The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 54, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 29, 1904 Page: 28 of 38
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HOUSTON PAILY rOST: SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 29 1904.
Sayed by . the Fever
When Bessie Churned-
A.GENTS $600 per month made by seli-
Stransky s potent for makinc soie-
tui put powder at 10 cents p?r pound:
jMrticulars free. J. A. Stransky Box
Joe Pukwana a Dak. &
t SELL something you can go over the
Maine ground and sell aain; ours is an
(fconest -ti-oent seller; we warn hont
mien and women In every town to it
Hrtae Lcu-Brt-Oean Co. flait Anionto.
AU&ri ra can mm hp iv p-r ' . r
Mr "Jdendarlp" outfit to farmers. sni
tamp tor cut. Foute Co. Los Angelas.
Csi. ; '
i AOENTS-430 to 150 weekly .profits; we
0e&d proof read in dark nam put
hum be re and sUrns; nd for sair.;l.
nur name on postal will do. Wright Sup-
ply Co.. Kngtewood.. 111.
AGENTS wanted everywhere to sell
Wx watches; a $10 sample free ar.i iib-
sral oommlasion; If you want p run tub la
SMaployniecit for spare moments send (or
ample and terms now. Union Watch
Co.. department J ST. Chicago. 111. 2J
' WANTED Agents 175 a we-Is or mere
can be earned by active. Intelligent
ctftors for the health and aocidf nt-depur;-snent
of one of the beat fraternal so;i--Ues
In the land; over a million doiUrs
aid In benefits; previous expertenoe not
s he. lute y necessary. Adurevs. gwuig
age and references Amenc-u v.u:.ti
t-4XY agents wanted to sell the best
Area sh.e.4 in the world and other w -mens
specialties big pront. fr- cata-
logue. W. As. Bisland 44 Pearson street.
AlifclNTS VATliiM.'hnce of Hie
time to one man only in each State with
a few hundred dollars and refernc-s;
monopoly of legitimate business; t-nor-noua
promts; without risk highest Ui-
dersementa. Hull 1M East Twenty-third
ajtreet. New York- 3
- WANTED-Agents In each county i
eell "Family .Memorials' ' ; o-i profit
steady work. Campbell A Co.. 1 A st .
AGAs'TS 150 week guaranteed; Auto-
matic washers sell themselves. Ag-n.
write: "xnibited sample w t?a wo-
men; took ten orders. " Time 4 minute
profit over lei'. guaranteed to do a wh-
ang u minutes; funustu-a iU ot piw-
ejr ; require no labor; ousts less lii&a
amy other machine; free sampl' and ex-
clusive territory furnished. Automatic
dasher Co.. Btat.on U. Chirac 2
tm AG EXT 8 wanted. $L daily eerily
made oan v easing "History of Mormonism
and Polygumy." and Bibles et. Peter
TUty Daliaa Texas
JTEWS and Cigar Dealers write toUJ
tM street. Qalveston. Texas for consign-
ment agency without m vestment; new
DON'T WO? for others be the bom;
S-art a mei order business; we help you.
tral Bupoiy t.o.. ivans-is (. lty. iio.
DO TOU want work; ladies or rn tie-
men; no oanrasalng or soliciting; ru time
from your regular occupation . no on
need know you are my rsrrntative;
ate money outfit or expr1tne needed;
easy permanent honorable and profits
' able work that .n be d in- at hjne. For
Information address J. W KiJ J. i'l7
Baltee Block. Fort Wayne Ind.
AOEXTH -14x17 nortraJt and frame 9V
Seam picturee Sc. photo frames c: w
trust you; outfit free send fr.r rata-a; ie.
Keieer Art Co. tOOO Went worth avenue.
t "HURRAH FOR TEXAS! Hurrah f..-r
tne "Rent Xfluitr PUn"" ur money
Beeer reata. it works while y-M f.l-p uni
earns you 4 per cent intr-t. H e wv.l
bay you a tiuu9 home at & d-wn and
m 9 per month until paid ont- A nte .r
fmrticulars. Agents wanted tn every
' eaty and town in Texas. Our ag-nts w-ar
a. amlle that won't wash or: A 1 i-e
Equitable Home Aseociati'n. No. )ft M xin
treat Dallas. Texas.
ATTENTION. LADIES We can off-r
erery lady in the I nited States the mmx.
attractive proposition for incrajmg
tkeir ktcomew at home and with-
out Interfering; with praent duties
ever presented to the public P-sl-tively
no canvassing or fake and er.tire-
tr new. Indorsed by the iata jutn oi
Zngland. Bam pie and full Instructions
tmr 1M eenta and stamped envelope. Money
returned If not fully satisfied. Hjw ap-
esalty Co. Burnslde Bldg . Worcester
LADIES 1 weekly at home as local
manager; experience unrieary ; no
traveling. Addrees Madame Le Moyra
K. Twertv-aecon atret Vw T-k
W ANTED Everybody . to anow ihat
rank T. Jooxson r.as just opened a
Feeders livery and bourdicg ia.e at 1ZU
and Uia Preston. King h.m up uA he
1U drtve away your cares. e-j
REMEMBER you get gren traling
atampa with every casb purckase for tie
aaklng. Texas Lamp aad Oil Co 9ft
ml i'rairie avenue.
WOTTCE The annual mating of atok-
koidera of the Cni'-n Comprfess d.r.3 W-e-bouee
Company wul be hea on Tje.;Ay
fune 7 lb at the bank of T. v. H
Houston at U o'clock a. m. T.oa.M C
Dunn Secretary. 4-7
TO THE PUBLIC I have charged my
. ffflce from the Kiam bulidir.g r.-ons
I and t Masonic Temple building corner
Caln and Capitol. Jonathan Lai.e. 6-6
"WANTED Te know ths address of
Vulian L. Hofe; last em ployed dv liouav
oa Packing; company. Addreaa XJi fc-r-4
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN-Ali
arsons bonding claims air aunt tr4e R.y-
ajrood Rice. Canal and Milling comply
and the Ray wood Rice Cj;ipa; r
aereby notified to inturvene ir tne
Of the Allimnce Trust company. Lrr.l'-d
a. Ray wood Rice. Canal ar.1 M;ii-g
company at al. No. U.ilh. per.li':g in rr.e
Thhty -seventh district court of Bexar
' aounty Texaa In order that their ciarnt
may be referred to the mn .tr ;n cban-
aery for alloerano. las:f section a-d
payment to due pro:sa of adm.mtration
and on failure so to wi'hln tz months
tfrom this date such fLiirr.i wii! s m te
allowed to snare in fi.e d.atrib ;ti'jn of
taaid companies assets. A. H. WuHi.
IjUcetver. ' a-il
A PAIR that can not be beat-Qul-k
gneal Oaaollne St'ves and Vxd Ousnne:
we carry both. Texaa Lamp and Oil
Oe M enit gu Prairie avenue.
NOTICT4n tractors. Bunders and
Material Dealers! Being thorougmy
equipped to Oil promptly all orders tor
oreeoed erusbed atone crusher run and
rip rap atone from quarry at Roans
prairie Texaa; I solicit large or small
4ra Pbooea. Galveston offioe. bouth-
t western and Coapnmrcial; quarry. Com-
E W m aaeauusb uutwt
pays for a Scholarship time unlimited in either the Commercial or Shorthand Department for
pupils registering dunng the month of June Special English Department under the direction
of Prof. T. J. Auood. Write call or phone for particulars.
TpviC MAS5EY BUILDING. RUSK AVENUE
. I CXctS CORNER FANNIN STREET . . ....
BOARD AND ROOMS.
SIMMER RATIO Nice rooms and beat
table board; convenient locaUon; modern
cnvenlencea. 1103 Rusk avenue
r.KASANT aouth rooma. with beat
table board; summer rates; dose In.
Phone 2U1&; 1104 Main. 4
1 to TRAVIS Front upstairs room with
h- tiM for couple or two gentlemen; on
car line. .
FIRST-CLASS rooms and board at 1113
Travis close tln; g"od neighborhood;
rates reasonable. Old phone 3734. 4
""NEWLY furnished rooms with first -'class
bvard; all modern conveniences;
raonable rates. 60 Dallas old phone
2:-. m ;
TVKMSHED room with board In pri-
vate family; bath; gaa: on car line liia
ONE or two well furnlehed adjoining
room wtth all modern conveniences In
amail family suitable for gentlemen or
couple with board If wanted ils Chene-
v ert . P
FOR RENT Two nicely furnlehed
room. Mth or without board. ISIS Cap-
itol Rvtue. ' 2
XI.. newly Trnlshed rooma hath
t.' to '2 w pr week; close In; references.
1 1a Brunch.
THREE retitlemen boarders
THREE well furnlehed cool moms with
S table bonnl; n-frences required and
riven: five Mocks from Rice hotel. 11"4
Triivls strt. i
ROOM3 with hoard: table boarders so-
llcited lr Oontl Fifth ward. SO
NIi"E SOITH room with two beds for
Ifntvmen; near in. ooaro. tM oan j
SoTTHEAST rooms rent with or with-
out board: also vounr men H per week
rlotween Rusk and Walker. Hi) Loulst-
aca. LARGE FRONT ROOM for rent with
t ard. S Iceland
THE GLEN." 10U Lamar: elejtant
furnished rooms all moders conveniences
nig board riv blocks from Rtre ho-
ELEGANT south front rooms to rent
with or without board. I9 Fannin street
New phone sT B
NEW and fine furnished room and
best tahls board In the city: bath and
ras; reasonable rate. S1Q Jackson. -4
LOST FOUND. STRAYED.
THE cat came back and so do nil the
patrons of the Houston Hotel and bring
others that's what counts. 23
LOST Three-fourths karat unmounted
diamond. Return to 101S Texas avenue
and rTetre liberal reward. Schenck. 9
LsOST Between Monday street and Sat-
urilAj avenue on Opportunity street a
chance to b-:y lighting fixtures right In
quality and price of Ketthly. Hodge A
Co.. 915 Capitol avenue. a
LOST Bay hone. March K branded A
with C on top nn left shoulder star in
forehead. $. reward C. H. Aiden. JB10
Mtlam street. Houf-n Txas.' 29
STRAYEI Yellow three-fourths Jer-
sey C"W dr'. white apot in fare nnd
flanks. t:p of ari and tsll black branded
on hip: fnder bring to 3 Main and Ful-
ton and get reward. Paul A Hoover. 4
FOUND A span of mules on Cypress
road; owner call af stall ZL eity market
tls REWARD for the arrest and eon-
vlctlon of any pers'in foand mutilating or
destroying or removing of any of our ad-
vertising sign. Green berg Bros..
POCK ETBOOK My pocket book con-
taining some money and railroad passes;
pasees in my name. Liberal reward for
return to John Llnderholm Chestervlll
LOST White silk shawl on street car
Thursday night between Highland park
a&d Main and Prairie. If returned to 1WT
McKinney avenue liberal reward will
be paid. I
S19 REWARD Disappeared April IT.
large bay horse. 14 hands high weight 1W
pounds shod all around short mane
foretop cut close harness marks; also
black horse. 16- hands high weight 1j0
pounds short mane collar sore top of
n-k one white hind foot In front shows
oid wire out In hock joint In front of
hind leg; will pay above reward for In-
formation leading to recovery. Address
Jsm Ewtr.g flour Lake Texas. (-1
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED Coot pleasant unfurnished
room by traveling man spending p-jasloly
five days In the month in the city; will
not pay more than to per month and
party must own property; permanent If
saugfactory; stats exact location; ref-
erT.ce exchanged. Address V. E. F.
this office. - 21
WANTED Nloely furnished
without board southern exposure on
Fannin Travis or Main streets. Adores
WANTETj Between now and aptni-
ber 1 in ptivat. family with no small
children two large unfurnished rooms
with bath srates and oorch. Address
Mr. E. a. Tarlton. 21 Vlda arenue Vic s
BT JUNE 1 Cool six-room house con-
veniently t'M-ated bjr desirable tenant.
OA phone KL a
WANTED A furnished eotlaa-s of
about five rooms In fjod neurhtMirhood
UTlii Januaty U; must hav. cistern or
other pure water; no city water. Address
IT4&4. tr.ls office statina locallt a&4 rent
best references. a
WANTED Modem flee six or seven.
room house or entire upper floor; close
tn. Old phone I7M. I
WANTED To lease for sixty days. .
taenty tu twenty-five-ton locomotlrs;
throe-foot aaua-e; must be In re-
pair. Advise rental and particulars.
Trinity Kiver Lumuer Co Leo al das Tei-
RESfuMIBLE party without children
will take best cars of furnished bouse
for summer. jO.aVi. this office. u
WANTED To rent four or five-room
oottaae In nice neighborhood. C. W. liahl
Co. SaVj Main street. a
WANT June 1 permanent fouiy-rooia
oottace with stable for three) hones
within walking; dlstanos of Boslofflce. Ad-
4rasa U F. iienry. Box U. M
. SALARY LOANS.
Money advanced MlArl.d paopto pr-
LOWEST KATES: EASIEST TERMS.
PRIVACY AND PROMPTNESS. Your
credit once esi.blUh at my oUlo you
HQ get money at a moment's -notice
without security or Indorsement
O. D. DRAKE
a W. Phone 2300- U-XU Mason Block
ClUiens' Phone 6M.
MONET TO LOAN On city property
and Improved lands. West Co.. 11US
B0.O0O TO LEND at per rant on food
city property or Hen notes from three
to ten years. Houston scents 4660 this
no.ooo TO LOAN -city property; wx
to loan city property; ISOOO to loan city
property. E. Mosltowlta 316 Main street.
FOR SALE 41200 vendor's llsn notes I
per cent Interest well secured. Root. E.
C Wilson. 15S Cona-ress. 2S
IF TOT' ARf! IN NEED OF MONET
CALL AND SEE ME. WILL LOAN IN
SMALL OR LARGE AMOUNTS. APPLY
JAMES L. LARRAUH 504 KIAM
MONEY TO LOAN On vendor's lien
notes or satisfactory security ; any
amount I. this office. t
SALARIED PEOPLE permanently em-
ployed by reaponalble concerns can se-
cure money without security; payments
to suit; business confldentlaL Commer-
cial Investment Co . room BOO KJara build
lng; old phone Open to 4:30 p. m.
STOCK 9 AND BONDS.
We are headquarters for the purchase
and sale of all substantial stocks and
Loans made on good collateral security;
also on city real estate.
WM. B. KING A CO..
Cotton Exchange Building. tf
SAWOrTNET A 8TAAT9 architects. JT
and 39 Masonic temple Houston; also
Fort Worth and Dallas
MONEY TO LOAN on dry property
farms and ranches. John C. Penn A Co.
fourth floor Kiam building. tf
1400 I PER CENT msney and W
per cent money to loan on Houston city
property. T. J. Collin. 1014H Congress.
BHORT TIME LOaNS on any goo
eurlty. Bryant Land Investment
lOOskf Texas avenue.
tUft.ttO TO LOAN on Houston business
or residence Drooertv: one to ten years;
at lowest rates of Interest: monthly pay
merits if desired; tie delav tn getting your
money. AddIv to S. L Mills. XT7 Main
street or address P. O. Box 101 tf
AT 8 p. m. Tuesday June 7. at Bryan
nan Mrs. Atwoon win give an entertain-
ment. marking the closing of the six
teenth annual session of the Houston
kindergarten and primary school located
at 1404 Lamar. 29
M R8. COM PTON teaches the best
shorthand system and easiest read; U
per month. Iv30 Walker.
Is Our Bond
Baron at) los and Refrigerating
Company's plant. Just completed. We
are prepared to sell deliver and ship
ice in any quantity. All orders re-
ceive prompt attention. Olve us a
trial and yon will be convinced that
our quality and weight surpasses any
la the city.
Shipping a specialty corner Fannin
and Commerce streets. Both phones
1471. Asphalt streets.
Smoke La Exceptional
BEST Sc CIGAR
de Sola & Benbury Co.
516 MAIN STREET
Vl-w sc Cigar
the Largest Sllin Br-a ef
CUtun in the World.
TImm ttwf CAPSULES an
CutnM or bjeclioiw w4 fipraA
CURE II 41 HOURS WJ
tta ttm fyttm vllsr '
bout ty mil 4rffpUta.
All pricei advertised are good for
Thirty VJ . -s
14-lnch Screen Wire yard 10
26-Inch Screen Wire yard
28-lnch Screen Wire yard 13
30-inch Screen Wire yard 14e
32-lnch Screen Wire yard 15
34-inch Screen Wire yard 16t
S6-Inch Screen Wirw yard ifi
Galvanized Screen Wire 24 to
36 inches per yard
15c to i 22?
Carpet Tacks pound ' 10sJ
Chair Seats all sizes 5
100 Brass Head Tacks.... 5
Sash Locks 10?
Steel Carpenter Hammers
Nickel Plated Family
Walden Pocket Knives
60c to S2.0O
Russia Iron Gasoline
Stove Ovens $1.48
Sure Catch Mouse
Razor Strops 10c
1- gal. Stone Churn and
2- jral. Stone Churn and '
3 gal. Stone Churn and
4 gal. Stone Churn and
Cover ... 50t
Painted Infant Bath Tubs
Galvanized Foot Tubs
large size 35
Galvanized Chamber Pails
White Fruit Jar Rubbers
dozen V. 5
Porcelain Lined Fruit Jar
Caps dozen 25)
Mocking Bird Cages
"c to S1.98
Bird Cage Hooks 8t
No. 7 DIsston Hand Saws
26-lnch Standard Hand
22-lnoh Standard Hand
Wood Handle Ice Picks.... 5 M
-. i m i. . Anu . Hi
Cltffl 1IUUA uuvu XOS7
Garden Rakes 20
Schley Calf Weaners 35
Carriage Bolts 1 k
Chain Swivels for stake
Harness Snaps 2t
lOuart Tin Dish Pans.. 14
Galvanized Sprinkling Pots
4 to 10 quart. 25c to 5g
Boys' Steel Express Wag-
ons 90c and tflS
Toy Sprinkling Pots
6c and 10?
Toy Sand Buckets
6c and s 10t
Long Handle Toy Sand
3-Inch Gate Hooks and
Iron Bench Vises 35
9-lnch Carpenter Drawing
Hammer Handles 2t
Sewing Machine Oil Cans.. 3
Gate Latches with screws.
Foot Scrapers 8t
Paper File Hooks 5
Hunter Flour Sifters... lOt
Four-ball Croquet Sets... 87
Mall orders carefully filled. No
charge for boxing. All goods de-
livered to depots free of charge.
Tour money back if youll take it
Old t-uone HIT ; New 3u2.
Travis Street opp. the Market
The doctors will tell you that you will
have smallpox malaria and measles
If yon are not protected by a bar. We
don't know but we will sell you
With frame and attachments com'
72-inch Cord . .
90-inch Fine Gauze S1.0O
100-Inch Fine Gauze SI. 25
110-inch Fine Gauze SI. 50
72-inch fair mesh SI. 50
80-inch fair mesh S2.00
90-inch fair mesh S2.50
90-Inch finer mesh 82.75
108-Inch finer mesh S3. 25
90-inch extra fine mesh.... $3.25
108-Inch extra fine mesh.... S3. 73
120-Inch extra fine mesh... S4.00
90-inch finest mesh S3. 75
108-inch finest mesh S4.25
120-Inch finest mesh S4.50
Made to order without extra charge
Full sized 72-inch Imported Bobhinet
on wooden hoop with cord and
Pulley SI. 50
We have 150 of the prettiest and finest
hammocks that were ever shown in
this market that we will sell you at
cost and give you postage stamps with
MOSQUITO BAR FACTORY
. 617 TRAVIS ST.
Bessie Martin was the only daughter
and only child for that matter of Fann-
er Martin and his wifs. Bhs .had com
boms from the academy on her summer
vacation and at 1 years old she was
handsome enough and cute enough to
turn the heads of a dozen young men be-
tween daylight and dark.
Ever sine her Bixtrcnih birthday she
had been 'somewhat engaged" as she
expressed It to Will Burt son ot the
village merchant and previous to her
going to school he had driven out to ths
farm once or twice every week. 'Farmer
Martin and his wife had looked upon It
as a case of "calf love" and had neither
encouraged nor discournRt-d but when
three years had passed in ths same fash-
Ion things had begun to look mora seri-
ous. The engagement was announced
with the consent of the parents on both
I.ovs did not run smoothly however."
Iievaio wanted to put In one more term
and graduate and Will insisted on mar-
riage in the fall. Both bdng quick-tempered
and Impulsive they had had nfany.
a small Quarrel before but on this oo-
cation it threatened to degenerate Into
ill had driven out to the farm in the
firt-ion to urge the matter from his
standpoint and as Bessie had that day
feten ohased by a cow stung by a bum-
ble bee and fallen down the back steps
see was in no mood for gentle argu-
ment. It wasn't long before the pair were
at iogxerneao.8 ana wneu tne young man
left Ute house to Jump Into his buagy
and drive furiously away. It was with
the understanding that if he never re-
turned no hearts would be broken.
Ua me but how sillyl" exclaimed the
mother as she came In from the kitchen
an. I found Bessie kneeling on the lloor
with her head burled in the lounge and
sobs choking her utterance.
"Do do you you suppose I'm going
to let Will Burt boss me nround as If T
wece a child!'' exclaimed the girl as she
si rJng to Iter feet and dashed the tears
"1 don't think he wants to boss."
"He does. He not only wants to boss
but he's selfish. I told him I'd almost
been hooked by a cow was stung by a
t-utnble bee and had a fall l.ut did he
en down and hold my hand nnd pity me?
Not a pltyl He Just went on to tell me
that he could buy a house and all that
find that we'd be married In October. Hs
talked as'if I had no voice In the mat-
ter." "Oh. come now."
"It isn't as If I couldn't have forty
ether beaux if I wanted em. I don't like
liis saying that he's going to do this and
l;es going to do that. Just as If he ran
the earth. He knew I'd cry when he was
g ne. but did he even turn to look at the
house when he drove away? He knows
how it hurts to be stung by a bumble
lee. but when l showed him the swelling
rn my left arm. did he say it 'was too
lad' and kiss It?"
"He probuhly forgot." soothed the
mother as s3v handed over her gingham
apron as a tear wiper. "I know one
l:me when your father was courting me 1
f"ll off a fence and "
"But I'm not talking about you and
pa.' Interrupted Bessie as a fresh as-
Fnrtment of sobs threatened to stick in
her throat. "Will Burt finds me a suf-
ferer and what does he do to cheer nte
tip: .N'utliing. On the contrary he makes
me miserable and drives me into saying
mat I could marry some one better
titan him before sundown. I know 1
cot:ld too but I 1 '
"Well now you go'n lie down a while
until that bee-sting gits better and you
El t over bein' nervous. Will will proba-
ly be out here tomorrow to beg your
lardon and tell you that he ts awfully
s-rry. I'll .wet a rag In camphor and
put It on your forehead and If you can
sleep for an hour or two you'll be all
right. Y'our father and 1 had fifty dif-
ferent spats afore we were married but
never a one since. Come daughter."
1 he girl slept not only for an hour
but for three. Bhe was then awakened
by her mother who explained that she
and the father had to drive to town to
p- about some legal business and that
Bessie must mind the house tor the aft-
ernoon. A quarter of an hour later they
were off and. after taking a little walk
tn the garden and reading a story. Bessie
happened to remeatter that the cream
was tnne churn ready to be beaten into
butter thai evening so she .decided to
go ahead with It. 'he churn was placed
near the -open kitchen door and when
sle first sat down she had a book In
her left hand. Thoughts of Will Burt
were uppermost however and gradually
the book sank down to her lap and she
worked the dasher and reflected at the
same time: . .
if I hadn't been chased by a cow-ana
stung by a bumble bee and fell down
the steps and rolled over among the
weeds-and was feeling all broken up It
wouldn't have mattered-but he never
Pitied me-and he didn't ask to see the
ting and he wanted everything his way
and when he knew I was jetting mad
and I say I Won't stand It 1 won t I
won't-I won't! If Will Burt don t come
back and say he's sorry-he can lust go
to pot-and i ll yes I'll marry some one
""tifood for. youe-gal!" exclaimed a rough
voice at the door; and she sprang away
fr6m tie churn with a scream to f'nd
herself facing the toughest-looking tr.tmp
he had ever seen.
"No call to git skeert. gal" he said as
be entered the room and closed the door.
"I was lyln' urder the hedge when the
old folks drove away and I know ye
are alone In the house. I ain t half bad
unless I'm riled. When I'm riled.- then
look out. Now then don't mike any
mistakes. Firstly put some wlttles on
the table. Do as I say and you shan t
he harmed; do some other way and I
r.ltv you from the bottom ot my neari
1 ne Kiri yin'-ru
1 ..- nrrieetnw h.r tO Bit OODtlSi'
him. the tramp felT to and sails.'.! Hs
apt'tlte. When he shoved back Irom the
la :e he said:
Now. then. I'm goln' through the crib.
I migM asK you to go along and pint
out where the valuables are kept but
! flian't take any chances. 1 see that
there are woodn bars outside the pantry
window and In there you go until the
eld folks come home."
Beasts .ntered the big pantry with-
out a word glad to be out of the pre-
HIS 0O1J) CONVINCE.
A. E. Kieslinf Will Pay for Hyo
mei Himself When It Fails
to Cure Catarrh.
It I only knew It to be true I would
not hesitate a moment" This le a thought
ths average person has when reading the
claims of some of the medicines that are
advertised as cures for catarrh.
The n suits from the use of Hyomel
are so remarkable In the sure of cutarrn.
that they seem beyond belief. The fact
though that A. E. Klesllng one of the
best known druggists In this section has
so much confidence In the prwer of Hyo-
mel to curs catarrh that he sells it under
his personal guarantee to refund ths
money If the purchasers can say tflat It
did not help them ought to convince
ths most skeptical that Hyomel can be
rcl!'-d upon to cure alt catarrhal troubles
no matter how serious or deep-soated.
The complete Hyomel outfit consisting
of a neat Inhaler that can be carried In
the purse or pocket a medicine dropper
and a bottle of Hyomel coats only one
dollar. Additional bottles of Hyomef oan
be procured for fifty cents making It
the most economical of treatments.
Catarrhal colds which are so common
at this season of the year bave been
cured in a day. Mild cases of catarrh
that have become chronic are frequently
cured in 1 week or ten days. Now Is the
time to begin the use of Hyomel. remem-
bering that A. K. Klesllng sells erery
package on a positive guarantee to re-
fund the money If it falls to cure. -
encs of the man. He fastened the door
011 her and then went on a prowl through
the house. There was another door
however which he had closed but not
bolted the outside kitchen door. He was
taking his time to make up a bundle
of plunder when the door was softly
opened by a sturdy young man.
will Burt had gone away angry as
many a lover has done before but he
hadn't driven a mile before he wished
himself back. Out of sheer pride he
drove on to the village and ' tried to
make himself believe he didn't care
but an hour after noon he was return-
ing over the same road. He would not
call he said but Just drive by the farm
and give Bessie a chance to call him
in. He had driven up and down three
or four times when the silence of the
house began to mystify him and he for-
got his dignity and hitched his horse.
As he opened the kitchen door he saw
that the pantry door opposite was fas-
tened. Crossing the room he pulled the
stick from the catch and was rewarded
by a voice saving:
"Oh Will but I'm so glad-so glad!"
"I 1 meant to kiss that bee sting."
be replied "and I was a brute not to.
In fact my dear ' I was all to blame
and I beg forgiveness nnd"
"And there's a tramp in the house 1"
"Wall I should say!" exclaimed the
mother as she r entered the house an
hour later. "Two fond hearts have been
reunited and here's an old tramp bound
hand and foot and ready to be carted
to jail and leave nothtn' but happiness
In this family!"
Mrs. Susan Dickerson
The above Is a likeness of Mrs. Susan
Dickerson of La Para Texas who has
had relatives in every war In which the
United States have been Involved and.
what Is more remarkable she has seen
every one of them.
lira Dickerson Is now In her eightieth
In the revolutionary war her -grandfather
James Gaynes and has four
In the war of l&U her uncle John
Gaynes and her mother's brother Zldiah
Bristsr served. She also had in the Texas
war of 183t two uncles Daa and Will lam
Blaster. In the war with Mexico she had
a husband. James 4. Tlndai and a
brother Daniel Gaynes.
In the Confederate war she had on the
Southern aide a husband John B. Dick-
erson who was wounded at Vtcksbttrg.
which subsequently caused his death and
a son. Ben t Tlndai. and six brothers.
1 In the Spanish-American war ahe had
a nepnew w. v . uaynee jr.
8he was born tn Lawrence county. Mis
sissippi February t 1K26; moved with her
father W. W. Gaynes Sr. to Kemper
county in uj; marriea James A. Tuloal
in l&tt and moved to Louisiana In ims.
Tlndai died the year they went to Louisi-
ana. In 1662 she married F. A. Bolglano;
was divorced from him In 1869 and mar-
ried J. 8. Dickerson In I860. She moved
to Texas In lew and moved back to Louis-
iana In liiS and back to Texas In ISGi
and has resided ever since In Texaa.
By J. A. Tlndai she had three sons.
obu r . LJica. ana u. w . ilnaai. Bye
A. Bolglano two daughters Mrs. B. E.
rerreu and Mrs. Mattle C. Blister and
by J. 8. Dickerson one son J. J. Dick-
erson. and one daughter Mrs. DoUle
Bhe has twenty-five grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren. She has been
a member of the Baptist church for forty-
five years. . She now lives at La Para.
Live Oak county Texas with Mrs. c.
v Maxwell who im her youngest daugh-
.BJ?now1 draws a Confederate pension
w-.a- er-es jrwi UIVSIILIE.
. PALESTINE POINTERS.
Joel Duncan Was Badly Hurt by
(Houston Post 8Deelal.l .
Palestine Texas May S7-The accident
which happened to Mr. O. C. Smith a
brakeman on the International and Great
jvonnern at or near Sellers station yes-
terday In which he lost his right hand
was quite. a shock to his many Mends
here. Palestine Is his home.
Mr. Joel Duncan who fell and broke
several ribs the other day. la doln-r a.
well as can be exacted. He was at his
e-i.w 01 uusiness mis morning and says
I v. r Pm. ut hopes
hs will be out of that In the next few
days. r .
Mr. W. c. Campbell chairman of the
Anderson county democratic executive
committee nas received tne following- an-
swer In return to his Inquiries regarding
qualifications of voters In ths cmmln-r
primsry to be held In July from the at
torney general s ornce at Austin: "In
reply to your favor of the ttth Instant
you are advised that a man who win w
tl prior to the primary to be held In Joly
should be permitted to vote In the prl-
IllorV .iMtlnn "
Drs. Fred Hancock. Ed Link ind E. B
Parsons attended the meeting of the
East Texas medico at Jacksonville yes-
terday. Rev. O. J. Oxley pastor of the Motho-
dlet church at Long-view arrived In the
city yesterday and participated In the
Anener meeting last nignt.
Mr. Euh. T. Hurt man of the National
Magazine of Boston Is In the city and
will submit an advertising proposition to
the Commercial club which meets this
afternoon at S o'clock.
Judge Aldrlch of Crockett Is in the
Prof. c. T. Olbson teacher In the school
at kusx. is in tne city visiting. He for-
merly resided here.
Goliad. Tezai. Mav M. Arnlen. nn Mav
E 1904 one black tlorM about 14 hands
high alightl? away-backed white star In
forehead white steflts on hloe. old scar
on point of shoulder about I years old no
One black hnrae. a little hnsr-haoarsvl
about 14 hands high Roman n1s has
lonir scar on bacs: part or rifht thigh
nhiiil & v n p. 1 n hMnH
I will pay f2b reward for. recovery of
horses and arrest of thlsf or liberal re
ward for recovery of horses. J. E. Pettus
sheriff uoiiad county Texas; by B. Lock-
Cut to Pieces by a Train.
(Houston Post Special.)
Taylor Texas May M. Three miles east
ef Taylor this morning a Mexican section
laborer named Adolfa Martlnea age M
rears was struck bv a southbound In.
ternaUonal and Great Northern passenger
train No. s. and his body was literally
cut and ground Into pieces. The remains
were brought to Taylor this momlna: on a
hind ear for Inquest and burial. He has
ae relatives) here.
ii He - ' V'"! '
A Few From the Hundreds Treated in the State.
Houston Child Snatched From
State of Texas. JTounty of Harris: '....
Before me the undersigned duly qualified to administer oath on this gay
' personally appeared H. H. Hnberllo and Bailie Haberlie who reside on Hous-
ton avenue. Old Phone 3231 City of Houston Harris County Texas who be-
ing duly sworn on their oath depose and ray: .
This Is to certify that our dear little babe of eleven months was sick
with malarial fever and lung bowel and kidney complications for seven
weeks during which time five different doctors of Houstun treated her and
she gradually grew weaker and on Thursday night April 27 19U4 she had
five degrees of fever and we thought it would be only a few hours until God
would take her home. -
We noticed Dr. Davis' ad. and grasping at a straw we found what has
proven the restoration of our sweet little one. Within 30 minutes after Dr.
Davis came in our home the child was in a profuse perspiration and the fever
gone and under Drs. Davis and Couch's tonic treatment our little darling
is getting brighter every day. playing on the floor and sending her merry
laugh to our gladdened hearts.
This statement comes from the depths of our hearts wltn ths sincere
desire that It may bring to others the happiness It has to us and save some
Innocent and helpless child from the suffering our darling bns endured.
Member Csrpenters' Union No. 114 and Tabernacle Baptist Church. Sixth
Ward. MRS. 8ALLIE HABBRLIA
Sworn to and subscribed before me this tth day of May 1904.
(Beat) F. BARNHILU
Notary Public Harris County Texas.
Mr. H. Haberlie Is a member ot my churoh and I believe him to be strtct-"
ly honest and trustworthy. REV. E. AMMONS
Pastor Tabernacle Baptist Church Sixth Ward Houston Texas.
Why have those parched and feverish Hps. those sleepless and agonising
nights waiting for a fever to run Its courser Excepting typhoid of ten days
they positively guarantee to break any fevf tnaAtfrated by a burning skin with-
in forty-eight hours. Seven cases cured In from SO minutes to 6 hours. One
case cured in I hours. One case cured In U hours. One case cured In 28 hours.
RECTOR OF ST. PETER'S CHURCH
BRENHAM CURED OF INSOMNIA.
Dr. Davis: It gives me great pleasure
to bear my testimony to the good work
you did for me.
After five years of increasing Insomnia
your treatment has brought to me the
capacity to sleep with refreshing slum-
bers renewed strength and vigor.
JAS. NOBLE Ph. D.
New Rector of Grace Church Jefferson
This certifies that my daughter. Miss
May Turner O'Riordan has been suffer-
ing with nervous prostration and general
derangement of the system for over two
years and no medicine ever benefited
her but undef""Tr. Davis' treatment she
gained ten nounds and Is very much Ira-
proved every way.
MRS. WM. PERRT.
T was under Dr. Davis' treatment about
one week and was on the verge of la
grippe which he scattered.
I was also having frequent headaches
and he relieved me. O. 8. TTM LIN
Pastor First Baptist Church Brenham.
HOUSTON MAN CURED OF MA-
LARIA FEVER IN THREE HOURS
Having been treated by Dr. O. M.
Davis when we were both residents of
Austin In 1901 for Malarial Fever. 106 de-
grees out of which condition he brought
me in three hours and being able to
work the next day. I can. therefore say
that he Is the best physician who oarer
treated me for fever
(SlgnecT) CLAY JONES
lot Walker Ave. Houston. Phone 105S.
HAPPIEST MAN IN TOWN.
Dr. Davis: I tbousht I would write
and let you know lhat I am in the best
of heslth after taking your treatment. I
had tried everv doctor in town and sev-
eral patent medicines when I was down
with rheumatism but they never did me
any e-ood. I feel like the happiest man
Jn town today. I feel glad that you took
me off my crotches. I wish every one
afflicted would take your treatment. May
God bless and comfort yon In this won-
derful work of relieving the sick and af-
flicted people Is mv earnest prayer
rucieo pp SHERMAN O. CROSS.
CURED OF RHEUMATISM HAD
NOT SLEPT IN FIVE NIGHTS.
After continued suffering with rheu-
matism In my rtKht shoulder and the pain
being so excruciatlna that I had not slept
for five nlehts. I went to Dr Davis and
from the first treatment I slept and m
six treatments It nllre"'JalPpIxrIB
Dorsey Printing Co.. Dallas Texas.
DONT READ THIS.
My little daughter. Rosebud was taken
with a contraction and stlBenlng of he
muscles of the neck and It was like
death to her to receive a shock or Jar
of iny kind when In this condition. I
fried all the physicians In my town nnd
after them falling to give relief I took
her before the medical board at Temple
E W consisting of thirty-five delegates
They said a surgical operation would
have to be performed and then t brace
worn. 1 naa nearn ui J"
derful works -bf Dr. Davis and I took
her to him. He treated her once and
then told me to bring ner back In two
weeks which I did and he gsve her the
second treatment M"RVWoBERLT.
WELL KNOWN PEOPLE OF AUS-
TIN TREATED BY DR. DAVIS.
MR. JOE B. WINN Old Phone s7:
MRS. A. O. MORRI8H. Bruggerhoft
Building. Old Phone 4S0.
MRS. C. TOLMAN 2i W. 7th St.
MISS ARVILLA O. WRIGHT TCS
Colorado St.. Third Floor.
MR. CHA8. B. TINN Old Phone TS.
MISS MAT STEIN 4 E. Ut St. Old
MR&T'cfoRAHAM tOJ W. 1st St
MR. CHA8. WCKA8CH Old Phone 1071.
Nn. 2400 Ouadnlupe St. .
DR. W. M. 8IMCOCK Residence Phone
B0; Office 9. -MRS.
BELLE MOORE South Austin.
MISS KATE WALSH. Old Phone 789.
MRS. DR. C. A. GRAVES. Old Phone B.
MRS. NANNIE -CANTLET Corfner US
and Lavaca Bts
Can put bob in corrtspondinc WUh
pioplf curt of mn dUtatt.
Dtseatet of Women and Children
Second Floor Mocre-Burnett Building
PbooM Nw 39J Old 1320 Day
rt 1 I i
the Jaws of Death in 30 Minutes ;
I was afflicted with stomach trouble
for fourteen months and tried several
physicians during that time with very
little change In my condition.
I could not digest my food and eating
was always followed by severe pains.
I went to Dr. Dnvis four n-ears ago and
he cured me and I am we'll today.
King of Mai fest. Brunner Houston '
May 2S 1904.
CURED OF RHEUMATISM.
I am one of ths many whom I know
were cured by- Dr. Davis. He Is like
eyerv other man who does something out
of the ordinary persecuted bv his Inferi-
ors and It was into such hands I drifted
wrhen I went to Marlln. and like many
others believed what was told me. until
I found no relief and went to him as a i
last resort. It Is useless for me to state
that my rheumatism was cured and I
bave been sound and well ever since
ROBT. L. BKTTERSON.
Tkt. Agt Bolivar Ferry Galveston.
Dear Doctor: In six weeks yon have
done my wife more good than the five
physicians have that treated her for
the last five years.
I suffered so from rheumatism I could
hardly get up and down stairs and now
I am almost well.
D. M. REYNOLDS
Jlju Main St. Houston.
Dr. A. B. Couch.'
Dear Doctor: It seems hard for me
to realise that after eight months of
treatment from several of the best phy.
slelans In the city and nearly three venrs
Of auffaring I am well and strong again
but such Is so.
ANNIE BRA MMER.
2017 Freeman St.
Dr. A. B. Conch. 7
Dear Doctor: I am In better health
than I have been in for a long time end
when I think of the great amount of good
you have done In four weeks as com-
pared with the unsuccessful efforts of
various physicians in the past six years
I wish you to know how grateful I am.
J. A. LAMBERT
120f Semmes St. Houstosj.
Dr. A. B. Couch." '
Dear Doctor: I came toyon for treat-
ment of neurasthenia and catarrh and I
am happy to say I received more benefit
In three weeks than I received from SSV-
rsi pnysicians in two years.
You slso cured me of malarial fever of '
long standing tn three days.
J. A. KNAPP..
Dr. A. B. Couch. -v
Dear Doctor: I am now entirely cored
of asthma of eight years' standing.
I am pleased and astonished.
Houston. Texas. May 17 1(04.
Being reared In Ohio and there having
contracted bronchial asthma my family
physician recommended a change of cli-
mate whereupon 1 went to Florida and
after a sojourn In that State of two years
and realising no benefit from neither cli-
mate nor physicians I decided to make
anorher change and came to Houston
Texas where I met Dr. A. B. Couch In
whose care I placed myself and after a
continued treatment of five months am
thankful to state t!?at 1 have fully recov-
ered from that which apnesred to be an
Incurable malady. It therefore affords
me -great pleasure to recommend Dr.'
Couch to those suffering from this "so-
MRS. B. N. TYLER.
Houston Texas May 77 IMi
Thin is to certify that I am 76 years of
age and tinve suffered for a number of
years with urinary trouble peculiar to
men of my a; have been under treat-
ment of a number of phynloinne mors or
less for ten years but have received no
permanent results until 1 placed myself
In the hands of Dr A. B. Couch. I am
now happy to say that I am as via-oroua
and as free from thoe annoy Ins; trmiblea
as when In more youthful years. While
I heren't a tooth In my hend I enjoy my
meals sleep well and. In fact enjoy all
tbe natural pleasures of life as much so
as ever. Hence i am very thankful that
almost In the hour of despair I was so
fortunate as to fait Into the hands of Dr.
Couch ope of the most conscientious and
well Informed physicians whom It has
heretofore been my pleasure to meet and
I therefore heartily commend him to all
DR. W. M. glMS.
- clerk Belknap HotsL
a Specialty Consultation Fretv
HOUSTON TEXAA a
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