Daily Courier-Light (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 277, Ed. 1 Friday, February 17, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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Sold by J. P. fv'cKmney.
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SELECT A RAILWAY A3
YOU DO YOUR CLOTHES.
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ON £ PRICE
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Surplus and Profits, $75,000
IRICKLY ASH BITTER'
LORD KELVIN'S NAME.
Check er s
AND WHAT IT IS GOOD FOR
A Guaranteed Cure for Acute or Chronic
Catarrh, Bronchitis, Coughs and colds,
Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Ma-
laria, Chills and Fever, Nervousness and all
diseases arising therefrom
Tli ? story of how the famous sci-
entist, &ir William Thomson, as-
Rumoil the name in the peerage by
which he is now known all over the
world is (hits told by u journalist:
"It was New Year's day when I
called. The interview took place in
his lordship's library in the comer
building of the range of picturesque
professional mansions on the emi-
nence known as Oiltnore Hill,
around whose base wirds a stream
made classic in j^ng. lx>rd Kelvin
led me gently by the ar.n to a point
from which the stream alluded to
could be seen winding in beautiful
curves through the grove called Kel-
vin. Pointing toward the river, his
lordship, with quiet enthusiasm, re-
marked, 'I have lived and labored
all my life on the banks of that
stream, and why should I not call
myself after itr"
Weather Man Paid the Fin*.
A group of young men, many of
them officials in the government
service, recently met in the smoking
room of a Washington clubhouse.
At the suggestion of one of the party
it was agreed that the one first
''talking shop" should be fined a
dollar, but the evening passed and
no fines had -been imposed.
Mr. Willis L. Moore, chief of the
weather bureau, overcoat on and hat
iu hand, arose at last to go.
"Good evening," said he.
"Hold on, there! A dollar,
please!" shouted several in unison.
Mt. Moore straightened back as
though he had been hit a blow, look-
ed puzzled, then grinned and, with-
out a word, fished out the dollar.—
Saturday Evening Post.
The Book Saved Hia Life.
"Moved by excitement," began
General Joe Wheeler in relating one
of his stories, "a young man deter-
mined to enlist. He accepted a Bi-
ble from his mother and aa he placed
it in his inside coat pocket promised
to read the book every day.
"During one of the important
battles this man's entire company
was annihilated, but he escaped."
"Same old story," interjected a
veteran—"bullet hit the Bible."
"No," continued the doughty lit-
tle general, "the book paved his life,
but not in the common and accepted
way. The soldier was found seated
behind a tree, keeping his promise
to his mother."—Washington Post.
Way, of Shoeing a Horte.
Complaint is made that the horse-
ehoers of England are behind those
of continental Europe and that the
perfect way of shoeing a horse is
yet to be discovered, although it
seems that there are 115 ways of
shoeing a horse as practiced in the
different armies in Europ e.
The chief farrier of the Four-
teenth dragoons of the French army,
A. M. Grosset, spent nearly the
whole of his spare time in obtaining
specimens in order to constitute il-
lustrations of these metl.ods. When
he died a short time ago he pre-
sented the whole of his collection to
the French minister of war.—Black-
smith and Wheelwright.
Cow,' Horn* and Milk.
There is no doubt that a cow
yields more milk after the removcJ
or suppression of her horns. This
was proved by Neumann, who saw
four Dutch cows without horns ^ive
from thirty-six to thirty-eight pints
of milk a day on poor pastures,
while some of the same breed, but
with horns, gave only twenty-four
or thirty pints on good grazing land.
This curious fact has been confirmed
by American breeders, who have
tried similar experiments.—London
Bead, and a Cen,u*.
The recent census of the natives
in the Transvaal was taken with
beads. Each head man was furnished
with a number of beads of different
colors and twine on which to strin
them. A big black bead represente
an adult married native, a big yellow
bead a grown up single man, a big
blue bead a married woman and u
white bead a single women over fif-
teen years old. A small yellow bead
stood for a boy and a small white
bead for a girl.
The Difference Defined.
Leslie Mortier Shaw, secretary of
the treasury, was at luncheon in the
Hamilton club of Chicago. The
talk had turned to statesmen and
politicians, when John M. Harlan
said, "Mr. Secretary, what is the
difference between a statosman and
a politician?" Quick as thought
came the answer, "It's the difference
between the young man seeking a
position and the boy looking for a
In Vienna a paper boat, sixteen
feet long, has been built out of the
back numbers of a lending daily pa-
per of that city. Hull, spars and
tails have all been made from the
pulped brains of the literary stuff.
Four hundred thousand copies of
this journal will make a yacht—
sails and all.
Another Case of Rheu-
matism Cured by Cham-
belain's Pain Balm
Tbe efficancy of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm in tbe relief of rheu-
matism is being dem idstrated
daily. Parker Triplett, of
Grigaby, Vs., says th t Cham*
ber Iain's Pain Balm gave him
permaneut relief from rheuma-
tism in the back when every-
thing else failed, and he would
not be without it, For sale by
This popular remedy never falla to
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And ALL DISEASES arising from a
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion
The natural result la good appetite
and solid flesh. Dose imall; elegant*
ly sugar coated and easy to swallow.
Take No Substitute.
Id all U, (tagca.
Ely's Cream Balm
cleanse*, soothes and heals
the diseased membrane.
It cures catarrh and drives
away a cold Id the head
Cream Balm Is placed into ths nostrlU.spreadi
over the membrane and Is absorbed. Relief Is Im-
mediate and a cure follows. It Is not drying—oes
not produce sneealng. Large Sirs, 50 cents at Drug-
gist* or by mail; Trial Slae, 10 cents.
KIT BROTHERS, 66 Warren Street, New York
Fourth Avenue Residence, 7 rooms
2 halls, front and back galleries, lot
1'jOxlOO feet, eouth side of street.
South 14th Street—House 5 rooms
with front and back galleries, lot
50x150 feet, east front.
Eighth Avenue—2 houses, 4 rooms
each, located on street car line. Lot
Price of each $900.00
Will be aold for small cash pay-
ments, balance on easy terms.
CHRIS L. KNOX.
J. H. Woous
WOODS & KERR,
Especial attention to Land and Probate
Practice. «Act a* Executor—Adminis
Offi -c 109 8. 11 th street.
Telephone^No. 20 when in need
Corsicana Ice Co
Drying: preparations simply dereU
op dry catarrh; they dry up the saoretions,
which adhere to the membrane and decom-
pose, causing a far more serious trouble than
the ordinary form of catarrh. Aroidalldry.
1113 iuhnlants, fumes, smokes and ranffa
and us( that which cleanses, aoothea and
boa's. Ely's Cream Bali* is such <\ remedy
and vill cure catarrh ,r eold it the head
easily and pleasantly. A trial size will be
mailed for 10 cents. All druggists sell the
COc. size. E!yBrothers, 66 Wrtrisn St. N.Y.
The Balm eurea without pais, does Dot
irri'Ate or canee sneezing. It. spreads itself
over an irritated and angry surfaee, relier.
Would quickly ieave' you, if
you used Dr. King's New Life
Pills, Thousands of sufferers
have proved their matchless
merit for Sick and Nervous
Headaches. They make pure
biood and build up your health.
Only 25 cents, money back if
not cured, Sold by J. T. Coul-
son and £. A. Johnson, drug*
A Good Suggestion
A'crying baby at a public meeting
is like a good suggestion, it ought to
1 De carried out. We would suggest
1 that you use Checkers for all catarrh-
al conditions, nervousness, indiges-
I tion, insomnia, coughs, colds, etc.,
and as a general tonic. Absolutely
1 free from any adulteration, non-
, alcoholic and non-intoxicating. Ask
E. A. Johnson—he will supply you.
God's Grandest Gift.
The grandest gift that God has
given to man is HEALTH. Do you
j possess it? Nearly all of us have
J Catarrh, Nervousness, Indigestion,
etc., in some form. There is only
I one way to rid the system Of these
' awful drawbacks to health. Use
CHECKERS and your walk through
I iife will be a happy one. CHECKERS
.is absolutely free from injurious
I drags—non-intoxicating—and its ef-
I fects are permanent. Ask E. A
I Johnson—he will supply you.
Do Not Suppress a
When you have a oough do
not try to supreaa it. but remove
tho cause. 'Hie oough is only a
synpton of some disease, and
the disease is what you should
cure ,tben the cough will strpof
itself. Tbe most corn moo cause
of coughing is a cold. Anodynes
will promptly suppress the
cough,and preparations contain*
iug chloroform, opuim, etc , are
used for thit purpoese.bct they
do not enra tbe cold. Chamber*
Iain's Congh IRemeUy on the
other hand does not suppress
the cougb,but relieves it by
removing from tbe throat.lungs
tbe mucus which obstruoted the
breathing and allaying the irrita-
tion and tickling in the throat.
It also opens the secretions and
effeotually and permanently
cures the cold as well as tho
cough. For sale by all druggists
Report From the
J. G. Gluck, Superintendent:
Pruntytown, W. Va., writes,
"After trying all other adver-
tised cough medicines we have
decided to use Foley's Hocey
and Tar exclusively in the West
Virginia Reform School. I find
it the most effective and absol-
utely harmless." Sold by E. A.
ing immediately the pitinful inflammation.
With Ely's Cream Halm you are ai
against NuoH^tarrh and Hay Fever.
Driven to Desperation
Living at aa out of way place
remote from civilization, a fam-
ily is often driven to despera-
tion in case of accident, result*
iug 'in Burns, Cuts, Wounds,
Ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply of
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's
the best on earth. 25c, at J. T.
Coulson's and 3. A. Johnson's
A Timely Topic.
A t this season of coughs and
colds it is well to know that
Foley's Honey and Tar is the
greatest throat and lung remedy.
It cures quickly and prevents
venous results from a cold,
Sold by E A. Johnson.
' I was much afflicted wiih
sciatica." writes Ed C. Nud,
Iowaville, Sedgwici: Co., Kan.,
going abodt on crutches and suf-
fering a deal of pun, I was in-
duced to try Ballard's Snow
Liniment which relieved me. I
used three 50c bottles. It is the
greatest liniment I ever used;
have recommended it to a num-
ber of persons; all express them*
selves as being benefitted by it
I now walk without erutches,
able to perform a great deal of
light labor on the farm." 25c,
503, and $1.00. Sold by J. P.
Undigested food and gas in
the stomach, located just below
tbe heart, presses against it and
causes heart palpitation. When
your heart troubles you in that
way take Heroine for a few
days. You will soon be all
right. 50c. Sold, by J. P. Mc-
— I I ■ —mammmmmmmm
No one would ever be bothered
with constipation if everyone knew
how naturally and quickly Burdock
Blood Bitters regulates the stomach
Fresh testimony in great
quantity is constantly coming in
declaring Dr.* King's New Dis«
covery for Consumption Coughs
and Colds to be unequaled. A
recent expression from T. J,
McFarland, Bentorville, Va..
serves as example. He writes;
"I bad Bronchitic for three
years and doctored all the time
without being benefitted. Then
I began taking Dr. King's New
Discovery, and a few bottles
wholly cured me." Equally ef-
fective in curing all Lung and
Throat troublea. Consumption,
Pneumonia and Grip. Guaran-
teed by J. T. Coulson and E. A
No man ean cur* constipation.
You can prevent it though. Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures
coughs, colds, broncnitis, sort throat.
You Can't Rub Them Out
Facts are facts and cannot be rub-
bed out. It is a well known fact
that CHECKERS is fast succeeding
all other remedies as a health giver.
CHECKERS is the one ideal nerve-
food for both men and women. It
helps digestion, soothes the nerves,
brings rest to the sleepless and builds
up the entire system. It's pure—
that's sure and absolutely non-intox-
icating. Ask E. A. Johnson—he will
Coughs, Colds and I
Few people realize when tak-
ing cough medicines other than;
Foley's Honey and Tar, that they |
contain opiated which are con-'
stipating besides being unsafe, !
particularly for children. Fol-1
ey's Honey and Tar ccntains no
opiates, is safe and sure and will
not constipate. Sold by E. A.
Boy's Life Saved From
C. W. Lynch, a prominent cit- i
izQn of Winchester, Ind., writes, i
' My little boy bad a severe at- 1
tack of membranous croup, and
only got relief after taking Fol*
ey's Honey and Tar. He got re- 1
lief after one dose and I feel
that it saved the life of my boy."
Refuse substitutes. Sold by E. j
E. T. Lucas, Wiago, Ky.
wites, April 25, 1902: ''For 10 to
12 years I had been afflicted
with a malady known as the
'itch.' The itching was most
unbearable;! had tried fur years
to find relief, having tried all
the remedies I could hear of,
besides a number of doctors.
I wish I to state that one single
application of Ballard's Snow
Liniment cured me completely
and permanently. Since then I
have used the liniment on two
separate occasions for ring
worm and it cured completely.
25c, 50c and $1.00 bottle. Sold
by J. P. McKinney.
Worst of all Experiences
Can anything be worse than
to feel that every minute will be
your last? Such was the expe- ,
rience of Mrs. S. H. Newson, De |
catur, Ala' "For three years,"
she writes, "I endured inSuffeR-.i
able pain from indigestion.atom- j
ach and bowel trouble, Death
seemed inevitable when doctors
and all remedies failed. At!
length 1 was induced to try Elec-
tric Bitters and the result was |
miraculous. I improved at once
and now I'm completely recov-
ered. For Liver, Kidney, Stom- j
ach and Bowel troubles Electric
Bitters is the only remedy, i
Only 50c. It's guaranteed by j
J. T. Coulson and E. A. Johnson
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy Is a Specific,
Sure to Give Satisfaction.
OIVES RELIEF AT ONCB.
It elf litis*"*, soot li * 'iPiili*. and protects the
diswu-sed iucri!>r:ino. It cures.Catarrh and
•Iritroi away u C ild in th • Heuct^uii-klT.
llc;ttnr<s tli. i ci of Tusfe nud
Ka*y loiur. (' >:itninM tin Mijuriotia drugs."
Applied into liio ti* st.rils i.ii'l absorbed.
!-'i/r I cents at Dru«f?i ts or by
mail; Tr.. 1 !"i e, 1 I cents by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, GG Warren St., New York.
Foley's Honey and Tar posi-1
tively cures all throat and lung
diseases. Refuse substitutes.!
Sold by E. A. Johnson.
W, S. Baily. P. O True, Tex-
as, writes: ''My wife had been
suffering five years with paraly-
sis in her arm, when I was per-1
guaded to use Ballard's Snow
Liniment, which cured her all
right. 1 have also used it for |
old sores, frostbites and skin |
eruptions. It does the work.".
25c, 50c, and $1,00. Sold by J. I
P. McKinley. I
The Paris Gateway
in connection with the
offers unequaled service Irom
South and Central
'Harry Duck well, aged 25
years, choked to death early
yesterday morning at his home,
in the presence of his wife and
child. He contracted a cold a
few days ago and paid but little
attention to it. Yeaterday morn-
ing he waa seised with a fit of
coughing which continued for
aome time. His wife sent for a
physician but before he could
arrive another coughing apell
came on and Duckwell died from
suffocation,—St. Louis Globe
Democrat, Dec. 1, 1901." Bal-
lards Horehound Syrup would
have saved him. 25c, 50c, and
$1.00. Sold by J. P. McKinney.
XI X A
111* tmd Y'aI '!*■!«
All Points East and North. Solid
Through Traia with
Harvey Dining Service
Direct connection made at St
Louis Union Station with Friseo
System. Double track serviee
W. A. TULEY. G. P. A.,
Fort Worth, Texas.
Sare« SeMet Srevee** PaewMaie
Any di&ease nipped in tbe bud
will naturally cause leal die-
trev. and suffering to the patient,
be prepared for any emergency.
Your system nny be in such a
condi'iaa that sitting- in a draft
or cool, night air may inflame the
inucou3 menihruncH of the throat
so that a si eye of coughing la
any complication of thia kind by
li.tvin); 'conveniently bandy In
your home or medicine chest, a
The formula of this remedy is
prepared from an old and tried
family recljie of Dr. Park of '
Baltimore, and used successfully
in his as well us the practice of
other celebrated physicians for
COUGHS & C0L0S
Consumption in its incipiency. It
relieves,and often cures, Asthma
and Croup, dSLSSoV
are Instantaneously checked
and cured by its use.
At all Drug Stores,
25c AND 50c
Once aeen in print, Grandma
Park's face will never be forgot-
ten; so look for the picture.
None genuine without it.
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