The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 268, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 11, 1928 Page: 2 of 6
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THi-J UuhCKHNKlDUl! AMKKlCAN
njllD-iV SLl'li.nlHlOfv II Jllih.1
Although the making of peach
lc cream Is almost universally con
fined to the month when Iresh I
peaches arc available this dcllci-'
our nnil popular dessert could ho '
mnde successfully nt any time of
thr year SittlnfacUiry supplies of
preserved fruit nrr nil thnt In
herded Freeflruc produces u sllRht-
ly better preservation of the deli
cate fresh fruit flavor for Ice cream J
but canning hil the advantage of
lowef costs of production and dis-
tribution. The tcmrn-ratitrf of milk used in
making cottage cheese In one of thr
tnnnl Important factors In produc-
ing cheese of good quality. Ior thr
licit results' thr milk should hr keit
ril at M deuces Fahrenheit If
JHnslblr from thr time It I ob
tmnrd until It It made Into cheese
AVlth thr piMnlhlr ixcrptton (it
thr cigar wrappers and binder din
trlctn of Connecticut and Florida. '
tobacco plant need mote potash lr
thr fcrillltrr than It commonly sup
piled to them In order to prevent
pntftKh hyiRer" While It In true
that thr ptanta may attain Rood
olr when supplied with only small
quantities of potash In proportion
to their needs the leaen are likely
to he or poor quality itnd light In
weight unless the deficiency Is over
One ot the reasons for the nipld
spread of the Mexican bean ixctle
Kits ability to travel long distances '
A beetle marked by depnitment of
agriculture workers to measure the
distance of flights of thin jr.t was
found after 2f hours three milts
frnrn the point where It waa re-
leased and another rns picked Up
our days after It n.n llbcrnted .Vl
Since the discovery that the In-
clusion of dry skim milk In the diet
of growing chlckn aids In prevent-
ing rnccldlosls. a marked Incrensc
has bfin observed In the uuc of this
product Ih jiotiltry fcedi
IWDKR WKBT TKXAS SKIKK
HTAMKOrtD The WTCC motor-
rade of farmers studying Califor
nia agricultural methods rescncu(
Ama. California Sept. 3 .
-LOCKNKY A deal has been
rfiade and contract drawn or a I
new $5000 hotel herr construction
to start nt an early date
STItATFOrtD- This town Is to
fava a modern steam laundry
which has been deeded for come
MULMNS A member of the
Texas Experiment Station has been
demonstrating control measures
for worms In poultry here
DEI. niO- Thin year's building
receipts almost treble Inst year's
helnc IWJ3.035 for elRht months
which Is $191332 more than twice
the total for 1927.
HKND The cornerstone for the
new school building here was laid
COVDADA A 1W1 foot building
with a 25 foot frontage Is under
O'OONNELL Trades dny whh
celtbiated here for the first time
September and was featured by
distribution of J100 In gold.
HOHWEUL The Itoswell. N. M.
new roof garden H situated on top
of the White office building ft I the
corner of Mnln and Third
nOOKKR. Several noted speak-
ers will be on the program at tin
community fair In September.
HIO LAKE Three new brick
residences are being built here.
McCAMEY State Inspectors pro-
nounce the McCamey JfiO.OOO school
building one of the best In a smnll
town In Texns
TAHOKA- The T-Har school has
sold thejr recently Issued 15.000
JUNCTION: Continct hnn been
let for the paving of the streets
SWEETWATBK Sweetwater will
mark her nnme on buildings with
nrrows pointing north and to the
nearest airport for the forthcom-
ing lr races
KOUT STOCKTON The Lions
Club here may sponsor the plant-
ing of elm trees as a civic develop
TUrtKET A great number of
men arc working on JlOO.ono school
hulldlng and the $30000 sewer ny-
PLAINV1EW A city air port Is
being planned by the Hoard of City
LUHHOCK The largest herd of
registered cuttle belonging to one
person was purchased by the Lub-
bock county agent recently
DUMAS. A herd of 330 yearling
steers were sold here to be deliv-
ered to the purchasers by Septem-
I 1wwimmi.m4.. (tni i
"Xou CHn laitc ii ruin "-
doesn't pay to pick on th'sc backbiters."
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Tfrra mL?"Zm I
1 ?A tH&arOiti 's. yf
ymi HERE we I
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Republican Majority For
PORTLAND. Maine. Sent 11. D
Maine went Republican In the
Statu .l.rtl.n vPHtrr.lnv morn than
" ..... i
iwn to one rue uepuouenn mn-
Jorlty for governor which Scnntnr
Frederick Hale nald In a campaign
sHpch must go over 10.000 "or the
rest 4f the country will say wo
have lost our grip" iviih upwards
Thin was the largest majority
ever given a candidate for governor
In Maine the nearest approach bc-
Ing the Republican margin of 65-
346 In 1920 In the presidential elec-
tion of 192 Coolldge carried tho
state by a plurality of 96176 over
Davis and by a majority of 85.091
over the combined vote of Davis
With 44 precincts missing nut of
the 033 In the Stato the voto was-
William T Gardiner. (R) 114.212.
Edward C Moran. Jr. (D) 01-
764. For Senator.
Frederick Hale R) 141339.
Herbert E. Holmes (DJ G2.IG7
ENccpt for one precinct In Port-
land where spill ballots delayed the
counting all the missing precincts
were very small towns Gardiner
carried every county In the State.
He carried all the cities except
Hlddeford and Lewlston both of
which are normnlly Democratic by
Congiensman Cniroll L Reedy In
the first District Wallneo II. White
Jr in the Second and John E.
Nelson In the Third till Republi-
cans were reelected by substantial
majorlllei. and Donald W. Snow
Republican won nn easy victory In
the Fourth District The closest
contest was In the Second District
where the Democrats had made
their hardest campaign their nom-
inee for Governor and Senator both
being residents of that district
Governor elect Gardiner Is n
graduate of Harvard where ho
took an active part In football and
rowing He Is a World War veteran
and a former speaker of the Molno
House of Representatives. His
home Is In Gardiner and he Is a
law partner of Congressman Nel-
son. Senntnr Hale was reelected for
his third term The three Repub-
lican congressmen reelected all
have served srvcral terms
Contrary to prediction of a heavy
vote freely made during the cam-
paign thr total vote was about
j 45.000 less than that cast for gov
ernor In 1024 the last presidential
i election year wnen Brewster. Re
publican defeated Patlangnll Dem-
ocrat by a majority of 36655. In
the last slate election two years
ago the tots.1 vote wan 181.521. and
the Republican mnjorlty foi govor-
nor waa 20.028.
Four years ago the Democrats
carried five cities for govornor -nnngnr.
Rlddcford. Lewlston Old
Town and Wntervlllo-and nno
county. Androscoggin. Yesterday
Hlddeford which went Democratic
ln1924 by a vote of 4180 to 1035
remained In the Democratic col-
Rural Free Delivery
hL. &i -jmL m Mw(r
tMiLL ' fe
Kinsman of Hoover
Resident of Breck
States towns and communltlis
boast with ptlde when they furnish'
a native non or an adopted citizen
lie a presidential nomlneo of one!
ol p "mJor l'rtles.
A I''"c" ' urod
for such an evont.
It falls tc tho lot this time of
Breckomldgo being tho homo of a
cousin of one of the presidential
lcori Team Wins
The Acorn .stnrc junloi basubnl
team ban been dubbed the junloi
city chump They won tho righ
to call themselves the Junloi load
ers as a result of their defeat of
the Christian Church Scouts Mon
day afternoon on the church dia
mond. The score was 5 to 3
Both teams had won one gamo
from each other and tho guinea
yustuiday was the deciding tilt of
the soason end nlso tho last.
The youngsterB will pack nwuy
their suits now until next year
when It Is planned to havo a regu-
lar league accoidlng to I. E. Jolly
manager of tho Acotd Stoio kids
A eyes will now be turnod toward
football Plans aio now being
formulntod -to organlc a football
Icigtio among tho various scout
troops Mr. Jolly said.
Here Is the lineup of tho Acoin
Store and Scout teams which ploy-
ed yesterday afternoon. Acoin
Stole Dnmeron c; Causer p:
Jonos. ss; Sattei white and Kout
cf: Smallev 2b; Hnys 3b; Hodges
lb IKipklns if: Phillips. If.
Scouts- Teddllc. p-2b; Addlngton
If: Carney.' p-3b; E. Teddllc. 3b-H;
Webb lb: Whlto. c; Elllngwood
ss.3b; Durett rf; Pltror Boyd
WARRANT FOR l'ANAS.
HOUSTON. Texas. Sopt 11 P
A capias warrant was Issued here
today for B. P. Panas president
nnd oiganlzcr of tho Houston Loy-
alty I-aw League.
In Issuing tho capias the cor-
piratlon court clork Bald Panas had
rolused to answer nlno different
summons Issued for traffic law vio-
lations. On fivo occasions tho cloik
said he telephoned Panns whose
only comment was that "I am not
Punas Is In Austin.
PERU COTTON SLOW.
LIMA. Peru. .Sept 1UP Peru's
cotton movement Is slow about 0
pel cent of tho crop being unsold a
ipreul bankers' Hilrvey shous Yhe
estimate of the 1928 cotton nop
placed the unexpected wield at
200000 hales or 20 per cent below
that of 1927.
umn by a voto of 1011 to 1511 Lew-
lston tho only othor city lost by
tho Republicans was one of the
fow places In tho State to show an
Inoreaso In Its totnl voto the Dem-
ocrats cnirylng It In 1921 by u votu
of 6177 to 1098 nnd yoaiordny 6817
to 3043. This Is tho home city of
candidates Heibeit Hoowr by
name Dr A W llln hmnn is tho
While tho G. O. P. nominee wnn
in West Bianch California in his
visit west he was a guest In tho
homo of .Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bran-
son. Mrs. Branson is n sister of
Tho following Item Is fiom the
West Branch News coucoinlng tho
Mr. nnd Mrs-Jt. W. Binnson of-
fered the hospitality of thulr pleas-
ant homo Just east of town to the
(lozntlH of Tfnm'pr tnliitil'nu wlifi
I .. . .i..!... ilr h..
I reception for their distinguished
kinsman Heibeit C. Hoover on
the occasion of his homecoming.
At tho noon horn a Intge party ate
luncheon ut the Branson home and
In the evening dinner was solved
I to seventy mcmbeis of the family.
Small tables weio usud for a part
of tho group nnd trays facilitated
tho buffet service for tho othcis
Tho Hoover 1 datives who shared
the icunlon woio Mr. and Mis.
Horbuit Hoovor Herbert Hoover
Jr Allan Hoover H. Davis Hoov-
or. his wife and daughtor Mr. and
Mrs. A. J I. Plmberton (Mottle
Hoovei) Mr. and Mis R. L. Pem-
boitou nnd Mr. nnd Mis Gordon
Meltwcdt and daughter Lot en
Iliculow and family. Walter Whell-
7.0I nnd family 'Mm. Alice Hoover
Sloat Miss Cora Hoovor Mrs. Ella
Devaul Mis. Alfied Omundson
Mi. and Mis. Lin Hoover Mr. and
Mis. Ralph Hoover and Floyd
Hoovor or Clinton; Mis Bcssio
Miles Wilson of Lenox; Chas. E.
Hoover of Frlendswood Texas; Mi.
and Mrs. Guy Harvey of Sulem;
Mr. and Mrs. Mnliciry and daugh-
tor of Lenox Carrie Plummar of
Colorado: Mi nnd Mrs Allen J.
Hoovor and daughter of Rublo;
Mrs. G C Hoover of Washington.
D C ; Mr and Mrs C L Hoover
of Fairfield and Mi and Mrs. O.
O Yodei and Mi and Mrs R. W.
' Binnson Twenty-fhe lomalntd
all njght with the RiitiiMo'iH
IS NHUUE DAY AND I
ALSO LoVZ? ALICE DAV..
NOW SHOULD I MARRY
ONE OF THESE DAYS .
v- . FRED BLACK
DEAR J FORT BEWiNC GA
rtl C ' " ' "
NOAH- SHOULD I 2TRIKK
pay Dirsrr- wodltd the
DUST RAM OUT?
(Q Y w
Despite Fall In Texas U. S.
Tl'I.SA Okln. Sept 11 (D Dp
nlte nolleeabln decrcnees In dally
production In nlf coast southwust
Texoe Texas Punhandle and enst
ccntrnl Tpxrs oil fields in both
heavy and light nils dm Inn the
week ending September 8. relatively
Inigu Increases In other flrtdn nil
over the Unltod Stntes made up the
deficit and brought totnl Incrensc
of S080 burrela over dully produc-
tion In the wok ending September
1. i ccordlng to current report of
the Oil and Gas Journal
'n Oklahoma fields during the
week an Incicase of JMB barrels
were reported. The totnl of 705ST)0
barrels however Is BSGO moie tlmn
will be allowed by the conacivntlon
ntocrnm In effect Moiidnv. Knn-
' temher 10 accoixllng to the state
Seminole field In Oklahoma fell
short (luring the week by I03ri bni-
rels Weal Tehaa area Increased 0039
barrels. The total mld-eontlncntnl
area Increased 85M barrels.
Total dally production for the
United States during the week was j
estimated at 2S03.S32 barrels.
Face Hard Task
SHEHMAN. Texan Aug U'rt
Kotti Texas conference games only
one of which In to be played nt
Sheiinan cause the first season
for Cecil Gregj? and Joe Ward as
head nnd assistant coach nt Austin
college more than the usual diffi-
culties. Added to this Is th ne-
cessity of training n number or new
players to fill places mndo vncant
In the 127 machine through grad-
uation nnd otherwise
The schedule for the Knngnroos
September 27 Duinnt Tonchers
College at Donlson.
October 6 Oklahoma City Uni-
versity at Oklahoma City
October 0 Abilene Christian Uni-
versity at Dallas Slate fall.
O'tobei 12 Texas Chtlstl?n Uni-
veifllty at Fort Worth
Octobei 20 Howard I'njne Col-
Irge ut Sherman
Oc'tobcr 28- Southwestern Univer-
sity at Abilene.
November 12- Dnnlrl Bakei Col-
liege at hi own wood.
November 23 Donton Tenohura
i oiiege at Sherman.
Novomber 2!) Tilnlly Unlvorwlty
A tompornry schedule for Y. M.
C. A. members until tho weathor
becomes cooler has boon nniiounced
by w. H. Morrison sectotury of the
nnslcolball pinctlco nnd gomes
will he ready to got under way in
tho nonr future If the Weather re-
mains ns cool as It has been in
the lust few days Mr. Mori lion
said. Until tlion. the schedule be-
low will bo tho tempoinry activity
OyninaslicH and cnlasthonlc will
bo Diluted soon Mr. .Morrison said.
Horo Is the tempoiniy schedule:
I Senior Boyn.
n is -Business Mon.
0 3C Employed Boys.
I "(.30 Young mon.
I A a in Mauled Ludlos.
I l 15 p. m. Juniors.
7 p m. Employed women.
j 8.15 Husbands nnd wives.
I 5:15 Buslnois men.
I Thursday: t.
6:30 Employod hoys.
I 7:30 Young mon.
v a. m. .Morriou women.
ISMS Ruilnowi man.
7:00 Employed women.
0 a. m. -Props.
10 a in.- -Juniors.
11 a. in. Intormedlntes.
2 p. m Junior girls.
S p. m Sotiioi uhls
.MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS.
(Including games of Sopt. 10)
By tho Associated Prom.
Batting P. Wnuer Pirates .382.
Runs-P Wonor Pitatos 130
Runs Bnttod In - Bottomloy
Hits P. Woner Pliatei 209
Doubles- P Wmicr. Piratos 18
Triples p Waner. Pirates 18
Homers -Wilson Cubs 30
Stolon Basos Cuyler f'ulil 20
Pitching- Benton csinntn won
23 lost 0.
Batting Goslln Senatois 38f.
Runs- Ruth. Ynnk-i ll'i
Runs Batted In (;-Iihk' Yon It j
Hits MbiiuhIi Browns 2n7
Doiiblou- Sehulte Brownn M 1
scl. Ynnks II
Tilplos Combs Y.inlt 10.
rlomeis -Ruth Yinln 18
Stolen Base.) Myei Ucit Sox 25
Pitching Hoyt Yanks won 1
. WOLVKh INFEST .lOIIVhON
1 CLEBURNE Tcr 111. .sept ll.U'Pi
.Inhnsnn county will have the sei
viccH of a professional votf luiliti 1
to lid this seitirn of the l.ivnges of
predatory animals Dcelsion to lo-
' oato a wolf huntei in tliis section
ivas made ut a ronfen nee between
C R I uni'on of th I' S itepint-
ment i au'i irulun. uml the John-
son ounij comruis iuin 1 iu'i'1 A
bount iil-.ii his htcn offeied tt 011-
coui.i tizi n iu aid m cxte.ndn-
atlng woives ana coyotes.
A TRUST AND
Harken fiucKnioon of 1928'
Yolt will be fighting this year
for old Bredk High; you will
be fighting for the loyal fans
of Hreckcnrldge who are bnck of
you 100 per cent: and you will
be fighting for yourselves
don't forget this last one for
It Is Indeed mi honor to play
under the flng of the Green and
White but theie W one thing al-
ways to remember football Is
tutor all only a sldo Issue; your
education comes fltnt last and
You can play both games well.
If you will lako them both ser-
iously. Fall down In your studios
nnd you do yourself nn Injustlco
from an aducntlonnl standpoint
- nnd you nte a traitor to the
school nnd fans that nic ardent-
ly behind you No football
championship was ever won wIMi
half of tho tonm sitting on tho
bench because of low scholastic
A little earnest studying this
year will reap you wonderful re-
sults both for the Intel est of
your personal self nnd the 1928
Huckaroos. Don't He down on tho
Job this year.
(WHERC THEY PLAY)
Club- W. L. Pet.
Now Yoilt 00 17 .657
Philadelphia 89 10 -010
St. Louis 75 C2 .017
Chicago G5 72 .171
Washington 65 75 .1(51
Detroit 01 78 .139
Cleveland 59 0 .121
Boston 19 00 .353
Club- W. L.
St. Louis 81 51
Chicago 80 58
Now York 77 56
Plttslniigh 70 til
Clnulnnati 73 01
Brooklyn 67 69
Boston !! 87
Philadelphia H 03
Boston 5. Washington 2.
Chicago (i. Detroit !.
St. Louis 5. Cleveland 3.
Only games scheduled.
' National League.
Philadelphia 11-2. Brooklyn 0-7.
New York -1-1 1. Boston 1-0.
Pittsburgh 7 Chicago 5".
Cincinnati 7. St. Louis 2.
WlllOlir. THEY PLAY TODAY.
Philadelphia at New Yoik.
St. Louis nt Cleveland.
Chicago at Dott nit.
Cincinnati at St. Louis.
Pittsburgh at Chicago.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia.
Now York at Boston.
FIGHTS LAST NIGHT.
By tho Associated Press.
SPRINGFIELD Moss. Maxlo
Rosenbloom New Yoik won from
Homer Robot tson Boston. 10;
Scoops White Worccslor. defeated
Mickey Polo Now Yoik 8.
JERSEY CITY. -Bobby Brown
THE OLD HOME TOWN.
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Coach Shotwell Starts Week
With Three Teams and
"Boy how It tin Ills you"
Approximately 100 rabid fans
were lounging around Buekatoo
field yesterday afternoon and be-
fore the afternoon was over were
of the undaunted opinion that Hip
1028 Buekuroo football team Is go-
ing to bo a whiz.
Conch Shotwell had three com-
plete teams running signals yester-
day afternoon with almost anoth-
er crew filling In now and then.
We would sure hato to have the
Job of selecting a first sttlng from
thut bunch of tioya who were out
One thing Impressed the stands
more than anything else and that
was theie was plenty of spirit and
fight In tho blood of those youncr
sters -they have to have It for o"
one can absolutely cinch a bet"'
with all that material out and oriv
From tho looks of thing yest. 1
day It appeals that Coach Shut '
well Is already forming a fit -t
string team In his mind.
Two moro promising youngHtu-.
wcio out Monday afternoon foi I In
first time. Neb .aiafonotls yuini;
or brother of Jim and George Y.ni
fonctls of past Buckaroo fame ami
who has graced the Green ami
Whlto uniform himself before ie
ported for duty for tho first ttm
Ho Is a little off form but looks
mighty good. Cecil Carey shift
little brother of Tioy Cmnv mil
nppeared in unifoim for the fliHt
tlmo also. That's tho yoiinm-t-i
who looms out as a futuie star
Max Robot tson and Bus Ll:n
havo a meriy fight on for the
(unrtoiback honors. Llgon is the
passer par excollcnce while Max
lias a slight edge on cnirylng the
hall. That position will never In-
Cox and Mnngucss t ho lntti r
from down Comanche wa. an sine
showing up great guns at tin- 'w
guard positions. McClaln and 'li-e
Corey 1110 putting up mcn imtiii
for the wing posts. Beadle i im
Ing Captain Dolbeit Downing a in-.
slo far tho pivot position.
About 20 aro digging In fni tin
back honors and twice that num
her for lino bcrtlm Boyce Manx
ncss Is fust developing Into the
host punier on the field. He Is
hooting far and wide.
With the opening of school th
gtidstoie drop off to one pioetl.
a day with slaill practice possible
at nights. .Scrimmaging will prob
ably got undor way this afternoon
West Indies knocked out Sam il
veiboi-g. Detroit. 1!.
BUFFALO N. Y.-JImm- C I
rich Buffalo and Pete Pet mile
Fargo drew 10
PHILADELPHIA. Benny M.ik-
Philadelphia knocked out Haw.
NEWCASTLE. Pu Wo Willie
Davles Charleial defeated L'lls
Cnrpontero Toledo 10 Howard
Moyborry PitUhurgh defeated Al
Lovoll Toledo. 0: Geotge Comvnton.
Rochester won from Bobb Belford
Altlnnco 0; Tom O'ljcary. Clevr
Innd defeated Johnny HiiK'Reit
Pittsburgh. I; Tony Canonl Cleve
land and Harry McManus Cleve-
land drow -I.
ITS THEM DARN HORSE SHOE
PITCHERS- I NOTICED OWE
OF EiA FOUUOVMED TrAT
HORSE iTWO BLOCKS
AIHtN PKPVt yui
IIIU I'lwisi'li in
CTATCVl AGEAT VV KElBC.TWK?. THtHie
HORSE SHOE? ToiSCROARH COIHCt Too7tn
NAHBN HE FOliML. THEY HAD S7&IJEM POUR
NEW SMOffS OFT THE IrXpRrSSS
fiJACOH H ''- THIC AIO.'NIN
w. d. 11. bV
Tho.v're off! Every rnlleire. ulu
vemity nnd hlgli school In ToxTw
havo opened theii football trnlrtj;
Ing for the coihIiir season :!
And old llreelt High Is moro itM
off. they'ie gone Most of tho llrht "
and prellmlnniy tialnhiR schenilo
In over for the Huckaroos Conch
Shotwell In beginning to lino up
teams and Is putting lliein through '
some tough slgnnl practice each nf
ternoon lie had threo teams tun-
ning yesterday afternoon uiul Wh
almost n fourth bunch follow
around and looking nn
Willi (ho opening of school In-
day another rnw of hos nlt le-
port for .lu' nnd then tb big
fight foi tl r ote I po'itloii will
be on ih lit t Jut v one pimti.r 1 m-
loil a ! iv will be held bin if 01
with nos-it.iv kul! pi 1. 1 r nt
A few new ones reports for the
flst time M.jnd-tv iJiiiunn
Amnnu I'n in 1 Neb Z it ifi 1 lis.
hulfhm Iv Tii 11 a not mm h use
to tell the 1 nt about till r?
fonettsfimii 1 eryoneum nlu is
Neb n 1 mil ' "' venrs back well
as his hhi 1 .(-hi Ing htoih 1 '1111
nnd Hk.u'i Vi'i loolt t-ooii but
lots of oil vii have tn I). ! ic
by this li '. 1 eat nut 1 f v of
the otln 1 u . 1 j Ui.it .tie i.t( f.ir
the h.-ti k lin-"lHiili
Llltle (11-tl ( :iri'. also reporti d
Tot his ri 1 -f vi out Mnn.l i V 11
nnd how hi l 1 . n. Sotm otii I 1-
Ing to h.lM- to lutstle to h i' t
younx"! 'i on for 1. n. .i ti e
Big llii Sih Millie f. v iiiiilllds
IlKht" I tii m hoi-. I t
Woodnnit 1 wn Mill it 11 11
unlfiitm foi ti riit Mi 1
day If ti it t .y t 1.1 -t i In
Haft .mil iii ri shnjii .iti 1 1 v.
Hir line 1 in I "i cnt-iv hit 1 t. ne
Now. he ! 1.1 If thii' whut
eoiiehet i'e 1 niiiR f r
(JiilloMii.v hi? blond miiiHi f mil
rlr.it fnioti Hi' anil v h n el
'11 W 11 riintlt ill mill tliin tin 1 1 iv
linn.- lot 1 ti. -( t I 1 .
ihle nn 11 t mi entci f.i 1.1. In h
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Hodges, Wesley D. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 268, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 11, 1928, newspaper, September 11, 1928; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth70898/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.