The Quinlan Review. (Quinlan, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, August 1, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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DIJVOTK.D TO Tí ti? INTERESTS OF quiñi..' N AND iii.'N'T COUNTY.
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QUSNLAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST i, 1902.'
THREADGILL & STRACENER,
BY J. R. INGRAM,
West Washington Streot, Green-
The Following are Rare Bargains:
. No. 8—470 :iores of gty>d bottom
land, six miien southeast i t Quinlan, ¡
>18 per acre; one-half caaK. remainder
on good terms. ¡
No. 9 -130 aeres of good sandy land,
one mile south of Quintan, is2f> per
is IV I.
-io. 10-75 aeicj* of black latid, five
miles east of (fuinlan, near Mexico,
••.¡28.50 per acre; one-half cash, rest to
No. 11 -90 acres of black sandy
land, six miles northeast of Quintan,
part bottom, 320 per acre; S600 cash,
rest on long time.
Xo. 12—230 acres of
land, six miles south of Quinlun, "12.50
per acre; one-third cash, rest to suit
i i .
No. 13—130 a le.-i.ul grey sandy
land, five miles wet of Quinlan, i*8
f er acre; onc-hnU' cash, remainder on
Nt>. 't*r l!?s acres of good black
waxy lam], 2 3-1 miles southeast of
; quinlun, M0 per acre;, very good im-
¡proVemerÍB; one-half cash, rest to
j suit buyer.
No. 15—53 ncrtM of fine black land,
i 0,1-4 miles ftouI beaut 'if «¿Mtnlaii, >*40
ippracre; one-half cai-h, rent on long
I have assumed ftHárgtí of tlio
abovb popular House, and re-
spectfully solicit the patronage
of ray friends and the public
generally. .1. R. INGRAM.
W. C. Gordon,
Contractor and Builder,
Estimates furnished on all kinds "I
work and aatisfaction guaranteed.
Enmity of Hanna.
MOf^EY TO LOAN--We are prepared to make
loans,' on terms to £uit, on good farm property.
atThreadgiil & Co.'s store.
^11 information cheerfully j£iven, &nd
facHiifes furnished fbr inspection of
BEST PASSENGER SERVICE
4 important gateways 4
NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER G^CSTIONt.
Superb Pullman Vestibuled
Handsome Reclining Chair Cars
ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS.
ONLY LINE.WITH fast morning and
oventng falne to St. Louie and the
ONLY LINE WITH Pullman Sleepers
and high back Scarritt s'uat Coaches
throusrn (without change) to New
Orleans, daily. ,
ONLY LINE WITH handsome new Chair
Cars through (without change) daily,
to St. Louia, Memphis an^l El Paso.
ONLY LINE WITH a saving oí 12 hours
ONLY LINE WITH Touriwt Sleeping'
Cars, semi-weekly, through (without
change) to San Francisco.
ASK FOR SCHEDULES OF OUR
E. P. TURNER,
GttMCRAL PA3SENUEK AND TICKET AOCNT.
P. A. LAW, Notary Public,
Special attention given to any busi-
nen8 entrusted to hN mro.
Ypu can buy a piano of Blake
<& Fowler Music Co. of Greenville
for $150, §20 cash and So per
month. ____ _
R. K. Epperson wants your
chickens, eggs, buttet and cow
hides. ® ® •
In the Case.
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and not uap-huw.urd go into the make
up of The News.
You need The Qcixlan Uevjew,
beoriuse it's your local paper. It gives
a elans oi news you can't got .else-
where. You need The News because
it gives you all the State news. ,The
Review and The Semi-Weekly News
one year for only *1.76.
The News is' promptly stopped at
expiration of time paid for.
Servo elegán.t meals, including,
fruits, vegetables and all íhp
delicacies of the season, at all
hours on train No. p, leaving
Paria at 4:35 p. rn. south bound,
and train No. 0, leaving Ennis at
6:50 a. m. north bound.
Celebrated Eureka Springs
water served exclusively on all
ca?a without extra charge.
PATRONIZE THE CAFE CARS
F. B. McKay. G. P. A.,
E. H. K. Green,
PreB't and Gen'l Mgr.,
Write Blake A Fowler Music
Co., Greenville, for prices on
piano? and organs.- „ Catalogues
sent on request.
Washington. July 20.—Every-
thing is 8haping up for a break
betwefcn Sonator Kanna and
President Roosevelt. Immedi-
ately after tiie death of President
McKinley political seers became
busy with predictions of a split
in the republican party with the
friends of Senator Hanna head-
ing a faction that would seek the
defeat of Mr. Rooseveit for nom-
ination in 1004. There were
hints all during the session of
cbhgress that such a brfcak was
imminent, but it failed to ^ite-
rfklize. Senator Hanriá, so far
as surface indications went, was
orib of the few prominent republi-
can senators who remkincd loyal
to President Roosevelt and gave
hearty support to the pofioies
advocated by him. When the
president had been deserted by
nearly all of the republican éen-
atprs in the fight for Cuban reci-
procity, Mr. Harina remained
steadfast and warned his party
that a failure to pass the reci-
procity measure would be rebuked
by the people at tlje polls. In
nearly every m^asyre before
congress the Ohio senator was
squarely in support of tho presi-
But the break now seema un-
avoidable. It will come when the
president attempta to beatow
further honora upon General
wants to be at the head of the
Panama canal commission and
the president is kpówn to bo fa-
vorably considering his name in
connection with the appointment.
Senator Hanna h&tea Wood, He
believes that Wood persecuted
Rathbqnq in .conijirctioji, with the
prosecution the Cuban postal
frauds. He believes that Rath-
bone was used at a scapegoat to
cover up the exttavagance, if not
corruption, that marked the his-
tory upi American occupation in
Cuba..; The Ohio senator has
made this plain jó the president.
Before asking fdr, a new trial for
Rathbone, Senqtor. Hanna had a
careful e^ámioaitop .of the records
made and threatened to expose
the extrávagftncfe unless the presi•
dent gave Kith >one a rehearing.
This was done tnd the threatened
break was averted for the time
being. Since t ie talk o! promot-
ing Wood to th i management of
the canal enterprise, Senator
Hanna has served formal notice
on the president. that he will op-
pose Wood's confirmation in the
senate and will carry the fight to
the limit, even! to, a break of his
friendly relations with the presi-
If this threat had been made
general of Cuba.
I wo months ago it is probable that
the pre.- idont would have aban-
doned my idea of placing Gen-
eral Wood on the proposed com-
mission, .lust now, however, the
president believes that his nom-
ination is practically certain and
he is not particularly alarmed
over Senator llanna's threat.
Reports from nearly all tho states
in the union indicate an almost
unanimous sentiment in favor of
Mr. Roosevelt's nomination and
he will probably as soon have the
break with S^aator Hanna come
now a? latetOor it is certain to
There are a good mar. y repub-
licans more or loss pi eminent in
their party who do not share
President RoosovpU'b cenüdenoe
over his renominatiori. They
believe that Senator llanna's
friends will present formal oppo-
sition lo the president's nonni-
I nation and will urge the Ohio
i senator for leadership,."Of tin*
(party. So strong has this feel-
iric become that Indiana is also
I in tho field with its candidate in
! the person of Senator Fairbanks,
j If the break between Hanna and
( Roosevelt comes soon it is cer-
:tv-inthata number of stales will
1 havfc deJooratos in convention op-
1 posed Roosevelt's nomination.
Their hope is to create a dead-
lock in which event it might be
possible lo secure the nomination
of either Senator Hanna or Sen-
It is generally understood that
tho president will make no nom-
inations for the canal commission
until late this fall, possibly not
until after the election. He will
then be in position to determine
whether it will be safe f >r him to
invito the fight that will certainly
follow his bestowal of furthor
honors upon General Wood.
A WORn KILLER.
J. A. .J. Montgomery, Puxico,
Wayne Co., Mo., writes: "I have
little twin girls, who have been
bothered with worms all their
lives. 1 tried everything to re-
lieve them which failed until 1
used White's Oream Vermifuge;
the first two doses brought four
worms from une of them, the next
two doses, twelve, one of them
measuring twelve inches; the
other child was only relieved of
four worms. It is a most excel-
lent medicine." White's Cream
Vermifuge is good for children.
It not only destroys worms, it
helps the child to perfect growth,
wards off sickness. 25c at T. K.
Upheavals in Qulf.
Some timo ago tin
New Orleans, .July 29.—Lieu-
tenant Foster, in charge of the
New Orleans branch of the United
States hydrographic office, to-day
reported to Washington that a re-
cent survey of the gulf of Mexico
near the mouth of the Mississippi
river shows only twenty-five
fathoms of water where there
were sixty l'athorns at the time of
the previous survey.
Lieutenant Foster is puzzled
over the phenomenon! and is un-
able to account for it. Many be-
lieve that it was caused by vol-
canic upheavals, the result of tho
recent earthquakes in the West
Indies, \vhihr others think it is
caused by a deposit of silt from
As a result of the discovery
the government will probably
order a new survey of the entire
gtrlf of Mexico.
The Texaa Midland railroad will
sell daily until September 30,
round trip tickets to St. Loüis,
Kai^as City and Hannibal, good
for return until October 31.
Rate from Quinlan: St. Louis ¡
$28.20, Kansas City $23.20,
•nanner in which the -'.cri.'.V
sales were advertised in ti.i •
and expressed tho bel f thai
must be patent to every inteiii-
gent citizen that sit eh a ..\ tern
is detrimental to the divior td
places him at the merer of 'he
money shark, The Baird e.r
copies the article approvii ly ervi
adds its views which e.re i'urcüde
"The prosent law tv«'-nrdiiiv
sheriff's sales is the worst !;ind
a fraud and wo do not believe
would be tolerated by any other
state, but when the press :n Tcvis
demands that sheriffs sale be
published in order thai, tho public,
may have notice of ".he sheriff
sales the cry goes up from nearly
every land agent in the s'a •• th.r
the newspapers want to rob some-
body. Tho prosent law permits
a defendant's property f aerifi :• I
for a song in most instances- be-
cause not half a dozen people a>
a rulo know that a section of land
is to be sold. Often the defend-
ant knows nothing of the sal*. -
until his property is sold.
"The press of Texas should
continue to demand the publica-
tion of sheriff's sales whether per-
sonal property or real estate arid
continue the demand until the
legislature heeds tho demand, re-
gardless of the howls of the land
agonts and corporation attorneys.
"Most publishers dislike to
make any request of the legisla-
ture requiring publication of legal
notices of any kind because, ap-
parently, they are working for
thoirown interests. Texas news-
papers have it in their power to
make their wishes heeded if they
will only do it, but so long ais thoy
support men for tho legislature
who either sepretly or openly op-
pose every demand of the press
of the state for needed changes in
the law regulating the publication
of legal notices, just so long will
the law remain as it is.
"In a majority of the counties
in the state a law requiring tho
publication of sheriff's sales would
benefit the newspaper financially
but very little, but would benefit
those so unfortunate as to have
their property sold under execu-
tion because tho public would bo
put on notice and in most in-
stances would bring something
like its real value. Under the
present conditions the public
knows nothing of public sales."
To My Friends.
It is with joy I tell you what
Kodol did for me. I was troubled
with my stomach for several
months. Upon being advised to
use Kodol, I did so, and words
cannot tell the good it has done
me. A neighbor had dyspepsia
so that he had tried most every-
thing. I told him to use Kodol.
Words of gratitude have taoine to
me from him because 1 recom-
mended it.—Geo. W. Fry, Viola,
Iowa. Health and strength, of
mind and body, depend on the
stomach, and normal activity of
the digestive organs. Kodol, the
great reconstructive tonic, cures o
all stomach and bowel troubles,
indigestion, dyspepsia. Kogol
digests any good food you eat.
Take a dose after meals. Kelly
& Green. w
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The Quinlan Review. (Quinlan, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, August 1, 1902, newspaper, August 1, 1902; Quinlan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth181535/m1/1/: accessed July 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.