The Breckenridge Daily American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 5, No. 131, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 4, 1924 Page: 2 of 6
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BRECKENRIDGE DAILY AiiERlCAtf
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OEO.T. SPEARS VIce-Pro. & Mer.
HORAGK I. TROUT Editor
Published in the afternoon of Mon-
day Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
and Friday alto on Sunday morning.
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r ast atherwlM credited ta this pa-
yor and alaa tac local ntws publish-
Aay erroneous reflections upon the
efcaraater standing- or reputation of
any flraa areorporstlon which
asay aawr la tao aoiurana oi inc.
AUJilllCAN will ba gladly correctml
upoa betas branjht to tha attention
at tha flraa. .
latere aa aoad claaa matter t
Braekearidca Texas undir th Actj
t Marck 1. 1870
Well SAh1aolp ys
i hope youu tjelner
lHfilPSA LOI OF fllCS
T6V SOLDIERS AHV CmS
AMP SWORPS AH PAX.
THAT KlMPA STUFF "
IT'LL ALL HELP AY '
bTUE GAMS alohg
BIllLK THOUGHT FOH TODAY
He aaawerth and salth unto them.
.... .. ... ..mtm tut film fm
lie inai nmn i .u -
part ta him that hath nou and hf
that hatk meat M him do likewise.
I TEACKGRS BXA3B
' It wna ftaGUae4 la. tka Cauatr
(School Superinteadant'a office thia
! morning that examinations for the
state teachers certificates would be
held In the court house Friday and
Saturday of thia week.
JOOD EATS SALE.
Circles No. 1 and No. 5 of the
Methodist Church will have a food
sale at Gray's Grocery Saturday
bdginning af 10 o'clock.
(Adv. 4th. It.)
culty Benberx ad townspeople of
DntQn a0 Included In thli num-
ber. The Bible classes are composed
ot students of all denominations
and no particular denominational
point ot view is taught. Many
DENTON Dec. 4. The enroll-
ment of students in Latin courses
at the College ot Industrial Arts
has tripied In the Inst three years
according to statistics1 compiled by
faculty members ot tho language
The compilation wni
girls in the courses are planning tot' ' forttnent
fin titrtt n.rt fnrntitn nttadtn
- ; . .ann In an effort to rfuto the com
wuik. iiuucia iruui luriiK'r siju-t.
cnta indicate that practlrally pvory
one is doing sonic form of church
ion assertion that tho study in
Latin in tho high schools and col-
leges is on the decline.
Mrs. C. W. Wise left Wednesday
for Moxla where after remaining
with her husband for a few days I
who 3 spending this month In Mexla
on business for the Texas Co. will EEs
drlv0 on to Sour Lake to remain
the guest of her mother and other
rolatlves until after the holidays.
Crest Saturday Candy
Delicious Orange Slices
at Twenty Cents the Pound
C1K EST .1 10 & !J3 CENT STOItE
STOPS THE COLDS AND
PHKVKNTS COnLICATIOXS '
flelfeC IlcttveH Sim-ilcmn an( Sun
up With New Pcpiii ami Cnlvls
mel Treatment That RcsIate'
Ilver and MU Digestion.
m- n itionA thit hlC L'amD
Witwe.n Breckenrltlge Hh School!
and the Fort Worth Central Hlghj
on the homo grounda nxt Satur-
day afteraoan and you'll nvor re-(
att IL Back th hom team and;
sxt a kjck out ot the gam. that t
you hare nrr gotten before. j
If en could tak a Pep into'
Ihn post offices at this soaron of
th0 yr he would not doubt (orj
a moment that tho postal emplova
ted the additional pay proposed hit
legislation now before Congroes. Tho
pcifM arrrico is vitally important!
aid the niployer as a rh an un-1-drpl
or the real hard work an.
dcwn-i ht .vrvlc they r-nhr.
'UK C. OK C. riM)IUM i
The proposal of President Holder
at d thc Executive Committer of
t GhamlHr ' Conimerc to de-
cide on a program for the year then
adopt a budget and solicit pledges
at one time te suffice tor tho
ficanrlu. trojsram f&r the whole J
year U a vof.hr proposal and will'
dfribtless r elvt the unanimous
support of t'l the tnembera Here-
tofore ont objection many have
raised wa.s the constant demand up
on them brought throughout th
year to dig up' Tin nw pro-
posal will previat th mrcliatit.i
and buint' men from being both-
ered except at the. first of the year
lor th one nubscription. Ami out
ot appreciation for such a propvam
erjryon hou!d contribute more
liberally to th budget than hrtrr-
tofore Th proposal that the two major
object may be to punh the big Ir
rigation project and launch a coun-
ty fair aMooUtloa U another that
wMl reeelvu favorable coiuilderatioa
In thia will nt'cesnarlly b in-
eluded the purchamj of a plot of
ground properl located for a Fair
Park site In this will likely bo
Included an aviation field ball
park and race track an well as
building for housing the exhibit
at the county fair. Any rittzon
who eaa't get enthusiastic about
acch a pfftpaaal luu little enthusi-
asm left Of coir with ihti prom
islntf report already reciived from
the stait board of water engineers
thre will be no occasion for us to
hesitate to continue our nupport to
thin wonderful ProJct. though It
will take time to consumaie It.
THE OLD HOMETOWN
come according to the Rev. Dr.
HXCwtiuMnuAnTTo feio llW CTai- Mfr"- -i
a M V.MO wP WIW WV!R (j.Vxrs MORSCf K '
'' tUBVAMP -TOU fn ST C?- Z J. 'J
. Ac Too err ' lTw6TrccnT no-no ax ) V hc( Y '
ATtCArene. ( mcau iwiutm hcs ! ajts
The old idea of treating colds '
was to merely move the liver ami E
empty the bowels but newer phy-
srological test3 prove that a cold
responds much quicker If tho diges-
tlve tract Is also treated nnd the
only treatment of this kind now
available Ip Pepsinatrd Calomel.
Pure calomel Is gentle mild and
harmless while impure calomel 13
dra3tc and dangerous. The calo-
OF BRECKINRIDGE TLXAS S
Cordially Invites the Public to Attend a
FREE LECTURE '
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE f
m Jndjje Frederick C. Hill C. S. m
Charles L. Ovoratreet executive sce-l
retary. All sessions will bo held
In the Fourth Presbyterian church. mn in p.psiIvated Calomel Is that
j pure. Imported English calomel that
!Vrr.KI! TO HOMII OUTKAOES wIIt not PrI1p' nuate or salivate
I.ISHO.V LIVES i;NCO.VCEKNEI)Ui starts th Hvcr to work VWa
antly naturally and mildly while
I the pepsin takeB care of the undl-
LISBON Dec. I. Lisbon lintfj geared food that les as a porfert '
dlgestant and ellminnnt.
Pepsfnated Calomel is sold and
guaranteed satisfactory by Doweii
Dnig Co. and other rclable drug- S
OF CLINTON ILLINOIS
Jlemlwrs of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother EE
Church The First Church of Christ Scien-
tist in Boston Massachusetts.
Atnrntt rou Hotes CH)KSTori4.w .
KLSCTOrU CCXXP PlnO M& OMS V0 Knew AJFOUt
Chicago. Dee. I - A clearer in-
1923. 16.153 praonH Mght into wo.. eaurprll(.
THE irA.AKl OV THE IllCSIf-
WAV. The statement appeared !n some
i of tlio nrtwpaperr a few days ago
that the economic oks resulting
from autoaiobIN accldenM on the
Ltreeta and hlghwayj amounted to
OO.OOO.0OO a year. This appear
ed in a bit of publicity put out Jn
l.;haif of the cswferenw tnat Is to
Llj- hejd la WaafcliWtOH this wee
Anr th- eJl of Mr Meover to see
k-W can be t aiaH o
Irtreets aad hliway safer or rath-
fV !M irUe-H.
. . i .. .. -.
It may aerv nTtv:
tt t--xt WIM inwn "" "w n"-)
nmmn cmmNKmw ealeaVatlaas
which must more dtuly tnprM
wost minds with tlm urgent uce-
My of doing what thl ronferii.i
hoa ut.dertaki-ii to do One of. turn
i t iliut. in
wata killed in or by nutouiuHlt...
Anot. r la that for the first nln
Bionth of thia ymr about 1 l01il
bud ben killed iudiaatlna that th--total
of fatllulea for thtf ejjtlre year
wilt b in tfxews of 18000. TW
normity ot Clioiir figures 'will b
better Mt by rcaltlit that the
numl.tr n action or died of wounds
in the World War was aO.000. The
total of faUlttieti that haa com to
result from automobile mishap la
already mor than a third of the
total of our lotweH U thu war and
t will not be many years at Uw
pr.et rate of lHcren unUI t'hla
annual Iom of life will equal tha
American Iom of Ufa In the WHu
War. The country waa bonified
by the nr!Hlty of that loss but It
I only mildly disturbed by the loe
of lift resulting from the operation
The number Injured la "Isjca s
placed at 7S.OO0. TruHtwnrtJry ao-
counts of 2172 of the 1 1.000 Tatjll-
tlee thai yoar up to Oct. I sow that
1.8SO of the victims were pedes
trian who had been knocked down.r
1ST rcaiipuHtH of cars In collision! 1
with ou0 another. 152 occupants of
cir that callkl with trolly cacg
hi ui car sirucK ai rawnxui crosii
ings- a fact aiiggmtins that thvl
'ii iT"ius i iet n jmice ot
gnatest dangei CI cara that .had
run Into stationary object. 53 rlTlU y
ers of bicycle run down br autn-T t(T
mobile and 7.1 the occupants of
nulnmoblles that had overturned.
Dallas Newi. r
PUKMIVTEIUANS WILL RAT1IKH
AT CIUCAC'O DHCEMUEIt 0-12
i of VreiyteriantMn ;lntanalflcn-
ion of tcniiitiut in methods and in-
splnitinn of Its leaders for worjt
in the Individual chnreli nnd (letvr
Diinntion of thuL amoijnc of the
benevoleuae builrat for the nluiruh
are ampng obJ.iU of the Presbyter-
ian Conference ta be held hfre De-
The Rv. Dr. ClaranCtf HdWapd
Macartney ot Philadelpiila. moder- even
i or who lad the enntaat nsalnht tho paeen
riieralii in th4 last general. aaaeinbly tuoy say others- where
been the scone of so many bomb
outrages during the last two
months that the ravages are alter-
ing the appearance ot the central
part of tiip city. In all the prlncl-
ml streets there are ruined shop?
:i.tl blackened piles of tone mark-
" - the scen of each exnIoB:on.
while neighboring building shnwi
UaMered windows and cracked '
It is all thu work of cominunlnts
and Just at Present tho strikes
December 9th at 8 P.M.
DENTON Dec. 4. One htindr'd
'and Heveu students are enrolled in
tho Uible department at .the Col- s
lege of Industrial Arts according
to fgure announced today Fa- HilIi(!ll!llllifl!ll!llillW
barbers and waiters afford thorn an : ss
for . this destruction. The s
explosions occur almost nightly and -
cafes hotels and barber shops1 are
the chief sufferers. Dynnmlto and
nltro-glyccrlnu are used. The boini)H
ar0 sot off virtually under the eyes
ot the police. The criminals arc gc
seldom caught. Arrests by the po- :
llco have brought retaliation hi the SEE
form ot aaaaflainatlon and as a rc-'
suit tlie officers ot the law ar. npa- SEE
Tlu activity ot these agitators SE
do not end with bomb explosions. SEE
To them la attributed by the public
a recent surie of railroad accident.
Including n derailment in which
there were 0 casualties
In KPite of the fact that a Lis-
bon crowd nearly lynched two al-
leged communists the other day ar
raetad for e.plodhig a bomb the
1)80 pit of thiH city have grown to
accept them outrages. " They do no
se1lu Interested. Tliere are
where It rains every day.
i will (Mirer tho keynote addrwm. storms are frequent; In Liuhon
Jlortf than 1000 delegates wMI Utere are lall bomb ijutnigeti.
DENTON. T?eir. 4.- Eaamlnation
for the fall quarter at tho College
of Industrial Art! will begin "D-
Jrember lapd extend until Deceni-
lluiv 1 1 nh.lunil Im1lltn urlll lJiV
CHRISTMAS ONLY COMES
ONCE EACH YEAR! '
LETS HAVE A REAL TAILOR-MADE SUIT
AS 1AXMAS GIFT!
WALK A RLOCK AND1 SAVE 12i50
' $40100 Suit for .... K
$50.00 Suit for ..;.... ...... $37.f
WE WLL TAKE ORDERS UP UNTIL 1STH OF
DECEMBER AND GUARANTEE DELIVERY '
THE UNIVERSAL CAR Jje
PRICES REDUCED (
F. 0. B. BRECKEiNRIDCE
Roadster without Starter CI $336.25 J
Roadster with Starter CI ' 403.85
Roadster with Starter Dem 424.65 1
Touring without Starter CI 367.15 j
Touring with Starter CI 435.05 jf
Touring will) Starter Dcm 455.85 W
Chassis without Starter 299.85 j
Chassis with Starter C! 367.45 g
Chassis wdth Starter Der' 388.25 g
Truck without Starter 428.90
Sedan. Fordor 752.15 jj
Sedan.. Tudor 669.00
Coupe 606.65 g
This reduction ljrinjs nil models to the lowest price level in Uie . S
Company's hitBiy. It is made jiossihlc liecau.se of greater efficiency SEE
Bennett Motor Co.
Lincoln FORD Fordson g
Vhu 71 207-09 West Willfem St. TjreckeHridgeF Texas S
until January 2nd
h tmxMwt'ta tmaa4e Jaa of
life Into oaa U dlars. t there
TRY A WANT AD
M 4 JaEPummmttmc.
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Trout, Horace I. The Breckenridge Daily American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 5, No. 131, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 4, 1924, newspaper, December 4, 1924; Breckenridge, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth122856/m1/2/: accessed March 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.