The Junction Eagle (Junction, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, January 28, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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Bro, Ashbaugh, SfHH'ini lH*pti-
ty (Jmnd Master called t he char*
Grand Master ealleil the Char*
ter monilx*rs toitethtir in the
W. 0. W. Hull at 1:10 p. m.
and attainted by A. (5. Farmer,
D. lb G. M., sja>ke into being
Menard Lodge No. 41.
After the officers were elec-
ted and duly installed the lodge
then adjourned to meet i t Ben-
rhoff Hall at 7:10 for th .* pur-
pose of con ferine degrees upon
the 22 candidates applying for
Promptly at 7:30 every one
was on hand and the class of
candidates were divided, Junc-
tion Degree Team confering the
Initiatory and First Degrees
on one-half and Brady the In-
itiatory and First Degree on the
Both Lodges putting on the
work with much credit, after
which announcement was made
that a recess would lie taken,
during which time we would re-
pair to the W. O. W. hall where
a sumptuous feast was waiting.
The hour being 12 m. and ap-
petites whetted by a wild ride
of about two hours over the
Junction-Menard highway, im-
agine our feelings, after climb-
ing the stairs when we beheld
a table extending the full
length of hall, loaded with all
good thing that the brothers
had prepared for our repast.
Bro. Keeney, prepared the
barbecue as only a man of his
profession knows “and we tast-
ed thereof and it was good.”
We also noticed to our delight
that the feminine hand was
manifested in the presence of
cakes and pies, from which we
hope in the near future to re-
ceive the Kebekah Sign of
After we had done justice to
this occasion was again assem-
bled at the Benchoff Hall, where
the Second and Third Degrees
were conferred, and the class
of 22 members were added to
Menard Lodge No. 41.
After a few appropriate re-
marks by a number of different
Lodges, and an impressive lec-
ture on Odd Fellowship by
Bros. Ashbaugh and A. G. Far-
mer, the Lodge closed to meet
on the following Wednesday
All enjoyed the work and w<
thank the good brothers of
nard for their kindness and
consideration, and wish them
every success, standing ever
ready to co-operate with them
for the Good of the Order.
WOOL AND MflPHAIR
SALES NET 32 CENTS.
The San Angelo Standard re-
ports the sale of the spring clip
of long wool, by Oscar Appelt
for 38 cents per pound at Bos-
ton, or 32 cents net. Mr. Ap-
pelt also sold 10,000 pounds of
mohair, receiving 50 cents for
the clip from grown goats and
60 cents a pound from the kid
bair. The net returns on the
mohai r was 44c and 54c a
pound. Crimins & Price of
Boston bought the wool ami
mohair. ’L* „ ,
Tom Adams was advised last
week that 6,000 pounds of his
long spring wool had been sold
at Boston for 36c a pound.
E. Watkins, Traveling
tiun was |>* riacted, the purpose
o( which is to lx* for young*
sets, as well as owlet one to
ssociate themselves and enjoy
amusement.* that are hop**tf will
prove to lx* much pleasure for
all who become memliers.
At this meeting A, \V Brown-
ing was elected p 'indent, Miss
Winnie Reid, 'ice president,jvjsability of creating the Junc-
ji * * #rvifi
The pla* *' ol
f meeting was
iingixl to tlv
c court 1
• your int*
by at tomtit
>at lire w
Ernest W t
Mot ley, C«
Hod ires, on
I. .. Wm, Murmh.
II. (‘oilier, Escort,
on. Clerk, J. D,
itrv, Wm. Wilson,
Manager A H.
year, J. D. Braley.
Lee Lmverv, three
north front of
which will lx*
ich owner of the
dam street until
s houses on lx>th
it reef have a ce-
J VK \. Mil I EN EG* i t*.l>
Don country «
National. At a nnx’ting of the
ot their} Board of Pinytum held on th**
11th of January Mr. Miller was
will l*e elected Vice-President of tho
having First National Lank,
de morel Thu youngsv» rs of Kimble
everlasting ami thus
their pro|x*rty thus
. . MJ--,, Hi and do make good
ML*11 lovers of wm prid.
l'h* personu) *4 th** Junct
nks show this to be . rue‘
E. Holekanip }x*rform*xi th*
and Walter Buck, secretary-,tion t'omtnoit SchooTdistrict in : imtiMti«*n (vrwnonien and as h*
'treasurer. These three with p, an independent district. You r111* 0,1 many former tx'casions, valuable, should lx* commended j County *
tw*i others, to ap|iointed later, j ought to he interested* for or be again performed his duties by all lovers of
b\ the president, "ill sene as against tho move It will |>»*MM a very creditable manner, gtxxl j moment,
executive committee. either a go*xl thing or u laid Mr. Holekanip is on** ot the A nets coat »*i (mint
Carl M. Wolf was elected I thing for Junction. It will be a u'al c,‘mP’8 charter members put on tin* Ford Service Garage! w. P. Riley is the oldest bank
chairman ot the mangers com-j benefit or it will be an injury. a,u* om‘ wh,‘ always be which adds greatly to looks. 'official in Junction and Bill Pat
niittee and Mr. and Mrs. Louie jf vou <j0 nnt understand wh' ,ou,ul ,v:ulv uml anxious to Let the good work goon, for1 wji| fight mighty quick at the
Boyle and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad I ft wj|| i^nefit or injure you. achieve accomplishments that every little bit helps and will suggestion he has outlived his
T. Holekanmp compose the com- romo ou, amj )earn wjiy jf ! would be for the betterment of lx* the means of getting another ! iM)yhood days. Fred Knetsch,
niittee appointed for entertain- |vou A|,vady know why it willjthe on,er- F<*mI m«n started to improving, j Conrad Hotekamp, Auva Brown-
merit arrangements. benefit vou, be there' to help' AiU'v tho miUtion cere- -o----- ing and all the other “First
A membership committee j, a|OMg If you already know monies an enjoyable social DOING SOME GOOD j Aids’’ in either bank in June-
composed ot Bill Bissett, ( lit- why it will injure you, be there meeting took phu’e by members WORI* ON STRKFTH tion are youngsters that are
ford Hamer, A. W. Browning, to enter your protest against ■ present, also member.s of the ... > ‘ ’ t full of “Wim, Wigor. and Witali-
Bill Hamer and Garland New- change. Don’t wait till it | Circle who were tin* W. O. W.’s - ity.”
by were elected and this com- is too |ate to voice your senti- invited guests. | All these youngsters, W. P.
mit tee will be glad to accept up- ments. The dismission will be, A splendid address from R. 1. 1 i ,!* ,«! !! 1 , „i Rik>*v. Oren C. Reid,Fred E.
plications for membership. led by Judge Weaver H. Baker, i.laivis, the newly installed a ‘L / Knetsch, Conrad Ilolekamp,
The first entertainment given y}u, Barnett Haze Motlev Consular Commander wr a s t,1( stieots tast an . m. <\ th* ja A Miller, A. W. Browning
• • ' thoroughly appmuHtod by all bnuH. roKra.Ie.l and Ipel- ,;ar|atld New'by Hez
present. Mr. Jarvis is the <‘(1 »P* which when completed fri"
under the auspices of the Club Knetsch quartet will sing,
will be a dance on Wednesday! Another important subject to
night, February 2nd. I he price k© discussed at this meeting is
.. Lewis Boyle, Fayette Hodges
and two or three young ladies
course of his remarks earnestly; will put these streets in ^
of admission to be $1 and on theTigareUe evii' Now' you urged memliers of the order to ‘'.tss ‘-midit ion. that k«rn things shining"around
thin occasion everybody i» mostlmay not think smokin* miXjoA ^u^can^epend
and merit the splendid bene- right thing at th** nght time. have almost forgotten \vhen
fits that the lodge offers. --o- they “Grazed over the line ”
Following Mr. Jarvis, C. F. fix SHEARING PRICES Young men lik** Alton Miller
Hamer made a few chosen, re-
marks in the interest of
Woodcraft, after which delici-
ous refreshments of tea, col tee
and cake was served and the
cordially invited, whether you cigarette's is an evil. If you do
have made application lor mem- 110^ come out and let Junction
bership or not. know why.
1 he Club is planning other ( 'pj1e teachers are agreed that
attractions for the near future u ban 8hould be put on it in
and you who are in sympathy school. What do the parents
with pleasant social events in say apout jt? The discussion
Junction are especially urged wij| i)0 je(| j)V Mr. Basse,
to be present on Wednesday Remember, Friday (to-night)
night Feb. 2nd, as future plans (.ow^ house, the Parent-
will be one ot the teatun s *>i teachers meeting, and be there,
the evning. __
A SI’R.Ng"-ATTRACTION <1TV «K<K:EBY
BY AMERICAN LEGION.
KOU THE YEAR 1921. ^
- some youngsters who fail'to do
Tr ... ^ t, ir so* even ’’n Kimble county,
kon ville, 'I oxns, Jan. 15.— Our banks are to be comend-
The City Grocery Store for-
1 he American Legion jwist ol c?rly owned by Messrs. Hey-
Kimble county, has booked the noj(jH and Hoggett changed
Cad mean Chautauqua, to show hands.
in Junction either in April or Mr. Reyonalds taking over
May. the entire business, and will
This is one ot the best Chau- continue the business at the
tauqua Circuits that could be Hamp piaCe and invites his
obtained and Junction is indeed friends and the public in gener-
al to let him know their wants
in the grocery line.
fortunate to get such high class
The Bert Fleming Post of.
the American Legion has, and light SHOWER
always will stand for the best
and highest grade of amuse-
ments and attractions and is j __
expecting the hearty co-opera-1
tion of the entire public in this Junction was visited Monday
undertaking, knowing that it w*ith a much needed shower,
will be something worth while, coming down slowly and soak-
and something that we don’t ing in as it fell, and doing a
have the oppartunity of seeing!great deal of good to the wheft
very often. and oats.
The exact date will be given *-o—
within the next week or two. | LONDON MERCANTILE
TO MEET IN SONORA COMPANY CHANGES.
occasion proved to be a splen- Monday ol this week the sheep 0(j highly for this: Almost ex-
did success from every point of and goal raisers of Kerr and ad- ciU8jve uao 0f ()Ur own m*n aml
view, . ioing counties met in t Le j women in the employ of these
-o- | Chamber of Commerce rooms re8ponsible placer .for we area
LETTER TO SHERIFF here to fix on the price to pay strong supporter of helping
W. W. TAVOR.i^/«“rd^rat8 ar"" thow.0.f om: ,nvn co>inty, most
sheep am! goats. .especially when we have them
- After a discussion ot the mat- among us who are just as ef~
u, ....... .. .. itf H. •Kr,td !,"• pay lor ficient as you can get elsewhere
Washington, D. C. Jan,.-L 8hearing of goats this season and in these two hanks thev ir*.
Mr. W. W. Taylor, Junction, j \ to 6 cents, the former price proving to be
Texas. where the owner paid expenses-.
Dear Bill:—I am pleased to the latter where the shearers
advise you that the claim I’or J paid all. The price for sheep
pension ol Mrs. Margaret Wilson vvas set at 6 and H cents thot WVOUuWIU|W,
has been allowed under Certi- former where the owner paid t that. "little ciVv*"'Thev"1 are
ficate No. 9764, at the rate of expenses, the latter where fhc Messrs Walker "Rmrsdnln *.nU
March \C f^V* ^ ^^ ^
ficate will be forwarded without j ble, Reai, Gillespie, Kendall and
delay to Mrs. Wilson at June- Bandera counties, was appoint-
tion. e(4 to confer with sheep and
I assure you it has been a goat raisers in these counties
pleasure to be of service to Mrs. and solicit their co-operation in
Wilson in this matter, and also fixing a uniform price for
to you. Command me when 1 shearing,
can serve you in any other ca- _a_
P^ity. TO COUNTY CLERK
Very truly your friend,
C. B. Hudspeth. * KIMBLE COUNTY.
Junction has also given to
Lock Springs two of her young
men who are making good in
the banking establishment of
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 14.
The Executive Committee of
the Sheep and Goat Raisers
Association has been called to
meet in Sonora on Monday,
February 14th. It is on the
program to entertain the Com-
mittee and the stockmen present
on this occasion with a bar-
becue at the Sonora Station
This will encourage many to
visit the Station and see the
work that is being done there
for the advancement of the
industry. People who live
within a days return trip of
the Station have not visited
there although a standing in-
vitation is and has been ex-
tended by the Sueprintendefit
E. M. Peters to all citizens and
people interested in the wool
and mohair growing especially.
We once heard of a vary
woman who never
By mutual and pleasant
agreement Messrs. R. B. and
Fid. Fuit sold to M*SSfa, G. Tj
May and K. F. A maun their in-
terest in the I ondou Mercan-
tile Company last Tuesday Jan.
The business will lx* continu-
ed under the same firm name
and at the sarce place of bush
The London Mercantile Com-
pany is one of the most sub-
stantial business concerns in
Kimble county and has enjoy-
ed in the |>hst a good business,
and the efforts of the manage-
ment will be to make it bigger
and le tter from year to year.
• mirror. She wm ^U,
When a fellow feels tha‘ he
in nearing the point of perfec-
tion he complains of being con-
Some people nay that half a
loaf ia better than no loaf at;*
out it depend* upon who
- Having ascertained some
Isa. HI, 7:15. - thing about the money strin-
Song 252 and 222. gency and how utterly irnpos-
Prayer. sible it is for parties owning
Lesson Talk -Leader, Sallie land to get money with which
Blackburn. to pay their interest I am writ-
Reading—Mary. ing you this to say 1 am not go-
Song 190, ing to forfeit and place on th*
Benediction. market land advertised to be
-o- forfeited and for sale January
IKIES IT PAY first even if the interest on it
TO ADVERTISE? |iK P»',d- .....
Please phone or write to all
ithe banks in your county and
Yes, and we can prove, it and j to such other persons ns you
can also give you a-one and re- may desire and especially to lo-
liable reference in the person of cal newspapers.
Carl Wolf, who will testifyoin I do not know when for-
of our friend, Carl Wolf, who feitures will be declared but the
will testify to the statement people will be given ample time
here made. j before that event in which to
Week before last Mr. Wolf j get their payments here. 1 do
placed a little 25c reader in the not believe tho Government
Eagle for a lost hog, and last should take from the peop’e ♦1
week (he hog returned home, land during a time of distress,
bringing two with her. Now They should be encouraged to
suppose Mr. Wolf had placed a (know that the Government will
ad for $1 instead of 25c, and try to protect them in time of
tha result had been in propor-1 need.
• Yours truly,
T i iiyiF® * T- Bobiion'
ted on their chosen career in
the banks of this city, and to-
day hold responsible places with
The First National Bank.
We are proud of our young
men and women for they are
efficient, trustworthy and cur-
teous to all. And our hanks
under the directoryship of good
men and officered by men of
sterling worth and character
untarnished, make them as solid
ns tho Rock of Gibralter.
PROGRAM FOR JUNIOR
LEAGUE NEXT SUNDAY.
Sunday 3:30 p. m. Jan. 30th,
Subject—Thou Shalt Lot
Roll Call—Answer with mem-
ory verse Apostle’s Creed said
Prayer—Mrs. Dockery, dos-
ing with Lord’s Prayer.
Ye shall not steal, Lev. 19:11;
Eph, 4:28-— Ruth Lee ilogged.
Stealing from the poor, 1 Vov.
Defrauding Neighbor*, Lev,
Robbing God, Mai. 3:8 1
No Thieves Ia
I Cor. 6:1
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