Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 166, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 30, 1921 Page: 2 of 6
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XL CL jatjatanh; AUacii street; res-
X. XL AHacigat; Beeas street; resi-
Garage on decs road ga-
III Viae cettagej.
. Xlaohpare Darham street resi-
dLX. Pbct Darhaai street; resi-
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X. JgcaateoaAaatia urease res-
Ljnaa Carr ilSl Healer street re-
ecaeT. Wallers 182.Pecaa street
Ctfdoar Sarai residence
JfaTaae aTeaae rest-
fi A. Kic&als Mam BealevartI
Jwt-wmwei Heickts reeiieace ?20.
;W. -JL Stsyrea Melwsed repairs
. C. P. Kitckefi Ave&ae E residence
.J. lu Tkemac Aveaae residence
t.C IL Beyett Center avenue res:-
. Xd GriSa Aveaae A resMeace
Iaei L. Lewis Coaaache street
C. M; jHUiaa 310 West Lee street
. JL AUbrigkt Wales street. Brown-
wm Heiks resMeace JlW.
-JL X. Clardy Maia atret resilience
' J. W. Mclatosh repairs Labor Tem-
. pie Coater aveaae
J. B Saoca 912 MaJoae avenae res-
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JL N. IlMBtason 1110 Tabor street
Mrs. Bea Nolan garage Alva street
.Mrs. Leaa Flemlster Avenae D re-
pairs $250. '
.JaW W. Malone Coggia avenue
.E. T. Perkinson Avenae C
;Xra Delia Pattersoa Rnral avena'e(
Way Motor Co:
Meaers. Walter Helmecke aad Geo
Xprirapd who have recently been con-
aced with the & H Aato company
aave taken oyer the latter and moved
i&!othek vs) baiidins oh the Bayou
road chaagiag the name of the firm
tv the HI-Way Motor company. While
tits building iato which they are
BMTi&g is apt quite completed they
are ample prepared to take care of the
needs e aate owaers in the way of
rcpairiag saMlies tires etc Oae of
the attractive featarea of the eater-
prise is that coavesieBt gasoline filling
station which Is so arraaged that
warn cars are betas ailed tney are
set i& the pahlic highway. The garage
Is coaveaieBtly located and well ar-
raaged. Bfwawood BmmI Wil
- -Gm to Sat Stfct Ifay 22
To Give Fne Coacsft
JThe Browawaot haad has bees xa-
yii y the ckizeac et Saa Saba !tc
visit "their geod towa aad. the jayHa-.
7 tie has beea accepted.' Saailay. May
St ic the dtLy.jaad the'baad iateads: tc
-ef extra thraBeoa tale
at ywiat is jtc
early hear as as-!tc
ipjimUb Tae alaa at arasot is itc - I .
1iL.1 ijTBriiin". SnS 3ft ec aliarjajjri&k tune luindrede ctjiomds of sick I
MtaZi ai that nuiatii- 3 peflfpfe kajwegred WKoul any I
IWpjppObpji Ift'6"1 "" 1"0 Kmi yOUr TUt I
Kaiaa- SampaitrK rf MwT mnppjTTrr f-ufwLlU I
mi Thursday aStec-
lax ax xeeeftC oteedag; t&w Society!
aijbptnai tfe-foOowfag; wratfe::
"Wlaroatr t&ere? f ai wave; mi fboO
foertaer bi e the- clerk aa galea
yGopfe- oC BrownwsodV asfcfHg; tie- mer-
tar cfese? tfeiir stares oae af
teraooa: each: wek"r preferably" oa
Taarsaay-f. aariag: the months ot Jane
Jaly azdi Aasast? j
"Therefore be it resofved thati "We
the-asemkers at the Coggm' Ave. Mis-
sioEary Scciety are heartily fn favor
etke mere: and will lead the sane
car sappert aad co-operation and re-
setvei farther that a. copy of these
reesIatibBs Be printed in the Bulletin
aad Brown wood News and taat a
copy se sailed to the Retail! Merchants
Aseociatien and Chamber of Com'
mcrce. Mrs. J. C Hood Mrs E F
Jacksoa Mrs- IL H Morrfsv Mrs H.
CL Rscker. Members of the Missionary
Society of th XLToggin Avenue Baptist
CharclL of Brownwood Texas.
San Jacinto Day
in New York Gty
Ralph. TEL Prentice a Brownwood
boy who is making good in iNew York
City writes home that he Is naving a.
woaderful time along with f his work.
He tells of the wonderful time he had
at the ball given by the "Texas Club
of New York." of which he 5s a mem-
ber. .This ball was given in: the grand
ballroom of the Hotel Plaza on April
21 in honor of San Jacinto Bay in
Texas. He describes the affair as one
of the. meet enjoyable that he has at-
tended since he has been in New York.
He say "We had the 'Battle of Flow-
ers' aad everything to make it one. of
the grandest occasions of ;the. year."
Prentice sends his best regards to all
his friends. '
Directory- Expert Says
Brownwood Is Building
Along Substantial Lines
The man who has been j at work
here during the past two weeks col-
lecting data for a new directory for
Brownwood has about completed this
feature of the business. He Stated that
during the past two years at least
three new homes have been built in
Brownwood every njonth according
to the figures he will produce in the
new directory and also thai about 300
new house numbers will be added to
the city directory; that is to say
there will be that many above the
number registered in the city direc-
tory of two years ago. Thlstbe di-
rectory man thinks is a very substan-
tial increase and while it lis entirely
void of any suggestion of fa boom it
shows a sure and steady growth
along permanent lines suclt as are ne-
cessary to establish and maintain a
prosperous and thriving industrial lo-
cality like Brownwood
Children's Day s
w at 6 cl
ist Church tomorrow
White Crest Flonr is
e from the
highest grade of MiE
Wheat; never a sack
rntd; it all
gives satisfaction. Lo
Adams ash & Carry.
Children's Day sen
ist Church tomorrow a
We TaarsHtee eve
ter aad' all eggs s
Loohey Merc. Co.
TheBrooklya Bridge which was be
gan Jaauary 3. lSIt). was opened May
24 1SS3 cost $25955577.
I HOW GET HEALTH? I
m 1 -
il yeacs past and k is a question tha&'was not alwayTsal' I
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WES JWfl STAMPEDE :
FH JWERICJIN LEGION
tXMAKKK YAKK THE PfACK;
VATZ f.t $K MAY 972B;
mWl W ATTKACTI03JH.
MfGimwood fa to have a bic rotleo
aad stampede Way 2(5 27 and Jil The
8f estertarnment will he RtaRCil at
Biimfef Bafcer Park and preliminary
'plans'- arer aow being rapidly worked
est' along: broad and. comprehensive
Ifaea. The contract for the rodea and
atampede was concluded today by the
American Legion post of Brownwood
and McAirster & Johnson who will
put on t&e big event Practically all
the actors who were here last July
aad made the1 rodeo such a great suc-
cess will be here In Way and- no pains
are to be spared in. making the rodeo
and stampede here one of the best of
the kind ever seen In the southwest
or west The two famous lady riders
Misses BHIJe and Curllc Seale will be
here and will appear In somo new and
W. A. Johnson better known to
Brownwood people as "Hnckbftrry
Slim." will stage one of the most
thrilling features ever seen that is
leaping from a-horso going at full
speed to the back of a wild steer also
going at full speed springing (o the
ground and buli-dogging tho stcor a
feat that has never been undertaken
or accomplished by any other human
being. The aggregation of outlaw
horses and buckJng bronchos In .this
big stampede and rodeo 1 in every
sense of the word one of the largest
and best now in existence. The. en-
tertainment is to be handled under
the auspices of the American Legion
here and the funds raised will gp to-
wards building a permanent homo for
the Legion. Mr. Johnson assisted A.
F. McAllster last year In putting on
the rodeo and 4ie understands every
detail or the business. He leaves for
Balrd tonight but will return here the
early part of next week and from that
time on the big program will be hur-
ried along and made ready for !the
opening which as stated is May 26 and
will last three.days. - -
ine annual memorial sesvlces of
Camp Stonewall Jackson U. C V..
will be conducted Sunday. !At 31:00
o'clock Sunday morning the Veterans
will attend services at tho First
Presbyterian church when the pastor
Rev. W. B. Gray will deliver the an-
nual memorial sermon. 'The Veterans
at this time will pay a tribute? to: their
deceased comrades. At 3 o'plocW Sun-
day afternoon the annual decoration
of the graves of deceased Veterans
will be carried put in Greenleaf
Elks Win Contest
from Legioners in
Ten Inning Battle
An exctfing ten-Inning ball game
was won Friday afternoon by theiElks
team when they defeated the fast
American Legion team froth Loraeta
4 at Howard Payne park. The scoring
throughout the game was of such
character as to keep the interest of
the fans at fever heat and when th
tenth inning began with the count tied
the spectators found themselves en-
joying the fray to the. limit.
"Salty" Evans pitched a good game
for the . Elks-and was sapported by J
neavy hitting although the fielding of
both teams was somewhat erratic
Lively Mason nnd Greer were the bat
tery for the visitors
s DayerjiceBat Metliod-
tbmorowat ll o'clock.
Xawa Xowefs and Lawk Hose big
stock at Bargain Prices. Looney Merc.
had an enthusiastic mor j
courthouse this morning J
and arrive at some undcrstaTi
regard to bringing about better
kotlng conditions for their eggs
Brownwood. Only the egg features
wore discussed at the meeting today
but It Is very probable that In-tho near
future as plans mature the chicken
feature wilt also como in for consid-
eration and action. Speeches wero
madeliy O P. Griffin county agent; j
S. E. Stewart of Blanket president
of the association and L. A. Nunn.
The plan was explained by O P. Grif-
fin. It was decided that the sign-up cam-
paign for the disposition of eggs bo
pushed and practically every person
present who Is interested In the poul-
try business signed the contract which
tho Texas Farm Bureau Federation js
putting out The minimum quantity
of eggs that can be pooled is. 200
crates and contracts covering almost
this quantity were signed up at the
meeting today. The p!in is the same
as that used in marketing cotton and
tho eggs will be brought to' town de-
livered at some central point and .sold
to the highest bidder as in the. case
of cotton. There are a number of de-
tails to be' worked out in connection
with the contract but thps who have
the matter in hand are of the opinion
that the same plans pursued in rc
gard o the sale of- Cotton and which
gave such generai.satisfaction can be
followed with like -success in regard
Examining Trial Arthur
Campbell Held Today
Before Justice Cross
The examining trial of Arthur
Campbell charged with criminal as-
sault came up before Justice G. B
Cross this morning at 10:30 and as
The Bulletin nor fn nrrja ihlis nfif.
noon is still in progress. Onlv a few!
witnesses are being used but it is'
understood they were put through n
grilling process by both the state and!
the derenso. The examination was'
holll lipljiml nlncnil
nubile bclnp atHw tJ
represented by District Attorney!
Walter Early while Wilkinson and
McGaugh and Arnold Klrkpatrlck
have charge of 'the defease.
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Children's Day services atMethod-1
is Church tomorrow at 11 chik
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world's cereal necdw vi jwlowax
tlon of maize nnd rice. -nwrr t
Less than a third of tie world's ' 1"
ulatlon gi?ts what we should call thrt w
pabHlttcs of the from our viewpoint
underfed continents of Asia nnd Af-
rica 'will compare very well with either
Europe or America. The average
meat. consumption of the world Ihl ;?9
pounds a bend yet both the Australian
and the American cat nearer ISO
pounds per head and the Englishman
Is riot far behind with about 120
It Is evident then that we can tight
en our belts a ho'e or two. yet with
out running any undue risk of starva-
tion. Philadelphia Inquirer.
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Joseph Itelchenbach of SO Henry
street has ii curiosity In the way of
a fish which throughout the West In-
dian country Is known as the "crucifix
fish" and Is regarded with a mixture
of reverential awe by the natives who
throw specimens ought In their nets
back Into the sea and cross them-
selves when they come on the skull of
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