The Daily Herald (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 47, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 7, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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The Unrivaled Dramatic Star
“THE SONQ OF THE
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WAGE SLAVE '
—A five part picturization of the famous poem of the same
name from “The Spell of the Yukon” and other verses, by Robt.
W. Service; Barse & Hopkins, publishers, New York City.
—How Ned Lane, a rugged, honest-hearted mill-worker,
sought, the love of prettv Mildred Hale, wbo>e young affections
were already given to Frank Dawson, the dashii g young son of
* the millionaire mill-owner, and what came of it. A sublime
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Tomorrow -Lubin presents Geo. Routh aud an all star cast
in a special five-act feature, “SAVED FROM THE HAREM.”
Also a single reel comedy, “THIS ISN’T THE LIFE.”
Don’t, forget “THE STRANGE CASE OF MARY PAGE,”
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♦ Weather Report. ♦
♦ Tonight fair and colder; Wed- ♦
♦ nesday fair. ♦
WANTED—A visible typewriter in
good condition. E. A. FRANTZ.
WANTED—Tinsley tobacco tags. Chas.
Knowles at Baker Transfer Co.
FOR SALE—Fine Rhode Island
eggs. Phone S ,W. 20-Mi
FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Rrode is-
land Red eggs lor setting; If. eggs 50c
See or phone Irl Lowery.
■*" ROOMS BUILDINOSl ITS
GOOD HOUSE to rent on East Lee av-
enue. Sac C. B. Strickland, 118 North
List, of unclaimed and advertised let-
ters for the week ending March 4:
'Miss Brimhawl, 309 Fort Worth St.
Miss D. JnaraCook, R. 6. Box 46.
Mrs. Ethel Fox.
Mrs. Etta Rodgers, Box 503.
■.Miss Florine Smith, R. 1.
'Miss Coro Beth Stewart, care Miss
Miss Flora Ward.
A. J. Bradley.
James P. Davis.
L. H. Grimsley.
G. L. Hood.
G. V. Huffman. *
If. not called for in two weeks will
be sent to dead letter office.
J. M. RICHARDS, P. M.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
LONG LEAF LUMBER—All building
materials, complete house bills ship-
ped anywhere. Quick shipments.
Grade and count guaranteed. Exami-
nation allowed. Send estimate. INDE-
PENDENT Co-Operative Lumber Co.,
Lake Charles, La.
F0BT WORTH PYTHIAN'S
TO VISIT LONE STAR LODGE
B. .1. Forbes for Itepresenlathe.
Elsewhere in this issue will he found
the announcement of B. J. Forbes as
a candidate for representative of this,
the 51st district. Mr. Forbes resides
in the southern part of the county,
near Saleh and has been a citizen of
the county for fifteen years. He finish-
ed his education in *Add-Ran college
and for ten years afterwards taught
school. He is known as a close stud-
ent and strong thinker; he is a pro-
hibitionist and opposed to the repeal
of the Robinson insurance law; lie
has always voted the Democratic tick-
et and his candidacy is subject to the
, primary of July 22. Mr. Forbes says
F. Hicklin went to Fort Worth to-
J. H. Bone of Hale Center was in
the city today.
Grover and Floyd Darnell wont to
Fort Worth today.
Ed Hutchens was a passenger to
Fort Worth today.
Mrs. M. S. Haynes is spending a few
days in McKinney.
Mirs. M. L. Granbury has returned
to Lockney after a visit here.
W. M. Massie and family are spend-
ing the day in Mineral Wells.
Mrs. L. Griscom has returned to
Fort Worth, after a visit here.
John R. Brown left today for a vis-
it to his daughter at Shreveport.
Mrs. M. J. Yeary visited her daugh-
ter, Mts C. J. Pipkin, yesterday.
(Mrs. L. L. Payne, who has been vis-
iting here, returned to Mineral Wells
S. G. Maddox returned today from
Chicago where he has been, for the
past six weeks.
Jim Buckner lias accepted a posi-
tion with the E. & L. Garage as auto-
Mrs. C. D. Swain, who has been presiding,
visiting at Springtown, returned to
Fort Worth today.
Mrs. Hawkins, accompanied by her
little grandson, Harold Pope, return-
ed to Millsap today.
Mrs. L. D. Scherer returned Mon-
day night from Byers, Okia., where
she has been visiting her daughter,
|Mrs. Bob Lewis.
Mrs. C. A. Price and daughter, Miss
Ronda, have returned from Fort
Worth, where they have been visiting
for some time, and are at their old
home on Ball street.
Dr. H. F. Leach left Monday after-
noon for New York City, where he
will likely take a post-graduate course
in surgery. He will spend a short
time in Washington City, enroute.
We furnish you a com-
plete painting outfit con-
taining everything used
for paintiDg your Ford
or any car of similar size
— Quality the best.
Love & Co.
E. J. HERNON OF WASHINGTON rfo
ADDRESS MASS MEETING
The Chamber of Commerce met in
regular session Monday night, March
7, with some twenty-five members
present, and president C. C. Barthold
-•MO TO NLA V!
OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS
The Internationally Notea London Star
“The Tongues ol Men’**
A Sparkling Comedy Drama of the Stage, by Edward
“The Tongues of Men” is the exquisite little story of a
rector’s unwarranted attack upon the private character of a
grand opera diva who specializes in sensational roles.
Constance Collier, the internationally noted London star,
in the role of witty, tender, strong minded grand opera idol
especially suited to her great personal beauty and artistic
strength, will be presented for the first time upon the screen.
Tomorrow—“THE CHALICE OF COURAGE,” by Cyrus
Townsend Brady. Vitagraph super-feature. Greater than
“Juggernaut,” “Mi’lion Bid,” or any other. Featuring Wm.
Duncan. Said to be the greatest photoplay of any of the V-L-
S E Company productions; in six acts. Price reduced to 5c and
10c. Attend the matinee and avoid the night crowd.
The secretary made a statement
that E. J. Hernon of the National
Highway Association was in the city
recently and had agreed to come to
Weatherford th,o latter part of the
week and address the people in re-
The most elaborate and unique affair
of its kind ever constructed for the
public of Parker county. The conces-
sions and displays are most magniii-
gard to the need of a state highway ,t ent and suPcr^- The festooned hall
commission I looks more like the fairy dreamland
.... ,, . .. .. [tales of Jules Verne, or the gaudy
Alter discussing the matter at some 1
length a motion prevailed instructing
the secretary to invite Mr. Hernon
here for Friday night, March 10.
A motion prevailed instructing the
secretary to communicate with men
in the various rural districts, also
Attended Sliriners Banquet.
Quite a number of Weatherford
Shriners attended the banquet given
by Moslah Temple in Fort Worth Mon-
day night, the occasion being an offi-
cial inspection by Imperial Potentate
Stephens of Maine. Among those at-
tending were C. A. Waller, II. A. Snod-
dy, Dr. J. N. Chandler, Dr. R. P. Coul-
ter Dr. Chas. MacNclly, F R. Putman,
A. A. Putman, W. A. Cox, J. W. Rum-
age, J. A. Pickard, Rev. S. L. Rieves,
Jordan Shaw and J. R. Braselton. The
banquet was given at the Westbrook
and was a magnificent affair.
to extend to the Commercial Club of
Mineral Wells an invitation to meet
with the body Friday night.
A motion that sandwiches and cof-
fee be served on that occasion, and
places on the shores of Italy.
Civility, courtesy and benevolence
will mark every act of the attendants.
An actual $1.00 meal wull be served
for a quarter. And, there will be no
' other charge except for those who
freely wish to purchase some article at
the sales counter, or those who wish
to spend a nickel at any of the many
diversions. Pune diversion for a wor-
thy purpose is of God’s own making.
Come, we will expect and welcome
D. C. Bratton, B. P. Browder, Roy
Coleman C. B. Cate and Louis pitch- ij™' Llfe ,s to° bnef for' differeoce3-
Come, get acquainted.
ford were appointed to have charge |
of the refreshments.
After the Chamber of Commerce ad-
journed most of those present remain-
ed and discussed iu an informal man-
ner the advisability of making an ef-
fort to revive interest in the matter
of holding a county fair.
Geo. W. Fritz was made chairman.
After a general discussion of the ud-
Don't let any-
thing keep you away. We will fully
reciprocate your friendship.
The skit, "The King of th,e Cannibal
islands,” will he repeated several
times, begining at 6 p. m. The crown-
ing of the Queen of the Carnival by-
Rex, the king, will occur at 9:30 p. m.
ministration, with equal rights to all
and special prvijeges to none.
I shall use my best judgment and put'
forth my best effort in meting out Jus-J
tice to every taxpayer in the city ol|
Weatherford. The high the low, tb«|
reverend head in a municipal govern
ment should be equal.
But it takes votes to get there, anya,,
if you think I will make you a bette
mayor, i shall appreciate your vote
and the help of friends;
had it, and I haven’t.
W. M. BUNCH.
fer »>e ha rht
\V. M. Hunch for Mayor.
In announcing my candidacy for
I mayor of the city of Weatherford, i
Word has been received that a num-l,le will announce his position on all
__k fire of f(
'ort Worth Pythians will visit
lone Star lodge at their regujar meet-
ing tonight, and in view of this and
the contest that is non on, the officer*
Of the lodge would appreciate a full
**&'; attendance of the members.
Will Give Playj
The expression department of Paire-
mont College will give a play Thursday
night, to which the public is cordially
state matters from' the platform. If the
people see fit to give him their support
and ,nlect him to the law-making body,
he promises to perform his duties
there as in his judgment may be for
the best interest of all.
The Twentieth Centufy Club will
serve dinner next Saturday in the buil-
ding south of the Herald office, to
which the public is invited.
THE DAILY HERALD 4Uc A MONTH
Newest Spring Blouses!
Tomorrow is the beginning of the
sacred season of Lent, observed by
seven-eighths of the Christian world
when Christians are called upon to
deny self and bear the cross that they
may have a right to wear the crown
of Easter joy. "No cross, no crown.
Services Ash Wednesday, March 8th,
at All Saints Msision church at 7:30
a. m. Holy communion, and 10 a. m.
penetential services. Everybody wel
come. “Could y,9 not watch with Me
one hour?” said the Savior.
VELV C. R. D. CRITTENTON,
Archdeacon of Dallas.
You Will Find New Spring
Blouses Now on Display
Georgette and Crepe de Chine Blouses
in the very lateet styles in white and
flesh color, price
—$3.48 and $3.75
Wash Silk Blouses
Striped waist silk blouses. This is a
very attractive waist, price
We are receiving new blouses most every day.
If you didn’t find just what yon were wanting yes-
terday, visit the department again today and see
| the new ones.
Meeting of Tom Green Camp.
About thirty members of Tom
Green Camp of Confederate veterans
were present at a meeting in the coun-
ty court room Monday, B. C. Tarking-
ton, commander, presiding.
Mrs. A. G. Drake was elected spon-
sor for the camp at the reunion at
Birmingham, May 16-18, and Messrs.
E. Tucker and N. B. Mitchell, dele-
The camp adopted a resolution en-
dorsing the Tillman plan of pension-
ing the Confederate soldiers.
The camp contributed $15.75 col-
lected through committees to the Sam
Lanham Chapter, Daughters of the
Confederacy, to their monument fund.
Died From Appendicitis.
W. E. Hotchkiss, 28 years of age, of
Sabathany, died Monday afternoon at
o’clock at a sanitarium in Port
vantages of a county fair, the chair-
man was instructed to appoint a com- |hav'e this to say.
mittee of three, whose duties will be
to look Weatherford over and lin.l a;neBt solicitation
citizen who will take the lead in the
matter. Most of those present pledg- ; candidate for any faction or with any
feeling of dissatisfaction toward the
'present incumbent in office; for I re-
To the Public.
In reference to tiie current repo:
that a contract for a certain grade:
and engine had been given by the
commissioners court, we, the under-
signed, state positively that no grad-
er or engine has been purchased, nei-
ther are we under obligation to pur-
chase any certain grader or engine.
We believe if Mr. Tucker could be
seen that he would also sign this
T. F. TEMPLE, County Judge.
F. E. BOLEY,
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A. S. CHAPMAN,
i i**i’ It
I do not come before you at the ear-
of a large circle of
friends. Neither do I announce as the
ed their co-operation.
The committee has been named and
the Herald is Informed the men com-
posing it will have something to give
the public in a few days.
There will be a igravdjf ^working
at Spring Creek Saturday, March 18.
All parties interested are requested to
be on hand with lunch, prepared to
spend the day. Bring tools and let
us clean up the graveyard.
The Twentieth Century Club will
serve dinner next Saturday in the buil-
ding south ot the Herald office, to
LAYMEN'S MISSIONARY (ON- '
VENTION AT FORT WORTH
gard him as a Christian gentleman and
an upright citizen. Nor do I expect j which the public is invited.
to make the race on the demerits o: j___
my opponent, nor to .gratify any per-
sonal feelings that may exist among
any, for the man who tries to ride into
office on the demerits of another, if
The Laymen’s Missionary conven- clected gocs in handicapped, with
tlon which will convene in Fort Worth
divided house which cannot stand. And
is attracting a great, deal tjjcre is any place that we need har-
mony and co-operation in pushing for
jward the interests and developing the
At a meeting of the Laymen’s Broth-;best inter,e8ts of the masses, it is in
erhood of the Methodist church Sun
day afternoon some twenty,men sig-
nified their willingness and desire to
a city like Weatherford, for we have
but one common interest, and that is
the peace, purity unity, happiness and
attend the meeting and big banquet in |prosperity of our city. And this alone
Fort Worth Wednesday night. One- f(jrnish a standard of mora, and
dollar will admit one to the audito-
rium and banquet.
Three prominent men of America
are on the program that evening, and
will discuss the following subjects:
civic righteousness. Selfishness, envy
and strife can only mar the peace and
destroy the unity and eventually de-
In making this race, I shall strive to
THE DAILY HERALD 4lie t MONTH
.““is:™:: — “• *« - ~ ■»
eler, lecturer, publicist; “The Big
Worth. He is survived by his mother,
Mrs. A. Hotchkiss of Sabathany; five
brothers, C. 'I. Hotchkiss of Fort Worth
J. T. Hotchkiss, S. W. Hotchkiss, B.
Hotchkiss and John Hotchkiss of Sa-1 square,
bathany, and five sisters, Mrs. E. Par-
ker of 8pringtown, Mrs. M. Brumslow
of Reno, Mrs. S. Woody of Veal Sta-
tion, Miss Vpnnle Hotchkiss and Miss
Thelma Hotchkiss of Sabathany. The
body was shipped to Veal Station
where interment took place Tuesday
Young Hotchkiss was at work in
the field when taken with appendicitis
and was hurried to Fort Worth for
Brother Among the Nations’’ will be
discussed by Dr. W. W. Pinson, Nash-
ville, Tenn. general secretary board
of Missions M, E. Church South; “The
War and Missions,” by William T. El-
lis, Philadelphia, Pa.
It is desired that as many laymen
as possible of all the churches of
Weatherford attend these lectures and
at present eight or ten cars have been
secured. In order to he on time, it is
proposed to leave Weatherford at 4
o’clock tomorrow afternoon, starting
rrom Palo Pinto street and the public
Final arrangements will be
made tomorrow morning so that a tel-
egram may be sent advising the num-
ber in the Weatherford delegation. If
you desire to go, no matter what
church you belong to, see Dr. W. L
Nelms or F. G. Lanham for reserva-
Graveyard Working at Authon.
There will be a graveyard working
at Authon, Saturday, March 11. Ail
an operation, but the appendix had parties interested are urgently re-
burst before the operation. His death quested to come and assist in beautify-
wlll be keenly felt in the community, ing the grounds.
opponent, and if I am defeated, I sluill
give him the right hand of fellowship
and bid him Godspeed on his journey.
If I am elected I want it to be on
merit and then I can expect the hear-
ty co-operation of the entire citizenry
of Weatherford in prosecuting the
work of a progressive city.
I shall stand for a clear, open, Im-
partial, progressive law-abiding ad-
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