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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1918

"«■AEli " "laia*,^... Cotten-Bratton úturc Company Jag In the houne fnrnlshlng Í7ndertakers and licensed e«- , Call answered day or night W. A. White & Co D1TOERTAOB8 W« deliver coffins to any part of eouaty. BER ASSOCIATED PRESS- WEATHERFORD, TEXA8, THURSDAY, JULY 1®, 191£. .'.'■¡I ■ ■ VOL. XIX. NO. 12. No depositor in a State Bank in Texas has iver lost a dollar. We are a member of the Federal Reserve Ranking System. We are examined four times a year by the tank examiners. Our directors meet once a month and go ^yer 'the affairs of the bank. Our officers are experienced bank men. ¡apital, Surplus and Profits, Over $158,000 ■ We Will Appreciate Your Business IRST STATE BANK of WEATHERFORD Mrs. R. e, Knjey had been called to the colors. Attending an «we men were accompanied by a large Worth conducted tmber of relatives and friends who yort Worth. Theqthered to bid the boys farewell. The Are tents on the ota sent Thursday are all from class «ally all of them ce and are for genera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1918

l ... j?/,' THE WEEKLY HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 191 . IK I IS" IS- ■ iV* , W$mt> & f % I ÉwmM L f 1 4 T [ ¥■ } ' t I i WEEKLY HERALD ItaUKVd at tho Postoffioe at Weatbor- «w* Tuu, as second class matter. Published Every Thureday by TNI HERALD PUBLISHING CO. 121 York Avenue ——< T""^ SUBSCRIPTIONS RATESi Sue Year In Advance 91.00 •tai Months In Advance .60 Months In Advance .3# |. M. H. BAILEY, Business Manager TELEPHONES: flMttvHtcn 350. Independent 240-B THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1918. ANNOUNCEMENTS. for Representative— C. F. SENTELL •Y r County School Superintendent— V. P. CRAVEN MISS JEWELL BRATTON. for County Judge— E. A. SWOFFOBD. •Of County Attorney— E. H. GRINDSTAFF. ¿ ' •Or District Clerk— j G. W. BUCHANAN. I*r County Clerk— BEN C. HOLYFIELD. VOr Tax Collector— MEL HUFFAKER. W. T. MALLORY. 8. T. (DORA) SCOTT. J. M. TAYLOR. W. LUTHER HOBSON. i HENRY BARBER i T. R. ERWIN. MRS. T. C. THOMPSON. •Or Sheriff— JOHN MABT1N. JOHN B. BBOWN. K JOB T. JOBDAN. J. B. (JESS) MILLER. Vt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1918

I "ill ^ÍTÉÍlli>H Irflffr I id* I HP ,J. , . • j \ THE WEEKLY HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1918. \ WEATHERFORD ENCAMPMENT Weatherford Encampment No. 27, I. O, 0. P., meets second and fourth Fit- •day nights in each month. Visiting ¿uembers are cordially invited to at- tend all meetings. WM. HAAS, 0. P. WALTER JOHNSON, Scribe. PURELY PERSONAL Odd Fellows Install Officers. Weatherford Lodge No. 77, L O. O. P., met in regular session Thursday night, at which time the following of fleers were installed: Walter Greg- ory, noble grand; J. H. Moody, vice grand, and W. H. Henderson, secre- tary. Dennis Elects Teacher. James A. Ward of near Dennis has been elected principal of the Dennis public school for the ensuing year, according to an announcement made Monday by Supt. W. V. .Shadle. Mr. ! T. N. Q. 0PEN8 RECRUITING STATION FOR INFANTRY Lieut. L. R. Green of Gninbury. Texas Nationul Guard, has reached Weatherford and has opened a recruit i: g booth in the old Peoples' theatei EX- building...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1918

'Ú y ¡w KMMOOOOOOO Autheii Local News. Special to TU Hentld Autboc, Tmíí, July 1"—We wm visited Friday evening by a rerv gooo rain and the people are breaking the oat nubble to plant .«ometbíng. ¡í nothing but black-eyed pea*. Will King and sons and Jeff Bar bam went to the river Friday on a flailing trip, returning Sunday. Tbey repon very good luck. Most all the women around our lit tie place registered lan week. Misses Belle and Myrtle Bar hire were in Weatherford Friday. Tbe meeting at New Hope has been postponed. Mr. and lira. Andrew Chonn and family of Gamer were Sunday visitors st M. C. Dallas'. to The K«* i Baker. Texas, July 17.—A heavy rain fell here last Thursday afternoon and put a y*a>on in tbe ground so that far- bare been entrained from mere may plant late feed crops. ccuntr to various training Mrs. Smith is visiting h«-r daughter, throughout the county since Mrs. J. O. Armstrong, at Wanpler. attmen- of Dan Gone *nd of Walnut according tc Sunday *ras a big day for M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1918

4- - i ■ - X(i THE WEEKLY HERALD. T R80AY, JULY 18, 1918. Milium in n mum 1111 >8 III1H Mil 1111 HI || | II | t| 111 ♦♦♦ 111III II11111 "* 111111 ii in i * * Hill 1 JULY CLEA (Men's Furnishing Depart For 7 DA 1 D s the Greatest i Against the "March 21. Beginning Saturday, Julty n This is your opportunity to buy real fir^yT1I1„¡c,lls.B¡í Drive This sale includes every spring and sui«ion FiftyM¡ie Front good style Palm Beach, Mohairs, Tropical W(Marne R¡Ter- frat Clothes Summer Suits to go in this Sale at 25 Per Cent Off! $20.00 Suits go at.. ...$15.00 $17.50 Suits go at 13.15 $15.00 Suits go at 11.25 $12.50 Suits go at 9.38 $10.00 Suits go at 7.50 You can afford to buy these Suits at these prices for next season— Don't Fail to Take Advan- tage of This Saving • i 4- ^ For 7 days we are going to give some oí t. ford—some of the summer slippers are clears These Odd L-ots Must Gd See These Bargain C Remember, you have three or four Men's Straw •bably is Cone en Brie, eight miles *i oi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1918

THE WEEKLY HERALD, p. THURSDAY, JULY 1«, 191 . II un Li f: i>W ^COCK FAVORSJ , HIGHWAY UNLESS ething IS done. 17. ««-I Somewhere in Pr ^ ^ Jugt receiv- Edltor Herald. A paper, I e4. 'H ««" •" i thought I woul t utile oace lor Hee it i could get a « « The cllppl°8 !*„ S it i cult««. . uttar. The c"l'^r;^„1.a, "The intv in the next ed was a piecec &°® „ blch t enjoy- TBotb ""ntydl l<Uioa to i Kaiser Talk* to Hell. ^ j u day* <***• «no approprla-1 ed reading very much, ana ^ ^ a*v U Uaelí ^®r J ^ TexarUana-1 would say tha P wrQte lt 4X101) of*ta* aid on the i CurtlH lhe other false but who lltort Worth-El Paso * high ! sure wa all rlgh • again UUMOMk. .chairman of the state nigo f may start to Par ^ ^TSmmlaalon. twor***""MJ thlnk he will, but be wm b ^ «road -X m Weatherfor a hLhalM and right wa ' 't0 be 0n isrtus a,„, „M.tarm- - - *re • 'iHancpck said trlday lnMpeCtlon \ well Hxed tor him. {uU ot news ).w was here to begin Anto-I I could stuff you'' P wrlle what • x «tssí...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1918

í THE WEEKLY HERALD. THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1918. Land Loans, 7% and 8%. Oil Leases, sold and procured. Real Estate for sale. General Insurance. Conveyancing. W. D. TAYLOR & CO, Southwest Corner Square, Weatherford, Texas 1 THREE ARMY CORPS NOW ORGAN- IZED IN FRANCE SAYS GEN. MARCH. By Associated I'rcss. Washington, July 13.—American troops now overseas and on ship board enroute have passed the 1,100,000 mark, Chief of Staff General March told the senate committee today. This represents an increase of 90,000 since last week. Three army corps of from 225,000 to 250,000 men have been organized from the American division in France, said General March. Major General Hun- ter Liggett commands the first army corps. The names of the other com- manders have not been announced. Ml I I.T3J KILLED 1,656, DIED OF WOUNDS 509, DISEASE 1,138, ACCIDENT 507, WOUNDED 5,431. Washington, July 15.—Casualties in the army and marine corps overseas increased 647 during the week com- pared with 703 the prev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1918

X¥ THE WEEKLY HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1916. W r W:t: Enemy Makes Gains at Boudro merie—Paris Drive Check- ed—Allies Still Intact. An American General at Conde Said it Was Unendurable to Retire—Attacked and Regained Some Lost Ground. <►♦*■♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ #■ London, July 17.—(12:45 p. m.) ♦ —Tbe German casualties In the ♦ *• present offensive are estimated ♦ at 100,000, acocrdtng to reports ♦ if ¿ron the front. ♦ if ♦ ff Amsterdam, July 17.—(12:45 p. ♦ If m.)—By Wireless.' Premier Le- ♦ 4+ nine of Russia is afx>ut to break ♦ ff diplomatic relations with Eng- 4 land and any other country con- ♦ W nected with the landing of arm- + W ed Xeroes on the Murman coast, ♦ if American marines were landed f if there. f Paris, July 17.-^(10:05 a. m.)—The Genua* attacked last night north of 8t Agnan, penetrating into Boudron- merle. The battle there Is continuing. Vurther east the French held the en- «my In the outskirts of Bouquieny wood and tbe village ot Nesles. The Germans made a powerfu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 July 1918

yf 1 The Cotten-Bratton Furniture Company everything In the Koim furnishing Undertakers ahd Ifrenned em- lore. ( alt answered day or nlffbt T %t W. A. White & Co e- i W« deliver nHm ui to mj part of M WUt}.. CKMIEfl ASSOC)ATEO PRESS. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, 1918. VOL. XIX. NO. IS r FIRST STATE BANK of WEATHERFORD Capital, Surplus and Profits, Over $158,000 '■ ' Members Federal Reserve banking system. We will appreciate your business and Will at all times be ready to be of service. n III (STORK ; ID UBII -SUBMARINE SINKS SCHOONER OFF COAST OF MAIRS- CREW ESCAPES. An Irish Port, July 24.—The giant White Star liner Jnatteia has teen tor- jvdoed and sunk. It is believed that no Uvea'wefe lout. The Justicia for' merly was the Dutch steamer S let en- udani and was taken over by the Brit- ish gpvernment. She was of 32,000 dons. The Justicia; carried a crew of 600 .men but lost only eleven members.- She had just delivered a large con- tingent of American troops, Her troop carrying...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 July 1918

ÉERtY HERALD ü«¡ -VMS HERALO PUBLISHING CO. 1S1 Verfc Avenue SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES: MÍ| Var In Advance |1 M In AtfvinM JO In Advance. out oí Lenin and Trotsky, and is known throughout the capitals of Eu- rope as a diplomatic buccaneer and an international outlaw. But it seems that the Kaiser selects men oí this type to fill the office oí foreign min- ister. Zimmerman is another example of the men who have filled the Ger- man foreign secretaryship and he is the diplomatic Joke who offered'the "Imperial States of Texas, New Mex- ico and Arisona" to Carranza if Mex- ico would enter the war against Amer- ica. V'l \g# «. a. a. BAILEY, Busineas Manager TELEPHONES: MO. Independent 240-B THURSDAY, JULY 2$, 1S1S. ANNOUNCEMENTS. C. W. Str County School Superintendent— V. P. CRAVEN MISS JEWELL BRATTON. W E. A. 8WOJTORD. Sbr County Attorney— E. H. ORENDSTAPF. Mr District Clerk— O. W. BUCHANAN. 99r County Clerk— BEN C. HOLYFIELD. « Mr Ms CoUectar— MEL RÜPPAKER. W. T. MALLORY. S. T. (DORA) SCOTT. t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 July 1918

m 1 THE WEEKLY HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1918 HANY RURAL SCHOOLS HAVE ELECTED TEACHERS 10S GUARDSMEN HAVE SIGNED MUSTER ROLL and Heavy! WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE —with our experience and facilities for hand- ling your business; come and talk it over with us. Make these prosperous times count by starting a bank account—begin now. Save up and buy Liberty Bonds and War Sav- ings Stamps. We have them. M. & F. State Bank WEATHERFORD ENCAMPMENT Weatherford Encampment No. 27, I. O. O. P., meets second and fourth Fil- «day nights in each month. Visiting -members are cordially invited to at- (tend all meetings. WM. HAAS, C. P. WALTER JOHNSON, Scribe. Paul W. BIom Joins Navy. Paul W. Bioss is the latest 1918 reg- istrant to volunteer tor the navy. He raecured permission from the local boarÜ Monday and will leave for a naval trainnig station within a short time. He resides near Cresson in the .-southeast part of the county. Herachel Judd Certified. Herschel Judd, formerly of Weather- ford, b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 July 1918

j i i i B s O e< u Iu ll U ai — —- r* | Parker County News! News and Vi«w* Smnt in br Our Large List of CtrrMpondanta Springtown Local News. Special to Tbe Uenüd Sringtown, Texas, July 24.—Think ing that a few items from this place would be of interest to your readers, t shall send you a few: Ed Parker of the border service, came in last week for a few week's Btay with bis family. Misses Nora Akard and Nell Nix of this place returned to the normal Monday. * Mrs. Clyde Melton left Saturday for Little Rock, Ark., to join her husband who is in the officers' training camp there. S. O. Djlbeck and family returned Mopday from Wills Point, where they have been visiting. Waldon Sandlln left last week for Elkhart, Kan., for a few weeks' stay with relatives and friends. Hettie Whiteside of Granfleld, Okla., is here visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Joe Bowen of Fort Worth, who has been visiting here, returned home Tuesday. Sam Parker, Vera Sandlin and John Hutcheson were Fort Worth visi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 July 1918

In -If : } -ír„ I fi ^ j •*> * •*.. «' Hi ' Hif T ¡,* • v> THE WEEKLY HERALD. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1911. ■*! ( Are you p< ing to buy some wall paji-r eoon? If you are, oomfc look at onr stock and get'our prices j^eiore you buy. In ¡Septenaher we will begin to get íl our new 1919 stock of paper. To make room for this new stock we will sell all of the 1918 stock at 25 per cent discount. Th s is a saving you don't get,every «lay. Come early. Cherry-Akard Drug Company W eatherford, Texas EFFORTS MADE TO CLEAN PART OF PARKER COUNTY OF TICK© An effort .1 beityg made mount; th¿ I stockmen oí ,tbe, eastern ántl south jéasijeru- part, pf, the county to place that district in 4 special quarantine district «sainst, the Te\sts rever ritk. To accomplish this result, Messrs V. O Hilfiretb, E. D. Farmer, Chas I ¿UeFailand, J. D. Farmer, AI ford Ross and D. K. Pearson had a conference with Dr. T. W. Cole in Weal her ford a ji<w dajs ¡.go and prepared a number I oí r t. t)tions addressed t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 July 1918

W'k II IS COMMITTEE Wl Wli'l DEFENSE csownv « t organized, offi. cers elected ano com. j .mittee8 named. ."Xh county «balrman of the Woman's Oorjamittec. ^Council of National De- fense J*i.accordance with instructions -mr ! •> ihe state field .-.ecretary «•f i.hir < wurk f railed a meeting at my loam* <or 'i. 1918, of representa- t iwta- front the various women' put- criolie and ifj-aternai organizations, rep ; rMer.Lalwe* from the women's clubs 11ta tr hurrh societies and women war *-*ot**rs of our city, for the purpose taf «presenting to them the work of fihr Women's Committee, Council of 'National .Defense, also the urgent re "■itmst of -the state chairman that our ■ «omen organize at once a county unit. A/t«r the work was explained the Par- iter «aunty unit was organized with a "*ecy satisfactory membership. Off!- '4BBBB .were elected, department chair- cam) and ecmmittees were appointed *ju idlluwa: Officers. GbataaKfli, Mrs. H. C. Shropshire; tJtxM*. aloe chálrmún, Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 July 1918

THE WEEKLY HERALD. THURSDAY, JULY 25, 10«. «ni mn i n 1111 m m i n 11 m i m n nn n i n nm i ;; H. A. YEAT8, formerly of Lubbock J. W. CULiWELL ; G. A. YEATS, formerly of Fort Worth J. S. CULWELL Weatherford Garage YEATS & CULWELL, Props. Have opened a Garage in the Bowie rock i building at the corner of North Main and ; Bridge street. We will handle a line ot auto accessories, oils and gasoline* besides do a general repair business. Our Messrs. Yeats are practical auto mechanics. We solicit your auto repair work and guarantee every job intrusted to us. Come in and let's get acquainted. 111 M I 1 t'l't'H1*1!11! I I I I | I | |"|| I"| I I I I If I I I I I I III I 111 |¡ t mil TAKEN HER 20,10 BERLIN ADMITS THAT ALLIED TROOPS HAVE BROKEN MARNE LINE. By Associated J'ress. Berlin, via London, July 19.—A fresh attempt by the French to drive a wedge through the German lines be- tween the Aisne and the Maxoe was repulsed with heavy losses to the at- tacking forces, according to the state...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 July 1918

m íp HmÍÉ'¡ lai«f CHMIMH WHM HIES IKIÜIiS F PRECINCT CONVENTIONS MUST ■I HILO ELECTION DAV- PLEOOE APPLIES TO ALL.. The following list of Instrucllons to election officer unil uiul ull voters have been promulgated by Chairman H. S. Moran and should be rdad by all. especially the ladies: Assistance can only be given vol «r* In making out their ticket who are physically incapacitated, or over 60 year* of age, or have been a clt.1 zen of the United Shite* Tor twenty, one yearn and cannot read aud frite All women, whether registered or not: In Parker county, ean vote If oth erwlse qualified. •Poll tax receipt need not be pre- sented In the primary a the poll Hat KtVc M4N WILL BE CALLEO FOR EXAMINATION All Parker county registrant- who have been placed In limited «a-rvice and In class !"> on accoanr of physical j dl abllliy will b« recalled and again examined, according to an announce . ment given out Tuesduy by member- of the local draft board. This l« In accordance with a recent rul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 1 August 1918

The Cotten-Bratton Furniture Company tT«rjr|hlng In the house furnishing Hue. Undertaker* and licensed en- fcelrners. Call answered day or night eralb W. A. White & Co U.VDERTAKBBft We delirar eofflM a>4 MM to aay part af the foaat?. MEMBER A880CIATED PRESS. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918 VOL. XIX. NO FIRST STATE BANK of WEATHERFORD Capital, Surplus and Profits, Over $158,000 Members Federal Reserve banking system. We will appreciate your business and will at all times be ready to be of service. sylvanla, Louis Cramton of Michigan. Tliaddeus S. Caraway of Arkansas. John A. Elston of California and Jos eph Thompson of Oklahoma. The congressmen had luncheon on the hill ide of Chateau Thierry amid the ruins of numerous fine homes, the lazy Mame creeping along through a great gap in what was Chateau Thi- erry's finest bridge and now destroy- ed by the Germans. While the congressmen were sit ting down to a basket luncheon a fash- ionably attired woman from Paris came...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 1 August 1918

WEEKLY HERALD OUSLEY WANTS COUNTY FARM AGENT8 EXEMPTED. THE WEEKLY HERALD. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918 — - | College Station, July 26.—The tie at the Pofctoflice at Weather- pariment oí Agriculture will not pro ! tent if, in the reclassification of men I KaeC Texas, as second class matter. Published Every Thursday by THB HERALD PUBLISHING CO. 121 York Avenue SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES: Year in Advance $1.00 •ta Months In Advance .60 1 tree Months In Advance .35 I MOP SIM • ■. H. BAILEY, Business Manager TELEPHONES: ««■tbves tern 350. Independent 240-B THUR6DAY, AUGUST 1f 1918. Evidently the Crown Prince's nut- craeker is about to crack the wrong oí the drait age, county farm demor 1 HAS PLAYED GREAT PART stration agents and other agricultural leaders are put in clans 1, ('iarence Ousley, assistant. secretary of agricul- ture, told the farm and home demon- strators of Texas, in annual session here. But the county ag nis should not be called to the colors —by reason of their value to the nation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 1 August 1918

THE WEEKLY HERALD. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918. WEATHERFORO ENCAMPMENT Weatherford Encampment No. 27, I. ■O. O. F., meets second and fourth Fii- •day nights in each month. Visiting -members are cordially invited to at- tend all meetings. WM. HAAS, C. P. WALTER JOHNSON. Scribe. PURELY PERSONAL Now Sidewalk at Lyric Theater. Mrs. Anderson has let a contract tor a new cement sidewalk to be put down in front of the Lyric theater Material is now being placed upon the ground aud work will begin in a few days. SEVENTY-ONE APPEALS GO TO DISTRICT 80AR0 WEATHERFORD INFANTRY TO 8EE FOREIGN MANY RURAL 8CHOOLS |TY WILL GET STATE AID Graveyard Working. All parties interested in the grave• ¡ yard ai Harmony are requested to assemble there on Thursday, August 8.! bring tools to work with aitfi dinner, in order that the day may be spent lu cleaning the cemetery. Seventy-one appeals for deferred Three additional recruits hawVen About fifty Parker County rural and classification from the 19H class o, ¡ s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 1 August 1918

THE WEEKLY HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918. HIM | Parker County News i News and Vlawi Sent in by Our Large List ot Correspondent* E 1 ♦ MIIIIIMUMMMMi Poolville Local News. Hpertal to The Herald Poolville, Texas, July 31. The hot, diy weather continues and crops are suffering. Early corn in a failure and If it don't rain soon the cotton a<jd peanut crop will be light. Revs. Denison and Hay are con ducting a series of meetings at the tabernacle this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Waters of Mar low, Okla., are visiting relatives here this week. Some very extensive improvements are being made to the gins here. C. O. Beck is having a neat residence erected near his gin plant. The election is over and while there were some surprises in the result, most every one seems to be willing to abide by the will of the people. Miss Winnie Stone returned home from visiting her sister, Mrs. Farmer and family, at Denton. Ernest Farmer of Denton is visit- ing his grandfather, R. F. Stone. L. W. Ford, Hen...

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