Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 147, Ed. 1 Friday, April 4, 1924 Page: 3 of 8
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THE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL 4 1924
Cockrell's Officer Calls Hi Cost Down
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SPECIALS for SATURDAY and MONDAY
6 BARS CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 25c
4 BARS CREME OIL SOAP 25c
ALL WASHING POWDERS PER PACKAGE . .4c
5 lb. STREPS SWIFTS BREAKFAST BACON. . .95c
SWIFT'S FINEST HAMS PER POUND ..25c
WE SELL HALF HAMS IF DESIRED
4 pounds Good Peaberry Coffee $1.00
FINEST QUALITY SANTOS PEABERRY COFFEE
Pound . 30c
PURE CANE SUGAR PER POUND 9 3-4c
WE CUT PRICES ON EVERY THING EVERYDAY
We Deliver If you order several articles.
SAVE MONEY AT COCKRELL'S
1014 AUSTIN AVENUE PHONE 1170
It's The Store That's Talked About
Second Annual y
Pure Food Show
APRIL 8th 9 th 10th 11th and 12th
King Building Fisk Avenue
Auspices Woman's Missionary Society
First Methodist Church
Show Opens Tuesday Morning April 8th
Coronation of Queen
Tuesday Evening at 8 p. m.
Howard Payne Auditorium
The most spectacular performance ever seen
in West Texas
Bigger Better than Last
Baby Clinic Wednesday Thursday and Fri-
day hours 10 to 12 a. m.
All Babies Under Five Years of Age 2 to 4
c o'clock p. m.
. Dinner .and Supper Served Daily in the
Balcony Tea Garden
Exhibitions from Everywhere
Popular Girl Contest
Big Country Store
Bazaar Candy Booth Contests
Demonstrations of All Kinds
A Week of Fun for All the Family
Season Tickets 50c
Single Admission 10c
COME! COME! COME!
Force hot boiled potatoes through
a potato rlcer or coarse strainer.
Serve lightly pjled in a hot vegetable
Trench Potato Cromioltes.
Two cups hot riced notatoos. two
tablespoons butter yolks of three
eggs one-half teaspoon salt few-
grains cayenne. Mix ingredients in
order given and beat thoroughly.
Shape in balls "then in rolls pointed
at ends -Roll in Hour mark in thron
places on top of each with knife!
place to represent a French loaf. Fr
in deep fat and drain on brown pa
TO f HOWARD PAYNE
GUESTS THIS WEEK-END
INTERESTING PltIGKA.1I STAKTEI)
AT POUR O'CLOCK THIS AFTER-
. N 00N J-:i AROJtATE AFFAIR.
To three cups hot riced potatoes
add three tablespoons butter one-halt
cup cream and salt jLo taste. Beat
vigorously five minutes add one and
one-half canned pimentos (cut in
small pieces or forced through a pu-
ree strainer) and beat until well
blended. Reheat and pile on a hot
Wash pare and cut potatoes in one-
third inch cubes there should be a
cups; -parboil three minutes and
drain. Add one-third cup butter and
cook on back of range until potatoes
are soft and slightly "browned. Melt
two tablesnoons butter -iiibl n fAw
drops onion juice two tablespoons
. Hour and pour on gradually one cup
I hot milk. Season with salt and pap
rika then add one egg yolk. Pour
sauce over potatoes- and sprinkle
with finely chopped parsley
Jlaitrp d'JIotel Potatoes.
Wash pare ami shape potatoes in
balls using a French vegetable cut-
;ter or cut potatoes in one-half inch
cubes. There should be two cups.
Soak fifteen minutes in cold water
and cook iu boiling salted water unti
soft. Drain and add Maitre d'Hotel
Maitre d'Hotel Hulter.
Cream three tablespoons butter
add one teaspoon lemon juice ven
slowly one-half teaspoon salt one-
eighth teaspoon pepper and one-hal
teaspoon finely chopped parsley.
Two cups hot riced potatoes twt
tablespoons butter one-third cui
grated cheese one-half teaspoon salt
J few grains cayenne slightjy grating
mtmeg. two tablespoons thick cream
yolks of two eggs. Mix ingredients it
order given and beat thoroughly
Shape in form of small apples 10!
in Hour egg and crumbs fry in dee?
fat and drain on brown paper. In
serl a clove at both stem and bios
som end of each apple.
MIDLAUD I POPE.
Approximately 200 high school stu-
dents will be in Brownwood kthis
week-end as guests of Howard Payne
which is an annual occurrence in get-
ting students interested in continu-
ing1 their high schpol education on'
into college work.
The work here this week at How-
ard Payne is bene directlv sponsored
by the Baptist Students Union of this
institution which is arranging tho
program of entertainment for the vis-
The annual Junior Prom will take
place this evening in the Howard
Payno gymnasium the Junior Class
having as its guests the visiting high'
..school students. This prom is an
annual affair to which the lush school
students are invited each yea1. It
was thought' better ths year to have
the prom while the students were
here saving two trips.
The visitors wHk be here this af-
ternoon all day Saturday as guests
of Howard Payne college and Sun-
day morning as guests of the differ-
ent churches of the city.
The program will start at 4 o'clock-
this afternoon. .1. P. Boone general
secretary of the Baptist Students'
Unio.s whose olllces are in Dallas
will be one of the most prominent
speakers on. the program.
Another of prominence kJ J. B.
Crockett of Dallas who is a field
worker for this union. AJso Mrs. .1.
H. Weathorby of Crockett is here for
the meeting oC students.
The visiting girls are being taken
are of and entertained in 'he How-
rd Payne girls' dormitory while
vsiting boys are being cared for ?i
he bovs dormitory and out in town
Knot Hole Club To Be
Organized by Local
Post American Legion
Two cups hot riced potatoes twt
tablespoons butter one-half teaspoon
salt one-eighth teaspoon pepper one-
fourth teaspoon ivelery salt few i
graines cayenne few drops onion j
juice yolk of one egg. one teaspoon-j
finely chopped parsley. Mfx ingredi-1
cnts in order given and beat thor-j
t uglily. Shape dip in crumbs egg'
and crumb acftin. dry one minute In '
deep fat. and dram on brown paper.
Croquettes are shaped in a variety of
forms. Thp most common way is to
first form a smooth ball by 'rolling
one rounding teaspoon of mixture be-
tween "hands.- Then roll on a boar J
until of. desired length and flatten
The Isham A. Smith post American
Legion has taken steps to organize
the Brownwood Knot Hole Club. Any
oy in Brownwood may become a
aiember. He must be under 14 years
jf age and must attend Sunday
school. A membership card will be
ssued to the boy who promises on his
jonor that he will atte'rtd Sunday
school every Sunday unless some-
hing over which he has no control
keeps him away. Other rules and
regulations will be issued all of
.vhich tend to make him a better boy.
The membership card in the Knot
-iole Club will admit the holder -to
ill athletic events staged by the
American Lesion for 10 dents each
vent. The American Legion in ad-
iition will give a big annual picnic
each year in connection with the De
Molay boys for the benefit of the knot
hole club. At the open air stadium on
Paker street the lecrion will build a
special large grandstand for the use
of the Knot Hole Club boys and no-
body else will be permitted to occupy
it during athletic events. Now let
every boy under fourteen send his
nr. ne and street address to tLo Ath-
lectic Committee. American Legoin.-
Brownwood Texas at once and get
ready to enjoy uii.iself all this year-
to p.elp himself and be a little brother
to the legion.
! Potatoes en Surprise
I Make Potato . Croquette mixture.
Shape i small nests ami
fill wtSh Creamed Chckcn. shrimp
or peas. Cover nests . with
croquette mixture then roll in for zi
of croquettes. Dip In crumbs egg and
crumb again; Try in deep fat and
drain on brown paper.
Brownwood High School
.Baseball Team Goes
To Lampasas Two Days
J Tta High School baseball learn
wont to Lammi'ssis todav for the. onen-1
ening games of tho season today and j
tomorrow. me local are connueiu
of winning victory over the Lampas-
as team and if there .is ahvtjiins in
the usual dope horoscope Brownwood.
should have another championship
team. Last year Brownwood only lofet
one game out of a schedule of four
teen. Lampasas split two games with
the locals after playing twelve in-
nings in the last game of a two-
panin Hcliorfiile. nosinir OUt to victory
iof four to five. Coach Blair said just
before leaving lor Lampasas utai ne
had a splendid team last your' but
the team .this year is much better in
every wav. Six or seven nans of
boosters went to . Lampasas this
morning and there will be in addition
about thirty high school visitors when
.the game is Called at Lampasas this
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Wins Cash Prize for
Booklet Cover Design
In order to stimplatp interest as
well as to bring out artistic talent
and original thought the Chamber or
Commerco recently offered a cash
prizt. of twenty-five dollars to the
person who would suggest a rover
published and circulated d iring the
West Texas Chamber .of Commerce
design for a booklet' that is to be
Convention representing the spirit of
Brownwood. There were twenty-two
most worthy suggestions submitted
and out of this number tho .Mjiumit-
tee selected the one submitted by
Captain Hostetler. The design Js a
picture of the Old Cray Mure on
which is seated Miss Ruby Lathem.
band sponsor. Just below is a red
heart in which is Brownwood. Clust-
ers of pecans are at each of tho four
corners while around the picture is
the legend. "KntlreJv Surrounded by
Texas". The rover design Is very tine
and will he copyrighted.. Honorable
mention was given by the committee
to Miss Emma Letn Newton. Murray
Saunders and Mrs. M. W. Morris.
7f0 Ihh WILL ENTERTAINED.
(Bv Associated Press.)
ABILENE Tetfft. April 4. S. L.
Neely 74. retired pioneer West Tex-
as newspaperman died at. his'honie
here today. He had been connected
with West Texas newspapers for 30
years and begnn work on the Abilene
Reporter in I00
I desire to congratulate Hie success-
ful candidates in the re:er.t election
and to say that I bear no ill will to-
wards anybody; whether they voted
for me or against me- Pin still for
Brownwood first last and all the time
and expect to back to tho extent of
my ability everything that tends to
upbuild the town.
Let's all get together and make
Brownwood the biggest and bca: town
in Central West Texas.
And. finally I want to Invite every
man who voted against me ns woli as
every man who voted for me to join
Dr. Smith's Sunday School class Sun-
day morning at the First Methodist
L. H. GUTHRIE.
Of Brown County Shows
Record Hard to Beat
The sheriff's department of Brown
county has all' matters pertaining to
Its line of duty pretty well In hand
as the official record will abundantly
show for Instance since Sheriff Hise
has been in office which is littlo more
than one year there has been -41
grand jury Indictments and out of this
there has been 150 convictions; 17
cases are stl.ll pending and four were
dismissed. Of the four dismissals two
were dismissed because they were al-
ready under sentence -to go to tlio
When you step out in one of these smart Spring Suits your friends wjll Jay
"Mighty good-looking suit. Where'd you get it Bill?" They'll expect the answerrfor
they know we are the first with the latest. . The new vogue is unusual in model
in patterns and in value that's all you want and you make sure of getting it by
choosing your new suit here. fc
SUITS OF GABARDINE and TROPICAL WORS-
TED. Come in Tans Gray or in the Neat Pin Stripes and
Checks. Such well known Brands as Griffon and Famous.
For Men and Young Men in Slims Stouts and Regulars I
Extra trousers to match $5.00 to $8.00
ENGLISH BROADCLOTH SHIRTS
with collar attached or neck band style.
Magnificent value at
SHIRTS of Madras Pongee and Ox-
ford cloth Plain colors or the neat
stripes and checks. In collar band or.
Prices .$1.50 to $2.50
New Spring Luggage
Gladstone Bags with .steel frame guaranteed not to crush in. Suit Cases Brief
. Cases Hand Bags and Trunks from makers of national reputation.
See our line of "INDESTRUCTO" trunks in box Steamer and Wardrobe
style. An insurance policy for five years; which guarantees against loss in any
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
MEN'S HOSE of fibre silk with lace stripe assorted solid colors. 50c value
for Saturday only 3 pairs for . . .V. : ... . $L00
SEVEN POINT Mercerized hose. Good assortment of colqrs. A regular 35c value.
Special for Saturday 5 pairs for $1.00
ARROW BRAND soft collars Saturday 9 for . . $1.00
MEN'S UNION SUITS of Nainsook athletic style. Sold regularly for $1.00 for
Saturday each jgc
MEN'S HOSE SUPPORTERS all 50: values Saturday at 39c
Secure your Tickets now for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
Hallum Drug Company
New Soda Fountain
The Hallum Drug Company today is
opening Its handsome new soda foun-
tain. In the Baker street store of this
veteran drug firm.
The now fountain Is of the most
modern type and has been installed
so as to serve the public with the ut-
most of convenience and comfort. The
long-established reputation of tho
Hallum Drug Company for thorough-
ness and efficiency in alt Its business
will be Fiistaincd In the soda fouatnin
service with the utmost of cleanli-
ness exacted in every detail' of tho
fountain operation. A complete line
of cold drinks will be served.
Everything Is Ready
For Pure Food Show
Which Opens Next Week
Everything Is ready for the Puro
Food Show which opens next week
under the auspiqes of the Women's
Missionary Society of the First Meth-
odist church. The coronation cere-
monies will take place at Howard
Payne Auditorium Tuesday night and
an admission fee will be charged the!
statement that there would bo no such
fee being a mistake. There will be
an admission fee. "the public gener-
ally Is invited to attend and help the
cause remembering that; every cent
above expenses ta)ton In by the mis-
Hlonary society will bo turned Into the
building fund of the First Methodist
Halt of our Uvea are spent 'talking
to people about other people.
United Life Association
(A LOCAL MUTUAL AID)
IT PROTECTS THE HOME
Gives immediate financial Help when it is needed most.
No red tape. No delaps. All claims paid quickly.
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i Brownwood Texas April 1 1 924
".Received of M. D. Ussery Secretary $1000 in full
payment of -all -claims under Policy No. 545 on the life
of Mark L.-Heatherly.
Signed: Flora O. Heatherly Beneficiary."
The above Claim was paid in approximately 24 hours
after the death of Mr. Heatherly proof of the fact that
demonstration speaks louder than Words.
Are you a member? If not we want you to be. We
have room in GROUP NUMBER ONE for a few mem-
bers provided you ACT QUICKLY.
See M. D. Ussery Secretary 502 First National Bank
Building or anypf our salesmen.
Help Build a Home Institution for
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Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 147, Ed. 1 Friday, April 4, 1924, newspaper, April 4, 1924; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth342850/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.