The Daily Herald (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 146, Ed. 1 Monday, July 1, 1918 Page: 4 of 4
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—THE LY RIC
Office Opens at 7:45 —
—Show Starts at 8:00
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America'* Most Popular Actor
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The powerful portrayal of a man’s Herculean struggle
against overwelming odds.
“Punch” has become a much abused word in motion pic-
tures. But “Rough and Ready” certainly has that quality
in abundance. It is packed with swiftest action.
Wm. Farnum’s portrayal of Bill Stratton, a man whose
heart was seared by an unjust accusation, but whose soul re-
mained as white as ever, will live in your memory.
You never have known how wonderfully beautiful snow
can appear on the screen, until you have seen it in “Rough
and Ready,” scenes of which are laid in the frozen North.
“I’ll Sit in Your Parlor Some Day!”
Vowed Big John Doran. He was a man of primeval strength
and elemental passions. She was a shallow, selfish society
beauty who had used him as a “plaything.” Now she had
tired of this new “novelty;” had scorned him as common clay
and her scorn had stung him to the quick and had awakened
in him his dormant manhood and slumbering power. In his
own way, he voved that some day he would be her equal—he
would make her pay for her derision.
Harry T. Morey ■with
% Golden Goal”
A smashing 5 part Blue Ribbon feature with a punch in every
foot, presenting Harry Morey in the best role
of his entire screen 'career.
Also “The Universal Weekly” and
a Big V comedy
Don’t forget Wednesday’s and Thursday’s special attrac-
tion—see ad elsewhere in this issue.
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111 60 TQ CAMP MABRY
RE-COMBING OF DRAFT LIST BE-
GUN—JULY QUOTAS NOW
WEATHERFORD TO CLOSE
ALL DAY JULY FOURTH
Secretary Drake began passing a
closing agreement among the mer-
chants of Weatherford Monday morn-
ing, the purpose of which was to get
every one to agree to close their
places of business all day on July 4,
and thereby give their employees a
day off that they spend it as suits
their own conveniences, and at the
same time observe the day in some
• The secretary had only been able to
work North Main stret, but he stated
no one had refused to sign the agree-
ment and he felt safe in stating that
practically every store in the city
would close on that day.
Speaking for the Herald, we will
announce in advance that we will is-
sue no paper on the Fourth. It has
Parker County has been called upon
for its first quota of limited service
men under the selective service draft,
Provost Marshal General Crowder has
issued a call for several thousand
men of the limited service class and
Texas is called upon to furnish a quo-
ta of 400 men. The men will be for-
warded to Camp Mabry, near Austin,
to be trained as auto mechanics.
Registrants of at least grammar.
school education and experience along
mechanical lines are wanted An ef- *
fort will first be made to fill the quota been th; c‘ustom of the paper for sev.
by volunteer induction but if the re- era] years t0 observe July 4, Thanks-
quired number has not been recruited j gjving day and christmas day as holl.
by July 5, the draft will be enforced. jdayg and thiB cugtom wi)I prevail
A communication was received by the ___
local draft board Monday stating that j Alamo Division Lads in France,
the county would be called upon to. The 90th division of the National
furnish a portion of the state’s quo- Army, composed of Texas and Okla-
ta but the exact number tp be called homa selected men, has arrived in
from Parker County was not indicated. France, according to information re-
There are but twenty limited serv-'ceived in Weatherford, and which is
Ice men in this county and several of now permissible to announce. Ap-
these are not qualified for service un- jproximately forty Parker county boys
der the present call. j are in the 90th division, having left
The Parker County exemption Weatherford in the early drafts, and
board began the reclassification of practically all are believed to have
the county’s draft list Monday in ac-1 accompanied the division across,
cordance with the new “work or Many of the Parker county boys are
fight" program recently announced by members of the 360th infantry regi-
the Provost Marshal General. No an-1 ment, which is composed entirely of
- nouncement will be made by the draft t Texans. The division was recruited
board until the final reclassification early last fall and trained at Camp
is made. The local draft board Is al-! Travis. It is one of the first draft
bo at work on the June 15 contingent divisions to reach France and will
which will he entrained on that date' probably be among the first divisions
tor Fort Sam Houston. Eleven men composed of*selected men to hold a
will go In this quota. The names will' sector of the western front. The di-
be announced by the board within a (vision is under command of Major
few days. Two auto mechanics will [General Henry T. Alien,
be entrained for the auto mechanics:
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Judge I. W. Stephens is up from the
ranch today transacting business.
Uncle Jimmie Floyd has been laid
up at home for several days, but was
reported as better Monday.
Miss Ida Bell Leach left Saturday
for a visit with her uncle, J. D. Blain
Tullis Cofer of the quartermaster’s
department at Camp Bowie, spent
Sunday with homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Grindstaff leit
this morning far a ten days visit to
friends in Austin and Galveston.
Mrs.*S. L. Bingford returned to her
home in Fort Worth Monday after a
visit with friends in Weatherford.
W. R. Vivrett, after an absence ol
several weeks from his work, is now
able to spend each morning at his
Lieut. E. C. Bloom of the U. S. den-
tal reserves-, left Monday morning foi
San Antonio, where he will be sta-
Dan D. Hartnett has returned from
Hot Springs, Ark., where he went a
few weeks ago for the benefit of his
Mrs. E. H. Payne and children ol
Kinder, La., and Mrs. R. W. Miller of
Shreveport, La., are visiting their
mother, Mrs. R. E. Bell.
Raymond Caperton returned to his
home in Fort Worth Sunday after a
short visit at the home of Mrs. Addie
Mitcham, of Soward avenue.'
W. A. Sandlin, assistant cashier,
and N. J. Otey, vice president of the
First National Bank of Glenrose, were
in Weatherford Sunday, the guests of
Geo. W. Fritz and family.
R. Stroud Railey left Sunday for
Waco, where he will be employed dur-
ing the next few months assisting in
the installation of a sanitary plumbing
system at Camp MacArthur.
SPEAKS AT COURT HOUSE IN IN-
TEREST OF CANDIDACY TO
training school at Austin July 5.
To the Farmers of Parker and Palo
You will be needing extra money to
for your War Savings Stamp
) Don’t forget the name of the reme-|
dy you need when the stomach or;PaYB
bowels are disordered. Prickly Ash1 pledges and Liberty bond obligations,
quickly corrects such troubles Come to the plant of the Acme Brick
you feel bright and cheer- company, Bennetts, Txeas, and work
ttorime. u'is the^ose u- dQriDS the D10n,hs of Ju,y and *ugust'
You can earn extra money if you will
do this. Phone Mr. H. B. Fling, plant
ACME BRIClT COMPANY. torment was
., r“" Wortb:,
tly that prevents sickness
se. Price $1.26 per bottle,
f Ce. and City Drug Co.,
NOTICE, FORD CAR
If you want genuine Ford
parts you must buy here.
If you want imitation parts
We are the only authorized
Ford agents in the county.
Come here and get exactly
what you pay for;
W e are prepared to supply
Yours for business.
E & L Garage
CLARENCE HOPKINS, Owner
Palo Pinto Street
Approximately 1,000 citizens of Par-
ker county heard Governor Hobby
speak in the interest of his candidacy
for governor in the district court room
at the court house Monday afternoon
at 2 o’clock. Governor Hobby arrived
Monday morning at 10 o’clock over
the Texas & Pacific from Austin,
where he had been since Saturday
night. He was met at the station by
the Parker County Hobby committee
and taken at once to the Montfort
hotel, where a luncheon was served
at the noon hour. Fully fifty automo-
biles were in the parade from the
union station to thje hotel.
The luncheon at ih^ Montfort hotel
was attended by members of the Par-
ker County Hobby committee together
with representatives of the various
voting precincts of the county. Among
those present were W. W. McCrary,
Judge J. M. Richards, W. S. Fant, J.
H. Doss, Rev. W. M. Elliott, Rev. J.
N. McCain, Rev. T. S. Barcus, W. H.
Reynolds of Buckner, Preston Martin,
Judge T. F. Temple, Judge and Mrs.
F. O. McKinsey, Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
Collier, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Alvis and
Judge E. A. Swofford.
Governor Hobby was introduced by
Mayor Bunch, who in the course of
his introductory remarks paid a'glow-
ing tribute to Governor Hobby, declar-
ing that more substantial legislation
had been enacted during the short
time he had been in office than any
time in the history of»the state.
Governor Hobby’s address was along
lines similar to speches in other parts
of the state. In beginning his address
the governor paid a high tribute to
the women voters of the state, assert-
ing that he was glad that the time had
finally come in the statt
when a candidate could
body of voters as fellow citizens and
include the women. Fully one-third
of the crowd who heard Governor
Hobby were women and many of them
seemed to be enthusiastic Hobby sup-
porters. Women campaign workers
were stationed at each entrance to the
court house throughout the speaking
distributing Hobby literature to wom-
en and men alike.
Governor Hobby was speaking at
press time Monday afternoon. A sum-
mary of his address will appear in
Tuesday’s issue of the Herald.
Office opens 7:45 p.m. Show staffs 8:00 p.fQ.
(Neer Time) (Stw Time)
William S. Hart
A selfish man redeemed by love. “Primitive self-love yields
to innocence andFpurity of soul.” Brutal man is
transformed in love’s crucible, etc.
Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle
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Tomorrow, “THE DOOR B*ETWEEN.” . -
Wednesday, June Elvidge in “THE OLDEST LAW.”
Thursday, Mildred Harris in “THE PRICE OF A GOOD
TIME,” Specal Attraction—Famous Lois Weber production.
RAILWAY STATIONS CONSOLI-
DATED; MYERS IS AGENT
Upon orders received from Director
General McAdoo, the Santa Fe sta-
tion in Weatherford was closed Sat-
urday night and all business of that
confidence of those with whom he was
associated. Walter Carter was among
the first who answered the call from
this county, being one of the seven
men sent to Camp Travis last Septem-
ber. He joined the third officers’
training school and after weeks of
hard work and study he came home on
a short furlough, marked for a com-
mission. Soon after receiving his com-
mission, he, with several other young
officers, were transferred to Camp
Lee ,Va., for further service.
The Herald joins the hundreds of
friends of this young couple in ex-
tending them its best wishes for a
bright and happy future. Mrs. Carter
will remain near Camp Lee until
Lieut. Carter is called upon to cross
the waters in the defense of his coun-
A coated tongue, bad breath, dizzi-
ness and a clogged condition in the
bowels can be quickly relieved by us-
ing Prickly Ash Bitters. It is pre-em-
inently efficient in such ailments.
Price $1.25 per bottle. Kindel Drug
Co. and City Drug Co. special agents.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS BUYING
EGGS MUST BE LICEN8ED
Anyone who sells poultry or eggs in
any other- way than at retail to the
consumer, regardless of the amount
of business done, must be licensed by
the United States Food Administra-
tion, announces Administrator Peden.
These are many country storekeep-
ers whose business is mostly retail
selling, but who buy eggs and some-
times poultry from the farmers. They
have never considered themselves as
operators of poultry and egg' packing
plants, but in reality that is what they
railway transferred to the Texas & are. The fact that they are in the
T. F. Abbott, who has been crippled
up with rheumatism for several
months, is reported to be getting bet-
ter. Mr. Abbott gets about with some
difficulty, but his friends are glad to
know that he is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Elam of Agnes
were in Weatherford Monday. They
had just received a message that their
son, who has been in the base hospital
at Camp Travis for ten days with
pneumonia, was better, and if compli-
cations did not arise, be would soon
Mrs. J. H. Endacott and daughter,
Miss Willie will likely return this
Stamford for some months are at
home in Weatherford for a short tira£
Miss Willie will ikely return this
week, but Mrs. Endacott will remain
until her son, John Hubert, goes into
the army. Young Endacott joined the
cavalry troop organized in this coun-
ty, but will likely transfer and enlist
in the navy.
Barto N. Turpin Join* Marines.
Barto H. Turpin of PoolvUle, filed
an application with Howard Rea, lo-
cal merchant marine recruiting ager.t,
Monday, as a sailor in the United
States merchant marine. If accepted
for service, Turpin will be forwarded
to the New Orleans merchant marine
training station and after a period ol
two or three months schooling will
be assigned to duty aboard one ol
Uncle Sam’s new merchant ships.
Death of Mr*. L. M. Fling.
Mrs. L. M. Fling, aged 74, old Par
ker County resident, died Saturday
afternoon at the home of her son, H.
B. Fling at Bennett, after an illness of
several month b. Her son, H. B.
Fling, is superintendent of the Bennelt
Brick Works. Mrs| Fling had resided
at the home of her son for many
years. Funeral services were held
from the residence in Bennett Sunday
afernoon. The body was brought
evrland by Cotten-Bratton late i&Jgi
afternoon to' Wektherford where in-
male in the City oeme-
Pacific station. W. W. Myers, the T.
& P. agent, will remain station agent,
in charge of both companies.
A. A. Putman, who has been cashier
at the Santa Fe, goes to the Texas &
Pacific as assistant cashier, and Hen-
ry Hart, the warehouse man, will per-
form similar work with the consoli-
W. A. Brown, who has been agent
of the Santa Fe in Weatherford for
several years, and who is credited
with being the oldest agent in the
service of the Santa Fe, is out of town
for a few days, looking for a location.
On account of his priority of service
with the Santa Fe, it is reported the
company has given him choice of sev-
eral good agency positions. Mr.
Brown is a very efficient railroad man
and his work in Weatherford has giv
en the Santa Fe quite a nice increase
in business since he took hold of the
office. He is a splendid citizen and
Weatherford regets to lose him from
G. C. Dill, who has been with the
Santa Fe only a few months has not
made plans for the future.
Miss Marzelle Hart and Lieut. Wal-
ter S. Carter were quietly married in
the parlors of a hotel in Petersburg,
Va„ Sunday afternoon at 5 o’clock.
This announcement was made by wire
to Mrs. Hart Monday morning. The
marriage had been planned for Satur-
day, but on account of bad railway
connections Mr. Hart and Miss Mar-
zelle did not arrive in Petersburg un-
til Sunday morning.
These two young people were born
and reared In Weatherford and. Par-
ker county. They come from our
best families and their wedding is the
culmination of a courtship of long
standing. Miss Hart is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Hart and her win-
some ways and happy manner has
won for her the admiration and ado-
ration of all of Weatherford. She is
accomplished and domesticated and
will grace the home of the young man
to whom she has plighted her life
when be returns from the waf.
Lieut. Walter S. Carter, was one of
Weatherford’s young business men, a
son of Mrs. T. 8. Carter, who by.
retail business on too small a scale
to require a retailer’s license does not
alter the case. In order to comply
with the law they must fill our blanks
obtained from the United States food
administration and have licenses is-
A drowsy, half-sick, discouraged
feeling is caused by a torpid liver and
impurities in the stomach and bowels.
Prickly Ash Bitters is a prompt and ef-
ficient remedy. Try it. Price $1.25
per bottle. Kindel Drug Co. and City
Drug Co. special agents.
DOKEYS PRE8ENT 8ERVICE
FLAG TO PYTHIAN HOME
A service flag containing five stars
was unfurled at the Pythian Home
Sunday afternoon in honor of the five
lads from the Home who are now in
the service of their country. The cer-
emony was witnessed by a large num-
ber of Pythians from Weatherford,
Fort Worth and surrounding towns.
The flag was presented by Azotos
Temple, Knights of Khorassan of Fort
Worth. G. A. Tomlinson of Fort Worth
delivered the presentation address
and Rev. J. N. McCain of Weather-
ford delivered the address in behalf
of the Home.
LADIE8 OF PARKER COUNTY
BEGAN REGISTERING MONDAY
The women of Parker county began*
registering Monday morning at the* '
tax collector’s office. The first lady t»
register was one of Parser county's
oldest citizens—Mrs. A. M. Riddr£.wh»
has been a citizen here for more thiihfe ’
sixty years. Her ege was given as 7t£
and her occupation that of Red Cross:
worker. Though advanced in years.
Mrs. Rider is in quite grod health and! J;„
it is her pleasure and delight to kft
able to do something for the comfort.
of the boys in khaki.
At noon Monday slxty-two ladies had5
filled out their registration certifi-
cates. Some of the ladies are a little-
timid about filling out the blanks, hut. :m
as the custom continues this will sopn>
wear off and they will appear at the*
booth in a business-like manner. ,
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New Ruling on 8ugar.
County Food Administrator McCles-
key has received from the Btate too*
administrator’s office a quantity
blanks that all bakeries, rftstaj
hotels and retail merchants
sugar are required to fill out nixlj
to the state administrator. Tk
plications for tbe handling m %\
must be sent in by July 15th or their-
supply will be cut off for the baldfiee'
of the year. *
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The sudden shortage of sugar comes:
from the fact that many sugar .facto-
ries in France have been destroyed it*
the recent German drive and through^
submarine activites as well as a short-
age in many countries.
Parties interested had best see Mr.
McClesky at once.
Bids wanted for construction
modern three room school building at
Adell-Centraa. For full information
call at office of county superiotsuiMpt.;
All bids must be made by Monday,.
W. V. 8HADLE, Go. Supf.
Bids wanted for construction oft
modern one-room school building ‘at
Oakdale. For full information call at
office of county superintendent All
bids must be made by Monday, July
W. V. SHADLE, Co. SnpL
R. L. Bains left today for Ladonic §
on a business trip.
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