The Daily Herald (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 202, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 5, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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The Great War“
That now threatens to devastate Europe, has played havoc with
prices; it has upset commercial affairs all over the world and
put our people to guessing how the cotton of our land will find
& market and at what price.
The situation is a little serious at present, we will admit,
but we advise our friends and OUR CUSTOMERS to lose no
sleep on that account; you make the cotton, it will be paid for.
The financial interests of the country are aroused and there
will be a solution to the problem; for your interest is our in-
terest. When your cotton is ready for the market, should the
price not justify you to sell, we feel sure that we can tide you
over until prices improve.
Don’t cross tag bridge until you get to it. If it then looks
Merchants & Farmers State Bank
♦ CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. ♦
SISTER: Read ny FreeOFFERt
First Presbyterian Cbnrch.
Th,e pastor. Rev. S. L. Rieves, will
occupy his pulpit at both hours, 11 a.
County Judge T,ample has received m- antl 8 P m-
the following letter from W. P. Dough-
ty, state superintendent of pubttc in-
Junior Endeavor, a p. m.
Senior Endeavor, 7 p. m.
struction, relative to the institution] Sunday school, 9:4o a. m
of the course of instruction in cotton! Altfather, superintendent,
grading as provided by the United i A cordial invitation Jo the public.!
States government: j -
Central Christian Church.
State Department of Education, Aus
tin. To County Judges and County
Judges and County 1 *lave returned from my summer’s depressed spirits, melancholy, desire to oryw
work in the evangelistic field, and be- fear of something evil about to happen, creeping feeling along the spine, palpitation.
Courts.—Gentlemen : .... i hot flashes, weariness, sallow completion with dark circles under the eyes, pain M
(VI n nirwr u-ifh CimHnv Cnnt won I .. .... . ______i a II il.4 IK. I ^_____. ■ ■ i • r “
I am a woman.
I know a woman'* trials.
I know her need of sympathy and help.
If you, my sister, are unhappy because of 1
health, if you feel unfit for household duti
social pleasures, or daily employment, wv,««
and tell me just how you suffer, and ask for nap
free ten days’ trial of a home treatment sultsa
to your needs. Men cannot understand women’s
sufferings. What we women know from ex-
perience, we know better than any man. I want
to tell you how to cure yourself at home at %
cost of about 12 cents a week.
If you suffer from women’s peculiar ailments
causing- pain In the head, back, or bowels, fssl,
ing of weight and dragging-down sensatlMfc,
falling or displacement of pelvic organs, causing
kidney and bladder weakness or constipation
and piles, painful or Irregular periods, catarrhk|
conditions and discharges, extreme nervouensss,
depressed spirits, melancholy, desire " ----
1 respectfully call your attention to £innin& with Sunday, Sept. 6th, reg- j the left breast, or a general feeling that life Is not worth living.
the law' enacted by the Thirty-third
legislature requiring the teaching of
ular services will be resumed as usu-
al. It is urged that all members of;
I INVITE YOU TO SEND TODAY FOR NIY FREE TEN DAYS’ TREATMENT
mtton rlnKHinr- in nm.ntv tonrhora’ in the local congregation make an ear-! and learn how these ailments can be easily and surely conquered at home without
tt lass ng n county teacners in effort to he nresent -it the firgf I the dangers and expense of an operation. When you are cured, and able to enjoy
ctitntccL ana tn thn r>„hiir oohAnio nf u<ssl K " preseiii. at uie nr. i ] bje again, you can pass the good word along to some other sufferer. My home trsxta
Regular ment is for young or old. To Mothers of Daughters, X will explain how to overcome
I green sickness (chlorosis), irregularities, headaches, and lassitude in young women
i and restore them to plumpness and health. Tell me if you are worried about youih
I daughter. Remember, it costs you nothing to give my home treatment a ten dayir
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OFFICIAL TIME TABLE.
Texas & Pacific Station.
No. 2, to Texarkan..a............ 4:15 a.m.
No. 9, St. Louis and N. 0....... 5:41 am.
No. 10, Min. Wells to Dallas 7:55 am.
No. 8, to Dallas...................... 3:00 p.m.
No. 4, St Louis and N. 0....... 4:50 p.m.
No. 12, Motor to FT. Worth.. 5:20 p.m
No. 7, to Abilene and M. W... 9:21 a.m.
No. 11, Motor to M. W.......—10:40 am.
No. S, to Ell Paso .................11:22 am.
No. 9, to Mineral Wells........ 5:10 p.m.
No. 1, to Sweetwater ............ 9:22 p.m.
No. 6, to El Paso....................11:04 p.m.
Trains No. 1 and 2 connect at Sweet-
Water with the K. C. M. & O. for Saa
Angelo and Coleman.
Santa Fe Station.
Arrive from Cleburne............11:20 a.m.
Depart for Cleburne............ 3:40 p.m.
stitutes and in the. public schools of
this state. This law’ goes into effect
September 1. 1914. I would especially
call your attention to Section 4, Cliap1-
of the Sieason’B services,
services as follows:
9:45 a. m., Sunday school session
. yo _ . _____
_____ .____________—______ . ____, | trial, and does not interfere with daily work. If health Is worth asking for, then
ter 70, General Law. of tlte Thirty- TfltT.'e’nTSi
third Legislature, re-gular
which reads as follows:
session, 10:4l> a ^munion service, and ; To save Ume.you can'Tut'out this' offer1, mark''your'Veei'ingT and re^rntS
sermon by pastor.
Send today, as you may not see this offer again. Address,
6:45 p. in., Christian Endeavor ses-
“The county commissioners’ courts sjon Jpd by H E Berg
LONDON NEWSPAPER SUGGESTS
PRESIDENT ASK KAISER’S
Stated meeting of Phoenix
Lodge No. 275, A. E- & A. M.
Saturday night on or before
> full moon in each month.
W. G. GIBBS, W. M.
J. G. SHARP, Secretary.
! i h
London, Sept. 5.—The London Spec-
tator, discussing German operations
at Louvain says:
“We venture to take this opportuni-
ty of again suggesting that President
Wilson should approach the German
emperor and ask him for a plain dec-
laration of what his intentions are
with regard to all the treaties signed
in hi3 behalf at The Hague."
The newspaper says that English-
men, no matter what Emperor Wil-
liam’s answer might be, would have
no thought of reprisals, adding that
there must be no policy of an eye for
an eye and a tooth for a tooth.
“Here is Mr. Wilson’s opportunity,"
the Spectator continues. “The United
States is strictly neutral—as honestly
neutral toward Germany, we are sure,
as toward ourselves—but she is the
only neutral great power except Italy
left outside the orbit of war.
"We earnestly hope that Mr. Wilson,
finding himself in this position—par-
ticularly since he represents a nation
deeply committed to the principles of
The Hague—will boldly ask the Ger-
man emperor to declare his inten-
OJ PYTHIAS tions. Mr. Wilson can act where no
Lone, |^tar Lodge No. 4 one cise could, as the spokesman of
K. of P. meets every Tues- civilization and of human rights. The
question to be put to the German em-
peror sould be asked n a manner that
would admit of no misunderstanding
“Does the. German emperor repudi-
ate the Geneva convention and per-
haps even more binding—the common
understanding of Europe that has
grown up in the last two hundred
years—does he repudiate all The
Hague conventions? Wc ought to
know. In our opinion, the United
States owes it to civilization to find
out for the rest of the world.”
of all counties coming under the pro-
visions of this act shall provide for at
least one set of the official types or
‘standards’ to be placed in charge of
the county superintendent of public
instruction, or the ex-officio county ,
superintendent of public instruction, I
whose duty it shall be to use them for j
the purposes of instruction in classi-
fication of cotton: to lend them to
summer normal schools and teachers’ ■
institutes held in his county, and t ,
have types of same made for the va-
rious schools in his county applying
for same, provided, that such schools
7:45 p. m., song service and sermon.
“Successors and Unfinished Biz.”
Regular mid week prayer meeting
Wednesday night at 7:45
II. E. BERG, Pastor.
I. 0. 0. F.
No. 77, I. O. O. F. meets
•very Thursday night in hall over
YYrlght’s grocery, North Main St.
JNO. W. McMAHAN, N. G.
WM. HAAS, Secretary.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m..
Junior League, 2 p. in.
I Young People sSociety, 3 p. m.
i Preaching at 11 a. m. by pastor.
Service at night led by the primary
department of the Sunday school.
i You are invited to all these services,
shall pay the cost of making said ■ tbp lmlo chlldren special,y invite
types. | yOU to service.
The county commissioners courts of q ^ DANIEL. Pastor.
all counties coming under the provis-j _
ions of this act are required to pro- j (|f j>_ Home.
cure at least one set of official types, Regular Sunday afternoon services
or “standards” to be placed in charge 'at 3..,0 0.clo(.k Xa|k by u. E. Berg of!
Box H, SOUTH BEND, IND^
session except on Sunday and Sunday
night when I shall come home to fill
C. H. RAY, Pastor.
First Methodist Uhnrrh.
Tomniorrow being communion Sun-
day at. First Methodist church, the
service will be appropriate to the oc-
casion. The subject of the morning
sermon will be "The Christian.” In
the evening the subject will be "Con-
science.” Let it be noted that the
hour of the evening service is chang-
<d from 8 to 7:45 p. m.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.. E. G.
Visitors always made welcome.
Grace Presbyterian Church.
The services at this church tomor-
of the county superintendent. To ob- Central Christian church. Everybody j row will be as usual. Sunday school
tain th.ese “standards,” I suggest that we|conv,
you correspond with the United States i _
Department of Agriculture. Washing- Pirsi Baptist Chareh.
ton, D. C., or with Prof. J. B. Baglej,! Sabbath school, 9:45 a. m., R.
College, Station, Texas. It is impera- Enox_ superintendent,
five that the county commissioners’! Preaching at n a m an(1 7:30
at 9:45 a. in., and preaching at 11 a.
m. and 7:45 p. m. All are cordially
I invited to worship with us. I
E. J. G. PATTON, Pastor.
A RUSSIAN HEBO*
lxmdon, Sept. 5.—A Petrograd <jt8-
patch to the Central News says that
a Jewish medical student of Vilna
named Osnas received five military
cross of St. George for saving the col-
ors of his regiment in the last extrem-
ity during the terrible lighting in
Aluminum cooking utensils can be
cleansed of stains by boiling in a so-
lution of four tablespoonsful of oxallo
acid crystals to one gallon of water.
A high temperature cement, whtob
is said to work as well as fire brick
in temperatures between 1500 an<l
3100, has been invented.
courts supply their respective county m by the pastor
superintendents or ex-officio county , prayer meeting Wednesday ieven-
superintendents with the types or , jng a.t 7: 3rt.
“standards” at once to be used by j you arp cordially invited to each
him in the institutes which will begin Qf HervlcoB
An electric railroad in Pennsylva-
nia has adopted cars that may be ussd
either for freight or passengers, the
scats folding against the sides.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath Hi*!,
'lay night. Knights visit
ng always welcome. Cas-
tle Hall West Side Square.
J. E. VALENTINE, C. C.
T. T. HENSLEY, K. R. & S.
• H. C. Shropshire
ATTORNEY IT LAW
Rooms 22 23 and 24, Kuteman Building,
General law practice in all State and
Corporation and Commercial Law, and
Banking, Bankruptcy, Insurance, Pro-
bate ana Real Estate Litigation, given
Land titles carefully examined.
| Mrs. Pearl Lowe ;;
Teacher of Voice
rWill open her class September 7th.
Studio at her residence.
September 1. and for comparison while
marking other samples for the various !
schools of the county.
Trusting that you will have th^se.
ready for the coming season, I am, j
W. E. DOUGHTY.
W A. WRAY, Pastor.
(Mineral Wells index >
Messrs. W. J. Wood. R. II. Beetham,
W C. Poston, A. I.. Howard and Fred j
North Side Baptist.
9:30 a. m.. teachers’ meeting.
9:45 a. m„ Sunday Bohool, J. N.
11 a. m., preaching by pastor.
3:00 p. m.. Sunbeam Band.
7:00 p. m„ B. Y. P. U.
8:00 p. m., preaching by the pastor
Monday, 3 p. m.. Ladles Aid.
Wednesday, 8 p. m., prayer meeting.
I will be in attendance at the county
Evangelist A. 0. Colley hits return-
ed from his vacation and will preach j he ia senior partner of the firm yl
regularly henceforth every Lord's day. | U Cheney & Co., doing business In th*
City of Toledo, County and
j aforesaid, and that said firm will j>*,>
a jthe sum of ONE HUNDRED t«,i^
Burman made a trip over the road ■ assoviation at Buckner throughout thetglea.
the east of town to consider the feasi-i ^________—m
bility of changing the present road j ........---.......— ■
Bible studies at 10 a. tn.
Lord's supper and preaching, 11
m. Preaching at 8 p. m. I LARS for each and every cane of
The preacher will be glad to mee;|b,rrh that cannot be cursed by
all the members at these services. j UBe of 11A,'U ^^Vr^RRH^(^RB ^
i Sworn to before me and subseru
In my presence, this 6th day of De-
cember, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON
Hall’s Catarrh Cure la taken l&Ur-
Dviliy and acts directly upon the bhx>4
and mucous surfaces of the ar*t«<u.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Tolert... O
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
vkc Hall’s Family Pills for
Dinner Monday. Bakcr-Poston old
building Fourth Ward Improvement
A new type of water tower for
fighting fires projects an arm into a
building and from It throws a number
of Rtreams of water at different an-
SAYS BUDAPEST PEO-
PIE ARE SORROWFUL.
Miss Pearl Davis
\ Studio, Bascom Hud-
► V UlVL gon’siResidenoe—
402 SOUTH MAIN
SySouthwestern Phone, No. 95-m.
• SOS MSSi
3: Miss Helen Stanley
Piano and Harmony
Studio for school months at'R. L. Hobbs'
residence, near Central Building
By Aa-ociated Presa.
London, Sept. 5.—A dispatch to the
Chronicle from Ostend says:
“A tourist who has just arrived here
from Budapest after nearly a week's
trip, said: ‘There'is a feeling of com-
plete despair in Budapest. This is
caused mainly by the practical aban-
donment of the campaign against Ser-
via, which had the whole souled sup-
port of the populace, who believe that
(only one sharp stroke was needed to
j demolish Servia. Yet. at the end. of a
month not a single Austrian soldier is
on Servian soil.
’’ ’The position of the dual monarchy
is very serious, if it is compelled to
j make poace with Servia on account of
the chronic difficulties with the Slav
• population. The people iri Budapest
j believe that the breaking up of the
i whole Austro-Hungarian structure is
“‘The failure of the army s^-nt
! against the Russians is also disheart-
, ening to the Austro-Hungarians. The
newspaper censorship in Budapest is
so rigid that the people practically
have ceased reading the newspapers’ ”
from the top of Bunker’s Hill and run-
ning it straight east, instead of south-
east, as at present.
Any one who will stand at the top
of’the hill and follow the line of the j
fence to the northside of the road can i
see what the road will do for us. It
will lie more direct, in the first place,
and secondly, it will cut out the places
on the present road that no amount of
work can guarantee will not overflow.
The trip showed that the latter
places are badly cut up by the rains I
and the work done by Tom Green is
not only practically destroyed, hut the
water went over places that arc much
higher than th<* graded spots.
Not a great (V-a! of work would be
necessary on the new road and what
little expense there is would he di-
vided between Palo Pinto and Parker]
It is the intention of tlv commit-
tee to take the matter up with the
two commissioners and get them to
act As Mr Joe Neal has already-ex-
pressed himself anxious to take this
route, it is felt that Mr. Beaty will do
whatever he can to help get a road
for this section.
It is certain that it is had economy
to spend money in graveling that will
be washed away
Tbs Weekly Herald—|1.M t*r ysar
The Fifst National Bank
of Weatherford, Texas
Surplus .. . $100,000
W. S. Faat, President
€L M. Bowie, YWe President b. YY. Darin, ( ashler
L. Ju Dnrls, Tiee President Georgs Fnnt, Assistant ( Ankler
W. J. MiUao Hugh JtcGrattn* harry Baker
Xubn orihe < apture- Aeroplane.
Harwich. Eng . Sept. 5.—A British
submarine has brought in a German
airman and his mechanician who wer
found floating on their fallen aero-
piano sixty miles off the coast. Af-
ter rescuing the men the submarine
sank the aeroplane.
WANT D\Y OF PRAYER
SET BY PRESIDENT.
Washington, Kept 5—Many origins]
request President Wilson to designate
a day of prayer for peace.
• recently patented case for smok-
ers is arranged to hold-cjgarp in one]
side and cigarette* and matches la!
Field experiments in Ireland have
shown that liquid manure produces
better crops of hay than any other]
Co-operation Means Success In
Corporation on the part of citizens and
business men of Weatherford means
Look on the bright side of life; remem-
ber it could be worse.
Patronize your local business men; they
are the people who not only go to your
releif when you are in need, but they
contribute largely to every enterprise.
And incidentally, remember, the Herald
will appreciate your orders for advertis-
ing, job printing or subscription.
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