The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, August 15, 1930 Page: 3 of 8
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Mr*. Will Bain it the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Jones this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ellis motored
over to GiddingH Tuesday
Or. R. B. Little of Tunis was in the
city on business Tuesday.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Marks, Monday.
Miss Prances Williams is visiting
friends in Waco this week.
Dr. W. W. Latham was called to
Crockett Sunday on a professional
Mr. and Mr . Clint Lewis visited
Mr. and Mrs. Cummings at Merle
Miss Minnie Bizzell of Dallas is the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Minnie
Mr. W. T. Backloupe of Somervilk
was u Caldwell visitor on business
Blue Bonnets Meet
With Mrs. H. P. Cobb
By E E. CARR1NGTON
Our congregations have boon hold
ing up remarkably well during the,
hot weather. I
We are making a special plea for,
the services at our church next Sun-1
day evening at eight o'clock. Our text ¡
will be "No drunkard shall enter the
Kingdom of Heaven." We are going,
to give you a brief picture of the i
deatructiveness of liquor, and what I
will be the doom of those who drink 1
it and vote for it.
Many people are sound asleep on .
this subject and are never awakened'
until their sons and daughters are
If you, a friend of homes, morals,
virtue and decency, and are not
afraid to hear the truth, come and be
with us. Special music for the occas-
ion. Come also for the morning er-
WEALTHY IN FOSSILS
Miss Katherine Ellis had as her
guest last week, Mrs. Sam Brewer of
Mrs. E. E. Ellis of Houston was
the week-end guest of Mr. and Mre.
Ed Ellis and family.
Mr. and Mrs. ('. A. Plazek of
Bryan visited their parents, Mr. and
Mrs John St. Wrba, Sunday.
Mrs. S. (J. Ragsdale returned last
week from Dallas and Paris, where
she visited several days.
Mrs. J. A. Conner and children of
Paris are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. (I. Kajr^clalc, this week.
Rev. W () Wright returned Mon-
day from Lexington where he has
just completed a very successful re-
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Plemper and
children of Saratoga were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. ("lint D. Lewis this
Mcsdames Bob and Elliott Stone
and Miss Mary l*ouise Stone visited
Mrs. Mary Lee during her illness the
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Burns of
Lampasas spent the week end with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
FORT WORTH, Texas, Aug. 14
(UP).—Northern Texas is one of the
best places in the United States to
study geological structures, accord-
ing to Dr. J. J. Calloway, professor
of paleontology at Columbia Uni-
versity, who visited the geology de-
partment of Texas Christian Uni-
"Some of the largest and best speci-
mens of fossils in the country are to
be found near T. C. U„" he said.
"They compare favorably with those
to l e found in Europe. In New York
we have to go more than 100 miles
before we can find any fossils at all.
Here you can pick them up out of
your back yard."
TEXAS AIR MAIL OLD
Miss Natalie Wolman spent the
past week in Brenham visiting her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. R. O.
Mrs. Lee Henry of Port Arthur
with her slx children were guests of
her brother, Rev. W. K. Hassler, at
the Methodist parsonage.
Mrs. W. M Horner of Smithville
and Miss Audrey Price of Robs town
are guests of Miss Rebecca Price this
Mrs. Robinson, nurse at the
Latham Hospital ts visiting in
Crockett and other places in East
Mrs. B. O. McLean, Jr. and Mr.
Jennings M( l<ean left Tuesday morn-
ing to visit Mr. anil Mrs. Will Hundley
at Winter Haven.
Mrs. J. W. Brightman and daugh-
ter, France.". of Crockett, spent the
week-end the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
W W. Latham.
Miss Dorothy Oliver, who has been
visiting Mrs. J. Womble and other
relatives returned to her home in
Dallas this week.
Mr and Mrs. Moore left this week
by way of auto to visit relatives in
Nashville, Tennessee. Mrs. Allen
Bowers and daughter, Sara Elizabeth,
accompanied them to Trenton, Tenn-
essee, where they will visit relatives.
TEXAN GETS D. S. C.
COVE. Texas, Aug. 14 (UP). Post-
humous award of the Distinguished
Service Cross to George T. Dugat of
Cove "for extraordinary heroism in
action near Epinonville, France, Sept-
ember ¡¿H, 1018," by the war depart
ment has been announced here.
The D. S. C. citation relates: Cor-
poral Dugat, in company with two
other soldiers, while advancing well
in front of the company as scouts,
encountered eight enemy machine
guns and four snippers, which by
brave action and good'judgment were
put out of artion and the enemy killed
Corporal Dugat was killed October
I, li)lH, while on duty with hid com-
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Aug. 14
(UP). Air mail isn't such a new
innovation in Texas after all, a scru-
tiny of postoffice records here re-
Texas' first route was authorized
in 1016. and a woman was designated
as pilot a woman bearing the name
today enscrolled in aviation history.
The first scheduled flight—from
San Antonio to Seguin—failed to
materialize because of high wind in-
terference, doesn't detract from the
credit of Miss Marjorie Stinson, who
was duly sworn in as pilot and
She is a member of the famous fly-
ing family of Stinsons.
MULES RILE COURT
LONGVIEW, Texas, Aug. 14 (UP.
-Several lawyers were threatened
with a possible stay in jail during a
trial for title and possession of two
mules here Friday.
Evidence tended to show that J.
A. Richardson of llallsville lost two
mules in January. 1029. The animals
were taken up by Roy Whitehurst and
and kept until several weeks ago.
Richardson sued for title and possess
ion. Judge W. R. Hughes entered
judgment for $82 in favor of White
hurst and returned the animals to
Richardson. Arguments, fast and fu
rious, started and were ended with
the court's threat to send some of the
attorneys to jai.l
Mrs. H. P. Cobb entertained the
Blue Bonnet Club and several other
friends in a very pleasing manner
Thursday afternoon. The red and
yellow zinnias which are so symbolic
of summer were used very profusely.
Three tables for "forty-two" were
arranged where the cooling breeze of
electric fans made each guest forget
the excessive heat on the outside.
Delicious refreshments which con-
sisted of a salad and an ice course,
were served upon very attractive
The invited guests were Mesdames
H. D. Cherry, Guy Douglass, H. H.
Womble, J. W. Gray and Miss Jessie
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Terry left Mon-
day to visit their daughter, Mrs.
Clyde Agee, of La Porte. They will
also visit relatives in Houston and
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roland and
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Janett visited
friends near Temple Sunday.
Mr. Raymond Ellis of Caldwell is
visiting friends here this week.
Mrs. Fred Sherrell and little son,
Ernest Alfred, of San Antonio are
visiting in Hix at this writing.
A number of families enjoyed a
picnic down on the river at the
pleasant Lane Crest camp last Wed-
Mrs. Rudolph Bowling of Gause
and Miss Ethel Thorpe of Temple
were guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Thorpe, last week.
Mrs. Lillie Phegley and children of
Temple were guests of the W. E.
German family this week-end.
M iss Edith Porter, who has lieen
viriting in San Angelo, returned Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Porter attended
church at Black Jack Sunday.
Send the Caldwell News to a friend.
Hearty Praise of
MR. H. H. HBPPART LATEST TO
BENEFIT FROM PREPARATION;
NO LONGER SUFFERING FROM
INDIGESTION AND GAS.
NEED COTTON PICKERS
BISHOP, Texas. Aug. 14 (UP).—
Several thousand cotton pickers will
be needed in the next ten days to be
gin gathering the fall cotton crop in
earnest, reports from farmers in this
section reveal. In the first week of
August, toil bnles of cotton were gin-
ned here, and the output is expected
to gain sieadily until past the middle
of this month.
Although cotton deteriorated some
from the early drouth, poison was
used advantageously this year to stop
the ravages of insects and farmers
expect a larger cotton yield than last
LOAD lil'NS FOR (íAME
AUSTIN. Texas, Aug. II (UP).—
Open season on whitewings began
August 8, and will extend to Octolier
31, the state game, fish and oyster
commission has announced.
Bag limit is 15 per day and 45 in
a single week.
Deputy commissioners throughout
the state have In'en instructed to
rigidly enforce the law requiring
hunting licenses during the remainder
of this year.
Send thr Caldwell News to a friend.
O. D. H. S. HALL
SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1930
Each day brings fresh statements
from Austin citizens praising Argo-
tane. This wonderful laboratory pre-
paration has demonstrated, by its
lasting and Iteneficial results, that it
i¡f not u (latent or secret remedy con-
taining alcohol or other false stimu-
lating drugs. On the contrary* it is
a scientific preparation that has re-
ceived the endorsement of the medical
profession everywhere, and the won-
derful relief it is bringing to stomach
sufferers more than justifies this
endorsement. Mr. H. H. Heppart of
Rural Route 4, Austin, one of the
latest of local citizens to testify to
benefits received says:
"Argotane has relieved me of two
years of stomach trouble and indi-
gestion. Almost everything I ate
seemed to sour on my stomach, and
for hours after meals, I would suffer
from gas pains. A hard lump formed
in the pit of my stomach and I suffer-
ed terrible with sharp pains and
cramps. I was very bilious and had
dizzy deadaches frequently. All this
made me nervous and unable to sleep
well at night.
^ "Convinced by the many recom-
menations that there must be some
merit in Argotane, I started taking
it myself, and since then I have im-
proved wonderfully. I feel much bet-
ter in every way and can eat and do
almost anything without suffering
from indigestion pains and gas. I'm
not nervous now, and I sleep better
"I believe Argotane is the best
medicine a man can take for such
trouble- as those from which I suf-
Genuine Argotane may be bought in
Caldwell at the Stone & Hitchcock
Drug Store, (adv.)
Caldwell, Texas, August If, 1930
Published in the inter-
est* of the people of
Caldwell and commun-
T. H. BREWER. Editor
This department is
still wondering where
the expression, "Cool
as a cucumber," origi-
nated. Where did any-
one ever get the idea
that a cucumber is
Do You Own Your
Home? If Not
See uh if you want to
build. We have an idea
that you would be
pleased with our build-
ing material if you
would give it a trial.
Come in and look at
our material. You will
like it. Just sold Mr.
Ed Coufal a nice barn
Will have a nice car
of Composition shingles
in a few days. Let us
make you a price. Can
put them on over the
old wood shingles.
Some new colors. Will
make you a price put
on so you will know the
cost before you do the
Letter Prom a Friend
"My wife is vacation-
ing at the seashore. She
wrote me that she
needed more clothes
but I didn't agree with
her until she sent me
a snapshot of herself
on the beaeh."
Now is the time to
buy your barbed wire.
You will want to fence
your grass field off so
you can get the stock
fat before winter. Get
our price before you
Our candidate for the
Cyanide Club is the
gink who invented con-
crete stadiums with no
knotholes for the kids
to peak through.
We would like to
close out our garden
and hog fence. Making
close prices on all of
this. Overstocked. We
need the money.
Stop to get all the
details, even when a
man calls you an
Local minister says:
"To some men golf is
a pleasre; to others, an
excuBe for not going to
While you ar«|
gathering detail* ,
sure to find oat
about the material a
prices we have on
of our goodB. The cot-|
ton crop is short
the price is short. Iij
you want your money]
to go a long ways in]
buving come figuf«|
If your wagon
repair or a new box]
frame, anything y on
want fixed, bring it to I
our shop and get ill
done. You don't have I
to wait long for the]
job to be done. See]
John. Fitsgerald or J.|
Safe and Sound
Stop and let the train]
It hardly takes a|
Your car starts off a-1
And better still-
you're in it.
Did you see the new I
garage we had built for |
Mrs. Minnie Oliver. J.|
J. Haddox did the work.
Mutual Lumber Co.
Quality and Service
Phone No. 40
Caldwell, - Texas 1
Mr. Joe Kubica of Baytown visited
friends here this past week.
Miss Ethel Henslee has returned
from San Antonio, where she has
been visiting for some time.
THE BEST THERE IS!
It is our policy to try to tfive our patrons
We have just put in a full line of the
First Aid in Emergencies
STONE & HITCHCOCK
Drugs and Jewelry
Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In
SO minutes, checks a ('old the first
day, and checks Malaria in three days.
666 also in Tablets
Kill this pest - it spreads disease
Roadies Bed bugs Ants Moths
When you want to save money you don't have to go tj a Bank.
Come here and buy your hardware
Everything for harvesting—Hay Ties, Mowers, Rakes, Pitch Forks,
etc. Repair parts for all make machinery on short notice.
J. F. POLANSKY
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Cromartie, C. E. The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, August 15, 1930, newspaper, August 15, 1930; Caldwell, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth174912/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.