The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, October 16, 1942 Page: 4 of 8
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THE CALDWELL NEWS
Friday, October 10, 1942
W&t CalbtoeU i&tosi
Ami TM BuHmob County Ledger
PUBLISHED BVBRY FRIDAY
• Bscoai CIm* Mail Matter at the Past Ofice at
Price—11.50 per year in county; $2.00 outside county
R. 8. BOWERS
G. A. SMITH .
GEORGE C. FALL
ÍTexas Press Association—South Texas Press Association-
National Editorial Association
30 yrs. satisfactory servicej
favratil Music House
Today's couplet: Girls who gush
and baby-prattle haven't brainB
enough to rattle.
Ignorance pauses more blisters
If men had no faith in one an-
other, we'd all have to live on our
From where I sit...
ly Joe Marsh
Advertising rate in this column la 2c per word for each insertion.
Minimum rate is 50c per week.
Forms dose on all advertising Wednesday noon.
FOR SALE—Cabbage plants, 30
cents per 100. Pears $1.00 per
bushel. Charlie Kovar. (10-ltí-ltp)
to me only yesterday. *
on the starter of my car.
turns over O. K. but she
11 look under the hood just as
know what's the matter. Tap
Vw things with a wrench. While
standin' there, wondering
kt to do next, a young soldier
some help?" he asks.
¡."Got her almost fixed," I says/
¡ still she wont start"
l "Looks like your carburetor's
he says. "Got a screw
[ That young soldier knew what
was doin' all right Went to
': just like a professional.
i "Shell be O.K. now," he says,
atenin' up and smilin'.
e e e •%
I Bay's face looked sort of famll-
daraed if that soldier
j Charlie Jenkins from
Vsed to be a round-
-one of those Jitter
you hear about Sayl You
llda't know him after six
Btha la the Army. Fifteen
pounds heavier—straight and tan
and real sure of himself. The
Army's done a lot for Charlie.
Made a man out of him—and I
guess that goes for lots of other
young fellows, too.
• • •
The other day I read how some
folks worry about the soldiers
havin' a glass of beer now and
then. Well, after seein' Charlie, I
don't think there's much cause for
people to fret
Just like Charlie says—HIf you
can trust us with guns aad ships
and tasks, I guess you can trust
us with a glass of beer once in a
while, If we happen to want one."
And I know the beer industry
is co-operating with the Army and
the law-enforcement officers to see
that beer is sold in good, clean,
NOTICE—During the week begin-
ning October 12, we will gin only
on the last four days, Wednesday
through Saturday, and thereafter
ginning days will be Thursday, Fri-
duy and Saturday until further
notified. We buy seed cotton every
day. Steve Krystinik and G. A.
From where I sit this country's
never seen a finer, cleaner, better-
behaved lot of men than the ones
In uniform today... Fm not worry-
in' about 'em!
WANTED—100,000 rats to kill
with Ray's Guaranteed Rat Kill-
er—harmless to other animals. 35c
and 50c. Surovik's Drug Store. (11-
Dr. N. B. McNutt
Located Over Canady's
Entrance: 107 W. 26th at Main
Bryan, Texas—Phone 2-1457
POSTED—Notice is herein given
to any and all trespassers on our
property, 228 acres at Hogg and
280 acres near the fish pond,
known as the McLean places, to
keep off our land or suffer the con-
sequences. McLean Brothers, Cald-
R. S. and Hays
50 of a Series
Copyright, 1942, Brewing Industry Foundation
COLECTION men wanted: Full or
part time work in home com-
munity. Commissions are gener-
ous. Continued assistance given.
Write H. T. Berry, care of this
NOTICE—We buy second hand
band instruments. Navratil Mu-
sic House, Brenham, Texas. (10-9-
FOR SALE — Broad-breasted,
bronze, baby beef turkeys for
breeding stock NOW $6.00 for
Toms, $4.00 for Hens. These prices
subject to advance after November
26; Toms $8.00, Hens $5.00. See
Henry Loehr Jr., Route 3, Caldwell.
Telephone 1610-F3. (10-16-2tsp)
FOR SALE—190Vo acres about 4
miles northeast of Chriesman,
completely enclosed with a four
wire fence. See B. J. Hanacik,
Caldwell, Texas, Route 3. (10-16-
ALTERNATES FOR GABARDINE
JACKETS OR EIE OVERALLS
> Up-te th siiswfe rfyftf
• Steei 36 #e 46
■lined back tr—dam of arm action. Brad
ft ** aad narrow waist próvida snag fit.
Lapals overlap for doubts protection. Cotton
flannel llnsd for extra warmtfc
• Am •xeelhnt wlnrfheotor
Stays ftsah aad crisp through countissa
dry elsanlngs or laaadsrtngs — because the
fabric Is Selan trsated. It mists wind, rain and
non-oily staining liquids. Elastic sido banda.
Our Prices On The Following Seasonable Merchandise
Will Make You Sit Up And Take NOTICE:
Waterproof RAINCOATS $7.20
Army Cots .$3.72 Skates $2.12 pair
Hunting Jackets $7.50
American Eagle Shot Gun Shells.. all gauges
Per box 82c to $1.22
ons for the Kiddies....
Swell Selection of Luggage
Tricycles from $2.97 Up Air Rifles $2.89
Honting Caps 77c Field and Steam Bags $2.45
Oil Heaters $7.10; $7.95; $9.45 and $12.60
AU. THESE BARGAIN PRICES TO BE FOUND AT
'Western Auto Associate
ADOLPH HAJOVSKY, Prop.
R. C. A. Victor
Electric and Battery Radios
Wire and Wiring Materials
as long as stock lasts.
F. J. SKRABANEK
Phone 250 or 220
FOR SALE—John Deere, model L,
one row tractor with tools. See
Earl Eweli, Chriesman. (10-16-
INTERESTING full or part time
work in home community as col-
lection representatives for nation-
al organization. Available to busi-
ness women. Training at expense of
company, and continued personal
supervisory assistance will assure
generous earnings. Write to H. T.
Berry, care of this paper, (ltp)
STRAYED—Red spotted sow, crip-
pled right hind leg, weighs about
126 lbs., to my house 4 weeks ago.
Owner may have same by paying
costs. John T. Sefcik, Rt. 3, Cald-
FRIDAY, October 16
Czech Talking Picture
7:30 and 9-15 P. M.
Admission 11c and 30c
SATURDAY. October 17
"South of Santa Fe"
-featuring ROY ROGERS
Also Stooge Comedy and
Matinee 1:30 p.m.; Night 7:15
Sunday and Monday, Oct. 18 and 19
With Marojorie Main, Zasu Pitts
and Aline MacMahon
Matinee 2:30 p.m.; night. 7:30
Admission 11c and 30c
TUESDAY, October 20, Only
"Tough As They
Featuring the Dead End Kids . . .
Those Little Tough Guys.
BARGAIN SHOW ... 11c and 20c
Wednesday-Thursday, Oct. 21-22
Erro! Flynn and Ronald Reagan
A Picture You Must See!
COMING November 1 and 2
Miss Carrie Geraiaa, who haa
been in King's Daughters Hospital
for the past month, was removed to
the home of her sister, Mrs. Lois
Giesenschlag at Snook, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bates, Mrs.
J. W. Porter, John Phegley and
W. E. German visited Mrs. Denman
in Hearne Tuesday. Mrs. Denman,
who is Mrs. Bates' mother, has
been ill for some time.
Milton Broadwell and Clint Ned
balek of the U. S. Coast Guard,
now stationed at New Orleans,
spent the past week with their
parents and friends.
Mrs. Charlie Slovak and daught-
er, Marie, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Holubec in Austin last week-end.
Mrs. Vince Maresh returned home
Mrs. Wm. Weichert and son,
Garland, were visitors in Bellville
a few days this week.
Iter H'AII HOMIM AMI *T4MS'K
NOTICE TO DEBTORS
The State of Texas,
County of Burleson.
TO THOSE INDEBTED TO OR
HOLDING CLAIMS AGAINST
THE ESTATE OF MISS FANNIE
L. STONE, DECEASED:
The undersigned huving been du-
ly appointed administrator of the
estate of Miss P'annie L. Stone, de-
ceased, late of Burleson County,
Texas, by Hays Bowers, Judge of
the County Court of said County
on the 21st day of September, 1942,
hereby notifies all persons indebted
to said est*, e to come forward and
make settlement, and those having
claims against said estate to pre-
sent them to him within the time
prescribed by law at his residence
Williamson County, Texas, George-
town, Texas, where he receives his
mail, or to R. S. Bowers, his attor-
ney, at Caldwell, Texas, this the
25th day of Sept. 1942.
R. J. STONE. Administrator
Estate of Miss Fannie L. Stone,
Deceased. . (10-2-4tsc)
R§m mb§r Bataon
A Dime Out of
Every Dollar in
U.S. War Bonds
RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
APPLES... dozen 18c
Sweet Potatoes.. 10 pounds 28c
Peaches, Alliance«. No. 1 can 14c
Argo STARCH.. 3-lb. box 22c
Mixed Vegetables, Phillips...
No. 2 can 10c
CABBAGE... 1 pound 3%c
Post Toasties, 11-oz. box, 2 for... 18c
Paper Napkins... package 09c
Flour, Purasnow, 48-lb. sack ■■ $1.89
Popped Cereal.. 8-oz. pkg 09c
SALT... 25c sack 29c
lipton Soup Mix... pkg. 09c
LYE, Giant... 3 cans for 25c
Kotex... package 22c
Rice... 25c package 21c
A Brand New-
studio models of gen-
erous proportions, that
open up to full sice
double bed. Smart
durable coverings that
look dollars more ex-
pensive than the price
you pay because we
made an unusual buy
and can offer these
handsome, well made
studio couches at an
Beautiful Bed Room Suites
• NEWEST STYLES AND DESIGNS
Dining Room Suites
• LATEST IN E1NE FURNITURE
Living Room Suites
• MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT
See the Luxurious Beauty of These Stunning Modern
Suites ... Then Buy Them for Your Home at the Extra-
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Each Piece Is Beautifully Styled To Make a Decorator's
Mouth Water. See These arid Other Sets of Distinction
At Exceptional "BUY NOW" Prices.
Complete Line of House Furnishings
Table Lamps Floor Lamps
Pull-Up Chairs Stoves and Stove Pipes
A Few Special FELT BASE RUGS.... at $3.98
Harvey-Schiller Furniture Co.
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Smith, G. A. The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, October 16, 1942, newspaper, October 16, 1942; Caldwell, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth175524/m1/4/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.