Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 1, No. 1, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 30, 1920 Page: 1 of 4
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ELEBBATION DAILY EDITION H' ' .
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VOLUME I -No. I
BRECKENRIDf'E STEPHENS COUNT TEXAS; WEDNESDAY JUNE 30 1920
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A 6000 BARREL
IN ON TUESDAY
A report f rem the Gaeriwln well
t WrdHesikiy martting gives the pro- 1
ttHtltm M Sjm barrel dally.
" This predwIkHi was abtahtcd af-
( fcr gain Ihrce tret deeper Wo
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CMdwiH Writ a Ced One.
The Goodwin well licloHglng Jointly
It. H. Walker or this elly ami J. J.
Perkins of Wichita Falls located
H)Ht h mile from the city In Pe-
'twdeuM Heights came In Sunday. In
' Vt feet at JIRW tho well produced at
Arrt 1500 barrels and bcgaH to go
Mrongcr. Drilling a bit deeper pnn
taction became greater until 51840 bar-
rel wen Kaum.il and last report gives
4416 barrels us tlie production. This
ht so far' Uie liest well In th North
ftatwuVii Mt6wrry's Akers Ne. 2.
5 The Snow den McHwceny'a Akers No.
2 a mile and a half north of town.
ett the same tract with the Akers .So.
1 'the latter being- oho of the first
weiis la the North HreckeHrldge Ibid.
Hi Sunday. At this time It Is
Mt known what the amount of the
kttf h hnt It VccHMtn 1h u good well.
Another H4 Gasaer.
Tko Walker-Cakiwell gaer on the
'0. J. JaftcS tract f mile southwest
rf Brekeatyfe that kwc In six"
HHitk ajf awl that kas aevtr pro-
Aitced tuotv than frow four to ten
lrrela at i!m Mparator la now Uiak-
rjtiqi araaad twaaty harrela and 1f-
1&nm0 Utl of ran. ThU well U for
'aMhlac other wellK with (sap for
itrMUmt at ?l."i iwr day. Tavm la a
:4 MtMciHt mipply of Kan from thlx one
TUB TKH'Ml'IfAL ENTKV OF
TIIK FIRST PABtSF.NfiKB TRAIN
Four Crow ded CaarheH
far at JaKt tttty rhjta.
mW WwllPini A IVnaVIIVIIt
I"'. 'll'i.ofioHitiii'kera.-U" AjlKhxfn ferOO e
M ) t1 a. wih ami a (fHtfrter north ofinwn. hVihe pouth yards whllemaalf Xu
Ib ' Q t7 1 1 -t..i 1 . - t. ii.t.'.i.i 1 1.. i. .
V rfiwaew JIIIIIIIJ b.v iih- MnT'iirin:r'
vM a ad MahUtcdt Mook eompank
wao In natural oh the ISth of this
' Hth for 000 barrels. Mna-iay ' a
aki of etfthly uiuirts wrta lowvrttl Into
'the wcdl ami touela-doff brlnWnK In
a het'frr well by doubling the irodac-
tki U) 1300 hat-TVlx.
. KxtMMHHC VMA FarMur SHth.
' y Tm Martin well a mile south of
IvaR a ad Hortheaat fit)io here Is now
ttewiaff hy heads after a xhot of nltro
aowethlajc htftwivn 400 ami Ti((p bar-
k relR. Thtx oil la reported an the IiIkIi
(t grade fu .Stephens county. 'After
reaching ami pcnetrallaf; the aand at
SMW0 awhile buck tlierv wan neither
." a HlHiwlRf: of oil er kuh apparent. The
wqll Raw Im'Ihk hrlded will after In-
' la cleaml out in all probability
n Stake a taiieh letter well.
MIIU1ING FOR TIIK FUTIKK.
Nawt I.Mih)Ih dropped In at Tlte Am
:rhj MamWj- aialeft two Lilarty
nwrm rer a year a xuhscrlitlout and
VtkiHtdy lipiHsl us a card IvcarliiK
c' F Wa narne the fact tlatt he wa
)dtdatc for County tJouiuilsatoner
i t No. One of Htepkim Onuity
.(palii la a vulefan rwd build-
vIh ballt roads lu Kl Puko Kb
'" Pallia ami baa built them for
pHteeii years. He la a llrai he-
vr iir)HiildlHK for permanency ami
7iHlvavatea tla hm of plenty of con-
. J rrt'te. lie Miya tlwt wa Hhould build
1 a wider viaduct over noaaolea CoHk
Mwh Ui ctiuteiuplMUal la tin pnwnt
-ttraet. Mr. I'lpfdH lata Itetii li thla
'nMMity for fourleCH mata ami In the
'n JN elds a comtlderahla loader time.
1 TH4 wan to iniote him. 1 a Mrai. ln-
SlMwiK. U a pratetlv admlHistra-
The triumphal entry of the first
jMac'!iKer (rain waa'' ik-cii by appre-
ciative humlnlx early Sunday uira-
I11K. It l now an every day ocenr-
rencf to ae a inaaciior carrying
tialu lu the yards of the Wichita
Fal!j. Itauger ami KL Worth Itall-
road at llrcckenrhlgv. The crew of
the first day'ri train might be of In-ten-xl
to home dud la aHfollowo: Plrst
train arrived at H:IW a. m. with Con-
ductor tlrlftlii. Kngineer Homer Fire-
man Dlllil. ilrakcHiau Miller. 'Hie
woml traln-arrlveil at 0:05 p. in. with
Conductor l.A Kuglneer Cautwvll.
KIrrmak Davla. ami Ilrakeman Ditvls.
A strange colm-hleiKv Is that the
Mirtci'&.vtcrc black atid black.
The liriil train ont of llreckeurldge
over the new- road Huuttay evening
carried four rrowt'ed j-oachefl; Many
of them were going la till direction.
hoin ou itifliHwmhloU''. some on
pleasure uad a few perlMH. merely
to have the rftlctlon of riding the
llrat train our tit town. The train ax
originally made up was to leave with
two coaches amPu baggage car. hut
as the crowd withered is constantly
iuerea!ed ninaU'rs the trainmen busi-
ed themsclvea with laaklog added ac-
comnioilatluiia. l J. Ojeff general manager aud
J.. M. ytxuppcr general freight and
puHaengcr agent and K. J. Hawn su-
IM'rlnteudent of the road c&BNftewii
on the first day'a train. ' Mr. Neff aaid
tllu ie thought that the' people would
appreciate the fucr that fndght could
accommodate ouly aathc tracks were
Imilt. He further tatea that ther)
aandt could be luuHed lu tlte Horth
whea i-omplousl. There are already
from llftceu tl twenty Indnatrlea
clamoring for sjmr tracks ; two switch
englima lu all prolHrtillliy will la at
work within a few daya. p'be turn-
table la due hen In -tfte week and
expwsa service will Htart ou thu day
or July llrsi; train mall services are
expected to Ik' slnrted wtnln ten days.
The clutngc from the auto routes
that .wereuiwout to charge such ex-
horlltant fares and double t)mt in
muddy weather (when they did run)
Is now met with a sigh of relief. Man-
uger Neff states that his road charges
only 0U cents to or from Itanger nilu
HERO OF. WORLD WAR SAW
SKJ1VICE is LNV lANOS
SAN AXTONK) Tec June M.
Idfe has been one dt ciibitu a fief an-
other for fcam Drchen. whiter frfor-
tune and hero of Uh w fl(b war. who
lias come to Kmi 'Antonio' to innkl1 his
home. Drchen was born In Itusla.
In childhood he came lo the United
HtalcH wllli his iwrents who settled
in I'hlladelphlH when- Ih: waa reared.
When h mere Itoy he served two
enlistments with tlie. Cnltcd ytales
Araiy during which he saw service
lu the Philippines. It was while serv-
ing In the' Philippines tlwt )n mhv
MUt to China during the famous lioxer
uprising. After the expiration of his
second enlistment Drchen wenj'to Pan-
ama and scured employment on the
e.inalr whtj'Ji wna under construction
lit that that! Itut this was too tutne
an existence and lje aptln nought the
excitement and peril of warfare lie
Joined forces with the Ix-o Christinas
expedition to Nicaragua took part in
the revolution and waa wounded.
Fought In Mexk.
With the craving for adventure not
yet satisfied Drelien sought other
flelda of conflict. Oolng to '.Mexico he
fought with Oror.co. Zapata Salaznr
and dually with Villa. After the
these bandits led him
ready to follow the twits of
for ii season.
LADIES REST ROOM.
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fern pqusK is to iVT in
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Iiafih'fd a Bauer t Im
jJKjV Qbf&vr VrodjMv Co. Iwiaixht Hp'a're-
Rj4 ' j 'Vrpwtar car wf 'iwrMwbk ifrHlla hw!
i $r mf&n'fmjhbtex tvm Umrr Mwhjy 'at1
f j?i.lfcBillitwtl Ulve yard frwa thfaaw
y bL .hT ami pittiiig lii trackugit at'wi4.
j "be4f cM iHritl of lMwlH'rl'ftmt-com.
c CgJfrMt rf(rinf. of drilling kw4ti fowr
for uX hf oe ofHour alx caraia-
. 'iNinrtM tu rtte Cirk'aJnrttor Slaw6.
u t ' imofyvrStlik. anl teat LldjHHf
rtel $kr ipl Uyltigwnrtw
t v .? msM&jutitr.
Over on the'eoracr of Hreckenrldgi'
AcntM" and .Williams street la a pret-
ty little church. Glenn Ilutton a
rather youngish Jrioklug man and his
Mono Iho.lesH young ' looking wife run
thla church and are. popular with thu
jicople. The First Christian ChuWh
calls Itwlf a'n "OiK'ii Church" ami
wclcwniH all. "A feature of thla little
house la tlatt on the southeast 'corner
of the. building la a door always open.
Thla entrance six daya week Is apon
With the exception of a brief period
when he acted as n scout or Cenernl
I'ershjiig during Uie American puni-
tive expedition into McxImi be lived
In tranquility and qnlet la Kl Paso
where he marrhil ami perhaps would
have continued his peaceful existence
hail not the United Stated declared
war on (Jermany Ills old Jove for
adventure waa stirred and stimulated
by patriotism he left Ids prosperous
business his home and wlfetud baby
enlisted in the Mist Infantry as a
private under MaJ. Richard Hdrgcas
of Kl Paso and went to France with
tlH Thirty-sixth Division.
He partfclimted lu all the engage-
wentH ijiS which tint Thirty-sixth JJl-
vImIoiV. took part and dtatlngultdicd
hlmselC ikvSf. Etkmmv w"-' wHt
over the top for thVLrst ttefc'irWaa
here that he led .10 ioluntccrs'In u
raid on u Cerman machine pin nest
n which h'e captunHl four machine
guns killed pior than 4fi of the enemy
captured two and brought his patrol
hack li;o the American line without
.the loss of u single man. For fills' he
received the DLstlKuishetl Service.
Cross ii. aiKo won tht-;ii:tnl rillll-
tuln and Croix de Guerre with wo
iwlius for gallantry lu actloii.
OIIht Hardships "Horac
The hardships of war are not the
only ones that thla laild soldier of for-
tune lias Im'cii called iiiwn to endure.
The day la-fore he left KI Paso Ida
baby died and the day he wrnt over
the top ut St. Ktlviiue death clulmctl
his father. After he. wuh discharged
undrvturncd to his home lu Kl Paso
he found his business a wreck ami his
Hut hl.s spirit is still 'undaunted.
Ho saya that he la now going to battle
with the business world and exlieeis
to make SaHAutouIo his pcrniiiuciit
place of ri'sIdciK.
(JJAN lll CAMPAIGN. "
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RELEASE OF 19 HOUSTON II
RIOT CONVICTS SOl'flllT
FOHT SAM IIOl'STON. Tex dune
.'!. )iii almost forgotten tragic mili-
tary Incident which tiiok phu-(' while
the world war Wn lu progress luw
been again brought Into prominence
by the iiiinouuceuieut from Fort Ienv-
enworth Kan. that an effort Is tir be
made to obtain the release from the
Federal prison there Vf 10 of the -II
negro Mildiers who were sentenc'd
to life terms at hard labor for lmrtlel-
pa ting in the race riot at llntHton in
the fall of 11117.
Thew ptlsoners along wth i:t other
negro Poldlera rho were hangisl lu a
little Metqulte groe near Fort Snm'
HooHtflu were tried here on charges
of murder mutiny aaaault anrtv'ls-
olHsllence of onlers. It la statel tliat
the release by lmlaaa corpus proitisl-Ings-of
all of the i-ouvlctisl men who
are confined la Fort Iaemvo.th may
The pnutssllngs will he based on the
ninety-second article of war. which
provides lliat any itcrson who commits
murder shall suiter death or Imprison-
ment for life as a cmtrtmartlal may
direct hut no person slia.ll la trleil
by courtmnrtlal for munler "commit-
ted within tlie geographical Uinta of
the States of the Vuloit and the Dis-
trict of Columbia In time of pence."
It hi understood tliat the attorney
for the negroes will argue tliat al-
though the' Culled States was at war
with Germany onAug. ISO 1017 when
the rioting occurred at Houston then:
was no Htnte of war existing within
the territorial limits of the States of
the Union and the District of Colum-
bia umf that the courtwartial there-
fore hnd no Jurisdiction.
Fourteen persons wen1 killed during
the rioting at Houston on the night
of Aug. 'Si. 1017. The trial of the
negroes itegui.' at the post impel at
Fort Sam Houston on Nov. 1 and
shortly before daybreak on Dec. 1 of
the same year the 121 negroes who had
CELEBRATION IS BRECKENRIDGE
WINDINGUPFOR i TO HAVECLEArT
A MAYS' RUN SPORT PROGRAM
CROWDS NOW COMINtf ON
KVKK1 TRAIN INTO CITY
of Amusement Promised for
Old ami Young.
to the south bank of Salado Creek
Tlie hanging was accmupllshcd ipilet-
ly and was witnessed by only a small
rtHjp' ofvoaj-crs qdj!BlhjedHieuaBil
six civilians most of whom were news-
LOOK OYER LOCAL FIELD
l'reparutnry to the celebration Htag-
s for next week the city should by
all means start u ifinnutlmi nf Intmi.
o laoies. un euieriug ai uic-il ne V(. ..MllllK Kvery ston should
sees a big cooler of le water you Wilgwje H -1 (w iMlt uiiiir.
enter and at once fwl at home and IW4iii-icitliiif readv for a real ahv
welcome llig- soft rugs are umlei cwnKK st.a-k-Hljistlng off shelvw-
foot you are(strHck by Um bonriiko d'csslng show windows and having a
air. Dig easy chairs welcome you
even lieda to rest you after luing on
tlrel feet.alUday wliepmo you to rest
ituhhV. A lav.itcry Inviles to cooj
youj brow. Thvit la 4a Vlctrola )
rea'dlHg (able with Wauiuvs writing
table am! stAtlomry. There Is a-restl
jiHijp'ror the lHdl'at' tlw ChrkdUji
Church- you Hru wcfcomwl to coaie
to tlfejH'rvIces of 'this chHrch oft Sun.
days ami its services ob the other
alhU. if '
Tlh? ladles yfc vrfeome tot.vall
theialveti ifffne ret"1xaa'. "" (t1
he wnfiee Ikjiub are: '
i wwiiuaj. r 7
.U:I a. m.t Monday- 5Viioolr. .
T.W a ilrahlnKw - '
(S'.IK) U. Ill
r. ti-M Vi "7 Prayer 3ilg.
"8 ;) ?. (Jhoir Prwctlee.
y v c' -k.-i-' n.
edxjp4te "th tsjwiaere&I flak Kan-
us Ot;r twt tetNof Jtanrvnut sk
general clean-up." Draw the curtain
lu your windows decorate them and
keep them closes! until the Fifth.
Cause your alley ways to he c-lcaucd
use a little lime clean those gutters
uut In front. About decorating-
would -not It be great if each business
house would try to outdo each other.
Try to have a prettier window dis
play thV( your ctfiwiefItor show In-
genuity clevcrnesH ami iass. Dr.
Hall . Is clwliman of the Cleutvhp
CoBiinlttec and wlHhclp you ami idau
with you If you mstl his serviced CaU
''I him-up ilml dsk his advlee. Cater
inio me spiru oriiK iiiing.
mi imniM rtn -rABn mi Ta bbv &
rmsw 'ME.im w jr- 1FPwi""i-
HP lim M3kflB"lfcr- ttMl Ooun- IKHMft ft (inaWj
try Juttf.ftfeMrlittr-fttf CT6 was j hm beny 'pfiee fi
. - -J1Jrf- ..li'j-'Ji" . C. ' .
r-pw- eu-'w rwit; a . WJ pvrciWM
'.HMrry and ijorrs Heilalck former-
ly of &icu)m' TVxao lwe oiawd a
wlwle.'fsl'f pnsfnea hiHis at the iyirth-
west corher oC Court A'veiiue ami Klw
"sireet. Tm& two'meii iliavu lafiivin
the wlwlefsle- produce business for
'fmr yrte at tk'ulnoaml say thnt
Itwr if gfve the merchants of Rtwek
wrtilitt Mcvk and tuHlty. ThVy
t1 ' ft a Li it. ' H
Ah tuck way cow
twmt yiHir rtaHr
"A little fan. now ami then
Is relished by the best or men."
The city tuts arrayed Itself in cele-
bration garments and the big time is
on. Never la-fore in the history or
Mrcekcnrldge has there been such a
gala time and the ten tlays of fun.
frolic and frivolity will undoubtedly
outclass any celebration that has ever
taken place lu Stephens Comity.
The largest town lu the l"nlted
Klntes heretofore without a railroad
has gained Its objective and has al-
ready started forward ou Its journey
to the pliinaeics f success and pros-
isrlly. 'ehe cinder spitting smoke
coughing steam eating monster has
started on Its dally routine of stop-
ping at llreckenrldgc the oil hub of
the State of Texas.
Growing ut the rate of one thou-
sand persons a month since the first)
of the current year without the aid
of a railroad. Is the record or this
progressive clly and It would he folly
to even attempt lo calculate the Kip-
ulatlon by the Ilrst of J miliary 1021
Fifteen thousand jiorsoiLi Is the con-
servative figure given out by the
Chamber of Commerce.
When plans for a gala celebration
were first discussed by thu members
of the Chamber of Commerce II was
decided tliat If It were at all isissi-
ble a carnival company should he
secunsl. (Jiieiles were sent out lroad-
cast and several replies received.
been sentenced to Aleath were taken r' always has and will con
ENHHtlTlON OF MANIA'
ART IIKRli ON dd'LY 5
Noted Uorl-s Will Compete Ih SeMtk-
The rumor Ibirt the JtrVekcnrldge
American published In their last .sum
concerning some boxing exhibitions
that will be held here during the
celebration on .Inly nth I ve been veri-
fied and the American is In u posltloa
now to make definite annouaceraent
of the different boxers that will fiar-
ucipnic in i ne exiitiiltious. It. A. Aa
urns matchmaker of the t'llloa Socla
ami Athletic Club of Ilrccken
Mirit. ... it.... .... ......... .?
.... un n null. IIU UAH'IIKe IIHH "e f
.iniiiii in piviiii' uie uesi uoxiiig laiCf
flf tllli SlllllltllM tll l... ! .i'U""
main event will he for the wcv r!u-
welght championship r the mtuuti
Vest. ngisl all
Mohnny Fleming from St. I.. .ifl
nil ' nf tin ImhiI In !!.. l & " " niu
matchisl his skill nmiliiat' J7"riW
ton. the world's wclterwi
plan and for 15 rounds .If
lug the St. iouls favorite
llrlttou the contest of h
numerous are the opponi
lug to mention hut
Plume may rest assi
time Fleming x.rtlcl
contest tliat bout
to the trenches tin
whip the Kaiser
mention. As 0
for his country
for the public
hut aNo in
pated In t
pion of ihhl Picture
ii ml then
lllH-W -S. r
f ti a mm
l-af.'l eltllei o'i
IN . H
J JLiodger 1
I - IVB
I ' M
I mtmmrn tj . IJkU
itinee 2:30 to "ro
Kl I 'ii So hi."
Will Invest Heavily irt the Rreckrn-
Twenty-nine brokers business lyul
professional men tuude a isrsoniil sur
vey of the nnrkeiirhlgcrlleld Mon-
day. The )iarty under the dlreiilou
of James llurton Glenn Sr. came over
from Hanger In eight cars. They 'came
down from Chicago on a sptsdnl car
that Is still lu Hunger uow waiting to
take them hack r.ftcr they have seen
the most marvelous oil field In the
world. These people urt contemplat-
ing buying iirt of Tlie interests In
thu 1KKI acres owned by Mr. Glenn.
The party went out to the Goodwin
well that Is doing so good and were
conducted by Messrs. Walker and
Caldwell both gentlemen telling of
the marvelous progress of the Ste
pl'iens county IH-ld. They saw lhe
Goodwin spray a ' goodly amount of
oil and at Mr. Walker's suggestion nil
droye to the top of u hill a quarter
of a mile away. This commanded a
beautiful view of the north field whr.-
dozens of derricks stood In. umjestic
array anil an eveiiuu of them on each
side of the Crystal Falls Ito.ul showed
up as pretty as a picture. The pan-
orama took In a great number of the
heavy producers each being pointed
out to the visitors
After a time hi the field the party
motorisl hack to the city where an
informal liaiKpiet awaited them II en-
tile audience of the twenty-nine people
from Chihigo-aiid many local people
were addrcsiasl by Messrs. Calduell
The ChlcugoLniis were .Mr a'hcj X
James llurton Glenn Sr. and
daughter. Mary and Itei'vtua 'J:
lturton Glenn Jr. Dr. H.
C. W. Jvi'iiu Gceige A. Kcjinely
Matls-ws W. II. 1-k-oMIidd It.
11a David Tllr; ClwrlkBlaelj''
Glenn Tlualore KlworKf -Dttekett
W. B. RIchArd y'
w.' ii. ding. Hayvy r HwMJ raft
nls George A. Pay "ffiftr flio
Mr. nod Mrs. W0N$l flelijs
the Misses yU A' unnpt
G McGrath t'JttTA recelv
The Htafr c
an (MI liCdgeiSS
iia M. m' ojI '
Worth for Jfl home; n worn-
Tlw ml T1 horttijf; ft"'! a
tlnue to have the name of being the
eieaiiest. oil town In the United States
and Inorder to retalu Its. splendid rep-
utation It was theii decided u select
ii well n-eiiiijmrndcd oihilval com-
jwiny.' At'tcrsoiiic deliberation and
euuiiuerubie linestlgatlon The Clark's
i renter nnowa wi-re contractetl fo4f. i . ry .'...
ight 7:00 ;-
i mr in.-UL'iiL ul lllOS WHO II1
not nlrcndy vlsltisl the can
grounds a brief review of what
are doing Is hereby given
Professor Cook's Circus Sh
and Museum aboulil lu. m
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all. young ami old. The
or of for-
lioine In CI Paso
m a wivik mid Ids
is still undaunted.
o Is now gidug to battle
nex .vnrhl. and ciccts
offerlnir Is inudc un if
curiosities and luuiLstroiiltiMHt11 A"v)"" M l'eniinhent
. ....... -.. Vyhlenci-
iroiu mi sections or tlie
It Is difficult to timtt
complete show with
theatre can be transpi
to town. This Is tn
. ue snow neautirul .own us the Sells hill approved by
chilly to the woineV ifiid children. Widen? Wilson June fi. 1020 all
Ml WAR TJTKANS
7 GET SEl'.YICK PENSION
fy tlie terms of 111 Act of Cln;
There s illso aad athletic show. iflT. yi. nerveii ninety days or
tnrlng Joe A'.fpky .ddeV 3 VWg Z JuX K
w;estler aiu. clhhnant of xM War with SlJ "the IMidUpInu ln.
weight champIoiiHlilp of the fJu- "UrrwUmi and the China relief ex-
states The wrestler Issue'."11" PJ'dltlon iiud who have been honor-
lenge lo all comers r(.etUP"''lv u y s-''r"l therefroui. ami who
- . zsz aj fs i";::i;. ssurrs&ir
or a professional ami if"i this disability of u ihthui h. i.i... -.. ...
a In tho
iy imin wno accepts r j
i tiiitiniku .... .i... .s sit
utch. paying the if Hriu be-
.l a iwUmim.' f uduiliiihtru-
Auother fea' "4
in one ;f t)Cf TO
manager of the
I IIIUSI Hifi
ni... r....i 9
In ml" 11- A'
lev" thi C" lr"n:lt "I a ro'
lory. X'(fnt I't'ilrthahle fruits iiud
TbAjtnui Hanger .Monday and
est the yards from the car.
Hjijiiciupinung DiilliJUig a house
yn putting in truckage at once.
yards Tuesday umniliig were
h. one load or Imnher ono coin-
string oC diilliug tools four
of lee one of Hour six cars ho-
ugliig to the Clark's Greater Shows
mo of produce and tins lust belouglng
hi i mi Miuioaii nuiKiiuMcivw ns um-
ferlal c:tis and living iters.
FIRST. fSTUlNO OF TOOLS
.ARRIVES OVER NEW ROAD
Tin) first strhrg or tor13 tQ arrive
over the uuw raijeoad -iiue In .Mon-
day from Jukchamqu for (hti Hangar
Cidivoli.01l and Ga C6- Tho coiu-
ltK ...lit li.t .
i.....j ii 1511111 won; fie onav injoll
their new lpcat(on on tliten ucr on
llm K a jVanl tract JuijjfrO't of the
i..s imiicf i"Lun cindr.i(mkun.
rI0fe lk .' Wlj'lr i&lil iiuu
egr fjntr the r-oinp.lhJ'. linrrlll tliree
n unbiei"nti ; t( (Pu.y
? '' .
not the result of their own vicious'
habits vvhkh so Incapacitates tliuiu
fronr the performance or manual la-
bor as to render them unable to earn
it supNirt may un mailing due proof
bo entitled to rwele a pension from
date of filing applhath lot exceed-
lug .$:io per mouth and not les than
?1-' per month proportioned to tho
ilegn-e of liOllity to earn a suppyU-
It Is also provided that pension ma- "
ho grunted to such petrous 011 au-' X
eouiit of age ami length of servk. "
at the following rates To one who'
has reached the age of (i years $ij
ner mount; tw years ."Sis j.r motitli;
r2 years ?!! per mouth; r jeitrs.
5.'Q iwr month.
it Ik aim provided that all pr
nuns. i mum- iiauie.s are on uie peustoti
roll who whilo in the hcrvlee of the!
I'tiltiui UI..I.. . v .... ..TJ
liilf Corps and' in the Hue of dnry
shall have buffered a specific dN.ihlll-
ty. may bo milled to pension as fol-
lows; Los.s or one (mud or. one fool
or total disability of sane $00 per
mouth; lo.-s of "arm m or nhovo tl
how or leg at or above knee or totil
disahillty or wnne Siw iler month ; loss '
pf tinn at shoulder Joint or leg ut hip
Joint or v hen a;i urtllh-lnl llml) can
not ho used 57 per month; Joss or
oin- hand iiml one fyjd. or total iIIk-
ablliti' 'it fenine $p( put inontli; h
or ilght of both eyes. Mill) por nimitn.
Agtint or rfitorney foi prupating
and prosecuting a claim iinflur said
Act nlh.vtfd not more thun 30 iuj-
nlilo oidy on urihu- of tho Comi.ls-
Iat!ir'ot Poiislons and 1 ..ry-peinon
wliu sJiaU withhold mcv ill In
doMnKuilty of si mSi.neinur and
iTuud Or Iimtriincd
l'l-rJrar hljiiilts will he fiiruli hod-on ty
ro(irtos. ' olv
irt application will lm rpcpijred for
lucreifco qh account .of kj-wIUi d.3-
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