The Sulphur Springs Gazette. (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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THE SULPHUR SPRINGS GAZETTE. SEPTEMBER 24. 1909.
The HALL-MARK of GOOD CLOTHING
. IS FITl
OUR SUITS are good suits through and
through. The coats set well around and
retain their shape; the trousers have the
proper hang; the vest fits correctly. We
have perfect suits to fit any man, and will
be glad to show you how well clothes can
can be made when talent shapes the cloth.
Thoroughbred Hats. King Quality Shoes.
New Shirts, New Ties.
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CARHARTT’S Overalls and Gloves
««WE SELL, *EM FOR LESS”
Win. Lemon Clothing Co.
EAST SIDE SQUARE.
four Bane II yea. went your conmun-
prtatetf. We mast knew the name* ol
rs. U your name Is not signed
Ts promptly consigned to onr waste
,™--, Tex., Sept. 20.-No sick-
jm to report this week.
M*. end Mrs. J. O. Smith of Crush,
were visiting B. P. Willinms and wife
Frank Williams has a badly sprain-
ed ankle, which will prevent him
ils^Krom working for several days.
There was preaching at Man n Hill
Sunday by Bro. Copeland.
If weather conditio ha are favorable,
ootton will soon be picked oat in oar
The school house at Brinker baa
been recovered. Prof. Ward and hia
daughter will teach the school
DocThreatt has bought the Boss
place, at Brinker, end will move on it
„' f; V;;
We are very sorry to learn of the
serious illness of Mr. Bad Mossey,
of Mahoney, bat hope for him e
speedy recovery. Ben.
Oakland, Tex., Sept. 19.—As it has
been sometime since yon have had
any news from this part of the coun-
try, will try to give yon a few items
The writer has been sick for the
peat four weeks and is still unable to
walk a step, although, am some bet-
ter at this writing.
Mrs. Will Beed is very low, and
not expected to live but a few honn.
Oar gin man, W. J. Davis, closed
biagin over a week ago, on acconnt
of vriater. Everything is very dry.
B. O. Davis and wife went to Com-
merce Saturday, to see their cousins,
i||§L.' Prim and wife.
Mr. Herman happened to a very
pafnfnl aoeidend last Saturday. He
went to water bis horse and it jerked
him oat of the bagy and fractured his
hip bpne. He is resting very well
' Dave Moreland and wife went to
Health and Beauty Aid.
Cosmetics and lotions will not clear
your complexion of pimples and
blotches like Foley's Orino Laxative,
for indigestion, stomach and liver
trouble and habitual constipation.
Cleanses the system and is pleasant
to take. Askew & Buford.
Green Pond, Tex., Sept. 14.—Every-
one is enjoying the nice rain that fell
The crops of this part of the coun-
try Will soon be gathered.
Mrs. J. F. Barnes is suffering from a
fall, bat not dangerously.
Mr. Tom Barnes moved to Como
Health of the community is good at
this writing, with the exception of
Tom Bernes' baby, who is thought to
be some better.
Some of the young people of this
place attended chnrch at Starr Bidge
There was singing at J. P. Bowen’s
Sunday night. »
Carl Tarns and wife spent from
Saturday until Sunday in Sulphur
Singing at this place was well at-
Homer Beville was in our midst
Some of the young people of Beily
Springs attended singing here Sun-
We were sorry to hear the sad
news of Mrs. W. W. Williamson
drowning in Elberta Lake.
There is Sunday school at this
place every Sunday. Tulip.
Cures Blood, Skin Diseases,
If your blood Is impure, thin, di-
seased, hot or fall of humors, if you
have blood poisn, cancer, carbuncles,
eating sores, scrofala, eczema, itch-
ing, risings and bnmps, swellings or
anperating sores, scabby, pimply
skin, ulcers, bone pains, catarrh,
rheumatism, or any blood or skin
disease, take Botanic Blood Balm
(B. B. Bo Soon all sores heal, aches
and pains stop and the blood is made
pure and rich. Druggists or by ex-
press $1 per large bottle. B. B. B. is
especially advised for chronic, deep-
seated cases of blood or skin diseases,
as it cures after all else fails. Sold in
Sulphur Springs, Tex., by W. M.
Walker. Call or write.
Fourth Annual Statu Fair
NOVEMBER 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 AND 6, 1909
The Great Agricultural and Livestock Fair
DAN PATCH AND MINOR HEIR RACE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2d
EVERY DAY IS A BIG DAY
FREE DAY FOR 88*“ NOV. 1st
EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAILROADS
WRITE FOR CITIUM
LOUIS R. BRUEG8ERH0FF, Sucrufiry
Paint Rock. Tex., Sept. 20.—Health
is very good at this writing.
Ootton picking is the order of the
Messrs. Les Cawthron, Milby Picb-
ett. Albert Morris and Bob Tatom
left Sunday for the black land to pick
Mr. Ben Hill of Sherley, attended
prayer meeting at this place Sunday
Payne and Henry Lee Fleming are
picking cotton for Mr. Williams at
Davis, this week.
Miss Bailie Banmann, Etta Blalock
and Annt Mary, were in yonr city
Mr. Bob Tatom Is prepairing to
build a new barn on the old Wiler
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Tatom are re-
joicing over the arrival of a fine, big
Since I last wrote, the wedding bells
have been ringing. Sunday morning
—a week ago—Mr. Ike Williams and
Miss Serena Stewart were married in
your city, at the court honse. We
congratulate this young man for
winning this lovely girl for his bride.
She is a good girl and was loved by
all who knew her.
Mr. Boger Baumann is attending
school in yonr city.
There will be preaching at this
place Sunday, by Bro. Sooter.
Testifies After four Years.
Carlisle Center, N. Y., G. B. Bur-
hans, writes: “About four years ago
I wrote you that I had been entirely
cured of kidney trouble by taking two
bottles of Foley’s Kidney Bemedy,
and after fonr years I am again pleas-
ed to state that I have never had any
return of those symptoms, and I am
evidently cared to stay cured.” Fol-
ey's Kidney Bemedy will do the same
for you. Askew & Buford.
Detroit Coat Oil and
No wick to bother, no heat, never
out of fix, always ready, quick meal,
the burners generate their own ^ls.
Just the thing for the hot weaker.
Makes cooking a pleasure instead of
a drudge. Come in and see them.
1 - A
S - WM
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall’s Ca-
tarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & O., Toledo, CO.
We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly
honorable in all business transactions, and finan-
cially able to carry out any obligations made by
his firm Walding Kinnan & Marvin
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting
directly u|.on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free. Priced 75c per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation
Union, Tex., Sept. 21.—Health of
this community is very good.
Picking cotton is the order of the
We had a nice rain last week which
will help sweet potatoes and fall Irish
potatoes and turnips, and will also
oaase ribbon-cane to matnre.
Bro. Bose, of Beily Springs, filled
his regular appointment at this place
Sunday. The nsnal Bible and Sunday
school class meets here every Lord’s
Day, and everybody is invited to take
part with us.
Bev. Jackson, of Oomo, will fill his
regular appointment here the first
Sunday in October, and everybody is
invited to come and hear him.
Misses Maupe and Avis Grump vis-
ited Miss Ethel Formby Sunday.
Ewell Seymour and John Fox at-
tended preaching at Arbala Sunday
Saccess to the Gazette and its read-
ers. O. I. 0.
Halls Texas Wonder.
Sulphur Springs, Texas. I have
sold Halls Texas Wonder for the cure
of kidney, bladder and rheumatic
trouble for a number of years and I
recommend it to be one of the best
medicines I have ever sold. 60 days
treatment for $1.00. .
Walker’s Drug Store.
See Us For
Buggies, Saddles and Harness!
JNO. D. RAY
ing as nsnal every third Sunday, and
everybody is cordially invited to at-
Messrs. Dennis Hicks, Freeman
Garry, Edgar Palmer, Baymond Hicks
and Misses Maggie Mark, Lorine
Hicks, Bessie Growder and Lnkie and
Dora Gurry attended singing at Starr
Bidge Sunday afternoon.
Jessie Mark, of Gomo, visited his
parents here Snnday.
A. W. Mark, who has been in Kan-
sas for some time, came home last
Friday, accompanied by his brother,
Marion Mark. Bill.
Flora, Tex., Sept. 21.—Health of
onr community is very good.
Bev. John A. Stephens filled the
pulpit Saturday night, Snnday and
Walter Nelson was in pnr comma
Several from Nelta and Birthright
attended church here Saturday night
and Suqday night.
Garry Spears and Jones Armstrong
returned home Saturday and left
Lewis Bainer of Nelta, was in our
community Snnday. x
Several from here attended the box
sapper at Saltillo Saturday night.
Perry Flippin returned from Com-
merce last Thursday, and stayed long
enongh to sell his mule.
, Picking cotton is the order of the
Several from this place took cotton
to Sulphur Springs to sell today.
A Narrow Escape.
Edgar N. Bayliss, a merchant of
Bobinsonville, Del., wrote: “About
two years ago I was thin and sick,
and coughed all the time and if I did
not have consumption, it was near to
it. I commenced using Foley’s Honey
and Tar, and it stopped my congh,
and I ath now entirely well, and have
gained twenty-eight ponnds, all due
to the good results from taking Foley’s
Honey and Tar.” Askew & Buford.
Forest Aoademy, Tex., Sept. 20.—
Bro. Smith preached an excellent ser-
mon here Sunday, which was highly
enjoyed by a large andienoe. Preach
Tira, Tex., Sept. 20.—We certainly
need rain in this part of the country.
Most everybody has to haul water.
‘ The farmers will soon have their
There was singing here Sunday af-
ternoon. We will meet again Satur-
day night, also 8unday afternoon at
3:30. Let everyone, both old and
young, take a part and help Prof.
McCalester make this the best of
Miss Junell, of Sulphur Springs,
visited here Saturday night and Snn-
Miss Jewel Chapman and Tye Chap-
man' are attending school at Sulphnr
Dave Armistead and Clifford Logs-
don were at Nelta Sunday afternoon.
Seth Angier, Whitten Bawson and
Ayrie Vaden, of Addran, were in our
midst Sunday afternoon.
Ch'as. Adams and wife and daugh-
ter, Miss Ida, are visiting the family
of E. O. Johns.
Several of our young men went to
There was preaching here Sunday
by Bev. Sanders. Millib.
Martin Springs, Texas, Sept. 19.—
It looks very much like rain tonight.
We have had a good rain here since
my last letter.
People are gathering their cotton in
a rash, but it wont last long. Some
are gathering corn.
Preaching last Saturday and Sun-
day by B. W. Lowery, and at 3 o’clock
Sunday afternoon there was baptising
at Mr. Gilbreath’B pool. Bro. Lowery
will preaoh for us another year.
This writer had the pleasure of
hearing Bro. A. A. Duncan at Sulphur
NOW ON STRIKE
Millions of Stomachs Refuse to
do Their Work Properly. ;
All over this broad land millions,of
stomach owners are being held in hu-
miliating subjection jnst because they
are so stubborn that they will not ac-
cept a fair, square and broad minded
Life is short for all of us; it will be
shorter for those who let their stom-
achs go from bad to worse. /
W. M. Walker has a famous pre-
scription called Mi* o-na, and he be-
lieves so thoroughly in its remarkable
curative powers that he says to every
owner of a distressed stomach that he
will guarantee Mi-o-na tablets to care
acute or chronic indigestion and all
stomach ailments, or money back, and
the price is only 60 cents a box.
And still there are stubborn people
right in Sulphnr Springs who won’t
accept this offer, bat continue to suf-
fer from gas on stomach, belching or
sour food, stomach pains, fool breath, *
dizziness, biliousness and headaches,
just because—just because—that’s aDf
there is no other reason.
Mi-o-na tablets stop dyspeptic
agony in five minutes; they cure ob-
stinate cases of indigestion, and-turn HP
the old stomach into a new one in *
few weeks, or money back.
Cures catarrh or money back,
breathe it in. Complete outfit./
inhaler $L Extra bottles 60cl Druggists!
Springs last Sunday and we think he
is a fine preacher.
Frank Phillips and wife of Hico
came in last Saturday night for a visit
to D. 0. Houston and family.
Earnest Palmer left a few days age
for Dallas, where he will make his
Miss Myrtle Bently and Mrs. Fannie
Bently went te Commerce last Satur-
day. Miss Myrtle will enter school
P. P. Bradin is now with the Big 4
Store in Sulphur Springs, and is ready
to welcome ail.
B. F. Otts had a good ran at the gin
O. W. Parsley and Bad Baxley of
Sewell’s Store have rented the Green
place in this community.
Mrs. Works, of Tennesee, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Smith, in this community, died very
suddenly week before last. She was
fixing to start home when death over-
took her. Mr. Smith had pat her
trank in the wagon and went back in
the house and found her dead.
G. H. B.
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Fanning, R. W. The Sulphur Springs Gazette. (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1909, newspaper, September 24, 1909; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth817670/m1/4/: accessed December 9, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.