The Pecos Enterprise (Pecos, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, February 24, 1933 Page: 2 of 8
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THE PECOS, TEXAS'. ENTERPRISE AND GUSHER. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 24.
PubllshtHl Every FrldMjr liy 4 •.
HFBBH PRINTING COMPANY
Bmm Valley NVwe, Katibllfbi'd 1
ffufclj Times. KetsbMshed thU7; 'lleeve*
Oauty Record. Hatabllabed 1»10; CuDMullda'-’
•i March 14, 1MI. The Knterjirtse apd
Omker Coaaolldated May 10, lW2f».
Second tfooSevelt Escapes Assassin
History Recalls That Teddy Also Dod|>ed Bullet <
Intended Killer While A Candidate
JACK UAYVKJNW. Kdjtor
BARNEY HUBRH. MauaxCr
4 SUBSCRIPTION RATES .
tw. Ytir _1- __$2.00 SI* Mouths —- -»
Eaterad as Heooed Olsaa Matter Oct. 22. 1W16. at the Voatoffice at Pa-
cea, Teitaa, under the Act of March H.
P„p, ,rt w I. .ftlc, .... I.l,r .... W«t.«uur >» I”-™
to current iaaue.
I HE IRON HAND
from three o>ut of the four utility companies in the town.
Briefly summarized, the results of the cojnrnittee were
‘as follows: ’ , ,,
TELEPHONE. Extension of two-party rate, hereto-
fore available only in special cases, to anyone^who asks fox
it, without the necessity of having the second par > n a >
for connevUoh>t the time. A saving by this means ot
$6.00 annually for residence and $12.00 annuall t"i >
POiVER AND LIGHT. A reduction amounting to ap-
proximately one-third in the.starting' pe r-kdowatt rate tor
power and light*, with reduction in all other power an 1
GAS COMPANY. Promise of sweet gas within ' __
days. Likewise the promise that the proposed.sweet, gas
will have more heating quality than the present .product, „...
therefore will amount-in-effect to a cut in rates. Promise ,
pf an oil treatment plant to remove foreign matter fro n ,5i„
gas coming to the city.
WATER COMPANY. No concession of any sort.
Thus, a movement on behalt of lower utility rates,
started in an unassuming way two years ago. has at last
borne some fruition.
William L. Kerr, now district attorney, pioneered the
first utility investigation here along with the Enterprse,
which acted merely to give voice to the wishes of the
people. That investigation was stopped by an obstacle
that none had foreseen at that time but nevertheless some ^
results were obtained even then. Several thousand dol-
lars in interest on security deposits were secured for Pecos!
people and the seed was sown that v;as to germinate in the
present successful movement for lower charges.
Now, as we understand it, the revolts of the utilityj
investigating committee are to be ril. :i into ordinance ~
to insure their legality and the fight mare or .less ‘checked’;
to the city council, who heave indicated rat t! y ' ill carry
on a militant fight on behalf pf the people. i
In giving credit where credit ’* du< for re ult's obtain-,
ed in this movement, the Utility co rniv < e t PnyUing oi D..,
J. L Kincannon, Young Bell, E. S. Sc'rimshirev Dudley Yard
U. W. Bozeman, J. H. Lawson and B. T. Biggs deserves
credit for the thorough manner in which they probed into
the facts in the w hole sit uation and for the fair and square
manner in which they approached the utilities.
Judge Henry Russell, who w as a guiding factor in the
entire investigation, deserves especial credit for the fair-
ness in which he handled the situation at Monday night’s
meeting, as well as the other times. He sees the people’s
side and he sees the side of the companies. And it is the
cool, level headedness of Russell and others who have been
AtOED LA HUE WEfW-
IMM A CQLOHY Mf /UK
at Eo/rruum at m
MOUTH OF ME LAVACA RIVE A
it M lAlW/S absence
TQNTY NHEAHFD ML
FOAl AM) WCAMU6 AN
AAT/EKHL HAHO OF
MNA1} WORE A
6 LDYE, HE AWiOJfC
OH ALU YJHDJAHf, OFTEN
AFLAIW6 SNMJS AND
<*|||r.\<H i F<>r the nocuinI time
l ti* history an iissnssin his fired nt
ii Ity wievelt without final result*.
Lied ,\veek ill Miami. Fi t.. I’resi-
■ * at-eltVt Fraiikliti 1* Kuosevelt
narrowly missed being shot as the
•bullet- meant for’him struck four
I other fiersoiis,
In 1!* 1 — nt Milwaukee. Wl*.. the
m inus'ript of a speech lie was
the lireast luit it was deflected
v hen it hit the bulky manuscript
ai d the eypglas*. Although he was
wounded. Iloosevlt made h 1 s
-oci i h Afterward he came to Chi-
riiL'n and was in a hospital for a
week Si hiaiik was eominltted to
the Ini-1>it:i 1 for the insane at Osh-
A --a - sins of president have all
ah,.ut t" make and an eyeglass paid the supreme penalty for their
-i\,il President Theodore Hoose- 'Hints John Wilkes Booth, the
\.• i from what would possibly actor, who stopped out on the stage
have 1 ice a a fatal wound. of Fonts' theatre 'at Washington
The Milwaukee shooting occur- on the night of April II. 1 S6T», to
psl on t ictidier II during the presi- fin a fatal shot at President Lin-
lngtoii rail road stiiti. n and
tic follow ing September in.
Pre-iih nt Mi Kinli v died in Buf-
falo. V V, September II 11101.
eight day- after be was wounded
at the Pan-American evposiliou lij
•a n aniirchist. Leon t'*olg«s/.
t'zoluosz died in the elect tic chair
October op. 11101 at the Auburn,
V Y. state prison
Wild Tturkeys Are
Put In Davis Mts.
dentin! campaign of 1!»12 when
th former pn shield was a candi-
date on the progressive ticket.
Standing in Auto
Hi havl just left his hotel to nil -
coin, was shot to death himself 12
day- inter at Fredericksburg. Va..
by Sergeant Boston Corbett of the
I nited Slates army. Four others,
including one woman, were con*
BOB RENNER amp
Wife, ANNA RENNER
OF 6/LAItM, TEtMf..
CAM mjE THE/Ft
FUU NAMES £/THEM
FORWARDS OM 6ACJC-
WAADS THE SAME WAY.
-A OUlL 0O6
ONHEt) BY CFC/L
HOYT EVEMTr OF
THE RUA/NWC, -
BOARD OF A CAM AND RUN OVEN
7 T/ME S and
a political meeting arid was viep'd of implication in the assn*.
-fa lid ing in his niUomohile ae-
! ii"Ulodging cheers of admirers
>.'! i a I id) n Si lirunk. New York sa
!... n k"i:pei:. -tejiped forward and
d ired. ■ . , •
'li e bullet -truck Roosevelt in
HA$ NEVER BEEN
ftw /v roo/L.
oning' That Aff ct the Dinner
IliMd.'iid t'lnek- aiid Tax
of I'M-rv IndiviiluaL National
and Iiiiernatioiiai Problems' Insep-
aruble From L«s d Welifart
A< cording to R <i. Dunn A Com-
pany. stability in main branches
of industry is mpre su-taine<t than
at any time in the pa-t three
years A survey by Standiir»l Sta-
tistic- indicate- that, whiji trade
I'Utl-ook for the imijieiliati future
i- jiTegular,-, ti number .of major
are -in'iigilo tiing. -It- i- inter-
ting to tiote that food prodiiet*
, in k.i'ti_ a iirueli tictter showing
u a i' i - My ilo >'• 1 Jll
Tie . t « li
<*le:|l ent I
.. In, ;t »U '
.|dd pi' ba bi.'.V dp
id. activity than
dev ♦•Ip.pniiiJt a t
1.11 -cut congress.
ipros-iPn iii bii-.-
ing ifidn-t rv to
w ork tail v
.age in phi
■ t" • ’• will be -elf-sustaining nml
■ in !.,e )"■ n.aneed fliroug-Ji- botnls.
R. i ■ nt re|sirt.- -on inaj'or imhis-
trie- .-how-:/ j
RAY'dN r.oa-ding vi-eo-e jiro-
.P.i-or- reported booked solid for:
Sl.tr, i, January shipments at new!
high for that month for several;
coin ertl- j
MRN S < Lt'THRS—- Prices low.
in pr' Veihent in -ales expected.
STliDL Production increased.
Manufacturer- feel turn f"f better
h i> :a.keu place
• »1L Alpjiiy of California oil •
iii<I Us' :'y to -tu vi- off price < ■ iap-e
Mu- vrar ii spile of internal -train
l It'd J ,| '• l kdo oil ill 'M iijeojit .Uellt
... ai'io a1111• of much eoiiih.enL
• iiij.it liv *■ -if nut ion
iiidnstry -.Tire .buyer-
ir ni i'd- I • I >\v eiist.
fill' ei r<t- t'* farmef- must be
it I .i i! to maintain present- trade
; '-if a in.
lb.d...ut ijicre.i-i - nf'Hboiit .10. per
■ ■ill have been register'd by Coll - ;
g re- The greatest increase. «fj
f j .ip.Pon.obu w as for tire executive
i fil l and iiide|K'!nlcnt establish-
Th.c P.o-'iiit New- Bureau olr
•ve- -• All i f tiie factors now at
aV< t or f urther shri nk-
Ija-ing power. but it
i b.i-er r> adji.-i Mu lit
■. v . i.. - - f . 'or- that \% ill illti
niai' l v tiiakc i ,r -lability And t he im nt - tHh.e'r mark' d inereases
uiore rti.p.id' v in v i-iun-tit ' "tifiden< e m i' regi»tere<I by the departiiienta
is -tn iigihene.i the sooner will the >f agin•ulture. interior postoffice,
process* "f f.n.-inr-i.iI n vivai Ii" war eonuneree. with decreases by
r liimliited " the t v asiirv, ‘ stnte. justice, and
The index I., farm price- reached ^bor I- this the way economy
new low on January, loth stand
to the taxpayer are to he
leading the movement which have prevented any display]
of a 'mob’ spirit, which would be so regrettable for every-’
one concerned. \
Best of all, the utility investigation has shown that a new low on January, i.'th stand 1'1 ‘!^*
people of Pecos can be counted upon to ‘stick together’ tojing at that titm at r.i i«t eent < f k"*'r
safeguard their interests. More people turned out for last' tic- pre-war average. <a year ago M' r,'l> '’",,0"k Dotter
Monday’s mass meeting than have ever attended a gather- tin index w«. *i;.; per '.ri.it.• Kgg* ,llU" !a>' -v‘‘ar HH ls r,,fM 1 trar,e-
i il.'-p larger than the sea < mtl.uik *liglitly improved in India,
eiiiidIth»n- warrant (in ,l»o! h'di'jiin and Cuban sltiiaiions tin-
hum., -mall ndVauee- have' f«v.in.lde. In most countries
t111 • r
ing of any sort in Pecos—at least in the three Years of this t<»,k
writer’s residence here. ; 1"
This newspaper now believes that the committee has
done fine work, and 1 hat the city council should proceed
from this point in the manner required by law with the t iti-;
zens’ committee frequently consulting with them as the
direct representatives of the 200 or more persons who at-
tended Monday night’s meeting.
We believe that the Utility Association’s recommenda-
tion in regard to the ordinances, the possibility of municipal
ownership and the employment of a city meter reader
should be carefully considered by the eouiicil
These things being done, this newspaper is -atisfied
that the people’s interests are being protected.
i • .'iifi.v rugi-o-ri-d by
>,tu*'it and eutton.
iitinni-d uv* >r. uinlllet
• in m
|i>r- plus ti fn v urubl'.' ex
itiun give ri-*' to tlm
nil-ill (11 l.t I I III pi "V ellieii t -|
• 1 11«• r '-ii i/in'iTied ob
Iforoso,, i lie |"i--iI>11 iI v
n ’ be next ■ iir donu'sf i<>
tinuid there has been little change
in am dm etlon of late.
Woman Lost 24
Lbs. In 4 Weeks
d ! To It
A VISION OF TAXATION’’
Was sent to the Chicago
The following v« rst
News by (». A. Haywood:
Each day you may see me out working on the farm.
I have a little forty, a chicken coop and barn.
1 love to work upon the farm and keep it. neat and
But when I’m in my bed at night. 1 have such awful
1 see taxes on the ceiling. I see taxes on the wall,
I see taxes in the kitchen, I see taxes in the hall,
I see taxes in the dining room. I see taxes on my plate,
t believe 1 can taste taxes in everything I eat, j 1 "
I believe in paying taxes, I believe in being sane, ! l,,y 11
I believe these unjust taxes are taxation of the brain J
I aee taxes on my children,-1 see taxes on my wife,
I see taxes on my income, 1 see taxes on my iife.
gn i- thnt liiMimncc
iiid bunk- litive been
tig ml extremely llbernl put -
the mutter of furm nmrt-
"lily foreclimlng when nu
Other e"iir.-*> j- poN-ihle. The pres-
ent muli'iie-- iif the sltutlon is,
I ,e. Wi , -I SI I .<»iiis. M"-. |
l in > nl \ v i • eld filid
enirl ti kin g one
i i I v l , . Ill'll Suits just
i ' I ri-• x\ weigh 1 .*>0 lbs. '
• in, . nergy nml fnr-
I V*' Ii' • IT liild II liungry I
i take "He blllf
i lieli Suit s’ in n
in ttie iimniiug
if- ibe SAI F.
•••Ihi *■ ii* ten- of
ii nml women!
ike n*k for
The neift bum rap that we predict with no other can
It’s a. meter on our windpipe, then tax us for the air.
Mild get Krusclieii iit
DRI •; co • *r nii> drug store- the
not for tt bottP- that tnst* 4 weeks1
is but ii trifle mid If lifter the fimt
bottle von are uo| joyfully ant la-
fled vvitli results money back.—
OLD TIMER DIES
A real oldtlme West Texan was
Ban I*. Newsberry. who died at
Weatherford last week, say* th*
Weatherford Democrat. Mr. New*-
berry flame into Parker county
from Ttjmessee ns n jn<| j
buck in lMtt. DiirTug the Wnr Be-
twiHMi the States tie nerved’on the
Frontier dunnlM Then and iHter ki
t(»»k part In many buttles with lid
dikrts but never was Wounded.
»l*o. nuiinly sectional.
• •rent interest is cxjircHNcil in
ftiHisoveU'- pi nil for providing Job*. | TRUE WORDS
It Is to be ii huge experiment. amF -
K expected to give employment to( The editor of the Brownfield
.110.0011 men in (be Tennessee Val- Mernld say that he has found oc-
by alone, it Itieluden: Heforesta-1 eiiNioti to comment nil the weather
tiotK eicatioii of flood control ha*- ninny times,' sometime- to cotnpli-
bis. rso lunintion of fertile bottom! incut and praise. "However, on oc-
inini- fpr a art cultural mm, etc, Mf.lcaJleae lire bare hri to eritieixe,
Itoo-evelt believes th^t the entire yea, even denounce," he admita.
ji.Mil'll iind wre hiinged
l’lesideiu iiiirfield"* killer. C’lmr-
!e- J. 4 iiiiteiiu. vv n* hiinged June
by ls>2. nt .Washington. (Jurfield
- -lu.t .filly 2. Issl nt ii VVnsh-
Fort DAVIS J. J 1 H*nt ,,f
Kerrvtile, employee of the state
game, fish a.ml oyster eomtuission,
arrived at Fort Davis yesterduy
with thirty wild turkeys. State
Ranie Warden Fete <'rawford help-
ed him distribute them in the Dav-
is mountain*. They were placed *n
the Melinite rnmli country,
Turkeys have been put out here,
from the Kerville country, since
11*2-1. Warden Crawford suit! that
they are multiplying, (juite a num-
ber nee now on the Uoekpile coun-
try, j hey have been seen in the
hist year oil the 1 I'p-und Down,
T.v peW liter
Game Increases In
Wild Turkey A re Being
A.- result of plantings of wild
turkeys in the Cuudulupe moun-
tains in recent years, this finest of
guine birds is becoming reestablish-
ed in these mountain*, said J.
Stokley Li gnu. New M°*h*o game
specialist of the state game de-
partment last week.
Then* are now probably more
than 200 turkeys in tin- Upper
Dark Canyon drainage. There had
been tin wild turkeys in the Guada-
lupes for more than twenty yenrs
previous to reintreduction by4 the
game department of turkeys from
the Sacramento mountains.
There is also a normal supply of
deer iu those mountains, however,
it i- unite evident that mountain
sheep must have le tter protection
from illegal hunting and nituml
enemies', particularly eagles, before
they can materially increase in
penney s <*1?^
• tailored FROCKS
« perky BLOUSES
(Jriildren's pjjatnax — and ask
grandmother for the whole hbst
of other u-es! Pastel tolars!
Fast to Washing
5 cents each
For this sewing event vve have this new
pattern. Three styles only—House
frock, apron and child’s dress. Regular
price 1 fie. Specially priced for J. C.
Penney Co. 5c.
We have re-priced all of
our better silks to 79c
per yard for Clearance.
Kordroy and Nutonc
# Wide wale! Nutone
stitched accents! 3S/36.
2000 yds. of new prints
at this low price. Mar-
velous value, get here
first for best selections.
A print that you would
regularly pay much
more for. You can make
serviceable dresses at
They make up
• Dot •
• Swirling circular designs!
Novelties!—or just jaunty dots
°n light or dark grounds!
Our “Tampa” rough
crepe is very smart. A
ripple weave in the sea-
son’s best colors.
(harming designs for
hahy, sister, and mother,
too! And you'll have
enough fabric fur spring
frocks for alt' Good
.standard quality dress
prints, fas! color 36"
You Can Make!
28” Blue Cheviot
For shirts. Make them for the boys at low cost.
in a rainbow range of colors.
Here’s a splendid wearing
crepe with a sheen that, con-
tradicts its low price.
Nationally known cotton
Pongee in spring prints and
Save 20 Percent on notions and sewing needs. All regular 10c and 5c items are
sold for 8c ad 4c in Penney Stores. For 20 percent less. Think of it! It amounts to a
lot in a year’s time.
J. C. PENNEY
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