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DIE I'srs of a Hairpin. A close student of women says the London Express, lias col lected a few uses to which she can turn a hairpin: Pick a lock. Draw out a nail. See if a joint is done. Kej air a baby carriage. K'ake a tire. .Make a fork. Stir batter. Doctor an automobile. IVel an apple. Beat an egg. Do up a baby. Fasten a door. Put up a curtain. Cut a pie. Make a fishhook, liegulate a range. Whip cream. Shovel bonbons. Tighten windows. Wake up the cat. Serve as a toothpick. Cut up your large laud holdings and convert same into small (arms. Wihnrger only want more people to make it one of the best agricultur al counties in the state. Wherever vou find a satisfied set of farmers ; they are chsc neighliors. h-ive their ' school Ik-hisc, their church and post I otlice. This can't tie done with a large ranch between each farm. Farmers I area social, neighborly class of people ! the world over. Always look on the bright ! side of life, also look at Burton Linco Go's stock of bright tin i ishing lumber it will make yon i feel good. mm TO BE DISTRIBUTED. The St. Louis Uopiiblif Oilers Fourteen SpU'ii- did Kt'wards io Subscribers. An interesting announcement appears in that great metropoli tan newspaper, the St. Louis Republic. In the form ot a profit-sharing offer to any one now a subscriber or willing to become a subscriber of The Re- j public. A big sum of SlO.OlKOO j is to be paid in rewards for good I judgement and skill. It is pos- i w i Kl i i rn ri 1 1 n i f entn the trams would desist perha )is n they knew that often" t imes' their letters j slO.lK'O up to ?.,(.(I0.00 ; lay overat Amavill.i for tweuty-f.)urj Complete information as to : iK'fon-startinn-'aaiii't'i tlieir.desti-1 i)e conditions of t his contest, nation. This is made necessary l.y tC),eti,er with blanks will be uie law amount m wmik io neooue lietween t his point'and Aniarillo. and l instead of putting up the mail on the i Those who mail their letters on ; left for the postmaster at Amarillo to sort out. thus taking twenty-four But the most precious purpose ! hours longer for the mail to reach its of ail-lend it to her husband to destinntion.-IIercf.ini ltrand. clean out hi pipe. found in the Daily. Sunday and Twice-a-week editions of The train tliey are placed in a sack and KepubUC r.trom , Aprio L until April ill, r.)0;i, or will be mailed to any one upon application. All communications , and .esti mates should be 'addressed to Undo Reuben's Opinion, j The Republic Profit-sharing Bureau, Call box -01, St. Louis, Mo Sciatic IJlieuiiinlisin Cured. "They may say what they "I have been subiect to sciatic please, but listen hear me; I've rheumatism for years," says E. 'taken all kinds of laxatives, j The V. c. T. C. will meet every 1st II. Wakiron. of Wiiton Junction I purgatives and cathartics bm j tin-day evening of each month at ...i,.,, - 4 i, .. : . i J. R. HARTER, I mm mm- J PIONEER BLACKSMITH vmmtx. rreaciiing first and third ,Suudn V morning and night by ltev. Cliai I niers Killiourne, ('. J'. pastor. j Second Sundays morning ami i night, ltev. A. W. Crawford I'rcshv ommendation to all who Itcrian pastor. Fourth Sundays morning aim night, ltev, Randolph Clark. Chris I ian pastor. J Sunday m-IiooI every Sunday iiiorn- inii-at HI o'clock. Christian Endeavor :. p. m. Choir practice every Friday night. Horse shoeing and general repair work a specialty. My work is sufficient rec- know me. ST. JAMES HOTEL II. JAM ICS, Proprietor. 1 PER DAY. This hotel is the workman's favorite. Liberal rates by the mouth. If YouTvant Your Boots or Shoes Made-to-Ordcr and in a servicable manner Do Not Fail To see me. Repairing a specialty. JOHN ME1STERHANS. IS.U'TIST. pas- I Preaching every Sunday, inornlii; and evening, Key. ,1. I). P.allanl, ; tor. ! Sunday School every Sunday morn : ing. J. V. St. Clair, Kuvcrintcndenl. i 1! Y. P. V. every Sunday at:! p. in. A. II. Thompson, President, j Ladies Aid Society every Tuesday 'at :: p. in. Mrs. A. II. Thompson. ! President. Prayer meeting every Wednesday I evening. ; lioir practice and teachers' ing every Friday evening. lncct- Iowa. ''Mv ioints were stiff and gave me much paiu and discom-! eas' pleasant to take, mild fort. My ioints would crack j ltle hl its :;ctioiK iV,d j , J .J , , r , that makes one wart an extra! when I straightened up. I "?1 : slice of bacon for breakfast, ! Chamberlain's Pain Halm an J j just give me ChanberlainV have been thoroughly cured ; Stomach and Liver Tablets, and ; Have not had a pain or ache : .u may i ku e an me laxative met i'upttst church. mi:s. j. i:. uv.xs. CIIKISTI.W. All inemliers and friends of the Christian church are requested to meet at the court house at 10 o'clock a. m. every Lord's Day. .MKTIIODIST. IT, Do not miss the election, L'nd. or acne - - 1 svnil'is. n vsniMisi.'i nii'i ii'inck Th .-quick relief from ! in tjs Cuull,rV- Jhcm Tablets trouble for TO ADVERTISE THE from the old months. pain which this liniment affords is alone worth many times ils cost. For sale l.y Thompson Drug Co. In The (Joutl Ohl Summer Time. Not long now until the sub stance of the Song becomes a stern reality to the pecple of the South-west; hence it is li::ie to pick out some coor. and HEALTHY SPOT 'wiiere tile ex pended energy of a busy winter and spring may be re-couped. With our assistance, t:ie choos ing of the place. --(where to go), is now an easy matter. It should be a place where the air is light and dry and easy to breathe, -where there is good tishing and other .sports, v. litre Scenic attractions abound, and where there are good Hotels and first class Hoarding houses;--in a word, where one may take it easy and enjoy the passing Lours in comfort and at reasona ble cost. THE DKNVKi; KO.D offers, direct, more of such at tractive u miner vacation prop ositions than any other line in the South-west. surely do make one feel joyful." For sale by Thompson Drug Co. We are tviiaMy infonied that the la re laud holdings hy Prank T. How ard in this ami adjoining coun ties 111 Ik; settled this summer by a colony of I'.ocrs from South Africa. Now. watch things come to pass if these striidy, hard.-wo-,-Uiug people build homes in the Panhaiidle.-Sih cr tou F.iiti.Tprise. rm r a' M. C. Cham lee Jewelry Co. is selling Diamonds Kings and Studs ;it regular wholesale prices, and Watches, Clocks and everything else in their line at; Prcacliingevery.Stindayatlla.nl. extremely low prices. Price ' and s:iki p. ,n. this stuff i.d set-. Sunday School every Sunday at 10 " '" . a. lu. A. lh-lisliei-iier. Sunt .Innior and Senior Ppworth bea j gu:-s every Sunday at L:.'IU p. in and i:!:"0 p. in., respectively. Prayer meeting every Vt'ednesday ' niglit at s:iii. .1. K. Stephens, Paslor. SOUTH WEST u helped many, it is not Helpful newspapers print matter to (ill up Reading. .,..,.. Much of this u really harmful re.-uling. It istheuim of The Semi-Weekly News to give helpful reading. Thousands will testify to its heiptuh.ess to them Ask your neighbor. T""flo nnHnrn-.' lias I 11V 1 CI I 11IV.1 o rv a. i. ueparimcni t. tM)i.v (r f.,n. miiig written hy college professors and others up North on conditions that don't lit Texas. It Is the actu-i al experiences of fanners l:er at home who have turned over the soil. Special ,'.v"il ot taking; 1 lie Stayer you sliould. Oiler H is helpful to the best interests of your town and county. For S 1.7."i. rush in advance, we will mail you The Stayer and The Gal veston or Dallas Semi-Weekly News for J months. The News slops when your time is out. Farmers, farmers' wives and daughters, scliool teachers, doctors, clergymen, merchants in the smaller towns, any citizen who has something to say, are invited to write letters and longer articles about the locality in which they live in the South west. The territory includes Arkansas, Arizona, Indian Territory, Louisiana, Southern Missouri, Texas, New: Mexico and Oklahoma. j 1 Premiums that make it an object are offered,! a set for each state and territory. Full particulars; of the conditions of the contest, and a list of the j prizes and awards will be sent on application, to ' J. W. STEELE, Commissioner, Colonization Agency, Southwestern Lines, Columbia Theatre Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS. ; First Church of Christ, Scientist, services at the court house every ; Sunday at l'::;i) p. m. : Sunday school everv Sunday at :t:-i(t p. in. ! Testimonial services every Wcdnes : day evening at s o'clock, j Everybody cordially invited to i attend these services. Mrs. V. ICdna Henson, First I tender. the subject and be convinced. A. A. Cl.issoX, Getj'l. Texas. Puss Ag't., Ft. Worth, The News acknowledges rc- IIi:io:roi:ii Is soon to have one of her greatest needs filled. With the. organiz Uioii of a social club, having Drop us a Postal card upon i suitable quarters f(,r the entertain- l meiit of their guests, our youngiueii. j who are In a sense homeless in a ! strange land, will haven place of ; amusement and recreation, therebv j lessening t heir chanc's of gett ing in ; to thecoiupany of wayward couipun- !iilis. 1 1 is nrofiosed b 1 he firfimfi. ceiptof an invitation to be pres-1 t(.,.s , ,,,..,. ,,.., ilim)).(.llt ,.,. nt at the opening of . Louisiana ! f amusement, plenty of good read Purchase Exposition, at St. i ing. such as newspapers, periodicals Louis, May t-'nd and :)rd, J'jO.'J. i"d magazines, and as their finnuees The newspaper man is invariab. j Permit to furnish the roon.swi.h 11 . j comfortable furniture and gviuua- ly invited loattend such affairs, ; ,, ppuKenances.-llererord bin the lack of time and short- ' jirnud. age of finances too often pre- vents him taking advantage of! J- T- Service handed us a do such invitations. ( lar t'-is week and said that he . - - - . . .. was not the kind that could do We have heard of people who ; without the count' paper and claimed to have realized a dol-! that every man in the county dar'-. worth in "tie single issue j should lend assistance to the of the local paper. Kcad the ' paper that is earnestly striving ad- of the local advertiser audi to make the county better in this may be your experience. j which he lives. Thanks,. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. i ! nil imii m !S. B. TADLOCK j DENTIST. ! Phone 49. Canyon City, Texas. DR. J. ED CRAWFORD, ! GtjLKAL FIAC i I'i I0JMER. All rails answered promptly. Day or night. (Mlice n Canyon Drug Co., t'aiiyon City, Texas. RANGER R. 314-28. A handsome bay IS 3-4 hands high will make the season of 1903 at my place two miles west and one mile north of Canyon City. TERMS: $5.00, $10.00 and $15.00. Ranger was sired by Rabelais 11123, Rabelais by the famous Belmont 64 and out of Repose. Ranger R is out of Mattie Mont and she by Nor wood Star 1395 and out of Daisy El. All good judges of horse flesh have pronounced Ranger a chip off the old block; being a grandson of Belmont, the world-renowned trotter, is sufficient recommendation to all breeders who are acquainted with the lineage of pure-bred horses. Ranger is a saddle horse with qualities of the first water, travel ing ail gaits known to the lovers of saddle stock. C. P. MONEY. Dr. Geo. 3. IParoons, GENERAL PRACTITIONER. Answers all calls day or night. Ollice in the Canyon City niarmacy CANYON CITY. TEXAS. O'DELLA STEWART, physicians an& Surocons, Ollice over Thompson Drug Compa ny's Calls promptly a nswered nigh t or day Merrill& Brown, PKACTJCAL TIXXERS. Ma a ii fact ii rerH of Tanks, Flues, and All other Galvanized Iron Works. SHOP OX S. EVELYXST. XEXT TO AXDERSOXS. I have L' full-blood Hereford hulls, 1 yrars old, Plains reared that I will tell at a bargain. 5- U .J. L. 1'uic.MAiai. AS i !