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Lockhart Daily Post (Newspaper) - June 3, 1901, Lockhart, Texas tel ^ÉT miasmsa mmàm 'ipì:' ' ' Mû Haiiafier. h0tBcmimoiii f ToS^f (per aatìum) - $1.00 Post, iOo à week or 0c a month. Spw I?" ..................................—■ ^ , Aï>vs;RTîsI^^o RATES. ' ; JBispiav aáVfsníisínít rates made k> tsptay »«ivurUlsinit rates rnaae kno«'» on llCfttlon ftsd t»uscd strlctty on bona fido »3 iMivertiJiiii^ !« wfMiklv. 10 cents per iTiit ittSifrt4on. ?»cent« oiicli s»l>seqHent >n» Dtiily, acctits i>ei- line stralKht ■ •• Urn I am no cbez^fx ^ohn Jobber» I iisfe the best material and mix and color my . owji paints. I ^arantee first cla$s work or no pay; - Ofiice at Ellis & Hill-yer'fi> lumber yard. Work by con tract on I v. C. G\ ARNOLD. Lockhart, Texas. A>iivals-~M, IC. & ejist bound. 10:4» » m i S. A. Vfc A. tV north iHHintl,^ p iiu AI. K. iSo tiiattor tliscantlrmed until ordered ' ^ i»oupd. 0:4ii p in, Miti» Dormrturos—ai, K T.i-ayt lioiind, 0:42 it III ------------------------I i,. A. & A. P.. MOuUi liouud. U);U> ;i m. M. K- \Euterfed at the Post Office at Lwikbart vS, T.. wc^t t>ou»d. v second class mull nsatter. ¡«tak uocTt^, Arrtvoii from Uolioes o» tuesdays. Tljur«-days and i^aturdttjs, « »u From Ledfoi'd oil TutiSdays and feafcurdays ai it) n t«. Uaily tmin Lymrt »»d 1» ai. Daily froju HiiawiUow and Tlluio«,^ p iwf ^ . . Dippartjidaiiy t« Lyt.t<w Sprinji» and Mmi* jjarwinian doriuu a «i. IhUly lo t^ea«iiiow Itnd Tlliuotu a Jii. lioantjii. fimsdttAs. Thursdaya ' ' dfo A FREEZING PROPOSITION! *PHOM£ NO* 8. According to the \r , -1.1. jy a JH. ZlUJfiiV!*. JiniNUUVi.. Juui»wi»j» »Hf* theory man descended from the; ¡iuturduys^jo u m. lAHifoid. Tut-sduys and an^nkey, and the more we see of > IMSTniCT (miCKUS, j^me men the more we are con-' idhtrict Jiuiicc. l. w. >i<h>»v. ' , ^ « , , JMstrlct AtUM'ncy, Jttii. L. Ston-j'. vinced that Darwm had i^ood DJHtHi tvi^t^k.jno. t*. uppoiu. ' ■ . - . . ' Distiu'ttHj irl 'ifrmindfi ffir— IRTliether o^ not correct.—Yoa-Icam Times. , Yes, and there are some men iiriio would persist in ma^^¡tSg i ¡^¡¡^ ^nkeys out of all men. Yet ¿er« are many who ape the! iionkevings of other^ i?onl1a| "^¡¡^.flllScu^ iken until they become ouranir- j ^^ i ^r/^rAV^irtVid ferv^^^^^^^^ ' ioMtaMgish in their ideas modes methods. Then all they , 'ife is a tail. ! vtttiU-Müaüay-áTü-rTTiTTlrsOrDiíüüy m 'itUJ UH- tenth Monday itiur the tirist Mouday i" AwKUîst. COt.'KTÏ OFFlCKUií. CounfvJudk'v. W'r Kyhí^r County AîtorxiO'y. K. lí:iytor. í ouuiy í^U'rk. W. E cOowt íl, ^ îSîH'dfî. JTU>. J. iínhderA. Tn-a^uivr. lí. tJ. ColUvr. ThX A.vs»-ssof, Eiruy K. Mo Tax Collector, .»oe Mat'tn', Ice Cream Freezers Ice ^ Tubs, _ Ice Shavers. Ice Piohov COCNTY Üt>MWlíy»I«íNElisi. G. A. Hiask'WJi. ï»re<'ïùct No. i- MuxvvctK .}i30. C leat y. rm-MíCt i. liUllow- ^ \V, n. Cruuk. Prvcuict MurtítíUnU-- Joiàn Mwi-sl. PvK f iïH't No i.Tuyîoi^vîUi-. Ice íoBgs, V Icé Tea Goblets, Ice Water Tanks, PRIGÉS? Below Ftmcï.vtn: OFKÍCKUI^. JuKticf of IVucu. u. w, Mlíl-. CoHHluifUs .í, V- licmliM-wm. tíourt »ui'vítí» Ihird 3lu»;íj:áy in «'aCH / trhe burning ot the test kiln| m brick at the Smisec Brick and! Cot^ipany plant with Beau-imi^nt oil was wound up this. mottling and the burners turned It.will be several days be ' result is known as the; A^M'-^or ami cout frior. n k, ix^ia. CITV ílIfFlCKííií. I The New Racket Store Mufhbal. t has, .U-^ukiu»-. ^ ^ ^'it'ld, 'E, ìv. ^ y roane» UH-fï* ürst Monduy 1« îimnui. i I mghGr O.B.M€l>A5ÏKAÏ-l>.& CO. ; Byem^Híiá renovating Cloth in? «tore are sold ty Ab li tEAD în^ Matraziaes ef cboîee îiter •s French Periodical Drops A (ÎENTLEHÎNT. ^ ^ flCFCIB bte, perfectly harmless, sure to accomplish 5. Greatest know» fei»aJe remedy. BewATOotooanterfeit» and !mitattoos. T&e g«n«!ae i» pat «P onlf Io patste-ÏMjartl Car- toa wtti» to Ì n 00 r- «ty le of eli ina te,. will, ts sudden ehoí tí^mpera* wlml and Hurnhìm- wiLiau4SMFQ.oo..BoîeA«eiïU,ciet«i^.Oido. ——^ ! oftcB interminííled îfi a Hiniflv FOE SALE BY WIGGINS. ^ ' Ì davr- ît iñ m. wondt^r i children, Írkimlí., and WANTED SœU From 13-3 to 15 hands high and from ô 10 ^ years old/ k l will pay a fair price for mules of this 4i®oription. I will be in Lockhart from May ^ liE Juné IS. Can be found at-Field's sta- B. F. Norwood. that Ímr relatives I are so frequently taken from \íh\ l.by neiflected coids, half iUv ^ deaths rcHultuv^" from thiscaime. A bottle of Íioschet/í^ (iennan Syrup about y^mr homei for immediate use will prevehtj seriouh skknessj ajari^fo doc i tor*H bill, and j^erhaps death,] by the uí^e ot three or four dffs«íS j For curing; Cousumption, Hemi | orrhai^es, Pneumoni/í, Severe i Couí^'híí, Crf>np, or any disea.se. of the throat ar hui^s,, its sue-ce'fih is »imply wondttriul,^ asj your drufí74:íht will you. 1 ?iet a sample huith' fret* from! J. 8, Brov/ne >& Co. fte^íiiiarl size^ 75 CÍ8- (iet (ireeiVs Pri/.ej Almanac, " I LI \/ PTKfN/^ attic of 1$ stiU going on in our Perfume Department, i " Each flower battîinii for supremacy over the - others and they all score decisive jwinis m fer their odors are their respective spheres p.; /like the flowers themselves and altogethtir th0f make I One Grand Army that cannot be excelled by any for they are the jiiaest line ever bron^^H here, Their delacacy and dts jtinctness of odor appeals to the taste of the most fas- Now is my time to sei I Hats. Now IS your time to buy them. I HA¥E JÜST RECEIVED a h'ìi* Tin*' oí new ííood,sar.íi on 'mcSDA^' and WKDNKSÜAY iwni, M:iy 2I.M and L^iind, I i^ HI .show \tAi a lir»f of practical hats ío\Ví.*íir not io look at. m wit)"' ' ■ ti "ydn^^ t ^jáS...'.............. mkk.M otir line of Station-^ary and toilet articles mm, ÎÛOÛEff AET - the Druggists, Our JJrerjf Herrh:e i'fjcra'f ii for th«* b«-tM;fii of rnir i-UHloiiiiT-s ruHi bcinii Uf) IM duki an<'l ^iif"iisfaetory tu yrvv fKipuwir and io profit lu tiH, T\w iMiynti- Sin^^irr Dnvi'VH. Mijicbi-d Tcainn. Koaiihlj-rf-, Quu-k Sacidif Hurn s ' iiifd ijv (ili'ai^un' fiirno.Hij V at T. Royal'« Livery Stables Columbia Bt,, opposite B, A, 4 k. BIO REDUCTION on everylíiÍJ).tí, not üí co.st, hut al a protit that t'jutbhi.s you ;u»l Ì both to livt.\ IlaiidKonti' iiouvt-nir i.fiven with each piirchane. My-'' J \ A Full Lii|e of Belts, Ties, Etc. Yours (or more buhinen^H, JULIA BRUCjE WITTEIL. 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