Caldwell News-Chronicle. (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, April 18, 1902 Page: 7 of 8
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Hpillil || CimMIC Iko
W«w Mt| Ovar
Loumvillc, Ky., March 27.—-A
secret meeting of representatives
of Louisville's whisky interest-
manufacturing: and jobbing—was
held at the Gait house this after-
noon to revive the national pro-
tective association organized in
Chicago in lBKí , to wage war
against the prohibition move-
ment and endeavor to show that
"prohibition laws are ineffec-
The association will be a
national organization. It will
have its headquarters in Louis-
ville. and will be supported by
a fund to which the distilling and
liquor jobbing interests of the
entire country are expected to
contribute. It in understood
that the organization will have
unlimited financial backing, for
representative of the trade
everywhere arc taking a deep
interest in the movement and
have already authorized the
promoters of the organization to
call on them lor funds. The
money will be u*cd in employ-
ing speakers to conduct cam-
paigns in stale , where the pro-
hibitionists are strong; in dis-
tributing printed matter, in em-
ploying statisticians ami writers
on econotnit subjects anil anti-
prohibition arguments particu-
Steps will now 1 ?• taken to
hold a national convention of
liquor men. at which a perma-
nent organization will be made.
A prominent distiller, discuss-
ing the meeting, said :
"The special aim of the organ-
isation will be t i slum the peo-
ple in tome states where the
prohibition movement is espe-
cially strong, the fallacy of their
position. At present a prohibi-
tion movement is sweeping over
the southwest and liquor inter-
ests are being hurt. In Michi-
gan, Maine and Kansas prohibi-
tion is also strong. We want to
show these people with speakers
and literature that in passing
prohibition measures they only
reduce their revenue and do not
benefit their states. In order to
convince them that this is a fact,
we will employ statisticians to
compile figures in support of
our statements. The work will
require much money and persis-
tent efforts, but the liquor men
are united in the movement, and
will accomplish our object just
as the old association did."
flow to Succeed In Business.
Keep your liver ill good condition by
using Simmon*' Liver Purifier (tin
, box.) It correct* constipation, curen
lud¡KCMtiou, liiliuusness, «tops lleud-
! in he. gets your heart in the right
j place o you can «mile at your neigh-
I KMJOIt MEN IN SESSION.
|lesa Grand Lodge of league of liberty
•t San Antonio.
San Antonio, Tex., April 14.—
The Texas Grand Lodge of the
League < f Liberty, an organiza-
tion of liquor men in the inter-
est of the liquor trade, mot in
this city this morning for a three
days' session. President Charles
A. Mangold, of Dallas, presided.
There are present about I'M), in-
cluding visitors. The following
subordinate lodges are rep-
resented by delegates: Austin.
Dallas, l'ort Worth, HI Paso,
Houston. Cleveland, Gonzales,
Paris. Hi lis boro, Waco, San An-
tonio, Cuero and Greenville.
The «easion today waa devoted
to bearing reports of officers and
the appointment of committees.
The El Paso delegation is the
largest on the ground, and it is
working hard to pull the next
meeting of the grand lodge to
Try Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets, the best physic. For
sale by all druggists.
INE S1A1E AFTER LIQUOR MEN.
Revenue Agent Cunningham Has Ordered
a Probing into Violation .of
Austin, Texas, April, 14.—
State Revenue Agent J. D. Cun-
ningham is now going after
violators of the local option law
in local option counties. He has
discovered that a number of
liquor dealers have taken out
licenses from the internal reve-
nue department to carry on
liquor business in local option
There are sixty-four counties
in the state with local option,
and Cunningham has written tax
collectors instructing them to
fully investigate the matter and
report at once.
Hunt'* Cure i not a misnomer. It
doc cure Itch, Ringworm, ICczcma,
Tetter and all sitniliar skin disease ..
A wonderful remedy. Guaranteed.
Price 25 and 50 cents.
It is getting to be in these
days that a man's life insurance
the; df-v/il's soliloquy,
K. I.. II. In Ourrml Issuv.
Sui;*•• t«?d by b'-aring a man .jm-.iV di paragiugly of a
young girl }
On* night « *h>- devil «m mtt*iii£ «lone.
in th«r midnt <>f hi* coxy warm tire.
Trying iitfure the difference in «wilt
'Tivren a thief and .«n all-round liar.
Hi* ituniory turned to the • of biv youth.
And h tr.rn filled with hot boiling tears;
So he lo..}< down hi- ledger and turned to a page.
Dated !>; • k about i* thousand yearn. •
" 1 *upp —e." he exclaimed a* be glanced through the book,
I'm doing the best that I can.
F>r uty bu i lie*- denote a continual increase
Kver «¡nee the creation of man.
I've cnbbfcd a ;■««! Uarvent for -ix thousand year .
And should bv content with the \ield.
And give my opponent permission t" have
The gleaning I leave hi the field.
I've gathered a very diversified crop
Of inert bants and lawyers galore ;
I've bound p<ditio.ins in bundles until
The end- of my linger* are .ore,
I've tiddlers, gamblers and insurance men ;
I've murderer *, forger* and liars;
And fill up m> furnace with green populist-
Till they actually put out the lire*.
I've tailroiid conductor* and doctor* to spare,
Horse trailers and preachers to spend,
K( pulilic.iiit, ilemoi i.'i!-, torie- and wlii,
And two or tlm e newspaper men.
Hut t he re ¡ , one la-- I'm happ\ to -av.
Can never gain entrance here;
Their -.til - an* m><1ii!v I'm -.lire that t'ie\ would
Demoralise hell iun year.
I ref i to that thing ' neither human nor beast
The (.irri<<n crow of the world
Who never i- huppv unless he can feast
(In thi- wreck of an innocent girl.
A million of years in my warmest of rooms
Hi* slander- would never atone ;
So I give h i tu n match and advise him to start
A select little hell of his own."
With hi* finders he lit an asbestos cigar,
And placing hi* book oil u shelf,
He muttered ; I may be a very bad man,
But I've some resjiect for myself."
'Ttm m Prlomtmm Trmmmmrm.
No wnmstn oMjtU to Win if
ftejitily U J irnitn' charm Jny, prltic Ami
vlr#-n**th. Th<? hns always and
«'krwl hfiiiKíul imintm, A jirHty wiwiitn
mntmnit >• iur fear of losing thl* |m>\* •
rr and inrtmmo over mctlt Wtiftt run l r
*! . to jh and ktvp woman
tM'Atiliful • I h«r<* I* ¡i t alm unlvrrsnllir usrd
tojr culturad and u/.t wíturcd Women lit tha
rriaU. 11 u*.t>amW will do well to In* ••«tlgntr
this ffrom!>• tn order to re*t**urt? their wivn§
« i t' r putlit of rttwe with which rhlldrrti can
l-r l-irn and all beauty of form and figura
I. IK* lmpl>< nnmp br which |!>i, itivnluaMe
i i*tíiiHl y l« known. It will illlilnl.h sil lililí
slliril to nii<tli«rh iiKl. l'i.r.1 tluy ilH>ut
1'rt'Kiimicy II «¡II di«.i*l moutln« niclTiir ,
< ire <>r« hrrn !*, makr rUitlc «II trillion*
slid fll'ri** rnllist uptii) In hnlil In pn«lt!.in the
rt|i«tiilliiK Imrili-n. Mimen- «.ifcrii iimlrr III
«MilhiriB lnrtmfiie«iu d the pitiful nnlirtiintr*
fSTornhlv the Issue, in the coinfurt thus
Mutlirr'* Frl nd I a llnlnient (or ex-
Ir-r•%nI ai>| Itrntiiw. \\ miieti' own prrtly
tniKi-r riih It ni-nlly on tlir parta so M-vvrrly
tnii-il, snd It Is Inttsntly uhkurlxsl and so
lubricates the pail .
Ymtr ilrmteUt elU II ( .rft tier bottle.
^ nú may lia « our K-ik " SlotherhiHid"
THE BRADFIELD REOULATOR CO.
• ATLANTA. OA.
Raad and bm eonvlaotd.
Thousands of aikar Ilka
tastlmanlalé In anrpa -
Jo . LIII , of Sharry, Wl ., wrltat.
"Our ohlldran had a rlolaat aaugh
but wara aamplataly aaratl attar
taking lavara' Baltam tar Laagt
tuah ratultM ara abtatnad
almaat In avary Instanea
by Iba asa at
BALSAM FOR LUNGS.
It I a paaltlva
allaaaabs, aalds, baarsa•
nass, branablilM, paau-
mania, aranp ata.
it apokea of «omewhat as fire
iaauraace oa a bouse. When a
man diett now-a-days one of the
first questions ssked is, "Wss
he insured and for how much?"
Some pspers have gotten into the
habit of winding up an obituary
notice by stating the amount of
his insurance. Soon the obituary
notice will read like this: "Jim
Jones died and left a wife and
two children, the loss fully cov-
ered by insurance/' Or if the
deceased is not insured, it will
read: "John Smith is dead;
total loss; no insurance."—La
" A neighbor ran in with a bottle of
Chanib«rlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy when ray son was
of it, my son i
nass and recovered entirety i
twenty-four hours," says Mrs.
Hallar, of Mt. Crawford, Va.
Remedy is for sale by all druggiata.
Prors its vslus
trial sisa of lily's
Clifton, Arisons. Jsn. SO, 189 .
«—J. Eli Baos.¡—Pleasessnd mes80
eent bottle at Cream Balm. I And y oar
remedy the qoiekssl M4 mofll permanent
our* for eatarvfc and «old is the fcesd.
Dti.i. M. Pom®, Oes.Mg|f.Arij. Gold M, Co.
Messrs. El« Bsos. fhsva been sffiieted
with eatarrh foe twenty years. It made ma
•o weak I thought I bsd «onanmptíon. I
got one bottle of Ely's Cream Balm and in
three days the discharge stopped. It is the
best medicine I have used for eatarrh.
Probeeto, OaL VSaas E. Knwusns
Gouon Belt Route."
BY MANY MIL&8 TO
TEXARKñNA, PINE BLUFF and MEMPHIS,
TIME PROM T&XA6 TO
LOUISVILLE and CINCINNATI.
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA, ATLANTA,
TON, NEW YORK
AND ALL POINTS EAST AND SOU T tit AST.
Reclining Chair Cars. Parlor Cafe Cars.
Information cheerfully furnished by
T. P. LITTLE, D. to. MORGAN,
P ft, orsicana, T P ft Ft Worth
GUS HOOVER, W H WEEKS
T P ft, Waco G P 1 fl Tuler
"THE LONG TRAIL"
OF THE CATTLE RANGE
has given prominence in history to the now famous Texas Panhandle.
But a few years ajjo the wonderful possibilities of this region as a wheat
country became known, and great thing!) were prophesied for "The
Granary of the South," which subsequent harvests justified. Compara*
tlvely recent is the demand of good livers for "Vernon Cantaloupes,"
but it's come to stay. Those acquainted with this section and its weali
as a producer of feedstuflfs, corn and cotton, have long believed in it, not
have they been moving away. When Northwestern Texas remained
conspicuous for its excellence in the face of almost universally discour-
aging crop conditions, people began to see reasons for the faith of those
inviting them to enter and possess the land; and now with farms and
ranches being bought daily by new settlers coming in by wagon and by
rail, three new railroads now building and four more projected, seeking
a share of the general prosperity, good reason is evident for the favor
with which the territory along "THE DENVER ROAD" is regarded
W. F- STERLEY,
A. 0. P. fi.
(1. H- GLISSON.
G ft. P. D.
port Worth. Texas.
CHARLES L. HULL.
T. P. A.
PRICE II MUD 90 cum
2d V. P. A Ocn'l Supt.
D. J. PRICE,
tieii'l P. & T. A.
♦ - IIA ft | f. ^ * in "in'*n" wit uiitiimutiumnnuui Hi imnwn llf.Al* l >*
(International and Great Northern Railroad Go.)
IS THE SHORT LINE.
fhroHth Cars and Pullman Sleepers Daily.
All-Year Specialty i Superior Passenger Service.
If Ymi Are Mm Anywhere, See I. Si 6, N. Agents.
And All South-
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