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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Visitor — 6 June 1901
y 7 !V ... I'm Visitor. VOL. i o AN AÜG1TS TIN Ete-TBX AS FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1901, No. 2<S Always Striving to Please. IM"at——«—mi hi m 11 —■■■■■ BinmmtimmiiMwin^HMaamnmaam mmmMmmmMmmmmmmaummmmmmmm ?• Anxious to Supply —mmmm your wants. circulation of the the VisiJju en- large and spread out till it visits ev- ery home, hamlet and hut in Eas- tfiin Texas. New goods arriving all the time. Nothing shoddy o.r out oí style finds its way up to oui shelves. We beg to call your at- tention to 9 few Drices and uigj you to take a look. The goods will do the rest. Ladies Kid gloves in latest styles and shades, guaranteed not to rip if proper size is worn, per pair $1. Black velvet ribbon No. 1 per holt 25c. 50 yards spool baby ribbon, black, whjrte and ail colors, per spool 50c. Mosquito bobinet netting 72 inches wide a 50 cent value per yard only 40c, Our linings are all you can ask and as cheap as you ever bought them. We have cambrics in kl colors 5c. Silisia and percaline 10c. Special real...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Visitor — 6 June 1901
>r. J.X.. DAY, Proprietor. ;bli mflto evert friday morpíwg Subscription, per year $1.00 •(ring: bands in East Texas soon right heie. An organization lias been perfected with eight member , and we hope to her music in the air. It takes these kind of tnings to '^flll up the little vacancies. \ Í Entered at the Post Office as second class mail mutter. Hogs continue to die at a teaiful ite in some portions of thia county. This will throw some people in an awkward plight next year, cutting their usual good supply down to an exceedingly small one. We need a few more people wti will erect some business houses an dwellings. Inquiries are comt^ftly coming in with regard to tbiaúwat- ; ter, and at present we can't do oth- erwise than say there is no room here for you unless you can build your own house. Not every man who wants to embark in business can af£ ml to buy a lot and burld a house on it. If you've got a lot and money enough to build, do so. The. oil business at Beaumont is not rec...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Visitor — 6 June 1901
Jl i , $, Drunkards are being cured daily in spite of themsejves. lo noxious doses. No weakening oí the nerves. A pleasant and positive cure for the liquor hutjit. It is genera!ly known and under- stood that Drtfnkenesg is a disease and not weakness. A body filled, with poison, and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use of intoxicating lidmors, requires an antidote capable of nuetralizing and Eradicating this poison, and destroying the craving foj rntcxi* cants. Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without pub- licity or loss of time from businass by this wonderlul "Home Qold Cure" which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates. The faith- ful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positive- ly gu t ran teed to cure the most ob- stinate ease* no matter how haid a drinker. Our records Show the marvelous transformation of thou- sands of Drunkards into sober in ihistrious and upright men. wives cure your ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Visitor — 6 June 1901
. I rVT V ^ v. / y w \ The Democratic party wants to i«dhere to the old-time, sound and conseivative doctrines of liberty, «quality and independence. The word ^liberty" must imply ireedom in commercc and trade, just as it means Ireedom to speak or think. The word "equality" must be brought again to mean that even the 44forgotten man" has some- -tiling to soy or do in making prices and in defending himself by finding bargainsí that the rich man as well as the poor man shall hr.ve fair treatment at the hands of tax gath- erers and courts oj the country. ♦••Independence ' is a democratic "word. It must not be deiived of its meaning or force by cither polit- ician or party. The opening for the Democratic party to-day is the old opening. Its place in the oid field, li looks upon the citizen as the unit and upon the people as 1ha meau consideration, It stands •ior just enough government to maintain order and give every citi- zen a free and equal chance. It is opposed to the "special privi...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Visitor — 6 June 1901
• •* Ht« EMíMf Wl AMONUMENTA Is the'proper tnui4 to mark the spotjwhere the remains |your deceased oved ones rest. I can furnish you anything you want, all the wayHÉrom .$10 up. 1 represent the famous Humbolt Marble works—-you know thé ■est Can also furnish any grade of IK.ON FENCING you can ask for Write me and I'll call on you p'er«onally and treat you¿ right. gGet my prices Respect* ully, M. S. Parish, GENEVA, TEX. P. S.—I am also prepared to give you the prices on Bibles and othor books of all description. Carry a full lins of spectacles and can tit your eyes properly. See Ub about thete commodities before purchasing else, where. A WORTHY SUuGSSOR. ■"Something Naw under the Sun." All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use of powders, acid gases, inhalers and drugs in paste io*rm Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing them to crack open and bleed. Thir powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten «way the same membranes that their makers have aimed t...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Visitor — 6 June 1901
i I )*< * • - JASPER WIPED OUT. Beaumont Texas, Juue a.—The beautiful and picturesque little town ftf Jasper, the capital of Jasper County, was entirely wiped out this •burning uy ñre. Seventeen houses, "mciMtling every business in the place and a number of resiliences, were destroyed. The fire btoke out this f.\( rring about three o'clock, and owning to the absencc of any fere j toteotion the town the town wns at the mercy of the flames from the WEDDLNU CUbiUiVi.\ Texarkana, June 5. — Stephen Ball, Jailor of Bowie county, was married last night at the residence of Sheriff Edwards to the latter's sister in law, Miss1 Sirrithie Ander- son. The bride had been indis- posed for several days but was able to get up and dress last night for the ceremony which took place in the presence of about 200 guests, nearly half of whom veie ladies. c.«ment became intense and threats of lynching were freely made. Half a do2fen arrests were nv-ide, but no tangible evidence against any of the suspec...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Visitor — 6 June 1901
. 1/ •.Ve ^ t ',Í i *X\ The low pftetf 1A ufeláfe. Asby/iUes' famftgs roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enufmous sale, It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at * cent a pound less than Afbuckles'. It has quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound. No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles' Coffee. No other coffee is cleaned, roasted or blended with such great care and . skill. When you buy Arbuckles' you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere tiear the same price. You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article. Full information with each package* Save the signatures. ARBUCKLE BROS. Notion Dept. New York City. N.Y. I «IfVW JUS MMMI ftfs Senator Chaunoey Depew was is i reminiscent mood one night re- cently after dinner at a favorito New York club, and related to a few friends how he had...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Visitor — 6 June 1901
r TASF£it WIPED OU l\ I ^EDDINU CUbXU.Vi. ■j (.«cement became intense and thre<its^l mm \ .1W" Local News. go r TOOK II* B. Short of Center was here on legal business J¡las¡t week. Rube Price went to Logansport this week Qn business. H. K. Polk has returned from I^eanmont, Dick Thpmas went to Islacogdo-^ ches Monday on a business trip. Miss Etta Day has secured the position as operator on the tel#' phone exchange of this city. Oliver McCalJ, Wra. McDonald visited Chireno Sunday in the inter ,est of their own personal behalf. Cora, the four year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Roberts, died last Monday morning. She was buried Tuesday afternoon in the family burying ground, Two yonug fellows over is t-oui& iana took unto themselves a couple of ponies last week and started for Texas, presumably on their way to the west to grow up with the coun try and be one of the toughs. They made their way into this county and Sheriff Matthews having been fore- warned, took in the boys, t...