The Weekly Herald (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 3, 1922 Page: 8 of 10
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“The Principles of
MILLSAP ELATED OVER SOUTHSIDE SINGING
onrcree rnuiiiiuirv CONVENTION REPORT
SUCCESS COMMUNITY I
MEETING LAST WEEK
the Knights of the
Ku Klux Klan”
Millsau Texas. Aug 3.—Millsap ih
WILL BE THE SUBJECT OF AN ADDRESS BY
cH*s . r-
W. A. Hamlett, D. D.
PASTOR FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, AUSTIN. TEXAS
tended the set. together' meeting
last Tuesday night when the local
Chamber of Commerce elite rained
their neighbors and friends together
with several hundred trom Weather-
fo d and surrounding towns. As the
Herald gave us such a splendid write-
up iastweek . it is needless for
me to say more. We enjoyed the
visit and good expressions of each
pet son present and especially do we
thank th‘ Weatherford Municipal
The Soutbside Singing Convention
met with the class at Aledo, Sunday.
July 3d. for its regularly scheduled
THE'MOST COMPLETE PRESCRIP-
TION CASE AND THE LARGEST
STOCK OF DRUGS IN THE CITY
very proud of the success which at- convention and enjoyed one of Its
most successful sessions.
The house was called to order by
L. M. Pace- Presiden. and the day
was started in the good old fashion,
ed way, by singing two good, lively
songs under the direction of the pres-
The Rev Mr. McCree invoked the
blessings of the day upon the con-
vention after which a program com-
mittee was appointed. The commit-
tee was composed of the following
gentlemen A J.
THE FILLING OF PRESCRIPTIONS IB GIVEN SPECIAL
ATTENTON HERE—PROMPTNESS. ACCURACY
AND A REASONABLE CHARGE.
—Regardlega of which physician prescribes, the prescrip,
tion can be filled here on short notide, by a-registered phar-
macist of many years standing.
Baud alia the other entertainers. Maples and Tom Glass. While the
They were great. Come again. Our
local men are to be congratulated
upon their big success,
A big crowd atttended the all-day
meeting Sunday at the new Chris-
tian tabernacle. Bro. Claude Me.
Clung of Fort Worth preached Sat
urday night, Sunday at 11 a. m and
committee was framing a program,
several good selections were ren-
During the mornings program the
following singers directed the con.
vention in two choruses each: W.
J. Wehunt and Mr. Nichols. One
class song was directed and a male
WE INVITE THE PEOPLE OF PARKER COUNTY TO
COME IN AND 8EE US SATURDAY AND FIRST
MONDAY, OR ANY OTHER DAY,
FOR THAT MATTER.
—We are always at your service and welcome you as
visitors. A cool, breesy place, with plenty of chairs and
8 p. m. He is a aPrker county boylqUa,tei was arranged by Arnold
and is a forcible speaker. We en-|rrlbeon This was
joved his services and invite bimj0f (be program for the morning ses-
back. Visitors were present fromiB,0n after whlch the convention ad-
Friday Night, Aug. 11
Fort Worth. Dallas, \\eatherlord. jjoumed and made ready for the
Mineral Wells. Gr&nbury, Brock, Ben^g^t d|nner
uetts. Santo. Aledo, Garner, Spring-j need not be sajd tbat ,be djn.
town and all nearby communities. Ajner wag an excellent one and was
bountiful supply of ice water andjenjoyed by a„ of th„ visitlnK ging.
d<sner was enjoyed. We enjoyed erfl
Everybody Cordially Invit-
ed, Especially the Ladies
the visitors. Come again.
Bro. Claude Keie, wife and son-
of Bartlettt are visiting his mother
and enjoyed the Sunday services.
Mrs. Dwight Hittt entertained the
Blue Bonnet Club, Wednesday from
3:00 to 5:00 p, m. Two hours was
spent very pleasant^ with our fan.
cy work and chat ' Daihty refresh
meats were served * Roll call will
After dinner the house was again
called to order by Mr. Pace, who
conducted two good selections. The
afternoon program started off in
good order after a sharp repremand
from the president to the visiting
singers who were falling to do their
part in the singing.
Two choruses were directed by
jeacli of the following: Dan McKinsey,
be answered at next meeting (with j R j. Kains M N Prichard W H
Miss Kaye i.ewis) *ri>b a favorite Samsll, A j Wehunt and’ Arao|(j
recire. Each membrn . €r(ng paper jGU)gon ,f berame evJdent that the
Baker Local Newt
Baker, Texas, Aug. 3—Marketing
One of our poplar young
time was too limited to allow each
water melons seems to be the order
of the day.
Jotw Harmon. W. M. Gib^.n.
. singer two songs each as the pad
jc ; wire becoming more numerous
mday evwhg, a n^,.changed her ' onte;iu<>tltly |he following ,eaders
name from Miss Lola Patmon to!0,„y dlrectw, one „„,.us
Mrs. Jimmie Salsbury. The Krooni w v Sml-i. Bern- Wehunt
Ballew Springs item*
Uallew Springs. Texas, August 2.—
We are having a great revival meet-
ing, conducted by Rev. J. W. Isbell
and W, H. McQueny, as preachers
MX* Itorv7 Spear "and Hemy Tankerslev wi,h Pro' Hulgier. and Mrs. Bertha | has been employed by The Palacem. poyT. N cm well Tw ,
loaded another cm* at the switch Howard- ducting the song service. D'Ug Co. of Mineral Wells, but will t.,.liru,e(l each were conducted by T
• ,. Dnilnw CfXM<nm< hIm.Iw. *!«■> »tal» I BAW hi* <1 CCItOin t 0,1 U lt ll 1>io u(on
I* v. fat calves, yesterday.
Ballew Springs singing class visit-1now be associated wit^i his step c E1|iott, L M Paoe R j Rafng
ed the Garner class. Sunday and j father in the drug business at Fort!
V-lfijrand Pauline Snider attended the and Mi98 Glad>8 Ro<*ers of Mineral [ranks as a faithful n,ember and sec-j T„e roI,dWiu? ,.wlul|m were
5*. . _ . ... ... _ I «I1m visit erf -I ft Rureh anti familv Wetary. • .....
Lute Martin shipped a bunch of ed lne uarner ciash' Bunda> ann *"us UU8,,,”S rurliand Arnold Cibson also a solo bv
spent a pieasantafternoo n insing .^orth ller many lrlends extend w H j,amg,n intergp<J1.ged lhe
ing. ;bm wishes Tim Bluebonnet Club ular c,gg8 slal(illlf
Mr. Goodman of Kaufman county [members will miss her, from their mentg
f. 'L,, M. Pace and family. R. J
tit appropriate mo
Rains and family and Misses Neoma
■^aloglng bonventlon at Aledo. Sunday ja,,*jv,*Red J,,C- Burch and family.[r**[ac>- _ ^ w v teli L 'read and adopted by the convention:
I Mr. and Mjs, Melvih' Tierce apd
the sick list | children. Miss Nona P6e, Mr and
im county where he has been sing; ,his . ” jMrs- W,U Baxt€r' Mr- ^ Mr*' Joe
H. H. Holder, a small boy, came .Baxter of Fort Worth, and Mrs.
***** * n,ce ttme-
i>... A. J. Smith returned Monday from
Mrs. Ballard is on
W'e the committee on resolutions,
beg to offer the following resolutions
of appreciation to the kind benevo-
«: for meetings. H “ “oldei'. a «“a" •>«>• came-axter oi ton won, ana mrs. ,ent pwple of A|edo u.hen<i)l( „
■K V ’ ‘ The proWed meeting begins at neai droWdf"« ***• Sunday., of Weatberiord. mdtor- jg H6)dom „la, we have hi
Mm Hall, Sunday Pastor Davis He was re8Cued ** Jack Evana who ,e<l here Sunday for the services. >Re of meetinp an<| |u
vdoia# the preaching. was sinking the third time. Parents' Mr. and Mrs. 11. B Moran and s,nfdnR ol i<Brred son„s, oi e ron
- > >T^toa Pauline Snider spent Sunday should not a,low sman bo>’8 in B Jr* ,0t Dalla8' vaoaUon munity with another and whereas
K Miss Francis Barton> or Wes deep water wlthd«‘ older 0dP9 °‘ the,r pan‘n,.s- we have never mot with u commun-
therford. protect them. - Mrs Oscar BeUengir is on joy ing; ky t,.nl „„ ^ monj
Bill Wilson and family of Young Thr *el1 on ,,le Soward laDd' * 781 ,,, *' r° ^ Bt ™ y and hospitable to the visiting sing-
county, came in Tuesday for a visit l18 8,1,1 dowa wi,h showOj while little Miss Mary Ellen spends m Thei.eforo ^ ,t res0,ved thaf
to his mother. Mrs. F. M Wilson. 1,l«8 «' '’il "> ,d wake upi ", T* n l oT KrandPRf“t8* ^we, the visiting members of the
" Virgil Smith' and Mi Day of HOme morniUK wi,h a ^ °‘l «ell|and Mrs F Htevens of Peaater.
WM*K' dearfork. visited a. D. C. Smith's ut <'t" lr0dt d00'- Mr’ nnd Mr8' VurT^ Rookp,t ,
mm Mmtw. 1 Jim Maddox killed a fat steer last j 1'anHne. and inottlier, Mrs j
BHjfcc We are sorry to report the death iweek< and divided “ oul frce Miivphy of Cedar Hill, and
of lira Pearl Duckworth (nee Miss i'4* nfti*hborH- °Mdon' ^
■F , .FMirl Harrow) whose death occurred Mls8 VerB-1»“M H,cphens "f Mia- ^"xahachie. motor, d here Wodnes.,
Br «| Galnsvllle She having lived in eral Wells J* uncle, ;daV to «»"«• Mrs A
■Pfrl'.tMa part of the country lor several Henry 0wen8 and fam,1> this "c<!k
| Soutbside Singing Convention, do
j hereby tender out heartfelt thanks
to the good people of Apdo for the
hospitality dealt ns at their hands
Whereas, our stay with them has
\ yrttrs and has many friends who
will regret to hear of her death
III District Court
Pinehant They were accompanied
been a very short one. it has never
home by their cousin, Mrs. Ida Minor.
! theless been a most enjoyable one
Mr and Mrs. Jesse Greer of Fort
idue to the friendly spirit and hos
Saturday to visit
y' ... n . , ,, _ L. P. Utigdon VS W. A Clark, suit!Worth came in
- her hLe*to Clarksville *** *’ for m prsse.slon. [her kar.-Dls. J|r. aM Mrs. X* Adam-
■;••• Atlas Rollon anil la,nil, Moody. n. f llro.der ha, anaeanoe., tha, ""
k*-® here for a visit to relatives.
Simon Snider of Dicey,
; nitality, especially the bounteous
lie will discontinue bis confectionery
of the special song work at the
Christian tabernacle Sunday. Charlie j
i dinner prepared by the ladies, there-
Be it further resolved lliat the
ladles are In addition to the forego-
Mrs. J. ^ Armstrong and chlidren ; and candy manufacturing business j 777 m compa7ed "177 homlTfor I exl<inded our sincere «PPrecia-
Of center Point visited her mother at the northeast corner of the square ja week's visit 'ti0“ for the P,eParation and serving
at J. N. Ellis, Sunday.
on September 1. He has not yet de
A sweet baby boy canie July 311
of these delicious edibles
M . . . Mfc spentt cided as to the line of business in j ,0 blugH the hon„. of Mr and Mrs
Monday n'ght with bis parents, here, j which he will engage.
R. J. RAINS.
Poolvipe New* Note* jOLD SETTLER OF HORSE
PoolviJle, Texas. Aug. 2.—The not. SHOE BEND PASSES AWAY
dry weather continues and we would' -
highly appieciate a good rain and: Mrs. Jennie E. Walker, one of the
cooler weather. We watch the'oldest residents of Parker county.
passing clouds with anxious soiici-, who died at the home of her brother,
tude but they pass us by, refusing' Charles S. Poland, at Arlington last
io give us the much needed rain., Thursday, was brought overland and
Stock water Is getting scarce and burled in the cemetery at Horseshoe
pastures are drying up, and we can
not help being a little pessimistic,
especially during these hot days.
Bend, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Wal-
ker was 82 years of age. She la
survived by her step son, Willie Wal
The election passed off quietly. A ker, and her brother, Chas. S. Po-
fa'i' vote was polled and as we did land-
not in every case, get our choice, as' Mrs. Walker Is the widow- of Cap.
good Democrats w-e will vote for the tain W. J. Walker, who died about
other fellow's choice ■ twenty years ago. They- came to
C. E. Fanner and suis, Ramon this county just before the dawn
nad Kuga , of Jefferson, are visiting the year 1880, and settled at what
in lathei. R. F Stone and family. is now Horseshoe Bend. At the time
Dr. McConnell and family of cool °f his death. Captain Walker owned
Colorado, spent last week visiting!All of Horseshoe Bend and had over
1,000 acres of land in cultivation.
friends and relatives here.
Rev. Fied Puryear assisted by j The grounds now occupied bv the
Rev. XI. E. Weaver, of Weatherford,! 8Chool house and the cemetery were
arc conducting a series of meetings,donated by Captain Walker,
at the tabernacle. There have been! -----
seveial professions and a ims add'- j SCHOOL PATRONS DESIRING
tlons to the church. Large crowds
have been in attendance at most
Loyd Stone of Breckenridge, stop,
ped over a few days to visit his
TO TRANSFER TO WEATHER.
MUST DO SO BY AUG 1.
The school children who reside out
of the city limits who desire to trahs
lather and family on his way hot'iejfer to the Weatherford schools, will
from Hot Springs. Arkansas
Robertson News Item*
Robertson, Texas. Aug. 2- Ira
Pope, who sustained a broken arm
last week is reported to be getting
Mrs. Fannie Martin who has been!
visiting relatives in Fisher county,
has returned home.
Several from this place attended
have to do so before August 1 Those
who desire to transfer will have to
make the arrangements with V I1
Craven, county superintendent.
BLOWS HORN AT MIDNIGHT
Parties residing In the neighbor-
hood of where Lee crosses Alamo
street, wondered what caused the
the cream supper at Mrs. Annie Cog. j incessant honking of an automobile
bunrs, Saturday night. All report
a nice time.
Martin Slevens who has beei, at
horn Thursday night, and some were
inclined to believe that an automo-
bile tbeft was being attempted. No-
Graford working, is again with ho ne thing of the kind. The honker con-
Buell Bradley, who is working at
Breckenridge. has been visiting vrtlh
home folks for the past few days
Miss EtUel Stevens was the guest
ol Leona Martin, Friday evening.
Sunday is our regular Binging day.
Every one, is invited to come and
help us out
|nectlons on the car belonging to
'Fred G. Rand were loose end tn
some manner caused a short about
midnight and continued to honk un.
t*l Mr. Rand went out and remedied
the trouble. However it was noH
remedied enough and again „t one
o’clock set up another bowl and
continued to blow until Mr Rand
dlaconnerted the spark.
Word has been received by the
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY ON
Com* r Hawkins of Caddo, at the)
of its •Rtundpiiients, Mr. and!
Moran. -Daddy” Comer
Mrs. A O.
can be tracked by l,rs -importan.' C,“" t0 “Sk tor the next ronv‘‘n'l°n
looking” steps, ile will recover
j Mr. aril Mrs. A| Baker and cliil-
jdren of Uolitester. we e here Sun-
|d«y and arc now visiting her mother,
j Aunt Mary lame.
j Miss Bernice Peters lias been en-
j tertalning Misses CUtfie Lasuter ami
W. H. Bowden and family, Lon
Bowden and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
ARNOLD GIBSON, j Nichols of Cleburne. Floyd Bowden Herald of the death of Hall Erwin,
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bow-
den and Mr. Bradshaw, returned this
morning from a three days’ camp
on the river
Baker School House was the only
| to be held fifth Sunday in October
and of course was selected by a nice
showing of votes.
CUFF COLLIER AND FAMILY
ARRIVE FROM PLAINVIEW
—COME HERE AND SEE THE NEW DIAMOND
CORD! The greatest thing Diamond has ever
done—the greatest Tire we have ever seen—at
the LOWEST PRICES EVER MADE.
Mr and Mrs. Cliff Coliter and
Lucilli Vinsiuu oi Aledo. The young-1 son. arrived yesterday from Plain.
er set enjoyed a party at her home view and Mrs. Collier and son will
Friday night in ibeir honor.
We are still hoping for rain Crops
are about burned up. This dust on
the highway is getting worse and
remain in Weatherford and the boy
will attend schorl during the winter.
The high altitude of the Plains coun-
try was not very beneficial to Mrs.
worse It is almost unendureabl ond Collier’s healih Cliff stated that
we wonder \\hv such line dust was
placed on it It lias been blown off
on homei until another coat will
have to be placed before the asphalt
can be placed. Grave) was needed
Mr. Patillo likes the western country
fine and that good crops exist, al-
though cotton is rather late. Mr.
Collier and Mr Pjtillo, W. W. Dendy
and others who reside in that sec
j Lilt this awful (lust of ashes can i tion are all steady readers
f never do any good.
[Herald and complimented the paper
Mrs. M. D. Plum lee. Mr and Mrs.: very much on the complete and
M L. Tierce chaperoned the Juniors!comprehensive report of tie ,-ity
son of W. A. Erwin, Sunday after-
noon at Corsicana. Interment will
be made at Amarillo, Tuesday after-
noon, aeioidlng to lhe report.
cn a hay ride, Thursday night
, repoit a nice time.
! Misses Pauline and Hussel Upton
i of Fooivllle were here for Tuesday
I night's picnic. * .
All and county news.
Mr. and Mrs. Asher Johnson left
Sunday for Bo-well, Okla., for a!
few days visit with relatives.
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