The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 25, Ed. 1, Friday, December 27, 1929 Page: 3 of 4
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rBE BRECKENRIDGE AMERICAN. BRECKENRIDGtf TEXAS FRIDAY DECEMBER 27 192'J
i News of Society
By THEODORA II1NRICHS
Showing At Palace Saturday
Charloa Whit of Seminole Okli
pont the Ninas holiday with re-
latives in thlB city.
Mr. unU Mrs. W. L (lilcn of
Jranbcrry visited In the homo of
'heir Hon. J. Gllc of this city.
Mr ana Mie A M Smith have
returned to 15rcckcnrld(;c alter
spending the holiday s1th Mrs
EASTLAND WOMAN IS
BENEFITED BY IT
Smith - mother In Waco.
Mr and Mrs. G R. Mos-hxiu
and on. Max and Mr. C. I Barn. -of
Iraan sipent Chiintmns In liter U
enridpe at the homes of Mrs C H
liarn and Mr and Mr T I.
Mr nnd Mr' O R Mosshold' i
left Thunday motninR for Newaik
Olilu after receiving a meMnge of
the death of Mr Moi-holder'a moth-
er. Clifford Hanadnll. -indent of
Tcxub Tech Lubbock htn returned
to pend the Christmas vacation
with hi parent.
OKtiATONK JIAS I IKTUNI.Y
HFXI'EU MR OVElt A VKAIVS
TltOCBLK AND I AM VERY
GLAD TO SAY A GOOD WORD
rOK nV SAYS OIL PLAN'S
I Paul Hawk is upending the holi-
tday In lircckenrldRe. he has been
i mending Texas Unlvenity
Piano name i sptnduiK e few
days In Dalian at the home of Mies
Fire In Hoover's Room
Runs Officials to Old
WASHINGTON IXc 27 IT)
President Hoover's cabinet met to
day in sut rounding icmlnlsecni of
i laiiy iiiuuHaii inavuij.
Clyde Waltcts employed by the
Phillips Petroleum Company of
Bieckcnridge was Injured on
Christmas Day at 8 30 when the
motorcycle he was tiding was hit
by a car driven by Fred Hays em
ployeo of E Li Fanner.
Hays made n. left hand turn In
front of the oncomlnp motorcycle;
both were coming west down Wal-
ker sticct and the accident took
ploco on the corner of Front :ind
Walters is undergoing i treatment
at the Medical Arts hocnltal
.ILIA HMM5 aid MARGARET VVVCHLRLy
in 'THE 13 CHAIR '
OrK'.'on. ha- eertainl hclpy.
trte over . rar' trouble and I am
Kind to give ttiU statement foi I
have been woru than benefited by
it -aid Mn. John Fchl. of 1307
!-ojth Seaman. Eastlsnll Texas
wife at a prominent contractor nnd
i i man
I iiiffend from stomach trou-
ble" she continued "I had to be
very careful of thp food I ate for
fear it would dlnaRicc with -me for
often times I suffered severely
from Indigestion Gas formed on
my stomach and I would fcvl full
puffed and bloated. I had a tired
sluggish feeling and was tired and
worn out all the time and didn't
have any pep at nil. I was reatloss
nnd nervous and didn't get the nro-
C. n. Spauldlng is spending a
few das In Chtckaiha Oklahoma.
C H FulWiltJ of Amarlllo Is In
Hreckcnrldite on buMnen
M P Blaeknoll of Hangn wa.
a vlsitoi In town Thuisday
D. O. Talbot of Golthwaite was a
visitor in Ijreckenridgc enroute to
Last Day of "Say It With Songs" At Palace;
"The Thirteenth Chair" For Saturday Only
Three Burn To
Death In Fire
On Colo. Ranch
Child Run Down
By Car And Killed
DALLAS Tex. Dec. 27 (UP-
Aftcr Cecil A. Collins Jr. 2 had
brcn struck and fatally injured by
nn automobile here last night a
passci-by took him to a nearby
ft nit stand in scnich of help.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ai Collins
were visiting relatives at the stand
i md wcie among therrst to sec
Thev 3at. around a Ublo uied by
President John Adams In the room CIIAHOP.O WITH MUU1JKU
when Lincoln slcncd the emanel- nm SHOOTING STUDENT
patlon proclamation. It win the OKMfLGRn Okla Dm 27. (UP)
first cabinet meeting to be neWlriH?' Simpson lead and zinc min.
tho While- House ntriifr ' Ince th--las. cmnpan mploe wat in Jail
Roosevelt administration. .
GREELEY. Colo.. Dec 27. (U.R-
Two snnll children and their moth-
er wfre dnad today from burns
suffered when their ranch home
neat Biiggsdale was destroyed by
Hie following explosion of a cook
itnt'n In thft kitnhpn
While Claude McKce attempted the bruised body of thelp son
to save his wife fiom the flames
his two weeks old son and thice
yeai old daughter who were asleep
In the house were burned to a crisp.
McKee was burned about the aims
and hands. His wife ran ftom the
burning home her body' scared.
She died later In a hospital here.
Two othei children escaped uninjured.
The child died of ji fractutcd
hull shott.y after bchv; taken to
11 Commodore RiRgs of Giahnm
spent Christmas Day In Brecken-
rldge. J. E Lucas hau letuincd after
spending Chiistmns day in Kansas.
Frank Gllvun Of Fort Worth Is
spending tho weekend In Urecken-ridge.
One hit after ano'her'
Tha Ik what AI Jolson H doing
in tnlking and Ringing pirturrs.
S'iv It IM- Snngs" whirli ii plny-
i mg fri iln Ini time todav i h-
Palace Theatie is anothet Jnl'ot
hit. This famous tni s.tit has-
producod in It nvh t outsiMidlng
aMrartlon which rank- nlon;' witil
his pievlcus succe--3e" 'Tho Jaz:-
"Jlnsrer and 'The Sm:ng Fool"
In "Say It With So igi Jolson
features such popular ong hltj tt
i.ltle Pal Seventh Heat on'
'Used To You" atiu sevtial others
Dftvey I.oe of "Strttin l.'ool" fjine
.nd Mai ton Nixon mo "gain ' '
.n the cast
Hard Boiled Hampton" the 'alk
ing comedy on the pioiam Is nlao
en outstancii'.g altrartion ofo'in;
Mrs. N. J. Nnnney and son. N. H.
many hearty laughs.
On Saturday only the Palace wnl
present Conind Nngel and Leila
Mvrms in the all talking niysleij
plav "The Thiitcenth Choir' iii'.-
of f r- a new iirnnd of tin ills wkh
ghosts a RliH'-tly ctime. n baffling
myteiv and a dtnmatic dual of
wits hotwern detectives nnd a gplnt
medium seeking to save )di drtugh-
t r ftom suspicion. While In tho
main the plot follows the original
stage drama the uncanny effects
nnd deft handling of detail) make
it a more vibrant stoty.
One of the Collegian CDmudles
called "Giaduetion Days" and a
Paramount nound Ncvs will also be
Opening at th.- P.ilacc on Sunday
w Cecil B Dc Mille's gteat set ecu
pr amoupt of sleep nnu some ictt today lor nan Angeio 10 visn
nights would roll and tost all night ' with relatives. N. II. Nnnney will
tnnv t hn.l n ti-rrllitn rnan nf POH. SDCntl tllO rCt Of tllO WOk in Sftn
stlpatlon nnd was continually tnlt- Antonio.
jng some sort of strong laxative all -. ... . !
h" . Louis D.ilchoa Is a hinmcsH viki-
me umi tUoi in McCamey this week
Orgatonc was advertised to . J
uih'" ' '"i jiaiitio ..u i jr nI1 j1K lyne .in
the radio one day I decided to give i IlrnUJnK B fPW dnj.s in Dallas vvi'l
ii it inm i nave jui utnen one uu.- inlntlVL'S
tfi and vou should rec me now. I
am feeling better now than I have
Baby Bride Sue:
foi a long time. My stomach itou-
1)1. has disappeared and my dlgoa-
tlon is back to normal I sleep fine
'yery night and nil that tlr.nl
worn out feeling n gone I seem o
have more life anil c norgv I do
not h.sltate to recommend Orgi-
tone for It has proven Just the
medicine for my c.im
Genuine Orgatonc mav he b'i'it
in Bicckenrldgc at the Howcn Drug
A I'uhlU 1hen:ro
last Times Today
Another hit for Jolson
SHE and HEAK
iSAY if WITH
HiSt Dmey lee
"ilard Itoili-d Hampton"
Trj nnd (Miess It'
'Ihi. thrilling nster
pl.i) ulth thrills gasps.
AT 'IHI'. TIILATICLS I'ODAl
Ijtwt day of Al JnUon in .-iv
It With Songs al-o Haul llullid
Hampton" talklni; niedy
Richard TalnmdR in 'lin f
I ' also "Snnnhlm D.uk Mm
nil" coim dy and "A e of Siotlanl
1 IIIUI.I 1
Today onljft Com .id Niig'' Li il v
Hyi.nm In the all tilling m ui.
p-itLir "The Thirl ei.th Cliali
t..leglanM" nnd Pai miount
lllrhnrd Tnlnrndti in
llei" romedy and eiia!
Co-Ed Teams In
The intcr-cla.-if cage tournament
bing played bv the boys and guU
of Re Smyth's Co-Ed Stinduj
school class will be ended tonight
at the Y M C A. gymnasium
when four boys teams fight it out
fur the championship of the hoys
Team "D" raptalncd by Jean-
nctm Ko.ii won the girls' round
Thursday night at the high chool
jrymnaium Lester Youn Edwin
Miller EIIU Hughes and Bus L:-
gon arc the four captains of the
teams ochcduled to ploy tonight.
The c panics lire faM and well
executed ones The public i invit-
ed to watch them free of charge
Rev Smvth Is arranging gameJ
with Kurt Worth teams and he an-
nun-. t' ut hi will take four i
croun fi. in hen t p'ay t'u Foil
Win th Jri11'' i'ij'.abi . ext week
M - J. PA
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On ipBraa alii.'
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Visits Dealer Here
Thesv unusual circum'tTic-s
were brought abou' by a fire '
vhlch destroyed the prelden's
executive offices last Tu sd.iy I
night. Soon after the rabtnvt meet-
Ing today Mr. Hoovei atrnng d ;o
move Into his ntmptu'.us uh in
the state nnd wai hi ildir . n
hii own (piatters can bo iob n
Tlie historical furnishings '
Lincoln Rtud also include to i
chairs which were us. d bv the jIi
lnet of the gteat mnanr.p or
These were occupied by membi :
of the Hoover cabinet today.
Before the Roosevelt ndminisir i
lon all cabinet meetings were he'd
In the White House In 1903 how-
ever an executlvo office wa bmlt
at the vxtrcme west end of th'
White House ground Thi- In
been used as the Piesldent ih ad
quiuteis for transaction of al' of
todav while uithotltles ptfpaied i
munler rhu . igamst him
H' it ' t I ' iJt nigh' td lli n.
ryotta Officers after shooting Chas.
Henry Wl.llamson lt-ycar-old Hen-
ryctta High School student whom
ho thought w-aa stealing peanuts
Charles and his brothei Richaul
'.vole hunting In the field on a 'ease
where Simpson lived Richaul was
not wounded On? of the rifle bul-
les pierced the o'her youth's heart.
Best Purgative for
t -v . v. a.
the congestion reduces com-
plications hastens recovery.
Mi J. D. Edwatds iciiroscntlng
the Btunswlok-Balkc-C ol 1 v n d e r
Company manufacturers of Bruns-
wick Radios and Pnnatiopcn with
hctidqunitets In Dallas spent aev-
i ial (iayi last week with Oscat
niickman dealer heie for Bruns-
ick pioducts. Mr. Edwards while
h-ie made complete Inspection of
ill Htunswick Radios and Iann-
loiies whiih is a seivico ho will
loiulci dining the coming year at
Inst nvoiv thirty to sixty days.
This gives ths owner of these pop-
' ul it modvls an opportunity to huvo
aildit.on.il expcit seivico which is
i pail of the Brunswick guarantee
ui h itt ifartlun. This additional sui-
v rr is ncqulied thtough the cffoiU
ol Mi Glickman who is constantly
on tin lcokout to. better scru his
SHAMROCK Tex Dec 27. U.P
Bums suf feted when a boiling jiot
I of coffee was spilled threo days
ago on Junioi Taplcy 8-montlis-old
ptovcil fatal Thuisday after effoits
of doctot i to save the child's life
haa proved fiultlpss. Junior was
the aon of Mi. and Mrs. J. W. Tap-
ley The coflec pot wa. accidental-
' lv nvrrttn npd nnd .snillnil dnwn thn
fiont of tho child's body facaldlng
The new tepott fiom Wichita'
FalU that heavy rain fell In pattl
of the city and none in the test1
.ecalls James 13. Fcigusons famous
claim that the weathci was his
ally in helping piodtice bumpei
ctops on pilson lands duting the I
yeais of nls admlnUtuition.
The oCSicers and officials of The Great Atlan-
tic & Pacific Tea Company unite with the
store and office personal in extending their
sincere thanks for the generous patronage
given to owr stores dwrSng the past year and an wishing to all
A Happy Prosperous New Year
t m i
llb dmrad Nusrl and
ljo Cvllcglaiw and
IMMMUiUlt Sound Nnb
Is a Prescription for
Jold.s (iiinno Mil
XV. I 0 via ha Vurcau
Tho marital voa''o of Graco Par-
sons 1 1 above whoso wedding a
year ago ci rated a sensation bo-
catirto nho was only l:; and her
husband was 21 has ended In (ho
dlvorco count.. Sho filed suit re-
cently In Omaha
SA'I LROAY't VIM: UKST
(Cciyrlght 1020 by United Prci
WKAF NBC network 6.00 P. M.
C. S. T. - Damrosch Symphony
WABC CBS network -S. 00 P M
C S T -Otayhar' Mr and Mrs
WEAF NBC netwoi k 9 00 P M
C S T Lucky Strlk'e houi
WABC CBS network 0 00 P M
c s 'I Pui amount houi
.17. NBC nrtwoi k 9 00 P M C
S T t'h.cago Opeia
nilious KcM'r and IMalarht.
It Is llio most hpeedy ri'imdy
i i'i Imm f'( t R uho i 'calm is
WOK N'W Yoik '100 P M C
Js " Phllhannonlc Symphony
U VA NBC iulsotk - 7 m P M C
sl 1 . f'rillif i . Iirmr
DiHlKUU WABC CBS network i 01) P M C
QUICKLY RKMKVKI) BY THIS
Here's a doctor's piescnp'jon tnat
it! really thtoat insuiance Sol" or
iuitatd tluoats ate rcllcv. d and'
Koothed almost instantly with the
voty first awajlow aooih au per
cent of all coughs aie caused bv an
iirltutcd thtoat; consequently for
mobt coughs loo there Is nothing
b-ottcr than this famous ptesrrip
tion it goes dltcct to tho internal
rait'ie. It Is put up under the name
Thoxlne nnd is guaranteed to top
coughs and relieve sole tluoats in
15 minutes or your money will be
iofund-od. Slngcis and speaknrs find
Thoxinc vcty valuable
The tcmatkable thing about
Thoxinc Is that while it tetievts al-
most instantly it contains nothing
harmful Is pleasant tasting and
sale for the whole family. Ask for
Thoxlnu 35c UOc and J1.00 bottles
Sold by Star Dtug Co. and all oth-
ei cood dtus stores. cAdv )
GREEN BEANS lb. - - 14c
NEW POTATOES lb. - - 5c
Plain or Quick
FRESH TOMATOES lb. 14c
CELERY large stalk - 14c
iwnm.i ii ii rumrrcMJPj.. dj'i.hih'im Miwairai
Bananas Golden Ripejb. 6c
fossa Cogas 0 c'n;f 3ts
Campbell's Tomato Soup
Quaker Maid Beans
Cans 263 S
GROCERY and MARKET
222 ti. Walker St.
COFFEE Peaberry pound
Coming Sunday foi- 3
Cecil 1$. Dc Mille's
Tlie uTccn's (ii'vatvst
I " H" I t.
Today and feat.
'o man could ntcU
him no blaik' could
picicc lits heart!
.l Uu deiith del1ug
rrnuil who'll hilie our
breath aw to. In
W nf ScotlJiid Ynrd't
S T - Majestic Aii Thcutei
WICAF NRC netwotk 8 15 P M
CRT -Atwatei Kent houi
WJSS NRC ni (work J 15 P M
V S T Master Musicians
-m - -
DALLAl" Dei t'7 (U.P-Pieltm:-r.ar
to the quadrennial general
confertflii of the Mcthodljt 13pib.
cep-il Church. Mvuth. to be held
neie next Jiay. ositcjais oegan a
four-dy scries or meetings today
The arc n!tu looking to tlie
meeting uti Jan i:S of the commit-
tee of UQ0 in thatgt of inango-
Tncnt Moro than 10000 dekjOtea
.Ind vhitor w: exjected to attend
thc May oetslon to litt three
The piogratn v. .11 be tentatively
chartered thU cvcn.ng by clcilcal
and lay officials who will the
dinnt'i guusu of Di O. I Coopci.l
presiding elui r of the Dalla dis-
1 1 let
LOS ANOfciLDS Due. 21 (U.Pi
That tho nevntp.ipeis of the euunt-
ly perfoim a jt.it m rvlec in keeiv
in; tht public tin hi hI on noiva of
the fourth w.n Hi iieclaiiilion of
fiKleral Agf V lv. i d J. Ilctuiint;
on he juci-' l i ... i to ijult the
bench and t'Ltui.i i . "aw Yotk to
resume hU private Ir.v practice.
CORN Country Gentleman No. 2 each - - 14c
N. B. C. Fancy
A&F Grapg Juice . . . B.e SSc LJ'; 4Sc
Yfskon Olsnger Ale at as
OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 2 for
TOMATOES Fresh Hwne Grown lb.
GRAPEFRUIT Texas Sweet each - - - - 5c
LETTUCE Hard Head each 5c
Full Line oi Seasonable Vegetables
PORK HAM half or whole lb.
Extra Special Saturday Only
BUTTER Sweet Cream Country Style lb. - 40c
PORK LIVER pound 15c
Fancy Bulk Elce
Plenty of Dressed Turkeys and
Touad 5 d(
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Hodges, Wesley D. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 25, Ed. 1, Friday, December 27, 1929, newspaper, December 27, 1929; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth71021/m1/3/: accessed November 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.