The Panola Watchman. (Carthage, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 22, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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Aubry Finds o| the eesi side
Wl* h»h> a few diy» la*t veel<
Don’t f^et^llDotier it Now-
man's big sale is now going on.
W. M, Bailsw and Wife, of
Fntrplsy, Wsreln the city Friday.
Mr. Bill** his traveled tn Okla-
homa, Tnnessee, Mlslselppi and
Alabama irt the pant few Week*
Ihd h® reports * very short cot*
tatt drop wherever he has been.
Allegretto candle* me the
beat. For sal* at O. ft. Jone*’
Mr*. J. ft Muht, or Banal* and
Mike Fmma Hunt* of Logan* port,
Visited Relatives here lent week
tint youFwlttVek woofwhlln itn
cheap. 60 cent* a load at Whit*
ney's saw mill,
t Will have a atoclTbl fh*eworki,
fruits, eihdiea and nuts foe the
Christmas trade, Stand near
First National Bank.
23*tt. Jim Woodall.
Mrs. M, N. Nelson look her
dhlldren to Poet Woeth last week
to hate ah opeeatlon performed
Carry your shoe* to oillanpie
lot repairs and sate money these
hard times. *#<
Mrs. S. M. Wallace amldaugh
tee, Miss Coes, of Landmark
took ths train here Friday for
Mslakeoff, Texa*. where they
Will visit relatives.
We pay tire Highest market
price for hides, Don't sell with
out seeing us. Cox <r donee, at
J. fi. Bolder of Longbranch
called at our office Thursday.
Carry your shoes to Olllasple
for repairs and sate money these
hard times. 23.
f. J, Wooten dropped In on us
for a few minutes Friday.
address of the heirs
____iom«s Bristow. Bis address
was Csrthage, Texas, in 1866.
Small reeotery can probably be
Bartey Spalding A Sons,
Washington, D. c.
Let Wagea WTtSb*
One log wagon adapted to
moles, has been run only two
months, same as new. Will sell
ebeap. Apply to
F. C. all/som,
23*21. Carthage, Tex.
Net. d. W. Stone, of Sugar
Bill, exiled on the V/mchMas
Miss fcihl® CsdWetl tatumrdj ftwt ft. Lmi V.kptttkl.
Friday m>m a visit to hem® folk*; Th® M. K. and T. special that
at Oartftoh, went over th® Windy motd last
A& Wim. I Wednesday ittraoted
Oil-wH* Made- amwiuwwdhy able attention, ft *>t « ■(,
a -uteiuLf pipe bnt the Cfl four private cars and care et tin
PVWVK oraci.UoMh.Jbit M._i. Wm*
fi>K bit, end itn mission |* to Were on board, F. V Fiuhy,
pun t|'in sprain*, rtits, burns, brul ' chairmatkof the bonr t of itir« o -
,ilk®* end pain* and It dots it ,ONs c.PM. Hou*e, |>rt**ld»nt,
»Hix or tarn fine candy C. Bale, Waffle manager, .1. A.
Just received at 0. K. Joneel'rup tl agwttt®n, general rt ninsol end
stare. ____ _____ __ | Mr. St. John, unpltalbt, Lies
I. T. Thompson*!® moving hb; Moines. It made the trip from
saw mill across tron ® bayou LongVlsw to Tlmp^on In two
Mr®. F. b. ttoqnemore, of be* Don't forget that Butler A Bow-
Berry, who has been the guest of | manvs big ski® is now going om
aughier, Mrs. John Hull,
went to lAngview Sunday.
where he hss a body of timber.
Three nrst-claes logging mules
ohesp for cssh.
B. T. CHAHiocbs,
20-tf. Carthage, Tex.
Bid. W. Jk Fears of ths Christian
church passed through the.cliy
Saturday enroute to hold a meet*
tng in Uregg county.
Nice barbecued meats every
Saturday, call and get some of
it st Appling s market.
T. to. Boren left Saturday for
Del Bio to visit his son, br.
Lawrence Boren ahd expects io
be absent ten days. Be Will also
take In the 8ah Antonio Fair.
A freBh shlpmentof Allegreltl's
famous candle* just received at
Jones Drug store. '
Hx-County Commissioner C.
C. Johnson of beadwood was in
town last Wednesday,
At Cost—My entire line of la*
dies hats and millinery goods. If
you need a hat here Is your
chance for a bargain.
l)rs. Jim Parker and fed De-
Berry of Woods were here last
Wednesday. The little birds are
whispering some nice things that
hours and forty minutes. Con-
siderable speculation i* being in-
dulged In by our p»' p|.» a* to the
significance of the moidt-t t.
A sad tteaih.
It Is with sadness that we are
this week called oh to annmtnce
the death of Walter Bays' who
parsed to the great beyond at the
home of his parents near Bays-
land Friday evening. Be had
been In bad health for some time
but being an Industrious young
man persisted In helping in ths
work about the farm. Oh Friday
morning he went to the field with
his brother and father to assist in
gathering corn when he fell
seised with convulsions. Be wsb
carried io the house but continu-
ed to grow- worse until 3 o’clock
In the evening when death reliev-
ed him of his suffering. Me was n
sober, exemplary and pious young
man, having been a member of
good standing in the Baptist
church for several years and Had
reached the age of 27, The re-
mains were Interred at the Fite
grave yard on Saturday evening
at 2 o'clock.
The WAtchkAM extends Its
deep and siheefe sympathy to the
bereaved members of the family
In this sad affliction.
Fsq. John Needham and Olles
Is soon to come over the life and BuweH, of Woods, attended the
fortunes of the former.
The Bon Ton Neetaurant le the
place for first-class meals, fresh
oynteri, chill and all good things
to eat, Everything neat, clean
and In city style.
J, i. *ah aAkht, Prop.
Buy your school supplies at
W. T. Alston's. Be has a splen-
Two cows and calves for sale
chhap, or will trade for corn,
syrup or wood.
A. (3. Brook.
Mrs. John Lthemdge and chil-
dren visited Ed Ntheradge and
family Saturday and Sunday
C. M. Nutt of Oary was a
ygiMfr. f. yj; <X SuWmZZ*
Sock for the season, oflfiua Saturday.__
Ltotb Tnowrsott. Wounds, Srnisw* and Burns.
Prof. Malcum Shaw of Fair-
play was in town Saturday.
Just before going to press we
learn of the death of Aunt
Marlah Anderson which took
place on Sunday night at her
home 6 miles south of town. She
was an old timer and was In her
84 year. We will have something
to say of her life in our next
Sells Mom of Chamberlain's Cough
Itemedv than of All Others Pat
Mr. thos. Oro*|p*, S merchant st
Mt. Elgin,Ontario, says: “1 hare had
the local ngenoy for (Tmmlterlwin’s
mUch of H ns l do of sit other line* I
have on my shelves pht together. Of
the many downs sold under gnntnti-
tee, 1 have uot had Ok® bottle return-
ed. I o®n personally recommend this
medicine ns I have u*ed it mrtelf ami
given it to my children and always
with the bast results.’*
Bold by 0. fe. Johes.
lentilTt IT. YNONMON,
IWrBlr: A big mitt-owner,
Bpsrtansburg,B. 0, wanted 6,000. . , . .uuaHu.
2,llo,, p.lnl, .nd bylp""*1' '“"J
got a ‘Mead-Shd-tlnc^ paint? but
the lead whs sulphate of lend, hot
carbonate. Sulphate costs about
half; and covers about half.
That phlkt was adulterated
about Six times as much as the
5 eshks paid tor. tt® “saved^
6 cental and It cost him 30.
Oh no? it cost him mote than
that; we rorgbt the labor. Can't
work it out exactly ? don't know
how iohg It'll wear.
Short-measure besides; that
alone was twice as much as his
“saving” 6 cents.
it Was thin, too; some loss
therej don't know how much.
there was too much dryer in
it. The maker made something
on that! he didn't.
faking It altogether, he didn't
make much by that A cents.
Ou by the name: and the name
is Devoe lesd-and-Kinc.
P.W bevne A Co
49 New York
That Handsome new iron fence
around the court hou^e gives the
public square e better Appear-
ahbC. The fence was furnished
by the Champion Fence Co. of
kentoh, Ohio, through M. L.
Crenshaw, their agent for Fast
biliousness and Jaundice
Arise from a disordered work lag of
the system producing the Idle.
Browns' Ihrh Bitters contain no In-
gredients, which while entirely harm-
less regulate the formation of the
bile and one or two bottles will carry
off the superfluity of bile contained
in the blood in jaundice.
Bilious people should Use Browns’
trou Bitters as soou As an attack is
felt coming on, as It will act at once
on the liver which Is the seat of
Sold bv O. F. Jones.
You can depend on Ayer’s
Bair Vigor to restart color w
your gray hair, every time.
Follow directions end it never
falls to do this work. It stops
great satisfaction In khowing
you are not going to be disap-
pointed. Isn't that soP
Uy applying an antiseptic dressing
*1 to wminds, bruises, burns and like
Nichard McCurdy of fhe Mu
tual Lff® has kindly consented to: before inflammation sets In,
serve the policy holders for a they mat Is* healed without mature
salary of 675,(106 Instead of gffiO,- poo and In about one third the time
OWL Truly this Is magnanimous, required by the old treatment. This
Is the greatest discovery and triumph
do to Fairs Drug store for
your pure unfermented grape
Correspondents will persist in
sending In their communications
without signing their names. If
they are consigned to the waste-
haskrt they have themselves
alone to blame.
In our publication of the coun-
ty court proceedings last week
in the cases of State vs Tommie
Noberson, Jake flelk, Cleveland
^ Disastrous Fire,
Fatly Thursday morning fire
broke out Ih the little town of
Joaquin and had made Stlch
headway when discovered that It
could hot be subdued until the
greater part of the business por-
tion of the town was destroyed.
The losses while partly secur-
ed by Insurance are said to be
Post Master Staples of Dead-
wood was here attending county
court Tuesday. Be Is very en-
thusiastic ns to the future of
Dead wood. He says they now
have three stores with a pros-
pect of the fourth with three new
residences In course of construc-
tion with a prospect for a fourth.
II. C. LaOrone Is also putting up
a saw mill.
A letter from .Mrs. M. N. Nel-
son to h®r husband brings ths
Intelligence that Dr. Boyd of Ft.
Worth performed a successful
operation on the throat of their
youngest son on Saturday eve-
ning and that the little one was
getting along alright.
county Court Proceeding*.
County court resumed business
last Thursday and disposed of
the following cases:
L. C. Pruitt vs W, H. Oriffin
and F. VanSickle—Judgment by
default for amount of note. Inter-
est, and attorney’s fees.
For good meals and short orders
Well cooked at moderate prices,
call at Mrs. Battle Briggs’ res-
taurant in ths Oden building oh
the southeast corner of squsrs.
Mm. Lizzie Moltsclaw* post-
mistress at Tatum, was the gUSSt
of Mrs. Annie Pool Monday.
Miss Bessie Long and several
of her pupils, of Clayton, attend-
ed the Campbell Bros, big silo#
Berman Boss Is still very lo#
with the chances for his recovery
very much In doubt.
Kev. C. A. Tower of Timpaoh
will preach at the Methodist
church on Wednesday night the
Miss Alice Matthews and Mr.
f). Filler, of Murvaul wore mar-
ried on Monday evening at 6
o’clock by Rev. Pate ntthe Meth-
The WAtoHMAN extends con-
gratulations and sincerely hopes
that their married life may be a
long, prosperous and happy one.
_Jjhtio Fall's* Drug Store for hot
Dr. A. 8. Wait was called to
Beckville last Sunday to see F,
T. Crawford who Is seriously ill.
The WAtcflMAK regrets to an-
nounce that Mrs. W. R. Jones is
tery low and not expected to
live. On this account, ML Jones
cannot attend to his duties in ^
C. C. Johnson and family and
Arthur Alexander represented
Deadwood st the big show ot»
Rev. W. A. Reagan returned
A. A. Patteraon vs Texas and from the Psptist convention at
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plied l(, snefi injuries, raiiss* them fo: should have read ®L6b, the error thm for new trial overruled.
D, E. Christian is headquar-
ters for Saddles and Harness
and flrst-classshoe work. We
have a first-class workman
and do all kinds of Saddle,
Harness and Shoe work, all
Buggies at lowest prices.
Give me a caff; your time will
not he lost.
Yours for business.
heal very quickly f< also allay* the. having escaped the critical eye ®y-nk Lawson la another great W. F. Young, orf Henderson,
not to mention the inermvenienee; f ptarwts. Wifi pay 81 per; buying(#.*•/those Russian Cos- .fudge A. J. Booty, of Port
and suffering soeh injuries entail. | (hem. So bring them j ®*ck horses and is very proud of Worth, is in the city on profes-
Dewift Barrel. the animal, , aional business.
Information Wanted 1 in.
O. W. Hall died on November t
1 6th, three miles North of Beek-
» ville. At the time of his death he
,2 had with him a little daughter fv1
| year* old. who is now being cared
i for by Uncle Smith Fite who
| lives I miles north of Carthage.
I He also had a son, O. Hall, who
1 was about P.ronsdn on or about
I May lfhh but later, it is under- i
■itood, went to some mill near
I Center. Ineffectual efforts have!
| bwen made to eommoieate with'-
him and we have been asked to
publish this notice. Me is want-
ed by his tittle sinter who is
among friends but wants to be
with her brother.
Center and Bronson papers will
A solid tratn load of eight cars
of cattle was shipped out from
more, making eleven during the
THE OLD HOMESTEAD
FLOUR: Best in the wrrrkl, made of choicest quality of wheat,
Manufactured h> Burrus Mill & Elevator Co„ Eort Worth and SOLO,
and GUAHAMTEED By
L. F. BOYNTON,
Is to ).:\\
, that in
' ta®y ®f
Would be I
to have s |
statue of |
then it we |
•nd we wotl
should be kl
. In the one
I palgn of Nl
1 tag of the I
Yes War, I
burn, kill a|
i where Sherlc
to carry Its rJ
The fertile plj
I Which 8hcrm]
it. i®a“ could tel
North by the |
upofr Jur ch
qtaly upon cf
Gen. Lee i«
to his army at
he made war
forces of (he
hot upon defer|
this order was I
Oen. L'-e soug*
war upon the I
gate the horrorj
orach upon wh*]
how much “hell
'‘AH dogs four
So reads a ptoc
i OMtyorof Nsoof
I Moody measure
efty dogs have r|
I any authority )|
I about Carthage
lenforce ouch A
a Gods r.l---ir|
r* of this t< -j
week than arj
the star of it.I
* streets the dc
the bogs snj
At th** rrmminj
14* Dallas J
>.600 va- rai
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Collins, Jasper & Carswell, O. P. The Panola Watchman. (Carthage, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 22, 1905, newspaper, November 22, 1905; Carthage, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth898625/m1/2/: accessed August 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sammy Brown Library.