The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 2, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 2, 1924 Page: 4 of 4
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There is some-
thing in this pic-
ture ‘that yog
don’t see on the
screen —end it
will get youj
Played 08 the heart
strings by James Rennie,
—it will echo in your
heart for days to come.
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THE DAILY NBWfi-’nWAGlAM
"I suffered with chronic
constipationthat would bring
on very severe headache*,”
says Mr* Stephen H. Kincer,
of R. F. D. 1, Cripple Creek,
Va. “1 tried different medi-
cines and did not get relief.
I heard of
* . Bedford's
and took it for a headache,
and the relief was very
quick, and it was so;iong be-
fore I had another headache.
Now I just keep the Black-
Draught, and don’t let my-
self get in that condition.”
(purely vegetable) has been
found to relieve constipation,
and by stimulating the action
of the liver, helps to drive
many poisions Out of your
system. Biliousness, indi-
gestion, headache, and
similar troubles are often
relieved in this way.
DIKE MAN HAS
Buddy Clark over at Dike has
put one. aver the . se.ndy ..land gard-
ners in growing turnips this season
ao far as we are able to learfl.' He
has one at Hargrave’s .Store in Dike
that tips the beam at exactly 14 lbs.
and lots of others in the patch that
will come near the same mark. Also
he has a fine patch of oniona as
large as saucers. Mr. Clirk does
not want to brag about his ability
as a gardener, but would like for
the gentlemen south and west of
Sulphur Springs to speak out and
not be bashful in telling what they
have on hand.
COUNTY AGENT ON
IN LATE SHOW
Only thirty-six birds out of seven
hundred exhibited jn the recent poul-
try riiow held at Sulphur Springs
were disqualified. This Was an edu-
cational event of value to the exhibi-
tors of standard bred poultry. -The.
show was given under auspices of
thf Chamber of Commerce in co-op-
eration with the Poultry association.
The show was judged by Mr.'E. O.
Edson, poultry specialist for A. & M.
College, a feature of which was a
strict adherence to the Standard of
Perfection rules. The following
points constituted the disqualifica-
tions: (1) Stubs on the toes, that
is, small feathers that appear on the
toes or on the shanks is a disqualifi-
cation. (2) Down on the toes. (3)
Off colored feathers. (4) Side
sprige on comb. (5) Off colored ear
lobes, ((i) Fallan combs. (7) Wry
tails, or tails held cn one side. (8)
Squirrel tails, that is, tails that
stand too straight. (9) Twisted
wings. (10) Off color under plum-
age. (11) Twisted toes. (12) Off col-
The effects of pointing out these
disqualifications on show birds is of
grea* benefit to breeders who expect
to dhow their fow:s. There arc two
wt.ys in which poultry shows a:e
judged: one is from.the standpoint
of utility. When they are judged
from the staiWlpnirt of utility the
Standard of Perfection rules are not
observed except in a general va/,
and birds are not i squalified. When
they are judged by the Standard of
IVrfection rules th<_ utility of the
.fowls is secondary to that of rhe
points of merit that go to make up
each particular breed recognized by
the Standard of Perfection.
The show was a murvel of birds of
quality and beauty, and many of the
breeders proclaim their pleRsuie in
the strict observance of the defects
and expect to profit by the show.
— Just at this time many persons
are building poultry houses and se-
curing new stock, and the year 1924
should be a banner year for further
poultry improvement, notwithstand-
ing the commercial receipts of 1922
*rtd 1928 have been doubled each
ATSTART OF YEAR
I By Auvritttd Prey*)
Houston, Jap. 1.—Here are
couple of "first of th$ year” i
At two minutes after midnight
Robert Jolly, superintendent of the
Baptist . hospital and prominent
throughout the state in Baptist cir-
cle, and Mrs. Lillie W. Burnett, su-
perintendent of nurses at the hos-
pital, were married. They were
childhood friends in Louisville, Ky.
At six minutes after 12 was born
Vena Nell Cosby. Her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. O. Cosby, are confident
they have taken the season’s i
Wednesday and Thursday
JUDGE CONNOR IS
Judge H. C. Connor is critically ill
at his home on College street and is
not expected to live through the
The Boy Scouts of Troop No. 2
will serve a real possum and tater
supper Friday night at The Nelson
Cafe. Price $1.00 per plate. They
will be cooked right and served
right. The boys are beginning work
on their summer camp fund.
American Legion Scout.
Val Copeland is rsported very low
with pneumonia and it is feared that
he can not live through the night.
You’ll Be Heard
In the Want Ad* .
our wares, your
wants, your ser-
vices, your hire—x
The Want Ad col*
umn is your friend.
W$nt Ad Page is
read by thousands
who constitute a
you. May we
ceive your ad?
NEW YEAR RECEPTION
Mrs. Ed. Pounds’ home of North
Davit street was the scene of gayety
and good cheer on New Year’s day,
when the Standard club kept “open
house” and the ladies of the town
were the envited guests.
The home, already very attractive,
was made more enviting with its dec-
orations of pink and white, the club
colors. The guests were met at the
door by Mrs. Geo. Middleton, Mrs.
Cline conducting them upstairs to re-
move their wraps. Those in the re-
ceiving line were Mrs. Pounds, hos-
tess; Mrs. Lester Smith, president;
Mrs. J. K. Brim, vice president; Mrs.
Marvin Thomas, secretary; Mrs. Geo.
Stough, treasurer; Mrs. H. F. Hens-
ley, corresponding secretary. The
other members of the club assisted
in serving and entertaining the
guesta. Mesdames Shelton and Ellis
Gafford presided at the regifter.
Delicious Colonial punch and dain-
ty white cakes with 1924 embused
in pink were served. Little Misses
Dorothy Pounds,and Gretchen Smith
distributed dainty pink and white
favors. About sixty-five guests call-
ed during the afternoon.
DIVORCE IS ASKED
New York, Jan. 2.—Although she
and her husband, John Muller of
Brooklyn, conversed but once a
month on the average, during the
last few years of their life together,
they quarreled on each of these oc-
casion* and eo Mr*. Helen Muller
started suit for a separation.
Not only that, but Mrs, Muller in-
stituted habeas corpue japceedings
against her husband’s sisral, seeking
the custody of her five-year-old
The mother testified that two
years sgo her husband took Virginia
to his sister’s home, and she has
since been kept by her aunt
YOUTH WALKS 687
MILES TO ATTEND
Cincinnati, Jan. 1 .—3. 6. Wiant,
22, senior at Pennsylvania State Unl-
I verslty, Is the newest member of the
1 American Association for th* Ad-
vancement of Science, having been
elected to membership—his fee paid
by others.—following the discovery
that he had walked from his univer-
sity campus to be present at the
sessions and worked In a cafeteria
here to get food.
Thirty-two motorists gave him
"lifts’ along the way. The distance
was $87 miles, be said.
CITATION FOR MINORS
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
To the Sheriff or any Constable
of Hopkins County, Greeting:
Yo uare hereby commanded to
summon Henry Scudder, a boy
and a minor about eighteen years
of age, Alma Scrudder, a girl and
a minor about sixteen year# of age;
Eva Scudder, a girl and a minor
about fourteen years of age; Helen
Scrudder, a girl and a minor abofrfc
twelve years of age, and Mildred
Scudder, a girl and a minor about
ten years of age, to appear at the
next regular term of the county
court of Hopkins County to be held
at the court house thereof in the
city of Sulphur Springs, on the I
first Monday in January, 1924, be-
ing the 7th day of January, A. D.,
1924, then and there/ to answer an
application filed in said court on
the 4th day of December, 1923, in
a cause numbered 8801, wherein W.
M. Scudder filed his application to
be appointed guardian of the per-
sons and estates of'the above min-
ors, alleging that said minors are
without any lawful guardian of
their estates, and alleging that they
have an Interest hi an estate ef the
estimated value of $2000.00.
You are furher commanded to
serve this citation by publishing the
same once a week for ten days pre-
vious to the return day thereof in
a newspaper published in your
younty; but if no newspaper it
published in said county, then in
the nearest county where in a news-
paper ia published.
Herein fail not, but have you be-
fore this Court on the 1st day of
the next term thereof this writ with
your return thereon showing how
you have execued the same.
Russell M. Chaney, Clerk of the
County Court of Hopkins County.
Given under my hand and the
seal of said court in th* city of
He hesitated — he could
no longer do the things
they asked—for something
else had come into the life
of Jim—and it was yet to come to MolHe
and Mull Morgan and Slippery Eddie, the
thieves. They fought against it for days
_that strange magic that came from the
violin of a frail girl who called them
friends and seemed to know nothing
Idvin Careve pmmu
/ji smphonvqf life in t/ie hign and low places
by Curtis Bentonditndtd by fdmn0mw«^
And a Meremaid Comedy
Clerk of the County Court of
(2l-3t) Hopkins County, Texas.
CITATION BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OR TEXAS,
To the Sheriff or any Constable
of Hopkins County—Greeting.
You are hereby commanded, that
you summon, by making Publication
of this Citation in some newspaper
published in the County of Hopkins
if there be a newspaper published!
therein, but If not, then in any
newspaper published • in the Eight!
Judical District; but if there be no
newspaper published in said Judi-
cal District then in a newspaper in
the nearest District to said Eighth
Judical Ditsirct once in each week
for four consecutive weeks pre-
vious to the return day hereof
John Hudson whose residence ia
unknown, to be and appear before
the Honorable District Court, at
the next regular term thereof, to be
holden in the Cm
the Court House
phur Springs, Texas, on the Fourth
Monday in January, A. D., 1924
the same being the 28th day of
January, A/. D., 1924, then and
there to answer a Petition filed in
said Court, on the 6th day of D#
cember, A. D. 1928, in a suit num-
bered on the docket of said Court
No. 6846, wherein Maude Hudson is
Plaintiff and John Hudson is De-
The nature of the Plaintiffs de-
mand being as follows, to-wit:
Suit for divorce, upon the grounds
of cruel and inhuman treatment,
plaintiff also alleging that defend
ant whs guilty of incest
10c and 25c
Wednesday and Thursday
Mary Miles Mintei
lar term thereof, to be
County of Hopidns at
ouse thereof, in Sal-
“DRUMS OF (ATE”
From the novel “Sacrifice” by Stephen French Whitmoi
Somewhere out there was the man she loved.
Could she loye him?
FOX COMEDY ADDED-
tiMD R — _ T _ ___
The Two Joliiii
10c and $5c
tarie Jctas tfcsfo
OOftT MAKS WIN Of TMe MEW
IPSA or TH* tOONt POLLER
-HXMN-MR MI6HT tiROM UP AND
SHOW W rrT A 6000 ONE*.
Plaintiff prays judgement dis
solving marriage relations, and for
the care and custody of their child.
Alii# Lee Hudson.
Herein fail not, and have von bo-
fora the said Court, on the
i day of
first day of next term thereof, this
Writ, with your endorsement there-
on, showing how you have
Given under my hand and seal
of said Court, at office in 8ulphur
Springa, Taxas, Hits the 6th
December, A- D., 1928.
AUBREY M. STEPHENS,
Clerk District Court Hopkins
(14-4t) County, Taxas.
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
County of Hopkins.
By virtue of on Execution Issued
out of the Honorable Justice Court
of Hopkins County, Texas, on the
16th day of December, 1928, by th*
Clerk thereof, In the case of Barrett
* Llndley vu. J. M. Dowdy ft M.
L. Dickson, No. 8266 gnd4o ma
as Sheriff, directed and delivered,
I will proceed to
iff* Sales, on Tuesday the Fifth
day of February, 1924 at the Court
House Door if! Hopkins Connty,
Texas, to the highest bidder, for
CMb in hand, the following des-
cribed property, to-wit:
All that certain tract or parcel of
land*' described as lollows, situated
in Hopkins County, Texas, and be-
ing a part of a 102 am tract of
land deeded to Green Dowdy by H.
F. and Louisa Yandeil, a part of the
Sam Burk eurvey, recorded In Vol.
8. page 87 of tjie Deed Records of
Hopkins1 County, Texas, tbirtainfcto
14.4 acres of land- bounded as fol*
87, Deed Records <3H
Levied on as the prop*
M. Dowdy to satisfy a
amounting to the sum < *
dred Fifty and 97-100
Dollars, in favor of
ley and cost of
Given under my
day of December, 192!
W. H, B!
lows i Beginning at the N. E. cor-
ner of a SO am tract of land
proceed to ad
hows prescribed by;
■ ‘ J
ded to J. Walker; Thence Sonth
vrs. to a- stake; Thenee East
678 vrs. to a stake on the E. B.
line of said 102 am..trust of land;
Thence North 144 vn. to th* N. E.
corner of said 102 airs tract of
land; Thence West 678 tn. to the
place of beginning, being the same
land as conveyed by Green Dowdy,
et-al to H. M. Dowdy on November
12, 1928, which deed of conveyance
ia of rieord in Volume Til, page
Energy and VitaHty ;
Enriching the Blood,
it brings color to
R improves the
appreciate its uue tonic j
iron and Quinine i
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Enrich It# 1
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Bagwell, J. S. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 2, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 2, 1924, newspaper, January 2, 1924; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth825995/m1/4/?q=%22to%20Dike%22: accessed February 29, 2024), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.