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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 4 April 1907

BftM NO. «477 REPORT OP THE CONDITION OP Nursing baby? It's a heavy Her system is nourishment for wiit ««id «a Mat ism* THE FIR8T NATIONAL BANK At Weatherford in the State of Texas, •t the close of business, Mar. 12,1907. SES0URC8S. IX m and Discounts . 1487,087 74 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 5,<86 93 U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation .. 76,000 00 Other real estate owned.. - 8,000 00 i (MX Batter Services Well Attended. In apite of ths ohilly atmos- phere 8undsy the day was bright and oloudleaa. The Eaacer spirit seemed to predominate every- where and large oongregationa were present to take part in the servioea held at the various Du^eTu)ttlonaVbM^.™tre,erva 1,188 67! ohurohes in espeoial oom memora- \ tion of the day. At St. Stephens Catholic ohurch Due trap State Banks and Bankers.. Due from approved reserve agents.., lokslbd 18,862 18 39,060 62 Cheokslbd other oash Item* 1,667 87 Notes of other National Banks 1,600 uO Fractional paper currenoy, nickels, and oents ! 88...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 4 April 1907

fc-'rí*> í ; .i® . ÉmfifT PL'L t ■ ~,y* eriod j'« Uto la tfc* nam* oftea to "dune* of Ufe." Your , it long Intervals, and aantitr until they stop. Tbs lasts three or (our years, and much pain and suffering, can, however, be cured, by HCARDUI Woman's Before In Dlstreaa It quickly relievos the pain, nerr ousneas. Irritability, niserabteness, fainting, disslness, hot and cold flashes, weakness, tired feeling, etc. Cardal will bring you safely through this "dodging period," and build Yon can get It at all druggists In •1.00 bottles. the oom< re due the ids thought leave, of this of indigestion, wenersl debility," /tsholm, Tread well, ten it looked ás if üpe left, I was per Electric Bitters, aud that they are cur now doing business and am gaining tonic medicine on ^anteed by C. S Alex ry Akard Drug Co., of E. of Officers. regular meeting rd lodge B. P. O iday night the follow* officers were elected for the suing year: W. A. Chew, exalted ruler; Millard Braselton, esteemed leadtng k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 4 April 1907

\ f? V Merchants and Farmers NATIONAL BANK WEATHERFORD. TEXAS CAPITAL, 1100,000 8URPLU8, S BO OOO W. H. Eddleman, President; Geo. P. VioePreBident; H. L. Breyard, Cashier; W L. Tuoker, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS—W. H. Eddleman, Ceo. P. Levy, LB. Slover, J. D. Doughtj and Jno. W. Braselton. Accounts oí Merchants and Farmers, Corporations and Individuals solicited. Prompt attention giren to all businesr entrusted to us. Citizens National Bank Weatherford, Texas Capital and Surplus, $i5o,ooo.ot G. A. Holland President C. C. Bakthold Vice-President J. O. Tucker cashier J. P. Owens Assistant Cashier J. C. Al&up ... Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS W. B. McCleskey, J. A. Rentz, Q. A. Holland, Boyd Porter, G. 8. White, C. C. Barthold, J. O. Tucker. Oldest Bank West of Dallas. Nearly forty years continuous service to the citizens of Weatherford and Parker County. Tie First National Bank (Established 1M0) WEATHERFORD, TEXAS Capital, $100,000 Hurplua, 50.000 Genera! Baoking Basta -rans&c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 4 April 1907

IGgr " ™ r> 1 ' - ' ..... < ■ •' •'■ , ^ - -t ■'£ ■-•, ■■■•.•;■ •. ■. ^ " 4 'iLfu • " i-j • • ^ ^ * Taken Against ^ • . $!*a UtiOtlfl t which hlch he Qr>j -% i<v i made as con the Dem- at iB8ue. effect that made for in conao- ea, direct of the reclpl ne particle of etc. ior hla support- have been eation the state Til® pros- s own knowledge trtbutlons offered ad been declined lyou, but that oth ted. A contribution obacco company, he turned. A prominent contribution pf $2(i, blican campaign fund this man had made ire for an appointment tic service in the event ident was elected. As motives were understood 1 committee returned his in. The president asserted era that none of the corpora mtributed to the campaign 4 had come o him for fa 5AS CITY PARTIES. fmed That This Action Ha* tatcrminod Upon B*c*um the lu Quaition 1 Sailing Below Lút Qnc'.tliona. ta C'ltv, y> ; rll 4.—The livestock 'salon ttte vho are members of 'vertoc!: E::fhango have declared on tUe Co-operative Liv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 15 May 1913

Esse i iííüI i. 6>Tií.m i¿ — 'I Bead The Weekly Herald To your frtenda In tbe Old States ■A hek advertise Parker County. IHeralcL Farm Loans -Land notes honaht nd g tended; best terms, best ratal, No Delay. W. D. TAYLOR & CO, 1J> VOL. XIY. WEATHERFORD, PARKER COUNTY, TEXAS TIH'HSDAY, MAY 15, 101 . YOL. XIV. SO. 1. f. * i FIRST STATE BANK OF WEATHERFORD • Money always on hand to accommodate worthy \ customers. Deposits of this bank are protected by guaranty ¡ bond under the laws of this State. Weatherford Chamber of Commerce Ap- points Committee of Three to Go Into Whole Case Thoroughly ^.RESIDENT SAYS SOITH'S COT. TON CROP AT THE MERCY OF RIG OCTOPUS. LD ROT ON 1 MAY 1 Mi OF m II ill n Question of Running Trade Excursion to North Parker County Towns Discussed—In Interest of Good Roads—Five Mile Road Com- mittee is Given More Time. With twenty to thirty members present tho Weatherford Chamber of Commerce met Monday night witlh President Waller In the chaair. The secretary r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 15 May 1913

TMUB8DAY, MAI It, 19IL at the Fouoffle* at W«atn«r- u second elui matter. UljUlllfH ♦ KEEP THE SOIL WELL ♦ ' ' ♦ MULCHED. ♦ Every Tharsdaj by — "!> rcBLUHiio caí Ml York Areno a Tear In il'uee. •: H RAIUÉV Buaineas Mgr. TKJ mo. independent 40-B THIRHADV, MAY 15, 1 1*. y body's doing it." Arizona aifiod the ranks of the states that banting to bar out the Nipponese, we will be Inclined to think has been a real scare thrown ns by the hero of the Merrimac that dldnt. Have we got a real man- atee scare or is it Just a signpost in the dark we're seeing? ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 'gfy •; V". 't mm : , H IP $:■ 0?m I I m i tl-5 I Hugh Nugent seems to be not only keeping the Record straight, but at Uta «ame time helping to straighten out the kinks in aOme other records, Commissionerlal as well as legislative, la other words, Fits is giving the ftort Worth folks some splczerinktum Jü|h life. That gets action, vim, verve Ud variety, not to say verislmlllty. ♦ * .The Mineral Welle Index has rec entered t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 15 May 1913

NMSSM .•«gsükn.iíej*!*.¡ W¿¡¡£ -. r .' . • W sr."-i'-'- ': " — ' m Ti T.r «ni. ▼ lil 14 u. \ s * ' V C.' E. Waldrom & Sons * Summer Is Summer, You Know— Times during the season the days ate hotter than hot. It's not an easy feat, cither, to keep cool. But it's very pos- sible, and half the ttick lies in looking cool. We've all seen the fellow who looks Alaska- fied on the warmest days; his clean, cheery face is indeed the very opposite to the sultry summer appearance of most of us. -And that fellow is cool. He has clothed himself to look it, and he lives in that eviron- ment. That's the pshychol- ogy of the whole thing. The idea, of course, needs practi- cal support. \\ ear a featherweight suit. Straw Hats, Shirts, Pants, Tie* and Under- wear—all the popular merchandise at the pop- ular prices for reliable merchandise. C. E. laldrom & Sons ft-tt en in is keg fines and his paid PI SHED MAS IX CREEK. I Yam* Farmer Wuit Gallty at All, Bat It Cast Hiia the Sam ef Eight-seventy. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 15 May 1913

FROM OVER THE COUNTY News and Views Sent in by Our Lar^e List of Correspondents Kin LOSES fi U H BÍTIK Center Mill Folks Tried to Put Out Blair—l rath oí turar Halford. Zlon Hill News. SpaeUi correspondence to tte Bmid. Well, our singing day passed with fl&e singing and about Ave hundred in attendance. Mr. R. H. Cornelious was with us and sung several prohibition •ongs, which was much enjoyed by all. We invite him and all the rest back again. We have our well dug and a pump in it, which was a great help Sunday. Mr. Lloyd Piumlee is Improving at this writing. The son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dug- gan is real sick at present. Corn and cotton is looking good, although sgme are having to pfant over on account of the bard rain. Miss Lassie Graves of Cold Springs •pent Saturday night with Miss Joe Orlmsley. Mr. Emmet Tompkins of Mt. Car* me! visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tompkins, Saturday night. Well, as new* )s scarce, will ring off fop thl time. G. B. Alexander, Sunday night, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 15 May 1913

tPVUMNMtMHMMM T L1 > . t.«rr ■ THE WEEKLY HERALD, THURSDAY, MAT IS, Ult. Agent of Engine Company Wants to Sell Commissioners a 25-Horse Power Machine to Pull Road Graders County Funds Have Reached Low Ebb, and Money Has to Be Borrowed—"Must Economize Some- how," Says Judge Temple—No J Act ion N * Has Yet Been Taken. At stated in a brief local item in Tuesday's Daily Herald, the Parker county comtíiissloners, with Osborne absent, were having a hearing with two representatives of road engine companies. Both men were arguing the respectivé merits of their ma- chines and both seemed positive that hi* w^s the best. One man proposed to the commis- sioners that he would ürlng Tils ma- chine into the county and give a dem- onstration to last as long as the con- missionerB might think necessary to have it. This man claimed for hiB engine, which is of 25-horse power, that it will pull two gradejrs of ten feet each in lengtyx and do. that as easily as the teams now being used can pull one s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 15 May 1913

%{ *7 Kit; LONG DISTANCE SERVICE i* «f distinct value lo th« farmer umI to «II dwclUr* in rural dl - trien ••• Communication between member* of the family widely sep- arated from each other can be quickly and Mtitfactorily exabliib- ed by telephone and ansiety and worry dispelled in time* of ick« neM or trouble. Rural service is supplied at very low cost Our nearest manager will furnish information, or writ* to Tto Southwestern Tele- graph and Telephone Company MIUS. TEXIS log meat that la anflt for human con- sumption, according to Mr. Pryor. The United States cannot compel a foreign government to Inspect on the hoof cattle that are slaughtered for exportation to this country as meat, which meat could be brought Into the United States duty free under the Un- derwood bill. The Imported dressed meat, of course, would bo Inspected, but It Is contended by Mr. Pryor and the groat organization which he rep- resents that little Is discovered as to the state of health of the beef before sl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 15 May 1913

V" V THE WEEKLY HEBÁLD, THURSDAY, HAY 1L 1913. REBELS BUY AEROPLANES. | Accumulating a Surplus A bank account never lacks friends—it gives endless op- portunities for doing good, opens wide the door to education, art, music, society, travel and culture. It commands skill, experience, wisdom, talent and influ- ence; it gives you confidence in yourself and attracts the con- naence of others A good bank acouut is the— MODERN MIRACLE WORKER Start a bank account, add to it day by day let this sur- plus accumulate and by and by the result will surprise you. i MERCHANTS & FARMERS STATE AM will be pleased to ha-e you open with them an account of this kind. 10 BE in IU2CENT' Rl'LTXG OF SUPREME COURT MAKES VIOLATIONS MORE DIFFICULT. HIS MEJtSin .Mere Starting: of Arms and Ammuni- tion to Forbidden Territory Es- tablishes Criminal Intent. nil PRESIDENT WILSON SAYS NOTH. ING ALARMING OVER JAPAN SITUATION. irai is j h Says Exchange of Views Hare Been Frank and Friendly Between Two Government...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 15 May 1913

WISELY HKBALD, TJItJItSDAT, MAT 15, lilt ¿K \ ra n iii! 1 señase L«**t Year Over 1011 Wan 15^000, Nearly 64 Per Cent. By PreM ; Washington, I). C., May 14—Parker county's cotton crop In Í912 was «J8,- 578 baled, counting round bales as half balea, and excluding llnters, ac- eondiiiR to a report iHBued today bj the Federal Department of Commerci aud Labor. The cotton production of thlli connty during the past six years JoIIowb: 1912 38,578 1911 23,491 1910 23,835... 1909 18,109 1908 26,239 1907 19,623 Palo Ptnto county produced 17,703 b&ies fn 1912 as against 10,695 In 1911; Wise county 38,790; Tarrant county county 17,291; Jack county 15,963; 4^,305; Dallas county 87,225; Hood Johnson county 68,302 bales in 1912, all Increasing materially over 1911. Commissioner Williams to Ask At-1 lorn 1 y General's Aid In Freight Dispute. KB HI ■I HIMSEIF VMTEUOrS AMENDMENTS TO TAR- IFF BILL ARK BEINfl OFKRED IIY DEMOCRATS. Sj Awewfaled Prow Washington, May 13.— President Wilson has taken the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 May 1913

v \ 7> YV eekly Herald ' Ton? friends In the Old State fié advertise Parker County. Clbe Meekly tOL. XIV. WEATHERFORD, PARKER COUNT*, TEXAS THl'RSDAY, MAY 2 , 1813. Farm Loans Land noten bought and is tended; best terms, best ratas. No Delay. W. D. TAYLOR * CO. VOL. XIV. HO. I, j| FIRST STATE BANK OF WEATHERFORD Money always on hand to accommodate worthy customers. Deposits of this bank are protected by guaranty bond under the laws of this State. THE ROOSEVELT TIUAL. COMMISSION ORDERS IMPROVE- MEAT OF SERVICE BETWEEN DALLAS-MINERAL WELLS Austin, Texas, May 28.—The rail- road commission late Monday after- noon handed down Us decision on the petition for an increase in the passen- ger service between Dallas, Fort Worth and Mineral Wells by the Tex- as tí Pacific and Weatherford, Mineral Wells &, Northwestern railways. The commission granted the petition di- recting the placing of an additional train by the above road between the points named. FAIR WEATHER FOR SODl'HWEST. Warner...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 May 1913

THE WEEKLY HERALD «ntftf at tfte Potsotllce at Weather- irA. T(iu< <t second class matter ¡fabilshed Every TbanMlaj by EX&4LD PCBLWUIX6 C0.1 121 York Avenue «M Dollar a Tear In Advaiiee. H. BAILEY. Business Mgr. TE KPM0N08: Independent 40-W l'UKIiSD.H, HAY ¿i , > "'• Cleanliness Is next to Godliness, we are taught In the Good Book. This means the town as well as the men In It. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ +J + ♦ RADFORD'S MARKETING^ ♦ ♦ PLAN. / ♦ j THE WEEKLY HERALD, TDl'RSDAY, MAY 89, MS. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ There Is one thing about Houston's red-headed widows. They raise "some red-headed ball players.—The Austin Statesman. Pleaes explain yourself, sir. Swat the fly, drown the fly; smash the fly all you want to, but don't for get to clean up your back yard, take a whack at that cowlot and stable and move the old trash pile. Also the aah pile. Secretary Connolly has enrolled an- other voluntary member to the Cham- ber of Commerce. That's the way a city grows. Takes men to make one "God made the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 May 1913

5 \ m \ V TDWUKLT HXB1LD, THURSDAY, MAY 9 , WIS. New Automobiles. Mjiy 24, to Joe Davenport of Weath- •rford, 259, 40, Case. Building Two New Houses. W, H. CroBthwatte has gone out to Austhon, where he is building two Hew houses near that place. Residence Nearly Completed. The nek' residence of Bob Brasel- ton on his farm about two miles west of tcwn, is about completed. Children's Day Exercises. Children's Day at Hie First Metho- dist church will be the second Sunday In June at 8 o'clock in the morning. Howell (o Open l'p Fruit Store. J. M. Howell is to open a fruit com- mission store in the city again this Mummer. He is now looking for a suitable location. Calomel is Bad But Simmons' Liver Purifier is de- lightfully pleasant and its action is thorough. Constipation yields, bil- iousness goes. A trial convinces. (In Yellow Tin Boxes Only.) Tried once Used always .—Adv. The Busy Bee Cafe Has been remodeled and is now one Of the neatest and most modern res- taurant in this setcion. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 May 1913

y Ti ■ i I JJ II '*ií I I I i | II i¡ ■ I i i i i ( '9 1 I II II' FROM OVER THE News and Views Sent in by Our List of Correspondents News From Harmony. er, Mr. Cotik. the past week. Special corresiioniiMiii-e to tie n«-mia. W. C. Walters started on a six Harmony, Texas, May 28.—Health weeks trip In search o* health last of the community Is very good, with week. He goes from hfre to (luymon, the exception of Mrs. Chandler, who Okla.; from there to St. Lauis, Mo., Is very nick. and from th"ro to his old home, In Crops are looking fine at present. Nashville, Te:;n. Mrs. Brlckey and daughter of Dal-j Quite a number of people attended las were the guests of Mrs. Woolsey the all-day singing at Peaster and W. j and family the first of the week. O. W. unveiling at Peaster. Mra. Nathan Blackwell and Miss I Mrs. Rachel Copeland is visiting her | Tempy Blackwell of Weatherford, vis-'son at Salesville while they are bat- ited Mrs. Julia Blackwell Tuesday, jtling with measles. Miss Hester Long g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 May 1913

áas*!"** i*' ■ W'V mn cib ni OF J. W. IjLDOII. MILIW TWO DEATHS KBOM MEASLES AJiD ONE FROM TYPHOID ÍN .XEAlMtr COUSTBY. Miilsap, Texas, May 29.—Quite a little sickness prevails In this Bection of the country. A widespread epi- demic oí measfes Is sweeping the community. Many families to the south and east of us have cases. Mrs. Bud Thomas of the Brannon Btore community, also the child of Floyd Guist, of the same place, died of this ailment last week. J. W. Weldon, who lived three miles south of this place, died from a stroke of apoplexy Monday morning. He was hoeing cotton and fell in the field, living about three hours. Boyd C. Newberry of the Newberry neighborhood, died Monday night ol typhoid fever. Both of the last nam- ed were buried at Fairview cemetery Tuesday afternoon. D. W. Senters and wife left for Dexter, Texas, in response to a mes- sage telling of the dangerous sickness of Mr. Senters* sister at that place. Miss Lula Coffman, daughter of W. P. Coffman, suffered a sever...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 May 1913

w w?;« i t #• IB ft i 1 ¡V I -PAJUiER MAN HAS I'Ol'R ACRES IN SMALL YINK FUI'ITS NEAR TOWN. Ships Mottl of His Crop and 11ns Or- ders for More Than lie Can Possibly FUL With four acres in blaokborri «Jewberrles and other small fruits, C. King is one Parker county farmer who will have a hank account this fall burgeoned by something else than 'cotton. Mr. King has now more than forty liandB at work on his place, and could probably use more than these. His pay roll runs up to a considerable figure every Saturday night. He pays li cents a quart for picking the fruit. Last year Mr. King made more than ■$100 an acre clear off his berries, and ■this year thinks he will do still bet- ter. He ships the greater part of liis NcropB and gets good prices for them. (Lately, while Messrs. Gentry, Gan- ger and Quicksall were here, they went out to Mr. King's place and took ' dome views of the scene. These views will be developed and cuts made of them, which will probably be used in nhe Weatherford ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 May 1913

nu WEEKLY HERALD, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1918. cm.izi: ros m utx S:ld on ftiriy Ceys' ÍSi'H TiV.iL Satisfactory Terina Given WHITE RIB CATJLLCC PARLIN & ORENDORFF IMPTJ3MENT CO For Sale By J. R. LEWIS & COMPANY SENATE SUBCOMMITTEE WILL REPORT FAVORABLY TO JUDGE RICHARDS. From Special to Dallas News. Washington, May 24.—After giving a full hearing of nearly two hours In length to Representative Oscar Cal- laway of Texas In opposition to the confirmation of Judge J. M. Richards as postmaster at Weatherford, the Senate sub-committee on postofiices and postroads Friday afternoon voted unanimously to report favorably to . the full committee the confirmation of I y Cudge Richards. Representative Callaway made a statement extending over about one hour and a half, in which he review- ed exhaustively the Weatherford case. He filed a number of papers including numerous affidavits denying the char- ges that his candidate for the Weath- erford office, Norman H. Martin, who was rejetced by Po...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 May 1913

1" Ar 0 if; •IS Ü V' I IS ■ ivf i r m ♦ AMOi Til COTKT ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ HI1S (RUI!. CM u a SM ART, ASE t* mw, LEFT THIS PLACE LAST SAT1R1UY. MEO IP mi. *Va* About M WtVHk N *4Uj > irkt and f*i 4 r <«a«***a* Xtiiij-lMart^ Km. liT^r linoi m N Wilkin* I acta ; ifeoa. ,c- sir.. Binds. iTM.l! Auf.a A anea. TBUItHDATf MAT tt, IMS. Weath in. at Au ■tuonj Wie AIi(l Wlfi and -wifi KHd wife Wallers and wife. Au- Km. May A boy to i.' t)w>. May IT. N« «ex of child given n Henri Prt>*® and wife, Reno, May li. A girl jo Bd Spivey and wife, ei^ht jmUef «M of Weatherford, May 7. j A boy to Will Hooker and w ife, near A girl to Kd Gower and w'fe, three jmiíets southwest of Weatherford. Ap- jrtl 1 . A boy to Link Smith and wife. "Leaving here with the Parker C Xy Gray , and in the l". C. V ear. was L. D. Smart, aged about S* rear* j When the car reached Wyan. Art, ii j Ha thought abotu 10 o'ctoek laet Sua •day night, Mr. Smart got oat at the) ear. In what manner, however, is na- j known, and...

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