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FIRST PICTURES OF THE, DAMAGE DONE BY THE CORPUS CHRISTI HURRICANE
-S^ _ Thii house wag lifted by the hurricane and flood that struck Cotton bale? from a wareboa?? The house above was floated ten block- on the flood and the Cnanpsral street w Corpus Calasti, Tear-, the day *tfter the big storm, waa filled from end to Corpus Christi and deposited on top of the boat part of which is *_____ a_l.<1_.a ?.'?,!!7 w'r.e street car below overturned while going to the i-escue oi Corpo? . ,' ?_???_ a ??_*? j ?ft I ?VW li tDsCKiy I? " 1 lllHTl?' fL ___ . . . ? m?! vn?-h a ma.** of drbriiv Mcx-CAsM her* axe at work clcaiung up the wreckage, seen in the foreground. y ?,?GG the watere had gone down. Chnsti citizens. 75 ARMY TRUCKS SOLD AT CAM? HOLAB1RD Tke a?le o* a?-r moto.- trito?? oon ??I at ?'??t Ffora-tr-d. VA. ?? t???a-t. ?a* lit* ?li Uw small cr*?-rl U?at rente! oat to U? aale, bids ?sa-svi **T ?*ry auliflerftf. sew?ntr "-? list??? Crawles bela?; ??* o' ia Hurt tks?. WS ik) ?t ?? ??1*7 -_it~tne- bai ut u ???ism 11 tar fft?jattst ru sai il??tiO. *?? Uaj?ter trucks ?rere fa?are? ben* ?*? of t_e lo??r prtoe. a?i (OC? cerndnlo? ?a}. R_tr*i Ci. ?-?na. ht chant?> ??f r_?'??}*, ana ounced tbat au checks stis?VI be roa?e out to t?? r??ame. ?car?r of Ore c?rnn. t* make Ute sal?? t??t. onrreenient tn bot? pur ????r an! arm. ofBc??t._ I After Suffering A Whole Year Mr-. K-nf V/a? Made Well .?, Lyau?. ?. ? nkham's yetjt t_b'.T Co- pound. loia, E in-il?"? waa a e?nstant ?offerer from female tronble for about Tear. I had pains in back and stomach, in fact all over me, aad waa all run down. A friend of mine waa eared of the same trouble by Lydia ?. ? ink h am'? < Vegetable Com pound. I took it ar d it gare I me health and strength and made a new woman of me. I cannot praise your Vegetable Compound too highly, and you may publish my testimonial as it may be the means of helping some other suf fering woman."?Mrs. Tre-ci* Kr-tr,, 105 West Campbell St., loia, Kansas. The prest number of unsolicited tes timonials on file at the Pinkham Lab oratory, many of which are from time to time published by permission, are proof of the value of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, in th? , treatment of female ills. ?Very ailing woman in the United [States is cordially i-rt-rted to write to [the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. J (confidential), Lynn, Masa, for f special advice. It is free, ready to I bring you health and may save your EARLY UFE OF GEN. JOHN J. PERSHING AUTHENTIC STORY OF THE BOYHOOD DAYS OF THE FAMOUS GENERAL By HAROLD F. WHEELER. / CJWIsBwUasP rRCM TESTxTJtDAT. rsara? way those .?>-? stand ont snd Um recollection of them has ?Jways been to roe a ?prest ?pur sad sfurmru?. -What merooriee com* rushing for ward to be recorded! It was at CoL Husr'i school, now called the Socks.* I believe, with sple-xdld old Caleb (CoL ?Jalao Hose, principal of tb? mllitarv prep school, -th? Rocks.- where Gen. I'era-uas prepared for West Point? H. >*- w.i at its lie??! that several of us cat the flrat ?dea of what we wer* resalir la for. Dejahon. Frier. Whan. Andrews, Clayton. BUtr Wright. SteTreaa. lassar? (ctasaxnatsa?H. T. W.) and tb? rest of us at Caleb's used ta ny-speek pas? after pas? of stuff that w? forgot completely be fore rgjebe camp was oser. "TTols bt-iass up ? period of West Point life who*? vivid irnpn.-as.ons will hs the last lo fade. Marchine into camp, piling bedding, policing com pany streets of lots of wood (matches -FT. r*. W.> carelessly ?liumied by upper classTnen. pillow fights at tat too. with Marcus Miller (a tactical o?cer?H. F. W.), saber drawn. majT-hmg up and down superintcndin? the plebe class, policing up feathers from the ?ssneral parade, lisht artil lery drills, dorrhis timing rirounc old fart Clinton at .morning squad drill. Wiley Bean (a elas-imate?II. ?. WX and the sad fate of his seersucker coat. midnl.rtt drajrjrln*; and tl whole summer full of events can only be mentioned in imirslnr -n?? I Crawl leder T??sr Bed? "Ne one can ever fortret thi? first g-iard tour, with all its preparation and rjerwpirsilori. I got alone all lieht during the day. but st night on the ootor line my troobles hts-an. Of ?Tnrse. ? ?ras scared beyond the point of properly applying sny of my order?. A few minutes after tsps Ztiosts of ?? sorts began to appear from all ?Brwctlons. I selected a par ticularly bold one and challenged ac cording to orders: " Halt! Who comes there?" "Whereupon the ?host, who wa? esirrtoir a chstr, ?at down, when I promptly said: " -Halt? Who sits there"" "After plebe camp came plebe math 'matheraatlcs?H. F. W.) and French. I never stood high In French and was prone to burn rhe midnight oil One nicht Walcutt and Bentley MoU irla a? male??H. F. W.) came In to Join me. My roommate, I?icy Hunt (be entered with the da*? of st, but left tb* academy his first ?ear.-H. F. W.), who was In chare?, criming up the stair* several steps at a urne. Mott sprang acro?* the hall Into his own room. I snatched Um blanket from the window, turned out Uva llanta and leaped into bed, cloth Is- ?ad al], while Walcutt seeing as eas* impossible, gently woke Hunt aad in a whisper said. 'Lucy, may I crawl under ?our bed?* "I paid Ut* penalty by walking six ! tours ol extra duty. "The rest of it?yeari Ina camp and Ita ??ease from plebedotn. th* first appearance In the ridine; hall of the famous 'M New England cavalry (so named In ridicule of the New Knt land men of tbe claa?*, none of whom could ride well when he entere?! West Point?IL F. W.). furio?th and the t?t?m up the Hudson on the Mary Powell, second claa* year, with Its Increasing responsibilities and dig nity, must all be passed with slight notice. Atti ?Irla These Were. To*. "While the days were not always Ailed, with unalloyed pleasure, to be sure, yet no matter how distasteful anything else may have be.-n up to that time, there is nnne of us who wouM not -rladly live first camp over again??rummer girla, summer hops, first class privileges, possible en gagements, 3th hop. then the home stretch. "As we -*ok back from the dis tance o~f quarter of a, century the. years went by all too rapidly. "The career of '8* at West Point was in many wave remarkable. There were no cliques, no dissen sions: and personal prejudices or selfishness, if any existed, nev^r I came lo the surface. From the very day we entered, the r?ase, ?? a unit has always stood for the very best traditions of West Point The spirit of old West Point exist ed to a higher degree in the class of 'Si than in any class since the . war. "The West Point under Merritt (*? superintendent of the academy?H. : F. W.?. Michie and Hasbrouch la; WHY UNDER THE SUN DONT YOU HAVE THAT ACHING TOOTH FIXED? Our Speclallst of 28 Years' Experience Guarantees to Give You S-A-T-l-S-F-A-C-T-l-O-N tm?s ^?Alleai, ?.?cas reasonable FA,WLBse mbthoos WE HAVE LEFT NO STONE UNTURNED, ^*?^1*??* ??? ?_?? I III I. in equipping bur Office with all of the latest apparatus known to the Dental Profession. YOU MUST CHOOSE? WHAT IS YOUR DECISION? NOW IS THE TIME! saia mi aus-taino WHICH Will You Enjoy? Th? evening with? ??ratty Olrl -OR Stay at Hem? ? nd Nur*? ACIIMTOOTI? COLUMBIA DENTIST, Inc. . CORNER 9th and D STREETS ? w u? commandant of cadets?H. T. W.). was still th? West Point of Grant. Sherman. Sheridan. Scbofleld and Howard. The deep Impression those great men mad* duri??; their visits to West Point in our lay went far to Inspire aa wtth the soldier"? spirit of salf-aacrlfict, duty ao* I honor. ?Thee? characteristics wer? car _,_ rled with us lato the army and have marked the splendid course of the class during the past twenty-fire ? years. The class of 'st has always h..,;n known in the army and Is known today as a claa of all-round solid men?men capable of ably per forming any duty and loyally ful flllinr; any trust The individual character ?>f each man made itse.f felt upon hts fellows In the army from the start In civil life, a* professional men. or a.i men of affairs, wherever plac ed, the class of **? has always made good. "Well may we conf-ratulate our selves, upon reachinc this quart?r century milestone, on the achieve ments of the class. "If I thought you would listen longer. I would continue, hut the : happen, min. all win ha t?ate)?___ evening wtl be full of ?ont- aad vein*, there tt no te?bmx ?_? __j reminiscence. ; tboae eta?s again uu?ii? thr?ach ?asa ""Those of us ont here will as- --Then, hate's te Ut* Claa* of "? sembl.- tr Manila and wish we were I wive* and s?wet?aaru, t*tidr?n asti with you at West Point It may prandchlldren, your heal?? an-? ata be that age and experience will pre- ceas. vent a repetition of the lurid scene* Always affeetto?statj-, enacted at tly> class dinner In New (f_tr_e?r "? ?. FC"" York In ?*S. Tat when you feel tinse j (ft*?_e|?, ??. ?- t?? ??__? m9Mm?tat?tt turn backward and the hot blood of (To B* Hianli?lisi ' dJawastassa-? rLi?. >????-?*? M^ a^i^mMak .Bij^jiaeatK |?_|**^? -aaaaa-T ' GAR ETTE S 18 cents a package Carnet? ora ?old ?vary where in ?cientUtcally amalad package* ef 30 cigarette?; or fan pack ? g e ? (300 cigarette?) im m glaaejnm ? pepar ? covered carton. 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