The Lampasas Daily Leader (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 164, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1933 Page: 4 of 4
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Furniture Prices Are Still Advancing
BUY NOW BEFORE WE ORDER ANOTHER CARLOAD
The new shipment we received last week is rapidly diminishing, and the next one will be higher priced
Save as Scores of Others Have Saved Here During the Past Week
Lampasas Furniture Company
D. T. BRIGGS
‘The Best Place to Trade After All’
FUNERAL DIRECTORS—AMBULANCE SERVICE
GLENN B. GAMEL
REPEAL COUNT IN 29
STATES NOW IS 3 TO 1
Washington, Sept. 14-
ment for repeal which
ha s swept
I omn9M8 HoSlv T USE OF FILTER PARTLY
lhe Lampasas Daily Leader cures human radio
J. H. ABNEY & SON _
Herbert J. Abney, Publisher
"■■■ -—;--| Tacoma, Wash., Sept. 14.—A radio
Entered at the poutoffice at Lampasas engineer has replaced medical science acrosg 29 states was shown today by
March 7, 1904, as second-class mail. in treating Martin Bodker, Enumclaw j an unofficiai tabulation to have piled
—-—- 1 dairyman and “human radio,” who a total p0pUiar vote of nearly
THE LAMPASAS DAILY LEADER has been seeking relief from the elec- 1 g tQ L
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: j trie waves which he says have made
(Payable in Advance) | his life a torment.
One month ....
One year _______
3 to 1.
By adding in the latest tallies
available from the last five states to
j a.VUiJLclUie liUlll LUC laoi/ live uw
William G. Gunston, Tacoma, said . bold elections, the popular ballot 'Score
$1-00 the electric waves were virtually elim- 1 .
FOOTBALL PLAYER IS
SHOT WHILE HUNTING
For repeal, 10,766,154; against 3,-
With only seven m6re states need
.‘KERRVILLE, Sept. 18.-Budolph torm OI , caue wllll W1
(Doe) Ruff was the victim yesterday aromd % which Eodker
of the first hunting accident of the
.$4.00 inated from Bodker’s body with
a, | small filter, attached to bands wrap-
ped around his wrist. vvltn UIliy SCVCI1 muic
The use of this filter, which now ed s}gnai the passing of the amend-
is only 90 per cent perfect, will elim- • * • -- ----- -----
mate the use of a “ground” in the
form of a cane with wires wrapped
THREE MEASURES FOR
RELIEF AND RECOVERY
AUSTIN, Sept. 15.—Gov. Miriam
A. Ferguson late today sent to the
legislature, convened in special ses-
sion’, three bills and her official mes-
One bill would suspend the anti-
trust laws of Texas, another sug-gest-
0—0 , O—O 0—0
(By Kooter Mac Grail)
WAR VETERAN GOES
TO JAIL TO RESCUE
HOMESTEAD OF FAMILY
Omaha, Neb., Sept. 15.—John A.
Walker, 35-year-old war veteran, went
to jail here Thursday to save the
ment, at least 10 more state votes
are assured by November 7.
Should all follow the wet trend,
shotgun in the hands of a companion
striking him in the right hip. He
underwent a blood transfusion at a
hospital a short time later and was
said to be in a serious condition.
Ruff was a football player at Sam
Houston Teachers’ College.
For Real Job Printing—The Leader!
: ker’s body.
The possibility of Bodker’s faking
his affliction when a radio is turned
on in the same room was'denied by
Gunston after the tests.
Gunston said he manipulated the
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“no further delay” of the federal
public works program in Texas was
adopted later by the Texas senate.
The resolution stated that the welfare
of Texas communities this winter
would be jeopardized by any further
___„„ _________ ______ p| The Texas house of representatives
eighteenth amendment and open the became embroiled in a heated discus-
door to legal whiskies, wines and all ! sion of anti-trust legislation within
the rest. I three hours after it convened.
Should one or more of these states f The argument concerned the corn-
vote against repeal, conventions have mittee to which bills dealing with
i«iUu ------ —- been set for December by Maine | liberalization of the state’s stringent
I filter behind Bodker s neck and loos- and North Carolina. The Kentucky i anti-trust should be sent, one group
oviori +V.A wire nn t.bfi filter when the Convention meets on December 15. 'L *— —-
the focus would turn to the three
” “ , 12 ffauee tomed to place in a can oi water j states which have arranged ratifying
season here, a charge fiom a 12-gange when the affliction became severe 1 c0nv6nti0„s on December 5, Ohio,
Gunston said last night his filter PennSylvania and Utah,
would be perfected as soon as he is ( The last of these t0 act officially,
able to get the correct meter to meas- prov}(jec} the trend continues unbrok-
ure the current passing through Bod- ^ would officiany usher out the
The picking of Lampasas’ all-star .
playground baseball team is up to the | family homestead from foreclosure,
fans* Remember the lady and gen-j Walker was indicted in 1931 for
tleman that pick the team corres- j signing his name to an adjusted com-
it*.v..3 c... ponding closest to the team elected pensation certificate issued to a for-
ed machinery for issuing and admin- j by popular vote wins a prize. Every meiv buddy m the army. He said he
istering not to exceed $20,000,000 from j one is invited to participate. Let s
state relief bonds, and the third would I find out who really is most deserving
give added powers to counties, cities j for each position on a soft ball team
and towns in participating in the fed- j representing Lampasas . If there are
era! emergency administration of j more than one person at a home
public works. wishing to submit a selection, it is
A resolution asking that there be j not necessary to use a ballot fi oni
'' this paper. Just list the players in
the order given below for convenience
to the judges; Turn in your choice
to The Leader. Here is the ballot:
All Lampasas Playground
ened the wire on the filter when the
radio was on. When the wire was
loosened he said Bodker began to
tremble. When he attached the wire
to the filter he said the trembling
COPPERAS COVE DEFEATS
PRODUCERS PRODUCE TEAM.
With Wallace pitching fine ball and
getting fine support from his team-
mates, Copperas Cove defeated Pro-
ducers Produce last night 11 to 7 in
a softball game played at Abney
Plunge. The locals were able to get
Washington, Se£t. 14.—Tropical going in only one inning last night
storms with winds approaching hurri- ancj the four tallies scored then were
cane force are expected to strike the
Carolinas and Texas tomorrow after-
noon or night, the weather bureau
The 10 p. m. advisory warning said:
“Northeast warnings ordered Vir-
ginia capes to Savannah, Ga. Dis-
turbance is about 400 miles east of
Jacksonville, Fla., moving between
northwest and west northwest at 14
miles per hour, with heavy gales over
a considerable area and winds of hur-
ricane force over a smaller area. In-
dications are the center will reach
northern South Carolina or southern
North Carolina early Friday night.
“Northeast storm warnings ordered
at 10:30 p. m. at Brownsville, Tex.
Tropical disturbance reported in
southwestern Gulf of Mexico center-
ed 200 miles east of Tampico moving
west northwest attended by gales over
a considerable area and winds of
hurricane force near the center.
“Present indications are that the
center will move inland between Tam-
pico and Brownsville.”
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Listed below is just a few of the many items we will haVe
on sale for Saturday.
Laundry Soap, Toilet Soap, Brooms, Pork and Beans,
Grape Juice, String Beans, No. 2 Heinz Soup, 2 & 4-lbs
Raisins, Oat Meal, Coffee, Sliced Bacon, Smoke Bacon, Sugar
Cured Bacon, Boil Ham, Jello, Old Dutch Cleanser, Sun
Bright Cleanser, Quick Arrow Soap Chips, 2-lbs Rice, Apple
Butter, Bulk Coconut, Extracts.
Green Beans, Fresh Blackeyed Peas, Mustard Greens,
Turnips and Tops, Home Grown Tomatoes, Hot and Sweet
Peppers, Lettuce, Celery, Okra, Squash, New Sweet Pota-
toes, Green Cabbage.
Texas Grape Fruit, New Fresh Apples, Red Grapes,
Bananas, all size Oranges.
For best results use Lucky Day Flour, it is fresh.
12, 24 and 48-pound bags.
ALL PHONES 375
not enough to merit a victory. Three
home runs were featured in the game.
Shine Carrigan, pitcher for the locals,
connected for a round trip in the third
inning. Bob Gilmore, of Copperas
Cove got two home runs.
Score by innings: Copperas Cove,
A London periodical recently offer-
ed a prize for the best collection of
unintentionally amusing advertise-
ments. Here is a part of one list. It
embodies illustrations of the curious
effect which the misplacing of a com-
ma or of a word or two, often has
upon the meaning of a sentence:
“Annual sale now going on. Don’t
go elsewhere to be cheated—come in
“Wanted a room for two gentle-
men about 30 feet long and 320 feet
“A lady wants to sell her piano
as she is going abroad in a strong
“Lost, a collie dog by a man on
Saturday answering to Jim, with a
brass collar around his neck and
“Wanted, by a respectable girl,
her passage to New York, willing to
take care of children and a good
“Respectable tailor wants washing
“M. Brown, furrier, begs to an-
nounce that he will make up gowns,
capes, etc., for ladies out of their
“A boy wanted who can open oys-
ters with a reference.”
“Bulldog for sale, will eat anything;
very fond of children.”
“Wanted, an organist and a boy to
blow the same.”—Exchange.
holding out for judiciary and the
other state affairs. They finally fa-
vored the judiciary.
One hundred and thirty of the 150
members of the house of representa-
tives answered the initial roll call.
There were 28 of 31 senators present.
Both Speaker Stevenson and Lieut.
Gov. Edgar Witt were in their chairs.
The subjects opened up to the leg-
islature, and the governor’s specific
suggestions as to how best to meet
the need for the emergency legisla-
tion, were expected to precipitate one
of the most quarrelsome sessions in
James V. Allred, state attorney
general, has been prosecuting a suit
for $17,000,000 in penalties against
15 oil corporations and two petrol-
eum associations for alleged anti-
trust law violations.
The governor suggested passage of
laws necessary “for our state to re-
ceive the benefit of the federal emer-
gency administration of public works
and in order that any county, city
or town may act on a resolution of
its governing board for the major
purpose of relieving unemployment.”
To direct expenditure of relief
funds to be realized from the sale of
state bonds, not to exceed $20,000,-
000, she proposed a continuance of
the existing Texas rehabilitation and
To manage the issuance and sale
of the bonds she proposed a state
bond commission of seven members.
She proposed that the governor be
the chairman of the group, with mem-
bership allotted to the lieutenant gov-
ernor, attorney general, comptroller
of public accounts, state treasurer,
secretary of state, and the director
of the state rehabilitation and relief
F. D. R. GIVES COAL
LEADERS 24 HOURS
Washington, Sept. 14.—President
Roosevelt warned recovery leaders,
coal operators and union chiefs at
tri vVnite nouse tonight that he would
allow just 24 hours more for agree-
ment on a coal code satisfactory to
it very -indication was that the
agreement would be reached on the
basis of understandings reached at
OFFICERS HUNTING MAN WHO
HAS WORTHLESS AUTOGRAPH
Officers have been hunting this
week for a strange man who came
to town last Friday, autographed a
number of checks and left secretly
and hurriedly with his profits for an
unannounced destination. ,
This individual, who proved beyond
a doubt that there really is something
in a name financially, went to an
apartment Friday afternoon and rent-
ed it with a warm check. Then he
went to one of Belton’s leading gro-
cery stores, passed a second check
for $10, and received $2.50 in gro-
ceries and $7.50. in cash.
Leaving the groceries at the apart-
ment, he got the landlady to endorse
a check so that he might make a de-
posit on a gas meter. The check
was foi^ $15.00, leaving him $5.00
change after making the deposit.
Then, with all /this wealth in his
jeans, he suddenly remembered a din-
ner engagement in Shanghai or Tim-
buctoo and set out at once to keep it.
Officers request that all travelers in
Leader’s Job Printing Best—Try It!
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(You are allowed only one ballot.)
bought the certificate at Fort War-
ren, Wyo., but the explanation did
not satisfy the government.
Walker’s father, Ernest Walker,
came to his son’s assistance. He
mortgaged his home for $1000 to
make bond and save his boy from jail,
Thursday, John Walker went to
jail. His father was threatened with
foreclosure, he said, and he wanted
the bond money released. He would
plead guilty at his trial, he indicated,
to save further expense. The money
The C. C C. boys are expressing
•doubt to whether they will be able
to have a football team. They do
not have any material and do not
know where they will be able to se-
Even if thei’e is no football team
from the G. C. C. gang, they are go-
ing in for basketball. Several play-
ers of basketball from San Antonio
and other cities are already lining
up teams and wanting to get started.
Basketball is always started in mid-
September in the larger cities
was paid and the mortgage lifted^
And the son’s sacrifice may bring
the story to a happy ending. Harry
Cooper, in charge of government
agents here, said he would recom-
mend that John be paroled.
With fall right with us and the
hope for cooler weather, tennis talk j
is cropping up. Local amateurs are
looking forward to some interesting
and enjoyable sessions of tennis as,
soon as it is cool enough to play.
The NRA has made it possible for a
number to play that heretofore were
not able to get to the courts before
USE THE ADS
Green Beans, Cauliflower,
Okra, Squash, Turnips* and Tops,
Mustard Greens, Green Pepper,
Carrots, Celery, Lettuce, Yams,
Grape Fruit, Grapes, Tomatoes,
Cabbage, etc., Phone 400 early.
Fresh Aviation Whole Wheat
Flour in 6-pound bags.
“Butter Twins” and “Mar-
tinis” fancy salad crackers.
No. 2 can Blackberries, for
pies or short cake.
Fresh W. S. Marshmallows.
Good with new Sweet Potatoes.
Lambs’ canned fresh Black-
eyed Peas. (Snaps and shells).
Fresh New Crop Catsup,
Fresh Chase and Sanborn
Coffee. 1 Pineapple Gelatin free
with 1-pound tin.
Phone 400—‘Prompt, Courte-
ous service at all times.
W. H. MOSES
Dependable Groceries at
I VEGETABLES I
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x We will have fresh Vegetables of all kinds ready for your y
•jf Saturday shopping, including Turnips and Tops, Mustard |
!j> Grecos, Collards, Carrots, Tomatoes, Sweet Peppers, Squash,
;!* Yams, Cabbage, Green Beans, Onions, Blackeyed Peas, Okra
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the White House at an hour-long .
meeting, and that strikes an vio- side-door pullmans keep a sharp look-
lence in-the Pennsylvania coal fields out for a gentleman by the name of
would be ended speedily as a result. Bosham, about middle age, dressed
in gray working clothes and weigh-
ing about 135 pounds.
y V _ tg ;V,
Buy and save where you always get the best in foods, the
i best in service, and the most for your money.
$ “High in Quality, Low in Price.”
1 Millican Produce Co.
| Both Phones E. B. Millican, Owner
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