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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Quinlan Review — 1 August 1902

o 1 £**') 1 o uinlan Review f'lVK CENTS PER COPY. DIJVOTK.D TO Tí ti? INTERESTS OF quiñi..' N AND iii.'N'T COUNTY. ONK IX 1.1. \ li A Vi A. Volume ii. QUSNLAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST i, 1902.' Number THREADGILL & STRACENER, land agents, QUSNLAN, TEXAS. BY J. R. INGRAM, West Washington Streot, Green- ville, Texas. •¡«¡•¡.a ■ 'i The Following are Rare Bargains: f. i . No. 8—470 :iores of gty>d bottom land, six miien southeast i t Quinlan, ¡ >18 per acre; one-half caaK. remainder on good terms. ¡ No. 9 -130 aeres of good sandy land, one mile south of Quintan, is2f> per acre. is IV I. -io. 10-75 aeicj* of black latid, five miles east of (fuinlan, near Mexico, ••.¡28.50 per acre; one-half cash, rest to suit buyer. No. 11 -90 acres of black sandy land, six miles northeast of Quintan, part bottom, 320 per acre; S600 cash, rest on long time. Xo. 12—230 acres of su r.dy land, six miles south of Quinlun, "12.50 per acre; one-third cash, rest to suit buyer. i i . No. 13—130 a le.-i...

Publication Title: Quinlan Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Quinlan Review — 1 August 1902

' o o o Ují Muta Mente . H. 1. MOiiGAN, Publiahsr. QU1NLAN, TEX.Í& GLOBt GLEANINGS. Kaiser will visit England. Bandits roam over Turkish prov- Hot weather prevailed at Cincinnati. Lord Rosebery dined Whitelaw Reid. A Belgian has invented a ílying ma- chine. Walden Jaeater was killed by light- Ding near Linneus, Mo. Paraguay will have an exhibit at tuc World's fair at St. Louis. Six Berlin bankers were convicted ot falsifying book- and sentenced and fined. Gens. Botha and Delarcy, with their secretaries, sailed i;om Cago Town for Europe. Adam Schaab, av.< of the pioneer piano manufacturer-. and dealers m Chicago, is dead. Two engineers and a fireman were killed la a head-endd collision at Rhinelander, Wis. Quick lunch proprietors at New York have raised the price of beef and beans from to 15 cents. Henry L. Moss, fm;t United States district attorney for Minnesota, died at St. Paul, aged CO years. Fred Weichlrod and a son and daughter of I. P. Mus-kopf were killed by lightning ...

Publication Title: Quinlan Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Quinlan Review — 1 August 1902

o o FIGHTING IN f ARIS o Thirty Thousand People in an Anti-Clerical Difficulty. Vim MO SERIOUS RESULTS. DONE IN DIXIB. Mattara of Interest that Have Recant I y Come to Pasa. The Trouble Originated Over the Policy cf the Government In Closing the Con* Qregattonalist Schools. 7<V** Cotton picking is beginning in Flor- |M| ida. Antl prohibitionists carried Jen- nings, La. E. M. Hoke, a prominent Misslsslp- pian, died at Waterford. Thomas Kilcoyne of Paducah, Ky., suicided with morphine. A bank, residence and eight busi- ness houses "burnsd at Cadiz, Ky. William Burton, a well known Ohio river pilot, passed away at l'aducah, Ky. ® Taris, July 28,-The demonstrations The e]oop DeU capt.ze(1 noar made Sunday ^connection with the Savannahi Ga> Tw0 porgon8 wera decree of Premier Combes ordering tho ,jrowlie(ji closing oí the congregationalist schools proved to be quite as much of a mani- festation in support of the government as of opposition to its anti-clerical 01 0 a" measures. The ...

Publication Title: Quinlan Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Quinlan Review — 1 August 1902

o o W*wew uu iw y luuklii i.LÜ Published Every Friday. o !'. II. MORGAN, Proprietor. 1 ¡it thii Q.iinlHii postulUe; ;.s >nú «•' ',-h matter. .i'iis.'U'i'Tlo:' Oj lucra: ()r.e D'.)li¡ir. i- ¡.'¡LAY, AUGUST 1, 1002. Kaiser"wi'íi viaít England. Bandits roam over Turkish prov- Hot weather prevailed at Cincinnati. Lord Rosobery dined Whltelaw Reid. A Uelgian lias invented a flying ina- :hine. « Walden Jatator was killed by lifiht- jlng near Linneus, Mo. Q Paraguay will have an exhibit ai tue World's fair r,t St. LoulÉ Six Berlin bankers were convicted ot falsifying book-: ami sentenced and ined. Poll Tax Amendment. !.' -1 BL Fred Gaines, the talented editor of the Greenville Banner for the rmst yoar, ha? resigned his posi- tion to take editorial manage- ¡ rtient of the Paris News. The; Review wishes Mr. Gaines thu greatest prosperity in his new home, and regrets exceedingly ¡íiii departure from the Hunt! county journalistic field. The Dust riu!ch Process. lavy JotJSiE Rainiali of Twen...

Publication Title: Quinlan Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Quinlan Review — 1 August 1902

o o o. o o o o o ssw Beai^fui. SUMMER GOODS! . At no time since the establishment of our firm have we had such an elegant Une of .Spring and Summer Goods to offer our patrons. In the selection of this stock the greatest care has been exercised, and our shelves are loaded with everything pleasing to the taste of the ladies. Ca!S, inspect, arid get our prices on Silks, Lawns, Pique, Percale, Madras, Linen, Prints, etc. Our stock of Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets Ribbons and Embroideries is very com- plete* and our light-weight Shoes for summer wear can not be excelled. We have ail the latest styles in foot-wear for ladies and gentlemen, and can please the most fastidious, Every department in our three large stores has been carefully looked after, and you only have to calí to be convinced that we can supply your every want. o ® ° ® John Deere Implements, New MoSine Wagons And Great Variety of Leathér Goods. . o O J o o We can suit In Farm Implements -ami we carry all .John Deere repairs--Wag...

Publication Title: Quinlan Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Quinlan Review — 1 August 1902

© o © o $ An Old-Fashioned Woman $ „ J*! No clevor, brilliant thinker, she, With college record anil degree; Khe has not known the paths of fime, Tho world has never heard her name, Hhe walk In old, long-trodden ways, The valleys of the yesterdays. Home Is her kingdom, love Is her dower- She seeks no other wand of power To make home sweet, bring heaven near, To win a smile and wipe a tear, And do her duty day by day In her own quiet placo and way. Around her childish hearts are twined, As round some reverend saint enshi ned, And following: hers the childish feet Are led to Ideals true and sweet, And find all purity and good In her dlvinest motherhood. ¿ ] Sho keeps her ?aith unshadowed still- God rules the world in good and ill; Men In her creed are brave and true, And women pure as pearls of dew. And life for her Is high and grand. By work and glad endeavor spanned. This sad old earth's a brighter placa All for the sunshine of her face; Her very smile a blessing throws And hearts a...

Publication Title: Quinlan Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Quinlan Review — 1 August 1902

'V O o o O O' © © © O o o Hril$ Big Bargain Book ' arda off high prices, by holeiallng goods to all. orth a dollar. Ill tava you many dollars. It contains over klepricoa ou 7* ' lufcbr tlon« a.. ■taud wufct the oeuU for oataloffue and learn : nut dollars do tau work of dv< VíMfffáítdb CHICAGO The house that tells the troth, rwn lluld-llrmleit Story. Tflere Is a certain statesman a* Washington who has a mustarhe or. one Bide of his face and a fringe or hair at the base of his very bald head. Not long ago, when he was sick, it be- came" necessary for his nurse to ad- minister some medicine to him. The room was dark and the senator seemed to be asleep. The nurse felt hiw face, then poured the medicine—down his back. The senator was asleep, face down- and the nurse mistook the fringe of hair around the liase of his bald heal for the mustache over his mouth. 11 im Ou i Strpfut lirr. Benjamin S. Lawrence, a bridge builder of Toronto, has married,, his own step-mother, Uattie Lawrence. ...

Publication Title: Quinlan Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Quinlan Review — 1 August 1902

JXm © A Laugh in Church Kodo Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. ,,,,, th * hfipnmp Thi* preparation contain* all of the U d' ",h y . " diiestunts and di«a tB all kinds ot ho subject of the xt gives instant relief and never rl«v nu.rnir.Lr sur- fails to cure. H allows you to eat ¡i!l Two mischievous girls who are members of a church choir in a country town, figured recently in a laughable incident which is f.iiite good enough to bear re poating, In some way, known only to themsel possessed of the minister's Sunday morning ser mon, and thereupon set about t electing songs in harmony with tho theme. On Sunday morning unequalled lii 'y were on hand bright and early, looking innocent enough to deceive a brace of Pirikerton de- tectives. One of ihem seated t ho food you want. The most se.'f-i ti ve stomachs can take It. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else fallecí. is ailed for t!ie stomach. Clnla- Citation by Publication. Tun iStatk ok Tkxa • In...

Publication Title: Quinlan Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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