The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 121, Ed. 1, Monday, April 21, 1930 Page: 4 of 4
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THE BRECKENP.IDSE AaLERICAN. BRECKETfRBDGE TEXAS MONDAY. APRIL 21 1930
Pimm do i
Radio Guides Fighting Planes
- BYRD TOUR
Youngest Of Parly 'Highly
When the ships of the Bytd Anl-
t. 'r F.vpedition arrive In the
nil. a Stales In June nnp '"? the
r.j. (itrTtHtng members will le
Sea Seoul Paul A. Blple of Erie.
'a yorngmt of the party who ha
"it highest romrnendatlcn. from
dmtr il Byrd for the work hPha
dor.p fcini-f the expedition left New
V irK n-rlv twn yprs ago
Inf .rtnatton to this effect was
f .r.'jined In a letter trcetvetl by
i- F.xenjtit r N Qulrl from
Does Good Work
'A .'i if rill rn ronte t Ant-
Much has cntne bark tiVr the
radio of whatthe pjcpl.rn wail
doing an a whole but little con-
cerning any individual except the
ltadPM There have been only a few
words from tnic to tlrnp. of what
the Sew Scout was doing during the
fourteen bleaii months on the irp
Such mMtmgea as did come through
however wer aM to th- effect that
Slple had made good splendidly.
But It wan left for Admiral Byrd
to aum np the Sea Scout's aceom
pltahments n few day ago In a
radio meamicp to the Bov Scout of
America an follows.
S Scout Paul A. Slple Took up
his worV In the expedition as a
man among men He stood regular
tutf limlnhn. nt .kl.il.nH.l k.I
m--. ma.s VH MHJJUUUiU S41U i
turned mnutic into an able wo-
man one a full-rigged sailing ves-
sel. "At the has he was given a dog
team to drire and oon learned to
nanuie uw og in e a Mumougn For th(. flrst mn. n tht. history of aviation a commanding general of
thi soon weni out- on me iai jn urmy urli uajron ha directed the movements of the air
I'aul was given the young pups to I pot3 hy raulo -rt tbe .yjth yunni Squadron at San Bietjo U
Ipliin asm Iiim mil n i t ! .....
....... .... .....u ul iiiunv unc.ui him n hlTp train? fhrollieri formation n !nf rnMil In.' Tlrloaillor Hinsnl
1 . '
1 1 i i jlSS&t
"IXJBVHMsmJU- 4 JiiiaaWT
Jame E. Fechet cliltf of the army air corps shown In Inset la a
bomber 10 miles a way.
team that nnswere-d rails for odd
Jobs erdiirvd eami. As zoologist he
has workpd dHlgently in getting
specimens of Antarctic bird nml
animal life sppndtng many hour. m
cleaning and preserving the skins.
He haa atoo done good work In tak-
itii; depth iMmndlttga in the Bay of
Wholeti nn1 has hMn n kppn otv-
.rver nn M. mnv r..n im irin. W. W. Dyers local business man.
on the bay ice of animal life and I keD" a fftt chickens at his home.
of Ice conditions. Along with the I "0"' ? '" " " ' "'""' DUl ""
rt he haa taken hU turn at men-! hn9 tlvelopel Into a goo.
k.1 tasks such as shoTriimr snow.l tan proposition as. n record
standing nlht watched. Paul Is
Few Chickens Cared For During Spare
Hours Nets W. W. Byers Neat Profit
I'aul A. Slple. S-a onl. Itoy
Fmodl of Amcrb.i. nirillU-r of
llyrtl Antanilc i:ttlltloii
the National Scout offices In New
Sea i?eout Slple. who Is an Egle
Scout the highest rank which a
Scout may obtain was selected from
among thousands of Boy Scouts at
the Invitation of Commander Byrd
to be his personal aid. He soiled
away from Xtw York on August
25 1928. the most envied boy Jn
America with a man-sized Job to
fill on orw of the greatest explora-'
tlon expeditions of nil time. On De-
cember 2 192s Stple with the oth-1
ers of the husky group comprising
the expedition party iwld goodbye!
and loft Dunedtn New Zealand the
now on the whales "Larsen" en-
route to Wellington in charge of
live penguins that we are making
an effort to bring back to the
state and wHI rrj..n ship In Xuw
Zealand" (signed) Byrd.
Slple has since returned to Dune-
din from Welllnjton where he had
rrurge of stowing the penguins
i board the whaler "C. A. Lanwn"
fr the trip to the United States.
At Dunedln he was royally wl-
jmed by Dunedin IJby Scouts
-.aded by District Commissioner
On March 2S "City of New York"
wiBhel anchor wtth Slpte aboard
is an able seaman. About April 14
he ship will stop at Papeete Ta-
hri to take on coal and for neces-
sary repairs. After a few days at
Tahiti the "City of New York" ac-
companied by the "Eleanor Boil-
ing" second ship of the expedition
will cross the Pacific to the Pana-
ma Canal. This 1 the longest
stretch on the homeward voyage a
distance of 3509 mile. Arriving at
kept by him during the past thice
months will show.
During January February and
March. Byers kept a close record
on 150 English Leghorn hens. After
deducting absolutely all expenses
coupled with about one hour's work
each afternoon Mr. Byers reports
that these 1W hens made him a net
profit of $251 for the three months
By United Preni
Th Philadelphia Athletiw won
their third straight game by de-
feating the Boston Red Sox 5 to 3
before 25000 nt Boston Sunday.
Five singles In the seventh inning
netted three- runs for the world
Lloyd Brown Washington south-
paw won his second game of the
season by pitching the Senators to
a 6 to 3 victory over the New
York Yankee It was tin- Yankee's
fourth straight dofeat.
Willis Hudlln outpltched Geotge
Uhle and Cleveland beat Detroit 2
to 0. John Burnett plnch-hltting In
the seventh Inning doubled driv-
ing In the Indians' two runs.
The Giants kept the National
League lead by noting out the Phil
lies 2 to 1 before -15000 fans at the
Polo Grounds. Mel Ott's homer was
the deciding factor.
Clarence Blair's triple and KIkl
Cuyler's double brojee a 3-3 dead-
lock and the Chicago Cubs moved
into fourth place with a 4-3 victory
Wally Berger's home run with
the bxses filled featured a six-run
ralley in the seventh inning and the
Boston Braves defeated Brooklyn
" to 2. Berger is a rookie outfielder
from the Los Angeles Pacific Coast
Deriod. He says that these hens i League club. It was Brooklyn's
will average this profit for at least I third straight loss.
nine months out of the year. Rain prevented the other two
U.R) Tho Texas Aggie
Te.xn- University Longh
meet today and Tuesday
rles that may decide
championship. The teams
sharing second place In
each having last one of
games this year. .
In a se-
DALLAS April 21. JU! Freddy
Myers bone crunching Hebrew
grappler from Chicago and Bill Ed-
wards rough and ready Kansas
City Rtrangler are billed here to-
night In a catch-os-catch-can at the
live stock arena. Parelll who
wrestles under Italian colors will
engage Sam Goodwin New Orleans
flash In thp aemi-flnal event of the
Byer's record shows that the
hens brought in $403.20 during the
three months. Expenses for keeping
the hens amounted to $147.30 leav-
ing the net profit of $256. These fig-
ures go far in showing what other
Stephens County citizens could do
by working a hobby such as this
or even going Into the business on
a big scale. The following record
Is complete for the Byers' hens for
the three-month period:
games Pirates-CardlnaU at St.
Louis and Browns-White Sox at
Hatching Eggs $30.15.
Hatching Eggs $50.45
Culls Sold $ 4 60
Breeding Stoock $7.50
Total Receipts .
Feed shell etc.
Feb. Mch. Total
$78.50 $78 00 $240.55
$7S.50 $78.00 $241.95
. $ 7.W)
129AT) $120.20 $403.30
$40.95 $19.25 $139.S0
$ 2J50 $ 3.00 $ 7.50
Total Expenses $51 CO
Are.-age number of hens for the 3 months lot
Total number of eggs for the 3 months 9497
Average eggs per hen for the 3 monthe. ... C3
Average eggs per day for the flock 105.5
Total receipts for the three months
Total expense for the threp months
$43.45 $52 25 $117.39
the Canal Zone. Slple will see in ' ? Prol '.r '"' lnree monuis
and be greeted by the first Amer-1 Average profit per hen
icon Scouts and Sea Scouts he has j "
Men In many months. The utver&l
Scout Troops and two Sea Scout?
Units are already planning a re-
ception In his honor under Major
R. A. Wheeler. President and Scout
Commissioner J. A. Klemmer of
the Carml Zone Council Boy Scouts
The final leg of the voyage Is a
BODIES ABE SOUGHT.
ST. LOUIS April 21. (U Ne-
groes members of the congrega-
tion of the Hopewell Missionary
Baptists church stood on the levee
hero today watching while a crew
with grappling hooks dragged teie
terday; 'they were swept down-
stream when they" lost their footing.
MAN TO PLAY 6 CHECKER
CHICAGO Anrll 21. (I'll) The
Mississippi River tor the bodies of . busiest man'ln town tonight prob-
their pastor two dpasan3 and a 13-ahlv will he Vewolt v -RinV.
wl.. .. . .. 1 ..... . . ' -
xjii mue journey irora ine uinai year-om gin drowned in an taster i termed the champion blindfold
ionc 10 .ew iorn
thl rnrhnn htnrlr Inrlnatrv t- Tovfia i
baptlimal immersion serv'ce yes-1 checker tatayer Hf the? HUMdrrHiaha JnfHe PanhariMe. ' - H
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Rites Are Held
MOUNT VERNON Texas April
21. iLla Joint funeral services for
a youth and grandmother the for-
mer a victim of a wildly pitched
baseball and the latter of shock
from the news of his death were
held here today.
J Stant Campbell 17 died Sun-
day from being hit on the head
with a ball in a game at Purley
near here Saturday. Mrs. J. Stant
Davis 82 succumbed when inform-
ed of his death. Campbell the eon
of Ben Campbell of Purley made
an unsuccessful attempt to dodge
the ball and it struck him in the
evening's work will consist of
playing a half dozen checker
games blindfolded while shooting
a 100 point pool game. The blind-
fold will not be used during the
DE SOTO T.aa. April 21. (U.PJ-
Plrosant Grove lost a humiliating
decision to thp local baseball simad
here Sunday 21 to 1.
FRISCO Texas April 21. l'P)
Scoring at random Lewlsville piled
up 24 counters to down the Frisco
nine 24 to 9 here yesterday.
CEUNA Texas April 21 (l)P-
With Webster In the mound hold
ing: Gunter High to fo-it- hits Celt-
na won a 10 to 0 decision front tfip
Invaders In one of the faie
games In this vicinity this season.
IIUTCHTNS Texas April 21. m
Wilmer-Hutchlngs high won over
Mesqulte J I to 4 In a baseball con-
BRITTON Texas. April 21 (U.P.)
Brltton pounded out 22 runs In de-
feating the Midlothian nine 22 to 4
In a regular county league game
GRAPEVINE Texas April 21.
(U.R Grapevine' nosed out Carroll-
ton 9 to 8 In a free hitting bxseball
contest hl're Sunday.
McKTNNEY April 21. H'Pi Pia-
no bowed to the local? 3 to 1 In
Sunday's baseball game here Speck
held the visitors to two hits
By United Press.
With a four run barrage In the
eighth Inning the Kansas City
KIups defeated Louisville 5 to 4
In un eleven Inning pitching duel
between Johnny Brillheart and
"Dutch" Kemner of the Senators
Minneapolis defeated Columbus 4
to 2. High hi ta home run for the
TEXAS PRODUCER G2 PER
CENT OF CARBON' BLACK
DALLAS April 21. CK Produc-
tion ol carbon black in Texas total-
ed 228183000 pounds during 1929
according to the current report of
the United States Bureau of Mines.
This Is 62 per cent of the total
production of the United States.
The 1929 pioductlon waj valued at
nearly $12000000. Headquarters for
THE NEW HUMBLE
Millers while Nell hit one over thr
fence for the Senators.
Playing in a drizzling rolr
finishing in a sloppy field. Milwau
kee? made it two In the rurc2&ti
Indianapolis by defeating thl;fln-
dlans 9 to 8 In ten Innings.
The toledo Mtidhens evening tdk
scrips with St. Paul doubling th
Saints' scf" and winning 12 to G.
Featured Jjy "Butch" Henllne's
home.f- the Hens made 18 hits off
Bekola and Murphy
Loans On Automobiles
and other personal property.
Notes refinanced. Monthly pa
ments minced. Reusmta
R. O. CAMP A CO.
Over Moolwortli. Phone S55
Just the sound of Rice
Krispies crackling in milk
or cream makes you hungry.
And how good these toasted
rice bubbles taste!
Delicious with fruits or
honey Use in recipes in
place of nutmeats. Maca-
roons candies. Order from
your grocer in the redand-
green package. Made by
Kellogg in Battle Creek.
A Gangland story
followers of the mob!
Furniture. Stoma. nin.-.i.
KejH fur any lock. Springs for
any phonograph file saws mu-
cninH ground lawn mowers.
If we can't fir It throw li
away. Rpniemlwr call 409. Wo
call for and deliver.
333-335 E. Walker St.
Established In 1922
mriw-nfcmt of &.5l
JOE E BROWN
Mack Sennett Comedy
.Camp fire Songs I
Dance II all GirU!
Published Every Monday and Thursday In The Interest of A Greater Breckenridge
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EXIDE SALES & SERVICE
Complete Generator and Ignition Service
HOB'S BATTERY & ELECTRIC SERVICE
120 East Elm
MOTOR REPLACEMENT PARTS
Acetylene Welding Machine Work Rebabbiting
Phone rf C" W S
43 IT. C. UlL Rose
Save Money on your Varnishes Enamels Paints and
Wall Paper at
THE PAINT & WALL PAPER STORE
4hJii Ml 125 Wet Williams
How's This? Washed or Greased. .. .$1.00
Jutt Installed the nrwist wsu.li rack equipment.
Call Fur and IMIwr J'liene 25
STOKER SERVICE STATION
XOi) Kal Walkrr .street
We Have on Hand Used
PANS AND MOTORS
Se Us Before Buying
CITY ELECTRIC CO.
113" N. Hrrckenrldge Ayr.
0 S. HOWELL
Plumbing & Heating
Kohler Electric Plant Dealer
8M N. Urckrnridge Ave
!ox 515 Phase 30C
For any make of car
Springs rtnrched &nd rrpalrrd
11RAVRR MOTOT? m
Phone 1015 K. Walker SU
S. Howell Tells
S Howell of the S. Howell
Plumbing 4 Heating Co of 'Breck
enridge can prove the advantages
or installing a Dickey Septic
Tnnk and disposal plant which
adds to the general healthfulness
of the homo and occupants. Mr.
Howell sells and Installs those
plant In any home and at a very
If your home Is not equ:-ped
with the proper sewage dlspostl.
il is necessary to have th j sani-
Most of ihe modem and beauti-
ful homes have ths home con
venlences that furnlih im-h an ad-
dition and proves the ical aid of
Severn! expert worktirn are
maintained in the .shop and they
are able to give qui k and effi-
cient plumbing service the yr
VISlTO'ftS TO HE ESCORTED
' IIV TEXAS COMMITTEE
AUSTIN April 21. UJ-A com-
mittee of reprcsentaUve Tereans
will ' be named by Governor Dan
Moody to meet a Wisconsin com-
mittee being appointed by Gover-
nor Walter Kohler and escort them
to the Rio Grande Volley the Tex-
as governor announced today.
Shop Has Best
Local Company Deaver Motor
Leads In Motor Co. 0 verba u 1 s
No Job Is toe large or too small
for the Kelley Roofing and Metal
Shop owned by G. L. Kelley. They
sell the beat quality of roofing ma-
terial as a reasonable price and
line that is sold at a cheap price
also. The shop does any kind of
work on roofs that you may wish
them to do. Their work 13 done on
an excellent basis and by efficient
Real roofs are worth more to the
comfort and health of the public at
the present Ume a always. By con
structing a new roof on an old j
home Is a money saver for home I
owners. Houses are kept warmer
gas bills are cut down and econo-
my reigns supreme. I
Let this company figure with
you; estimates are given cheerfully
without any obligation.
LOJiKS FOU FIRST TIME.
WASHINGTON April 21. (UJJ
Tom Zjichary veteran New York
Yankee southpaw had his first de-
feat in two years charged to him
today. He won 12 games and lost
none last seasorv But his first start
of the 1930 season resulted In a 6
to 3 defeat at the hands of the
HOOD DRUG STORE
R. E. HOOD Prop.
Opposite Courthouse Phones 603-604
Come Here and Be Pleased
Bodies Fenders Tops
Breckenridge Auto Works
E. Walker and Front St.
Service Station & Garage
ROBERTSON & BOYLS
Phone 170 302 W. Walker
The Reeves Tire Co. Is the home
of auto accessories and an expert
place to get your ear repaired
washed and greased. This add 100
per cent to the motor and general
appearance. Using the leading
brands of gasoline and oil handled
by company your car will run
without any trouble.
But the tires Selberllng Tires
are the best and you are certain
to get placed If you use them.
Services of automobiles Is an
everyday Job with employees of the
company. They take one of tne
commanding leads in furnishing
tir3 for the use of thK motorist
and tires that stand the wear nnel
tear of almost any weather condi-
tions. The company Is located on North
Breckenridge Avenue and any vis-
itors are 'welcome to vlilt the place
PORT AU PRINCE. Haiti April
21. (U.PJ Eugene T. T Roy neu-
tral candidate under the Hoover
commission's plan for pacifying
Haiti was elected temporary pres-
ident of the-republic by the coun-
cil of state today. The election
The Deaver Motor Co. Is noted
as one of the bait and thejre is not
type of automobile that he or his
efficient helpers cannot repair.
Jobbing car springs are a specialty
with Mr. Deaver. He carries a com-
plete line of all types of springs
and Jobs them at both retail and
It is a privilege to enter the re-
pair shop since the ear U com-
pletely overhauled and looks like
new when you leave It.
In his stock will be found parts
of all types of cars In order to be
able to give sprvlce on every car
brought ir'or repairs.
With 17 years of experience the
general public may well realize the
prosperity and growth of the local
Deaver Motor Co. Judging that the
business has gone through such
stages of expansion since It was
ROME HAS BIRTHDAY.
ROME. April 21. (L'J'v Rome be
came 2683 years old today and the
'greater part of Italy Joined her In
' celebration. All Romans lolned Jn
( observing the holiday created by
Premier Mussolini several years
ago to replace the old "red" labor
Gifts from etery land. Complete
line Party Goods. Remember
loved cni with a good photo.
Phone 267 117 E. Walker
For All Makes of Can
W. H. COOK
Phone 207 200 E. Walker
STOP AT THE SAGER HOTEL
Rates $1.25 $1.50 and $2.00 Per Day
"Where the Traveling Man Feels At Home"
L. PARKER Prop. Breckenridge. Texas
Try Our Vuletor Pressing Service
ANDREWS & FORREST
CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS
Service That Satisfies Call For and Deliver
Made to Measure Clothing
123 West Williams
"THE TITLE TELLS THE TALE"
STEPHENS COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY Inc.
Texas State Bank Bldg.
ROSS ELLIOTT Mgr. P. O. Box 68 Phone I9J
(Guaranteed turbine. Year)
Battery Recharging and Repairing. Generator and Starter Work
KLUMP MOTOR CO.
West of Courthouse
Royal Portable Typewriters
Sell and Service All Makes
Phone 801 124 S. Court Ave
ASPHALT SHINGLE ROOFS
Figure With Us
KELLEY ROOFING &
G. L. KELLEY
Built a'p Root that stand the
near and tear
Barrett Boned Roofer
Day Phone 532 Night 877
C. A. LOCIIABY j
General Auto Repairing Josns-
ManIlle Brake Lining
Road Service and Acetylene
Phone G3 718 E. Walker
GOOD MEATS I
(Government Inspected) I
Fish and Barbecufef
S27 W. Walker
Drink Mineral Wat t one
- ... lur )uli
Delivereel In 5 Gallon
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