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   Weimar Mercury, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1902, Weimar, Texas                                THE WMIMAB MEROUE1 VOLUME COLORADO JULY NUMBER A Full Line of Medicines and Fancy and Toilet Toilet For Sale By DUVE Druggist GET A BOARD1 blind or anything in the line of lumber from our stock and if will always be high grade and well Our superior stock of building lumber embraces everything tistd for building purposes in this from roof to and the best that you can ft 9 procure Walker Shortt 5 for the be it by others July Kditor JlalleUville Dear find a small package of seed of the wonderful feed This is seed grown last year this is the second year I have planted I have not had sufficient ground to plant it in to give it a fair but I am con id that it will produce mon feed to the acre than anything thai I have ever seen I believe it requires very rich land to give it a fair I gave a friend niue n few heads to plant he told me a few days ago that he tried to vhich kind of feed his cows fondest this or He told me they quit cane end eat With proper season It can be cut three or four times a I only planted a few u my garden this year and the ecoud crop is about ready to take It ought to be cut when about saist The directions I got low to plant it is one o 12 iuches iu the drill and rows feet I can count from 40 to 50 stalks from one ctJ I ive planted a fall crop and it is p Tliis nd you is for the gentleman iu lirewster and I gave him on the package directions how to ilant T have two or three pounds if the seed on hand lor and I ell them at 10 cents an vhich is enough to plant ft row ooo feet It will stand tbe Irouth about like and if let to seed it grows from six to eight eet So if you know of any one ants any of the pleas Warcn Repairing is My Business is what Peter who died worth said about new papers In a town where a newspaper is every man should if nothing more than a curd stating his name and It pays not obly the ad but lets the people at a dis tance know the town iu which you live is a proiperous community of business As seed is so tbe harvest Never pull down your sign while you ex pect to do Saved From An Awful mid I had coniump write of 1 wa low at Ejre Otasses snd with onr btemiM laoke s tb WITHOUT Watchmaker and mmim TESTER bis i tertlect ie tbfl Ptimpi penowl t flwa mil mMten W fell Oiftec TOzt dear to StaCord TARRH Tit or Discovery for Cou uxd and was completely it For desperate Throat and Lung OluMM It In the SIIMI cure In and la Infallible for a and lirouobla Una teed bottles 500 and Trial bottles free at all AND WORKS told No No ft oenu A belated who was com pelled to stay all night in a back woods savs that soon after the frugal meal a gaunt youth about and an equally sallow and gaunt girl of both bare took their hatslrora wooden pegs in the wall and prepared lo go whereupon the taking her pipe from between her yellow said reprovingly Go long an wash your you and Looly both Haint you sham ed to go off to en evenin party without wasbiu your feet They but as Levi took the wfsh pan from a bench lo the he said with a grumble Id bout as soon stay home from a party as to bave to fix up for it tin Iglual be and its finr and manufactured by the SlnBoni Medicine A LETTER ON JJJ RECIPROCITY AS A JJ HOW IT WAS 5 NATIONAL J A cavalry soldier stroked into A great n vory great spoken of reciprocity both the re publicans and democrats have The letter published below was eceived by the Herald last week rom Captaiu Dodd of Yoa ge plant under dis and his letter is published be derived from ed it as a beniScent pol that s re er them to me aud I can supply hem at in cents an post iaid and full directions how to ilant Vours A Real fluffernd from and lion lor til toon s of Merry Oak led many doolori avail one ot my frieudi ue to try It favi I cai rat almwt any 11 now and my dtgMilnli recommend icureatomaoh trouble bj ml only lurllior weakeni You need wholesome nlUK Kodol you ale wr tj The truth reciprocity as a permanent policy ie absolutely ir with any of the three dintinct views of the tariff advo eated In this countrj free tariff for revenue and tariff for Reciprocity based npon a concession of lowe revenaea upon certain articles ii exchange for rednotions by foreigi oonnlriee of their revenues npon cka in athletics certain articles exported tberett bj of neceisilv cannot eoexis with free A tariff for revenue only means of that it should be si fairly adjusted with regard to al taxpayera ae lo equalize the bur den of taxation eectionally and in and under such a teiu iu operation reciprooity wo be for it would fo eitherareurtugcmentofthe whole ietlng tariff or an inequality tbe bnrdeue of I take It tbat tbe protectionist of ultra views would not hesitate to concede tbat the body of the arranged prod nub that view of the tax law eboold be from hie standpoint ility of favors and of bur inoe it would follow that reolprocity would be equally in ilntent for the favors lo som be to otliers Inure and the whole system thrown of by the adoption of olprooity upou any liuiitcd nu of Tbjs theoreiie Inc ooniea mare appac onsleteucy he it when v July Another new iterpnse is to be added toSeguind nviable list of manufactories dur ng the past two This time it is a first up Odate piano manufacto emnt to umke the theory practi cal for under existing world trade Ible country can buve 10 except such as de stroys whatever protection may ixllt under existing luw to mimale and crops In other the frnit he und Hie In the practical oppera ion of any possible vlll be the loser for the of other under my view of the no that 1 from the stiiuilpoint of he home I hat re olprocity ie sham and a I believe further that U is HU un wise polloy with reference to our foreign relations It forces more or lees entangling prarokea arruys the feelings of certain nations agalnut leads to retaliatory mid in almost every poaalble ia an ill aimed foreign Bargeia In Washington essitate an outlay of about Alfred Pustou itely ol the Knobe piano mauu and f the proprietors f the Duston Smith Piano com inny of has form id a partnership with Beakley of this and they have r lease ou Smith left yesterday for New where be will remain about iree Upon his return he ill bring with him eight skilled iano The rest of tbe abor will be home cabinet id about twenty men will be em ployed at the They expect u the start to turn out about five liauos but to Increase the nbcr according to who is a practical piano ays that the cliniat here that class of v Milo maize of the dwarf variety ia becoming a great faiorile nith ear farmers wbo grow feed stuff for their Ittbrivea in dry weather when eorghnm dries The seed are much larger and greater in Stock of all klnde ere fond of Tho objection to tbe milo experimented with iu thla eeoliou mme years ago doee Botexlat with tke lie roote are small and easily W tke Trouble with your old urnu Too hx I advise you to LtfihlnlDp to be a wcAderfal md will give them a decided ad antage over the tnauulactorles of be It will not be a stock but will be owned and operated by Smith and Their piano will be known as the Duston Smith aud will be built from start to fin id you cat nit Ike WerM Lanalu with have clilll Cbgalbaml CIHI1 Tablets jlvoj a and Most convenient oilII fonlo on Can carry It U 111 vest rreak of Here is a puzzle that puiwlei everybody Take the number ol your living double the add to it multiply the result by add to it the number of living multiply the result by add the number of deaths of brothers and subtract 150 from the The right hand figure will be the num ber of deatbs the middle 9gqre will pe the number of living sisters aud the left will show the number o living Both Chill Try Spring Hprlng fever le another nam for till It Is more serious tUun mast people A torpid liver ami in active bowels mean a poisoned II net serious follow DeWltti Little Early Risers remove all danger by stlmula tinsthe Opening the bowils and Gloaming syitem of Never I have taken DeWltla Little Early Rlstri for torpid liver every prlue for writes They do mo more food than any thing I have ever Wll A Helm A well known etudent of nature onoi tried the growing force of a When It wae eighteen old and measured twentyseven inohea ID he fixed sort of baruen around with long lever The power of tbe melon wae measured by tb weight it the weight being flxed to the Wben it was twenty daya two daya after the barneee waa flied ou It lift ed elxty pounds Ou tbe nine teenth day it lifted The ared of the globe luruiti is about the twentieth part of an incb and yet iu Hie course of a few months Ibis seed win en large into limes its orig inal and this in addition to the bunch of It baa been found by experiment that a turnip eeed under favorable Incnastt its own weight fifteen times In a Tornipi grow ing in peat ground have been found to increase mure than times the weight of their seeds iu a and same were amateur eleigbtof baud The youni cavalryman wailed till tilings eaaec up a and then climbed on i table and stuck the open blade ol Ins pocketknife into the plain pint Tben be got down and anuoun ced that be would set a beer bottli eo squarely under the knife thai when it fell it would drop straight into tbe neck of the Nobody believed be could and before the knife fell be bad a nnuiber of bete againet hie Jnet then the knife Straight as a dart it fell and dropped into the neck of tbe touching not so macb ae a bint ol the and knocking oat the bottom in its heavy There was a murmur of amaze men und tbe declaration that could not do it agai airy man eaid collected bie iugi auil went back to bil After a day or In wbicb the fame of bie prowess bad been be went to tbe canteen again and someone tackled him to try the trick ag He said it wasnt any trlok it Dimply Ilia ability to gauge They had nevef noticed ny particular bout and they were willing to bet he could not repeat tbe sue Again he took their again climbed upon tha table and stuck hie knife in tlte again be put a beer boille under the knife went bouie as if it knew the Time and again lie did And then one day an infantryman watched As the cavalryman got down from Ibe table Ibo in intryman noticed a tiny drop of water fall from tbe handle of the id mark the spot ou tbe Wben the bottle wna eel it overed tlmt Of the iiiCo wben it fell mutt fall wbere lie water But the Infantryman didnt give He track tbe boreemau or athird of Ibe of the and kept its solution for bia wn use when be Filthy Temples In Sacred cows oIKni dutlte Indian tern but worse yot Is a body thats Diluted liy Dont permit Oltmttfio your nysUiu with liiBs New Lllo Pills and avoid an old They five lively active trood fine na See the large Ateortuieut of ata lonery al tbia and bave ni lo yonr t Iu my resentative liiedle is a very clever One day a man who does not think much of religion thought he would stump tbe he what is the best way to heaven Turn to the right and then keep straight replied the preacher without an iustauts hesi The Hell lor illlf snd Ik bottle or Qito Xo Pretty Tough to gcratob or a living und relief Hunts tiro will onreyoll of Itublug Guar ileed by all If You Want to Buy a Buggy Direct from call on me and make your selection from my numerous If it is Strap examine my stock before you make your purchase it will pay If in need of General Hardware remember am strictly in the I sell strictly firstclass at very reasonable Try me and convince THE CANE BELT RAILROAD COMPANY Cane Sell trains arrive and leave Eagle Lake as follows arrive leave daily except On Sunday train going south arrives and leaves at Close connection is made at Sealy with north bound day trains and CHARLES General Passenger Two Cars of the Prettiest Things on Wheels Ever Seen in This at lis big warehouse is crammed full of Road Rubbertired Traps and other ve See them and price them even if you dont want to It is a pleasure just to look at AGENTS WANTED Lam Swlofl aid Boonaeck Ceani Chain sad Innlaf Walk Agenta easily make 85 TO PER Will furnish samplea at re duced prices to those desiring Exclusive teultory ClurM WiifcrVan ft tjiouy of of tute In its PicrccB Pellets clrartbe complexion and awceteu the Ilout yu need some job orlby geutletaan of our ac qnaiutunce says be does not be teve Iu Solomon plau for Ike raining uj of obedlnut but le lirllevee auy farmer to work upon lie aone feelings as to onuie III in to reepeot andobey arehUl The gentleman In We remember that on Ivern oocacioua during our callow when the baw and dogwood snd the Bill would bite auylhlng Hint uld we formed the wick ed habit of playing Uookey and at pending the day on the We aleo remember that when the old gentleman caught on to the tbat be joined ue one balm lornhig far the el room utul worked en our feelings to eunh nn it that we bave never atnco been able to look at a sardine ithont feeling nn Inclination to make t dull far u ire you just going home now Your mothers been looking for you all Johnny I Goodsole Just think how worried she must Johnny shes near tl rola to provide yourtelf end o he Im just begin Philadelphia He Had Tho nalit of Did U ever occur to you thai thoaeaude of people on rnnh die inked tb How I Now l Ilia and family w Islnn Cholera and Diarrhoea It is luioit cut lain to 60 needed before the summer If procured now may you a trip to town In tho night or In your builut It Is overywliore admitted la be tho most successful medicine In nee for bowel both for children and No family enu afford lo bo without Kor sale by William the was one of a group of married men who were discussing housekeeping and servants the other evening in a Philadelphia hotel He told of a girl who served hint and Pruette well enough while they were living in a New York flat several years and who one day went to Pruette in tears asked permission to go hone for n few had a telegram telling that her mother was Of said do not We cturn as ud hurried lut a word from note by Deer Miss Pruete i will be back next week an plese kep my place lot mother U dying as fast as she To MaTrnTm Al Mlnuto toiifh Cura niBdUilnet tever tried for eaui It the party utul it bait set me lo thin Indeed exclaimed tbe And what baa bee rranlt of yoar I bare come lo tbe concla the tbat lit replied Ono Minute what ie lliu only safe o lob acu i In Hi that tho doom rrlvns to B Cough   

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