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IF YOU WANT TO BUY, LET Mn KNOW.
IF YOU WANT TO SELL, LET W KNOW.
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW MONEY, LET ME KNOW.
1 KNOW HOW.
The Land Rflan
THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN IT IS A LUXURY TO
COOK WITH GAS
President Helps Orphans.
Hundreds of orphans hae been
lielpcd by the President ot the Indus
trial nud Orphin'a Home at MacoD,
Ga. who writes:. ."Wo h.ne usel
Electric Ultters In this Institution
for nine joats It has proved a most
exeollcnt medicine for Stomach, LU
er nud Kldnei troubles Wp regard
It n.. n,,n of tho Lest f-imllv meditlnes
en earth ' It Imlgoratcs all villi or
gans, purines tno mood, aiua uigeo
in, creates nipotite To strengtheu
,1 build ui) pale, thiu, weaK cuiimea
or rundown people It has no equal
Uest lor fema'e couip alms Only G0-
it all druggists
Give Home Preference.
Why send oil to lno your Summor
clothes mndo when jou can got tlit-u
roado right 1 ere at homo l Trtil
Dlorcks Just as cheap and )ou en
boo them whl'o thej aro bolng maJ
and thoro Is no chance of jour sint
being niado s rong or out of ctylo.
"I had a mishap at the age of 41, which left me In bad
fix," writes Mrs. Georgia Usher, of Conycrs, Ga.
"I was unconscious for three days, and after that I
would have fainting spells, dizziness, nervousness, sick
headache, heart palpitation and many strange feelings.
"1 suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of
life and had 3 doctors, but tiiey did no good, so I concluded
to fry Cardui.
OlIllU lUnillH U1UUI(
all my housework,"
The Woman's Tonic
Do not allow yourself to get Into a bad fix. Vou might
get in so bad you would find it hard to get out
Better take Cardui while there is time, while you are
still in moderately good health, just to conserve your strength
n,l t-nnn triiii Iii tin inn condition.
In tliis way your troubles, whatever tiiey are, will grad- B
ualiy grow smaller instead of larger you will be on the S.
up-grade Instead of the down and by and bye you will
amve UI UlU IIUIUl JJUlt ui
Get a bottle at your druggists' today.
C. M. Christopher
?C .ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR.
'4 Catry lull lino of all kinds
X niectrlcal floo3s.
' 277 West I.ee Street
$ , First Door West ot Arvln't
J - Drug Stor.
. ' Dotli Phonos 108
jf 6ANITARY MEAT MARKET
285 West Lee Street
Both rbonea W
I.,,.. M4B. VnJ
Saved From Awful Peril.
"I noer folt so near my grao '
writes Lewis Chamblln, ot Manches
ter, Ohio. It 11 No 3 "as when a
frightful cough and lung trouble pull
ed mo donn to 11G pounds In splto of
trinj reinedloB and tho best doctors
And that l am aino todaj is du
so'cly to ui King's Now Dlscocry
' tomp ett y cured mo
uoUh ICO pounds nud can work hara
11 alMj cuictl my four children of
(.roup." Infallible for Coughs and
( u ds, its tho most certain remcii)
for LaGrlppe, Asthma, desperate lutis
troublo and all bronchial riffcctlom,,
DOc and $1 00. A trln1 bottlo frte
Guaranteed bv all duipglstB
Wont Need a Ciutoh
Uhen CditT J I. Sossmnh, of Cor
nollus, N 0 , bruised his leg bndly,
11 st.irtid an uglj sore Muny anlvea
and ointments proied worthless
rii n Uucklon'a Arnica Stive henli d
It thoroiithh Nothing Is so prompt
and euro for Ulce-iR, Hulls, Ilurn
1'rulhi.s, Cuts, Corns. Sorts, Pimples
Tccma or Piles 25c at all druggists
I OW lVI MVMVt 1M VUU V
.hh.i v .... a
Dig Cat Pish Lunch 15c jjj
Ulejclcan CtUU Mo
rrtneli Dripped CoBeo 60
South Side Le Street,
Half htock from M, 1C & T.
Mis. Carrie Meyer
n. i. Irnn -iir- nnilr.nl nnrilinn TWuV "
Dy BENJAMIN L. TUQCCR
Copyright 1M0, by American Tresi
1 was rldltiR one dty ot n roid In
nlint wns then u ttrrllory ot the Unit
ed Stittos In an unfrequented roglou
I lelongid to tho country, though not
to that pirtlculnr pirt of It, and was
dirsicil In die costume In ogm there
-nainelj, a uooUn shirt and trousers
blph hoots and sorulin.ro llenrtng th
gallop of Horses behind me, I tuincd
and saw two men coming Iini.li mnti
rode u horse and led auother
1 thought nothing oftlie matter till
they came close behind me, when 1
lunrd n rough olce shout:
' Ilnntls up, Btmngerl"
I knew inough of the practices of
the country to understand that If I
didn't drop my bridle nln nud Blimp
both hands up over mj hind I would
get n bullet In mo My ronhcr was
nt niv hip, but to draw It would be
pure death One of tho men lode In
niUnncu of mo and kept me cmcml
while the other otilerul me to ills
mount and gho up my rerohcr I did
so, anil, taking mi horse In tow, he
left me (he horse he had biui leading
ind togellu-r thej rude on rnpldlj
It was an hour after this that I
heard other horses, and si oral men
rami' up to me mid surrounded me One
of them recognized In the liorp 1 rode
his property I told him the story o'
how I tiad lotue Into possession of It
but lie mild I might spire nijsilf such
yutir- ns tint, and I was tikin link to
the luarest town und thrown Into jail,
I'lillV'ul with liore slenllng
'llio Jill consisted of the second story
ot it small lirlik huusp, the windows of
wliu.li had been (lttiil wllh bars 1
was put Into one ot these rooms The
li per part of the ilounlso was barred
to tint the Jailer could see n prisoner
without opening the door. I knew It
would onlj be while the man who had
lost his horse could get together au
Impiovlstd court before I would be
irlnl and If I couldn't proe 1 wasn't
a horso thief I would be hanged lie
Ing n string! r tin re. I didn't see how
I could furnish the cvlduico
It w is about suusit of the day 1
was arrested, while 1 was pondering
en the clnncis of swinging, tint 1
looked up and saw a young face nt the
birred opining In my Uoor. 11 the
j 'img hair pnrtul In tho middle I knew
I the owner of the face to be n girl
She appeared to be about sixteen, but
she was uot much ocr fourteen. She
'was looking nt me sjmpil helically. I
wfs twontv one jeirs and nt tint ago
'sild to hie been good looking.
I ' hit ' bo.il iloJu'V the asked
I 'lloisi. steillng" I didn't think II
nnitli while to nssert my Innoiuieo
Inl'II thej ilo with j"("
A whitish lingo mine ou her faco
and her ms mew ur) lilg
"D' y' n nit hip to let ' out'"
'Can jou tlu so without its being
known tint it wns you who did It?"
"Iteckon so I'm a purty good liar"
' How cm I get uwiij 1'
"1 here's hor-es below There's no
liodj about Jlbt now."
"Well. If jou can let me out jou may
sae my life"
.She Hint downstairs, brought up a
bunch of kejB mid with one of them
unlocked u-j door It wns then that I
got a full view of her. She was tall,
well formed and but for her skirts,
u'jkh were so short thej looked ns If
4I10 bad outgrown them, would bate
passed for nineteen or twtuty. kko
was rntlar a wild looking thing, not nt
a'l tidy, and her hair wns uncombed
She rm to n'smull stable hi reir of
the Jill mid led out n hoi-e that stood
Middled ami litldlcd 'Inking tho reins
in my left hind, 1 put mj arm around
lit r, gUlug her a kiss full of fen put
I r.rntttude, then, mourning, tlaslml
I away ilip last giniiu 1 gine nir
shorn d me u nil npnt In t ich vheek
i Khe hid domjtless luen l.l.ssii for the
j first time by a full grown man,
1 hit beiii out an hour, and mj
I horso was getting Jaded-he wns u
cry slow In ml num. hearing ugjl
lop behind mp I urged him uu, turn,.
ling at the Miine lime to kirn wlm
wis coming 1 mw fcklrts fluttering
hi the wind Not being afrn'nf a
womiu, I slowul up and the uir.,llnie'
I I turiud siw that mj pursuir wns the
! girl who hid lit 11111 out of Jit 1 1 She
i was riding iiMiuiIiIIp, ami hir hnlrwas
1 "Will," I said, "what Is ItV
"I list thnrt I il M Ilh je"
I was start In! Mam things jiausisl .
through mj brtilu tin pilnclpil "being
1 tint If caught I would he Mirelf- hang
I eel for horse nti illn- In fc ly uU4iiK
I of abdiji tlon Ilut I oiildn't ho moru
than li:ui(il and might as will be
liaiii il f"r Imili as one
"Will iuii mi " I said
We rode till iliikluss nine and for
the uiutlei of that llll il ljlU'ht 'lheu
wo were sife
1 told the girl who was a niece of
I (he Ja'lers wife and hid 111 ri-r lieen
I taught nnuhliig, that we mum purl
j fur imlilli- xlinc 1 lutimlul silidlug
lur t hiliool She nwts .liu would
btnj with me Hut 1 stood 'linn, pimu
Islng that If Hlip would remain at
school two yearn Khe might mine bnik
Kho -oiikiniiil nt I nt.nml during two
years we neier onie snw einh otlnr
though we 1 on i-spondisl 'Ihroiigh In I
Ic-lters I uu iihlu 10 note the Imiirore
meut pilng on In lr l llrKt the
were tlrciid full irnde Indent miinmli
so ns to hi amusing Hut from tho
first bexpoki luniH 1 me Al Inst she
returned and great wns Hie ihange In
ber. Wo are now mm and wife
noyl.In has tho best lino of lawn
nowers In the illy, ranging In prlro
fioro $4 CO to 112 50.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
I ED WILLIAMS I
I Pressing Parlor
L'J . . 5
FII18T OLASS WORK
Both Phones 43
Dy M. QUAD
Oryrlght, 1910 by Associated Lit.
There were tho widows In tho vll
go of j leu Head when the sixth nr
rlusl. llernaino was I'ompklns
Uhiro was one widower In Glen
Head to offset Ihe the widows He
wns 1 honins Jordon
'J he good tiatnreil Tom Jordon lielpnl
In unloail lur fttrulturc and wrcstlo
Ihe hctlsteads anil bureaus around Ho
Loui.lit lime mid a whitewash brush
und lilrw) n hoy to whiten nsh Ihe eel
lur. He look a hoe himself nud cut
dun 11 the weeds In tho front ynrd
'Ihe Widow lompklns was thankful
e ml unable, but she hi Id Mr Jordon nt
I disunite. Ho hnil luen told nil ntioul
the huslnnds of the other wldows-
nlien they died, how they dlisl ami
(heir crj Inst words He knew the
lliianclul recounts of the house to 11
out. Ho itin knew that one of tho
widows Imd 11 soro I111I nud that two
otlura hid loms In his fnthcrlj way
he questioned (lie sixth widow, hut ho
was lurniHl down nt iwerj polut It t r
tied iiiilosll) kipt lit tn thinking of her
ihe more he thought of lid ihe more
he wondered If Piiivldeiieo liadu't xeut
Mrs 'lompklns along to bieoine Mrs
Jordon In a month or so he ikildid
tluil II wns so Sie how easj It was!
Sic how those llo widows had nog
leetisl logic for jonrs and jears!
'ihe Widow luiiipklus sized Mr. Jor
don up for 11 fathetlj man and a good
follow, hut logic came In bote again
1'athiTlj men nud good fellows are
slowei than molasses In January about
getting nround to propose marriage If
things nre left to their natural cuurse
'ihe lll otlur widows hadn't llguresl
this out. An 1 tent must hippen Prov
idence was right around thero to help
It to h tppen --
At the end of three mouths Ihe fu
therlj nun was quite nt home In Ihe
house- of the sixth widow Just tielgh
horly, jou know; Just droppnl hi to
say If sho nantid tho kitchen door
painted or the celling whiten nsliid
he'd see about It for her. On this pir
tlcular day ne hiue In iiihid he was
In want of a couple of enqity binds
It struck him that he had seiu thiee
or four In the widow's cellar whin the
whiten ashing wan doing He found
the kltcliin door open and walked In
He found no one In the house, ami he
walked down tho cellir only uelgh
body, jou know; Just neighborly. He
hud found his barrels when ho heard
the door shut on lilm and tho lock
click. He illmbed the stairs mid
pounded on the door aud called out
his mime and errand, and a voice an
"Ah, you tramp, I've got you 11 n
der lock and key and am going for
"Mrs 'lompklns. this Is uo tramp
This Is Mr. Jordon "
"ou can't Ilo to me, sir. Mr Jordou
doesn't walk Into folks' houses and
"Ilut I did 1 wns looking fot
"Well, you can keep on looking until
the constable comes! '
He bought to fmthcr explilu, but
she ridiculed Ihe Idea. 1 he fact that a
tramp had robbed a house in tho vll
lage a few dijs previously gave lur
u good groundwork to build 011 'J In'
most sho would promise was to leave
him down thero until he had tinder
gone 1111 entire change of heart and
was prcpirct! to llvo an upright life In
tho future It wub 1 o'clock whin Mr
Jordon found himself 11 prlsonir He
nt on the ecllur stairs for the next
two hours valnlj trjlng to convince
tho woman upstairs that he was no
tramp He gave tils nnmo ovir and
over ngahi. hut the stoadT rcplj was
"1 ou nre simply trjlng to Imitate
Mr. Jonlon's voice, but jou cnu't Im
pose ou me I Ihlnk I will mil him
In and lit him settle with jou"
Kroni a to 4 o'clock Mr Jordon pi
trolled the lellnr. He had cobwebs
and whitewash mid old birrels for
compuiy. He 1011I1I havu (nihil Ironi
one of the narrow windows to a pass
erby, but he didn't euro to Ilo didn't
want to be laughed at I'ron -I In II
he sat ou the stairs, giving his name
over and ovir again ami Inking his
solemn nllldivlt that ho was Ihouuis
Jordou nud no Wiary William Ills
words brought no nspoiisu fiom the
otlur Bide pf the door. Irom II to 1
lie silt lit the bottom of Die steps mid
aw the glontnlng cuter the window
and heard tho whlppoorwllls tiinu up
Then a nip on the door above called
blm up to hear the nnrdsi
SjI nnl now going for Mr Jordon"
Vliut f mn Mr. Jordon"
yVour vjdIcu docs sound a bit like
hbij.hiit you can't cIcclIvo ran Mr
Jciidou Is n lino man "
"Hut so am I "
"Mr. Jordou thinks I 11111 a fluu wo
"Ho do I,"
"I believe Mr Jordou Intiuds to 11 si
me to marry hi 111"
"I know he does. I ask you right
"And Mr. Jordon will want the mar
rlage to conic oh next month"
"I vvunt II o conn- off next wcikl"
Well, there yon nre' I'lio wldons
fooling uwny their time for eeviral
years, mid along comes the sixth mid
plnjs the Jokir within I line- months'
Yes, sir, mid that couple are llrlng to
Xitliir In Jtn- sumo aisl today unci as
happy uu clams It'sasiasj asgnase
when you know how, and widowhood
all tho rest ot your dys when yon
Thero Is more Catarrh In this sec
tion ot tho coutry than all other dh
easos put together, and until the last
few juars was supposed to uu incur
able For a great many years doc
tors pronounced It a local dlseaso and
prescribed local remedies, and by eon
itnntly falling to cure with Iocs'
triotmont, pronounced It Incurable
science has proven catarrh to tie a
constitutional disease and therefore
reuulres constitutional treatraoaL
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
V. J, Cheney & Co, Toledo, Ohio, Is
tho only tonstltutlonal euro on the
market, it is taken internally 11
doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful
It acts directly on the blood and tnv
cous surfaces ot tho system Tbev
offer one hundred dollars for any
case It falls to euro. Bend for circa
lars and testimonials. Address.
P J CHKNEY & CO , Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by druggists, 7fc.
Tsko Hall's Family Pills for tonsil
XJ Wall Paper 4e Roll UP
T Havo a few thousand ro Is o( wall
paper le't and can cruote jou on all
cuiulPy roods B 8 .CHANDLER
Tbo PurnllurG Msu
FDR Ill SGEiOOL OPENING
LIST OF C0OX3 AN3 SUPPLIES
FOR THC VARIOUS GRADE3.
Prof. Gee Will D: tt CSV.. a! CjIU
Ina Next v.'etH s CigMV
rmiowing is tho list of ijcou :or ta-
illITereiit grades ot tho Ore cnvll.o luu
Low First Grade,
ilarj Wind Additional 1'iLlua.
llerrj Writing Hook No 1. ,
1'rnUUil drawing book. No 1
lirawlng penill and tiblet.
rolored crijoiiB, No 1.
First High Grade, I
it literature, llrst reidir
Ucirj writing lined , No 1.
lirawlng hook, N't) 1,
Hi ivvlug pencil nnd tablet,
Colin id enjons, No t
Low Second Grade,
Art l.ltoratun rotuler. No !.
llerrj -vmUIiir hooks, Nci 2,
Dnwlug hook No 2
l)r living peprll nud lililet.
Colored crajona No 1
High Second Grade,
Our Cimiitrj'a Second Header
l'cn and 'em II I.mguigo book
lluirj writing book No 2
Hi awing book No J
Drawing ponqll and tiblet.
Colored crnjons No 1,
Low Third Grade.
Our Count rj s 'Until reader
Mj us Hi uoks' llkmenl.iij rltlimo
Now Ccnturj Spelllug book
I'm and Pencil I.inguigo book
Horry Wilting hook No 2.
Hr.ivvlng book. No 3
Dinning pencil tiblil pen and Ink,
High Grade Third.
Ait Literature ltonler, No 1
Mjorbllinoks' llleiucntarj Arlthine-
Now Ccnturj J3polllng hook
Iluehler nnd llotchklsn's Modern
llerrj Writing Honk, No 3
Dnnlng tioolc No 3 -
Kiohn'a I'list Hook In Physiology
Dnwlug pencil .tnblct, pen and llll,
Low Fourth Grade.
Our Cc ntury s roitrth Kinder.
Mjerslhooks' Hlemt-nt trj Arlthinu,
Now Cintuij Spoiling book
Iluihlor and llotchklss's Modern
Dodgo'B HleiM'iitirj (leogrnpliy.
Hoiry Wrltltu; hook, No I,
Drawing book, No 1.
Drawing itencll, tablet, pon and Ink
HI3I1 Fsurth Crad;.
Oui Country's I'ouitli Header
Mjers 11. coles' IZlcn-cntnij .Arlthmo
tic Now Century Spoiling Ijcol.
Iluehler and HotchK ts'-j Ll3(lcm
Dodho's Drawlsg Lca'i J.'o. I,
Drawing pemll, tahlut, pvn taj I.-.!.
Low FI'Vi CraJo
Our Countij rifth licaJor,
MjirsHrooks' HlcniCB.a- Ar'tUaie
tie New Cintury Spollln: bcolc.
Iluehler and, HoUhit ea'a Mods n
Hugllsh Lessons. f.
Dodge's minientnry floograpSy.
licrry Writing Hook, No fj
Dinning book. No, J5.
Drawing pint II, tablet, pin nni lair
Ili'Rinnar's Hlstoij ot Our Country
MjirsHrooks' l.'liiiiuntiiry Arlthmo
Now Century Spelling Iloolc. ,
Iluehler nnd Holihlilso'H .Modern
Kugllsh Ijhsoiik -.
Dodge's Ciin-pirntlM) Gc ographj'
He ij Writing bonk, No 5.
Drawing hook, No B
Drawing pencil, tnhjet, pun nnd Ink
Low Sixth 'Grade. '
MjersHroolcH' (Iraminai Sc-hoai
(Contiuiiod qn Tuurtli Pugo)
i C. W. Strain, G. P. A
t FORT WCr.Hi TSKA3.
S SHADY f 'CW
V ' IV rITJIP'HB!SlSl , ... I
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Y " sssssssssV 'fn SZkAik VviiJ3s VvVS32i
? ONLY A oHCrfY TRIP VIA ' Vj jSmRq&sJfiSS "
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V w " I IssssssssssssssssssH or" if $rLnm!&PBtmaL3M
( I ssssssssssi ft HMJKgwaMmk
t f , Tin ot wan ar not wltbln
X - 5. 1 himioif It n, not in man that J
JL enn iJiT-.riMA-ririJ uyniTE I f
r iiirww UrflUoth to airuot his steps JCnco f
V W I
J .jjjyX fi fw.r, viif lqi a j Uo,
W UNCLE SAM
- -1 a.
17 .mr-.LE SAM. -X J-W WXw.W
V6 lae Just rvct,!vtd
cf utlto w-lsilnc In all
'fill Mi U tt.1 1 rnd, ilj
tto nine era c-co.le-t,
38o irtl '
New Silk EUmonno
. In rj-uticxcc'lout :lcr;l anil Oriental pit
tor.ib aud ltv cqlors ILat aro iucislPlaailUK
'marked at $Ut to...... .W.jJU.OR
Kim on a Cropo
Now Tall Sorpcntlne Ciepo, lu beiutl
ful Kin cm pittnrns and i-nlois, viry do
slrahlc, priced at a jird .. 1S1
At 0110 faro plus $1 00 to Toxas Coast
pi. Ints, alto Mineral Wills, Purl
0 Connor nnd Putnam, Aug 20, Bopt
i, 9, K, 23 and 30, good 10 ilnyo.
Try our way to' Dallas, Port Worth,
Sit 1-uiii. ar.d- M po'nu uui h iu,l
Phone- us Tor inie. aud routes
RfH. Hewitt, Agent
F. tl. McKAY. 0. F. A
Th of inaa am not within
ulmsolf It in not in wan
alksth to dlruet his steps
110 away from, toy business part jof
LLe time but Uavu u man who will
irevfc uu uwvu
rtlard'i Wood Ysrd.
JSanolcs all Jdnd ot dry wodu,
" or woou,
. . ., .
cor J, h'.oelt nnd slave vvooJ
i it fltk. lUiso wood
r.tk. I c'vo prompt del
-outbwts.ern US: Jve i- i
El onl tl e vtiv man U
r J. Ica! sX
fc' e I'clo 1 r 1
i t .R. r 1 C , -t J . ' ' '
ffity&itifs There nre many reasons, ' ' "NorfrJ
& and all good ones, why you should use V; lv"Vi
Ik v(J SOUTHLAND COOKING OIL S?tA
j Mjm$& fo cookingi frying and baking XNiAX
fwn IT'S Kosiinn It is a pure vegetable produdl, it's kosher yvaf
wTwkV ani contains n0 an'ma' at- f Mi3$Z&l I
W'P '( 's Pa,a,a,3'e an m1Parts a Sod f avor j,d!$j I
It is odorless, tasteless, digestible f r'& I
VfeiX Itisbciicr than butter or lard.aliho cheaper. j
t sffiiv Mduiilylns sml iop"iil''i' jr OidrK.
" ' " I.
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HEW PERCALES AND GINGHAM.
Our dlsplny ot Olngtmma 'presents tbo
moit vxtmslvo 'ntif-.o of colors nnd patterns
no lmvt over shown, nnd tho prlco Is less
than some sto.es nslt for siiro brands, a
jard S 1-itp nnd 10s
a boiutKul lino
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lu beautiful Hijh's and colors for schtol
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We show many now patterns In Not
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In beniiilful Porslau designs, tho rail's
this summer. Now is the one
timu to put off tod.ty what you
can do heller tomorrow Break
away fi om work and ri'huild your
self at some one of tho delightful
vacation bpots in Minnesota, Michi
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via the KATY
the vv i) of uruitiit comfort amliiinviiiiein,
riiero are two splendid trains iiail
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