Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 178, Ed. 1 Friday, May 12, 1922 Page: 4 of 6
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THE BRbWNWQQD BULLETIN MY 12 1 $22
TikM ft Mcofid-cUM natter-
m ty by sail or oirrt
ftt iHtfc; 1171 ffitmtks; 11. M
SOME CURRENT OPINIONS.
mm MiMic isaatv New Mexico;
"Herend therterare heard threats
I of dismembering "Texas. It is a art
of Statesmanship to make every seQ-
tten ;of theistateyiromrthe piney woods
to the Plains feel a home in its fath-
er's house. The tend given us by
Houston asd Austin is not too 'big
unless the-breed of man has become
top. ;sniall."-rCulien. P. Thomas candi-
date for Unitell States Senate.
mkaimt ArktmsM Louisiana ?6c
MisMtk. I Mfttke U os year
mk AMitki tf.H ose year.
Mel Associated Jrrees -
Mracr Browa sd Lee- Streeta.
rraneous leri eetic o a . tn e
standing or jewOatiOG ot
KT tro firm or teriKrtie!f:fclcfl
Mir jieajla th)r nwmm'9ti&ie
T 1111 wM be ejMloirMec-i
If Jim jtaMsg -broach ft tke ih
of ke publ libera. H l - '
"No one can examine the history of
America calmly and candidly and es-
cape the conclusion that in its main
features it has- been a success. The
foundation and support of.thatisuc-
cees had Its main-source directly- and
indirectly im the learping the piety
and the reverence .which American
colleges had been established to. pro-
mote. They have been the great build-
ers .of character." Calvin Coolidge
Vice-President of the United States.
"It is our purpose. to influence the
hearts and minds of people every-
where especially- those who are inter-
ested enough in .humanity to become
members of the society and make them
place a higher standard of value upon.
Ym xjuoclated Praaa is exclusively
fitiita to the ae "l!reuencatletihuman ife and ufe ore intelligent
eF2l ewi .lapstchw created to M.care and caution in all things. -Dr.
MktTVIU 1 f fl IB 'TltK 1
also tke local newi -published
jr'Ten thousand new radio machines
ir installed each month. The people
. are. 'investing;. at the rate of a millioa.
pilars a day in this latest scientific
lay. A new industry has sprung into
cxiste&ce almost over night Texas is
Ifttening to concerts played in Cali-
fornia or orchestral numbers render-
-feilvdB New York. The attraction of
Ui. radrorhoie is said to i)e more
tkscinating than golf more edifying
pian a popular lecture and "less ex-
lijfisive than free air. There are sev-
eral .millions of these instruments al-
ready in commission and tomorrow
then uiJJ be "WO more. Pretty soon
pVt'i io foni"! listed among the 'com-forts-of
even- Imine." Tiie Tribune is
blpihg aibng the cause. When the
American people like a thing they like
it to the extent of beiagr willinguto pay
:or-it The radio telephone appears
ltd; have made good. '
WICKED. ANp WET.
-(Wickka Falls fiecord-News)
They say tliat New York us a city is
fieti irjeked and wet. It may be wick-
epV Rr -sHrely ie wet. Per capita
tafciatliptiafi t water in the greater
eir'ifi 10 galtons a day an aggregate
4C WWmm. Of thr '6W0GOO0OO in-
Mtato ail--but .about 404000 re
-MB)M TfHk water iy the cit3c For-
'Mclkyor G. 3. McClellan inaugur--the-
CatskiU water system at a
tst of $179800000 but the System
hjsm Its beginning represents an out-lr-of
about $350000000 in; eight
Jrs. New York is the wonder city
of the world and it it keeps on grow-
:iHg in fifty years it will have a larger
fco$nlation than London and Paris
v KESCriXG A COMPETITOR.
(" : (Dallas News)
'P.: E. Slorriss in a communication
published in The News recently calls
attention to an occurrence at Marion
Ofiio as an example of the sort of
pi'Irlt which should prevail in busi-
b'ee nowadays. According to the press
account to which he refers the Lan-
don Dry "Goods Company of Marion
having fallen upon evil times was
compelled to submit to bankruptcy
proceeding in the course of which its
stock of goods was sold at auction.
At the auction the entire stock was-
bid.ln by five Marion firms all of them
competitors o the Landon Company
and held for ten days until "Charles
Eandon could get together resources
for" a reorganization of his former
business. The five firms which did Mr.
iiikndon this service made not a penny
of.profit out of the transaction and
carried the whole matter out in the
fiifest spirit of assisting a man tem-
porarily in the stress of circumstance.
Sir. 3Iorr$ss thinks that an admirable
example of the highest type of gener-
osity. Other 'will think so too. Mari-
on Ohio can never be looked upon as
a- one-man town as long as it produc-
jed'inen such as those who went to the
aid of Mr. Landon.
dent of the newly organized Society
for1 the Prevention of Accidents..
'The American people will never
become great lovers of music until
they understand wbat opera is all.
about and this will never come topass
until opera is "sung In their native
tongue. It is the most stupid thing in
the world to have people singing to
you the greatest music of the ages in
tongue that you can not understand.
This is the only country in the world
where they permit it to be done."
Lois Ewell well "known prima donna
who says she has sung German opera
in Italian in Italy.
THE OLD HOME TOWN
T j. - - '
Shield U. S. Lives In Chinese War
MAO:iifti rrrcv VUAI PP TODAY WENT THROUGH THE
Baggage left by rwstaraxza. the fortune teui-cr
who Hugff.tepcr ukht tbwN vcsthrdav:
Vhen. you see a man in Tlniform
trat him nice. He may be our army.
Very few cooks stay single f
If there must be a war CbinaL is a
fine place for it to be. !
A good mixer these days means a
Trouble in Genoa is not a bit back-
ward about coming forward.
The female with the specie -is imore
lavish than the male. 1
Many a single man owns a flr.ess
.suit that has been married a .dozen
'times. - -
The answer to! the woman question
" Life is oftenwhat somebody elne
Some men who wbh't . gamble any
;other way pick out a strange place for
Wouldn't it be funny If everybody
A girl on hand Is worth two on the
In Genoa every time a question
shows up It's a showdown. (
Harding smokes a corncob pipe. Bet
bis wife is mad. )
In Pompeii archaeologists dug up
wine buried 2000 years ago. Itl does
seem that long since prohibition.
Many a man who Jsn't worth a cent
is1 paying alimony.
'Reading the names of the Chinese
generals sounds like a fire alarm.
We don't know how much educa-
tion there is; but it isn't enough.
New York's overcrowded condition
may be due to the way preachers cuss
her raw shoes.
BY PARCEL POST.
The latest efficiency test of the par-
cel post department of the postoffice
service was to send a boy by mail.
The initial use of the department Jtor
that service is not calculated to be-
come popular for in this case the hus-
band sued hiB wife for divorce on
jground of having thus disposed of the
jywmgster who; according to reports
'arrived jsafely tagged and sitting In
".tie" Hiall car enjoying seeing the men
SENSATIONAL DRAMA "SHAME"
BOOKED FOR LYRIC THEATRE.
' nT...i . ' j i ii j fin 1
HE'S NOT A MEMBER.
It is not
often that I take advant-
Stanilflg of tke Teams.
Played. Won. Lost.
Fort Worth ...22
iwicuua uans .zo
age of a situation aijd rush into printtnouston i. 26
just for the advertising 1 will get San Antonio ...26
from so doing. Just to see your name
in prink is a wonderful sensation. To
have your name whispered about on
the street and when you pass by to
have men turn and look after you and
remark "There goes a member of the
" well a good deal depends
upon what they say you are: a mem-
ber of as to whether' it is gratifying.
Now I am a member of several
organizations and I am not ashamed
to tell the world that I .do belong to
them. I am a member of Coggin Ava.
Baptist Church and-I am not ashamed
of it. I am a thirty-second degree.
Mason and I. am not ashamed of that
I belong to the Odd Fellows lodge in
Brownwood and I am not ashamed to
tell the world about it. I. carry a
policy and membership In the Wood-
men of the World and I am not
ashamed of It. I am. a member and
carry a policy in the International
Travelers. Association and I see no
reason for covering that up from
anybody. My wife and I bold dimits
from the Eastern Star lodge in Mar
ble Falls and will become members
of the Eastern Star In BrownwooJ
soon unless we are black balled. In
fact 1 have been quite a joiner in my
life. I have Joined about everything
that came along that I thought was
any account. But there is one organ
ization that I have not joined and that
is the Ku Klux Klan. .
A number of my friends have told
me within the last day or two that it
was being talked on the streets that
I was a member of the Klan. The man
who started that told nn unmitigated
falsehood. I have been at a loss as tn
whether he was trying to slander me
or the Klan. Anyway I'll be glad If
you will publish this just to keep th
Yours for the truth
W. It. HORNBURG.
Dallas . . .24
. Yesterday's Results.
Beaumont 9 Dallas. 6.
Houston 7 Wichita Falls 5.
San Antonio 3 Shreveport 2.
; Galveston aU Fort Worth;
c . -
Tod8y'g Schedule 7
Beaumont at Dallas
dalveston at Fort Worth.
Houston at Wichita Falls.
San-Antonio at Shreveport.
Staaiiag of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
New York 26 Jg 8 .692
St. Louis 26v 17 9 .fif.4
Cleveland .....25 .13 12 .520
Chicago .24 11 13 .458
Philadelphia ..24 11 . .13 -458
Detroit 25 1.1 14 - .440
Boston ...22 J) 13 .409
Washington" ... 26 9 . '1.7 .341
AMERICAN BEAUTY 'OF
FUTURE IS YISUALIZED
. (Gainesville Register)
Yoh can tell the world that great
&m4 glorlouB Cooke county is going to
shatter the record with its grain crop
this season provided the rainmaker
will let up in hl& persistent efforts for
ug about a month until the luxuriant
feeeis bow forming can ripen suffi-
ciently to allow harvesting. Pros-
pects were never more flattering and
'Ue Good Lorl tawws the farmers of
ikfe country seed the money and food
te be derived from a splendid yield of
And incidentally we know
'"Shame." the Will lam Fox .super-
special which created a sensation In
New York will be shown at the Lyric
beginning next Monday.
'This is an announcement of im
portance for the picture is conceded to
be one of the biggest of the year. Its
power of appeal was tested at aprom-
inent Broadway . theatre where it drew
large crowds at every performance and
made a tremendous impression.
Shame" is. the story of a young
man David Fielding born in an alien
land who is brought back to thii fam
ily home in San Francisco as a child
after his father'stragic. death. jHe in-
herits his grandfather's enormous
Wealth and becomes bead of the big
.Fielding shipRing interests. He mar
ries a beautlfulj.'antli talented woman
and is expecting paternity. Life so
far has been kind to young Fielding
Insurance Man Tells
J M EtienJ?$ Recovery
"lie suffered consideraoiy irom
gas in stomach and colic attacks.
and at times was very yellows. Hia
doctor dtagRoeed -nig ailmejtt as gall
bladder trouble and that an operation
was necessary. Some one persuaded
him to try Mayr's Wonderful Remedy.
Since taking it one year ago he tell
me ne nas Been -ampie to eai
ay thing" - It ieit simple harmlafla'
preparaiioa :tnat rnmpves. me aiari:
hal mucus from the intestinal tract
and allays the Inflammation wh'.ch
causes practically all stomach; liver
and intestinal ailments including
appendicitis. One doge will conyinc
or money refunded. Renfro-McMinn
Drug Company and druggists every-
wheret MOTHER'S DAY.
Go to Denman Music Company buy
a song entitled-. Mother's Smile: to
.Her PaKv najriiiir!' far AO.. And vou
will' eoelve jree jpy of '"Jfetjier ol
(By International News Service.)
LONDON" May 12. She will have
brdwn hair warm brown with g4iribi
of bronze and copper In it chestnut
brown. Her complexion will be neither
fair nor olive yet a little of both and
it will carry its own crimson or scarlet
high lights of health. Her figure will
be almost boyish lithe willowy;
athletic by reason of exercise in the
great out-doors she so loves." - 1
"That -is how I visualize the
American Beauty of the future" says
E. O. Hoppe. the artist-photographer.
"At present there is not in my
opinion any ideal type of American;
girls. But the type is in
process of evolution. .. It may take
another two years to establish it firm-
lyJThen thojtypo will bo as. I have
Detroit 5 Boston 3.
New York 4 Chicago J. f
St. Louis 5 Washington 3. v
Cleveland 5 Philadelphia 4.
j Three Chineso women f.und guilty of -misdemeanors serve their time
in the "cangue" after t s manner fu ivbich witches were punished in the
colonial days of Amorca.
Chicago at Boston.
Detroit at New York.
Cleveland at Washington.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
Standing of ilio Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pr"
New York ..'...23 18 Tr ?7J
St. Louis 23 13 10 5G5
Pittsburgh ....23 '13 10" .565
Chicago ...-...22 .12 10 .54o
Brooklyn .....22 10 12 .455
Philadelphia ..20 9. .11 .430
Cincinnati ....26 9 17 346
Boston 21 6 15 286
Cinqinnati 9 Boston 5.
St. Louis 2 New York 6.
Pittsburgh 12 Brooklyn 6.
Philadelphia 11 Chicago 9.
Notice Us given tlit Uis City of
. Boston at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
New York at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Electric Bulbs. 'Phone our Hard-
ware Departriient and let them eome
on our regular grocery run Loohey
TheheJJnitefl States marines and sailors from the V. S. S. Albany are protecting American lives and busies
Interests in China while ci il war rag e outside the walls ot Peking. . .
sssfi jHfir ' A BSS
AGED X0BILE WOXAX
DO JURY SERVICE.
. ; SA'S EMPHATICALLY.
V 1 "J
How to Live Long
K ' v J
Dental Qlinic Cpsned
for Veterans of War
(By International News Service)
MOBILE Ala. May 12. There'll
be. no complication from mixed jqry
seryiqe in .the young life of Mrs
Mary A. McLane Mobile centenarian
who celebrated the hundredth
anniversary of her birth by registering
and qual.-fying for exercise of the
She declared in emphatic language
that she does not propose to serve
On any juries in spite of the factthat
she has become a. full-fledged citizen.
"Yes;" she said T have registered
and can: vote nqw. But I won't serve"
on the jury. No I won't go oa.the
jury but I'll vote."
Registering for the vote was not all
that Mrs. McLane did In ceiebcfOB
of her birthday. She went downs J$fthe.
business heart of the cjty and later
was the guest of honor at a party it
which she ate cake canydy and other
delicacies but declared that for
ordinary diet she stjll prefers nr
cornbread and turnip pot liquor."
Mrs. McLane was born In Green
county. Georgia near Gainsborough
a hundred years ago where. -her
father was a prominent carpentsr.
She was one of a family of eight
girls and two boys She say sfce
ronembcrs well the old home wbtea
she went to school as a little rirL
j (By International News StvJcq.)
BOSTON. May 12. Tho new ilfteen-
( chair dent:;! -cilr.ic r.t the district of-
i flee of llclk S. Yetraa?" Bureau herej
l iimi- ii nn0tt f-MilVr.r nrntill pln!ni!
of ex-service men living in and around . end ot taking trips with her family.
Boston will fee caief? for at this clinic. She declares that her recollection of
The new dental clinic has all mod-jtbe falling stars in 1833 Is vivid.
' orri Cental equipment and appliances. When she first came to Mobileae in
.Dr. Arthur K. Bridges district mau-'lS53 it was a wild place she says a
i ager of the bureau states that by es- forest standing on the site of the
tablishment of such a clinic. in ad- Benevolent Home on Governmeat
dition to expediting the Care and treat-
i ment of the ex-service men. the gov-
! ernment will save more than $60000
A force of twelve dental operators;
one oral surgesn two oral hygienists
two nurses eight dental assistant
and tv?o laboratory assistants are to
be employed in the government's oi
street where she now lives and the
Indians still roamed that part of the
After a strenuous day she retire
happy she said and with no ill effects
from her protracted celebration
except a slight tired feeling. '
;anization. All have been selected b.BalKnfifer Begins
a group of expert dental examiners
j following a thorough examination.
.WEST VIKWMA 3LVN.(!S
FINISHED SCHOOL TEKH
fBy Intfljinational NcwsServlc2.
POIXT PLEASANT. iY. Ya. May 12.
-Del Upton aged sixty-eight school
BAIlJLIXGERriTex. Maya2. Ej6p-
ratjions are being made" early to nake
tho Runnels County Fair to be aUgetf
here September 14th 15th and JSth
the most successful in Us history; Ac-
cording to Stuart L. MTilliams Jwcje-
tary. The fair will have the 'support
. : .1 n tkH i. n -it
Dr. Richaj 1 Conner. 70.
Walks pu ins inuuis several times a;teaCiieIt Baptist preacher and prohi
day. 'inat Keeps mm young uo saya..bit0nj5tuin SnCaker. will be crad--t o C
inlril.ne nn limirin nllnll fmm thn PniTtl .. . -
Pleasant High School this year. He
is probably the oldest student attend-
AUTO U AS KILLS II AX.
(By International-News Service.)
DE.VVRR. Mav l2Emil Pederson
M i lv .t'l iij it . iii ituiif iiiitiiiir uiutamiiiu t . . .. t . n i .1 . .. ......j.. .
TIot- Ic flohil lmrn frnm "niitn sraa". V.h k'. exposition
J I ;ui . i 1IU11 ijiiv;:. IVtlUIl IIU gUiS IUU
Pllprworkine in a irarace Pederson i.Vud
offered merchasts and. manufacturers
for exhibits. Agriculture. piiiltry
livestock automobile and
too old to be a student.
Xt. Sniiflnv. Ik MOtllPr'8
Brownwood will purchase on May 12 Tpmpmhpr ilpr iv iezriilu
n n -m . . . ... ' j 7 a " ' - ; . - ' W... fcW .V.. ". " ..WW V . J
1Q9 nnn Vnnl Pnnilotnr T(9.f. mnilo T rt . i. i..i.-yT' 'n..rmt S!r- .. . - - .
.u- .y.. . messages now ior ueuvery - aiHHHy xo mtvu mnaiuu ti6v x'pton is the father of live chlldr
car wanted.. Old car must be wjnj. Uionoxide gas from the exhaust "of; -
n as part payment balance .cash. tyisSTJvRtf U'10 TRLEGJlilPII engine and phyilcjuns deolaro thU Kip stock DishcK and; Table. Cutlery
offer . with . A. C. Bratton XJity " rnYPAXY ' - iV'J gas caused his deaths - of all kinds. Lopuey Mercantile Co.
Manager. v .... - k 1 ' . . . : .
taK a school in West Virginhx "-lart will each have a department aT.jSe
Save the sarface aitd ya. saj sMicr-
LBig assortment of Paints m- Vin-
ishes. Looney's Hardware "Deajrt.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Helen Had Already Tken Inventory.
U GALLED VOL! FIVE
WANT To TALK
SET ME OM
VESJ have! "
YOU GCrf AWAY
ME ANY MOK1E.V-
THE LAUMDflESS 1
Htt?E. TODAY AND .
I. . CAN'T PAY HEF2 -
.WfLLJ . CAN'T CME OgT
THERE MOW - STALL HER - .
ALONG - TELL' HER YOU'LL.
PAY HER NEXT WEEK -OH
SAY! hQOK -)N THAT PAIR.
OF TROUSERS HANGING IMV
CLOSET TVllNK Vo&li. F1NO-
TWO ONE OLLAfc
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