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CELEBRATION D.IEY EDITION
VOL 1 Ne. 8
BKECKENRIDGE STEPHENS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 8 1929.
TOM L. BXTEK Owneo Editors
BRECKENRIDGE LAYS ASIDE
HER SWADDLING CLOTHES;
BECOMES A REGULAR CITY
Ilreckcnrhlge Ih in the city cla. i
By action of the city coraraiftslon.Jn
feaeloH Wednesday evening. Ih aeloi-
tWn of a resolution vlttnjc the aulhorl-l
th under which the action wan taken'
thin authority being t forth In Art
Ttt revised statutes of Texas the old
ytcenxtratlon under the boo imputation
law was annulled and the provisions
at the towH or city incorporation pro-
rw wcr accepted and the corporation
I'erlared to I- in thy higher cla
with all the right iiwers prlveh'gcs.
iai!HHiiltleMi)d francHlse conveyed In
The elwnae Into cU.v class In. ef foei-
io with signing of the resolution byi
the Hwjof' and secretary and Ming
with th? coHHty clerk.
Relative to the taking In of the-J
mrrBHmllHK territory It van (tedded
t retake the vote of the iiuallflcd
xetent of such n li tIcw of the
fact that there are complaints that In
the llrst enHvawt mime who wen; epial-
Med to veU'lll Hot le the oppor-
Mmity and othera urn claiming; the
ffanchtoe about whom arc iiiichIIohs
if right to w express Ihei-sclrc. The
lete wa.i taken before by circulation
aT paper setting forth the jmrpow of
the expression and wlM very few ex
c-eptlea It wan thu will of Uie lMsipl-
in the territory to come Into the clt.t
wed to he part of It.
JtCHtlrMttotioa of the iiajmr will he
aKHle a moor as pohlc and there
are m. doubt hut that It will receive
jm orl rwhelmlBg majority of thoe
awalUies) to thiM reglMcr their ot.
Mvsimm Miu.ios ih)lkks
i RfTV'KNL'K I'AIII IN f KXS
Mf Th AwKKrlatrtl Vnf.
ASOTIN. July S.Ih lM.Int of elf-
'? ttfHc of A. . Walker rl-
krtr of internal reeiie of the Tetati
fttkrl dlKtrk-t. thuUI fourth aiuoi:
1$w Hlxly-l'iHir Intenwl ivveuue oftlct-t
Wt tM coiintry acrordlux to u ri-mrl
ftTlrtl hy the Texan "Iht-'tur twin
the Internal Hevi-nuc llureau.
Tho threo ntno IihvIiik h letter
ratlBK tlMii. the Austin rl!kt the n-
pert showed to Ih hjucIi Hiimllcr. Dur-
laf tire pant year twld Collector Walk-
r tlM Austin olTk'p Ii.ik collected more
thari one hundretl million doling
When it Ik undci-tood lie addiil tlut
the greater ort!on of Ihlx waK col-
Wterf in waall .atoountH and liuinlli-d
hy a larft' number of etaploycH It Ih
ponwlble tu rcHlIze the reDiMiuxlhlllly
twKlHK tipun the collector of Internal
MAY (IPKKATK K-I)I(S NOW
By The Aawclated l'rc".
' vTHJICA.Or-July K.-8ihv the kv
mwont ban on amateur radio outflta
Wm niled lant Octoltor H7i! amateur
ittattena lutre been opemnl in tin: Chi
rpM dhrtrlct coniprlHlut; Illluoia ami
4avk MHlKbliorlHK iUtet 'Hccordlug to
I report Kiit (0 WaHhlngton hy ('has.
O. Kloater VultcHl Htatea radio In
tpevof or tl district. Of thin num-
lr I2 pv in ChlcaRo.
?The real radio fan woulcf i!i any-
thlKf to Ret HHHey eHottkh to buy
hhHo wHlawMfi." Mr. Klonter MtUI
Wm cMaafH tHlpwcjut coat arouiul
ttfk awJ twww of the radio eHthutdarf'
iMM a high aa iTM) for their ap
"jThere. imiI td lc ileuiaiid for
iiJuHBerckl .opera kr hut wlHce. the
aiwilcur operaior have IncratMd Ih
Mth laftte Hwhera the nuwher of Of
(kratoM aklaK poaltlon excWda the
AirrKeoiiaKD to manky
;xJhH? T." BhJhp aad Nia"K.iiKhe
iv mcn4 th pHrpr ' penalt 'from
Wty( Ctorkv'Uimt tu Joty Ih 1w
WmcU W watetaMmy
' $r MiU)v OAL'MMe IftHlod daria
ihi;aHt two g.
t ' 1 ( ; - '
' nw: m mm jhmq
lNi iMlth hV arrival bc'-SMOk-
v'pyifce We l city.' Mr. i wi
' wLVhtMlnt oC etnHm oa. the
Miry IWh WJW.w.'r IhiIHHb 1h
. YUNG MOY ACTfMt
4$ t r
A lxtvHky'a-old baby 1 nd bi
' wYonil cew Ih I-jeked t4te" t"
y now owrnw- At me kihv
tfepaiwiotiMl iarriHf' T-Htnt AekJ. the
tSmmihh BerMtwrdt. Vh& vte wlte
tomnator M is ymmmt' tint air-'
jr totpd mtntur Hw '.
.1 . . On .
f0UT WORTH July .Operator
In "ltt T'XH i'nliudli have been glv
. .....K..M e .n.u. u-ii .. ...
in umuiniiiT ui nouif rciiei III Uj
mutter of eaMlag xhortage according
to late report. Thla It la paid would
indicate that many of the teat wells
iow drilling there will noon be rushed
A few well In the Panhandle terri-
tory hae 'reached a depth of 1MMK)
lect or more and neve ml have been
held up on account of the ahortage
of material. Among the leading op
em tor in the Panhandle are Jleneilum
and Tree the Prairie Oil and Ous
I'oniiwny. the Texaa Paclllc (Vwl and
Oil Company the Humble Oil and lt:-
tilling t'omjiany the (loll' Production
('onitany the Texa Company and
HALF MILLION 0A8 CAKH
Ity The Aaaoclated Prra.
AttRTIN Tox. July JvTwo lliou-
rand and nlxty-flre motor chicle
were reglxtcred with -the State High-
way DeiairtBient during the paat week
this bringing the total registration
Mince Jan. I 10-0 up to 4(J0U.
Registration of motorcycle nitnilwr-
l .'l.r7r: (lealm. 2.n.t: chautrerK.
1B.771. Transfer niiBilK-ntl 72.4S5 of
vhlch y):si wen n'glstere! during th
I'KCAN (KOI FAILURE
Hy The Aociatef 1'rc.
IIALLINOKIC Tex. July 8.'-- The
i-an eroji In Mil section I practical
ly n fa Hun1 ai-cordlng to growers.
I-ite frost heavy ruin and hall
stcirmSj which lK?atjhj young iiihV
rrwH tin? tree are uwrlbwl u the
tuuiH' A uiiiiilMT of carloads of pe-
eniiir'are slilpiM-d' from Ilallluger dur
ing giaal crop seasoH. hut grower de-
clare there will not be a single car-
load this jeur.
AWAY IN FORD
MAKHHALU July S. Marshall wat
Martlel (Ids morning when it wa
learned that an Iron safe coHUtiiilug
nlKiut $l.t(K lMd Iwn atolen and
hauled Rway from tho Kuntly Kitchen
ou West Austin street some tbno duf-
iug the night.
The place aa (ilten-cl after 11
o'clock. The safe was trucked out to
the near tower and loaded Into a
I'ord car and carried to the weatern
IHirtloii of the city and rilled of the
money the roblx-r leaving $8(1 in an
cnvcloito In (heir baste. One man lmn
SAX FRANCISCO JUly 8.fHipiort
of the Republican party "with a candi
date Htamling four-piurc iiikiu tho
platform" I the iIy cjlmlce "left thox
who believe In safegiwrdlaK. protect-
ing hhiI pn-servlag oar Americanism''
84Hator Hint we W. Johnson of Califor-
nia declared In a statemeHf at hi
Palo mnto reoerecTS
KORT WOJWH.-JHly 8 Seaw in-
t((rfMt4;J belag Wmwr. Ih tho lKaibllI.
tlcrf 8d pfdM&Ht In tb extreme
tMMrthweatera fMtrt sL Pale Pinto Cewi;
fcy. here the Katwwl IedeIQ and
KelialHff "CiMHmay reperta k had 'a.
jrsI Mnd. Ih Kh CaeteMe wel. The
Ma waa louau ai zm seefana hub
lWu al4Jt---l --"-fc- tnifnh il-B-t Ub.
- U---.M- - lAirf 1li u 'fuM 4laA
PrWVrnPra; VII IWrl PVHB MWH li vin IIT9
well Ant? yvtyaratiewi'Vro heks- Hade
to 'tot ttit.tbl aiuMi; vThe Weil to paid
(e be showlmc.a iwmII awouut of
WJY BLK. (!ATB
C li. IWhlwabH W. X. DBiilwd
Uwd T. P OamphelU three iutllHC
.rouiMC nte irma Fort Worth have
purelMwd the UUii 6f fram Hewer
A. Pe i will take charge of "the1
RAID ON STILL
IS RICH HAUL
FOUR MEN TAKEN AND MUCH
LIQUOR (SEIZED OK DESTROYED
Arrwt Mack) hy Way-land Oflker
Still Wa in Meimtaliw Near
Four men an auto load of liquor a
whole dlstllllag QHtfU and various aivl
sundry "evidence" of manufacture
and mIc. of intoxicating drinks were
brought Into Ilreckcnrldgo Wednesday
evening by Sheriff Scar and County
Attorney O'Connor assisted by a suf
ficient force of deputies. The four men
arc lodged in the upper room of the
county Jail and the toG7.e and ottt'tlt
an Imlgcil where thlmty indlvllna!s
will ilud It Imrd to penetrate.
This Is the biggest capture of moon-
shine outfit since tile law said "Thou
shall noL" The capture wa made by
Justice of the jeaee A. .J II. Hodges
Constable Van Horn and Deputy Sher-
iff Sullivan Word was sent the sher-
iff to come and get the prisoner ntul
the outllt and this wa done.
Tho still wa located on top of
brushy mountain Itctwinm Necessity
and Wnybind. Permanent camp liad
Iecn made and complete outtlt for
manufacture of "Choc" leer even to
machinery for putting on the patent
corks wu taken. Two wagon loads
of the paraphernalia 150 or more gal-
lon of the brew destroyed on the
ground or brought In a'C evidence and
iuantltlcs of general supplies consti-
tuted the outfit which had evident
been in operation for some time. Tin!
miithod of getting lb.-Juice to the ul-
timate consumer were not learned at
time of capture but examining trial
1 in pnigresHvUH the American goes to
pre. It la evident that the retull
boot-leggers wen- largely supplied
from this titlll mid there Is some cyl-
tleiiiT of It Itclng haudliMl in Hrcel;-
.More anitc are exis-eted to fol-
jowv LhV Ijhiuj"Tihi ' CUi ejtta -aprf
while thetaeiOH) fa'r'Ir." custody an'
stranger to the most or tho people
then: may be numes more' familiar to
figure In the affair liefore It Is entirely
Iti'cckenrldge Texas July S. 1020
Isn't It about time for the Independ
ent oroIucer of oil in uud around
the Itrccki-nrldgc field to get togetiier
for their mutual protection? They
should not organize with any purpo.se
that might tie construed us a violation
of the autl-trust law "but there are
Mime glaring outrage that the inde-
jH'tident producer and smaller com-
panies are subjected to thut might lx
avoided If they should piuvcut a solid
It I a well known fncl'tlmt Jlreck-
enrldge oil Is not. selllug for what It
Is really worth ami the u-a'son for this
Is that the Independent I really de-
iH'tidcnt on the larger couiianIe who
reully make the market for oil. If
the Independent could get together
they would uol have to violate the law
lJn order to 'raise the price of oil but
'they could get together and ereat- )i
luvw market which In Itself would
automatically by competition raise the
1 rlceof oil.
The Independent are at the mercy
of ho big pi in' lines and If thily slieuhl
form an association and have their
own pipe line and get their prcaluct
to market they might by able f K1
better treatment. There are many rea-
son Inside the price of oil that would
be of Interest to the smaller companies
producing oil wliy they should come
together and form un association.
The Clwinlajr of Commerce would be
glad to cooperate with tho oil coin-
panletTaml form an association for
mutual protection and we Invite let
ter from various companleti expres-l
vivo or their deaireu. u you win wru(
tu abeat the proposition awl lsdlctc
that yoa are lHteroobed tu It we'wll
take the liberty of ealllma meetlHg
for the purpeae ef ' ornAnhjing.
. Rearctary Chawher of CemBterce.
THK CASTLEMAN WELL
IScrther work to being dene on the
Caattomaa wall the -well cloae apto
bmriniwo and of eapectol iHtereet a
"briaglac la the town oil pool. The
driftera are-pmbiHg arouial in the
hottem of thfl liole to try ami Inorease
the oil flow. While a paying well a
it flow at prcwent tlte owner think it
aWoUI get hack Hmewhat nearer te
It 'dWMoiwtratMl capacity aa ahewu
for aotue tluc after It waa shet.
TIME OF PEACE
PLENTY OF HURRAH BUT VERY
WcWc ef Celebrating Yields Prnctlratb
No Crfet (&c the Mills of the
CarnlVhl lime ban not been produc-
tive of law-breaking. The town hn
lieen remarkably free from rowdyism
drtinkencs fight and such usual ac-
companiment of a big crowd out for
n gowl time.
In Justice Castlemau's court there
have la-en filed but few complaints.
Scleral of the hoy way out In the
brush came In and pleaded guilty to
naming charges paid their line and
departed for their places of work. A
number of arrest were made for al-
leged crap shooting down near the
American office but then wa Insuf-
ficient evidence of gaining to coin let.
The carnival grounds have not yet
breecled disturluuice. good-natured
crowd goes there attends it money
talks and laugh loud and gets back
to the sleeping place In time for rest-
up for the next day' work. Good
order good cheer and good entertain-
ment have so fur marked" the courM'
of the big show.
It Is a big boost for Dreckenrldgc
that she can entertain so many peo-
ple from everywhere during a twrlod
or excitement aud hilarity and get by
with practically no disturbances.
COX COMES OUT
FOR THE WOMEN
DAYTON Ohio. July S
James M Con the Democratic cnndl
chito for President thday vxpres-ejl
his opinion that It Is the duty of the
!iilJWiltur5 jo nidify tjir
wonTuu' stifTrage auic-ndmcul liiTtue-'
Tl Democratic candidate's express-
ed view on suffrage rutlllciitluu wm
coulJilmHl In a telegram replying to
Frank. J. lnney chiilrmau of the
Democratic state centiul committee of
Louisiana In wlilch he wa asked to
express hi views to the assembly on
latllleatiou or the fcdcial suffrage
PKOIIIItrriON PARTY -..
CONVENTION JULY SI
rlly The Assoclnteel Pre.
CHICAGO. 111.. July x. -Now that
prohibition Is here the fate' of the
Prohibition parly will come UP for de-
cision at It regulur presidential con-
tention In Lincoln. Neb. July 21. The
prospect at present I that the partv
will put a presidential ticket lu the
Held again this fnll. Virgil G. Hlnshaw
chairman or the- Prohibition National
Commutes sulel today.
"lloth the Ite;nhlielii ami Demo
em Me imrtles by omitting u plank
endorsing the eighteenth ameudmeut
h.ive dismally tailed In living up to
the standards demacdiHl b the Am-
erican pts.ple In 45 states." ald Mr.
Hlnshaw In a formal tn '."incut. "Wi
of tho prohlhltlon jmitv consider it
Incumbent upon us to maintain a party
erganixuthtu to give- expression teethe
uillliou of dry voter In th. country"
SEVEN HUNDRED HARREL WELL
TO THE SOUTHWEST
DALLAS July 8. Accoidlng to lute
field report the Aetna OH Corporation
of Dallas recently fonned by the mer
ger of the Eastland Oil and Jtcilnlug
Comitany and tho Republic Oil Com-
wny ha braught lu u 700-burrel well
In the Ilreokecridge imhiI Of Stephens
County extending the imhiI slightly to
the Southwest. Thee well' lias not been'
eocipleted the drill having gem only
twenty feet. Into the pay at a total
depUi of 018r feet
'According1 to 'report the well Ih flow-
ing naturally no shot having been
placed In the hole. The weH M on arf
Ighty-acre tract of thu company and
poyeral other welto are to lie drilled.
ft to announced two additional well
will be started at once.
TO JOVE FAMILY IIEMS
- V. II. Nelson of Waxaliaebn ha ao
ItiiM1 iKwltton in ih-. grocery dc-
trtieeeat of the liryant-Iavue Co.
Ktore" and 'will move hfa famfly here
lo HMhcy their home a won atr resl-Uen-ce.
Hartertf can lie uecured.
A ceHtlH(wtlon of the pract(e;o of
pHervtha rbat wa vcd during the
war wiM help to win the Hght'te I6-am'
lite ceM or" HvlHgX '
WEL IN TOWN
VIRGINIA COMPANY STRIKES
PAY IN LAKEVIEW
Olficial Gauge Not Yet Known Hut
Ffa a Good One Lot Owners
Another big nil well for the City of
"The Virginia company well In Jike
View addition came 1n jesterdny with
ns line flow -and as promising u future
as unybody could ask for. The Initial
Pow was estimated to bo around U(KK)
barrels pei day hut olllclal gauge -not
jet applied. A steady flow of oil
marked the come-In.
This ell Is In the western jmrt of
the city ami It Is one. of four de-
signed to be drilled on the tract which
has been sold for home building jmr-
Ise aud is largely built up. A fea-
ture of particular interest is that the
lot owners share In the royulty and
with such production this will amount
to n nkv dividend on their Invest-
ments. OLDEST KMSCTRIC ROAD
NOW BEING JUNKED
By The Associated Press.
CHICAGO. III. July S. The oldest
electric elevuted road in the world
according to local accounts has re-
cently been Junked here to make way
for more modern methods. It was a
freight line In the plant of Armour
mid Co. at the stock yards. Previous
to It construction In Wl2 a steam
elevated road had been tried out. New
York city hud started lu first elevated
load lu l.SWI-7. The llrt menus of
transportation on that line was cable
The. Nev York line inn until 1ST!
ami then broke elown flniineiii1lv..a-lrr
-". f - - . -!- ' - -- ..rft-J" J.
csume-d In 187(1. Chicago later began
bnildiiig a steam elevated road con-
ftructlnii starting In Dih ember. 1RM1
On June ft. 1M1 In gooel senhon for then
orld's fair r the ueU year the llrst
ectlou was nut lifto 'jnerutlon
Three jear later th. llrst elee'lrle
iwasenger elevated In Chicago startesl
and this was probably the llrst of the
kind lu the country. The freight ele-
n ted at the packing plant had then
three ye'iir?. ocriitiou behind It.
The pucker clewntcd was Installed
us the answer to greut congestion fol
lowing ou delivery hy truck in the
plant. Andrew J Khlllinglnw the
company's first superintendent of elec
tricians worked out the elevated idea
lo haul food products' from railway
yards to plant ami back again. Tlicrc
were' sown trolley e-urs Ji.riO trailers
and tJirec mile- of overhead wire and
tracks nicctric tractors have been
fmi ml to do the same work with a sav-
ing of HJ ier cent aud 00 of them have
Imh-ii put in
WILL LIVE IN
"Messrs. II. S. Walker and Cliff Cihl-
well owners or the East I.rerkenrldi'
Mibellvlslon and liyerested .largely In
all the big tiling going on lu anr
urouml Itri'ckenridge have lustructeel
(he luuagers of the East I.reekcn-
ridge tract so the American J Inform-
ed to reserve a certain block for their
irlvate use. The intention Is to build
suitable) home Tor themselves Is ex-
pressed and there to Inference that
fame will lie slurted very soon.
COTTON CLAIMS SETTJJJD
HOUSTON July 8. By a decree
of Federal Judge Jlutclieson. practic-
ally bringing to a close the famous
Corputi Crrlatl fAnaa cotton cxe ?22-
500 in fees Is distributed among those
Who bundled the receivership. Tho
court approved the report of the maB-.
ter in chancery distributing uinong
claimant a fund of approximately
-2G00O0 at a pro rata of about $(ll
per bate of cotton aalvaged from the
Thtr fee distributed are G. C. Mc-
Itue receiver ?1200; AV. J. Howard
muster lu chancery ?2P0O; George
Armlhti'ud auditor $2500 Robert W.
toton uttorney for lecelver IJIjOOO
und l.ockhart & r)ckiurtKlulveston
attorneys for compluiuantA$2J00.
WHO THAT MAN .
By The Associated Press.
POUOHKKBPS1E. N. Y.. .n.Jv . i
The lUUtwlllage of Ilyefe Park blrLV
place and stlmraer residence of Vwnk-
Iin D. ItooseVelt. Akslstant Kccrctnrj-
of the Navy and Democratic caauklatc-
i or me vice presidency received quiet-
ly but with elation the news that Ifcu
favorite politle-al sou had been namce
as running mate to Governor James
Mr. ltocsevelt wan born in Uyd
Park Jon. .'to 1882 the son of Jam.' V
and Sara DcLano. Itoocvclt. He Is a.
distant relative of Col. Theedare-
Koosevelt on his father' side- ami r
Hie Afitor familf through his mother:.
He at tended the ( niton Hchool awl.
wits gmduated from Harvard lu 1JV
and the Columbia law school Iii'l5o7.
being admit tier To the tfew York bin-
In the same year.
He married Anna nieanor Iohs
velt. niece of the late Col. Theodoet-
Itoosevelt ami elaughter of Eliot Booso-
velt. Murcb 17 IfXW. They have Ave
children. He is extremely deiaecrutle-
in his manner and to popular throueli-
out the county
Mr. Roosevelt sprang Into poWCTcak:
prominence In 1010 when he wob draft-
eel' hy the Democrats of the Twenty-
Eighth New York "Uwatorlal JHetricL.
He -a as re-elected In 1012 but iwfcn-
ed hi seal March 17 1013 to apL
the apjioltitment na Assistant tenu
tiiry of the Navy. Ills most fanM
exploit In the State Senate' waa lk
leadiTship of the insurgent who oi-
posed the election of William F. Shco-
hun to tho Unltcel States Senate. After
three months' deadlock Jnine A. '-
CoVman wn eleteel with Mr Hoost-
A few day ago tin
couple to be married
county took the vows
I.'' ." ' 'T "7" w "' r
a ivnl. In town of a colored preacher.
Will. !... f.-M... I I.. Al. . -
who comes to conduct services and t-
organize' a church for lito people about
100 now being resident here so hl&
Itev. Mile W. Ji'tiklns well known
nmoiig the llaptisls and with records
ol gooel churches istnhllshccl at Hung-
er und Kastlaml Is the organiser for
the oil fields. He Is working under
the direction of the State Missionary
Jtuptlst Couvenliou of Texas. At East-
land through his effort n JT-OU
church building was civet eel and at
Itanger a taberiuicle costing $2(KX) Is
In service-. He hope to organize a
church here and to provide It with
a suitable house of worship.
WANTED: A PIED PIPER
ily The Assoelated I'res.
COUPl'H CHRIHTIjTex Jnly &
jllat have multlplhsl wt rafildly be tliu-
Gulf e-oiist district that they are mubv-
aging growing crops according to-
farmers. As it result and entirely
aside from any consideration of health
that might dictate their cxtei'inioatinu.
campaigns of wholesale rodent
slaughter are la-ing organized. Thek
campalgus were Inaugurated lu Kle-
berg con n I At a meeting here fnnn-
cra said rats were eating corn and
grain und gnawing the
bolls from ceittefa phinth.
NEW WELL AT LKERAY
LKHRAY. Texus July a AJux OH
Company' Mattio Haggett No. 1 oaeo
and n Half ihile soutbeaBt of I.trny
wets brought In with a Hhot of (150
quurt of ultro Monday ut a depth of
fj0t Tetr alter passing thrrough 100
lect of black' lima nnej tea feet of
slate. It to making heaelK evry two
hqurn eitimutcHl at least 300 barrelvr
dally production. This well is :00
tcot north of Venielaml OH Company's.
No. 1 which It offuets.
The management bus Becurefl JIW
services of the bet niustelaiiK In Uie-
city to furnish music fer their Masque
Ball to lie given tit Urn SouthsMe-im
vlllon Friday night luly U Tbi'so
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Baxter, Tom L. Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 1, No. 8, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 8, 1920, newspaper, July 8, 1920; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth121880/m1/1/: accessed July 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.