Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 31, 1933 Page: 4 of 4
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THE STEPHENS COUNTY SUN
AT HOME IDEA
Cotton and Wheat Reduc-
tion Plan is Help
Sees Turf Classic
Won by Namesake
THURSDAY AUGUST 31 1933
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mcnl payment checks (or those
growers who qualify under the
wheat production control program
will be made directly payable to
wheat farmers and i.o deductions
nlu""l"'!r! SATURDAY'S VOTE ON 4 MAIN ISSUES!
mii; muss feua vn u jmmouiu
trip to the sea or up Into the
mountulns for a wcoli or so.
"Wo have bulloved that lelsuie
will be required to off-set govern-' Is wr(ig. Thoro was a reason for
mental loan indebtedness acccmv! this. In old days the utmost octlv-
ing to officials of the Agricultural ity paid tnunlfest returns. Thoo
Adjustment Administration. J returns often were dearly bought;
This decision will moke an esll- health was broken; lmutfltiatUii
mated difference of millions of was stunted by endless drudgery;
dollars In the cash payment which children canio Into tho world crip-
wi 1 bo made available tv. wheat pled and weakened because their
mothers while currying thorn had
worked too hard. 1 do not know
now that wo are fit for leisure;
but I believe that now that wo nro
turning our minds around and ills-
covsrlng that overwork does not
pay. neither In money nor in any
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. 'ii-d nci- Hamblpintiian Slakes la Goshen
pmtrrt f'. y. was Mrs. Cliarles UaUcock
. i i Iff. : (aboTc) tho former Mar; Iteyn-
Mm '1' olds plclurotl ns alio watched her
(r name-sake Mary Iloynolds cap-
ture tho famous raco and
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growers this yoar. Undtr ine tortus
of the wheat contracU growors
wh agree to cooperate In tho gov-
ernmental progrum of acreage re-
durtion will tecolve cash payments
of 20 cents a bushels "this fall and
between 8 and 10 cents late next
spring on their Individual wheat 'other sense we will not continue
a lotmcnts less the cost of local to make a fetish of overwork. Wo
administration of the plan. Dedrn.- jnhall learn as Individuals to vn'ui
' n of sums owed the Government una to Improve ourselves. Wo shall
en loans would have reduced gnui nw that It nays to sow less and
ly the amount of cun it) oe midr ! lake better cure of It and tula
i immediately available. .wtter rare of ourselves nntl .our
The Farm Credit Administration children We shall learn to rest
13 Hiking wheat farmers to .ipil putt of our land to rest ourselvuy
ua much ns they can of the pr.i-'pmt of the time.
'Mill from the adjustment pay j "I do not think that wo shall
mcnt as compared with slmllnr have to plan or orRanlze the new
payments In the cotton reduction Irisurc which an organized turn-
program. The cotton payment ing away from headlung pioneer
tieeka Mill be inmle payab'e Joint-) expansion of enterprise will brln?
l to the grower and to the Farm to America. The thought of organ-
C'tnllt Administration with imine izing another man's or woman.-
of the government debt rlntms ptlvatc and personal existence i
subject to negotiation when- pn-' repugnant to inc. Uut I think thiit
vale mtei eats nie Involved In the nil men and women should lmc
rase of cotton. nrt of the loan - Uic chance to do and think and
curtly is destroyed when grown dream as they please part of the
plow under a jtortlon of the crop ' time not for inoney not for fntm .
The security Is not destroyed when i but simply because they want to;
growers plow under a portion of and I believe that most of us nnrc
the crop. The security is not thus the opportunity Is afforded will
destroyed under the wheat plan. discover within ourselves u wide
- I ynrlcty of stimulating and picas-
COLI.KOIS STATION- "Wt li.it. ant things to do"
worked too liuril In this coutitr"
dttckiliHl Secretary of Agriculture '
Wallace In an nilUross to lSxtenslon' . 1 ltix A l . '.
will bring fnrm eoile not only !
balanced nbundanco but also u
more balanced leisure and a great '
er ojiportunlty lor Individual
growth. ' j
"It was n now country outs tor I
the taking; ao overwork waa nat-
r. Wnllai-n miilil "IVit inmlil
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... . .... la virtue of Intemperate greed and)ty can get a permit mid license
.K . ""' . . y""ieffiirt. Oui march of pioneer cm- to sell 32 boei heic when It of-
... hav to mw and farm ;""ne.t. if you examine It c.mlidiy. ficlally become- legal.
.. .. crr.K in a workna..l'ke.w8 not u)rMo orliu- Th(.
ii. iltltnr aliil jia Ikd i ullf. .1 i v7 a -
. ' ' . voungest of us who grew up wt morning when -i cltlxen applied to
u Iii ikj-r.. tilth nn nrniu nlh.r " - w '
'. i "f the Alleghenles on farms ! comml.sionris' coitt for a permit
Ui ui thorn- for Mill enrichment ... . . ... ..
' thn a century subdued know all tu sell the beverage in Ilierken
' ....... I IM well how bitterly some of thoft-
h'.me iue ..i feed for livestock t" . .. .
I largest finest farms were cleared
ti tineil at hum t .
. . . and won. Many a pioneer palrlurm
If you pcrfoim your part of th I wore Uow mJ ku 'lw
lunimci me torrninvni will pay '
ou the ex' i a benefits described
hi mil d -uueil by the Secretary of Ar.-
i ii ii i-1 culture for 1031 and 1034 you sot.ld
: . i. irn of 'sign a three-year contract by
I I'.r i whirh you would agree to reduce
.1 f.ii ' I. ieiH as dlrecteil by the Secre-
ii' iv . I: i i n not to exceed 20 per cent.
wh.. hive ii .'i Your three year average acreage
i in it in n h i ni'l w CO acres therefore) you would
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ii ij.'i ity of I
1 1 .mull thi .i. acres but you would havo to sow
I. ii Mr. M H enough to produce your allotment
Wit 'I ir.e Ruttnn of .WI busheli. iissumlng average
i .m. d thl ukIi vlelijs
' i ..mi livii.rf Your three veur aventpn vleld
h.im IS 3 buhrli. per acre and nf
thi-. iat you would hato to now
tt leant 32 1 .tcirs to Comply with'
ie ked In reduce your earns tilts
(.ill by not inoro than 12 loavltiic
von 48 a eras You would nut hn
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iinprlled to sow as much al is0"" rKer. oxp.ainiiig
1. S13 Hreckonrldge g GO
2. Parks . . 30 II
3. Crystal Kails 10 5
I. Eollsn It It
5. Woylfttul 27 15
0. Luuasa 20 12
7. Harporsvlllo 0 20
8. Pioneer 10 0
0. Kuroka 8 8
10. South Cnddo .... 18 33
11. Ivan 10 13
12. Gunslght 6 7
13. Hakor 0 0
II. Cedar 10 2
IS. Necessity 21 28
10. Oakley 16 (i
17. Ellssvillo 21 10
18. Frankell 2U 0
10. NK Hreckenrlilge . . 0! 01
20. NW Htockonrldge 107 111
21. SW rieckenrldRo .. 115 02
22. North Caddo 28 88
Totals 70G 021
Ilcllof Beer In Repeal
Kor Agn. For Agn. For Agn.
131 21 01 53 01 57
II ' I 30 14 30 II
10 2 IB 0 15 5
17 0 12 10 12 U
21 12 23 II 27 15
11 10 18 9 10 13
22 10 10 27. 0 31
11 0 10 0 8 7
8 8 0 0 7 7
37 11 21 31 20 32
12 10 12 15 12 IS
7 3 5 15 7
7 0 2 5 10
10 2 10 2 13 2
32 15 10 20 21 27 I
10 3 15 I It! 2
61 12 20 33 21 83
28 8 31 5 28 6
111 10 105 52 02 5h
220 45 107 102 152 107
170 30 128 85 115 8P
71 II 33 52 23 57 '
1002 275 708 801 7 in OO'i
Girl 6. Much
OKLAHOMA CITY Okli. Aim
30 U.R Claudia Denielnvnu Carr
professor in Cracow so there she.
loatncd Polish and studied music
in that langtt tge.
She also liu: nod Gcrnmr and
Hutch durlrg her trav's v h her
Professor Chit after visiting hli
parents lieu- left for Hawaii h4
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........- . ... .. . ....J"nM al Ur T "iMislty of Hawaii
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liuill iiunuii iir unmii.
The little girl daughter if n for-
mrr Oklshama City ma.t who is
widely known as a pr.fersor nf
Innjjunges. recently made her flrt
v'C to the United States. She
wn i born In Jtiixfii when her fath-
er Daniel Carr. was on the facul-
ty of the University of Japan.
Her mother was a Russian so
she learned that language as well
IHIl.VT MISS A TUIP
SISATTU5 UJttUnltd Airlines
pianos on tho Seattle-San Diegi
route comjiletcd every one of th
echeduleil 181010 mile of the 1.-231-mllo
trip accoidlng to officials
The wife of Paavo Nurmi tho
as ICngllsh at bonie She lent tied Klnnlsh iiinner Is suing lilni for
Japanese from playmates. When a ill voice. Cuesa sho couldn't keep
she wat font hei mother wan a up with him.
SLEEP DISEASE j Woman Charge!
GAINS VICTIMS; Wilh A
Jledical Men Baffled Ini Yollg Hs!kiiI
Fight on Epidemic
ST LOUIS. Mo Aug 30 U'l'i
A climbing death loll today face I
baffled medical men. orgnnlied
LONOVU0W Aug. 30 (U.R) Mrs.
Iluth Atwood of I)gansporl Li.
was held horo toiluy under .i
chatgc of assault with intent to
hero In a determined fight ngnlt.-t' murder while physicians sought to
tho rapidly sptoadlng epidemic ofij l "IO m r nuaonnu. im
HIS 11. VlWDlMI Oil.
.Mrs. Atwood was at rested l.i t
night as sho prepared to leave the
Tells How lo Gel
Beer Sale Pernril
Meptrmbei 0th 1 4 the earliest
hit any person In StoiheiiH cuuu-
An additional death today '.ho
tOth within u month sent the ra
tio of futulltlos among sleeping city while her husbnnd was in a
sickness victims note to 1 to 0 oi hospital sufforlng from injuries i-
11.2. j eelved In an attack oarly yos'c.
Alarmed loaders In the meillcit tlay.
fraternity divided Into many field ; A blnod-stnlned piece of iron t
of rosoarch to sook some clue i.r found near Atwood'n body Hi h '
tho uourco of tho opldemlr heen tadly bentcn.
We Oiler You
A I'UEiVliUM iWARKET
YOUR SOUR CKKAM
At All 'limrs Cir U a Trial
Dillingham & Alexander
Ut anil Ice (ii'ain Alamilactiiicis Dairt I'uxlucts
I l lnN Jut li
l.. lnuier iii tv whether you make a crop or not
i ...i what l'iinlTh paymentit this fall snd next
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t. In . lua
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.. i.ki.ii-. itn the .i.. prmg will be made regardless of
cm in tli. .Ii.ii. ti- allolmt-nt whether yor 1033 crop failed or
' vtheM i .It-tribrd IB. nia .j i tj r(.pct the plan flir-
u-t re.'U'd hy the Extf. niithea crop Insurance.
- ni.o i .ii the Agricultural To coojiernU In tho plan you
i tine i' .ii.iini-trjllon ' mu t atjn m coatract In the con-
' iriK cnmtargn and cannot Join a
i "' ' en unt) imp nxl year. Yo must abide
h. .on '. tu. vr an i ii!.' r ih contract thr full three-yeir
v . pi i i i. ' n jut .t.i.i etiHi (10-l-5i. and failure to
i i t. il v. .i jn-e pi i nvr up to the contract will cause
n that . i i H-. d louo i.u-li the ( Soveriiuitnt to collect buck
n " ' " " !'. I' '"' in.l advances paid.
r in . .i. in 1WI a fa Th contract attaches to the
' tu l 'I ' ' In I-4- farm and not the farmer. If yu
...i.ik i i .1 i. ii.m lot t'n- move to another furm the teiui.it
t. II' li ini. and ton' vtho follows you must abide by the
n- i. V ui doni- .tu contract If ou move to a farm
ut ui i i. M j r cent of where a contract Is in force you
' - ii i v'l bm-liti- 'mi.! abide by It. Landlords and
i w..u i i. nir Hllotini-i.t tertints sltare In benefits in oxuet
three wives by th time that hav-
ing progressed in ownership from
a quarter section to two or more
full sections and loans to halt
township he died. And that nu
not the whole atory of hi triumph
I'.uintv Jiltliie llryun
Th wny I interpret the law
no person -an make application un-
til Septembet 1 then five day
must elapxo during which time the
name and address of tho appli-
cant will be placed on the court-
house bulletin boaid. After the
Ho often mailu slsvos perfectly k-lfive da are uji the commission-
gaily nnd with sanation of church em court must hold u public he. if.
i ing on the application and any-
nnd society of his children
"Ami he himself died very ofi mi pHed to Ihmhiiico of the
en before ho or his family hud pt runt in bo heard.
lonrnod how to live. A country wa.ij The CommlsMlonerH' court then
horo to bo occupied anil subdued vote whether to Isxuo the permit
Toll was holy. It was wrong to H or not and If the permit Is issued.
In the shade and dream It war the iipplliant mii-f comply wit'i
wrong to go fishing In vv.'ik in; .ill other leul itioin set out n
hours; It was wrong In ttiii.iinl- the law.
of farming communities foi i f.u-i ' A doen .i n"rc .ppiicants f
family to stop overworking andlbeer UinK pormita arc expo1 d
gorging the market. It still m con to be filed belt' Kilday Septemb r
sldercil a little shameful m iii..nl-t
dreamed it wii
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at ud.ii.insU .'
. I' mi $1'-
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v. iild I
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v. .1 111
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1 ..1. mi
mat md I'M u.iinUon lo their rental agm-
pid ii the ;.. iii the example given above it
r -in ..f an 'rj assumed that you live in i
tli ui US cent- i count where the thrso-yesr nv-i
Un.'i 3D i'i.' Me wheat producllon was th-
in i xp..ne id : mii an the average county fiw
You woul-l i- var pioducllen. If you happen to
.J to 1178 20 lc- live in a county where wheat .i-
.ii cit Jllb--'i reagf has been Increasing snd th
ut.. i loth an. the tlueeear average for 1030-31-32 i.
i.mi Ut. 1931. 'lh- .-uglier than the county five-year
. ilium -iration b iiveruge. your allotment would be
I ki.ii tion rent- il irittneil in pnjportlon On Uie oth
' in. i-d at 2 nt i hand if wheal acreage lias bn
Hi dn rraatng in your county nnd the
. i ' -.'! ' three yeai average i lower thn
.i uiiur and i. Hie five-year average your allot-
i If v ii have al ment would be Increased In u
I M.l nop that portion
v. .ii l'ia3 i-n.n. Slore detailed rxplanallon of lb
i ... ' it.illad ut working of the plan especially on
' mm bu h how county wheat piodtintlon n
n ' ...I.. I in the til aMciatii.n are to be organ
I... i. . mu 1 1 r ned and how they will adjust In-
void lo have producJ dividual farm sllotnient. may be
Ui am. 'lint. obtained fiom local county agent-
i .i tin e i) mriit.. at. I -
vh.. h in iv be auih ftl.LLil-. JiTATION Adjm I
Friday & Saturday Sept. lst-2nd
Viiliu iti S"i
Hi culver. riilRi
HKK UOI)(il AKI)"
"C U i:TI Nil' IU.0NUS"
Tu. 'daj Wednesday
T. irdi Im iti
"i0 MAItlUAGB TIES"
Tuesday - Wednesday
"HEM TO HEAVEN"
Shirts or Shorts
Thuieday - Friday
"EAGLE AND HAWK".
Cli'MiiK Out All
Choice oT House
allies to $'J.lK)
Canvas CJ loves
Itcil and -I A
nine Top 1 UC
Umlt I'.ilii In Customer
Silk I)i ess Son ... I7e
One Lot Ties 17c
Hayon Shirts or Shorts 2."c
One Lot Men's and Hoys'
Caps ut Special l'rice.
Kail Felt Hats
to Sl.r0 tJC
Hlue or Striped
N allies to SI. "id
TIRE PRICES ARE
TT E will sell miii Fires torn
Gum-Dipped Tiros at lodnj's
low prices as long as our slock
lasts. Don't risk the danger of
tire trouble or possible blow-
outs on your Labor Day trip
with smooth worn tires. e
will pay you for the unsafe
dangerous mileage remaining
in your tires to apply on a new
set of Firestone Gum-Dipped
Tires the safest tires in the
l ith new Firestone Tires on
your ear you can drive any-
where at any time with the
assurance that the extra
construction features of
Gum-Dipping and Two Extra
Gum-Dipped Cord Plies under
the Tread give you gnmtvr
safety and blowout protection
than can he found in any other
Drive in today. Let us inspect
your tires. If jou need new tires
you will be surprised how little
it will cost to trade the danger
of blowouts for the safety of
r ires tone I ires.
r irestone I ires are hunt with high
stretch Gum-Dipped Cords. Every insure a Sae Holiday Trip
" Hut it ii my de.irl Imae
in- i rr.1 C-H AUTO KADIO
1-OU ONLY s:).v " It'
xiiivrl) an unbelievably Inw
price. Anil yttti thimlil rr linw
rnmpai-til it. 'rhciiMniiHtjllr.1
it in our rsr in lest tlun an
hour. Ami ell mv .If 4
yen I now what G-r. time 1
of TIRE CONSTRUCTION
The season t auto radio sensation
..See it. .hear it. .buy it. .NOW !
cotton fiber in every cord in every
ply is saturated and coated with
pure rubber. This extra Firestone
proeess gives you 511 greater pro-
tection against blowouts.
New Fall .Merchandise Sold at Pi ices He low Cost of
The Army Store W
jeeializinp Helen's and Hojs' Furnishings
HIGH SPUD lYfl
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Car With FIRESTONE GUM-DIPPED T
at Today's Low Prices . Don't
wi'.as-i'jiis7iiiit-ri iwr rswi
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Othtr N FroiHirtUmattlr I air
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4 15-19 '
Sec Firestone Cuni' Dipped Tires made in the Firestone Factory and Exhibition Building at" A Century of Progress" C7ij
Firestone Service Stores J.
Corner Rose and Williams C. A. MfSCHKE Mgr.
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