The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 189, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 9, 1930 Page: 2 of 4
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THE BRECKENRIDGE AMERICAN. BRECKENRlfcGE TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 9 1930
TcIcpiioiiG No. 5L
WNCXNG II JUDITH
BEGIN 1IKHK TOI1A1
Judith Gran' artists nv del. i
lives in Gretr.wich Village with'
Chummy Money a. lovely girl who
lott her memory seven vesra i?n
when Man steyne her lover dls
nppoarod Steyne returns but
Chummy does not recognize him:
he and Judith fall in love and he
tells Judith he never loved Chum-
my anj never knew Chummy lov-
ed him. Howovor. Chumm regains
her memory and Steyne feels in
honor bound to ask her to marry
him. Judith gees to the teacher
Ouarycnlu to study dancing and
accept the offer o! rich Bruce
Gideon to star her in a musical" er. juay."
Show " desnite Ktevne'. wnrnlna- But vcu said hc wasn't clever.
IWi U UbV'.t
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inmmi' accmcniauy learns Thai
when hr first came back to her.
er ! .t d.turb her.
m.-i ! u w IlkUKllIkU tjtljtli; !
i:OW GO ON WITH THE STORY
Judy and Clara Junks came out
fcf Guarvenius' house together lt
wa a very hot Afternoon Summer
h J Fuddenly descended on the
laiidr-tK; asphalt etrcoU were soft
tre reTk of saa smoke wm nau-
seoui and every clly sound was In-!01"'"' '
tenaif.'1 a hundredfold and yet It' "Oh!" mid Judy
was ou' the bejrtnning of spring ! 1' a whispered exclamation.
Cara Jenka was there because I J"' a t"tt expelling of her breath.
GuHti-nlus had been kind enough Thoughts were tnkl-ig shape in her
throng Judy to make her free to wind Fury and hatred and rc-
jie hi big rooms for prnctlco. Her jve"Bc had betn seething there for
jit in the theatre duologue re-
i-. -.--. ..L.it- ... ... I
iii 'i runic iu-nRuc uiiu Kyiii'
r.av. dUrelflK an. I "he had evolved
s-im Anpamiiiiy funny steps.
i.o .was al-n si a trinsformed
being these dsv Prosperity spoils
-ma'.l-r.inire'! foiw hit it makes
blg-natured onc he '111. Clara
was blpssonnng H-1 blunt face.
humorous eyee and mo jse-brown
lair would never be beautiful but
he wis not nearly o plain as she
had Ix-en a few weeks ago
th.v turiuHl Into i.ne of he
busv streets the traffic held up a
large Imiouslne In which snt h man
and 'oinn The man was hand-
'i me well past his youth with
.mcs in his bronzed face that told
".if hart living. He had u grizzled
mniilice and dark hair Ho wns
'eanlni- toward the woman gazing
a' her- tsorbed interest talking
an marel obviously finding In her
the oae thing that mattered to
Hie-rompanion was quite young
Ghc JijVII yellow -brown hall thnt
grew-fiund her pale face in rather
fantastic curls Her nyes were
vivid "turquoise blue Judy's chief
unpn'sHlon of hei whs Jhnt she wns
hoieCa"d that she looked cool on
this sultry day swathed in trans-
parent -black with n large string of
peaIjj' of fabulous size.
That's Gertie Clarondon. that
wus-' said Clara excitedly. "Do you
remember her at the Victorian?
She was only in the chorus."
Poof How cool sho looked'"
sighed Judy. "Yes I remember tier
She is Mrs Evetglndo now"
C .ara. went on. "Thai's her hus-
hanrt with her '
He liK-ks swell '
miii' Han't you remember tho
Brushing Up Sports
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UY& So SOGE. HE CDOLW
BuThe tuoyuD SlAST
THE BAUT&TftE QffCHER;
J?V 6AMETIME HE
Best the nrdvoe
Three times inT&e
wedding' They said lie divorced
his first wife to marry her'
"Lord' He must have been cruy!
Anl her only a chorus girl"
Yen. a girl like you and hie
no better. ' said Clara stoutly.
"Not an ounce of cltverness In her.
I mean you and I could both give
her fit. And there she l. sailing
about lr.a car as big as n bUH and
wearing pearls as big as marbles!"
"He must hve been crazy" re-
peated Judy absently.
"He was doad crazy. Ycu sec
that's ihc wi with girls when
. . - . . ..
"Not clever tit her job. I meant
l but clever as the devil When It
.... . . . t
mo w nooKing oa twgiaiie. you
bsl" &h? nt thc klnd of lrl
ft enrtn IlKr Mint mnrr iaM
"Hut lie did marry her!" Judy
said with a sudden snap like a fish
I "Oh. yc. he inarrl-d her ' all
"You goose' Became ho was mad
about her und rouldn't get her any
ony. nut never anv conertnt plan.
Thr v?ntt nnnn ... nnk tVtn t.I
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itsie i mat ooo wirte-aced blue-
"yed. v llow-hal-ed gtri 'n (he big
ear and thc handsome man hang-
I '"K ver her. hi3 eyos nllht his
pleasure hers his will and his life
Jtist. a .couple of toys In her hand.
That was an Idea' Everglade had
' been mad about Gertie Clarendon.
I "nil he had to marry her. Perhaps
"i lioglnnlng he had thought that
'"he wns "net Ihe sort of girl one
could many" Peillaps she had
been to him only a "llttlo Judy
Grant;" but Gertie Clarendon had
been clever Judy laughed ns if
something had jiniuied npr
Before she reached home Judy
bought an evening paper. One of
the first things flic saw wns this
jasmin sings ana uowciviiscn
I r'ays at Mr. Hrucc Gideon's big
jiarty on Park Avenue tonight.
Judy read thc half column dt
voted to Gideon's entertainment
very raiefitUy Theie was n de-
srrlptlon cf thc tialon which she
learned for Ihe first time was the
most beautiful room In New York
and of Ihe music room where she
had danced to Guarveiilus And
Gregor Gossteivitsch who hail
played to her was to play to the
guests and Carlo Jasmin tlve great-
est living tenoi was to Bing. and
the flowers were to cost so many
hundreds and the supper was to
be served at separate tables In the
picture ga'.l'ty on the floor above
She read that Madame de Tores.
Mr. Ottleon . sister was acting hos
tess that she was tamnui fcr her !
elegance and perfect tnsto In dress. sketch of you
and that slu would probably wearpverk!;"
I.e inhniflcFnt Albcnza peails. I She laughed.
Judy s hought-. want back to thc "Oh but tliHt
sQm. -. .
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n Jk yw
) m AkfhM
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i?r aA$ $$.&'-'- t VVA .: Tffif
cW WEATU UOSKEN
Y CHELSEA UOUSE
girl iti the car She vrjM probably
be 'her1-- Gertie Clhicndon but
little Judy Grant couldn't oh
fh" -llu i ' know a i
In c;!('.ui' teal x u: il only the
two m three uninteresting men who
had been to lunch with them and I
xvhoobvlnufc.y belonged to his busl-l
ncss life. For the fitst time she l
learned from thc paper that he was
Interested In Transatlantic Oil
from which he derived part of his
enormous fortune. She really knew
wry llttlo about the man.
She had not seen Gideon since
th day when she had overheard
thc two men talking in Storna-
way's studio. She had written to
say that she could .iol lunch with
him on tho following day. He had
answered also In writing asking
her for thc day after. She had de-
clined that to. saying she was
All th rest of the day she
brooded Frequently theie rose be-
fore her mental vision the pale
curl-framed fnce of Gertie Claren-
don a cborui girl no better than
That night Judy was at the
Lemon Giovc. and her kindness
lifted poor Dumont Into thc seventh
Two afternoons later she went
to Stornaway's. She was in radiant
spirits. She had had a wonderful
lesson that morning. Guarvenius
had actually praised her and called
her "my bird" in Polish about a
dozen times. He had albo said that
she would be ready In less than a
year He wanted her to go to Purls
and tcld her thut she was not to
worry about expenses. Was she not
like a daughter to him and would
lie not be repaid a thousandfold
when she took thc world by storm7
Judy really began to think that
she must be going to be a gicat
dancer. Somehow she did not mind
what she took from Guarvenius
He was making plans he told her.
for her to live with n i dative of
his In Paris a Polish lady married
to a Frenchman. They would look
after her He wasn't going to have
Judy running about the Quaitlcr
Latin hs she did about Greenwich
Village. She might get Into ruli.-
chtef and spoil all his beautiful
Stornaway welcomed her e.igcrly
"I've hecn wondering what had he-
roine of you" he told her "I stup
Idly tore up your letter and foi-
gct your address.
"Fact Is I've been awfully busy"
said Judy. "I didn't think you were
so very keen on the sittings Mr.
Stornaway; but I ought to have let
you know when the week was up"
"1 shall be very glad to have you
he liald In his urbane way
always suggested that he
lived In a world with which there
was no fault to find.
"I haven't dared te touch that
We must get to
Is not woik. Mr
Stornaway You Kalfl you wet only
doing It for Jok"
"I didn't say 'foi' a joke'. Miss
Judy. I said 'for my pleasure' " he
j And she smiled back having
ncnrd from his own lips that he
li'na flnlnr If fnr Zittnn rHrintt
UW...Q I .w. uiiiuv illctri.
'Bt x ll wan V0" for solc
more serious work" he went on.
i.vc t to nl tha Prlncr!18
Ellzaheth in again. I'm not satis
fled with her. I'm booked to de
liver the canvas in August."
They got to vork at once Judy
In all the panoply of Tudor royal-
table in thc heavy skirts thc sweep-
ty. She always felt more uncomfor-
ing sleeves nnd the close red wig.
When ihc sitting was over
Stornaway offered her tea; but she
refused lt and bade him goodby.
"I say. Miss Judy!" He detained
her with a light and kindly touch
on Jicr shoulder "Don't think me
meddlesome hut I've hecn rather
wcrrlcd about you I know about
your dancing and all the hard work
11 means and mcdel work can't pay
you anything to speak of. Aicn't
you rather overdoing It? I should
hate lo think of your being over-
worked when a little help"
She knew he was not speaking
for himself ns it were. Some Infal-
lible Instinct told her that She
thiew back her head and laughed
at him with mischief In her pansy
"Mr. Stornaway you pay mc
abcut three times as much as any-
body else" she said; "and your
work is much easier. I'm much
obliged to you but t don't want
The artist's eyes rested for a mo-
ment on her shabby clothes.
"Have you seen Gideon lately?"
he asked Irrelevantly
"No- not for several days. Were
you at that grand party of his?"
"Yes." Stornaway replied. "It
was a gicat show. Would you like
to have been there?"
"Rather not!" she snapped
"What would I be doing there?"
"Gideon thinks a lot of you Miss
"Dees he? I've got to learn why.
He's been very decent lo mc about
"He bcllcvcn In you. A man like
that can be a very good;friend."
"No doubt. Mi Stornaway. I'm
very .grateful to Mr. Gideon for
whaUhe has done"
She was not giving herself away
She was quite convinced that thc
artist was pumping hei trying to
get at her real thoughts about the
rich man. No doubt Gideon had told
him to do so Mr. Punch wanted
to know whether she was piqued
or alarmed by his sudden neglect.
Well he was not going to know.
Her nebulous plan was revealing
itself as a definite game.
Stornaway made an appointment
for thc following afternoon. She
felt sure that Gideon had put him
up to it and she was pretty certain
that the milllonirc would turn up
She was light. He strolled in. as
if by chance toward the end of the i
sitting Stornaway stopped paint i
lng at once and Judy lelcased by
a tiod from her stiff pose yawned
and stretched hei slender arma
high above her head.
(TO BE CONTINUED)
(Continued From Page Ont)
to re-write men In thc city
room of his paper.
Thus when a dlrly gunman
with a silk glove on the left hand
with which he wielded his pistel
shot l.lngle In the back of the
head in a pedestrian subway he
neath Michigan Boulevard on
lune 12. lt was natural to assume
that gangland was tlenipting to
intimidate the press. Thc Tribune
itself voiced the theory that their
reporter had been slain because
he knew too much about gang-
land. Then slowly at first light be-
gan to fall op other phabes of
the crime. Col. Robert R. Mc-
Cormicli. publisher of the Tiibunc
heard rumors that Lingle was no
Don Mcllet that he lived In a
hotel kiiltc far loo expensive for
a police reporter.
Investigation of his private life
and his finances revealed Lingle
as more racklttr than reporter
If was learned that he had used
Ills position with the powerful Trl-
oune 10 aci as a go-geiween lor
gangsters with the police. He
was sb friendly with former Pi
lice Chief William Russell thst
the two were reported to have
had a joint brokerage account.
which at one time was built up
to $200000. He was an Intimate
of Scarfacr Al Capone and vas
Caponc's house guest at Miami
It was inevitable that the Llnsle
minder in tho light of his gang
and pohcfl connections would have
far icaching effects on the Chi-
cago anti-crime war. These ef-
fects Jand tthe1 personalities ithey
involve' will be' the' subjects of
further dispatches n Oils series.
Sweiiah c.lteh production during
th tiist vear arr.otvnte:! to 61.C00
tens against 1S.731 tons dvrinS'dS'-
tee previous year.
Border Smugglers Use Dogs And Barrels
HARLINGEN July 9 (U.RV Frus-
tration of thc attempts of liquor
ninnt'rs to transport liquor out of
thc Laredo and Lower Rio Grande
Valley couhtry Isn't so difficult for
Only two xutc lead out of this
C2MijIIc stretch of the Rio Giande.
Bui Interrupting thc continual
stream of llqnor across the rlcr to
the border country Is another mat-
ter. Liquor running has become n
pastime with nrany Mexicans. They
ate not dull -these characters and
t-he-lr chief delight is hoodwinking
the border patrol and prohibition
offlcem. To do that they Are con-
tinually Involving novel schemes
that will keeb them at least one
jump ahead of the United States
And because of that enforcement
officers say that attempts to smug-
gle any considerable quantity of
liquor across thc numerous intcr-
national bridges long since has . country often arc brought across
been abandoned. So has thc use of I in goat stomachs and bladders. The
boats which are found to be too i consignment Is lighter and less bul-
cumbersome. . ky that way and It is n simple mat-
Thc neatest wrinkle enforcement I tor to bottle and label It at some
officers say was one encountered adobe hut hidden in the thick al-
rccently. A barrel filled with bot-. most Impenetrable brush.
tie llquois was sealed airtight on j
the Mexican side and placed In thc i
river. Thc barrel barely showed ;
above the surface of tho water. It
s easy for a Mexican swimmer to
push It flcioss one of th many
desolate stretches In thc lower Rio
Grahdc territory. If hwimming tho
By RONALD W. WAGONER
United Press Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD Calif. July 9.
IU.R- Teaming of players a popu-
lar trick of the studios during
thE silent picture eia has not sur-
vived thc coming of the talkies
Almost nil of the old tcanio
which linked prominent names on
thc silent screen have disappear-
ed n. review of Ihe Hollywood
film lots shows.
Hal B. Wallls production execu-
tive at First National and husband
of I-oulse Fazcnda prominent
actress fiankly admitted that he
believed thc teaming process no
longer had a big box office ap- j
"We do not believe In teams but
rather stress excellence of stories
and super pei formances in each
individual lole in the talkies."
Wallls said. "We also aie com-
ing to the point where we are
sine that the talking picture au-
diences wunt a variety of enter-
tainment outdoor pictures strong
dramas broad comedies and musi-
cal pictures. This is not the sort
of a program that promotes team-
ing of any two players no mat-
ter how popular each may be."
It was stressed by Wallace that
First National had abandoned sev-
eral of the studios most promi-
nent teams. Charlie Murray and
George Sidney and Jack Mulhall
TAYLOR Texas July 9 (U.R)
Making an estimated 10000 bands
a day the Chapman No. 5 on thc
T P. Simmons lease continued to
flow today. Thc well came in Mon-
day with h cra&h that unloosened
tho fittings and made thc flow
SHREVEPORT. La.. July 9. IU.R)
Loring Oil Company's Bowman-1
Hicks No. 10. f-located a quarlci
mile cast of Alsan Brothers' Boons
No. I wai completed Tuesday.
flowing 25 barrels an hour after
' two-inch tubing had been installed
at 2420 feet. It was the tenth cast
without a failure in the whole east
MEXIA. July 9 UP IiKh Oil
Company's C. O Wright No 1. .t
wildcat from tho 1370-foot sand lo
Cited four miles north of Mexia.
near the Worthamoil Field came In
Tuesday for an estimated ptodue-
tion of 150 barrels u day of 30
SAN ANTONIO July 9. UR An
other producer is reported in th?
Muckelroy pool aata. county. The
No. 1-B Trfcvlno. cf Eddingtou et
al. came In for an estimated 20-
000000 feet 6f gas at a depth of
12S0 Ycet ahd liter was said to be
kpraying oil iwWch Ecreapei to
about V0 barrels dally along with
the volume of &as.
CANTON Texas. July 0 UP -Work
on deepening F Smith well
located nine tnile southwest of
Canton was started Tuesday. Thc
well on thc B. P. Hervey lease
block -was re-opened after having
been drilled to iUVpretent depth
several years ago. Deepening of the
tet-t has revived interest in this
FORT WORTH Tex.. July 9. (U.Ri
Moves to ecure proration of the
Penn pool Jr. Ector County were
taker under advisement by the
State Rtilrosd Corr.niisiien Mcn-
Proponents of tUe curtailment.
rlver becomes toe risky. It Is a sim-
ple matter to tl a light rope lo a
dog and send him across. The ic-
cetver on the Texas side then can
station himself petlinp? one hun-
dred yards awtij' In the- undcrbiush
and pull the consignment across.
Nor Is that the only purpose to
which dogs are put. It Is known
thnt they had been used to bring
across consignments of morphine
heroin and other dnigs each of
which would run Into thousands of
dollars. The Inherent trait of yelp-1
lng however makes them worth
less where thc river is vlatrollcd
Not all of the liquor that flows
across the Rio Grande is bottled In
the brewery where Its label indi-
cates. In faot enforcement agents
believe the majority of it Is not
and for that reason is very insanitary-
Mescal and tequila especially
two popular liquors in the border
Despite their efforts lo prevent
it government agents know that
considerable liquor Is seeping into
central and North Texas. While
hBhv..avs were watchf d
meticulously last year a steady
streams was slipping thru It hud
and Dorothy Mackaill no longer
run in double harness. Murray
and Sidney aie cast independently
as is Mulhall. Miss Mackaill now
is being featuicd in First Nation-
Wallis pointed out that sepaiat-
ing of teams did not necessarily
result in thc ci cation of individu-
Richard Bartholmess and Mar-
ilyn Miller under long tcim con-
tract -arc the only stars on the
lostcr of First National which
once included Colleen Moore Cor-
Jnne Gtifflth Billic Dove and
Alice White In its galaxy.
Among the former teams now
broken up arc Ronald Colman Tid
Vllma Banky John Gilbeit nnd
Gicla Gaibo Kail Dane and Geo.
K. Ailhtir Wallace Beety nnd
Raymond Hatton W. C. Fields
and Chester Conklln.
As usual there is one outstand-
ing exception to the rule. Polly
Moian and Mario Dressier are go
ing strong in a series of come
Laurel and Hardy ihe comedy
team of the sllents also continues
to find favor In the box office.
Their work however is confined
entirely to short subjects.
W L. Todd vice president of thc
Simms Oil Company cf Dallas; and
R R Penn Dallas independent op-
erator argued that much oil would
be lost by cvapoiatlon by execsive
storage and that undci ground
waste would result by peimitting
thc maximum amount of oil pei
cubic foot of gas to come fiom the
wells depleting the gas supply.
SAN ANTONIO Tex. July 9. (U.R)
Two new producers have been
completed in the Pettus field. Bee
County. They art the No. 1 Beasley
of thc Houston Oil Company flow-
ing 150 ban els dally and thc
Glasscock Brothers No. 1 making
25000.000 cubc feet or gaa and
barrels of fluid
PRAIRIE HOME Ectoi County.
Tex. July 9 01 R Oil men of West
Texas aie watching closely the
test of II L Wuitz. of HoiiahaiiB
one mile south of here known as
the No 1 K. A Ibei tson ct al Thc
tett has topped the salt high a
fact not looked for by oil men
geneially and It Is in entiiely im-
Jexplcred section ainund which
many leases have been sold.
Flier Plans for
Fourth Long Hop
LOS ANGELES. July 9. UR Up-
daunted by disaster which ovei-
took three of his planes intended
for trans-Atlantic flights Lieut
Harold Bromley today revealed
plans for a fourth attempt to fly
from the United States to Tokio
On his previous flights Bromley
planned to travel alone but he now
Is tasting a slngle-motoied Emsco
monoplane whlcli will carry a ladto
opeiator and navigator in addition
to the -pilot.
Biomlcy's initial attempt ended
liTacoma Wash. when his plane
crashed In taking off The second
plane crashed near Los Angeles in-
juring the test pilot and the third
craft was demolished in an acci-
dent on a Southern California des-
ert. RETURNS. HOME TUESDAY.
C A Davis returned home Tues-
day .from i. week's visit In Ratcn
New Mexico. Mr. Davis' fr.i!y will
remain in Ritcn during the cum-
them mystifies t" a carlot hlp
ment of whit purported to be Rln
Grande Valley cabbage was enter-
ed In Oklahoma and found to con-
sist largely of liquor. Crates of
Cabbage lined thc walls of the on
but Inside were hundicds of cases
of liquor which was valurd tit maiiy
thousands of dollars. '
The owner was never nppichond
ed. However a check of thc rec-
ords showed that several other cars
had been billed on caillcr in the
season by the same shipper and lt
is presumed. these were filled with
liquor. With that discovery prohi-
bition agents began to wonder what
portion of the more than 25000 cars
of fruits and vegetables shipped out
annually from this section consist-
ed largely of liquor.
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CLASSIFICATIONS: Trie fol-
lowing headings arc arranged
alphabetical and numcri-al for
quick reference. Ordrr classi-
fication by number.
Automobiles . . .-. 2
Business Service 3
Financial -. 0
For Rent Jf . x
Dining Rooms . .. 7-A yv.
For Sale Miscellaneous 81 (l?v
Investments ." v' ?
Leases For Sale t- 10 f
Livestock and Poultry 11
Lost and Found 1
Money To Loan .'8
OH Propositions 14
Professional .-... II
Real Estate For SaJo 17
Real E3tatc For Trndo ...... IR
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Is authorized to make tnc rollowlng
announcementsAaubJect to the ao-
tlon of tho Democratlo primary of
For District Attorney:
BEN J. DEAN.
Fori District Clerk.
MISS MABEL WOOD (Rfi rleot-
lon). For Counly .Mule.
JESSE R SMITH
W. J ARRINGTON P.r e. Hon
J W. MORROW
RAY E. HICKEY.
J. F. CHASTAIN.
H. W. SAYLE (re-election).
For Tax Collector
A. H. DOWNING (Rc-clcctlon)
G. W. BRANTLEY
for County Clerk;
BEN GRANT (Re-election).
For Counly HupV. of Publlo In
IMn) MILtfF BLACJCBURU
Jrnr C"minlwioi!e rity:L Ni 1.
A U SULLIVAN.
J W RAMSEY. (Re-election).
P D WILLIAMS.
R 3 TAYLOR
Fur CmmnlsMoncr Prrct. N( Z.
W. M GUEST (Re-election).
lrnr County Connir. I'rwt. Wi. It:
I. K. KTRKLAND. (Reelection).
W. L (Iynn) MARTIN.
Fur Julleo of I ho I'pjico I'recl
No. I: -
J. W. CAHTLEA1AN. '
For Constable ntrct. No. It
L. R (Dick) McFALL.
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Hodges, Wesley D. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 189, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 9, 1930, newspaper, July 9, 1930; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth71186/m1/2/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.