Late Marion J. Watts

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Late Marion J. Watts - YOU rull owner t Paw Paw. Okla., and a alo...
YOU rull owner t Paw Paw. Okla., and a alo justice of the pece. The foneml was bt-ld Sunday with Masonic honor, and interment was nude in Oak Cemetery. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS WILL HAVE A GRAND TIME Governor Geo. W. Hays and Con-jressman Otis T. Wingo. with State K. tf P. officials from Arkansas and Oklahoma, will attend the Knighu of BIG POTATO CROP ON THE MARKET IN JUNE "Early in June the potato growers around Fort Smith will bein digging one of the largest crops ever marketed in this field," said Gus Woldert, the Fon Smith potato buyer, to The Htr-ald. "The crop is In fine condition, and there is every indication that the demand will be strong and good prints paid for the entire crop. Export shipments, on account of the war, will be unusually large this year." M. J. SCULLY'S EXPERT KNOWL-EDGE SAVES TREES. M. J. Scully and his force of expert tree doctors have accomplished invaluable work this spring in Fort Smith for the saving of our fine shade trees. A visit to the parks and many rts-idences evidence "the practical work accomplished under Mr. Scully's su-1 ft z.' ::-fX. ,. i x? v. ' L h CONGRESSMAN WINGO Pythias installation of nearly 100 new i !! mbers at their hall to-morrow night. I This will be one of the most important j The oervlsion. Manv tr have hpn sav.' Pythian meetings ever held in Fort and many more have been trimmed mith- and thus greatly adding to their beauty. SHOES POE'S Stockings TEDDY" ROOSEVELT SMITH'S FINE BERRIES Poe's Shoe Store Is Fort Smith's Favorite Family Store, because POE'S CASH SELLING SYS TEM IS A GUARANTEE OF MONEY SAVING PRICES TO PATRONS. Teddy" Roosevelt Smith, formerly u well-known freight agent, but now a , d.iiryman and rural farmer, brought a ; sample of his home-grown strawber-' r;es to The Herald office. Mr. Smith never does anything in a half way, and j his strawberries will rank with the t best of the 1915 season. Along with Quality and Stan-dard Styles of Shoes. At POE'S every member of the family can purchase the same High-Grade Shoes for Cash and save Money for Ho-! sierv. i REV. M. C. HICKMAN'S PRACTICAL SERMON TO BOYS Last Sabbath morning the Fort Smith Cadet Band attended services at tl.e First Metbootet church, corner of Eleventh and Grand, and listened to a splendid sermon delivered by the pastor. Rev. M. C. Hickman. The theme was, "Why David was called from the sheepfold to the palace." Mr. Hickman brought out the truth David was the youngest of the; fit eight boys, which was a handicap, but . quickly? he was not handicaped by wealth. The young man weighted down with I-great wealth does not stand much OUT StOCk Of Hosiery for La-j chcance of achieving great tilings in dies is the Finest in Fort the &attle of life. Smith, I David was obedient. Obedience is the law of advancement; the index of the fibre of character. David w:s clean. His countenance was not bleared with intoxicants; his features were not stained with nico- FOKT SMITH. ARK. No. 710 Garrison Ave. LATE MARION J. WATTS At the ripe age of 80 years Marion J. Watts passed away Friday at his residence, 803 South Sixth street. He 19 survived by his widow and six children, Pink Watts, Muldrow, Okla.: Mrs. Susan Cherry, Marion Watts and Mrs. Delia Robison, Mansfield, Ark.; Tom Watts, of Paw Paw, and Mrs. Denny Shackelford, of Cans, Okla. He was one of the oldest Masons in the Southwest, and has been associated with Fort Smith for nearly half a century. For many years he was familiarly called Governor," the title of honcr growing out of his announcement as a candidate for Governor of Arkansas w hile living near Mansfield. Me was also a leading merchant and NEXT ELECTRIC Smith's Popular COMEDY

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  1. Daily Herald,
  2. 13 May 1915, Thu,
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