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" 7 .i AND SO DO UORE THAN HALF A MILLION OTHER PEOPLE BKCAL.K IT IS THE BEST. OAK OHAIJTY HIOH. i OAK PRICE MODERATE. Complete line of these celebrated Stoves just received and for sale only by COLE HARDWARECO. WHY? Tke nam On MlaaM Caawe Car retleeaa mark b erx anaut. It tirim N Ml flnl ee the XJCOU iMntrat rifht waare ta Df trauMct la Ih larast er aWp Mta4 ea Ik af a, eaatror1 tfc ailcroea or cauf a farm sad clearlof lha aklefm. Ooa MlruU Court Car o aeJ iaatror a lha a aaaa term, and cieara aul their Bolaaa, but II free attar rk and etaaUdta to lha daHeale atentbeaaea Mc Bested lha threat aa4 kih Open tfca U aaaaacaa and aroraotae iaobalrvela4 traathlaf. Caaasa tS stood to receive It aatural eanalr d acrtaa. that aalUtaratlaff lha pulraanary nui srftll euci (trancta and ateaa taat lha knaa and breachlal kital hprnfnn hulrHia MallM tba I MBIklll ai dla aaaa. Asthma. Brooch It! . La Grippe, Cold ea lha I Lanta and all Pulmonary Camp lata thai ara oirakal tal re f Jtck.f parad br Ua eae WE COUCH CURE rVaparad by I. 0. DaWITT CO., Ohlcaf For Hale hy Ktnniel A Maloney. SAN ANTONIO THE cut itiiacniE A t In ine to visitor. Nov. Isth to 19th. inc. Will Korcri'Ukly Hitertaiu with their (treat INTER NMTIONiL FAIR Greatest K x li I h i t r-ver sent from tin Hiptiblie of Meiloo, headed hy the World-Fa mou J'rthidtiit Diaz's Hand. I.&G.N.R.R. Will A it With Extremely Low Excursion Rates. See A ran tar Parti fr. ST2A0ILY DISAPPEARS. Statement of De. Whit Ar Being Sue- timed Right Along. Nrw Orleana, tvt. . Italn fl here Inheesanlly for twenty. four hour and 11 Military work had to be suspended, but the fever altuatlon continue It Improvement. tti clean death sheet on fund? rmpliaalzlng the statement hrretotfore made In these, dlspatihe that there were fewer rases of actual yellow fever developing- than wrr twin teadlly wiped out. For the week end In Oct. 7 the total ai 17 new cae and twenty-two 'death r-ported against 183 new case and 23 death In the preceding w.- k, thla ahowlna; beln the heat aim the flrat week of Au fuat. From all Infected polnta In th country rim report of attiidy pro- rreaa. iioni regiMteri ara beginning- to well ugaln. ahowlnir poople elwwhi-re are ovrcomlnic ft-ara concernlne; dan ger here. There were twenty-aeven nr- rlvula from various purti of lha country at ono hotel on Hun. lay. The InMu cr iople from Louisiana polnta con tinue, and there are additional aaaur nee that within the next ten day im-re win be a relaxation of tiuarun tine o far a they u fleet paaxenKr trafflc. Four New Orl.-ana theater op-ned on Sunday, Riving day and evening performances. There wa landing room only at each of them. There were no admlnalnna. no deuth and no dlachorge reported by the emergncy hoapital for the twenty-four Hour ending Parly Monday. The ho pltal la caring for two more people from Roetta. Mia., In addition to the fam ily ent thure laat week. The lateat arrival from the lnfectd town rot here Hunday and went voluntarily to the hoapltal to erve the flxe-day period of detention. AimouKn Miaaiaaippi continue a rlitld quarantine In aplte of dlxtrlhutlnn of Infi-rtlon nf that atate. an effort la to be mail to reopen communication with the gulf coaat under condition!. I-'am llle of many New Orh-nn huxlnra! men nre atlll on the count and anxloua to have liitrnoiirm- with the city. Ir. White ioiiaii t little il.tnK'T will b Involved In Hi" n'Mtiniption nf travrl ti tw--n Orli'.ina and Mls. ;l,p town. For tlie at.ite iluring tlie twenty-four hour etnlliiir with Sunday nlitht two death were r ported one at Ike Provident-? and the oilier nt Alexan dria. The latter Ik reported aa Iten lUrrlx. a tr.ttn p. who had a typical cane. Ilirrln la from Philadelphia, where Mm f.unlly I p j.ort - l to ! of fine atandlriK. (n tlw report of two of t Inmates "Ufferlri? with ) t How f - er the Mir Sea men' I :-t fM-l will transf.-r Ita Saturday nlKht concert to another hall. A care ful dl.iKnoNea. however, xhow the In Htltutlon not lnfeete.. (h,. iaxex of ih two patient hlriK' malaria. The cmerifem y hoNpllal at Vlldwool plantation. In Jefferxoii purlxh. Just nhove the city. Is now In operation. There are nineteen cnxe of yellow fe vr there, but with phyalclana find tralne.l i,ur. i tm-taiitly In alien lime It In thoui-ht the mortality will lie mall. I'p to noon Monday there wi re xevt n new caaea and no death. Hugh Decline. New York. Oct. 9. i'ha. I". Ilufhea, counxel for the Inxurarn , Invextiuallng committee here, declined the JtepuMI- ran nomination for major. NO DEATHS SUNDAY. Thia I the Second Day When Na 0" Ha Paaeed Away. New Orlenns. tvt. . There -ie in death Sunday up I'll o'cI.k k li l'-' evening. Nineteen new cane wei. i.--ported. Thla la th? aecond time dmii'd the preaent yellow fevr VlMllalloli mil day ha paxxed wlthffit a death S t 11 being the Other (MCaaiitit. A footnote to the oflhlal report that Mr. John Puffy died Filial, an th? doctor' certitli ale. given Satiitd IITTCR TO LEADERS. tanalate Piatt Wntas te a Number of Prenjiinant Republican. New Voik. t M. rf nalor Thoa, PUll. lha 't'linea. I aendlng out Die tv II , In r letter li leader. Ileuten Hiit mi l ie tnlti d .iU- worker ldh 'iihi Ih j ,r iti.-v may UI) .lie colintle of th He geatlon of the brain. Thla i uv- h been dlagnoaed a yellow fever on ik S by a marine hoxpltal aurgeon, and In the baala for til-! aecond i li.irxe i falling to reMirt a caxe, w hli h ha Ik-. made agalnxt Ir. Sxaliary. Among the nrw caae I u repot d on an afternoon paper, whoxe brothe waa atrlrken two daya tiefor Only all of the cax. x are a'jnve Canal atreet Ir. llrady. the medical lnxM-ctiir, xiih mltted a very Intcrexllng report on the situation In St. Tammany arlxh, h-i he made a thorough lnvetlgation. Il trace the I life, lion In I'ovlngtou an Abitit Sprlt'K to New Orleana, liut xa that In one place xecondary infection In evidence and In the oth-r terllary Infectlon Is due. Following ure the country report Alexandria, one death. llretna. on new caae, brought from Grand Isle. t'nlon plantation. In J-fferaon pariah, even caaes. Mlaalsxlppl report: Vlckshurg. e, ven new caaes. Nilti hex. five new case Port Otbaon, one ney caae, one death The f?ver reported from llotno t'hll to, near Hoaetta. a yellow fever, ha been pronounced malaria. There were nineteen new ca-a rpnxucola Sunday and no death. In SENSATIONAL PLAYS. These Were Features of Closing Gamai at Cincinnati and Chicago. Cincinnati National Ilas-bnll league team Sunday on the home ground won the game from Plttxhurg before lO.tiOO people, the score being 3-1 and 4-1 triple play hy the locals was loudly up pl.iudeil. At Chicago K.OOO people aaw the home t--am win two game from St Louis. Three sensational play by Mi loney of the ChlcagiHi evoked great cheering. Scores wi re G-4. and 6-3. American League. St. Louis and ( hlcago closed the son at SU I-ouln by each winning game. The attendance wa 10o0. First Chicago, G; St. Louis, 3. Second game St. IaiuIs. 3: ChlcaKo. 1. Amateurs Defeat Champions. In an exhibition game at llrookly between St. John's Catholic club and the champion Philadelphia Am-rban league team the former won 8 to 5. CONDENSED HAPPENINGS. BRIEFLY MENTIONED. has been r mimed on Sues railway firemen Office at James' Drug Store. A. L. MONDRICK, M. D. lilt Y AN, TEXAS. Special Attftition Given DiHeaKPn of Eye, Ear, Nose and Tlvoat ResiJcnce 'Phone 261 Tra (Tic rnnal. M-xIcnn Central went vt em on strike. T'oximaNier Iiaggett of JuHtln. Tex was found dead In bed. II. I) Clark was xtrui k by a train nt Piallax and IkiIIi l-gs broken Death of C. L Herbert, a leading Ardniore attorney. Is announced. A llrxt-cl.ixs (orpedobout for Turkey was launched lit Chalon. France. Hx-Treaaurer Starr of the Cherokee nation pass-d away at Tahleuah. Pasengra may now enter Missouri from any state without certificates. Orient railway execta to be running train into Clinton. Okla.. by Jan. 1. J. W. (Sill, a boy. died at Chester. Pu., from Injuries sustained In a football game. Terrell, Tex., claim gout) population, reported by p:.rty taking census for directory. Declaring her husband slandered hr. Mrs. Martha Fannon nearly pulled u.id cutout her lord's tongue. Mflflfi LM W UU IW SALOON Established 18 7 0 -lha beat brandt of- Wines, Liquors and Cigars Sob leaJNjg Brand SIL.HS V. JO if XS OX T.-i R K E H 'RYE M 0X1 H EA L RVE OR TEX1 H I 7ty E Tour Plmnc SjIUIHI E . R O H D E Propria Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE DENTIST OfNCB: OVER HAS WELL'S BOOK 8 TORS W. C. FOUNTAIN Dentist. Crown and Bridge work a spc laity. Office up-stairs over Burt NorwDd's store. A train struck an automobile mar Mlddletown. N. Y. Two persons were killed and two otli"rs hurt. After posing forty years n a man It develops "Charles" S. Haubroimli ol Trinidad, Colo., I u w oman. In a fight with fifty citizens neat Willi Itoxe, Miss., one bandit was klllei nn 1 two mortally woiimled. Santa Fe road want Sulphur. I. T citizens to donate $20,MH for a line from Davis to the Choctaw Coal field In kindling n fire with kerosene neat Hoi kdale, Tex., the fourteen yar oh) daughter of D. D. Demure burned U death. Near Manor. Travis county. Texas Frans Wehlman and Paul Mlchaeili hail a difficulty resulting In former be Ing shot to death. An operation wa successfully per formed on a font nt Merlin of il.irones von Sternlicrg. wife of (irrmim iimh.ix ador to I'nlted States. Fight at a festival on the Rountre ranch, four mile from Rosebud. Tex resulted In Jim Polk being killed am! Jack Coleman fatally cut. Hody of Mr. J. S. Wynn wa fount! at her home In Sour I-ike, Tex. Ilei husband said thVy had a quarrel, but he shot heraelf. Verdict was sulcld? Fearing a lynching, James Fowlker a negro, charged with criminal aaaault on a white woman nt Clinton. Ky., wat tried on a train and given ven year Illinois Central railway ha pad! $130,000 for terminal at Birmingham Ala. It hold option on 1500.000 more property and will oon enter that city. Father Pinto celebrated at Kl Paac the fiftieth anniversary of his ordina tlon to the prl"slhoo.1. H I superloi of the Jesuit In Colorado. New Mexico and west Texas. Willie visiting the Wharton. Tex., oil mill the clothing of Miss Irene Nott be. came eutaiiKlnd In machinery and aim was so violently thrown agaluxt tin ground that death soon ensued. Ilecause n knife waa dirty Robert Hertxog of Merlin and hi wife had a quarrel and the woman wiis killed the husband throning the knife nt hi and the blade penetrating her breast. Judge W. S. Robson died at Lagrange Tex. lie waa a Mason and Knight oi Honor and nt one time held a high po sition In the International grand lodge of the Ancient Order of United Workmen. At Iexlngtnn. Ky., Dan Patch paced a mile in LlOVi. dipping three- fourtht of a second from hi own and tlx world' "record. Ten thousand xpicta ttrs were present and wrap and halt were thrown In the air. President McCall of the New York Life Insurance company must make restitution of the 1141.702.50 h testified to having contributed to Republican campaign fund or company will tie ruled out cf Missouri. Thirty day It the limit. C. T. Hunter of Marline, Tex., ha filed bankruptcy petition In Federal court at (ialveston. Liabilities are placed at $S2.tS2. and aaset $130.80 Principal creditor Is II. P. Drought & Co. of San Antonio, SjO.000. All leading creditor are secured. f -lln I ,i tale Nev ii. Ilu-alway. .New York. Oct . lik'i If vi'likenp'tit. please cull JT . hJ .- W . . - W ST X , aaV.S I . 1 1 .v j..,,v e,5'; ff ly E.HATOa rt-ATT. 10, 19t". If convenient. plae rail at my otllce nt o'clotk. morning If the date will not suit your tonven Isnce, notify, at.it In; objection. "T. C. PLATT." CANNOT COME. Bullet lntnded For Jim Taylor Fatally Hit Another Man. Shreveport. Oct. 9 Final hope the president' nblllty to Include Shrevcjiorl In the Itinerary of his forth coming trip south has been dllpat by the receipt of the following telegram by Mayor Querts s: "Washington. D. .. Oct. 9. lo Dear Sir Your telegram tif 3d Inxt. ha been received and It Is cordially nppr" elated. The president E Itinerary, a finally decided upon, however, will not take him through Shreveport. Very tryly yours. WILLIAM LOF.lt.' A bullet lird by Iver Woodson from the front gallery Into the reception room nt n frolic on the Allison place, Ward Fight, near Itayou Lichute, responsible for the death of Dick Cal l well, n bystander. The bullet was In tend-d for Jim Taylor. Woodson Is In Jail, t harged with murder. All parti are negroes. GREAT INTEREST SHOWN. Gates Opened Before Noon to Accom , modate Vast Throng. Philadelphia. Oct. 9.-!iit.r ( In the championship baseball race between the Philadelphia American league nn New York National league ilubs were so great Monday that the gates to the park wre opened at n o'clock lo a commodate the throngs outside. This Is a Ha-cenl ball t It y. hut for these games admix-Ion was pi. lied at cehts. As a guarantee that the games would be playd. each lub put lip with the umpire a certified i hack for $10. 000. EARTHQUAKE SHOCK. It Caused Panic, People Remembering the Recent One. Monteleone. Calabria. Italy, Oct. 9 A strong earthquake xIiim k was felt here at 10 o'clock Sunday. It caused panic among the Inhabitants, who are till In terror from the last earthquake, Lost Thirty Years Ago. New York. Oct. 9. Thirty year ago, while attending A fashionable wed ding In Hrooklyn, Miss Jennie Corwln lost a necklace of earls valued at $1100. Sunday the family announced the necklace had been returned by mall on Saturday. There wa no message or anythlnig to Indicate the Identity of the sender. Thought to Have Suicided. Haxkell, I. T., Oct. 9. The bodle of Mis Margaret Llndsey, a Haskell school teacher, and Joseph Young, from Illxby, I. T.. were found In the road three mile north of Haskell. The con pie had been dead several hour. There were no mark of violence, and It I belluved they committed suicide. Wealthy Man Suicides. Charleston. H. C, Oct. . Telling his wife he would be "down In a mlnut for breakfast. Ie Ih Ii, owner of over 200 plecca of real estate, stepped Into the bath room and tired a pistol bullet Into his brain. Captured and Shot. Guadalajara. M-., Oct. 9 F.Ieven of the bandits engaged In the holdup of Manuel Purades, shipping foreman of the Ruena Vista mine, and hi two assistant six mile west of llostotlpa- qulllo, Jalisco, have been captured and shot by the rurale. Returns From Venexuela. New York. Oct. 9. Judge W. J. Cal houn, who went to Vn?xuela several months ago as special commissioner representing the I'nlted States govern ment, returned to New York on the steamer Carara. Manslaughter Charged. Itoston. Oct. .Councilman Dorin-d- y wa arrested and placed under IJO'iO bond charged with manslaughter, his alleged victim being Palrlik J. Urlnley, laborer. Three Wive Alleged. Live Oak. Fhu Oct. 9. John W. Chastesn. an ex-Federal soldier, wn rrestad on the charge of having three llvlnf wives BULLETIN NUMBER 6 The Ureat Northeru Telrifrapli Company reports that the Chee Foo SliatiKhl cabin Is Interrupted. Iloweter this will not hare any bearing on the I I of lltATII & MILLIGAN Paints i ... iiMiiifi r ju W t-'ltll earrr a colimlete ttock at forl'Alilll, !"'' r. , all limes. ITraeut ileinan.J for Heath MHIIgan I'alnU OKKATKST ON UK CO It II 3 3 3 3 SB Better than a Job ! An accident policy in one of J NO. A. MOOKK'S companies will pay your SALARY when you arc SICK OK HURT. W guarantee to uive you the a a 1 rt'll d fl'l llPV'T - . 1!.,.. . a . Sk Ifl DCS! IltAl.lIl UK ntLII'LA 1 JiUlR) HIIULU in a a 1 .aT liryan. We nave paw our ciiMomers in me pai two years over $ I 1 ,0 0 0 for aai Jents. CAN ANYOM: IXSII O SHOW A SIMILAR KLCOKD I Jno. A. Moorefd'r. IF YOU ARE GOING TO TAUE A TRIP It woulJ be A UOOI) IDLA for you to see a representative of the 11. & T. C. R. R. A befor ioa Oecto oo route. 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