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   Wichita Weekly Times (Newspaper) - October 15, 1915, Wichita Falls, Texas                            i ii N r v PAGE EIGHT WICHITA WEEKLY TIMES. WICHITA PALLS. TEX AS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER From Sunday's Dailj MiBB Carolyn McClure left today for Dallas where she has accepted a po eltioon in the public schools of that city. While her many friends regret to see her go, they rejoice with her In her promotion Frank Vincent and family of De Sola, who have been visiting Mr and Mrs I. Knight, will leave Tor their home today Virgil Hamrlc and children who have been visiting his sister Mrs l Knight will return to their home at De Sola today oft here tor a visit with her aunt Mrs V S Kay whllo en route from Cali- fornia, continued jesterduy afternoon to her home at Hjskcll Drs Hartsook and Daniels returned Friday night from a trip to tort Worth and Dallas Mrs H S Crlflln returned to her home at Dundee yesterday after short visit with Mrs M A Brln Mrs Davis commercial agent for the Fort Worth and Denver went to Decatur yesterday Mrs Hardesty Barclay went to Hen rletta yesterday afternoon where she helped initiate a class of candidates Into the Royal Neighbors lust night Judge Jo A P Dickson here yesterday J V C T ChrlBtenboii left yester day for a short stay at Dallas .1 M Webster and W Crow prominent farmers ot the Hollidav see tion were here yesterday Miss Cenevleve Caner came home yesterday from, a visit at Fort Worth Where she was taken 111 Miss Inez Geary his ROUO to San Francisco for a visit at the exposition and from there will go to Seattle where she will spend the with her aunt After a winter of art stndj she will go to Honolulu leturning home neit spring She was accom panted as far as Colorado Springs, b> Mrs N I, Inge Due Mlllsop left last night for New York on a. buying trip for the P B M Company From Monday s Dailv Clarendon Ions Is here from Amaril lo, Tex. J Turpln of Clinton, Okla Is in the city Mrs N C Mclntjre, who now lives in San Francisco is here to look after her property interests Mr and Mrs L A Thornbnrg or Okmulgee Okla were here They made their (rip In an automobile iobfast of Mannington, West here jiilss Geneva Stinnan left this rtiorn Ing fpr Mangum, PK'a where she will enter school She, was accompanied by Mr. W, f> Carter of place T C Thatcher of Oklahoma Citv, is W visiting his parents Mr and Mrs H H Thatcher of this city Mrs P C McAbce of California is visiting W McAbee and family having returned from Electra where ano visited her grandmother B ti Garvej and 0 0 Duren of At cher City were visitors here Sundaj W, A Kincaid of Quitman was here yesterday J A. Hankerson, court stenographer for (he Stttfi judicial (eft for his home at Hoakell today C C Porter and J, V Porter of Soft ham weep here yestenlas ,Aitprney Orville Bullington left to- flay for Amarillo Mr and llrs 0 T Bacon left afternoon for Dallas to attend the mar rtage of their son Bentley to M1st Marguerite Mtater The ceremony will take place at the Oriental Hotel ai high qoon and Mrs T E Roberts ha-u gone to Dallas to attend the marriage Of their niece, Miss Marguerite MIn ter, to Bentley Bacon of this city J. M Carter returned to his home at Ploinvlew this afternoon after a visit with his sister Mrs W M Ful ler and son Judge A li Carrlgan left this after roou for Abilene on a brief business trip Miss Florence Blum of Burkburnett a visitor here todav Miss tieth Fowler was heie from Burkburnett today Mrs Clendennlng and daughter Amy of Daingerfleld, were here today en route to Burkburnett for a visit with 3 E Laney and family Clem Sanders who Borloimh burned in a boiler explosion in the oil field near Burkburnett several weeks ago has recovered snf fluently to re turn to his home at Burkburnett He has been in a hospital here since the accident From Tuesdaj s Dally County Commissioner J P lick ton and wife left this afternoon fo> a visit witlr relatives at Arlington and Dallas They will be gone days and may attend >the opening of the State Fair at Dallas C B Menzle, In chfge of the business of the National Supply-Com- pany In North Texas, will sever lua connection with that company effec- tive October 15th Mr Men.de will continue his residence in Wichita Falls devoting his time to his personal interests in the well contracting bus I ness and other lines In which he Is interested Mr Ingram from the state dlstrl outing agency for the Jackson Auto- mobile at Fort Worth, Is in the uty having driven one of the new modolu of that car up trom Fort for exhibition here Mrs, t W Beavers left today for a visit to a sister residing In Oklahoma who Is reported as VITV sick E S Held, the architect, leaves tonight San the annual mcctliw ot the btate Architects Association W Leu Mooro of the llrni of Moore and Kit holt, accompanied him Frank Hrtlev, the youth who sjs talned a broken leg In a, collision Ire tween his motorcycle and an auto mobile several weeks> agop w_as able to leave the hospital today aiid walk ed up town although he must keep his li g in plaster parts for eonie time vet V n McUlirkan is here from Doutun BPU 0 Neatherv a well known i goods salesman traveling out of Louis, is ii) the city A J Byrne of San Antonio, a visitor here todav Mr Mrs Sid Bernstein df Dallas, are here todaj Mrs S J Calsbey returned today from Dallas, where slie has been visit- ing her daughtei Mr and Mrs Hupgins of Vernon, were here today en route to Holliday to attend the golden wad ding anniversary of Mrs HugginV J M Tavldr Taylor's chftl should be spent 'Mr Huff was asked what kind of building ho thought should be built, and replied that while lievlng it entirely impracticable Doubt was expressed as tq whether the old walls would stand the weight of an he had not given the matter careful I additional story It was pointed out consideration he thought three stories I that the present court house is 30 A bond issue for for a new court house will he voted upon Novetn her 20th, by the tax payers of Wichita county The commissioners court this afternoon fixed the election for that date The vote was three to two, I and a basement would be necessary years old, and that even if it would Commissioners McClesky and Smith Judge Huff thought the building "ot De anything to be proud of voting negatively wnue County Judge' should be laige enougu for the! Mayor Britain announced that he Hacilca sast tlie deciding vote for the j county's future needs, that proposition This action was taken following the should be ample rooms tor the flit trict courts the county court, and the presentation tills morning of a. pe-f federal and appellate courts which lie jtitipn with over 900 signatures asking that such an election be called Mr Young Preients Petition. Tlie petition was presented b> J T Young, who has been active in circu latlng it, and was read, to the parents, Mr and Mrs All of Mr and Mrs drou will be in attendance at a o clock dinner tonight at the famrN home at Hollida> The children elude Mrs Vernon Mrs hoped to see established bere some dav Judge Huff expressed his strong that the additional tax rate necessary for the interest and sinking fund on a court house would be only eight cents Judge Harris and others expressed the view that if a new constructed it should be entirely fire- proof Bet'er accomodatlqns for ju- and he predicted that some of, K of ukViuet nua w.vi v j U 11 i _-, 1 Aft pritu6 1166 US Ot WQ I16W DUUOlIlKi by Judge Harris The lift of names Iive to see a fity of During further discussion of the mat was read only in purt it being too I nere "e people here within a few long Among the citizens who were present at the meeting were R. E Huff, W Lee Moore, C W Bean, and Mayor A H Britain Sentiment At Iowa Park. ter. Commissioner McClesky said that while the people of his part of the Commissioner McClesky wanted to county wanted sufficient accomoda know if it would not be feasible to, lions for the officers, they believed make the present building more nearly that all needs could be met by adding Mr Young said that many of the fire proof, and add a third story to it another story on the present building tax payers with whom he had talked This idea did not seem to meet with Adjournment was shortly taken until about the court house thought 0001 much favor, most of those present be- after dinner. Wallace Huggins J M Hawle> Mil, ARMY TOURNAMENT DAILY M E Chllds W H Tavlor, C >1 Taylor and Miss Bertha Taylor W Holliday A A Young an experienced clothing man of McAlester, has nc cepted a position wlth-Riggs store He win move his family here within a few weeks REPENTENCE MM1 THEMES LARGEST AUDIENCES OF MEET INGS HEARD REV. WALTERS SUNDAY i mm From Wednesdas s Dally r Miss Pearle Robertson left toda> for Antlers, Okla to relatives C L Fontaine returned this aftci noon from a trip to Amarillo Mrs R C Smith and fadier T M Kelt are expected to return tomor row from a visit in Bosque county J H Galllgher, traveling store keen or for the Kaly lines, with hendqun fers at Parsons Kansas a tor here today C P Carrithers geneial time Keep er for Urt Katy lines In Texas, here from his headquarters at Dai las today Mr and Mrs Otis T Bacon and Mi and Mrs T W Roberts have from Dallas where they attended tlie marriage of Bently Bacon and Marguerite Mlnter Mrs Monte- Stannifortli and llttlrj tufa returned today from a visit relatives in Fort Worth Mrs Ed 11 Lysaght; Mrs Stanniforth s motuei accompanied them foi a visit here A party of Fort Worth and officials including D. K kellqr, vke president, H A Uauaewitz _ superintendent D I Grenfill, auditor -I-H-.TO W F Sterlej, general freight and j genera! frejnia passenger agent were here today en ,J route tor a trip over the Wichita Vai ley and the Stamford and Northwest cm lines Ambitious Youths Vihats your age'" Bluffer (determined to do the patri otic thing and get to the Twenty two 1 said your your chest measure, Sketch NO TIME WASTED. Prompt Action Is Pleasing Wichita Falls Many (Jet down to the cause of thins Bad backs are frequently caused by weak kidneys quarters Jhe State Faftfby Reason r' I? fori PJiint to a r, fair this yeaj will be chafWt-elrjzla multiparty of higli-cjass attractions yt is. ladinitted b> the that trie maneuvers of thi troops In front of the big graml Und affordi caui WonS'fhr- the tiotii at thi ird breaktijs Fair expected to "tjftwSciaVcaiu 'gh.ont the gtiptlcfty of new ajiftfef Falr and the extensive publicity campaign of the Fair As sociation the fines' attraction and one! The infiHd of the rare track will be which meet- with more universal ap j ronverted into a regulation paiadp provai than The lilt le field arhlipr tny and ah others of muskPtry the roar of nimgted with the rial ol ciivalrv horses hoof-, the of Old Glnr fliiUemii; in at the hrad of the rharelng inents ind HIP patrlo' c a r, of thp Arm) hands all coniblnp tno eround for the accommodation of Several days before tho open ing date of the Pa r the government guards will reach Dallas and pitch tnp'r fins at Fair Park The tented w'll bi splc and spall and readv for the double dallv enteitainments and 'he same regulations observed by in its dally routine life -sill providing of an .._----, has ffc-( of the red cor 'ba obsenfd to the The de- Help the kidneys to got nd ol Utaiy ''oumlmg the veins' of (roops to visit will backache, the onlooi rs and the In req-iire several trains lor it, move Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kid neys onl> No time wasted trying to cure other troubles Wichita Falls people endorse their merit S S Boston 605 Lee St, Wichita Falls says 'My back was paining oretty badly and stooping or lifting indltion caused me much suffering M> VM i.eimo t 'o ii to patriotic "motions which bonle on thp las' "Mr ro ir division.; of thp srr (lie infan rv faval i mo mala irtlllc v and Mitunoi tuieil thft muneivpt'6' were also too active Dean's Kidney Pills Two boxes of procured from, th V .n? Tin'. in onfr' ilnnx nt of last n IIP maneuver of Mack Taylor's Drug Store, cured Price BOc at all dealers Don t sim ply ask for a kidnej Doan'a Kidne> same that Mr Boston had FosterMHburn Co, Props, Buffalo, N Y .Artlllerv Kul meit to lo the avi it on on in! tit lietvv f eld rtetii of 'he entertain IK-CII (I dm not oh There will be several hMndrod horses and mules stabled in ths tern porary reset vation President W, I Yopp of tlK State Fair of Tews In commenting upon this feature of the gigantic entertain ment prostain, said citizen of the State of Texas Is indebted to the War Department for lit fleciiion to ihe return to Dallas 'his fill of the uoops which ma.nifj.'WMSiah or child whose is ftty field _ scored a signal JHnce'esfe, and so, but from vhai 1 leain this will eclipse it demonstrated amnblp it i-. known tint IK I figured Instrumentallv last vear In t and 2 uffi soldiers of t Sams j ranking th ou cannot pray From Mottdny'ij Dally, The largest audiences jet present beard Her. F F. Walters yesterday in the afthe Christ- Ian Church There were two add! tions to the Church Miss Agnsw 'Somebody Knows 'Tis Jesus" at the night service The subject of the morning sermon was "Prajer' and at night the subjeit was "Re pentance A. phrase from Luke 181 "Men ought ilvajs to pray was used as CCI a text 11 the morning sermon "The Jfc infidel and tho agnostic cannot pray, ls not repentant e 'JVJiiaL old-JTelix_Baw Haul ahaking_A those nilson chains in his face and beard him reasoning concerning righteousness and judgement to come, he was deepl> convictirt but did not, repent Joseph s breth -T vv vre coih> victed and took the lad o ot the pit but sold him for one dollar and flfty cents each. Dont call conviction re- pentance '4 Remorse is not repent me It la an element of but not all of repentance Judals wai i subject of keen remorse, but lit sn i ided, in stead of repenting for or of his sins Remorse is n whip that God puts in the hand of conscience chastising the guilty "i Confession is not repentance. J confessed he betrayed in- nocent blood 'Not every one that sayeth I onl, Lord shall enter into the kingdom but he that doeth the will of the Father' Man dont have to read the Bible to know when does wrong He knows when he lies about, steals from or betravs an other Bible or no Bible, church or no church 1 'U repentance Is not sorrow, fear, conviction remorse or confession what then is repentance' Let us notice fo.ur things only at this time "1 The penitent thinks different 1> Studying evidence eomerning Ohilst, Christianity the Bble nnd crurih, soon changes his thoughts about sin The Prodigal Soi is an illustration of genuine rei He thinks talks and atts dlffi rontlvr He turns about nnd travels in a illf ferent direction He uses hK hcitfl and thinks '2 The penitent feels mind being changed, his bean is and someone else vou We should have a con fldcnce in God and confidence in man It is the spiilt of prajer which counts niUht confess our sins to God and be right with Him Pray- er is for all men Clods help ccording to your own need If the) iver I'fe dies the Christian life) lift in the ri, T p wntancp was 11 the i a t L light service He tcok as his text Acts 17 JO "In of I ancp God Overlio cd lilt nov He men that they shcum all cveuwhere repent' i ns is he o uj kug a-, r irist is all pow rful as long as we must hear His declaration except ve repent ye likewise all perish l.uke IS 3 t little matters whaf councils decree 01 formulas declare Too much cannot about lepentance Too much importance cannot be placed upon this topic The first hing John tie Baptist lesus Christ and His dibui 'es pret. I was re lentance a wid birth ire like :he old colored preache said ho didn t -like to preaci tinst chicken stealing because it wavs appeared to throw such coldness over the meeting anil make so man of his members freeze up towards ilm No matter who preaches touched and melted to tears repentance, if it is done in God s Softened .thus like the Publican he prays be merciful to me a sin lower he is sure to stir up snakes Humanit} hates to see her own 'aults mistakes blemishes No [ihotdgrapher would maKc a living If ner 1 ike Saul of Tarsjis, he asks what wilt thou have me do' Feels lihe cloing. s6mething fpr the king and his kingdom Ready to be made a correct likeness of woman that came along If he didn't v retouch out'the stjiiint here, put on J The penitent acts differently or off a mole there she would go'When the Prodigal Son was reallj elsewhere It is said that sou he acted like it by getting not get an elephant to drink from out of that foreigners hog pen and clear water he sees his ugly totting homo to lather A story is face tirs him to- fury He lashes tho into foam There must be lots of hu ran nature about the elephant For the same reason men don t told of an old liar who came to a church and making the confession, was taken, to the creek for Imnier slon Among the large crowd many do jou think he is converted HKe the Bible They see reflected has he changed will be quit his lies9 their own wicked hearts and tan tilt was cold tne November wind cut stand it People do not like that1 through the thml) clad candidates kind of book or sermon that roughly finds the tender spot They want smooth preaching, sermons of the vv ill tell you whether he is converted, you tickle me and i will tickle kind loie taps on the head are desired that make them tcci iikp a boy with his mouth full of butter scotch Make a mim feeljiis Import ance that Tfie Afinifhl) catfr pet along wiOioat him and he 'thinks sou a great preacher Tohn the Baptist Jesus and the early disciples were not that kind of men Opening the book in the center John said repent for the Kingdom of God is at hand He took lead aim at big sinners on the flout ieat None felt comfortable Under Ills preaching Johns backbone was bigger than many preachers bodies He would no more flinch than a Quaker mealing Plenty of Phart sees in Jerusalem took pains to rub the fur the right wav with old Herod, but not John He saw Herod's mfses prancing up to his meeting, minting at tlin nastv woman lolling in the purple cushion beside the king John shouted 'repent, put Jier away' His words drew blood lik'e a dama- for baptism An old elder said to the anxious Questioners, 'wait and I or not VUicn the old time liar (amo up from undei the water onto the. bank that old elder met him with his hand and the quelsion 'John I am Klad to 8ie you make this start. wah the water cold? 'No the water 'was not cold The old eldor shout ed he s a liar, put him under again But after all when we decide to go v here Jesus directs, there will be When he was con of such sins, ho no quibbling over the waters of Ab ana and Pharphar Dr Kojal Dye ten vearh missionary in Africa toils of an old wiUh doctor who had many wives and slaves repenting freed all slaves and let all but one wife go to their homes Reflection on Royalty. During the latter years of George HI s reign all performances of Shakes- peare s King Lear' wore forbidden, in consequence of the madness of the king. Onl> Cir cus coming I to Wichita Falls OCTOBER 201 Circus J Day, '4 IHfcBROS CIRCUS If inULIIlvAND STUPENDOUS IINEWLYADDED SPECTACLE SOLOMOM W ZOO 3BIG MILES OF PARADE WONDERS A WONDERFUL ALL NEW NOVELTY CIRCUS 1250 I PERSONS IN THE CAST I 3OO BEAUTIFUL DANCING St GIR LS I! 400 j SINGERS 73S 'HORSES ANDJRAIN LOAD OF SCENERY yggAS BIG NEW STREET PARADI hesottiekitrtrtftniifl Downtown Ticket Sale Circus Dav at MncTt Tnyior'a Drag Store 820 I OhtoAve Same prke as at the Cirrus Grounds I -T5T   

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