The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 11, No. 233, Ed. 1, Monday, August 31, 1931 Page: 1 of 4
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West Texas Partly cloudv
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e)K?3l ST rtfA SERVICE INC
The 'raffle signals flmhrd
from red to green With a grat
Ins far the big truck nhot for
--v warn rravmn a patrrway ilmvn
vV'he i enter of the crowded thnr
5f uchfire Street er hll in
isd an-l a bright hltia roid-ter
nerved -harply It wni 5 ) p.
in bun)- downetown vtrmrt
' Marlboro that rapidly frc-
ng industrial stronghold of the
mlddleweat. with Hs r'r... i
million population. iwum
ins mill and facto. ' it. m
terminable odor of umi jtiiokt
Tired men and womrn tr
hrnding homeward uft-r day
of toll Hurrying Tmpu-ien'
The throat of mot. ehirlei-
rhafed at one anithni la-
trinrw on the idcwik eloow
cd their way rui'el.
And then the hrlll rry n.t'th
It wn frtghtenc. i.gh pltc)-d
It came from the niir of tha
.trret where thr heavy wheel of
the huge truck hud put passed A
wailing plaintive not. of tietniloua
ijln S'rl In the gray mii1 wa flrt
rfr what had happ-re-t Oh '
she ried. stopping ho-1 if ad "oil
can' somebody help him" S.ie
swung about wildly cnuajht tb rm r"f Krrw stronger than at leait
of the young man who waa p on' '""" body lay at the bottom
In? I "t wni 30 feet from the garage
Look' the girl exclaimed where the other were believed ex
There by the car track' Hell be " "d on an lmpretrled gnllows
killed ' I F.Ik Creek which flown near the
What the youih h an set '-' being drugged In
J ten topped altort n h. c fol -irrh for bodies of other of lle
ryowed her wnntlng finaer lnvl ir women who police an Id were In-
untartly hu llpa tightened W'th m ' f"' "ted with the pudgy but d-
exclamation that wa half tmothrr- V '" " "rder Ilomeo.
eil he uprarvg into the tiee. I- iwm E Mayer. Unlverlty of
Somewhere a man ho.itid Mh j '"'" htirgh payrhiatrlat'a who aerv-
er who turned to l..k -aoib ah d In thr Harry K. Thaw cae
runt There wb the jrvaline I
n "e o
n. e of hwntllv relraje l brake
reel which a moment iefoie
en a smooth flowing .irt-iy
of '.afflc wua uddenl iioi inu
The girl in gray at 00.1 quite atill
Hei face waa very white now A
fern nine voiee in the I kr.ot of
pertatora that had gtftftr:.! n
the sidewalk cried hyaterlcin.y.
lle't got if Look he'a got It
As quickly a that the letwuon
snapped The watcher aaw the
young man stoop and jrfok up a
liny hedragi;rd bundle that whim-
perrd and wriggled. Thrwish tho
light in the trufftr tower atill
gleamril emerald obliging motor
lata waited olrurlng the way for
the youth currying the bundle
now to return to th aldewiilk
He came attalght to the girl in
gray The young man wna grinning
Here he la." he anld. ahtftlng the
load In hla arm allghtly. "GwhI h
new loo Not even ecrulajhad"
Oh. I m ao glad. lan't he pre-
A half 1 1 oxen of thoae who had
n wntchlng (he little drama
rd about the iiHifde for a better
iy it'a a dog'
Juat a up
frlll voiced wouain
ly; My land!
That ying man
mui.f h.tr. .. k'ui U.H..I i..
xh- :v-. ..T.:i. '' ' .-'
dl'gujit her word djrljtg in the
I It all right if I JKU hla head.
Mlaa a anuM boy with u toad of
newitpapera alung neroaa oacahaMl-
der wanted to know "dee that w
Thecii nixlacd. arulllBg. She
had taken the tiny animal from in
arm of the young nvtn. Home of
the apectator who llngeraI eyed
the youth curtoualy. nun were
looking nt the girt She wwa atek a
prctly girl tllender and not ove:
five fret four inchea tall in hei
trim hlgh-heled pumpa The gray I
ault and im n-il I black hat aha wort
were indiatlnguiahable from the
gatb of hundtcda of oUieia In tha
army of Krl workera hut the black
hat wit puttied Iwick revcoling a
tjrpad forehead ami dark-frlngrd
cyei. Tlie ivory pink of her
waa flaw lea ami natural
Below the hat brim there
Vtm visible Juat a tmct of softly
ItlWln; tnf fy-colored "hair.
3rl The pup anugglrd cloae to th
girl' coat. apparently content
What a woeful neglected apecimen
of dog i.fe he waa' Prowy gray
brown fur funding out tukcv
where It ' not mattet to hit un
drrdeteloped bod) Anceatry only
to te gueatMHl Ut. Kcandaloiia cer
f.inly' Age probably thrj month
The puppy rowed two eyea of
utler tut to the gtrl'a ami nuitled
a cool little nose toft a velvet
beneath her protecting finger.
'Mrr ph'" it barked In Infantile
t hXfnn Hon
look- like eh e
incatly. tloean'l he?" 7ne
mistaking it. There srtiniy
about the pup aoiiielhlng of
hncoascloai pithoa and whim
rlownlng of Hollywood' fun
l with the derby hat big
Doe for a fact" ugreent the
Jrivif moment the ' tiny nion-
gre'waa completely captivating.
Other had drifted away the
youngster with the newap-tpcra lat
to go. The youth who hail rescued
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SLAYER OF 5
May Be Tried Immediately;
Police Search For
OI ARMBt'RilH W Va.Aug H
I !' The insanity defense ft
which police claim Harry V Pow
era matrimonial agent ncrttaed t
staying two woman and thru t
ilren and hi r-unei w r crepai
In waa believed i -ipu with i
peyvhiatrlat'a annotin rnvnt loii
that Power knew right front
Aa tht fkate prepared to bnnc
'the fittmei -oklter and cx-snleaman
'" 'r for tht quintet of killings
w-hen th Pittaburgh lawyer aought 1
hla freedom announerment after I
long conference with Pownra
he 'waa on ten border tine
a.initv but knew right
Power refuaed to dlacuaa the
five laying with which he la h-
rneI apparently senlng he mlgh'
be incriminated. Or Mayer aaid.
hut ahoucd no heattaney In dlicu-
ins other mutter.
Utile Mlgnlflcnnco wiut attached
to the finding of several sticks of
dynamite and a long fuc In the
garage today although It earlier
wua believed Power's plan to blow
up the death chamber to deitroy
evidence of the crimes
Out VillafjeH In
India; Maim Dead
KARACHI India. Aug. 31. U.R -l-Vur
that many village were
wiped out with u huge oa of
life Inerenacd here today with
meager reports of dial ruction by
earthquakea near Baluchistan
Tha quake occurred Thursday
ami destroyed all mean of com-
munication with the ouUlde world
Klrat report wild that entire hill
were denxduhwl. hmuna colli pn.-d
without warning and village- were
flattened by n aerie
Hand its Escape
LOH ANISKLHK. Aug. 31 iUH1 -Thrra
lamdlta cut their way into
tha Hevunty Klrat National Bank
her today and tacupwl with JR2-
0""). after HnprlaoBing ten amptoy-
eoa Th U-a waa rovtrad by ItMur-
anc. Stndf Ailment of
UOALLALA. Neb. Aug 31 U.R
AllrnUt atudled tixlay th trfnc
of a young practicing phylcian
whoac ateady march toward auc-
t9n wua haulted with hi adnua-
alon to them that he wua ' unable
to reut un urge to burn thing "
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American Can 92 3-8
Am Smelt 31 3-S
Am T A T 171
Anaconda 31 3-t
Auhurn Auto 1SI 1-2
Aviation Corp Del 3 S-o
Beth Steel 30 .VH
Byera A M 31 IS
Case J I 62 1-2
Chrysler 22 1-t
Curtlae Wright 3
Elect Au L 39 3-1
KoaUr Wheel 23 1-8
Fox Film 11 1-2
Gen Elec 10 M
Gen Mot 36
Gillette S R 10
HotiMton Oil It
Int Cement 32
Int Harvester 38
Johns Manilllo 51 I t
Kroger fi A II 31 1-8
Liq Carb 21
Montg Ward 20 1-4
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otheri wounded in New York hid rarrel dir.l iiow i wlir-n three
alleged gnngatera were Mood up agalnat a wall and m iwed down by
the fire of underworld "nemlcn Here you ee police beside the body
of Anthony Ferrari. 2H. who w.ia killed. Fetrnil two rrmpanlonn
Angeli fitrranl 20 and Murray Leonard! 2 wne rnou! wounded
Believing he betrnved the other two by leading thorn t thr execution
pnt and 'h.it be wnn shot only
line of fire police arrested Loonardi on a rhirge of homicide
Third Outbreak Results In
Wounding Of Cirl
NEW YORK. Au?. 31. U.R Kor
the third time in
gangsters sniping at nn enemy
iicronj a atrect crowded with wom-
en nnd children have wounded un
The latest victim I Jennie Il.tl-
l.intlno 18. shot In the. wrlat by
a wild bullet from the custonmry
"big iblark sedan." The Intendud
victim went unhurt.
The shooting occurred l.utt night
In the crowded "Red Cook" sec-
tion of Brooklyn shortly after
police reported progrcsa 111 their
search fit a racketeer wanted for
questioning In connection with the
child mosaacre of flvo wreka ago.
when one child wua kilted nail
four wounded in a Harlem ticoi
Oil Field Slayer
WLAUEWATER Aug. 31. UJ?! '
Texai Ranger and civil offlcfin(
tmlay soarched "hangout" in tha
E.it Texaa oil field for the alay-
cr of Ruaaell Hardin. 27. of KII-
gore. Hardin was hot to deth
at Ihe wheel of hla coupo taJ
night on a lonely lano a mile and
n half from here.
Offleera au.ctoted a eomninlonl
who had hi.en riding with him.
of Case Sou ft hi
Hir.VTHVILLE. Aug 31. iuJ
Percy Howard. aix time aavett
from death by executive .itijy. to-
da appealed to Gov Sterling for a
rrconaiderutinn of hia cae Howard
was aentenced to die In the electric
chair or the murder of a taxi
driver in El Paso.
Not Dairy 31 1-2
Para Publix 21 3-t
Phillip P 0 1-2
Prairie O A. G 11 3-1
Pure Oil 0
Purity Bak 21 3-fl
Radio 10 3-t
Svara Roebuck M 1-2
Shell Union Oil 9 3-4
Southern Pacific 72 5-S
Stan Oil N J 10 1-2
Studebakrr 16 3-1
Texas Corp 26 3-i
Texas Gulf Sul 33 7-o
Tea Pac C fc O 3-1
U H Ind Ale 33
U S Steel 87 1.2 a
Vanadium 27 7-8
We.tlng Eleo 63 3-8
WorUilngton il 1-1
Cities Service 10 1.2
Font M Ltd 10 1-2
Humble Oil 65
Nlag Hud Pwr 10 5-8
Stan Oil Ind 26 1-2
bcc.iunc he at idi ntnlly iti'ppcd into
Calvin Robert Brown 70
! Buried Today
Calvin Robert Brown 70 who has
j Seen a farmer at Wayland for the
paat 3 yenrs puiscd nwny Sunday
at 1:30 p. in nt tho family resi-
dence. Hia doath followed a long
Funeral scrvlciM were held this
afternoon In Wayland with burial
at the local cemetery.
The docoaicd 1 nurvlved by one
son. Edgar living in till city. Oth-
er uivlvcr are hi wlfr two
daughror. Mr. Itobo C!reonlec of
Parka. Mr. J II. Nunn of Abcr-
nathy. three on. iZ. It. of Swcn-
.ion. J M. and W R of Wayland.
nni n erami.-hildren
I w.nr.i arrangement. wore In
Charge of ihe Vautratn Kunorul
San Antonio Police
Serf Toi'dl Slayer
ntivmio Am it d r
'VN ANTtNU). Auc 3' '!
'nl 1""ee wr' ' 1n"kc' "
ok 'l?irh -y oelcved to
lme killed an imldwitill-d mon at
Junction in Kimble coun.y. KM
"tllea northeait of bete.
Sheriff Prank Ptte.-...n of Klin-
i " eounty tmu "irw i i 'iwi in
DUrnctl IKMiy nun acn i inu on
pyre near Junction He supplied
the licenae numbe. of a r:tr-een
near the place
TRAINER MULCTS TO TITLE
CARUIPF. Wales Aug. 31 (uR -Uilly
Davis trainer of the women's
bueebnll team haa notified KrltUh
new agencies that lie should not
be uddreed or referred to as
"Mia Hilly Da via." He includes
some running swimming and a lit-
tle boxing in the trwlnlng program
for wtmien baseball playnrs. He
believe the game requires sreat
EDUCATION TO OST LKSi
PHOKNIX. Ariz.. Aug. 31. (U.R)
It will coat $263 lean to educate
the ciilldion of Maricopa county
dtiring the coming school year
titan wiu tho cost last year. All
chooj districts reducetl their bud-
get from flvo to 12 pur cent. Tho
decrease wero In keeping it was
explained with a lower valuation.
In moat Instances on taxable prop-
erty. .Swrdith licit IVutt on Heather
HALMSTAD. Swodon. Aug 31
fUJJ -Grazing the bees In the
blooming lioulhcr to make up for
the failure of the clover to blos-
som earlier In tho summer Is tho
novel device rasoitcd to this year
by farmer on tba woat coast. The
wet and cold spring stunted the
clover but now tho hoathcr blooms
profusely and at night the bees
are transported In their hives to
the ridges where it abounds
Session Call Today
N E KILLED
Two Fathers And Their
Sons In Gun Battle;
Youth Is Slain
CENTER. Aug 31 (UPV An ar-
gument over Hlnahed nilto tires
was blamed today for the staying
of Jodie AdnniK 16. and the
wounding of three others before
.ii church lust night nt Hnlbcrt. II
miles southeast of here.
I The wounded are John Adama
father of the slain youth; Ralph
'Tatum and hi father Buford Ta-
turn. The two Tnttiim were In a
serious condition today.
WltncBBca said young Tatum .ic-
cusctl Adams of cutting the tlreti
on the Tatum automobile. ISlows
were struck and the fathers took
I up the quarrel with plttols.
Bystanders said shot fired by
1 the elder Adams felled the Tntum
s after young Adams had been
FOR FIRE BUG
Order To "Shoot At The
KILGORE. Aug. 31 (U.R) Under
rdera to "ahoot nt the waistline"
36 Texas trooper natroled the
streets of this oil boom town today
oftcr a accond Sunday wave of
Oil soaked Hacks were found last
night beneath a combination room-
ing house and funeral home dnni-
aged by flames. Twenty minute
later fire crackled through a mass
of hay stored In a warehouse a
block from the main business sec-
tion. Brig. Gen. Jacob K. Woltcrs
commander of the troops enforc-
ing martial law In the oil area
ordered n special patrol to sheot
when necessary. "And don't come
back and say you nilaacd" ho ad-
ded. It. II. Commission
of Oil Production
AUSTIN. Aug. 31. il.Pi All nivm-
hers of the Texas State RallroaJ
Commission were In conference
here today In an effort to decide
upon regulated nroductlo.i in tha
East Texas field shut down by
martial law :ncc Aug. 17.
Announcement wan made thit
the Commission would devott the
whole day to the topic nereisary
and no Interruptions would be per-
mitted. Installment Debt
of Nation Grows
CHICAGO. Aug. 31. tU.Ri Tho
American public's Installment plan
debt curved sharply downward
from September. 1929. to Murch
1931 but Is on the rise again the
National Association of Finance
C C. Hanch. general managtfi.
said that the total outstanding on
Installment payments dropped
from 96 1000.000 In September.
1929. to .W6ooO000 In March
1931. when It began rising toward
a normal volume.
The outstanding total on May
31. 1931. was $571000000
The figures were obtained from
data on contracts purchased by
128 rscpccllvc finance companies.
NEEDLE REMOVED FROM
FOOT OF S. W. CARLTaJN.
G W. Carlton about 6 year of
age son of Mr .and Mrs. F. A.
Carlton had a needle removed from
his left foot this morning at th
Wcstslde Hospital. He stepped on
the needle which hroke off In hi
foot while playing ut home Sun-
dny. He was taken home immediately
and wa doing splendidly.
AT FAMILY REUNION SUNDAY.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson H. Clark at-
tended a family reunion Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Johruon In South Bend. Those
present were: L. E. Johnson and
daughter Mrs. Everett Sutphln and
children Helen Richard and
Wayne A. L. Johnson. Mia. W. J.
Post and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
T J Wilson Mr. Cave and daugh-
ters J C. Rents and .Misses Edna
and Irene Johnson daughters of
the host and hostcs.
At'Gt'ST 31 1931
27 Fires During Month;
Total Loss Amounts To
Three fire alarm anaweied bi
twren 9 30 a in. and U 50 p m
today by the Breckenrldge firr dn
purtment brought the total of fl.e
alarm answered by the depii
nicnt this month to 27. an ill . ni-
record for one month acco dm; to
Klro Chief L. M. Pardee.
The most nlnrms tinned in for
one month In the pud wn.t Jl. ac
cording to Chief Parocc
Today's flrt-s were at H-trtford
and Conncll street where a frame
garage. In the rear of A. H. Gar
rett's home was damaged to the
extent of approximately $10; gram
fire at 1000 West Dyer St . and n
hunk house nt 202 WMt Fourth
Street $2r dnmage. No one was at
the bunk house whtn it caught flic
anil It U bclMvcd that smo'l hoys
might have set It ufiio with
Total damage by flrca In Breck-
enrldge dtiring Au;int will amount
to nround I12.0O0 Chief Pardee es-
timated. A lurge number of the
fires were grass fires although
there were several coetly blares j
near the first of th; month.
Due to the increased number of'
fires for the month tho Biecksn
ridge Fire Prevention B-urd organ i
lied about Aug. t. has been kept
unusually buy during its first
month of cxlstnncit. atter.iptln; to
check all flics In an effort to de-
crease the losses suffered hor.
which results in a higher fire in-
surance rate paid by local citizen.
Paris Legion Hall
Houses Famous Rug
PARIS. Aug. 31. (U.Ri-Thc Amer-
ican Legion's new home hero
Pershing Hnll contains many in-
teresting relics and souvenlcrs of
United States' military history.
One of the moit interesting Is
the rug which was on the floor of
the room In which General Grant
and I.cc met at Appomattox In
At the close of the negotiations
the rug was taken by a young
officer who was present. He cai-
rled It back home with the Idea of
keeping it as a ttouvcnlcr.
A present officci of the Paris
post of the legion wna given the
rug by his uncle who was that
young officer . The nephew pre-
sented It to Pershing Hall and it
has been renovated and placed In
the Masonic Room of the now
Bring Jail Term
JUAREZ Mex.. Aug 31 UP
Tombstones ptoved a stumbling
block in the amateur crime cut cor
of Juan Vuladez. He was hulled
before the Juarez penal court nn
a charge of stealing headstones
from the municipal cemotory.
"I don't know why I wanted
them." Valadez said.
"Well you can think It over
for nine months" answered the
court. Valadez also was fined C6
Up Jail Plot
SPRINGI-IELD. Mo. Aug. 31.UR'
Oflfccr today subdued two fleeing
prisoners and prerentcd what they
termed a plot at wholesale delivery
of 130 prisoner In the Orrene
county Jail when thi found the
pair after they had sawed Ihel
way out. of their cells.
Planting Of Kali hardens Uriii";
Urged By Miss F. Choalham
Miss Frances Cheatham rounly
home demonstration agent Is urg-
ing all county people to plant fall
gardens "Some people seem to
think that it Is too late In the sea-
son and too dry for gardens to be
si-ccessful. hut this is not true"
MUs Cheatham says. "A number of
people who have no way of Irrigat-
ing do have nice gardens and arc
continuing to plant."
A. M. Sullivan a successful far-
mer at Union Hill. Is cited by Mb
Cheatham an an example. Mr. Sul
Ilvan was In Breckenrldge today
nnd says that he already has let
tuce radishes and spinach up in
his garden and he has done no Ir-
rigating at all. During the entire
winter lait year which is recog
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Gloria to Wed?
.M Los Angeles lluram
Gloria Swanson film nctrcss who
may or mny not become tho
brldo of F. Mlchnel Farmer
reputed European mlUlonalru at
nu early dato Is shown hero as
suo rciurneu lo noiiywuuu iruni
New York tho other day. Mr.
Farmer was with her. but luud i
Murder And Suicide Theory
Discounted As Police
HOUSTON. Atu :n. 'UP A man
and his wife wci j found shot '
death about noon tjday
iney wero c A ..Jones and his
wife Mrs. Jann Jones.
She was shot three time and
four bullets had entered his body.
First thcorlos of iiunlnr an I
suicide wore discounted as poller
found no trail of blood belw-nn thu
pistol which was In another troin
nnd the bodies
The body of Mra. Jonea In
brightly color td pajaoi n was found
Just inside the -ntruni'e to the
upnrtment. Jones waa slumped In
a chair bark of n table which con-
tained breakfast (llicti
Jones wn silll hruathin when
offlcor nrrlvcd. ll died a 'he
i policemen stepped about the room
trying to peeo tor.'thci rventt of
tho shooting and before un ambu
lance could nrnvc
A radio was filling the room wllh!
music when police
itfht w i re
npirtmeut and 'he
Island Falls Man
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A ll-Around Veteran'0 'r' n restaurants iifum-
j duo to the business depies-mn
ISLAND FALLS. Me.. Aug 31
U.R Gecrge li. Dunham. 83. is an
all-iound veteran . llr'ti been
Town clerk for S3 years.
Trial Justice for 10 years.
i Juallee of the pt.ace for 33 years.
t Note. In hia apnre time Don-
ham operate a farm and haa
written a town history of laland
ARIONAN Pl.sTOL LM'EKT
PHOENIX. Ariz. Aug 31- 'uP
An oceasiunur expert with tho
"short" gun still survives in Ari-
zona once the home of many ex-
port revolver nmrkarien Richard
S. Griffith clerk of the U S dis-
trict court of Arixona. is one of
tho survivors. He haa Just receiv
ed a medal finm the
e Rifle Association for a recent feat
r In hitting the mark with a pls'ol
33 times out of 100 shots
nised at extraordinarily diy Mr.
Sullivan brought leafy vegetables
to market from hia garden
Mr. Sullivan I enthusiastic over
his garden and things thai anyone
else In the county who give their
plants the proper euro can do a
The "live at home ' program
which constantly held up as an
Ideal by the demonstration agents
can he carried out by thee fall
gardens which furnish for the rur
hI people a well balanced diet
throughout the Winter month.
Mis Cheatham also ays diet
cold frames and hot bed should be
built nt this t'me before the com-
ing of cold weather so that plants
may be protected.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Hourly Decision Of State
Favored By Many
Bv United Pre .
King Cottcn. ailing ni"n u n '
the south held the anvui i'
lion of his subjects today th.
and of grower ginnrn hi 'kr
ami others dependent upri t l r
vo. for n livelihood. lookei t
governor of Texas into w
hnnd the situation hail bun
From Amtln vn extierled hoi.it'
the decision of Gov. Ross st i '
a to whether the Texas legi '
should be summoned int i. i
selon and Instructed to dc
now laws controlling cotton pmiu
Shortly before noon f'.ov Sti r
ling telegraphed all legislators w i
had failed to reply to his request '
for a statement of their attitude c
ctton uPprcsion law- He n kr
hrn.t " "l once ..
iriinin nic 'itrun'i -
tarlal staff were revising the r tii
illations of replies received nnd f
pected to present a complete file t
The Governor icccivrd i iir.
package containing ballot In i
voe conducted by an Abilene tii w
Household Care -
CHICAGO. Aug 31 UPi t .
ing household diudgcry ha b
come inventors' principal 'ii
Judging by devices submitted '
the Second International Piti-r
exposition .to be held at the M.-
rhnnillsc Mart from Sppt 11 to J7
Included among tho invention .
nro it combination potnto-p ec
nnd masher .an electrical dough
mixor. a device for rolling rug
( anil curtains a fancy new curtain
' irnlnliAH tinil ip nlnni rlsifil MStnn.it
! HtlUtVIIVIt .I11J (III VIVblllLIII rBi'lt
i that II remove paint .grease v.ir
nlsh and even discarded gum from
! under tho dining room table
I For tho mother .Inventot have
devised new ruttles. hottln holder.
land safer safety pins.
And for father the show will
exhibit a smoking stand contain
Ing Its own vacuum cleaner it
tachmont for whisking ashe-i u'
of the air before they fall n "h
living room rug
Swedes Drink More
Liquor In Homes
STOCHOLM. Sept Jl .
While the liquor consumption
Sweden under the Brutt tun u
creased by 2.2 per cent d.um.
tirsi six monms oi iimi run
tlons for drunkenness dri'ii.-. t
over three per cent. accoidin '
the Board of Liquor Cortrot
Tho Increase in consunipti
wn duo to more bottled jo. t
hcinc sold for home uc whit.
Another rending or the bu-irtx
barometer in term of liquor i"
sumption waa that less wine v.
sold thun In 1930. The aviir
monthly sale In bottles of hut
liquor par customer wn a ihm
over two quarts.
Has Day At Fair
September 23 has hcen s. t n- t
aa "Stephen County Da ' d.:rm
tho Young County Fair which w i
he held this year Irom Sept J2 'I
according to Information rci-r '
hero today by John 55 Mar'n
locnl CC secretary from Ed Ho-
rn secjetary of the Grab"'
! Chamber of Commerce.
Officials of the loung Coin
Fair Association will make an f
fort to attract ninny cltiscns r
this county to their fair on th
day set aside as "btephen C- u
Murray Plans A
New Relief Mai
OKLAHOMA CITY. Aug 31 - P
Gov. W H. Murray announced
day that the second ni'd-west u
employment relief conferem -would
be held at St. Lotus bvtwc n
Sept. 20 and Oct. J.
"This St. Louis meeting w II h.
even greater than the one we h '
at Memphis lat w:k ' tha Gov "
I'heusiiiit Kill- Mull Smikr-
KDHOLM Neb.. Aug.31 H)P
Will Hajeck fainter living tin
hero will vouch for the aharpn
f the beak of a pheasant. Hnje-
frund a bull snake that had be-
pecked to death by one of trr
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Hodges, Wesley D. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 11, No. 233, Ed. 1, Monday, August 31, 1931, newspaper, August 31, 1931; Breckenridge, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth123539/m1/1/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.