The Daily Herald (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 47, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 7, 1916 Page: 3 of 4
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B. W. DA TIM, Uubtot.
0K0B6K KANT Aulalut Uvdi-
THE FIRST NATIONAL, BANK
Capital $100,000 Surplus $10U,00u
Directors—H. a. howto,
Hworxe I mat. n. J.
R. v». Hails, » ■
Mil mo, Harry Hat*
NEW TIME TABLE
The following new time lahle w<
Into effect Sunday, He. >>, *k r
a» A Pacific:
No. 5, El Paso to New Ori an.-
No. 10, Mineral Wells to Dallas— .
rice 8:25 a. m„ depart *• So
No. 14, Abilene and Mineral Wn
to Port Worth—M. W. arrive 2:30 (
T. P. arrives, 2:35 p »n. .Kp* '
t:46 p. m.
•No. 4, El Paso to St. Louis and N*»
Orleans, 5:20 p. m.
No. 13, Fort Worth to Abilene m.
Mineral Weils—T. P. arrive 9:31 a.
M. P. depart 9:31 a. m.. Mineral Well
depart 9:45 a. m.
•No. 3, St. Louis and New Orlean
to El Paso, 11:08 a. m.
No. 9, Dallas to Mineral Wells—ar
rlTe 5:20 p. m„ depart 5:30 p. m.
No. 5, St. Louis and New Orlean
to El Paso, 10:39 p. m.
•Do not make local stops.
Arrive from Cleburne, 11:15 a. m.
Depart for Cleburne, 3:30 p. m.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Stated convocation of Weatherford
[Chapter No. 105, R. A. M„ second Fri-
Istay night in each month. A cordial
"invitation Is extended to all visiting
CHAS. MacNELLY, H. P.
J. G. SHARP, Secretary.
Lodge No. 275, A. F. & A. M„
Saturday night on or before
full moon in each month.
J. M. VENABLE, W. M.
A. A. PUTMAN, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Lone Star Lodge No. 4
K. of P., meets every
uesday night. Visiting
nights are always wel-
come. Castle Hall, West
R. W. WATKINS, C. C.
The laxative tablet
with the pleasant taste
If you are bilious
They keep your
System as clean
as a stone jug
rinsed with cold
W« have the exclusive selling rights
for this greet laxative
O %/rJt*. ;wcmii58B ,
WEATHERFORD DRUG CO.
BRAIN OF PUPPY SaOW.-> i.l
DIED OF H YlJKOt*nOi>l.i—Til
Ata'l'iii r «>ii lutAlJln.Ni'.
ti) Aa.Mieiiueu i !«»»
Voa Aistyue, jexaij, Alaicn 7.—
Great cxcite.i,eiu vsa» cau-,0.. ue.e
suoruy aJiei' uuuii .,io..c*ay
telegram wa* liacuiviiu iio.„ i—c olK-
rasteur institute at .iu l.ii, -t.-un..,
that tue examination oi tue ..e.,u oi a
aog wmcii nau uoeu scat uie.e f.o.u
liiis piu.ee HiiO\veu mat it liau uioa from
a malignant form of labii.s, aiu a i-
vlsiu.-1 tiiat all ttio.,e \wio and Leeu
bitten Le sent to Austin at ouce !„.•
Tue following are known to have
been bitten, and it is quite oAtnin
that there are more: .lumas i.eisr,
Harold Welker Mrs. G. T. aicDon-
ough, 'Miss ^pi.h UlcDonougb, .vies.
James A. Douglas, Helen K,::ith Grady
By Associated Press
Waco, Texas, March 7.—‘According
to County Attorney MoNamara com-
plaints will be filed in the county
court against th« proprietors of five
moving picture shows who kept open
Sunday afternoon, following the rec-
ent election in which Sunday movies
were favored by a large majority. Mr.
McNamara’s action comes after th,°
fliing of affidavits by a committee oi
In the event the complaints are fil-
ed operators of picture machines hei,.
j declare they will insist on similar ac-
jtion being taken against all violators
of the ouuday law, including tnose
j who sing in church choirs for mon-
ey, who sell soda water and cigars,
proprietors of shc.3 shining parlors
iand automobile accessory shops.
County Court PiOeedings.
The county court, presided over uy
Jud-,e ’1'. F. temple, nas transacted
tne following business during Monday
Greer, Hendrix Lewis, J. R. Lewis, D. a,lU '^uay ot mis week:
L. Lewis, Hansel Neatticry, Kush Pitt,-
S. T. Honnell, Dick aud John 0. Lee,
Hubert McBride, Paul Christianson,
Earl Lucas, Fred Dumas, Jol^tii- Am-
rnonnett, Logan Drye, Miss itula Pra-
ther, -Miss Huron Akin and .Miss Es-
ther Pearl Thompson.
| Last Wednesday night the dog,
about three months old, accompanied
the Welker boys to ,a picture show,
where in the course of the evening it
snapped and tit a number of people
] who fondled it. it, was very playful
'and was played with and teased by
most every one.
j On Thursday the dog appeared to
J vase of jolm a. i-esne & lo. vs. C.
D. narineti io„ set ioi- lliursday oi
n-owe oi oO. vs. J. C. and T. J. Weils,
set lor Monday of third w&ek.
Luwe w. wo. vs. caaries Hackett, sel
for Tuesday ot tail’d week.
' J. a. Jo-Uhson vs. clarence Hopkins,
set tor i-riday ol third week.
I J. ii. -McCracken vs. C. U. Kidd, set
for Monday of lourth week.
J. H. McCracken vs. J. \V. Beard
and (J. G. Kidd, set for Monday of
The Parker County
PREPAREDNESS ADVOCATES SEND!
We, W. D. Taylor and J. B. Price,
i have Uiio day sold and conveyed our
respective abstract''businesses, hereto-
. > mm
LORD NORTH! LIFFE EX-
PELTS GREAT NAVAL RATTLE
C. C. Kidd, set for Monday of fourth
be restless and bit a number of other week,
people and disappeared Friday after- John Leiper vs. G. C. & S. F. Ry.
noon • Co., set for Monday of seventh week.
ISy Anso-IMtail Tress
Paris, Mama 7.—Lord No.'thciiuo,
owner of the London Times and other
newspapers, in an interview given to
the Temps, says: ‘M am awaiting vio-
lent explosions of German anguish on
land and also on sea during the next
When found Saturday
and the indications
six months. I am convinced that th,?
German fleet will before long make a are well known throughout this scc-
-reat effort. The British marine will tion.
not permit a single German ship to I Mayor Garner issued a proelama-
leave tlw> ports of Hamburg and Bra-11ion warning the owners of all dogs to
men until Germany has paid the entire |eitfier kill or confine them, and the
it was dead,1 A- R-i Kuykendall vs. E. & L. Gar-
were so strong are, sct for Monday of third week,
that it had died in a violent manner L.. Thomas vs. C. C. Plumlee.
with every indication of hydrophobia dismissed, plaintiff being dead,
that it was decided to send the head to
the Pasteur Institute for examination,
and the telegram received confirms
Most of those bitten hav,e lived in
this community for many years and
I. 0. 0. F.
\ V -
No- 77- L °- °- F - raeetB
*" every Thursday night
In Braselton Hall, North Main street
W. A. JOHNSON, N. G.
WM. HAAS. Sncretary.
\ Dr. C. C. Matthews
1 Special Attention ptven to Chronlo
1 Diseases and Diseases of Cbtldrea.
! OFFICE AT-
: Reynolds’ Drug Store j;
> Offloe Phones—8. W. 5-J; Home 115
E. Clyde Whitlock!
Teacher of Violin
Pupil of Wylie, Ktnifts City: Weldlf, <
'’** *-----”---s, Berlin. <
Chioago; Barmas, Berlin.
Be In Weatherford
Dr. Robt. P. Coulter
and Eclectic Physician
( . S. Will Utilize Old P. 0. Building.
By Associated Tress
Houston, Texas, March 6.—After an
unsuccessful attempt to rent the old
Houston postoffiee building, vdiic’i has
been vacant since December, 1913, Un
city marshal lias been given instruc-
tions to kill all-doHB found running at
large without further notice.
army as instructors.
The camp has been authorized by
Major General Leonard Wood, com-
manding the department of the east,
'i. n. Erwin & Co. vs. W. B. Hines, of which Galveston is a part. Another
dismissed at plaintiff’s cost camp at San Antonio, in the depart-
A. S. Chapman vs. Fred Johnson, ment of the south, and under Major
judgment by default for lull amount General Frederick Kunston, at Fort
H. W. Kuteman vs. T. & P. Ry. Co. at Fort Crockett,
et al, motion to dismiss as to M. K. & , Applicants for enrollment in the
T. Ry. Co. and as to M K. & T. Ry. Co. camp must he citizens of the United
of Texas, and as to Chas. E. Schaif, States, or those who have taken ou
receiver, sustained. first citizen papers, between the agei
John M. Hart vs. B. S. and N. O. 0f 21 and 45 yars, of sound physical
Pettyjohn, judgment by default for condition, capable of hard drill and
.'or- known a; ,V. D .Taylor & Co. and
J. B. Price & Co., respectively, together
with all the records, data and pat*-
phernalia connected therewith, to T.
W. Brown and E. B. Ferrell, who will
combine the two businesses and oper-
ate them jointly under the firm name <
of The Parker County Abstract Com- * ^
pany, at the old office of Taylor & Tay-
lor, on southwest corner of publlu
square. In retiring from the abstract
business, we bespeak for our succes- y>,
it nd will have officers of the regular! half the same courteous consideration
APPLH ATHENS TO OFFICER
IN CHARGE OF ( A IIP.
By Associated Tress
Galveston, Texas. March 7.—Advo-
cates of preparedness over Sont j
Texas, seeking military training to.'
themselves have commenced sending
their applications to the officer in
J. H. 'McCracken vs. J. B. Banks and change of the military training eamp
to be held in Galveston May 1 to 2*.
The- camp will be known as the led- •
eral military training camp of Texas, I sors and will appreciate in their
principal, interest and attor- Sam Houston, will he held in June and
July. The Galveston camp will be held
| full amount of note, principal, interest
and attorney’s fees, and for foreclos-
ure of lien.
‘R. L. Bains vs. J. S. Wolfenberger
et al, judgment of dismissal as to H.
M. Wolfenberger, he having been ad-
ed oats. etc. | judged a bankrupt, and for full
Health of tiie community is good. amount of note, principal, interest and
At the box supper the New Hope attorney’s fees as to J. 3. Wolfenbcr-
scltool and some friends, Miss Opal ger.
J. H. Blair vs. P. E. Glenn et al, con-
tinued to perfect service.
L. A. Pitchford vs. J. M. Scoville,
New Hope News items.
• jjeinn CorreBpoudence to the Herald.
New Hope, Texas, March 7.—^Several
of our farmers have planted corn, sow-
cle Sam has decided to use the build-
ing himself. Postmaster T. W. House,
as custodian, has received instructions
from Washington to advertise for bids
for a complete renovation. It is he- liullington of Peaster, Miss Myrtle Dal-
lieved the army, navy and marine las of 'Mount Carmel and Misses Elam
corps recruiting stations will be inov- and Barham of Autlion, rendered a
cd there, as well as the weather bu- splendid program. E. H .Grindstaff judgment by default for full amount
reau’s printing plant,* and any other gave us one of the best educational of note, principal, interest and attor-
new branch of government service that speeches that this community has ev.sr ney’s fees and foreclosure of mort-
might be established in Houston. |had the privilege of hearing, and Mr. gage lien.
- and Mrs. Hayden Hill and Frank Brow-1 'State vs. W. E. Clayton, theft: d,e-
0range Orchards In Good Condition. | rter Gf Weatherfomf gave some real fendant pleads guilty is fined $1 and
By Associated I rvss ^ j good instrumentdF music. We had a costs, and no jail sentence is impos- j
Houston. Texas, March ®--~T^av n^> | g00cj tiirue und turned over to tlie trus- ed, because stolen property was re-j
passed through the wintd without n |tees 526.08 for the benefit of the school, turned before prosecution began.
jury from the cold the orange orchards I wigh to thank al] the frjendg for | ,gtato vg iTohn iMiner theft: de-
of the Gulf coast aie in a thriunc con t|lei]. 1)flp an() assure them that it was fendant pleads guilty In two cases and j
dition, according to local experts, and
growers are optimistic for a large yield
There are about 7,000 acres of Sat-
suma oranges in this section, particu-
larly in the Houston-Galveston dis-
trict, owned by about 2,000 growers. A
meeting of the growers in Houston
within a few weeks is planned, with
the object of perfecting a marketing
Sour stomach, fullness after eating,
flatulence are all caused by imperfect
digestion. Prickly Ash Bitters cor-
rects the disorder at once, drives out
badly digested food and tones the
stomach, liver and bowels. City Drug
Co. and Kindel Drug Co., special ag-
Braselton \went to Millsap to-
highly appreciated. is fined $1.00 and costs in each case,
Prof. Jed Byers, president of the and given 12 hours in jail in each!
singing class, requests us to say that case.
there will be singing at .New Hope | The last will of Mrs. Emma Ivy, de-
church every first and thirnfciunJay. ceased, admitted to probate on the ev-
■ coim^ 1 idenee of .1. W. Braselton. one of the
subscribing witnesses: W. T. Ivy
made independent executor without
bond, as per terms of will, and ap-
The last will of Wm. K. Blair, de-
ceased. admitted to probate on the
evidence of G. W. Gore and W. H. Hut-
and every body is invited to
J. J. Walker Jr. visited his brother,
Andrew Walker of Weatherford, this
Miss killa Thompson of Brock, "'ho
has been visiting friends in the com-
munity. has returned home, accompa-
nied by R. W. Wood and family.
J. B. Bailey, Mr. Ioingford and G. 'cheson. the will being wholly in the
T. Cooper were in Weatherford Satur-
day on business.
Mark Priddy of Peaster was in our
handwriting! ofl the testator $ Mrs.
Martha A. Blair made independent ex-
ecutrix without bond, as per terms of
the will: J. E .B. Stewart. T. S. Bni-
maneuvier warching with lull infantry
equipment. Applicants must have a
college education or ‘tlie equivalent,’
vvhicji means a good .elementary edu-
cation, supplemented by business or
Arms, ordnance and equipment, in-
cluding mess outfit, will he furnished
by the United Stales .government.
Th,e expense tor the lour weeks, ex-
clusive of transportation to and from
the camp, will be about $30. in addi-
tion a charge of about $S to $10 will
be made for uniforms. The $30 is to
be deposited in advance, and will in-
clude $5 to cover possible loss or dam-
age to United States property.
The purpose of the camp will he to
give each attendant as much of the el-
emental education of an officer as car
be imparted in the short time. A cer-
tain definit^routine will be prescribed,
including rifle practice, artillery, en-
gineering. signal corps and first aid
Two hundred and fifty applicants arc
required to make the eotnp operative
Attendants will he divided into war
strength companies of infantry or bat-
teries of artillery.
Those who are members of the Nat-
ional Guard, or who have had other
military training since August. 1911
may apply for enrollment for less than
the prescribed period. Men of suffi-
cient. experience will be used as offi-
cers and non-commissioned officers for
the various organizaitons.
which the public has heretofore ex-
tended us. We desire to state that Mr, ®
Brown and -Mr. Ferrell are most com-
petent men in this line of work.
Brown has been in the abstract busi-
ness for over twenty years, haring
spent most of that time in Stephen*
county and the last twelve months in
Weatherford. He has been an expert
surveyor for about thirty years. Mr
Ferrell has had continuous experience
in the abstract business in Weather-
ford for more than twelve years. They
begin their work in this new relation-
ship with our hearty good will and
take pleasure in recommending them
as capable and efficient abstracter* .
who will render reliable service.
This March 4th, 1916.
W. D. TAYLOR & 0. ...
j. b. price & co. •;
TTTF T>ATT,Y HERALD 40c A MONTI
Of Mrs. Chappell, of Fire YmnP
Standing, Relieved by CttdriL
Mt. Airy, N. C.—Mrs. Sarah M. 1
pell of this town, says: "I “““
five years with womanly
stomach troubles, and my
was more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind of
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardtd, (he
man’s tonic, and I decided to try IL I
had not taken but about six bottles «ril
I was almost cured. It did me MM
good than all the other medicines I had
fried, put together.
My friends began asking
looked so well, and 1 tola
Cardui. Several are now taking it1
Do you, lady reader, suffer from
of the ailments due to womanly ‘
such as headacne, backache,
ii- . •
If so. let us urge yon lo give CBM 8
trial. We feel conflaent it wB help ML
just as it has a million other woman Ii
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly
the past half century.
Begin taking Cardui to-day.
won’t regret it All druggists.
WHU u: Gh»ttanoo*»
Advisory Dart.. Ct
jmttrmcHtu on your
Trsatmont tor Wooun.1
Walt Walker moved to his farm near lock and J. R. Pickens appointed ap-
I>ambert last week.
Sunday school and singing was well
J. J. Walker. R. W. Wood and wife,
and Mrs. S. A. Stanley were visitors
at Niew Hope school last week.
The school is in a thriving condition.
prntsers: inventory and appraisement
returned and approved.
League Encampment July 2S-Ang. <>.
Dallas. Texas. March 6.—The annual
1 encampment of the Epworth League of
Texas will he held this year from July
28 to August 6, although the location
of the encampment, is still undetermin- jup on the farm .and has been a sue
Billie Hoyles for Commissioner. Pro. 4.
W,e are authorized to announce W.
M. (Billie) Boyles as a candidate for
commlsioner from Precinct No. 4, Par-
ker county. Mr. Boyles lives near the
center of the district on the head of
Bear creek. Ho is a native of Parker,
being horn and reared in the county
where he has lived with the exception
of about ten years. He was brought
The Merchants & Farmers State Bank
Solicits and Will Appreciate Your
The Texas Epworth league last loessful farmer and stookraiser.
its 13 acres’ of beach prop-jBoyles is a strong believer in
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
W. R. WOODHOUSE, President
J. H. DOSS, Vice President
H. L. BREVARD, Cashier
L. V. HA®COURT, Asst Cashier
FRED SMITH, Asst Cashier
E. H. MARTIN
J. TOM PICKARD
J. N. McCARTY
J. W. BRASELTON
year sold its 13 acres’
erty at Corpus Christi, known as Ep-
worth-by-tho-Sen, and since then has
been looking for another site on the
coast. Roekport. or Portland, both on [and believes
Corpus Christi Bay, and near the old
grounds, have been considered for the
1916 encampment, and possibly a per-
Com OM Sons. Othsr RsmtOss Wss’t Cm
Thewc *tcaae«, nom«tter of bowloo*»t««<llnx.
roads but thinks some more economi-
cal plan than that in use at present
should be adopted. H(e is a Democrat
that the government
should be by the people, for the people
and administered for the greatest good
to the greatest number. If elected to
the office he promises to give all mat-
ters pertaining to the duties of the of-
floe his closest attention. He will ap-
preciate your support.
The Big Sale!
Our big sale has been everything we could
ask for. Hundreds of people have taken ad-
vantage of the many bargains we are offering.
Remember we are replenishing our stock
from our other store and every line is still com-
New shipment Utz & Dunn
Pumps, $4 values, rfow.........
the DAILY HERALD 40c a month
W. H. Bowdei
Sale Lasts 30 Days „ East Side Square,
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