The Breckenridge Daily American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 1, No. 252, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 20, 1921 Page: 2 of 4
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THE BRECKENRIDGE DAILY AMERICAN
WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 1921
JBrccfecitribscgmcnWCARPENTIER MAY KNOCK OUT
DEMPSEY. SAYS "KID" LAVIGNE
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Ilj .IACK VEIOCK
International News Senlce Sporting
NEW YORK April 20. "1 look to
seo Cnrpontlor she Detitp-ey nn awful
So says Ooorce II. (Kid) I.nviguc
who was known at the "plant killer'
(July 23. 1017.)
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Tlio opinion of this once creat bat-
tler Is very Interesting. He knows
what he Ls talking about.
Hut let him tell It: "I've settled
down. My fighting dnys are over but
I'll never ecaso to love the game. .
Dempsey Is a wonderful fighter but
no one knows how much he can take
lie may whip Carpentler but I look
word to sou the Frenchman give him an aw-
Minimum charge 30 fi wil- 1 mot Carnentler In France.
He's the goods. I wouldn't be n bit
surprised either If he 'K. O'ed' Demp-
Entered as J-econd-eln matter Aug-
ust 3 1020. at the postofflco at llreck-
eurldge Texas under the Act of
March 1 1S79.
THE CASING SITUATION
The cut made In the price of Its pro-
ducts by the V. S. Steel Corporation
dixs i it apply proportionately to cas-
ing It ls announced. Neither do the
tuts made by the Independents In ntvrA
The Independents frankly state In
antern market reviews that the com-
panies hftve been making their bet
percentage of profit from the pljie end
of their output and that because of the
continued good demand the price was
not lowered very much.
They Intimate however that if there
ls to be war forced by the trust pipe
is the leading item Into which they
will reach with a big slash. Evidently
they consider the trust more vulner-
able in the casing Joint than In any
other part of its anatomy.
The oil oiomtor Is not urging war
among the Mcel workers but he will
not put anything in the way of their
reducing pipe prices If they want to.
However. It Is amply evident from the
demand for casing In excess of other
steel products and the attendant main-
tenance of price that the steel makers
nre with the oil operators In looking
for an advance In the price of oil and
further btlmulntlon of development
and demand for casing.
sey. He's lighter than Dempsey and
only n few years ago was battling
feathers but mark my word he'll &ur-
prlc everyone by the great showing
he'll make. And I know that Curpen-
tlcr feels sure he can whip Demptey.
"If Witlnrd and Dempsey ever fight
again I look to see Wlllard boat him.
I row the fight at Toledo. Wilhird
didn't train. lie held Dempsey too
cheap. Hut If they meet again I'll
string with Willard. He'll beat him
Jeffrie Was Doped.
"I want to tell you that Jeffries was
doped when he fought Johnson. John-
son might have beat him but those
t.ure thing California boys took no
chances. They doped J;ff.
"They doped me too when I fought
Hrltt out there on May 20. 100i. They
They get a handler to rub holla donuu
In your hair. Then when you get in
the ring your vision ls affected. I taw
two Brltte. They hung it on me out
there in California where the native
sous play the game safe.
"Joe Wnleott? There was sure a
uinu-klllcr and n great fighter. He
broke two of my rib. Not the little
floating ribs that don't count but two
of the big main hoop. He sunk his
hand in me a foot and during the rest
of the fight I thought his hand was
still Inside me. Hut I stayed with
him. He was sure some fighter. I
had broken my left arm three month
before my Hrltt fight. I knew It
wan"t strong enough In such n short
time to do the work but rather than
disappoint the matchmakers I went
through with It. And they had (o
dope me In the bargain. No western
fights for mo If I was still able to take
(Jrcatcst Game in tlic World.
"I claim that George Reynolds and
I put the boxing game on its feet In
Paris. We went on for Yi benefit.
There were many women present. We
didn't do any fancy boxing but sailed
in. The women at flrsh cried 'me-
diant !' (brutal) but they soon liked
It and the cries turned to 'hravos.'
From then on the French public could
not get enough of professional boxing.
"I'm onlyl n spectator of the game
now. Hut It's the greatest game In the
whole realm of athletics.
"I still do a little lioxlng." he con-
cludes "Just for exercise mid to keep
my hand in and now and then a
friendly bout to help out at some ben
efit. Father Time has cnllcd the count
on me so far as the professional game
goes. Hut In my day 1 didn't bar any
of 'em color or weight."
TALE OF AN IMMIGRANT PIP
By th AuocUttd Frets.
WINDSOR Michigan. April 20 -What
nationality Is a dog whose pa-
rents are Irish terrier and (Ionium
daschttnd if that puppy Is born In lkm-
logne? Whatever that nationality K
Mike is It.
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
Notice Is hereby given that I I. D.
Head Sheriff of Stephens county Tex-
as will sell at public sale In front of
the Court House door In Hrcckenrldge
'Stephens County Teens on the 21)tlt
I day of April A. D. 1021 for the High-
way Garage of Hrcckenrldge Steph-
ens County Texas one certain Iligh-
nd Mike ls also the new way Tourist Trailer said properly he-
Veterans' '"K lft nt U'C Highway Garage by one
. . . IS. A. Mof fltt. of the Moffltt Auto
dog brought from France I
eoiniKiiiy .nun riu nous oAs .iiuie
ny MTgoniii-.MUjor rnuiris uciny i;.
mascot of the Great War
a decided asset to the club.
lie can do patrol duty march mi Ills
hind logs "right dross" and "about
face." He will pick out any siieclal
ko1 ball from the pool tabic when or-
dered. He will play hide and seek
find hidden articles and generally
make himself entertaining.
Men of the Veteran's Club swear by
IN THE STILLNESS OF NIGHT
SIGHT OF KHAKI DKOVE
DESEKTEK TO GIVE UP SELF
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
We are now located In the new P.
O. building IIS Williams street. We
nre here to serve the people with flow-
ers will carry a full stock of cut flow-
ers pot plants and yard plants; also
beed. lint If wo should not have Just
what you want will gladly order for
you. Yours for service Swltzer Floral
By International Nrwa Setiict.
MARTIN'S FERRY Ohio. April 20.
There had been a griat Increase In
water consumption here In recent
Municipal authorities were puzzled.
After weeks of probing city officials
belline they huc located the cause.
They assert that many owners of Il
licit stills nre operating with the uld
of water from the city's mains.
The drain Is especially heavy at
night. Formerly it was impossible for
the waterworks pumping station to
keep the reser-olr full without diffi-
culty. It Is uiid the owners of stills let the
water run over the colls for coollug
purposes from ten to twelve hours at a
1020 there being charges against
It nmountlng to One Hundred and
SKty ($100.00) Dollar. This notice
being given under and by Urtuc of
CWK Vernon Saylcs Revised Statutes.
Witness my hand this the 0th day
of April A. D. 1021.
U D. HEAD
Sheriff of Stephens County Texas.
212 NOKTII COUNT AVE.
Aniiuiinrc reduced weekly rales.
Clean Well Ventilated Kooins
219 1-2 East Walker
Heds $1.00 and up. Frco
shower baths. Transients
232 North Brcckcnridgc
ange in lime
W. F. It. & Ft. R. R.
A M. SUNDAY APRIL 3RD 1921.
SCHEDULES AS FOLLOWS
Weed; all sizes from ?2 to 3 icr
set. Hass Oil Co. Dixie hotel.
Genuine Ford front and rear from
23c to 73c each. Hass Oil Co. Diie
HAVE YOUR WATCH REPAIRED
COR. WALKER COURT ST.
1 1 :00
12 : 13
f 0 ::t 1
12:03 Lv Ranger
Lv Jlmkn Ar
Ar llreck. Lv
Lv llreck. Ar
Ar Ranger Lv
12 :32 Edhobby 3 :37
1 :23 Jukehamon 5 :0S
f 1 :3S Ncf f 4 :4U
2:30 Ar Dublin Lv 4:03
A 51 A 51
A 51 P 51
Trains No. 7. and No. S carry through Standard rullman Sleepers
between Hrcckenrldge and Fort Worth via Dublin and Frisco lines.
Trains 3. 4 '
Frisco and M. K.
and S make convenient connections at Dublin with
& T. trains.
All trains make connections with T. P. at Ranger.
J. 51. STRUPPER G.
F. & P. A.
By Inlernitlonul Kewi Ecrrlc.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 20. "Ev
ery time I taw an army officer I
thought it was curtains. Every time
there was a knock nt the door I
thought the Jig wan up. Gimme a pass z
to Alcazar Island lleuteuaut. I can't
btand It any longer." S
Then Wnlter Jean army deserter.
explained his plight to Lieutenant H.
H 5Inrr when he walked Into the of-
flee of the comnndlng geueral. Ninth
Army Corps are recently. ES
Jean was courtmortluled fifteen :z
mouths ago at Camp Eustlcc Vn . and
sentenced to (serve a year In military ;
During that period ho had fled
across the continent
When he nppoarcd at anny head-
quarters and asked for u pass to Alca-
zar Island the local military prison
he was told by Lieutenant 5Inrr that
It- was Impossible for such a pass to be
U Issued. He then explained why he
wished to go there.
Llentenout Marr then Issued the ne
cessary pass and he went to the Uland
'' without guard. '
Br InUrnitlonul Nrvt srrlc.
KANSAS CITY Knu. April 20. A
man has no legal right to get drunk
in his own private home according to
a decision handed down here by Po-
lice Judge A. J. Hervod.
JoMnh Hochos was arrested when
police raided his boarding house. Jo-
seph Folich and his wife were charged
with running u htill while Hochos who
jiollco sild was intoxicated was
charged with drunkenness.
"A man has a right to get drunk in
his own home." Hochos attornoy bald
in defcudlug his client.
"He has nor" decided the court
' I'nder the law n drunken man may
Iks urrested anywhere he happens to bo
at the time. Ho Is not immune from
arrest In hU luirae."
CHANGE OF PROGRA5I DAILY
OLD POST OFFICE FIREPROOF
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XJIU J.1UII IA1UUL
A story of Justice in a lawless town
"The Elephant Nightmare"
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"THE EDUCATION OF ELIZABETH"
The screen's bewitching "Charm
Girl" in.a picture all laughs and
Come and see what she did to aristocracy.
To the Public:
We are carrying a large Cash Reserve to protect our
depositors and we do out owe a dollar. This Bank
is founded on Safe and Conservative Banking Prin-
A5LVZONS OF KANSAS
The Three Big Essentials in Placing Your
Orders for Printing
8 latuaittoiuil Xwi Srlc.
KANSAS CITY Ma. April LH)
Look out rhlladulphla !
Karwas City will soon win away
your title as the "Sleeping Village."
They've Just arrested three glrU here
who stayed up late last night.
Tao girls Anna Chins nineteen;
Emm.i Chins twenty-two; and Jean
Gordon twenty wero charged with
annoying neighbors by staying up late
at night burning lights and laughing.
The girls blamed the late hours on
Miss Gordon's insomnia.
The Chln3 sisters were also charged
with vagrancy until they explained
an Income of $700 a month from their
The North Star Is not a planet It
is a solar star and Its mtzua ls Polaris.
TThe baavlest rainfall in the wotld
ls on the southern slopes pf the Hima-
The Daily American's Job Printing De-
partment is in a position to furnish all
three to your satisfaction
Your Banking Business Will Be Appreciated!
The Breckenridge Banks are as safe and solvent as
any Banks in this Stale. j
OUR OFFICERS AND
ARE YOUR FRIENDS
ROBERT DOUGLAS Chairman of Hoard
0. a BACHMAN President and Director
WILL a JONES Jr. Active Vlcc-rreildcut
J. E. CRANBERRY VIcc-rrcbldent
W. A. WHITLEY Cashier "
W. E. JOHNSTON Asst Cathicr
It. G CAMP Asst. Cashier "" "
A. G. RICHARDSON Director
BEN It. GRANT Director
J. R. ALEXANDER Director
Breckenridge State Bank &
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