Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 53, Ed. 1, Friday, July 9, 1937 Page: 1 of 10
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Brcckcnndye Texas Friday July 1) 1 1)37.
Hj (.mint) tenta l.uke
Mallard and Ms rule I'rjor
flVJ ne my xo eminent in not
J. llir frnaldcnt. not the congress.
-not the stiprem- eourt ht It la
Tllic phllosoph) which results from
the combined thinking if -ill the
eoplr In a true deroocrac) the
thinking of thr majority lo tpmp-
rr. b the triittkmn of tho mln-
Woitly Our country wan founded on
he phlloaojhy th.t trterp should
!) th" greatest jionstblr freedom
lit iictlot). One hundred mid fl(l
rnr of ptuneri l.fe with Itn cold
a ml hunger. II hardships and
dangcri. lin not still -d the drnr
l-ir ftecdom of th night ani f
'llt'NK in utt
destiny l.ily II at I.' l'
m Stephens rounly will be on
lir nil again It In nir count) It
I' mir program You should Know
whnt l golnir .n turn in
"V TUN acm of unified N.ir-
Tix auiia tlitr.lird Mty-alx
huiticls to th ii. ir hil my othor
until thlcjhfd '.'K bushels to til"
acre on A acre Relieve mr It
"itcly im to plain citine seed"
nva Adolph Muc:ici t the Har-
pcrivitle community while In thr
extension sendee offlcrw daeuilug
he wllil ll(eprjrraiii fortht rtrtt-
ugutnr tntfllnc of tho southwest
ild game management nasoota-
tion at tin Mnrpeiaville school
NI2 of Ihi county''" tit invest-
nirnli la In the cliculntlng
atenrn pressure coosrra These
tookcra sutely do ilictilatc Judg-
ing fio iinhf t nurd i .11 the ex
tension srrtlct ufllcis They are
'n thr .go nil the ewr rotiaii
Meats ih thl winter time and K-
l.ttxct In tho ipi .iiti ai.il i ininiai
l intltled t.
.Mi ili i.. count v
1 hi IMn meeting
of the rcu l'eii (..lourra Aoso murdei ind Opal Johnson char-
ruitlor Cntrh .nr of the u that I wih duvlng while intoxicated
ii KOIng Io : mil pa" '
IK.srr a tlKiuribt Mi
' ClHtence Oniliti of tl
romtui'nit) trojcbt their bnsket
lunch to town Knturduy ami an
Joyed thr rol ahsdc of the city
park vhllt etititig thersufttir thay
had iiiote tlm- to take cars of
heir city ciranda Why not tiM
'-flghbors of h conin. unity join and
hnr their buskat lunches tojetb-
i-r In the city rk wlipn tlm
tome to town? It duos us good to
alt down and eat together and
iuit togethet and above ull be
neighbors toscthcr Think It over:
' rashoptrs in town grass
hoppers In the country gtuss-
hopper everywhere Tans and toiu
if oltoned bisn mixture futlnshed
by our Uncle Sum Is golns om
ovc i tho county to atop the grss-
hoppcrs for this yours ruUclieu
and the more we stop 'bin year tin.
fewer we will have nelil sr. t-t
don't make excuse to oui solves nor
our lie lufhbom but get busy and put-
on these grusshoppura. Tht.y ui-
atcsllng our crops and mukitu
pl.uts to steail the 1033 crop The.
poison bran mixture Is here fur oii
If you don't coino and t It-
then Its onr ilouWua Nut UiipI
IT IS Iced csniilng
trcmh silo six feet wide at tlm
top four feet wide at tho bottom
and five feet deep und ono Uundru'l
feet lonif will hold JO tons of slkiv.
such its ted top ot 'out I" ""
nmlzc. sudun gruso. corn or unv j hoppers now Infesting Stephana
of the sinull grain sorghums l-ntes (county On the basis of rngulatlous
on the upper hull of the stahnlfor distribution at the rate of 3
should be git-en whrn out foi Uu- 'pounds per acre per dally treatment
best feed values Uso plumy '
'7 water hcn filling the trench silo.
Rctnber tho mote roughage the
cuw will consume tho less nf grain
mlxtuie will bo rciuired lluy utJ
sllugo arc cheuper than com outs
or rotton seed cuke or iticiil. Can-
ned led it b'-i- Volutes Dunt
Turn to VK Vtiur
TO SEA REEFS
I ivl ay for Amrlln K.nl.ni'
Krn. N'Kinan lost round 'h
Thtr Xrl sriii' li"i
lii'inrhvel at dawn ft n. 'ti
up tln-ir I on' Wtlletl
'If'rsri" rirrtl thf-n ' 'tijemi
Thl- .i. Iimimtl) m UtltlK W'i
i"liduld to dfVflop into .1 ninni
moth i. it oineh by Monday i"
the iiddltlon of US plane beitu
in ii 'in ei'iir h. thr alrriui'
i in i t i-miiK-ton A'ii'itur rndi-1
... i u..i . cmitlniHd - nd lli ii-
l"i .ii -iimi this I i i) win
mkii ii ti ki up ftiiin tin :-t
I Inn- t-st lat Krliliiv h' n it
mi' I lloulind Inlnn.l n i fn hi
li-i-ii .e 'iulma
I' is iii the I'liiwiiiv mi i tmt
iipoigp Putnam himimnil of Mlaj
Knihoit. ix certain Unit tint 1)1
plane landed INiti.iun alao U oon-
iiippiI that hi wife landutl etifoly
n n aniall lulnnd. or reef mid
lhnp in rnarajp of the aoarrh now i
rtKiee with lilm.
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McttltiK" f-n Ptlmlnul hip( whU.'i
opens in the t0th district routt
Monday Iimm- txen ponied Mettlngi
for Monday ate
A. U. Otis and Hill Ott. ehnrge.1
with cow theft; Mrs. J. K Alevm-
dei. J U U11 and A i Kiiia
llmrirr! with rlrlvlntr U'hilf. IiiIoyi
light More Planes To ..' & ' -.; Xf-1 V&P MMt 'JjL ? .' '
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eatP.1 J K Yarboroush. ehurged W"M "' "'''-
with theft of pipe. j JudKP and Mti Atihlann nun
Hettina for Wedm-ada) .111 d a measage telllnu of the fnlal
Tom Uudd ehmned with .isnauit
with Intent to murdei Willinui
llotllnger. theft Kriirnt Simmom.
ehargeil with anwiult with intent to
liifi Madrid flattie
IIKNOAYK. July UP Sion-
lh mttloimliata a. id kisllat tioopa
are fighting one of the Dlggeat bat-
tles o the ilvil war nar Madrid
It was Ald today.
Nationalists at Avila wild that
the InysllaU wnrc conduetlng the
Hong-rat offensivt Uiey had made
in tho entire war.
Arcoidln; to the natlotutllitts
loi-sllat casualties liave totaled
nine than 000 In 18 houla and
II whs sssi rtcd the loyalists hail
five plsnea Pilppled .yeaterdiiy and
one ihot dosn
Hrot har And Sister
Meet After ')") Years
Andy Hujhes of Necessity lui.i re
tinned from a week-end visit In
Caney Oklahoma where he tailed
a slater. Mrs. J. M. King. Tk.ls was
the first time the bi other and eta
ter had a .-en each other In AA years.
There will be a reunion ol the
Hughes family at Krankell Jul) 10.
It was said
"Approximately forty thousand
pounds of poisoned bran mix has
been distributed from thr county
material yards on tkiutli Rose
stroet In the light to control tho
ravages of the millions ol gm.is-
It Is the r(iilvilunt of oOOO ucreti '
L. W. Crowley chairman of tht
county grasshopper control com-
mittee announced today.
"Another carload of bran hat
been received for ell who wish ti
continue the fight. It Is Important
tu kill an many grasshoppers as
possible for this years protection at
well as looking In 1M II will moor
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T TMri WlU ' y "I ' 4- S W.v'- -' vSi i'" f Thrwkmoiton. AUirtny. Hnlnl
KrSKSllBjIarAV.ja5 .P.f h i g iVr'JFmMi Thta prot l pnri of Htlc
Aft. i i- II i dy I ImiwI. pli-ntuul vpiitiK mini b.ivi" dt .i-.t prodii" d the m iL.tiq-. of .1
l.ijrni 1 ' .t -inp fi. ItttT Ti x.is wl- ' 1. .m-rs on the South Pl.illi- of the P.itib 11.1IW -t.inil j"-
fullv .ilnin-l liouldu InKh in golden gi i-i .. 1' cn-at i-otnbini-M roap anywhere from 25 to 50 bushel
lo the .ore H11I rii-n imiid Ihi- icioirii.t t-ouble .ind disaster iire threatening in ctrtiun seetimis ef
"Amerii-ii .- bit-tid l).ikct ' In the extreme noilhwcst hliick rtwt is nlready cutting in on the bountiful
yield while in C'oloi .11I0
'Sister Of Mrs. Atchij
KaA wi:i r;.. t .
iiiiiU llllliu UUIH- IU'uhh iMild for choice
Kl.i. I Jobliaon Andtm. wT
sister ol Mrs Uryan Atchlaon of
Hiockcillldge was kllleil Wedm-s
day evening about 8 30 o'clock in
an automobile eolltsion eilit nuli-i
County Attorney P T Paik-
r.. filed eharKe aualnal Van
indt thi- co.tiplrdnta aecualng
him of driving while intoxicate
collision about 10 o'clock Wednei-
lay night and laft IntmeUl'itoIy for
Mrs. Andrews and her husband
Thorp A Andrews Ft. Worth At
torney wore on route to Goldtti-
wulte lo attend the funeral of Mm
Annie Wmitherby ti relative of the
Ft. Wotth and Urnekcnrldge slsterr
when the aecldont occurretl
Mr. Andrews was taken lo
Hrownwood hoipltnl where his In -
Jin leu bad not been determined lute
The Imdy of Mrs Audit ws was
to be taken to Ft. Worth Thur
Turn To I'nge Two
IrOll Mountain Well
.. f'i it
' IOWS lilfl Ull lilin
i confessed the cilmp us ho walked
FORT WORTH. Jul) S 'UR- t( j lPBtn chamber. But he was
Harold Necly president of the nou nis voice wns a more
hot. Mountain Oil company pre-1 whisper. He said he was drunk
dieted that the company's npwwjen he beut to death Miss Reboo-Jone-i
county wildcat today would lea Coursey with a harness haine
produce l.S.000 banels daily In a I at hei home I? Haskell county on
hum test Wednesday the
flowed 800 barrels.
be laying time and if ah them
are permitted to lay und we do
not liavo a iloep killing freese this
winter we may expect a greater
army of grasshoppers In 1018 thnn
we have this year Mi ('rowli y
"On the other hand If we would ' gavo vigorous nolluo that It would
but profit fiom this years oxpeil-lenfoiee the senate Miles to tho limit
iincn and each faun and ranch fnin-io stop a threatened filibuster.
Ily ralsp a large floek of turkeys i
next year wo could then market j (JiUSh Victim 8(11(1
thrsn grasshoppers at a profit. . .. . .
There Is no good reuson why Stcph 0 lie Kl'COVL'rillfJ
ens county should not market oiuh
year 75000 lo 100000 turkeys ns It Raymond Fainbro who recently
Is another general money crop wtwas seiiously Injured In nu auto-
uro overlooking for which this mobile accident Is reported by hoa-
county Is well adapted" County
Agent Luk" Ballard wild
Harvests Mumper Wheat Crop
tW Prices Reach
Nine Years Peak
I'HICACU. July 8 'UP.'
V"c Tc! R "-e"r ";"'"-
dny at thp Chlcngo atock ynnl when
nwrf $12.00 n
lot bundled weight
tolce Uoga mound .
lliith At II. U 1. rib
KOKT WORTH. July S H i:i
Hol. iiiIpph iphpIih.I a new two
.. hKh lo(n. wlh cmlU.0 bul.
rilvrH puyiK luo to S30 Bold for
jU!)) Jet hndicd pounds
i lie pi ire wan no im-ii-aiic ui leu
ents ovei Wedneailay and over flvi
cents below the $11.00 top potted
in AuRuat 1103 The latter price wits
the beat since pre-depn-M.sloii days.
Town Is Destroyed
SAN KKA.NCI.SCO. Jul) S (U.Rl
The Trans Pacific picas bureau an-
nounced today that It rccolvcd a
radio report fioni tho Matson
freighter Ooldui Hear that an
eruption eauaml byv now volcanoes
jdeatioyed the town of Itabaul Now
Htituln on May 23. killing an ott!
mated 800 people
The eruption the report snld fol-
lowed SS Itours of carthtiuukn and
a tidal wave. Itabmtl is on the
northern tip of New Hritnln in the
unil.ib territory of New Oulnen
askell County Man
HUNTriVlU.K. July 2. U.R'
Clements Matur-i. ft5. vtn put to
death in the electric chair early
1'Mlny for murdering a 73yeti-old
wolllln to earn a bottle of nou. He
May 0 100.
Demos To Hat tie
WASHINGTON Jul) 8 HI:'
iJemocrutlc lendeis of the fight for
. Prcaident Roosevelt's substitute
' judielaty bill told the senate tody
Unit the iuphsuio was in keeping
it h pledges made by tint party In
it.. 1030 platform.
'I hi democratic senate leadership
ipital attendants to bo Improving
5 Fe onies 2 Misdemeanors
l.acpc hflllnn Rprncc Tn
V"JCa UUIU "LCW 1 U
1 July 26
The Stephens count gland jm V
completed deliberations of rojKJit-
cd law violations Tuesday and re-
cesapit until July 26.
Pevrn liidlcttnontH wetp b.ouglU.
fise foi felonio.t and two mlsdc-1
Indictment inailr public were I
two cases of driving whilp Ot unk.
These were against Opal Johnson
and A. G. Knox. William Hottln-
ger. atlas William Whctsell. was "" "e approxtmato iioptn to wa-
indicted foi theft and his bond tc- "" e water's probable clicm-
flxod at W) lnl' character. Tho lionul of Water
Assault wltli Intent to murdei ! Engineers and the United States
wai the other chanje announced l"'cl Sutyoy refer to those ro-
by the shotlffs deimrtment. This!""""-"" ' T . .
was against ICrncst Simmons who !
is charged In connection with tho
cutting of C. I Woods.
This nctiou markod tho ojiening
of the July-August torm of court
the IndlctmcntM not announced be-
Ing those bmusht against pc rjons
not yet under aireht.
Collon Rsli males
U) Million Bales
WASHINGTON. July H UR) -
Tht department of agriculture to -
day estimated 1037 cotton plantin t
In tho United Stntos nt 31102000
acies.iin Incroase of approxlmatcl)
1 llillAflA finvi.f nunii Itiiat a
u.--..Wv .v.. w.. .v ....
...u i-sumiuo ... ........ ' Krnf.t McCarty negto sentenced to
Hum years and was 110.1 per nlH1 n hp ollclrc .. at .
of last years plan Ing when U ' K f criminally assault
3022 bales were ginned. p Wofh w0.
ft tlan etli.l.l t lilu trail stftllta Iu Mill! I "
" "" "'" """ '" ' '" ""
of last year a crop of approximately
13600000 Imlna will be produced.
Increases wete shown in nl stales
with tho Mmallosl Inoronso In
Oklahoma and Texas wheie in-
cioaaUN of thier per cent and seven
por cunt rospoclivoly were indlcut-
rr i t w .
licv. ranaerpooi iu
Rev. W. II. Vandorpool will con-
duct a meeting next week at Way-
land beginning Monday It wns
announced today. Rev. John W.
Morphis Wayland pastoi will
conduct the rogular survkc Sun-
day at 10 u. m.
Crops In Collin
Tinwitttrtnrt liti II nil "icier it is declared was des-
1amafJCU ((If Crlbed as having been authored by
McKINNKY. July 8 (U.R- Hall
Into yesterday damaged scveicly
farm crops In the pottlun of Col-
lin county between Anna and
Findings Of Survey Made In
Stephens Can Be Seen
By All Interested
The Ho.ittl of Wntei Hnlneci.4
announces tlm ipIciisc In nilmco-
Kraphptt form of tin- iccurda of
well obtained by the Work I'io-
4t eaa AilinlntitttHtlon grnund-wiitcr
aurvoy In Stpphcn.i County Texna.
Copies of tlteac lecordit mc avail-
able at the offices of tho Hoard of
Wnt 1 1 KiiRlmjoia Austin and of the
United States Cleobii-lenl SnrveV.
Washington D. C. Copies may be
1 ennsultPd nt the Hreckenrldgc Pub-
lie I.lbrnry DreckvnridKC; Giahani
Public I.ihtni-y Oiuhntn; at the lib-
rut lea of Handulpli College nt Cisco
wide Invpntoty of wntor wells atntt-
ed in I0BA being ennductod to ob-
isiii information concerning exist-
1 in; ai-in to ascertain the quantify
jniiii qi. nitty of water they yield to
put down teat holes In nrous where
no wolla or few wells exist and to
Ipomnils and nublluli the lnlorma-
inventory Is only 11 prelimi
nary survoy and nil of the Inform-
obtained can bo used later In
connection with a mure thotougli
ground-water Investigation by tho
Mlnte Itonitl of Water Knginccra ns
8"' ' ti.0 umtmi .smtes oeoi.
iglciil Survey. The lator mnic ex
hnuatlvo study w
'. of tho wo
Ill coordinntc tho
wall Inventory enab
ling tho pooplo of Tcxua to regit-
late more intolliuentlv tho with
Idrawal of wntor from tho ground
tliua assuring thumnolvos that tin
essential tosoiirco will not be need-
The published records are of 1m-
mediate practical use. They nru of
assistance to well drilleta water-
suppl engineois gologitts county
agents teachers of vocational ngri-
iculture. home demonstration agunts
and prospectlvo buyers of untie
veloped land who doslio to atcer
qulrle-i from Individuals or Indust-
ries tctiuestlug Information ;icrtain-
lug to ground water.
The f tela work in Stophons
County was started on January 27
and completed on March 20. 19.17.
J. Howard Samuel) u ceolouist. was
iI)rojoct superintendent. Funds for
tha project went ullocatcd by th'i
Ablleno office of the Works Pro-
gress Administration. Tho ohernlcal
I work wns directed by Dr. IS. P.
Scliooh of the Durvau of Industrial
' Turn To Pace Two
NCfjrO D'lCS Tonifjllt
1 '(); AsSUUll CriltlC
1 V.UTIV f.1. a .. Tlll
recommend further clemency for
i man Mm ill 10. 193fi
NEWSPAPER SUED BY BLANT0N
1030. The petition is
signed by .Mutt hows Bbintou and
William W. Wanton the plain-
tiff's sons and associates in tho
Hrst complaint Mated is an cdl-
toiinl. published June C 1030 In
comment upon a resolution adopt-
ed by the National Education asso-
ciation ft is alleged this editorial
declined tho so-called "Red Rider"
in n District of Columbia approp-
riation i bill enacted In 1035 ro-
riiiiod that teachers In tho DIs-
I list had to take a pledgo not to
touch what communism is on pen-
alty of receiving no pay. The "Red
Hlantuu. Plaintiff declares tho rid-
er was not of his uuthorship und
furthermore that the pledge des-
cribed was never required of n
Thla cn-toons nnd other urtlcloa
Chinese- J aps Fight
With War Looming
As Peace Act Fails
IN REAL PAY
I D li C IP
LeaSeS KOyaltieS Oelling i
Like Hot Cakes As Oil
Owners of the lion .Mountain Oil
company No. 1 Carl Olander
eastern Junes county drop oil dis-
covery yestetdny ptedlctetl thu
well would open not only tho larg-
est field bul tho heaviest produc-
ing zone for this nrou.
Harold Ncclcy. Ft Worth ptosl-
dent of It on Mountain was quot-
ed as saying the well would make
between 0.000 and 15000 bariola
per day. His cstlmnto wits based
on .a flow which filled $00 haircut
of storage all available in threo
Hut the How was killed lattr
when the well built up a sliutiu
pres.iutc of 700 pounds per square
Inch on five-Inch casing and cith-
er split a joint of plpo or btolto
n col In r.
Aftci that It headed nhout ouch
10 to lli minutes mound the casing
(lowing up (o (III tho collar and
filling two slush pits until Halll-
hutton Oil Well Cementing com
pany tot cod Aittngol n gelatinous
solution Into the ens Ing to halt tho
The liouilx lasting about threo
minutos eaqh rone through thu cel-
lar full of fluid to more thnn two
feet abnvo tlm rig floor. It hendotl
each time a pio8suro of -110 pounds
on the casing was built up.
It had been given u 3000-gatlon
treatment of aold solution by P1U
ircr & Wusl of Iirockenrldgo In
Palo Pinto lime col reeled by steul
line moasmemeiit to 321 l-CO net
with five-inch sti ing enmonted at
1!I0 feet above the top of gas nt
.12 Ii fcot.
Tito ticmcuilous prusntir) after
the tieatmont with acid caused the
lueak In pipe owners said. It had
ptt'vlouMy been swabbnd for 12
hours befotii acldlzatlon and yield-
ed :M0 ban els. Altogethef 1J"00
barrels of stotagu on tho leuso
were aviillable -and full.
Dining the flint gauge after
Turn To I'ltgc Two
Si I ver Ann i versa ry
Passed By Actress
HOUiYwdoD July 8 (t'.l.'i
Mao West buxom film star who
posed as a spinster him celebrated
her sllvor wedding anniversary
ulie admitted today In acknowledg-
ing her man luge ?il yeuts ago to
Frank Wallace vaudeville actor.
County Trustees To
Meet On Saturday
' Tlr Comt IJoiU f IMui.aon
will meet Satuiday artornoon at
2.30 o'clock In the dUttiet court
room County Superintendent
Uoycp Uwigglns announced Thuis-
day. Ono puipodc will bo to classify
and editorials aie sot fotth in the
complaint as cutise for suit.
Suit for $100000 damages for
libel was filed In 101th dlsttlot
court at Ablleno U'rlday by Thomas
L. Blanton former congressman
for this the 17th distiict ugaliiHt
the A. II. Uelo Corporation pub-
lisher of the Dalian Morning Nows
Mr. Blanton nuw practicing law
In Washington D. C lists in a
petition of more than 20 pages
u number of grievances. Thty con-
Hist of cditotials news reports and
a cartoon which ho declares were
published by dedendant. These it
is contended showtd tho newspaper
"contrived" to damago him
Mr. Blanton wus defeated for re-
.. . ... .i.
election in the Democratic run
off primury lust August by Clyde
Garrett of Eustlund.
Matter complained of says the
plalntlff'u petition was published
by tho Nowa botween July fl and
SHANGHAI July 8 U..l! The
Chinese Cpntral News Agency ro
ported tonight thnt fighting wrw
rpstinted nenr Lukouchla.
! Thr Cpntral News Agency niso
icpoitcd thnt martial law Had been
1 declared nt Pclpltig.
Tnc Domcl Japanc.se news
agency reported that martial law
aiso nati been declared in Tl"nl
TIENTSIN July 8. (U.P.) Chi-
eso und Japaneso troops lougti
savagely for many hours In Uie su-
butbs of Pieplng tho ancient capl
tul today In their most scrlou.i
clasli In tcccnt years.
CuHiialtlcs worn reported to totul
well In the hundreds with Chinese
suffering most heavily. Japanese
used machine gun and artillery flro
on tho stubborn Chinese soldiers
Jupnncse authorities. admitted
ten casualties among their ranks
and reported they found tho bodies
of 17 Chlnosi'.
Telcphono line between I'loplng
and Tientsin wero out. Chinese
authorities barred Uic east gala
of tho city to provent entrance of
M Japanese troop.
Govornmont authorities at Nan-
kins; charged that the Japanese
deliberately precipitated tho
tumble after vainly seeking to buy
land Tor an airdrome south of
Pelplng. where tho fighting occur-
red. I'lIACH NKOOTIATIONS
TOKYO July 8. (U.Pj-lTho war
office was advUtd tonight Uuit
peace negotiations In the gravo
clash between Japaneso and Chin-
ese troops near Pioping hnd brok-
Tho message said Chinese troops
at l.ukouchlao scene of the firs'
or siiveinl clashes south of Piep
Ing lefused to disarm and wero
taking a hoatllu attitude.
Patty To Dublin
From Here Urged
"The ipgular monthly meeting j
th Stephens County Agilcul'urnt
Association will be postponed lo
Saturday July 17 on account of
the busy hurvesting season and
the fight being waged agnlnst Uk
graftshoppors L. M Crowley an
Kffortu arc being made to ha i
and outHtandlng speaker to luldrej
tho membership at the next meet
ing details of -which will bo an
Mr Crowley urges ull who cu
possibly do so to attend the soil
erosion field day and meeting at
Dublin Friday to hear II. II Uen
net tho head of the soil erosion
service from Washington apeak on
the tjubject. A school bus has been
provided by H. B. Boswell voca
tlonal agriculture teacher of tht
Breckenridgc high school. Tin
party will leave at 11:30 a. Hi. from
tile Hreckunridge high school
Treasury Chief To
Borrow Hiifc Sums
WASHINGTON July 8. 'UP
Secretary of Treasury Henry Mor
geiithcau Jr. stating that thu gov-
ernment wunta to have "plenty of
money on hand" announced today
that tho treasury will start Hop
day a new serlci of JC0 000000
weekly borrowings through bills
due December 15 Morgcntbeau de
cllncd to reveal how many week
tho borrowing would continue
The outdoor rovival near tha
Stone Church on North Brecken-
ridgc Ave. still is In progress. Rev.
R. L. Davis of Do Leon Is preach-
Ing. Hinging is a special feature of
t.i.. ....1...1 u.m..i t.j.i.. ..i a. ii?
tho icvlval. HcrvlccH begin at 815
each evening and the public In In-
vited. The revival will continue all
next week tiovcral conversions
have been reported thus far and
much Interest is being shown
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Hall, C. M. Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 53, Ed. 1, Friday, July 9, 1937, newspaper, July 9, 1937; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth70686/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.