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Lockhart Daily Post (Newspaper) - February 11, 1905, Lockhart, Texas bad weather mainy have availed themselves of the opportunity they have had in goods at less than WHOLESALE This sale aik us for these prices next week for we will be to refuse If you haven't already seen our new line of wash Shoes and You have missed a Treat yourself at our us show them to No trouble to show goods when is Up to of whether we go hoid what we now are or and this year will cide it. With other towns around reaching out for trade and new it is our at to to think ot to do in order to hold our One of the roost which has confronted us of is tbe proposed interurban from San Marcos to aud we might right now as to wait and bave i t f ore ed on us 1 Th is ro ad if constructed will some of Lockhart's best and will give the river people an outlet to other trade carrying them away from for the sake ot the citizens along the San we are glad to see them the interurban we are not at al I u n m i ndI u I o i t h e cond i t io n it places us in and therefore the only solution we the IS to intersect the San Mari Lu I road at a point near Fentress or Staples crossing there and going to The road should also be extended north to This propo sition should and doubtless will meet the approval of Seguin and whose hearty operation will make the struction of the road The people of hart should begin to think the matter over and as soon as the surveyors the San route provided they can be prevailed upon to take the Let's be ready at least and take this matter up for serious con IN SAN 0. R of this received the sad week of the death of his lair Mrs. D. occurred at hor home in. San Angelo on 6tb Mrs. Smith was born in well where she resided until about 11 years the family removed to Paint Roc a nd 1 a te r to S an She leaves a brings sorrow to tiie hearts of her relatives and friends in this and coun Her death was ed by heart Smi n was the daughter of Dr. Williams who was one ot the first citizens ot and who lived and praci iced there tor Smith relatives oa the riTer Prairie Lea Fentress and was for nearly a lifs citizen of this TO W TO unknown ed to Deputy Sheriff Holmes this told him that he was oMt ot work and wanted to go to The MeXs ioan is apparently in good condition and as there is world of small jobs in the IS evident tbat he is unbalanced or else prefers the warmth and food of the jail to any exertion fee may have dp Up-to-Date enough to hay e secured a large portion of the Bankrupt m Lockhart ln the last few weeks and we can sell you Racket Goods for less money than you haye eyer bought 5 lOc Liquors the We invite your trade to North Bide - L. m. S Sari Ban Dr Adams will be at Lockhart on Feb. ana will 6 cases of cross eyes Spw and dif eye troubles to treat on Office with Drs. Coopwood Ross 8th. Then every two visits this Post has met One well county farmer who says he is coing to decrease his cotton acreage with a In fact he is so thoroughly saturated with decreased acreage idea that be has decided to decrease his cotton acreage 100 per cent. This is Mr. an energetic farmer of who proposes to abandon cotton entirely and plant alfalfa and He has tried cotton until he is sick of it and will try doing without it this account of the Alamo at New Braunfels on the 12th, the M. K. T. will sell round trip tickets for 75 THE Best ot Backs are Bad When They and Texas People Know instantly rei and per healed by Arnica c ot burnt my knee that it blistered all Arnica Salve stopped the healed it without a Also heals all wounds and 25c e. McDannald can pick now what yoti want in the valentine line at Ploeger Hunt's is beyond doubt the most remarkable remedy for disease ever For eight years I suffered almost from an itching trouble the doctors called My skin was on but less than one box of Cure that ot my friends have since used it on my ahd it never Where an itch rub it It does the Mrs. Helen pay best for chicks ens and eggs want to dm with L. Lancaster A bad back is a 1 wajs at night when bedtime as bad in the try Kidney for cure the every you some people a case of it A. Sanderson of ton had off aud on for nearly three and it could only at times be described as ing To stoop or raise atter stooping hurt severely and I could scarcely refrain from It was hard for go up or down stairs or even lift a light bucket of waten Ij was always worse in damp or wet or if I caught I wore mustard plasters and tried home but never found give nent relief until I got Kidney I felt their direct effect on my kidneys the very first and in less than a week's time the pain in my had A friend of mine was also benefited br ing Kidney I never met with such a reliable aod effective For sale by all Price 50 ' sole tor the United the take no have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a number of have no hesitancy ia saying that it is the best remedy ' for colds and croup I have ever used in Jiy have not words to express my confidence in this J. A. North For sale by C. E. A 7 - 1, 4 1 1 ' 11 -
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