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H.&T.C. RAILROAD HOUSTON RATES: On sale Nov. 7 to 1?, inclusive; rate 53.60; li.nit IUh. For nc mini in ! evening train of 9;h & .12ib r-x i l .'0; limit 11 than J 14th. Font Baii Game For 2:AX m tr-in MnJ-'. Nov. btli an J Sie;;a! Train leating ll'yan at 7:. ' a- ,a:e: 4i.00 limit Vt"S. i. Houston at pev'a! Tra::i Kav;-i I miJniKh'. ri.-:urnin. t ictiea tot ..Have you had your cyei gtaaeec If not. "Do It No -correcting the moit difficult can guarantee satisfaction. C icok over our prescription be be convinced. DR. D. 8. HE. Eye Sight Specialist at J. M. well's The Jeweler. eyes and ome and ok and RNE. Catd- jhyhd ELECTli THEATRE TO-NIGHT PICTURES The Tom Boy The French Spy and 2 others A BIG SHOW FOR ONLY TEN CENTS a -Wo. 1 l)jors open 7:45 o'clock. ASK E. J. JENKINS. Is I now have a complete line of fine Jewelry, watches, clocks, cut glass, nana painted China, Sterling silver,) TIiow pen M' Rogers Bros, irlpple plated ware,! -!mrt!ve little fine gold headed umbrellas, mission I dinary hair to. eiocrs and electroliers Conklln fourf IVrlslan Sage tain pent. "T ' 7 J... A Minary and f,t ue oo your watch. Jewelry and i that K. J. Jenkins, tiocn worn. Engraving done at rea- sonable prices. ABent ADAM SCHAAF PIANOS. Edison phonographs and records sold on easy terms. Paritian Sage, the Hair Grower, Now Sold In America on Money Back Plan. It's a mighty Rood thing for the worn n of America tbnt Parisian Bane 'an now lie obtained In every to of ' nsetiuence. ft v nr'iinrat!on for the hair has e ko much to stop fallliiR hair and 'cute dandruff and make women's (tad 'teautiful as Parisian Sane. 'ar lan Saee Is' the only certain r.orlh t of the dandruff microbe estroyi the cause of 97 per cent of which Is , 's.' hair troubK 'Iclous, persistent and de- devils thrive on the or lies. Is such an extraor acting rejuvenator who Is the agent It ti cure dan and Itching mey back. Mntlly pr- tlon, not X W. BATTS HEAL ESTATE AGENT O.Uce In Taliaferro Building. Opposite lourt House. Phone S7 P.'ve In olllce the only set of Abstract tsooks of Hraioe County Land titles FOR SALE Well built 10 room . residence .and tn'f Mock f ground. located 4 blocks from I G. X. depot. Cood servants room. barn, garden, large shade trees, two cisterns and city water. Price j:i.OO0. Saiall cash payment and bal ance on long time at 8 per cent Inter- ?bt. for 0U8 In firyan guarantee! Jniff. stop falling hah scalp in two weeks or ra, Pi rlHlan Sage Is most di si-mod, It .c an Ideal prrpara. sticky or greasy. It, Is a magnificent dressing women who denlre luxuriant, lusti hair that comin-Is admiration. And a large bottle of Parisian Sat -fats only :,o cents at E. J. Jenkins I. and at leading; druggists everywhere.! m. The girl with the Auburn hair is oo tit every package. Made In America by I Girotix .Mfg. Co., Iluffalo, X. Y- who n,ore fill mall orders, all charges nrenald rouuI ARAB FASHIONS. Ilothes the N stives Wear and the Tailors Who Mske Them. Conservative In all matters, the Arab Is especially averse to change In the matter of clothes. Not only do the fashions of the Arabs never change, writes Graham Petrie In "Tunis. Kal rouan aud Carthage." but they are very restricted. Although every Arab wears a gamluura more or less richly embroidered. It is always worked In one of three accepted patterns, from which no deviation uor any combina tion Is permitted. The only matter In which personal taste Is allowed to show Itself Is lu the choice of color. In this rvsiect entire freedom Is permitted and taken full advantage of. although It Is curious to note that the more delicate shades of pink, vellow niid mauve are generally worn by elderly men. while rich red . JU hml ' wrlltPU , and brown are In favor with their Jtin- J ,, ,. no wnll J( What a Poet Writes, "low never ran tell whether poetry la loaded or not." said a Columbia pro fessor descanting uku the muse, -and what a oet writes lu the moments of hi Que frenny rolling may I suscep tible of elm n gee which would make him curse the pen did he but know whence It pointed. Now; listen to this couplet: "lltlp us to sav free conscience from th paw Of hireling wolves who gowprl It thtr mnw. "It sounds like some kind of a fam ily poem, doesn't It. with paw ami maw coming In to make the rhyme? Io you Imagine the poet when he wrote the lines ever thought of the parents represented In such homely wsy aud bow the meaning of the whole thing could he changed by chnnglng the meaning of the end words of two Hues? Was bo a begin - ! ner? Oh, no; he was not a Inv'tuiier several very clnmy ohn Milton. You re- lors. The souk-el-trouk Is tlie souk of the tailors In Tunis, and here In numerous little shops the sartorial needs of the Arab Mipulnilon lire fashioned ninl temptingly display J. I call them shoo for want of a Ix-tler word. 1ml tlie are as unlike the I-Iuropeaii shop a anything one can Imagine. They nre really receswes separated fnm each other by coupled columns painted wltb strli'es of red and green, which sup Hirt a eontlnunuH cornice, richly rnrv ed nnd colored. There nre no windows or doors, and the shop is mlscd some four feet aliove the ground. To this elevation the tailor nimbly vaults, for there nre uo steps to a-Nt him. Kit ting rrosslccged in orthodox fashion, he there cuts out. pieces together and embellishes I he gny silk walKtcoats. gandourns and other garments beloved of the Arab. things. Uo was iiicinU-r he wrote 'Paradise Isf and two or three other pieces of considera ble merit, though he never quite got Into the 'six best sellers' llxt. and thene two lines I have quoietl close his son net lo lionl Priector Cromwell, writ ten In iM."-New.Vrk Herald. MAINE SPOOKS. A Ghost House, a Phantom Light and a Mystic Woodchuck. - Uowdohiham boasts a veritable ghost house where it Is said the chairs refuse to stay quietly 4n their places, but lu the middle of the night walk out and draw together In groups Just as If guioed by visible hands. Then there Is a spirit cane that goes walk lug all by Itself just at midnight, tap ping Its way along from room to room and dually taking up l;a abode In tl chamber where a member of the fumi ly sleep. That this slntenient is trur Is afllrmed by those who have socu the phenomena and who are not at all afraid of ghosts. At another bouse in the village is a phantom light th.it shines each nlghl no matter whether It be mooullght or darkness Just above the closet door In the upper chamber. For years this light bas disturbed the people who at different times have occupied the room, and some have been much afraid of the Dickering gleam. From time to time different explanations bave been offered, but tione has proved satisfac tory. The light continues to shine, and no one can account for the mystery. Down at l-uny O camp Is a spook woodchuck which every evening. Just at the suuset hour, comes out of an old family tomb, halfway between the camp aud the home farm. There on the tomb he sits quietly, watching the sunset lights on the waters of Merry- eetlng. Just as the sun sinks below horisou he disuiicurs. The tomti Ths Southerner and. Corn. The southerner feeds hlm-ielf. Ills pltf and I. is progeny iiihiii corn, lie slept In his front lerstiinn s cnl in iioii a mit tress made f Hie husks. Today ho colilrllniles some of its pith lo the manufacture of yun rot ion with which lo blow the enemy to U eluchub and Minn- more of It to the manufacture of cellulose In pack Ix-lilnd the armor of his eotiutry's battleships to prevent them from sinking when projectiles plen-e their plnies ,K plants com as early In tlie sprlngilmo as (he season will permll niid irets up nt dawn to go Into iie Holds and tickle Its spread Ins roots with n double shovel plow. In midwinter be smoke his corncob pl liefore a corncob fin', l-ookliis Into n ImhJ of glowing enilsr through a blue haie of the smoke of Intense burned to Mondamln. lie returns thanks for the rornmeal In the cupboard and dream happily of the "ros'n ear" of the golden summer to rome. Ill ap preclutlon of the value of Indian corn Is hluh. Ills affection for It In Its vari ous forms is abiding Louisville Courier-Journal. Argyll and Longfellow.' The great Duke of Argyll was visit ing his son. then governor general of Canada, and met I.ongfellow In the American poet's ancient colonial man alon at Cambridge. Mass. As they sat together on the veranda the duke per sistently asked the names of the vari ous birds he saw tind heard staging In tho poet's trees as well as of the How era and bushes growing In his exten sive aud beautiful garden. Longfel low was neither botanist nor ornithol ogist aud did not know. "I was surprised to Cnd your Long fellow such an Ignorant person." said the duke subsequently to an Amorlcan acquaintance. "Indeed! Pray, on what subject?" "Why. he could not tell me the panics of the birds and flowers to lie beard and seen In his owu garden." "May 1 ask bow many languages you sieak?" the American asked. "Certalnly-bnt one." "Mr. Longfellow." was the answer. "speaks six and translates freely from ows him upi uud be W seen uo , aimuHt 8p, the languages of Europe.' until the suuset hour come -aln.-Kciiiiebcc Journal. VV. A. WATKINS I1ISUSAHCE of All Kinds PHONE 232 Office West of Court H,Us-. U'e have the I.afiest and hwcllet line of nuiUHE FRAMES IN BUYAN Framing- quickly anj neatly J.me Try Us Phone 35 Smith's Studio I'p- 1 o-Wnv I 'hot oe rap furs Fcr Sals orTrsil;. WyldewooJ Hi,-, ding Jiam and 3 U the best sin s in the South consist ing 'f r!.,ndwood :il0, Wyld-wfi. i-ivi nnd Jie Pallcy. a lVrche iou .!rft It.rse. Also ttandard bred v. nr i ly Wjhb-w,..d My a,,u a weaniluK ..!.! co!t ,y !i'f!t,-ooH r T CONFIRMED PROOF. e j nc.ioenis or Bryan Cannot Doubt What Has Been Twice Proved In gratitude for complete relief from iclRM an.l pains of bad backs from have publicly recommended Duan's Kidney pjiu. Residents of Hryan who o testified years agj now sav tholr cures wrfi permanent. This testimo ny (loniuy proves the worth of IVmn's Xiduey mis to Ilryan kidney suffer- ?rs. Mrs. R U. Roberts. Moseley, Stre-.-t. -iryan. Texas, sayj; "A year ago 1 e a icsiimonial in which I told of the hem fits I Imd derive ! Iimii ttmns Kiduey Pills. I giad y r -new that tntenient now. realizing ;j,at so many arsons are In need of a reliable kid- i y remedy. For sixteen years I was victim of kidney complaint an.', at ni'-s I had Kht B(tarks of ,htM1 -ccnie s ur aud painful. My kl.lnejf '"" n'-'r' d'-rr l. T V n-i I'.e pi.,, r the s-H-retion wer Irr.giil:-. Wbt-n heard of Doan's Kidney p.Hn. I oh ;,i 1 '"X from Kmmel & Maloncys Irn? store ami they en' In ly n llevr II". I have sino onp.yi.J oxcellejil e'llth an,! have no tn-ithle whntevrr io:n my kldnes e: back." b Duttermeking. rabs so Interesting de omau's duty Is dairy ull other ojicrations. i old fashioned aud make butter, for epskiu is blled a ring in tilt 's Hat on the Aft Among the . partiueut of w work. This, like is carried out of a patriarchal pluft. Tc lustauee. a smal sbt. wltb milk and tl.yf to . wall. The woman then si. flHr and rocks It to auJ fi balls of butter In-liii to tori. Tbee grow larger titid larger . cumulate aud are finally brouflL as one big lump. The remaining Is then boiled on ih Ore with bits, meat The male memUrs of th fm. Iy now -tiuie together. A large dlsb Of cooked rice is titueed before them nd the boiled milk nonreri nr.. i rben. making balls of Hie mixture lth his hands, each member oulcklv wallows his share and rises to wa.i Ms hands. This done, the ctria .mrt . i.,.a'KL mother sit down ond rat what the 111. 0. I M nlSfd tV iieiiseu to leave O till littK- n wltblu. and nc it out nllk of Rise of Russia. In the history of Euroe down to the middle of the eighteenth century Rus sia Is a blank. The foundation of the kingdom was laid by Iturle the Norse man lu the ninth century. In the tenth century the Russians were Christian ized, udopilng l he Greek form of Chris tianity. In the thirteenth century the Russians were completely overrun by the Tartars under Carghl Khnn. Prom the Tnrnrs Russia was deliv ered by Ivan, who lusame ar In the time of Elizabeth. It was Peter the (.'reat (l';?J I72.l who gave Russia for the firtt time a place In tho states sys tem of Europe. New York American. I Rre ! clcnt was att Abnc iir-,- nil lx-st btcvtiinu. -I !er.-d riid i f I Vnr i.i I a I'.u ii.a i,.i i.e.- ttiij will r.rt ri.n.o p,-r y.vr fI, injlng Hi: ep. n. s of c;,re. f. . , . MlJ U oulv fiV;, J f,,r a,.r,,. . f . .. ...... .... :a lirnnn. vw.i r togctlier r separnli ly . i:n J woriUl t,i!,c senn i .fli f3W in the i, .-.1 an I gho time if d'i.irsf. Tor i.ti.-cs and t, rn :s see S. VV. HIGGS. iVr sit by all Ic.il. I'rire :.c . tcr.MJPinrn Oi.. r.jj;ffalo. Xerv :le .ver.f fer :-e Pr ltr d . ' - .1 '-"t- i;a;i. i iirmn s-ai no ) her. Hsti and Old Aoa. in 0n-iiint' t lie- seniles one SuiuIst c.uuj u:.. puslor of one of tin. fni. hiUHble chm. i,.s ui : -For f tir.-.. s,t... ""e asKet tlie women In this. cuurcu to remove their hats during service. My npH-ul has been Ullliewl eU. and i.ow s.e wliereln I was wrong. I was Inconsiderate of tl- cumforts of tt, Hl, inMrni . I huve made a new rule. Hereafter all women or forty years of a, or over will lie Vrmuiod to wear tlieir Inns durliij the service." Within twenty M-onds everj- woman in me i inir. li was bareheadid. ili-s' Home Journal -141 tO' i'H'V of pa.'C't .t&M. lowrtd to loT-to they m- re rciJtv of fpmla w w hll.'P The Mistletoe. The mistletoe Is a Iiruidical contrl tlou to Christmas. It was held In t feneration by the Irulds In an l.ngland. andathe cutting of It ended by sacrificing and feast- weird Incantations the priest h on which the mlstle- away witn a-mute i . "ictal being nl- Jf, 'wigs fell ''O -.atitlo y aiv It. bModest C'V Dry Sp'i't 'iKJ, a!! kimls de livers J in any cjuanrtv. Phono - - 339 J. B. HlfJES All Kinds of I8SURAHCE T2!phont 161 up-tiain in trio parser bu.Mi.ij I dver haswell'8 book stoe OH. ALG.i BEr.EOrt'. DENTIST A Prue Wjtchdoo. '::::!! ... ' ma,,.- (i ",Hl u,,l,-l,.i.. . Willi l-ul. Lnnn -S u (lor U'l., i . , ....7- . "'sy..ur crt. It ,liH led, , ,t,"Ul W,,v he WabUrgI..rd..w by the throat .m ... ui-. tn ..am n Hit doii Tatier. nih bis tall.-; JuJs Better Djd Then Ed.ton. e-How ,l,i r,, , Ing Prisoner -l'y'w,,!,,, . . or. Juk Ami whji '. for? Wou.d you mind teliiDL. mm i.u oner-Xot at all. J wrlu, for money utn home. -Judges Library. Iteis.rler- i aioi "umic ycA, chleflv sjtlrll ,t'' i' ""ff-ssfc recr? j:.7ilnen tS,,,U' ""!,,",-lir rly t heredity, j-oum ,, . ' ' " ' no . creu'i, r,r it w(ln tev. r. "J rTJ ; nmblilon. .rd m ' ' ' ;,;'''it. fi and I h::p, n-ned tc ''"" those qiia!iiir3ti,,i,.-rhic. 1 ,""""'- r. r- . inc. Mrs. Fn-s, -k-l lean. '"' x'1' "mf I I'-H. Smith n I f Mary J, w Wl'r" T t!.v marrlc ly.t i'.:..:ih. :- . Ju-. , inn. tr h; . in.-r.e : n't .' siwl nohodr th e jht: '-'l-'tl. 'h. : don't kn. -w: I'll ir r fi I a whole t iK r In-fore h k n.'vl",i marrlej a i::ntl l THE DED REGISTRATION MID DEFOSIT -ID OF TEXAS i Provides a New Sasejuard for Policy. Holders of the SOUTHWESTERN LIFE IIISURAIIGE GOUPUCi DALLAS, TEXAS Which has, in the interest of all its policy holders, accepted the pro visions of this !aw, as evidenced" .by the fallowing certificate: ' Depart men! of INSURANCK AND HANKING. State of Ttxa Auttin. October 2.'?, VW. Ketfied of Souihsetern Life lnursnce ("oinpiny, for d-,oii under the protiMon o! "Crhapier 25" o( the? Art of Iht Scont Called Srion of the '1 hirty-Kirat lulature of the Slale ol Trxa, cuiitir in which the rrwrve aluei of all miutaiiding Milicir iMicd by aid Company ate inveted, s honn bv iiieiej tclicdul hvrtlo attached, lo-wil: Kirn Moil-Jcrs on Krai Kistr, worth at lesvl double the amount loioe l thereon, Ha Hundred Koriv-Four Tliouniid Nine Hundied r illv Nine and 13-I'I0 Dollars (tSH.'m.H). . thos. n. love, Coiiiiiii'e.ioiirr of Immano and Hanking of the State of Texat. Bv dcpoMtitiK with the Jtaic f Texas Over Five Hundred Thousand Dollars In securities,' which have bwi approved hy tho State of Texas, the SOUTIIWI STI KN I.IKF. INSURANCE COMPANY has voluntarily made mure ret the security of its KXISTINll policy holders, as well as adi'ed a further "uara'it-'C to tS" pmtccri.m otfert'J to new applicants for insurance. J0t B. 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