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We ore Perfectly Equipped tor ' M$ 1 1 Wj 1 R. A "ii , IV .wtVastj tttiSj V-;--; mi - - --'..) MISS IDA M. SNYDER, Treasurer of the Brooklyn East Cnd Art Club. .KNSTRUAL lrn(n- laritie are pener ally the beginning of a woman' trou- 11m. With the vitality at a low ebb, the Hood weak ened, the digestion disor dered, the flue aliout ralo faced, hollow-eyed anfl ii.ip pard, a piteou cnntrait to the b loo mini? health of her former self. Hut ow 1.000.0X) womtn have f"iind health acain by t;iktii- Wine of Cardui. A a regulator of the lnrnitruul period Wine of Cardui hai never been known to fad. It ha seldom failed to restore CTfi.t-t health, even in the moil pertis nt and nir'ravati'd ca of weaknes. Mis Iila M. Snyder, of No. 'o.& fler pen. Street, Hrouklyn, N. Y., ha used Wuie of Cardui and the My it helped her into a new life. Health to Mii Snyder ii worth a preat deal. Flie it an attractive youni woman with intel lectual attainment wid flie uvupie the position of Treasurer of the Urook lyn lln.il Knd Art Club. Thie poeition mark her at a proon of intellect, cul ture and refinement and it ipraki hiphly of the respect and trust her fellow women hare in her. She write: MIf women would py more attcatioa WINE of CARD J. W. BATTS, Rtal ita( Jgtnt. Hit Id offlo the only tt of tbctrta book of Braso eoanty land UU. FOR SALE. About l'l-'i aerm located on mile Inim eourt limine. 25 acre in rultlvn tjnit nild linlaiien III pnt.lirn. Fenced with wire. Price al.VO.iO. Atxmt 400 ace- of potttnnk laud In north enxt part of county at i'l.M an acre. AImiu ite and rnnqimrfr acre near echo. lioue in eoiitlieaitt part jf t wn. hr..ill ... coftaife, tenant hne an 1 ell on preinieee. l'rlc 7. 8lx ro,-m luitian and two lota of -ml located four block, from . Htreet. Mnck cUtern on pre m. I'rlee Wm. Oiim rjcarter block near Allen Acn demy. Kant front. 1'rlco f.'5o.(Ki. Tenne eKy. One half of block tieur Allen noadetny. I'rlcH i.Mm. Ixt mar ecliool lioime at tl'iO each. Alxnit 11 ncr' of liiml on aoutli II of town. L'ood new room hoii-e with wll. cittern and out-home. Trlcw IU!0. 4-room lioue, with piuitry. ball and t wo irall Tien. Tub cl-fern. lor id well, htulile nud ir-'inh'ii. I.oi-at-el I lil.M'kn from ( 'our' hoii'. 1 1 -1 1 1 -t for mki per month. Triee (i'.mm. FnrAI F HV LAMAR BETHEA Son'-'Miir to M'ltifn t" e, Roal Estato Agent. Will Hell Him .'oclllln two tttory l)Oll cheap. Will nell oU In north wehtem part of clt v. to colored peojde. Inli lota at 'd-'i.OO. coriM-r b.m at :Cil. I ti'J acre on Wlvmi creek known na 1'enrHon place, I I neri n 'n culilva-' tlnn. All creek hotloiu land except SitcroH. (I I place lor party want. In if Hinall farm. Oolnir elieap. lllXInereig I creek bottom land, 0 teiwtiit liouxea. b0 acre lii cultiva tion, all rich land, everlantlnu water. Will nell for 110 per acre, or trade, t n i ir i!"i acre anywhere went of the ltra.oM river. 1,'tii acre In Helinnce Mctlb meut, n Well of (-'"! water, good Heveii-r o lioii-e, barn and crllm. ri acren in cultivation and under fence. No fenco around rent of land, t'losn to food church and Heboid. Will well for il'nO. "'I eany tenna. Wacreeof land; 40 acre in cultl Tat Ion, fl lllllee went of town ; good ft room liou4e, rrilix and liarim, well of gtod water, a food fence around place, (lolnir at $'. ). M acrH of north corner of Ibh JohiiHon (ilace, nil iinibT fence; .'15 acre In cultivation. :i room houite, on rnl) and aiiioke-hoiiNe, good or rhard. Selling for f.'iiln. Kaay term. Other land too nutiieroiit to mention. i nrai Mi U M. tiflir. rSr-'i Ti rm rr?w ysr-rwf-w w-r rm W liNBERTAUING AM) to their health we wou'd have more happy wive, mother and daughter, and ii they would tne more Intel lijtoce in the matter of medi cine, observing results, they would find that the doctors' prescription do r.ot perform the many cure they arc given credit lor. "la consulting with my druSXbt be tdvbed McKlree' Tine of Cardui and Tbed ford' Black-Draught, and so I took it and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health, end it only took three month to cure me." Von may fwire the Mme Hiff a Mis Snydisr, if you take W ine of Cardui a ahe tixik it. Thedford'i Mack liraugbt i the cump:uiiun medicine of Wine of Cardui and it it a liver and bowel regulator whieh assist greatly in elTiftinj a cure. If you take these medicine according to direction, the relief and cure i limple. Some cases are cured quickly and other take longer because the disease ha run longer. Remember bow Mia Snyder tnok Winea of Cardui and ha health. The tame medicine are offered you to-day. VI A million suffering women Lave found relief in Wine of Cardui. Down by the Rio Grande Till" ANNUAL i: FNT OF TWO NATIONS Yaqui-George Washington The "Laredo's" Some years nlnce t heYit izeim of f.uredo, Texas II nd New l.ill'eilo, Mexico, cohci ived tin' id a of lltlllik'I.V ceb-liratllig lie urge Washington's Itirlliday (February 1TJ) by Hiiitabbi ".Mexlcan-Ainerl-cau" Ibslas and pitrailis, mnl from n Miuill xoiirce tMs Ims trow n ton M MiMI ICKN I' AN Nl'.M. MVI-iNI" iiusurpiiMSfil in lis splendid Hiirroimd iu-s and in-teri-Hilnir particulars ly anything of it Hlmilar nut ure. I uteriiat loii'il iu its character. located on tin' liord'T 1 i 1 1 between t he ( ireitt It' i mi Mil's, iicoiirriog at II m-asoli of the year when busi ness cares pres lightly, and at. a tililo Wlli-ll Weather ColldltlollH III that, locality are Ideal, this event olfcr unsurpassed Inducements to the pli'iixlire Meeker. This year the festivities, will connist of two days continuous festivltlen, February li'.'nd and 2 trd, and the program, which is very elaborate, will coniprisn many ncwand Interest lug features among which in ly h uientioueil Famous Spanish hull Fights, (irand Cattle hoping ('ontests, torchlight parades, eir.bodylng typical Mexican and Indian fea ture. Naval tire work, Sham llatfle and Capture of the city by the Indians. Military drills anil display Kvnlutlons. Historical I'au'cauU ami Trades Display, Flower carnival, band and musi cal contests, etc. For thin occasion low excursion rate, will b In elTect to Laredo, also for the benefit of those who desire (0 Hue more of Mexican life nud customs, arrangements imve been made for sale of excursion tickets to MONTF.UF.Y. MEXICO with ten (10) day' limit, permit ting Mop. over at Laredo In order to witness the International celebration. For further particular, call on ticket agent, or write, I). J. PlUCH. (1. P. 4 T. A., t. A O. N. It. K. Palestine, Texas. V. tod offer ikl.lrd lei-rlor ind lha mod eomplet Un of Cof fin', CukcU, Hurlal Rob-, ttt, to bs found la tlr-.n. Cll nwerd promptly t U tuura, djr or nigliL I'hon U Lirrrjrnun anil l'ni"iikrs. Weak Hearts Are due to Indigestion. Ninety-nine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It almple Indiges tion. It i a acienulio fact that all caae of i heart dUease, not otgamc, are not only traceable to, but are the direct result pf Indi gestion. All food taken Into the atomach which fall of perfect digestion ferment and well the stomach, pull. eg It up agalnatthe heart. Thl Interferes with tb action of the heart, and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ become diseased. Mr. D. Kiubl. of NmJ. O.. urti I kd ttaruck trcuDi (Ai wts in bti mi I had kort traubla villi n. I tx Kalol DHf " Cur tor tboul lour muoiai tist It curi m. Kodol DigeU What You Eat and relieve the atomach of all nervous train and the heart of ad pressure. DottlMoalr. t.00 Sl hN.linf 2S Urn th trial Mi, which Milt In bCc. Prepared by K. O. OeWlTT CO., CHI0A0O. id ly Dr. N. M. Mol)()U( AL..' XVAG tUPuf.3. .Ii- I'ainilv llr Ml f Itrlrnas of lirritl llr ll .i.i y. New Orleans. Feb. :i Rex. appear ed riding in a superb ihurlot at the head of a flue pneai.t. The subject presented was "Fetes am) Feast" on twenty-two surpassingly beautiful floats. Mythology, liihlleal lore an1 ancient lil'rnture furnish material for denlijns The costume were rl h am) artistic and a quarter of a million people paid homage to the merry mon arch. Miss niiv!t. Admiral S' hl'y an fieneral Wheeler wltneiked the parade from point- J vantage and were ob Je ts of tlliien attention ,tln Roose velt and Mis Root will on Thursday go for a brief stay at Avery' Island (ir-al t rowil ! Mobil. Mobile, Al.i. Feb 21 -The Mardl Ora festivities wer attended tjr crowds far exeedins; any previous tar nival. Several oi leties paraded on ai elaborate s ale. EXCITING SCENE. Wnmsa lilriillllv Man at lbs Mardvier f Hr M.i-r, Toledo. O.. Feb. '2 '.-"That's the man who split my sister" bead open That the man who killed my lter! That man there there! " tried agel Johanna Sullivan In court, when Ad Wade was brought Into the court mom to he tried on the charge of murd'Tlni? Kate Sullivan. The Sulli van murder ha; In in the most pro found my.itery the Tolelo police have had to "hai with In years. The crime was committed two yi am ago. Th vii :lms were splnstir s!-ters. Tie y -e e iit:.nkel In their home Just out i,e the 'ity limits and robln-d after Kate S.i!'lv;n had been hruta'.ly mur dered. Johanna Sullivan escaped and raw led a mile for assistance, hleedln? profusely. The arrest of Wade created a fenuii'e sen-. itlon lu re, au I the civirttooni Is too Hinall by fir to ac ciinun i I.Ue the crowds which have flo ked here at the opening trial. The Slleiri- I Identltb ation ere.itei no little cxnteriieiil In the iimrt. CANEVIN CONSECHATEL). it, Ileiain Coj.ljiil.il- lll-liop of Hi l)li rmm ui I lll.lituy I'lttsbunr. Feb. .'I With all the Fph ndor and soiennntv of the Itoniio Catholic i hun h Iter. 1". ( ui Canevln was eonsei rated as oadjutor hiihop of the Pittsburg dioreso The (ireUlonv was he. ti the lath'dral. which had been elaborately decorated for the oc casion. An hblMiop l" J. Uyan of riiiladelphia ollli laied as ronsei rator and celelirant at mii' th ai nias, a usted by Ari'bbihhop i:bh r of Cincin nati and lllshop I'hel.in of Pittsburg IU. It'-v. Donahue, bit hop of Wheeling, preached the sermon. Am an evidence of the high esteem In which Itlshop Canevln Is held he was presented with a purse of liu.O'M). of which $r.ouo wa from the congregation of St. Paul' cathedral nnd $.Mnm from the clergy of the diocese. All vestments were the gin cither of ft lends or societies. W'sHhlnctcuT-Feb" .4 There ha been more talk of compromise on the! statehood bill. It was generally unu derstood that what was known aa the Sp'suier compromise, being the two state bill drawn by the Wisconsin sen ator, would be satisfactory to the lie publican. The term of this comprom ise have ben Klven heretofore, save that the provision for the state of Monte-uina provides that before Ari ton a can be set off ss a separato stato the population of Montezuma must be 700,000, of which :ino,000 should be In Arizona The Democrats, while talk Ing In a conciliatory spirit, said that they had little hope that the Republi can proposition would be acceptable to them. Meld a Kerrpllna. St. Trtersburg. Feb. 24 Ambassa dor McCormlck and Mrs. McCormlcit held a reception of Americans In honor i of Washington birthday. Aalaaa lrlltlM. There are many auiuials that tbe to perstltloun consider It unlucky to kill. Among them umy la nieutlone a lady bird, a uinrtiu, a rohln, a sunk and a tnoney spider, while to Uil a wren means that you will lreuk a bone be fore the yer la out. Many auiuials are also auppnW to herald death, and su perstition In thl dlnvllon ure mo nu merous that ouly a few cau be Iticn tinned here. The most coiuuioiily known I the clicking or tapping of tlie U-etle culled a death watch, which Is rei'kolietl lis Ml ollicii of death to Home one in the luiiin'. The howlliiK of a dg at nlubt ncur a douse la supposed to predict the dentil nf it rick hiiiiute. us nli the seltlni; of a while plk'oii on a house Lxxlcs death to some one In the bouse, while, ncalu. nil old savin;; among the superstitious runs, "No M'rou cnii die on a bed or Illow iniit. lining the fculhers of a wlilte pigeon." That the piawlng of furniture by rat pn'siiKin death la ulso a common uH-rstitlon. To meet certain uuiiiiul Is considered lucky, while to meet oth ers Is the reM'isc. For Instance, tu lliei't a how with u litter of plus la very lucky, but it Is unlucky If a sow crosses a traveler's path. To imi't a weasel Is lucky, but Hhould a bare run across the road lit front of you It MUgurt bud fortune. ! (be lllll- Too alrUr. Will Iw, tlie painter, told a ntory of the I .ii 1 1 ii ipmrter ibij s of KolN-rt I-otil MeveiiMiii, l.o;V and Stevenson were treat frletiils iii their youth. Their frli inUlilp Indeed continued up to the time of the writer's dentil. "Uuiis," said the urti-t, "was no less diplomatic than brave, lie nuld l fiery, and he could ulso be cracloii and pnclllc. tine inlit, I reliieuiher, we nat lu u garden In Moiitinarlre. The retl wine bad Imm-ii MowIiik pn-tty tnny ly, mid one of our party got heated und ntk'rcsslve. "Finally Home one said a thing that this Auditing chap disliked. As kisui us the words were ssikeii be grnhtesl up a bottle ami burhsl It at the other's bend. It wn n strong, true shot nnd would have bit the mark bad not Ste venson sprung to hi feet and caught the missile. "Tut, tut, Oeorge,' be said to the thrower; 'tut, tut. If the Imitle la passed mo ipilckly, iione of us will Is able to stand out the evening. New York Tribune. Ileasoa Be llapar. What Is the use of being at odds with the world? What Is the use of lielng blue and dessuulent? The world Is full of trial for us all-bus plenty of trouble and worry to baud out even to the test of ll from time to time. Hut there would be no nci-d for im-u nnd women we could nil le IhiIm-sv If there were no itreat life problems to solve, no burdens to Ix-nr, no sorrows to lire down. These are the balance wheel of life. They are the trial we have to face lo order to strengthen us and broaden us to the optMirt unities and the real happiness that rlcbes do not command nor poverty bar. New York Mail und Fxpress. The llailrr Mn la llaabt. The resviil St. Andrew's dinners, no cordlnif to the Westminster tiu.i'tte, June U-cti noteworthy for the profu sion of Sinli h stories, which In several cases fairly set the tables lu a rour. Some of them hue un iimieiit rn.K'. but there Is one that Is perhaps not generally known. A dis-tnr was lit teudiiiK a dancerou case where a Scotch btltler was eiik'MK'l. "u cnlllni; In the forenoon he t-aid to linnald, "I hope your master's temperature Is much lower tislay than it was lat iil;;lit." "I'm no' see very sure ulsmt that." replied the butler, "for he dee'd this morning." An A-.ta.orll?. peter MeArthiir vasonx talking Willi a friend when be ipiolisl niiother man ns n iiiiaiiiial authority. Ills friend ih-pUted Hie ll-'l.t of the M-roll illoled to be nusatfr d nil expert. Mr. McArtbur ! 1 1 i -1 I tli.it t!.e iii.iii bad a rlht to speak like no oraele. "Wliat Is your detiiiltioii of nn au thority '!" nskisl his friend. "My Idea of mi ni.thority," rctortiil Mr. McArtbur. "Is a person who bluff ln-yotid my limit." Slrnlm-.l II rial lima. It tisik plais lu a il. iiy. The dairyman was Kiurltig large ijuaiitltles of milk through a 11 no wire fii'ttinir. There were ihIitoIm'S In the milk. tuber microbe by the huiulri-d were sitting on the edo of the i nn k slid guyly liHiklng on. Their relation were being strained. Italtlmore Aiin ricaii. ' Selene la lli lleaear. Housekeeper lias llliv wiy l.ii-n dls coveri'il to kill the pests that ib- troy t'lirpelh? tireat Scientist-Yes, uiailain. Take lip the carpets, hung thein on n hie and bent them with a heavy Mick. "Will that kill Uo Insects?" "Yes, madam, If you hit them." After lh Kael, What n pity It U tlmt our lenrned nntliroiolot.'lsts never il.seuver ilmt n inn n Im rrlinliuil eyes, mouth, enrs lid liose until sfter be tins i-iuiiiiilttisl murder! Oh. scleuee. bow ninny frnuds lire perpelnited lu thy helpless name! New York Press. 1'nlnlr-a I'olll-s. RufTenT-lio rou null ti-etu without fnlnT Dentlst-U'ell. not nlwiiys. I :'':ilii ed my wrist Inst time I pulled u tooth and it burls me yet oit'iniouiilly. It Uinkes some men pufiub-j In I e (!: friend of a rlell limii tb.HI II ll;:i!.ese!l. cr men to be rli li. ANNOUNCEMENT 1902-03 A DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE Lllectivc Nov. i5 NEW ORLEANS -A- Southern Pacific (SUNSET KOU1E) SUNSET LIMITED Everyday of the week; superb jervice; C(impartment.iibservationand dining cats; day coaches and chair cars. Pacific Coast Exorcss Daily; day coaches; chair cars; I'ullman sleepers and dinintj'cars; meals a la carte; excursion sleeping cars throtiRh from Washington, Cincinnati, Chicane St. liiis, Kansas City, and New Orleans 40 BfH MORSP, M I. POUniNS. T 1 ANDFPHOS, Piu. Trtf. Mitr. lien. I's HOUSTON, UvJI r & & & OIL! E6JPI0N Eupion is sold by the following dealers: 1 .si Bryan Grocery Co; Kile. Itroi; Sander ltro. A Co; Cols Hrsj Tin. W. HI Kirn; O'o. V. Hlpirs; D. C Zuber; S. II. Allphln; J no. M. Ijiwrencs A Co; V. K. Saunder; Dansby & Danshy; Howell Hrotbers. J. 11. Mswhluney- 0 tQ SUITINQS. OVCKCOA75, TR0USKRINQS. 0 fQ; The display is very roirplt-te, embracing nil 1g q tlio new desipna and coloritps. Thene will be very pojmlnr during the coming M-aoii. 0 J0IIX WITT. MAN, The Tailor. g , - - . oiao mm mm Now is'tlit time to order! We are Lo.al Am fits for The Ri P. MANUI'ACTUHINti STATIONtPS l.itlmi'rapliers and Ulank Hunk Makers And are prepared to take your of OFTICE STA T ION CRY to order. This arraneinrnt K south practically at your door. 1 THEGBRYANEAGLE. to PACIFlC.Coost A Tkt. AKt- TEXAS. AmI. Oo. f us. Aft. d The Best on Earth. o Ready For Inspccilon.g Arrival of fabric within jfcfy the past few day has practically com p 1 e t e il our stock of Q Exline Co. DALLAS. TEXAS order for anything in tlie way whether recul.tr .stock or made places tlie largest stock in the Phone us and we will call.