The Daily Herald (Weatherford, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 313, Ed. 1 Monday, January 16, 1922 Page: 4 of 4
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To the Last Man
OFFICE OFENC 7:00
ZANE GREY’S LATEST (BOOK.
—Just out this month. We have a supply of them. $1.00
popular copyright, now going at
WATCH THIS SPACE POR FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY PROGRAMS
AND TWO REEL COMEDY, “TEDD'S GOAT
*♦♦***•♦*♦ •♦•*•*! John Hart and family were visiting
j»»vsm£n’ » | in Fort Worth, Sunday.
♦ Messrs. Chas. H. and Robert Cope
- jwent to Dallas, Monday morning to
L. Waldron, is in the eastern mar- **«end to business matters,
jts purchasing spring stock for his j Dr. R. L. Harris came in Saturday
dies special shop in this city. ; afternoon from Cross Plains where
George C. Poston left Sunday for j he spent several days on business.
C. N. Brooks, manager of the
Standard Battery Service, is spend-
ing a few days in Waxahaotaie, vis-
iting an only uncle.
J. P. Abney, general chairman of
the Telegraphers on the Texas &
Pacific system, was a business vis-
itor here, Saturday.
Miss Frances Kimbrough came in
Saturday afternoon and is spending
a few days with her grandparents
Mr and Mrs. W. J. Morton.
I Mrs. Sallie Elkins is reported as
being very ill at her home on Edna
street, but her condition Monday was
some better than it was the day
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Ratliff of Dal-
las, Mr. and Mrs. J W. Barber, Miss
Robbie and Master Joy Barber of
Arlington motored over to H. W
Hilliard’s yesterday and spent the
The enforcement of the automobile
... „ , . . tax law has again been
year. e was n a rem n s ftn(j no penalties win now be assess-
"*** and stePPed back forty ed until after the 31st day of Jan-
to relate history that will prob- uary This actjon WJU} ,aken by 10cal
«hlr refresh the memory of many of | ofticlals s0 as t0 make the penalties
wn older citizens.
In the fall of 1881 he lived in Young
mtlj but moved to Parker county
Qftity in 1882. He said that the wea-
ther conditions of this past summer
«ad ton have almost been a duplicate
oC that of forty years ago. There were
ato toll rains and very little cold wea-
ther. Christmas day, he said, was so
Wun that a coat was really uncom-
TiQtalili In February one of the hea-
Trirnl snows that ever fell in this sec-
tions of the state came, and this was
'XoUaered by sufficient rains to make a
orop, and a good one at that. He says
Eto saw cotton on the Brazos river
%Mt was higher than any man, and it
wu loaded. Other crops were also
Jenkins, who arrived in that city
Saturday, where they will purchase
spring stock for the big Baker-Poston
W. A. Smiih wil; leave this week
for G'Hiley, anil has turned over the
Modern Woodmen books and ac-
counts to Dr. D. J. Lowrey, at Kellys
Drug Store, who will act as clerk
of the Weatherford Camp until a
clerk is elected by the lodge.
George Brasheacs was in the city
Monday from Brock, and says that
everything in the farming line is
standstill at this
—With a cast of 10,060 persons. The story of a young
man in search of his soul.
VIRGINIA CALDWELL and ALEX fi. FRANCIS
j somewhat on a
time. The rains have not
sufficient to put the ground in a
condition for working and farming in
all lines will likely be delayed,
j Col. Leach is spending a few days
! at home from West Texas, wheure
i he is looking after cotton interests
for his firm. He says that Weather-
'ford looks good to him. and when
jit comes to water, it looks exceptlon-
I ally good az many of the West Texas
I towns are without even drinking
[water. In some instances water is
j being hauled in by the car load and
is selling at 10 cents a gallon. Tak- jico, is here spending a week looking!
j ing the county as a whole, he says j after business .and visiting relatives, j
j Parker county is now in better shape Scott says that he raised good crops |
j than any of the western lounties but got nothing for them, which is i
notwithstanding the fact that large about equal to making a failure,
crops of cotton were raised in nearly C. A. Binkley, for several years
'every wesern county, while Parkei president of Weatherford College
made almost a complete failure. jbut who now Jives in Graham, was
. here Saturday, meeting his many
Mr. Morton went a little further
'wrl$li bis reminiscence, and gave the
«f a jail delivery that happen-
-ed eft Graham on the first day of the
<*iew year. The year came ni on Sun-
dgy, just like it did this year. Sam
JMuupby was deputy sheriff and jailor,
tond bad in the jail three McDonald
'hoys. The jailor had been expecting
to party who said they would storm the
.jail said ask for the release of the
boys, and in case the demand
wras refused they promised a hot time.
The mob failed to show up, however.
•Oto Sunday morning the jailor went to
sea about affairs in the jail and was
•overpowered by the three boys. Mur-
phy was shot and killed, and Dave
jtfdtim and Joe Ellis, also deputies,
were wounded, and the prisoners es-
-caped. but were all three killed by cit-
izens before they got out of the little
dty. He said there were some excit-
ing limes in that little city during the
F. E. Smith went to Fort Worth
this afternoon on business.
Miss Vesta Thorp has returned to
[Washington, D. C., where she will
j resume her work in the government
department*. She came ho®* before
Christmas on a furlough and spent
a very enjoyable vacation with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Thorp
She went to Washington during the
war and secured a clerical position
and has gradually received promo-
tion until she is now head of an
W K. Neal, who has been confined
to his room for the past week on
account ut a bad foot is now much
Iml-rove-l and we hope to see him
out «gain soon. On account of this
trouble his seat was vacant at church
yesterday, this being the first time
in about eighteen months that he
was absent from the Sunday service
Mr Neal a little older than some
of us but there i? none more faithful
to the rliurch and the cause.
BRAWLEY SPEAKS AT
ROTARY LUNCHEON TUESDAY
Friends, customers and everybody:
Again I am ready to solicit your
orders for the well known World’s
Star Knitting Mills products, under-
wear for men, women and children.
Almost every possible style and fab-
ric to choose from. Italian silk un-
derwear for ladies. It Is Impossible
to describe the exquisite beauty and
softness of the fabric of this un-
derwear^; The hosiery has many,
strong points over other grades,
their wearing qualities and neat,
dressy appearance, a new addition to
the hosiery is heavy Veight, silk
knit from eighteen threads of p\ye
Japan tram silk. With children’s,
hosiery I have the three-quarter
On Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 10th
the Fourth'Ward Improvement Club
met in the school building. A very
enthusiastic meeting was harl. The
club went on record as favoring the
building of a cement walk and curb
in front of the school on South
Mains treet. The mothers and
friends who are interested in the
Fourth Ward school will serve a
chicken dinner down town on First
Monday in February. The proceeds
of this dinner will be applied on the
curb and sidewalk. REPORTER.
itiemor. that tnw were now at a
d-spth of 3150 feet and were contin-
uing the -]i"M ng eveiv day.
A J. Bowden hns purchased a very
desirable building lot from E. A
I Swofford, located in the 400 block
j on South Waco and will probably
1 build a handsome residence there
I in the future. Judge Swofford bad
) originally intended erecting a tile
j house on the site,
j Mrs. Cliff Collier and son, have
returned from Groom, Texas and
will remain in Weatherford the bal-
, ance of the wiater in order that the
young man may attend the city high
school. He was attending school in
Groom, but when they returned
there after spending the holidays
here, they found that certan grades
had been discontinued.
'Grace Farmer Memorial Class
The Grace Farmer Memorial Class
o( the First Baptist church met at
tlm t»e of Miss Thelma Lee Wilson
totardny night at seven o’clock foi
their regular business and social
After the business meeting in
sHtidi we selected bur class motto
votors, poem, Scripture and song
We enjoyed a happy social hour, dur-
4ng which refreshments were served
H4 various games were played.
Everyone thought Miss Thelma
3toe an excellent hostess.
SINCLAIR MOVES TEAMS TO
MILLSAP TO HAUL PIPE
On nccount of falling to reach an
through two or three farms In the
Spring Creek and Balch communities,
the Sinclair pipeline people are today
moving their teams and equipment to
Millsap and will string pipe from Mill-
sap this way, thereby saving time
"hfl’OOI,’ unlti are the
■I-'-*- v,-jrk of the foremost
part specialists. Itsd irign
attracts the most discrim-
inating motorists. Its
price is within the realm of
Hon. F. M. Brawley Speaks Tuesday
Hon. F. M. Brawley will speak
p.^ the High school * at 3:15, under
the auspices of the Mothers Clubs
of the city. Mr. Brawley is one of
the greatest school men sf our
state and we feel that he will have
a message that will be profitable tc
us. All the members of the mothers
clubs and the general public are
urged to be present.
"Will shave you for 15 cents oi
toet your hair for 25 cents at 207
Start Worth street.
S. V. RUST
Don’t forget the auction sale Tues-
day, Jan. 17th at 10 a. m., 319
Be sure and go to the auction sale
tomorrow at 10 a. m.. 319 Blrdge st.
FEATURING THE DOROTHY PERKINS LINES
DOROTHY PERKINS BEAUTY SECRET—
Gives you that fresh,, child-like complexion. It Is also a wonder-
ful antiseptic beautifier. Unexcelled for an oily complexion.
There is nothing more charmnig than the natural freshness of
DOROTHY PERKINS ROSE BALM—
iV Banishes large pores, blackheads, oily skin and all facial blem-
A wonderful astringent and skin beautifier. Gives the
/;iSKwWiJtrisite softness, yet a firm and youth glow.
DOROTHY PERKINS CURLINE—
A magic quinine hair tonic. Keeps the hair soft and fluffy. Stops
falling hair, removes dandruff. Hair dampened and rilled up
for a short-time will have a wonderful marcel wave.
DOROTHY PERKINS CREAM OF ROSES—
Specially prepared for the school girl. Keeps the face and hands
aoft and beautifies the complexion. Refines the skin, being
etrlctly a combination of vegetable oils and Witch Hazel. The
most perfect cleansing cream on the market.
DOROTHY PERKINS OREAM DELIGHT—
It promote* the renewal of ekin celts. It make* the complexion
fine and faultless. The most wonderful fleeh builder of the age.
and will not grow hair. K overcomes faded appearance, wards
off wrinkles, looseness and flabbiness. It is a scientific skin
ARE YOU PATRONIZING A BUSINESS THAT IS NOT
INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH OF YOUR TOWN,
WHO IS NOT A MEMBER OF THE
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE?
—The following are large taxpayers to the City of Wea-
therford and Parker County and believe in and support the
Chamber of Commerce:
TRANSFER COMPANIES 50%
BAKER TRANSFER CO.
TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES 60%
M. C. PAUL, Agent American Express Oo.
W. M. EDGAR, Mineral Wells A Northwestern R. R. Oo.
W. W. MYERS, T. A P. Railroad Oo,
TOMORROW’S LIST will consist of the Meat Markets,
Tailor Shops and Plumbing Houses.
Chamber of Comiigipe
—On December 31, 1921, the banks of the United States
were called upon to publish a statement of their financial
_On that date the total resources of the four banks of
Weatherford totaled more than three and a quarter million^
dollars, as shown by the financial statements? published last
—The Banks of Weatherford are strong, dependable
h^nira worthy of the unlimited trust and confidence of the
people of Parker county. -
YOUR MONEY 18 SAFE IN A WEATHERFORD BANK.
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