The Breckenridge Daily American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 5, No. 131, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 4, 1924 Page: 4 of 6
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The First National Bank of
FOR MORE THAN 20 YEARS
STEPHENS COUNTY'S DEPENDABLE BANK
H lvK AA ?4MJH
Phone Social or Pergonal
O. K. S. MELTS TONIGHT.
The regular buslm mint. (
tft-iphens Chapter () K . will 'w
I. in Hi Masotile Hall Ui.i ( I
In All members re ursd m nt-
t- mi mikI nr rtsltoi are ctmlhll)
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(JOOli i:T.s sLM. I
I lielea n 1 and No 5 of the
V'Uiodltf church will ba ftr r
Ih at rv 'irncx t ml.
bf . nnlni; at T opIopI
il- 111. I
IIKK 01 I l.fHK
i jinotincml to .. i it . '
n of CI. i In ntMtlNK whiiltil-
for Friday afternoon wif Mrs n. '
Wi'l Jl'ivworth has teen poetponadl I'rle Klkcr tlio pUno tuner i
until nfUtr Chrlstmaa. aomlB aeon. I.aava ordor lit one
-- !at ThomnsnaF furniture Co..
Price Kik.-r tho piano tunr lh
coming soon Lavo ordor at onw.
at Thompson Furnlturo Co..
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W JI. V. TO GIVE
TKA .KT TUKSDAY.
tiaDorate plans aro bolng ndcl0on with Mr. Roger W. Oray us
by member of tl Raptlst Women's ' hosteu.
M.83lonary Union for the tea to bo Mrs. Goonr Kelly led the devo-
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Whoii Winter HqwIjsI
0 V E R COAT 8-
Whvsn the fierce northwest wind is at its wor&t
one of thc'ie bltv.ard-iesisUng Overcoats will cone
in mighty handy. Not only will style fabric ant!
workmanship interest you hut tire unusually low
prices too! T " f f'lTs
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There is a message which
:j bvojulcnsted daily in eveiy
village town and city of this
country. It is a. message on
which people have tuned in.
It is a short message a big
message the message of sue-i
ces3. It is save first saveVl
Save at this Uank.
Items to No. 1 or No. 15.
wn m th.- tie home tf
.-' J Osborne TtKada) art
(turn 7 ;o 10 o'clock
full Attendance t desired foi
the uniunal affntr In the life of
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Irr kter. tne plnno tnner. Is
commit noon. Leave ordor at one
at Thjinitsrx Furniture Co.
i t .
I I f.loN l VII. I RV
Tf MKKT TOMOItltOW.
n important ps'I meiina ' t n
V'iitIpsii l.ealon utlla- hia bni
(allrd to mt tomorrow. Friday
.ifinrnoon at 1 p nt . fit th I.okIi
Hrll at which tlm v"ry memhtr
will be Mipoct'd to be praaant.
HOLDS HllM-:.ss SKSSIO.V
Mambcri of the Alatliean Dibit
1... .I.a Lld T).n.l. O-tn.lnt
i i.iaan ui liiv r itob iMeiiab uuuui.
! School held a profitable hnstut3.
and ioeial session yontcrday after-
tlonal and this was followed by'formance of their duties but oa-j'
Prayer by Mrs. C. R. Shlrar. Mrs.
C. A David resigned as secretary
and Mrs. Klnc was elected to fill
the place. j "Acknowledgment la made of thf
Next Wednesday was named as j fidelity patience and loyalty or the!
visitation day. In some gnines of maiir eniployrs whose lot during the
rhymes Mrs. C. R. Shlrar and Mrs.ar hns been a hard one." says lh
O I.. Alexander were awarded report. "Couriers have In some caii-j
Prf6 e? been killed inland postinaterd
Detiiiittul nrreskintntn wk" ser- n(l their staffs hnve been kidnap-
u to the following: Mesdamcn O
L. Alexander. P A. Nichols. John
rurnr. George L. Kelly. J F. Hnr-
icn. Jumu Knight. (.'. H. Shlrar.
W. V. ThMll. O. I. Ferguson. I.
P. Itlties. J.' M. Cook and E. H
MOI'IIMt OF MIJS. ICATK
WALSH PAHSWS A WAV
Mrs Kat- Ws.lIl whs enllei to
Pmniyl.aiil Tue1ny upon receipt
or if mewngt- stating the sudden malts In due
death of hor mother .Mention is inside of the new tfr-
Mrs Wlsh has raided In DrecU- raiBmi concluded ror tHf pay-
urlde a numlr of years and buna unt of the railways on a space
largp .rrP of rreda who will re- bwll ad tr any C0UrtwI0fl re-
rn h- inl-ortun. Mr. Walsi cXVfi from tIu. directors and man-
was rom.ri' thn off-.. aoMst.uit AKvn ln thp .Ht TH tais ot
for Ur I. .1 R. YounKblood but tlu administration afo also due to
hid Jtist irntly beiomo associated thf PniniailerB of roivlgn mm-
with th. offlc" of Drs. Orover )0n8 -whos(. nsaitance and oo-op-Wo'kI
Hod Wallac- Oulun. oration cont:lbutd most notably to
.. tJ(i favorabc trnnsmlMon. in tiiuoit
li McKlnney has moved his oi-'of .ilffculty. or mails ro and from
'.-. to hit resilience 212 South Mc-'MlP r))(r Yangtxe offces "
r' Avenue at which place h1 1st
ri.irpd to administer all the ""r' i P 1 Qfl'T A ATT "V
r r.t treatments. Will be glad to Hi Ao I JL Ai 1 U Vj ).
vrr nge hours for those having to
vork lat. This place vary conven-
nrt for ladies and children. Prompt
tt'iitlon given ail calU. Residence.
i: South McAinis phone I31-W.
Ad.. 3 & I.) I
MRS F. SI.V v
IIOOTKSS TO TIIK
CATHOLIC ALTAIC SOCIETY
MrS. F Sly wnu hostess o tlw
Tnthollc Ladlti Altar society Tiwi-l0ue
lay aftornoon at hr home on'inga i this faction of the state is
Toutft Ro. We. at vhipt tlr.ie th
ncsnbei-s decided to hold their all
lar aewlntc session nt the home njt
Mrs. J. Herring on West Wil-
Hams stp'-t the date to be nnnoui.c-:
d at the npt meeting.
li was also voted to hold a hi-
ry ale the doflulte time for that
if'alr also to be announced at a
Tho next session will u held
xt Tuesdai' afternoon at the home
of M-s. J. F. Sehwltid.
TTier' w.rt nine members in at-
Kiidnnce at tli mnotiug.
Try tho Shirley Cafe's famous
tnme-cookt'd moalrf they aro mot tnla. but they have not been al-
lellclons. (Adv. 3 & I I together satisfactory.
o ( county Judge Ed Pritchard states
CHIXKM-: POSTAL REPORT that th0 county has been endeavor-
LAUDS KMPLOVES FIDELITY ing to locate the original plans aud
o- ' specifications of the building with
YASHINGTO.V Dec. 1. Amer;- the -view of dcVirmlnlng whether or
can postal officials wore keenly pot the foundation of the building
Interested itt the report of tho Chi- was tufticlent to accomodate an-
ncse post office Just received for other story. He gave It as his opin
the 12th year of chung-hua Mlu
kuo (1Q23). Not only have post-
al coiirlora been killed .a the pr-
x LX. I A. r - a
ti li l
-.WM 11 I I I
(rBkKL V B V 0II yrvm'w" h
i lV .rn
post master hna been missisl? fort It U alre desired to enlarie tlw
?lx ntonths. and his fnto was un-' basement undsrnrath the building
known ""it It Is uoislble to do mi us addl
vd nnd the fate of the postman
ter or Taaoyunir tHupeh) is atlll unj JUdge Pritchard said thof he did
known after fll months-and sc-inot Snow Just what could or should
tlonal inspectors nave encountered
olMicultles and endured hardship
f' many kind being robbed somt-
timeb twice ovr the same Journey.
The administration Is singularly
favored in the quality of the: sorv-
lefts they have rendered Ibr It la
tu tr-rie service? that the extrabr-
d -ry mHty and security of th
TO WORK OVER
Special to the American:
EASTLAND Dec. I. Plans ar
under way for a new court house
for Eastland county.
Th0 present structure. though
of the beat court house bulld-
considered by officials as wholly
inadequate for the county's mxR
The Commissioners Court is con
siderlna plans to h'ave the pretPnt
Imildlna remodeled and a fourth
There is not sufficient ro'bm In
an of th department and is whol
y inadi qttate to house- the ralitiblo
records. TIf tax collector and ag
sec.-'ar's offices are now u renk-d
Roof Too Ifc.-ivy
ilesldaa being tod small the court
house B badly in. need of rCpnc.
The extromely heavy root Is causfn
the walls to iprcad at the top. Ef- x. ; - . "
-- .... .. .j. L ' ...'them here next Satifrday.
forts have been made to re-uedy
lou that If the old ttyle root was
talten off and a modem story could
be added without any additional
mjr7funi & i 5s
weight ou the foHRdattnn
tloual space there Is badly needed
Fourth Floor Needed
It a fourth floor Is added to the
building the inside would have to
be remodeled to some extent and
an elevator put In. This conren-
leucp H badly needed now for the
be done but that it was rather
rk'ky kerping so many valuable re-
cords such as those of the assessor
and collector. In buildings that are
not flro-proof. besides more room Is
badly needed in the building.
Service Shop Here
Tli StjulrJti Electric Co.. dealers
th Standard llatterics and Automo-
ttr Eltctric supplied and located
Just across the street rrom the Den-
ied! Motor Co. have bei'n deslgnut-
eti by tho fload Motor Co. an tho
Dutck ServlCp station In this terri-
tory. Whil the Coad Motor Co.
will continue to handle the sates
out or Ranger for the Uulck in this
territory th Huyres Klectrlo Co.
have ricurtl compiote lino of
Iluich parts and are In a position
to give (iiilctt and efficient service
on the cars. In this connection C.
W. Squyres manager of the com-
pany said this morning that he ha
secured the services or one of thf
bert Uulck mechanics In this part
of the Htale c. A. Foster who Is
known to most of th" IJuick own-
ers In tills city as he wits formerly
with the Goad Motor Co.
They will continue to handle theli
battery and electric repairing will'
the same efficient service that they
have maintained heretofore.
Dr. L W. Wharton has returned
from n visit to his ranch at Tucum-
qarl. New Mclco. Ho reports con-
ditions in that M'ction to be in
Sood shape except some trouble
from thu drouth which I not iptlte
as severe an hero however
A telegram received bv Coach
Conn from II. A. Leavei-ton whe
la In Fort Worth said thnt For
Worth considers the Central High
school team of that city the bes
te-iih In tlie entire state -anil there
fore t will be a big feature St
nr.iPlrpnrfifri HIl'Ti'm nnti in ititfan
Mr. anT Mrs. H. A. Loavorton
and Curtis Hnncoclc motored to
Dallas yedterday and will be back
TOLATT2 TO GLASSIFT
THREE room apartment furnished
including bath lights water and
gas J25 Mrs. Smith. 411 b
tween 8:30 a. m. and P- m. or
' call at 367 S. Oalcwood avenu
Wacrex of m
m. -juiunwilIU WlUT?
t-i- r-vrTv-.rT-'r 3C
O ' Lilian Dwan
Board of Stewards
Hold a Meeting;
Members of the Doard of Stew-
ards held the first meeting of the
new church year Monday evening
In the Sunday school auditorium
or the church for the election of
officers and other Important busi
In honor or the new pastor th
Rev. C. L. Cartwr'.ght and tamily
Kite StewardH invited their wlvea tc
meet with them a pleasant aocla'
feature being the lovely six o'clock
dinner served to the 60 guests ln
Judge J. E. Hickman was master
if ceremonies during the repast and
during tho course of the meal call-
ed on different members or the
bou id to give their alms and ospt
.-tillons ror tho church durlnf? th
lew year. Judge Hickman's wife
nt next to him and whispered ln
hi ear that she thought It wouU'
bo nice to call on some of the wo-
nen to ascertain their ambitions
for church work further suggesting
that he call on Mrs. D. T. Howie?
first In (iprordaiice with his wlfe
request the Judge asked Mr!
.Bowles to spenk and there's wherf
he trouble started for the men
Mrs llowlis arose and after giving
thnt well known quotation from
Hobby Hums' "O tho gift to see our-
selves aa others see us" . or words
m that effect all the women arote
uul asked th.. niert for their coats
Mrs. Bateman requested J. O. Har-
relt's coat. Mrft L. M. Smith E. J.
Denton's. Mrs. J. W. Mackey T. C
Oildgen' Mrs. Hickman D. T.
Howies' Mr?. Porter Daniel Roh
Slimu's. Mrs. E. H. Smlthson Rosr
Elliott's. Mrs. Arthur Dabney Geo
ntnghum'K. Mm. T. Edgar Johnson
Mr. T. Edgar's. Mr. Denton Mr.
Dabney's Mrs. Jeme R. Smith Mr
Tesse It. Smith's Mrs. Robert Bov-
rs L. M. Smith's Mrs. Ross El-
'lott H. II Furr's Mrs. Furr Dr.
Cm-twrlghfis Mrs. Paul William'
ludge n. O Dntomnn's Mrs. Geo.
Dlnghnm C. E. Crabb Mrs. Carl
Ferguson impersonated Mrs. C. E
Afti-i securlnS and donning the
oata the winn!! proceeded to take
Miln.ts In rhnrSO stating they would
"mid .i stewards meeting to show
he new pastor what he mUht e;-
mct at Stewards meetings tn the
future. From then on It was a
Tcruam. .Mrs. Dowles as master of
ceremonies and "taking olf" Judge
Hickman as ehnirman or th lioard
would occasionally draw op. ber
pipe just as lie does.
What was said to lmvo ben on
of the niost natural parts of the
proceedings was the oternal rins-
ing of the telephone which when
answered rcvcnled tho fact that
Judge Batomnu waH wanted over
long distance. In moat Instances
It watt Fort Worth operator calling
Some member of the board kept
S. SEGAL & CO
"WK STItIE TO PLEAS?:"
1 AUCTION SALE! I
. WATCHES s .
S Diamond Ring Given Away Free WednesdRy Night
2:30 p.m.-SALES DAtLY-7:30' pjn.
I H. FAIR
YflS Vt. Valt-ii- St.
THURSDAY DECEMBER 4 1824.
telllus central Jude Batemau was
not In but when he flually answer-
ed th telephone he was waatad iw
Fort Worth at once and had t
lae quickly ln the midst of the
Meeting to catch 'the -.train. '
The mutter under discussion' dur-
iufc 'he meeting was the matter of
financial settlement for the conven-
tional ri-ock coat and jsray ti-otlFers-Arthur
Dabney had purchased fur
the Rev John N. Rentfro aud ex-
lected the board to pay for. Maur
tide lsmies arose that had to be
threshed out In heated rashlon.
lesse R. Smith said that if thev
laid for the Rev. Rrntfro's coat and
thoiisers they would havr to buy
one for the new preacher. Then
wnin one suggested the new preach-
er mfght already have one Geor?e
Plpgham star'ed a npeech on the
tncn's down-town Sunday School
'hiss but tor some reason sat down
rPlher suddenly with his eloquence
Another femur t-js the po.vrr
ft' oratorial sp.rh one of h-
"n nst" fanioitv riudo by T Edgar
I ' i.son. Mr Dateman ps J. ft
H-irrell war itet of tin tin" bu-
Hj engaged in dusting hla plpo ofr
on his heel which finally ended n
the pipe helng broken. Thus on
and on the women mimicked th
men to the entire satisfaction of
Following the tlmr or mirth and
rrollc the stewards) held a regular
business seson. Tho pastor's sal-
ary wa rnLed to t4.OQ0 per year
nnd the following offlcera were
elected ror the new year. .
J. 13. Hickman chairman; G. 0
Unteman. E. J. Ronton. Geo. T
Dlnr.ham Dr. D. W. Doles. Robt.
E. Dowers D. T. Howies T. C
Drldges Dr. H. H. cartwrlght. Ira
Clement. D. J. CollIer. C. B. Crabb
A. F. Dabney G. Porter Daniel A
L. Elliott. Ross Elliott. J. C. Fer-
RUhOn. H. II. Furr. N. T. Hnrper.
Jns. G. Harroll. T. Edgar Johnson
M. P. Klker. Dave A. Luker Jobi
W. Mnckey. A. H. Miller. N. G.
Price Ross Sloan Jesse. R Smith.
L. M. Smith. B. II. Smlthson Claude
Thompson. Henry C. Thornton Jnf.
C. Ward. Paul WilliamH.
Are You Weak Nerrsas?
Hoit-ton. Tevas-'I hnvc uieti
some 1 1 Dr Pierc- rfrnedie na
' ii:t them jer-
titry. 1 became
nralta snd li
weak and ner
vou spells. I
took the 'Golden
ry' aud the 'Fa-
tion and it wai
mneklv and rap
idly I improved. Jut a few bottles
of each put mc in good nealtk.
can recommend the 'Golden Medical
Discovery' as a general tcnic and the
'Favorite Prescription' for feminine
troablej." Mrs. W . H Jackson
Route l. Box 264. N. All dealers.
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce. Buffalo
N. Y for trial pkg. tablets.
Nxt Daoi- fo Palace Thttatre
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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/m1/4/?rotate=270: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.