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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

(SECTION in Pages 17-24) TJHECKENR1DGE DAILY AMERICAN PAGE 19 i THURSDAY JUNE 30 1921. i fjk 4. r i- tf 0 U .. I I " ' IF. i j m b r V o X" Permanency is Keynote of ?iucmM5? ntirl FnrliiGtrinl -.WW W .... -V. Life as Boom Days Pass EVEN BRECKENRIDGE BOOTBLACKS REAPED GOLDEN HARVEST FROM LL1GH TIDE OF OIL FIELD ACTIVITY No entorprlso has boon started In IlrecUnriilge which lias failed of Burci'sn where given competent per- sistent effort. liven Its townslte falld of drill- In a itinxlo dry hole anion Its more than 100 block wellH. Some of them were not kusImtm some were not more than fair wi-lli but nono xif them fulled of finding oil. Thut In the face too of tho well work! out theory of KeoloKlsti Kt-nernlly i that no oil would be found under I the townslte. IIUHlneu nun In the n haw from time to time contended with similar theory In respect to the de- e!opment of the city commercially. There has always been somebody around to point to this that or the other oil town which has faile...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

I PAGE 20 BRECTvENRIDGE DAILY AMERICAN (SECTION III Pages 1734) THURSDAY JUNE 30 1921. V. . A GUARANTY FUND BANK ' i 1 OFFICERS: .. G. C. BACHMAN President H. B. FURR Vice Pros. ... WILL C. JONES Jr. Vice-Pres. W. A. WHITLEY Cashier Ii. W. SAYLE Vice Pres. R. G. CAMP Asst. Cashier BRECKE STATE CERVICE is the watchword of l o . r i o " -' tors oervice to our rnenas oervi and friendship our ste Many men will tell you they owe their success to their friendships. Association with the right people is inyariably a great help in business as well as in personal affairs. The man who selects his friends carefully usually rises in the world. It is through a dependable bank that the right kind of friends are made. The bank is the center of the best friend- ' . - Strong Enough to Protect all BRECKENRIDGI "Always Glad 1 t?

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

Ra r .. . TiiuusuAr juxnk a Jtazi. (SECTION III Pages 17-24) BRECKENR1DGE DAILY AMERICAN PAGE 21 O K& v V NRIDGE BANK Large Enough to Serve Any JOHN H. KIRBY H. V. SAYLE H. B. FURR S. T. SWENSON J. N. LAMB DIRECTORS: W. M. GUEST ROBERT DOUGLAS HARRY T. ABLES G. C. BACHMAN W. P. SEBASTIAN J. E. GRANBERRY W. I. HUNT A. G. RICHARDSON BEN R. GRANT WILL C. JONES Jr. J.R.ALEXANDER his bank Service to our deoosi- W . -i . c r i i :eto me interests or DrecKennage $)ing stone to success o - nr ..ft. $ a tifi ship in the community. It should therefore be utilized by those who try to succeed. For many years this bank has been making friends and it attributes a great portion of its success to these friend- ships. We'll be glad to have you come in and get acquainted with a friendly bank. q j STATE BANK & erve you n A GUARANTY FUND BANK if Ll

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

PAGE 22 BRECRENR1DGE DAILY AMERICAN (SECTION HI Pages 17-24) THURSDAY JUNE 30 1921. V riuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii H 1 ' 1 v i.' j-4rf " The Really Satisfying Place to Eat" 1 lH-i Urn OT LiVii III THE J. & E. feels justly proud of being among the pioneers of Breckcnridge. Coming here among the first we have seen the city grow from a rusty muddy Utile village of a few hundred to a city of twenty thous- and a city which despite all difficulties and unfore- seen calamities has forged steadily forward to greater heights. A FTER the fire which swept our establishment alone; with other Breckenridjre business houses we started at once rebuilding; a bigger and finer Cafe O GO than before. We have strived at all times to serve our patrons with the best foods obtainable at as low a price as quality will permit and to give that kind of service which builds for future business. J& E. Cafe started out a small lace serving good food and giving real serv...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

A it THURSDAY JUNE 30 1921. A r I. .i b s; i ti -"- J I " ft S.'J ui -' V uo- ei ;' i ' J R L :-in M ss k ' I I t I MM- (SECTION III Pages 17-24) J1RECKENRIDGE DAILY AMERICAN It's Pure "THAT'S SURE" 19 "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" There is satisfaction in drinking water you know is abso- lutely free from contamination. There is safety too. No one for a moment thinks of giving poisoned water to those near and dear. Yet many do. Be on the safe side. Drink water vou know is safe. Ask your doctor. Our plant is equipped willi the most modern distillation ap- paratus to be had. Electrified water process is absolutely pure water that re- tains its minerals and earthly salts necessary to good health. Electrified only water to receive gold medal and highest award at Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Our water is not only pure it is also good palatable and refreshing. Demand the Same Down Town as at Home ELECTRIFIED WATER GO PAGE 23 - -v '-&?f m : MK-J

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

U.I PAGE 2-1 IHIECKEXRTDGE DAILY AMERICAN (SECTION III Pages 17-21) THURSDAY JUNE 30 1921. I in turn Til m Ql- L Courteous Service And An Honest Desire To Please Ha; ui ItO ur Business in Breckenr id The Leading Magazines and Newspapers of America ARE SOLD HERE Cosmopolitan .Green Book Blue Book Red Book Popular Mechanics Field and Stream Country Gentleman Motor Age Ladies Home Journal Womans Home Companion Saturday Evening Posl Everybodys American Metropolitan Hearst's Munseys Argosy Short Stories Adventure- True Stories Whiz Bang Jim Jam Jems Motion Picture News Picture Classic Theater Billboard Variety Denver Post Life Ft. Worth Star-Telegram Ft. Worth Record Dallas News -Ranger Times Kansas City Star New York American Hundreds of Others e ill lw& fi0$&r-- Mm Hk w A rtpsjft; v J . Hundreds come to us for their newspapers and magazines everyday. We strive to keep on hand at' all times any newspaper or magazine our patrons may call for. Starting in a small way today we main...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

(SECTION IV. Pages 2V32) BT?KCTvFKmir.E DAILY AMERICAN PAG Motor Cars and Trucks Helped Make Modern Oil Town Before Railroads; Troubles of the Road Were Numerous HNiMWSUBIMMi Hi IHtTRSDAY .1SNE 30 1921 tup ft tj o " v. O 'I I ll i N IT ' n EARLY TRIALS l ARE NARRATED gone around and that you were In luck to go through once In every twenty trails. This fellow was golnr and South Bond you find plenty of thorn still hauling ten to thirty miles from rail but tho roads In that part ! BY OLD TIMER "Through Pullman trains now; an automobile through If you had extra good luck In tho old day." remarked tho old Minor. strong only Weaklings had no InisIiiesB with It good and tho highways to. the south pronounced in excellent form. continued down Into the trap the morning speak of when a bunch of teams made ready to wallow In from the other sldo.The Arizona person went too far In to attempt hacking out. Tho teams on tho other side were where they could pull to the side and let him through but t...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

AGE 26 BRECKENRIDGE DAILY AMERICAN (SECTION IV. Pages 25-32) THURSDAY JUNE 30 1921. Open Day and Night Service Garage COR. COURT AND ELM STS. CAR WASHING AND VUL- CANIZING DEPARTMENTS We have an experienced washer who knows his business. We are equipped with a modern washing rack and when "the old boat" is lolled oil" the rack she looks like new again. Our Vulcanizing depart- ment is the Lest in the city. We do sectional work retreading and Lube work. You'll find our prices low in comparison with our work- manship. Any kind of a tire you want we have it at as low a price as von ran hnv it anvwhere! . t . . - . - J J JiJLt i . . . EXPERT REPAIRING Our shop is our pride and the men who do the work know cars like you know your way home. No "guess work" here. Every job turned out is backed up with a strict guarantee of satisfaction. We have fac tory men who know the cars. cvi STORAGE Willi ample room for storage your car is assured of the very best treat- ment and will be delivered to y...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

THCflSDAY JUNE 30 1921 (SECTION IV. Pages 23-32) BRECKENRIDGE DAILY AMERICAN . - .... .. . . ... PAGE 27 ; I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIH MMHMMMCMtUi l BH- 335 EAST WALKER STREET 'X 111 J 5 h b l - . CI fr C r-c " y i lli'llllllllIM FUj f J i Breckenridge Garage WE DO A GENERAL GARAGE BUSINESS All of our mechanical department is at the service of the public. We employ only expe- rienced men who have been tried out and "found reliable. You may be sure your work is done right and the price most reasonable if done by us. OUR SERVICE STATION We handle Magnolia gasoline oils and grease. The best to be had. Give your motor a square deal by buying your oils and grease here. WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON YOUR TIRES PENNSYLVANIA VACUUM CUP TIRES PORTAGE OVERSIZE $KIDLOCK TIRES - ."YOU'LL NEVER USE OTHERS IF. YOU TRY THESE" IIOBBS BATTERIES VULCAN AND TITANTIC SPRINGS A Full Line of Accessories and Ford Parts

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

ll PAGE 28 DISSATISFIED WITH PRESIDENT BUCHANAN; FIRST SETTLERS CHANGED NAME OF COUNTY BRECK WALKER'S COUNTY JUDGE OF FIRST LOT IINT TOE Tito few remaining old-timers In Ureckenridge. though vague on the early history of the county and city recount 801110 of the early trials and tribulations of the first settlors and some of the inten sting facts of his- tory concerning the oiganlzatlon of tho county 1 Stephens count was onco known I1H Tllll'linnr. M . .. """ vumuj aim uie- nazv memory of tin pioneers is not settled on the bounds of the pren nt Ste-1 Walker streot and Preckonridge av- pluns county. Some reiiiei.ib. r It nslenue and puld $110 or It. Ho had nt present with tli. bounds not def- a wagon standing here loaded with Inltelj defined; while other r m. m-1 lumber wbirli be had hauled from ber tt as spreading from Pulo pinto' Fort W irth with which to build the to the Pecos river. And old pu-' first house hi re It was a little shack chuiinn a trading point stood on the on tht n...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

V THURSDAY JUNE .10 1921 (SECTION IV. rases 2i.32) BRECKENRIDGE DAILY AMERICAN PAGE 29 tf ( y t lK- h rid I I '! . '. rcr 2iV i F' V hi fcJ ! .( M ' V I" yt. Si Newly Opened For Business Bass Oil & Tire Co In Our New Home At Our Old Location Corner Elm St. and Breckenridge Avenue The Service Station Beautiful" ?'U . "-- -?myf' i iCW -4i - . i skatmiA .? - .k riJwrHK -X3C ' 3&?msKvg- . . p '-mwz - "--- - &s '-&": &.: ?s&wiw The fact thai Ave believe in Breckenridge and the future development of this section caused ns to build a service station in Breckenridge that would do credit to a city many times the size of our own city. Since our opening Saturday Jinie 18 our business has bhown a daily increase. Courteous treatment and efficient service are a fact not a by- word here. We strive to please evetyolie all the time. BASS OIL & TIRE COMPANY AUTHORIZED BRECKENRIDGE DEALERS FOR GOODRICH TIRES AND TUBES 'High Test Gasolines Best Gradp Motor Oils AUTO ACCESSOR...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

JvilT. . PAGE 30 BRECKENRIDGE DAILY AMERICAN (SECTION IV. Pages 25-02') f ttURSDAY JUNE 30 1021 I It Is Indeed True that the iN Tv1" in). The: universal cast"1 is the Universal Car H i i OVER Five Million Fords Have Been BuHt by the Ford Factory FORDS A RE ' First in Service First in Numbers First in Economy First in Endurance First in Reliability First in Adaptability First in Popularity THERE IS ONLY ONE AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER IN BRECKENRIDGE Get Your New Ford From Him and You Will Be Assured of GUARANTEED SERVICE AND GENUINE FO'RD PARTS 'Ik THE FORD TRUCK IS AN ESSENTIAL ELEMENT In the economic life of the country just as the modern news- paper is. It is not inappropriate therefore for the Ford Dealer of Breckenridge to extend felicitations to The Daily American on the occasion of their anniversary edition. FOR THE PROSPECTIVE CAR OWNER Any day at anytime watch the various makes of cars go by and notice this the predominance of Fords. Roadsters sedans coupes touring cars all fill...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

;-v THURSDAY. JUNE 30 1921 (SECTION IV.Pngcs 2.1.2) BRECKENRIDGE DAILY AMERICAN PAGE 31 -STILL BOOSTS; . -. ' AKK1VED HERE 57 EARS AGO 1 1 3 " I UjT .9 ZtM I ns I- r ' I would take JliMJ fur this humble home us uulckh as I would take a million dollars. It is not fur nal I xpect to live on this home spot the n mainder of my das" said Mrs. M I Harris bol- ter known as uiit Dovle as she sat In the sunset of her life In this unpretentious little pioneer ho le now In the heart ot busy llrtckenrldge. And that Is what phi also told a would-he purchaser ncmtly. Mrs. Harris owns 100 feet cquare. frratliiK on Walker street in block 12 whore tho llttlu home stands surrounded by temporary business sir ictures or various -kinds. She ' was standing In the snow last Do- t c mber on the back porch of her homo whfcn the picture here prosont- id was snapped. She is all alone lure her husband and their three i cunureu navinj; passeu away in years and sister are living. In Oklahoma. Mrs. Harris has spe...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

' PAGE 32 BRECltENKIDGE DAILY AMERICAN (SECTION IV. Pages 25-32) TKUB5DAY JUKE 30 1921 IV: fwkaiBsacaHBssni d -J BIG SIX ( pricks i o. ii. ititi-:cKi:itiDnc) j Big Six Touring Car Big Six Coupe - - - - Big Six Sedan $2195.00 $3095.1)0 3195.00 Barnes Motor Co. A. K. RARNKS Mr. 401 BRECKENRIDGE " :" AVENUE i BRECKENRIDGE TEXAS I- STUDEBAKER The Studcbaker at the old price was the best in its field. At the new price it represents the supreme value of motor car values. While Studcbaker returns to old-time prices you obtain an infinitely better car. recognized for its long life low repair cost beauty and economy of operation. WHAT IS IT YOU WANT IN YOUR CAR? You want a car of sturdy durabil- ity that is reliable in its service. You want a car of generous pow- 9 ci1 and flexibility of power. You want a car that rides comfortably and has plenty of room. You want a car that is easy to handle. SPECIAL SIX (PRICKS P. O. IS. URKl'Kr.NKIIH.'K) Special Six 2-Passenger Roadster - - - $1770.00 Spe...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

TTRFOAY TtlSE 30 1921 (SECTION V Pages 33-40) EKfeCRENRIDC-E DAILY AMERICAN PAGE 3J A 4 V P P H H l . o r ? K I Breckenridge Spends Millions in Energetic Campaign of Construction A building: program t lint is reaching out into the oil piorfuc- ing territory immediately adja- cent to Breckenridge during the next few months vi involve the staggering total of oyer SG- 000000 according to estimates piepared by the American. In more than twent lumber yards arc mn million fct of lumbr of1 nil ktndc ; On hand in yard are hundred of thovand of hollow tile brick and' plntv of cement and other bulld- lnr material ready to the hand of the contractor. i Thii compare with a situation during tln past -ar in which tht rmiift nri nf freight Imrilonhifr thp now railroads Into th city made it " IinpoMtilp for th- lumber yards or'lMwe of $ 100000 and the Issue has Mhr buildinR supply concerns to been approved by the attorney gon- KH Mocks ahead of th- demand. Iral. U is antlclpflt.-d tho the Hr"ckrnrl...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

PAGE 34 BRECKENRIDGE DAILY AMERICAN (SECTION V. Poses 33-40) THURSDAY JUNE 30 1921 V 4 !i : ROSE AVE. """(! i ru i i a jgeBWwrwaw eoHMEanHBei NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 4 THE EMERGENCY HOSPITAL HAS Been Thoroughly Refurnished and redecorated. It is now one of the most efficient hospitals in the oil fields as well as one of the most complete. The most satisfactory attention is given patients- by our unequaled staffs of trained nurses at all times. The operating room is in every respect thoroughly mod- ern .convenient and sanitarv. OPEN TO ALL REPUTABLE PHYSICIANS AUDREY ABBOTT R. N. Superintendent P("W"Wi A f 1 X i r PHONE 191 I f 7 1 I M II . . 7 fl f -f ii ir y- if r v. v - wimmmmmmummmm . vj

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

(i K v is v & '. tt V s u k s :T HP TliL"RSDAY. JUNE 30. 1921 (SECTION Y. Pages 33-40) BRECKENRIDGE DAILY AMERICAN mm : Off For Crystal Falls Ifs the season of llic year for which mosl of us work fifty weeks to enjoy a fortnight of real fun. Lock up your of- fice: forget your business cares and get out into the open where there' is bathing fishing- and other outdoor sports. You will find it mil save your health and money. Enjoy yourself next Sunday and the Fourth of July at the Crystal F El ach 5g555. 7 o'iv- ft M &my 0NT BE A Everyone Will Be There SUNDODGERl So Join the Crowd Come On ts fi& n TSie reatl ater yr- The only place in this section wliere you can keep cool and enjoy yourself. Ask your friends to come with you and make it one big party. CRYSTAL FALLS BATHING BEACH Plenty of J? Bathing Suits Plenty of Bathing Suits o ALL KINDS OF REFRESHMENTS sPtZS't 719 W H PAGE 35

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

PAGE 36 I lMnMMmBBHnM m ESTABLISHED PpPI iiiiifwRifB DitECKENRlDGE DAILY AJktEfclCAN (SECTION V. Pages 33-40) THURSDAY JUNE 30 1D21 KEEPING FAI OFFICERS and DIRECTORS: BRECK WALKER President'. J. E. THOMPSON Vice President. WILL' BLACK Vice President. C. E. MARTIN Vice President. JACK BLACK Vice President. H. CARLTON WALKER Vice President. C. R. DAVIS Vice President. C. M. CALDWELL Director. GLENN RUSSELL Cashier. 0. A. GILMORE Assistant Cashier. 'A. F. DABNEY Assistant Cashier. CAPITAL' $200000.00 With a grc ion of wlia was amniio " x Growing With BA Evidencing our belief in the f ulure of Ij have built one of the finest and largest bank service of more than seventeen years has t solidarity of The First National Bank. The of its business through all these years ha sources improved its efficiency and seasoi ience. It is now the largest and strongest bai Worth and east of El Paso with facilities tht of a city thrice the size of the present Brec expansion from year to year is reflex. ...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

u J 4 THURSDAY JUNE 30 1921 (SECTION V. Pages 33-40) BRECKENRIDGE DAILY AMERICAN WITH BRECKENRIDGE ? aL faith in Breckenridge in llic early clays and with a vis- jii.ii uouid cvcniuaUx be THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ; llic pioneers lo build for a wonder city of llie future. mess 'enridge. we liin Texa. Our V;il)lislicd l Iu Froptr conduct olarged its re- led it- experi- ''ikwct oi' Fort i lill take care Pkcnridue. Our le result of the our business bn'ulUor it is IiiatJaffead oi' it. -uncertainties r NATIONAL j oi Gibraltar !ed tbe absolute continue to be r "Vs-f i-rkiMim i ill I r fVv'-'iiiiuiiuji.i lenee which' Your Viewpoint May we not ask tbat you come in and talk tilings over with our officers and directors? You'll find our friendli- ness to be genuine our interest in your welfare to be sin- cere our willingness and ability to promote your interests unlimited when kept witbin tbe bounds of conservative banking principles. You'll find us always ready to assist in everything for the b...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Breckenridge American — 30 June 1921

AGB 33 JG BUILDER'S LIFE FULL OF SPEEDY WORK! No oil field ever made rig bulld- EO faster than Stephens county lo during the last twelve months. Their operations provided the way r Increase in that time of oil pro-' ictlon from around 20000 to more' an 130000 barrels per day the ghest figure eer attained In rth Trran field. Moro than twenty rig building rmn with yards and other Inveat- ent averaging more than 100000 ch are engaged In the building of rrlcks in the county. Their activ es aro better provided for than at Er previous time. ice tlm extreme rush period of 1st fall when demand was such at It was Impossiblo to pick skilled Ion for all the work crows bavin be pieced out as best could be anaged operating forres have been uch Improved with result of faster id better work being now available an over before. j Record erection bf a derrick was ade on the court house block dur- g the railroad celebration of a ar ago when a standard rig war in up m a little more than two urs. In prn...

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