The Daily Herald. (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 105, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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Jnst received a large shipment of Wash Suits in all
sizes and colors—Priced at—
50c, 65c, 75c, to $1.00
Also a big line of Boys’ Knee Pants, in all the new
shades of tans, greys and grey mixtures—Sizes 5 to
18 years—Priced at—
50c, 75c to $1.75
Milburn & Co.
“THE LIVE WIRE STORE
P. g.—Today’s freight brought us another ship-
ment of Misses’ and Ladies’ white Pumps and Ox-„
fords at $1.00, $1.25 to $2.50.
FROM OVER THE COUNTY
News and Views Sent in by Our Large
List of Correspondents
Budget of Aledo News. | Brock Happenings.
Aledo, Texas, May 15. \ou know | <'orrospnndpnce to the Herald,
that Texas can promise more and | Brock, Texas, Mav 13,-Wo are liav-
do less and promise less and do more !ng flnp weather and PVerv onr, VPrv
than any place on the earth. Three! busy in (llpjr praps
weeks ago everybody was dragging j Health of the community is not so
their underlip, and ^specially the farm- good this week. Th,.rp aPe quitP a
ers and stockmen. It looked then like J number who have tho measles and
wheat and oats would not get tali
enough to be harvested, but now after
two good rains have fallen, which
will push the grain wonderfully. The
number who have the
prospects for many more cases.
Mrs. Crock is slowly improving.
The school entertainment has been
vv 111 puou LUC nunucnuu.t. »
farmers now claim they will make a P°stP°Iied 011 account 01 the measles
good half crop or more of wheat and [ 1}ro- was ca**ei* to '>old funeral
oats. Cotfon and corn are doing nice- j services Sunday and did not till his
lv Garden truck is coming to the! appointment here Sunday at 11 o'clock
front rapidly, and everyone is smil-jbut Poached to a large congregation
ing—even the old hens are singing a | 9u"day "ish*'
THE “BIB BUG’’
The "big bug” never gets too big
tor Ross’ "Dead Quick” spray.
Roaches, ants, fleas, bedbugs, mites,
lice, potato bugs and other insects all
■die the moment it is used on them,
also their eggs.
Kills and keeps away mosquitoes.
Its a clean disinfectant. Get the
genuine insect exterminator. For sale
In Weatherford by City Drug Store.
Notiec of Annual Meeting of Stock-
holders and Directors of the Wea-
therford, Mineral Wells & North-
western Railway Company.
Notice is hereby given that the reg-
ular annual meeting of the stock-
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Heal Estate
By virtue of an alias order of sale
issued out of the honorable District
Court of Parker county, on the 12th
day of May A. D„ lt)13, in the case ol
W. T. Ivy, plaintiff, versus W. R.
Young, defendant, No. 4659, and to me,
as Sheriff, directed and delivered, 1
have levied upon this 12th day of .May
A. D„ 1913, and will, between the
hours of 10 o’clock a. m. and 4 p. m„
on the first Tuesday in .tune A. D.
1913, it being the 3rd day of said
month, at the courthouse door of said
Parker county, in the City of Weath-
erford, proceed to sell at public auc-
tion to the highest bidder, for pash in
hand, all the right, title and interest
which defendant W. R. Young, had on
the 12th day of May A. D. 1913, or at
new son i -"’ss Maude Brashears is visiting
, , ! her aunt, Mrs. Clara Warwick of Wea-
H. R. Fawks, a feeder and farmer | ........ ol„t
here, sent off and bought two bushels
of giant pod beans, paying $30 per
bushel spot cash., has them planted ,
and they are already peeping from
claimed that these beans, under good
the sod and growing nicely. Itisj
cultivation and good land, will pro-
duce from 300 to 600 bushels per
acre. They grow from two to four
feet high, about like cotton. The pods ;
h ’ , j will not bo long until we can make all
are from ten to eighteen inches long .
trio ir»o promt 1 up want
Railway Company will be held at its in Vhe emm-
©fflce In the city of Weatherford,
Parker county, Texas, on the 10th day
©f June, 1913, for the election of di-
rectors and for the transaction of
»UCh Other business as may be neces-
sary and proper.
J. W. BOOT, Secretary.
The Daily Herald—Die Per Month.
65 acres of land, situated in the coun-
ty of Parker and State of Texas, about
14 miles S. 19 E. from the town of
Weatherford, patented to W. R. Cross
by patent No. 499, Vol. 12, Abstract No.
2098, and being further described in
a deed from E. L. Armstrong and
wife, N. M. Armstrong, to -W. R.
Young, of date March 1st, 1910, and
recorded in Book....,....... on page............
Records of Deeds of Parker county,
Dr* R. P. Coulter \ \
1 > Taylor Bnilding
Southwest Corner Square <
E. Clyde Whitlockjj
Teacher of Violin
nun Of Wylie, Kansas City.
Bans as, Berlin.
W*grf*8DAYS—Stadlo 8. B. MoQnlnn
1 * - - -- G.W. Btrona ■> ‘
H. L. Moseley
Moseley S Barcus |
Texas, and reference is here made to
said deed and its record for a further
description-of said land.
And whereas, an order of sale was
issued on the 1st day of December,
1911, commanding you to seize and
sell the above described land as un-
der execution, and to apply the pro-
ceeds to the satisfaction of said
judgment, which order of sale was re-
turned by you on the 9th day of Feb-
ruary, 1912, not executed for the rea-
son that on the first day of June, 1912,
the plaintiff, W. T. Ivy, ordered that
((, the land be not sold and that all pro-
ceedings under that order of sale be
Said property, being levied on as
the property of W. R. Young to satis-
fy a judgment amounting to $1,343.88
with 10 per cent interest from Octo-
ber 11, 1911, in favor of W. T. Ivy, and
costs of suit.
Given under my hand this 12th day
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURT®
Civil law and collections
ffOUoc—cyreT Citlzeis National Bank
’of May A. D.1913.
S. S. GILBERT,
Sheriff Parker County. Texas.
| State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
I Lucas County.
Frank .1. Cheney makes oath th&‘
he is senior partner of the firm of F
Ben D. M. Alexander, Judge A. J. Power
K. Bonna Rldgway
< ' A Dawop V aforesaid, and that said'firm will paj
;; Alexanaer, rower i ;thP sum of one. hundred dod
jj, Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and Stat*
I therford, who is quite sick with mea-
| Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Allen, also Mrs.
] Kate Allen, went to Mineral Wells
| Sunday, Mrs. Kate Allen remaining
| for a number of days.
Mr. Ragle is in our community tak-
ing pictures again.
| Mr. Jim Brock is building an ice
I house for J. W. White. We think it
and the beans are about the size of
an egg. Now I do not mean to say
large as geese eggs, but. I mean bird
eggs. They are a snow white and
are a wonder, said to be a fair table
bean when soaked before cooking—
and the eyes taken out, but they are
grown principally for stock feeding.
1 have thirteen of them planted,which
are up and growing nicely, off of
which I expect to make enough to run
mine through the winter. Fawkes al-
ways has an eye out for something
that is double extra good.
This little town has an auto craze.
Ben Young, Clyde Emmons, Martin
Jones, Sam Grey, and Martin Rey-
nolds have all new machines and can
be seen out every day learning how to
drive these machines. Martin Rey-
nolds took a spin up to Anneta in his
a few evenings ago and when he re-
turned I noticed the whole snout of it
was knocked off. lights and all, and
one exle badly bent. I inquired of
him what all that meant and he re-
plied: Alex Chapman’s store got In
his way, but he failed to knock it
clean off the earth, but is going to try
it one day soon.
Our school here closed May 3d, we
had three nights program. On Thurs-
gave their piano and expression re-
day, May 1, Misses Jones and Vincent
cital. Friday evening embraced the
primary and intermediate exercises
and a play "Out In the streets,” given
by the juniors and seniors.
Monday evening commencement ex-
ercises were held. We had four grad-
uates and everyone enjoyed their es-
says and orations. Reverend Gaskins
presented diplomas'to the following.
Misses Rubye Young and Gertrude
Medford, Messrs. Joe Todd and Homer
The three lady teachers, Misses
Hurst, LaNoice and Ivita Smith, left
Tuesday morning for their respective
homes. We expect, them hack soon
for a visit in our midst.
Miss Mollie Sanders returned hojn<>
from Garner last Saturday, wlmir ■
she iiad been leaching.
Misses Mae Hood. Lucile Wo'Tij'-r
and Guia Poole drove to Weatherford
last Friday and reported a pk-aaan
day “sight se< ing,”
Janies Simpson and wife have mnv-.l
the ice cream we want
.1. W. White attended the missionary
and educational rally at Millsap Sun-
The Buckner and Henhristle ball
teams played here Saturday afternoon.
The score was 15 to 3 in favor of Hen-
Mr. Harrio Hanes visited his sister,
Mrs. Oscar Osborne, of this place, Iasi
Notice—The Brock entertainment
has been postponed Indefinitely on ac-
count. of measles being in the com-
munity. I. A. WARWICK.
Baker Items and Notes.
Special Correspondence to the Herald.
Baker, T&cas, May 13.—A number of
farmers are having to plant their cot-
ton over, since the recent heavy rains
caused the ground to pack until it is
impossible to get a stand. The grain
crop is going to be a very light yield,
although it is much better than would
have been before the rain.
Mrs. Bunting, of Spring Creek, vis-
ited tier children here last week, and
her little granddaughter, Nona Young,
returned home with her for a visit.
J. N. Ellis and wife visited at Wa-
There will be a working at the old
Long Creek graveyard next Saturday.
Everybody is invited to attend, espec-
ially those interested. The men are
requested to bring tools to work with,
while the ladies are to bring dinner
and spend the day cleaning off and
We are sad to report the death of
Rev. Oscar Holford, who departed
this life last Saturday evening at 3
o'clock and was buried at the Long
Creek cemetery Sunday at 3 p. m.
Oscar was raised here and was loved
by all who knew him. He had spent
the last few years'of his life as a min-
ister and singer in the Methodist
Methodist church, and while it seemed
that he was taken too young, as he
was doing a great work for the mas-
ter. The one who iloetli all things
well did not think so. and called him
up higher to enter into that haven of
rest that awaifs all the redeemed.
We cannot help speaking a word of
praise for Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Parkin-
son, who gave him a home and did all
that loving hands could do in tho last
few months of his suffering. May the
Lord reward them.
Mrs. Ol lie I fen fro and Mrs. Birdie
Kelley, of Weatherford, attended the
funeral of their brother, Oscar Hol-
ford. Mrs. Renfro was attending his
bedside for several weeks.
Ha* a large Circle of Listeners WboFfoft
it by Her Wisdom and Experience,
In almost any settled community
a grandma who knows Mother’s
Mot only is she reminiscent
of her 00%
experience, but it was through her reconk
mendatinn that so many young, expectant!
mothers derived the comfort and blessing
of this famous remedy. ,
Mother's Friend Is applied externally t9
the abdomen, stomach and breasts, allay*
all pain, avoids all nausea, and prevent*
caking of the breasts.
It Is quickly and wonderfully penetrating,
permits the muscles to expand without to*
strata on the ligaments, and prepares the sys-
tem so thoroughly that the crisis Is passed
almost without the slightest distress. Thu*
there need he no such thing as dread or fear.
No better nor more cheering advice can
be given the expectant mother than to au#»
gest the use of Mother’s Friend. She will
IT’S V MISTAKE
Made by Many Weatherford
Many people in a misguided effort
to get rid of kidney backache, rely on
plasters, liniments and other make-
hifts. The right treatment is kidney
treatment and a remarkably recom-
mended kidney medicine Is Doan's
Kidney Pills. Weatherford is no ex-
The proof is at your very door. The
following is an experience typical of
the work of Doan's Kidney Pills In
T. J. Patterson, plumber, 535 E. Eu-
reka St., Weatherford, Texas, says:
"For five or six years I had had at-
tacks of kidney trouble. My hack be-
came so had at times that I was laid
up for two or three weeks and the
kidney secretions were also Irregular
and painful in passage. Dizzy head
aches were frequent and my rest at
night was broken. Doan’s Kidney
Pills corrected all thl? trouble and 1
have had no occasion to use a kidney
medicine during the years that have
since passed. You are at lihery to
continue the publication of ray former
endorsement of this remedy.
For sale by all dealers Price 59
cents. Foster-MUburn Co, Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Fnlted
Rememlter the name—Doan’s—and
take no other.
take courage from the beginning. The day*
will be cheerful, the nights restful. Thu*
the health Is preserved, the mind Is 1*
repose and the period Is an unending on®
of quiet, Joyful anticipation.
You can obtain Mother’s Friend of *ny
druggist at $l.u() a bottle. Do not forget
nor neglect to be supplied with this greatest
remedy ever devised for motherhood. It l*
unfailing. Write at once to Bradfield Begtt*
la tor Co., i:i:i I.atnar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.,
for their very Interesting and lnstructlv®
book of advice for expectant mothers.
The Hair Grower Now Sold In Vnier-
Ica on Money Baek Plan.
It’s a mighty good thing for tho wo-
men of America that Parisian Sage
can now be obtained In every town of
No preparation for the hair has
done so much to stop falling hair and
eradicate dandruff and make women’s
hair beautiful as Parisian Sage.
Parisian Sage is the only certain
destroyer of the dandruff microbe
which Is the cause of 97 per cent of
These pernicious, persistent and de-
structive little devils thrive on the
ordinary hair tonics.
Parisian Sage is such an extraordi-
nary and quick acting rejuvonator
that Cherry-Akard Drug Go., who Is
the agent In Weatherford, guarantees
it. to cure dandruff, stop falling hair
and itching scalp in two weeks or
It Is a magnificent dressing for wo-
men who desire luxuriant, lustrous
hair that compels admiration.
And a large bottle of Parisian Sage
costs only 50 cents at Cherry-Akard
Drug Co. andleading druggists all
News from Vnneta.
Anneta, Texas, May 14.—Mrs. Ly-
man McGill and children of Garner
spent three days the latter part cf the
week witih relatives in Annetaa.
Gordie Foster, who has been work-
ing for some time In Anneta, is spend-
ing a week wiitli relatives here.
Tom Smith of Creason, visited In
the community Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. -■*aiitih who came in
from Tennessee last Sunday to visit
their children, are spending ’his week
with their .laughter, Mrs. N. 0,
Miuses Dora and Ruth Hounsel of
Weatherford, spent Sunday In An-
A. S. Chapman made a trip to
Weatherford last Monday to *ee the
News from Tolo.
Special Correspondence to the Tleraffl. •
Toto, Texas, May 15.—Farming i*
the order of the day.
From all appearances cotton chop-
ping will soon he in full progreu.
The stork visited our little villkg*
about the fourth, and presented to
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vardiman a fin*
Mrs. Ed Torbet and Joe Hart of
Springtown, attended churuch hart
Sunday was decoration day at th*
Central cemetery, quite a number from
Toto were present.
Misses Mamie and Virgle Leftwtch
attended the working of the-Harmogy
Bring your children to u* for hilt
cutting. KING & DYER.
LARS for each and every case of Ca-
tarrh that cannot be cursed by the
7 use of HALL’S CATARRH CURE.
GENERAL LAW. PRACTICE «, W \\K I CHFNEY
1-1Msin St. Ft. Worth, Texas f : KA.NK. I. LMt-.'.i-i.
i 1 hss.n a ®,j Sworn to before me and'subscrlbe:.
fcoW-f-***®-M**4in my presence, this 6th day of D->
■-— comber, A. D. 1586.
____________i (Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
“ 1 Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken inter
T. A. Henderson
With Sadler Company
U© AMl«taet for Women and Children
^HbOTH PHONES- Day and night.
£ nully and acts directly upon the b!ooc
i and mucous surfaces of the system
t jSead for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
. I Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall’s Family Piils for consti-
The Daily Herald—10c Per Month.
• The First National Bank ;
r*' ___________ ^ 4
L. A. DAVIS, Au’t Cashier
GEORGE FAIT, Ass’t Cashier.
W. S. FAHT, President
~ DAVIS. Cashier ^ ^
from Garner t > Aledo, and ar* nov
domiciled in the Hi!dr«-’h r*-:jid* m-
!r is rumored that !»>'• exp-ets k>
business here soon.
Mrs. 1 .• vis leaves today for
Mexico to visit relatives and may !e
gone several months.
Pen Young and wife left. ■es*,-! i«;
in their new antoned'iib' f'r Cor’ei.-
Cbristl. and expert to he gone sev-
Yesterday morning one wagon, sev-
eral 1.UL'gies and one auto, w> re milled
into s rvice and a merry crowd took
a day’s outing on the creek Among
the crowd were Mm.es. Collins, John-
ston, Medford, Milburn, Underwood,
Gainer and Emmons: Misses Medford.
Wocrncr, Rubye Youtjg. Mayme Rick-
ard. Charlton Milburn and Gula
Poole; Messrs. Johnston, Will Davis,
, John Yeary, Jim Vestcr, Wade Bland,
damp Medford and Guy I-asater
Lunch and dinner were served under
shady trees near the creek Ice cream
and cake were served before they re-
turned to Aledo. Kodaking, games
and fishing were indulged in during
the day. This affair wound up with
a card party at Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
______ _____i, Otar BmmNm Uta’t Cm.
The worst cases, no nutter of bow ton® standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Bethel Short I.ochN.
Bethel. Texas, .May 15 — ’Health o!
‘ j ihe community is not ’• ■■■ry good.
’ | Mr. and Mrs. Will McQueen's hah-,
i has h>'o|! _qu;ie si< k. hut is Stine Ixd-
1 R. H Boone and family visited a’
j.; :: I'ol lard's Sunday,
j Mi;.-- Ru -ral Pre-hard was the guea’
j,,f Miss Elsie Howard Gin:
Children's Day Nor’- ices- will he held
jon th- first Sunday In Jun". Every on
1 is cordially invited.
W. Davis and family attend'”!
'Hinging at Weatherford Sunday.
Miss Elsie Howard of Harmony, at-
tend'd Sunday school here Sunday.
Charley Harrington and family vis-
ited in Weatherford Sunday.
It \Y Neal and wife w.-r«- the guests
of Will Withers and family Sunday.
Miss Gladys Withers has been very
ill with tonsilitis.
Monroe Montgomery and wife at-
tended singing at Weatherford Sunday.
Mrs Cal I-ong and daughter. Miss
Hester, are recovering from the
W. K. Neal is suffering very much
with sciatic rheumatism.
Mrs. J. M. Kayser visited in Bowie
Mrs. Bob Harrington visited Mrs
Will McQueen one afternoon la»t
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kincaid of Weath-
erford visited Mr. and Mrs. John Buck-
Spring Creek News.
Spring Creek, Texas. May 15 —After
a short delay, will come again.
Plowing corn and replanting cot-
ton seems to be the rushing jobs for
our farmers now.
Wheat and oats are looking very
well, but some think they will he con-
siderably short to bind at cutt'ng
Du:--’:, who !
W.'ke:’;; pl.-.c. In repor
In . n •. > rv si' k d r oc '5.■
WILL OFFER THE USUAL
VERY LOW RATES
U. C. Y. Reunion
A rare chance to visit the great
; atticof Lookout Mountain,
iirchani Knob, Missionary Ridge,
Porter’s Antiseptic Healing OIL
Paiaaad Ccala at the aaaia U
A good time
g OIL It ftntrw p , |____ij.||'
time, sc.aoc.fi4o Cm»p • tonight
Shifter had a
failure la.-r -
m ikes th** r! ir I
oase on him, ar,
cltemeiif and o\<
. Recollect the
SPECIAL THROUGH CARS
THE QUICKEST LINE
CHOICE OF THREE ROUTES
' rap’ of
as ' aus
aid folks’ singing" at
next Sunday, and
please also, don't forget the dinner
See T 4 i‘. Railway Age0j* forfeit per-
il- ti x-» or write
A. D. BEIL
AsMsUit Gen'I Passenger Aft.
GEO. D. HU*TH
General Passenger Agent
Why Salves Can’l Core Eczema
Since the old-fashioned theory of cur-
ing eczema through the blood has been
given up by nclentlats. many different
salves have been tried for skin disetues.
But it has been found that these salves
only clog the pores and cannot penetrate
to the inner skin below the epidermis
where the eczema germs are lodged.
This—the quality of penetrating—
probably explains tho tremendous suc-
cess of the well known liquid eexerrfe
remedy, oil of wtntergreen. thymol, gly-
cerine, etc., as compounded in D.D.D.
Prescription. ... .,
We have sold other remedies for skin
troubles but none that we eaa mamma
mend as highly as this for we know th*|
D.D.D. stops the Itch at once. W® ea* _
give you a trial size bottle for SS C**t*
that will be enough to prove it
Of course all other druggist® h*v*
to them It
il itsl a
C. 8. ALEXAlfDEB * 00,
D.D.D. Prescription—go to them it you
can’t ceme to us—but don’t accept NM
big profit substitute.
But if you come to our store, w® ar*
so certain of what D.D.D. will do for yo*
that wo offer you a full slse ■“
this guarantee:—If you do not
It ta3m® away tho Itch AT C
costs you not a cent
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