The Daily Herald. (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 236, Ed. 1 Monday, October 15, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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FOR BOYS ONLY
A Specialty Shoe from a spec-
ialty maker of "Boys Shoes
Only." This shoe was modeled
over the growing foot of a
genuine live boy. Fits all
around; plenty of room for
his feet to grow and
breathe in.' *
All those who wish to bid on J.
T. Montfort's dwelling oan find
plane and specifications at
Heifrin & McCrary's office.
All new and up-to-the-minute
faroes, sketches, comedies and
■peoialties are the features of the
Peterson Entertainers this sea*
Read the Dailv Herald.
There is no need to speak of
the merits of these goods; they
have stood the test for years.
And today Stacy-Adams shoes
are handled by some of the
largest exclusive Shoe Stores
throughout the United States.
We have them in button and
lace, gun metal, vici, patent
vici and patent colt. We have
them on A, B, C and D lasts
and the new toes. Prices from
$5 to SB
Happy Family Reunion.
A family reunion was held yes-
terday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Buster on Palo Pinto
street, when nine children and
six grand children were present.
A big, old fashioned* family din-
ner was served to the delight of
the children assembled, and a
royal day was enjoyed by all,
the pleasure being marred only
by the absenoe of a daughter
and son and one son*in*law, who
were unavoidably absent.
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Crawford and two
ohildren of Celina; Mrs. B. L.
Jenkins and two sons of Strawn;
Mr. and Mra. Walter Allen and
little daughter of Amarillo; Mrs.
Claude Buster and son of this
plaeb; Harold Buster of Fort
worth and Miss Willie, Kendric,
W. G., Coral and Leonatd Bus-
ter of this oity.
Advise to Housewives.
No home is so pleasant, regard-
less of the comforts that money
will buy, as when the entire family
is in perfect health. A bottle of
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup costs
50 cents. It will cure every mem-
ber of the family of constipation,
sick headache or stomach trouble.
Cherry Bros. & Akard.
From report brought in by
farmers today, the rains of Sat-
urday and Sunday seem to be
pretty general over the county.
The steady fall, unaooompanied
astit was by wind, brought very
little damage to ootton. The
moisture will be benefioial to
wheat, which was pretty dry in
Piles quickly and positively
cured with Dr. Sboop's Magic
Ointment. It's made for Piles
alone—and it does the work surely
and with satisfaction. Itching,
painful, protruding or blind piles
disappear like magic by its use.
Large, Nickel Capped glass jars,
50 cents. Sold and recommended
by Kindel- Clark Drug Co?
We are glad to note that Robert
Weatherford,formerly of Mineral
Wells, has decided to move to a
live town, henoe he will remove
his family to Weatherford. Mrs.
Weatherford, who is a sister of
Dr. R. L. Watt of this oity, oame
over to Weatherford last week
and as soon as a house oan be
procured, the family will be es-
tablished here. The splendid
advantages our good sohools
offer is one of the good reasons,
Mr. Weatherford gives* for his
ohange in residenoe.
Constipation is the rook that
wreoks many lives; it poisons the
very life blood. Regularity oan
be established through the use of
Priokly Ash Betters. It is mildly
oathartio and strengthens the
stomaoh, liver and icidneyl.
Cherry Bros. A Akard, speoial
Tioket for the piano at Porter's
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Watches and Jewelry
I have a nice line of all the Standard
movement watches, in both gold and 20
year eases, open or closed, also a select
assortment of rings and other jewelry.
Drop around and let me show you.
G. 8. Flanary is in the oity
today on business.
Judge R. F. Milam is attend-
ing district court here today.
Henry Abbott is visiting his
sister in Dallas for a few days.
Bob Pyron was over yesterday
to spend Sunday with his family.
Hon. H. L. Mosely is spending
a day or two at Gordon on legal
Harold Buster after spending
Sunday here left this "morning
for Fort Worth.
John Heartsill who spent Sun-
day with home folks, left this
morning for Dallas.
M \ and Mrs. Frank Putman
returned yesterday from a visit
to Mrs. Putman's mother in Fort
W. L. Doss and wife or Color-
ado City, are in the oity visiting
the former's sister, Mrs. A. J.
Viotor Martin represented the
Plain Texan-Democrat at the
Texas Press meeting at Dallas
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Parsons and
Judge and Mrs. A J. Hood, com-
posed a party who visited Dnllas
and the Fair today.
Ben Hartley left this morning
for Granger, where he goes to
attend a meeting of Central Tex-
as Press association.
INDIGESTION A CRIME.
Don't Toa Want a Keen Appetite and
Perfect Health Once More.
Don't you want a keen appetite,
vigorious digestion, strong heart
action, pure blood, nerves of steel,
and natural streugth and health
restored to you once more?
If you contiuue to suffer with
the ills of iudigestion, such as
headaches, backaches, sleepless-
ness" nausea and distress after eat-
ing, specks before the eyes, dis-
pondency and nervousness, now
that you have been told of the
oood Mi-o-na stomach tablets will
do you, then your indigestion is an
Mi o-na will strengthen all the
orgáns of digestion, so that
you will get from your food tha
nourishment that is needed to sup
J port the vital forces and strength
en the nerve powers; the flagging
spirits of mind and body will be
rejuvenated; hope courage and
strength will be restored.
The fact that Mi*o-na is sold
under an absolute guarantee by
W. K. Shropshire to strengthen
the digestive system and restore
health, or he will refund the money
proves most clearly and strongly
the great merit of this remedy. *
Ask him to show you the guar-
antee he gives with every 50-cent
box of Mi-o-na. This will show
his'faith in the remedy, and Mi-
o-na itself will soon .demonstrate
its health giving qualities.
SEE OUR WINDOW
We are makiug a special run on Chamois skin and Talcum Pow-
der this week. We have most of the different brands of
Talcum, but our leader is the Imperial Crown Parma
Wood, Violet put up in glass containers at 25c.
Chamois skins from 10c up to $1.25
SHROPSHIRE'S Drug Store.
Mrs. C. A. Prioe and daugh-
ters, Misses Elliot and Ronda,
have returned from a visit to rel-
atives and friends at Fort Worth.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Crawford and
ohildren, returned to Celina, af-
ter a visit to Mrs. Crawford's
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bus-
W. B. Allen left this morning
"for Fort Worth. Mrs. Allen and
daughter will remain for a visit
to Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr. and
Mrs, W. G. Buster.
Miss Etta Doss who has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. J.
Stanger for a few days, left for
Sherman this morning where she
is in school at Kidd-Key College.
J. H. Kyle has returned from
Terrell, where he went to visit
his son, Dave, who is in the hos-
pital department of the North
Texas Insane asylum. We re-
gret to learn that Dave is not im-
proved in health.
The new Pure Food and Drug
Law mark it on the label of every
Cough Cure containing Opium,
Chloroform, or any other stupify-
ing or poisonous drug. But it
passes Dr. ShoopVCough 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 reliable Cough, Cure, by
simply insisting on having Dr.
Shoop's. Let the;law be your pro-
tection. We cheerfully recommend
and sell it. Kindel-Clark Drug Co.
Why then travel? Sit in your
office or home and transact
your business by telephone.
If you haven't tried it you
can,have no idea of the satis-
faction you will experience
through this convenient me-
thod of conducting your af-
fairs. Reduced rates after 6
Sauthwestero Tel. & Telephone Co.
G. R. Lefler, who for some time
has represented the Lowe* Carter
Hardware Company over the
state, has aooepted % position
with the Leudinghaus Wagon
Company of St. Louis, and will
hereafter travel in the State of
Arkansas and Louisiana. Mr.
Lefler left ihis morning for Dal-
las from where he goes to Little
Rock some time this week. As
long as Mr. Lefler was with our
looal firm he was of oourse,count-
ed a Weatherford oitizen, and it
is with regret we give him up, at
the same time, however, wishing
him muoh success and prosperi-
ty in his new field of work.
The Herald has a nioe stook of
Typewriter and manifold papers.
When in need, call and exajnine
Isn't This Ypur Experience
lips and hands,
•, « •
That these Fall days bring you chapped
rough dry skin? This can oertainly be avoided by a little
percautibn. Along with the leading brands of lotions and
creams for hands ^ face and lips, we have our own FRA-
GRANT fOILET CREAM-as good as the best in
better than the best in quantity—a 4 oz bottle
ase. A sk those that have uaed it and learn that
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How about that boy and girl? Got to have shoes for
them, these crisp little northerns will run them out of their
old summer shoes. Uou had better send them to us to be
fitted up properly and substantially. Every pair is made up
especially for us and thoroughly adapted to these lively '
American boys and girls, plenty of style, too. If you have
any trouble with your children shoes, which doubtless you
have had, try us. We know ours represent the very best
makes and contains the very best leathers now in use; All
"si?es and all the best styles.
The FAMOUS SHOE STORE.
J. R. Lewis :: Alton Riggins
Call 183-1 ling for tin and sheet metal working,
roofing, guttering, tanks and all kinds of repairing.
303 North Main Weaiherford, Texas
Before buying see my line of
New and Second Hand Goods
A complete stock of new Furniture and Cook Stoves
<£ 305-7-9-Í1 North Máin Street &
W. H. Eddleman, president; Qeo. P.
Levy. Vice President; H. L. Brevard,
Cashier; W. L. Tucker, Assistant
Merchants and Farmers
8URPLUS. 8 46,OOO
DIRECTORS—W. H. Eddleman, Geo.
P. Levy, I. S. SJover, J. D. Doughty
and Jno. W. Braselton.
Accounts of Merchants and Farmers,
Corporations and Individual^ solicited,
Prompt attention given to all business
entrusted to us.
W. S. Fant, President; R. H. Foat and
C. R. Baker, Vice Presidents; R. W.
Davis, Cashier; L. A. Davis, Assistant
(Bsuollihed 18* )
W.D.Carter, President; "C. C. Bart-
nold, Vice President; G. A. Holland,
Cashier; J. O. Tucker, J. P. Owens,
J. C. Alsup, Assistant Cashiers.
teas National Bank.
W eatherford, Texas
Capital fend Surplus, $i5o,ooo.oo
Directors—W. D. Carter, C. C. Bart-
hold, G. A. Holland, J O. Tucker,
Boyd Porter, J. T. Cottdh, G.S. \V hite.
General Banking Business Transacted, I
Directors—G. M. Bowie, W. S. Fant
R. H. Foat, W. R. Turner, R. W
"Davis, L. A. Davis and C. R. Baker
If you have any Blood ]
k ■„ disorder. Kidney. Liver.
rStomnch or Bowel trouble, Rheums*
, nothing. 3 moe. Treatment, $1, (contains
ight Draft); alsfe 25c sure. At Drug* /
k lasts' (in black boxes), or write for FREB J
ilSürrL- - — -
k Trial Box («end no money) to
fek Bsssrfl's Native Herbs Co.
Colimibtw* Ohio, or
Sua francisco, Cnl.
Cherry Bros. 4 Akard.
6*5-4 On Gas Ranges
Toj Ml* fay Lowe-tarter Hardware Co and
T. R. Erwi^A Co., Waatherford, Tetaa
Better thair ever—brighter than
ever—everything new. That is
what Peterson's Entertainer* of*
far the fun-loving people of
AMD CURETH lunos
Surest and Quickest Our tor
THROAT and LUNG TROT
LBS, or KONSY BAOX.
Think of Dr. Shoop's Catarrl
Cure if your nose and throat
charges—if your breath is foul
feverish. This snow white
ing balm contains Oil of
tus, Thymol, etc., incorporated i
to an imported, creamlike, velva
petrolatum. It soothes,
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score tor tree trial* doz. ,
Clark lirug Co.
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Railey, J. E. H. The Daily Herald. (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 236, Ed. 1 Monday, October 15, 1906, newspaper, October 15, 1906; Weatherford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178150/m1/4/: accessed July 7, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.