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n rJJental Science Healer Cures with his Highly Developed Sub-Conscious Vibrations, 1IITE DOVES. Feature Can-iM (ir-v.t Muvrinj and I'nM'ii'ut hi.iil d. LYNCHING IS SCOKKI) Rtfrrenre In the "KeVI Veil" la" bj rna i:&s-f:mi (ship .Near Kmiil In; In fru;i. cl Demonstration. All Chronic and Acute Rheumatism, i Headaches, Neuralgia, Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bowel Troubles, Piles, Appendicitis, Heart Troubles, Chill, Fevers, Impaired Circulation, Insomnia, Epilepsy, Asthma, Ear. Eyes, Nose, Throat and Lung Troub les, Nervous Diseases of Men and Women. Cancers, Ulcers, Tumors, Running Sores, internal or exter nal, and all diseases mankind is troubled with. Eases Pains. Headaches, and cools any Fever in 15 to 30 minutes without touching or speaking to the patient. Kub-Conacloue Vibration li developed by Mental Concent ration and It LIFE FOHCE that Dr. Hehrena uaea lu awakentmr the latent life energies la the patient that come to hi in to he Cl'HF.I). If you are Buffering, call on Mm today. CONSLLTATIO.N riiEK. IJouiton, Texaa, May IS, 'OS I was Buffering, with LaGrippeend two rlalts of Dr. Hehrena curml me. JOK MIDDLKTON. Rice Hotel Harbor Bhop. llouaton. May 13, '03 After coutiuued autforiiiir with Rheumatism In my Bhnuldera, the pain bfln ao excruciating that I bad not ben able to dreaa myself for two montha. after the flrtt treatment by Dr. Hehren. n Fb. 17. 'Hi, I could dres mylf with ease and In three troattiuuts I wu ablo to work, now I am iouhiI and well J. P. SCOHKK. Harbor. tiOS fronton Ave. Houston. IVxas. April 27. V5 About Jan. 25, o, my 7 year-old Don uller'd with enlnreil claml of the throat ami tonsils, I called Dr. H;firelia who nnvi lilin tvro traN metits, without t it at -r i . 1 in-Hii, which tIt'PtH( a pi-rmatidit mr. l WILSON, llouatou Klcctric I . liwr Hoii. Houston. April 27. 'O'i My wife w etricl;eii w ith r lyla and roul'lo't luovt) a liinl on Jan. 20, ' 1. I culled Dr. Mthrm HOUSTON' TESTIMONIALS and be cured Imr iu two treatmenU. J. K. SMITH, Houston Electric Co. Tower House Houitou, June 9, 'Vi. Dr. Hehrena, Dear Sir: I suffered yeara with lore feet and coma and after the treatment I received from you while riding oi the street car, I have been entirely cured. Respect fully yours. HEN MEYER. K)5 Colorado Street Houston, Sept. 21, '0. This i to reitify that Dr. Ifehren tnated me iu February, 'tt. for a ery bad caseof ihtvousikhs. Where others have fnlled to give Iiih relief he cured me. I was at the time l calling on him. down, and sleep whs lmpnihln My hiiHb'tud hud lost slrep at nU'tit for months, now all can ri t in pt-rtY'-t eaH. fie aUo trettd my lnoMur at the Ham tliii tor a to'vere headache and ihmi ruk'ln. Dr. Itfhn ii irave her instant relief wlille talking tolierver the phone. MRS. H. W. STRA HAN. Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Phone 162. Mrs. Le- man's Boarding House, liryan. II SALOON m msrc5 WWWL E s I adits 18 7 0 h e (1 -th Doi brandaof- Wines, Liquors and Cigars So- . La4iat Brandt SILAS 7i. JOIXSOX V.-i TIKE 71 H Y E vox1 n E.i l nys oRiEXiAi nyz TlMII Patronafa Sollcll.4 E . R O H D E Proprietor W. C. FOUNTAIN Dentist. Crown and BriJge work a pec ialty. Office up-stairs over Bun NorwT )d's store. Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE DENTIST OFFICE: OVER 1 1 A3 WELL'S BOOK 8TORS BRAGGING dovn palna are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can attack a woman, viz: falling of the womb. With this, generally, come Irregular, painful, scanty or profuse periods, wasteful, weaken ing drains, dreadful backache, headache, nervousness, dizziness, Irri tability, tired feeling. Inability to walk, loss of appetite, color and beauty. The cure u WINE OF Woman's Relief CARD U la that marvelous, curative extract, or natural essence, cf herbs, which exerts such a wonderful strengthening Influence cn all female crg.ir.s. Cardul relieves pain, rrgulstes the menses, itcps drains and stim ulates the muscles to pull the wemb up Ir.tJ plies. It is a safe and permanent cure for til female complaints. " I SUF7EfiD AWFUL PAIN' In my wnmli nnJ m iru'.," rite Mr. witm us a inns in s.trktest confiden;. ti-ISir. u nil vour trouMM. We mmJ iree J ke(in pUtn vleJ envelofe). AJ Jrei: LaJio" Aavtory Dept., Tlie InttatviocJ .VeJiviiie Co., Clutt .noa, Tetm. Nju.iiI llai.r, of Webster Orovei.V.n., "ar.J i;y menso wrte very pan 'iil nJ irr-'jiXir. Sm:e UUp Cr!ui I T -r ie a new woman, kiJ tlj nut kulior as I diJ." Little r.ok. Od. V.lin t!.o thir teen ('oiifnil'-rat an! k.t.ue nuu.tur I'nlon aohii.r who Oit-l 111 iu .ic.l dent'a exort met till imh u rIviii n hearty h.iiKlnhnke an ! v-rtij itreeilnv. He reniiik"l: TSntIempu. It 0- tn (00J to -e itie blue bil l tlie gray rl l Inj tofft,r." He ca!l-4 .uh vttruii "comrade." Aa the party entrej the City park under an anh tnrlrir tlie Inn rlptlon. Llttle Ilrk !r-ta You." l-lve Mhltv dovea were lllirtej from tin aprx of the arch, directly over the preMJrnt' carrlugf. This f-aturr rauafd greut cheering and the prealdrnt aaillrd hit appreciation. The eaerclnet at te City prk opened promptly at 11.20 a. tn. Governor IU via delivered an addrrna of welcome. In which he drew a word picture of the resources of Arkansas, touched lightly upon the race question and assured the president that the people of Arkansas were glad he lad come among them. The governor tribute to southern women was applauded by the prenldnnt. Whn reference was made by Cover nor Davla to the famous "rebel yell." the procerdtngs were Interrupted by a man ifest desire on tlie part of many In tit crowd to give a semblance of this yrll. The president eermed plias-d with the effort. Unite.-! States Plu'rl. t Judge Trl -bor followed In an nd!r- of wliium- on behalf of the i lly .f l.lttle Ho k. II declared tl.at the wo'le tit thN h'.iI.. regan1les of .1 1 t -:t I uplulnns. v. r" proud to honor President Ittio.i'vi-'t. . Th" prt "I'li'nt's owril'.ir word' "K I low Ainerl'-ar.n." produced a ren-w i! th doir. or; .trillion of weYntr.e oc-ur: l:;g as he was prr.i.nt"d. IIIh u!l-r hm-.. were f.i!lnwd cinwly bv the hiiai ii'i II ence and lit Interval". h' had to des! hll" hi. hearer. c:iv ver.t 'n tt.i-lr ( probation of hi. r'iiark.. Vlun h- !- rlnreij th it h i.vr.nce and rcpr'vu h of lynch law shnidd be driven out of the I lilted Stntx. there was tnuch earn-s' cheering. A li rge portion of the pres ident's audience w is -urn nosed of ne gro's nnl the chief executive's word. pertali.lng to lynching were appiren'Iv deeply ltnpres.lv upon them. The president's declaration that "If a pre. Ident Is worth his sslt. h"'s he presi dent of the whole country." was given so earnestly that It speedily drew for'h plaudits from th nssembled thousands The erclse ti tn turn were brought to a close nt p. m., and I the preshlentl.il party was then escort -I ed through streets densely pm-ke I with cherlng m'n. women an I hl!drti t the Arkansas Consistory, where th l luncheon was given, line hundred rep j resentatlve men of the sat sit at the I tables 4iid sveral hun Ire ! others occu pied balconv seats overlooking th" seen". At President Koosevelt's rlnlit sut lieutenant (governor Lee. fnlted States Senators Perry and Clark and flenerul Powell Clay'oti. formerly Unit ed States ambassador to Mexico, were among those orrupylng seats of honor Judge P.ose of this rltv was presented by th toiistnmster. Pre.! lent Itogers of the Hoard of Trad", to deliver the open. Ing address on "The President of the t.'nllel States." In his address Jude P.ose said that President noos"elt had proved himself the president of no political pirty. but the president of every man. woman an I child under the protection of the Amer ican flag. Th" president himself led In th applause which greted th remark and throughout Judge Hose's address he gave undivided attention. frtuently showing his approval of the sentiments Uttered. Th president was given a great ova tion as he arose to respond. A the president sat down, the curtain back of w her he ws stationed ascend ed and a tableaux was presented. Twenty-five boys, ranging In age from eight to twelve years, each attired In a sailor suit, formed a group at once attractive and lmprslv. Th smc tade won the president's heart and he gave unmistakable signs of hi pleas ure. H arose and said thnt he guessed all his auditors knw how he felt about the nuvy of th United State. 'The navy of our country," he" said, "wa the Dnlted States' 'big stick' which would never be used against the wuk unless th weak put themselves In a position when, like a bad child, chastisement was ncessarv. He added that tn "big stick" would be kept In such con dition that the necessity for Its us against th strong would never arise. Following this. Juteniiiit Governor John P. Ie responded to the toast. "The State of Arkansas." He gave the president an Idea of th stat-'e great resources and closed with an eloquent assurance t!mt the welsnm to the na tion's chlf executive was heartfelt. Hon. Morris M. Cohen responded to th toast. "The Commercial an. I As.ocl ate Interests of the City of l.lttle Hock." and In concluding he proposed a toast to the president of the United States, which was drunk standing. At 3:30 the presidential party began the trip to the Rock Island railroad station along n route which was llnd Ith peopl. Ths pe lal train left for Memphis promptly at 4 p AND SO DO MORE THAN HALF A MILLION OTHER PEOPLE DECACSB IT IS THE BEST. ; ;foAici.-y i i QUALITY WOH, OAIO PRICE MODERATE. Complete line of these celebrated Stoves just received and for sale only by COLE HARDWARE CO. T. R. Batte fi Co l'HONK iliiO we All KINDS and INSURANCE Buy Life Insurance i'olicies. FI Hl-Mi rc.intile .iiiMin.t, t'xttirts ami sU'ck: pul!ic I'tiiM injii school hou-i'; ctmn'rv prop, fttv, ilwilliiis ami content., Iiarns ,'m .ml madiir.ery. TOltNAUO-WiH-o a 1 "ti..l j C IT piopt l tV Willi w . if licit cil wr ii the. hi:m' V I IV 'v W ' H i l'ulicii't at lnv fates. AOOIU lNT-Our Com. p.anic! i-sue politic, at the same price a others, an-l i.ivc l.trer i'cnelii.s. $i in per month buy from Sico to ooo ileath liom acci dent, -t 1 5 to i(o per month acci dent imlemnity. 1 15 to fo per month sickness imlemnity $50 to $300 for loss of one haml or one foot all for 4 1.00 ptr month. LaIVB, STOCK -We in-.ute ihe life of your horse, mule, or cow. . COTTON - Spec"! in ilucement to those hohlinj; cotton, in town ot on vour farm m. Will Confer. Foil Ttlver. Mass.. Oct. 28. A confer ence between u or union represent atives and ml". I ownr will be held rext Monday and it la b.-!lcved ail differences will b adjusted. John T. Wilkin of Wylle. Te . and Mrs. IOdlth Halliburton of Flat Rock. Ark., were wedded on a Frisco train SAN ANTONIO IHE CUT ITimCTIIE At home to visitor. Nor. ISth to tilth, inc. Will jrorireoualy entertain with their great INTER NATIOHiL FAIR Greatest Exhibit ever sect from tlie Republic of Mexico, headed by the World-Famou. President Diax'a liani. I.&G.N.R. R. Will Ail lit With Extremely Low Excursion Rates. .V Aftmtt Imr Ptrlltmlmrt. CROUP Croup six! tnrUmnutl'M of th toys sr InsttM's rallSTsd and fxrmsnsntif emi by th uss tt Or Mi nuts Couth Cur Thl asTr (slllnf ersscrtstion ri tn s-nlnset rctn f th BMX of OMB MINUTE COUGH CURB ktcsus tsstsnt rsttal has swars lolwsd IIS us. It tssss affsct l th ssst of "i troubl snd set! OS th W 'tm4 BKOibnn In Stud ol pil- f srhallr Int IS stomseh and druftuu or stuptyUi( lh srstsm. Ci ru Insuntls. CURED tt dastrort th dlsass trm. elrars th f hWcm sn4 draws out tha Infiammallen, thus rsmortrf tha caua parmanantlr. Un Mlnuta Louts i harmless, cood for child rso aa4 Umt Ufta. Prp.donlybrE.C.l'aWlt1C(,lilc.ra and curlni psrfactlr I kIUJ M Inula CeufkCw lidrsna aad Umt ilk I WlttkC. Cklcai A Idsal rmdr (ot c<drso. Do sot ort th ssm. ONE MINUTE For Sale by Emniel A Maloney. BULLETIN NUMBER 6 The (Ireat Northern Telegraph Company report that tha Che Fuo HhanRhal cable i intorruptml. However Hi I will not hare any bearing on the a a I e of lltATII & MILLIGAN O for OAKT1I, HOWELL & WEIlli carry a complete itock at all tlmei. Present demand for Heath A Million Tahiti (I HEATKST ON IlKCORO Better than a Jobl i m An accident poncy in one 01 pu. a. 11 companies will pay your SALARY when you arc fA SICK OR HURT. We guarantee to give you the l L' best HEALTH OR ACCIDENT policy written in.j liryan. e nave paw our aiMomers in me pasi two years over $11,000 for accidents. CAN ANYONE ELSE O 5H0W A SIMILAR KLCOKO J no. A. Moore Jr. ( If YOU ARE GOING TO TAKE A TRIP foil m f It would be A HOOD 1 1) II A for you to ee a representative of the 11 & I. . R. Re brfor )oo dortda oo route. Hnmnr etnirslnn ttr-kti on aals dallr at low rata yi'ltlk TIME UKTWEtN sooih ond NopiH Texas 1-TimOL'GII TRAINS DAILY J I AUSTIN Pullman I WAi ( Wwrr IIOl'bTCN tsd IAL E8TO.V AND DKN'Vrit l O. II. S. W brtwwn ) llou.toii, H. at T. to ft Wortti, r. W. 4 D. C. I (Tha Dearer KoaJl so t. S. to Usotar. HT. I Ot'lS rts O II. a N. to Hon. ton, HAT C. lo Dallaa and lnlaon, M. K. T. Ut ht. Luul. UALVtbTON (nil For further Information as tic kat agrnt or Jdr M. L. ROnniNS, CP A., Ilooalon, Telaa (IKT A OOOI) PAfXTKU TO ITT HAHKIHON'8 I "TOWS AM) t'Ol'NTRY" PBm Law on your house, and you will have the beat obtainable It-suit. Sold by IkswEus "Book Store We hare the moat up-to-date line of Wall Taper Sample to Itrya 2 ...INSURE IN THE... Southwestern Life Insurance Co. ill' IIAI.I.AH, TKXAD. WHY? lieeauaa It I a Texaa Coinpanv, has ample CAPITA17 and Surphu and will KKKP TKXAH WONKY IX TKXAS. JOE B. REED will explain the tilth-rent plana ami rate, and ran also write Ac- ciJeiit Mti (i hick lit-neiit insurance In beat of companies and plv you jusi wnat you want, anu you win anow what you are Rettln r.very man ana woman unut-r ou yeara, lu Rood health, ahould Jo. Fill V N LJ-IN-N K I'll) BOG 1 1 IT V Many now are enjoying the lneflta from Life Insiirant-e hat would not if not fur my elTorta. n. H I I llDr Always Ready,. With the newest scattonable Tabrit for Men'a Clothing. The ol.I reliable John Witt nan tailor thup can alwayt be depended upon for quality, atyle and fit and promptnest. Give ui your orders. JOHN WITHIAN MERCHANT TAILOR. lust a It waa entering Paris. Tex.