Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 157, Ed. 1 Monday, October 5, 1925 Page: 4 of 4
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THE YOAKUM HERALD
MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1925
The most tempting collection, the most varied
assortment, with charm, originality, style and individ-
They are the forecasts of styles that smart women
will wear throughout the season.
Our Dress Section features the costumes that take
precedence. Costumes that will radiate their fashion
message throughout the season—each priced ever so
cJor all the Vamily
Supple, graceful and de-
lightful are the exquisite
silken underthings — in
many charming and novel
BASS BROS. CO
Out Today-New McCall Styles for Fall
tdiCnll Printed Patterns 4*42, 4255, 4*37. 4*4». 4*4° _
■HERE are more really new styles than there have
been for many seasons past. The flaring silhouette
is exceedingly popular, fitted princess lines are very
new, straight frocks have kick pleats to do away with
their tight slimness. Bolero and cape dresses and coats
are smart. Five of the newest dresses are sketched here.
They and many more smart models are on sale in new
McCall Printed Patterns in our pattern section.
BASS BROS. CO
SCORE SLIGHTLY INJURED
! each home ,and there are a number of couple that do not believe in God, and
day of April, A. I). 1905, when enact a law enabling farm commodity
I question to be answered on each of set out. to break every one of the ten without any cause the defendant here- ( growers to organize a national market
IN S. Pi WRECK AT BRYAN the sheets that pretain to fire preven-'commandments, and the disastrous re- in left the bed and board ot this plain- ing system.
Herbert Mertz returned today from
Hallettsville where he spent the week-
end with his parents.
tion. suits that follow clearly set forth that tiff, with the intention of permanently j They know that to .enact such a per-
A score or more of persons were In j In the lower grades the pupils are one can not break the ten command abandoning him since which time said missive law the powerful influence
Rooms for transcients. Mike’s Cafe.
Mrs. J. H. Smith returned today from
Houstou where she spent several days
visiting with friends.
jured, none seriously, Sunday after-1 preparing posters giving examples of ments without, paying the pric
noon, when the Sunbeam Special, No. the various causes of fire. These will that price is one's soul.
1 . 1
Itj, of the Southern Pacific north- no doubt be placed on exhibition after ( ----
bound, collided at Bryan ,a mile from they have all been completed,
the city limits .according to reports to ♦-
...JPREVIEW OF "TEN COMMAND
No. *13, sprained an ankle when he leap I
that reaches Congress in its various
forms must be overcome.
and plaintiff and defendant have not lived
together as husband and wife.
j Wherefore, plaintiff prays the Court j They know thp expen8e of hqldinK
* | that the defendant be cited by publi- conventions and collference8 of farm
Oscar Manning returned today from
Grosbeck, Athens and Dallas where he
has been spending his vacation.
Typewriter tor rent,
ed from the cab. H. White, fireman
on No. 13 .suffered injury to his leg.
I J. R. Ross of Dallas, passenger, suf- \
fered bruises over his eye when thrown
i against a seat. M. Francis of Houston ^
received bruises about the left should-
MENTS” GIVEN NEWSPAPER
MEN AND MINISTERS AT
COMMISSIONERS POSTPONE , Cationt that upon final hearing hereof
IIPP«II|A HilTII rniiltv representatives to discuss ami explain
MEETIN6 UNTIL rHHAT he have judgment dissolving the bonds'^ system an() i)s advantage
| of matrimony now existing between i
City Clerk Crutchfield stated this him and the defendant, for costs
morning that the Commissioners would ; suit and for such other and further re- i nQt (he mQ
not hold their regular monthly meet- lief, special aud general, that he may
jing until Friday, October 9th instead of . be justly entitled to.
|Tuesday Oct. 6tli the regular meeting! HEREIN FAIL NOT, but have you
ers would call for considerable money
, and that the farmers as a whole have
Herald reporter and a few of the
! It was stated that, the reason
then and there before said Court this
the j Writ, with your return thereon, show-
A Mrs, Gamble, with the Henriet-'Yoakurn minIster8 vimved the 8howin* meeting was postponed was due to the
of the “Ten Commandements” at the fftCt that the majorl,y of the comntis-
5Sra. R. E. Churchill of stun Antonio
arrived today to visit her sister Mrs.
Li. S. Moore.
Mrs. T. L. Tucker arrived today from
biddings and will spend a few days in
the city visiting friends.
Piano tuning and Player Piano re-
pairing. L. W. Kennemer. Call 560.
Mrs. Annie Hunley, after an ab-
sence of four months has returned
_, , .. ... .. ... aged, but neither was derailed ami no
again and will spend the winter with.
fa opera troupe, »>n route to Wichita,
Kun., was injured in the side.
A number ot outers reported ihe>
were badly shaken up.
The injured were taken care of in
the Bryan Hospital.
Train No. 13 was standing when the
collision occurred. Train No. 16 was
not. traveling fast., having slowed dow n
in passing through the yards at Bryan
Why train No. 13 was not on a siding
to let No. 16 pass, as is the daily cus-
tom, was not known Sunday night by-
rail officials at Houston.
The locomotive were both badly dam
Grand this morning. Although no ex-
change of ideas was had with others
present we believe that they could not nj
but help to have been impressed with)
this masterpiece of the screen produc
ing how you have executed the same.
m>' hand and seal of
sioners were out of town and would! said Court, in Hallettsville this
not be able to attend until Friday j day of September A. D. 1925.
Attest: Chas. J. Strauss,
CITATION BY PUBLICATION
Clerk District Court, Lavaca, Co.,
her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Bass.
cars left the track. Houston Chronicle
Remington Portable, is a real Type-
writer. See it at the Bankets Print-
ing Co. tf
The scene opens w ith the Children of t THE STAfL OF TEXAS.
Israel in Bondage, a very impressive j To the Sheriff or any Constable of j
scene, which must have most much Lavaca County—-Greeting. I SAVE YOUR SIGHT
time ami money to reproduce. The! TOO ARE HEREBY COMMANDED. Have your eye. examined,
scene depict, the .lave, working on \ That by making Publication of this M-« Albrecht Jewelry Co.
construction work for the Pharoah of | Citation in some newspaper published
Egypt It. shows that Moses pleads 1° the County of Lavaca, If theie be a
for the release of his people, and when newspaper published in said County,
refused.that God killed the first born ( (But if not., then in the neatest Coun-
in the land of Egypt among which was ty where a newspaper is published,)
the first born of the Pharoah, who for four weeks previous to the return
then consents to let the Children of day hereof, you Summon Maty Sanda-
lsrael RO j lovic, whose residence is unknown, to
The multitude leaves Egypt
Mrs. Chris Johnson returned today
from College St a lion where she has
been visiting her son Harold who is at-
tending A. & M. College there.
SAVE YOUR SIGHT
Have your eyes examined.
624f Albrecht Jewelry Co
FIRE PREVENTION PROGRAM
TO BE HAD IN SCHOOLS while enroute the Paroali chagnes his Court, at the next regular term there-
--- mind and decides to destroy the Israel of, to be holden in the County of La
Supt. McGuffin stated this morning peg and commands his chairots to run vaca at the Court House thereof, in
that a definite program to observe them down. Then comes the magnifi- Hallettsville, Texas, on the 19th, day
Fire Prevention Week." Arrangements cent scenf> of the Children of Israel of October, A. D. 1925, File Number
are being made to hold a definite pro- crossing dry footed thru the dead sea being 8132, then and there to answer
gram in all of the schools both high when the waters parted, and then it the Petition of Steve Sandalovic filed
school and ward schools. shows the destruction of the chariots in said Court, on the 18th day of
Talks on fire prevention will be of the Paroah when attempts to fol
made by the \ oakum fire mashall, R. i0w them.
NATIONAL MARKETING PLAN
PROPOSED AS SOLUTION
OF FARM PROBLEM
(Continued from Page 1)
more common-sense information as to
the cause why many thousands of
but' be and appear before the. Hon. District farmers have lost their homes and jonce launched could never be recalled,
j They know that a consolidation of
j any big industrial enterprise requires
j large sums of money for organizat ion
starting operation and other necessary
! legitimate expenses.
| They know that farmers producing
1 Irish potatoes in Texas can not. pre-
i vfut the farmers of Oklahoma, Colo
I rado, Idaho aud other states from sell-
ing their potatoes at any price the
dealers may force them to accept.
They know that breaking down the
price of potatoes in any one of the
large potato-producing states is used
to break down the farmers’ prices in
every other state.
The farmers must make their choice
between "farmer control" and “govern-
ment control.” Their business once
brought under governmental control or
supervision, regardless of how Inno-
cent it may look in the beginning,
would lead to absolute government
market control of their products and
the price to consumers. Such a step
are suffering from bankruptcy and 1 because the great power of such an or-
family distress than Is contained In all j ganization would give government offi-
the volumes on the shelves of thejcials at Washington, once placed in
bookcases in Washington, D. C., com-1 their hands, would never be surrender-
piled by committees appointed to in- ed. It would be the most powerful
vestigate the farmer and his business. | political machine this country has
Large and powerful interests dealing:ever experienced.
In "farm products and some of the I This is the most critical pariod in
September. A. D. 1925, against the farm leaders know perfectly well that j the history of American agriculture,
aaid Mary Sandalovic and alleging in: the farmers of the nation are financial- j Opposed as the farmers are by the
ly unable to finance ad organize a na- j most powerful influences of politics
day of tional system of marketing. I which is aided by the co-operation of
Mrs. C. O. Rush and sons Robert, ’ J • Osborn, and also by some of (he. The most impressive scene is when substance as follows, towit.
Howard and Milton, Mr. and Mrs. w. j Yoakum Fire Insurance agents. Moses receives the Ten Command-1 That on or about the — (
H. Korf and little son. Misses Father | Another thing on the program will ments on the mountain .and this Is fol ’ August, A. D. 1895. plaintiff was law- These Interests know the obstacles (self ish business, they are now called
foe Rush and Aline Crowley and J. K‘b«» survey made by the children of lowed by the destruction of those who fully married to defendant .In Hal-j that confront the farmers and prevent j upon to decide the best means of se-
tfehwab spent Saturday night and Sun- [their own homes and conditions sut- j worshipped the-Golden Calf. , lustvo County. Czechoslovakia. that, them from enjoying the profits that curing the future independence and
day on the Guadalupe river on a fish- rounding it. I The 8tory then reverts to a modern‘they continued to live together as hus-.are rightfully theirs. jprosprlty of themselves and their pos-
ing trip. 1 QuesUonaires will be passed out forjaspect of the picture. «e find a ‘ band aud wife until on or about the! They know that Congress must first terlty.
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Richter, T. H. Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 157, Ed. 1 Monday, October 5, 1925, newspaper, October 5, 1925; Yoakum, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth758468/m1/4/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carl and Mary Welhausen Library.