Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 95, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 23, 1925 Page: 1 of 4
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I mvfislij to Texas 10*20*26
YOAKUM DAILY HtKALD
Give us Better Roads
and Better Streets
A Better Paper Every Day
A Better Yoakum Meant
a Biffcrer Yoakum
YOAKUM, TEXAS, AFTERNOON 01* THURSDAY. JULY 2.1, 192A
5c A COPY—MO. 95
A Column of Comment
imM tlx,', o jut'uli, ml Hi' Hun formed
the**, o lsrui'l. Four it*>t : fur 1 have re-
deemed the** hy tliy iihimh; thou urt mint*.
Isaiah 43: 1.
"And uoVi l.ortl wlml wait 1 fur.
My hone is in This-."
Boy Gets $20,000 COTTON ADVANCES ON UNFAV-
ORABLE GOVERNMENT REPORT
An object of considerable
curiosity on our streets, the
other day, was an auto with a
New York license tag. It seems
like a visitor from a foreign
country, so seldom do we see
any but Texas tags. But wait
till we get that highway from
Schulenburg thru here and the
Smithville-Yoakum cut off and
we will see more of these foreign
cars in a day than we see now
in a year. If 10 per cent of
these tourists spend $5.00 each
(some will spend fifty) it would
leave at least $20,000 additional
money in Yoakum every year.
Is this item worth looking after?
Then too it might bring in some
new settlers. Anyway we want
more improved roads.
A speaker at the Rotary Club
yesterday said the worst roads
he encountered, in 1500 mile
drive, were within 10 miles of
Yoakum. He was not knocking
he was telling only what his con-
science dictated. We do not ask
him to stay away long but when
he comes again we hope he will
be able to say “The BEST roads
1 encountered were within 10
miles of Yoakum.
William Hays, 19. gets $20,000 for
four months work as office boy for
the lute Charles llerboth of St.
Louis. Herboth in l.is will ordered
one-third of his $740,000 estate di-
vided among his employes, and the
courts ruled Hays was .ntuled to
one tin*t>-second of tl.i»» sliaie.
• Tlu* cotton market experienced one I
of the most phenomnol advances this
, year when it soard 13d points, a little
i more than a cent and a quarter per
| pound when tin government report
' came out this morning,
j The report puts the cotton crop in
j the United States at 13,388.000 tmd
I the condition at 70.4 which is about
I two per cent lower than the cotton
men were estimating it at.
| Texas condition report has not been
received as yet.
J The .Market October New Orleans
opened at 23.02 this morning, and im-
' mediately after the government short
; report came out ii advanced to 21.GO,
land at one time receeded to 22.1)0, and
finally drew to close at 21.33.
| Spot reports from New Orleans, Mem
phis, Houston, Dallas and Galveston
show that the spot market was up 150
! The regional summary over the area
i is as follows:
Temperatures were mostly near or
DEWITT COUNTY URGES TO
GET STARTED ON HIGHWAY
A note of warning against further;
*i* la> on ill*- pari of DeWitl county in j
gening duv n t*> actual construction J
work on its part of the Glacier to Gull J
highwa> was sounded by 1*. K. Gulp, j
chairman of the stale parks board,
and closely associated with highway ;
work in the slate for years, who was j
one of the speakers at the Chamber |
of Commerce membership meeting |
and watermelon feast on the city park
More designations of new high-
way routes have been made bv the
present highway commission since
its term in office than were made
during the previous four years, Mr.
(Joli> said. Numerous pledges of aid
I have been made, until the limit of
stae funds ligs practically been
rear-lied, the speaker declared.
For this reason, immediate action
should be begun by the county in
constructing its road so that the aid
pledged may be collected while the
funds are available. Wilson and
somewhat below normal but maxima ; Gonzales counties are already
DEFENSE MAKES FIVE
POINTS IN ITS APPEAL
were again 100 to 104 degrees at some
places in Northern Texas. Good show-
ers mostly light to moderate but at a
few stations occurred from Oklahoma
eastward to the Atlantic coast ex-
cept in extreme northern districts.
DAYTON, Tenn., July 23—In
higher court, defense attorneys
nouneed, they will fight chiefly
work on their roads and are receiv-
ing the state aid money. DeWitt
county may find itself left hi hind if
it delays starting construction work
until Hi*' state funds are exhausted,
the speaker said.
I ACST1N Salvador of HI l*uso. Y*b<r,
was sentenced to die by the electric
chair July 21 will escape the death,
j chair. Governor Miriam A. Ferguson
i today commuted his death sentence-
to life imprisonment. Jacques was
convicted for the slaying of J. J. Cole-
Imand, Kl Faso policeman.
WASHINGTON The conflict be*
tween religion and science, exempli-
[fled in the Scopes anti-evolution triai:
in Tennessee , oday came squarely be
j fore the federal courts of the District
I of Columbia.
fihe's the most beautiful Indian girl
In America, according to a vote taken
st k national Imilsti convention Jn
Ponca City, tlklu. Her name is Si by
Cttlltth.in, and she lives In Muskogee.
BRAWl.KY, Gal. Evidence that H
Kirk, former Honolulu photographer,
was murdered with his hands tied, not
shot in a duel and that rivalry over
Lite affections of a woman may have
prompted his slaying and the sulcld*
of John Truden whose body was found
as Jacumba last Monday, was being;
scrutinized by police investigator to-
CHAMPAGNE AND MODISTE
BILLS PRESS MONARCH
Heavy rains were* reported as far west j Announcement made recently by j LONDON, July Many Ameikans
as Alabama, Anniston 2:1(5: Arkansas, County Judge Stanley Kulawik in a j" bo "M,‘ H* ,*rh*
Malvern 1.40; Stuttgart 1.02: Missis-! speech at a local luncheon club meet- °* ,bt Sl'ls<>11 ‘,l Buckingham
I’iilai* on Tuesday, little realize wlial
have the law declared unconstitutional , alppl. Clarksdale 1.82; Aklahoma, Ada I ing'-to the effect dial aclual construe-1
Ition on the road project could not b« * enormous expense tin* king Incurs in
BUCKETS OF BUTTER USED
TO SMUGGLE LIQUOR
SAN ANTONIO, Tex, July 23—A
scheme by which bottled liquor had
been smuggled into Fort Sam Houston
for the past several months by putting
it in buckets of butter, came to light
today after questioning negro attend-
ants at the hospital.
After the men were arrested they
confessed that five men at the hos-
pital were involved in rum running.
Several soldiers are implicated in
the case and the military police ex-
pect to make arrests soon.
Every weapon, however, will be used : 1.44.
to reverse Scopes’ conviction, includ-
ing all the “exceptions” taken during
the eight days trial. *
The “bill of exceptions” will include j winds on the coast.
East Texas—Tonight and
hoped for until Hie first of the year,
was pointed out
i he chamber
j partly cloudy, light to fresh .southerly!meeting.
I of the Chamber, indicated that
West Texas—Tonight and Friday : good roads committee would be in-
Probably showers instructed to advise wit11 county offi-
un- partly cloudy.
Mr. Colp also spoke of state parks
Arkansas and Oklahoma—Tonight and the board’s program of develop-
and Friday partly cloudy to cloudy. ment of beauty sites. Fifty-one
Barometer low to west of cotton re-1 parks were donated to the state Inst
July 13—Mrs. Margaret Ann Kinley
to John Ebner, block 28 in Sweet
July 13—Mrs. Margaret Ann Kinley
to John Studeny, block 29 in Sweet
five principal points, as follows:
1— —That Scopes was convicted
der an unconstitutional law, which de- j extreme west portion. i dais and to urge that action be
nied him his guarantees of religious j Louisiana—Tonighi and Friday part. J taken as soon as possible lo gel ae-
liberty, freedom of thought and sacred cloudy, local thunder showers in south ; tual construction work started
ness of property rights. east, portion Friday light to fresh vnri- the road project
2— That the law was doubly uncoil-1 able winds on the coast,
stitutional because >t was “indefinite,”
containing such controversial of crea-
tion” and the debatable phrase “lower
order of animals.”
3— That. Scopes was denied a fair
trial because the court excluded all
expert defense testimony, interpret-1
ing the “indefinite” law.
4— That he also failed to get a fair j
trial because the court ruled he need- j
ed only be convicted of teaching a !
theory which denied the divine crea-
tion as recorded in the King James |
version of the Bible; and
5— That the jury was prejudiced by
the court allowing fundamentalists'
prayers at the opening of each session.
The Americans were a small Island
Bam C. Lackey, president! an,on- l2*ono Coat «>•' »u‘ h
,l1(, 'gatherings is steadily growing greater,
and it is estimated now that royalty's
bill for entertaining each season
amounts to $500,000.
The cost of garden parties, of wliieh
two are given each season, is not so
bad since only teas and ices are serv-
ed, but the cost of official receptions
and state courts is staggering. Among
the details which shows the costly
luxury is the fact that the thousands
DAYTON, Tenn.-William Jennings
j Bryan, in a statement issued hen*
early today announced that he. would
i not consider a debate on any subject
with any person. He made the an-
nouncement he said “in order to save
myself from answering numerous let-
ters. I have not time for such meet
Ings. I have suspended my lecturing
program as I have literary work that
'demands my attention.
j WASHINGTON Substantial accord
lias been reached by the powers on a
formula to deal with the whole Chin-
j FORT WORTH “Any effort. to
secure my reinstatement will be fu
tile” Dr. Carrie Smith, superintendent
of tin* Girls Training School at Gainv--
v ille until a few days ago, stated
S.P. TEAM CANCELS GAME
WITH YOAKUM; MOULTON
TEAM COMING INSTEAD
]year, he said. D! on the Glacier to Gulf jof f'uar,s of ^»mi>agne «>*’
Highway, the valuation of the whole | wrvprt r,'oni bottles but ar“ in
I system being approximately $1,300,000 ,to ^eat glass jugs fitted w ith gold
I One of the objects of the parks board lids b“a,i"k' ,l”‘ W’her.
j is to secure an appropriation from the* " *« al*° a 'nidiiion that I he queen
next legislature equal to
cent per caita to be used in
the parks in first class condition, he j
-•an never wear the same dress twice.
NEW YORK Mrs. Auguste Gtesen-
Volk, proprietress of the East Eighty-
sixth street home for infants, today
was sentenced to three and half year*
to seven years in (he Auburn prisou
on a charge of baby substitution t.r»
Since she appears publicly a dozen . , , . ...
putting. J .which she [dead guilty.
times a week tin; amount of her dress
Manager Dodd stated this morning
I that he had heard from the San An-
| tonio Southern Pacific team, and that
; they would be unable to play here | _^___
j next Sunday due to previous arrange i _____ _ ___
raents. It was understood that the S. i SITE OF FORMER FHtlbHl
said. The board believes that. the ( makin« bills ™‘m>’ b,‘ *'3en-
same parks will, In a few years, pay . ^
mr thPDiseives.—ctKTo h> ...... I YOAKUM’S FIFTH BALE
RECEIVED FROM HOPE
MR. AND MRS. POTH HONORED
i Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Hill gave u seven j
! o’clock dinner Wednesday welcoming j
July 16—City Cemetery Assn, of Hal- Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Poth on their re- j
lettsville to J. D. Rhodes, half of lot turn home from an extended trip to j
I0A in block 5, City cemetery, $15. California and other points in the
July 16—Mrs. Edna Schneider Bishop west, where Mrs. Poth as state Regent
and husband to Yoakum State Bank, j went to represent the Catholic
165 acres near Hope, $3775 cash and Daughters of American National Con-
subject to an indebtedness to the Fed-jvention at. San Francisco. Covers were
eral Land Bank of Houston to amount layed for Mr. anil Mrs. Poth. Mr. and
of $1175. . Mrs. E. I*. Dickinson and Dr. and Mrs.
July 10—Wm. Macha and wife to Jos.' Hill.
Podsim, lot 10 and northwest, half of j The evening passed only too soon as
lot 11 in block 10, Shiner, $750. I Mrs. Poth described incidents of the
April 2d, 1924—Walter T. Muecke! convention and the. beauties of the
and wife to C. B. Welhausen et al, j west
98.94 acres Anthony Brown league,
July 20—D. F. Sistrunk to J. O. Bar-
nett, lot 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in block 5, |
Glendale addition to Yoakum, #500
P .team had a definite date with Yoa- '
kum, but it now appears as If it w as j
slipped up on at some place.
In their [dace the Moulton team Ita-
been secured to give the Yoakum :
team nine innings of horsehide ex* t
else on the local diamond.
The Moulton team has been drawing,
'considerable on out of town talent
land have quite a bit of good talent at
i home, and with tIn* combination of the
two it is likely that a good team will
' be brought ov er to Yoakum Sunday.
DEPOT BEING IMPROVED1
li appears to be that W. ’I’. Brown-
_____ ing’s statement that “That while there
The site of the former freight depot. 1(1 H<»‘« ,h“r“ irt ,,nl>'
is rapidly being changed into a thing but "u“-
of beauty instead of an eye sore as it
has been for several months. All ol
ilie cinders ami other remains of the
fire are being hauled .and some being
used to level the grounds which will a v“>>' tuni
It will be remembered that the first
Yesterday th** 3rd, 4th ami
reached Yoakum from Hope.
The 3rd bale weighed 525 pounds ami
tin* seed cotton amounted to I lit"
DALLAS--Several arrests are ex-
pected in Dallas in connection wltli
the robbery of a bank at Holland lass
week, in which five bandits took near-
!*• A/v rt »,»»»—._ ... . »
iy ill 1**1 iiopiiiik u|»
cashier, officers announced hero.
CISCO S. It Houston, 15, of Cole-
man county was shot to death at tie*
home of his divorced wife near Sa-
bunno. Eastland County Toga Ray.
19, is charged with the killing.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Edgar and
'family of Kenedy came in last night
, for a few days visit with his father P.
Is. Edgar and family.
| Ed. Palmer left this afternoon for
The Missionary Society of the Metlio j Austin to accompany his wife and son
dl»t Church will m.etPrlcl«. afternoon'home „„„ hav. ^
at 4 o'clock at the church. Eech! Dr E. Schvv<b an„ w|(e
Circle is to furnish some form of en-
tertainment. All members are urged
to be present.
Rond the Herald Want Ads
Mrs. Henry Jaroszewski, Mrs. Henry
Etlinger and daughter Miss Mary Ann
spent the day In Moulton today visit-
be covered with sund, and be convert-
ed into a good looking park.
According to rumors the present
park on Front street vvili be extended
as far as the new freight depot, and a| 11 Nvas ,hj" '*
side walk built along the park, and WW ia ,ha< »,or"”n ”r
ler yesterday were: Mrs. W. L. Front (hp fwnce wlll be relI10VPdi the ^untry, and that picking is in full
me, Mrs. Walter Bergmann, Mrs _______________ blast.
Eswald Bergmann of Goliad, Mr. and
| . ..*T . ........-...........!
Mr. ami Mrs. Daniel Smith
CHICAGO Cigarettes may not af-
fect a. woman’s morals but they'ft kill
her beauty, advises Mrs. Maurer, presl
and second bales came front ........ of ,h„ American Cosmetician*
John Green Smith bringing them both
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wei
The Chief gardner some months ago
Mrs. H. L. Price and son Joseph Lee ; ^ ^ offjce vjg|| HmI lold th„
NEW YORK A summons is out for
Harry IToudinl, handcuff king ami
magician who is accused of staging an
off stage strong man act. and wrecking
the interior of the office of Houdint
A Co. in the tradio equipment basi-
of the firm was u*-
of San Antonio, Mi. and Mrs. V. !-*• f reporter that plans were tin- daughter Miss Anna Maude returned ness, because one
Cribbs and daughter Gwendlyn, lVIrK- j derway whereby this portion of the home Wednesday afternoon from a jng the same name as he was.
Gus. Simonton and son Junior «f|parltwould bP turf)f.d into a tropical ^v«ral days visit in San Marcos. They j --
Houston. garden. w‘‘r** accompanied home by Dsith i Jr. j GALVESTON—Judge Hutchinson In
^ | 00 ■ -- ' who has been attending the first term Federal court Wednesday aftornoon to-
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Edgar urd sir: an(j ^rg a. L. Morgan returned °f 1h« Summer school at the Cnlvct- ..u,.d the first permanent padimtife
Carlos Leroy of Victoria were ir You to,jay front San Antonio ami other "Uy or Texas. order in connection with tlie f<rtvro-
kum visiting Mrs. Edgar's parents Mr. joints where they have been on a wed , —...... ♦ - meats investigation into the alleged
and Mrs. J. L. Armour this week. (ding tour. j Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wunderlich and violation of the liquor laws at 4t
•-- - - ♦ --- daughter of Houston who have been cold drink stands.
Mrs. J. A. Hickey returned today j Mrs. J. M Stephens and Mrs. \V. V visiting relatives In Moulton came in--♦
from San Antonio after a ten day j Stephens ami children of Nursery yesterday to visit his parents. Mr. j Ewald Effenburger returned to hfe
visit, with her daughter, Mrs. Geo. 1). I spent the day In Yoakum yesterday and Mrs. Aug. Wunderlich for a few home in Mhiner after visiting Mr. ami
Wright and family.
! visiting Dr. J. K. Stephens and family, days before returning hone*.
Mrs. W E. Eh lets.'
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Richter, T. H. Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 95, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 23, 1925, newspaper, July 23, 1925; Yoakum, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth758353/m1/1/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carl and Mary Welhausen Library.