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Breckenridge Weekly Democrat
UKLI'KLMUIM.K WEEKLY DEMOCRAT TIH ilDAY DEC. 21 111.31
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i ! t . the state at The highway committee of the
iiij f t ni ii h Ibjmi i t' ninibi-r of Commerce wm ehod-
l linn n on the uled to tin et at I o'olock this af-
iie other mem tetnMn to d. acuta plana for fight-
t ii he iiw.ikened irtir the proposed construction of
-. .' the prnedent Hlfhwuy M from Weatherford to
vtSiild eit ibluth 1 H.tngei Movntain.
The meet ng was caHtd by John
' 'le preMnt Z. Mart n. necrtrtary. follotvng n
' highway torn-1 visit hare today by John Chamber-
. to. popular wrthjlin and Judge Itouklln of the Mln-
r..- Kndeiivorlng tojeraJ Wilki Chamber of Conimercn.
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t a pt je t an unjuntifiabi
prop . .1 HiKhwuv WOtlld I
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l- lar fator Mil over the state
I.u..ling nt t nnendou cost
ti k' vfn crtH- ; jIUling am
i i n one e- nu iio nrw town
and no iv teiitr of any cone-' TLI.HA f)kl.i. Occ 23 (UP
.u. nee and th.i th ..it kir il aid Hob Kennetly and thiny negroes
oil.l be i untei t.iM an Indira- were arrested tislay when forty
i .f the po in f uch a I federal proMbition agents raided
luge furpltM f fund as i i ncore of alleged bootlegging ami
c i .'. wti.kl. ixpenditure gambling pUcee In the negm quar-
NI lagteUt.. . wood f nd in it The officer waa charged with
i -troi j. e nt fo the lnri-. i orMplracy to violate the federal
il icti n nJ .i'ir . f hill to divert I li.uor lawa and waa held In Jail
1 .it of the i(i. line t i tor a va I The raid climaxed a four months
it' of otv-r pinpiMi Then In vest igai Ion by federal undercov-
v. . ild com- -'...nu xrntiment for er agentj InvestHjatora Ald they
'in ek.tive fointiiiw on not an ap-' hal evidence that would charge
th. n' ir on. ! ' i I this new o Kennedy received $1000 a month
the xtat' i 1 we think the I in
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i -mi rupee ii itr wnle ami jtial
ii t im Ini nn;. .1 fir by tste
ft ala be t le uppo nted or r.ect-
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fort b the
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fiin.d and mole perpetual Fll
in- tich ii ' iKu nat the MM .
Khwiy conui. on would not ha.
. thfir Ilk tik " true ftut it!
w uld erve t . let the peoj.'e of
Texaa know that toe h.ghway e rn
ii iMn in ' f fo ' to est dish '
new nunodx o' ru i.l eonatruet on
liol tun afoii of the rouita '
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highw i A irt:l r ol A I
OH '' ' expenlifire of mill' n of
-J .ars Can t.ie atate h xhw.iy
commission el ind the probe of pun
lie opinion He bsdleva it mini '
And if it cannot then the hucv in
w II no' be co.i-ttucted
A ItKACII AfiHKKMKNT j
n HI.E Swlteilin.l De." 23 HJ P '
Dr Carl Melrh.ur of On many1
announced f'i. i illy t .day that
full ajjreeiri'n' h ul heen ieaihe.1
n the ogr. . . nt . f the ..1 i uy
. mmitteo ' i I mj flerni in . i
jiacity to p. j t p .i ii. !-.
NECK INJU R Y
$8000 Asked By Minor
Hurt While Working With
Gulf Pipe Line
Suit for tAOOO damages has bcn
filed in district ourt by James
l M'iren a minor nominal the I
Gulf -mualty Company of Hous-
ton Thr youth teing a minor In '
iinic by hia next friend Mrs
N m Mrn In Making to net I
.1 .. thr award nf thsj Industrial
. i !' nt rrd. the youth links
. miN-nn.it ion for 101 week at $20 I
i week for nn Injury Allegedly re- '
i.l while in the employ rf the '
' . iif Pipe l.me Company In 'hi
Mr alleges in the original pen- I
' i n filed Wednesday that on May '
II ll3t while tearing down a
t ink f-r the company it sliver of l
steel from a hammer penetrated
1ns neck. An operation was
csiary. he alleges. It also
leged that partlul pamlyxhi devel-
oped follemrng the injury
i He ask payment of damages In
lump mm allowing the usual six
i per cent discount for aueh pay-
ment BANDITS ESCAPE
AFTER TOM BALL
BANK IS LOOTED
HOf.sro.V. He. 23. iUR Two
banditn fnrceit tw employe of
the Guaranty Itond State Hank
at Tom Ball twenty-flvo miles
north went of lure to lie down on
the floor about 1139 n .m. today
and escaped with about J5.CX).
A. (t. Keefer. the oaslilcr told
tf fleers the two man entered the
j fwn pUtota 8wm
c ! who came In during the
holdup were herded inU a back
room of .. t-n
K"fr "ud man on the strcet
low ntm he had en a large nu-
..tftwhlta drlva tiwav shortlv after
u holdup He wild a negro was
driving the car but the bandits
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TO MEET TODAY
TO PROBE ROAD
II II A kk K
WUUil V JmJI
HELD IN RAID
Amttctn Can 01 3-1
Am P A; I. II
Am Smelt 10 1-1
Am TAT 110
A burn Auto 131 1-1
AvUt'on Corp Del 2 38
Hth Steel I& 3-1
Byers A M 12 1-2
fstvtd Dry 11
t'aae J I 10 1-1
t'urtlee Wright 1 M
i:iect Au I. 20 1-2
EUr St list 26 1-2
Fonte Wheel 0
I ox Film 3 H
'en F.lec 21 11
.et. Mot 22 3-i
;i e-fe H It U 3-3
Goodyear II 7-3
I Count on O.I 17 1-1
Int Cement 17 l'-l
Int Harveetei 23 7-8
Ji.hn Manvitle 17 1-2
Kngei i & H 13 3 I
I .i1 c nb 11 3-1
M .m U in I 7 I I
For Car Finds
An Extra Auto
Mierlff 1. W. Morrow and
deputies Tuesday night rccot-
rreil nn iiiitomolillr stolen from
it Itrrckrnrldcp ninn iind hate
nn eitrit one I-sI-h.
Kiillottlnif it tip Shn Iff Mor-
row went to it ixinturr fourtrrit
Hillen Murtliemt of llrpki'nrld;i
it hern it Ford coupe slidn
Minilii night frnm flrr .1.
lU-lschinun lnlit li:iUrr ottni'r
A Nunh M-dnn iiImi mjh re-
cot errd and hroiuht to Itrcck-
enrldse. I.lrrn. plutes on tho
N.uh uere Umrd by Youni;
Counl) officials. Another set
found In the enr hntteter uui
liml In I.liin-itiinc (.tunl.
According to .Sheriff Morrow
the cir thleten esi-upcd. Al-
though tliej were not seen by
the officers thej ttere ncitr the
cars tthen the officers drote
to the scene.
A bucket Into which gnwlinr
wits lielup xlphonrd fnun the
tank of the Nash automobile
wus filling; rapldl) when the of-
flciTs rei-otered the rjirs.
Rum Runners and Customs
Officers Clash Near
HI PASO. Dee. 23. iu.R) An un-
Identlfleil Mexican won nhot and
kllllwl by mounted customs of-
ficers in a bun battle with rum
nners near Sonellxarlo last night. I
The officers opened frc when I
three men rVv leu...! h. . I...... '
started to walle the Itlo Grande.
The smugglers returneil to the
fire. The patrolmen took to cov-
er and engaged 'In a fifteen mlnuto
battle with tho trio.
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After one of their number felt
mortnlly wounded tho other two
smugglers waded back to the Mex-
ican side while sevarnl snipers
covered their retreat. About sixty
shots were exchanged before the
snipers withdrew and allowed pa-
trolmen to recover the victim's
body from the water.
For 28 Years
NEW HBDI'OHD. Masa. Dec 23
U'lh Chnrlo.1 Sumnof Ashley on
Jan. 1 begins his 28lh year an
Mayor of Now IleUford.
He is now serving his 26th trm
and In expectetl to be a candidate
for another term In Dec. 10.11 de-
spite the fact that he Is 73.
Ashley tall d.gnlfled and an Im-
maeulatn droster ti a mt.ve uf
thkj textile e'ty whoso chief exec-
utive he has been on and off since
After first bring elected mayor
m 18!K. Auhloy held office until
1801 when he resigned to become
postmaster Two years later he left
the potmaterVi ohalr for the may- .
In 160A he retirotl was reelected
In 1010 waa defentod in 101 1 and I
i:n in 1015 held offleo from
1016 to 1020 and refused to run
Nineteen twenty-aix found Ash-
ley ne-r death In a Ttoston hospi-
tal. Friends started a sticker cam-
paign in his belKilf. He wa elect-
ed mayor by an overwhelming mnr-
gln Iteat irel to health he wna re-
elected in 1038 and again In 1013.
In 1018 the city's business men
presented him with $12317 In
prec otlon of his aervlces
Nat Dory 22 1-2
Pant Publlx 6 6-8
Phillips P I 1-2
Palrlc O & 1 4 3-4
Pure Oil 3 7-8
Purity Hak 11 1-1
Sears Roebuck K .Vfl
Shell Union Oil 3 1-fl
Southern Paclflo 29 5-8
Stan Oil N J 26 3-1
Studeboker 11 1-2
Texas Corp 11 13
Texas Gulf Su 2 15
Tex Pnc C 0 2 M
Und Elliott U
U S Gypsum 18
U H Ind Alo 28 5-8
V S Steel 37 3-1
Vanadium 12' 1-2
Wetting Eleo 26 1-S
Cities Service 3 1-2
Ford M Ltd I 5-8
Gulf Oil Pa 27 1-2
Humblo Oil 15 3-1
Nlag Hud Pwr 6 1-8
Wan Oil Inil 1118
Two Arrests Made
As Officers Hunt
For Girl's Slayer
(INCINXA'II. Doc. 23. (IT) A fnr t'lum? si-arrh i to
.'ur (juartei of the cit fulloued tnd.iv thn disrnvfi' nf
.lie Ijntly nf Miriam McLean (5 who wa.- kidiiappod inl
ntmlcred a she joyously awaited Sant.t Claus.
The search coordinating resource. of police and fire di-
pnrtiuenU yiolde! two arrests of suspects who weiv U -lioned.
One of the mmprvt waa a. try--
two year old hermit who lived In
a shack in the neighborhood. In
hia hut police found A bucket
partly filled with red colored wri-
ter. The autpect admitted police
nld. he had been mopplnfr the
floor with the wator.
City chmita wrc to make an
analyst of the water today In an
emleavur to ascertain (f the col-
oring wna Mood.
The child' body wag found In
Uie cellar of the 'anctnent houic
yesterday morning five days aft-
er she disappeared In cranpany
with a "dark looking" stranger
hor miapecteit munlerer. Khc had
I beon criminally attacked.
One niPBrc clue police hold wni
a knife found plunged Into tho
aoft dirt of the cellar floor nonr
the boily The knlfo contained no
blood jtalna and its presence o-
lico felt wnn
cmdc rue de
signed t crcen the actual cnuc
JEW SOUGHT IN
OMAHA. Neb. Dec 2.1. (U.P.)-A
oung Jowlith man who had paid
ftttnnelAM Ia n dlannniin nVi n I e IUa
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clan was hunted tftlny for cu-
rieslcning In connection with the
murder of Lapldu.
Police sold that a stenographer
In the office of tho fixture and
i supply company of which LaplduH
'...'' . u. f . .. 'u.f
w um iitto nun ii.iuitnwu iiivtii fcio.h
tho young Jew who had bean
courting hor had thrcntoncd yes-
terday to kill hor employer.
The new development brought n
suddon reversal 1n the earlier po-
lieu theory that political enemies
angered by Ie'iplduV fight against
vlco ami crime had engineered the
Lapidu wa i slain last midnight
an he nat nt the wheel of his au-
tomobile. Three nhots struck him
In the head.
nnrfl trsff S n minrirtlJ
GET XMAS CHEER "
23 IU.P.J Two '
negroes entered tho room of W.
H. Smith oftfo owner here early
today and farced Smith and his
wife to stand In a corner as thoy
cut the tolophono wlrm and looted
the room of $200 worth of Chrlat-
maH prosonts anil Jowolry.
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Fat On r
MUKDEN. Dec. 2.1. IU.P Chlncao
official undur Japanoio pmtec-
Uon have dlscovoretl for the first
time the amazing extent of tho pro-
fits reaped by Manchurian mllUmy
govornora during the past few-
years. Private accounts in Chlncso
hanks which vero examined by
Japanese are alleged to show pro-
fits for two Chang fathor and
ap-'son and their favorites of somo
thing I'ko $500000000 (silver)
Coining from Janonrne (sources
such estimates inisn be taken with
reserve but Independent foreign ob
servers agree that the f.gureti can
not he fnr wrong.
For 10 years tho two Changs ami
thoir ratellitta have had control of
the revenues of Manchuria morn
constant and abundant than of my
other section of China. Durln-'
that time they have never had to
account for recoipt or expendi-
tures. And the two Chang held
the traditional Chinese Idea fist
an official's first duty Is to enrich
hlniKOlf hia family and hia friends
Since the Janapese occupied
Mukden In September they have
carefully studied all sources of rtv-
eme. Probably thoy know more
about thorn today than the two
Changs over did.
An Investigation of the salt
monopoly for example has shown
that salt was sold for 16 time
what It cost to produce. A small
patt of the profits went to the
central government In recent years
to repay fore'gn loans but moat
of It stayed In Manchuria to en-
r'ch officials At least half these
huge revenues are alleged to have
gone Into individual Chinese ec
t I T THimn ATI
RILEY GIRL "
Fine Also Imposed by Judge
For Cruelty To
WASHINGTON. Doc. .3 I V
The father and stepmother f
Edith Riley tho thirteen year oia
girl who llvod for four years a
virtual prisoner In a small clout
were sentenced today to i.crv
two yonrs In Jail.
Harry H. P.lley nml his wife
Elsie aluo wore fined $250 each
by Justice Lcppej In the District
of Columbia supremo court.
The iuleys were
week en a charge
the child. Tho maximum penalties j
Justice Lepps In finding thej
couplo guilty said it was almost
unbelievable that such treatment
had been accorded a human be-'
Ing In a modorn city Testimony
in a two days trial placed Edith's
mental age at four years. Wlt-
noMcs said Wic had been fed on
discarded scraps of food while be-
ing confined In an unllghled
poorly ventilated cupboard.
In Song War
I1ERLIN Dec. 23. (U.P Economy
measures which led tho stato I
broadcasting monopoly to matte
unusual use of phonograph rec-
ords to fill In programs has
brcught a dispute between the
monopoly and the Federation of
Phonograph Record Producers
ending In an ultimatum from the
producers forbidding futther
broadcast of records.
Tho ultimatum causod a small
panic In tho broiulonstlng field. '
While the German stations have '
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n"" uiiii;fi icaa umu mo ricni'ii
in otho n 10 Pll
1 offering dally a. series of gcod
concerts and dnnco muwic without
advertising Intorruptlons curtain
IKirnsja ui ine nay cinuiiy in ine
morning wora filled In with rec-
Tho producers objected on tho
grounds that the rudlo "plugged"
cortaln song hits ton strongly ;
touching thorn to tho public too
soon to that wiles fell off.
Decreased sulos in turn decreas-
ed the production and the broad-
casting stations having n small-
er selection naturally ovoremph.i-
sUod tho few song hits available
at tho general oxpenso of the pro-
ducers. Negotiations for nn agree-
ment have been bogun by the
MORRIS. Okie).. Dec. 32. IUR
Two iKintliU. one of whom was
armed with a submachine gvn
looted the Marr.s State bank this
nftornoon. They escaped In an au-i
tomoblle with an undetermined.
amount of cash.
largest High School Student
GREAT REND. Kans.. Doc. 23.
U.P. A 17-year-old boy Leslie
Hormes Is boltevod to be tho
tallest high school student in the
Unltod States. Ho stands fl feet.
0 inchos high weighs 155 pound
and wears a sUe 1 shoe. Ho Is
GltAMM'ATIII'It AT 38
SOUTHimroGK. Mass. Doc.
U.R At the ago of 38. Wilfred
Boucher chain store clerk Is a
grandfather Hid daughter Lil-
lian recently guve birth to an
11 1-2 ncund baby girl.
NO IWI'KIt THIJItSDAY.
In keeping with a policy of
several years there will not be
an edition of Tho American
Thursilay. Instead a Christmas
edition will bo Issued Friday
This Is done to enable employ-
ers of tho newspaper to hate an
entire day off Clillstmas.
'A Loaf of Bread a Jut? of Wine and How!
ejfflK PWfy ' 3MjJiJ$&ij x Bsav sC' wal
i if i ' ' f . ii'i.. i fimoiiM ' Uu-
1 t ' i I - i I it w m a brttle
of bt i i t . . i i In l.. n inm.le haves cf
lire ul r.i.i. i i . H.te P. itrnaeter
Thou i M. . . i i i ui . i.. ' ia which furalsli-
eil the tijioif to Mi. .n'ne ill lopm. n'
Caddo Driller Charged Willi
Perjury A Iter Tesliniony In
Cox Fraud Iiearinir Is Given
Ham Lard and
Ford Taken By
If one hears cll halt in-
plojcs hlnuitlni; "ham and"
during the da one slmuld pay
no nlteiitlnii to It.
I'or ( hlrf of I'olUv John Kil-
'e bears Hit; roptuislhillt.
The "ham and" Is In his pis-
pesslon although It happ ns to
Im ham and lard mid li I'ord
roadster that has seen Ir (Lsr
Night JMitriiluifii of (he city
ami county gate cbas to an
uulomolrie containing two men
Lite Wednesday nlghl. On- of
the men In the car left Ills
'ompunloii homing the Uim
mil ileparlid frnm the midot of
The nlher. ti. finally descri-
ed not only the ham hut (la
lard and roadster as well.
Although M'veral shots wen
fired at them they i sniped In
r'oiir frush sugar cured hams
flte one gallon Imclu'ls of lard
and the I'ord were in pusses-
slon of the clly officers ttitlay.
fftNRTI T II T I fl Ml tor mere than 77 barrel n day
"Ui'iJii u u ' one of them declaring he sn.w It
"go over the top" from half a
ATLANTA Dec. 23. U.R Suit m"8r3or ydc read h tela-
for 9300.000 damages charging li- gram from E. S J Cax alleged
bel was brought today by Bishop f head of Univtril and twice con-
Jamea Ctnnon Jr. of the Mcth -
. . t ..
mlkit Episcopal Church ulh
against tho Atlanta Constitution.
The action allege editorials pub-
lihet In the paper during fun-
non's attendance at the wot Id
Methodist conference here In Oc-'
loDer erL' 'amaiory.
The editorial complained of by
Hlshop Cannon illscu. d his al- The Stephens County Public I.i-
leged failure to account for funds ' brary will be clewed Friday It was
expended dutlng the 1938 prrslden- announced this morning by Miss
tlal campaign. Pansy Robeson librarian.
Flic Flying Bui-karoo" Miniature
Plane Constructed by Earl Akin
Successful In Initial Test Hop
"The Flying Buckaroo' wmt in-
to the clouds for the fir.it tun-
F Wednesday afternoon and En I
Akin who constructed the minia-
ture all-wing type plane brought It
to a porfeet landing.
Akin made two flights with .re
all-steel plane. weighing -150
pounds. The first time he reached
an altitude of 1200 feet and a speed
of approximately sixty m'.lrs an
hour. He fb w over the buslr.9-
He took the crjft aloft i second
i time dur ng the afternoon fm the
I benefit of spectat rs at the mun c
I I pal Httpoit
OKLAHOMA CITY. Dec. 23. A
perjury charge was placed Tues-
day in Uie record of the trial of
eight persons alleged to have been
Involved In swindling stockholders
that inveated in the Universal Oil
and Gas Company.
Ben Hicks defense wltms wh
giive his home as Caddo Tweas
was charged by Herbert K. Hydo
district attorney. Hicks had been
subpoenaed first ns a government
witnuMi but was dismissed last
week. Then ho ngreod to appear
.in a defense witness.
Hyde said he brought Hicks an
itinriant driller to Oklahoma C.ty
to tistify about the (.Juincy Cor-
bott oil well In Stephens county.
Texas which I'nlvc-rsat officials
contended was a good producer
l-itet the witness was dismissed
Hyde told the ourt when he dls-
cveied him under the Influence
of Il'iuor in (he halls of the fed-
cial bulldiig mingling with defense
Hicks testified today he was on
duty at the well when it becsme
a producer. Hyde claimed Hicks
ut flrat was to testify the well
never bec.une productive.
Under crcis-extmlnation the
dr Her testifiod he "wn not pahi a
cent" for .appearing ns a defense
witness. Hn admitted he had "had
a drink" ivhi'e waiting in the
hall i of the building.
The government's contention that
the Qulncy Corbott welt waa vir-
tually unproductivo drew fire from
net eial defense witnesses. Three
l.lts Inallflo.l thn li.Alt wn.tn..l
1 vcteJ Ior ma" 'rlK m "" "ir-"
I motions d-itad January 27 1030
toUng th we w prjaucing 200
barreU dally and was gocrt for
.fVie to 50 millions.' Defense wit-
nes.ies had admitted the well made
. riow after Janutrv 20.
LlltltA UY CI.OsJIW
FOUR BODIES IN
VATICAN CITY Dec 2.1 UP'
The bodies of an aitis' and 'hree
workmen have been recovered and
one mlsilng workman was believ-
ed to have been killed In ruins
of the Vatican library right win
in which is the private office jf
Pope Plus XI.
The loof and two floors of the
.. iru uiiiMid :.i' jcjterdny.
Secretary Takes Stand Hoo-
ver Action Not Differ-
ent Frc-m Others
UAHIN'rnoN Dec x.
Sr ic'aty nf State SMmaor
i fcn.ri Uie conatltutl
Pre-idenf Hoover's r.i
' 'Hum from att .. '
luring debate in 'i. i
In a formal nt r m. r
cd out that the pt i
the const. tut Ion w i
Initiite treaties and . n-
f .reign government
Stunson contended tlir
dent octlrn In timr.
moratorium did n t I f t
that taken by president i
nating treaties of any .n
WASHINGTON De j .
The $252000000 Hoocr u .
and reptratlons mor itonu n
! formally In effect today wit' i
.vitTlb tlllll inlllt-Ullfltl III l
igress . The voto In th" .. t..it. .
60 to 12.
The clerk of tho emt.. t .1
sent the formal copy of tin .
lution passed by the hou-. .i..
senate approving the nimn inuu
to the president for his signal -i
The senate completeii i i ir i
tlon late last night fti m in
grj clevon hour session. S.tiii.u
then voted themselves and tlm
houso of representatives a Ohn .-
mas holiday until Janu.iy I.
Penalty And Interest On
Delinquent Taxes May
AUSTIN Die 2.1 LP The
supreme court tod ly held vii
tax rollef act of the spe-
slon of the leglslatuie
penalty and interest o .
taxes paid by Jtnu .
The act ruled up.. i
court was pussed n
cial sesdicn of the 1. .
clflcally It teleases all i '
penalties on all ta
those of incoipor itesl c.
towns ptovided that the
paid by January 31. 1032
FROM LIAO AREA
-MUKDEN Pec. 2.1. U.R) J.
noso headquarters announced
day Its intention of clearin
Chinese Irregular to the w
tho Lino River.
Tho announcement wtu
ponied by a warning thn
party attempts ti i b
anti-bandit campaign v.
nbaolutoly no hesitati' .
County Man Is
T. C Hairls 70-year-o!d f
ens County rest lent was at
ty today under $500 bond
Ing his arrest Tiiexliy a1
by members of the en
According to ocuni
gallons of whiukr
a car allegedly dnvr
Ho wns charijul w
tatinn of Intoxicant it
tlce rf the Peace J. W. Casti
man s court.
1 4 pw(r
! vu fv s2
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Campbell, Robert C. Breckenridge Weekly Democrat (Breckenridge, Tex.), Ed. 1, Thursday, December 24, 1931, newspaper, December 24, 1931; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth70467/m1/1/: accessed October 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.