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Best t oranges, figs, pecans, etc. and flowers for the Coast -ucnriptive catalogue free. EV1006 Scanlon Bldg. SHouston,Texas Want to Hear SEMBRIOH? te to Houston Feb'y. 4th here you can buy one !50 .0 Pianos for $200.00. rs Music House, for full particulars. EDS and price list for rgro now Yo need good, fresh seeds. It is mailed free. IARDIE SEED CO0 ballas, Texas. Vogler Self Cleaning, Mos. quite Proof. Rightsfor sale. The best or South Texas and Louisiana. for prices and. free infor. lCHAS. H. VOOLER CO. Hoshes, Tirns m gites, mets. Twswa Dud KS, BONDS estate Investments bfire. Upon Liberaln Ters FUTEE HOTEL Rates $100 per day and up. 'Pices Reasonable. Oppo.Ue be.ot. Houston, Texas. DETECTIVE AGENCY S*t.s the lamt force of hi te Sout, th e aded **-. C t time. 's School , TEXAS forthernliverrsityofTez. without examination. Six a.ty men. Second half. 1. . Stanley Ford, B. A., .O West Nineteenth Street. h!-Use "' ratt eral telieve your aching a p Bs nothing like it for aga ehiti. and luna true n o opiats. H t take, who t~77-7 " , - ,, mmmmm N il °NM! I I URGE BIG PERRI MEMORIAL Commissonera Want a Monument Erected at the Site Overlooking Scene of Victory." Y Cleveland, O.-The one feature of a* the Perry's Victory Centennial, to be held at Put-in-Bay, O., in 1913, pro. 1I posed by the commission in charge 1- of the event, Is a monumental memor Dt lal to the hero of the battle of Lake y Erie. A design for such a memorial 1- has been submitted by John Eisen ;k man, and has been accepted by the re commission as a basis on which to s- work. to In its report to Governor Harmon id the commission says: "The' proposed building combines I I I r l 6 It 1= , I Design for Perry Monument. the essentials of artistic beauty and historical significance with such prac tical objects as a lighthouse, a wire less telegraph station, a metorological station, a life-saving station and other useful adjuncts. "The drawing submitted contem plates a building three hundred and seventy-five feet in height, its cost I subject to variation according to the material used. Each of the eight or ten floors of the tower may be dedi- . cated to the use of one of the states t participating in the centennial. Un der the pinnacle the searchlight from the great height of more than 300 feet will be visible many miles at sea and cast its rays over a great land territory. "Within a few years practically every vessel of any importance on the great lakes will be supplied with wireless apparatus, and this will un doubtedly be the case when a cen tral station,, commanding the whole lake region, is provided for the use of navigators. A wireless equipped vessel in distress on any of the great lakes could flash the call for help to Perry Memorial, and instantly re sponse would be conveyed to the lifte saving station, similarly equipped, nearest the threatened disaster, or by 01 telegraph to any point from which succor might be forthcoming, "It is believed that the general gov ernment would look with favor on a T life-saving station, a lighthouse, a me teorological station and a permanent fisheries exhibit in connection with the proposed memorial. TRUST'S FOE NOW ITS AIDs James M. Beck Who Once Fought h Sugar Combine Now Chief Coun- ir ael for the Company. New York,-The retirement of Par sons, Closson & Mcllwaine as counsel for the sugar trust was not unexpect ed but the selection of James M. Beck, Y4 te St Sc It Sc oru Oil pp - rathero a surprise. - ted te celebrated Neely ease.r s first assistant attorney general e " sucured the terdict agalnast the North· erk Securities Company. He alsq took a prominent part in the fir- actona apainst the sugar trust, tim paper trust, and othet antitrust Proceedings. He was in the midist of -tbes cases nhen .. Be removed- to N`leW". York l THE WONDERBERRY nt OR SUNBERRY Has Proved a Great Success-Thou sands Say It's the Best Thing of They Ever Grew. be b The Wonderberry or Sunberry, the gemarvelous garden fruit originated by ge Luther Burbank, and introduced by ke John Lewis Childs, the well-known ial Seedsman of Floral Park, N. Y., has !n- proved a great success all over the he country. Thousands of people say it to is the best thing they ever grew. Mr. John Burroughs, the well-known author, Naturalist and bosom-friend of Theodore Roosevelt, says it is the es most delicious pie berry he ever tasted, and a marvelous cropper. A Director of the New York Agricul tural Experiment Station says it fruits abundantly even in pure sand. In the short season of North-western Canada it is a godsend, and fruits long aftet frost has killed most garden truck. D. S. Hall, Wichita, Kan., says thirty people grew it there last season with perfect satisfaction. K. S Enochs, Hammond, La., says it yields $250 worth of fruit per acre with him. Mrs. J. H. Powers, 4732 Kenwood avenue, Chicago, raised enough berries on a space 4x10 feet to supply herself and friends. J. P. Swallow, Kenton, Ohio, says its equal for all purposes does not exist. Rev. H. B. Sheldon, Pacific Grove, Cal., says he likes the berries served in any and every way. W. T. Davis, Enon, Va., says it is true to description in every way, and fruits in three months from seed. Judge Morrow, of U S. Circuit Court, says the Wonderberry is simply delicious raw or cooked. Mr. Childs exhibited one plant five months old bearing 10,375 berries which measured about eight quarts. Mrs. Hattie Vincent, Hayden, New Mexico, says it stands the long, hard droughts of that climate and fruits abundantly all summer. It is certainly the most satisfactory garden fruit and the greatest Novelty erver introduced. The Ruling Passion. An old Irishwoman, in describing a "gone but not forgotten," said: "Mike was the foine man entoirely and he'd be living now, if it wasn't for the dhrink. He had a dog and sure that baste would bring him home from the saloon whin he was so blind wid liquor he couldn't see a shtep before him. And whin he died-'tis the truth I'm shpakixg-his ghost walked at night, both back and foorth, betune the saloon and his house-and bedad 'twas so dhrunk his dog knew him!" WHY PEOPLE SUFFER. Too often the kidneys are the cause and the sufferer is not aware of it. Sick kidneys bring backache and side pains, lameness and stiffness, dizzi ness, headaches, tired feeling, urinary troubles. Doan's Kid ney Pills cure the cause. Mrs. N. E. Grave s, Villisca, Iowa, says: "I suf S fered from kidney trouble for years. SThe secretions were disordered, t h e r e were pains in my back and swellings of the ankles. Often I had smother ing spells. I had to be helped about. Doan's Kidney Pills cured me five years aeo and I have been well since. They saved my life." Remember the name-Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Uses of Oddity. "Isn't your hat rather curious in shape?" asked the uninformed man. "Certainly," answered his wife. "It has to be. Any hat that wasn't curious in shape would look queer." Free to Our Readers. 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It quickly soothes and allays all pain, soreness and infammation. The average man spends more money on a foolish habit than he does on his wife's hats. DAVIS' PAINKILLER rbolI be taken withaout dela bwhen sre eshet an4 tfrlln w throat warn ou tht an asnnoyll coMd tbmst,. &ttdi· df~Uilt In aIe.Icad a bottlel. One fisherman ought to believe the stories of another, but he seldom does. o TO CUlE ACOLD IN ON1( DAY Extremes meet when the haifrdresa' or.is Introduced to the- chiropodit ~~~~~# 4~~-·--~~---cC··L*-· 1 .·`- ---ur~-i -~-----y·-- - I)t V..IAOROLS SA~ STm. PCEU.O U* WHERE IT WORKED. ' "While we were on our honeymoon, i always spoke French to my husband, so that no one should understand us." "So you went to France, did you?" TO CURE RHEUMATISM Prescription that Cured Hundreds Since Published Here. S "One ounce syrup of Sarsaparilla compound; on( ounce Toris com pound; Add these to a half pint of good whiskey: Take a tablespoonful be fore each meal and at bed time; Shake the bottle well each time." Any druggist has these ingredients in stock or will quickly get them from his wholesale house. Good results are felt from this treatment after the first few doses but it should be continued until cured. This also acts as a system builder, eventually restoring strength t and vitality. He Asked Too Much. s They had been engaged for exactly 47 seconds by the cuckoo c'ock. "Clara, dear,' queried the happy I youth, who had a streak of romance running up and down his person, "will I you promise to love me forever?" "I'd like to, George," replied the practical maid. "but I really don't ex t pr t to live so long." What Resinol Accomplishes Is Truly Wonderful. I frequently have patients who are troubled with skin eruptions, and have taken occasion to recommend Resinol, and in some cases the cures have seemed miraculous, and had I not seen them both before and after, would scarcely have believed them true. One lady told me that she had spent over $100 in various remedies, and was cured with one 50c jar of Resinol. It is truly a wonderful cure for eczema and other itching troubles. F. M. Stevens, D. D. S., Dover, N. E. How It Struck Him. "Behold the wondrous beauties of yon sunset sky," exclaimed the poet. "How prodical nature is with its re splendent glories." "Yes," answered the busy publisher, in an absent-minded tone, "it is going some to throw in a colored supple ment every day." $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to lears that there I at least one dreaded disease that sclence has been able to cure In all Its stages, and that te Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure I the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a conatitutional disease. requires a constito tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroylng the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constltuton and asslst. ing nature to doing Its work. The proprietors have so mucb faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fall to cure. Send for list of testimonials Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by all Druggists, 7ic. Teak Bflas Family Pills for constlpaton. The world delights In sunny people. The old are hungering for love more than for bread -Drummond. Mra W:nslaow's boothiat cvyrop. For children teethln, poftens the guns, reduces (Lamma~ton, ·lsar Li, cures wrn colit. be a botUt Low shoes and high hats may be fashionable extremes. "1 NBERRYPLAN SUNBERRY-The Improved Wonderberry LUTHER BURBANK'S GREATEST CREATION. A Luscious Berry RIpenlna In Three louths From Seed SEED 20 CTS. PER PACKET. 3 PACKETS FOR 80 CTS. POSTPAID This s positively the GREATEST new Fruit end the best NOVELTY of modern times. These are facts which o one can get mway from. Thi proofs are overwhelming in number sad conclusive in character. Grown blstear by 3Mla people. Vrhitblue.blaek lke n enormous rieh blueberryin looksand tae. THE SUNBEnRY i an improved form of the Wonderberr whch Unsurpassed for eating raw, cooked, canned or preserved in any form. I introduced exclusively last year and which proved so satisfactory. This great garden fruit is equally vJaluable In hot, dry, cold or wet eli- Its sgtiy superior to the original aTpe, a- Jone haue g seLtd. mates. Easiest plant in the world'togrow, succeding anywhere and Sl[D ZOo par pkt.; 3 pkts. for 60o0 7for$,1.00. yelding gret masses of rich fruit all summer and fall. Tbe greatest With every packet of seed I send a booklet giving 00 Recipes for boon to the sfamily rden ever known. Leaves and branches are Jalso usingt the frult, raw, cooked, canned, preservedjlle,d, spiced, plcklede used for greens a are superb. Everybody can and will growr t. , syrup, wine, greens, etc. tt ssuperior for any of these uses. Luther Burbank, of Cliornia, the world famous plant wlsard,or Also a copy of my 152-page Catalo ewith every order-which tells iginiated the Wonderberry and turned It over to me to introduce. Be i about mj 12 000 IN CAISH PRIZES AND OFFERS. AGENTS WANTED. says of it: "This absolutely new berry plant is of great interest and -M- mV GREAT dATALOGUE of Flowers and Vegetable Seed, Bulbs, value asitbears themost delicious, wholesome and healthful berries Plnts, and Rareand New Fruits FREE toall who apply. lt pges, In utmost profusion and always comes true from seed." 100 illustrations and colored plates, I have been in the business READ MY CATALOGUt, paes 3 and , for full description, $5 years and have half a million eustomers all over the country. culture, uses, etc. (Also Colored Plate.) With scores of testimonials Complete satisfaction guaranteed to everyone. Do not fall to see the from well-known and reputable people all overtheconutry. Also many gn at Noveltes I am offering this year of which the SUN. the "Crime of the Wonderberry." URRY Is the greatest ever known. Address JOHN LEWIS CHILDS, Floral Park, N. Y. P. 8. This offer will not appear agin. Wdrit for Sabenry seed and Cstasogue at aooe. Do not neglect or delay. 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After one application the pain left her and she has not been troubled with it since." Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy for Rheumatism, Stiff Joints and Sprains and all Pains. At All Druggists. Price 25c., 50e. and $1.00. Sloan's Treatise on the Horse sent Free. Address DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. Ii [I I l IlIIJilIIII"I I lII[IIIII DEFIAHNE STARUOi ,-:hep,. --other starcbes only 12 onces-ame price and "DEFIANCE* 1S SUPERIOR QUALITY. Bookand Adice FREE. Emse, P TE T rYwlek A Lawir..,r Washington D.C. Es. 4 jrs. Best referenceb W. N. U., HOUSTON, NO. 5-1910.