Lockhart Daily Post, February 11, 1905

Lockhart Daily Post

February 11, 1905

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Issue date: Saturday, February 11, 1905

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Lockhart Daily Post (Newspaper) - February 11, 1905, Lockhart, Texas the bad weather mainy have availed themselves of the opportunity they have had in gettinirgood goods at less than WHOLESALE COST. This sale closes ■ VÍ-t / Í I, doii't aik us for these prices next week for we will be cotrtpellea to refuse you. If you haven't already seen our new line of wash goods. Embroideries, Laces, Shoes and Slippers. You have missed a treat. Treat yourself at our expense. Let us show them to yoil. No trouble to show goods SamplerclieeT^tty when wanted. — It is Up to tJbe citiiseos of Lock'hart whether we go oack-ward, hoid what we now are or advance, and this year will de-^ cide it. With other towns around u« reaching out for oew trade and new peopie it is our duty, at leas.t, to be<riB to think ot sometbiog to do in order to hold our own. One of the roost serious- couditioDS which has confronted us of îatè is tbe proposed interurban íine from San Marcos to Luling-, aud we might aa^weli-acknojgledge^Jke right now as to wait : and bave i t f ore ed on us 1 a,ter. Th is ro ad if constructed will invade, some of Lockhart's best ter.ltory and will give the river people an outlet to other trade centers, carrying them away from Lock^ hart. While, for the sake ot the citizens along the San Marcos, we are glad to see them ^et the interurban route, 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 see,to the mat-ter IS to intersect the San Mari cos-» Lu I lüg road at a point near Fentress or Staples crossing there and going to Seguin. The road should also be extended north to .^stin. This propo sition should and doubtless will meet the approval of Seguin and Ausün whose hearty -eov operation will make the struction of the road ^asy enough. The people of Cípck-. hart should begin to think the matter over and as soon as the surveyors aré throngh.with the San Marcos-Luling route they suggested provided they can be prevailed upon to take the job. Let's be ready at least and take this matter up for serious con • sideration. DIED IN SAN ANGELO. Mr. 0. R Smith, of this city, received the sad newsg-this week of the death of his sister-.in lair Mrs. ,). D. Smith, {nee WilUamsJ whjcö occurred at hor home in. San Angelo on Februar^ 6tb» Mrs. Smith was born in Gald> well county, where she resided until about 11 years ago,^ wImä the family removed to Paint Roc k„ a nd 1 a te r to S an Angelo., She leaves a husband, t^o sons death brings sorrow to tiie hearts of her relatives and friends in this and Caldi^ell coun ties. Her death was caus^^ ed by heart trouble.—Gonzales Inquirer. Mrs. Smi n was the daughter of Dr. Williams who was one ot the first citizens ot Lulipg and who lived and praci iced there tor á num^i^ years. Mr^ Smith tii^i^^^l^ relatives oa the riTer a> Prairie Lea and^ Fentress and was for nearly a lifs timé á citizen of this connty« WANPEO TO W TO JAIE. ^^An unknown Meyican repori^ ed to Deputy Sheriff Holmes this morning, told him that he was hungry, oMt ot work and wanted to go to jail. The MeXs ioan is apparently in good phy--sical condition and as there is á world of small jobs in the city-it IS evident tbat he is nientaUy unbalanced or else prefers the warmth and food of the jail to any exertion fee may have tó dp by-way ^ manual.labor ^Jarrell The Up-to-Date Store.WE been iortunate enough to hay e secured a large portion of the Bankrupt Stooks sold m Lockhart ln the last few weeks and we can sell you Racket Goods for less money than you haye eyer bought thembeiore.Lockhart 5 & lOc Store Fine Wines, Liquors and^ the be^t cigars. We invite your trade to North Bide - Square. J. L. G. adams m. staff Eye S peciálists, Sari , Texas. d. and Antonio Branch Lockhart oftices Ban Marcos, and—LuMh^. Dr Adams will be at Lockhart on Feb. Bth, ana will sfcra-ighten 6 cases of cross eyes free. Spw licits chronjc, surgfical and dif iictilt eye troubles to treat on gfuarantee. Office with Drs. Coopwood & Ross Pefa. 8th. Then every two weeks.he visits this office. ' AGONIZING BURNS ABANDONS COTTON. The Post has met One Oaldn well county farmer who says he is coing to decrease his cotton acreage with a vengeance. In fact he is so thoroughly saturated with thé decreased acreage idea that be has decided to decrease his cotton acreage 100 per cent. This is Mr. Andersoo, an energetic farmer of SeawiN low, who proposes to abandon cotton entirely and plant corn, potatoes,, alfalfa and hogs. He says4ie has tried cotton until he is sick of it and will try doing without it this year.excursionvto new--draunfels. On account of the Alamo «allows at New Braunfels on the 12th, the M. K. & T. will sell round trip tickets for 75 cents. IT QUENCHES/ THE FIRE. IT'S ALWATS BAB. The Best ot Backs are Bad When They Ache; and Texas People Know It. are instantly rei ieved and per fectiy healed by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. c Rivenbark, Jr., ot Nortolk, Va., writes: burnt my knee dreadfully; that it blistered all over. Bucklen's Arnica Salve stopped the pain, healed it without a scar." Also heals all wounds and sores, 25c itC, e. McDannald & Go's., druggists. I .-rnjimil^ii n^, 1111 You can pick now what yoti want in the valentine line at Ploeger à Kyser's. , Your Hunt's (^re is beyond doubt the most remarkable remedy for ?kin disease ever formulated. For eight years I suffered almost cohstanlly from an itching trouble the doctors called eczema. My skin was on fire, but less than one box of Hnnt*s Cure quenched, that fire. ^any ot my friends have since used it on my recomm^en'* datioD, ahd it never fails. Where .there's an itch rub it on. It does the work—that's all.'*^ Mrs. Helen Whitmore, ; Clarendon, Ark. We pay best prioe for chicks ens and eggs and^ want to dm 'ottsittcss with everybody. J. L. Lancaster A Co, A bad back is a 1 wajs bad- Bad at night when bedtime comes. ; Just as bad in the morning. Ever try Doan's Kidney Pill» for it? Know tlsey cure the backachc -xcure every kii^iey ill? If you don't, some people do. Read a case of it : /Mrs. A. Sanderson of Galyes«^ ton Island, says: "I had kidney-complaint off aud on for nearly three years, and it could only at times be described as excruciat*^ ing torture. " To stoop or raise atter stooping hurt severely and I could scarcely refrain from yelling. It was hard for me^td^'^; go up or down stairs or even to^ lift a light bucket of waten Ij was always worse in damp or wet weather, or if I caught cold. I wore mustard plasters and tried home remedies, but never found anything-to give perma^ nent relief until I got Doan's Kidney Pills. I felt their direct effect on my kidneys the very first night, and in less than a week's time the pain in my bkck had disappeared. A friend of mine was also benefited br us* ing Doan's Kidney Pills, I never met with such a prom-pt reliable aod effective remedy.** For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. ' FK^tern-Milburn Co.^ Buffalo,'New Yo^'k,^- sole agent» tor the United States. ' Remember the name—Doan's —and take no other. . I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a number of years'and have no hesitancy ia saying that it is the best remedy ' for coughs, colds and croup I have ever used in Jiy family. have not words to express my confidence in this remedy.—Mrs. J. A. Moore, North Star, Micli.; For sale by C. E. McDannalà A Co. > ; . , ! ' • /■ ■ , 7 ■ - ■ 1, • 4 1 ' ■ 1 •. .r " / . ./tí.-'',!' -- . ^ • J " ■■ ' ■■ .....f" ---........... ■ Í , ■ • . . ■ ..Vi,' ■■(■,:' . 11 • ' - ■ ,'i \, - - '-Ä ;