The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 247, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 6, 1936

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RACE CROWDED
FOR CONGRESS
IN CALIFORNIA
Entries In August Primary
Total 128 With Three
Parties.
of CiUntttid iq cnrrca.imn
the 30th u not a candidal! (or r-Ictlon-wlll
have vnrylnj dtrets
of ofSpoiltlon when they jfo into th
Kte prmary Aur 25 to ecmjxU
for party nomination..
Four an conceded irosd chancci
of emertc'njr from the primary rx a
tronjt position for the (antral
JleetJon Th other 15 may lac-
tight up to election day
Already jUAured et re-elect on k
nichard J Weloh K 1 San Fran
claco whoso only opponent l Law-
renco Rtu Communis pmfv enn-
dldat The Comniun.it rectetrn-
tlon ui r.ltahi
Rp. Harry I Encb-brtpht tU.)
Nevada Oty aUo appear likely to
win unlet hl Dmorat.r oppon-
ent Henton Krrmon how a ur
prlnlnK j;ar r M'riKh in r-fct-
THE BRECKENRJDGE AMERICAN BRECKENRFDGE. TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 6 1936.
Telephone &
ttr4 on both tickit and itfll haVo
no apportion in November if b
can win the nomination of both
parties In the primary.
i I-a In Strong I'odtlnn.
The other two Incumbent with
If to worry them than their -ol-len;up
are Clarence F I.iu D).
San'i Hum with Itepublcan and
Comiminlut opponent and It. W.
iSeiuhart tit; Kremo. with Demo-
craUc and Csmntun-nt opposition.
Thvte are II candidate for Kep.
John Henry Hoeppel'ji LM AnftilM
Democratic at 11 each for Dem-
ocrat John Steven Mcttroartv
and John M Cottello'i plucei. 13
for the position held by Thoma'i F
ure " i-M Ar.eiM IliSK
Frank II. Buck (D ). Chrl Kra-
mer (D). and Sam L. Colllm ttUj
hav tlx opponenu each Th othor
Incumbenu have three four or
five
One conteit which m attracting
attention In the northern section If
that between Kuek ind Shr!dj.n
Downey (D.. whs ia attorney for
Dr Francit E. Towruerul and h
the backing of t net on plan Mdvo-
oates Eight In Sun IXego lUte.
Eight candidates entered the race
for the icat vacated by George
Hurnham (It). Ban Dleo F.ve are
Damoerata two K-publicin and
one CommunUt
Altrrther 138 candidate tlkd
fo the 20 piltion.i Many of vhem
ntrMl their name jn two or
more parly tickets aeekin to mak
a clean awcap In the primary
Thfe who filed on more than
one ticket mtirft win the nomination
of the party in which they are reg
tstcrcd If they nre to go to the-
November election. If for example
n Democrat wins the Itcpub.lcan
nomination but low th Demo
cratic. he will be dropped from the
race.
CommunUt entered the eorxrov
slonal fight aeriouAly for the flrV
I time thla year compeLng (or 12 of
tb 20 poiiUonc Their purty wa
legally tiallfled in California two
I year arfo
Monday But Not Blue Monday
Ten Future Farmers
To Cisco Gathering
Ten local Future Farmer ac-
companied by their advlier. H II
!2owelI. left early Thursday tnorr
InR for a three-day F. F A. er
campment at Lake Ctco. ThU U ar
annual affair drawing an average
of two hundred ami fifty boys fruit
central and western Texas who
come for ricreatlonftl purposes '
Game and content In v.nun n
divine boxing water polo. wah-r
pitching jofi all. groaiy i-v
walking and such will be enjoyed
by the boys. Vocational agriculture
teacher of the Ureckcnrldge dls-
tr ct will largely direct nctivitlei of
the riirumpment
t CH idf- Mr
fit' ' Jm 09Mm H jNMi
WliTtmmWmmSMmmm
1.1 ay tag Salesmen Young Brothers i safe Biown-ThrongH Root
To Banquet Friday Hold Revival Here haoepjjville om-Burglars
I j u(hI too much "soup" to blow the
' The Maytag Company has plan- ... I I'.ntlsh-Amor.can Oil Company's
netl ronny IntdVoftlnj: moment. for pivaI notlng will begin Au-snr. p arul u foarcx through the
almcn and detilera who have I j6- aPonofel y the A-em-roof Unperturbed the burglars
won appoint honors during a recent y 0'" churoh n th" tabor-1 wntcJ nn he nfe landed ngnln.
dales contest conducted by that or-'" Ju1 norh of thp stonr natchrtl up Si7 and vanished.
..- iChtirsh on N h Mrrknnr l..l
Siiiiiaiiuu ; -
i it winner
FWtllM KCMOWT tUlfl I
Grain Fed
Branded
Beef Sale
Fancy
Beef
Steak
Ilouno
lx)in or
T. llonv
Lb.
29c
Daisy Wisconsin
CHEESE
Pound
23c
FANCY
11EEF
Seven Roast lb. 1 5c
CY Seven Steak lb. 17c
III I.K K. It.
PcfkcrsTall Korn Sliced IUCQN pound 25c
23c
9 Of-.
SHORTENING Z3C
KAc Din sn
JOWLS
14c
I.VKfiK
BOLOGNA
FltlJMI DUF.SSKI)
FRYERS
t?
-. --iGE
WHITE
16 oz.
Nectar Tea
Orange Pekoe
2 pkir. 8c 4 pk. 15c
Lb.
'o I'nckaxt's
27c
Iun.i
Beans
K it1 "urk i-nd T . . ito Ha r
2 c's 9c
A Spe .al I ric
Encore Prepared
Spaghetti
2
MF.DIl M
CANS
15c
Brooms
Ri'jjiilar 2"3c Broom
SPECIAL
PRICE
19c
y'Anm
Preserves
Assorts'
Flavor
10 OZ.
JAR
17c
Selected Produce
New YAMS lb 4c
California OnuiKtM iuc size doz 2.r.c
I'i'ahi it. 1
SPIDS. 3 ll)s.
19
in
Colorado Carrots 2 bunches . 9c
Mcxicnii Lims doz nc
Thomnson Stdlei.s
CRAPES lb 8c
BANANAS!;;"1: 5c
APENN Gallon A
MOTOR OIL rA 11"
A I'crr. Mi lur Oil is guarm.teed to be as
fine a lubricant ji arv Motor Oil sold
RUAIl PREPARED
MUSTARD 9 oz. jar 9c
NBC SKcinl
MM Puff Cakes lit. 18c
anilla Waft'rs. 1-2 Lb. pkir l.'ic
SHORTENING
ANY KIND a I"B. Af-
o ctn. yC
Bokar COFFEE
N'iKorous and Wincy
23c
l'NNYFIELD
CORNFLAKES
SMALL
Pkir.
6c
LARGE
Pkir
9c
DEL
MONTE
Sliced Pears 2 L 25c
Crisco ' 20c 3 a. 53c
PACKERS LABLE
Tomatoes 3 25c
pimuiuiirs best
21 LB- to
Sack Oj
12 LB.
riUiMVII m '
FLOUR
PICNIC ITEMS
HOUR
Pickles 25 oz. jar 15c
VIENNA
Saisafe No. 1-2
can .... 10c
A P GRAPE
JUKE part . 32c
BLUE PKTEn
SARDINES can . 10c
niTz
sack .I.... 44C 1 Crackers 1 lb. pk. 25c
B our window for etnor Special Prioaa maw Sar tc
Vinnlr. oandtdate with their
wives from oaeh of the fifteen illa-
tricu which compr.ao the Texns
territory will recslve trulr 'of.lce'
ai a luncheon In the Baker Hotel.
Daliaj. Fiiiliy. Each dUtrlct repre-
tentative will cast hta "eltctornl
vote tor the president and vico
p:csid--.t cf th; 'May.aff Tesajs
Enip.re" and then adjourn to tht
exposition grounds whore they will
.apsnd th wk-end takngr in tho
exhibits
Ceorga F Hubbard of Breck.n-
rVlge. high salesman from thU re-
gion made the t.ip
avenue The Boy Evangel nta ofi
Mississippi and Tentiawcc have!
been engaged (or the revival con-'
iltlr5 of Robert. Chaile and Lit-!
tie Jlnimlc Jeaaup. Theuc three
brothers who preach play and sln' '
tlw f.opoL Park.nf? apace will b-
aval U. Service each evening a '
8 p n. The pastor. E. B Crump
wiU tia.ai in Ute pot.unul wvik
Tha public lavlted.
A n ber in-ordinK to th'
adt. "plcKs yott up." Jtut the
hin? to take then after the Sth
"f loth whmke
IOS(UITO IJAITINC COSTLY.
ALAMEDA Ca! - Mosquito bait-'
inff and klll-ng - I becoming I '
ometnini of a muntcip. luxury
The Anmeda County Soiqu.to
Aoateiurm authunties hav- asked
for an tpproprlatlon of $13020 to
continue the fight fo. tho f scat
vear
We Will Completely
Overhaul Your
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Adding Machine
Only $500
.; Work Guaranteed
CLARK
TYPEWRITER
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101 W.Walker St.
Phone .".J5
to
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fjT.tfiitf'.
Yvonne cr rKci tiic w. jtcr Annette rubs her w.ishing ' ind Cc U
nn os-what hjusewivjv could co-upvr.it- m-'i i ill) .ct.-iv r
ivi ua much plvasuri .ut of their work ui do tt.c ijums m tht pdo
idea of Evolution
Cj9
im-iit buiitiese pilntlng and pub
l)i spitted By Rector 'ZZ ZZ uZr w"
JIOMIIBAL UA The theory of
tulutlin wuE denounced ns a "vile
lonpnacy to rob the world of Its
faitn In God" by Kuv. Dr. D E.
. inrt-DavIc. noted Scottl.-th rector.
j a '.ecture here.
Dr Hart-Davics who Is rector
of S' 1 houms episcopal' Churcn
in Edinburgh. declarel that Pithe-
canthropus wi only created out
f !) crown of a kull and bones
that nilRht easily have hloni;e.l
. mother creature altogether.
It Is a rotten philosophical
ih. ory without any real founda-
lon.' he said. "No icUntUt dare
attempt to demonstrate evolution
y actual experiment.
"If there wero any truth In th-it
neory me worm woul ilbe full o'
ere it-ires one-fifth man and four-
lfth thlmpvinzee
Camera l'rn) Impartial.
PASADENA Ca!. A motion pi
ture camera and Kloljr light et r.
to obtain evidence agninst trtnxi
catcd drivers proved too trmr ii '
n member of the police fui If
rodo a Mcyclo Into the gla r '
movie Iighta and when omp
were filed tile movie ramert r
dured u-iii -i iK ihl v ul -
his condition
Japan Is Imposing
Special Rail Taxes
ID.UREN (U.Pa-ConcJuidon of
the- Jnp.in-Manchuko extrulltv
r'.it )ms been followeed by Im-
xitun jf .-tjx-clal taxes upon
jap.-in. rosldinj; in the South
jiinchiirla Railway zone.
I' wan mnounceed that Imposl-
'ior. of the t.xxi-s was ntccssary to
Muallze the tax burden of Japti-
-e within and without the zone.
The rxtrallty treaty exempted
Japanese within the zone from
.H in'hukuo taxes until 1938.
Th taxen collected from Jnpa-n-
. in the railway zone go to the
Japanese Imperial government. Jnj-am--
outlwle the one pay their
xm to Msnchuktio.
There are 1K0 cntognries of tax-
Hum in the new order which be-
mre effective July 1 Includllng
lcvi nn rnne) and nroperty tend-
ril le nnd manufacture of com-
"lltie. electric anil tra nr.nlv
heatrlcnl and other public amuse-
HMEilSRFMM
WBSCBRES
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Pnnp the sf ired oIm
dor lili.k to lTS antl hav
the retires removed by our'
modem methods and hav.
a rj'l iras tixht set of c-linder.-i
Prompt fint
class service at a cost fur
IJCI' til' J7IH.U-.T -'I (IV
lindei blucks.
R. E. DYE
! Machine Supply
Phone l.'i l7 b. nose
! I
Shop at the City Soiiare 'larden for vour
Mipphe.-.. rrt.-.h from the gaiden to you
Part of Our Specials for Friday and Saturday
dai'y
SPUDS 5 pounds 23c
YAMS New Porto Ricans 5 lbs. 23c
Tl MINI PORE ENS
MlSTARI) GREENS Bunch
CMIKOTS
5c
Eli' Plant per pound
10c
(In en Beans per pound
lflc
Okii fresh and tender pouiiff
I
Peaches Flbertas dozen 20c
(Irapes Thompson Seedless pound lflc
Grape. Arkansas Concord ."1 lb. basket 27c
Appley fmiev Delicious dozen .- - -2.R-
Oninyes weet and Juicy 2 dozen fo' - -?c
Bananas golden ripe dozen - l"c
lettuce firm and crisp 2 herds foi . .. lie
Eg IN OUR MARKET 3
Steak or Roast fancy seven lb. 15c
Bacon sugar cured sliced lb. 25c
Cured Ham end cuts lb. 23c
Bologna lb. 10c
PLENTY FAT FRYERS
Spring Lamb Your Health Food.
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N moving parts to wear
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Hall, C. M. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 247, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 6, 1936. Breckenridge, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth72602/. Accessed September 20, 2014.