The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 60, Ed. 1, Sunday, January 13, 1929 Page: 3 of 12
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THE BRECTrnNPJnan AMERICAN BRECICENRIECE TLXa: .1 NluY JANUARY l.i l.Uvi
THE BESTwCOMEDY IN AMERICA
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E-jH DONT SPEAK
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Injured Pedestrian: Well. Doc. what's the verdict?
Doctor : Oh I'll toon have you on your feet again.
Injured Pcricatriart: Oh. my God!
II i.. or in Oitc put.
'How did vim hjjin to prnoe
t your miIi
"I iliitn i propov to Inf. I wa
jiil an uiihnriii l)ttaiilr
M PrtT Who'l there?
Voue Without I) i I
lter iprrvedr t.n on i here;
r ilon i want any nmri thooi
oith;kttrtn I'urptr I'trtot.
Swrrt Young "Ihitie Have n
hldrrlx Lady What' Smoke .
nifjt'ii h I d rulii-r fci the
I r! nun that i.itnc ali't'v;'
Swrr' tiling thing "M) Would I
Hut lue a UKjrrtlr while nurr
I!-r father u a railroad man o
he u-eit a grirn lip-tiik
W1M" ro DO II YOt HUl.
Your hudand may lome home
f r evening and ay to you ' I
. . Icrstufut ou have Siamese t win.
Who gave you that rijthi' What
-rr uu going to do about it?
Ilicre n only one way out of ttm
terrible thing It requires courjge
to the 'ilh decree and a icttain
amount of cjlhotiii.tn You tail
labic into your boudoir and when
they have arrived. aU them if they
hae anythini: to complain uf in thr
vny of food or entertainment. If
there eem to be a difference of
opinion split the difference and
there you are.
Volt Knot J.
"Doc your dog chae cov?"
"No. he' a liuhW"
-WtttUmt I'urple Cow.
HUK IOR HOMJXOMINO
ltt;rad Rah! rah' rah! W'hooz'
i' Whooxin' rh' rahl rah!
2t Crad: Nty fellah v. ho you
lit lirad. Dear of Whooii. of
b.IiI!imi: Wf we jMayeu meihcr when trajh wai lOinrthK'
Whowi Im Satunlay. Ihal Wclll imo garl)agc tMi lnfttM
M (.rail My ?oh Im In the o( nagaIIel
i i i't. ! tl over thr "
. '...iilnw'v of the lowrrr
i'i -liroiuli i! thr field with a i I
K'ni'lt-n hi't-t. n airpla-! ur.li
l.iilv .iho.i . ('ri.umi; . i . ; . 1 1 g
I he uirr iinl n.i'urali.
with one niinutr t.i .l.is - h.uli - . t
Kiii (iranitri ami ihr uk. iu.n
lirhmh dropHi luik to Kik th
(mot after (u. niv. It nii.itr
lame fur him tflory fur hi- olleptr
a iaie for thr ionh. and mie In-;
lirmler for r.rrinr rlc mnurnt'd
lie tepN'il li.uk. harked nut the
-itrnaU . . . the Valid ro-e. a
hi-. Iinjr. -hnrkinft. twitinR nmn--ir
Dime and dollar- tirw
Mifjh the air. tluuianil- of -pn
la' or waved their hats and lieik-
t id frantkally.
Did the Kalian) quarterback make
i !ut extra jwini"' Well I don't
know: I wa 1'iKhtinK for a hot dog
iii -elf. A
Ole Hot: That saxophone player It certainly handsome Isn't
Marianne: Yes I wish he'd blow some my way.
OFF TO A GOOD START MACHINE GUN DI.UES
They were hunched on their ec- Esther: Where did you xet that
ond lap near the turn and were pretty lace dress?
.Matlelyn: lliat un I lace; I hac
.... ... I'l.! '
An old-timer li one who ran re
"The stuff I had here yesterday tasted like kerosene."
"Well you wanted to get lit. didn't you?"
.Ik kigait Gargoyle.
ikhlinc it out hitterlv
' r- "Now. you rascals"." said Grand ' " Chicago
la to tjie triplets '"if you're Koinic
' Maurice mine hoy vy you hut 0 f" "ou'" have to get down on
on the reridio' me noor.
Dey wa broadcast ink tie serv
Wlmt's nauce for the goose is not
neiearily gooielierry mucc.
I'uiiii I m
Author: A thorough knowledge
of my book is worth more than u
Pafitor: Humph! A thorough a"VJc m C0IV
knowledge cf anvthlnc U worth i.e ne.i a( K.iSon am.
more than a college education iwhooter and Mimved all three
The man chased the train out to
the end of the platform but failed
to iaiih it. Ah he slowly walked
luik to the station mopping hi
brow some helpful soul asked:
"Mi.s the train?
"Oh. not much I never got to
Yes he tried i?a poison and a know it very well "
II tuonun ihlopus.
"Thrv ay younv Smither wa a
Cuttomer- Have you jnnh!nf to r".
keep mv bxby wsrm C . n
Clerk Ye hut what Ue rU-fc 'No he s
"Do you know Nat Cohen?"
"One of the cloak" and suit
i in you want
-.Imlitni l.ott )if.
one of the Ice cream
ir.iii. I Ltt JUmk.
Actress: I can't marry you: I
have a clause in my contract
Stage Door Johnny: 'Dial's all
right My father's a surgeon
"Are you sure that was a nur
rlage license you give me last
"Of course. 'What's the matter?"
"Well. I thouiht there must be
some mlstsVe: I've lived a dog's
life ever since "
l. . . . .. t w.n. m .. m
UMMrlry m P
viX i- -f rr' it
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ue- from de synagogue. Poppa."
'Vol's the matter vfth that? It's
good you should listen to such
"Ye's. Popa I know but dey
va taking de collection "
.V.i'rtif Stonr Milt.
Aljry: Is your cirl fat?
Algae: I. he fat' I'll say so.
hr had the mump- three weeks bo-
forr i hey found out what was wront;
'Honest chief. I ain't no crook.
We Iwy wiu jut playltt' let's go
in and out the winder an' I wuz
a iv 5.H i
ri tm -7H.
vy 1 1 f3"
Hored Friend (to very cautious
driver): I say don't you find it
thrillim to sit gripping the wheel
while the kids on scooters whiz b J
Small Girl to Rejected Suitor: And you needn't flaunt yer
ice cream in front of me cither. I ain't no cold-digger.
n-z "Why are you in training? I
didn't know you were an ath-
"Dlii you hear about the moron let?T" .
& UWk III JMJfc IJ WSHI h
to use a fraternity house tele-
tUtt chased a sorority girl the other
""No! Did he escanc unharmed?" phone boothl"
Whtonun Octopus. Ttxas Rtinftr.
Sergeant: Hey! You can't go in
there that's the colonel's tent I
Rookie: Then what have they
got "Private" over the entrance for?
It seems that the only way to
keep Jimmy Walker in New York
i to elect him mayor of Palm
Ueach or Hollvwood.
-C f. .V. P. Mtrcurv
She was onlv a pirate's daughter
but oh boy what a Kiddl
"Where are you goiog?"
"Trying to find where them pi-
"Want some holes for my desk."
thr Hectory following the holiday
IvurHtlon A very InterifUIni utntlvUlt.
njilfiiillil infi'tln to uiku iilucr.
JiuIki' mill Mm. Arlington or thl
l'ltlllV't:KHIAN COl'.NCII. city wore rrcent ' KUPMts of .Mayor
IO IIOI.II SISI(IN I ami Mm. Abbott or Cuibon. Thwe
Thr I'tribytritmi Council will ' (tleuifi located each other through
.". ........ -..1 '"rrt Jan II with ft Council Day iirwr; i.rniH In the CIhco Atnrrlcnii.
CtiNTINl'Eli Kltuil I'Vlfc TWO niM Mo.t-iwe. will Ur Mei -
where I'll.' will miike un extunded thnt city. In upending n few dnyij
of uprniK f th- 'Ir- 'hntlnl'"n"'" w w H''r" "' "'-cn""
fhnrrh . .invention whuli will brlni! ""
In tin- nt trprrnelitittlvi! ftom nil
purtM of tllv Htutf I I. Ml Jlllll'l
ci.ru TO STUIIV
church bimril. whl' h will hu off Iclul lln Twentieth (Vtitury Study
liOhtji vtiitr thut ! -t thou "ul) Will holil their flnt lllrrtlllg
iiind iiiriobrrii of it" it iioiiiiu itmii of the yrur at thr i-luh rooms at
ulr rxpri tnl I'll' Y M f' A '11 Wnllirmlay
. ufiuinoon ut 3 oo u't-luck
Mr. anil Mm. Kanibtongh wure
vl.-ltoirt hint wrrk In Hoilfonl.
Mr. and Mm. M. K. ThompHon
arr upending the week-end In 'Abi-
lene thr guerttii of Mr. un.t Mm.
Mr. uml MM. William Mluck and
daiightrr. Ml. Kathlren of Kt
I.J!:iJ"U".."r 'ir.1 Worth. a'rr'the.lHiunr u'UeM. of Mr!
ihvii tiv uuifli.k tiitr -
bio." Mm V II MorrUon Rkudrr.
and ItHilieat each mriiibrr to hr
preiurU to annwoi toll call with
her favorite puMHigr of Scilptuir.
Ulrrtlun uf offlerin will be hrlil
ami a full attiimluncr In tiigrd.
(OHO.NATION TO III.
Thr loronutton of the Iluekaroo
ipierli rholen by errt twllol ut
ftle Hrrikiliildgr high rhiMil le-
n fitly titnl whuue Identity haa not
it brill ilivulgeil. will In- crownut
on tlk- cvriilni: of Jan '!! A er-
iiH.iiiul piogram in being amrngwl. iAi;XUAtv t-i..MILN
' VI'-AICS WOHK
I'KTItOI.IU'.M sT.i S.MOKI'.lt The Saint Andre wit Auxlllniy will
WITH 75 PltliMi.N'T imuiii tlu-lr regular liii'iitlliKu fol-
The IVtrolruiii Club eiJ.ertnlnml lowliic the holldny vr.entlon with
their iimiittiera and gneau ThurmUy ki of Mnndnv. Jan 14. when Mm
ntgni in ine eiuu riM.ma oi wH'jmMK Alllnon of Kust Kim .Street f Mn I. T.Cook.
Iturrh Hotel with their firt KM ( will lie htea to the Soeloty. whluh I
tag HinoKer neveiuy-iive iiidiii- i urn rhosen thl day
her and guvata wera prvarnt and I
tnjuje.1 thl grl-togetUer affair JWOOII.MK.N (TIUT.i: .Ml.T
I' T TO Ml.irr i Thr Hirckanildgt- CJrov 301?
I'lKMSVV AITKIt.SOON of Ihr Wuudinrn Circle mat Krhlay
Tlu- South W'Hid l'iiit-Tiurhrr : iKht In th hall at 70 Many
Aioiiatloii for the new eur will invtnbria ruuld not attend thla
i.ii Hull Hi.lvltli- Tuisday Jan niorttng on account of the lufluaiizn
I) which U the i.kuI.11 meeting rpldrinlr
day in thr Hildltm iuiii
During the fall iii.nili under the; CAST WAIll) I'. T A. MI-XT.
able pr.idency ot Mm I. V Pel- Th fiaat WmiI P T A will hokl
jihrry the South Wind I V A i It regular (ttaalou Tu unlay ui'trr-
Iiuh a(iomilllu'd inucli and many noon at 3 SO at the achoot hou.'r
wortliwhllr an-l IntDit-tinK )" ' The gathering will bu u eumbliird
glaiiw have baell remit nd j .ocial and bilsllieaa eeaiilou. th n-
1 noclatlon' ireretnry rrnU. and
Al.TAH SOCHri'V TO every mother I urged to he pr-v
.iirri iiu.i im i ...'i. ent
uud Mrn. llerhlcc Trumtiiell.
Mi. Jack itoberl I Hprndlug k
few days In Vt. Worth.
Mr. r. C. Witvy and duughter.
MlMr Dorothy and (.race. are
.ponding the week-end In Wrathei-
foul with mend-..
Mm. Cail Atmstiong of Albany
npi'iit Friday In UrteUenrldgr and
altrmlrd a luncheon given In honoi
Mm. D. U Phillips of CoMlcanu.
Mi. i:thrl Hmlth of DalliiH Miles
and ICIIIe Johneon of McCamuy ar-
rived In thin city to be ai the bed-
aldr of thrlr brother Claud; John-
mill who la III with pneumonia.
Mr. und Mm. II. W. .Saylua and
daughter. MIm Kute had a thuli
Friday and .Saturduy guest Mr. J.
Kobeit King. Jr. of Huntnvllle
William Hrown of Ft. Worth was
a giiunt In Dili city Friday.
In Hieckenrldge on IiiihIiiuim.
A. K. Cmn l 111 ot hi home with
confined nt his homo with thn flu County Attorney O. II. Allred. One his service. He I Httceeeded by
for a wuolt. will be in til office ' tax payment of $0-100 linn been re- J. A. AlllHon.
Monday. ported. flfiNj! '
H. Murrell of Dallas who la with
the Loni! Star Oa company of
that city. I spending u few dnya
Ed Oiovi'H ha returned home
after vlmtlug Ida imient in (jui-
miiii. T. I.. Arwood wiio has heou ill
witli the flu hu returned to III
work at the Star Drug Store.
Cliarli'i FotreMtur of Oklalioina
City petit Saturday in thl city.
J. F. Murphy of Dalian was a
biiHlneSH vUltOI in llieelcrlilidKr
Friday and Satudlay.
' ' Tlio Iloyal Neighbor will hold
IJ. C. Hitchcock of lwl. Texas. S.rpliniH county coiiimlssloneis thrlr Installation of officer Mon-
i-lieiu r i may umi naiiirnay ai me air planning mr iije esinoiiaiiineui. tiny night ut the hall. This will bi
thi-i yen i of a county poor faun. public affali and supper will bit
served to all the Royal Nelghboi
The Class of I.ovs of the First
linptist Chuieh Im the progrnm
for the Oenuial Assembly Suiuliy
morning at "J: 15.
T P Mel .iiiiii of Thiockinoiton PiogiesMlve Circle
sprnt Satuulay in Min-ki -nulni- on Tin sdav afteinoon at
William Paidur. Ji . i lonfiu-
to hi hid with the flu
f i dull practice. All liii'iiiliri air
iiik 1 t hr plesollt
Tin- Nuith Waid P T. A. will
meet Tuesiiny afteinoon at 3 30.
Thr St Andrews Episcopal Cuild Ihnr will he a holiness session and
will inert Monday at.rinoon at thr a full attrlulaiur is uigemly le
lloiiu- of Mis J K Allison ijiustrd
Louis Daiciies Is up 'tiding
wrrk-riid In Ft. Wtuih with
OI the ihiuc hundred di-linipieni MinkeiiiidKr Mon at their inert- tj
Stephen.! county tux puvmrnti fllrd nK Ulii Fnday pnsrnted Krnist t!
in llm local dlitrli-t couit thr latt.i Maxw. II pi.sidunt duilng the past H
paw of IDL'S. appiiixiliintrly .110'XHl H.: ni.-Uls u lan;r plctuti- ai ll
ii.ii nerii iiiiiicirii meoutim- to ...uu-in . of theli appi i i-l.itlnil for
iiilil IUIII ilM
The Altai Society of the Sacred
Heart Church will irxiime their reg-1
ular nu-rtiiiK Mondiiv afturnoon at
The pupil of MI1 lirnniion will
eiituttaiu the mot hem '
Lrwl Herring ha returned to
thl cUy after sprnding a fuw- iluyi
In Hock Creek with hi parents
Mr. and Mrs J. I.. Herring.
t iiL-uiiri-'i'iii- irriri'
r f&VV - f R"PIw-put )
1 our )mu qisi
our liloml hi
. tp tzi herbal ionic Dr.
iicrcr's Uildcn Meilical Discovery
Vhich has stood the test of sixty years
if approval. The air we breathe
often full of germs if your vitality is
low you are an easy mark for colds or
One who has used the "Discovery
writes thin: . .
North l-iMle Rock Aik -"Dr Plii' Ml-
Iclnn luve Utn a ttndliy in my (unity J ml
...it in mv l-.tht (jmily Whn I fret U-f
tiffd of a Ionic lo Imllil U
. r. r rtnil.l ni -"r ni1 '"' l'v llopson ate
'. M.Jh'liM1 'vtng Sunday to spend a week
vleltlllK 111 San Al'.onto Houston
Miur ncaiiti witn
Mm. D. A. McDonald of West
Wulker Street Is sprnding a few
days In Ft Worth on business.
Mr and Mrs. K. D Davenport
of Ilrownwnod are vlvltlng their
mother. Mm. M M. Davenport.
I.eroy Ivlo of Drsdumona spynt
thr wrrk-enil with friend here.
Jninr P. Straughn pussrd
through hrtr Frldny on his way to
Midland on a hunt.
It. E. Doyle of Dallas transacted
business In this city Friday.
Charles K. Zernial of Desdemona
Is spending some time here with
his family. He was unable to re-
turn to that city on account of the
ray Imlth In
'fBrrnrri 1 llwayi (( wil'Mtluiy kwiiii nuan
4tT ftr rieiff" lioldfn ld.al l)ik.or All
av rthit li nctiiiy to ionline anybody that
r Lit remedy will do ill Hut U cljltwd forh.
I I. to Induce Ihem to r.ue it a fair tiUI"
1 .i i 411 Ark Ae
"t.S.. - l-.V.1K
I IUIU U' W"""
Mrs. Mlttle Freeman Is ill
the flu at her home.
Mr ond Mrs. Marshall Young had
a their guest Frlduy Mr. Charles
Itoeaer of Ft Worth.
Mr and Mrs. O F Hobbint of
Writ Dr. Pierce's Invalid- Hotel' m ? Hnrim- muH .hn.i vi.it ....
in Puffalo N. Y. for fre udwrc UH y. routt. to Mineral Wells
Tom Swaltney of Ft Worth was
a guest in Mreckenridge on his way
David McDonald Is spending the
week-end In Ft. Worth with friends.
Walter Cturibell of Col n ulo wus '
visiting In thla city ?ill.iy ami
Saturday wMh fi.ends
Charles Hltcheocli of Pany spent
Saturday In Breckontidgi' '
Alvin King of Dallas vlsitrd with
friend heir Saturday.
K. A. Silllll of Wichita Falls was
transacting buatnrsa in this nty
Ptillllp Prnger is prndhiK tin-wenk-end
In Ft. Wotth with filrnda.
Fuln Kvddull of Abllonc visited
wKh friend here Fildny.
Dr. W. T. Kdwnrds who lms boon
Dun O. Martin returned home
Saturday from Suttorj county where
he has been on business.
Ilobert Fisher- of Dallas ho Is
with the Bulck Motor company of
Makes Fat People Slim
Nnv York riiy-lclin I'crfrrts Sim-
plr ami Kiisy .Method of
Dr. It. Newinnti a llconsed prac-
ticing physician of 2S0 Fifth Aven-
ue. New Voi It announce that he
im perfected a tiontmunt which
has quickly i Id fat puoplu of excess
weight. What is moio romnrkablr
Is the Doctor's statement that ho
has successfully treated thousands
of patients for fat luductlon with-
out unnecessary change of diet or
burdensome oxerclse. He also says
thnt fat people who suffor fiom
chronic rhcumutlsm gout asthma
and high blood pressure obtain
great relief from the reduction of
their superfluous flosh. The Doctor
has offered to send without charge
to anyone who will write him a
free trial treatment to prove his
claims as well as his "Pay-whon-reduced"
plan. IX you want to rid
yourself of superfluous fat. wrlto
him today addressing Dr U New-
man 280 Fifth Avenue New York
City Dept It (Adv J
r(L5rY J XX A X PP 1
Get More Eggs Now ?
BIG poultrymcn little poultrymcn arc
finding lliat whsn it comes to ecttinc
more eggs ciay in ana clay out you simply
can't beat Purina Poultry Chosvs.
Purina puts into hens the material from
which eggs are made. That's why Purina-
led hens put more eggs in the nest. No
mystery about that.
Change to Purina today. Gather more eggs
while prices are high.
E. L. RUSSELL GRAIN CO.
Pure and Sweet!
From one eml of the. world to another MILK is
still MILK! Every nationality every race of peo-
ple drink it a-plenty. Especially D&A Milk bot-
tled in our spotless sanitary bottles. Filled with
licli i-ream filled with goodness and health.
What physician does not recommend Pure D&A
MILK! It's a body builder: It adds to the years
of your life. It fills you with pep and vi;oi'. It's
the most satisfying Drtnk of all! It's the baby's
favorite food from the minute it enters into this
' " ' iV-B1pJi
DILLINGHAM & ALEXANDER
Ice and Ice Cream Manufacturers
Pasteurized MlUt Dairy Products
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