The Daily Herald. (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 141, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 26, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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J. O. TUCKKR, Cashier
J.*P. OWENS, Assistant Cashier
BARNET HOLLAND, Aaa't Cashier
■ ESTABLISHED 1868
Citizens National Bank
The First National Bank
FROM OVER THE COUNTY
News and Views Sent in by Our Large
List of Correspondents
Millsap News Items.
Special Correspondence to the nerata.
Millsap, Texas, June 25.—The many
howers that have fallen in this sec-
tion during the past ten days have put
corn in some localities in fine condi-
tion. Monday’s rain was lino here and
north of town, but some localities are
needing rain. Jasper Littlefield says
that corn in his neighborhood is lost.
It seems that nature has decreed that
the old method of “cotton and cotton”
must give place to diversification. At
least four failures, or short crops of
corn, is enough to drive the intelli-
gent farmer to plant maize, kaffir,
sorghum and other sure feed crops.
The oat crop here was good and in-
sures much feed stuff.
Next Saturday Millsap citizens will
vote on the question of whether or
not this town shall incorporate under
the commission form of government.
Discussions pro and con are becom-
ing lively and it is impssible just now
to tell which way the election will go.
J. A. Coffman, who has comlucted
!a mercantile business here for some
time, has bought a grocery business
in southeast Fort Worth and took
charge last Saturday.
The Methodist revival, which closed
recently, resulted in sixty-five conver-
jsions and reclamations, with twenty-
isix added to the Methodist church.
|Rev. Bell, assisted by Rev. Walkup of
I Fort Worth, is holding revival servies
at Garner this week.
I John Howell of Fort Worth is visit-
ling his brother, George Howell, of
Weatherford Knights of Pythias to
the number of ten came out last Sat-
urday night and generously and ably
initiated three of our local men into
the mysteries of Knighthood.
The Christian church is this week
receiving the finish of a new coat of
I J. B. Strain is having his house re-
i J. H. Followell and wife lost their
baby last week.
Bethel Local News,
Special Correspondence to tlie nerald.
Bethel, Texas, June 24.—We are
having some hot, dry weather, and
unless it rains soon the farmers will
lose their corn.
Health of the community is very
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Yoorhies of Wea-
therford were in our community Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. N’eal and family
visited Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Salmon
near Irby Sunday.
Miss Florence Neal visited in the
Harmony community the latter part
of the week.
Miss Marie Boone entertained a few
of the young people Wednesday even-
ing from 7 to 10:30. All report a nice
Miss Louie Harrington entertained
her classmates Sunday.
Misses Hattie Farris and Iona Har-
rington, Messrs. Hector McEachin and
Charlie Xarry were guests at R. W.
Banes N'eal was the guest of John
Salmon at Irby Saturday night.
Since starting this letter good show-
ers have begun to fall, and every-
thing is reviving.
L. A. DAVIS, Ass’t Cashier
GEORGE FANT, Ass’t Cashier
W. S. FANT, President
R. W. DAVIS, Cashier
\A. Holland, C. C. Barthold, J. O. Tucker, G. S. White,
hh, Barney Holland, H. O. Barthold.
C. C. Little
Special Correspondence to the Herald.
Harmony, Texas, June 25.—Health
of the community is very good with
the exception of Grandpa and Grand-
ma Brisco, who are quite sick.
We are needing rain here. Corn
will be short on account of no rain,
but cotton is looking fine.
Miss Lena Iieck and Miss Maud
Long of Weatherford were guests of
Miss Reural Pritchard Friday.
Jordan Huddleston and family of
Weatherford visited at L. V. Huddle-
ston’s Saturday and Sunday.
The writer learns of the marriage
of M. C. eKithley and Miss Bedy Mont-
gomery, which event took place Tues-
day at. the home of the bride’s par-
Misses Tempy and Volta Blaekell
entertained several of their friends
Saturday night with cream and cake
in honor of Miss Florence N'eal, is be-
ing her birthday.
WANTED, by a large concern, an of-
fice manager for Weatherford: good
salary, also half of net profits. Re-
quires small cash investment. Boose
heads and curiosity seekers don't an-
swer. For particulars address A. S.
SUPPLY CO., Chronicle Bldg., Hoipp
ly That is a Natural
B the Tension,
’Mother’s Friend, a fjimous external rem-
edy, 1b the only one known that is able to
reach all the different 1 parts Involved. It
WANTED—A good man with small
family to work on farm. Good wages
and milk. Apply to Fred Hammond.
Don't write, come and see me.
•la a penetrating application atter the for-
mula of a noted family doctor, and lut>rl-
cates every muscle, nerve, tissue or tendon
It goes directly to the strained
H^pHlohS’ and gently but surely relieves all
A*-.f tendency to soreness or strain.
By Its dally use there will be no pain, no
•Mistress, no‘nausea, no danger of laceration
/ or other accident, and the period will be one
«f supreme cofafort and joyful anticipation.
To all yoifcg women Mother’s Friend is
tme of the greatest of all helpful intluences,
for it robs childbirth of all its agonies and
dangers, dispels all the doubt and dread,
all sense of fear, and thus enables the mind
and body to’await the greatest event In a
woman’s llfeSWith untrammeled gladness.
Mother’s tlffbnd is a most cherished
v remedy In tnotisands of homes, and is of
*nch peculiar merit and value as to make It
essentially one to be recommended by all
»"»' •. ’Women.
Ton will find It on sale at all drug stores
At $1.00 a bottle, or the druggist will gladly
* get It for you if you insist upon It. Moth-
er’s Friend Is prepared only by the Brad-
fleld Regulator Co., 137 Lamar Bldg., At-
lanta, Ga., who will send you by mall,
wealed, a very Instructive book to expectant
mothers. Write for It to-day.
WANTED—Help at the Eubanks
FOR RENT—September 1st, the store
building occupied by Sadler Furniture
Co., on North Main street.
News From Brook,
special Correspondence to the nerald.
Brock, Texas, June 25.—A nice
shower fell here Monday afternoon,
but not enough to do the corn much
Cotton is growing fast and looks
Mr. Butler of Weatherford lias been
in oul5 community the past week on
O. D. Osborne, our telephone man,
lias purchased a larger switchboard
and everybody is getting good service.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
White, Rat Davis entertained quite a
large number of his friends with an
ice cream supper. All had an enjoy-
Miss Ethel Baker, who is attending
the normal at Weatherford, visited
relatives here Saturday and Sunday.
Ed Etler of Fort Worth visited rela-
tives and friends here Saturday and
The little three months old baby of
Mr. and Mrs. Dozier Parker died Wed-
nesday and was buried in the Brock
cemetery Thursday afternoon at three
Mr. Hoffman and wife of Millsap
were in Brock Tuesday afternoon.)
.Miss Oia Brashears entertained a
crowd of young people Saturday night.
Ice cream, cake and fruit were serv-
ed. Everyone had a pleasant time.
Quite a large crowd of young people
of this place attended childrens' day
exercises at Dennis Sunday night..
Mrs. Josephine Allen and Mrs. Anna
Head of Thurber are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Alien.
A Good Investment.
There is no better Investment than
a fifty cent piece in a bottle of Meri-
tol White Liniment. Muscular and
rheumatic pains, swellings, lameness
and soreness*of the muscles are
promptly relieved. Merltol White Lin-
iment is especially recommended as a
general pain killer of unusual merit
C. S. Alexander & Co.—Adv.
FOR RENT—Rooms for light house-
keeping; partly furnished if desired.
Apply 201 Houston street, or phone
S. W. 132.
BRAND OPERA STAR TO SING AT
FOR SALE—My home on corner of
College avenue and Oak streets. WIU
take one fourth In trade; balance on
easy terms. W. I. CURTIS.
Beal Estate Transfers.
W. C. Me Fa 11 to J. M. McFall, for
$150, lot 7, block 13, Mineral Heights.
A. B. Simpson to Jesse Stapp, for
$75, lot 11, block 24, In Millsap.
C. H. Ellis and wife to I. M. John-
ston and W. A. Johnston, for *175, lot
J. M. Tinsley and wife to G. C. Dar-
nell and wife, for $600, lot 6 and one-
half of lot 5, block 12, Howard & Du-
gan’s addition to Weatherford.
Jacob Garrett to Frank M. Holding,
for $350, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, block 3, in
J. H. Holden et al to J. B. Kearby,
for $500, lots 1, 2, 3, 4. block 3, Spring-
D. S. Wells and wife of Hillsbor-
ough county, Florida, for $3,630.50,
337 34-100 acres in Parker county.
B. F. IJraselton to W. E. Wood, for
$1,750, lot of land for gin stand pur-
James H. Guiles and wife to John
Guiles and R. H. Guiles, for $10,000,
637 acres of Parker county land.
„ Stated meeting of Pheeali
1 Lodge No. 275, A. F. 4k A; ML
▼K Saturday night on or befen
:t, 11111 moon in each month.
IA. C. MacNELLY, W. »
WARD BANKHEAD, Secretary.
A- uicrn i r.
FOR SALE CHEAP—The best all-
round buggy horse in county for fam-
ily or road. T. C. S wofford, 202 Edng
St. Home Phone 58.
IGHT8 OF PYTHIAS.
Lone Star LOddt Ne. &
K. of P., meets every Taee-
/day night. Knights vlaH-
| ing always welcome. Cas-
tle Hall, S. E. cor. square
1 EARL KEARBY, C. •
SLEY, K. R. A S.
Spring Creek News.
Special Correspondence to tne Hereto. "*
Spring Creek, Texas, June 25.—
Health of the community is very good
Hamp Pittillo and family and Mrs.
Kate Shaw went to Balch last Friday
to visit Uncle George Abbott, who is
quite sick. -»
j i Mr. and Mrs. Lovelace have been
visiting relatives in Hood county a
j Rev. Mr. Swofford preached his last
sermon at Pleasant. Point last Sunday,
i George Poston and family attended
church here Sunday.
| Mrs. Waiter Reed and daughter,
Miss Effie, and Miss Stella Mtlburn,
were guests of Mrs. Henry Carter
! Lester Reedy had the misfortune of
losing a fine Jersey cow one day last
| Frank Robertson and family of East
iWeatherford visited relatives here
Saturday and Sunday.
| Tom Pickard, Jr., of Jack county,
is here for a few days visit,
j Mrs. Maud Emmons of Aledo is vis-
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gabe
j Friends of Albert Brisco were sorry
to hear of his death and extend sym-
pathy to the family.
! Mrs. Maud Lanier has returned
'home after staying with her sistrr at
Dicey several weeks.
FOR SALE or TRADE—160 acre* *d-
Joining Millsap, 70 acreB in cultivatkML
to trade for Weatherford property, va-
cant lots preferred. Address G. H.
WILLIAMSON, Millsap, Texas.
FOR SALE—One pony horse, wagon,
harness; one double wagon; one framq
office building, 12x12, two windows,
two doors; all In good shape, for sulu
by H. J BRADFISH. Call at elevator.
& No. 77, I. O. O. r. met*
l: Thursday night In Odd Fellewi
Baal, N. Main street, over WaliosTi
JOHN McMAHAN, N. «.
p - ' WM. HAAS. Secretary.
FOR SALE—1913 model Motor Cyolag
and Motor Boats at bargain prices, all
makes, brand new machines, on — ty
monthly payment plan. Get our prop-
ortion before buying or you will r*»
gret it; also bargain In used Motor
Cycles. Write us today. Enclous
stamp for reply. Address Lock Bog
11, Trenton, Mich.
Every Meritol preparation Is right
or we will make It right. We know
what it contains and we arc person-
ally interested in Its manufacture.
Your money back if you want it. C.
S. Alexander & Co.—Adv.
R. P. Coulter \
Worked Out Ills Colton.
Last Saturday morning, some twen-
ty-two of G. W. Brisco’s neighbors
took advantage of Mr. Brisco’s ab-
sence from borne and assembled at
his place and worked out bis entire
cotton crop. Mr. Brisco had been pre-
vented from working Ids crop on ac-
count of the sickness of his son, Al-
bert, who had a spell of typhoid fever
of three weeks duration, finally caus-
ing his death on Thursday. Mr. Bris-
co and family spent Friday night with
relatives In Weatherford, and when
they returned Saturday found friends
and neighbors had rendered a great
Southwest Corner Square
LOST—Bunch of keys. Finder please
return to Herald office.
LOST—From auto Sunday afternoon,
white Panama hat, with white ribbon
and blue bow. Return to Hotel Mont-
fort for reward.
Moseley & B$rcus
CIVIL LAW AND COLLECTIONS
WOffloe—urer Citizens National Bank
FOUND—Some money. Owner cam
get same by calling at Broom Factory
and paying for ad.
Baber News Notes.
Reed*I Corresponden'-e to the Herald.
Baker, Texas, June 25.—Threshing
is the order of the day. Young & Ro-
land started their machine last week
While the crop is short we hear no
complaining, and everybody seems to
be in good spiirts.
Singing Sunday afternoon was en-
joyed by all present. New officers
w^ye elected as follows: L. M. Pace,
president; Raymond Gibson, vice pres-
ident; Miss Clara Merrlfleld, secre-
D. C. Smith, wife andMode
Smith have returned from their visit
to relatives in Tennessee.
J. O. Armstrong and family, also
Mrs. Smith and, tons of Waples, at-
Temple Appoint* Delegate*.
The following gentlemen have been
by me appointed as delegates to ‘he
Mid-Summer Good Roads Congress to
be held in Corpus Christi, July 16, 11
and 12, 1913, and are each respectful-
ly urged to attend said meeting if in
their power to do so:
Hon. 11. W. Kuteman, J. T. Gotten,
Dr. ft. R. Hanspot, T J. Overmire, J.
P. Gilliland and Jack Holland.
The county commissioners are ex-
officio delegates to said meeting.
T. F. TEMPLE,
* County Judge Parker County.
D. M. Alexander, Jndge A. J. Power <
Man) Texas Counties Without Negress
special, to The Hernia
Washington, D. C., June 24.—Twen-
ty-elgbt counties of Texas are with-
out negroes, according to a census
bulletin issued recently. The coua-
ties are: Armstrong, Bailey, Borden,
Briscoe, Cass, Castro, Childress, Coke,
Cothran, Crane, Crosby, Ector, Floyd,
Gaines, Hansford, Hays, Hockley,
Kimble, Lubbock, Moore, Motley, Och-
iltree, Oldham, Parmer, Randall,
Swisher. Wood and Zapata.
There are thirty-seven other coun-
ties in Texas w hose negro population
is less than five persons. The total
negro population of Texas is 690,649,
17.7 per cent of the total compared
with 620,722, or 20.4 per cent Ot4(jk%
total population In i960.
* Alexander, Power
GENERAL LAWI PRACTICE
NS 1-1 Mala 8t. PI. Worth, To
T. A. Henderson
With Sadler Compaq/ }
Funeral Directoi j
Lady Assistant (or Wooten and Children •,
FRANK J CANNON.
Drug Store* to Close.
We, the undersigned drug stores of
Weatherford, agree to close from 9:45
a. m. Sundays until Monday, to take
effect June 29. 1913, thereby giving
our employees an opportunity to at-
tend the different Sunday schools of
Reynolds Drug Co.
Braselton-Smith Drug Co., per Rea.
R. W. Kind*! Drug Co. |
Cherry-Akard Drug Co.
C. 8. Alexander ft o. •aH™'?|r'
City Drug Co.
Weatherford Drug Co.
A<h>$N$»M$»M MI »»<♦$
Jim FlanMPn’s for the paat several week in attend!
years, dlM Monday and was buried dren ca8e
Tuesday at the Long Creek cemetery. ___
E. L. Amstron’s baby has been if warm we
sick, but is reported better. weary you ma;
Tom Young and wife of Azle came needs cleansing
over in their new auto Sunday for a ters before tb<
visit to bis brother, Joe, at this place, it will put' ti
Will Young is sick this week. bowels in ordei
s}mon Snider visited his grandfath- the heated ten
er jat Fairview Sunday. Co., Weatherfo
Walter Hogue is laid up with a sore nolds Drug ft
kufee, censed by e borne kicking him. agents.
City Auto Transfer Co
RAILEY ft JOHNSON, PROPRIETORS
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
CITY OK COUNTRY CALLSIMAM PROMPTLY
S. W. Phone 94 New Phone, 52
Sulzer has lost his direct primary'
bill In New York. The bosses still
rule la spots.
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