The Daily Herald (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 177, Ed. 1 Monday, August 8, 1921 Page: 4 of 4
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A”e VSU^WBOX OFFICE OPENS 7:*^ -SHOW STARTS 7:45
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FRIDAY—May Allisonin “The Last Card,” and Thir
terntti Chapter of “Fightlnjjf Fate
SATURDAY—Wm. S. Hart in “Wolf Lowery,” and
second episode of the big animal serial, “Miracle of the
—Outside wall of heavy iron, inside wall of heavy gal-
vanized iron, filled with charcoal between the outside and
inside wall, nickeled faucet—^-
4 GALLON SIZE, EACH $4.50
6 GALLON SIZE, EACH.............................- $5-25
8 GALLON SIZE, EACH $675
person, firm o
Uch may appear
iTLUSSi REDLY-SPRIN GFIELD 33x4. GROOVED TREADS, LIST
_ be gladly co! PRICE $36.60, A FEW LEFT FOR
SLr’“\ ’° \ $26.00
ember* of tf* Aeeor
The Associated Pres.
«ty entitled »o the
or not otto
lb paper and
as rights of \
lal |ls patches
Oladish Motor Co.
Southwest Corner Square
Gernsbacher Bros. Co.
Watch This Space for “Sensible Prices”
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. SAV6MENT PARAGRAPHS «
^TTENDING^TEXANco meet|nG AGE passes away SATURDAY
T ig G-randstaff and \V. T. Bodi- Mrs. I.ydia Hutcheson, aged 80
fas- Srf Yhis city and A. M. Hemp- years, died at the family home near
wg, ^ pHi0 pinto, went to Fort springtown, Saturday night following
EMrih Monday to attend a meeting an extended illness. Mrs. Hutcheson,
the Texan Motor Company stock- whose maiden hame was Thomas,
This company was organiz- %vas bom in Tennessee and came to
several years ago and has built Texas with her parets in 1852, and
«■ tese factory in Fort Worth where settled near where she now lived.-
teemnai thousand motor vehicles have 0n the 10th of January, 1867, she
lbeeh made and sold. A few months was married to Louis Hutcheson. In
tego the company went into the hands 1S71 Mr. Hutcheson improved the
W m. receiver. place on w hith she was living at
1tu!*e are quite a number of small the time of her death and this has
stockholders in this city and county been her home continuously for
x-u igkin------* <n ,hP outcome fjf,y years. Mr. Hutcheson died 25
proceedings of the court and yaare ago. To this union was born
»r the stockholders. ten children, eight girls and two
—--------bo vs, and three of the daughters and
lR«SjuMrr Meeting C. of C. Tonight
Ttoe regular monthly meeting of
tlw Chamber of Commerce will be ^ churrll Sum!:iy afternoon at 3
two suns survive their mothers.
Funernl services were held at the
fceW fet The offices over the First (lV|nr). Rl., r Tharp reading
^National Bank tonight
torompHy at 8 o’clock.
the service. A large crowd of sor-
**ew.rsl Important things
'rowing friends attended the funeral,
-----— — - „s this good ledv was probably one
the meeting and every mem- of ^ bp f ,;nown eitizens of Spring.
town. Burial took place at the fam-
Eer tis asked to attend.
ll ’Gives Birthday Dinner.
W. A. Wilson was 39 years
r Wife set a big dinner lnJured in Aut0 WreCk
It <*e f»Jix we—.mber of friends Mrs. Q. S 11 a ns oh was probably
*&**>S*m>**»Vited. Among injured ami her husband ser-
fflAr^reeent were Mr “ and Mrs. <onsly injured ea.ly Sunday morning
Hammer and family, A. E. Mid another man and woman were
teitchuson and family of Springtown more 0I' 1rPS 'u r < d, wh- n the car
P»nd. .'Miss Virginia Mae Hueheson of in vhieh Hu y wore riding, turned
lHaHugLujiii. over near the Harris dairy near Fort
. ’ • . ____ Worth. The party all lived In Fort
Ujjlrt Rain at Poolville, Worth and had started lo Weatli-
. ' ' PnoJrilbe got a light rain Sunday erford. It is aid Mrs. Uausch is
aftemdon, according to reports com- suffering from live broken ribs, a
• fafc to this city. It sprinkled to fractured collar hone and that It is
MILLER WRITES LETTER
TO HIS CONSTITUENTS
GIVES REASONS FOR VOTE RE-
DUCING SALARIES OF UNI-
W. N. Herring was a business
visitor to Fort Worth, Monday.
E. S. McGowan was a passenger
to Fort Worth, Monday.
' Misses Jennie and Annie Lauria
Lewis spent Sunday with triends in _
Fort Worth. To the Citizens of Parker County:
Seth Bush of Breckenridge, is vis-, >n keeping with his promise, to
iting in the city the guest of his keep his constituents informed as
uncle, Z. W. Bush. | far as possible with the proceedings
Mr and Mrs W. C. Long of Dub- of ,he House, the writer herewith
lin, spent Sunday in the city, the respectfully submits the following:
guests of Mr. Long’s mother. | The first few days of the session
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McRae of were spent in oratorical exchanges
Alamagorda, N. M„ are here visiting between those criticizing the Gover-
her brother H. C. Blakely and lam- n°>’ rtnd lhose upholding him. How-
jl ever, it was not as severe as the
Tom McClure of Eastland, came in newspapers generally expressed.
Monday afternoon and will spend a Some time was also spent in din-
few days here with relatives and cussing the Ku Klux Klan. but the
friends legislature decided in as much as
'miss Dorothy Mae Barnhill has no one knew who the Ku Klux Klan
AND TWO REEL COMEDY, “CUSTARD’S
Inals yet he wants it done in a hu-
i.x.ra „„................- mane manner. When we clean up
returned to her home in Fort Worth was. it was useless to try to lnves- our penitentiary system and abolish
after a visit with friends and rela- ligate that organization. Since that 1 fjle jbumHne methods under' which
lives in tht city. time, however, the Governor has; is conducted, then the writer may
A. j. Boyter and family of Temple sent, a message to the House recom- be jn favor of a complete repeal of
are visiting In the city, the guests mending such an investigation. It. y,e 8UBpended Bbfltence law.
tt his mother Mrs. JC Boyter and is probable that something will be ^ ^^ment to the Dean liquor
brothers and sisters. d<T b>’ »h* seer t organza «aw created much interets. After
Miss Kathleen McGehee returned ac IV lfs ° ' some legtliy speeches pro and con
to Fort Worth, Monday after a visit ,ioas' the Deau law was amended by the
in the ctiy, the guest of Mr. and le "ex ' su e submitted House 30 that the I>urchftser of
Mrs. T. T. Hensley and family. ™ch interest was the bill submitted, ^ ^ gu)Uy q( vlolatlnff
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowden re- by the Governor repea ng^^ ^jougojthe state law. This makes it pos-
turned Saturday from an automobile pence se - ■ . ‘ ,'sible for him to testify- against the
trip to Amarillo, and other points In was no "J0™ ® Senate xvill ise,ler- The House, by a large ma-
the Panhandle of Texas. They re- from all indications, the Senate will;.......
port a great time. be less so
denies that the majority’s action
icattons. me senaie wim------- --- • - will cripple the State Institutions o<
be less so The House, nevertheless.!J°ritY- v0,fid the consolidation of the hlgher ,earning ln Texas. It is
,rt a great time. modined the present suspended sen- Markets and Warehouse departments' elmply putting tUem back on last
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Phillips and ^ cJsjderablv Several ad- with the Agricultural department* .Itjyear-B mXary ba8ia. u the TTniversity
Mrs. Lena Tarkmgton have returned ^ w ere ' stricken fn.ni1>3 Probable, however, that this con-j ablo to operate on these salaries
to their homes In Waco, after a visit mnonai crimes irolidation bill will be defeated in'
the city, the guests of their sister' the list where a suspended intern e j , *"'3'
ni 0 applies, mhong which is automobile!UlP Senate.
in 1920. when prices were from 50
applies, among which is automobile!u,e oe'UH-e. jto 100 per cent higher than they
Mrs. R. H ar ey. (heft Other restrictions were added! The big feature of the called ses-1 are at present U seems that they
Misses Bulan ann Lina u iveny > ^ i .
homes In Benbrook to Hie Inw, which lessen the chances Rjon to date is the University ques- could do so now.
turne o 0,1 °ex(cnded visit in ot a professional crook from r*>ceiv-i i jon or tlie general educational bill.| As the writer expressed before,
Sunday after an x \ R jng a suspended sentence. It Is a: The majority of the House—popular-'he always appreciates letters of ad-
the city w el u ' matter of conjecture whether or noi ]y called the steam roller—have vice and encouragement from the
Baker and fam y. ,, ,, ........;n ii.n unononH ..i —,..w.4»ab ti.a caiartav of m*nc- folks at home. Respectfully,
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a few miles of Weatherford likely her lungs were punctured by
kttt n«St a drop fell here. A heavy the broken ribs. 1
rolouxl Bung In and around Spring-
cit>, the guest of . . iVhiie at first In favor of repealing j the so-called machine. However, he
ler outright the suspended sentence, vot- j has voted .against every proposition
Frank Hurst of this city and Wal- fQr tbe amendment of the bill as that he has thought was an attack
ter Hurst of Granbury, left Sunday pagge(j by the House. He has chang- on either of these Institutions. It is
*jow» fur & few hours ln the after- Norris' Exquisite Box Candies. A
I via automobile for Plainview where hjs attitude for several reasons.
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kraan Ymt file rain did not reach the "ew shipment just arrived. Several
ton_ kinds. Just the thing for your best
girl. Walter Browder’s Candy Kit-
dmwigtou Buys East Josephine Home chen.
F. W. Arrington has purchased
the home on East Josephine street
During0'^ rashTummelon W“
they will visit their father, James
Hurst. They will spend several days
in the Plains country-
Sunday was a Hot One.
Sunday was juBt about the hottest sometimes under
First : because he saw that there
were 'certain cases where, because
of circumstances surrounding the
crime, a suspended sentence should
be granted. For example, a man
tram Fired Smith and Mr. and Mrs.
to robbery or
if not the hottest. There is a dl- burglary to relive the dire condi-
.. 7-- — . , . ' II noi Hie uuttesi. mtic a, ui- uut j w
Arrington will move to the newly ments last week, quite a_ nad':; 7er8ity of opinion as to the exact tions of himself or family. Criminals
property during the next were left on the streets and in the
daSm/i, The deal was
next ‘c‘l ‘“‘7 7 degree reached as it rans all the of this class are, to some degree.
, made a ejs o t e c‘y 11 Some 0 .r®ra|way from 100 to as high as 105. entitled to the privileges of the
ttmKgtt Buckley Bros. ^ave been getting pretty stale. This I #lrong wlnd from the ea8t (or a BU8Pended sentence.
RWW«*rtlnfl^hWll8«>------i!Si ”! vanieredTvm-v nLTt "“rt Short ,ime >n tl»e afternoon «aVe the SeCOnd; Beeau8e
* I MIUU'.U uuv t
,.a .......Isap.’ 1 it.....ii gathered every night and
Be*. R P. Williams, pastor of the hauled out of Mie city this hot
Methodist church of this city, is weather they soch. »our and a big
lussbiting Rev. J. W. Leggett, pastor, nuisance is created in a. very short
of the Millsap Methodist church, in a ^ time. Clean up the rinds
trowivul mefetlng. The meeting will | -------
k*e in progress for alwut two woeks. ■ Rotarians Attention.
____ | Every member of the Weatherlord
Because the present con-
people a chance to get a good breath ditlon of our prison system is re-
but It calmed down just after the pulsive to any human man. The
sun went down and the night was writer, even though he is in -favor
very w^rm. of Justice being meted out to crim-
Nm Telephone Directory Now Out. Rotary Club is urged to attend the
Herald has Just delivered to regular noonday luncheon Tuesday.
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(be local office of the Southwestern There is some special business to
todciftioBe Company a new Spring come before the club. Remember
«■* Summer directory, for the Wea- the time, Tuesday, 12:15 at Hotel
thertord exchange. Tbe book has Parker,
fexm delayed some time on account
numerous changes In numbers,
Just received a nice shipment of
lresnli2ng from a change in the sys- fine chocolate# which ia now on dis-
*mt» The new books are now being play in tny refrigerator case. Walter
Attributed by the Company and will Browder** Candy Kitchen.
ireoEdve a hearty welcome from the
%■»! l »e**n 1 1 HIHII
__yor LuO return oi an uie uici vj
-IfetWi my place of business, Thursday night or Friday morn-
PEplSio _ ’—jii —__in ,ani nt thn xra.lno.ttnn nf a.nv nort
Pay your gas bill before the 10th.
0SIT0R of a State Bank in Texas, whose deposit ;
rotected by the State Bank Guaranty Fund, has
ever tost a dollar.
WE ARE A GUARANTY FUND BANK
And You Can’t Beat Parker
After a fellow once lives In the
county and associates with the good
old Parker county folks, cuts a few
of her big watermelons, eats the
fruit and drinks the water and other *
things produced in the county, it is
t exceedingly hard to convince a - fel-
j low that there is a better county,
forced the taxpayers in every phase People want to live here; they want
to die here, and even if deprived of
this privilege, they want to be bur-
on either of these institutions. It is
wtih regret that the writer voted to
reduce the salaries of the faculty'
in our state institutions of higher
learning, but circumstances have
of business in Texas to economize
and he believes that to be consistent
he must, as a representative of the
people, cut State expenses. He fur-
thermore believes that the faculty
members of these institutions should
be patriotic enough and willing to
bear their share of the burden caused
by the tremendous slump ln prices.
The writer sincerely hopes that it
is not a far time to the time when
economical conditions In thiB State
will improve to that degree that the
legislature can place the salaries of
these professors of different- institu-
tions of higher learning in Texas
back to their present basis. The rev-
enue of the State is limited and we
Major Hopkins and family left
here about three weeks ago for Cal
ifomia, and after he has seen the
■beauties, and even taken a bath in
the Pacific he writes us an follows:
“Everybody feeling fine and dandy,
i This is some place. The water is
fine and the climate is simply great.
But please give me old Parker coun-
ty to live and die in.”
He writes from Long Beach.
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-For the return of all the merchandise stolen by parties
_ . i___rpixn*>o/loTr nirrVit nr Tt’ri/lov mnrn
or will give 10 per cent of the valuation of any part
^returned in good condition.
age Dry Goods Co.
Special Bargains in Fords
One second hand Ford Touring Oar, 1916 model.......$100.00
One second hand i'ord Touring Car, 1917 model........ 100.00
One second hand ferd Touring Car, 1918 model........ 250.00
■d Delivery Truck......................... 150.00
ON THE FLOOR—
r,_. with ”8 in 1” body.
...____LINE OF GENUINE
T8 AND ACCESSORISE
One second hand
WE ALSO H
One brand new Fo
One brand new Fi
Civic League Picnic
A picnic on the lawn - at the G. 8.
White home will be given on next
The defeated team in the recent
membership campaign will entertain
must keep the appropi lations within 11Iuloua, _________
the revenue. This is no time, whe*. from sbc o’clock until* ten.
farmers and business men are hav- *’
ing to borrow money to pay taxes, ,
to levy additional taxes either direct tbe victorious
or indirect. I want to give the Ad members
University and A. & M. as liberal to be pre8ent.
an appropriation as possible. At tha
same time I do not want to reduce
Get ice cream for you Sunday
our revenue to the extent that the dinner at B. F. Browder's. Order
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normal schools and rural schaplf;before going to church and-get it
will be impoverished. The Writer[ on time.
Do You Ever Consider the Future?
i \ —A substantial savings account will grow at a aurpris-
• lag rate from small jegul^r deposits and will prove the basis- *
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may have enteHaintfli^
plan of lifelong hope you
Palo Pinto St.
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