The Daily Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 110, Ed. 1 Monday, February 22, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
tOMAY FEBRUARY 22 1915.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
TELLS WHY BURGLARS ENTER II
PROGRAM COMMITTEE ; SERVIANS SUFFER
HE SHOTBENGSTON AT I BR0WNW00D STORE
LIGHTER LAST WEEK! STEAL SIX WATCHES
MID-TEXAS TEACHERS j RAVAGES OF
Tlie Bulletin is authorized to .an-
nounce the following candidates for
office in. the City Election to be held
on the first Tuesday in April 1S15
to hold office for the ensuing two
For Mayor: -"
GEO. P. WALTER. L-
g W ANTED -For good.
IS IN SESSION HERE
in. Phone. 45-
Y10NJY TO LOA.
d jo- loans from
1 1 or. improved and
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r's I:.' rot;-: nt sKr;rght in-
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n :. ! Aipl. cants tor
tis . tv for .(iicifs
s t . .! tn fur;: it Uast
- ibj 'i i Dees and ruard
?ra i v. rs. tor .1 cation
nks " .'! . rvular. an.l rompt .
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t I' - . Ati.nta ;.. 112
SAYS DK( EYsED li VI) RITNEB HIS
RUHTER IN A RIMUYN-
prentice jewelry stoke en.
tereb by small window
AT SIRE OF Hl ILIUNi;.
ARRANGEMENTS BEING COMPLET- TOISX Y THE HAYVGES OF HR.
1 ER FOR HOLDING TE( H- J THE SPIRIT OF HER TROOPS
I ERS GATHERING HEKE. ! IS YET I'.MI.l I VIE I).
T. G. Simmons who last Thnrsdaj 1 saiuroay nigm unuay or . ssunoay .nomer niiporiam meeting qemg ; . 1 xjr i uv aervia. beryiu once
t-hot and killed C. A. Bengston at night some; one forced an entrance bold in Brownwood today under -the -Oie focal point of the European war.
Lighter. is now in jail at -RaUinser..linto 'he J. J. Prentice jewelry .more .auspices of the Chamber pf -Commerce but later almost lost to view in the.
and in an interview 'with a Ballinger;0" Mayes street. . ami -stole sever.-.! jis the int-eting of the program commit--maelstrom which swept the. greater
PR Lr: iii . ; - -n-::e tmsi:
ye. s u : Wrisrht.
m SALi; S jd 4 ytar :1 li'.u:-s
k?U - t;. s Vu'di Yard. 11 .i
p SAT IT Nil. t cak wood :n
fcn.fy irhverd. Faone J-t..
R S!T.E P.t r ..f :aiies skatts.
ie z sTei ri u rs. hisa aeei gjara
Id straps "W-Il !! for ?- cash.
lone R T.r. . T:btf
KXTED TQ SKLL Chiim closet.
r;s;on vjk. p:. txa..y atw. Ajso
eboan" iha St M 31. Currier.
KV.Ziiis Pra Line
IR SALE la '. .an Runat i Duck
fr ba'chiag F'.st bred; beats
r -. -g Can .n'iy any quan-
w Pai n A. D. JiCRPHY. Phone
stkff .np. Pt2 3"2.
IRS: SEE I
fl-RENT Tvc unTurnisbed rooms
3X.cdfrn com-n 'B. Good loca-
:ne 4 or R-M" 114c
Ledger rei)-'rter tells the stvry of the
shooting anii the events. wiik4i le4 hji
to it. He confirms tin story iiT! is li-
ed in' t Bulhu'n.of last. '' Sain rfla.
tb.T be had t niiw to this cily on Fe .
. r.ii amuted the register at ti"'
S'.:ti:'in liotel for eaipfe Biade on
Diemi'r '-nd. .SimmojUj ; stsrv 4 a
:!.: j I er ioHdws.:- :
' T' i'n Kii.tii o -coasidora -hi.
ind a: Lighter etni.loyv i
S:" :i:i.ti to orl 1 or him la:t year. In
S-; rib r Simmors.hftd consWerab'e
siikass in hi- f.innljv three or. fou'-
oi h;- tiiiMien b Mig dd: siclv at on-tijh-j.
(Hip child a dausrfifter .eichtee't.
aymt ..nc his wite came very near
dyme with pneumonia Siiiitnons he-canu-
)iard pressed for money and huv-
inp a uairinfr that wAs iti i:id
bealt.'. !.e made an effort -to get her
in 'hi Cailsh.ic sanitarium. Or Mc-
Kjug'.T. in charce f the saaiJiaium.
i r.'ti Simmons that he h'ad an open-
in? fT his daughter. Simmons did
not have the money Jo send hisflau.-h-
the -anitarium. Renaston . went t
Bengtsom to botTow it. nnd Bengtt-ot
apived to let him have ten .dollars
stating that he did not have the mon-
ey at home but that he had it in
Brady. On the day that the voiinc
lady was to start on her Journey m
the sanitarium. Reogtsom went to
ItpU'Stf Brady going dmvn on the atn that
leaves Lightnerat 11 o'clock with the
understanding that he would get the
mooe for Simmons and woiild.meet
tbe train that leaves Light ner at -even
o'clock when it arrived -at- Brady
and supply the needed cash which
be did. .
"When the train upon which the
young lady was traveling arrived at
Brady. Bengston met the youne: lady
and after buying her ticket to Brown-
watches frrtyi ; be show eases. En- tee of the' .Mid-Texas Teachers-Aaso- powers int.o the struggle gives ample
trairee to the .store-was 'effected thru.; ciation and a complete program is be- vidence of having borne her just pro-
a small window-"at the" side: of the ing adopt l'for the big institute which portion of .."the 'sacrifices of the na
building tbe .window being broken. ;will he held'h' ie Friday and Saturday tions. Suffering o.i all sides rs fa-
Mr. Prentice has. given the poller Mariih. 2Cth' aiul 2.7th at which jtim - tchs-e but the spirit of the troops .is
an inventory .of tJierstolen pr.mert.. nearly ojie lit.nisand teachers are ex- undaunted..
as folhiws: . ; .- 'I'.led to in Biownw Woitd. since the recent defeat of -th 'Aut'
OneJJ-Jwci Sbitth. Bead watch. - SitpV. K. L. White of McCuUo' h trians frep(J .Servian soiL of in viuTer
cdtintx -s chairman of the Progr-mi u:UiS nav(. ruly gone forward for
committee and has attend' d. o . most ot ;tie n-ext move in the great game of
ihi .l. tails of arranging for the e.k war th offensive. ' Hundfed&'.of
ers for the big meetrng. The ..irocram mounded soldiers In the bdspitsil
Will he published in full (onion nv ani 'mut loit tu . correspondent;.' f-. the
the list of speakers is sure to attiacr Associated Brest that th&r fel their
ukic Miuiiuuii aiiiuiis uic leacncih in socond life piirjiose -will be
Prominent anions t!c
progrnm will be IWrs'
One. 17Tjewel. 12-s.ize; watch; - -One
7-jewel W-altham wU'h.
One Bracelet w4re'fi.
One G-size Wialtliaiia ych -.Tr Jewel
movement.. .. r .' ' '
One .7-jewei Elgin-ivatchl -Tbe
buralars feft ' the. 'cflces u;
clue upon ixhifch -to wprk- bVreveral ;this section.
uspiciou charaetet-s - are. being close- j names on tin
purpose -will be lost if
they are unable to help in the deliver-
ance of tbei:r ' kinsmen oh' Aiistro-
ly . watched and arrests "are. xpecteil - Percy Pennybacker State . Supenn- Hungarian territory. Vrhe. Seryfaii f-
" . :imuent jmugmy. aim oiners. tensive will be shared by the: .Russians
w ... .... . tne sessions ot tne jusutuie wi i ail(1 je 1Dj -s expressed . here tin (i if 00 '
For City Attorney.-
ROBT. E. LEE.
For City Marshal:
. JOHN CHAMPION. -GEO.
CHARLES W. FAULKNER
. '. U. DANIEL.
... ' JERRY' .MILLER.
.Fox .City Tax Assessor and Collector:'
. ARTHUR CROSS; .J.v
; LUTHER H. RAGAN. .. ." y.
' - CHAS. HARDY'. '"J.
For City Secretary:.
: J; R. CHURCHILL
W. A. STOREY'.
. - JEWELL Ai JOHNSON.
For City Treasurer:
HI LI 01 SN ES.s A:N D . CO N'ST I'ATI ON' 4
CL'REI). ; '. '.
If yon art- 'efe'r; iron bl ed with bil
The-peasant mother sat by its
The child it seemed had been
! which are "open to the public when a
it.uness ..or eonsTitAU'on . yon. will be larger audiiorinm will be reriuired.
oe. tieju at tne jtowarn rayne coi- at Xian Ujat Uoumnnia ; .troopa alk) side.
lege and tire High bchool tmudings ft ; hn it i..!! n-UtmoU with hv .reU r nn a.i
.. " ' - im ika uvrw - mjw ui tin luatl I till
uu m.- .nv.irniH.. ui wic-itii t he f unirariaii frnntJer musket am its olinnl.ior ioi
interested in the statemeiiL of R." I
Erwin. Peru Ind. " A year ago last
winter. I had an attack of indigest-
tion followed by biliousness and con-
stipation. Seeing Chamberlain's Tab-
Jets so highly recommended I bought
a bot:!e of them and they helped me
right away." For sale by all denier.-.
' CONTINUED FROM PA(3E 1)
The motto .of the Servian army Is Preed -by a bayonet. The mother
"Something to. defend; somethfm to had escitped to the woods with" the
reclaim" . The something : to defend j won(el child in her arms and had
was the independence of their fcing-:wa?rfer?ti about for three or four
lorn. The something to reclaim is d??-vs lie?0l'v coming to the Servian
that part of tlie ancient Servian em-j1'0??- This same mother had lost
pire which even after the victories husband father and brother in th'e-
o'ver the. Turks and Bulgars -still' lies3 Renting.
outside the limits of the Servian i . .De?ni-te Servfa s many wars the
Racial Trait Siirviu'.
f - " V . ; ' c . The traveler in Servia Is-somewhat ;VflS ue irsc UIle women of the
year to include other counties-and af-. rt - '. . - .'.' conntrv. had Wn i.m.Mt in nt
prisoners of war a large percentage witn actual warfare and many of
of Servs. or the purest race and ton- 1ave boen driven mad" frdm
sue: Living in Austrian territory they . trf.Slt; aild the terrible scenes: they
were forced to serve tn that m-.i have witnessed.
until a surrender gave . them the on-: Along the railroad line from DjeJeFI
iirii.'iiii tpptii kfp ilUFl) j Intimity to serve their on Country:10 Skopyle ( formerly. Fsknk) the sta-
j lltMMI l.L j hhi li - . .''''-.Some are helping in the mHttarr hoW -t!on are cwled with refugees wo-l-
Have that old plate made new- from . . . . . w ;: flll A-
iin mis w nnt ri n ii r c iaca i nmai at r aaw .- iiiun uiiiiui vit mill urii run iiiii niMfi
Big OrauiiiL' Card. .
This. Teachers Association promises
to be one of the biggest drawina
cards- wliich Brownwood will have in
future .years. It is separate and dis-
tinct from the -Summer - Norma! and
embra -es a much wider territory - At
present -more' than eleven hundred
teachers are within the counties in
this organization. It is expeeted next
the Servian l .
. . - present struggle- brought for the first
.time an. invasion of Servian soil. It
lfect nearl.v two thousand tealurs
Th organization has its headquar.lerf -tin
Brownwood and ail annual Insti-
jtntes- will be held here on account of'
l the central location.
R RENT Lti? trre building.
;m f rm tiy. - uj ied by Tfc" Fair.
lv .t FRANKK P CA3CDY FAC-
'pe UJJf irn:shel
; keejjing U'T cou-
rt 1 "rhood. Phcne
r 'hr-e nc--jais' for
.t.ater and. lights;
71 c r call at
p RENT -is
R RENT T
L- f-fkef r
- -1 r c
centers. Musical "programs entei-
wood and checking her -trunk he gav- ft'aining talks and .other means of ettr
her the remainder of the ten doll afS. itertnin merit nre TrnviiliH ' Tho nnmi'
Price safe right- nd tod here;00( jye. Jt seems that of the different ili:trtets hnve I.e.!
Bengston did -not leave the tarin .a f-(YPry enthusiastic nboot raising money
ier telling the young Jady s;ood bv jamong themselves for the equipment"
but went into another car and after ;0f their bnildings and' Mrs. Coggin
the train left Brady for" Brown wool jstat'ed that they gave man box sn)
he returned to the car wbere the Per-s .and other benefit .entertainments
young lady was and traveled with her ifor that purpose. tiu success of tbi-
to. Brown wood and goins with her ojioasne in Brown county will undouht-
a hotel commited the crime reSpotisi-Jjy he an .Inspiration to progressi.-
hie for tbe killing. women in ih"r coutiu'ei. where some
"The father through friends lenH-.jstcb organization has .not been . f
ed that Bengtsom accompanied his .footed. Mrs. Cogstn who. is ce pris.
dauchter to Brownwood atld rumor.VjjeIU of tbe Coggin National Bank ot
reached him that cansel him to niake ;Rroanwoo.I and also vice preshlent :1
me inp to i airiioao last ;nKiy 'o tthe T-vas Woman's Banker's - Asso
?ee his dauchter. and the daughter is vorv hriUiaiit.
anil picket duty along the Altoauifitt "'JUled together. Many refugees . In
- Lying far
bevond the Eoraneftn shelter most of the available build-
. A . - . - r ceuier servia seemet n uwicttit " bJ
avs our - aboratorj- is modern and all ..- : . " Wonn
; . . . . . - destination for a journey begiiMffag. x5 "n
work is done '.at home." It is "the. v . . '" in
- . at 'ew 0k. Dm experience-prQtfed . fn
bes " which is "good enough . ... tl" '-?A tttUnr
BELL RENTAL CO.
Teeth replaced on old plates;
to $1.50. . ' : ':
' i A 1 ' .1 1 ' -1 . H 1
OU are not ooinervu uy uu uw nn. a.. - ..TtiJlt;. 'fnts- bavins heen .'K-pr nv.r tn the.
. ..... vviiiii I -m gt;uiilU 11 UlttlCBIt . - a. w v
the party of doctors and nurses
easier than anticipation. Beferird .inKon ot to tservia fast November
the front door of t'h.-Baikal .L-ad Paget -was an American Mr. '
impossible indeed but. S'alonfft '. j'6. mkP-s w'hose father and grand-
back door.- was . . found . htJsltjililip-'- fhr . were New York surgeons
open. In wartime back .do&m n$ this party arrived in. time . to care
sid alleys are apt to be .safer a'i thousands of wounded Servians
quicker mentis of gettiftg. about .Vfliafr--"1 Atrian .prisoners sent down
guarded dpors and fortified-Ironillwav P11 thp front in the battles which
With Paris easily attained: tJr 'r3t :lreve ?e Ast.rians from Belgrade.
ournfy from there to l?rinitit vivrJ' available space In the general
Turin and Milan. differ ijt.tje; row ffHl with straw As
what it might have been 5q rotWy-".mftlJ" &s three persons" sleep untler
times. The crowds of. mMformd.sbjk ' one ' blanket. Lady Paget's j)art
MANY COLLEGE PEOPLE
TO ATTEND PRESET
LAYMEN'S MEET IN DALLAS Jo:
To attend -'the 'three days cimven-
A-k about it at
told the sTcry of ber ruined J'tf.
ant little woman j''0" of ' the Laymeii'-H Missionary Move--.(ifors at the stat ions' ald the reora.rki whteh had taken charge of the Ken-
ionalUy. She is n"nt " of l.h. I'rcsbytefiah cniirch. b.e-- allr number of women in; iniiHfi-:'nil hospital here consisted of more
stating her own J ginning tomorrow . a number of stu: ing. bow'pve'r. - gave WldepceC :Uti?"-:i'n'-flfti Persons surgeons nurses.
u d r
r :y. Rv. K.
Mr ; Roy
and Mip Anna
t. Tbk -fcaitjiy
irni-d oa !at
.r home In Aus-
LADIES! SECRET TO
Brimr Iteck It" ( olor and Lustre With
fJrandnia'v Satre Tea
herself as mnch pleased with .tbf an-
nouncement that the State Fedeiation
Con.raon garden sage brewed into a
of Women's CI -it- woitM hold tin ir
next meeting in Prownwocd"
ROOMS FOR FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL
te tc-'s ct ' r.'S of.tljiif -nJar
ri: c M M :rihy 2r - on
rr r s. -ain 'tc the a-av' tea- with sulphur and alcohol )
: - . i. etraii! Miss addPd' ' trn gray streaked and J( BUI LD ADDITIONAL
f j . x . .11.. i . - . . '
(. r . f iyr maeo nair oeyuniuiiy aaiK. ana luxun-
ar.l -. mmf-i wprv Ikit rf HwnHi-itf-f cinn '
nc. yoang wo- .v u..u. wi.
f 'ing mm of -seal1 itching and falling hair. Mixing
' nn .-.-j the Sage Tea and Sulphtrr recipe at
home though is troublesome.- An eas- j
ier wa is to gel -the ready-to-use ton-1
iv w-iiiif; auuui -iv wins u migc uuc-
tle at drug stores known as '-' Wyeth's
Sace and Sulphur Compound" thus
' ' mmmm "mtT avoidir.c a lot of muss.
l-TII ffr At li li A Whib wispy gray faded hair is not f
IS Plln AI Hill I mLiL we all desire to retain our
II j II li nunillUi youthiul appearance and attractrf-e-
. it ti .o ;iie
: irr ru- end
' d friends.
banking bv ti:-ir
of. -most winninc personalU
extremelv modest In
part in the. splendid work'ilpne bv the (1'"'s ? uaniei H.iKVr cmiege. .um chance ff the past. few months.. s...:5rles a s'"rvants. Their work is
Wgue but anv one talking with' he-; repn-seniative of the First Prebv:er- -1'rtlo Italian steamers make the Jair-arded by the Servians as inrala-
Van see -.it once that it is her pet phil--' ian v'him-b ai h ave tonight jor Dal- fI.-om--Brindisi .tn. Salohiita. W. tf.4'jJ?- -
anthropy. Mrs. Coggin Was the guest las. Included m the. party will be .1. j.oV:)fi.. one ending alwayft-wur a Jf R were not for the. pitiable suf-
of Mrs. E. L. Steek while In "Austin "'. - sl0'V Jr- Illr'' Stapieum. Ebc. ins. iring view- of -MoiUjtt fJf iapV of the thousands of homeless
for the Home Economics Week pro- Junkiir'. Jim Greer. Noel Wilkinson. won which the Greek peaiaut -1aaVs' .seen' everywhere who do not
sram and the meetinc of the .bankers lVdro tJarria t .Malcolm McCullougk helfeye the ancient ods iit-in tuife b'S. - Ulft slt arotind in wretched
of the Fifth District. She -expressed Fin ley Ewing. Misses -Mary Johnson xnMl( over- the f.te of Greece;- ... -.firops mntely enduring their miserv
and Jtianita uiinams uenn a. r: Ofneljils" Are Cpurtcoii!..: j it might be said that Syopyle wears
Porter. Profs. Van Valkeubuig and' . cieail. co'mfor'ta'hle first. 61ass. cita nla air So Foud are t4e Servians
Baxter D. D. Greer and probably othr .A tj1( travere. fr?. Saliohtkn; to- of the recent victories Of their army.
v'rsj from Daniel Baker; and Rev. W njejeli- .' the -Serviiiii.- froVitbri ; V ; ...
Bristow Gray L. L. White W. W. Mc- change of . trains at this point jjttjr BKTTKR.M ENT LEAfU'E
Cullough and W. Logan represent.- no deterioration in raiiror facit; j- AT THE ZEPHYR SCHOOL
ing the Fh;t Presbyterian church. These trains are daily erdwded -with : Representatives of the Chamber of
The laymen's meeting beginning to- .Servians of the better class .whdiJ'eft: Commerce and .the School -Betterment
morrow' and continuing througir their homes in. the; '.Interior " during League- . went to Zephyr -Saturday
Thursday is one "of the greatest con- tjP Atrstrian incnRinn . wt '-'nUfitt fimi ;iih.r. Mrncc tr. r.o
mentions that wiu ne neiu in ttie
South this year li
speakers are all
of them men who. havihj
i ut uLiu in i' i turning to them assureil it fs stTXc -i .' 'Qt' Uie "largest crowds that has ever
Included among the tj0 so. . '. . a
ORE. TIB FEET
rood He f-ore feet burning feet swol-
fert i-weaty feet fcmelhng feet ttred.
Cood'bve' turnB. callouses- bunione and
raw pjots. ?o
more phoe tight-
nese no more limp-
ing with jtain or
draw ing up your
face in a g o n v
"HZ" is magical
arte right off.
"TIZ" draws out
all the poifconoua
puff- up tbe feet
Use "TIZ" and for-
cet your foot
n's i" darkening vour nair- witn
Wvth-' Sage and Sulphur no one can
te!. biiaue it does it si? naturally
so venly. You Just dampen a sponge
fr rft briish with if and draw thitt
through your hair taking one smaK
tfnd at a time; by morning all gray
-hvi's have disappeared. After anoth-
er app'tcation or two your hair be-
comes beautifully dark glossy. soft
and luxuriant and you appear years
So rapidly has the attendance at
'the. Sunday school of the F"Ti?t Baptist
j church rlpwn during th' ast few
months- that additional clas rooms
have become absolutely necessary To.
provide . this additional room a con-
tract has been let to F. M. McDaniel
akers are all the prominent lay-j Ai Djpj(.n fbe chief of tatstbirts .Mr; box' supper I
n of the entire t'nited States som.. j-Simitch. invited tlie correRpomleut; pf'makfng ahd ham
AiiOLPurs iirscn wrote Tex-
as BREWERS ASSOCIATION. "WILL
f;iVE .$100JKI0 EXTRA TO YOUR
( ARRAIGN FT NIL" Home & State
Dallas Texas -wants 100000 Texan-;
lo read the "Personal" and "Conn-
-iy. All Low comfortable Tour feet dential letters seized by the State
L Get a 25 cent ox of "TIZ" now at for sut exjioing conspiracy of Hqimr
drugg.st or department store. Don t fn.r(. to (mtrli Texas. Storv
Ter Have pood feet glad feet feet " ... ... ...."
lit never swell never hurt never get ippresseu 3 "J iapr. uxue..-
led. A years loov comiort guaranteed tf " -" t-i" -u"vji jm. "un ivnaj
monev refunded. ne ear one dollar. liy
1 tUV irt ft t.ijAJ H A (MMIltl'flltll i
ttt-x t..t.. Iklilni niin nill nt(rrtflln 'frti1
rooms on the-vacant lot adjoining th
church building on the south..-
The new ropms will answer all' pres-
ent requirements but will .tre so con-
structed as. to facilitate additions from
time to time as they may bec6mo nec-
essary. - '
made em in
ent success in their business endeav-
ors have retired from nethe. commer-
cial life and are devoting their whole
time to the work of stirring the lay-
men of the church to'greater mWion'-
nry movement. Speakers fired with
burning ambition to be ot servic
' AT CANNON SCHOOL HOl'SE.
A number of Bnwnwool people- in-
cluding leaders In th' School Better-
ment League work will go to Cannon.
School House tonight to attend a con-
cert to be given by that school
The program will lie a .sort
Ceorge Washington celebration
signed to stimulate interest in
schooi Avork of the community-
instruct the visitors throughout the
three days and a -very profitable trip
is anticipated by all. who will attend.
Dr. T. V Junkin. formerly of. this
city is a-member of the Dallas Enter-
tainment committees and will .assist
in welcoming tbe visitors.
ttended. a school rally in this county.
followed the speech-
dsonie sum was netted
the Associated Press togethef :With 'froth tho sdle of boxes
other 'foreigners. Into his office where 2ephyr is the center of one of 'he
Turkish coffee' and cigarettes- where eight districts in the School Bet; er-
served. This courtesy .was repeated . ment : League work and the teachers
by officials at nearly eery station f that district are' vedy progressive
where the train stopjied and is" on anil are meeting with hearty resiumse
with which the traveler meets in all 4 from the patrons of the schools. Pi of.
parts of tbe Balkans.
W. F. Robinson is captain of- this pro
Don't-worry.. The song of the lawn
mower will soon be beard in tho suburbs
INJI RKD LN RAILWAY
YARDS AT S.WEETWATEK
Garland Bowden was brought in
Saturday night from Sweetwater
where be was injured in an accidenr
In the Santa Fe. yards. ' He was. as-
sisting other hrakemen in making up
a train when his foot was caught in.
such a manner that the heel was
crushed. lie will be confined to lft s
home- here for several days.
As a. matter of fact the chorus girl
is merely a matter of form.
A splendid new municipal building cinct and is setting remarkable re-
at'DJejeli was converted into A bos'- mlts.
pital after tlm war hegnn. As soon (
as the wounded Avere able to leave t
the -overcrowded. hospitals a't the I
front they were sent to such remote1
spots as this. The. hospital is scru- .
pulpusly clean. In mid-December
some sixty men were lying on iron
bedsteads all looking. comfortable
and well cared for. though. there we-'
no nurses. A number or Austrian
"risohers of Servian race were acting
as orderlies to tho two doctors in
charge. For prisoners of the enemy
to be serving af nurses sCume l v.c-ivta-bly
a union of the Hon and the. lamb.-
untii the situation was explained;
Pitiful Incidents of War.
In one of the smaller rooms of
this hospital where the worst cases
were confined lay a child six years
jold bound in bondages almost bead to
Wood Wood Wood
WE ARE NOW ABLE TO FILL
YOUR ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS OF
WOOD. OCR SERVICE IS "Ql'ICK
AND PROMPT." WE WILL APPRE-
CIATE YOl'R BUSINESS
KEITH WOOD YARD
Call W. J. Redner
The Oldest Drayman in Bmwimood.
Prompt. Reliable Sen ice at. your
E. .1. BROAD'S STORK.
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