Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 285, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1922 Page: 2 of 6
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THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN SEPTEMBER 14 1922
The Shop of Original .Modes
Exclusive hut not Expensive
The flew Gossard Corsets
smartly answer every
question of Silhouette
-It is not the question "Can I ittnin tfie straight
long lines of the new silhouette?' ' "
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ments ; in
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Mayo Arrives at White House
-But only h pleasant' few
jlhe hands of lone.
a coi'rety:; fitting in 'a incw
type of figure to
decide the question ton-dtir
model for -your"
-IVonien who require tliq""firra yet comfortable
supporV will" be delighted" to .possess'fon'c of
J. these Gossards
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There arc dozens of beautiful inod;is.for all
. .figures up to $18.50 including an exquisitene'w !
r model in Jersey and Satin; combination! for.; I
j -only $7.50. . . : i ! '
Beauty Shop Phone 326
Figures Show Salvation
Army Here Now Doing
by furnishing food fuel cloth-
ing rent or medical aid in ad-
flltihn to above .1
Vast Volume of Work! Number of persons in families
. - 1 given relief
. Number of persons given iChrist-
The following data concerning; the dinners f
excellent worfc of the local Salvation XumL of cWMreii fiivJk-'toys
Army post was handed the Bulletin j .nrflnk . '..
1 r t TT n. . r- nr - r ' -
uy iur. i- xx. jjuiin vi vvasuiugujii Total
now in charge of the sixteenth dis
trict "with headquarters at .Brown-1.
wood" for the purpose of putting on as
budget campaign. Here i3 the local I
1 i ri r sx n an rr li n wr.! f J I '
number of persons given
BOOSTS HOI 00 TI
CHAMBER DF COMMERCE
WAY THAT CQU
ronritY ('atalocjuk carriks'
SO.MK VAIil AllLK JIA'ITKR I)E-
SPRIPTIVK OF THIS SKCTHtt'.
The Brown wood Chamber of- Com-
merce is losing no opportunity to do'
good advertising for this city and the
country of which it is the logical in-
dustrial .and commercial cpntre. These
efforts are shown in the different ad-
vertisements that the. organization has
put in catalogues of recent date the
following being the latest and appear-
iiiK' thf Brown County Poultry Asso-1
cialion bulletin or catalogue. Here is-
what the' advertisement says:
.'"Bioivii county as a poultry center
is fast- approaching the leader. The
oliinat is veiy favorable for raising
chickens and turkeys. Brown .county
lf.-.K. a number of men who specialize
in raising the very best pure bred
cbickeiis and turkeys. Bi own county
farmers- have "dismissed the idea of
chickens and turkeys as a sideline and'
are"' paying wpecia I attention to thorn
ij.itd art' realizing that they are-a very
.lirodue housfis that do a yearlv i)iis-
iuess or a round one hundred. and llfty
thou'isand dollars. . '
"Brown county is. lowited in the;
geographical center of the State with.
2:;o; farms which arc tended l
rirogres.sive fanners. This county
M'.mtft. head of mules and horse.; '(here-:
are'-also a nui'iht r of breeders in the 1
'county who spocial'Jte--' in raising the'
Very b(!St. of eaclL
Weakley Watson-Miller Co.
& S F. Ry. traversing the country east
and west: Frisco railway north and
Dr. fharles Mayo Hefty famouf sijrgfi.n of. Rot her. Mitih: rtishwl.
half way across the country "to atterc Mrs. .Harding This Mtovs tht sur-
geon and his uiTe entering thehitr H0us.
IX' "LOVE'S RKI)E3IITIO'" '
LYRIC TODAY AND ntlRAY!
Scientist U psets Old
Doctrines of Diet;
. The tropical warmth .of the West
Indies the sunshine of Norma Tab
.madge's smile and a .story of action
and appeal are promised in "LoveV
Redemption" the First Xationa'
attraction which will be the feature
picture at - the--Lyric-Theatre 'today
(By International News Service.)
l.'DOi Sept. 13. "Oysters luivn
a very low nutritive value. Fourteen
contain the nourishment of only one
This sad blow to the fond beliefs:
of oyster lovers fn regard to the food
values of their favorite dish occuns
in a namhhlet on diet and health by-
1f V. Atarrlonnlrl finelter .1 nrnminpn-
SCHOOL WILL OPEN
. HERE NEXT SUNDAY?
CHAMBER QE COMMERCE
BEGINS DUTIES TODAY
The scenes. for the. greater part.. scientist issued bv the Research awl
are-laid in Jamaica - an the suj- information Bureau
rounding country.. .Miles and uiies n. Docker would appear to have a
of. sugiir -iilamation roll before the Iow opinion of. fish generally as an
spectator in undulating curves to end urtiCje at diet. ''Fish was once
only whore the thickness of the .for- thought to be a valuable brain food.-
est in the-distance: obscures further he 8avs "but it does not contain the
rii .lv-?w- uy conc.ast;other s.cenes of tne phosphorus it was supposed to have
iivhVJ0101"1'6 .ftaturc "l10 :9ini-Wssed . shore xow is phospho.rus u special braic
.:. (Of Jamaica Vith iralives loading the fnod?"
ships.- ' ; . . " - -
A part of unusual appeal has been
Brown county una 1 wi'Rteri for ihu popular star in Gin-
1:2001) hogs with a largx
brcrl. .This Countv has 7.0001) head of Accustomed to tight her pwn baffles any man. "Dr; Docker is a strong ad
eatOe jof y.hi.ch -there .is the 1'arge.stjshe otflers the natives around li'i.'o' .'vocate of water and thinks water
number of pure bred Short Horn uiitcen. and defies the scandal iuong;rs shoukl play a much more Important
- All boys with a healthy appetite
will irake a friend of Dr. Dockor fov
life. He says that boys of from thirteen
Per cent nuieiKer the attractive young- isianq- gtri.Uo twenty require as much rood as
.Hereford cattle in the. State. Alsa
-sqnfe jf the very best dairy .cows that
of the fashionable Planter's (Tub. part in a healthy . dietary than is
The island ifi infested "with confl- "swiiy tne case..
nintni ami si:mav :sniooi -oinum niMnnwoon ma rk-
. WORKERS .KKOM BH; Tl-R- J Tj;jfXS HLRL TO SS!'M.E SEC-
Number of persons given meals
Number of persons given gar-
ments and shoes
Number of persons given lodging
Number of persons given" medi-
cal and and transportation...
Number of persons interviewed
Number ol families given relief
Tb4j LakewoQd Swimming Pool will
be closed until Thursday. September
21st ipn account of draining and
cieauiqe lue puui.
. - D. .McCULLEY
- A splendid opportunity Is
churcli and Sunday School workers
15 pounds Family washing
11 ifor SI . Flat work all ironed.
f ay for It on
Ymiwlight Bill 1
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iff7 $' aS RrSt
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The- cflH:e of the -Cimnibci; orjCj'tu
.ji.ujo.uv-t 1.. . .: ... ..kirt.. ..t. .
.j -'nie.ree is pow in. ennrge or una yry
Brownwood. in the Standard TraintnC"'-:TV ' ! .-vfu
School which islo be held at the VirsW aW.d :Pf "PJ;oJ
Methodist church .all next week; be4 feU'P; .unIt'r f" ai-oomowj vvlucj w
1 - . 1 i i.e.. t. it.s -i l.i.
ginning Sunday according to Rev: w) i' "
Thos. S. Barcus. who issued tile fol-!. tiIlT1ot th;e Prcsom-cal y:nr K tlie
lo.wiug statement -relative to- tlu WOa in ecember. Mr. Qhirdy
school'todav- 7 A ' " 14 " "' - f'fKq his dutTe"B today.anil" expects .to
"The Standard Training '"School "for be thoroughly in" tm.ch wttft the "work
...... .. .' -. Iiv lh mill ill trim u rru -.' ! v
church workeis wnicn.is to ue neio mj -L . ; . . 1 ; i.
Iluuiiber wili- he
harv interest Deigned continueti until '.thy end . of. this year
Sunday school workers' un(3tf1"' te sc phui. as .that adopted
told Value ioTnhose.wfjo'uJ)lT lle sigjiation jf E. G." Alljright
Clothes washed o nan Automatic Electric
Washer Last Longer.
fgWS POWER & yGHT COMPANY
" 1 ' "SERVICE FIRST"
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I PHONE NO. 34 f
more than ordih
especially for S'und
it u-111 hn nf nntnlrl
are striving to be niore.eflicient in anyVaa -fcjetary last spring.. The direc
department ot church xy-ork" and wllir- Fe- cnueavonug to waiuunn tne
be most heipful to parents who are 'otatf 3ind. taktl- W PL fl "eceKsary
concerned about the reliiiidus devei-! V()Tf of Uu. Chamber; atuf t the same
opnient of their children. ittnM to. kP JJ" Anatu.i.i. affair 01
"Four courses are offered each -one' the:.6rganb;atfon irrsatisfHi:y shape
will count a unit toward .securiiig. af ntH' thc fe(u(HMrhadgetS iad(ptod fot
diploma in the International Sunday the- year. .
School Association. Th;seneral. j)ub'f'" (:iln!-v 11 JJwwoort. man.
lie will be interested iii the -ii'ispir"a.-ia sf' ''f"H- UMd . Mrs. : R.J :F.-Clardy
iiohal addresses-which will .lK':d'eH--pld-tpu'" i-U?viis..h.rer. U itttended
cred' each evening from SrL" to btfinpfi. Hrw"wxiul cliools. jniide a repu-
u ciock. " .' j tatl'on" as 'aiathbjie ut . Diniel -Baker
"The entire program is open to the fvoUcge. and later upon wiring busi-
"workers .of all .the churches.' We-es- nseH lofateji t irt Worth- and
vnAAti't' tf"wi.n- .fii 1 .Da lifts for . several vntH-s :t! tr:tv'lfnc
cers and tcacherr. of all the churches ;fnng)H agent for tlfe r.oudn. Belfra-l-j
. . in l 1 ii ii y .4 1 a 1 The island is infested "with conti-
can he prodiured" We -liao the pros- (lencf nien can shops hankrupts and 'r
pects of Mine prize winning cattle inUyn-(towii':EnSiih lads of good
the .near future.
Coffee arid tea when not- too
strong and taken in. moderation.
iteeedbnts but no ambition It is amonii' stimulate- the brain." the vital . center
"B.i'oivnwood is the "capital of the'the latter class that .(linker finds land - the heart.- and stimulate the
(ounty..and-linSa population oM'i'W.-(1(f(mi;. gtandish . " who : has: been ex-'power .for work- " ' "
1 a long the do wn-grade . made slippery
1 by januiica'rum.
ThYj situation furnishes the iiasis
Is .a beautitul city of churches
schools. A No. r'Htgh SchooL also a
Junior High School and five Ward'
Schools. Brownwood has two col
leges of a plus A standard giving A" J
B. Decrees.-. Daniel. Baker is a Pres- Ior -a I)lot 01 u'nsc init-rasi ami
'byterian College and HovvaVd Payne is" genuine heali appeal. (linger sets out.
a-Bftptist Coriege 'Both. are in" the t( redeem- the youngst.er; .but the
Association of Texas ('oIleKOs!. ; jTinal evolution is a dhtinct surprise
Brownwood-"-has .n .splendid: supply j iscreeh records.
of natural -gas. for manufacturing and j- " :
household purposes.. - ;
ing.-free camp' ground to tourists. The
water has health giving ingredients
: Brownwood has. miles of. paved
stredts and a splendid sewerage sys-
tem Brownwoodi has a very. adequate
supply of water. - .
. "Biov. nwood is wcii iocateil as a
jobbing rr.tei and now vfm fivewhoq-
sale iiohses. Two railroads furnish
pxu'ilont transportation service G. C.
Off Brand Cars
Watches and etc. Better gel the old
reliable PREST-O-LITE. We. b.vve
Ford Batteries at .?15.00; Dodge at
V'Mi. Our repairing is guaranteed.
We uo. recharging. Free .inspection
and distilled water service.
Our Phones Nos. 400 and J-KIOU
are for your service..
Crow Battery Station
BULLETIN WANT ADS GIVE
Try one and be convinced. It will
of Browitwood to avail fh-jmselve- ofi
this opportunity . ' Ihdicr.lioira uoy; are.
that there will be a gmid attendance
from many of the" Sunday schools out-1
side of Brownwood. Tlie pastors of
Brownwood and Cisco '-districts many
of them will be. in attendance. and
other church loaders w'ill lie present
Dr O. F. Sens;tb;uigb will deliver an
adlress on Wednesday highL Dr."(V
R. Wright-is on -the lirograni for one-
day. . -: . . '. .;
"We. have -as reed .to eiitertain these
Sniiday school woi'k.ehs and- pastors
and visitors in oiir homes '.et shofje
who c;in take one. or more please noti-
fy Mrs. H. A. New by. chairman of the
"All sessions will beheld at
First .Methodist church.'
Man and Boy in Dulin
Locality Go to Austin
for Dog Bite Treatment
A few days ago The Bulletin -carried
a news item to the effect that -a
.man living in .Dulin cominunily ya
bitten by a dog supposed to 'have the
rabies while attempting to givt tin
dog treatment hot knowing1 at the
time for certain that the animal had
rabies. The report also said the man's
little sou was also-bitten on the face
by U'o same dog. Two yearlings that
were bitten by the dog which origi-
nally scattered hydrophobia In the
samp locality were" killed after ex-
hibiting symptoms of tho malady. The
name of the man was White and after
the head of the dog Which bit him and
the boy had been examined by
Brownwood physicians it was thought
best that the vicUms "of the dog be
sent to the Pasteur Institute for
treatment. Neighbors made up one
hundred dollars and ihe man and boy
were accordingly sent tor Austin for
He Jias had a -wide "experience
salesman having Inn located at
Atlantay Bi'rtitinglia'irtc " -Philadelphia.
C in d n n ti ; C Te.vH in i i I and . r. her n 0 i nts
during the past 'several; years. and
handling- cansulerabie business. Most
or the tiriur he-..OT- connected with
rooting material .concerns: Recently
lie r'fftunied to iVrowjiwood for a visit
his parents and upon .learning
there vvas an opportunity to en-
in. ('liambtr of Coiumerce ' work
df'ternfihod iliift he would again
this city 'his home;. lie is -.well
'known throughout this ".section as a
hardiwqrkiug-young' map full of en
ergy j ami dcteri'nlpaUqri Jq -d ischa rgi-
every dpty in a satisractoi-y 'manner.
The directors feel -that thev have been
fortunate in securing his services tm
der'iho circHinstiuiees cjintrolling the
worki of. the riiamber .of- Commert c
am!'. -expect to -note a steaily Improve-
ment in the' affairs of (he organization.
.. ynt'ce'lo Plumbers!
1 TI16 Board of Examiners will meet
it tlie Ciiv -Hall t - :p a. in op
Satiirlday. Sept ember- 23 rd .tp exahiinc
applicants lor Plumbers License.
CHAIRMAN OF BOAU'.') .1 J.CMBERS'
Holders of notes againBt tho First
Presbyterian church o .tho $20000
series issued in August 1920 are
hereby notified to deliver said notes
A niin 1.3Q0 feet long loaded with
electrical supplies for the electriilca-
tion of Chilein Stale.- Railways recent-
ly lefj. American plant;. 1
The Greatest Historian
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And not the least important phase of-modern history:: V.1"
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Advertising is a priceless BCON to those who use it : : :
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. great variety 'of thii.gs that makri life what it is today . ; .;!-;
It tells them of the thousand ant one things they need : ;
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- The consistent advertiser pays money to tell you about . Jl;
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to tho undersigned at the Co
tlonnl Bank for collection
2St L. E. "WALKER Treasurer
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Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 285, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1922, newspaper, September 14, 1922; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth344152/m1/2/: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.