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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 30 May 1913

A TRIED AND PROVED GUARANTEE. 9 0 Man Bought a Bottle of Godson's Liver Tone, Then Took it Back and Asked for His Money ind Git it Back. A man recently tried out the guarantee which Ben F. Griffin gives with every bottlejof Dod- son's Liver Tone. He bought a bottle and then went back to the drug store and said the medicine hadn't helped him. This druggist just reached into his cash register and took out a half dollar, the price of the bot- tle of Liver Tone, and handed it back to the gentleman, But he • • didn't take the money. He owned up that he was just trying the guarantee and, as a matter of fact, he had found Dodson's Liver Tone the best remedy for constipation snd 1 illiousness he had ever tried. "Why," he said, "my wife wouldn't be without a bottle in the house for anything. It's the best thing in the world for the whole family, and the medicine that I prefer to take or j to give to my children for a lazy i liver." Ben F. Griffin sells Dodson's j •Liver Tone and guarantees i...

Publication Title: Chillicothe Independent
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 30 May 1913

' A ' WOMAN SUFFERED TEN YEARS From Nervousnes* Caused fey Female Ills—Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound. Auburn, N. V. — "I suffered from nervousness for ten years, and had such organic pains that sometimes I would lie in bed four days at a time, could not, eat or sleep and did not want anyone to talk to me or bother me at all. Some- times I would suffer for seven hours at a time. Differentdoc- tors did > the best they could for me until four months ago I began giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound a trial and now I am in good health."— Mrs. William H. Gill, 15 pleasant Street, Auburn, New York. "Doctor's Daughter Took It." St. Cloud, Minn.—" I was so run down by overwork and worry that I could not stand it to have my children talk aloud or walk heavy on the floor. One of my frien is said, 'Try Lydia E. Pinkham's "Vege iable Compound, for I know a doc- tor's daughter here in town who takes It and she would not take it if it were not good.' " ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 30 May 1913

I '$1 ODD SEA MAMMALS U. S. Expedition Finds Last Rookery of Elephant Seals. Huge Animals, Thought to Be Extinct, Are Found on Isolated Island of Guadalupe by Party Headed . by Dr. C. H. Townsend. New York.—Naturalists all over the world are greatly interested just now In a beach some 400 yards long by 30 In width on the isolated island of Gaudalupe. Here on this remote and uninhabited island, lying in the Pacific ocean, 140 miles off the northern pari of the peninsula of Lower California, has been discovered the only rookery left and the last standhoid on the western continent of the northern ele pliant Beal. This is the largest of all seals, long since thought to have dis- peared, and likewise one of the most remarkable marine mammals existing today. Aside from its great size, 16 feet ana more, the chief feature of interest of these animals is centered in the strange appearance of the head, caused by elephant-like trunk or snout, meas- uring in the adult males nearly a foot or mor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 30 May 1913

SB#'; i $1 G. R. JONES FOR STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES AND PRODUCE The Cheapest Grocery House in Chillicothe. Try Him and See. 7SND LOCKL PERSONSL Lobs ef rugs at Geeo's. W. A. Lee went to Mineral Wells Tuesday. Joe A Johnson was here from Crowell Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McGrana- han spent Sunday in Vernon. Dr. Johnson went to Fort Worth Wednesday on business. S. R. Turner was here from Farmers Valley trading Satur- day- Mrs. C. A. Hansard is visit- ing relatives at Blair, Okla , this week. L. E. Cearley and Bonnie Rose left Friday night of last week to visit at Anson. I have a full line of J I. Case implements and repairs. J. P. McPherson. Miss Vivian Higginbotham is visiting relatives in Montague county this week. Dr. Boucher and family re- turned Sunday from a two weeks visit in East Texas. W. H- Chapman of the Mounds was a business visitor to our city first of the week. Mrs. E C. McDonald and'chil- dren are \i iting relatives in Corwell this week. T. P. and H. W. Spruill from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

X* ' V O C) I) I > - \ I i J CHMJJCO THE n t« VOL. 10 CH1LLICOTHE, HARDEMAN COUNTY, IEXAS, JUNE 6, 1913. NO. 22 200 SLAIN IN DES- PERATE FIGHT. Battle Lasts All Day and Consti- tutionalists Win Big Vrctory. Brownsville, Texas, June 3.— Matamoros fell into the hands of Gen. Blanco's insurgents at 9:30 o'clock to-night. Maj. Ramos of the Federals, who was wounded in the stand made at the Mata- moros electric light plant this afternoon, died tonight in Brown- ville where he was brought after being wounded. The wounding of their commander served to discourage the Federals. The toll of dead on both sides from the battle today, not count- ing the wounding of PrivateDavis of the United States cavalry while on patrol duty, will not be known until the smoke of battle has cleared and Red Cross work- ers are able to work among the fallen, Losses are heavy on both sides, and an authentic estimate as to the number killed is placed as high as 200- Nearly 100 Fed- eral regulars have surrendered...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

IMS ' *1.. _ T.: THE INDEPENDENT \ JAMfcS Y. BUCK, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription Price $1.00 a Year. FRIDAY. JU.N'E 6. lfii:1. Houston reports fifteen diverce cases in one day.>Ge whiz! This seems to be a new plan for keep- ing in the limelight. Tuesday was the 105th anni- versary of Jefferson Davis and in many of the Southern States his memory was fittingly cele- brated. A girl who screams when she's kissed may hold to the theory that there are other methods of advertising besides the use of printer's ink, suggests an ex- change. tg.o-. eat The town of Olustee, Okla., suffered a big loss by fire last week when six or seven of her best business houses were de. stroyed. The wheat harvest is now on in full blast in Hardeman county and from what we can learn the crop is going to be reasonably good, considering the very dry weather. Thirty-five thousands bales of cotton were exported to Europe through Aransas Pass last year, which was an increase of 100 per cent over the year b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

TOOK AWAY THti EVIDENCE. Bridegroom's Proof That He Had Been a "Real Sport." A Itouver bote] man, tolls ths fol- lowing story and nays It's true: A few days atfo a bride uud groom from the country registered at the liotel. "What aro your rates for roam uud I board for two?" asked tha groom. "Six dollars," was the reply. That was satisfactory, and the two were given a room. When they decided to leave the groom asked for his bill. It was $24. He was staggered. "What!" he ejaculated. "Twenty-four dollars! I That's an outrage. You said six dol- : lars." "Six dolkiru a day," came from the clerk. "Six dvllars a day." "Six dellars a day!" the groom almost gheuted. "I thought yuu meant six dwllars a week." The clerk simply smiled. Finally the groom paid over the money. "New," he taitf, calming 4eWB iC.mewhat, "wait a minute. I want to go upstair*. Keep that money in your hand." The clerk didn't under- stand, but he decided to humor the man. The latter mkji returned with a camera. Aiming It ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

iK' if—■' #*■ - ■-i f,M I ' I ■r « I |k| i ' nr £' JKii i [f.'i i I i | V M • I I • II t . V f ■ ' I kY p,i m 11 1' I m G. R. JONES FOR STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES AND PRODUCE 77ie Cheapest Grocery House in Chillicothe. Try Him and See. i _ i kind lochl personal Lots f ruga at Geeo's. Claude P. Hamilton was here from Odell Saturday. H. B. Ray drove through the country Monday to Vernon. H. S. Chandler went to Qua- nah on business Monday morn- ing. W. V. Lance and daughters of Big Valley were shopping here Saturday. J. II. McCaslin of Farmer Val- ley was noted on our streets Saturday. I have a full line of J- I. Case implements and repairs. J. P. McPherson. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Napeir and little son spent Sunday in Ver- non with homefolks. L. R- Coleman and family are here from Justin visiting W. N. WofTord and other friends- Miss Mary Long from South Texas is here visiting her uncle Henry Bradford and family. i still handle the Wichita Best Flour—the best hard wheat Hour on the market. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

MAG.WISE SECTIOW CHILLICOTHE IINDEPENDENT cm m.ucotii k. ii mtdkmax county. tkx.as..j t\k h. 1013. Copyright, 191 "J, by Home Color Print CuM Fnrf worth. Texas. E 17 0 ■ 1- M WT7-. 0 \me come to contr\bllte t o you new dog home when does ' rlcht ivow ?>ir: w 1! here s a lady THAT WANTS "TO start a homc fop homeless dogs. j\)st the i.# cheese .j mm hour. distress n\* itt wants to see her it op £w 1 n J /> - l!fil«lii KPT" s : H.nim,.;:;' iiiilisllii "d0nt be UON fi>. Boss • iil be u)ne50ne. hA ifi —— ^ lil! A Y'/*£7cytMr~ far- ,-^t j rnrflm •* .. /<■// j// ■'::"ipf?,ii>'"1 iiipif iimiirtw! : " there, madah ; p horro^s vs" he's after. tab6x . l|t -that poor. 3$mrt be t0vp. ips ^^te -; S~rop i * that- ;i) hi! "nou are very gen- erous, ^p.: \ know. he na/amt s we to catch that ovtf w* v£pr htra/ c ;t~^ f *!■ ."'' " 11 y i! ! < hn - : r ■mil j; :| p®i« wonpern wot he:, vvantsf ltidibimhlitiuiiibiisylaili; ^hel?! he5 killing jvn cat!!" ielp' hfrlp" — ' cone here, dad - ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

t jLw- I I I 1 d&l ■ Jl I | 1 I i | I JIMMY CALVERT'S ADVENTURES By John A. Moroso The Mignonette Lady and the Secret Service THE June nights had come with their elusive odors of blossoming f'lliage and by an open window of his favorite club's lounging room Jiinmie Calvert was comfortably tuf-ford'in a \\ yulsor chair for a quiet evening of imbibing and gossip. Things were pretty bright for Handsome Jim- mie, as his intimates cabled hini* snui; berth in a big Wall street banking house had been offered Jim and he felt that now he could turn in his cold badge to the chief of the I'nited States Secret Service and settle down to a business career. And yet Handsome Harry had grown to like that little disk of gold which he wore hidden away under his waistcoat. It has brought him many a day and night of adventure, many a fine thrill, and he determined to keep it until the first day of July, when he wa« to report for his Wall Street job. There was but one task before him and when he com...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

I ftlinj jacks ■ I learn I I I I Fit I I I soft from 1 nr in I 1 | I | it I | were fl rare '11 I | with |?> vert." I; I Latin I 1 Silver B There was a chance for them. The .sealed room made the echoes of the falling axes frightful. Maria Antoni was lying limply in the bend of his right arm. I want that formula, he told her abruptly, "We shall soon be out of here." Calvert s left hand tore open the cravenette coat and the waist beneath it. "(J, pleaded. He niWie no answer. .She pressed closer and closer to him in an ef- fort tn prevent him taking from her the scrap of paper for which *he had Hiked her life as a tpv in the hire of the Triple \lliaace.' He pulled hoi arm almost savagelv and found the paper. She pulled her garments together as the oaken door crashed to the floor within and their prison was filled with light. A crowd of firemen in heavy rubber boots and oats, armed with axes and picks, rushed in. Where is the fire: one ot them demanded. In the rear, said Jimmie, drawi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

INDIAN RAIDS IN TEXAS * By Col. Acie Sooner THEN the Indians charged our posse, and the order of retreat was triven. Mr. Cash put his foot in the stirrup of his saddle, and essayed to mount, but the saddle turned, and as the Indians were coming on with a yell, Mr. Cash mounted upon the ani- mal's back. The frightened horse jumped across a creek, from bank to bank, more than twenty feet, a feat that none of the other horses could do. in this shape he reached Denton, and loading his family in a wagon hiked for Lewisville.. Os Popinnaugh's horse dropped dead on the road and he came to town afoot, and out of breath, his knees trembling. The- horse belonged to Henderson Murphy. The Indians were pursued for about twenty miles north, into Cooke county. Here they were overtaken, and many of the stolen horses recap- tured. The Indians escaped. Soon after this raid, and one morning about sun rise, R. G. Johnston, a prominent stockman, who, the night before, had been camped with a number of ot...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

• * • • CALIFORNIA'S WAR ON JAPANESE A Clash of Races THl' return of Secretary of State Bryan from ( alifornia, where he hastened to bring the influence of the Federal Gov- ernment to bear directly upon mem- bers of the California Legislature to prevent the passage of the alien land law, caused grave con- cern in \\ ashington. 1 he secretary's trip was futile, as California's governor has notified Presi- dent Wilson that he will sign the bill. The following are the reasons set forth by Cal- ifornians as to why they do not like tin- Japanese : Given two individuals, one dominated bv racial hatred of his neighbor and a determination in eliminate him ami the other equally proud and determined not to accept insult from anv one, and each with spirit enough to resort to force—given this situation betwen two men, the only wav to prevent a clash is for their friends to keep them apart. Similarly effective interposition of the Federal Government between California and Japan seems now the onl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

I ■$ J IP ff % \ a"1 ti THE FINE ARTS (iraerai %*n Houston. On th* left hand aide of the speakerS ■ tend, In the House of Representatives, hangs a llfe-sl*« painting of Oeti Hum Houston, with his Mexican blanket around hi* shoulders, and « overtng his arma walking stick In iiIh left hand, and noldlng a white felt hat In his tight; daring. vim and romance plainly cxpr^Rifd In ovfrj feature of n strong- ly marked face; forehead broad, and "f • medium height HIh career throughout life wan greatly diversi- fied Of poor parents, horn In humble surround!ngs In North Carolina, at an early agt* he wax s soldier under Jack ■on In the Florida Indian war HIh Courage and fortune had made him g^'* ernor of Tennesiiee. He married a beautiful girl. It wai supposed that on the night of his marriage sh* plainly told him that «he loved hi* rival. This undone Jils proud Hplrit He was distrusted with life and humanity. Before at other nun Houston'* resigna- tion to the proud office wan In the hand* of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

HOrSTOVi KEW HOTEL HOTEL CADILLAC kcbopkai. Corner Main anil Rink St« mrp on a nonoR, r rop. Opened In March, 1913 Brand new ihrou*hout OrlentRl finish Lie lux.' room* with bath 11.60. without bath 11.00 The heat In Houaton for th« monny. Ill the inaln iiart of the rttv. gulet and oommodloua Vlaltora to Hnuaton will be well pleased and well (■commodnted If they atop at the Hotel Cadillac. itn aimwcrliig a<lT< r11-. i«. uifUtl' U till" |iot>er.i HOTEL HARBOR 2402 % venue < —« ororr '24th Kneliiu the i in If. WHS. K. STKliX, Proprlet ren*. l~lir>)|M-HII PlUII. llHlt'H. #' II ilu« mid IIP. thi; mow iiotki, o\ tiik m:\cn Modern K<julpment ami Screened Throughout. 0|m*ii the 1 enr Around. All Reach Car* Pass the l oor Phono :WH)0. Wire for reservation*. (In niiiwrnng advertln >rn mention (his paper.) i The Mexico Restaurant Opposite Casino on Galveston Beach Galveston. Te\an. All the finest Mexican dishes. dean cooking, sanitary dining' room, purest foods.. Covers fo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

r « u The ( elrbratrtf. FORT WORTH WELL DRILLING MACHINES "Standard for lsst twen- ty-five years" Manufactured In Kurt Worth by the FORT \\ old if U Kl.l. MACHI.IfC IU., 01 Jpanlnga Ave. I'hone I.miii 11 r iil.'iS Write for * 'at.i- ■"""loifue and Prices. • In anstrvrliig lidtrrti* >m mention tbl* pape Egg Producer Crashed n7atrr Obeli. for r'oaltrr. <"hlck« and Pigeons. Ask your flealer or write Wllkeus & Blehl, Galveston. T«u. Iln answering nitT.rtlsers mention lhl«i pap'' SEEDS THAT SUCCEED Rest, true to name, garden seeds. Write for price li-t. VVe will buy your Cow-Peas. Quote us price. Margrave's Seed Store 2006 Strand St. Galveston, Texas <ln «ni" < riii* advert iaers mentior. tbla paper* WATER ANALYSES \rc eff i;ive safeguards for individual and muniil- pal health. THE FORT WORTH I. \ liOK \TORIKS. i ii Pttrttr, B. ■„ CI i I'res i 'oil suiting Ai.alytlca. Chemists and Chernh <tl Kngineers. -Ol«T llou*o ti St., K«rt Worth. Tftaa. • In .1 cimr\«>rijtg adv...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

• • • % We Give Special Attention to buying and selling stock in all Insurance and Trust Companies doing business in Texas. Get our prices before trading. The Dallas Exchange Wilson Bldg. Dallas. Texas (In .answering sdvertl*. . tion rbi* paper < Osceoia-Oiym- pos Consoli- dated Mines Companj^ Or M Valley, \<>ratln ( ounly, < nl. TTIK <;li\«s VAI.I.ki DISTRICT has IMtOtM < Ell *IUO,OOI),OOU <.<11/11 m ,i |S thn richeet quarts minliiK dlstrlot known. Our property hol.linnK ur«' HO acres adJoinhiK larsfe operating mints Our ore at 5n-foot levol, milllnK II • 00 ppr ton ROld stuck ai par. SI.Oil in 'ahnrr nori-aiRe.ssable for dwvclojj- nii'nl and complete equipment. Investment fs Speculation. W rite us foi information T. K. I)KMI \ N *V < <>,, Suit* \Krntl. I nlon >n(. iIniiI, IIIiIb., lliiimtnu, Texim 11 n in.* r I vert Iyer* tii#* •In. | til | « ' C. H Schools r, President. Heorge H. Bird, Sec'y. and Treas. Corporation Audit Company Pnhllc AiiriHor...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 6 June 1913

The Rich, Satisfying Flavor and wide spread pop- ularity of Maxwell House Blend Cof- fee represents years of patient experi- ment and a life long study of the bever- age. Atk yoar urocrr for it. Cheek-Ncal Coffee Co. Nulrvill* Hvuatos Jaohnirilk In This Department I Hope to Be of Some Help to Women in Reducing House- hold Expenses. I Will Thank Any Woman to Send Me a Suggestion Wherein the Cost of Living May Be Rcduced. Address "Mr?. P. L. R., 1408 College Ave., Fort Worth. I'ex." tin answering advertIsrra mention this paper) French Cut Hair foods Have I Ik* most complete line of French < ■"u 1 Hair Goods at the sam« price as the coarse Chinese iiair. (*oods sent on approval. Switches from $.'>.00 up - fine hair. To let people know what I ran mako for them, If a responsible lady in each town will get up two 01 three order* nnd send them to me or write, I will make her a proposition. My work is under a guarantee. Kstab- lisliod S years In Houston. VIIMCIS II Mil l>lti:ss|\&l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 13 June 1913

"#, ■ & rk a CHILLICOTHE INDEPENDENT VOL. 10 CHILLICOTHE, HARDEMAN COUNTY, 7£X4S, Jt/AT£ /J, 1913. NO. 23 TRIED TO BRIBE GEN. BLANCO. Trevino and a Captain of Federal Volunteers Shot to Death. Brownsvill, Texas, June 8.— Three hundred thousand pesos ang a Generalship in the Federal army was the price offered Gen. Blanco, commander of the vic- torious Constitutionalist forces in Matamoris, if he and his army would join the cause of the Hu- erta armies, according to Fran- ciseo Jose Mujica, chief of staff of Blanco. The staff was also re- membered, the promise having been the offer to them of rank In the Federal army as now held by them in the Constitutionalist army. It is declared the offer was made by Gen. Trevino of Monterey, Gen. Fernando Gon- zales, Huerta chief in Huevo Leon and Ge". .Juan De Dies Arzamendi, chief of arms at Victoria. It was made verbally and was brought to Matamoros by Capt. Bruno Trevino, accom- panied by a rurale. Blanco brought the matter be- fore a boar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Independent — 13 June 1913

THE CHILLICOTHE INDEPENDENT JAMES T. BUCK, Publisher GERMAN WAR BALLOON CAPTURED BY FRENCH TROOPS CHILLICOTHE, TEXAJ "Starve the fly" U much the better slogan Every baseball team la a pennant -winner Just now. Women will wear smaller hati, but bat* are not sold by the square foot. New York'fc spring cleaning will Ob at 128.04)0. It will be dirt cheap at that. Announcement of the centenary of the silk hat reminds us that the good die young. No man need be devoid of pride when he can press his own trousers successfully, Even a person without much other culture may point proudly to his ap- pendicitis scar. A California man Is breeding striped rats, but what kind of liquor he js using is not stated. There are no new names to call the umpire, of course, but then there are always new umpires. No wonder the man who gave his ■wife thirty hats failed to win her love, considering the styles. The simplified spelling board is go- ing right on simplifying words that refuse to be simplified. Ther...

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