The Breckenridge Daily American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 5, No. 150, Ed. 1, Sunday, December 28, 1924 Page: 4 of 8
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THE BRECKENRIPGE DAILY AJrERTCAK
lnA w tti
. CETTINC AHEAD BY 1926
There's only ono way to progress in this world and
that is to save systematically. Make that one of your
New Year's resolutions dur
ing 1925 and ever after
Come to this Bank and let
us allow you how it can be
done by mnking regular de-
posit every pay-day. In a
year you will have acquired
n wee bank account.
The First National Bank of
FOH MORE THAN 20 YEARS
STEPHENS COUNTY'S DEPENDARLE RANK
Mr l'aut Ilrtstow.
HOUSE B 0 N I) S "' -' "" ;."?!r:":"
I cm ir jo llrork.'nrldni- last Sat-
Ufil.n In ilo TttMf shllpptHR I could
ni I'.ni' inv ifi in th ear aad
hail ako h r lo th First Na
tional Hank out ' th colli. It w
The following lBlrl"W fflt
further opinion of voter -liwlmltrt
both iiioh nttd womn n tf "'
they think ronernfn Hi pt I
lond litnue for a n"w marl '
mill Jail It b xot.d on Jin i; '
"Nit wan fin' afforl "
against th Courthouse hnnd !
from th laiiHt-n'm of htwii
when Ike alu ; " j mi m.-
onh r irivoh'il
1 V! writ
It would have b a trwu oonvcu-
J D CathrsH Way land
I n't. Ilk. in s ninslruftH
.. .! r .irihoiMi' K')Ur a Iwnul'-
r I'm nnl orii- h'-IUlUiK that
t .i'r"-'n i or Mlor.
...!'. to mir offlrlal. n( '
for wir rtluahlr i!
M l Khr.
"oulili Kiti'iirfcr spent thlr-
t l tiilllon Up! (rif on bUlnM
Ki t " t t iVTSx?xfRVURnp.vgB. urv rrrrp i n t.
NOW WE OFFER RETTER MEATS
CLEANER ME TS. QUICKER
S E R V I C E !
Wo tako rcut pkfiiiiv in Mtnmmclnir that our
market la now llussmnmtizucl a a means of provid-
ing you with Rotter. Cleaner Meat and Quicker Sor-
vice. The beautiful lliixsmnnii Patented Freezer Dto-
plav Counter shown above is recognized everywhere as
the' one scientific method of keeping moats fresh and
appetising while clearly dwplaying every cut for your
convenience. Folk tell tin if the fineul market
equipment they ever nnx.. UV invite your critical in-
spection. Come in today!
COX GROCERY & MARKET
US S. Court Ave. Phone 02
"All successful enterprise! x'alue
the snfp keeping of their ilocnnn'iits
tiy (Irr troof Mfos nnil liullillnir.
Stpphnnn county ftatulp a ott n'
ilm tnont prn.oporotiR countlw In
Tra A nw courthou.i wflulil aJtl
valuo tn our hoMInc anil would li
a Mf Inrnstnii'nt.
Win. .tortltiHr Fuilth.
A prs- nnd budget mcmbcrshlpa and vc di- 4. .. . ..J ..
Stpph-'its' ldo tlio citizens to becoino actiiialut- '
Kight After Am as
A Special Lot of
am' municipal buildings
ixrou . community like
... .. t !... ... In.l 1llt t..i.tn ... .!. t.ln..R ...M U .'
COUIliy Slinillll IlUl IH'SIUIU UIl i'"-" ...it. auiui- Ul nil- iiuua nr lltttuj T
Iiik to spoud 250.000 for w vrry- tnat you can see that wo arc
iiiuch-m't'dt'd. new coattTttiusc" tryliiB tn be faithful to the trust
II. A. handreth. oxpreasod In us when you selected
a a tun ad directors to carry on the
"Now r the opportune time for'Ciiambpf of Commerce work for m: t
tin. building of the new courtlmuR. a'.."
Continual advancement of hultdltx Youro very truly
materia! Ir a certainty over the nt 1'. W.HOUDISIt.
OLD COCKT IIOl'SK IS
COXDK.MNHI) AS IIKIXU
IXSAI'I-J l-'OI. CO. ItKCOItDS
Cold changeable weather caUiesj
colds and roupe. JohnkcV Itouri!
Itemed)' will euro your fowls or'
money refunded. -See IlycH. room
1. llrowti llulldlng. Phone 206.
(Continued from Cage one)
th it would poslbly he preserved tn
ciuo of fire are the tax records con
tulncd In the lrirM' sMrvl mfe Inth
lax collectors office.
J. A. UOIMIINK
U. K. SMXLLKY
. V W. HOLDint
3U0.0IM! TO UK SI'K.VT IIKIII'.
roil ALL I'riM'OSKS.j
cotitliiued from Van- One)
turn durlnc the year.
Th ororhead expenses In the
budget have been nnlvijd at by om
pArion with former yetirt and hpI
It l agreed by all who hse
BOUT HERE ON
WEI). EVENING t
The socoiiil lioxlnc ilblnti of
ttw American Uglon under the man-
HB"lilunt of M. 8. Hlampi will be held
WMlnwdny nlitht In the City Audi
loilum nt S.30'l M
This will be.goo! news to the
! R.v thought to It. that th"t' fan h a.tended the Ian
.-..i it..... .!(. ..ir.i..MioJt nnil were more tlmn satisfied
(MUI.--.V-. ......... U . J ....... .. .....II... I.... -PI... I.....I- P
Willi HIP U.XIIIHIUUIl. " "" -" "
Widiiesdny night will Include it till-
iir'ous battle royal. 10 niiinds b-
wpRt oi lit" city on the Clear Fork
.f ih llraao. If perfected will be
. ftl-. -..ln-l fMi(iirW llU.Ml(tf
..r .. will opn up a large irrlw.ed intor. six rot ii.l be w Tn hi
........ ...- ...! will ..!.. l'Tine UHH Juiuini" ..'-.
A Variety of Colors - "
New Styles J
$25.00 $30.00 and $35.00
A1 LI "-J
EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE
iiMitiliii trrrltnry and will ple
llr-pknrtdgp In front ranks as a
m-k.tini: w liter.
If ronvt'Htlnn of 'iinki-r l
imh1 for that iiiduslr). II tat
it.ik hf U '.-hmI r thi lit
inrk indiiittr). K an oil xponlllon
I- pAdiI for lh oil ItidUi-lr). then n
ci.iii.tr fair. her- nil oxlilhl of til
1-fMtUFU i thlr count;' mil In
U' in -lit togethtr for 1'ie Inspection
' Ihp publlr mid for mi. exrhtiiko
it.' Idea aiHone the farmer inuat
pMtnlnh be of vuIiip u Hi farm
ami stock rnlslnv luilncr. oi tM
Tlnrt re til-
number of good prsllmlnarfi.
It Is with e deep sile nt grttl-
lude to Him who Inspires nil true
benevolence In tlm human hsari.
that we reflect on th sptendkMy
PI... . M.l..t.t llAIWnO..
.. . - i .i i... ....i Mnn.'ucc8lMl ClirlntniBR relief and chper
llrownlng. a local boy anil aioco
Carpnlpr of Wlcliltn Kalln. I go-.'" i' l""- '"" rpRponsi. of
tig to rwiulil" a Koniurky inoiiir'thi public to our appeil ha- been
tutu feint. It will be a rUlJ"!stioh tha' we haf lievn abl. to itu
ltllo. so tliero will bo no son
u.MUly. Tlwft.ro tn- iiiwuiw ..-. uMCiiia Talli. Is known hrf
l.ii decided iolioldaeoi.pt fair ml fl! J( in CH nctlon hen' bo
nitckoiirldgu during the yat lf!fnre. Itlvers I a typical Spaniard.
hair nnl l' ont of Hie fnstott men
on fool In the line. Wo has a re-
cord of 27 knnckouls In 12 bouts.
1 C0NNE1XEE. Mondm Nipln Dec. 291
8 MCOAI.I.WEI.IH and DE .MILT
RJ RRM flRM MRgBH Bf B 'I MW BI
"Tho farm an I poultrr ixlmHlon
k Is a voiy liuj'oriat.t pntt nf th
nkiM a CIiuiiiIht of CommeicM ran
.-endir to tli4 cltUeiu cf Dip -irl
n KMutinltlrs niul we hav made nl-
lAatice In our budge! for this
"Logltlallon trade o.xpanslon and
new IndustrleM mimt ho looked nf
tor by the hiiidnoM Interests nf oir
rity. therefore we have sot aside an DOKKV .MKf-TTIXO.
niuniini In mir lmilu.it In lab.. pni
... ... All Dokle urw reijuestcd lo mwl
"The business men of our dry "" f ' "" .U afternoon
nil that w hoped toward bringing
ClitistniiM I'lupr to the hi.iiiift and
liparts oi those m whom our i?nv-Ion-
sold wo have alwayx with us.
Wi- take this meant o expre.
liu our Rluevrc gratltuds to all who
have helped us thU ChrlsimiiR Umip.
the llttlt nowt! boy'n pontiles th
cam burdened widow' mit. and on
up to the one hundred lollar do.
nation l-'or I he gifts of pnnlstou.
with kron black eyes and coal hlsck '"' the mall en of milk to the
or drawn punch. In tnai bnttK
It alone wlt be worth the admis-
sion. The other man bout will be sit
rounds between Tabby l-ovlno and
Johnny Itlvers that I nur to be
full of thrills and fast play. !.
I vine tho Jpwlfh school boy flash
dressed steer. l-'or the delicious
caketi. and for r.'ery unt of aid In
bringing gttdness and good ehuet
(WILL ritOTKCT C. S. ' ItllllO ON SHU'S
I'HO.M I'OltKIf.X IHSCASi: WAS1UNOTON. Dee 3 . -l.loyil'H
ItOl'llKSTKIl. N. Y.. Upp. 2S - has reognlHl Hip imporUinc of
IManc for coopernilng with the Fed-' rndlo dmetlnn-flndliiR for vessels
eral Horticultural Hoard to prevent It linn been deeded to amplify th
entrance Into the Culled Htnt. - pMHii reeffd In the regisl-r book
foreign soil or sand on th.. rooof i.ds riiied wild wn.less tele-
of Imported nursery stork will brixrnphy by making a nolniieii of
taken up by the American Asanoln- j "Wlrelern D. V." where shltn r. fit -Hon
nf Nurnerynieii In lloehesirr at ' ed with wlreiM dlreetloii-firdfr.
Us nnmil convention next Jim... - - --
when. In connection with the ronv. SNOWVMW.
Hon. the Both anniversary of il- .i Jmiie. J W. CRRtleman last
social ion will be ce.brntd nlitht .it o'elnck In his office
itaiid and soli on nursi-ry stor. unlt.-d ih.- II ws of David Clinrl'M
shipped from otlu-r countries InioiSnow pod Miss Mary Velum .Mn."rt.
Aiuprien are under a permanent iiunr In matrimony. The ceremony wan
amino the purposo being to ellml-' performed In the presence of a large
nali' ilUea and harmful inserts 'number ' frbrd nd relatives.
The rule applii to all Vlaiiis and Inn llaMy after the ceremony
seeds. All plant roots rhlsomes and th- wi-ddHig partv left for the home
tubers must be fred by washing of the groom's father. W. It. Snow
and must be so certified by thr legal who resides about three miles e.ift
Inspector? In tbe country from which of the city where a sumptuous
they are shipped. wedding nipper was awaiting thoin.
Tickets are on sale at Hie City til Christina. Individually mid col
In Ilalloon Tlren an In others
Goodyear means good wear. Fulwll-
r Motor A Supply Co. (Adv.Hn-tf)
have always been llhural In look-
ing after charities: hut with no
organized systematic effort to rcg
ulnte nharltlcs thorn in n powbll-
ty of abusing the liberality nf our
fillnns; therefore the Chamber of
Commerce has decided to place In
our budget fur 102C. two hundred
dollars per month to be used for
charity work. It Is the Intention of
the director to give each siihicrlb-
er to the Chamber of Commerce a
.iiii t.hich he can display In liH
place of business stating that "Wo
Are Member of Associated Chari-
ties " Then If a subscriber Is call-
ed upon to assist In charitable caus-
es lie can refer such applicant to
the Secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce who with a committer
appointed for that purpose can look
Into each esse and earn Cor name as
their Judgment dictate. This Hem
alone will save the bunluess men of
(at 8 o'clock for an Importniit meet
IN SMASH OF
lictlvely. we thank you.
Personalty we have the sweet Joy
of Inning been tho channel through
which the people of llrckenrldge
hare chosen to distribute their boiin-
ty to us It is n vote of confidence.
and best of all It open more wide
the door of opportunity to proclaim
the story of Him who wan the Itabe
of llethlehem and the Christ of Cut-
wry. To one and all we say "Ood
Huvoy mid Mrs. Ilaldry.
.The .Salvation Army.
Three youths all high school
boy narrowly escaped death at
12:30 )esterdoy morning two mlies
north of Necessity when an nuto-
mobile turned over. Injuring two
Arthur Ilutler. age 18 son of
Mrs. Hoy Heck. Hancock Apart-
ment wan Injured Internally the
e-.tnnt of his Injuries not being
known late yesterday. It wa do.
clared. Henry Johnson of tho Com.
" ' I III I "s
merclal Hotel was rut on tho head
or town many dollar during lhnibu H ot wlmwly hurt
course of the year from profession-
nrepkenrldge must hnve a rural
Ilutler was rendered unconscious
when he ami Johnson were pinned
under the ear. Carney Lngrono the
third of the party crawled out ft
th wreck and wont through the
darknoifci In search of help. On m-
telephone system connecting tho ru-
. r l district with our local exchnnne.
LSI Tln.rnfnri u-n linv. .iiinrnnrlfl.'il .1!
si mini to care for the necessary wo.k rln " fo'1 )ot no bos n:ul
S to promote rural telephone exteu-.'0"- uched until 11:30 yes-
slBi0 Uerday morning before locating them
Sj 'It . necessary that wo giro eon-a '' house where they had
Uidnrable thought and some expense wn r"n' for clr AU
to the publicity of cur town. henrownro " hrw t0 town- muu;
5n amount was sot aside lo be used.; wt pp "nil regained conncloiiano.n
for thli purpose. ;'" Ul" moant"""-
"Hach Hem of this budget will J T"!T Z t.
be elaborated upon and explained l! r "8 no" T'7 onb0 y
!detall through articles In this paper. ' and bes development n
r Hri. ih . ..- ror lyer construction: namely tho
1 "Many towns much smaller thnumoro110"tc and. ''"le cord car- accMciU ptuded a80 tUo hBldwrt.
twenty1"" "'" UWL""U ""' "'" "" lnRs of the vletraln and of those
l.U.lf ..14 PVIJ IM..K. t'tw.V)
'It. Ci.nnlu fn lilv 1 in.lft
on tholr Chamber of Commorre work!
S3 (and the directors consider that thin
.. ..i..Kj rw
TKMIM.K. Texas I)c 27. Dis
trict Judge I.owm Jones late today
officially removed all legal dlt'iuali-
flcatlon which may have ailsen to
curb authority of CJovomor ohct
Miriam Ferguson in management of
her property. Tho court'H action fol-
lowed filing of a petition by Mm.
l-VriMiHOii renu.viliiiir Kich Un order.
In granting the petition JudseJ
"I wish I had the power and auth-
ority lliewso to remove dlsabllltlo
retting upon former Governor Jim
Ferguson by reasoif of Impeachment
"I hopo the Senate of Texas will
so far a It can to erase from the
record It rnJored ngaintt Ferguson
noine years ago."
Will Please Her More
II- VOC DON'T t'AHK
TO IHK SUDDENLY
BERLIN Dec 28. Don't accopt a
position whore thoro Is any chapco
of an accident happening should you
have a broad handwriting la tbo
advice given by Horr llruno Kurth
an expert in insurance. Kurth who
had to investigate many thousands of
gsillreckenrldge are spending
s I thousand dollars and more- par yea
r..r zo Ti ) 'M SI (S.V Sl.lfl. Tar TnrliirleH
Is an Investment for our town In-
stead of an expense. Just after the
first of the year our annual drive
will be made for both Individual
sVTFn n-VAABttvi -iwm
rxoo SKMH. S(iA'IVCr !
who had caused the accidents and
ho discovered that there was a
strange similarity between them. In
fact they all phowed largo Intenralu
between the groundatrokeH or much
difference lit the height of tho var-
ious letters such as a's and b'a.
What more appropriate gift could you give
her on Christmas morning? Amongthe things
you select for her nothing will please her
. more than one of these wonderful washers.
She knows that the Thor with its revolving
reversing cylinder and swinging wringer whose
soft cushion rolls can't break buttons will end
her washday drudgery forever. It takes only
a small amount to reserve a Thor for delivery
Christmas Eve. Order one for her( today.
Small Payment Before Christmas
Convenient Payments in 1925
OIL CITIES ELECTRIC CQ.
225 W. Walker St. ' Phone 73
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Trout, Horace I. The Breckenridge Daily American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 5, No. 150, Ed. 1, Sunday, December 28, 1924, newspaper, December 28, 1924; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth122874/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.