Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), No. 251, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 13, 1919 Page: 3 of 6
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BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 13 1919
The Missionary Society of the First
Methodist cliurch held no meeting this
past Monday. Because of the heat dur-
ing; the month of August and the ab-
sence of so many of the membs from
town no regular meetings are con
ducted during the month. Report of
the next meeting will he announced.
The "Woman's Auxiliary of the First
Baptist church met at the church
Monday afternoon in the regular Bi-
.bie study with Mrs. E. M. Andrews -as
leader. The lesson was taken from the
12th 13th and 14tli chapters of Acts.
Following the lesson a report of the
year's work was made by the respect-
ive officers of the Auxiliary.
The attendance for the afternoon
Junior B. Y. P U. No. 2.
The Junior B. Y. P. U. of the Cog-
gin Avenue Baptist Church will have
i the following program rendered Aug-
ust 17th 1919;
Song: "Take My Life and Let It Be."
k Duet: Opal Holmes1 and Linnie.Hays.
-Business. ! .
jScripture Readiiig---Daily Bible
Group No. 2 in charge of the pro
Leader Lake Howell.
2-MDur Life Work
r M...I.:.. I - -.- t t
iPiand solo.-Fay dalloway.
Rtnn. w lonv 1
.V Closing song and prayer.
B. Y. P. U.
The B. Y. P. TJ. of the First Baptist
cihureh met Monday evening at the
homp nf Miss T.urHn. VppI?; for :i
strictly business meeting. The objeet?ue a sri of four tudics ? tlie
of the meeting will not he announced
just yet as the matter is too incom-
'The Epworth League of the Firsttpry
Metliodist Church will render the fol-'
Id wing program Sunday afternoon j
August 17th: .j i
Subjert: "For -What Do Men Sell;
(Leader: Miss Irene Plier.
Song. ' . '.. '
Responsive reading Tsalm 1.
Prayer. j x
.' Scripture: Genesis 2::27-34;
brews 12:1".-17. -
ThA Ppninr Tl V iP V of the First
Baptist church met Sunday evening at
the regular time tor a Bible study...
Miss Katherleen Davis was leader for
the evening. The lesson was on The
Fine fancy dress
Voiles and Flaxons; a
quality 40c & nQc
45c values forZuli
Ail Bathing Suits
9 Fancy CoEored Voile
Dresses for the warm
Fall days; ihey wiil he
5 Colored Voile
No Phone Orders-
- . . ri. " """j faithful to our organization a id one n-v V W. mnot be so torn by l
jacoD ---miss uons ijarnett Who annreciated Hp nurno i '"'n hands as to Imitate succes
Address. "For What Do Men ou ... . . . - i- j n0'us. 0iuweii by mice. Their wo
Their Birthright ?"-4MLss Irene riier.t .. J- cannot be counterfeited a fact t
Women s Activities
Life of Moses.' Several of those pres-
ent made talks on the lesson offered.
A short "business meeting fcllowed.
The attendance was splendid.
The Christian Endeavor of thej Aus-
tin Avenue Presbyterian church Avill
have the following Sundav August
Bible reading: Genesis 25:27-34.
1 What Rich Birthright is in reach
of most young -people in our com-
munity? Ilarry Rover.
2 -What does; (laziness; have to do" with
the loss of our hirthright? Clifton
3 AVhat are.ome influences of these
times that 'tempt men to part with
thdir birthright ? Walter rianiel.
. Hymn :' - i"
Talk on lesson Mr. Honea.
Prayer tIr; Galloway. p j
Pastor s nvp minutes. .;'
Closing hymn. I
Expression department. Howard
Payne College presents Miss 1 Isola
Chadwell and Miss Fern Smith pupils
of Miss Cora Wells assisted by Miss
Mamie Mitchell vocalist Friday! even-
ing August ljath 1919 Gollege chapel.
Saiute Your Brides Sampson
jMiss Smith - '
Playing witiiMFire Wilde
J a. Spankweed ..West
b The Bumb'le-Bee ....
c. The Baffl
Miss Smith '
i vocal Solo . Miss Mitchell
The -Truth (adapted) ..Fitch
I ' ss Chadwell L
The. Little Mixer . . Slier ron
uuiss Esiniui -Stmlicslin
the Book of Rut
Beginning jjonight at the Firsi' Pres-
byterian Chijrch Dr. W; B Gray will
nUK ' Ionows-
"The Model Comrade.
t- .wuuei lor me ".wouern -.Monej'
alks on this beautiful old
S:30 p. m.
"As cordially invited:
Whereas. N it has pleased t
jmihghiy Gq I to remove- from oiir
midst qur beloved friend and brother;
Do'iglas Jdhiitson; and' ! t
Whereas n hLs death the Epworth i H"u" uor menuneauon anu reuemp-
"e" League has lW a true and noble voung flo" nt e treasury) ls a task sur-
rman a kindland lovinK brother! and al WMng in dilllculty the most. com-
useful member who was zealous and
las a member therefore he it
j ; Resolved. ' That we deenlv
if .ah. nmP- Vn-ifAU
be it further!
Resolved That a cop of 'thes rs-j
ohitions he ent the family of liur de-'
r j . -i'o v m x o will
parled brother and that a e'epv be1"?' lmnK D00?s ul'-?ss fariiisiimg
.!.. t " .; ..
sto the city paper j
. BESSIE FERRIS
iertson a student of How
ard Payne. Gollege - returned yester-!
day after 4tendfne the rBaptlst En-;
New Policeman Wife
Uses Husband's Pistol
to Quell Saloon Gang
THJCAGO 111. Aug. 13. Edward ! ari--'IIJl1 American jewelry and of
Schramm has been on the poli3e force1 lmt of tho "st"''"n now .in vogue
only a Tew dav5. His daily tour of duty : Potoki-ntng strength and luxury
is a j:eriodlof keenest anxietyJ to his) tney both ln'(-r' radically from. -the
young wifcand she has been coming1 welr-v ?f tho Creeks and Etruscan's
down to Stanton avenue to met him! e-Wfy in that the latter was chief-
at the closeiof his day. to satisfy her- y snglsliwl by its delicate beauty
self of hisiMUfety and accompany him d "Inut'J-v cuimlng workmanship
to their home This Is what W did Comparatively it is-the difference be-
oarly todayicaVrying their baby in her UrT'l I"'I'-sing iiivh.h and the
anns . . I miniature. Montezuma and the Aztec
Officer Suramin had got a far as' n1--""1 their Toltec predecessors
a neiuhhorimr saloon. Hhnnn snkl -wore. this magniticent. colorful Jew-
of.frm.hw.- - "I
"You go iiroand the corner out of
danger and wait" said -Schramm to
fiis Aife. "i will investigate this and
may be arrpst somebody." ;
! Wife obeyed Scramm entered. He
.found live pien engaged in. battle. He
iproduccd hjii revolver showed his star
the is still wearing civilian clothes)
tuid ordereel the fighters to halt. They
(halted their own struggle and set upon
the ptfliceman in a body. Schramm fir-
jed in the iir to frighten them but
jthe scare did not work. In a few sec-
onds Schramm was the center of a
j maelstrom jand his revolver was on
Mrs. Schramm standing around the
corner "out'of danger" heard the. shot.
jShe falled-to see her hu.sband appear
(immediately after-ward with prisoners
iin tow. Suspecting a catastrophe she
set the baiiy down on the' walk and
sailed in tu rescue him. 'She jplunged
iinto the nielee seized the revolver
I from the floor and leveled it at the
men. They were tamed hy the weapon
Do you wanta fine milk cow? At-
tend the slile at McAlister's barns.
First Baptist Y.'lV. A.
The Y. W. A. of the F.'rst Baptist
Church met yesterday evening at the
church in the regular hoar of study
in the book "Winning to Christ." The
tenth eleventh and twelfth chapters
of the book were finished and it is
exxpected that the book will -be com-
.pleted at the next meeting. Upon the
completion of the Bible study the so-
ciety will undergo an exat dilation and
those passing it will -be ;iven a seal
on their Sunday school certificate.
A committee was appointed to elect
a president for the Y. W. A. for the
coming winter term. Plans for the.
new session were discussed. A good
atttendance made the meetug a pleasure.
MICE AND MISERS
Two Would Seem to Have Some
Snrt nf Affinitv
And Uncle Sam Is Frequently Called
Upon to. Make Good the Depreda-
tions Made in Hidden Hoards
by the Rodents.
Uncle Sam is so broad-minded that
he -goes nut of bis way to help the
miser 'pha treasury in Washington
often receives wads of greenbacks or
baiiknotes that misers have buried or
otherwise hidden In places where- they
rotted or were chewed -up by mice
nnj! in such cases the money if enough
Is left of It to he recognizable Is re-
paid to the owner in crisp new bills.
It is a curious fact about misers
that nearly always they do not hide
th:ir money in one place but scatter
It about in aU .sorts of. odd spots the
Idea doubtless being' that in case of
theft only a minor fraction of the
hoard is likely to be discovered by the
Tims it has happened many a time
that a miser's -house after his demise
had to be literally torn to pieces in
order to recover bis wealth. Indeed
In isuch instances it 1 often found ex-
pedient to break up the furniture und
rip the seams nf every article of cloth-
ing and bedding.
The miser is bonularlv sunnosed to
. . t
-entertain a marked preference for
gold. But gold is hard to get nov- j
days; ami. anyway; misers in these j
time woum rattier nave paper money j
which is more easily and safely hid-
. ; Unfortunately mice think highly of i
nk"?s and greenbacks fbr nest- i
nikI"J purposes tearing them Into ;
tiny scraps the putting together of I
IicaU'rl picture puzzles. Paper money
j has revealed a number o'f attempted
t frauds on the irovemmeiit
The rrally up-to-date miser how-I
does not hide his. monev at all. I
put it away hi savings .banks i
where it cannot be stolen and draws
compound interest. He scatters It
ong a number of such institutions
-iausiactory maienai xor inose
''gloats". in which the miser Is
ppsed privately to indulge.
Jeweiry Kevcais mstory.
Increasing deinand for all-Ameicah
iowt-lry designed from ancient models
-fashlonwl by the Aztecs and Toltecs of
Mexico has brought to light .striking
i similarity between them and those of
j the contemporaneous Roman empire.
I The characteristic.. features of Ro-
i man jewelry were its broad surfaces
I massive construction . use of large
j. stones and open-work ornament. The
1 -same fen turps are equally true of the
wry and so did the emperors and no-
bles of Rome while both great em
pires were flourishing at the same pe-
riod. .Mirs. E. V. Johnson will entertain
the. members of the L. E. h. .Sunday-
school class and their husbands with
a lawn supper at her country home
Thursday August 14th at 8:00 o'clock.
The class will meet at the church at
7:?.0 and cars will be provided for all.
Mrs. T. W. Tomme Class Repor-
ter. . 251c
liADY MACCABEES ATTENTION.
Regular meeting Thursday after-
noon at S:00 p. m. at Woodmen Hall.
Every member urged to -be present.
Initiation. Draping of charter " in
memory of the Supreme Medical Ex-
aminer local Past Commander and
Chaplain. Sociail hour. District Dep-
uty Harvey of Fort Worth will be
MOLL'IE ARMSTRONG '
j . - GRACE HUGHES ''f '
- Record Keeper.
FAMOUS LAKE OF MENTEITH
Historic Spot In Scotland Which Is
Inseparably Connected With Un-
fortunate Queen Mary.
The Lake of Mentelth Is one of
Scotland's most beautiful bits of
scenery. Bordered by far-stretching
marshes and shadowy slppes .with
heather-covered hills rising beyond and
trees bending over Its curving shores
It Is a picture to enchant even tne
tourist wearied by "doing" many Scot-
Out In the blue water shaded islands
stand. About one of these Inchma-
home the Interest of the lake centers.
A boat hired at the village port at the
head of the lake reaches the island
quickly nere one forgets the beauty
of the surroundings as the guide tells
the story of the visit of Mary hapless
queen of Scots.
As a tiny five-year-bid maid she was
taken to the Island to escape an un-"
desirable suitor and here for five
mouths she and her four Marys her
playmates lived in childlike happiness.
Queen Mnry's bower a- little high-
walled garden cared for by the five
children stands just as she left it. Va-
rious trees are pointed out as espe-
cially beloved by the little queen.
Some of the giant trees that shaded
the Island so pleasantly were old when
Queen Mary and her -maids of honor
played beneath their branches. There
is the nuns' walk arched by lofty chest-
nuts: and sturdy oaks.
The ruins of an old Augustine priory
add another touch of beauty to the pic-
turesque island. Inside the church Is
the grave of the founder and the
quaint figure of a knight leaning on
his shield graven with the emblem of
the Stuart clan.
DATE FROM SOLOMON'S TIME
Theory of Archeologlsts Concerning
Ruins in Rhodesia Baboons Said
to Be Working Havoc.
Despite' the watchmen who nowadays
guard the -retnarkahle ruins of Ithode-
sia where may perhaps once have
been the mines of King Solomon the
latest traveler In that part of Africa
reports that the baboons are dealing
with the ancient masonry after a. very
I'abonnlsh fashion. Century after cen-
tury the clearness of the atmosphere
and the absence of moisture have pre-
served the walls of buildings whose
original use will probably never be
known. It may be reasonably argued
f t.. . k
im)i;h-i turn sunn ul uit'iii fi fa- um
fiontOIlR mnt for protection against
nntjw lribos and that this part of
Africa was a center for the mining and
distribution of gold the very spot. In
fact where Ophlr obtained the pre-
clous metal that It forwarded to the
court of Solomon. So far as can be
determined. Solomon and the struc-
tures were contemporaries and It is
likely enough that the new mysterious
relics of a remote past were later in
the possession of the Phoenicians. In
the end the mines were exhausted the
civilizations went their wny.and the
spot was forgotten until Portuguese
traders found It in the sixteenth cen-
tury. An effort to work the mines was
ninde but abandoned as proflfless. and
1lc sl)0t was nPan forgotten till found
by Livingstone. Now It Is chiefly ln-
wre"R 10 arcneoiogists. wno are re-
spon-sinie tor tne watcumen. I5ut tne
annons apparently :ire too lively for
the local police.
The challenge of leadership must be
the Inner spontaneous response to an
outer -opportunity or it will never last
; Success artists are flooding the
world with ready-made recipes for hew
to win. They forget that you .can't
put vision where there is np Inclina-
tion tn vision. And where there Js
no vision failure is bound to result.
That's why It Is that so many people
never get beyond the point -of work-
ing for the other man. They are just
laves of. today. They fear responsi-
bility toads that bring joy to the
heart of tho real man crush them.
But where men see the possibilities
there Is no limit to what they may
accomplish. At bottom a man must
have in him something of the soul that
appeals and fee the self-mastery that
urges him to attempt what others have
failed In. It may" seem n' common
thing but It's one of the assets of suc-
cess.. Cicada Does Not Travel.
The real locust Is a sort of nomadic
miltant: . Its hordes like those of
AtHla thoMluu sweep hither and yon
a'wnys on the move destroying as
they go. The cicada Is a homo body.
The tree from which any individual
cicada dropped as a newly hatched
larva 17 vears ago Is the exact tree
under which lie will emerge pn his next
appearance up which he will crawl to
cast his pupal skin and in which he
will meet his mate and . sing his love
song in which he will pass his days of
decrepitude and from which in a few
weeks his dead body will :fall almost
upon the spot vhere he as a larva-
fell 17 years before and burrowed Into
Baby Was Poor Company
While Ted wis standing In front of
the grocery store a wdman friend
came along -wheeling her five-months-
old son. She risked Ted If . he wouhl
watch the baby until she came out of
the store. Ted replied with taire.".
About five minutes later on ieoinlng
out of the store she asked: "DJd you
find my sort good company Ted?''
"No tna'am" auswered "Ted. "Why.
I Jiad tb do all 'the alklugrnnd he
would not even say one w'onL" ' :
' 4 ' r' ' - s- it- i t -
Car AYMte Crest Flour just uuload
ed. ...Looiiey Merc (fy . w
Abilene Chamber of
Commerce to Donate
$20000 to College
ABILENE Aug. 13. The Abilene
Chamber of Commerce is- Inaugurat-
ing a campaign this week for $20000
as a gift to Abilene Christian College
to apply on that institution's 32.r0000
building and endowment fund now be-
" President Jesse IP. Sewell of the col-
lege who has visited many sections of
the state announces that much of the
fund Is already subscribed. One man
agreed to build a $50000 huilding at
the college he declared. This school
is the highest rated of any Church of
Christ institution in the state.
Paris Gets Russ Ballet
Despite American Bids
(By International News Service)
LONDON Aug. 13. The Russian
ballot which got itself Isolated in
Spain by the var and put in a de-
layed appearance in London has been
the object of bidding between New
York and Paris and Paris won with
the lowest bid. It is reported one
million francs were offered for the
Paris engagement and that Ameri-
can theatrical interests topped that
by a good margin. But the ballot
will go to Paris first.
Michael Sannes 43
Takes 73-Year-OId Bride
NEW YORKv Aug. 13. Michael
Sannes forty-three Knows a thing or
two. He hasn't lived forty-three
years for nothing. He has had ex-
perience. and Michael says you can
believe him when he says that exper-
ience Is a dear Instructor.
Michael appeared at City Hall the
other day bringing on hfs arm Mrs
Anna Paulsen who blushingly admit-
ted she was seventy-three. They took
out a license and were married and
lived hut that's getting too fast.
'You can marry a young 'un If you
want to and then teach her how to
keep house1" said Michael "but not
for me. I was married onoe before.'.'
Rattlesnake Plague and
No Cure Now in Kansas
(By International News Service)
' WHITE CLOUD Kans.. Aug. 13.
Farmers living near White Cloud- do
not plow their corn barefooted any
more all on account of "prohibition."
Since July 1 the county has been
infested with a plague of rattlesnakes
and- war has been declared on them.
Several persons have been bitten by
snakes this summer it is reported.
White Duey a well-known farmer
here killed a rattlesnake with nine-
The old public market was a place of bar-
tering. There the housewife matched
her wits against the seller's and the
better man won out by a penny or two.
Some paid more some less for identical
articles according to their separate
abilities to haggle.
--.' . '
Advertising has helped to make buying
fairer for all by stabilizing prices.
e advertiser names his price
" for all.
You know that in paying it you re gettihg
; the same deal as the next one. You
may not havefealized what a saving in
time.; money and convenience in this
alone the advertisements mean to you.
A return for a week to the old ways of sell-
ing would quickly convince you of the
service the advertisements in your pa-
They are your market place today lead
- them.v ;';'i;?:-:-;.;'': -
. t -" IT "
Coon Hunt Is Staged in
(By International News Service)
NEWPORT R. L Aug. 13. The"
monkey dinner the master stroke of.
diversion introduced by Harry Leh'rv:
now gives way to the coon hunt for'f
society's excitement in these "dry""
The hunt was staged along Bellevue.
avenue. A fat but agile raccoon whicfii
escaped from the estate of Paul J.'"
Rainey the African explorer was ttie.
principal factor in this skiL The rest:
of the cast was made up of Rainey"
servants. Summer fashionables arid
merry villagers and the usual cbll-'.
dren's chorus. The coon leaped along
the aristocratic avenue dodging mo-
tors and causing debutants to skip;'
with hosiery revelations added. The'
purusuit swelled the coon bounded onf
then streaked up a friendly tree.
Henry Nelson with the advantage of
a bicycle was in the van of the chase.
Henry journeyed by the tree and carat-
down with the coon.
Mr. C. M. Bryant piano tuner of
Houston f ormerly of Brownwood;
will be in the city for the next tfehi
days. Mr. Bryant is tuner for DanjeT
Baker and Howard Payne Colleges;:
Anyone wanting a piano tuned or re-
paired can leave orders at L. E. Hal
Music Co. 2t0fr
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