The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 309, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 18, 1905 Page: 4 of 12
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And Not Dirndl Win 'Was Killed
.; v at th: Turf.
WELL KNOWN IN WACO
Parker Wu on the Boat Which
Took Dodge to New York.
. Relatives Heard From.
! "Th name of the Bun who was killrd
In th Turf early yesterday morning a
full account of which appeared in yes-
terday' Pott wu Heywood Djnnell. tn-
atead of Haywood Darnell. He was
reared III Waco and iu (h eon of Cau.
tulu Donnell who to ' rll Known In the'
tTelegramr. wer received yesterday from
atwea Donnell s brother of the tld
bub who reside In Fort W'ortb who
tared tht h would lev for Homi j.i
last night t return to Waco with the
ranalmi A WMnn waa i-aoaivd ale
from Judge Archer of th common plea i
court of Jennings La. a brother-in-law
of deceased 'who MatMl that h had
wired Ihe new of the young man (tenth
to III Mther In Waco. A telphon me
aim wuii twlvcd 11 iilght by I'hder-
taker Wcslhelmef from I'ndertnherf. Fell
aV IMrketL Waco reuue.tlog Mr. Waat-
heraier to embalm and ahip the rema'ni
' There r a number of people In the
oily who mnko the claim that they hnw
th daed. Rome of ths Kirn atatc
that Ma nnmo Wat Daraall and that he
waa a hard ha radar in fact a d-t-
The Medicine For You
Wme of Gsrdui is the best medicine for mothers to take. It is a never-failing
toni: trpoti which any womaa can lean for support during the trial of childbirth.
! ; Win of Cardui cares disordered menstruation and bearing down pains. It drives
'out all weaknesses which ire very distressing and often fatal to women in delicate condition.
' 1 f f Win of Criui'itinforces the organs upon whkh the strain bears the heaviest and
after the ordeal Si over it helps her to a spee recowry.
V .'' I Mrs. Ponliot's experience is the same a that of hundreds of thousands of women
Who declare that Wine of Cardui robs chfld-bearing of its terrors. You can secure the
sun Immunity by taking Wine of Cardui ia rour home.
' " Wine of Cardui cures barrenness and makes child-birth easy. Your druggist will
yw i $1.00 bottle.
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'1 ' SSI MerfM Street CaiOAao III.
" t 1 ' I hm Ukaa Wis CturduJ tat leatk weakam both beiore and aft mj baby ai bora anihave
tosao !t the beat ftediete I ever bled sad am eertsiat hi better aealth bow thaa I he bnt for yeari
which I feel k int to jrour medioiiid. I was ia ntj poor health before my Int baby wag born
bad heaaacbe sad 1sck1m and jrmeral wearinoH but taking Wine at Caraoi for fir auntae reallr
taks it aiii will M (ail to b benefited. o4aU4V
WorUf Vloa-Teaiflar tlrst4i Order ef aood Tamylanj.
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Made in' Ai
Has been carried to the uttermost
corners of the earth :
because of its proved ability to write
the thought of the world in any
language that lias an alphabet
Remington typewriter Company
New York and Everywhere
praaV and that a had beaa oio. In-
numerable racapadra. - - t
KtiRMriR "EilPIiOTKi :
lr. Jairra Hartley of thla rlly. who
fermTly nn Joh printing offlca la
Wai-o tBlr that he knew Donnell well
and thai I he young mnfl waa In hla em-
ploy aome yea re ago. He coaaidered him
to hr the Hveriiar bov and eaya thai ka
ncv.r knew unythtr.f bud about him. He
ha not known or hla career la four
Jurk Pnfker. the man aerueed af the
kllllna. la still In the city pel eon. lib)
piruii.imiry luaunx will ilk ly ha held
thin afternoon. He hni aeeurrd Mr. J. B.
Brorkman aa hla attorney and Judsu
k lirk Mi'Uanlel will aulat la the defenae.
I' Parker frra to be well known in
Houaien and In thin aectlon of lite ataie
anrally. I'p to Ihe preaent time no
one ha hud enyiblnf Out a food repu-
i lation 10 five him.
He la a Mend of VnllM State Maf-
ahnl Haneon. who haa known him for a
; number of year. Ptrker Waa on the
I boat which ranveyed the Dd(e parly
I rum Ualvmlen to .New York and during
(hat trip made friendi with both the of-
ficer! and the famoui prieoner. He eprnt
only a f w duya in N" York returning
heiore Ihe officer of the marahal' force.
When ieen at the JhII yeaterday after-
noon hy a Poet representative he mado
Ihe atatemcnt that he had no complaint
to make concerning atntement print-
eil a coming from lilm In yenterday'
Poet. However he iled he desired to
make a correction ol a statement which
had been nmde by another man which
was as (oUoaa:
DID SOT CHABK IWXKELL.
" did not rntci- the s;ilfM.n with Uonnell
and did not know that he wa In the
saloon when I entered. When 1 walked
In he wa tandlng agalnpt one of the
Iron supports and I almost rubbed
against htm before I snw and recognised
him. I passed on and started toward the
side door. I waa In the lead at least ho
waa not ahead of me. Reaching the end
of the bar and turning. Donnell wan mur
me and it appeared to me that he bad
been been tollowlnf nie p. Hla hind
waa at hla aid and knowing that he had
been In Ihe bahlt nf carrying platol. I
trailed- mine'. He alerted to run and I.
thinking that lie Intended to get behind
one of the posta and use that aa a place
of advantage find at him."
There were a number of coiiflXlr.i
statement eoMcerntng what happened ai
the lime of the shooting. There era
those who nike the atatemenla that
Doanell wa down en hi knee with hi
hand up. begatng th man to not shout
him. while other make the statement
that he aever fell. After the lt ahot
waa fired. It la stated be wa still atund-
Ing and a man caught hold of him and
helped him down to the floor Doanell
gradually giving way and finally lying
down. He waa allll allva when an officer
arrived but did not speak. Inapeotor
Moor of the Houston Electric company
waa near the place and raa la after the
ahootlng. He say that Doanell wa still
alive when he arrived. The officer depu-
tised Moore to slay wltb the dying man
while he telephoned for th coroner. Mr.
Moore says that lie has no desire to an
through another experience of the kind.
The dylBg man. he aay. riveted hla ere
nnon Mm act held him a though In n
hypnotic spell until life slowly ebbed
away and the stnre became glassy.
REARED Iff WACO.
I Houston Poet Special.)
Waco. Texas. January 17 Heywood
Donnell killed lit Iloueton grew up In
thl city. HI parent or excellent peo-
ple. Captain Donnell father of de-
oertsed whs a' valoroua- aoldler u the
army of the Southern Confederacy and
la here employed in a position of re-
apnnslblllty. Heywood wa a salesma i
up to the time he left here a year or two
ago. The remain will urrlve here to.
morrow for Interment In the family lot
at Oukwood cemetery.
DR. HUNTER SPECIALIST.
Nose Throat. Lungs Heart Kye. Ear
Catarrh. Deafness. ct. (l Main (treat.
The Church-Parson ysteei t Il-
lustrated music studv for children and
adult. Mrs. Mt'Dowall Houilon Con-ervntory.
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FOR LEE'S BIRTHDAY
EXERCISES BY OftAN M.
ROBERTS CHAPTER. '
Reception to Member of Dick
Dowling Csmp All Veter- '
arts and Daughters.
Thursday. January IS. wtll be appropri-
ately celebrated by the Oran M. etoberta
chapter. Daughter of the Confederacy1
aa th birthday of llw great Confederate
general-R twrt E. Lee. In addition t.
nn excellent program which will be ren-
dered for the entertainment of the guests
a reception will be tendered the members
of Dick Dowling camp Unite Confed-
erate Veteran trora I to 10 o'clock p. m.
Member of th Robert K. Lee chapter.
Daughter of the Confederacy and Vet.
erana and Sons of eterani ur.d alt
friend of the historic Confederacy are
Invited to attend the reception at Ihe
residence of Mm. William Bottler IMi
Caroline trect. '
Adjutant L. L. Cohen of the Dick
Dowling camp of Veteran will deliver-
the adureaa on Leo.
The other number on the program are
Vocal Selection.... Ml I .Ida Buckingham
Reading. Mrs. Lola Raid Harper
Song-'The Blue and the Orav" .......
Vocal Selection Miss Shirley Gordon
Violin Holo. Captain Sappof the Veteruna
Mr. Maud Scott Knoll
To the ri option and the entire en-
tertainment not only are all Daughter
of the Confederacy nil Son of Vtrn
and all Confederate Veteran Invited hut
an Invitation ia extended to all who love
and revere the Old South' and who re-
member It pn glorlou hlr.tory to he
preaent at thla celebration of the nntai
dnv of the South s most gallant leader.
The reception will extend from to 10
p. m. at th residence of Mr. Bottler
Mi Caroline atreet.
VMrs. M. PonIiot
y 351 Morgan 5tv
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CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ball's rtcsp
Meeting Wednesday Whist dub.
Ma-eating of Currant Literature
dub. - '
Meeting Woman't club. - .
Meeting Sheltering Armi use-.
A brilliant event of the mid-winter eaav
mniiu eottlHea given at the TttalkM
rlub laal night by Mr. and Mra. & W.
Sew II Hi honor et their aaughtera Mlaa
Salll Sewall and Ml Naeaa. Calheua.
I'ahna were u4 lb mural aaora-
ment ef the ball room with the add-
Us ef garaanaa of sepal Which drapes
th orrlMietral balcony. The eotllllen kal
by Mr. Spencer Hutchln and Mha Ro-
ert ef Denton wb hi Mlaa SewaH'a
gueet. waa ana ef the retueet and meat
effective seen thl year. It wa a "poppy
Agues" the or sea arte betng poppy
bower near the center of the bell room
from which arc he ef aopte revolved ral
red ft boon depended th glrle leading
out to groups of flrteea at a Urn. Th
favor vera peppy beta for the glrle aod
boutonnleree toe the mew.
Supper waa eerved by the Altar and
?toery society of the Church of the An
n a Delation and In the generation ef th
table red wo th color motif. R4
ramatloits were th renter omaaien lo-
tion and at each end allver candle stlcke
with red candle and green ehadea were
placed. The ehaad.ltars were featoaned
with bambaov and depending from each
waa a bunch of popptee. A graceful r
rang. meet of palms and tenia pro seen t-
d the Jrwy In: ding lata the supper
Mr. and Mr. Sewall and th honor
(uosis received In th WU room Mra.
eVwaH'wa gowned In white Bollaa
crepe trimmed wltb Brueeelle laoe. Mlaa
Sewall wore a gown of whit net ever
taffeta trimmed with point lace and Mlaa
Culhen whit crepe de chine trimmed
wltb Irish point sac. Mara Aoberte ef
Dent An waa gowned la "aa Imported
white robe of whit embroidered cat to
trimmed with reee point laoe. i - .
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; Golf Tournament ;
A number of the enthuaeaatlo fount
wornti weatbtra of th Oolf club eoa-
R rial a th ewnert golfer ef the club will
old a teanauoent at th Unk Thurada
Luach wilt be served1 and en Interestleg
morning ie anticipated by tboee sponsor-
ing th etertalament In thla oeaaee
Uwn ihe oplnioa o( Trarl. the champion.
i Prom Couarry Life In America.)
Walter J. Trarte aay: "I am olspoeed
to th opinion that Ihe geaeral play of
ur womea I quit US to th standard
of their conelna ea the other aid end
that la a few year It will be on a higher
plane. I wish t could feel the aema way
wltb regard to eur meg. rnforlunatly.
however the conditions are aomawhat
different. Our beet slayera have to be
recruited from th raaka of to younger
mn. No sooner doe a amy develop
A first tla gam than be retire t
buslaese life and with the fwer opaor-
tunltle necessarily ofrered for lndiilgeace
In frequent play hat gaea la booad to
suffer. On the other sloe with a leknir
claa numsrh-elly stronger no uch haadi
cup la tacouDtered."
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Mrs. Sydtwr's Declination.
The decllaatloa' of Mr. gaMbrook Srd-
nor to accept th presidency of the It.
R. Lee ohapter Tnlted Daughter et th
Ceafeeeraey. waa a matter of regret
aswil the member ( th oraanlMtKnv
wh.reeognlaed I Mrs. Sydnor an old-c-r
of splendid executive ability and
n who haa labored moot eealousiy tor
th chapter and lu mterewU. ah whose
recent election th office of regent of
the. Daaghtere of the Amwrleail Mevolu-
tloa. nude It ImpeeelM to fulfill th
dutlee of arealdent ef th Lee ohapter.
Th annual report of the secretary dls-
cloeed .the work acoomplUhed by Mr.
Sydnor a president and her rettgns-
(ton wns Ihe aourc t regret nJh.
mnnbenv At th acting held Tuesday
Mrs. Sydnor waa again asked for aa e
preaalon aa to whether or not she would
Serve longer and repnVd In th nrUv.
I4 .I r saor. Mra i. A. Haatoa. 1 moat
miSTd .W fitted to direct tn.
deatlnlea of th chpter and with her
well known ability and enthuataem will
mlk. V eadhl efficient presiding
officer for thl. great patriotic ergauiaa-
Ladies' Reading Clutf.
At tile Ladlee' Beading club Tuesday
afternoon Mra. Metoalf eupplled Mr.
Mil Morii' plaed director ot th pro-
Interesting paper were read. Mr
Tracy chow "fhe Japnee Army and
Navy' for her eubjoct and Mr. Adey
Mr II. T. Ring contributed splendid
Information on "Japan Women-Horn
Life" and "Toe Llltl Ifother ot Ja-
rlumerou arilclee. of Interest on
"Trait of Modem Japan. "Promi-
nent Men." and "Japanese Women
were contributed by different member
HorfteaII wee anwred with "ttema
on Japan tee Manner aud Customs.'
. Mrs. Holt Enteruins.
Mr. O. T. Holl entertained th Main
Street Ruchr club yeaterday after-
noon et her apartment at the Rlr hoteL
It wa the regular meeting of the club
Ml In th beauty of appointment that la
characterletlo of Mr. Holt' prlle de-
serve to rank pre-eminently a on ot
!h week' social evnt. The prise
which were unusually handsome were
won by Mr. C. W. Robinson who cap-
lured the f)rt club prleo. a Venetian
Ditcher Th second waa awarded Mr.
W H. 'Taylor: thl Wa a aalad bowL
Mr. Jeff Mill won th guoet prle a
doaen decks -of Initial card and Mra.
Ingham Seward the lone hand an elec-
trolier. Mia Markhom and Miss Rob.
ert of Denton punched during the af-
Election of Officers.
xAt a recent meeting ot th Medley EC-
fort society of the First Bnptlst church
th followlnt officer wer elected tor
... .naiM vearai
P resident mrs. jj. f. ritageraiu m-
1Mm'A. t. Lucas firat vice president.
' Mr k. F. Orlnstead second vice prcel-
d Mr. 1. P. Kelthly. retary.
Itn. I f Leverton tint assistant sec-
Mra't. A. Hamburger second asilstant
Mr Orafton Waple. treaaurer.
Th toltowlns from tb Atlanta Con-
stitution concern a Southern belle who
later Mra Intnan Sander wa very
popultr 'socially In Houston lest aeaaonl'
The oclHrininc attendant for two
week' or mor Ttm'..m'rl'2'" J
MIioul Oar and Mr. Sidney Stubb
of Havannsb culminated lest night in
th wedding Itself Which wa n event
of beauty and distinction.
ftt. Luke Kplecopal ehurcb where the
ceremony took place at a'cleclt-ws
crowded for th occasion with m gaily
dressed aasemkly ( th friend of both
'ManTat th bridegroom's relatives aha
oaualntances from Savannah snc else
where added their number to that of tint
hundred of AtUhta people Interested In
th mairlaa.'n th lorate church
decoration and th gay toilette of the
women 'Who were guest made approprU
at rlrcumstSRC for th beautiful brldaj
XureM4' "IS 'th tbM "flaunttof
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A REPENTANT IUAN'5
' SOLILOQUY V
I'M MCata tUgaiaiUs'a
'.' to. Shart I aivsd'!-
d s casts md jsautUaud
" my feat Krttpp Tuf -'
fly can fcavs my li s '
wlttMut a woret bars-
aher. Edwin - Clapp'a --
.Shoe NEVER bull iM.
Edwin Clapp Shce
SS.S9 I3.C3 $7X3
Captain amt Mrev MSward I Oaf i
bul(ul young weraaa who. Ilk her
tV elder (later. .Mrs. tnmaa Sautder
and 4 Mr. Thonw II. eina hew cut
short by her marriage her-ream as a. pro-
nounced aebwtwte beU to be numbered
eawng th handmt jroang ma iron
In (leorgla society. Sr . wore at her
wedding a tree rut wn of aieaMllne
knd Bruge kwt. (k skirt falling atlKhtiy
full from the hlna. WMse) were ewtHned
by doable folds of the silk end above
th sweeping Dome there wee a deep
Insertion of. tb lo oyer .chjffpa.. whll
th eon waa elaborately shirred and
It trimming combined handwork chiffon
and lace In exquisite fashion. Her veil
was adjusted with etlesw ef lb valley
and ehe carried a loo bouquet at th
earn Sower.. -'- v .- ' -' .
After th Ceremony at the church a
large reception followed at the hoove ef
Captain and Mr. 0y on Currier atroet.
There the decorations wore m pink rose
and whit hyacinth with aa ertletkj hup.
port of green foliate plant and Wuen-
ansn's ore heat r played an appropriate
progrnea of ajusle throughout th area-
'"Sir- Oar wis assisted tn receiving by
Mr tnmaa Bander and Mrs. Thomu
B. Paine and she was handsomely
gowned In Mck spangled net. Mrs.
Paine waa atriklngly pretty la plok crepe
de chine and Mr. Sander wr a be-
coming gown ot Wblt too embroidered
In sequins. 444. "
Mrs. J. B. Goodhue Entertains
It must be conceded for the palm must
be laid aher merit call tot It that Mra.
John Ooodhus (cored the social tri-
umph of the week In the entertainment
of Houston' debutantes. aaS's th Beau-
inont Enterprise. At high noon PVtday
Mr. Ooonnu stsrted tn gay whirl witn
a lunoheon several of our home girl
having been Invited to thar tn honor
with our sister cliy'i favorite debutante
There were seated about a bsaulltully
laid board tea attrttctlv and very inter-
esting type ot fair maidenhood. . A
everyone knowa Mr. Ooodnue eIh In
the ert of dinner giving. Th reception
suite nd dining room wer especially ef-
lectlve In their decoration ef red earn-
tlnn and fernery. Th table centerpiece
we a cluster of carnations. The plane
carts had quotatlone from Shekearwore
Around th board were Mleee Mary Ab-
bott Christian Florenco Carter Lady
Pearl Ollvwr Kydl Coward Bvelyn Wa.
lis Urant. Cwlng Mohr. Oeorgle Ootid-
tree Oussl Ooodfiue Mra. D. u. Lively
and Mra. W. U Thomas assisted tho
'"Mraaoedhu greeted th'e guests and
Introduced her house party. Th same
floral decorations prevailed for ihs
luncheon and the earn bright and pret-
ty girl chatted with the gueits as they
found their place at the table with
dainty hand-made chamole tie with red
ribbons end the games were scored by
the rtbbone draw through with cro-
cheted bottoms. At th end of the tenth
game It waa found that Mis Motar of
Houston had not lost a ribbon and wa
thu rewarded with a dainty matinee
fan Mle Weill made thet htgheat soar
among th horn girl and received a
handsome opera bag. T each of Ihs
house prty th hotn presented a vary
pretty allver hand mirror.
Mis Genevan's Lawlor entertulued a
'few ftienda Monday evening at th Wee
hotel. Th pariy being au Informal leave
taking ef Mlaa Uwlor and Miss Klrhy
who leave today tor Washington and
New York. Mis Ruth Gibson who hs
been Miss Klrby guest will accompany
Misses Klrby and Lawlor a far as Dal-
las wher th latter will pen th day.
Hard Times Club.
Mia Laura Franklin was the hostest
of Ihe Hard Times club yesterday morn-
ing and entertained nine tables of gaeats.
The prlaee were won. by Mrs K. W.
Franklin who won th sueat prhw; Mll
Minnie Ball the club prlte and Miss
Wo mle Fisher the lone hand.
Sheltering Arms Meeting.
Alt Important meeting of th Sheltering
Arm association of Christ Church will
be held thl afternoon at the parish
house. The annual election of officers
will be held and member are urged to
Miss Bertha Bute wilt entertain Ktiday
evening at 7:30 with a dinner ot twelve
Wednesday Whist Club.
Th Wednesday Whist club will b en-
tertained this afternoon by Mr. Surah
Mr. Leonard McAte Will return home
Thursday after a short visit to Austin
and San Antonio.
Ml Foster ot Crockett Texas who
ha been the guest of Mrs. Ingham
Roberta haa returned to her home.
Mrs T. E. Robert of Shrevepart L.i
arrived last night to Spend the next two
weeka with her sister. Airs. E. J Byres.
Mrs. W. H. Palmer and Miss Daphne
Palmer who have been the guests for
me past montn or Mrs. ninciair lai.a-
ferre Mra. A. P Boot and Mrs. i. Q
Huteneaon have returned heme.
BETTER THAN SPANKING
Spanking doe not cure children ot urine
difficulties. If tt did there would be few
-children that Would do It. There I
MmMtltutlnneJ cans for tlill. afro. M.
Bummers boa ttt Notre Dame lod. will
send her nome irewcmens w any mouier.
She ak no money. Writ her today K
n nhtlriren tmiihlo won In thl war.
Don't blame he chUd. The gbaaaoa are
it cant aeip m
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eice miLl::;q co.
. "l&Xktt GREATEST MILL"
pumont. Ta. Dally csMcfly SVd
earieia rooirh rt'.- I.iueml c .n edvane
a.-t on r 1 eh ri f-r loll n-iMiiitif. Con
iit b I.! mntir-g lu erreji-
bients and eav mui.er. -
CDTTCr.3 PHICC3 t
Cn r M? Il'" CO f1
1 is Lwhu.-iiimJ LUii.wCn tiw
. yad: lu main thit;
AtXMO CITY COMMF.RCUIl COL.
LEO a AND ALAMU CITr BUBtEHn
COLI.EGB. combined largest. School
south.v Other can't Mmpar In sHe-
gawcy nd Completeneea Open U Hi
year. No vacation.. Writ at one tut
catalogue.- Addrea BHAFKR DOW
Baa Anwn i laiaa
l; E. MILLER
Electrical Engineer Annarlcla-
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urjlar Alarm Syatara.
taiO CONGRESS AVENVK.
Ttfe Bcitty jesher will te followed by many.
" other great wellilo the Humble Oil riclt).-
er or ipecalator. Oat pficei ire low'. Bay .
Town Lott at Mnmble 11 Hnmble will loofl
hive several thonianrj popnlatlon and now .
Is the time to either go la business or bay
for ipccnUtion. Call it our office la Com
mcrcial Bank building or it our Humble
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Ws Cs ilOOnE fi CO.; Houston
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; Th Situation
It fin Most Reliable 01 TIME Trail litttt
Houston and San Antonio
SLEEPER OMUf ...... At SiM S. MJ.
LEAVES CENTaAL OEIOT MM9 P. M. '
ARRIVE8 IAN AKTOWIO . . Ts4S A. H.
W mtv ttrwrt hrrirr..)ni main v
ae a a a WHs ww..weai
y OldPhone200 r.tym .j .
)uring this week we will continue our cloCk sale
allowing a discount pi 25 per. cent onall clocks in our estab-41
lishment and we will ajso allow the samediscounf on
j umbrellas for the entire week.
4 Just think of having your choice of all the elegant
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3 ciut.it aiiu uiiiw.iiaa 1VI IVIVII IIIU V-.l Vy HIV ;l
J. J. SVEEIIEY JEIVELRY CO.
. v Corner Main and Congrfsa."
Oil-Well DrilHnjJ Machinery
a r iii wtMsiets Mt si (sim. wm sirs nim t mm u 11 m mrntu um
Eaiwi rf Mt tscJifta am fi t al I fut
AMERICAN WELL WQRI.U70
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The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 309, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 18, 1905, newspaper, January 18, 1905; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth603173/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .