The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 122, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 21, 1924 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DAILY NEWS-TELEGRAM
The condition of Miss Daisy Gee
is reported improved.
indition of Miss Thersea
Miss Zilpha Sturdivant is in Dallas
Mrs. Fannie Coffey is reported
feeling much better.
Tittle is at home, after
Terrell and Commerce.
Robert Yantis is here on busing
from Dallas today.
|forget “Safety First,”
Bell Lindley has returned
lenville, where she attend-
R. E. Gordon has bought the Ross
house and will take charge the first
of June. '
| Cannon left last night for
Ark., where he has ac-
W. A. Smith, who has been sick
for several days, iB thought to be
Osborn and Ewell Mc-
Tuesday for a tour of
Thula Sherwin, Pearl Par-
Fred Moelk and Merida
it Sunday in Denton.
loyd Spencer of Greenville
her aunt and uncle, Mr.
C. Connally will go to
Saturday for a visit with
for some time.
class play Friday night,
at the high school auditori-
leva Nell Wester will be
> the Tuesday Night Bridge
' evening at her home on
Mrs. Paul Parish (nee Dorris
Southerland) of Tatum is here vis-
iting her aunt, Mrs. Park Cambron.
Mrs. Tirzah Cocke, who suffered
slight stroke of paralysis Tuesday,
is reported improving.
Hart T. Longino left today for
Jacksonville for a visit with rel-
atives and friends.
Mrs. Clifford Logsdon left this
afternoon for Dallas, where she will
take a three months course in
Mrs. John C. McDonald returned
from Dallas last night. She reports
Mrs. Maury Buford rapidly recov-
ering and expecting to go to her
home in Terrell Thursday.
J. W. LINDLEY
am Gilbert left today for
City to visit her parents
their golden wedding an-
Harris received a message
from his son, Willie Har-
rane, announcing the death
-weeks-old baby boy.
First,” Senior class play
H. Davis will go to Com-
ay night to speak again,
giving interfenred with the
ht he had there last week.
The local firemen will hold an-
nual memorial services at the city
cemetery Sunday afternoon and are
arranging a program for the same to
be published Friday.
Vernon Clifton came in Tuesday
night from Port Arthur for a vi«it
with homefolks, before going to <
New jfork, where he has accepted a
position as operator in the Western
T. S. Lamb will leave Saturday
for Wichita Falls on a prospecting
trip. He will stop over in Dallas
for a visit!1 with his daughter, Audra
Mae, who is in the Shrine hospital.
She was operated on last Friday
and is reported doing nicely.
J. W. Lindley of Peerless, in send-
ing in his renewal for the Echo this
week, gave the following story of
his life: J. W. Lindley, pioneer cit-
izen of Hopkins county, was born
at Pin Hook, now known as Paris*
Texas, in Lamar county. He will be
82 years old the 16th of December.
He is an old Confederate soldier
and was taken to prison while in
the war. In those days men were al-
lowed a section of land for head-
Horse races, when he was young,
were the favorite sport. The suc-
cessful racer was honored very high-
ly-. If anyone who reads this in the
Echo attended the races when Har-
rison Portwood and Tom Click ran
their houses at Old Tarrant, in the
800-yard race, when Jack Hodge
rode Peetwood’s horse and Jim Gray
rode Tom Click’s, they will remem-
ber the enthusiasm and excitement
when this race occurred. Also Blue
Dick and Shilo. Jack Bachelor and
Bill Gafford ran Shilo and Col.
Mann ran Blue Dick. Russell rode
Blue Dick and Andersson Whit-
stone rode, old Shilo in the quarter
of a mile "race. Russell won a red
flannel suit. The race between Ted-
den Crisp and Ford Faneher in the
mile race was won by Tedden Crisp,
John Tutt being the rider.
if anyone was at any of these
races, please answer through the
Echo. J. W. LINDLEY,
Texarkana, Texas, May 20.—In a
great ninth inning batting rally the
Twins defeated Sulphur Springs, 6
to 6. Texarkana secured sixteen
hits, eight of them being two-bag-
gers, but each inning with a chance
to win they could not hit in a pinch.
In the ninth, with two out, Pulley
got a single followed by a two-bag-
ger by Kile, then Skipper Northern
parked it over
Bryan batted for Phelps in fifth.
Krause batted for Harper in 7th.
Walker batted for Giddings in 8th.
mother of Mrs. M.
^n, who has been quite
time, la reported im-
jpfermew from over Hopkins
ooiplain of poor standi of
and some are planting tor
lam Cook and little daughter,
Eldorado, Arkansas, are
ting her sister, Mrs. J. C.
ohnson Hatchery reports tho
tching of turkey egg* for
are now being taken off
t splendid results were ob-
jtie Bob Williams of Cum-
bere Tuesday, and was the
Ms daughter, Miss Mattie
M. M. Daugherty of College Sta-
tion and H. M. Dixon with Agricul-
tural Department, at Washington,
were in Sulphur Springs today,
callers at the County Agent’s of-
fice and en route to other points of
Mrs. A. L. Ragland and little
daughter of Tiron, Georgia, who
have been visiting her mother, Mrs.
J. P. Johnson and other relatives
were called to her home today on
account of the sudden death of her
Mabel Lewis will return to
itk Granger Thursday, aft-
lit here to her aunt, Mr*.
Robinson, and other rela-
the article in today’s paper
J. A. Dial on the proposed
unty hospital. It is wall writ-
d gives much information on
Lixzie Crisp, who is 94 years
a Tuesday able to be carried
the home of her daughter,
Bailey, at Pleasant Grove,
s will spend several weeks.
and Mrs. D. M. Campbell,
Teer and R. C. McKinney
turned from Tyler, where
tended the Retail Merchants'
Chandler, in company
a dosen friends, wes on
Sulphur Tuesday after-
the big hall at Dike so
them that they return-
[ine registered bird dog of
ord brought him nine fine
week, and Mr. Gafford is
id of that faet a» e boy is cf
it pair of pants.
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y Hat in my store
Greenville was visited by a very
helvy rain Tuesday afternoon that
did considerable damages to several
of the business houses of the town,
where the buildings were unable to
take care of tho water. Among the
stores that were damaged was the
Spencer Shoo Store on the west side
of the square.
TO AMERICA TO
Tokio, May 21.—Ambassador
Hanihara may be “permitted to re-
sign” his Washington post shortly,
Foreign Minister Matsul told news-
The premier’s statement was
made to a gathering of representa-
tives of the Japanese press after
yesterday’s cabinet meeting, at
which he admitted the subject had
been discussed. The statement was
the result of Insistent inquiries.
The minister stated that there
had - been no formal interchanges
between the foreign office and the
ambassador dealing with the matter,
although Tokio officials have
known that Mr. Hanihara was de-
termined not to remain in the Unit-
ed States after the Japanese exclu-
sion clause in the recently enacted
immigration bill becomes effective.
Premier Matstrit emphasized that
the ambassador's resignation, should
it actually become a fact, would he
Sulphur Spgs. .
Texarkana ______ 100 000 113—6
Two-base hits—Jolly, Harper,
Dockery, Peel, Kiie 2, Bupp, Blair
2, Northern 2. Stolen bases—Bupp,
Arnspiger, West. Struck out—By
Walker 1, Sewell 3. Bases on balls
—Giddings 4( Sewell 6. Pitchers’
records—Off Giddings 6 hits, 5 runs
in 8 innings; off Walker no hits, no
runs in 1 inning; off Sewell, 15' hits,
.6 runs, in 8 2-8 innings; off Smith,
1 hit, no runs, in 1-3 inning. Time
of game—1 hour and 55 minutes.
Umpire—Leidy and Brown.
Paris....... 020 U00 041—7 5 3
Longview .. 100 000 101—2 7 5
Brown and Byers. McBride and
Marshall...... 000 000 0—0 2
Mt. Pleasant 002 012. 0—5 9
Clevenger and Schaffer. Eber-
hurdt and Shroyer.
Farmers are frequently visiting
the county agent!* office with in-
quiries about poisoning grasshop-
pers. The standard formula for
this poison is giving satisfaction,
and with the proper attention it is
expected that these pests will be
destroyed before serious damage is
TWO ARE KILLED
Houston, Texas, May 21.—Mrs. C.
L. Nash, wife of the proprietor of
the Hot Wells hotel was Instantely
killed and her husband was fatal-
ly injured' when their automobile
was struck by< an inbound South-
ern Pacific passenger train at a
crossing on the outskirts of Hous-
The automobile, a roadster, was
hurltd fifteen feet into a dit«h. Mrs.
Naah was dead when trainmen
and passengers reached her side.
Her husband died before tha
Southern-Pacific hospital coqld be
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HEADS ARE FOUND
IN SIDE SHOW
Los Angeles, May 21.—Timothy
O’Brien is in the city jail here to-
day charged with stealing human
heads. Police admitted they were
puzzled when George Sullivan re-
ported last March that someone had
stolen his $20,000 collection of pre-
served human heads and other curi-
os gathered during a journey to the
headwaters of the Amazon. Where
to look for a human head burglar
kept them busy, but the curios
came to light in a sideshow at Long
Beach and O'Brien, proprietor of
the show, waa arrested. Detectives
said O'Brien’s room was full of
MAY 26th- TRADES DAY
Guaranteed Glasses correctly fitted at
reduced prices on this day. With each
pair or with each .$5.00 purchase we will
give a free ticket to help eat the 500
KELLOGG & SPENCE
“The Biggest Little Jewelry Store in
East Texas'’ -
Spark Plug Ferguson has accept-
ed terms but owing to not getting
his release from his position in Dal-
las has not reported but is expected
momentarily. He will more than
likely be in Paris on the arrival of
the club Thursday morning.
Another prospective young right-
hander from Wichita Falls will
probably be here by the first of the
coming week as Boss Harvey of the
Spudders has advised the local offi-
cials he is sending him along.
Lines are also out for some addi-
tional haeving material and the
fans may rest assured that the
North Stars will be in A-l shape
within another few days.—Paris
CHATHAM JOINS HUNTERS
Buster Chatham, late of the Dal-
las Steers, a youngster from last
year’s Marlin Bather aggregation,
arrived in the city yesterday and
was out in a Hunter uniform. Chat-
ham made quite a record with the
Marlin team last year and has been
going in splendid form with the
Steers so far this season. Sablosky
is sending the youngster to Brown-
low to be made into a finished in-
fielder and he believes the young-
ster is a find. Chatham, in addition
to his fielding ability, is a good hit-
ter and is exceptionally fast on the
bases. It is probable that Chatham
will break into the Hunter lineup
before the week is over.—Green-
the members of circle No. 2 of the
Baptist Woman’s Auxiliary Monday
This stately' home, with its beau-
tiful surroundings, was made more
attractive on this occasion by the
use of blooming plants and cut
flowers. About twenty members
were present and enjoyed a splen-
did missionary program. Little
Misses Hazel and Inez Baker sang
a duet, and Miss Irene Smith gave
a reading, which added to the pleas-
ure of the afternoon. At the close
of the program all enjoyed a social
hoU' , when the hostess, assisted by
her daughter, Miss Ina, -served deli-
cious nut cream and wafers.
ARE HERE TODAY
The members of the Hopkins
County Wool Growers Asociation
brought their spring clip to town
this morning and at 2 o’clock bids
were to be received for the wool.
If the bids are satisfactory the wool
will be sold. If not it will be ship-
ped to the big markets.
At press time no information had
been received as to its .sale from the
L. R. & N. depot where the wool was
CARD OF THANKS
BRADSHAW WITH TROJANS
Wesley Bradshaw, former Burle-
son college star athlete, and later
famous because of his miraculous
record at Baylor university, where
he was selected as All-Southwestern
quarterback, joined the Trojans
yesterday and started the game at
the keystone cushion. Bradshaw is
n fast infielder and a good hitter
and should U; a valuable addition
to “Pop” Kitchens’ already nice-
looking club.—Tyler Courier.
Wher« They Play Today
Sulphur Srrings at Texarkana.
Marshall at Mount Pleasant.
Tyler at Greenville.
Paris at Longview.
NEFF WILL ATTEND STATE
DEMOCRATIC MEET AT WACO
Austin, Texas, May 21.—Gov.
Neff said positively Tuesday that he
will not go to Cloudcroft, N. M., with
the representatives of the Women’s
« j, i j « cne representatives oi tne nomons
«. DC iOlu Dy JUnC l. Federated Clube, who leave Fort
Fi«li Hat*, original
$18.50 to *20.00,
Worth by special train on May 26.
He has been Invited to go It will
for $10 In • statement the Governor said
he will attend the Wieco State Demo-
MAN WHO KILLED
WIFE AND BABE
Durant, Okie., May 21.—Fieldon
Gravitt, who waa held here In con-
nection with the death of hia 17-
year-old wife end two-month-old
baby, who were found beaten to
death, waa adjudged insane by a
jury here Tuesday and ordered sent
to the state Insane asylum at Nor-
man. Gravitt had previously been
held without bond in connection
with the death of hia wife end baby.
FUk Hat* on sale.
$10 Hals for $5.00.
Mrs. C. Frost, Gilmer
MANAGER YOUNG RELEASED
Manager Young, of the Marshall
Indians, waa released at the end of
the game Sunday afternoon by
President Hochwald and his release
was later confirmed by the directors
of the local club.
Realizing that the first half of
the season was hopelessly lost and
that if the Indians were to be con-
sidered in the race for the last
half it would be necessary for a
complete reorganization of the team
at once the release of Manager
was announced and Johnny Baggan
of Mt. Pleasant has been named to
pilot the Indiana during the rest of
the season.—Marshall New*.
We take this method of thanking
cur --ny friends and acquaintances
for the kind and loving attention to
us in the recent illness and death of
our loved husband and father.
(Signed) Mrs. J. C. Froneberger
and Family. wit
NEW HANDS ARE ROLLING
The official announcement is
made today that the North Stars
infield will be materially strength-
ened upon their arrival home next
Thursday at which time Dallas
Locker, who has been playing a
classy game with Beaumont, the
past thrse weeks, will be in a local
Locker is an all around infielder
and an exceptionally consistent hit-
Another infielder brought in on
option from the St. Louis Browns,
is expected to arrive in Paris eith-
er Wednesday night or Thursday
morning, negotiations for this play-
er having been completed on Tues-
day, and la enpeeted to leave St.
Louis tonight or tomorrow. His
name at the moment is not avaiV
able but it is authoritatively stated
■s the Brown’s
LITTLE JACK PRIM BURIED
The funeral services at the Meth-
odist chbrch Wednesday afternoon
for little Jack Prim were well at-
tended. The many floral offerings
about the altar and casket testified
though silently, to the deep inter-
est of sympathetic friends.
Rev. J. A. Old, pastor of the
church was in charge of the ser-
vices and delivered a message of
hope and comfort for the bereaved
mother and sorrowing relatives and
friends. Mrs. W. L. Pippen sang a
solo, “Beautiful Isle of Somewhere,”
Even though the little one had
suffered for about six weeks he was
in death as in life beautiful to look
upon. At the conclusion of the pas-
tor’s message friends and acquaint-
ances were given an opportunity to
view for the last time the counten-
ance of little Jack who in his brief
life, had by his cherry manner and
happy smile, made many friends who
on this sad occasion mingled their
tears with those of heart broken
relatives who were left alone for a
few minutes with their dead.
Interment wes made in Rose
Mound cemetery where the little
one’s father was put away a few
weeks ago. Several car loads of
friends and relatives from Sulphur
Springs accompanied the heart-
broken mother on the said Journey
from Sulphur Springs where the
little fellow died, to Commerce
where funeral services were held
and interment made.—Commerce
Jack Prim wea the nephew of
Mesdames Moore Connor end Bd-
Hardin of this city.
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MRS. CROSBY HOSTESS TO SAP*
1fts, C. C, Crosby wee hostess to
Sulphur Springs chapter No. 63,
. ./ ,7.i$
Royal Arch Masons, will confer the
Mark and Past Master degroes on
Thursday night, May 22, at 8
o’clock, and the Most Excellent and
Royal Arch degrees Friday night,
May 23, at 8 o’clock. Members and
visitors invited. • 1,
KLOUGII WILLIAMS, H. P.
J. H. M’CLIMONS, Sec.
W. F. Bashum is here from Sul-
phur Bluff and reported the hall
Tuesday ufternoon extended nearly
to Sulphur Bluff.
LOST—Elgin watch. E. M. W. en-
gravement on back. Finder please
phone 40f and receive reward. 21-8t
FOR painting and paper hanging,
the best what is. See Joe Clifton.
FOR RENT—Three rooms partly
furnished, 1 block south of Gasette
building; garage; modern conven-
iences. Phone 97 or 25. (19-3tp)
LOST—A dark blue, headed roaett,
with e plaited crepe ruffle. Dropped
from a dress on College street. Find-
er please return to fJsws-Telegram
office or phone 882. tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE for tow"
property, 50-acre farm, well Im-
proved, three miles southwest of
city. See C. N. Shaw or G. N.
ON application for furnished apart-
7 its, I will fit up one or more
apartments at thy apartment house
juat north of the Christian church.
Mrs. J. K. Pierce. Phone 287.
For accordian and knife plaiting
one to 48 inches, see or phone Mrs.
W. P. Thompson,
street, fifth d~r north
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Bagwell, J. S. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 122, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 21, 1924, newspaper, May 21, 1924; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth826383/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.