The Daily Herald. (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 105, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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C. E. WALDROM & SONS
Tonight and Friday,
showers Friday and cooler.
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Prices Range $1.00 to $5.00
Vacation time will be
here soon and you will
need a nice Parasol
now is tlio time to get
that Parasol. We are
showing the new ones
this week which have
just arrived—you will
perhaps need a certain
color that will match
your dress. See them
while they are new—a
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C. E. WALDROM & SONS
New Home Being Built.
Mias Lizzie Hamilton in building a
hew home on Elm street.
1. 0. 0. F. Meet# Tonight.
Weatherford Lodge No 77, I O. O.
F., meets tonight in regular session.
Company is Kept Busy.
The Frantz Standard Buckle Co., of
Weatherford Is kept huay filling its
orders for buckles.
Cottage to Be Occupied.
The new cottage being erected by
J. T. Gotten on Elm street is nearing
completion, and when finished will be
occupied by -Mr. and Mra.-
Repairs Are Being Made.
Carpenters are now at whrk mak-
ing some needed repairs on the par-
sonage of the First Methodist church.
Carter Residence Nearly Hone.
The new residence being built by
T. 9. Carter is nearly completed. It
Will cost when finished, about 11,500.
The Methodist Women
Of Coots Memorial church will serve
cream and cake at E. A Camp's resi-
dence on North Main street Thursday
night, May 15.
To Put ou Second Story.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Martin are pre-
paring to put on a second story to
their residence. Mrs. Martin is study-
ing plans and Mr. Martin is getting
things in shape.
W. i). Walker went East this morn-
Joel Raborne went to Fort Worth
Miss Addie Penning is home from a
visit to Dallas.
.Miss Ina Kuteman is spending the
day in Fort Worth.
ii. B. Justice went to Aledo this
morning on business.
Noah Kerby went to Bennett this
morning on business.
Dr. J. P. Webster went to Alabama
Wednesday on a visit.
Mark Putman and W. E. Richards
went to Cresson Wednesday.
Joeseph Dreayer is spending the day
in Mineral Wells on business.
A. H. Oiernsbacher went to Fort
Worth this morning on business.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Russell are
spending the day in Fort Worth.
D. C. White and C. B. Cook went to
Cleburne this morning on business.
J. D. Newberry of Millsap was in
the city Wednesday and Thursday.
G. W. Brock of Mineral Wells was in
the city a few hours this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Campbell have re-
turned from the Shriners' meeting at
Mrs. Howard Martin, who has been
sick for several weeks is now conva-
Miss Mae King of Midland is
the city visiting her sister, Mrs. Mon-
S, E. Guye of Mingus, who has been
visiting here, returned home this
We have just received a
shipment of fresh John-
ston Candy—the biggest
candy record in the world
is held by Robt. A. John-
ston—There’s a reason.
City Drug Co.
The Never-Just-Out Drug Store.
B. N. HUDSON, Manager
S. W. 95 Home 191
Second Ward Clean-up.
The children of the second ward
took a great interest clean-up day
in clearing their grounds of trash,
weeds, etc., and not only the yard but
the building inside and out. Most
every pupil freed his deck from trash
and washed it. All the work was done
during recesses and no time was lost
from the regular work. The children
now think they can boast of having
the cleanest building and grounds of
any 4ard in the city.
A premium with each fl.00 pur-
chase. Ten premiums to select from
See them in our window. Saturday
or Monday only. Goode's 5c, 10c and
25c store, East side Square.
New Tennis Court.
A new tennis court has been laid
out and fixed up by Miss Augusta
Roberts and is affording much pleas-
ure to her friends and the owner, at
corner of Oak and Elm streets.
We make a specialty of ladies’ work.
Send us your lingerie, silk and ratine
dresses: delicate serge suits and
dresses and kid gloves. Phone 120.
Court at Aledo Saturday.
Justice Court In Precinct No. 7, at
Aledo, will convene In regular session
next Saturday, with Justice of the
Peace Hamaker in charge.
Cream and cake at E. A Camp's to-
Graduates Names Omitted.
In Wednesday's Herald were given
the names of the graduating class of
the high school and the following
names were unintentionally omitted:
Lucy Annlee Sharp. Marble Evelyn
Tucker and I-ouise Beth Winston.
Recital Monday Night.
A piano recital will be given at the
First Presbyterian church, Monday
night at 8 o'clock, by Miss Florence
Edgar, assisted by the pupils of Mrs.
Ed. Watt and Mrs. Jno. Hart, and Mrs.
Howard Parks, voice, and Miss Mar-
gery Edgar, violin.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
May 16th and 17th
will bo “Heinz Day” in our store. We desire you
and your friends to come and enjoy the delicious
samples that will be served.
A special representative of II. J. Heinz Co. will
be present to explain how the “57 Varieties" are
made and just why they are so good. You will not
be asked to buy.
In addition to the Heinz
demonstrator, a special
representative of Brown
Cracker Co. of Ft. Worth
will be with us to tell
you about the great varie-
ty of cakes and crackers
manufactured by them.
During this demonstra-
tion we will serve yoa
with iced tea made from
the famous Folger’s Gol-
den Gate Tea.
We invite you to come
and sample these goods
on either or both of these
We have 50 boxes of me-
dium and high grade Mon-
ogram stationery—50c and
75c quality—which we will
place on sale Saturday only
At 35 Cents
This is a genuine bargain.
Weatherford Drag Co’j,
Tha ^axqJUL Start
No Fish Left in Clear Fork.
Dr. Heartsill and his guest Judge
M. B. Harris went fishing Wednes-
day in Clear Fork and caught 170
pounds of cat, trout, perch, pike,
bream, goggle-eyes, bass, a sturgeon
and two gars. They got all there was
except one big tomcat and he got
away by jumping out of the boat and
running out on the land where he hid.
They would have got him but it was
too late, as they could not see his
tracks in the dry sand.
A Progressive Century.
The twentieth century has given us
a satisfactory treatment for rheuma-
tism. The American Drug and Press
Association, of which we are mem-
bers, are manufacturing a prepa-
tion called Meritol Rheumatism Pow-
ders, from a formula adopted by
the master medical experts has pro-
nounced it one of great merit. Give
Meritol Rheumatism Powders a trial.
They are guaranteed. C. S. Alexander
& Co. exclusive agents.—Adv.
Princess Theatre Tonight
5 CENTS—ADMISSION-5 CENTS
(Vitagraph)—“Rose Tapley,” Bunny’s wife, gets the two
Nash girls to make her hubby think that he sees double, and
so frightens him into reforming. 1
(Lubin)—Harry Myres and Ethel Clayton have the prin-
cipal roles. A deception which saved a life. /
(Biograph)—There are many first-class things in this pic-
ture; it has a significant situation. It is beautifully acted and
the photography is perfect.
The Artist’s Great Madonna *
A Wise Old Elephant
—Featuring “Toddles,” the celebrated elephant that
played the almost human part of “Lost in the Desert,” assist-
ing Kathlen Williams and Hobart Bosworth.
A Big Bargain.
The J. C. Alsup home of 5 rooms,
bath, screen porch, lot 97 by 209,
small barn, garden. If sold within the
next few days can be had cheap and
on easy payments.
W. W. McCRARY, Agent.
U. D. C. Meeting.
The Sam Lanham chapter will meet
Friday afternoon at 3:30 with the
Misses Laughter, 218 East Josephine
street. A large attendance is desired
as this is the last meeting this year.
- Mrs. Oscar Barthold, Pres.
Mrs. J. C. Massie, Sec.
Meritol Pile Remedy.
A new scientific preparation for
both internal and external use and
absolutely without an equal for the
treatment of piles in any form. Ask
us to show you this remedy and ex-
plain its many advantages. C. S.
Alexander & Co.—Adv.
FOR SALE—A good violin,' been tm|
three years. J. E. H. RAILBY,
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Tom LOT*-
lady home place on Bridge street
FOR SALE—Cut flowers, 202 Throck-
morton street, or Phone S. W, 156-R.
FRO SALE!—Ceiling fan, only |MWB
used part of two seasons. Herald
Bids Wanted. ,
Bids will be received up to noon
Monday, May 19th, for the erection of
the Knights of Pythia6 Castle Hall,
at Weatherford, Texas; bids to be op-
ened at the office of Grand Keeper of
Records and Seal, in Weatherford,
Texas, at 1:30 o’clock p. m. of date
named. Plans and specifications on
file at office of R. J. Norton in Wea-
therford, and also at Kelsay-Hawee
Lumber Co.'s yard, corner Adams St.
and R. R. Ave., Fort Worth, Texas.
Courthouse Plaza Beauty Spot.
The courthouse plaza and flower
gardens are beauty spots in Weather-
ford, and are beipg kept up tastily
and well by Janitor Everett. They
afford pleasure to the passerby and
are restful to the eye, as well as be-
ing noticed by the stranger here.
Will Go to Alabama.
Col. W. A. Brown the old standby
of the Santa Fe, is preparing to leave
for Alabama on a visit with his en-
tire family, in a few days. Colonel
Brown has not been Back to his old
home in a good many years. When he
goes the Santa Fe will shut up shop.
FOR SALE—My home on East Oak
street. Price right. Will take as part,
payment other property or give easy
terms. LEE CHRISTIAN.
FOR SALE—The lot on the corner
of North Main and Spring streets, to
the city of Weatherford, Texas, known,
as the J. F. Carver lot. It can be
bought for Twenty-Five Hundred Dol-
lars ($2500) and the one who comes
nearest to cash price will take it**
Address Ella C. Meaeham, Kent, Ohio*
Portage County, R, F. D, 8.
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Keep it in mind that the old sol-
diers are going to have somstbfag
good for you at the Haynes Opera
House Friday night Come out and
see it and help to send Ihfcm to the
reunion once more. They will appre-
Friday and Satur-
GROCERIES AND FEED
Mrs. Mary Brock of Mineral Wells
passed through the city today going
to Winters, Texas.
Richard Shrum of Clyde, passed
through the city today, going over to
the Wells for a few days.
Mrs. E. E. Wilson of Amarillo, who
has been visiting her sistes, Mrs. John
M. Hart, has returned home.
Min. Haas left yesterdv afternoon
for San Antonio, where he will visit
friends and relatives for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Goodman of
Millsap, returned home this morning
after a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. V.
J. W. A. Cox of Fort Worth visited
Preston Broxter and left for Sey-
mour. where he will open up a busi
John F. Buster and wife have re-
turned from Dalla^*. where they have
been several days, attending the Shrin-
ers' meeting. Mr. Buster went West
R. L Buchanan of Dallas stopped
over yesterday on his return from El
Pas®, and visited his family, who have
been here some time visiting J. S.
Smith and family.
-Mrs R. M. Broyles of I*ockney, Tex-
as, who has been visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Pope, went to
Millsap this morning to visit friends
and relatives for a few days.
T. W. Cellcr. representing the Shaw
Brothers, wholesale cream dealers a*
Fort Worth, was In the city Wednes-
day, calling on the trade and placed
his cream with the Weatherford Drug
Company. It is something good.
Lowe k Co. Get Moved.
Lowe & Co. have about finished
moving their stock of hardware from
he stand the company has occupied
for many years, into the Hill building
on south side of square, where the
company’s headquarters will be from
Baker-Poston k Co. will proceed at
qnce to overhaul and renovate the
building purchased from R. P. I*owp
which has just now been vacated, and
will put it in shape for their own
occupancy. This will take some time.
Baker-Poston get possession of the
lx>we building Friday.
Anneta Mayor in Town.
A. S. Chapman, mayor of the Par-
ker county town of Anneta, is in the
city today, and says that Town creek
is still running by.his town and suits
them all to a T, nor is it at all ob-
jectionable to the inhabitants there-
of. “Fact is, we don’t see how we
could get along without Town creek,
especially if it’ll just keep on rain-
A Reliable Hair Tonir.
It is an easy matter to prevent
baldness, dandruff and other diseases
of the scalp by using Meritol Hair
Tonic. It should be iped regulai ly
to keep the scalp free of dandruff
germs, as these germs are the fauae
of the majority of cagps of dandruff
and later, baldness. We are author-
ized to guarantee Meritol Hair Topic.
C.»6. Alexander * Co—A$v,
Henry Miller Is Reelected.
At the Knights of Pythias Grand
Lodge in session at Corpus Christi,
the organization re-elected Henry
Miller of Weatherford to serve another
term as ( Grand Keeper of Records
The Pythian Sisters elected Mrs.
R. H. Buck of Fort Worth as grand
chief; as grand junior, Mrs. J. M.
Tinsley of Weatherford was elected;
Mrs. B. L. Jenkins of Clarendon was
elected grand mistress of finance.
Mrs. Jenkins was formerly a resident
of Weatherford, and is a daughter of
W. G. Buster on Palo Pinto street.
Our Best Seller.
We are selling more of Meritol
Eczema Remedy than ail the others !
put together. This large sale is due
to the fact that it is a preparation
of unusual merit, made expressly for
one purpose, to cure eczema in its
various forms. If you are afflicted
with this loathsome disease, do not
Stated meeting of
Lodge No. 275, A. F. ft A.' ML
Saturday night on or Mot*
full moon in each month.
I \ A. C. MacNELLY, W. ML
? xhjJ BANKHEAD, Secretary,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS*
Lone Star Lodge Mb. 4
K. of P., meets every Pus*
day night. Knights rtto>
lng always welcome. 0ftg»
—re tie Hall, S. E. cor. etuuiA
EARL KEARBY, C. C
HENSLEY, K. R. & S.
L 0. 0. F. <
No. 77,1, o. O. P„ meete
•vary Thursday night in Odd Peliowg
delay using Meritol Eczema Remedy. I N. Main street, over Whldoetft
C. S. Alexander & Co.—Adv. | seat market
- j JOHN McMAHAN. If. Q. )
The Daily Herald—10c Per Month, j WM. HAAS, Secretary.
Get Fiamre* Wrong.
In the Herald's leading local story
of Wednesday the statement was
made in the article dealing with the
county road situation that the county
owns “twenty-four teams” and fur-
ther that the value of the teams was
about $1,800. Judge Temple corrects
us: “The county owns twenty-four
teams of two mules each, or forty-
eight mules. These mules cost more
than $200 each, some of them costing
$500 a pair. They are easily worth
$200 a head, at a low estimation of
value. The forty-eight mules are
worth all of $9,600. There are four
outfit of twelve head each; one outfit
in each of the four districts of the
county.” * , *
Dreamland Theater To-night
5 CENTS—ADMISSION-5 CENTS
Mr. George Stanley and Miss Anne Schaefer in
“The Power That Rules”
—Her overpowering passion for money brings miafoftune
npon herself and husband; the moral is evident—(Vitagraph)
—Pathe (Comedy), featuring Crane Wilbur.
“The Hero Coward”
—Essanay (drama)—Without a question of doubt this is
one of the best dramatic pieces ever produced in the eastern
Monday, Pathe** 2-reel special—
“A Drama in Mid Air”
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