The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, January 13, 1928 Page: 7 of 8
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TBI CALDWELL NEWS
Bread it the Proper Food for All of Ut
Mnde from the Golden Grain r f the World and wc
make it right, tasty and healthful. Bread feeds the
human race everywhere, and all manner of bread it
may be, but that which we make and sell you, is as
pure and wholesome as good bread can b¿ made.
The Caldwell Bakery
A. * M. COLLEGE HAS A CABO OF THANKS
' ROOSTER THAT IS WORTH SIM
—— We want to thank our many
College Station, Texas, Jan. 13.— friends for their kindness and their
The A. A M. College of Texas Poultry willingness to help us In our sorrow
Farm ha. just purchased a White f th* time oi the de«th of our
loved husband and father, and for the
Leghorn cockeret. valued at *250 00, beautjfu, flora, offering„
J. R. BERNDT
Near Santa Fe Depot.
We try to please you. Give us a
Upstairs, Bowers Build-
HOW TO TAKE PROPER CARE
OF VOI R SHOES WHEN WET
of Financial Condition oi the
First State Bank
State of Texas, at the close of busi-
ness on the 31st day of Dec., 1927,
published in the Caldwell News. s
newspaper printed and published h!
Caldwell. State of Texas, on the 13th
day of January. 192h.
Loans and discounts, un-
doubtedly good on personal
or collateral security $47,10M.10
Bonds, stocks and other se-
W *t shoes must be dried very care-
ifu!l>. When dried too fast and with-
i out cart' shoes shrink and become
' hard, tight, and out of shape. Street
¡ shoes should be oiled with castor oil
i after being wet. Apply the oil on a
I piece of cheesecloth lightly and even-
I ly and rub it in well. Straighten the
counter, heel, vamp, and toe, and stuff
' the shoes with crumpled paper to
| keep the shape and hasten drying.
Se' the shoes in a place that is not
too warm and let them dry slowly.
Never pu: them close to a hot stove
or radiator, and do not wear them un-
til they are thoroughly dry. Work
; shoes or oiled or greased with one
; of the special waterproof mixtures
1 recommended by Ihe United States
Department of Agriculture in Farm-
ers' Bulletin 1523-F.
which is one of the best bred-for-egg-
;jroduction cockcrels of his breed to be
obtained in the United States. His
dam Hid 317 eggs in the Texas Na-
tional Egg Laying Contest in 1926
while his sire's dam laid 302 eggs in
the 1USJ4 ccntcst. He is also a great
grandson of a 3'10 egg hen.
His wife and children
Mrs. Mary Lehde,
THE HAYWOOD SYSTEM
We repair all kinds of Tire Trouble, Rito Cuta, Blow-outs and
Relining Work. WE ARE ACROSS THE STREET IN
FRONT OF TIN SHOP. Will be ready Monday, Sept. 5th.
W. W. DEUTSCH, Prop.
Chas. Gramm, State Agent of the
Kamas City Life Insurance Company
of Kansas City, Missouri, with head-! "
This cockerel has been mated to I quarters in Portland, Oregon, was a' At the home of the bride's parents
the twelve best hens on the college 1 'J.ldwell v :u r Sunday, the guest six miles west of Caldwell, Rev. J. M.
farm. These hens have records of 240
pullets from the mating will be care-1
fully trap-nested in the hope of get-
ting some high record henn.
Mr. and Mis. J. F. Cobb.
Gordon performed the ceremony that
to 290 eggs for their first year. The | ^v;.mm h-.il ^een to Kansas Ci'y at-J united in marriage Miss Lamer Por-
nti.iiy;- an Insiua'iie Agent's C >n- ter and Mr. L. D. Harris of Galves-
rntion, and after its adjournment: ton. Texas.
.imp on (l-.v.T t( Caldwell to visit. Miss Porter is the youngest daugh-
a. <i some of his old friends j ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Porter and
•If I f* .-°ui;<iay oUernoon for his is very popular. Mr. Harris is a
Has arrr.twd a spur al d splay of th* new
type* of rubber good*. Hot water bottlw.
that du nut I>">1¡. cy.iiitfSS, rubber kIov
to save your hui.-l*. icf ban "specially da-,
stoned to fit the threat and head ... all
the convenience end mm fort that rubiwi
good* have brought into ti homo and stofcJ
Sec your drtu—r'at*
Spain, having suffered more from
forest destruction than any other I
country of Europe, has recently ap-1
pr printed $1'. .300,000 for a refores-
tation program to be carried out be-
fore the end of 11)36.
me in Portland.
Will Stokes of Galveston spent a
ay in Caldwell with his sister, Mrs.
L. H. Kilpatrick.
brakenmn on the Santa Fe Railroad
between Galveston and Bell vil le. j
Mr. and Mrs. Harris left immediate-
ly for Galveston, which place they (
intend to make their future home. | and Mrs. W. E. Simpson.
Mrs. J. L. Holt, after a holiday
visit has returned to her home in
Lubbock. She was accompanied as
far as Temple by her parents, Mr.
Real Estate (Banking
Furniture and Fixtures
Cash on hand
Due from Approved Re-
Interest in Depositors'
Acceptances and Bills of
Other Resources, (C. S.
Certificates of Ind.)
Certified Surplus Fund
Undivided profits, net
Individual Deposits subject
Other Liabilities: (Reserv-
ed for laxes)
Feed «ilage as soon as it is taken
2,350.00 from the silo, and do not feed it when
1,750.00 frozen. Feed dairy cows after milk-
.l.fiiU.36 j jn^ to prevent the milk from taking
up the flavor and odor. A low feed
truck that can be pushed in front of
274.76 mangers will help greatly in feed-
SHERIFF'S SAI. F,
2,635.08 THE STATE OF TEXAS.
County oi Burleson.
7.500.00 N'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thnt
Wy virtue of certain Order of Sale
£91,573.51 issued out of the Honorable Distirct
Court of Brazos Count}, on the 10th
tm nnn mi du\ of December. I'.i27, I>y the Clerk
f -.aid Court, for the sum of SEVEN
0,000.00 THOCSAND FOUR HUNDRED and
50«>.')ii SEVKNTY Dollars and coats of suit, i
K00.00 UI„¡(.,. a judgment in favor of Gui-!
- eppe i anta\empire in a certain cause
74,130.39 in said Court, No. 10,Ml I and styled
Gui&eppe Cantavespire \s. Frank Cat-
the best of our knowledge and belief
C. C. NELMS, President,
G. R. KOCUREK. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 7th day of Jan.. A. D. 1028.
(Seal) R- J- ALEXANDER.
Notary Public, Burleson County, Tex.
JOHN C. SE1BERT,
A. F. GRABOW.
JOHN GERDE8, Directors.
130.6Ü alano, placed in my hands for service,
1. Clint D. Lewis, as Sheriff of Burle-
To'jAI $91,573.51 on County, Texas, did, on the 11th
State «• Texas, County of Burleson, day of January 1928 levy on certain
Slate i>. *a , . , Heal Estate, situated in Burleson
We, C. C. Nelms. as I resi en , j Count}, Texas, described as follows:
G. R. Kocurek, as Cashier of said certain tract or parcel of
bank, each of us, do solemnly swear ■ |and. lyjnp iind being situated in the
that the above statement is true to James Hope llague in Burleson
■ ' * L County, Texas, and being Ninety-
Three and One-Half (93.5) acres of
land, more or less, said land being
fully described in u deed dated Sep-
tember, 27th, 1917, from (Juiseppe
Cantavespire and wife, to Frank Cat-
alano, said deed being duly recorded
in Vol. 5U, page 180 of the Deed Rec-
ords of Burleson County, Texas, and
reference is here made to said deed
and its said record for complete de-
scription of the said tract of land,
and levied upon as the property of
the said Frank Catalano. and that on
the first Tuesday in February 1928,
the same being the 7th day of said
month, at the Court House door, of
Burleson County, in the Town of
Caldwell, Texas, between the hours
of 10 A. M. and 4 P. M., by virtue of
said levy and said Order of Sale 1 will
sell said above described Real Estate
at public vendue, for cash, to the
highest bidder, as the property of
saiil Frank Catalano.
And in compliance with law, 1 give
his notice by publication, in the Eng-
lish language, once a week for three
consecutive weeks immediately pre-
ceding said day of sale, in The Cald-
well News and Burleson County Led-
ger, a newapnper published in Burle-
Witness my hand, this 11th day of
CLINT D. LEWIS. Sheriff,
Burlenon Count}, Texas
Came to hand on the 15th day of
December 1927. Executed on the 11
BASKET BALL TEAM BEING
WHIPPED INTO SHAPE
Twenty men have responded
Coach Rode's call for this season's
basket ball team. Daily practice has
been started in the old Methodist
ciVdrch, which is now being used as
ii community center.
The squad has shown much prom-
ise this early in the season, and it
lot ks as if a fast and hard fighting
team will be turned out. Godby, a
veteran, is hitting his old stride and
is finding the basket with ease. Bnin,
Houston, McDonald, Norville, Perdue,
Spacek, Gerdes and Holland (Scoot)
Porter are showing much promise.
Nothing Mko It on Earth ,
The now treatment for torn
flc.'-ji, cuts, wounds, foros oi lncor- | fjnv ()f Jmuiarv 192s, bv publication
Htionathilt such wondorful i i„ (|u. (aKlvvrll News vt Burleson
work in flesh healing in tho Boro-i County Ledger. Beginning January
zone liquid mid powder combina-
tion treatment. Tho liquid Boro-
zono is a powerful antiseptic that
purifies tho wound of all poisons
and infectious germs, while tho
Borozone powder is the fjreat
healer. There is nothing liko it on
earth for speed, nafc'ty and effi-
ciency. Price (liquid) 30c, 60c
and $1.20. Powder 30c and 60c.
13, 1928. Fee" $1.00.
CLINT I). LEWIS. Sheriff
Burleson County, Texas.
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Anti-friction hearings are employed
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at the steering knuckles but also
above and below the worm in the
steering gear to help provide easy
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Cromartie, C. E. The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, January 13, 1928, newspaper, January 13, 1928; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth174782/m1/7/: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.