Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 149, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 9, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 9 1921
"KIDDIES NIGHT" WILL
ROAD; BAND ME
BE FEATUHE SE
; AT REVIVAL T.
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HOWARD PAYNE DEBATERS
EVENT. FIIH EVENING
A HAT we- do
tooght ii important to you
bur Edison After-Service is
given without charge-to every
Edmqto owner. It includes reg-
iiitr overhauling of hisCmstrii-
irierit and other helps wliicH
keep the latest SndjSnest niusjp
continuously at- his command."
It insures him a lifetime of
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away declared the speaker if the cot-
ton farmer is to come into his own
and coadact his business along lines
of system and precision that is follow-
ed by other lines of industry.
The Centralize SeiliHfj.
The main purpose of the association
is to get together enough cotton at
central points covering large areas
asd to employ experts to sell it at the
highest available price instead of
hawking the cotton around at random
and taking -whatever the buyer is
-willing to give for it The fact "was
emphasized that the plan will not and
canwt work at miracle overnight. The'
elyiavLraBt on earth that -will pay
dividends the day following the plac
ing of the money declared the speak-
er is a food cow. cow if bought
today and well 'fedjtonigfct she will
begin to pay good: dividends tomorrow.
No other known agency will do this.
Tbe evils iuttor which the farmers of
tAiy;are laboring are not the growth
of a day a week month or year but
extead back through a long period of
i yers -even to the eentury point and
nececanaot be corrected instantly. It
will take time patience and patriot-
ism eapled with zeal and fraternal
The speaker declared he had seen
enough .during recent months to know
positively that the farmers now are
addressing themselves seriously to the
" marketing problem and he feltsure
the present plans would succeed and
bring the relief so long sought to the
agricultural interests and especially
to the cotton growing features of this
great branch pf national life and in-
dustry. The farmers of the Southern
States are united in this regard as
they have never been and are working
together with a. unanimity of purpose
that will bring success if they' per-
sist in sticking together forgetting
selfish and personal purposes for a
wnile and striving to bring about that
spirit pf fraternalism and co-operation
that is one of the main factors of
success in all -other lines of business.
Walton Pfttbet director of commod-
ity organization of the Texas Farm
Bureau Federation at some length
went into details and explained! the
cotton cob tract This- was one of the
min features of the meeting
sight and the entire address of Mr.
Pfctpet aras given marked attention.
The seaker in making various iillus-
tratiep became humorous at times
which caused frequent ripples of
laughter to run through the audience.
Msay of the points taken by Mr. Pe-
teet were philosophical truths. For
fsftaMC M declared in explaining
oee ec the nam reasons why the cdt-
mm jjrswMMu was now occupying go
serietw a situation is because "where
.tiere are waAy-sellers and few buyers
the imfc sejs the price and where
taere are few sellers and many buyers
tbe seller Jttes the price." This is
oe ef the oriiaary conditions of all
lbtes f hwi&eee except with the cot-
tm fanaer. He. sells- his cotton at
wfcftUrer price be can get and 'buyA
M at whatever prica the other
fMew-p4c npes Uiom. The Araeri-
cm. farmer is the poorest salesman in
Ike. world although be is at the same
tiJiK ike greateet producer.
The ftwifaeUls of. the organiza
tion were explained by Mr. Peteat at
seK lesgth. Employment ol -experts
d erchediziHg commodltiiia in-
stead of duaiplag them indlEcrimi-
aeiely m has been the custom is the
Tbe'eette aeeoclation contract
wm expiaiaed ua diibaseed and a
of feetkNur wfreasked; and
t km lowing this
aveaker called attea-
Um te m Mtt Hmt before the world
opctoA merchaa ts
i er eottoft -wifli the pfeeap
IW stored. tw
aft er he
to the mills as the mills needed it.
These men made more money on pur
cotton than- we did. But this year
they could not get. the money auditor
the first time in he history of the) in-
dustry cotton was a drug on he mar-
ket We want to sell it but can't
simply because of the fact that ithe
speculative interests in the great mon-
ey centers of the world are riot buy-
ing. We have no merchandizing sys-
tem so arranged as to feed our cotton
out to the mills as it is needed in a.
wort! we are demoralized and have
been' milling round and round to use
a cattleman's phrase with no well (de-
fined! purpose in view. The cotton
selling plan proposes to relieye ihis
situation by pooling the cotton and.
employing experts to sell it' Hi
large lots to people who need it
not for speculative purposes but" for
industrial purposes at legitimate prof-
Previous to the speaking every per
son present was presented with a
booklet which fully explained J the
terms and intentions of the cotton
contract and it is safe to say that! al
ready he idea has "been given wide pub-
licity in Brown county and is now! re
ceiving the serious consideration of
farmers in every locality in this coun
! Says World Has
DR R. L. R03IE
An interesting lecture is proniiscd to
jthe public Sunday afternoon at S:00
Dr. R. L. Robie of Chicago Avliose
subject will be 'Millions Now living
will Never Die.' Dr. Robie will at-
tempt to show that "as 191 4 -was the
date prophetically shown as the be
ginning of Jhe distress of the world.
1925 (shows that the world has ended
and ;that millions now living wiT' nev-
er dje" Great audiences have greeted
this speaker at various points overthe
country. The lecture tomorrow after
noon will be free.
Blanket Boy Is
Missing; Parents j
Fear for S0ety
51r apd Mrs. Sam Bradley of Blank
et haye had no word of information as
to the whereabouts of tueir 16-year-bld
son :HewelI who disappeared from
home on January 23rd according; to
the Blanket Stgnal. Exhaustive eifbrte
have been male to locate the youth but
so far not. a word as to his fortunes
has been received
The family and 'friends of the hoy
are anxious as to his safety fearing
that perhaps he has. met. with an ac
cident or wRh foul ' play.
Old time price at Soda Fountain' at
riofensea'g Drugstore. .
Sewing Mehler Repairing. :
DEFEAT STAR DEBATERS FROM
SOUTHWESTERN UNIYERSITX ;
yj$ SPLENDID CONTEST.
Orin Newman - and ' S. F. Martin
Howard Payne College debaters- and
members of the Senior class defeated
J. P.vDunklin and .E. C. Calhoun rep-
resenting the Southwestern Universi-
ty of Georgetown in! the first inter-
collegiate' debate between the two in
stitutions in Howard)! Payne chapel
Friday night. The decision of the
judges was unanimous. County Judge
R. E. Lee presided during the" contest.
arid the judges were District Attorney
Walter U. Early Supt George W. Page
oMhe city schools and P. A. GlanviHe
of the Hemphill-Fain Dry Goods Com
pany. The contest was attended by a
large audience of appreciative friends
and supporters of the debating teams.
The question tinder consideration
was "Resolved that Congress should
prohibit all Immigration to the Unit
ed States for a period of five years.'
The Ho ward' Payne debaters present
3d the negative viewpoint and their
victory is somewhat (notable ' because
of the fact that the Southwestern Unl
versity debaters presenting; the af
firmative argument had previously
won two tinter-collegiate debates on
the-same subject ' .
Each of the four debaters displayed
sound argument and well trained de
bating ability 'their addresses having
been 'carefully prepared and being pre-
sented with an air oh confidence as
well as of gentlirie interest In the sub-
ject under discussion. 'Arrangements
have been made for a similar debate
next year at Southwestern Universi-
A dual debating contest will be hold
on next Friday between Howard
Payne and'Abilene Christian College
teams from the two colleges meeting
simultaneously in Brownwood and
Abilene for a discussion of the same
question as that'presented in Friday
The Howard Payne orchestra gave
pieasing music during the Friday night
on Monday Night
District Deputy Grand Chancellor
S. C. Findley of (Comanche will pre-
side in a district ' meeting of the
Knights of Pythias in the lodge room
of the Brownwood Lodge next Mon-
day night Delegations from four or
five of the neighboring lodges includ
ing uomanche Coleman Santa Anna
and Rising-Star will meet with the
Brownwood Knights in this meeting.
Initiatory work will be conducted
by the Brownwood lodge in the second
rank. The local lodge is one of the
most progressive in the state its mem
bership having shown an increase of
about twenty per month since ihe first
of this -year.-
Brownwood Three Link
Men Meet Comanche .
Brethren at Blanket
ADout twenty-five members of Pe
can Valley Lodge. Odd Fellows went
iu .jianKet r nuay nignt wnere tney
were met by an equal number of mem-
bers from the' Comanche lodge and a
jemt initiation ceremony of most in
teresting. kind was" staged for 1he
benefit of the lodge at Blanket Sev-
eral members were Inducted into the
mysteries of Odd Fellowship and ad
dresses were delivered by Uncle Bil-
lie Adams and W. M. Ellis of 'Brown
wood and W. D. Carroll of Coman
che. Following the work which was
put on refreshments were served by
the Blanket brethrerf in abundance
and the event wa3. greatly enjoyed by
all who hadtho' good fortune to be
Brownwood Y. M. C. A
Man froin Honolulu Will
Speak at Coggin Baptist
Bryan D. Beck' well known to the
people of Brownwood will deliver an
address at Coggin avenue Baptist
Church Sunday morning at 11 o!clock
on the naturevand result of his work.
during the past two yearp in Hawaii..
Mr. Beck is a son of.W. B. Beck of
Brownwood and brother of Bart Beck.
of ithe WalkerSmith Company. During
the World War .he enlisted in the ser-..
vice of the Y. M. C. A. and when the
war came to an end so far as the Vn-
1 1 1 r j. a r . j ' .
ueutaiaies is concerned np was rer.
tained by the government in the same
line of work and sent tp Honolulu. Mn
Beck is accompanied by his family
who went on lo Gross Plains to visit
with the. parents of Mrs. Beck4
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
All concrete where brick Is laid on
same shall be supervised by a memboc
ojtB.'M. and P. "
Notice to Carpenter Contractors
On all job work brick fayers shall
reclv'e a naif days pay for "any Part of
the forenoon and a hple day's payy
;or any part or atternooii on same
job. By- order of the; 150
BRICK LAYERS UNION.
t ' ' I
Old timer prices at ..Soda Fountaia at
TWO 'YOUTHS SUSTAIN SERIOUS
INJURIES WHILE OTHERS
MIRACULOUSLY ESCAPE. ;
Brown Tomme and . George McCul-
lev; members of the Brownwood band
Were badly injured and Harry Broad
Lloyd Easterling and Mer.win Rob
erts also Band tiiembers sustained
painful bruises and.' cuts Fridayv night
when an Essex car driven by Tomme
turned turtle on the May road two
miles north of Brownwood. Young
Tommo received bad cuts about the
head in: addition to painful body bruis
es. and McCulley sustained a broken
' The accident occurred when the live
young men -were returning from Ris
ing Star 'where the Band played an
engagement Friday with the party of
Brownwod boosters. Young Tomme
was driving the car at a high rate of
speed and as the machine approach
ed the Frisco railway crossing the
car yent mttf a slight turn in the
road the rear. wheels skidding on a
grassy spot and causing the .car to
turn ovefr It s stated that the
Machine turned over three times and
vas practically demolished.
r information ot- the accident was
telephoned to the city by a-member of
the party and T. W. Tomme father
of tho injured youth together with a
'physician hurried to the' scene and
administered emergency treatment
after which the injured youths wore
brought to the city for hospital treat-
ment. The two more seriously in-
jured young men were resting as well
as could be -expected today
A. & M. Man and Bureau
Official Leave for
Work at Other Places
T. 0. Walton of the Agricultural
& Mechanical College Extension ser-
vice left for Fort Worth last night
following the speaking at the court-
house while Walton Peteet went to
Brady today where he delivered an ad-
dress the the courthouse this after-
noon along the same lines as follow-
ed here last night
DOROTHY PHILLIES IX
QNCKiT0 -.EVERY WOMAN"
iYRlC APRIL 11 AND 12
Allen t Hohibar. the author and
director of ''Humanity" has written
and directed "Once to Every Woman"
which will be presented at the Lyric
theatre next Monday and Tuesday
April 11th and 12th with Dorothy
Phillips as the star. Miss Phillips
captivated audiences everywhere thru
her inspired performances in the
above-mentioned subjects. Ani her
portrayal In "Once to Every Woman"
Is such that it will earn her the
highest praise. Mother love is the
keynote of the theme and the picture
shows the utter vanity of worldly am-
bition when not founded upon human
Miss Phillips appears as a country
girl whobecause of her personality
and voice is the pet of the family. An
offer comes which 'will give hoi- u
musical education in Europe and she
takes advantage of It In fact she
develops a case of exceptional ego
forgetting the -humanity of her peo-
ple. After manys. dramatic episodes
she flnajly reaches" the goal of her
ambitionr-the creation ot the star
role in. la new grand opera in New
York. Thep a. treirieiidous shock
causes tho loss of her voice. Her
new-found friends leave her. But she
finds real happiness when she returns
to her -numble- home. Allen Holubar
has given the picture a fine produc
tion. Prominent In the star's support
is Robert Anderson. Tho other play-
ers are entirely adequate
Have you paid jf our last month'
.grocery account? itetau aiorcaani
A NEW STRAW HAT
: OF FASHIONABLE
For 25 Cents
and 30 minutes' time
Elkays Straw Hat
Colors are permanent and wat-
' erproof andi in addition to o new
iaiiiis -i it ill . Tirooorufl Hif-
: surface of the straw.
GREAT SERVICE LAST NIGHT IN
WHICH EVANGELIST SCORED
Tonight will be "Kiddies' Night" at
the First hristian revival meeting anu
the sermon' subject of Dr. Earley-wlll
bo "Naming the Baby." A chorus of
about 125 -children will provide the
music for the service under the lead
ership of W. B. Van Evera song lead
er for the revival.
The services Friday night were
most inspiring. The subject of Evan
gelist Eaiiey was "The New Birth.'
He said the doctrine of the new birth
Is taueht most emphatically in the
New Testament as a necessity for ad-
mlsion into the church or the king
(lorn of God. "Ye must be born again'
said- Jesus to Nicodemus. As flesh and
blood can not inherit the Kingdom o
God this new birth applies to alj ages
of those who would enter the king
dom thei evangelist said. The volun
tery acceptance of Jesus as the Sa
vior by faith and repentance . that
make one abhor sin and all evil turns
to God as the only refuge anc
hope. Those coming into Christ are
said to. be dead and in baptism buried
to the world and arisen to waiK in a
ntw and livirig wayi Many of the
members of the various churches do
not seem to have the new life or be in
Christ judging by thew ay they talk
and. live. Dr. Eaiiey declared. Having
one's name on tho church book does
not make one a Christian. They are
placed there because they are Chris-
tians but sometimes folks are fooled
while God Is never foolea. We are for
God or 'against Him; children of God
or of the devil.
Mr. Van Evera led the great chorus
in a most inspiring song service. The
singing is a great feature of the meet-
ing meeting. Mr. Van Evera's solo
"My Wonderful Dream." touched ev-
ery heart in the audience. t
Great services are in prospect for
Sunday. The sermon subject at 11 a.
m. will be "In Christ" and the even-
ing sermon subject will be "Prepare
to Meet Thy God."
President of School
Board Gives Committee
J. R. Looney president of tire board
of trustees of the Brownwood public
schools today today announced the
appointment of the following commit-
tees: Building and Grounds Jeorge Kidd
ID. F. Johnson Mrs. W. D. Gul'y
Teachers I. J. Rice. Mrs. w. L
Turner and Jewell Johuson.
Finance D. F. Johnson George
Kidd It J. Rice..
BETTER SERVICE WILL be one of
the results of The Bulletin's determi-
nation to get the cash for want ads
before they are given space You will
therefore be helping yourself when
you help The Bulletin.
A research worker of Twickenham
England claims to have achieved the
manufacture of synthetic alcohol on a
commercial scale at a cost of five
cents a pint
. " .... . r r
Neat looking mqchine-hlocked Straw Hats sec
ojfin grade to Buni and ncof anH-ho
styles'. These hats by Hopkins. 'T'
You 11 see samples of these goods carrying the
maker s name in our windows.
Mens Nainsook check Union Suits Monday
at per suit 1 . . . . . . . . . .;.V?.'. K .75c
11iaTWnTTTTIIIB1 "111 It I ll-l II I ". IUII I
ti - p t' c -1
3Iet1iodlst Churclu t
Sunday school nt 9:45 a. m. Morn-
ing'serice at 11 a. m. Epworth League
at 7 p. m. Evening service.at 8.
FRANK E. SINGLETON. Pastor.
First .Christian Church.
Revival in progress. Don't let any-
body miss it At least 300 expected
in the Sunday School at 9:45. .
11 a. m. preaching subject "In
Intermediate and Junior Endeavor
2 p. m.
Senior Endeavor. 6:30 p. m.
7:-15 nreachinz. Bubiect. "Prenare to
r Meet Thy God."
Don't fail to hear Earley's sermons
and Aran Evera's great songs.
C. E. MOORE Pastor.
St. John's Clmrcli.
No service tomorrow.
Church School 9:45 a. m. x . " '
. JNO POWER Rector.
Church of Christ.
Sunday school begins at 9.: 45 a m
Preaching begins at 11 o'clock. Sub-
ject: ''Vorks and Grace." Commun-
ion at 11;45. The evening service be-
gins at 7:30. Subject: "Excuses."
Everybody invited to attend.
A. E. FINDLEY Minister.
Coggin Avenue Baptist Chnrclu
Bryan B. Beck. Y. M. CA. Exec-Hive
secretary int Honolulu will lecture atj
1J. o'clock; Rev. O; D. Henley will
preach at 7:30 p. ni. The public is
limited to these services."
First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday-morning-Bible school at 3:45
Community Chapel school at 3:30
Morning service at il:00 o'clock.
Subject of sermon: "Service." II Sam.
10:11-12. ; .
Christian Endeavor Society at G:30
There will be. no night service on
account ot the revival service in-progress
at the Christian tabernacle..
Primitive Baptist Church.
Elder 3. A. Godwin tne pastor wilw
preach at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. nu
Sunday at "the Primitive Br.ptist
church on Brady Avenue.
Anstin Avenne Presbyterian Church.
It R. Rives Minister. "
The services will be held at this
church at the usual hours:
Bible School 9:45.
Preaching by the pastor at ll a. m.
We offer at very attractive prices Beautiful Hand:
blocked Straw Hats for Men the "stravo witMiiT
a flaw" by Blum and Koch. f
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and 8 p. m.
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.
You and your friends are cordially
invited to worship with us at all the
Sheep and Goat People
of Brown County Hold
Meeting; Sign Contracts
The Brown County Sheep and. ?.lo-
h&ir Assqciation held an interesting"
meeting at the court "house Saturday"
morninE- for the nurnnse- of ritafinaaintr
the marketing plan ot the Texas Farm
mreau eaerauon. Aoout twenty-are
or thirty wool and mohair growers
were present and every one signed
up for the purpose of obtaining she
benefits of the collective maketiffe
idea.. Leslie Elliott of Bell county
presided and in a brief address ex-
plained the nature of the. meeting.
Committees Will Begin
Work on Plans Looking
To Merchants Meeting
Secretary Albright of the Chamber
of Commerce announced todav that
committees would begin work at once
on the coming state iieetfug of the
Retail" Merchants Association which
will be held at Brownwood May 16thr
17th and ISth. It is understood that
the official program will be ready for
publication within the next few ddys
Spooning Park" to
Be Built in Kansas
(By International News Service
KANSAS CITY Kan. April 9.
Boy page Mr "Cupid!"
Louis H. Chapman.t Watery CommLi-
sioner has officially decreed that
Kansas City shall have a'Cupid'sT
park. Because "spooning" i3 con-
demned in other city parks his de-
partment will set aside eleven acres
of land to he converted into a park.
In. Chapman's park there will be
"nooks"- benches and "swings just
comUortable "for two." Chapman says
"There is no place where younjs
couples can go for spooning purpos-
es" Chapman declared. "So my de-
partment .is going to give them a park.
We were all young ourselvesi
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YOU CAN'T AFFORD to start on your
round of calls without a supply: pi ehr
graved cards. The Bulletin can sap-
ply your wants in this line. The cost
is hut little more than for the printed11
The New York legislature has pass-
ed a law making it a misdemeanor for
a person to engage in the business of
theater ticket "scalping" on. the
street near the premises of a. theater
or in a place of amusement
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