The Henderson Times. (Henderson, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 18, 1900 Page: 4 of 4
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so bad for a cough
so good for a
cough as Ayer's
Tie 25 cent size is just right
for an ordinary, everyday cold.
The 50 cent size is better (or the
cough of bronchitis, croup, grip,
and hoarseness. The dollar size
it the best for chronic coughs,
u in consumption, chronic bron-
chitis, asthma, etc.
Thursday, October 18, 1900.
Second Class Mail Matter.
COERCION TRIED IN IOWA.
Eftort to Bulldoze Employes tor McKinley
Is Promptly Called.
Des Moines, Iowa, October 10.—
An attempt to repeat the tactics t f
1896, when men were intimidated
into voting for McKinley and Ho-
bart, has been promptly called in
Des Moines. Some days ago J.
G. Olmsted, managing partner of
the firm of Bentley & Olmsted,
wholesale boot and shoe dealers,
practically requested his traveling
men and other employes to vote
for McKinley. The statement was
afterward circulated that he had
threatened any employe who voted
for Bryan with discharge.
Mr. Olmsted denied the report
and says: "What I did say was
that in the eveDt of Bryan's elec-
tion I would feel obliged to close
our business rather than pass
through an ordeal of commercial
depression such as followed the
second election of Mr. Cleveland.
Today J. K. Lavcock, a capital-
ist and experienced boot and shoe
man made the following announce-
ment: "I nave organized a com-
pany to engage in tlie wholesale
boot and shoe business in the event
of Bryan's election. Mr. Olmsted
states that his men will be obliged
to look for jobs if Bryan is elected.
I will employ each and all of them
at an advance of 10 per cent over
the wages they now receiye."
i ro ?5c by
*teC -o's 2Cc Chi
live; )'«.i accii ri i <
tij for t':j r. or.cy
to cure or money r<
Cure is a, purga-
■v r. Largest bot-
'.ii i--. guaranteed
untied. Ask your
s 2Gc Chill Cure,
"The right to participate in
government is one of the inaliena-
ble rights, a right that you Repub-
licans recognized when Lincoln
was your Kader and a right that
you never repudiated until you tell
from Lincoln down to Hatina,"
said Bryan in a recent speech. He
also referred to his position on im-
"If you hear that I am in lavor
of imperialism just because it is a
good issue to get votes with, I
want you to remember that on
June 14, 1899, when your papers
said that everybody wanted expan-
sion I protested against imperial-
ism, At that time Democratic
friends told me that my course
would be unpopular, but my an-
swer was that when the Declara- j
tion of Independence was repealed i
I would be out of politics, and it j
did not make any difference about j
the time of my going out."
Colorado a Manless State,
Colorado is one of the glories of |
the woman suffragist3. Possibly it
may become a State in which male
suffrage does not exist, because
there are no males left.
This too complete triumph of
woman suffrage seems indicated by
some statistics which are giving the
Coloradoans pause and making them
feel that they are only a remnant
destined to be swept away by the
There are more females than
males in the State. The birth sta-
stistics are distinctly unfavorable
to the dethroned tyrant, Man. The
disproportion is not actually great
yet, but it is disheartening when the
death statistics are looked at. In
the first 3ix months of 1900, 78fi
more males than females died. iNot
so many males born and more d:e.
Gloomy visions rise in the minds of
the vanishing race of men in Colo-
rado. What are all her treasures
underneath the earth if her men
go into it so quickly?
The men of Colorado are notably
polite. They may not all believe in
women suffrage, but they are will-
ing to give the woman suffragists a
A manless State, a commonwelath
of woman, a female Utopia and
paradise of stateswomen—this is
something that a man may be will-
ing to die for.
To be sure, there might be reser-
vations where men could be pre-
served as specimens, a wonder and
a show, as buffaloes are; and im-
portation might be encouraged. But
not all the other inhabitants of
oiher States are as urbane as those
After the gradual extinction of
the present stock, men would be re-
luctant to settle in Colorado. The
precept "Make way for the ladies''
may be carried to excess. "Let
Amazonia flourish, undisturbed of
men," would be the sentiment ef
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Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Smart-
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comfort. We have over 30,000
testimonials. It cures while you
walk. Try it to-day. All drug-
gists and shoe stores sell it, 25c.
Sample sent FREE. Address
Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y
BRYAN'S RINGING ARRAIGNMENT OF
THE LARGE ARMY DOCTRINE.
"Now mark the words— (refer-
ring to Roosevelt) the increase in
the army has been made necessary
by the war in the Philippines.'
"I want to tell you that the
president in his message of Decem-
ber, 1898, asked for an army ol
100,000, two months before a shot
was fired in the Philippines. Now
does Mr. Roosevelt know that? He
ought, to know the history ol the
republican party and the record of
his own administration. And yet
here is a statement that the in-
crease in the army was made
necessary by the war in the Phil-
ippines, when the record shows
the president asked for the army
two months before there was war
in the Philippines, and a republi-
can house of representatives passed
the bill raising the army to 100,000
And it did it after the treaty was
signed with Spain and before an
arm was raised against this country
anywhere. My friends, that is the
fact in regard to the army the
president asked for. At that time
imperialism was in contemplation,
for uo war . had broken out. Did
the republicans then know that war
would break out? Did they know
that imperialism meant bloodshed?
If they did, why do they try to lay
the blame upon those who are op-
posed to an imperial policy? They
asked for their large army before
there was war, and the only way
to explain it is that they either
knew there would be war under
their policy or they wanted a large
army whether there was war or
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T he wife of a member of the
^living firm of Baring, Magoun &
o. had an amusing
The Sun learns that the mos-
quitoes have been so bad in the
cotton fields of late that farmers
could not work at picking except
in the heat of the day. Heretofore
the Grand Saline mosquito has led
a sedentary lile, confining its oper-
ations to indoor work, though
now that it has invaded the field
of agriculture, there is no calcu-
lating its ultimate destiny.—Grand
in 1 no Berkshire hills a few days
ago. She had been driven into a
nearby village from her country
home behind a pair of young colts.
N bile attending to some shopping
* ordered her coachman to station
the team on the opposite side of the
street where they would be less like-
1} to take fright. Having finished
Iter -hopping, she asked the first man
^he met on the sidewalk to whistle
for her coachman.
I must decline, madam
"Only a little whistle.'' she ss
"and my c-oacliman will
"I an t oblige you, madam," he
said sorrowfully. "I have got a new
set ot false teeth, and I am afraid j
I will blow them out."—From the I
New \ ork Tribune.
I. & G. N,
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San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 20-N0V.
Dallas, Texas, Sept. 29-Oct. 14—
Texas State Fair and Exposi-
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St. Louis. Mo. Oct. 1-6—St. Louis
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 11-18—
National Con. Ch. Church.
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 16-26—
Cattle Show; Association Here-
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Chicago, Ills., Sept. 30-Oct. 2.—
Special round trip rates.
Low excursion rates will be
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Ask ticket agent for particulars as
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write to D. J. Price,
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while or sores on working horses,
especially if slow to heal, or sup-
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cts. Sold by T- E. Hightower
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Prompt and special attention given
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cal, Commercial, and Normal.
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Careful and firm discipline. A
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locality. There is no more health-
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Cost, as low as is consistent with
first-class accommodations and
Unexcelled facilities offered
those desiring to takespecial
courses .For the accommodation
of teachers and others who may
desire to take a teacher's course or
prepare for examination, we have
arranged to organize special classes
in Pedagogy, to begin March 1st
ind to continue 12 weeks.^ Pupils
can enter other departments to ad-
vantage at any time. Every pos-
sible advantage offered pupils of
all ages and grades of advancement.
If you have a family of children
to educate, come to Henderson.
It you contemplate going away or
sending away to school, investigate
our schools before making your
For further information or for
catalogue call on or address,
T. R. Day,
Supt. of Schools.
The most stubborn cases of
Bronchitis succumb to ballard s
horehouxd syrup. Price 25 and
50 cts. Sold by T. E. Hightower,
Bis Queer Idea ol Fan.
Some people have queer ideas of
fun. An inebriated individual
who seemed to be well known to the
denizens of an Eleventh street sa-
lon asked the bartender to change a
$5 bill for him. "I got shome frien's
outshide waitin' fir it," he said.
"Gimme shmales' change y' got."
In the meantime there was a grea
clamor outside and a score of dirty
faces peered through the swinging
door. The man with the jag un-
steadily pushed his way out into the
street with a double handful of
nic-kles and dimes and was immedi-
ately surrounded by a mob of ur-
chins, who had evidently been lay-
ing in wait for him. "He's going
to throw it to the kids," remarked
a man who had followed him to the
dor. "It's none of my funeral," re-
plied the bartender. Sure enough,
the bibulous one threw his $5 worth
Qf small change imo the street and
laughed uproarously to see his small
friends scramble for the coins.
Then, when the fun was all over, he
went back into the saloon and bor-
rowed 5 cents from the bartender to
pay his car fare homo.
A Plow Locomobile.
In Oberursel, near Frankfort,
Germany, not long' ago, a motor
factory exhibited, in the presence of
a number of experts, its new alco-
hol plow locomobiles. The plow
locomobile is a twenty horse power
one, and confidence is expressed by
competent judges that coal can in
some cases be substituted by alco-
hol, which can -be procured every-
where and at a low cost. The al-
cohol plow is said to have performed
its work fully as well as a steam
plow operated simultaneously. The
problem of using alcohol for power
purposes has been solved by the
motor factory in evaporating de-
naturized alcohol of 90 deg. The
construction and operation of the
motor is after this gasification, the
same as that of a gas motor. The
machine uses about a pint of alcohol
an hour far one horse power. It is
claimed that the operating expense
is 25 per cent lower that that of
McGee's Female Tonic and
Something new. For weak, delicate
women. A tablet for local use in con-
nection with Tonic. Price SI.00.
We have the highest regard for the
medical profession. Our preparations
are not sold for the purpose of an: agon-
izing them, but rather as an aid. We
lay it down as an established truth that
internal remedies are positively injuii-
ous to expectant mothers. The distress
and discomforts experienced during the
months preceding childbirth can be al-
leviated only by external treatn ent—■ v
applying a liniment that softens an i re-
laxes the over-strained musclfs. We
make and sell such a liniment, com-
bining the ingredients in a manner
hiiherto unknown, ai d call it
No Bathing Salts Bis Enough.
There was a story many times
told, but entirely without founda-
tion, to the effect that 2n English
lecturer once informed his hearers
that the men in America were small-
er in size than Englishmen, and
asked any American who might be
present to rise in confirmation of
his statement, whereupon Bishop
Brooks and two other Americans of
equally imposing stature rose in dif-
ferent parts of the hall. This story
had no foundation, but it is true
that Dr. Brcoks was once traveling
in the South of France with another
bishop of the Episcopal church
somewhat surpassing Dr. Brooks
himself in size and another man
equally large. The three men went
one after another to the proprietor
of a little bathing establishment,
and with serious faces asked to b:>
fitted to bathing suits The surprise
of the proprietor by the time the
third gigantic man appeared can
readily be imagined.
Dizziness, loss of appetite,
flatulency and nausea are all con-
nected with dyspepsia or indiges-
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relief. Price 50 cts Sold by J.
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Must Keep Out of Smokers' Seats.
Women have been officially warn-
ed to keep off the smoking compart-
ments of Xew York summer cars.
Several accidents have happen#d re-
cently which have set street railway
men thinking. Several days ago
a society woman sat beside a young
man who was smoking a cigarette.
He dropped it carelessly, her gown
was set afire and severe burns re-
sulted. Conductors have since been
asked to keep women out of the
seats reserved for smokers.
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or subscribers naminp the correct or
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than one correct guess, the amount will
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same letter with subscription.
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6«i«ral Bvller and the Spool.
The Tribune published a story ol
the late General Benjamin F. But-
ler and a wooden spoon, and how th«
latter effectually and effectively
stoped the former from making a
speech. The story has another ver-
sion, in which General Butler ap-
pears as the victor, and not as the
vanquished, but as the scene of th«
downfall of the spoon is this tima
laid in Cincinnati, whereas that oi
the downfall of the general was al
Walthaxn, both versions may ba
true. Warren E. Russell, of Mas-
gilon, 0., tells the other version as
"Shortly after the war," said Mr.
Russell, "General Butler delivered
A leoture at Pike's opera house in
Cincinnati The general was well
cn to the climax of his speech, when
slowljr from the flies overhead de-
scended a large wooden spoon on tha
end of a string. Down and down ii
came, until it reached a point two
or three inches above the speaker's
head, and then stopped. The audienca
of course, were convulsed with mirth,
but owing to his well known visual
infirmity the general was the last to
discover the spoon, and, indeed,
would probably not have noticed it
at all, except that in making an
emphatic gesture to italicize a point,
his hand struck the suspended spoou.
Looking up he recognized the enemy,
and took in the situation at a
glace. Without any sign of embar-
rassment or confusion he detached it
from the string, and with the re-
nark, 'Hello, there's one I didn't
get,' laid it down on the stage and
triumphantly finished his address."
Thousands of the most stubborn
and distressing cases of piles have
been cured by tabler's bucyeye
pile ointment. It never tails to
cure Price, 50 cts. in bottles,
tubes 75 cts.
228^ acres of land, 16 miles
north-east ol Henderson and 14
miles south-east from Longview,
180 acres in good state of cultiva-
tion, good dwelling and out-houses;
also good steam gin, 25 horse
power, in good repair. For terms,
etc. apply to
E. W. Hubbard,
novi2.) Stewart, Texas.
Our Art Shoyviujj at Paris.
The United States is to be con-
gratulated on the showing it makes
in art at the Paris exposition, when
the results of the competition in
painting und drawing are compared
with such countries as Great Brit-
ain and Germany. Each of these
countries, as well as the United
States, obtained two grand prizes.
The American recipients were Sar-
gent and Whistler, the Germans
were Lenbach and Yon Uhde, and
the Englishmen were Sir Lawrence
Alma-Tadema and Orchardson. Six
gold medals were accorded to Ger-
many and to Great Britain, and
seven gold medals were given to the
United States; consequently, the
seventh gold medal secured £ct the
United States in this class a posi-
tion next to France, and first among
the other nations.
Marshall Bishop is the oldest
man in Aroostook county, Me., and
will be 100 years old next Christ-
mas day. He recently walked from
his home to Fort Kent, a distance
of fiftv-two miles; he refused the
offer of a lift for ten miles from a
passing driver, saying that he
thought walking the only perfect
exercise, and besides he wanted to
take a look at the crops as he went
white's cream vermifuge is a
highly valuable preparation,
capable, from the promptitude of
its action, of clearing the system
in a few hours of every worm.
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Amendment to the Constitution of the
State of Texas, To Be Voted on Tues-
day, Novemter 6, A. D. 1900.
Joint resolutions, amending Ar-
ticle, 8, of the Constitution i f the
State of Texas, by adding thtrcto
Section 20, providing for the or-
ganizing of irrigation districts, and
tor the levying and collection of a
tax for the construction ot reser-
voirs, dams and canals.
Be it resolved by the Legislature
of the State of Texas:
That Article 8, of the Constitu-
tion of the State of Texas, be
amended by adding thereto Section
20, as follows:
Section 20 In addition to the
powers of taxatian granted in the
foregoing sections, it shall be law-
ful for the Legislature of Texas to
authorize the land owners of the
counties of Archer, Baylor, Clay, i
Witchita and Knox to organize
irrigation districts in said counties
without regard to county lines
In making provisions for the
cost of construction ot irrigation
works within said territory, it shall
be lawful to levy taxes and create
an indebtedness to rest as a charge
on and be secured by a lien on the
irrigable land for the use and bene-
fit of which said irrigation works
have been or may be constructed.
The Legislature may authorize
such taxes and indebtedness as
may be necessary to construct
Irrigation works within said terri-
tory, but no taxes shall be levied
nor indebtedness created in any
district until authorized by a two-
thirds vote of the resident land
owners therein whose lands are
susceptible of irrigation from the
prosposed wc rks.
The Governor is hereby directed
to issue the necessary proclama-
tion for submitting this amend
ment to the qualified yoters of
Texas, on the first Tuesday after
the first Monday in November,
1900, at which election all voters
favoring the amendment shall have
written or printed on their tickets
"For amending Article 8, of the
Constitution of Texas, so as to
permit the formation of irrigation,
districts in Archer, Baylor, Clay,
Wichita and Knox counties," and
those opposed to said amendment
shall have written or printed on
their tickets "Against amending
Article 8, ot the Constitution ot
Texas, so as to permit the forma-
tion of irrigation districts in Ar-
cher, Baylor. Clay, Wichita and
Knox counties." nov6.
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All have b^en told " Ignorance is the
Mother of Crime," and that no crimes are
60 severely punished as those committed
against Nature. The courts oulv echo
the voice of Nature when they affirm:
" Ignorance of the law does not excuse
guilt." It is these fundamental facts in
the operations of natural law that make it
possible for a woman who enters the mar-
riage relation with the full sanction of the
law of the land and love of her heart, to be
condemned to an awful life of servitude
Don't let her smile deceive you. She has
trained herself to bear what she looks upon
as part of the burden of her state.
The underlying reason of this sad con-
dition of affairs is ignorance. The j-oun<j
girl grows to womanhood ignorant of her
physical needs and dangers. When a word
might save her years of suffering, modesty
bids her keep silent. She loves and mar-
ries and enters upon the marriage state
with all its obligations to the unborn,
handicapped by conditions that make life
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