Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 272, Ed. 1 Friday, September 2, 1921 Page: 2 of 6
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Required Before :
.Supt. G. W. Page .otthe city schools
announced today vaccination will be'
required of all children hefpre 'thfsfy?
will be- permitted lb enter scHool Sen-
I WejjWey Watson-Flier 1
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a theCourOiejri;ef The
to trtm tlU Cmmm..TrmM each
Ay iiwibT lwwrfac & news item will 1mu hare
WStfee Secretary's office not later than Thursday
taks up. A
Tfce rendu monthly aweting of the
tart of directors bM tnerectors
MH of ttMfatitiftW- of Commerce
or amdrtance were
committee from tbe
tor support for a
-a it '
to the directors
aoaial aatf apw. referred to tbe Agri-
M OFFICERS MAKE
- wmm in hl
set fa. aack of .tbe ProhibWon. Eaforcemeat OnteerRV
It a grandly aaaatsi. Areomnanieri hv Clarence
people wm"aT-rpi -jtf: M." ip?s of Coleman;
uiin-oa 'ts- w.iie ai.
of aoer aad lUtht
mm- ajai itwas
fa auraatlamte the rateVnow exlai-Mf-
m$ attt a cufeaasn ta liave
.'.rioB falpBed. i?apectai commit
feted eoaststias ot D. F.
ran: Brooke Smith aad
Ofav. This oommfttee wili
afWltj-to so mto the mat -
ts ia loped ttat the inveatlga-
a reduction of Vgbt
where they will" be .taken to Saa -'A
gelo within the next day or two.
Gvaniis charged with operaOn? a still
wfcieo. is in viola'. ion of tbe Yolad
prohiaitiee act Tlie matter will he
heard before the proper federal au-
MaoritK at 9aa Ancek: and the par
ties cither admitted to bail or ire-
maaded for trial foilowins action of
the federal grand jury
The still wa found by the officers
in fail operation being located in the
anrnteahojue la oae corner of the yard
Srery crack and cievice of thel
btd QlHtfn. wns Spaaed. The fkill
m oTthewie4y;kB0wa as TA -gallon
fapai'ajid! w eoiaple in fvprA
u "ftey. what building's thai?" B4von' ashlniton visitor used toaaK
ptrcetcar cortductdrs aind traSks ci'0!at WHtn they paaswl the PoeU
'.(!mce'IertarltMetit oa PjennsylvaAia lAS-e??ii; Xew Wilt Havs. noatiaaW
Pjennsylvartia !AS-eu. xew WiHHavs. noatmi4i.:
.iitini. i j)ut aewen overbite tiOrtt k3entify the ulacc. t " hisVAill-t-Hh
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HELQ HERE MI
JtEPORTS lfKOX OTHl CIIBS
JtEADjtJkD SUGG18TI0XS XiDE
v TO LOCAL CLtf.
' in its regular noon luncheon today
the Rotary Cl.ab of Brownwood ion-
ducted a miniature conference for the
district of Texas with Lee Watson
acting as district governor;renresent-
ing George C. Hqlmgreen Ojf Sari An-
tonio governor of the ISth district
ba oa aaaav - -
"a ah Wk Wfanmt
-.5 iXfflytrn1Wicip&t Christmas jre celebrations. 'an; abnormal demand wMi resultant
JrZ W? 1""W-JnM bWbball games club extension; con- hMi rentals. Theki turn have
ktructtoabthWs for Boy Sfcodf tamp. been 'nfade the justlflitjitioh for legls
talks on tocationaf ork;!in 7fhe public
schools street pavinif and'Hlmllar Bitf-f
..... v . t : tn-v- ju t j ;ia.-'
mcipat -imprOYemeniE larmer-un-y vu-
of all asMi
'Ohi anin of tbe state.
GaUsiorffe &e militia
aha lapra of-fl -state to
Lagfsaatuie fat eTwra-
aaaaow'wMaaT ocossiOB' de-'
jam Iba U lail I of tbc-gapalc-Ipx
luiiawtaalilWHi of stack Ineaa-
Maaay dasf expadteit'
HLealatatuie for aifi
-aai pal ot
it of money TaqaJred to he
by taxation for all
located after the officers had informed
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J?m WWWnrW securing m for boy'and'glvls a: t-
mtitoGj informed them that it wao-M aniLH Li 'e rji&li
1. - -1 . MUh fcW au rv.r vw "Tw vO " f
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artolieatreryed; together - with tne- whiskey
td "soar niaafrviiad Masii Opna .fas
roaght to iftowxwood -wra;het
baabwid. ao'iwas here a buaiaeaa
puMlsh eaf I"" 'aMoed nader arrest iiaad
who watle a dean ackiwieopement J oong gridiron dinner-shows creation
of tae whole husiaees denying nor
attempting to deny nothing accordtng
10 tne oaicers.
Mrs. Qojin's mother died recently
and when arraeted Gnn was in
Brownwood for th purpose of taking
steps to hare the estate given proper
until we haw- covered all
business of tbe State;
with Bm United
iUl extraditions had
repricTes commutationr. af
Pardons remits "ito.es
n sues cases where
of jnstioe demand. Fills
is tet or-diatrtct offi-
. - nf k Tu&Ia-
aetaav.-oa. srery hill passed
I JiPbM'tai Male to aach
JSbm. aMt Baard of
(By Associated Press.)
CINCINNATI Sept. 2. It is re-
ported that the matter of enacting
laws to govern rental ofi residence
property "will receive serious consid-
eration 'at the annual convention ot
the American Bar Association to be
Members. of the locja.ctybrj&ad re- lldjn Cincinnati froiu August 30 to
pbrt from toe followmg rycluW Sepiember 2. Ml f
of thlTstate: AmariUoAuatihrBeR PlThe' Cpmmlttce vbiftr Noteworthy
Changea In Statute! iJaws' in the re-1
no.rtwydh it will prteentito the con-
yentton ac tne session mtt inursuay
rening Septemberilfywill say:
Gofers Tiaifed iteaaaVai. .diaJ' U .1.' ot.ia.faararana. tenant
state:. AmariUo Aus.tih. Bel-
Oao. huadred gallons of oorn i ' " . 7" i- .lr:
was iMin4 jUso. one ami. cne-
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CHANGE IS ALL" FK0BABILITY
litLL BE SU60ESTE1)
I w 1 1 hi i.iii wHr mi inn k . . .
It is ph.vi.ous that dilldreiHye
im.enects irom ' rs-vacoaiatiDn-.anflfi-
7.ainatod- will 'be5 gfeh
Kwru- xgainsi xae poasieiMcyt LUlsf
ceniagion- ; f&mWM
ItUBUI KAISEP OK .lllLTi : I
r ' . . - : i ' U'v
tBy Interpatk)nalIe.g Srrjce.) (
which has taken up Us home with Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Sterher here Is aa
temperamental as the most tempera
mental artist. "While yet young it
suffered an injury to ope 1 apd
Airs bterner took care cf It and
nursed it back' to health
. She forcibly fed It- bread and milk
Shu upon W reBvery' "lheb7nt Tffs'
TUtrofcier" dayr Mrs. Sterrter hGihg
absent it called upon a neighboring
woman jumping on her shoulder and
asking in the robin tongue for its
ray year UpnTiinfir ef Coalmen
Since 1S71 England has reduced her
aeatn rate by one-third.
r McAllen.McIOnnev. prange Lvenl
ka saa. nrrislt.. from ?fn W' tTfVH . fW?4 "
W. A. Davk Victim of
Accident: Wink Htintinp;
. t . CmiMfg Low of r Eimgpri
of student loan funds talks on patrio
tism in public schools free medical
The report of the Brownwood club
was given by President Chester Har-
rison who pointed out briefly some
of the more important achievements
of the club. The report for the local
club measured well in comparison with
those of other clubs and every mem-
ber expressed pride In the report.
Among' ether things which Mr Hard
4nA aeresui4 ot:aL- aacideat which
hswjcnadt when. ;gun iiih h.ws
car 171ns; . in aa ante: .iciile hunting
Thniaday af ternoon. -leU few. th
vohicte and disoaarged -A-- Davis-
sea. of .Jdr. and. Mrs. W A:?Davi. aM
.Maintaiaueic jnicus iare nnsarssof.
his risbt hand and alwhaa a pxin
mi jpfctWoand ia his rjgiit leg. The
young man. howevwvis gttdsg Along
saiy and wtth no draw.baek will soon
e to he on his jcb again. ' t
In company with soue friends
yung Davis was taking ta few -hours
off. enjoying the beginning of tho
hantiog season whtn from seme
cause tbe shot run which he was car
rying in the auto slipped out dis-.
changing both barf ek. It seems 3tbat
most of one one load stuck the three
last ..fingers of hia right hand which
weir aatautatioa necessary
wnua part o?t th other barrel struck
j" h!mit JaaefoitarV k'aaaa.
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9 in i J ma J
leglslaiW has taken tb
n statutes Uke tbbsO
repealing or varyiogewl
Tative regulation of rtawc and terms
anu conouions 01 aeaaacy.
legislation like that contained in the
Act of Congress applicable to. the Dis-
trict of Columbia whi)i treats rental
property as affected with .a public In-
terest and subjects tbe relationship of
landlord and tenant to.commlsion reg-
ulation. "The New York type of statute sim-
ply takes away the remedy of evic-
tion where the contract which the
lanujoru claims m breached is con'
Bldered by the courts to he unreason-
aoie k xor example wnere xne rent
aou pointed out was the pecan plant-demanded by the landlord Is In the
mgeaBipaign of last Vrintef which re-fojnte df the court exaessive. The
fcMl-!n fh nla'ntiiur of a thousand
wood. He sdiA5 the 'club task the mitl tnan. '25'per cehtiii cjcWs of the rent-
atlve in' the reorganisation of the
county health nnrse wbi-k and also in'
the'Boy cout'-worV 'flifch 'barf been
SO SneoessiUi nunng me sirairan.
Other work of the club was pointed
out' by.'Tdr. riarriiion.' with therecom-
meuaatteV that the members 'devete
thotr eftergles knd reouVcjes to assisl-
jagxworthy boys and girls to attend
Bchool and college this year.
lu E. Dublin will be chairman of the
next mselinr. on September 16tk "
Hooe & Evam Well h
Now Down EWit HunoVed
' Feet ; WMa?s 345.
Reports from the north BjFpfn
county field JTriday Indicated that the
the fteshy nfrt f his right leg. rrheHorea & BVanJ' 51 nai! v
New Ybrk legislature iwr declared as'
'of tbe" itrevious yeartiTlie landlord5
can not evict a lenxja wno pays tne
TeashaIe rental. ' i
'"The act of Cdngreg Attthoriie the
Rent Coinmisslon otje j)lstrlct of
Columbia to adopt standard forms of
leases to; 1ix reawnabie f rentals and
'terms 'of tenancy nnWtaJ determine
im-juuiciaj coniromsiBs between
landlord and tennt' ;Tne authority
of ihe' Rent Commission and its pro-
cedure .are analagbiw to that of the
Interstate Commerce Commission in:
the Add. of Interstate commerce. Both;
type of statutes have now been up-
held by the Supreme Court of the
United States ar juirtraable regulation
of public property-in the interest of
the public welfare during the abnor-
mal housing 'ceadttkmstfellowing the
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1 r?;i; "coin Avenue nairnst inmrcm i aaaTi
'SI Rev. J:'M. Lw$)nD. D.pw H
I Church Waco will lead. H
s a Mrsf: J. M. Daw.trm will do nrial wra-Wjisoia tW I
j women and young people. xx L
l-v. v-Mrl H. Vira-il RevnnWeXwiU Kv rka of A. I H
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September 4 to 181921 1 fi I
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REO GARAGEi ?
Good Mechanics to work
on all makes of cars. Good
Gasoline Mobiloil plenty
Give Us VGuT
' Prompt Deliveries
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1 Jteoiwlgat Marke
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uivr vnn Qnur thine vim nftirr Hrrn? irt i viitIk
feature which fo?
of the Modern WoodmW jit'tbeVf hall
to Jrovmoft ra.b were'
of -a most impressing and interes Una
aalnta. .Bevaraj mmia ot laay
pamp arare prasentr T. & MpOraw W.
Hay' W. IS. Chambers i. w. Wrislit.
iA.4Di Harwell .CL MvhvTom Hol-
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i waniMi n sosawa. .399
tec Ja. mm.mk$'mm
gThe commiitee1 furiber reporU that
of the most stfMang features of
recant statutes' ;th ahaoaea of
y largo amount iJe1lMlstruetlon'
Islation with lea rmther than more
theHne of reguiatery legislation.
.1 i.lL. .ST Wf-'
at no oistant
iatortat is bein
5 . i
'fiald at. praat
ana it was statea.tnat;Uiere are i rang!
probswitties of t lease three new
wells being started in a ' shcrt tine
and all .in .thpyiytmnodJatd vicinity tot
akflp in line
" - i'Att(a4
RjV. Reaje:ha?rettirned from
Kat SkHa'cofinty-wliars We held a-yerjf
uoceasTia revival .last week then
bafhg.maay iuMiOoas. to hel chttri
Ok his way home fc soppe4ovar M
lomeU and: attended -the Tmpaiaa
county JfepUst aasociation whkh hah
a. vthra' dnya' t assioB ;of moat in
oeisfnl inature raising suiBcisnl tun
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Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 272, Ed. 1 Friday, September 2, 1921, newspaper, September 2, 1921; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth343625/m1/2/: accessed December 11, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.