The Daily Herald. (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 169, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 30, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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> DRUG COMPANY
COST TO CVERYONC* feH lilt bottle of BROMONIA.
offer b Intended lor (boat «bo «offer from CONSTIPA*
TROUBLE. HEADACHE. INDIGESTION, or ANY of the
; resulting from a ducrdarad condition of the stomach.
I COMPANY assert that In BROMONIA they havt found a
t ta ad inn, and mi «ire In its results, that tbey will $tve to any
J you wlK
TO THE PUBLIC
♦o mat*. that the wlkf given and cures
that they will distribute, 'free
HUIIktM of Mlln durtn® tit
in «nml he^th. K ve dyspepsia, are sub|ect to
biliousness, kWncy or Jtvcr troubles. disposed to catch
can help yea. Bat ff you have blood poisonlne or
_ cannot cine. voo. The services of a skilled physician
oT BromnH taken In daw often prevents an attack of
MAURI*. I.A GRiPHE, and *anv ot the various diseases to which
ta hcí to. NEVER BE WITHOUT A BOTTLE Of BROMONIA
the Nn fW and Drop Act, Jane SO, 1906.
THE BROMONIA COMPANY.
ran, YOURSELF OF THIS FREE OFFER
At OOR MUUKNT ST7PPLT MAT BE CXHAUSTtO
; IT ALL DEUGCISTS TURKS SIZES, Uc, 50c., $1,00
becoming the fruit,
, grain and cottou
country of the Southwest.
It will pay you to investi-
gate right now.
on Sale Daily.
1 E. P. TURNER
General Passenger Agent,
lilroad Time Table TZZ
TEXAS 9i PACIPKí
XAST BOUND LJLArm.
Mo. t. Prom Tojra* $.«t> *
No. io. Mineral wciu to nana* m
What Texas Has and What She Tan
Texas la larger than Germany or
France. She has within her border*
the means of producing almost every-
ting necessary to man. including the
metals and minerals, the products of
firm, rauge. garden, and forest. Hang-
ing In latitude from that of Ke< West
near the tropics to that of Colrivdo.
In altitude from «*?* level to 10,000 feet,
and in rainfall from 9 inches to 10S)
inches annually, Texas can raise any
crop of the temperate or semitroplcal
Texas has more railroads than any
other state in the union, and ahe has
tbe second largest port in the United
States. Galveston ranking next to New-
York is value of exports and imports.
Texas produce* one-*ixth of the
world s cotton snpptv. «ad keeps np
ber end In every «tl*r crop.
Texas has fewer }<eoj )e cm tor ^S.-
000 square mita uua Ifre in tto city
of Greater ¥xm York, as ttore Is not
much crowding. Tbnw-fonrlte of tto
population of Texas live in one-iJiird
tto aros of tto state la tto state
tbare is practiculiy no waait laud and
tto population migtr wnntoual )? 1*
Increased 1C w 1.
Tto poop le are maifciiir mow: uu£
savtuF mowe" torn tto? wh6 more
mom in «rve¡ htewrtm Pulid road
and raJiruadá. and unveiuj tnetr *e-
CaiHut weiwtu«r tn tto
ttae uaptut Onili-
tai ta; civei) ali tit* protectiou tin ia«
1 uUtrwt. ano Un tagtsiaui r uj«eu out\
j one in twti y oar* It ta of sata
IHímjt tuduoetuenu will tac suitwtl mi
request.—-K f'aso tie raid
No. si. Misers) Walls to Dallaa. i ¡voy a
No. I. Swsotwator-MsnhsU tJipm mm mrv imutiniutt
WBST BOUmf' L&kvi? Over? citisoti of W«attaefloit) Stacüld
No.a$. nails*toMiaersl vr*tu r ..a. iUU r«*u*! in aotiurum a Viifi Ui~
No. f. Mara ball Svsotwator IMss rector*. couipw-U ■ iinevorv detall UmuI
'• ' '**'** what Mayo? JMlUer bar tommy.
, No. 9. Dalla* to .Mineral Well* «:*Vp.m
¡To tto Uitizeuf of W^sattaerford:
Mo. s. ToToyah.
Tt« "Í3it< 'Joiiiicll upon ai.v
SANTA FE i uiHuda'twr enij)Ju>ed Mr. HtuJu* to
Mo.i. Clsbare-Wcatberford. arrlee .ttfipm. take a oeuutu witij tto Kit-u in view
Weatberlord-Cleburo <(*oart .a. ^ „ wmp^u alit) ^uttontic
City wry wliicii in ui. opinion is
" Ttv _ , _ . , _.. one of ti *1 wst>entiaie of a live and
IV TuMtarnil tn flrhonl Fund. I
crowuig city Tto axutieinon wtav
1 ills Directory in a I
^Transferred to Sohool Fond.
'0n, July 30.—Two hundred thou
"^''ara were transferred froro ^ to u«
far were v - -
*<U,enuo fiutd to the avail- w>?8t and complete torau ooiita' aoli
mftKi'V'fere Is still aix«i« ¡ r«KJo«ítuentind and 1 oouimeuti t
alty offal revenue fund )oru to 'U *;&■ awato ouhIu
tary tnir _ ' <A our ;lt> lur suiatUtutia! m
, uuent Ui the inatlnr of ativert
involunta Santa Fa.
ty one ton district court |
*s company has j
nta Fe railway ] ,
i To tto CiUs«ut of Viruttorft .
j This is to certify tUat i
^latjy j my iooowpleu: f)ity Jii
f0waakandaiUiicwqaMn,'tÍMMUMko< Wt*Uí"rt^<1 ^
way to help, tot wtth that way, two t
asnslbsaoinUned. boo ta local, on* Is <
dowal, hot both ais Important, hath •
Dr. Btaoop1* Ntaht tars is tbs LoosL
Dr. (hoop's ItMtarativ*. tb* i
sspstar of SB I
atand for th
Inclined to tho
disbelief of Orcba
my duty. I have
could do no more. 11
any punishment that
oat to mo for my crime, ai
or It comes, the bettor."
MAJOR HUNTINCTOfi DIES
Away After the Tragic
Events of Sunday.
HENRY SEEKS TO SUICIDE;
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Tie* Silk Handkerchief to Bar of Coll
and Other End Arouiut (tis Ne« \ an«i
Was Slowly Strangling to Doatlfc but
Attempt on Life Stopped.
Versatile*, July 30, Tto dmüt «t
the «k ><1 American : >vld1er hli hott\ and
nn attempt at self destruction dh the
l art of his son, Henry, xvho Kh<*L
►UtiM'n and brothers on Snudny In th
last hours of his <*ylitR fother, lmtmrt>
ed addlonnl sadness Monday to C o
shttcklng traaett.v in the humo of M;< v<
Henry A.. Huntington, which l> • <
caused a sensation In the Amerita;
toll n.v nnd dlplonmtle circle* «.•
Major Huntington died Monday > v <
Inc shortly after the itows wa^ Hv
out of his son Henry's unsuoostnüel
attorni)t nt ixtlclde, hut the father v o>
ppared th<> anRitlsh of the knowle,
that both till* Incident and tho t ■
rlMe crime which shattered hki h.'u v
hold, as ho was unconscious to tlio
The prostrated wife nnd daughter,
Rdlth and his non Dónalas who'
slliiht wounds permitted them to puv
the last honors to the it> man, wore
present In the chamber when the end
According to th«> police, Henry at-
tempted suicide In hU eell with a slll<
handkerchief, which he tied around
his neck ami fastened to the bar*
seeking to strangle himself s'owly, The
Jailor who had been Instructed
watch the prisoner closely, detected
the art In time to prevent osrluus re
buHs and It was announced thai Menj\\
had not succeeded In Injuring hlmaK'f,
Henry Immediately ea'tned down
and made no objection to being led
away. He was quiet and only u l < d tr.>
be allowed tell his wife what had
Ofcnrred before In lug lodged in Jail.
It was learned that there Is InsatiTlv
In the Huntlnirton family. Mn'or
Huntington's brother died In a mad-
house suffering from delusions some-
what similar to those of which Henry
Many members of the American col
onv in Paris, Including Ambassador
White and Consul General Mason, cal -
ed at the Huntlngtm residence to ex
press sympathy and olfer their ser-
Henry Huntington's wife, as well as
her father and mother, were summon-
ed from Paris and appeared before
tbe examining magistrate here, who
took down their statements. Henry's
wtfejln an interview, persisted In her
statement that the rupture between
Henry and tbe other members of h!i«
family was complete. The trouble,
•to said, dated from the Inst anni-
versary dinner of her marriage. She
Velares that on this occasion her sis-
ters4n-law spoke 111 of her to her
Wtoa Henry returned to his hotel,
tto tragedy be laid bis wife he
war rrtfag at tto todsfoe of his father
«'ton bis toother Douglas and his
«un*- tar.«mipt#d bin snd Insisted
ttia- to taeg for bis mother's pardon.
Be itot> lost bis bead and fired lndl«-
trteMwrteíy "I <an never forget."
Mm. MwniVxIoa went <to. "that my
tiuaUanfl touMe altta bis family rather
ttaati p^miii me to to insulted In bis
H«mry. **toi to efit to bis brother's
«eaittarout- Btttids? ai toes me ex-
and <-.)iitlt)n«d to speak violently
auti loudly Tto ta * tor« of «be ram
liy sattoKMti a tiut>fl Mas and tried to
perauad* him tv co Into tto drawing
euua nut? taU «to qonstioe over therv
Ttita ti wtiuifl ma do. but in a loud
vol'* to insistid Usa* tto only way
M> cure iiis lattor a* to administer
tto tiloofl of a dog mixed wltb nek
wat*>t. a ftoeCy wktab h<- had In
vottiert TMiii '<f tate pernlstence, his
tarottor. J.iouglas. fiaaJly opened the
<k/or of tto tod roo sad said: "I
am tto o Mtaart * ai I ask yn in leave
Kdirii Muiivugtoa a)*o abjured her
bcw*i -f tv topsl sr<d n'/i create fur
thet fli«i wrt/aii' Ttoy ib<-n togan
pustiluf lieory t//w«rds tbe door. Hud-
deal y to erbippwd a revolver from bis
tyx>.et «ad Wed pf/l t l/laqk at Dong-
la* Tto bulto grazed the older
W, UJ tbe
fired a sec-
_r 4roppod. The
' eiTsatotb and Edith, then
•bot Edith through
placing tho revolver
•a breast he pulled
on* of the gtinrds
lied Into the room
in revolver from the
I Labor Union of Washington
■orah Casa to Cams Up.
«thmwi Jf',1, ai, A resolution
Well Known Capitafot Seeuret
Art*,, July u u
lively asserted that Tbomna W. 1 aw
adn at thMSton hus puivh*«w\t >Uc |ddnt
>f the AvUtuu SsluvlUut tu
<rt.\iMAM W, 1..\'VS0N
IMs city Th<> tl< l ln\ii|vca ♦IT.uuO,-
un;1 ,md carries control >( many mines
III this t>e< tlntv
Action Tnllowa fleo and Suspension
of Orn Ant r>lo Managar.
ManaKcr ^atn I arocun > has realun
e<l from the Sen Antonio haaoboll
c!ub team. This fuilt w« hla line ot
$M> and su-monslon-by I'revldnnt Hob
ble Put N'cwtnan will be put In ol\nv«t
of the tcnni, I arofoue hns not been
In good .standing hIiicp the Anntln ox
Dallas, Galveston, 1,
Man Antonio, IS; Toniplo, 4.
Hnunlon, «¡ Waco, 3,
Austin,, I; Fovi Worth, o,
BATTLI OF PITCHERS.
During First Nina Innlnga Not a Boor*
^ Waa Saeurad.
In the "National Baaohnll lea«w
gnme at Chicago Monday Brown fot
the locals and Mclntyre for the Brook
lyns pitched so effectively that not n
run crossed the plate. In the tenth
Inning 1 Aim ley <«f Brooklyn put a ball
over th# right field force for a home
run. Chicago In same Inning got twe
runs antl the gamb.
Boston, il; Pittsburg, .1.
Philadelphia, 3: (Cincinnati, 1.
New York, 4: St. T.oula, 3; elaven
flhraveport, 3; New Orleana, t,
lllrmlngham, 4; Montgomery, 2.
Tilt tie Hock, 9: Memphis, 2; eleven
Boston, 4; Cleveland, 3.
«re !, a■ Ai i .
GKNIRAL PICKITT DYING.
Veteran Haa Technically Been a Mili-
tary Prlaoner Forty Years.
Worchester. Maa*„ July 30,—aoner
•1 Josliih Pickett, eighty-four years oh'
and a veteran of the civil war, la bbH
to be dying here, technically a mill'
tary prlaoner. He has been under ar
rest, It la aald, ever since the tiattl'
of Cold Harbor, and declarea he wlb
die under arreat, Pickett waa colone
of 'he Twenty-filth Massachusetts
regiment during the fighting at Cold
Harbor, and In a fit qf anger under
heat or the fight replied roughly tr
General Htannard. hie superior, Tht
latter promptly placod him under ar
rest, Later Pickett waa commended
by Mtannard for gallantry In the Cold
Harbor battle, but record of lila ar
rosf was *ioyor charged, and General
Pickett has been officially under ar
rest for over forty years,
Paya Glowing Eulogy to the Brilliant
New Orleans, July a general
order Issued from the tueadquartor* of
the United Confederal* Veterana herí
Gen Stephen I), I «M general com
mandlng, makes nrriHi^innotincem«nl
of the death of I hi tied ■tales Senator
Kdmund Winston PetSp, who a* n
brigadier general in i| Confedwratr
In reviewing the w.n^^cord of Sen
«tor Pet tus, flen Lee "fn wh'tt
ever action he took C'i^Hbe dl« I- ,f"l
all of Ihose ipiiillilcN '^^Kfo to nia'/c
ti|i n true soldier and leader of
General T,ce hrlng*
dose with a eulory in
dlsposith n, a
friends on •
man who ml
eon versa t
rder to a
re Is no
Peoria, 111, Joly ,-Hoo. W. J.
Bryan, who wag bera Sunday, «aid be
Pas glad at the verdict la tba Hay
id caga, r
fvtl Instruct At
parte to Ikh'i* an
(file trial on the
for Mng lmt>n-
Tiber land frasds
eieol, ill 1,'aite-f
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Sf P fer*h i?
Jy 80 —Constable J,
alt, In Kiowa en on
Dad at his borne
i of IV
i of BL Peters
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ituua MoGrsltun. W J. Mllmo W. R. Tamer
Thru Sleeper to Denver
A New Folder
"Great Lakes and East'
Ask Santa Fe Agent for one or address
\V. S. KEEN AN, O.P-A. Galveston, Texas
M CURB TH* LUNOf
AND ALL THROAT AND
o u arantmed bati8factok
or xonbt refunded.
L^aemgi Itoh (all
ped Faces and
Handa, Bora, "
BOLD AND GUARANTEED EV
CHKRRY BROS, k AKAHD.
Endeavor Being Made to Learn
Meaning of Law.
Galveston, July 30,—Whether or not
the unexpired saloon llcenae under the
old law la valid Is the Rubstance of a
question submitted to Judge J. K. P.
Gillespie on a babeaa corpus proceed-
A. H, Hobaon, doing business at the
northeast corner of Twenty-fifth and
h, was arrested on the charge of pur-
aulng'the occupation Of selling liquor
without a llcenae. Immediately be
applied to tbe Criminal dlatrlct court
for habeas corpus. The matter was
submitted to Judge Gillespie, who had
come down from Houston for the pur-
pose, Pending the decision Hobson
was released under $100 bond.
Advise us promptly if your
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as it should.
We make every effort to
give perfect service, but un-
less subscribers co-operate
by keeping us informed we
cannot give the service re-
Don't be afraid to "kick."
The circulation department
will look after your com-
plaint, and if possible will
supply the miising copies.
Phone 350 or 40b or notify
us by mail.
Citizens National Bsiiir:
Capital and Surplus, $i5o,000.00
O. A. Holland President
C. 0, Barthold Vice-President
J. o. Tucker Cashier
J.P.Owens Assistant Cashier
J. C. Albup Assistant Cashier
W. B. MoCleskey, J. A. Rents,
O. A. Holland, Boyd Porter,
O. 8, White, C. C. Barthold,
J. 0. Tucker.
Oldest Bank West of Dallas.
Nearly forty years continuous servie,
to the oitizens of Weatherford
and Parker County.
BOUND AND GAGGED.
Bold Bandits Bob Mrs. Elliott of Cash
Fort Worth, July 30,—-Two mis-
creants entered the rooming house of
Mrs, Roaa Elliott. Binding a towel
over her face and mouth, tying ber
hands behind her and tying her feet
together, the men secured a diamond
ring valued at |17B, a gold watch, oth-
er Jewelry and $25 In cash and depart-
ed, Her husband found Mrs. Elliott
In this condition unconscious.
S. W Phone 861, a ring*
ton Eureka Street
fB aBaea aaaaaa>B BB
Rings Dyspepsia Tablets
AND STOMACH TROUBLES
Sold by the Weatherford Drag Co.
BAKED TO DEATH.
Searching Bun Too Muoh For the Bell
Baton Rouge, July 80,—Enormous
numbers of boll weevil grubs have
been baked to death by tlje scorch-
ing sun of the pgat two weebs, an-'
cording to the state crop po.it com
mlaslonera' report, 'Phe heat has done
more good than barm fn Loulelma,
killing o many gruba aa to make
prospecta of a fair crop In aectlons
where the outlook was the worst. Tbe
baking of tbe weevil gruba has/ on-
currad wherever the squares have fall*
en out between tbe rows.
Pall Breaka Neck.
Ban Antonio, July 80,—John C. Rob-
erta, Confederate veteran, waa Inatant-1
falling off the seoond-story
was leaning against tb
itreai Hla neck waa
and the Kld-
Sold by the Weatherford Drag Co.
O cachea «be spot,
topa pain. Tho
Iroat Pile Pann-
ed y. Put vp l>\
tubes with rootal
nozsle. 50 oonta.
Sold by the Weatherford Drag Ce.
Acta H*a «
Sold by tbe Weatherford Prog Co.
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Railey, J. E. H. The Daily Herald. (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 169, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 30, 1907, newspaper, July 30, 1907; Weatherford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178154/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.