The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1916 Page: 8 of 8
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i'«SE !i(K%!ULS HE!*,,»K!£K. Thur-4-y. Nifflw t,
I V i
YOU CANT PAY TOO MUCH
No matter what you pay tor any of the standard lines we sell you are sure to get your moneys
14' wr,* nkorrfprl van tuipp the nriPP of
noun. *«. »* v v»im« .» v'* ' " * I
Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits for men
Edwin Clapp Shoes for men
Lion Special Hats for men
Hercules All Wool Suits for boys
Maxine Shoes for Ladies
Buster Brown Shoes for Children
It would be cheaper in the long run than other "no name lines, Buy before our stocks are broken
SOUR. ACID STOMACHS,
GASES OR INDIGESTION
Ejick “Pape's Diape?*.n" digests 3COC
gram* food, ending ail stomach
misery in five minutes.
Time it! in 3>v minutes ail stout
ach distress will js\\ No Indigestion.
\ store. You realise in
,'s how ntvdlrss it is to suf-
vligesUou, dyspepsia or any
’isorder. It's the quickest,
d nvst ha; mi,** ,:c. h
During the editor’s absence
from the office one day last week
some good subscriber from the
country left on our desk a freak
egg. It was an extra large hen
egg with a regular-size, perfectly
formed egg inside. We regret
that oar office force tailed to get
the gentleman’s name.
TEXAS COTTON PALACE
EXPOSITION. WACO. NOV.
4-10. EVERY DAY A FEA-
TURE DAY. FIVE POPULAR
LOW RATE excursions via
I. «.<: G. N. Season tickets on sale
daily. “Meet me on the War-
path." See Ticket Agent. I. dc
G. N. Ry. for further particulars.
GENTRY BROS. CIRCUS
HAS TRAINED ANIMALS
Nowhere but in the arena of
Gentry Brothers' Shows, censing
to Rockdah to exhibit Tuesday,
November 14th will one find ele-
phants. camels, dromedaries,
horses ponies, monkey a and degs
working together in big mixed
animal acts. And between the
pachyderms and the beautiful
Gentry collie dogs there is a firm
and touching friendship. When
the biggest elephant in the herd
sinks to its bended knees over
the reclining figure of the small
collie, apparently crushing the
dog flatter than the proverbial
pancake, the canine's tail can be
seen wagging its cheerful confi-
dence ia the big brother perfor-
mer. All of the Gontry animals
are vend tile The elephants
play baseball, serenade on band
instruments and engage in
a wide range of acrobatics and
drills. One of the pachyderms
plays two instruments at once in
the elephant band the alto horn
and the base drum. How ? Easy.
The drum stick used is the pro-
duct of the mother nature. It is
the elephant's tail. This is the
The ladies ot the Cemetery
Association will serve dinner on
Gentry Bros, circus Day, Tues-
day. Nov. 14. in the Simms build-
ing A good dinner for 25c.
Your puronage solicited U
Say, Mr, Farmer, did you kv.ow
that the price of three pounds of
cotton would pay for a shave and
a haircut? Get yours now. This
is the place. Turee Bros. Bur-1
tier Shop. tf
“jumbo" that pitches on the
Gentry Zoo!and nine, an aggre-
gation of the heaviest hitters in
SUFFERED FROM BACKACHE,
TWr .1fr. Editor?—' l wish to toll yvhi
of u rwvut experience l had when sutTenng
boro backache, weak back, rheumatism,
dropsy, atui congretion of the kidneys. I
tried a new medicine, called ‘A nunc,1 |
whi. h haa recently ben ,ILmho rod h\ IV.
IV-r.c, of whose medicines and BurfiotJ
Institution in Buffalo, N. Y.. you have no
doubt hoard for years. Hus medicine
acted upon me in a wonderful manner. 1
never hav e taken any ouxtu-ine >o helpful
in such quick time. I do wish anyone
who needs it would give it a trial.'*
- d) G. B. Hkhk.
Note,—Tf backache, scalding urine or
frequent urination bother or distress you
or it uric acid in the blood has caused rheu-
matism, lumbago, gout, neuralgia or sci-
atica. if you suspect that vou have kidney
or bladder trouble, send 10 cent; to lVx-tor
Bierce, at Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.,
for large trial |v»rkage or at all druggists
in 50-cent jmcltage.
|A LETTER TO FARMERS
Since the fire sve have received lllllpn,. ,unlTrn
a shipment of new goods which f)Y IVf 1NLRVA WRITER
include dressers, 1 ron beds.1
springs, mattresses e t c. We
have also put in a line of new
heaters and ctv>k stoves Our
prices will satisfy you. Gall and
give us a trial.
S4-2tp F. C. MurphreeCo.
OIV2 "SYRUP CF PICS
TO CCNSTIPATED b
iVbc eus T uit L.;\,v. c>*v
tender little Stv t*c i.
Minerva, Oct. 30. — Well, ws j
are still “scrapping” up reni- , ’ '• c **"•
nents of cotton whicn ts bringing
a fancy price. Cottonseed is aiso
a good price but listen, farmer, I
have you saved enough seed to
1 plant vour next year’s crop? Re-
SICK WIFE’S STORY SI R- member.' seed will be “some ,
CRISES ROCKDALE p» ce“ sure enough ?uxt spnug. _
The following has surprised Rock- and Y01 will have to pay dearly *
dale: a business man's wife suffered for them if you have to buv any. I ‘y' ' s
& Do not sell >00 *U. no*.' Ke«p: £:' ^
St »•>«'•<>•• h»w sons* t.U sv.
ONE SIWXI'H. buckthorn bark, over from planting than to unt; tatr.s nr- o-- •
glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka short, it ts NE\ ER economy to, <*reo « **** K'r
relieved her INSTANT! A. Because sell tOO close of anything VOU m.'.V
Adler-i-ka empties Bo m large and ne*d for your own use. Some about it. A short crop n.*v»a
CASE constipation,' sv.u^stomaeh or are going to plant too, price good. A large cwp w
gas and prevents appendicitis, it much cotton, inis is also wrong, surely run the price down. P
QUICKEST action of anything Ten bales ot cotton at 15c will your peas, peanuts, caw
we over sold,
Baldridge Bros.. Orug-
The International Bible Stu-
dents Ass'n will Is.! .i a meeting
at my home North Ackerman St.
Friday night Nov. 3rd, at 7:30
I\ M.. at which time A. J. Eshle-
man of Brooklyn N. Y, will lec-
ture. Any one interested in
Scripture studies, or having a
“hearing ear” will be welco e.
No collections taken.
J. L. Lovin.
Phone 188 forSER- V I C E
bring you far more clear money corn just as if you knew
than 20 bales at 10c. Think care-1 would be 10c or less. Thea
fully about this matter, reason will have something to <si
to feed your stock and nvc i
OHE DOSE RELIEVES
ft G0L0-N0 PINESSSS
T , ... * tor him. you may regret it
r»\c ‘rapt . C- Compound -v.-v two . , . _
hoo S until vou live Us-.n t!:rvo •• th. • COll is high Will Ik' 'SU" ...i
•> “ k • > >.-ut ov..t w o _ovf, ,
ken It |itvmptly opens your eK-csod u;>
nostrils snvl thtr »>r jmssu^os of tho !<o.< ’; stops
twsbf viisvhaijto or noso rutmins; rxlicvos tho
IinJkIm, dullness, frwnsimrss. so :o tUr
win.s, *oteness and »ttt!«css.
fk'n't stay s»ttlTe\!-vtn: yknt Nowttts »<t
snulMtns. kase your throhbttis hr j.l—not hurt
rise it; the world fitves such pron:relict as
"rape's told Compound.** which costs ouN
t* at any dru^ store.
• TUAN. EVER.
The HIGHEST CLASS
■* THOR KIND
^ DiSTlNCTIwY P
i ‘•OW POSITIVELY
------------ J ANIMALS AND
< j SUPER B
I DOWN TOWN
I 6T »M.
atlla. m. Sharp
Only Big Show Coming this Year
next year go ahead arc
your hogs just as if cottoi'
worth 10c instead of 2V.
; course me merchants
cotton. Why do you i.dt
what to raise? Do they
' how to run their business!'
Use your own judgment ana,
and don’t be tooled into your
A large number of our««
tended Mr. Coulter's Uvture
Cameron Sunday evening
Walter Nunley and Carl
were in Rice Sunday evening
Joe Penney and wife wen*
Walter Nunley ami Gar.
were at the “rink' in Kootf
Rev. Wardlow filled his
appointment here Sunday.
John Gore and Walter NaP
were in Cameron shipping
nuts one day lust week.
Owen Clinard and family
I **« »* — l.» -4 L w.idV
x rtuirtvu ici^i i *
Albert Dunham and sons
tv it » . i
mivii jLNUiuey wtrrr m v—
Mr. Andrew Jenkins vt»
the sick list a few days new
Just as we finish our ite^
learn that Brownie Ay coca
badly hurt this morning
. his pony ran away ami tun
i the buggy over on him.
j not learn the particulars bkj
j hone his injuries will not ‘
to E>e serious.
Waiter Nunley and .'oho'
went to Cameron this mof
with a load of sweet p<
Mr. Gore will attend couHi
this week. ScRttUfc
SEVERE BRONCHIAL «1
................. ’ ■ . -
trv>ub?ed with a very apwia
rold, headache*, backache. »0'j "X
my fttomarh. 1 «m k> N»* 1
triftrnu-d and tru'd MMM j
also a docUvr, but did not g« t ,
A friend naked M to try V >►' ,
brv'ught the relief which 1
now l an enjoy lag perfect
Jack C. Sixeixiw.
w> guarantor Vino! for
nougha, «otda and broachiua
Baldridge Bro^. Drugiri»^
date. Also at th# te*^**1
atom Id all T#xaa town#.
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Cooke, John Esten. The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1916, newspaper, November 2, 1916; Rockdale, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth742256/m1/8/: accessed August 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.