The Daily Index. (Mineral Wells, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 260, Ed. 1 Monday, March 16, 1903 Page: 3 of 6
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THE DAILY INDEX
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Entered at the poetoOee in Mineral Welle
u second elaee mail
H. D. Arnold, re-eleotioD.
C. W. Wilson.
F. C. Hiohsmith.
For City Aseeesorand Collector
H. M. (huoh) Coleman.
Gborqr A. Sims.
J. T. Harris.
Jim Tom Story.
For City Secretary—
W. A. (arthur) Howard.
H. W. McMillan.
For City Attorney—
E. B. Ritchie.
For City Treasurer—
A J Thomas, Re-election.
For Alderman First Ward—
W. J. (Billy) Wood.
For Aldrman 2nd Ward—
John T. Moore.
For Alderman 3rd Ward—
John W. Birdwsll.
T J Foster.
E. D. Oliver
Body stealing seems to be the
fad among doctors and others in
The president will leave on his
western trip April 1st, providing
the senate adjourns in the mean-
8ome of the legislators are
booming Sayers for a plaoe on
the Panama oanal commission.
It seems to us Texas oould select
a better man than Say era. How
It will be but a few years un-
til the Western Uqion Telegraph
ootibpany, that blood-sucking
corporation reeking with tat
from the people, will be compell-
ed to give way to the new wire-
less system. Speed the day.
Andrew Carnegie la arranging
to build a railroad in South
Amerioa that will oost him two
hundred million dollars. That
may be the starting point that
Mr. Carnegie has hoped to reaob
before he dies. This road may
A Chicago man will be com-
pelled to eat from the mantle for
some time to oome. He wae s
oigareite fiend and oarried a box
of matohes in his pistol pocket.
They oaught fire one day and
when the blase wae extinguished
the pocket wae gone.
It is right funny to notioe
nearly all the papers that sup-
ported Brysn during both of his
campaigns for president are now
ripping him up the back at a
lively rate. Theee papers are
now not only fighting Bryan,
they are against the principles
that the man advocates so re-
ligiously—all because they were
Eye; Ear, Nose aid Threat,
Office In Raines Building.
The dog oatohers are after the) Dr. Charles B. Williams
oanines and they are getting a
few, too. The writer wae aeked
yesterday if the oatcher had tha
right to take a man's dog from
his yard and pat him in the
pound. Ws answered that It
might be done if the dog and the
owner were willing, but' other-
wise not. The matter should
take a legal course. You oan
no more take a man's dog fur a
tax than you oan take hie land
without due reooupe to the
courts. rBut do not get the In-
dex down wrong on thin proposi-
tion. It believes in the dog tax,
as some means must be adopted
to rid the oity of a lot of worth-
iest ours that are a menaoe to
Five rooms 15 x 15 house olose
in for sale at $1000.
U P Barber,
Suooessor to Barber A Coleman,
offioe over Yeagers drug store.
The Mineral Wells hardware
and implement oompany will
make a special prioe on queens-
ware and glassware to the hotel
and boarding house trade of
ROBERT H. PARRY,
• Office *t N*M I
»». W#rt aI tha
Mineral Wells, Tones'.
V. C. WCKINSON,
Office Over Lion Drug Store.
Work Qaaraatae* aad (Cast la Repair.
MINERAL WELLS TEX.
C. M. STONE,
Practical Stone and
..... Phone 146
‘ But where to find the happiest
Who can direct when all pretend
_M«u>y era aatlafled to lira In Northweat
Texan, baring proved the rniaa of the land
----------- ----- ~ - Not
tn this region aa a good Crop Rateer, No
only Cattle, hot Wheat, Cotton, Corn. Pead
•tan. Oan talon pea. Garden Truck and
Good Health flourish here-la a district
where malaria Is tmpoevible and wary little
doing for Jails and Ho-pltal*
Land, which 4a being sold at really low
flfnraa—4ho the constantly Increasing de-
mand Is steadily booming raluaa- Is still
abundant! and farm, and rancehes of all
ch^»dayiirpp,,jr ,OCfct*dl por
We will gladly supply all aakera with a
copy of a little book, published by tlie
Northweet Texes Real Estate Association,,
which contains an Interesting series of
straightforward statements of what PEG
PLE HAVE AOOOMPLISHDE along the
Fort Worth, Tax.
N. V.—w# flnd ear naeeenge- pa
clear thru. Ws continue, the year round,
the excellent Cla«s A service that Insures
the preference of Colorado and California
Tourists, Winter and Bummer. By the way,
we Oder now more than half a dozen mutes
to California, the newest being via Dal hart
'also good for Old Mexico), with flrat-grade
Eating Cars all the way.
We sell a Hotne-Beekr's ticket, good thirty
N. B.-We flnd
alia, and two
days, at <
at one and a third fare the round trip
stopovers at Vernon nnd points
Texan land laws of the present
will be a curiosity to posterity t
As they are now a piece of land,
owned by a thriftiest, laxy farm-
er who dose not work it, is taxed
hardly any. But let an indus-
trious man get hold of this same
piece of land and begin to work
it, and straightway the taxes
will lift him elear out of his boots.
Did any one ever hear of snob
W. M. W. AN. W. Ry.
The Best Service
The Quickest Tine
THROUGH TRAINS BETWEEN
- MINERAL WELLS AND
Dtikle Daily Passeager
point in the United
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WEATHERFORD, TEX AH
CARTER, DEC! t CO.,
Can be found at
City Water Works
Either day or night
> . Phone No. 50.
J. M. LUTTRELL, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
MINERAL WELL8, TEXAS.
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Time and Equipment
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Niagara Fall*. Stopover* allowed on all
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Line with all other* yon will be con-
vinced that It Is the beet.
W. P. CONNER. S. W. P. A.
an Mam street, Della*. Tex.
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Newton, W. B. The Daily Index. (Mineral Wells, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 260, Ed. 1 Monday, March 16, 1903, newspaper, March 16, 1903; Mineral Wells, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1038517/m1/3/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Boyce Ditto Public Library.