Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 251, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 9, 1921 Page: 4 of 6
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BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 9 1921
TttE BHOWWWDDD BULLETIN
Batered at the Postofflce at Brown-
weod Texas as second-class matter.
Brown county by mail or carrier
C5c per month; ?3.75 6 months; ?7J20
Texas outside county. New Mexico
Oklahoma. Arkansas Louisiana 75c
per month 6 months $4.00; one year
All other states $1.00 per; month $5
six months $9.00 one year.
MAYES PRINTING CO.. PUBLISHERS!
'Member Associated Press
Office of Publication: Bulletin Build-
ing corner Brown and Lee Streets
Any erroneous reflection upon the;
character standing or reputation of1
any person firm or corporation which
may appear in the columns of The
Dally Bulletin will be gladly correct-
ed upon its being brought to the at-
tention of the publishers.
The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled to the use for republication;
of all news dispatches credited to it;
or not otherwise credited in this pa-J
per and also the local news published
THE BILL KNOWN' as the Witt-
Willis measure before the Legis-
lature with the approval of jthe Sen-j
ate already given is designed to close-
one of the important avenues of es-
cape which heretofore has made it
possible for many Texas criminals to
either avoid of delay punishment.
.Briefly stated this bill simjdy pro-
vides that technical errors liall. not
be regarded by the Court of Criminal
Appeals as sufficient grounds for the
reversal and remanding of cases in
which convictions have been voted by
trial juries. 'In other words the bill
would give the Court of Criminal Ap-
onsideratidn of tin
the evidence a jus;
jpeals authority to
:is to whether -in (
facts as shown in
verdict had been reached by the trial
Jury and "would . direct that
phasis be laid.up'on the observance -of
sill the technical .rules of procedure
which have been .tistablished by years
courts. '". 1;
-r lif -r
1 if ANY NEWSPAPER readers are in-
quiring as to when subscription
rates advanced during the past' tw;6
years will begin the decline that will
lead them back to the pre-war levels.
The anLwtr. bluntly stated is "Never."
.Most newspapers no doubt will re
xnin their present subscription rates J
while .a. few may lind it advisable to
even laercaic ihem. Only in. exejep
"llpnal cafe-'will rubscribers find ij
pb3Sibi to f.orv.rr the old-time: bar
- gain" r:of. x '
iny reason for. -the)
outlined.. . The'"nsiB
h JiT 1ST -h--"1 i-j
"costs'"-'of p-ovf . p3per production "today
a.rD. TOri- little !e.-s than-one. year or
iwo years ago. despite reductions that
ln inade in the. price of prim;
f-Maay newspapers -are actually
(meeting heavier expense accounts each
week than .they had during the peak
"jprice period for it -is noteworthy that
H"M wj tjwhile print paper prices have declined
- the prices of almost all other materials
1and" eijpdcially of the important iten:
i6f labor have increased father thar
iuecrcas.ed. Under .such 'circumstance
-ji lower subscription rate could bV
'made possible only through a higher:
advertising rate and higher ad vertis
:ing rates; would throw upon the ad
vertiser 'more than his share of the
'made. at fa practice to cmiiintSinevVr
li It I j I i
IremeTy .low subscription
. . ihj
quentiy iiauSliag .their sul)Kcr1pt!(n::a
heaf loss and passing jit
veriisef Uie cost of profltfetion. ?Th
; obviously is unfair especially lnjve
of thffact that the .demaindsV:'t
Sread.e. are; causing muclii of ltli lin
oreasf lin - costs of operations -Neip
jjp.pw -of today; ajije;deniti'n
''tjSniiriprie -news more feuturef J;an
Dr:e;jfurheiQW:s in the.irnewspun(r
..unan ever oeiore. ine new..gainej:iiiK
rying heayie'r. expenM
its. than ever before: iindf ineciM!
$are being given mprp iijacelin
ihe right of a fain
iantee to. the state:
i Texas : Criminal
The purposl; of all couris '-f justice
ps dual: to guarantee to every citizen
(and impartial trial
by a. jury1 of . his peers and: to guar-
the conviction of the guilty. -Approx-
iimately one-half the cases whi.ch have-
jbeen appealed to the Court )f Ciimi-
J " :.Je a ui-li . 1 "
nai -.vypeas in reuuiii years Jiuve uuen
i . '
aiid. remanded because "o't
ltechnicalities which to the 'j mind of
' ! - ..
the layman appear to be trivial m-
Cases upon retrial
ye resulted in tin
final conviction of the arcused.. but
pnly afterrvexatious and-expensive 'de-
lay It;has beconie" the custom' to aii-.
according to ruU
rather than according to reason; tc-
ilobserve the technicalities of the law
books rather thani to administer." jus-
Nx- t.... i '1 . ml. J lt..Jl...;.:
Ithat it offers an Improvement over-the
IsvBteni whicli has. been' found -so-ob
jectionable. The Court of 1 Criminal
Appealsr under its provision would
function just as iti does today except
that it would not
- . . -
! WaVno the khi:v . " vl r-XV. O -
i DISARMAMENT WOULD BRING
SAVING OF HALF A MILLION
DOLLARS YEARLY IS CUM
By HARRY L. ROGERS.
International .News" Service Staff
first eleven years of our nationhood.
The following figure: ast interest-
J ' J tiflllAH
ing light upon the meaner m
.vhnt. but' - whether. Port
Kews and lSeiitinL". :
! - .Jim was paiitin;; lHsii;ioiTt!j full of
sami his head whiiiins.iis he .beat the
You would" be ;surprised to know; ah" wtldjy in -liia attempt-to ward 'off
iuw nuicb . wear an. Armenian cohld his toi uK-ntt r.zTht'ii. jus? as he folt ai
et" next .winter : out. of -that-. jold .si nit J though .hi wine wnkmg-into an atyp
'ou luiVe wo.ni ' for the last. timi?. or .darkness. ;tlie..ljlowj Reused. Then-
Imlianapoijs Star. ; ' ' wa? .i howl ofi ddspaif.find 'shutne-oi
'feet. He opbued fiis-eyes and latij;h
;. The Philippines have aslcqfl fof -h'ed aloud at the-fright; of the two im!-
iigf er debt limit probably" jusjt
lemonstrau- their ndvunced iiVatns
i - eivilteotr p'fopie New
Morning-7'e'iegraph. - . - .;
" Hive -the: -republicans thiir - i
fh;V; pfopdije to." put .skeletons" on
r.ee list and to reduce the tariff from
i . to. 40 per cent ad . valpgum
tu'-lies speed i n t' madly ucitdss Oie jands.
as 'wh.ile behind - Ujein- leaped his - ni'w
rk -friend. Riel'la;.. ' ... .
MAY ALLISON PLAYS
'IN J1YSTKKV IMCn KK.
Heard Oh THe
be i bound by sense--
less rulesjanu unimportant preceilents
( have gl
OF'Fr A-J O B
A Story of Why . Jim Cot On a Jb
'.and --Got Off Again. " j
"Th Lust Card" whiih will -be
shown today jit tb' i-ynr- Tlieatre; has
several features- libout it which iaake
.- stand .t(t drstinet'ivHy from thi- .av
enue type of pictures.'
It is a- Bayard Yeilier production
personally direr tel by the idrnmis
author of -"Within the Law." "The
Thirteenth Chair" and other. rifriwt
melodramas; it wiis a.dapted .from
"Pated." the slo.v by Maxwell Smith
j which created s'ti; b a st-nSiiUon .when
) it appeared 'in' the -covers of the Satitr-
' . . .. ! dav KveniLf Pn.-; . riui last but not
It wa said tfday bv; a number ot ; a rrfa VKOlt
nii-n standing mi. one -Of jthe-street coi - j-t.-'i-
ner:. in hio.;uwoou-: -tifai utue.ss ui
to criminals ' of "all classes and con-
ditions and have prevented their pun-
ishment for primes of which hey. were
palpably .: -guilty.
If the ;-city wo'jttld movef some
i r. : - -these
traffic -blocks and' dump them in
some of the!chugholes iiK'the.. streets.
traffic woul( be -much smoother.
A. lqt of ifbc.o lile ..tears- lafe oeinp
shed for ;thel poor Texas corviet who
Jim luui listened keenly to ihe sfor- "
fS Jibout- old Joe .Martin the. her
-;lamrdisger on the Hats 1eldw.
. ji -I. i . . . I -- Tr-.. i - i . . - t - i . . i
won ui ine.- si!'iiiii.i -jvii int ii.wi . inr"'
l eased pretty soon Te-xas would be in f jast"bcoived.
a iiaii tteemife peopfu wan m ? wi
' Whmis Uk the Klan mlld orgaiu'.el'
:and seeK re'vciwe oir ihe a1!e--.vd Ivh ?
That aU tdgns fall AlJ' ..dry w.eafiie:
is mistreated anir compelleij to .labor
while wfckeijl mth menace him. with
town .'uid when he' started-off to find aa! U!ai WUWI "SP4:W
ji job. He headed for the shore fhe3 there ilo-tetlmg when i
'lam tiats were owned by the Old.t Uv; V A nutftbif . of. instances
Vim s.nr.Hnr' -in. 'fv-- msfeh.." vns Wd t6Shrw thatfLfOWU OOUMy
.1.lr.tW fnrtim. rrnn-i-the tale i ' ;
f his little nieck bitlves. ' Jipi saw' hiic.a.s ii. hu; mmwy
hrtu. with his spaniel at his iMk. r': ."'"' . I'vtf-.- hV i-'
. . . . . i - .i.i.i. i -j t'cii au4 -ij f u i- uiMi tin.- tniii
ine.-uarriMS oi i.-niuii vmu ... .- j -
T't.'W i'S H.'r'. -TTKnP
Tfenfrn-'McMi'in l)rur I'aitii.nn v.
K 'Ifil : f.
WASHINGTON. D. C Aug. 0. Half expenditures for armament have m-
a billion dollars yearly can le saved tr ."creased in the United States: In 18.U
the United Slates almost i:nme'iateiy jthe per capita. expenditures was
held in Washington 'this "fall ani)n)ve'S..5: in 1890. S-i.T?: ill 1900. $6.J;
in it'10 $T.:;0; and in lam. l-it.a.
Kdtication Figures Least.
In- the fiscal year ending June 30
iU20. the appropriations for the na-
tional government aggregated $5636.-
y;:MT OL this sum .thdre was ex-
fjended for the War and Navy De-
the plan of the Harding administra
tion for substantial reduction in arma
ments according to military and nav-
al experts here.
Enthusiasts .who may b-' correct.
place the saving which reasonably
may be expected to result from the
proposed curtailment of -th nav it an;' pr.-.f.ments" $l.l.l.iS667 pr 2o per
military estbalishments a;- lu;?h av. ' cenr of tlie entire amount: ?oSyaUUU-
one billion dollars annually. Accept- ww or 67 prr cent went for previous
ing the lower-figure the .U' saved 'to wars -in the way of pensions etc. For
the taxpayers of the United Ktati s for' primary functions of government
a -period "of I ru. years. compounded eY- $i&liJ0tM"J0t) was expended or about
cry five years at . per cent would 3.2 per cent :of the whole. For public
censidei-aidy exceed twelve .ht.ndrcd Wvorks of every description the gov-
biUions or more than four times the j eminent paid-out 168000000. For re-
tinal estimated wealth of. ihe United! search and educational development
States today. - ' this nation lavished' the sum of ?57-
In the :year l20 five- gi oat nations fo&::".S6y or 1. 001 per cent of-the whole
-Great Britain the United " States.? sum expended.
France Italy .and' Japan' -.spent for;
military arid naval purpoEs S5(;.L"2.-j
2"iJli;LThis sum is .alin ovt-r
WO.Ouo.Ouy more than all those nation?1
together expended for military pur-
poses in the fourteen years extendins
from 11)00 to 1011. It has been esti-
mated that -in order to pay for the
tremendous armaments now in coa-
otuplntioji a tix- equivalent '.to -$lo for
every man. w.qma'n tind "child in the
world would iiave to be levied."
ir. the Greatest Drniit.
Of the biUifSn.s.of dollars raised" eacl-
'ear by ovpry conceivable sort of tax-
ition more than iiu per eent goe eith
er to. prepare for future wars or to
:ay .the expenses of wars that have
already fveii foujiht. To he.mor" spe-
cific stattiCB Slimv. that out of every
Ihllar . nciswl by taxation ninety-two
cents "is -rfpeut' for things resulting
from or appertaining to -war.
The- Cliri'Cof the World .War alone
both in live ami in money is almost
. beyond: realization thirty. inUlrons of
people pi-i'tshed. by weapor"? by gas.
Virseaf-e or . huri'Jier. to say- hothinj; of
other millions iio were -!nd. d or
jnafmed;. land it has been- est. mated
"rhat-if ap earthq'uake shbulr' swallow
V the yvhole Unitcii iate4 it could
'.V';'-tro no :wri; wealth than was eon-
iimed tn that world oohlbsrat m.
In otiter words for the. various der
partments of research for the incul-
r-cation of the principles of good citi
zenship "for the Americanization of
-foreign elements and for such othei
educational work as the government
supports wholly or in part the United
.Slates appropriated.! per cent of five
aim a half billions of dollars whilg
for wars past and expected nearly 53
per. cent. . .
. .Many American statesmen assert
that if the coming conference shall
prove as successful a it is reasona-
ble to expect the proportions of . our
future expenditures will be reversed;
that for ordinary governmental func-
tion? for good roads public build-
ings capacfous harbors irrigation
projects- reclamation of swamp lands
p.enj.rfninsr the aged.edueational work
scienter research and the like we
nhalK expend 11 per cent of the whole
aaid for the armament of such a police
force as niay he decided upon 7 per
cent.. It. is recognized thar this ahjec-
fhe cannot be fully attained for many
yea!r. however for the wars of -the
past must first be settled for.
. ' President Harding arid Secretary of
State "Hughes are indulging in no
Uwpian dreams as to' what may be
accomplished but are proceeding
about their task in a thoroughly prac-
Attbcwth the UniteVJ States cntr. i ticat and busine??-like way." They
he vvar iotnewhaf latr than the 'otbei
iiation-s'-ij expenses were sreateriiur-
itig the .mparattvely short period of
tv - priTtiipation titan ta at' the pre-
e(lilg..t2 years-of its history. Ill
Pecembet. 14'TV. the -month fotlowiu'-'
the sianin of th ainihuice. our ex-
penditures verecreater than for ai!
hat-period of "se.f iily-tw-Q years tc:
'ore the. Civil .t: . Durini: the sin-
;!e monfih rf I't i rm3:er w e eXp nded
?ach da.? inore i-.iimey t-hfln ir the
rfenow- that complete disarmament is
riot possible in the present day and
ac !:-.! they believe that if -the great
power. of the world set round a table
and far4 the facts sauarely they. can
coire to fouie aroement which 'will
.r:.f;c posiiblr a material reduction in
armaments thus enablins the various
aovernn.ent.- to lift. from the shoulders
of the people a part of the enormous
burden of taxation which they now
scowled as. he approach-;b ll e tlwi1' i:i " t?Jcaj ev. i i
i -(iorality in Bri.wn co-giiy prolraext
" '"C'ea't -business." beran Jim '. por-
Slially. "'pattnig the dog. vno srtted
hi his.fcW' " ;
. "Umph!" returned .Nfartiji '
meeting are heme h.ltt". i.ir cave ru. '
ieen h61d at whiiib fur $ Vo.t or .no e
hundreds of people ai Uii: 'ed'.i.i' .iy ..'
iiad an abundance ot ftmnl thitUh to
Cat.' as w ell as- enjoyed! every moment '
I've heard you :don"t epeoiifruo.; ()j lue the-meeting 'ivpre-being held j
If there is inh.u-r4.ransers and. 1 oiWht to luiow biitter;
i illllll -IB u III lil. uriH) urn. iviiu'.
jsy2tems jare carry
Imjust be made to
. -.of 'lIHIs expense"
. IPhespcond class mail mtes liave
?' -tv'erfy i definite bearing upon all nmfi
ubsc-riptions. They have increase
ferably during the past two yeiirj
;.-uhder" the zone postage system
ncrease having become effectlv
- "per pound additional and the aggr
gale Increased cost to the average
-daily kewspaper is an. important" iltjiii
' in tile budget of the year's expenses.
man . treatment of convicts it .ought to - - - nial im sign? oi-ttie nine m uruwn-
- . - 1 -li . f 'ilnc. who suhm tted in friendly fash-' - . J..:- . ;..
t . ' - . . ' wihjii jiru Kxauuuuj iiuitrirK uenei hi
t WOl-k.l .. :. . ' . .; 'i- .....
a - conyiijieii ' riiniiiTi i ? fh. iiR .lttnnfin
he's topped. Vf But
deservei? ipuhisfinlent and. he ought tui two days of- v..ork.
:-'.: n ' ' R - '.-'" - .wight
it.; - - - A
A" "Fort "Vorth man. wafe severely
! wiilnned by'; a 'btind of. .masked -men
't .- ; i u-. -----
riders: 6f:j5lmi5to. be -knights of the Ku Mux
j pay forpumi Klan. Then a F irt Worth newspaper
received .a enrnmunication pigned Ku
Klux Klan and Repudiating the mas-
. -1 . . . 1. n .In ft i fl Jtlin TI' 1 1 4
'ping party..! Just; another reason why
( unite of the ofica.HiOjuiI.-viiiee of the
I-01 tit.ii'iKl tb;ii hrit.imiW to bi heard
ive me a try at the elam.fork."! . ... vC:". U.. ;(
i wilt; . . i.ikttiytj i-iivH
a I ai-.
JFW W V
n m . . n .r . i . . r : i . - Hn.n
Cjieua-noil l umiie 1 1 iriius. fJiuej ai.-. 1U - ..j.. i.f ri .t.'i- ....mt !
Martin muttered pullmp nf.Mtl vhich.ro .the Idifferent buHrt-l
)j .icaiii. . -: ' inii' proposition lUtat.-iitc .now in -prng-
tella? Oh yes I tret you. : .Tho1. ant jn contempnluon.'.-lt Is be-
dog: Stella-; old -girl beg pfit doti for liyvt jv l(.opl:who. Know that with-
insultiiK yon by considiulrig vi)h a Itl the n'.xt few inumtlis a large niun-
inere male wen -sometimes fjoi:. hyr (f big .onUM'priOiri-wHl be turned
are .wiser than -men." "f . lViose: ami -that abundant emiilovment
. The old man continued to i tu-. w ni te Riven fa .iabbtt -.. . '. ' -
tboughtfu.lly at bis chin coaling !ud- . . j '. . "
denly to a decision. Beeh.wahtip- to That Nvjen it conuj Jto- w'atermelonK
git-to -town for a week. but can t ihcn; fs IIOt an0tW '.ilirt of the state -
aiuiy. long .uiougn:io wiHi.u mm. h;u C;U ossil(y this section
and bo. back here for low tiie j l.he;SoJJU. ()f tllC fmest ulons and more
fellers over yonder dig the ihinute.my ' Ul(n) arc -eiriK seen in.Brown.wood
i there. should be hp Ku Klux Klan.
ie Carelessness- an .throwing lighted"
- - - i . ? - J.f
-on Julv 1st; On that date the already' matches anu uurning. cigu nu uuUS1
:v9nflcased- postage rates j -we -gl'm pasturesi near Tirown'opd rhas re-
; rfronifpne-quarter of a. cent tV one ee t ;tilted in trie destruction ot -hundreds
e-?of acres' of grass during Jc last fe-'.-
A Similar increase in tlrW cost pf ifc is one for wlIch no ex( U?e )nay-
days CardleHSriess is. reppnsible for
more than half the fires in Texas every
year It is a great economic waste
"You'-could eat arid
tbost ihiVK. "nerbans. than ever" be.foie
Rloep -.heie. tj hitnrr-vf. tlw" iniitrv iiiwt tin.
agreed - Martin. - "BeUcr vhun tolhest feature ijf this proposition is:
overalls. There's-an old.palrin Ujor."'0iat lnosl () Uie melons are finding a'
. Jim. waited on. the beaidi till -the tide t.( v marj(et " '
iiii out i-ni'ii uu niaiiuu it j. uifc..
burying his feet in the 'softl sand and.
breathing in long (jeep breaths of the
salt" air. He had filled -the
She Refused Him
"livery f papers .to city subscrfbtj
. has also been accepted by the news-
" . papers and these costs naturally; piupt
be met by the income from subscr;
FJvery newspaper would be ..glad j
offer very low subscription rates' fpr
fit Is the . -ambition " of every newspaper
:to secure. and retain a large circup-
:tion But the balance between oper-
ating costs and income must be majm-
tained and it should not be maljn-
tained exclusively at . the expense! j of
adveriisers who after all .-make-; the
.newspaper possible by. '.bearing the
.principal burden of patronage.
We have lost all hope that China
will ver ibecoine civilized; eleven
ibandits have just lieen executed .over
there . v
- heard j " "
On the! "I was engaged -to the prettiest little.
there within twenty-four hours after
-Columbia (S C.) Hecord.
One of the saddest sights in the
country is. a promoter trying to kid
an American city into the belief that
it hungers for grand opera. Musko-
basket with clams w;hen. be
muffled noises behind him.
shore '.stood two -men equipped-
forks and baskets;
"The old .guy-out of the way?
ting many clams?" ': . '
"You can't dig. here" warned
"Can't eli?. How about you?
a monopoly oh the flats?" ;
"This is for Mr. Martin----" ;
" "MISTER Martin? Ha-ha!
you can't mister us. We're. olng to.
dig." They strode across the j. sand preparation that removes the eatnrr-j
ana swung. iorKS into uio nai. .ocean jhal mucus from the' .intestinal tract
bed. ' Hind allays the ' inflammation which'
"Stop right there!" shouted Jim. j causes practically all stomach liver:
. "Aw terget it: the men hont -over iun(l - iutostltml- ailments. including
their forks. Jim indignant; . hot-!!11nptl.Mpi. nne -floso will convince
withjdoll in indtimn; but my stomach and
liver trouble had made me so grouchy
thiit she broke. it "off il ti iod sill kinds
of medicine and doctors and-got no
relief -The gas blew me tip like .i:
porcupine and 1 had. awful fcotic
attacks. Filially I heard of Mayr's
' Wonderful Remedy an it has cortainlv
fixed the up fine. I am how as good(
as ever.1 It is a hiiple harmlessi
Todays news in today's new.spaijer.
"-I'- . -il-
A- large shipment of fheet mtisic
just received. Penman Music Co.
Premier . AVirth of Germany
nounces a plan to collect SOiOOO.OOO-
000 of paper inarks a yearl Mtts't
have botight art extra printing-press.
St. IxiuLs iStari; .
A c.oiurreBsriian Avishes' to know
what we get but of the- Philippinos
anyway. The real question is not
blooded leaped on the back of one
throw him over and struggling to
keep his balance was tossed over on
an- his back by the other treapaHser who
tried to sit astride his stomach.. He
wiggled and tore his way from un-
derneath and the two locked in a
fierce embrace rolled violently back
and forth to the jibes of the second
"Give him Knock his bloom-
or money refunded.
Renfro-McMinn Drug Company ajid
in head off. Beat him into Jelly. That's
li you buy a wutertnelon you always
select the boat Be as careful "in get-
ting Klasses. See Dr. J.Ialea. 30 1 First
National Bank. Dr. Hales has spe-
cialized In this particular lino for the
past thirty years.. Last ton years in
Brownwood. Ask anybody. 30 1 First
-yrnHA.T'S OUR IDEA in: making
'r-jL GAMELS the Quality Cigarette.
Why just buy Camels and look at the package!
It's the best packing science has devised to keep
cigarettes fresh and full flavored for- your taste.
Heavy paper outside secure foil wrapping-inside
and tlie revenue stamp over the end to seal the pack-
age and keep it air-tiglit.
; And note this ! There's nothing flashy about the
- Camel package. No extra wrappings that do not
improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense
that must come out of the quality of -the tobacco.
Camels wonderful and exclusive Quality wins on
merit' alone. '
Because men smoke Camels who want the
taste and 'fragrance of the finest tobaccosexpertly
.blended. Men smoke Camels for Camels -smooth
refreshing mildness and their freedom from ciga-
retty aftertaste. - - .
Camels are made.for men who think for themselves.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Satcm N. C
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Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 251, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 9, 1921, newspaper, August 9, 1921; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth344185/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.