The Paducah Post (Paducah, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
IIIVIII W T*» k
PADUCAH, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1922
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY FILLED—SWINT-BURNETT DRUG COMPANY
Denton, is perhaps due more
,,.(,(|jt for making our stay the
u.ost pleasant in the history of
the association than anyone else.
He is the “guy’' who took the
association to Denton from Me-
Allen. Bill knows how to do
things in a grand way, and his
r» THEY SPREAD IT ON AS 0N-; |;(,spit;ility can not he excelled.
LY FOLK LIKE THEM 1 A larger attendance than was
i really expected was there, and
CAN DO d was any of the hoys who
idid not have a good time or the
'she-boys either—we failed to learn
This issue of the Post may not|()f jt '
be all that you would have it be,, j)enton will long !)•* remnn-
Imt if it has short comings just 1)(,red j„ the hearts of the Texas
charge it up to the editor—-the, £(pto[.s for the hospitality and
boys have done their pai t. Kh > wnmelrngoes ’to n^lit the
is as the convention ot tne i - - w)|ltes white Olmul, the Winnebago
as press drew nearer and nearer fnvor,.,] the union ami declared
we could not resist the tempation tlmt ..jf au the tribes will join us our
to attend despite the fact that wflrriors will he like the trees of the
we had to leave the office with- forest." "Ves," replied Shnbhomi, "But
, , _ oven a iob the soldiers of the whites will outnum-
out an operator or even a jou me ^ on the ttWH., Th(.
printer. \ i>ottawatoniles did not join.
The Texas Press this year met simblsoim was not content with hold-
with the Denton people, that thriv-1 |nR hlg own warriors quiet tfter
ing city of North Texas that is I sttilniiin’K defeat had left the whole
famous for its colleges and good : northern frontier of Illinois mqiro-
schools During our stay there tooted, he set out to warn the whites
uui K . I that the hostile* were coming. A few
wc were entertained at the ui funiier, lierslsted staying and a
A.: and you call JU. . Fecem! time the chief, facing death at
life that all the old boys WHO the hands Of Black Hawk's warriors,
were able to leave their wives at (.lirrj(.,) the alarm. The settlers who
home passed—or at least tried to r,,fUSed to heed this warning died In
j,.lss_as single men before that the dreadful massacre on Indian creek
hie bunch of "iris who are stu- Shahhmm served General Atkins,,n
,tents Ut the c"l A This much, faithfully and well as a scout during
nuts at uu v i . . , ,he remainder of the campaign and
however, is to he kept a p . toumt ^ ^ ,n mstory R frleil(11, „1(liun
secret, for the Missus Editor ft rmv,mied hv the whites. The
The Post was left at home-
WH8 rewarded by the whites. Tlie*
government excepted Sluibbona and his I
knew those girls were going to flimuj. from the order removing all
he there. the l’ottawatomles to a reservation |
Denton is one of the prettiest In Kansas and gave him a pen-ion
. • rn t* :a makinsr But land speculators took possession I
town in lexas It W „f tra,;! while he was visiting his
rapid progress all the tn , < « (ri|ip However, citizens w«iu appreci-
is one of the verybestcollagetown ut)>(| ,|M. vll|Ue 0f pig services raise,I
it call be truthfully said that it to buy land on the Illinois rher
is one of the very best college und gave the old chief a home for the
towns in Texas. Not only is the rest of his days.
(' ] A located there, but the He died there July 17. is.v.i. and Is
North Texas State Normal Col- '"’ried in Morris, III.
lege, with a private school or two
TEXAS LEAGUE HAS A SUC-
CESSFUL YEAR FOR
THE CLOSING OF
THEY THINK WELL
OF COTTLE COUNTY
GOOD YEAR IS REPORTED BY PEOPLE WHO ARE COMING
ALL SCHOOLS FOR THIS
HERE REALIZE OPPOR-
besides the public schools. It is
ioeated in the very heart of the
black land belt of Texas, where
people grow fine wheat, hogs, eat-j
tb pud as little cotton as possible.
l-Vet is they do not have to do- j; R ^ ^
,H."d on cotton for a living. h,.wis. well known ok-.i
Denton put the little pot m . ( |las receive i .fli-ial
the big one for the Texas editors |;n,-rr the \Vur D, ■ vrt
They left nothing undone that _ u. , ........ nf fli(, il(„ ,.v
The Texas Anti-Tuberculosis
i.range has just completed the
busiest year it has had since its
organization 10 years ago, par-
ticularly the nursing and the dis-
pensary service. A summary of
the principles points follow:
Visits to patients homes made
by our nurses increased 151 per
emf over 1920 and the number
of eases on the books increased
139 per cent.
Attendance at the clinics in-
creased 9(1 per cent, the number
of new patients 63 per cent, the
number of new active eases 40
per cent over 1920.
The Modern Health Crusade
was carried on in some of the
country schools, but nothing was
done in the city schools.
With the asistance of Mr. R.
< . Ortega, Mexican Lecturer of
the Texas Public Health Associ-
ation. two health campaigns were
I carried on among the Mexicans
where nearly 20.000 Mexicans
| were reached.
The League had an exhibit at
the Houston fair last November.
)] Ti Grow school has been j Many people are coining to Cot-
ijtangot with great success and ef- tie County now to make this their TI
I by Mrs. Witherspoon , home, and it is amusing as well
T y.-ar. The students of that'as interesting to hear what they
uiiiity wish to express their
a and appreciations. Grow
■a, ,1 closed last Friday night,
,1 ni.-" program was render-
have to say about the country.
Several days ago a prospector
from he east was here prospect-
ing. II dropped into our office
and ordered The Post sent to him
' hu;-k Creek school present- for the next year He stated that
tnev eoiuii uu t» ■■*««" <-«•* —v , \r -t c r i ; • -trlittul program at the be had no idea we had such a
pleasant. They literally turned diwuiiuf in Manila ol h j ; ■ g ... their school there last wonderful <.ountry and that he
he town over to us and hade ns -r. I on. Lewis, 42 I at.,.-., ,.V;.|,y night. A large audience |was goiug to move here just as
••heln ourselves.” It was one kwking. and the tamil, an . present and each one voted soon as he could
Viu' id another until 1,1 ’as to the cl*-iai»^ M u ,.:,- jipprnval ot an enjoyable r .. ..
good ieecl alter anorner, uniu . . , , , ,t , 11 J J In the course of bus conversa-
r thought to my soul T would the -widen death but state iliatj, v,.limir. Ition he said •
® _____iv:__tin* lienther pfllllH not SWIH1 VCl'V i m-i. i. nnl.nA1 U-c l *
“I had always been told some
‘searv’ stories about the Panhan-
eat a,rain. NVe were entertained ''"'• 1,1 ” 1 1 i pn-iini lnuen tnis year, cme
•it the CIA buildings, and all j,liat ,uet his death while mtl|(. ..fficient work of her in-
‘ .* was charged Was the actual ' of 'he wbmd rivers. ;.m,et..is Mr. J. M. Parsons,
cost of the expenses. ----------- Mi--' - Mildred McClure and Za-
Bill Edwards, the man at the j Do the right thing and > "u n- A-chraft.
head of the Record-Chronicle at .won’t go wrong. ; TT Swearing school closed
________________________iji—iwm i Fr,lay. May 19th. A school pic-
_!_—— wa- had on that day, follow
Fill up your system with the
spring-time air and smile,
Cane - *!.- v. .aid pain and Besides posters and charts dis-
Ciiv '"Tile: played, they had a map showing
Forget every rrmihle. forget ev- jcases °f tuberculosis in the State
ery tear. of Texas.
.Search v Fr die splendor of j.,v Durin« the summcr health filras
alld ,,f ',-hecr ’ ' were shown in various free movie
, shows throughout the country in
L'" •vou- ' ls eo-operation with the Recreation
f >'w:~ and Community Service.'
* i- ' ' 1 ' ■ n: awhile. It was recommended that:
The number of trustees be in-
m \ with creased from seven to at least
: 1 ■ *ii-• fifteen, and the officers be elected
v- ’ T ; in j our by the trustees from among their
he —I- : " own number,
vra-s ! tiic tree-. An active campaign for mem-
:,is .111,1 tic bees. bers be made.
„,1 find More attention be given to
preventive work among children,
with a children’s secretary em-
ployed as soon as finances war-
lant this additional work.
Establishment of a preventori-
]!•'>•>" Ward B. cchcr so the Dun to take care of the anemic^and
story v was tine asked,undernourished children.
by young jireaelier how lie , ~ ---------- =s
could make his r.ingivgniion keep The four which have just re-
more can your
comfort than these?
-.J. Dave t ameron.
THIS FITS MOST OF US
LIKE OUR GOVERNMENT IS AN
“Of the People, By the People,”
For the People.”
OUR AIM IS:
—To protect our depositors, and see
that their funds are kept safely and se-
—To assist and advise the people of this
community to the full limit of our knowl-
edge and ability.
THE BANK OF SAFETY AND
The First State Bank
Paducah's Guaranty Bank
die of West Texas. I thought
that when I got here I would
have to use a lasso to keep mv
hat in my possession, and I would
not have been surprised had the i
_______ wind blown my clothing entirely
...f the evening by a program °^' °/ nle- Instead of finding a
.itfnrded much' pleasure to ;condition like that I find that the
a*i.rs. The school work has | )v,u<l here blows just about like
1i nducted with marked sue
‘ JlVSTtH? “
wide awake aiid attentive during turned to Texas are the Lotiisi-
hi- -. i Minn- ]>•.....Iter replied that jma. State of Shreveport, La.; the
lie ui way - had a man wateh for.,Travelers of Hartford, the Royal
sleeper-, with instruction, as Fnion Mutual of Des Moines,
soon a- iie saw anyone start nod Iowa, and the Minnesota Mu-
not have been surprised had the]11'"' '” ,'1"' "f St- Paul- Tb(“ Travelers
wind blown mv cloth;™ „„u™i,.! I,ulI' l,;,i "j,k" ,l"'1 l"’ea-her.,a„d the Minnesota Mutual with-
ArtMi r V"ii ami I usually I*ss s<*n- drew when the Robertson law
sibh Would w- not he in- went into effect. The two com-
elined to have the watcher wake panics which returned some time
"lit does anywhere else” butTinnst up’ ’ "lir'."lv'"' ' :T a£r° w?re the Manhattan Life of
.... . _ j , . . rang: | sleeping.' In 1 r \ \',.w \ ork and the Reliance Life
j,--- Lima Gallahai and Vesta, ..... ’ ® Saw' other-.’ When things g„ wrong |„ returning to Texas the four
;^b,.v ' Lr" ,e ®a®t> at least jn ali organization, th president;companies paid hack gross prem-
T^T^rr—: niBVe *>“ tbe concep- usually iv-ls it is necessary for. ium taxes of *26,319 into the
Charged With Kidnapping I Don that not many kinds of crops Hm dlilk, „P hi- i d. - .state Treasury.
Texarkana, Texas, May 15.-!tr/ aaf°dla‘er%bu} y*m Jra"k His associates, in turn, usually ------
The Bowie County grand jury1 ' l--,, ,, ' \ bav® found j st«r; k king up m i' with Hail Damaged Power Plant
.sitting at Boston yesterday re- J.0.™ t“‘ab,,n Cottle county. thflv, ,1::dcr them And w- k
iturned hills of indictment against wt,oro T n„,.„ e ^__bre®. c°unjties (1|.s v. m-n they are disatisticd. Sweetwater, Texas, May 14.
! Carvel H nham and Hugh Irving,
charging them with kidnapping
imid carrying pistols.
Tiny immediately furnished
hands in the sum of *1,750 each,
pending trial, which it is thought
likely wil b<* held some time this
Mof good rains have been
! falling over the country this
week Cottle County has re-
ceived her portion of this, which
| n|v sends the season deeper in-
■ m the earth.
The farmers are elated over the
prospects of the coming crops.
1 ji„st of them have their maize
,nd corn planted, and it is look-
]‘m as fine as one could ask for.
There are many acres of cotton
i planted at this time, most of
which is up and lookig pretty.
\11 the farmers need BOW is B lit-
tle sunshine to moke cotton
» e , jave formerly lived. Onel,lsua]|v h,y the blame, not at Additional heavy rains, aceompa-
y ur citizens showed me a gov- their . wn door, hut at the door -,,jt d by hail, late Saturday night
eminent crop report, and from 0f tln foreman or the depart-; over this vicinity damaged the
• a see that you usually make'nlt,,lt head or the big bos-—some- ldph power light line from here
a ou double the production that hod\ .iiivhow. except themselves fr. Roseoe. Loraine and Colorado
e generally get in the east. j jj,,„ aj,,Uit adding this Beecher and for the time put those towns
One thing_that, has attracted scuih > what we always any jn the dark.
e-f- r tnt,r 's ease with ■ around with us in our minds?-
which the fanners farm here I Fx
have ---- ’ ■
NEW LIFE INSURANCE
Some men never kick. They
find it more profitable to work.
Some people are experts at get-
ting into trouble and keeping out
------- ..v.» „ um) Austin. Texas. May 14.—Four A local wit says it doesn’t
•lay. »'e are used to using one- new I tV insurance companies i make any difference whether a
horse stuff back where I was'hav. entered Texas, two of which woman has anything in her head,
raised, and only plowing one! withdi w when the Robertson, provided the husband has plenty
‘*Tfc 8 r0T»t a time at th«t. i compulsory investment law was j .his pocket.
1 newest forme. I am com-1 enacted and two quit the state] Many foresighted tihnkers be-
ta that date. Thus thejlieve that
seen one man runninir as
much as 125 to 150 acres of land
here He uses the double-row
implements, walks none, and it
ing just as soon as I pan „„,i
don’t you forget it ” ’ "d
“d Pves a nickel to
twenty 5 cts. today, my, f.
the way to Heaven and it dialed
the great war just
four were licensed in Texas prior (closed is-.only a prelude to «
to the passage of the Robertson
statin which became effective
on Julv 6. 1907. Two other com-
panies which withdrew at that
time have since returned to Tex-
as. making a total of six which
< have reentered the state.
greater one yet to come. Un-
fortunately. however, the Loxd
dotsaft tefl all that he knows.
Sometimes it is da
practice what vrat
doors have a habit
when they cloee.
f* * i
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Carlock, E. A. The Paducah Post (Paducah, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1922, newspaper, May 18, 1922; Paducah, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720833/m1/1/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bicentennial City County Library.