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l fcmAnPK, k, jmd Put.
.. '.' .- ". TEXAa.
(iiMtfnii'i rjni J...-.X , : , ;
; buttoetw to fine.
Iff Jim an Improvement so"
cotjiW tiiia on anti-saloon
ocraW'qf franklin county hold
priiorles June 14.
iter;Naipna; bank ot Tyler flas
u authorized, to do business.
ix-Cojnfederiito veterans organized d
Map 'tit seventy members at Anson.
Brownsville", wants; an. extension ot
Sfcn:Aiiknio ahd Aransas Pass
Th .jDonsofldatcd Kansas City smel-
'KthTa)K) tylll resume operations
prt- :.. . .
Xccordirig; 'to (a directory just pub-
Dsbedgftt, Dallas" that city's population
Lie placedi:at'.72,572. ,
.MlsVtFRyWll.ey, 16 years old, was
burped, Viy death, near, Gatesvllle. Her
' dress caught fire.,
A number, of ilauor' dealers'' bonds
it AustfS'-hftve been found to be Me
dial na'nevir,,onefl filed.
The Democratic executive, committoo
Ked'-Blver county has sot the pri-
lary dRte'lof'May .3."
Mfi Isaac. 'Brock of Valley Mills, 113
Kara, "oldl ;clalniB to. bd the bldest.llv-.
kock risjana'irauway surveyors aro
feported.seVkiBfc" the. lowest grade to
wen -HJeuuir-; or Mexico. ,
. Swrieirairis'- were. received at Sher-
aaa ottMserlaus wounding of M. V.
rheatham';at Havana, Cuba.
tAfl the business 'houses at Bullard,
Smith -eo4ihtyi,except- two, were de-
troyed, Ib'y, fire. The loss "Is $25,000.
l;"Ehe atto'fisj general's department
S 'approved vart, Issue of $13,600 of
mcna school refundlngAbonds.;
.: v - ' . -. ..
ertiMtMpor.o, w.no served witn
ilwtoctioii inGreen'B brigade during
$$Sty. -"vfer. Paused away'-at Eddy,
mP 3 ...
Hi&ftMi jjiSrtibn- o, the civil cases on
SHoqlretjt the. United States dis-
tf$oart""a, IJaredo Is suits against
mjltUtfaLtrjp'J: thef Loridon lino,
ra -ny-an .acciasnr. to tne uayo
thari' been-made, from Galveston
Fftfaat ui w.t -nriu u
iqrav iji. auqiui u. i'uii liuuu hub
tan appointed a member of the staff
Comander-in-Chlef Houghton of-
SslBo'na ofj'Cbnfederato Veterans.
cooking hear Belton, tho
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of Elsie Hawkins, a colored
-bman,. .catigh'E fire. She was burned
a, crisp' 'almost before .any person
vowe to her .rescue, cj
Will Handle was' struck by a
rfpxns and, .pacific railway engine near
lanuieyvanq. ais, leix arm DroKen in
uk. piacegi,-, umer injuries, were sus-
about the head and shoulders.
,. '- j i
lower Thonjas'ot Ladonla' has'
aanpoinwd'b'y.iGov. Sayers a mem-
i tna Doaru oi managers oi tne
iwtrial' sJch'ool for ctrls. vice
f. MfaafeiiibS of Greenville,- who
Mt-mah'r .running' along a side
ttwan Marcos' fired several shots
.DX'tiae name of Henry
, It.was alleged the negro had
andlassaulted' the white man's
The .negro"' ran into the sher-
pomjjj'r .Co, have' let the con-
lor their neavy .machinery, for.
packefy' to .bo erected at Fort
ktU.,- They amount to $325,000.
rk on'Jtiiostructure will be pushed
rapldlyTas, ,it la possible to do tho
.N.lCor.e, a Houston and Texa3
rairrallwaycoach cleaner, was run
sown ,ny a .southern Pacific tram at
4 -r- -,.(.. .. -...
-Crosby twenty miles east of Houston,
Und killed:" It is thought be was
Talking jn his sleep.
The Burt refining peoplo at Beau-
MKrlnve jet the contract for 9,000,000
4k; which 'are to be used in the con-
ructlon'Of a larger plant on the bank
tfie Noches rlyer. Construction of
ke- plaafvlll be pushed rapidly.
iiaa .citizens, complain of vicious
ppufi that.bite them as they pass by,
-Qjtuzzling these kinds of steed3 is
advocated! by those- who have
f;o unfortunate as to be mistaken
render by the aforesaid canni-
gttlma fed Qak presbytery of tho Cum-
byterian church held a
ion at Ferris; The Red
rf Is one of the largest
ma 'about seventy-nvo
iJ, attendance at tho
aon of, J, C. George
i while iliililng in Elm
' county. Blluped oft a
B3 fell into" eitbienf, of wa-
I uijif iiow oiQwiieu utnuio
b jendered him by bls"f:dm-1
ISSUE iS EVIDENT.
So Says Hon. Henry YVattcrson of
ROOSEVELT SHARPLY CRITICIZED
The Editor Says Wo Have the Man on Horse-
back In the White House and 11 o
Ambitions of Diaz.
Washington, March 25. About 1D0
guests wore present Monday night at
the biennial banquet of tho Vlrglnta
Democratic association, held in tho
banquet room of tho Metropolitan ho-
tel. They included Democrats of na-
tional prominence and most of tho po-
litical leaders and Democrats of con-
gress' from the Old Dominion,
Col. Wattcrson urged on' tho Demo-
crats a general union of forces in op-
position to imperialism in all forms.
He said in part:
"There is no drop of blood in my
veins which is not Virginia blood. Al-
though, for purposes of my own, hav-
ing deep design beneath them,' I chose
this capital of the nation for' my birth-
place, my earliest vision of paradise
tho very dawn of all my conceptions
of honor and duty and glory .nestled
among yonder hills across tho Poto-
mac; and when I go hence. my., ashbs
shall repose .upon tho bosom of Ken-
tucky, Virginia's first born and fairest
"Wo aro Democrats. Wo lovo our
country. We would rescue tho gov-
ernment from tho hands of those who
ore converting it into a government ot
the trusts, for the trusts; and by the
trusts, and restoro it to the hands of
those who will have some regard -for
the rights of the peoplp. The Repub-
lican party Is a syndicated party. Ar-
bitrary power is its motor, the al-
mighty dollar its trademark. If It bo
not checked in the gait it is going it
will in the end surely Mexlcanlze tho
"Orico more, in the whito house we
have 'the man on horsebtck. Affecting
tho 'simplicity of cowboy, ho conceals
beneath iho 6elf-confidence and queer
manners of the broncho buster tho sen-
timents and ambitions, if not tho 'tal-
ents, of a Diaz. To him, a little thing
like treating an admiral of tho navy,
wearing the laurel leaves of imperish-
able renown, as1 if ho were a baby In
arms, now to bo dandled and now to
bo spanked, as merely an undress af-
fair, begun and ended, during oft mo-
ments between breakfast and luncheon.
To him, tho reprimanding of the lieu-
tenant gentral of tho army, grown
gray in the fighting of the battles of
his country, becomes nn nmuslng horse
play, meant to relax his muscles and
illustrate his high mightiness, whilst
warning lesser oillcers of the army to
obey orders and say nothing.
"But turn from tjic white houso to
the capltol and look at tho P.epub-
llcan3 In congress. The trail of the
trademark Is over them all. Old High
Tariff dances tho cancan in the houso,
whito old Ship Subsidy does tho regular
cakewalk in the senate. Everything
for, tho syndicates. Nothing for the
He closed with a plea for Democratic
Austin, Tex., March 25. Judge T. S.
Johnson, assistant in the attorney gen-
eral's department, approved an issue
of $40,000 Angelina county courthouse
Manilla, March 25. The outbreak of
cholera here does not causo alarm in
this city. No white persons have been
stricken. According to tho report of
the medical authorities made up to
noon Monday there havo been all told
23 cases and 21 deaths. Experts have
gone to investigate tho. five cases, at
Malolos, just north of Manila, and the
two cases at Aparrl, in Luzon, lately
Lexington, Ky., March 25. Dean
Baker P. Leo of Christ church cathe-
dral announced his declination of tho
call to Graco church. Chicago, Ho had
tho call under advisement for two
weeks, and tho cathodral was crowded
to. hear his decision. When tho an-
nouncement was mado tho congrega-
tion sang "Pralso God, from whom all
blessings flow." Tho difference in
salary in favor of tho Chicago church
was $0500. t
Washington, March 25. A confer-
ence was held between president and
coven Republican members of house
opposing tho plan of Cuban reciprocity
which is urged by tho ways and means
committee and is understood to havo
the support of the administration.
The,8o members wero Tawney and Mor-
rl of Minnesota, DJck of Qlilo, William
A. ;8m)tK of. Mlchlgap,. inor.,0.' Wls
coniln Meteaf,pf California uid.Day-
i Hiu'i mmiii ii n nWhMM.
Tlio, Kxorutlrn or Topelm Cowlilttnt by'a:J
. . . '
Topeka, Kan., March 25. Miss
Blaticho Bolso, a protcgo Of Mrs. Na
tlon, horsowhlppcd Mayor Parker (n
his offlco at the city building Monday.
Threo tlmca sho slashed tho mayor,
and then ho sprang at her, griped her
throat, choked her, toro tho rawhldo
out of her hand and pushed her Into
tho hall. As Miss Bolso was thrust
out of tho ofilco by Mayor Parker sho
"Thank God, l'vo dono it.' I'vo
horsewhipped you and and now I'm
going to horsewhip the governor."
Before beginning her horsewhipping
Miss Bolso gave the mayor a severo
scoltAng, accused htm of being respon-
sible of tho fact that the "Jlonts'' are
running openly In Topeka and for a
recent murder which was committed,
in a saloon. Sho then pulled tho
horsewhip from tho folds of her dress
and struck tho mayor three times
across the head and shoulders. Miss
Bolso Is a nurse by profession. Sho
Is about 35 years ot ago.
When seen by tho reporters after
tho affair, Mayor Parker .refused to
discuss It. The woman who whipped
him talked freely. Sho said:
"I was In sympathy,-wlth Mrs. Na-
tion, but did. not take paft in ,hor raids.
I havo como to the conclusion that tho
on" way to mnke public oillcers cu-
forco tho temperance laws Is to horse-
whip ,them.",lhavo "an organization
behnd me, and wo "havo 'whips for
Gov. Stanley and Judge Stanley. , I
will wait and see how this doso nets
beforo I act.' i" fiiink1 this" hTa goo'd
plan." "" ' " -
lmlinji for Ctiminnmler.i
Memphis,; etin., 'March 4 25 A
strong movement has been set on foot
In this., city to secure the election of
Bishop Thomas,-F. 'Gallor as tho next
commander-in-chief of "io United
Sons of Cbnfodorato VeterMa.
Tho N. B. Forrest camp or Memphis
has uniknously Indorsed him for tho
position, and a committee, consisting
of somo of tho most prominent and in-
fluential Sons of Veterans, called on
tho bishop and prevailed upon him to
allow tho uso of hla name at Dallas
next month under tho following condi-
tions: That his election bo unanimous
and "tho military featiiro of tho organi-
zation bo eliminated. Promises ot
support havo como from all porta of
Rt Jlov. Thomas F. Gallor, tho
Episcopal bishop of Tennessee, is a
Memphian of national' reputation. He
is noted as a gifted orator and la very
popular among tho young men. His
father was killed In the battle ot Por-
ryvillo. Coaclici Turticl n v.
Sherman, Tex., March 25. Frisco
train No, 905, due at 11:40 a, m., Mon-
day, oamo in Improvised of extra
coaches made up at Sapulpa at 7 p.
m. It took a good part of the night
for tho wrecking crow, sent out of
Sherman, to right and got on tho
titgpt tho two chair cars, one sleoper
.and ono observation car of tho regu-
lar 509, Meteor, derated and turned
over near Sealey, eleven miles south
of Holdenvllle, I. T that morning. No
ono was seriously hurt.
No More Insurance at Present.
Fort Worth, Tex., March 25. Local
representatives of Are Insurance com-
panies received telegrams from general
agents In Dallas instructing them to
suspend business until the city authori
ties corrected outside electric wiring.
COnvlctlnnt at Havana,
Havana, March 25. The trials held
beforo tho audencla court of tho cases
arising from tho embezzlement ot Cu-
ban postal funds have resulted in the
following sentences: ''
C. F. W. Neoly, ten years' imprison-
ment and to pay a fine of $56,701.
W. H. Reeves, ten years' lmprUon-
ment and to pay a fine of $35,156.
Estes G. Rathbone, ten years' impris-
onment and to pay a fine ot $35,324.
Washington, March 25. Representa-
tive Randall of Texas on Monday in-
troduced in tho houso of representa-
tives resolutions relating to tho wur
In South Africa similar to those re-
cently adopted at a caucus of house
Democrats, expressing sympathy with
tho two republics and appealing to tho
British government to make peace and
declaring that, tho United States should
maintain an attitude of Mtrlct neutral-
ity. Largo Transaction. '
City of Mexico, March 25. An im-
portant financial deal is the consolida-
tion of tho prlvato bank of Parker P.
Sercombe with the Mexican Trust com-
pany, which went into effoct Monday,
Mr. Sercombe becoming vJco president
and general manager pf this institu-
tion, which will establfth t-anchqs
throughout the republic. W. H. Hunt
Is president of tho combined concern,
which has. now $1,000,009 go)d capital
paid lu and an authorized capital of I
DECLARES IT VOID
Judge Morris" Rules AnU'Tnust'AcUs
of 1889 and 1895 Not Valid.
KIRBY LUMBER COMPANY CASE
It Cited, In Which the Jurist Holds that
the Decision of the Supreme Court
Renders Statutes Nugatory,
Austin, Tex., March 26. In tho dis-
trict court horo Tuesday Judgo Frank
Morris overruled tho demurrer ot tho
state and dismissed iho suit -in tho
caso of tho stato against Iho sovcral
directors of the Klrby Lumber com-
pany for alleged violation of the anti-
trust act. The BUlt against the corpor-
ation as a whole was dismissed Mon-
day. The court .holds In Its decree" that
the anti-trust acts of 1S89 and 1895,.
giving jurisdiction to tho' district
court ot Tnavls' county In suoh cases,
aro unconstitutional under the recent
decision ot tho United States supremo
court in the. Illinois case. Tho decree
13 as follows: '
"And now on this, tho 25th day "of
March, 1902, comes tho stato of Texas,
plaintiff, by her district attorney, War-
ren W. Moore, and tho defendants
John H. Klrby, John T. Klrby, B. F.
Bonner, S. B. Cooper, Jr.F. A. Reich-
ardt, M. E. Foster; H, B. Rico, by their
attorneys," Hogg & Robertson, when
camo on to ho heard the plea of said
demurrer ot tho plaintiff thereto, and
Bald demurrer and said pleas having
been submitted, It is considered order-
od and- decided by tho court
that said demurrer be and the samo is
hereby overruled, it appearing to tho
court that said defendants are hot resl-'
dents of Travis county, Texas, and
that district court of Travis county
has not Jurisdiction to try this case
under tho anti-trust act of 1889, but
tho Jurisdiction is In tho district courts
ot tho county of the several defendants'
residence. It Is thoretoro ordered that
aid defendants' separate, pleas to tho
Jurisdiction of this courtandvtho pleas
of personal privilege, be and tho same
aro hereby sustained, and that this caso
be and samo 4s hereby dlsmlssod, the
court bolng ot the opinion, and so
iholdlng, that tho entl-trust acts ot
1889 and 1893, giving Jurisdiction to
the district court ot Travis county,
are unconstitutional under the recent
decision of ho supremo court of the
United States, and tho act ot 1899,
which may bo valid, does not give the
dlctrlct court ot Travis county Juris-
diction, except whoa d(ondant resides
in said county. It da further ordered
by the court that defendant recover
from the state of Tcxtk all costs of tho
Ktfc all CO:
Tho following wrlttejptatement by
District Attorney WarTbn Moore was
also Eubnmted In the case:
"Now coLs the state by; the district
attorney, proa Moore, and asks
leave to state that acr full invostlga-
t!o!l of the facts ho does not bellevo
this stato can makoout a caso herein
ot a violation of the anti-trust law,
and that he fully concurs in the rul-
ings of tho court dismissing tho above
causo, and therefore will not 'appeal
from sold ruling."
Austin, Tex., March 20. Tho latest
prlvato advices received here from
former Gov. Hogg, wha was been in
London for some tlmoTiast, were to
tho effect that he hoped to oomplete
hla work In tho British motropolfo
within eight or ten days from .tho date
ot Ills letter and then leave for homo.
This would bring him to Austin about
April 1 unless ho should stop over in
Now York. It Is understood that he Is
meeting with success in the promoting
of tho buslffess deals which called him
to London, and that as a result con-
siderable foreign capital may beoome
Interested in itho oil fields of Texas.
Malaria and JMimjultori.
flolclo, Japan, March 20. Tho mili-
tary experiments conducted in Form-
osa with regard to the propagation of
malaria, show remarkable results.
A battillon of soldiers completely
proteoted from mosquitoes for '1G1
days during the malarial season escap-
ed tho disease entirely, whereas there
were 259 cases ot malaria In an un-
protected battillon in the samo place
and during tho same length of time
CIcvoland, 0., March 26. As tho -suit
of tho cave-In of the hugo bank
of earth at tho Main-street plant. ot
the Clovolanil Gas. Light and Coke
fompany six men are dead.
The men were working close to a
Hnk of clay, when Jf suddenly gavo
fc.ty. burying them. Fellow workmen
I nudiatoly "began Iho wprk ot rescue,
c m. a very short timo six; of tho
i'liz:(! bpen lalten &ut. Sqmo of
erOAliv,e, but other's, were ,il
V UYNOHerJ XWUXdUrW-A'.
Neirao Car Vof'tqr Mrm.jc Vv '' KlictriS
I.lt;lit I'ola in that Town,
Lnjiinta, Cold., March 2d. W. II..
Wallace, a .negro car porter, was
lynched Tuesday night in u comer of
the courthouse squaro, bolns; hanged
to an electric light polo by a howling
mob of 4000 people, .who had been
hunting for him nil dny. Later Iho
hanging body of tho negro wn riddled
with bullets. Wallace ha.l boon kept
out of town all day by Slurllt Farr in
an attempt to save him from tho nicb,
Tho prisoner made no ro3is(laneo t:
tho lynching end died protesting hla
Mrs. Hcnrjctta II. Miller, 07 years
old, going from Los Angeles, Cal., to
visit relatives, was assaulted In tho
Santa Fc- railroad yards Monday
night by a negro porter on a Pullman
car running between Denver and La-
Junta. After leaving tho Chicago limited
train here, Mrs. Miller asked A p.rttr
whom sho met on tho utatlo.i plnt
form where the Denver sleeper wne.
The man offered to condiuhcr to the
car. After going with hliP& consider,
ablo distance, Mrs. Miller becamo sus
plclous and started, to return to th
station. Sho was then knocked down
by a blow on the head, after a strug
glo with her assailant, was choked Intj
Insensibility. When alio regained con
sclousncss about ono hour later sh
crawled back to tho station and gavl
an account of the assault and a dca
crlptlon of her assailant.
Washington II. Wallace, a porter oi
a Pullman car, who runs between Den.
vor and this city, stopping hero on
each run, from 9:45 al night until noon
tho following day, was arrested Mn
tho car ot which hojhad charge. Ho
was Identified by Mrs. Miller.
KILLED BY PREACHER.
Kellglous Dlncroncoa iteMiltcil In Quarrel
ami Death of u l'lirUclpunt.
Cumberland, I. T., March 26. Rev.
Ensley Lamar, a Holiness preacher,
shot and killed Calvin Vanwlnklo,
aged 24, a well-to-do citizen.
In his church, befor.e tho services,
Lamar made the statement that no
other Christian belief 'than tho Holi-
ness belief was of any value, and that
thoso who cling to other Christian be-
liefs were sure of hell. William Van-
winkle, father of the young man slain,
is a strong Baptist. Ho becamo of-
fended at tho statement mado by tho
preacher and invited him outeldo. Cal-
vin Vanwlnkle heard tho men quarrel-
ing, camo to his rescue and was shot
and killed. Several shots wero ex-
changed between tho older Vanwlnklo
and Rev. Lamar without damago. La-
mar is under arrest.
Den oo ai tJnsontod.
Washington, March 2C Tho ho36
wnseated Mr. Rhea of Kentucky and
seated in his place J. McKenzio Moss,
who was formerly a Democrat, but
who. according to his brief, Is In ac-
cord with the Republican party. Ttw
Republican majority In tho houso is
43. While only two Republicans
Hanbury and Vreeland of Now Yonc
voted with the Domocr.Us, enough Re.
publicans remained away or declined
to vote-to reduce the majority to 10.
Tho conclusion of tho debate on tho
caso was rather spirited, Mr. Rhea
making an eloquent defense of his
right to the seat.
Denounced by Money.
Washington, March 20. A sharp at-
tack on pending oleomargarine bill
was mado in tho senate by Mr. Money
of Mississippi. Ho denounced the
fleasuro as "unconstitutional, immoral,
dishonest and unjust." Ho said it was
a proposition to tax out of existence
one industry for the benefit of another
and 'was "protection gone mad." On
behalf ot working people Mr. Monoy
appealed to senate not to enact bill
Secretary Root has ordered with-
drawal ot American troops from Cuba.
Washington, March 26. MaJ. Gen.
E. S. Otis olosed his active caroor by
reason of ago, and will rotlro. Ho is
succeeded in command of tho De-
partment ot tho Lakes at Chicago by
Gen. Arthur MacArthur.
The war department has paid an un-
usual tribute to Gen. Otis in issuing a
general order reciting tho distinguish-
ed services of tho offices, not only
through, the Civil war, but in his man-
agement at Manila.
Quanah, Tex., March 2C Tho Pan
handlo Cattlemen's .association Is In
session. Tho attendance, is good. Tho
programme on Tuesday was aB fol-
lows: Invocation, by Rev, Sweeney;
greetings, by Mayor Elbert; address
of welcome, by J. G, Wlthorspoon; ro-
sponso by W. D. Ware. Adjourned to
2:30 p, m.
n afternoon- an address was deliv-
ered, by President Tbpma h, Bugbee,
Tlj, secretary's ireport nd 4he exec--
, CHANGEif m.)
Borne Sonsijilo Advice to'lf
'men ly Mrs. E. Sailor. "
"DeJLn Mrs. Pmam i JVIsm, -J' i
passed through jjvhat Jsknown a!1
change ot life,' I had two ycara stif-
forlng, sudden heat, and as auick 1
chills would pass over mo.j my appollti, I .
was varlablo and I never could toll for J
una. E. SAILER,
rrcslJont Gorman Relief Association,
Los Angoles, Cal.
a day at a timo how I would feel thai
noxt day. Fivo bottles of Jjydlo-E.
Plnlcliam's Vegetable Compound
changed all that, my days becamo jdaya
of health, and I havo enjoyed everyday
elnco -now six years.
" Wo havo used considerable of your .
Vcgetablo Compound in our charitabla ,
work, as wo find that toirestoro a poor
mother to health so sho can support hcr-
self and thoso dependent upon her, If j
such thoro bo, Is truer charity than to-1
givo other aid. You havo my henrty i
endorsement, for you have proven. J.
yourself a truo friend to suffering wo-
men." Mns. E. SAir.xn, 750K Hill St.,
Los Angeles, Cal. fsooo forftlt 1 abovtUy
tlmonlal Is nit (jtnulnt. , I
No other poraon can giro sden I
helpful atlvlco to. women who'
nro sick as enn Mrs. PInlchann '
for no other has had such great ;
experience her address is Lynn.
Mass., and her advice 'free Ifj
you are sick write her you aro '
foolish If you don'ti
(MTT UP IN COttiAVSIBLTJ TUBUS )
A snbstltuto for nnd superior tp mustard or
nnyotner piaster, ana win nc ouster the
most delicate skin. The paln-allnylng and
curative aualltlesof this article aro wonder
ful. It will stop the toothucho at onco, and
relieve hcadacho and hclallca. We recom-
mend it -as the best and tafest external
counter-irritant known, also as an external
romedy for pains In the chest and stomach
and all rheumatio, neuralgia nml gouty com-
Filalnts. A trial will prove "what 'we claim
or It. and It will bo found to bo. Invaluable
In tho household, Many peoplo say "it Is tho
best ot all ot your preparations." Fries. IS
cents, at all druggists or other dealers, or by
sendl j this amount to Us In postage stamps
wo will send vou a tube bv mall. No article
should be accepted by the publto unless the
same carries our label, as otherwise It Is not
genulno. ctlcsEUROuail MFQ. CO.,
17 stato street, new loan cT.
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Will you bo short ot hay) If so, plant 8
plenty of this prodigally proline millet.
8 to 8 Tons of Rich liny Tor Acre.
Price 60 lbs. $1.00 ; 100 lbs. f3. Low freights,
John A. Salzer Boed Co., La CrosiWlu. Vf
Doing good Is tho certain happy ao
tion of man and woman.
DO YOUR CI.OTHKS LOOK .YKIXOWT-
Then uso Defiance Btarqh. St will keep-
them white 16 oz. for 10 cents.
Self inspection Is given as a suro
euro for self-esteem.
Yon Can Got Al)n' Foot-Easo Free.
Write to-dav to Allen S. Olmsted, Lo-
TOoy,N.Y.,for a FREE sample of Allen'a.
D'oot-liase, a powder, it cures sweating
damp, swollen, aching feet. Makes new
or tight shoes casv. A certain cure foir
Chilblains nnd Frost-bites. At all.
druggists and shoe stores; 25 cents.
Many a man would bo smarter if no-
knew half as much as he thinks he-
Among tho few possessions of a
shiftless man you will find. a worthless-,
Tho switch argument hris a power-
ful effect on a boy.
Love is ono kind of pralso and envr
1b another. .
Some are born foolish and others
acquire it after growing up.
A NEW CUBE FOB
Diseases, Rheumatism, etc.
Disorders ot tho Kidneys and Bladder ctuss
Brlght's Disease, Rlieuinntlsm, Gravel, 1'nln in
the back, Bladder Disorders, difficult or too fre-
quent pslng water, Dropsy, etc. For these dl.
eases a I'osltlro Hpeclllu Cure Is found in a new
botanical dlseoTery, the wonderful Kara-Rare,
Ihrub, cslled by botanists, tho Plptr meihmlleum,
irom th Ganges Klver, ost India. It lui tho
Jet. Tiomai, Ha. 120 ESt. N. W WathhsUt.O.fr
extraordinary record ot 1,200 hospital cures in SO
days. It acts directly on tho Kidneys, end cntei
by draining out ot tho Blood tho poUonous TJrio
Iter. John 11. Watson, tcstliles in tho l!cv Tor,
IVorM, that lthassared him lrom tlieedgeof th
grave when dying ot Kidney dlfcaso and terrlblt
tuff ertng when pawing water. Mr. James Thomas
Esq., of tho Board o! Review Bureau of Pendens) ;
Washington, D. 0., writes: Was cured of a siualW
fatal Kidney Trouble after many physicians had.
failed and lie had given up all hope of recoTtm'
Hon. K. C.Wood, a prominent attorey of 1-owstl
Ind.-, was cured of Clironlo Rheumatism, Kidney
and Bladder Disease ot ten years standing bj
Allcavls. Many, ladles including Mrs. K. IK. I)ln
more, South Deerlleld, .Mass., end Mrs. James
Voung, Kent, Ohio, also testify to Its wonderful
curatlvo power In Kidney and allied disorder
peculiar to womanhood. ,.
Discovery for vouts.
tirni you may juuku iue raiuo of tuia uii
wo will send you .Oil
Largo Case by mall Free, only asking that wuenlT
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Cates & Sharpe. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 50, Ed. 1, Friday, March 28, 1902, newspaper, March 28, 1902; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49211/m1/2/: accessed May 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.