The Refugio Review. (Refugio, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, September 14, 1900 Page: 4 of 4
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Three electric light plants are being
built in New York for shipment to
Russia. One is for an American con-
cern at Irkutsk, Siberia; another for
the Siberian mine near Chita, and the
other is for a mine in Manchuria.
Every precinct in Lamar county has
Waxahachie is to have a mutual in-
Local capitalists at Whitesboro will
prospect for oil.
^Kill ask for a part of the La-
Rr road fund.
j^Lci part of the Hill
Heasiint taste. Formula: Quinine, iron, pepsinN
A. cure guaranteed. At all druggists. .Price, 50c*
The average annual total of water
which fails as rain or snow in the
United States is 1407 cubic miles. This
amount of rain would more than twice
fill Lake Ontario. To raise this water
to the clouds from which it fell would
require the work of 500,000,000 horses
working ten hours a day throughout
Ladies Can Wear Shoes.
One size smaller after uslngAllen’s Foot-
Ease, a powder. It makes tight or new
shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot,sweating,
aching feet, ingrowing nails, corns and
bunions. All diu jgusts and Slice sti&fces,
Bare Philijjpine Jewels.
The rarest corals in the world are
to be found in the Philippines. As
precious as this jewel is, there is still
a rarer one, and that is health. It
may be possessed by any one who will
use Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters for
indigestion, dyspepsia, belching, heart-
burn or sleeplessness. Try it.
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have
Bears the i
Charles Robinson accidentally^B
and killed his brother at Eagle Lake
The erection of a fine block of busi-
ness houses has been begun at Corsi-
The Lone Star Club is the name of
•-a new Democratic organization at
A feature of the Labor day parade
at San Antonio was 220 young ladies
Suits aggregating $125,000 were filed
against railroads at Sherman in one
day last week.
Mrs. William Tramp died at the Sealy
: ■■■>■ yr-,;7-y
AVhge table PrcpacalLonfor As-
similating UieFood andReg ma-
ting the Stomachs anlBowels of
There is a plan
Italian parliament for providing the
three southern provinces of Foggia,
Bari and Lecce with water from Ca-
posele, in the Apennines, by building
an aqueduct 162 miles long, with
branches that will bring up the total
length to 860 miles.
ness andRest.Contains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral,
jPumtikm deedm \
Aid Jenna -» 1
J&dWS. &U&- f
AoiseSeed A V.
By usijig Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure
has made a radical cure for me. 1
suffered severely from bleeding piles
seventeen years, and although I tried
every well recommended remedy, failed
to receive any relief other than the
most temporary. Finally I commenced
the use of your medicine, and a very
short course of treatment, with it has
S. LEHMAN, Memphis, Tenn.
Price 50 cents. For sale by all drug-
When Benjamin Constant, the cele-
brated French painter, painted a por-
trait of Leo XII, and presented it to
him, the Pope asked the painter to
name his own present in exchange, M.
Constant requested that the Popr give
him the soutane worn by him during
the religious ceremonies or holy weMx
Always use Russ’ Bleaching Blue,
famous bag blue, one package equals
of any other bag blue.
hospital, Galveston, from an
At the Labor day celebration at Gal- I
veston Congressman Bailey discussed
Arlington, Tarrant county, is to have
three rural postal routes radiating
from it within thirty days.
Senator Culberson has returned to
Dallas. He has been absent since con-
fess convened, in December last.
J. T. Proffit and J. L. Baker have
filed suits at Sherman against the Katy
railroad for $20,000 and $30,009 re-
Dallas is to have a Bible school.
Congressman DeGraffen»eid will
make campaign speeches in Ohio, In-
diana and Illinois.
Dr. E. E. Manifield of Wilmer, Dallas
county, joins the twenty-fifth infantry
as a surgeon at San Francisco and
from there proceed to China.
There are only 120 voters in the
counties of Gaines, Terry, Yoakum
and Andrews. These four counties and
Martin have only one posioffice.
Dick Morris, 17 years old, subject to
epileptic fits, fell in his father’s horse
lotSvliile in the throes of an atack
and was trampled by a horse. He had
another and ran into a building, frac-
turing his skull and. dying shortly.
It’s a case of misdirected
when a young man runs aft<
who doesn’t appreciate him.
Aperfeel Remedy forConstipa
Ron, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
I, ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75c.
Facsimile Signature oF
Keeps both rider and saddle per-
fectly dry in the hardest storms.
.Substitutes will disappoint. Ask for
1:8q7 fish Brand Pommel Slicker—
L is entirely new. If not for sale in
Four town, write for catalogue to
if * si TOWER, Boston, Mass.
The oftener a man fails the greater
the applause when be finally succeeds.
DON’T' LET THE CHILDREN FORGET
THEIR ATLAS IN THE MORNING,"
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEYMC
Best for the Bowel*.
No matter what ails you, headache
to a cancer, ■ you will never get well
until your bowels are put right.
CASCARETS help nature, cure you
without a gripe or pain, produce easy
natural movements, cost you just 10
cents to start getting your health hack.
CASCARETS Candy Cathartic, the
genuine, put up in metal boxes, every
tablet has C. C. C. stamped on it. Be-
in addressing Mrs*
Pinkham you are com*
A woman whose expe-
rlence in treating female
His is greater than that
o f any living person, male
She has fifty thosssand
snots testimonial letters
as w© are constantly pish-
liskmg showing that Lydia
Qompound is daily re-
Hewing hundreds of suf-
Every woman knows
some woman Mrs. Pink-
ham has restored to
Mrs. Pinkham makes
no statements she cannot
prove* Her advice is
Lydia B. Pinkbam
fffGSvB Med. Co., Lynn., Mass.
The time of the Roman occupation
of Britain, five distinct species of dogs
were there, most of which can with
•fo ij__ilAnJ -rrr44-V* fViACD nf
J„y. There were the house
greyhound, the bulldog, the
terrier and the slowtiound.
You Ne!'d 'Pbning
you have let yourself run down. The
best tonic is Wolfe’s Aromatic Schie-
dam Schnapps, unexcelled in all cases
of Malaria, Fever and Ague, Torpid
Liver, general debility, etc. It is the
most suitable medicine for Texass as
in addition to above complaints physi-
cians highly recommend it for Kidnejjj
and Bladder troubles, Chronic Rheui
atism, Dropsy, Cramps, Colic and^
kinds of female diseases. It gives
to the entire system. 3old by dnui
Sawyer’s “Excelsior 11
and Slickers are the best vrati
meats In the world. Madetj*
t .Ttalrt an.l warranted tuA
to Htatid the roughest wojM
Look t’er the
were there, most of which can with
certainty be identified with those of
the present day. h----
dog, the g _
associates have just/drilled in a well I
on the Robinsan lease, five mi.es north
from Corsicana, that besides being a
good oil well is a very strong gas !
F. B. McElroy, to whom the Corsi-
cana city council five months ago
granted a franchise to put in an inde-
pendent telephone system in Corsica-
na, has returned from the east, where
he has been perfecting plans for the
George W. Thach, who had resided
in Milam county since 1856, died at
his home after a brief illness. He
was born in Marion county, Tennessee,
in 1825, and belonged to a pioneer
family who in the latter part of the
eighteenth century pushed westward
from Tennessee and formed the new
cfo-nt Foster that pupils entering the
citY public schools must furnish cer-
tificates of successful vaccination.
T|iose who have not been vaccinated
wiiKbe required to tk> so before en-
C. D^ Fish of Fort Worth was found
beside (the Texoas and Pacific
track fijear Terrell, jts
We luu'-’’ ifo rallied sufficiently to
m’s Eye Water
^ S' W
is beoatisetR^r^^ 1,
flfpr the best in the world. '
y? tteough dis-
ATLAS OATS are sold in two pound
ATLAS OATS are full of life giv-
ing strength, hence health.
ATLi£1? OATS is far more econom-
ical 'thq,n doctors and medicine.
ATLAS OATS contains moreno-ur-
ishment than meat, flour or potatoes.
ATLAS OATS is nature’s own food
. for all her children, grown amid
pure air and sunshine.
ATLAS OATS. A two pound pack-
age contains more strength than 20
loaves of white bread or 3 pounds of
steamea; urey u,v«
UuttJ uavor so desirable.
The Hawaiian , islands
tory of the United States ta terri-
Arizona, New Mexico a^Rme same as
tories of the United\J^\. other ter.rl-
Rico is not such a States. Porto
is under civil ruJ^Territory. The one
der military rjr e and the other un-
ATLAf ^ —----
TV.. UF THE WORLD FREE.
O ne Kansas City Oatmeal and Cereal
.-Ampany, Kansas City, Mo., are giving
^dlas Oats a splfhii'fiU'Liheir brand of
ing 91 colored maps and 97 pages of
reading matter. It is the latest edition
issued and none of our readers should
be without it. Write them today re-
Piso’s Cure for Consumption is
medicine for coughs and colds__N
Ocean Grove, N. j., Feb. 17, 1900.
The Real Worth of Our $3 and
^ VLZ.W of110ur 53 and $3 JO Shoe*
crows are silent
m size, and width, M
%p;.?in.or toe. Our 'M
It isn’t wig.9 to rush the
Will cure any case of Chills ana
Ko Cure, No ray—All Druggists;
AT Lx A S
OF««TH£ - W O R LD
The man who is driven to despera-
tion usually assists in the driving.
Tea Creates’t American Railroads.
Showing the mileage con-
trolled by the principal railroad com-
panies of this country on July, 1900,
has been compiled by the Railway Age.
The ten largest systems are as follows:
New York Central..............10,431)
Chicago and Northwestern...... 8,463
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy 8,001
Southern Railway .............. 7,887
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe.. 7,880
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul 6,437
Union Pacific .................. 5,584
—From the New York Sun.
To have your napkins and table linen
that delicate, clear white so desirable, use
Russ’ Bleaching Blue, the modern bag blue
Don Carlos, king of Portugal, is to
be the guest of Queen Victoria early
next December. Despite the fact that
he rules one of the smallest of king-
doms he has more titles than any liv-
A woman’s mirror will tell her what
none of her friends will.
\ STATE MAPI
Thc K AflC
Ny) Boiling No Cooking
It Stiffens the Goods
It Whitens the Goods
It Polishes the Goods
It makes all garments fresh and crisp
as when first bought new.
Try a Sample Package.
You’ll like it if you try it.
You’ll buy it if you try it.
You’ll use it if you try it.
_ Sold by all Grocers.
Mrs. Winslow’ft Soothing Syrnp.
For children teething, softens the gums, redui
(lamination, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c a i
It requires no experience to dye with
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Simply
boiling your goods in the dye is all
Wise is the young attorney who
peruses old books.
Luxuriant hair with its youthful color assured by
using Parke!;’s Hair Balsam.
HiNDEiiconxs, the best cure for corns. 15cts.
No, Maude, dear, the cannibal who
eats a grass widow could scarcely be
calle-d a vegetarian.
Some men never do anything with
out overdoing it.
A traveling salesman in each southern state;
850 to 1/30 p r month and expenses; experience
not absolutely necessary. For particulars ad-
dress Pcnicks Tobacco Works. Penicks. Va.
This line Atla.s, containing 91 colored maps,
97 pages of reading matter, given away for tick-
ets in every package of Atlas Oats. Just what
you want to keep posted on current events.
Save the blue tickets. Write to us for list of
KANSAS CITY OAT MEAL & CEREAL CO.,
KANSAS CITY, IVSO.
Try Yucatan Chill Tonic (Improved.)
Cures chills, fevers and malaria. Pleasant
to tako. Cure guaranteed. Price 50 cents.
The burglar who breaks into a shoe
store is always after booty.
When some people shake hands their
hand is as cold and motionless as a
dead fish’s taxi
$100.00 IN GOLD
The less a man boasts the more true
worth he possesses.
Are Yon Using Alien’s Foot-Ease?
It is the only cure for Swollen,
Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet,
Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen’s
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into
the shoes. At all Druggists and -Shoe
Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE, t Ad-
dress Allen S, Olmsted, LeRoy, Y.
All the Kentucky Belles chew Kis-Me
Gum. They like it.
M. M. Moore, Clerk City Council, Columbus,
Ga., writes: I have known Teethina (Teeth-
ing Powders) to remove worms when all other
remedies had failed.
For the first Case of Chills and Fever
that Rogers’ Blue Chile Cube will not
curs. The first dose breaks the chills and
three doses will cure. 25e. Guaranteed.
Reform in an airship that is always
on the verge of starting .
Petting is agreeable, but it is a rare
man who can stand it without becom-
An envious person is apt to dispar-
age everything, be it good or bad.
HgigSE W** gpa^ig g gi S | M was firsfc used by Dr. Charles J. Moffett, a graduate
g| f |p| I of Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa., in his
H “■ ^sa E a B H H w " ® extensive and successful treatment of children in Geor-
gia, in overcoming the troubles incident to teething and the hot summers.
Teethina (Teething Powder) counteracts the effect of hot weather and keeps the digestiv®
organs in a healthy condition, and has saved the lives of thousands of children in the doctor’s
native state, where physicians prescribe and all mothers give it, and it is criminal in mothers of
of our section to allow their babes and little children tb suffer 1 BLH Sk
and perhaps die when relief can be so easily obtained by giving I Sm Baa 1 ®B 1
Casts 25 cents at Druggists, or mail 25c to C. J. IVSOFFETT, M. D„ St. Louis, Mo.
The Best Prescription for Chill*
and Fever is a bottle of Gkove's Tasteless
Chile Tonic. It is simply lion and quinine in
a tasteless form. No cure—no pay. Price, 50c.
Try Yucatan Chill Tonic (Improved.)
Superior to all the so-called tasteless tonic®;
■acceptable to the most delicate stomach.
IPl-icO 50 cents.
A crusty old bachelor says that when
a cow cap climb a ladder one may ex-
pect to find wisdom in women.
UseCertainChsHCure, Price, 50c.
The pensive maiden sometimes be-
comes an expensive wife.
W. N. u. HOUSTON. NO. 37. 1900
When Answering Advertisements Kindly
Mention This Paper.
gj BUSES mm ALL ELSE FAILS.
Gough Syrnp. T&stea Qood»
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Autry, J. D. The Refugio Review. (Refugio, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, September 14, 1900, newspaper, September 14, 1900; Refugio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth849047/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dennis M. O’Connor Public Library.