Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 115, Ed. 1 Monday, February 27, 1933 Page: 3 of 4
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BROWNWOOD BULLETIN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27,1033
BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
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Hogs 1800 Including 927 directs and
143 through; market steady to 10
higher than Friday; top 319 paid
by small killers for good to choice
truck hogs; packer top 3.30; bulk
better grades 170 to.250 truck hogs
to packers at 3.20; 2 loads mixed
grade light weight rail hogs 2JO;
sorts of around 340 track hogs 2AS;
packing sows 2J5-250; or steady;
light light 250-3J5; Light-3.20-3.33;
medium 3.30-3.39; htavy 2.75-3JO;
packing sows 2.00-2A0.
Cattle 1200; calves 400; market
bulk of steer reoeipts late In ar-
riving; trade an other classes cat-
tle fairly active at steady to strong;
2 short loads heavy and light weight
; steers mixed of value to sell around
; 3.50,3 loads good fed yearlings 4J5-
450; best fed yearlings due to sell
around 455; butcher yearlings most-
ly 3-29 down; few good fat cows
| 250; butcher sorts around 1.75; low
cutters mostly around 150; few
sausage bulls 150-1.75; one load
stocker heifers 3.65; packing lota
stocker calves 4.00-435, slaughter
calves strong to 29 higher; few
heavy slaughter calves up to 4J5;
bulk of calves 3.29-3.75; cull sorts
Sheep 1900; market all rlsmes
steady; medium to good wooled fat
lambs 4J5; better grades shorn for
lambs 446; shorn fat yearlings and
2 year old wethers mixed 3J9; shorn
aged fat wethers 250; lower grades
The Fide las Matrons Class of
Coggln Avenue Baptist Church will
meet at two-thirty o'clock at the
home of Mrs. J. A. Cunningham.
12616 First Street, for a business and
The Bulletin la authorised to mttl
the following announcements of
candidates for Aldermen of the City
of Brown wood, In the city election to
be held on Tuesday, April 4th. 1831:
V4CMI. W WO YtkkOVd ,NOO MOST PRCVt 09
MOO «*Tve» AT OtKEl AETERVB\KT HAS L-
H999EKRD, TT VOOOUD WTAJtR. DO KJ9 TT TO
B6CCME K*OVO* THAT XDO NXt. \KI MS’ EMPLOY
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HER. MO !
5c GALLON (DRUM LOT). Dont
pay more. Can save you money on
gasoline and lubricating oil. V. F.
(811m) Lewis, wholesale dealer.
Coggln Avenue and Brady road
The world average precipitation
of snow, and rain is 16500500 tons
The Brewaweed Liens Ctab will
meM at 12 o’clock sharp tomorrow,
noc&nat Hotel Brown wood, when the
program feature will be a discussion
of the sales tax by Dr. Thomas H.
Taylor. Dr. Taylor will review the
talks made by Gib Callaway and B.
M. Davis on this subject at the
tjlT M&GMCT KTWRTHKT eoc*e'RE*03E
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60000* TD MEET HER \ SOU.—HOW COOVD
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Sale or Trade
Itk grTUMTlOtt HOPELESS'. HOST
CAN 48 HOPE TD RECUtFCR. OB*.
STOLEN MONEY MEM 48 EOT NOT ^
Thursday, March 2nd, 1933,
Texas Independence Day,
being a legal holiday, this
bank will not be open.
FROM $5.00 UP
AS 42 YEARS MO
25 ou/rett for 254
, Full hek .
No Slack Fillinq
LOST and FOUND
Headaches caused by constipation
are gone after one dose of Adlerlka
This cleans all poisons out of BOTH
upper and lower bowels. Gives bet-
ter sleep, ends nervousness. Sold In
Brownwood by Renfro's Drug Stores.
.UK CASTLE It N A PUCAPFUL STATE. EASY AND THE
ABE ABAOY TO ADMIT THEiB. Per EAT .
The moiien pieture. -The Cal ef
the Ages." win not be shown at Car-
negie Library tonight, states Rev.
R. Martin, pastor of the Lutheran
church. Announcement of the pie-
ture for this date was made by Mr.
Martin last week. This morning ho
AU. N6.Uk l TOO VMLL
______________ from those to
charge of the pieture stating that
owing to the condition of the roads
It would be necessary to caneel the
Brownwood engagement. >
LUMBXNG aal 04
Dr. end Mrs. J. N. Horn, has been
seriously 111 with pneumonia to
Austin where she has been a stu-
dent to the University of Texas.
8te was brought to Brownwood
Sunday and is at the Born resi-
dence. 1906 First Street. Dr. Horn
accompanied her home to a White
and London ambulance. She was
reported to be Improved, according
to Information received this after-
Houses for Rent
FOR RENT—A bargain. Good four-
room house, nice location. Large
rich garden. Garage. Gas lights.
Chicken lot and wheat range.
Phone 338-J. feee T. A. Murphy. 107
West Ninth Street.
affect our service, you
fet the seme quality
work, that is expected
from a “Master” Clean-
er under all conditions.
Z. R. MILLS
Permanents — Special price $1
Finger waves 15c. Call Lucille Wil-
Seventeen Brown County Prisoners
In Total Prison Population of 5190
Mrs. H. J. Radcliff of Bangs Is
receiving medical treatment to Cen-
tral Texas Hospital.
Miss Tomrie Rucker of Bangs has
Miss Resale Holland of MuDln has J* pen"
been admitted to Central Texas ltentiaries as of Dec. 81, 1982, ae-
Hcapital for medical treatment. I cording to the current report of the
Miss Ruth Brown of Talpa la Texas Prison Board. Harris county
receiving medical treatment to Oen- heads the list of counties to the
tral Texas Hospital. inumber of prisoners with 583. Dal-
Eldon Rav Tupto, son of Mr. and las la next with 329. El Paso had 190
Mrs. Roy Tupto of Comanche, has and Tarrant has 177.
been dismissed from Central Texas The record shows the following
Hospital after a minor operation. | number of prisoners from surround-
Miss Elsie June Arthur of Mllburn tug counties:
has left Central Texas Hospital after j Callahan 7, Coleman 14, Cotnan-
medleal treatment. I rK* g n Erath 6. Ham-
Miss Oleta Bagtey Brownwood ^ Lamp^s 3. McCulloch 34.
route, has returned home after a **ni« * Runnels • Saba 2,
mtooc operation to Central Texas ^ Ton; Green 37, two
Hospital. ^ j West Texas counties, Irion and
SMALL NUMBER ATTEND Coke have no prisoners registered.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS HERB There are 3519 native Thaans
The smallest attendance since Included to the 9,190 prisoners
early December of 1932 was reported Oklahomans number 236, prison -
at Sunday schools at local churches an whose nativity Is Loulalawa
yesterday. The total number prs—nt number 284 end from Arkansas 109,
was 8JS7 as shown to the following There are prieonera from 42 states
report: <r* to the system end from 21 foreign
Church— Attendance countries. Mexico has far more
First Baptist .......... 449 prisoners than any other foreign
Central Methodist ..............370 eounttTi kSnrieaas to ***- prison
First Mrthnitlei .................MS gystem numbering 868
Coggln Avenue BaoNet .........888
Church of Christ ...............188 Peru pa tie ns lipwski
..............tokN. Classification of
Bell. Plain Amu. ......•?
f tax« I
Dr. R. A. ELLIS
UN Cnln Brawn—.I
Every Day; Every Schedule
Between Brownwood and Fort Worth
0.00 Ok Nay
J Room and Board
NICELY furnished front bedroom,
with meals. 994 Mato. Phone 972 J
Mrs. Keeler. 116c
WE CAN WELD YOUR
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N.GOOD AS NEW A
NO TIME LIMIT ON RETURN
3 Schedules Daily
Took CARDUI for
TWO DOWNSTAIRS apartments
furnished or unfurnished. Modern
Reasonable. Mrs. D. F. Johnson.
1604 Vincent. Phone «. 117c
LIGHTNINO TAXI CO,
rClark and West Adams
1 ywHtre to city only 10c.
18e TAXI 18s
*YMOUTH. Mass. — The air
brakes on John J. Regan's bus went
bad just as he reached the top of
a steep hill. Regan waa powerless
to stop the bus so he Jumped out.
77*0 bus then proceeded to chase
two boy* down the hill, and caused
bhre? girls to seek refuge to, the
doorway of a building. Then turn-
ing Its attention to inanimate ob-
ject*, ■the bus smashed an electric
light pole and put the city's lights
out of commission for half an hour.
Day or Jitgkt
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White, James C. Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 115, Ed. 1 Monday, February 27, 1933, newspaper, February 27, 1933; Brownwood, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1040645/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Brownwood Public Library.