The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 140, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 16, 1929 Page: 3 of 6
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"I.OM." I.s srjur.CT !' lovely homo wan laviAh.y ilrourut
Ml.lllOlliVI' .M. S. .MONDAY rd wllh blue bonnet anj tall
'I. V men Mlionary Horlfly whit lapr The name' color nrh- i
it 'hi lit-t Mnh.xliit cr.urrh mr " ' ""d " t"w"' liberation.'
M-.r.l iiftrrnuon at 2 30 with p-wl' w'" " " A l color
..i-x.tnatHiy fifty member proicnt ''" cnrtK pngravm! wtth the rev I
r The ti. .mtlfu. fi.w.-r whim alor- ln of th orKitnluittan. nnd Col-
li"! the bamnif tit of th rhurrli onial bouquet na plntc fnvom.
.i muct in KeepinK with tho carried out the Ho. olutionnry lilen
-I Kn.li.l propcAfn on Imv" and M W Morrlnon Knve the
T' irmntihi. I'ower Within Invocation. Followlni; which Amer-
On I'... i. h -Ahi-h n very .it.l r w unB nd the unltit.j to the
jr.. n ti tneini. i i.f irr'e nuinbti "B given .
w Mr I M Hole acting n tonal
'. fiic-tin .....fiei with tin- M.nic Mntr. KraelouMy greeted the
T.. .. l.ifteii M. with Mrc K H rueU The following tonltii wero
-niffm.fi ut the .mn. Mr f K'veti. "Our '.uvftt ' Mm Clarn
)'. .will vm 'he leader Hhe rend " Mawaon: "Our Member." Mm
' s rilii . from the 7th Oorjte T Mpvara Mr. llnmhall i
tr.ui.-.t .f s. i.ke !oi.i Mi. I'atton favored the Ktiegta with a
1'ukvs.II lefir. th. word Ia.
)tt ink n.iii .r it iharaci. n.tio
" ' i.ud l:.iv ne want to he
.! but ft .it willing to f.ne
.. - of it !.... iH.um it. elf out
f-r other im.l mine ha. k ftom
. h.r in aeif f..tKettinK uriititu.le
We low iio.1 foi twit he .loe. for
. in .rui..tti..n to the e.tltnute
w. i.i i. e on it. Milne to ut I'i
ii vni. led . the lender
Mi 1! K l'.ine a..lt-(e. the
.f. I.i in bimKiMK out int.ie.tmK
in. I h.l nil poiiit. in the dl-u. ion
if tin ie.uii
At ttua turn th.- Hoviet iiiik
l.ik. Time It. Wholly'
lb- ..nun.. n. of the we k were-
:iyi i. Mi ' II Kuwnon whie
p.nnii w i.i. . te vers nnirh
..t.. i th. meinbe'i. Mr.
1 . .i. i. i.u.i.e. i iii the Worn
n' .ik m I In i I. uutlful liri. r- Ainaon. u .. . iv .-. v..-
ii.i f. .p. .k f. i itself nally. K U Davla. Clam H. Oaw-
M. Kiiirn-- llmht.iwer I. .1 in "' W Hawkltw S II Iive.
pui.. and .ft. i MnKinK I.m-K J Marlneau. (loorge T. hpenra
I.ivih. the ... .: .:.. loi.ed W H Morrlaon. Paul A Armould.
I..i.ik th. l.u.ine.. ealon the Uernlcst Trnmmell. W. T. .Slrnmona.
(oimiut f..i thr week weie up- " WrlKl Mlwen Clam Spnal.
..nt.i tin the Ite.eption Com- " Sn''. " WwmI. Motlcnn
Y utte. ..re th. foll.mlnR namaa ' "urnutt nnd Horlne M'jrtln. Men-
Mi'd.iii.r K.i.x Hirna J N Olbba. I amea 15 O McClnln. It II Kurr.
I; I. .Jutlin .r..i A I! Downing "orbert Cimnbero'. N?c Ann-
cji. the vMHIr ...miiuttee are Mea- atrong. S 13. Johu.ion. Ida Hell
........ K I. Proper. O M. Jonea. Wood S I. Sterrelt. T.J. Turner.
(i II Il.t.h.K-k and ft I! Lech T. Trout. Hinehrl Patlon. Jop
. . J Caldwell. II W Saylo. V K
I) It. I r.l.l'.IIKATi: I'lltST Veale C K Martin. Jnma J Het-
itntiiiD.w in mci:cui:Mtii)(Ji:rmK. ""' w A uttie
Th. Minn Morton of the Oaugh-
tir- .f the American Involution ClUCI.i: OP IIA1TIST V. .M. t".
rel-t.i.ited their first annlveraary. MKi:T MONDAV
Nuti.rii with a one o'clock lunch
it.n it th
home of Mrs James E
Alii...... .m It. itf. ..I Avenue hon-
rriiiK the. r.uit Mi- ii.org. 1
Hpear. who i- aUo OiKiiuinK ll.-
Kent in. nurata were received by
the hoitew who introduced Mra.
wl .M U.'le. and Mi Kutc Huylu I
Qgaiated in Macing trie sxvs The
ABILENE HOUSEWIFE) ' u
.v GIVES STATEMENT
KM'l'l.lir.l) TWO YKAUS I'KOM
STOMt II A N I) IMIilWTIVl.
TIIOI III. K.s Oil IS A TONK
i ItUIMii Kl'.l.ll.l. I
Nu i xtr.ivnRiint i-lulma are made '
fur tiri;ntiiie the new stomach pre-1
paration now lieinR Introduced i
l.r. I.. i MiMt It will retnre volir
s..t.u. in a perfect state of health
if .uffennR from atonrach. liver or 1
k.liie trouble 11m Is backed Up I
l. t .teinvnt. ..f local peoplo who I
hue ...ed thia tr...t.r.ent ami are
ul in the prai.e. of It Below Is
;10.!iteinenl m.i.ie by Mr 8. M. '
r ...eiel of Uil N Seventeenth. I
Abilene Texa. !
. i i.v- .n in
. ei bud (..d.l...n from stomach
. . .. . i . i- ...... .
n.l d.Kesttve trouble. I-or about n
CM - a . ...... .-... ...
irar everything I ut- -mured and
formed gu I bud piln and rniniM
in mv stonui.h thut would make
in miserable for un hour or iwoi
after every me.il I wu vory till-1
iiuus and dlzz nnd had severe
i ea.laches I whs weak and norvous
Mwid was In a n ne. xl run-down con.
I heard so much about Orga-
t..ne 1 dectd.l t try it and before
I had taken one bottle I felt groat-
1 rellevMl and since I have con-
tinued t take It I feal porfMtly
veil neser felt bettor in my life
My stomach it In fine shape and I
tan eat anything I want and never
suffer with r"i"s and cramps like
I used to Mv dlzxy nnd billions
pvll. are gon and I haven't had!
.1 Headache aince uiKing urgnnme
I m not ner mis as I was and I
liep fine every night Orgatone
i. i good men. Ine and It has cor-
" uni helrHl m. and I know It will
help others who give it a fair trial "
Genuine Orgatone is not a so-
called patent oi secret remedy but
a new -.cleiitife bile priratlon
and is sold In Ilreksnrlilgo by
Buwen Drug Store wbo are tho til-
roil laboratory agents (Adv )
Jnunrthln U.l JM.! Y?6J (t 1R. ?. H BORROWED T J
IftLrto li.rJ GbT H LAWN-fvoWtK.U) V12aV MR COSBY &? SLMSKY
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. n w i f v w m i r i m r r wi r w r r uj -" I m .-i r r. t w I I I v m
MR-COSBY ' c- rtL Z .. - TUVS MOMlrA". rJ - ' ATK W -
jPmgamsL jj Copy'rii'ht. . by Cf'm.u AmUII.. 1 ' ' '"'"K jj " " ' "'' y W
'"' "'' vn'l "olO. "llnv. You
' t Texas It the Spring
She wa aceomnled nt tho pltino
v -r " ' Hterrelt
M the .lone of the luncheon.
Mr Uoli-a Introduced Mri. V. H.
Morrlaon. who In behalf of the
Hna Morton Chapter presented
Mr. fJeor;e T Hpears with nn el-
epcent orKiniMnic regenta bir. which
had been tnnde imperially for her
Mr. rtpear. altho almoat ovr
om' b """prlar. reiKiil(led with
iw Kraclou wortN exprenalnK
hr '"P feelliiR and iipprWintlon
'r l-ty Rift and thought for
whirl) It etood
An elaborate three course lunrh-
eon wai nerved Following In u Hat
t tho iiieiubiTa of the Sllaa Morton
Chapter and tholr Kut'ita on thla
happy occnalon. .Mwdamea Jnmea
i f Mmlu nutiiluir f hrnn t i it Wnill-
... iri .h Kir.i
m church met nt the homo
of Mr( h T w'ooilall. The hosteaa
(.u ijvati.0Inf hy reading the
iMri rhlipU.r of .xtl irowrlM.
m oaborn 1U the flrt Prayer.
.. wn. .Mllv inv"
! tiiimivnni; .wi .. - -- -
nn . hj book ..jow t0 proy WU!)
.(Jd and dlacumd. The clrclo was
of Coffman. and tho hontcs.
Circle number five met at tho
. of M E w IlUMC. Devot-
waH t.a )y . hoMleM After
ft n0l.t huslneas nu-otlriK. mi Intur-
untlnj; Iom.oii wan enjoyed. Two new
membcri were enrolled Dainty re-
freMhment were served to thu fol-
lowing Meadumcs C W. htovall
Mublu IllchnriUon. E. D Marcus U
H IlUtU C E Chlisttll. W. B.
rlffln. J II Hattes H D Kelly
W II Butler and K. rettln.
W. .M. S. DKI.KISATK.S I.WVIl
TUfWIlAY 1'OK CO.N VKNTION
Delegates of the Woman's Mlss-
lonnry Society of the First Metho-
dl.t Church left Tuesday fur Fort
Worth where they will attend the
Central Texr.s Annuul Convention
"'' Wo""' '""LT .-"nu
Mrs John W Maokey represent
cpnrtminl 'Mri. j U
Bancs the Junior Department and
Mrs Herbert Cranberry the Young
Clrcl. orR. of tm. wr. M. S met
Monday afternoon 3 o'clock at thu
ittlitt church with Mrs. J. W.
Dardon. leader of a Bible study
A scrlpturo lesson wns taken from
the 12th chapter of Uomans.
A mission study on "How To
I Pray" will be taken rp In two
weeks. Next Monday will be nn all
day meeting for all the circles.
Those present Mcsdamc.t P H.
Harbor chairman. W' U. Thorton
H M Payne. C J O'Connor. A. P.
Bed wine II A Bosenquest W' E.
Theall. C Flournry. J. W. Darden
and Miss Sophia Itnsenquest.
.MAN TO DEATH
BIBMINCHA.V. April 10. ?'
An unidentified assailant today
hacked Berkeley K. Wharton 30.
tn death with an axe and struck
his wife down after aisaulting her.
The attack occurred as tho cou-
ple lay slrcplng In their home
hero. Whnrton died without re-
dining consclousnoss . Mrs. Whnr-
ton was struck on tho head and
A Venture In Business
Traffic Jam Is Almost
Caused By Extensive !
Auto Shipments '
Striking evidence nf the heavy
demand made annually on the rail-
road by automobile manufacture!
rame to llxht ye.terday with the
announcement of C II Seharff.
general traffic director of Chevro-
let Motor Company that tho com-
pany's freight bill for 1028 repre-
senting Inbound and outbounu shli-
ments for 10 domestic plants to-
talled more than $40000000. This
was an Increase of mare than fit-
000.000 over the 1027 bill
In making the announcement.
Mr Hrharff revealed that the 1028
bill covered the movement of 272-
3 OS carloads of freight totalling 7.-
0tSS.OI7.32l IKiutids. Exclusive of
this ioumlnR Mr Seharff declared
there was nn additional 221.103.127
pounds of loss than carload freight
I.707.7S3 pounds shipped by oxpiess
and 331010 drlveaways
Those figures show the Immense
Increase In the company's business.
Last year tho comnny manufac
tured the unprecedented volume of
1.200.000 automobiles This yuar will
see an output realized of I.3S0.000
Thoiic figures Indicate that the au-
tomobile manufacturers an nmotiK
the railroads bent customers.
Of our total freight shipment for
last yonr 1U.0S7 car loads wero In-
bound nnd 1(11281 outbound. The
outbound shipments Included fin-
ished automobiles and .101801.171
pounds of export traffic.
Mr. Seharff In conclusion compli-
mented the railroads on tholr
splendid coopeiatlon and constantly
Mrs. V. E. Keeter of Cisco
formerly of Bieckenrldge Is In
Mm tin taking tienlmeuts. She Is im-
I B. Bailey of Albany Is In '.his
John Mnrledge. Is hero from Ver-
non. T. L Collum of Cisco Is vlsltlntr
Mrs. C. 1 Thornton Is visiting
here from W'noo.
W. H. Buynolds of Dublin is vis-
O. C. Bunkley la In this city from
Mrs. Paul Pltzor left Tuesday
for Fort Worth with her Mother
Mrs. Moore who Is going to hur
home In LubbocK.
It A. WVIInoker and W. W'oodnrd
of I.ubbuck are visiting here.
II U Tegerstorm left for Noi-
mau Oklahoma wheie he will take
a ruiirm' In meter leading at tin
LAKEWOOD. N. J. April 10.
(Pi--A dozen cameramen pre-
vented tho attendance of John
D. Rockefeller. Sr. at chinch
yesterday. The Ilov. Marshall
Sowell ptstor of tho First Jlup-
tlst Church announced inJig-
ninitly today that ho would ask
for u ji'jIIco doti.ll next wook
to Knop phntogi.ip) ois clear of
tho church pioperty.
Tho cameramen whose num-
bers Included two mounted atop
automobile trucks containing
sound registering apparatus
wore grouped about tho church
stops ami lawn whim Rocke-
feller's automobile arrived. Tho
aged millionaire looked once
from tho window of his limou-
sine rind ordered tho chauffeur
to movo on.
Thoro was a rush for autontn-
biles on the part of tho photo-
graphers ami a half hour's
chase about tho town followed
with Hockcfollor making a vain
attempt to get Into another
Tho pursuit onded at tho
gntoS of tho estate.
TIMS HAS IIAI'IMCNEI)
Mi lil ted I.awrcnce .tenogiapher Hoi old declared "There Isn't any kJiid of man Harold Jud.on will
at the Judso'i Hotel has her fox doubt about that. While there in a ' be "
fur .notched from her In a crowd rhanre that you might never fall! Well why worry?" connle ie-
'luTZrnU.nyon..n to... -After cabbagi .mini.
aki to takt her homo. Not wlsh-l"1
in"' .e. r i ungrateful she Invites
him to dinner
Their evening Is spoiled when
Pamela Judson. daughter of Mil-
fired' etmitnver. iihnneii her tn re.
turn to duty. Stephen escourts her n.Lt0 .lh' l'0"11". " WCT-
to the hotel where Pamela rerog-1 " lint's Just another way for you
nicoa hirn at. the salesman who had ! '" 0"p monry. Mlldied rrled In
;od her n car. She snubs Mildred ' smay. "But I'll bet they let you
ond tries to lure Stephen away Uy
pretending she wants to buy anoth-
er rar front him. Then Pamela
meets Hurk Connor who becomes
Infatuated with her.
Stephen Invites Mildred to tho !
theatte. and when Pamela learns
Ihll thtr ara irtitt .hn fllnlM I l.itt i
.... ... .. nv...h ... ft." .....
to take her hoping to outshine
Mildred wllh her expensive rlothcs. . knoliv Mr- U''1 doesn't per.-r. It ' Now w nroUe turf." Hnr-
aia..i.n Mn(M. in tnt.i ii.ni "roll moan professional gamo-i ... ...i ...... Ui. .
Stephen confides to Mildred that
he Is suspicious of Hurk but she
thinks he is merely jealous of him.
Ilt.ck invites them all to nn after-
theatre party but Mildred refuses
Pamela's brother Harold thinks
Hurk a broker and a lucky gam-
bler so asks him for tips. He pre-
tends to have made money on tho
jxihios through some friends nnd
offers to introduce Harold to thorn.
They let him win at first nnd ha
boasts to Mildred with whom ho
is in love but she warns him
against I luck. She consents to
spend nn evening with htm to pre-
vent him from koIik out with the
NOW (JO ON WITH THE STOIIV
Mildred pretended not to soo
Stephen nnd hurried awny before
he could i each her desk.
She did not want to talk to him.
It wasn't her Job she was worry-
ing about cither. She had made
up hur mtnd to forget him and was
finding It the most difficult thing
thing she's ever undertaken.
She remained out of sight until
he wns gone. Seeing her disappear
In the direction of the side en-
trance he ussumod that she was
leaving for the day He quickly
followed after but Mildred had
disappeared. There was a turn
that hid her front view. Just be-
yond wns u flowei shop. She step-
ped Inside and hid behind a palm
until Stephen had passed on his
way to thu street. Then slut hur-
ried back to meet Harold
"I otoppod to telephone for my
car" ho said. "Do you mind wait-
ing until it Is brought round from
"We could have token the sub-
way" mlldred said thinking that
Stephen might return.
But he didn't and she enjoyed
tho drive uptown. The streets wore
clogged wllh truffle and the nlr
was hoavy with gasoline fumus
but Mildred did not mind' tho In-
convenience. Tho air In the sub-
way during tho rush hour certain-
ly was Iosh pleasant than gasoline
fumoa she thought and she was
not In a huriy.
She didn't care whnt her moth-
er had to offer Harold for dinner
either. It might bo corned beef
and cabbage or It might bo stewed
mutton with turnips. All she
cared about was getting him away
from the Influences that kept him
at gambling and drinking. And a
good wholesome meal wouldn't do
him any hmm she concluded.
"Don't you get tired of being a
wage slave?" Harold asked her un-
expectedly. "I got so sick of It somotlmos I
could scream" Mildred answered
"Well you don't hnvo to do It
you know. You can mnrry me."
"That's sweet of you Harold"
Mildred smiled at him "but you
soo I'm going to fall In lovo some
day. And mother says I always
take nvuiy thing so hard. When I
had tho moaslos . . ."
"But marriage with me would
Inoculate you against falling In
lovo with anyone else" Haiotd In-
terrupted. "You wouldn't lot your-
self. You're too square."
"But suppose I couldn't help my-
self?" Mildred countered. "I don't
bollcve peoplo want to full In lovo.
It Isn't comfortable."
"What? How do you know?"
"Well you hear about broken
honrts and ruined lives nnd other
things that lovo Is responsible for."
Mlldied hastened to explain. "May-
be I wouldn't brouk your heart or
ruin your t If I wore married to
you and I fell in lovo with another
man but how about my own hoait
and my own life? I have to think
"If I don't get you I'll linvo a
RUTH DEWEY GROVES ilS
bioken heart and a mined life"
lovp wHn anyone else are y.m.
'''""!'" nL nuuu.u- .
..ii.ureu ciuuiguu nit- suujci
quickly. Tried to get him to tell
her about lluck. Klnnlly Harold
confided that Hurk had Introduced
win today didn't they?
"I think 1 ounie out about even"
Harold answered growing n little
"But you said you'd be. n wln-
i . .. -.. ... .. i .
"'"' ""e "-minuet mm.
""" wp llny n ' nocpr "P
In Mr. Connor's rooml
ling." Harold amplified. "This was
only n friendly nffnlr . . . and we
were In my room" he lied afraid
that ho had said too much.
"I don't like It." Mlldied said;
"there's something wrong about
Hurk Connor. I wish you wouldn't
have anything to do with him.
"Look here" Harold answered
Impatiently; "I get enough preach-
ing from Pamela nnd dnd when
he's at home Bo a good fellow.
Mildred and drop It."
"All right." she sighed. "You'd
better turn here and get off of
Broadway; ihore's less trntflc."
She was unusually silent nftor
thot until they reached her flat.
Even her mother's evident sur-
prise at seeing Harold with her
brought only a word or two A ex-
planation. Connie covered her stienco wnn
thought the younger slater n fresh
kid and tied na little to say to her
as iMMslble. It made him feer lm
measurably more manly to be In
tetested in a girl like Mildred.
t r i . ..i .. . i ..n . tn it 1 I'll T .n m
...i.i -.i ... fii.i i it ti
"i"l"i .-.: . ; :
Kiicnen; ineie mn i u
blerloth ready to use.
in the laundiy."
"Never mind." Mildred soothed
her. "We'll do without u cloth."
Mrs. Uiwience wns horrified.
"Eat on the bare table?" she al-
most screeched. "When we've got
Mildred laughed. "Wait n min-
ute" she said. "Whero are the
She'd Just thought of somo bluo
linen sho'd bought at an early fall
sale and put away for tho coming
summer. It would make a runner
and at least four napkins. And It
would tuko but a minute to frlngo
When the table was sot with the
blue cloth und n brass bowl of fruit
In tho center and four small brass
candlesticks with yellow candles. It
made a very attractive picture.
True the bowl had come from a
Junk doalor and the candlesticks
wore seconds from a department i
store basement but their defects
weio hardly noticeable. I
Once when Mlldred openet the
door from the kitchen und let In a
whiff of their rooking dlnn.-i.
Connie Jumped up and stormed
out Into the domain that saw little
of hei to present.
"Do we huve to hove cabbage'"'
she cried In exsuipeiatlon "I can't
stand It"' She went ovi t to the
stove nnd lifted the lid from a
steaming pot. "Pig knuckles!" her
voice was filled with horror.
Shu waited in tho kitchen until
Mildred enmo In. "Surely you
aren't going to food Harold Judson
pig knucklos" eho exclaimed ferv-
ontly. "Why not?" Mlldrod answered i
Connlo wallod. "Woll If you t
don't enro anything about him you j
might think of mo. I wouldn't I
have the slightest objection to bo-1
lug Mis.lnrnld Judson but I cor-
tulnly couldn't put romnntir
thoughts Into a fellow's houd when
his stomach Is filled with pig
Kortunatoly hor mothor was In
tho dining mom at tho moment
olso Connlo might have got a broom
whero brooms wore not primarily
Intended to be used.
Mlldrod looked ut hor soberly
"Ho Isn't good enough for you
Connie dour" sno suid quietly.
"He's a nlco boy but he's a
weakling. He couldn't keep a
girl like you out of trouble"
"Thanks" Connie answeied sur-
critically. "I'll keep myself out of j
"You'd probably muko u lot of
foolinh mistakes married to the
Ard luter whin Harold left 111.
pli.t .u ..culli untouched she
irlt e. In her conclusions.
!t wasn't however illstaste fo.
th" food that spoiled their gue't'
ap.ictitc. He wasn't iiuugty. M..
dr.d undet.itood and stopped her
mother fiom urging him to eat. but
she did not protest when a thlt.l
cup of coffee was urgde upon Unt-
old and ho did not decline.
Connli stayed to entertain Hai-
ui.i wiiuv .i.iiuruu iicipeu ner u.oin-ii
er with tho dlahM. Then she re-'
ll.fit nrtl 1. ttfitMt nft lr (hn lailnA ' I
she was attending with some '
old laughed and settled himself
down In the one big chair for a
comfortable ..moke. "Maybe j you
ran find a station that's pluylng
'Hearts nnd Flowers'.' he added us
Mildred wont to the radio. It was
n small set and the loud sneaker
was not loud at all It was a veiyj
low sponitei-. and n tinny one nt
that lint Mildred made no apolo-
gies for It.
"You know this Isn't so bad"
Harold said after a while "but I
wouldn't do it for any other girl
In the world. Come on. let's go
to a club and dunce."
Mlldred shook her head. "I'll
show you the family album." she
said with a seriousness that de-
ceived Harold. He pretended to
"Tench you red dog" he sug-
gested when he "enmo to."
"What Is that?" Mildred asked
suspiciously. Harold tarted to
u """!.. .11 i.-.. U..I It ....... .......t ..
"'" "'" " ri " " " I
i mi i. as iv unu .! .. -i-.s.
Hello this Is Stephen"
Her heart missed u beat
"Isn't Hint you. Miss Iiwience?"
he asked doubtfully an Mlldied re-
iirni. nuv n.i. i.k-m. .........-
anl.l ll..n .t.Mt.i.n.
01ii( j foiul you m Hpn
i.i ....? ul .. m ... 1... illufl.iiirn.t
hi. l.l. retiming it. in- ... n ..
"How about my hopping a train
and coming up to see you?"
(T BT CONTINUED!
YOUR DIAMOND HKSET
WHILE YOU WAIT
Just Installed Cumplutu
The House of Quality
Phone 11 For That
Good D. & A.
Dillingham & Alexander
W. II. DYEU & SON
l.oulc for Dyer's Tevus Cowboy
Day und Night Sonic
HALL TIRE CO.
t'LL TiET OUR - L
Y CA.Ni PAOS
T OF Fo
-Vi a rsinAc:
ii i v t i ---
.r 'I II to.o u mn mi lil
WIJm m mi risGut... ot'ii .'
jUl '"" MMT VtsDuRt Jiff
iNKW YORK. April 10 P Hen-
ry Collm Campbell confessed torch
slayer of Mrs. Mildred Mowry his
bigamist wife nt Ctanford J .1
wo tentatively lilentlfied fiom pho-
tographs nt New York police heod-
quertei!. todny by Mrs. Holla Mudd
as the "Frank Howard'' who kid-
naped hei ten year old daughter.
lfice on June 3. 1928
-I have lioiijilit buck mv old Produce business from
Kelly and Coffee and will be pleased to serve my old
customers as well as new ones.
Am carry injr a complete line of fresh Fruits ami
Vegetables. The .-nine Service nnd the same Low"
22.-1 East Walker St.
"Where Everybody Trades"
Now is the time
to fix up your
Model t Ford
Hli;ilT now after winter lny-up.4 and winter driving is
Hie lime to pi orr vonr Mo'del T and find out jut what
il needs in thrum of replacement part and adjustment-.
For a yry small eoM. jott may he able to protect and
init'nlain jour imexlmenl in the ear anil gel thmixmuU
of miles of additional mtvht.
To help you H the fullest use from your ear. the
Kurd Motor Company is still devoting a considerable
section of its plants to the manufacture of Model T parts
mid will continue to do so as long as they are m-.-ded
by Kord owners.
These parts are quickly uvailablo through Turd deal-
ers in every section of the country. Note the low priced
In the partial list given below:
Piston and pin --......
Cnnni-ctlni; rod .......
('.jllniltT head ..........
V. Under -.......
Time crnr ---........
Time eenr em or -.......
Mnxnclo roll n-emli!y -.....
I l vtlieel -.......
Traii-mis-ion eeur rluifl .......
TriinomUiIon em it .........
Olutrli ie.lnl ..........
Steering jrear iiemlil (IeH ieel and lirsrki-t)
Starter ilrio ..........
Vaporizer a emlily (with fluiiif;)
Hear axle iafl ........
IMITerential drive (te.ir ........
I uher-ul joint a--.inlily ........
Drive .-lull I pinion .........
I-rout ule ...........
Spindle eoiiiierliiie; roil ........
1-runt r.nlliiH ntd .........
Hear spring ..........
Kuiliuliir les llell (1917-23)
ltaillutnr lc idicll (yi.'.27)
I IimmI (1926-27) Mark
(Jn-oline tank ----.....
Front fender". (1917.192.") each ......
Front fenders (I92o-I927) earl
Hear fender. (1922-192.-.) ea.li
Hear fonder (1926-1927) each
ItiniiiiiiK hoard ..........
Horn (linllerj lpc) .........
Headlamp ii.emiil (1915-26) pair
Touring enr lop (1915.25) rompleti
TonriiiK rar top ((1926-27) complete Include. riirtalns
and rnrlnin roils .........
These prices are for parts only hut the charge for
labor is equally low. It is billed at a Hat rate so vou may
know in advance what the job ill cost.
Ford Motor Company
207 W. Williams St.
MOIIMM oin ut
R. C. A. Radio and
i Victor Combination
will lit) ono or tlm Specials In
Sale nt only
Watch For It.
Texas Music Co.
Now Locution 117 N. Uroclc. Ave.
"Around lly tho Tost Offlco"
( O.MMITTEK CHOSEN.
JJEAUMONT. Texas. April 10. P
Select Ion of a nominating commit-
toe was the first act of tho'Annuol
("invention of the Texns Stute
Dental Society hero today.
True benuty U not In regulurlt
of feature but In the lrtiir and
glow of a perfect complexion. Use
Lady Margaret creiuim und lo-
tions. Sold by Hood Drug Store.
in Kord Products
kg.'1! jt 3 B-
gawy -T;wi.' v-i
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Adair, A. Garland. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 140, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 16, 1929, newspaper, April 16, 1929; Breckenridge, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth70114/m1/3/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.