The Daily Herald. (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 235, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 13, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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TWO ANO TWO.
Nationals Win Fourth Contact by 8cora
of Ona to Nothing.
r 'o uro, Oct. 18.—The world's ctaam-
11 series la again even,
gue team Friday
A Positive Suarantee to Cure
CHILLS anri FEVER
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WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1006
For Women At
I get ray stylish and up-to-date gar-
ments from New York, I do not buy
them in June or July because the
newest are not out then, I buy them
in September and have them ready to
show in October when most v women
buy their coats.
Ladies coats in plaid, trimmed with
velvet on collar and sleeves, full length
loose or semi fitting back, some partly
lined with Skinners satin, some un-
lined $7.45 and $8.50
slid colors in brown, tan and greet\ $7.45 and $8.50
Ladies coats, made of very fine light weight chiffon finish ladies
loth, tailor made, close fitting, full size and length, lined all.
¿rough With Skinners satin, some half lined, in tan, castor and
Lack $12.50, $15.00 and $16.50
_ North Main
üS'A.jewn Barber Shop.
Three first-class barbers. All work
[done in first-class and up-to-date
ii6 North nala Street.
of Los Angeles, California
Organized in Weatherford October 8
with a good membership, but the
charter still being open it gives an
opportunity to those who have not
joined to do so, to protect home in
time of need, as we promised at the
marriage alter to provide for those
when we have departed this life.
You can secure this in the Fraternal
Brotherhood, one of the most relia-
ble beneficiary orders in the world,
Complaint Filed Against Combs.
As a result of the investigation,
made by Sheriff Bratton and As-
sistant County Attorney Moyers,
Geo. O. Combs was yesterday
afternoon arrested on a oharge
of assault with intent to murder
his wife. Mr. Moyers filed the
complaint before Justice Cook of
that precinct, and a warrant was
at once iseued for his arrest.
Sheriff Bratton served the war-
rant at once, and waving pre-
liminary hearing, Mr. Combs was
allowed bail in the sura of $1.000,
wbioh he readily gave and was
released. There seems to be no
evidence against Combs exoept
that of oiroumstances. His own
statement to the officers' was that
he was oarrying the pistol, with
which he shot his wife, in the
hope that he would get to shoot a
wolf. He was carelessly hand-
ling the pistol, having, as he
thought, remdved the only cart-
ridge it contained. He was not
pointing the pistol at his wife in-
tentionally. It just happened,
that when the oartridge exploded,
the pistol was accidentally point
ing towards Mrs. Combs.
This is his , statement to
the offioers. Mrs. Combs
stated, among other things, that
she knew her husband had been
oarrying a pistol ever sinoe she
oame to live with him again, after
their separation. It is not known
that they had any trouble since
their separation and subsequent
reunion. Henoe the statement
evidence is only circumstantial.
It has been learned this morn
ing that Mrs. Combs die_d last
night at 12 o'olook. It is now
likely that Mr. Combs will be re-
arrested on a oharge of murder,
altho up to this
shipment of those
very popular coats
fo - ladies
$7.50, 110, $12.50
We were liberal
bvyers at the great
auction v «ale of
Fewes in NewYcrk
our portion of this
sale has arrived
and go ou sale
at about half the
usual price. Fur
Scarfs, Ftir Neck
Pieces, Fur Sets.
Value $1.25 to $20
at 89c to $10
Our third shipment of plaid
here $4.50 to $7.50
silk waist patterns are
Butterick Patterns 10c and 15c none higher
BAKER, POSTON & 60MPANY
Style, Quality and Price is our Foundation.
A. C. PULSE and
Deputy Supreme Pres.
At Carson-Lewis Hotel
Remove or Close Your Gates.
Since the passing of '-Id Brin*
time nothing I die an(j her tribe from our publio
has been done in the
For Carpenter Work
Phone Southwestern 331-2r
R. L. Smith
The new Pure Food and Drug
Law mark it on the labef of every
Cough Cure containing Opium,
Chloroform, or any other stupify'
ing or poisonous drug. But it
passes Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure as
made for 20 years, entirely free.
Dr. Shoop all along has bitterly
opposed the use of all opiates or
narcotics. Dr. Shoop's Cough
Cure is absolutely safe even for the
youngest babe—and it cures, it
does not simply suppress. Get a
safe and reliably Cough, Cure, by
' ' ' - — having Dr.
be your pro-
tection. We cheerfully recommend
and sell it. Kindel-Clark Drug Co.
J. G. SHARP
Office: Houston Avenue, southwest
Di?. T. L. Bloom
Over First National Bank
Southwestern Telephone Connection
Phone No. 285-2rirgs.
The Herald for Job Printing
J. E, Frazier, Dentist
A meeting of All Saints Epes- simply insisting on
copal Guild will be held at the!Shoop's. Let the law
residence of Mrs. R. W. Foat,
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
All members are urged to be
present, as business of impor-
tance will come up before the or-
The marrted ladies Bridge
Whist Club played with Mrs. G
M. Bowie yesterday afternoon.
our flower gardens and lawns—
an unthinking public has grown
somewhat careless in their new
freedom. While under the arbi-
trary rule of the "town oow," it
was possibly the instinct of self
preservation that prompted the
barring of gates, and even bolt-
ing,of doors, especially at night.
Since this is no longer necessary,
there are those who have* grown
careless and the garden gate is
allowed to swing to and fro at
will. The prohibiting of old
Brin dies clan on Weatherford
streets was one of the best moves
ever made, for good things have
been following ever since, and in
time well lighted streets will come.
Until then, it is rather provoking
to say the least of it, to be strol-
There were no guests other than. . , , . ..
the oiubs membership. After the |hn? alon« a dark thoroughfare
Think of Dr. Shoop's Catarrh games'a two course luncheon was
Cure if \ our nose and throat dis
charges—if your breath is foul or
feverish. Thjs snow white sooth-
ing balm contains Oil of F.ucalyp-
tus, Thymol, etc., incorporated in-
to an imported, creamlike, velvety
petrolatum. It soothes, heals,
purifies, controls. Call at our
store for free trial box. Kindel
Clark Drug Co.
served. The olub play.8 Friday,
October 26th, with Mrs. J. A.
If you intend buying a Piano
do not be deceived by some of
the Fakes that are in the country.
I can and will sell you a better
Piano and aí a less price than
you ¡can get it at any other
„ , . . u ~ i „.i. i house, or from any other person
Take a course in the Roberta j have some of the best known
Business College and get in shape p(anoa in the market and can
to do something. | save you money. When you get
ready to make your selection
Wanted —Calves. See Dr. I come in and get my prices. lean
Smith 80U you nice new Pianos from
1 $175, $225, $250 to $450. Don't
We are headquarters for fresh ] be misled, but oome and see for
The mucous membrane of your throat is very delicate and susceptible
to injury. Por tha^ reason you should be careful to select a cough syrup
that is envolieat and soothing, rathet than one that merely deadens the
tissues for a time—when it revives more inflamed than before.
Our PO-TUS-SUS is soothing and onntains nothing injurious. It
cures ooughA>y allaying the inflammation, Price 35c and BOo. /
REYNOLDS DRUG AND JEWELRY CO.
COMB IN ANB LBT I SHOW YOU OUR LINE OF BUROLAR PROOF UMBRBLLARS
t ' " y lf*& ¡5?"' ¥SU • ' ¡¡¡¿¿r'r
yourself, at John John Leiper's
Doing business in Weatherford
20 years, Fakes are here today
and gone tomorrow.
If you want an eduoation that
will supply your bread and but*
ter, work in the Roberts Business
The Herald has a nice stock of
Typewriter and manifold papers,
when in need, call and examine
Personal.—Of interest to olub
women. Address M., oare of
and very uncerimoniously bump
into an open gate. It is only
thoughtlessness on the part of
those who might have at some
time left their gaties unlatched,
but the gates are no longer a
necessity, hence, why not remove
them, together with unsightly
fences to which some of them are
attached. Your place will only
look the better for this bit of im-
provement, and at the same time
you will become a public bene-
factor by removing .the oause of
Who will be the next one to
take down his fence and gate?
Those who have already done so
have materially added to the ap-
pearance of their property, so
why not follow suit.
Ladies Are Around.
The Herald learns that at a re-
cent meeting of the Home Science
Department of the XXth Century
club, the ladies took up the siiL •
ject of civic improvement in a
manner^ that, if carried to a suc-
cessful culmination (and who
ever heard of the good women
failing in anything they under-
took for the welfare of the town)
will redound to their credit for
years to come, and will add more
to the health of our town and the
beauty of our streets than any
thing they have yet undertaken.
It is stated that they will peti-
tion the city council to pass a
law prohibiting any one' from
spitting on the sidewalks [of the
This is a matter the Herald has
been working on for over a year,
and with the aid of the ladies we
are sure that we will soon see
such a law in force and effect.
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Are equal to
the best. '
CS« Alexander &Co.
Drugs and School Books
A Badly Barned Qirl
or boy, man or .woman, is quickly
out of pain if Bucklen's Arnica
Salve is applied promptly, G. J.
Welch, of Tekonsha, Mich., says:
"I use it in my family for cuts,
sores and all skin injuries, and
find it perfect." Quickest Pile
cure known. Best healing salve
made. 25c at Kindel-Clark Drug
Co., C. S. Alexander & Co.,
Cherry Bros, A Akard.
For Sale or Exchange.
A stock of general merohan
dise at Cresson, Texas; will in
voice $1000 or $1200, all new
goods; store located in best busi-
ness district; house 24x80 feet,
rents for $10 a month; new4-room
residence, that rents for $5.00 a
month. Good trade established,
mostly oash; annual sales $12,000
to $15,000; stock and fixtures all
new; stock consists principally
of groceries, a little shelf hard-
ware, a few shoes and small lot
of dry goods, all bought sinoe
March, 1906. Cresson is a good
small town, has good schools and
good farming country. Apply
to G. P. Coroanges & Co.,Weath-
"Joe Sappington's Remarks,"
the initial number of which has
been received at the Herald of-
fice, is as unique as its name im-
plies. It is a magazine, publish-
ed at Temple, Texas, by Joe Sap-
pington, the most original hum-
orous writer of the South, and
bids fair to become one of the
popular publications in that clas3.
"Joe Sap," has often been liken-
ed to Bill Nye, but in this writers
humble opinion a comparison of
the two places Sappington con-
siderably above Nye in poiiWof
uuiquity and originality. •'Re-
marks" is not only replete id
bright, huraoroufr articles fren
"Joe Saps" facile pen, but fro in
various other humorous writers
of more or less note. The intro-
ductory in the first issue is woll
worth a year's subscription,whion
is only one dollar We wish, and
prediot, for "Remarks" a suc-
Lot 85x150 feet, 6 room 1 lA story frame house, four fire places
high location, nice shade, well and hydrant water, $2,000 if
Taylor & Taylor, Ag<
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Railey, J. E. H. The Daily Herald. (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 235, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 13, 1906, newspaper, October 13, 1906; Weatherford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178149/m1/1/: accessed July 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.