Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 126, Ed. 1 Friday, August 28, 1925 Page: 4 of 6
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THE YOAKUM HERALD
THE YOAKUM DAILY HERALD
Oldest Yoakum Dally—Founded 1S97
Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday By The Bankers Print-
ing Company, Yoakum, Texas.
T. H. RICHTER, Editor.................................... Phone 99
MISS FANNIE MAE RUSH, Locale...........................Phone 99
EL D. Meister, Manager-Owner------------------ Office 99
Catered March 95, 1917, at Yoakum, lexis, as Second Class Matter, Under
' the Act of Congress of March S, 1871
1 Year 96.00; 1 Month 60c
1 Year $1.60; 6 Months 76c
YOAKUM—“Hub City of South Texas”, Home of big S. A. A A. P. Railway
■hops and of state's largest tannery and marble works.
YOAKUM—Population 6,184 (U. S. Census 1990). Largest town between
■on Antonio and Houston or between Corpus Christ! and Waco.
- YOAKUM—On three highways: King of Trails; C. A. M. A A. Route 6A;
•ad Denison. Whltesboro, Fort Worth and Gulf Highway.
CHEVR8LET CAR MAKES
■ _CHEAP RUN
Los Angeles to Detroit at a total
cost of $2^0.
That is what It costs in a Chevrolet
according to Joseph L. Rogers, Holly-
wood, and A. V. Oalilna, Los Angeles,
Insurant men who recently made the
trip of 3,104 miles at an expense of
f|4.4Q for gasoline, oil and food or
aeren-t£nths of a cent per man per
'•the Chevrolet used was a sedan own
ed by Mr. Galllna. It had been driven
only 630 miles before they decided to
make a vacation tour to the Detroit
home of Mr. Roger’s broth. Clifford W.
Alternating at the wheel, they made
the trip In five days and 18 hours, only
a d^y and one half longer than the
time*;df‘transcontinental flyers which
trajrel a njuch .shorter distance due to
the Weldings of the motor roads.
*Me tourists gave no particular
thot* either to the speed or economy
-of tlfe trip until they were questioned
In Detroit by the manager of a Chevro-
let service station where they stopped
on arrival to change the crank case oil
HO .induced them to visit W. 8. Knud-
sen, president of the Chevrolet Motor
company, ‘General Motors building.
After Inspecting and driving the car,
Mr. Knudsen pronounced it in excel-
lent mechanical condition.
‘The trip was In no sense a stunt,”
said Mr. Rogers. “We had no acci-
dents except a puncture, the repair of
which incidentally is included in the
expense budget. Our only adventure
was finding two Indian children near-
ly dead of thirst on a lonely stretch
of desert road in New Mexico. They
fell on their knees when we gave
them a bottle of water.”
PORT ARTHUR. Aug. 27—This is a
fish story, but George M. Craig, local
banker, says there is nothing fishy ‘‘Pardon me, miss, but aren’t
about it It happened to him, so he holding your skirt rather high?”
knows its straight. But Mr. Craig “Haven't I a perfect right?” she
didn’t land his fish, so you may draw snapped.
your own conclusions. Craig, fishing “You certainly have, miss, and a
for luna in San Marcos bay, Nova peach of a left.” he replied.
Scotia, hooked one estimated by old ♦ * ♦
fishermen !o weigh 900 pounds. lr. “I’d like to be cremated, but I’m
the fight that ensued, for Mr. Craig sure my wife wouldn’t like it.”
was fishing with a pole and line, his “Why so?”
motor launch was towed eight miles; “She’s always complaining about
out to sea by the fish. It finally es- my leaving my ashes around.”
caped when the line caught in the pro-1 ♦ * ♦
peller and broke.
Zane Grey, according to Mr. Craig.
“Why don’t you get married?"
“Because wre can’t get any house or
Read the Herald Want Ads
A highly Informed fool feels wiser
than a really educated man, but, an
ambition and ability* to serve dis-
tinguishes real education from the
false. Baldwin’s Business College Fall
Term opens Septermer first. Tuition
Rates will be raised on the second.
Every effort is being made to give no-
tice so that no one will put off secur-
ing a scholarship till ft is to late to
save the difference. Useful and profit-
able service i3 specified. Watch
Baldwin graduates Enter now.
Phone 584. 121-7
A dance in Hallettsville at the Orien
tat Ballroom tonight. Music by
Buske’g Orchestra. 126-lp
eased of its acute distress - gas pains,
sour stomach, harmful constipation
relieved and comfort restored oyQ
They please and satisfy • only 25c
A. F. A A. M.
1st and 3rd Satur-
days of every
month at 8:00 P.
M. Visiting Mas-
ter Masons are
H. E. Morgan WM
J. W. Cook, Secy.
landed a 758 pound tuna last year, flat!”
said to be a record. Craig’s adven- j “But can’t you live with your par-
ture with the fish brought him a great' ents-in-law?”
deal of publicity, one Montreal paper j “No, because they are still living
sending a special writer down to inter with their parents-in-law.”
view him. ♦ ♦ ♦
-♦ j A boy furrowed his brow over an
examination question: “What is a
At last he wrote down this answer
—“Something you canardly believe.”
♦ * ♦
Waiter—Where’s that paper plate I
gave you with your pie?”
Frosh—Oh, I though that was the
♦ ♦ ♦
A visitor said to a little girl, “And
what will you do, my dear, when you
are as big as your mother?”
“Diet,” said the modern child.
♦ * ♦
Young Bragger—My grandfather
built the Rocky Mountains.
Unsympathetic Listener—Aw, that’s
nothing. Do you know the Dead Sea?
Well, my grandfather killed it
* ♦ ♦
‘Howt is it, dad, you never learned to
“Oh, I dont’ know.”
“What a lot of fun you must have
“Oh, I don’t know. I was always
able to talk some girl into letting me
R. A. M. No. 209
Meets 2nd Mon-
day night of each
Joe F. Sciba, H. P.
I. W. Cook, Rec.
SECTION OF SEARCH
AND SEIZURE LAW IS
JIFTY YEARS OLD
I AUSTIN, Aug. 28—While the so-
, called search and seizure law of the
| Thirty-Ninth legislature is creating
j considerable interest and diversity
j of opinion among peace officers and
j others thruout the state, it was disclos
ed Wednesday afternoon that section
1 of the act has not only been a part
of the Texas constitution, but has
been in the Texas Code of Criminal
Procedure for the last fifty years.
This section was first incorporated
in the criminal code in 1879 and is
known as article 5, and was again
placed in the code in 1895 .then in
1911 .and lastly in the code of 1925.
This is the section or article which
reads: “The people shall be secure
in their persons, houses, papers and
possessions from all unreasonable seiz
ures or searches, and no warrant to
search any place, or to seize any per-
son or thing, shall issue without de-
scribing them as near as may be, nor
without probable cause, supported by
oath or affirmation.” This is the ex-
act verbiage of section 1 of the new
law ,and also of article 5, incorporat-j
ed in the code of 1879. j
Section 2 of the act is new, and is
the one which provides that no ranger
or peace officer shall search the ac-
tual residence or place of business
without first obtaining a search war-
rant Section 3 fixes the penalty, and
the last section is the emergency
No. 66 K. T.
Meets the 2nd
and 4th Thursday
night of each
month at 8:00, in
F. O. Crawford, Em. Com.
O. Corsen, Recorder, j
SCOTTISH RITE CLUB
tish Rite Club
meets 3rd Mon-
Saturday, August 29th only
One bucket, 15 pounds nice Color-
ado rural Irish CCr
Rohan’s Cash-Carry Grocery
ANTON .1. ROHAN, Prop.
Read the Herald Want Ads
The man who con-
sistently and regularly
uses the facilities of his
bank depositing and
saving his money, has
the best recommenda-
tion he can obtain when
in an emergency he is
in need of a loan
Deposit yrur earnings regularly in the
Yoakum State Bank
“THE BANK THAT DOES THE MOST GOOD”
day night of
each month, i
S. E. Blakeney, Pres.
F. N. Clifford, Secy.
Meets the 2nd
Tuesday night of
each month 8
/clock at the
A. A. Dolsen, Pres
F. N. Clifford, Sec.
No. 282 O. E. S.
Meets 1st and 3rd
Friday night of each
Mrs. E. F. Fulgham,
Mrs. E. S. Winfree.
Monday August 31st the Yoakum
Chapter will hold its annual basket
picnic ,t.he occasion being the birthday
of Robert Morris the founder of the
order. All Eastern Stars, their famil-
ies, visiting Stars are cordially invit-
ed to attend the picnic at Lakeside.
7:30 p. m.
V Phono Nino Nino 0
i Cleveland catepillar tractor. 12 H.
P. at draw bar. 20 H. P. at pulley. Will
take windmill or small gas engine in
trade. Ring 175 or 45X. 126-2-1 tw
FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1625
Today and Saturday
August 28 and 29
If you want to soo eomody
and thrills, ba aura to
soo this ono
Prices : 5 and 15c
CASH Platinum, Silver, Dia-
monds, magneto points .false teeth,
jewelry ,any valuables. Mail to-
day. Cash by return mail.
Hoke 8. & R. Co., Otsego, Mieh.
STAR PARASITE REMOVER
A wonderful Poultry Remedy given fowls
in drinkiug water or feed absolutely will
rid rhem or lice raltea, fleas, blue bugs, and
all destructive insects.
Contains sulphur scientifically compound-
ed with other health-building ingredients;
Is s good tonic and blood purifier: nothing
better for preventing disease. Give it to
your fowls one month. If they are not
healthier, don’t lay more eggs and are kept
free of destructive Insects—your money re-
funded. ffer sale by North's Drug Store
and good a. vug Stores everywhere.
Regular meeting of Chapter tomor-
row night August 28th. Election of
officers. Also, matter of sending dele-
gates to San Antonio Convention will
be decided upon.
125-2 W. T. Brian, Jr., M. C.
Subscribe for the Daily Herald
I George Wright tennis racket and
case, never been used, (tests $17.50;
will sell for $12.50. Call I25M.
FOR SALE—Living room suite, bed-
room, dining room, breakfast set, rugs,
gasoline stove .table, rockers and
sectional book case. Apply Mrs. R. E.
The Greatest of all Banks
is the Federal Reserve Bank
Being- a member of the largest banking system in the world
and under strict supervision, you are given every safe-guard j;
that the government could devise. *
Your transactions with this Bank are absolutely confiden-
For more than THIRTY YEARS at your service.
Yoakum National Bank f
Yoakum, Texas t
Owing to the fact I am too moan to
live in Yoakum, 1 wish to sell 16 lots
in the Glendale Addition. Will make
terms. J. C. Williams, Sample, Tex.
No. 348, I. O. O. F.
1st and 3rd Mon-
day of every
month at 7:30 P.
M. Visiting mem-
bers always wel-
come. Meets in
K. of P. Hall.
D. K. nrown, N. G.
H. Voglesang, Sec.
Two nice light housekeeping rooms
for rent. Newly papered. 207 Gon-
zales St. Phone 587J. 126-4
Close in furnished bed room with or
without an unfurnished room adjoin-
ing to be used as kitchen or dining
room. Phone 161 124-3
Stated meetings 2nd and 4th
Friday 8 P. M. Masonic Temple.
W. T. Brian, Jr., M. C.
L. L. SquyreB, Scribe
Yoakum Council No. 68
MODERN ORDER OF
Meet 1st Thursday of
each month 8 p. m. in K. of
P. Hafi. Visiting Praetorians welcome.
R. J. Sladek, Sublime Augustus.
B. H. Treybig, Worthy Recorder.
Goidenrod Camp 173
|WOODMEN OF THE
Meets 2nd and 4th
| Saturday evening in each month at 8
I o’clock. K. of P. Hail. Lott St.
C. L. Turbo vine. C. C.
E. L. J in uim <>n Clerk.
Apartment for rent.
One modern two room apartment to
couple without children. Phone 541,
408 E. Hugo.
furnished or j
unfurnished. Phone 284. 122-tf
Apartment for rent.
We Save You 25%
On your shoe repairing
Have your shoe repaired by an
Repairer and Boot
P. A. Malick & Kubicek
SADDLE AND SHOE SHOP
Gray Building Yoakum, Texas
FOR RENT—Three room furnished
apartment. 407 Price Ave. Phone
FOR RENT—A furnished room to a
gentleman. Phone 106. Mrs. W. J.
Snearly. «• 117-10
FURNISHED—Three or four rooms to
right party, one block from High
School. Phone 221. 112-tf
FOR RENT—One down stairs apart-
ment, modern convenieces. Apply 310
Coke St. Phone 158W. 109-
In industry, in commerce, in the home
hardly a day goes by without some
new use being found for electrical
And as this service becomes increas-
ingly essential to modern life, so does
the electric utility industry become
an increasingly essential part of the
YOAKUM LIGHT & WATER COMPANY
A. E. Stephen, Mgr.
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Richter, T. H. Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 126, Ed. 1 Friday, August 28, 1925, newspaper, August 28, 1925; Yoakum, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth758149/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carl and Mary Welhausen Library.