Daily Courier-Light (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 99, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 27, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
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CORSICANA, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 27. 1904.
SURRY OR PHAETON?
We are offering some special inducements to
people wanting this kind of vehicles. See list be-
low. Call and see them.
A $140,00 fturry for only $95,00
3 $130.00 Surries for oul> each $80.00
A $125 00 Suny lor only $80.00
A $100.00 Ktanbnpe for only S570.00
A $185 00 Phwbm for only $90.00
A $120.00 ton for only $75.OO
A $110.00 Phaeton for only $70.00
The above goods are perfectly new and in good
condition -Not even shop worn and there is noth-
ing the matter with them in any way.
E. B. JOHNSON.
Wisconsin and Minnesota
Contain more than 10,(KK) lake*, nearly all of which are
ideal Hummer resorts. They are reached quickly, com-
fortably am! inexpensively hy the
and ST. PAUL RAILWAY
The Southwest Limited, the new electric lighted train
Kantau C;t-v to Chicago makes direct connections with
fast trains tW the lake resorts of Illinois, Wisconsin
and Minnesota. Only one night on the road from
Southland to Lakt'^od- Booklets for (ie postage.
M. F. SMITH,\ Commercial Agent, 245
Main St„ Da'J&s, 1 exas.
G. L. COBB, southwestern Passenger
907 Main St., l&ansasCity, Mo
THE TEX/^S RAILROAD
Texas' Greatest Railroad
International & Great Northern
See Our Agents, or Writf.
L. TKIOF, „ D. J. PR1CF,
Vice*Pres. and Gen. Mgr. PALESTINE, T10X. G. P. and T. A
Mrr- Dallaj Tex.
U,.rPA ChnAinn Carriage Repairing, Paitting, and Genera
liOljC OuUClilCLf Blpxjksmitbin^. I have a machine to shrink
tires by the cold process witho t removing them
from the wh jel, which is much better than the old way of heating
inc* naorchiog the paint. Can shrink /our tires while you wait * lew muiatei
Work Sr t pHce* wonabie. K. S. HROOKS. rmn t F t Fifth Aveau>
Nn« h Tmb tr *t# t mth Ijhor *• ir o
Paul Jones, 4-Star
and Old Private Stock Whisky
at $1.00 Per Quart-
Gonitqefciql 1| o|el Bqi<
M, J. P. LACY,
Sleepless Nights for Miuher
and Awful Suffering
CURED BY GUTICURA
Had Given up All Hope of Ever
Making Any Cure.
u Hy little girl has been suffering for
two years or more from eczema, and
during that time I could not get a
night's sleep, as her ailment was very '
" 1 had tried so many remedies and
spent much money, deriving no bene*
fit, I bad absolutely given up all hope
of making any cure. But as a last re-
sort I was persuaded to try a set of the
Cuticura remedies, and to my great
delight a marked change was mani-
fested from the first application. I
fave the child a bath with Cuticura
oap, using a soft piece of muslin cloth.
This 1 did twice a day, each time fol-
lowing with the Cuticura Ointment,
and at the same time gave the ResoU
vent, according to directions. Onebox
of the Ointment and two bottles of the
Resolvent, together with the Soap,
effected a permanent cure. I submit
this for publication If you desire, hop*
Ing It will add to your success and assist
so many thousands of sufferers In cur*
Ing themselves." Mks. I. B. JONES,
Aldington, Ind. T.
The first step in the treatment of the
chronic forms is to remove the scales
and crusts and soften the skin, by
warm baths with Cuticura Soap. The
■calp, ears, elbows, hands, ankles and
feet will require frequently a thorough
soaking in order to penetrate the thick*
ened skin and crusts with which these
parts are often covered. Dry care-
fully, and apply Cuticura Ointment,
lightly at first, ami where advisable
spread It on plec<. of soft cloth and
bind in place, 'l ake the Resolvent,
pills, or liquid. In medium doses. Do
not use cold water In bathing, and
avoid cold, raw winds. t
•old throughout th« world. Cutlenrm BwrimaL Mb
(In form ofthocoUt. Cofi WU, t*c p«r Ttolof gj.
Ointment, JOe.. Soap. IX. BlBfc, IgndoB, fTCtartil
hou.« Bq.t Ptrla. A Km 3. Iihlll Bcatao.\t! Colum.
but PttMrbroc Chra. Corp., SotaftiftMgn.
iWS«d " Mow la Cun £CMUU>."
Boarders or Rooms
I can accommodate a few single
gentlemen with good rooms, with or
MRS. L. R. HOUSTON.
200 East [Sixth Avenue.
Ice Cream Social
Delicious ice cream and home made
cakes on the First Methodist Church
lawn, Thursday night. Benefit pipe
See Nicol's "ad" and take advan-
tage of it while you can.
FOR RUNT —Six-room house, cor
ner of 11th Avenue and 18J Street
Apply to S. W. Bogy or Courier-
Two five-room cottages
in good neighborhood.
Pie nty of water and cool,
clean rooms. See Arthur
FOR RENT—Large furnished room
down stairs, with or without hoard
New phone 172.
Vote for J. S. York for
Three unfurnished rooms for light
house-keeping. 202, First Avenue
and Eleventh Street.
Ice Cold Melons
City Fish Market has ice cold wat-
ermelons for 3ale. They keep them
TOR RENT—Six room house, close
in, good cistern and barn, large yard.
New phone 172.
Have S. T. Rich to sharpen and re-
pair your lawn mowers. East Fourth
Avenue. New phone 503.
FOR RENT—New four room house
plenty of water. Apply to
T. B. CONNER, phone 45, 2
Now is a good time to have A. W
Leverman touch up that house of
The Best New York Hotel
On 46st Street, between 5th Ave.
and Broadway, is located the famous
Hotel Gallatin. This houae is in the
heart of the fashionable district of
New York and convenient to theatres
and big stores. During the summer
months extremely low rates are made
to transient guests. All rooms have
Electric lights, private telephone and
private baths. The rate is only $2 a
day for two people.
Pe-ru-na Is a Splendid Ca-
COLONEL L. I. LIVINGSTON.
Colonel L. I. Livingston, Member of
tie Industrial Commission and the lead-
ing Deinoeratio member of the Com-
mittee on Appropriations in the House
nf Hepresentatives, whose home is at
Atlanta, Ga., writes:
" I take pleasure In Joining with
General Wheeler, Congressman
Brewer and others In recommending
Peruna as an excellent tonic and
m catarrh cure."—Col. L. I. Livingston.
All phases ot-'catarrh, acute or chronic,
are promptly and permanently cured.
It Is through its operation upon the ner-
vous system that Peruna has attained
such a world-wide reputation as a sure
and reliable remedy for all phases of
catarrh wherever located.
Mr. Jas. O. Morin, 1179 Ontario street
Montreal, Canada, writes:
« Peruna is certainly a great catarrh
remedy. It cured me of catarrh of the
head and I gladly indorse it. Canadians
are peculiarly at'licted with this disease
and for years the doctors have tried to
overcome it with elixirs, powders and
pills, but Peruna lias solved the question
and since the medicine has been estab-
lished here hundreds of people have
been cured of c-.tarrh."—Jas. O. Morin.
If you do not derive prompt and satis-
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and ho will
bo pleased to give you his valuable ad-
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
Ths Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, U.
The State of Texas
To the Sheriff or any Constable
of Navarro County, Greeting:
Oath having been made as re-
quired by law, you are hereby
commanded to summon tho un-
known heirs of Ella Nations, de-
ceased, by making publication of
this citation once in each week
for eight successive weeks pre-
vious to the return day hereof,
some newspaper published in
your county, il there be a news-
paper published therein, but if
not, then in any newspaper pub-
lished in the 13th Judicial Dis-
trict: but if there be no news-
paper published in said Judicial
District, then in a newspaper
published in the nearest District
to said 13th Judicial District, to
appear at the next regular term
of the district court of Navarro
county, to be holden at the court
house thereof in Corsicana, on
the first Monday in October,
1904, the same being the 3rd day
of October 19J4, then and there
to answer a petition tilei' in said
court on the ,r(th day of April,
1904, it: a suit, numbered on the
docket of said court No. G507,
wherein J. M. Lee and W. L
Landlord are plain tiffs, and the
unknown heirs of Ella Nation,
deceased,are derendants >nd said
petition alleging suit to remove a
cloud from the title to 320 acres
of land in Navarro county, Texas,
about 18 miles S. 33 W. from
Corsicana, the Jordon II. Teas
survey, and fully described in
plaintiffs petition, which plain-
tiffs allege that they own in fee
simple and hate owned the same
since June 28, 1883, using, culti
vating and occupying the same
since said dates. That the de*
fendants are asserting some
kind of claim, the exact nature
of which is unknown to plaintiffs
to an undivided ± interest in said
land, which claim is adverse to
plaintiffs' and cast a cloud upon
the title of plaintiffs.
Plaintiffs pray for the title to
&aid land, for the removal of the
cloud, for general relief, etc.
Herein, fail not, but have be-
fore said court, at its aforesaid
next term, tbis writ, with your
return thereon, showing how you
have executed ihe same,
Witness, J, Y. Bates, Clerk of
the District Court of Navarro
Given under my band and
seal of said court, at office in
Corsicada, this the 20th day of
April A. D. 1904.
J. Y. BATICS, Clei k.
District Court, Navarro County
Bv Jas. M. Church, Deputy.
A true copy 1 certify.
J. J HAIL., Sheriff.
By W. J. Blackinon Deputy.
WhaVu the secret of happy, vig-
orous health? Simply keeping the
bowels, the stomach, the liver and
kidneys strong and active. Burdock
Blood Bitters does it.
Hoosier Leader Unani-
mously Chosen For
New York, July 2(5—Thomas.Tag-
gart of Indianapolis was unanimously
elected chairman of the democratic
national committee today. The meet-
ing had not been in session long be-
fore this action was taken.
All efforts to induce Senator (lor-
man to take the place failed.
OUrey Wo dton of Kentucky v a >
elected secretary of the committee
The Strike Situation
Chicago, III., July 20.—Packers
abandon all hope of pcace and pre-
pare for life and death struggle. Say
they have absolutely nothing to arbi-
President Cohen of Illinois Feder-
ation of Labor announces ho will
seek another peace conference with
the packers. Belief that he is in-
spired by high labor leaders who de-
sire a settlement.
Picket at the yards and all wagons
loaded with meat for city consnmp
tion are turned back.
All trades at tho yards, excepting
the teamsters, now on strike; per-
mission for them to strike expected
Total number out at the yards
30,000, of whom 7,(XX) are in the
Packing houses are running and
large numbers of non-union men are
Violence increasing; police disarm
all non-union men.
Strikers hold mass meetings and
renew pledges to stand firm.
Garitty Rifles Are
Drilling Hard Now
In view of creditable participating
in the army maneuver at Manasas
soon, Company I is now drilling twice
a week. The trip to Virginia is a
great incentive to hard work and the
company has a large attendance at
The young men have learned that
they car. acquire valuable informa
tion by enlisting in the National
Guard and that their exemption from
street tax, jury duty etc. amounts to
more than their dues, so the mili-
tary organizations now have a splen-
did lot of men on their rolls.
Capt. Davis is now exerting him-
self to prepare his company for all
duty at Manasas and it will no doubt
continue its unviable record.
For Col. J. K. Elliott
To the voters of Precinct No. 1.;—
The undersigned, who have lived
near neighbors to Col. J. K. Elliott
for the last five or six years, desire
to bear testimony to his upright
christian character, and his worth as
a citizen and neighbor. He was a
colonel in the Confederate army, and
was at one time a man of consider-
able means, but his fortune was
swept away, and he must now in his
old age depend upon his daily labor
for his support. He is broken in
health, and has a wife who is almost
an invalid. If elected justice of the
peace of this precinct, we feel sure
he will discharge hi« duties faithfully
and we know that he is qualified for
the position, he having held a simi-
lar position in Alabama for several
years. If you want to help a man
who is capable and needy, please turn
out next Saturday and do what you
can for Col. Klliott. 1
J. L. HALBERT,
H. G. DAMON,
S. M. RANSOM,
S. A. PACE,
W. C. KINSOLVING,
GEO. F. MILLER.
Canton M. B Herring
You are hereby ordered to meet in
Canton hall Friday night, July 29, at
8:30 o'clock in fatigue uniform. The
object of this meeting is to prepare
for the degree of chivalry. All
chevaliers are earnestly requested to
be present at this meeting. By or-
der of the commandant.
E. B JOHNSON,
Rev. Giles C. Taylor of Fordyce,
Ark., will occupy the pulpit of the
First Baptist Church at 11 a. m. and
8:30 p. m. Sunday, July 31. The
membership is urged to be present
and visitors are cordially invited.
A boon to travelers. Dr. Fowler's
Extract of Wild Strawberry. Cures
dysentery, diarrhoea, seasickness,
nausea. Pleasant to take. Perfectly
Prof. E. Wilkins has returned to
the city and if you want your piano
pot in first class condition phone him
at Kiber & Cobb,s.
Mr. John McLeod and Miss Cora
Cornell stole a march on their friends
last night and were united in mar-
riage at the home of Rev. J. F. Quis-
Their friends have been watching
them recently and had decided the
wedding would tako place next
month; friends usually decide these
matters to their own satisfaction,
but the young couple did not abide
by the prophesies; they had decided
on July 26 as a suitable date for ty-
ing the nuptial knot, so at 8:30 last
night their wishes wera carried out
by the First Christian pastor who did
it with a short and pretty ceremony.
The contracting parties have a host
of friends here who join in congratu-
lations. They were thrown together
a great deal in the central office of
the Southwestern Telephone Com-
pany, where both have been for some
time. John was a lineman, but he
took occasion to see that things were
all right at the office and he found so
many things there needing attention
that he spent considerable time at
that place and when things were not
out of order he stayed there anyhow
to see that no accident should occur
—and one pretty operator never or-
dered him from the office.
The boys say that John bought a
handsome ring and said it was not
the best conductor of electricity, but
that it was fine for affection and,
when he said, "Here's a ring for you,"
Miss Cora whispered: "Number?"
Court House Netos.
J. C. Savage was convicted yester-
day afternoon on charge of selling
liquor on Sunday and was fined $20
He was tried this morning on a
similar charge and was acquitted by
Viola Womack, colored, pleaded
guilty today to a charge of disturb-
ing the peace and was fined $1 and
LICENSED TO WED.
J. B. McLeod and Miss Cora Mae
BORN TO MR. AND MRS.
Jim Brown, near Kelm, July 14,
Marshall Allen, Kelm, July 13, boy.
Joe Walker, Pansy, July 24, giri.
W. C. Christy, Tupelo, July 22,
Will Robinson, Tupelo, July 24,
Geo. E. Neece, Eureka, July 22,
Wesley Allen, near Kelm, July 24;
aged 10 years.
Hal Helums, Dresden, June 30;
aged 9 months.
Heavy Rain Fell For
Few Minutes Today
About noon today a heavy rain be-
gan falling and lasted for about half
an hour, drenching every one who
happened to be out of doors and flood-
ing the streets.
If sunshine follows, the shower
will prove a blessing, but the farmer
dreads a spell of cloudy, damp weath-
er, because in this his majesty, the
boll weevil, usurps authority and
holds the throne which he never ab-
dicates until the blasts of winter
Colored Odd Fellows
The local colored Odd Fellows gave
a picnic at the city park today and
enjoyed band music for a few min-
utes, but the rain interfered with the
Burton-Peel [has new lace yokings
and white wash blonde for less.
Women love a clear, healthy com-
plexion. * Pure blood makes it. Bur-
dock Blood Bitters makes pure blood.
Burton-Peel has new purses, for
Timing an Egg.
Cooks are often accused of
want of method, but the Aunt
Dinah in Howard Paul's new egg
story is not open to any such re-
proach. Invariably when she put
the eggs in the saucepan she be-
gan singing "Rock of Ages," and
tang through two verses. "Aunt
Dinah," asked Mr. Paul, "are
there not three verses in that
hymn?" "Dar is, massa, but I
«ings only two when I wants 'em
soft and three when I wants 'em
hard." His other egg story is
good, too. He was traveling cn a
Pennsylvania railway, and wiien
his breakfast was brought the
eggs were underdone. "What
time are we making on this
train?" he asked the waiter. "A
mile a minute, sir." "Then boil
the eggs another mile and they'll
bt quite right."
: it - wo luu|ti
Turner's slab-work was the only
feature of yesterday's game, which
was not a very brilliant exhibition of
the national sport. Errors popped in
at every critical point and the tide
turned one way, then the other, wind-
ing up with a victory for Peris, the
score being 4 to 3.
The score was as follows:
0 4 0
1 0 0
0 0 0
1 12 0
0 0 1
0 3 3
1 1 3
0 0 7
1 4 2
4 24 16
H PO A
2 2 0
1 1 3
0 8 2
2 5 4
3 4 1
0 4 4
1 0 0
0 3 0
0 0 2
9 27 16
...2 10 00 0 0 00-
..12 0 0 0 0 0 10-
...0 10 10002*-
Earned runs—ono each; two-base
hits, McCollura, Walsh; bases stclen,
Maloney, McCollum, Salm, Boyd,
Queisser, Dugan, Cabaness, Butler;
double play, Huddleston to Elliott to
Salm; bases on balls, two each; struck
out; by Huddleston 2, by Turner 5;
hit by pitched ball; Longley, Blasin-
gim, Boyd, Dugan; sacrifice hits,
Dugan 2, Cabaness.
Time of game—1 hour, 26 minutes.
TEXAS LEAGUE STANDING.
Burton-Peel has line of belts, for
Ten thousands demons gnawing
away at one's vitals couldn't be much
worse than the tortures of itching
piles. Yet there's a cure. Doan's
Ointment never fails.
A Cold Supper
Is what you want these warm
nights, and something that is easy to
serve and not too expensive. We
have the right things at the right
time always. By a shrewd purchase
we are able to give you two 25c
cans of beef loaf for 25c, just at
half price, which makes an elegant
lunch if placed on ice for a few min-
Also a large can of cottage head
cheese and old time souse for only
10c, a can worth 20c on regular sale.
Also canned tripe, 2 large cans for
25c, just half price; canned boneless
pig feet for at half their regular
price. Lunch tongue and sheep
tongue for 20c a can worth 35c.
These are all first class and first
quality of lunch goods, not old trash
but good enough for any one's table.
This lot wont last long so come be-
fore thev are all gone.
The Fancy Grocers.
See Burton-Peel's new shipment of
dress forms. They have them for
IceCream and Cake
The First Methodist Church, Ep-
worth league will give an ice cream
social on the church lawn Thursday
evening from 7 to 11 o'clock. Ev
one is cordially invited to atta)
Benefit pipe organ fund.
A wheelman's tool bag isn't com-
plete without a bottle of Dr. Thomee*
Eclectric Oil. Heals cuts, bruises,
stings, sprains. Monarch over pain.
Burton-Peel has a new style puff
comb, for less.
A barrel of 1904 catch Boston
beauties at 10 cents a piece at
The Fancy Grocer.
See Burton-Peel's new shipment of
madras, ginghams, percales, and
calicos. They have them for leas.
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