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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 1 August 1918

THE WEEKLY HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918. ♦ ♦ \ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ FARM DEMONSTRATION 4 ♦ , SERVICE. <f ♦' ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦■>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 4 While atvjhf Fanner.-.' Short Course lust week «he Parker county boys agreed to ^lite something about their trip. 1 feel that many will enjoy read- ing part of what the boys say, and believe that it will be a.s valuable as the other information given under this heading: "College Station, Texas, July 25.-- 1 am going to tell you of my trip to College Station. We left home Mon- day morning at 4 o'clock for Weath- erford, where we took th train for Fort Worth. There we took the 1. & G. N. aud all nay saw line crops, reaching College Station safely and went out to the main building, where we registered and were .sent to ouf room. Tuesday morning we murcbed out to the hog barn and studied the hog over, and marched bac k to where we were rooming. The next morning we judged sheep, or were told how 10 judge sheep, and were shown how to plow land and told why...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 1 August 1918

THE WEEKLY HERALD, THUr 8DAY, AUGUST 1, 191®. (1 I 1 ! i .o í m T a-WILL It TRAINED ON MEXICAN BORDER—RECRUITS WANTED. interest continues lo «row in the NaliouH. «Guard Infantry com pail y be- ing «KuraJll'id la Parker anil the ad- . Jaivtr' M uoUe« of Hood and Pulo Plou itnd It Is expected i hut the unit «tUl fcr. T#eruli.Hd 10 full wur strength within n few days. The new Texas N«Uuaul • 'lutkrd I un eiuct duplicate ot-Xk'toU guard. Ioiik wince federal • Im*<1 and now on Un way to foreign •' mil. Speculation Js rife uh to what > wilt «e ¿be final outcome of the new guunl. but dt Jh the opinion of most luilharv uuen thai the new organlEa- flan will he converted into a division and *enl oversea*. It 1m very likely, bow«i «r, «tluM the guardsmen will He CMUr 'heir j)iM'Jiii)inary training on the border. .but If the wur continúen the • divfKtrn in .certain to see foreign sor- ■ n . |i| College Organlatation. Tin Itwal company wuh originally v#rganl*eil ** H troop of cavalry, but ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 1 August 1918

THE WEEKLY HERALD. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918. Your Trade Is Solicited Haying bought the R. W. Bonner grocery I have increased the former stock of Groceries and Feed and intend to carry as complete line of goods as these "wartimes*' wili permit. I want your trade—1 also want your pros duce and will pay top prices for ail 1 buy. T. M. Culwell BOTH PHONES East Side Square i HEAVY FIGHTING STILL IN PROG- RESS SOUTH OF SOISSONS. NEAR BUCASCY. * E 3 Re#nforccmenta Reaching Germans Offer Stiff Resistance Beyond Ourcq River. there vas severe hand to nam! limn- ing, the allies eventuajfly obtaining the upper hand. in an nt OF DUBRUDJA REG1 IUMANIA TO BULGARS IS RESENTED. * Germans Reinforced. With the American Army on the ¡ A. ne-Marne Front, July 29.—The | French ¿inri American troops an , flashing vigorously the stiffening Ger-,CE6 man rear today, with prospects ihai before night the advancing line will ti close to the River Andre, whici now is only a tew kilometers away. LonA July 30. "The...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 1 August 1918

THK WEEKLY herald. thursday, august 1, 1918. I I * i I « 1 ■ !■«: •al Arthur L. Spain, tachHd 55th Co, 14i h I in., 1 ' • - Minera/^^'raviH, is doing hix bit11* bury; J a«l. H« has fully covered thurd ' iIh recent operation. has H. Ca him in class A, and n®w 'U1" 1-MM1.L Rt TRAINED ON MEXICAN ^arn,¡^nf4Hv waitin« for his trafer OVP|/ rrfp travis lett! ♦ David II Moore, Palo P border—recruit8 f wanted. tottifm A'trntlnuea to grow in the Katiooa.' (Cíuaxd infantry company be- lag mircuUetf in Parker and the ad- . Ja«vW y^JUOt Ies of Hood and Palo Pi oi* and U Is expected that the unit > «till fce.raorulUid to full war strength within a few days. The new Texas NaijttJU)' ''iuafd is an exact duplicate • af tJ ij-uW Kuard. long since federal- • kMtd and now on its way to foreign ¿«ail. Speculation Is rife as to what ><vill he il.be Anal cintróme of the new • ginLrri but rft. is the opinion of most . milita?? aaee that the new organiza- tion "Will be .converted into a division an...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 8 August 1918

The Cotten-Bratton Furniture Company «Terythiiiff In the bouse furnishliu? Claw. Undertaker* and licensed em- balasen. Call answered day or night W. A. White & Co C1TDEBTAKEB8 We deliver coffin aai MM to any part of the Nu(y< MEMBER A880CIATED PRESS. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSO/ AUGUST 8, 1918 VOL. XIX. NO. 18. TEXAS' SHARE IS $91,361—STATE MUST DUPLICATE AMOUNT ALLOTTED. By Associated Press. Wasington, Aug. 8.—Apportionment to each state of the federal fund of $2,307,460 for vocational education in 1918-19 has been announced by the Federal Board of Vocational Educa tion. The funds are made vailable on the condition that each state shall ■duplicate the amount allotted. The money must be spent as follows: For agriculture, $782,575; trade, home economics and industry, $794,- 463; teacher training, $730,421. The allotments by states follow: Maine, $17,920: New Hampshire, $15,000; Vermont, $15,000; Massachu- setts, $86,138; Rhode Island, $19,304; Connecticut, $31,245; New York, $2...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 8 August 1918

WEEKLY HERALD at the Postoffice at Weather- Texas, as second class matter. Published Every Thursday by ▼HI HERALD PUBLISHING CO. 121 York Avenue SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES: •M Year In Advance $1.00 M> Months in Advance .60 (Three Months In Advance .35 in face of the urgent appeal of Presi- dent Wilson that young men .should not fail to continue their educational pursuit In college or university. Many thousands under the age of 21 have al ready volunteered their services to their country, and should the remain- der be drafted, where is the universi- ties to get their students except from the weaker sex? The age limit should be raised rather than lowered. f. ■. H. BAILEY, Business Manager TELEPHONES: •oathwestern 350. Independent 240-B THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1918. Its a long road from the Marne to the Rhine, but General Foch knows the way. > The workingman who strikes today may not be a pro-German, but he acts like one, observes a Kansas editor. From I he way Weatherford resi- dences are ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 8 August 1918

y—.Jfci THE WEEKLY HERALb, THURSDAY, AUGU3T 1, 1913 Idlers and Spendthrifts—— are worse than a plague of bollwevil; they will 'bankrupt a nation quicker. The prosperous are a nation's strength in time of peace and her heroes in time of war. Your bank account will show whicli class you belong to—buy War Savings Stamps and keep your bank account growing at the— M. & F. State Bank i r. WILL SELL HAY BY POUND TO CUT OUT PROFITEERING Huy will hereafter bo sold by I lie (|pound and not by the bale, according to a regulation received Monday by W. B. McCleskey from the food ad- WALTER S. FANT JR., MARINE CORPS, WOUNDED JULY 19 W. S. Pant, president of the First National Hank, received a telegram Monday morning from Major General Geo. Harnett, Washington, stating ministration. The new ruling is from I thai Lieut. Walter S. Fant, Jr.. was C. C. Guinrn, director of the tenth food ■ wounded In action in France on July administration district, with head-ill : that the wound was of an undeter...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 8 August 1918

' V ' THE WEEKLY HgWALD. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918. i Parker County News i N«ws and V *w« Sunt in hy Our Large List of Correspondent RAIN WOULD NOT BENEFIT CR0P8; 8T0CK WATER SCARCE 8p«cJal to The H«r«Jd Wbitt, Texan, Aug. 7.—Crops of ev- ery kind are now past being benefited if it should rain; Htock water han ¿Iven out and the well are being used to water Htock. Fruit has been fery good! tomato crop almost a fail- ure. The protracted meeting at the Bap- tist church is now in progress, with much interest being manifested. H. E. Grantham and family of Booasville, came over Saturday. Mr. Grantham returned Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Grantham and the children re- maining for a few days at the home ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. John- r ¿ton. •-';<•••• • ' • * t , John Johnston, J. D. William and Ben Johnston returned Sunday iron Fort Worth. Mr . Jno. Johnston, who has been nick at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. E. M. Jordan, for the past several weeks, we are glad to state in i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 8 August 1918

■- ■ =HH——a— (able to uo to ninny of the town- and ♦ .PARKER COUNTY BOYS IN ♦¡han «ten only three women since he ♦ TRENCH AND CAMP. 4 jliaw ben in that section of France who ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+♦♦♦♦•♦*♦ j could talk English, and of those a , „ „ , 'ted Cross nurse. Jep Hartnett has written home alt- vVh<n the nouncing bis arrival in France. Panther division left !Camp Howie for overseas duty a nuni- Mr*. Joe üreer has received word ber of Park.-r county boys convalesc- that her husband has arrived safely inn front recent sickness were left he- overseas. ¡hind to more fully recover .from their G. S. White has received u card an- , Illness and join their units later. Sev- THE WEEKLY HERALD, ^HURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918. MATTER WILL BE OPENED ENOUGH INTEREST IS MANIFESTED. nouncing the safe arrival overseas ol hoys from Weatherford were lat- «jian highway? Does Weatherford want the Meri- while their call to the colors. The remain- ¡ der of the draft men were engaged as labort i s and salesmen. A ve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 8 August 1918

T~ mmmM ♦v."-; '• .*■ Y'V". Í fv THE W66KLV HERALD. THURSDAY, AUQU8T 1, 1918. n $ I I I I" 1MB li "" « VMWITA^b \WU. A88I8T YOUNG .MftOMÜN "TWflOUGH TRAIN- ¿Wé PERIOD. míh Wtfirraln * tfUrmmHi** of the Council is in Charge of p Recruiting. "32í e.£í ernraent I calling for 25,000 ?■ 14HKUS women to Join the United * IttMi Hludent fiurse Reserve and * JtHüit tbe/paeJves ia reudinesu to train * «or ptnte* 8« mrsaa. 21m ww i* creating an unprecedent) 1 MI xlMBiUd /or trained nurses. Only * ttaM whP haye taken the full training "• coorc# Are «Ugible for service with * mu i&xvfi.* x verf.fcH«. These nurres - drawn largely from our fcos- At Jtwme. Their places must be .py student nurses enrolled for x'-th*4nÍ¡ .training course of frotn two v y«nr Kvery youns woman ho «>ttr(Al# id .the Ilnited States S'.u- * .4*ftt J^urne Reserve ia releasing a, tisnr Mr Herviré at the front and '•-IwdUjQe «te home army which we <b¿aiiet.£ely ¿M tt> act as our second line •>M JtojBitabl (def...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 8 August 1918

THE WEEKLY HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1918. Land Loans, 7% and 8%. Oil Leases, sóld and procured. Real Estate for sale. General Insurance. Conveyancing. W. D. TAYLOR & CO. Southwest Comer Square, Weatberford, Texas BELIEVED THAT GERMANS WILL NOW HAVE TO FALL BACK TO AISNE LINE. LIST REPORTED MONDAY SHOWS 700 NAMES, LARGEST YET MADE PUBLIC. Washington, Aug. 5.—Casualties among the American troops now lighting along the Maine since July 35th are now being reported daily by General Pershing. * No estimate of the total loss has yet been received. Men from forty- six states are named in the list, with no state predominating, showing that the casualties are scattered through many units. The states not listed are Arizona and Delaware. An additional list of 300 names, bringing the total for today to approx- imately 700, was checked at the war department today and is in prepara- tion for the morning papers tomorrow. Washington, August 5.—The army casualty list today shows: Killed in act...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 8 August 1918

I5f i * T THE weEKUV HERALD. THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1918. I [ ' i I H < H fc;i No Phone orders and nothing charged «during sale! EVENT COMINO A special Free Prize Drawing Fri. and Sat. at 9 a. m. Arrange your affairs to be here promptly 9 a. m. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9TH J. H. Page's Mammoth Unloading Sale swings into action with wonderful bargains! Big alterations and remodeling now going on—must have room and must reduce stock, so now comes the « * Mammoth stock, and the best that money will buy, all go on sale in this building at such prices, when we swing the doors back opening morning at 9:00 it will be a sight and scene never to be forgotten as long as you live, for positively its the Greatest, Grandest, Biggest, Broadside Bargain Event; Stupendous, Stem winding, and Startling Sale that you have ever seen since the day you were born. OUR POLICY—We never believe in carrying over merchandise from one season to the other, hence this mighty sale, and also we now have a force of carpenters...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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