Breckenridge Weekly Democrat (Breckenridge, Tex), No. 46, Ed. 1, Friday, June 25, 1926

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TWENTY-SEVKN YEARS
GIRLS OinilCH SCHOOL Bi'I)
HAM- iNVRROW ESCAPE FROM
SERI01S1IRYIIILI-:0NTRN;
H'rom Mon.lsi Dalit Xin' Mr..n i
(Jirl memln-n of the llijrh
School Hand their rluierom-.
mill Cnrti. Hancock nctinjr ec-
rotary of the llrpckc?nridi-Chair-Iyer
of Commerce narrow
ly escaped awioua injuriea almul
noon yealerdav. when the Kaif
owl lu eimniie to Amaritlo
croiwod n brldgo to wifely by
inchea after the bridle about
eijrni miiea inn mue oi nnnon.
hml given way due to the
weight of the Imn am the Iteaw
mini which had weakened it
aupnort.
No onr xxa rerlnuaty hurl al-
though a few of the memh-r r
potted slight brulea ami a gi"l
bflklng Ui. Il Wan rrl1
The prvaencp i mind of the dm
pr "IIUhmI" lamb w ld
lhoe pfearni. to harp saved l
paaeeHgera more oeMon. injure II"
was praised In the i )' bandit d
the far. when the bridge began nx.
IHg Vjr.
A'lrr i NiPM-acp w rprirpl
IH lOMl olflr of tli. I.n. .-.Ur
Htata Mar ptprdajri lh attn ut
iho Mhw Juaaa to 'tak th hipiii
rt o( th baad oa to Hr)lrr.
Itoat whr thrjr Jovrnrv-4 to A ma
ritln via railroad. ar"filln t in
larmatloa rwrchpd ln-rr ihi morn
IRK A pprtn wa rprl.l dur
laa Ibf Mornlna announrini th.ir
aft arrival in fh ri'nrnn"n ii
Olhcr IIum friil.
Thr hua wan nrk.ii i. i..m
IrMlntrarjr rral(. I.lii n J . . k- it
dm abaft btoa.n "'" tt.i
Mr tttokPN ala
Tllr two rf liuu . Mitt out I"
aW. HiAdt. a dptour armnd ih
brohfa Wrldar and fntlaupl Hip
)arf without fnhr mlabab
.
AMAniLU). Jum 81. Tra.-
l.roaliHa h- l-apt and future
w otIM at lh opPUaa aoa
lto el tha Wr Traa fhambrr of
CoitiiMie rrBio twlar by Mr.
lliHma Malwta. aewtarr of aUt.
nnr rnruHieii
A brtrk aerther k-P. 4w taa;
lv ....la- .. .nuJ...M ..i.
.. . .'.- t.ii
Mt.i tiaaiaiaa ataaaa iiraiiiiiaain iiiitai
....i... . tw.. J..I.I.. .KP-'hr
ila)a of mrgtnt aeilrlty tho con
vaHlloa ltu grown to rnaan.
Ilal.lr tb addraaa ut Mr. .Up
UatK. lrlnclnal Ktrvnia or I he morn-
Ing Malon wvr Hip annual addrMi
nf J'rraldant It. Q v of flaro. th
rHr( of Matiavpr I'tirtrr A. Whair
tit Hiawford. aiidroaa of promp bv
Con-tt.Minan Jum-o of Atnarlllo and
snvilinat fronf i ! Kat Tpa iham
bar of t'omntHrrt tl.livrrd by K A
llluiini of NaroRdophpa
When the llreekeiM ide IliKlt
School Utnd returiiit fititn the
Amnrlllo convention of the Weat
Texan Chamber of Commerce a i
now Imiul stand will lw i-eaUy
for their tine according to plana
mndu tlil morning at city hall.
Tbo HnMlir xl b arnrtad oa
Hie lot t uf Uy hall will b ol
nilfkloHt alia to aroajiodala th
mi t re hand and ahould ba eowajat
r-il lMfor tba rat urn of lap wvala
Uh from ike roavrntlon Commln-
atmior J W ItaNpn ImImtm
Weekly poapit arv arhpdulod
dutiHK Iba MMWr.
... . .
Dozen New Wells
Will Be Drilled
In Shackelford
Noilr' nf intention to drill a
doipn ripw hpIU In sliarUrforleoun
iy iiil (in. m w wpII m Throrkmor-
tori Poiinty hax .- rriv nUy bpn fllttit
with V J 'anlin. dppulv oil and
ttaa iitporvlaor for thr Itallrond f'otn-
HllpMlnii of T-ia.
I.ocniluna mail by noar A 'vn
(llclon Pflmprlip th mnlorll) nf il
lUOjofleil naw tletplnini nt
TtiU rnncorn will .uill ntna addl
tjnnal wi'lla on thy W I coV- laaiw
K. T. II. auney. aw Hon hi. 15 fl
un.l CO.
P. 0. Hoc): will drill on tin- V
D. HoynoIiU laap. T A l' urp
MHStlnn 17. Iiliwlc 1?. Sharkplforil
roimly.
Tho Millmm Corpornllnn of San
Antonio will drill on thr '. W
Cnaey lupno T. U. & h. aurvey
Slincklfnri county.
. . Komlrlck will drill liln wll
N'o. 0 on tlio Illarli Ilron. lino. T.
IJ. & I. survey section SDO Sharl:-
olfnnl county.
Tho Hod Ilnnk Oil Company will
drill on tho W. S. nn A. A. Ilonnoll
leaae T. R. t It. aiirvey block 2503
TliroclCRjorton county
OLD.
Driver Crushed
As Car Upsets
KrrovcM'insr Here
(from Monday' Dally)
Hanoi ftattrher 35 l In
h
lrrrll.Mt. uw'ttium from injur
It . received Hi! morning between
f .ur ariil o'clock a hint 0 mile
oetli if town when the far ti
hlrh hr driving overturned
l-iiinlni lit Hi nnd. rnath. rruVilM.
t . I . eht m uiHlonien
AHhou.'. .lufnlit Inn ami
i.nn..4. i.i. r .n.inii.r. reported
lo he ro rmu
-.itiili- . on i. rt frt-t..
ltan. r to a mml rump near M
i.im If. . ti from unl r
ih- car NiMi.it . . tn
br--n hi in town ). n ..irlr.f par
. ! In hml b-n undct the eir
for ultillt two finer hut ihe rinrt
iim i not knon.
A r..i t r man with Mm Mit
' ' Ti." rau' of thr wrrrk
" iitiibtitPtl to dfrrilt tprlni.
". M.tnrhpf who mII Dial li
could not turn Ihi rar.
nmial Hoporl
C Ttfiinly Schools
In i'l'cpnt'atioi)
Vl "'"" "'""lii tiin pI..
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"" "' M" ' ' " -"ti p.miii
' ' i -n.t. nd.at tbni i t-tlf r of
fi'-l an '"' "tir "' "
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two hupl mron In tin pmirt
"' J""" Th. ar.
-".uactj In t.ntlni ut. .ni..il f.
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Thla will a .-ni i .
'B"m1M iMPer. It Inrlud.. Ir
h '" --
awiwber abaant from arhnnl ami Ihc
Mf'wf jof "
" " " -""H!- aa
atary of nil flnaarlal Iranaaelloar
the afwal arhoola
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Anothr hlr
Itrm In th r port I lbt hantlllna
of vl hnoha. fbla .bowlnc I lir num
lr ff book allnwrd rarh hool
tbOM. In Ih. banda of rerh ruato-
dlan and lbna n thp hand of thp
atiMrlntpiidpnt
Thp laill' . iPtt to ntii t- id.
n Miri thl k prbaNi h U'.it
li.mliv oimI It will iit'n Ih r.-mli
In I r h ttaii. it to tin offirt "I Ho
-luii' Mil .. r I n t nt-tit if Kdurniiun
at iitln.
lMin JitTOVPI'in
I'Yom llnlohcl Cut
TIiii I In feels Rand
J M Olpna. of Midway la rarov
flag In tha Rraahanrtdga Haallar-
Inaa. froaa lafaetloa rraaltiM froaj
a katehat eat nel?ad laat Priday
aflpraooa. arrna Jbr thumb af bla
laf. band.
Olana wa werblng on a tan-akin
marhlnp. It waa aald. whan ha
rot bltn-wlf Although lha ui waa
thounht to br only of minor eon-
Mttiiforr it aaf him tmubh'. Ho
a lakrn lit th ho.pttul )'ilr-
day afternoon aft- r tho Infert'on
bteaair worae.
Analp (.l.'nn. wir and child nf
Wlntpra. arripd In Itrpckpnrldi!
;t night to Unit wMh J. M (llann.
full.) r of Anrl.
VOTK NEEDRI) TO
VALID TE BONDS
FEIWillSON SAYS
AI'HTI.V Juiip 21 tP) Tpx rond
ltniil ran Ih- tnlldaltd only h) olp
of pfoplr In dUt.lt'lk liuolM'o. Jan
V.. IVrmiaon ilarp( In ro lodiiy.
"What I want and what tin gov-
ernor wanta" F rminon crtMl "la
In uaaa n law referring the quotlon
of validating thaae boucU baok lo
thr peojili. nil If thpy thon vote lo
mIImI ilirai- bomla thon lha oh
Jertlnn rulat'd by tho aiiiri-nir court
of tii I nltpd Htutca 111 liavo liren
uwi and Hip cra-tllt nf tho aip will
ha been rontorpd."
Validity nf nn huntlri'd lullliun
ilnllnra In roml homU wim Jeopardiz-
ed by iloclafon of Hip auproino court
In llio Arrlior county csiiie.
Tho Wowt Toxnn Clinmbor or Coin
innrco convoutloii wont on record
iih fnvnrltiK nu Immcdlato Hpocliil
aokilou nf Iho Tomih loKlnlnturo o
vnlldnto road district bonds.
HKECKENKHXiE STEPHENS
Stephens Coimtv j
Jury Finds Law
Conditions Good1
"Our lnrpatlgatlnn rovr.il tint tbi
pcrdlilon of our coiim with rt:iiiil
to law ln)atlona la rnrnll i il
T'iI ipnU'nrp pnttcliidpil tbf r
jwiii of lbt Mp-Jiii Kiani' m
In lt rppnrt to Juili. f () Ilatn-
tin of Hip auth JmllPi.it Ul.lrlrt
Mf pbtna ptiiinn
"ffp ha'P brt-n In pnlon flabt
dni." thp jury r-iHirtfil "harp .-
oti'ln'd apprklmatt too wlinp-
. hr rrturnnd 2 4 lndrt.tnt
3. fplonlfn and onp mUdnnt mm
"Wr Imvp bad tho rourt'i'U
ftprratlon of thp ration ntfiii.it-
of fhi poutiiv and pltr for uluih
wp dplr.. ti p-prraa our hpatt n.
praelatlon.
"Our llivpifntlna hrm- Itppn of.Thtff fmi. u . l.i. mrh
a rpneral naturp Into all otnllnn! 1.1..1.. n w.k i..m.w.i t... . ...r
of Hip law in connection with umi
lli-nor . rharirp on ihp da ' wiii.ii tli. nun .. n 1-ni.. n re
iniit.iii. it u. M r oavp iitunii imi
tiniatinn nf no particular law pi
don.ltnitlnK In any large exipni mcr
Hint of any other law. Ihp nmln
Violallona nf lha law h-ln thone
relating lo forgery nwlnillliig. ihefi
and tlolatlona of the llniior law
tur InvoatlKnllom- rereal 11ml the
rondltlon of onr oeunly with regard
to law violation la generally good
"Having completed our dull for
this term we reppeci fully reiipni
t I'd I we be finally dlaohnrRpd
K. I.. ni.all of llrekpnrlde
Kortnmn of flrand Jury
W J II limle.. Clerk
f-tbtr tmnilN-r wre V II llul
rv tmiilii. V. I' Melion. Caddo:
' I.' l!l.!:ii...fl iKtillbWerl putt of
i-i.it. II It IViwnlnv Nerpny:
i: I. r.'imr llrrekt ntldge: J II
liH tirtpkenrldKe; II. W. White.
Iii.rw. nridtp. I W. I'lur. Ilraek-
tnrldge; Hen Whllealda llreekeu-
rlilgi : W. J. IIode. Ilrppkenrldtfe;
II T Watera. Ilreekenrldge.
lull f. wera: J M. Mood. W. 15
1'i-eter.
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Kiiuiiiy llciminu
I3rinr.s Much Joy
To All Jrcscnt
A happy local occnalun. not pre
rloiuly announced took V H'"'
day at the homa of Will Hllgnr near
the Klptr atora In Rut llteeken
ridce. when hla braihara and ala
ler and thilr ageil mother met In
fnmlly irunlon. Thla waa plan mil
Mni week ago and In eonatiiuuia
tlon of the bli.lul anticipation of
the children and their children were
fully r allied Xunduy when the en-
tire party joined In a bouuteoua
leaat apread on an Improvised table
In a gtove near Will Hllenr'a home
Tha gathering waa m ciiinuiemo
rale the golden wedding anulerar
of Ur. J. K. Mllgar dcceaaetl. and
bla aurvlvlng widow knoH'n to alt
aa "UraadutA" Mllgar. The couple
ware married In the year 1S7C in
Iloattue county and Dr. Hllgnr died
thre yean ago near Jnckaonvllle ai
the age of TS. Hovon aflim nnd two
daughteta. with their mother mir-
vIvh ami two oliltdrtn nru dead.
Tkoae were tbi eldat ir. McDon-
ald who redded at Lubbock and n
ton nnmad Adam.
There were St grand children nud
ona Brt-irnndchlli praaent nt tho
reunion which brought together
children from varloiia aeetlona of
iho atato. Some arrival I'rlday.
othera Maturday nnd IIiom from Dul-
Ins and Tort Worth cntne In Sun-
day morning In time to enjoy the
rHpat nnd get In the various group
phoioa that were taken of lha gath-
ering. The dinner honoring their mother
un the happy Incident waa prepared
by tho daughter and daughtora-ln-Ihw
but no attempt will be made
to decril I he menu In detail fur-
ther than t aay It waa prepared In
the beat of culinary skill and con-
tained aa good aa the local marketa
can supply with tho addltlnu of
iiumeroua vlanda provided by the
rood women who prepared the din-
ner. tn addition to Will flllgar and
family other amis nnd daughters In
attendance were:
James Sllgnr of Fort Worth; Oua
Hllgnr of Dnllna; Carroll Kllgnr of
Falls City; Mre. Oenrge H. Mooro.
of I.ubhook; Deorso nnd Jacob SIIk-
nr of J.uhbool;; Irn Sllcar of Fort
Worth and Mrn.x Albort ithodos nf
Cooper. In this onumoratlnn tho
soua and duuehtern am llstad no-
cording to oko. Tho ontlro com-
pany nrnountod to about CO nil
rolatlvoa nnd davcndnniB of tho
lionoreo. It ulinnld ho mcntlonod
that nrnndmn SIlKar makofl hor
homo mot with Mra. Mooro hor
dauf-httir roaldlui; at I.uhbnclc.
Dallas Dnllna Power am) Light
Company to erect $DG0000 addition
to plant
Weekly Democrat
COUNTY TEXAS KKIllAY
Tornado
mut.i bit 1' nrlmln. Ii Mioip in
lilentlill ntnlon of Hi town below
la the wr.-ik of n motor cr thai
n raninl twral tnrda from
win re It wni p.irked and drnpiied
liotlom aide up.
- .
Exaininnliou For
Posh 11 us Ut A I
Ivan Announced
The I'nlled Ktn'e. rivll flervlre
ronimlon ha ImiipiI notice of nn
exnllnatloe for the poaltlon of port-
maater al li.in.
The notice alalea that Hip p.iiii-
Innllon will he held at Itreekenrldtfe.
the date in he announced later cm
the card sent to the applicant.
The office la a fourth elaa post of-
fice and the compensation for Hie
lf year waa tl.Ofin. the bulletin
fated. Application tntiat be f!lr(
on or before July 7. Iftltl.
AppllcanU muat be iwenly-rne
year of age on or before the tlat
of he examination. They muat re-
aldo In the territory aupplled by I he
(tost nfflee for which the oxgmlna-
Unn hi announced.
The oaatRliMiIdn la open lo all
Olilwme of tba 'United atatca who
can comply with tho requiremenls.
ApWIratlou blank.. I'orm I "83.
nd full lutprinatlon foncrnln the
Mjulrtinentii of the exatnlnailon ran
lie recuretl from the poriniartir at
the place of vafnucy or from lh
Pulled States Civil Hervle. Comtnla-
ali n. Waalilnrtnn. D. C.
Ap I lent I onr muat lie proiMtly
ccniid a ii on file with the Com-
iil.oii nt WimliloBion. 1) ( . prior
n the I'oiir of clonlni; buinea on
(lie oil.- iecfl-d.
.
iVIolhei' Identifies
Woman In Hospital
As Lost ftvanjjelist
POrOLAS. Am.. June 2.
Punitive identification of it wo-
man in u hospltnl hore iu Aimoo
McPhorson Lus Anyoles ovnng-
dllgl. who wns rojiortod drown-
ed thoro Nay IS wna miuie over
tho tolopliono by hor mother
Mih. .Minnie Kennedy today.
The i vniigellst'a mother made
Identification In conversation which
waa esinbliahsd through long white
scar on second finger nf woman's
hand also by her giving name nf
pel pigeon.
The former evniiKfllHt told a
tnry of abduction from Ocean Park
Pal. a trip ncroa the border to
JleOco how she escaped yesterday
and ran until he fell exhausted.
er abduflnr. three men and
two women told her they were
bnldltiK her for rnuom. She aald
bey tortured her by burning her
Hngera. when be refilled to nu
wer questions.
DOPHLAK. Ariz. June 21. W
PiMltlve Identification or the woman
brought to n hospital here yester
day from Agun Prlelu as Aimeo Mc
pherson. Los Angele evangelist
inlsalni: since May IS. wan mndo m
day by Mrs. Mlnnlu Kennedy her
mother.
Mm. Kennedy upon hor arrival
from Itos Angeles went Immediate-
ly to tho hospital where she greeted
hor dnughter.
WASHINGTON. June 21. m -
fiumto dohnto on the McNnry form
bill prnpnsliiR nn equalization fee
to stiiblllvo prlcoa nenred Its cnncltt-
alnn today with both aide clnlmlnK
ndvantaco ant! both conceding that
tho vofo would ho clnso Pinal roll
call was opocto bofnro adjourn-
ment tonlRlit.
4
Port Arthur Exports from Hahlne
dUtrlet dttrliiK April tnmlo ?8.:i79.-701
"HMIHViiAaMivi
fF .SA?3fctBI
Jt'YE 2 192(5.
Hiekmairs Name
Fo Head Ticket.
p
Davenport Next
The name of J. K. Hickman of
i I'lien county candidate for aa
i uilr 111 tic.. Court of ril Ap
.mla l.. i.nth fMatricl. IMbpp No
2. w'li iiMid tln detiionntlc primary
lick'' ''Mi linllntliik. b'Liiu on
Ji.h J I
'' I. Iinenpeii of Riiitl.tnd
c nn .ml T It ItliK. II nf Sttph"na
ri nut HI roint r l in the order
ri.ui I
I'. I.(ille of Howard fount v.
ci't.dldlle f'lf nrirlitli- lalce f'ouri
' f ll Vp'fnl. r.li 'fit !i lll'trlri
I I.ipc So I. Will ie.i the llflet II
ilnt r.ir. over Ji o It l.lttltr of
I .mtlnnd pounty
Tbl I In accordance with th
('rnMlnt.' for polion on the Inl
lot. completed bv 1
l.'ierilthe f'onimltlee
tnher fimntv cnndldatf tbelrjln a game of plidi Willi hi aon'al
r...inf will nPSH-ar "n the ballot nre:
lor U-iicliih. .Ititlre t'niiii of tt
tppeeU l.tt'letitli ItNt. Plnrc I
W P I mile t Howard t'o
Jim II Littler of Kaallnnd Co.
I(r twfiruui- .lll.ln- t'niiii of nll
.ihmiU KlPWiilli IH-I. Plitfo 11
J i: II Irk man of Htepben Co.
U'o I.. IbiieniHirt of Kiutland Co.
Tom ft UMhi'II of Mtephen Co.
tin' Itojire.eiilHllvo IIISlli llepioM'ii
tnllve DMitrl
P. C. Sander of Palo Pinto Co.
P. T llradfnrd of Pnln pinto Co
Por )ltrlct Allitnify
L. II. Welch.
I titil '! llronn
lor I II Irlri (Met k
Mob-1 Wiol
K. nil-Hi J. Keith.
IIimi- r Ht.ni
I 'or (imiiiI) tlutlge
llrjinv . Atehlaon.
W. J Arrlngttin.
J no. W. Hill.
for t'oiinly Mlnruey
O. II. Allred
Kor Slietirr
L I Head.
If. c Thornton.
I'tir 'rttiuer
II. AI. Payne.
W. T. Oreee.
lor nntiui) Cleik
F.rnoat It. Maxwell.
lien (Jrant.
fne Tnx Aeor
W. W. Moore.
C II. ear.
Homer Lee
J. D. Iech.
Pur Tti Collector
A. 11 (Arch I Downing.
IM Norton
lor t'otuii) NiiHriiliiMli'iit of Piilf
lie ln-.li ut lions
Virall O Teddlle.
Mi I 1 1 Itrofkinnn.
l-'ni- fniiiily SiitM'jt.f
T II. Meay.
I'or .1 llul Ire of lu Peiiro Piiflinl
No. I
rtnm I lloolh.
W H. Harbin.
C T. iIiicIh Tom! William.
J. W. t'aatleman.
I'ltr I'oii.tuldo of Picrliict No. I
Paul Hob.
0. T. (Oeorgo) Lllea.
J. D. (Date) Livingston
roe C iiimlsEiIoiiii Pii'iliicl Vo. I
J. Q iliulncyi Coriietl
F. L. iToopy) Preelanil.
H. II. Downing.
J. A. Caraway.
I'm- Ctinmil-loni'r I'li'ilini No U
Pnaa Hnnd.
J A. Wohlfnnl.
W. A. riack. j
W. I. Hunt.
I'm- I'muiiilNiloiii-t Piei'lncl No. II
L M. Prutl.
II W Whltmlre.
V. J. Nnnney
J M Cm ley
I. P Vorhutn.
C A So wurt.
J. W. Horlon.
I -'or I'omiiiUslouor Pterluct Vo. I
Prank II. Hlnan.
Win T KdunriL
Joe lb at y
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ASSICSS.MR.VTS Adit SICT.
The county Democratic execuiiva
rommltlfe announces the following
nasassmenis made ngalnst th cun-
dldatea for office and ihey hnro
until and Including June 2Sh. 1020.
In which n pay theae asenments to
i lie County Chairman W. D.
Don.
District Attorney SB.
District Clerk 130.
County Judge 3C.
County Attorney $7fi.
Sheriff tin.
County Treasurer $16.
County Clork J3C
Tnv Aaaeasor $60.
Tax Collector. $60.
County Superintendent. $20
County Surveyor $- "
County ComiiilMlnnci's $15.
Justice of I ho Piace. $10
Conatnblo Jn.
PoIUIch Hied lo ho dcflnod n tho
science of poi eminent hut hat lone
Riner detjenorated Into n ildlculoiK
bcrumblo for otflco.
PUNS ARE ALL COMPLETE
FOR BIG ELIASVILLE RODEO
m BARBECUE JUNE 25 AND 26
?";
ioncer uitcn
Passes On icily
rVo Great Jk'yond
tl fall to the lot of the Ameri-
can to again recent (he death of
another hardy anil honorable p'o-
tieer In the paaaltig away on Mon-
day evening nt 0:30 o'clock of l'rank
Itrfner.
Heath came atiddenlv to hl
uraml old cltlien of Hlephon coun-
ty ai the Dear I'nrk hnneh home
of hi Min Tom P. Hefiu-r. The
father waa In aa good health as
nulla I nnd with T. M. Cnrli'ii. a
he lrpmoen.iie.iit Ixilbot and "tn-elal friend of lhPtJ. : IM r
family for many yenra wa engaged l. . ..
ennuren. i ne i-on waa Keeping uie l(1 ( n r .r
core. when hla father arose from!fflx WiU. in. VH i .
ihe table nakluv Tom to take hlatrlW(j . .
place. The elder epted out and niU.illle r.imrdfor It b.ipli.in
feot a drink of water then return-'
ed lo hi. room and sat down In aj A CJ. m (r M?pf ir.v.
chair. 1'r-enjly he aroae and wea wkri jwl tttls
I" nil- in -( huh tlT uoivii. liuin IH'II
stepped mio the room and observed
nom ami obacrved
vaa ailing. A bt.
waa brought ami
thai Mr. Hefner waa
tin nf rata uatnr warn lirnn-thi
he drank li. being oinlrely con- Friday uiul Sntlll'duy of this
acloua. In a few momenta however ' week.
he fell into n eomn ami was anon' llanner were dlilnyd on ihe
lievund human ken or aid. The ud- lde m ihe car proelnlmiiu: the
ileiine.K and ttnexieftedneaa of hla dnt" of the reb-brnilon to be held
.l-nilre pttada a dork cloud nf nor llo-re
row over the home with aiicnd-mi Th nt tulnm' nt l said to lie
irl.-f and nnmil'h m lnlng hearl-t. the flnet .r ni ranged in tbl ter-
In addition to the on already rlton Atir.iciion on the ground
mentioned dec used urled by' will Inrlmlr how of inrinua kinds.
his a ted widow and the fallowing An ntnoiiiol.il. ill. piny by the Orn-
rllldren: .Mr. Clara xmlth of Hwett- ham nud llrerkenridne dealers will
.oiiilaJ-: air. Kate II iigheg Tucson.' be glxen Hand music will In- given
Arlx ; Mrs. Lllv Cummlngs A I vara ihroiiklioui the day.
do; Mrs. Jennie lloblnson Abilene; j Kllnillle has been the scene nf
Andrew Hefner. Hpur. Theae with nunuul picnic for nearly 60 yeara
the iM-eptlnn of Mr. Hughe-ore e- i bin Ir proclaimed to be tho left
peeled to reach here In lime to at I Whole families and panlea hnro
lend the funeral Wednesday aft-r
noon at 3 o'clock at Kllaavllle near
where atanda the Hefner old home.
It- v. Hrhnelder of ilreckenritlje.
Probyierlan minister will conduct
the funeral which will doiibtlean be
very largely attended. In the Kllaa
vllle cemetery l'rank Hefner will
rest beside the remains of hta fath-
er. A. J. Hefner n pioneer of the
county who passed away 33 yeara
HBO.
The Hefners eame from Alabama
to Texas In the early days nt Ihe
Ska lini sal I Mil M a mg 1 1 at lit t It I lutafal ft t I It a
i - 1-- mom iitiisi una iitviiiuie wa .
family etled In the Lone Oak coin-1
mtiiiliy In Hunt county. Among tlioo
early iller by that name w-ora It . .innounceil here today Hint
aeveral brnthera. one of these th-:on account of a conflleilnn engage-
luih. r of l'rank Hefner. im-m o Hon. W. I! t'hipmaii. of
Two of these tli If ted wet and Hiumfonl. n- niMuk In Ho- Inter- I
other remained In Hunt county.! nf tin- cuididnei of Miomey H to t
belli- nmniig the highly ea.euied' al Dan Moody fur Hoteiuor. nt
and tiouond cltlxon of tho coiiuiy.
Those coming west maintained tho
reputation of the family for probity
uprightness of character nnd other
element of good citizenship ami
wherever you find a Itufner (hore la
nobility nnd manly tlrtlta. suoh na
friends and neighbors delight to
own and appreciate. Prank Hafaer
waa nil theae nnd nron mora nud
lurvlvlug sons nud ilanghiora can
lake comfort from (he rich liert.
tage of well-spent nnd fruitful life
with uplifting examples got before
thtin by an honored fadier.
May the clods of tft'ephens county
ret lightly upon his coffined farm
and may loved ones prepare to meet
him again where un heartaches and
run I aepatatlnna ever come.
(.omity Singing
(.onvenlion Meets
l Parks July 4
Ihtt Mep hem t'oumy Singing Con-
notion will meet ihe rum Huudu)
i j til . which U July I. wltti the
i-.nkn ulu.
Till meotliiK I ciih tally Import-
u it President W. II Hill announced
hi cause It Will be the time for the
llen-'iuiuuiil election of offlcera to serve
doling Ihe ensuing yoar. Ilecause
o! tha fact. It Is oornostly desired
(hut n large lepiiaentatlon from
oach t'omuiunliy be prom-nt. Tho
oiIkm' offiut-i'H of the Convention be-
side Pruaidcnt Hill un-: Mlna Lona
Donning. oT Necessity ilco-proal-d'
til; nnd Mis Auiilo Dye of Ouu-
sikht sncrotiiry.
The nniiouucenieiil I mndo that
because Un. Parks c1iih8 Ih small
the UHoia ale re.in-Hinil 10 bring
u- filled lunch luthkots with thorn
In order that evoiy 0110 mny luivo
eur.ugli dinner.
"Wo want tho clnsno to moof now
nnd decide on their tlelemiteH." Hill
mi In. "to dint they enn coiuo to
lb- biiHlnoH inootiiiK nud vote o
na to biht represent their class."
NTAIUEI. Hi
The Cltlten of KHflMVlllc 111. 1 m
clMi) are mnkiiiK prepar.it ion i..
eft' rtflln beiween elaht ami f n
thoiunnd M'H.1.' tiidi' and '"in"
row nt the ll riiib . unl boili.
cltlrt'iip from that Hi - ud
Si lue of tli In -I t nl r ;n
ecilon of tbi (ouiiiii iipt
at curt .1 t r Ho t 1 11 l m
iix'-tiiii nd ocltii 1 pio I10111 1
I'M III-. litllldoKUllIK .illll rlllllll 1
pi on .- it for each d.n. June 2 ..i '
2'". to .ill who Ati ml
iii'lll llle C.In.IM ktolllnl
on the fit ir Pork win ! tiirowi
oft n ii tin vlltnr- ft" .if i' it
lo nil Him enre to i hi i out iii'i
int n in fell briitl'n
li i t iitdltlnt' v t iiiv !'
held ihititu Hip Hi nt .mil Ho Urn
II I'liniiuiiin will i" 'I toil.
T)l. . i.trml aa b.i- I- n .t. i
... . . ..I.. I ll'
Pll '.w nnillii. l - '
"'' V. . V i
ville for the hip: litdeii i nlli! Inn;
beetle wet for JtlllP 2- nrtil l!li
lieen Inxiied to go and camp on the
Clear 1'i.tk a long as they Ilk- but
erpecially during the big picnic and
mileo.
The scene or tho picnic will ho
In a well lighted sanitary tout 1st
camp situated In the I-eean grove
at the dam. No charges will tin
made for the camp.
(.i);tm;ui. Released
Til) lor Will Speak
A I hViday Picnic
Hermit lkht al a foiir-rouniy picnn
on the iitm nliu: of Humidity tie
2Ch. lie hut been eetinl from hi
euguKcliK m to apeak lit the l.'ll.i '
villi pliuli on I'rlday. the Sftiti.
Iu hi Mieud Hon. It. L'. Taylor ot
Wlrhliii r.illit ha been tcur. .1 to
apeak I'rltlrty afternoon for Mr.
Moody ai ihe Kllurvllle picnic.
Judg- Tax lor has been I'ml-d
Htates DUttici Aitnrnex lor tin-
Northern DUtrlci of Tex.i- un-l all
Who luar him are imhhi.i of un
enllghti til-i.' and eloiim m ntblt'-"
The uniioiiurcmelit ihni Mr. Moml
will siuk In Mlmr.il w. Hi n '
Moud.li i.tt-ruooii in i-' tied xiiii
interest hi re ami u nutnhi r "i
llreckt nilil.t- MOple max Ih- Hi-"
for ih- oti'.iilon.
(landidiileri Invited
To ftolian Picnic
J. D l.t -ch ws in the Cll IimI n
from Loll.m and nnnouiiced lb-it
Hie Lpwinin LeuKUe Is sponsoilni-' .
picnic to he given in that place on
l-'ilday Jnlv U. It Im to he . bu"l''
affair and ihe people of the cun
munity as well a oiIht nenioin
are Invited to come and brine a
well-rtllod basket. f'uiill.ales i.-
urged to come and aie i-rnmlseil .1
olinnco to present tholr clulnis 10
the votors of (hat community Pi
worth Leogjera will treatly nl'l-i-clato
(Im attendance anil pntronnri-
of the public.
Await Transfer
To Penitentiary
Two men convicted nnd sentenced
tn charges of onr theft wore held
In the Stephen county Jnll thin
morning ponding their iinimfer to
tho state penitentiary.
Mandates in tin- two c.iaea hnvo
boon returned from tho court of
criminal npponls Sheriff Thoinion
enld.
The men. convicted In Str-phi nu
county wore r'turnotl hero j enter
day from KnsUnml.

Lockett, W. C. Breckenridge Weekly Democrat (Breckenridge, Tex), No. 46, Ed. 1, Friday, June 25, 1926. Breckenridge, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth69108/. Accessed July 6, 2015.