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Lockhart Daily Post (Newspaper) - September 17, 1901, Lockhart, Texas » ' ^iUxtmimtiin, Ì» »wKJkÖmiamiiow grocery »toter: ròL. I. I.ÖOKKA&T, TEXàS, TtJ]pt>AY,;SEf?ÈÉMBEB It lé^t h > .k i»0« ICT OÜTLINtD ^ BYROOjCVaT. \ HEAvWVS-HE mUa NOT mPMir FROM M^KiN-hmm FLAKa Freiiliìetit mm Uh «t » ól Frkiiils äI ^ Whifit Public foreign natibas s<?aa to avoid armed strife. The protecUon ot the savtiigfs df the peoi»le in banks attd in other forms of ib-vestments oy the preser%'ation oC the commercial prosperity of th«country and the placing; iti positions of trust men ot only the highest integrity. "PUTS fElOm OK LIFE Oî^ PEESiDEKT ROOBE- , VELT. ('leveUtid, Sept 16.—Frank Iddings. 22 years old. a black smith, was -»rrested and arrarg^ned betöre the judg^e at the Central Station today» upon , THÈ KEW DIXIE, (A Shiveriog Parody,) Ob, de Bll^îjard come,enhemck me shiver— 5 suiipicioK. tn a salo<^n Iddings. MEMOEIAL BAY IN TEX AH. j said: belong- to a society I —" ; which vviU give to any I Austin, Tenm, Sept. ; mati who will kill Roosevelt/' ? governor issued the tollowi«K^J Icldings did ont deny he made n^i^lj^iBjMTIi^^...... rProciamiitioii by the ^wernor edto jail a«d wiU be pven an-. ^ ' ^ ! of toe Stale of Texas: I other hearm^' on Wednesday. ■iHtUUt, N- Y, Sept liK I I) Sayern, gover 'Meantime the police will make Pre^Hieiit KooHn-^^it iias oul-!nor of the State of Texan, do; an effort learn all about the imed iti iomi'delail the policy Hierehy In vile ail the people to^; prisHmf'r. he Will" follow dttriiiii hi« inciim-I heir'places, of ' ba^ittesa^i - ■' r— it ^IH hi* rc Mmliibstaiu from thc^ir «sua! Vo^l anarchists throughout \khtn her took ' cations between the bourse of i 11 ^^^^ are; rai^inf • a •Inttt: trnroathol omcc J e^taU-il with ia.m. and 12 onTinmsday Goldman and mmU iont, and to repair to their ni}* ami to coiitimie of wor?«hip lor the p«r»- btmf tn otice. that Look so glum dat I crawl ter kiver: Lawd knows I froze ~ > 1 clean froze up in Oixie i Den I wish I wuz iti Summer-Hooray I Hooray! I wish I wuz in Sumertime other anarchists now under ar> rest l)efore the courts» They ly iitîbrolîc^n liw iK^licy of Pfrs-of payhig Sit Iribwtii to tb^ there is no evidence up- lèm McKlîtky lor the ptac.^ ! life and character of .thetr hne]^^ ^^ ^^^^ U%ml ht' mnpìmf^mHÌ ifiji^m^tà, i ^ pronidrfit. Mlrnsm^ of all^ppealhiir "io the Cïovern^ proi^prriiy atid Wr ^nd m^^d^ are ^^ vonnlry.-; ' Ut^H^^ 'iWniiiMr and o>ndiict. tlirPï-ri^lîlinil^^.itli' [m^^h cm^nmm^^ mmxy kmBnp|>ose the Govern^ efed |wrscwa I ' im^pr la te for mich occasion: -^misntìmì noi thrown Its pro- irMnK^tml mrmb^^n^ nf - " Î« wltne^^ uiirm^l, I ' arm -.iro-aBd C^ol^^oiiis thr here «ml lummito my ìmné^^ ^ and Eœma, bût had allowed the %i> tîivîîi Huc h m h*' 'Cîiti^iHl thi'i^^il of the éclate lo to treat - thrrn as" the an-j ^ f^^y^^ ^t^aô up in Dixie! iKid .Irr^adv Inrmnlat..! for ih^^^'^t^^^iftli^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^Frank.Î., Stanton iH Govern! ......-...... climb: Lawd knows I froze— I clean froze up m Dixie! De Blizzard sayv *'Ter de Ian* I ireezin'i I wants ter pray, but he s^ot me sneezin': \ Lawd knows I froze— i clean froze up in Dixie! Den 1 wish I wuz in Summer-Hooray! Mekway! i wisrh I wuz whar de blacksnake run-' Fas' asleep in de July sim: Lawd knows i froze— MAD IP m Last Saturday a,< ed by Mr, Gèo. Broc supposed to bave large number of d ten by him and tho$e Still running loose, of precaution the Post fully su^gei=itstothecl3^ ities to take some stepà ' matter for the safetv 'i people of the town and ite dog's runiîig- loose inthe ei the do<? killed was n prci^entative^ of ^ _ ^ ^^ ^ liyth^^ liovmior: Ckn-cnior.'meni, what would have bi^en} /P^atino.: -Cahmets : \it,ms the fat*'M>f the nidisanded mur^ [Wells all/work. ;^ .Ht^relary of. Btat«. ■ ■ Antonio..Express.. fhî^i fviflky 0;Hlined Ut : coridïiiit «»f liublìi*- aita ir > ^a^nl Ili» imti. pai ìcy. Iii., tm mnmen re , tliiìv di\-rT|if?rit ìKmn what ha-^-:- somethipij serious wi.U v iiai wnthin a few days, which most likely result m the of some person, or animals. If be was not m? precautionary steps will N in no harm. If the tie up their dogs for. a ftm and await developments^ will no doubt see thattlie ihj; was timely and The dog Mr, Brock manifested all sji^ns of j phobia and fully a dokei;, dogs were bitten bs^/ About Saturday next w the time for hydrophobia velope in those bitten they ^o mad runni«|2f tiiorities and people will ha their bands full, safe side and tie up jmt inn-idi» al jv^M'fdiiy'i» »ittcc, "i^Hti be ivr ^ .nHife Uh^-rnV.^S e^tefïiiivî^ rv^'ìprtn^ity ir« thi" p^ir'diaifi^ atid sair m thai th''^ ptmì%Kìmni%k ifi ihh tT'ùmìì^x Ciiü fUnimmé of - by lair ■ ami mis with fi^ri^ii» iJJ NEW GOODS PROTRACTED M LÜLING; m- Tìn^iìh^iìmneiUirit- ly Ol coï'nm^^reìaì waV wah uilì - ,, W ti mmtrhê âné tìi*^ at ?» rt^-nprocity In^iitle^« TIÌÌ: àhMì' lìoiì of'iiaclì tiirilf^^ ' im, turclgn a-i-r-iîti nwki'l;^ im tiiVeniw^ li Hich aixdniyïv^ can be had witlio'-it narm t^» im.r'î|i| ìmììifArim 'mû la^w: yiould ht» iwtwehn the Baiter« IS . ,LuUng-Tex., Sept. IS-r-A: ] traded meetin«^, beg-aa Baptist church here l^i Rev, M. E. Hudson, refefj^] from the Indian Territorf^lil do the preaching^. He is' loiiical and forcible pre^^ and the chuach is looking^ ward for j^rand results fropi | meeting'. Arriving Daily, JEroii_BALR 270 acres of, good Impro black land in Oaldweit ^ near the town of UhUnd* sell a part or all, for casih-time at low' rate of int< Plenty of good water. J. F. Ellisoti § cmut of the United Huu*^ andi thi.^ purtB in South Amcrura and thi' I'acitic ptirt^of Mexico» Ceiitral ¿iud Hoitth America and 'i^ enmiraj^i'ment i^hould Iw j^i^'eu iJil to iturehaiU marine and the iMiiidjiv^ of ishipH which iihall carry the American Haijf and be • owned and CfiUiroUcd by Amer kiim and Awf-rica« capital. Th.e buildin^^ and completion -ixn mot\ m pojiiiible ol the Isthmian cauai ?io a.^ to i^lve direct vrater connection with i-antral» South America and Mexico. The con-struct am of a cable owned by tue (hn-mmim connectiitig our m^iinUnd with our foreign pos--HmmmH, notably with Hawaii ami llie PhiUppiRe«. The use 01 conciliatory ibethod% ar-bitrajloh hi ait ili$pu|te« with ALargeStock Of Street. Hats United .States coins ^ hole through them will in circulation. The' goij ment is preparingf to issue style threo-rent piece ".il'"/ 's- 'mmrnm ' y iiikiifi the l>lace of the oldcoiby in some time ago. This wiU be rememberedi was the size of a dime atid i^ot easily be distin^isb it. Because of this n«i it has gxadually disap from circulation. Ho the need of a three-cent has contmued, and the ment has met occasion b adoption of the Chinese" made the coin with the h the center. Ft has aire nicknamed *'the dougrhiini will d^nibtless be known; name as long- as it circulation. -Exchangfe'l ............ . W. T. Wells, ^rapher, has added ftSi;]! oui Daily list. ^ .... ,
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