The Breckenridge Daily American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 2, No. 277, Ed. 1, Friday, May 19, 1922 Page: 2 of 6
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BRECKENRIDGE DAILY AMERICAN
In both cases there Is unquestion-
ably a considerable amount of sym-
pathy mingled with moral satlsfir-
tlon. Both persons enjoy a. consid-
erable popularity. It requires cour-
age for the movie administration to
banish them. Nevertheless the moral
sentiment-of the public as n whole) graduates of this par's class in th
upholds the administration and re-i Uw gchl 0 at lh VnlVfnv Tpv
Jolccs that it has taken this slop ...
Arbucklo has been held ruIUKmI" " ft mAn who ha8 hHl
of crime by a Jury 'of his equals but j record in forenslcw and oratory ac-
Made In Oratory
By Texas Sludcul
A'STIN. May 17 Among the
that settles nothing but his legal
stntus. Moral vindication Is another
cording to 12 D. Shurter. profe-wor
of publio speaking this record n tin-
thing and th American people hnv. paralloled.at trie University of Texas
a way oi uemanuing morality with
Peggy Hopkins Joyce may be as
pure as the driven mow but shr haj
been Involved In some very unpleas-
ant scandals. It was felt that boi'i
were about to capitalize their notor
if tint Indeed In any unlv.-tsltv In
tile country. The man who ha at-
tained this outctanding word ts Jud
son C. Francis of Austin
He Is flu only debater who li.vi fm
tlclpatcd In more than four i'H.-t-nnd
won them nil. lit ban iir'
Display adrertlsing rales on appli-
cation. Clatisitlctl rata 2 cents per word
per Insertion. Minimum charge 30
Irty. It Is not good for the publlf sented the 1'nlverslty In Six Ipi t.w
nor for the movie business to permit1 winning them all fotii by a uii.ml
that. What this countr want !ti mous decision. Twenty Judgpt otPd
the movie.! Is clean entertainment 'in these debates eighty n of whom
without and unnlensant background otod for Texrs Of these v d bnte
of rcandat to mar the enloment of four were held outside of Te.i i
decent people Cisco Daily News. ' During the five oars of .tun
ilence at the t'nlverslty Mr l-'r. lire
has gained the folltnyiiu l'itir.'-nns
ill! miS : Winner of Wilmot fresh m.n
declamation prize memtH-r i.f tin
champion Inter society debute i an
wlnnei of the Morris Shep.mid iilter-
dlnner speaking contest In 1919:
wlnnei of theA. P llarrett prize for
oesi iniiiMiiuni' (leiiati-r; Mr. rraucii
with Earnest May. now an attorney at
I'ort Worth defeated the I nrwrsit
or i tan at wait i.ake t'lty tiy a
unanimous decision In I !!". with
Entered us second class maTtct
August 3 1920. at the postofflco at
Drcckenrldgc Texas under the Act
of March 1 1879.
mum; TiioruiiT vow. toiuv
Women may be slaves to fashion
but tlielr burdens are light.
What's In n name? Lieutenant
Doolittlo Flew 1200 miles In II hours
In Georgia even the family trees
Our dbjectlon lo a cut-rato barber
shop la that the rate Is usually about
two cuts per minute.
In Iloston they found throe stills
In one home. This housing shortage
Is something1 awful.
Comfort Is the modern watchword.
New Jersey hen" laid a flat egg. She
expected lo ret.
The hardest thing about stayim: in
society is looking hored.
Say what ou' will there?
little shaui In the shamrock.
Koo may bo China's prime min-
ister 'ill's first name Is ubt Cu
AN EN'I) TO WOHRV: llu careful
ft r nothing; but In mrurytlilu by
prayer and mniilicutloii with trmnV's-
Klvlng let yojr re. ulcus l nriJe
known unjo God. And tint peiicn of
tSctl which passeth all utider. t:i:.d'nB.
shall keep our hearts ami minds
tiiroiigh Christ .lM'i3 Pliillppla'is
A ti 7
Shackelford ruunty otflclala are to
be congratulated upon their mob to
Improve the Uankhead Highway route
through that county. And here's hop-
ing that the citizens of thHt county
may see proper to vote a bond Is-
suo for hardsurtarlng that route.
If Stephens County "does not taki
steps and that right early toward
providing protection for some of Its
publle records which are declared to
be in danger of being destroyed iu
case the court house should hum. If
might have occanion for regret.
Whether County Judge Darden's sug-
gestion for an annex Is the propir
method or not something should fv
done Immediately to provide the neo
essar protection. Valuable records
cannot bi replaced anil furthermore
the law requires that they be pro-
This Is the season of the year when
nunurens ot noys anu gins are un-;tn varls anytn)nR to lo witn
lsning uign scnooi Hundreds ot tun-
ers are finishing the lower grades
preparator to entering High Hchool
There should be unusual dillcchce on
the: part of parents ami teachers to Tn. HrecJJcnrIdS Dally American
persuade the boys and girls to go1. 1v-. . ..
on with their education. No one! a authorlle " tho following
knows except the business men how announcemento subject to tho action
Inefficient the average school bo- op ot the Democratic primary of Julji
girl even the eight and tenth grade1 22 1922.
graduate is In the plain cvery-dayl
usage of English and In expressing Ilepreoentntlvo 108 District
himself or herself In writing. They ALTON E. STEWART
rur isiMncc juugo Willi District:
Carl II. Galloway lie defined th
1'nlverslty of Oklahoma t Norman
Okla by a two to one decision.
In 1921 Mr Frnneis n Ided the fol
lowing Inurola: wlnnei or Hie Evans
prize In oratory John Quald debate
prlw With Jack II. Ill ilock now an
attorney at Marshall he defeated
Columbia 1'nlverslty in debate at New
York City by a unaulmoiis decision;
defeated the 1'nlversfly of Oklahoma
For ('mint) Tax Asfieor:
O. It. SEARS.
.1. D. I.KECII
O. It. COOI'Klt.
T. C. HEFNER.
For County Tax Collector:
GEOIR.'E T. ADAMS
For .liiHtlre or Ivneo: Pieclnet No. J.
.1. XV. CASTLKMAN.
A. E. KEETER.
If people were as bad ns some peo JOHN . JIARTIN.
think the're would be a big short- For Coull Superlntemlent of I'ubllt
ag of angels. i instruction:
. . . C S. LONG.
Doughboys returning ftom the (i- ' (JAR RETT.
Ithlime are fat. Travel broadens one.' :vw- ll'A RROCKAUN.
For Cmistnble Pieclnet No. 1.
"Society Woman Slioots HiiHbaud" I.ON GARNER.
headline. Well; that's more NELSON SMITH
humane than working him to death JOHN XV. KEMjKV
. i For Constable (Prccinco No. fl.)
The seat of our government Is al .1. II. SMITH.
ways holng s:it upon.
College itls arn gradunted in
Jitn; Hut brides start learning.
All good men tire not dead. Fro.n
the suits filed motorists are ritniiimr
across some good ones.
"Cyclones go 585 yards a kmih! '
news Item. Hut hasn't the s.lze of
arojust In the beginning of becoming
equipped Ono of the weaknesses with
many modern public schools Is (he
fact that for some reason or other
the boys and girls come out of school
without knowing very much about
spelling or the fundamentals of good
C. J. O'CONNOR.
t O. HAMLIN.
J NO. V. HILL.
For District Clerk:
It. V. Lauderdale.
H. II. IIO.NT.
E. li. ItOUTH.
I j. II. Welch.
For County Comml.sioiier: '
(Pieclnet No. 1)
R. .1. HODGES (RoElertion.)
I). II. MiGOWE.V.
County Coimiilssloncr Precinct Nc
G. P. JONES:
W. F. RANSDELIi.
(Precinct No. n.)
.1. XV. 1IORTON.
T. .1. SUTPIIEV.
(Pieelnct No. I.)
a. m. mii.ner.
CLE AN LIN KSS
is omi aiorro
IV Esiht Walker Street
The American Legion is to sell For County Judge
crimson popples on May 27th. This A. L. GREEN.
act has more significance thsu onei E. K. (ED) IUTCHEY.
might think upon first thought of it.i T. II. SATTERWHITE
hat does the popple stand for In Count) Attorney
the mind of the man who fought for. SA3I XV. DAYIS
mcrlca and the World cause In the For County Treasurer:
recent great world war And what M. L. MAirrtN.
does the crtmsoa poppy mean? It is E. n. WSBB
a tltttng suggestion for memorial day S. RUSH.
services rocalllng how the crim- J. J. WOHLFORD
son blood of America's syna was spilt! For County Clerk:
on Flander's soil where millions of! "XV. I. HUNT.
poppies blow HEX GRANT.
The poppy which covered the hlll-
Bldes of France and which became a For Sheriff;
familiar sight to the American soldlt-r
while over there now to be sold on
Memorial1 Day occasions in the home-
land recalls the hardships the spilt
blobd and the sacrifices made for
our American liberty as well as the
freedom of all the world
Make ready now to buy the poppi-s
and help make permanent the glor- pgmg
lou3 memory of the occasion und at M
tho same time help tho American Le- f
glon fund for carrylug on Its activl M
CLEANSING THE MOYlEfe.
RRYA.V II. A104HSON.
U D. HEAD: (Second Term).
r H. McGOWEN.
It. J. DWIGGIN9.
New Laundry Rales
Family Laundry Washed and
Ironed at 1'e per pound
KourIi Dry. Sc er pound
Dry Wash. 6e per pound
Every piece of Work Is Guar-
anteed. 3-Days Service.
407 East Walker Sticet
T6 "Fa.tt" Arbuckle is ad.detiBi
Peggy Joyce. Both are barred from B
m .1.. W.H .Ua. nf.it- ..mnrchln T
me movies uj i"'; uc v ..--.-.. -
applied bj' the movie" Industry it-
jelf. through Mr. Hays. And the
public receives the second sacrifice
to virtue as It received tne nrsr
"Kith mi.cd emot!os6. i
HATS HATS HATS
Straw Panama Felt
We Clean Block Dye or Reshape Your Old Hat 8
bave Money by Wearing the Old Hat Another Season
In debate at Austin by n -.innuimotts
decision; and defeated Tuhuio Uni-
versity In debate at New Orleans t.a.
by a two to ono decision.
In 1922 Mr. Francis von the
Woodie Gilbert ptlie for tho best
ENGLAND AFTER KRUPPS
FRIDAY MAY 19 1922.
UERI.IN May 13. It is itported
hero In reliable business circles that
an English financial group is en-
deavoring to purchase n laige portion
Individual debater the Wroo prize In of shares in the Alfred Krupp Com-
oratorlcal contest With Jnm It pa.i of Vienna. The English group
Hamilton he defeated Vnnderbilti offered throe pounds sterling each
Lnlrerslty at Auotln In debate by njfor a block of eight thousand shares
unanimous decision. Mr. Francis hpsi but Krupp wants three and a half
broktn all debating records at l'nl- pounds. Nogolatlons are said to be
vprslt of Texas i proceeding
i wv:irfl(JWl.'-vo.SMA-5---n V
-v j. I.w."i-yv 4
cakes keep fresh
longer. The special
procett of manufac-
ture it the reason.
m BAiriMj n;
4. V mIb
AL "A. .A'f.
fiel bllcaitt 4V
lo chr li S.
Aonttf lolttt. r
RVZON n slow
steady raiser has
home baking in-
surance no bad
luck. You may
mix batter today.
Set in cool place
Al Cooper Grocery Company
PHONE 281 117 South Court Ave.
Corn Starch 2 pkgs. 15c
18 pounds Good Flour $'2.1."
fi nountl Can Crisco t $1.'J5
I Bars White Naplha Soap ' 25c
111) Sliced Peaches in Syrup 2 for 25r
No. 2'2 Apricots in Syrup 2f)c
No. 2' 2 Peaches in Syrup ( 20c
Pet or Carnation Milk small 5 Tor 25c
Pet or Carnation Milk tall lOc
llh Wamha ColTce ;jfic
Ifi pounds Sugar. 1.00
We also handle the Hest Line of Fresh and Cured Meats
that can he hought. Here are a few of our
Prices For Saturday
Hahy Heef Stew per pound lOc
Hahy Uecf Hoast any cut per pound 20c
-We Deliver to Any Pari of the City-
PALACE HAT AND SHINE SHOP
105 EAST WALKER
-BIGGEST LITTLE STORE-
WONDERFUL MERCHANDISE T
Come and Get Your CHOICE as tlie
EXTR VORDINARY PRICES
BARGAINS arc Going Fasl
Kvery pair of Ladies' Sprint? and Summer Footwear has
been marked down for this sale which includes all
Whites Satins Kid Calf and Patents in Oxfords ono
and two-straps also the Newest Flapper Heel Styles.
p3b45 $4bII5 !p5B4$
SHOES THAT WEAR PRICES THAT TALK
Ladies' Two-Slraps-Black Kid Low
Heel and Wliiie One Strap and Ox-
ford? ' $2.45
Ladies1 Comfort Shoes One Strap
and Lace Oxfords soft flexible
GIRLS' LOW SHOES
$1.65 to $3.45
Sprint; and Summer Showing of brand-new creations
copied from the latest successful women's styles that
will tickle the hearts of the Kiddies and appeal to the
paients Styles in One or Two-Straps or Oxfords.
Stars 8 1-2 to 11 $J .65 lo $2.45
11 J-2 to 2 $2.15 lo $2.65
2 1-2 to 7 $2.45 to $3.45
If You Don't come You Miss the Best Bargains in Town
LITTLE TOTS' PUMPS
$1.45 TO $2.15
This Season Has brought forth the Daintiest and Cutest
Little Tot's Footwear we have ever had in our establish
incnt all of Patent Leather in various Strap effects
handturn soles no heels wedge heels or spring heels
according to size.
SHOES THAT WEAK PRICES THAT TALK
Sale Price 89c
Men's Black and Brown Kid
and Calf shoes in the follow-
ing styles of which we hae
over 1000 pairs in stock ant?
all si.es: English St Last
Brouges. Bluchers in broad
and high toes all going out
at Prices never heard of.
Shoes That Wear--Priees
Black and Brown in English and Blocker Lasts.
A REAL SHOE FOR THE BOYS
Black and Brown Kid and Calf in English St. Last
Brogues and Bluchers.
SHOES THAT WEAR PRICES THAT TALK
MEN'S ARMY SHOES
Browiislone uniineri and Tan Russia Arniy Bludher U.
S. Army Specifications all Sizes
SHOEo TH T WEAR LIKE A PIG'S NOSE
If So You are The
If So Y'ou are The
Ill Walker Street
BIGGEST LITTLE STORE
111 Walker Street
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Trout, Horace I. The Breckenridge Daily American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 2, No. 277, Ed. 1, Friday, May 19, 1922, newspaper, May 19, 1922; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth122394/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.