The Daily Herald. (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 249, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 30, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1900
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36-inch Taffeta iu gray, navy blue and dark red Q| flft
per yard 01* wll
— Egyptian silk, black only, 22-lnch, wears as well as all
silk, but has some cotton in it, per yard 5ÜC
36-inch black taffeta, guaranteed to wear, a $1.25 Q| nn
silk, as long as it last OliUU
Bear skin coats for children, sizes up to six years in assorted
colors $2-65 up to S4.45, caps to match at 50c
Babies booties in white or colors, IE* Hftp QCp
assorted length lUu ZUu Züu
Babies knit sacks, knit out of saxony and Shet- AEp COp
land floss, white or colored ZJll uUu
Boys knee pants, double seated and double knees, filled
seams, woolen goods, good school pants, sizes 6 KHp
to 14, only OUll
Why not get one of
those Richardson out-
fits today and em-
broider it for a friend
for Xmas, 25c and 50c
Full line of Richard-
son's and Belding's
skein silks in stock.
Are equal to
C.S* Alexander &Co*
Drugs pnd School Books
The Herald has a nice stock of
Typewriter and manifold papers.
When in need, oall and examine
In District Court.
The only oases disposed of in
the district court sinoe our last
report are as follows:
State vs. Edgar Barton, mur-
der; continued upon application
State vs. Charlie Langford,
murder; same order as above.
State vs. Robert George (col-
ored), rape; continued upon ap-
plication of defendant.
State vs. Early Johnson, (col-
ored) rape: same order as above
This concludes the criminal
dooket and the jury for the week
was discharged. Civil suits will
now be taken up, and judging
from the manner in which Judge
Patterson has disposed of buai
neea during this term, there will
be very few cases left on the
docket when oourt adjourns for
When the tip of a dog's nose is
cold and moist, that dog is not sick.
A feverish dry nose means sickness
with a dog. And so with the hu-
man lips. Dry, cracked and color-
less lips means feverishness, and
are as well ill appearing. To
have beautiful, pink, velvet-like
lips, apply at bedtime a coating
of Dr. Shoop's Green Salve. It
will soften and heal any skin ail-
ment. Get a free, trial box, at
our store, and be convinced. Large
nickel' capped glass jars, 25 cents.
Kindel-Clark Drug Co.
Cold weather has arrived and the time
has come for heavy underwear* We
have a full lihe of fleeced cotton, wool
fleece, derby ribbed, cotton and derby
wool in shirts and drawers Wool and
cotton medium weight union suits, from
$L00 to $3.50 per süít
J. R BLOOM & CO.
We give Piano Contest Tickets.
Funeral of Landon McFall.
The funeral of Landon McFall
who died Saturday night 00-
ourred this morning. At the
First Methodist church, of which
the deceased was a member, Dr.
H. D. Knickerbookr of Dallas
preaohed a very eloquent funeral
sermon in the course of which he
paid some very sincere and beau-
tiful tributes to the memory of
the departed young mar#. Dr.
Knickerbocker was assisted in
the service by Rev. Geo. M. Oak-'
ley of this city.
The deceased was a Knight of!
Pythias and a very large repre- J
sentador of that fraternity metí
the cortege in a body as it came
from the home and conduoted it
to the ohuroh and from thence to |
the cemetery where the funeral ¡
rites of the order were very;
Those who performed the sad
service of bearing the body on
its journey to its last resting
place were Messrs Jno.B. Yauger
and D. C. Patterson, friends of
the deceased from Oklahoma City,
and Leo Hartnett, Earnest Boone,
Nathan MoCleskey and Bartlett
Cannon, all boyhood friends of
The gathering of friends who
were in attendance at the servioes
was extremely large, and the
procession that followed to the
graveside was of great length.
The tokens of love in the way ot
flowers were many and beautiful,
and the messages of sympathy
to the fatmily have been innumer-
The family desire their host9 of
friends to know that the many
gentle kindnesses and ministra-
tions shown them in their bereav-
ment are deeply appreciated and
will be tenderly remembered.
A Young Mother at 70.
"My mother has suddenly been
made young at 70. Twenty years
of intense suffering from dyspepsia
had entirely disabled her, until six
months ago, when she began -tak-
ing Electric Bitters, which have
completely cured her and restored
the strenghth and activity she had
in the prime of life," writes Mrs.
W. L. Gilpatrick, of Danforth,
Me. Greatest restorative medicine
on the globe. Sets Stomach, Liver
and Kidneys right, purifies the
blood, and cures Malaria, Bilious-
ness and Weakness. Wonderful
nerve tonic. Price 500 Guaran-
teed by Kindel-Clark Drug Co ,
C. S. Alexander & Co., Cherry
Bros. & Akard drug store.
Mrs. R. D. Speed this morning
received the sad intelligence of ¡
the death of her sister, Mrs. Wm. j
O'Neil Perkins, at her home in;
Nashville, Tennessee. Mrs. Per-
kins was quite well known in
^his city, where she has visited
and made many friends, all of
whom will regret to learn of her
A Satisfied Customer is a Walking
MUfUMKMFHUr:f luí Mi — III n —
The faay we are selling
Ladies Coals, Misses
Coats and Childrens
School Coats certainly
means satisfied custo-
mers. They come and
buy and go and send
others. We have a coat
for every memoer of the
family. THE PRICE
AND STYLE is correct,
if you buy your coat
SKIRTS in black, gray
and mixtures, also plaids
$2 50 to $12.50
To make yourself comfortable
buy a Fur Scarf or neck
piece from our collection and
save a third in price.
Black Cat Stockings
If you wear Black Cat Stockings
you know they are the bes \ if you
do not wear
them get the
habit right now
and you will
know the best
is,/ Black Cat.
Kjrery pair guar-
anteed right or
a 'new pair free.
of the family
ought to wear
ings, 12J^jc, 25c
The most practical undergarments for winter, costs no more than
a popular price
Union suits for women... .$1.00
Union suits for girls 50
Union suits for boys 50
Union suits for children .. .50
Two piece suits for women
Two piece suits for girls
Two piece suits for boys
Two piece suits for child-
ren garment 25
Advance of regular sizes
Robes and BIdnkBtS The beSt moncy you cau SI*-'1111 for a y purpose in fall and
■' 1 1 winter is the cost of a Chase Lap Robe. We are agents
for Chase Lap Robes and will save yoh 50c to $1.00 on each robe. A comfortable drives in the
winter can only be had when you are seated under a good warm lap robe. A Chase robe from
Baker- Poston will satisfy you.
Henry E. Jones of ''ampa, Fla.,
writes: "I can thank God for my
present health, due to Foley's
Kidney Cure. I tried doctors and
all kinds of kidney cures, but
nothing done me much good till I
Foley's Kidney Cure. Four bot-
tles cured me, and I nave no njore
pain in my back and shoulders.
I am 62 years old, and" suffered
long, but thanks to Foley's Kid-
ney Cure I am well and can walk
and enjoy myself. It is a pleasure
to recommend it to those needing
a kidney medicine." Cherry Bros.
Our Millinerv Department is doing double duty this season. You can come here
* ^ and buy a hat at the price you wish to pay and th«i
style you will find is always correct.
Notice It's impossible to wait on everyone at times, as quickly as w¿ would
like to, but remember we are very anxious to do so and will ask you
to bear with us during the rushes.
BAKER. POSTON & 60IMPñNY
Butterick Patterns 10c and 15c None Higher
Lot 85x150 feet with 6 room framed dwelling, nice shade,
waterworks and well, situated on South Elm street, at a
Taylor & Taylor, Agents
The Hughey A Turner football
team is busily engaged in prac-
tice for the forthcoming contest
with the Carlisle Military Acad-
emy team of Arlington. This
game is to be played at Athletio
park next Saturday afternoon,
and promises to be lively through-
out, as the new football raise will
be striotly observed whioh neces-
sitates muoh open playing. It
will doubtless prove more inte 3
eating to the speotatnrs than were
the games where mass plays were
Ladle*' Aid Society.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
First Presbyterian ohuroh heve
decided not to heve e dinner on
the first Monday in November,
C. E, Frmzler,
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Railey, J. E. H. The Daily Herald. (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 249, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 30, 1906, newspaper, October 30, 1906; Weatherford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178151/m1/1/: accessed July 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.