Palacios Beacon (Palacios, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1935 Page: 4 of 8
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PALACIOS BEACON, PALACIOS, TEXAS
Thursday, June 27, 1935
Published Every Thursday
J. W. DISMl’KKS
One Year, $1.50 Six Months, $1.00
Entered at the Post Ollice at Pala-
cios! Texas, as second class mail
matter, under the Act of Congress.
Austin, Texas.—Recent floods
may be responsible for an epidemic
of typhoid fever, declares Dr. John
W. Brown, State Health Officer.
Flood conditions have prevailed ov-
er most of the State and unless the
utmost precautions are observed to
prevent this dis ase the monetary
loss from illness may equal the
Typhoid fever is often called n
“filth-borne" disease. It can only
grow into epidemic proportions
under conditions which are insani-
tary. A typhoid epidemic means
that water, milk, or food have been
contaminated with germs from the
body discharges of a patient or
carrier. Contamination of milk or
food by flies is favored by a lack
The prevention of typhoid fever
is peculiarly a matter of community
responsibility. In cities large and
small most urgent control measures
are those providing for (1) proper
disposal of human excreta through
sewage disposal plants and toilets
of sanitary type; (2) safe public
and well water supplies; (3) exter-
mination of flies; (4) healthy food
handlers; (6) supervision of dis-
ease carirers and (6) public milk
supplies of high quality with the
added safeguard of careful pasteur-
Inoculations with vaccine in-
crease individual resistance to ty-
phoid fever. Such treatments are
advised for exposed persons and |
“THAT LITTLE CAMEfh>sn(ti0HMiix,i.i^By B. Link f
Bit ' -
It is evident what the average
family needs is food, clothing,
houses, automobiles, radios, and a
big income with which to pay taxes.
But instead of being able to enjoy ,
them in increasing measure, the
contrary is, in fact, the case.
The fact is that no country is
giving its own citizens sufficient
purchasing power to consume th irj
own production, which means that
each country is anxious to export1
and not import. If each country}
gave its own citizens enough pur-j
chasing power to consume the whole ,
of their own production, then no,
country would have any objection to
exporting their surplus and receiv-
ing back in exchange the production
of other countries. They would have
enough purchasing power to con-
sume both the retained portion of
their own production and the im-
ports which they received in ex-
change for their exports.
Only by a sane monetary system,
nationally and internationally, will
it be possible to solve this and the
other problems which are now ex-
ercising the minds of nil thinking
men and would eliminate the de-
struction of food, which has so
shocked the conscience of the world.
those who, through travel or change
of residence are subject to varied
water, food, and milk supplies. For
the rank and file of our population,
reduction of deaths and sickness
from preventable disease like ty
phoid fever is largely dependent
upon carrying out the six above
Ask for your Thrift Day Tickets.
IS TO PLEASE CUSTOMERS!
AND THEIR PATRONAGE
IS GREATLY APPRECIATED
BAYSIDE BEAUTY SHOPPE
NAOMI MARGERUM phone 160
“Cut out the old dewberry and
blackberry vines now,” says J. F.
Rosborough, Extension horticultur-
ist. “Leave three or four of the new
canes and whin they get about
three feet or a little better, top
them,” he says. "All this makes for
increased production next year. Al-
so, picking will be easier.”
Tomatoes are suckering too much
due to recent rains, Rosborough
states. The thing to do is to pinch
back all except three or four suck
ers and when these have set a
cluster of fruit pinch their tops
off so all the strength of the plant
will go into development of quality
Diner: “Waiter, it’s been half an
hour since I ordered that turtle
Waiter: “Yes, but you know how
“No, Henry, I don’t think
manicurist should marry a dentist.”
“And why not?"
“If we fought, it would be tooth
fte Apple, 5^> 1 Dozen, 35*
THIS WEEK !
IN PALACIOS HISTORY
^ n?OM OUR EARLY FILES jj
20 YEARS AGO
A big celebration on July Bth,
was being arranged .Port Lavaca
was celebrating Saturday, July 3rd,
and Bay City was coming to Pala-
cios for a joint celebration,
A movement was being started to
put an electric light on top of the
Capt. R. J. Hill was in Austin at
the Pasteur Institute undergoing
treatment for a rabid dog bite.
0. C. Rupe who was in charge
of a ranch at Cedar Lake was shot
in the left leg by an accidental
discharge of a revolver.
Mr. Noble L. Hayes and Miss
Eve Clare Sisson were united in
marriage at the home of the bride’s
parents Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sisson.
Rev. Shepherd, pastor of the Pres
byterian Church officiating.
Dates for the Baptist Encamp-
ment wire July 14-28, were an-
nounced by Robert H. Coleman,
Once upon a time a time a news-
paper editor ran his paper to please
everybody. He was deported.
It's a law oi economics the world over:
the more you buy, the less it costsl A
dozen apples cost less per apple than one,
and a bushel of apples costs less per apple
than a dozen. The same applies in buying
Electric Service, except that the price is
reduced much more substantially with in-
creased use than is the case with other
commodities. The "Full Use" rate, avail-
able to all customers who have or install
an electric range, gives you the advan-
tages oi Electric Cookery lor only 1c per
person per meal. Besides, this rate makes
possible widespread comiort and conveni-
ence in the home through the operation of
additional appliances at extremely low
cost. Central Power and Light Company.
10 YEARS AGO
Prof. H. C. Lewis who had filled
the place of principal and athletic
coach in the Palacios High school
the past two years accepted a like
position in the school at Angleton.
Miss Gladys Hillyer who had
completed three years of work of
studying Jand teaching piano as
artist student and assistant to Dr.
T. S. Horette in Washington, D. C.,
was elected an honorary art mem-
ber of the Washington Salon and
United Arts Society.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lewis an-
nounced the arrival of a son, Rebert
Best Lewis, who weighed 7 pounds.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Salsbury re-
turned from a 3 months trip to
Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado.
Hugh Dismukes returned from
McAllen where he had spent the
past year being employed in the
office of the Monitor. Hugh took
up duties in the Beacon office and
has been on the job continually
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Kinard were
entertaining a new daughter who
had come to make her home with
Donald Whyman of Ganado is
spt nding the Week with the
Raymond Yeager of Houston
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Turner.
Robert Dancer'returned to Hous-
ton Sunday after a week’s visit
with the Green boys.
Carolyn Slaikeu went to Hous-
ton Sunday for a week’s visit with
her brother, Roger and wife.
Mr. Joan Barber, Miss Maizie
Daneer and Norman Avenell visit-
ed the Avenell family here over the
The Avenell family returned to
Harrisburg Monday morning after
a week’s outing in their summer
Mr. H. F. Green and Sydney were
week end guests at “Green Gables”
Mrs. Green who has been here a
week returned home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner took Georgia
Mrs. Turner’s daughter who has
been visiting the mthe past two
weeks to her home in Sargent Sat-
Mis. J. S. Green, Mrs. Koehl and
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Schuler came
in from Houston Saturday and will
spend a week or more at "Green
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Whyman
were callers at the Slaikeu home
“For God and Home
and Every Land"
Mrs. W. C. GRAY, Local Pres.
THE BIBLE AND STRONG
Sir: The teaching of the Word of
God upon the subject of drink and
the sale of liquor, and of repeal is
quite dear. When God speaks, let
X. it is a Sin to Drink Intoxicat-
ing Liquor. “Look not thou upon
the wine when it is red. . . At the
last, it biteth like a serpent and
stingeth like an adder. ’- Prov.
23:31. “Wine is a mocker, strong
drink a brawler, whosoever erreth
thereby is not wise.”—Prov. 20:1,
R. V. “And be not drunken with
wine wherein is riot, but be filled
with the Spirit.”—Eph. 5:18, R. V.
2. It is a Sin to Sell or Give
Liquor to Make Drunkards, ”Woe
unto him that giveth his neighbor
drink, that puttest thy bottle to
him, or that addest thy venom
thereto, and mnkest him drunken
also.”—Hub. 2:15, R. V. “How can
a man send others to hell and be
saved himself.” “He that biddeth
him Godspeed is partaker of his
evil deeds.” II John 11.
3. No Drunkard Can Inherit the
Kingdom of God. “Be not deceived.
Neither thieves nor covetous, nor
drunkards, nor revilers, nor extor-
tioners shall inherit the kingdom of
God."—1 Cor. 6:10.
4. Tax or License? “Woe to him
that buildeth a town with blood
and estnblisheth a city by iniquity.”
5. The Tux is a Continuous Bribe.
“Their right hand is full of bribes.”
—Ps. 26:10. “Woe unto them that
arc mighty to drink wine, and men
of strength to mingle strong drink,
who justify the wicked for a re-
6. Those Who Failed to Vote Dry.
“Curse ye Mero . . . because they
came not to the help of the Lord,
to the help of the Lord against the
7. What to Do. “Repent ye there-
fore and be converted that your
sins may be blotted out.”—Acts
3:19.—Rev. W. A. Williams.
“And he sez to me, ‘Alf,’ he says,
‘give me a sentence without a verb.”
“Easv,” I sez; “how about ‘30
A sports expert is a fellow who
said Baer would win in a walk and
who is now glad he didn't, o:
he says.—The Memphis Commercial
| Dr. John M. Fewkes
Physician and Surgeon
Ollice and Residence
1st Door West of Brandon’*
C. GREER, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
Practice Limited to Treatment
Diseases, Eye, Nose, Throat
and Fitting of Glasses
Hefner Building—El Campo
9:00 A. M.—1:00 P. M.
Monday - Wednesday - Friday
Everyone Can Afford
A. A. Duffy &. Co.
j AMBULANCE SERVICE
W. H. (Pete) Williams, Mgr.
PHONE 54 PALACIOS
| FUNERAL HOME
& LICENSED EMBALMERS
PHONE 8 PALACIOS
M. K. FEATHER, Mgr.
FEATHER & SON
AUTO and LIFE
In the case of Sing Sing’s Mr.
Alabama Pitts, the minor league
seims determined that no star will
fall on Alabama.—The Dallas Morn-
The congressman was an oceu
The old time girl was contented
with one spinning wheel. The mod
ern girl wants four and a spare.—
The Florida Times-Union.
“Why ‘G’ men?” asks a corres-
pondent. Well, the "G” might stand
for grit, "guts,” go and get.—The
San Antonio Express.
The alphabtt, anyway, has not
been declared unconstitutional.—
The Miami Herald.
It must be embarrassing to be
key man and discover that the lock
has been changed.—New York Sun.
COULD NOT DO HER
W thing you at-
tempt is a burden
—when you are
nervous and irri-
this medicine. It
may be just what
you need for extra
energy. Mrs. Charles L. Cadmus of
Trenton, New Jersey, says, “After
doing just a little work I had to lie
down. My mother-in-law recom-
mended the Vegetable Compound.
I can see a wonderful change now.”
The sleight-of-hand performance
was not going very well.
“Can any lady or gentleman lend
me an egg?’ asked the conjurer,
down to the footlights.
“If we'd ’ad one,” shouted a man
in the audience, “you’d ’ave it be-
fore this.”—Vancouver Daily Prov-
a mmute he
thought he was taking a position
on the bonus.—The Atlanta (Ga.)
nc.c «iv ...t u.amcu iiumc pant of a taxicab that turned over
Thursday night. Glen Roy who had three times. For a minute
been visiting there several days re
turned home with them.
The Slaikeu family attended the
dedication services at Ganado Sun-
day. The day was one long to be
remembered. The wonderful sermon
by Bishop Boaz and the program in
the afternoon were inspiring and
the picnic dinner in the park was
all that anyone could wish for.
Town in Missouri has put up 30
hitching posts in its business dis-
trict. Just geting ready for a re-
turn to the horse and buggy days
under NRA decision.—The Buffalo
(N. Y.) Times.
« OFF 17 LBS.
OF UGLY FAT
HEEDED DOCTOR'S ADVICE
Mrs. Robert Hickey, Roseville,
Calif., writes: “My doctor prescribed
Kruschen Salts for me—he said they
wouldn't hurt me in the least. I’ve
lost 17 lbs. in 6 Weeks. Kruschen is
worth Its v.'iigiil in «uld.”
Mrs. Illel.t ; paid no attention to
go:; Ipers who said there wus no
safe way to reduce. She wisely fol-
owed her doctor's udvice. Why don’t
i t a jar of Kruschen to-day (lasts
weeks and costs hut a trifle),
mply take hall' teaspoonful in cup
<f hot water evory morning'.
When in Bay City
MAKE YOUR HEADQUARTERS AT—
WHERE YOU’LL FIND—
OUTFITS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
A Full Line of the Latest Patterns in—
♦ AT MONEy-SAVING PRICES 4
| D. S. PRINZING
| LAND — LAW
j NOTARY PUBLIC
Offices in Bldg. So. of Bank
“THE FRIENDLY STORE”
(Next Door to Post Office)
SPECIALS EVERY DAY
Steve and Brote
MODERN CAMP CABINS
—75c and UP—
J. L. PYBUS
ALL KINDS OF WOOD
In Connection with Plant
PHONE 27 PALACIOS
Or Other Photographic Work
Go Nine Blocks North from
Old City Hall, then 1% Blocks
East—or leave Films at—
Muriel’s Novelty Shoppe
And keep from leading
this ad. Just another
instance to prove that
even the cards, in the
Beacon catch your eye.
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