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BOMB WAS THROWS.
Southern Trust Compvy
G O N E
Store 6r Moro 6f rc'rsons' Sustained
Injuries as Jtoult. ,
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Vurtj Who Is Alleged lo Hoto Done
the Deed and Thought Memlicr
, , of'MJiqck jcand Society"
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Two buyers For the
DRY GOODS GO.
Acts as Qi!ard!ah,andAdiTiihistrator; Make Bonds J
To the Eastern Harkets.
New Goods Coming;.
Now York, -Aug. ffr-A, , bomb thrown
In a crowd of Italians In Kast One .Hun
dred uhd flfty-Mrsf street . Injured, a
core or morn' persona and led to th
arrest of Clncenso' .iSbnettl. who the
police believe Is" a member of tlfeJ'rll.i'ck
Hand", society, which, for some llmW
has terrorized residents oflith. Itnil.n
-Offices At :
MEET AT WOODLAKE.
'.Q.rand Agricultural Convention
' " and Peoplo's Mass Mooting.,
t'j iWoodlako Park, ,midway
between Sherman "and Donlson,
Toxas, on Aug, 10 and 20 will bo
hold an agricultural convention
and,, people's mass mooting for.
tho discussion of agricultural,
horticultural, dairying, truck
growing, oto., under tho auspices
of tho industrial department of
tho Frisco railway. Tho North
Truck Growor's Asssooia-J
tioh'will be organized. For this
occasion tho Frisco will sell tiok
ots for tho round trip to Denison
at.80o. Tickets on saleiAug.18,.
10 and 20, limited for return to
Aug 21. WH. Roilly, Agt
The Harskaw Business College
and Literary Academy, Denison,
Texas, is one of the most thor
ough, practical, 'and modern
sohoolB in tho south or southwest.
Only teaohers of experience,
skill, and ability are empleyod.
It has many graduates holding
responsiblo and paying positions.
All worthy pupilB are assisted' in
Instructions in penmanship and
literary branohes let free td stud
nts who study book-keeping or
akorthand. Send for' catalogue.
GeoL. Harshaw. President.
-ftoleV's Kidney cure wjll 'cure
aU'diseases'arising from disordered
kidneys or bladder. Soldi at Shan
nons. Miss Pearl Human is spending
the week with friends at Madill,
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PI, T, Davis left today for Ego,
Fulsora and Wapapucka on bus
iness A,,B Mayhew spent tho" Sab
bath; with, friends at' Sherman,
Luther Richardson of Sherman,
Texas',' waa in tho oity laet after-.
noon on busihoss.
Frank Waters returned last afr
ternodn from a, business trip to
Fort Worth, Texas.
John ateger returned xrom a
visit over Sunday to his family
at Bonham, Texas
Bllai UrS M
MU wu toon rMtef
Vm. Hm aacund br wkiaff
toUng WiM ol Vao!
II iaiMoC fee prc of
.T- W. U,. .! mm Uu aawM..' W1I mtk SB KOBg.BS Ml Wra BW,
If k WiaM a re tkat tbaMad VMim kwrMWfer iaiM. WW II
,Fr -$fo. -by DtirjtrX Dm.? C.
STOMACH D0SING5 WILL HOT CURE
Only Way to Cure Catarrh is, by
Breathing Hyomoi. ,ir
Ask any physician if catarrh is
a blood disease and ho wjll toll
you that it is a diseased condition
of tho mucous membrane and
thnt it cannot bo cured by blood
purifiers pills, tablets or other
forms of Blomach dosing. The
only sensible and scientific way
of curing catarrh is by tho use of
Br.tathed for a few minutes,
four or 'five times a daj, through
a hard rubber inhaler that i.8 ;so,
small' that it can bo carried in the
vest pooket, Hyomt-i, wi'l abso;
I utely destroy all catarrhal ger.rnB.
and cure tho disease.
The City Drug Store, ono' of
tho most reliable firms in Durant
is giving its personal guarantee
with every, paokage pf Hyomei'
they sell; that it will effect a cure
or they will return the money
They have had Bcores of reports
of remarkable cures of both acute
and ohrohio oases" of, catarrh by
The complete Hyomei f oufjfc
,co9t8,Sl,00 and comprises an In-
haler,f a bottle of Hyomei pnd .a
dronpor. Tho inhalerwill lnat 'a
(HyomeiLcan' be obtainpd, fp ' 50f.
. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Speairs l6ft"
last attejnobn for St. Lqiiia . to.
Bpond ton days at tHtfVairi '
' Mrs. Ida Barnes doparted "y?fli
tbrday with ,tho" Durart: parfor f pr;
St. Louis ) to attend tho Fair.
MieaLpa Bpavort arrived home
Sunday from a ple&Barit', vjaR
with frienda. at Denton, Texas.
Hig lSewman,.,tho, pJX ppund-'
keepor.'roBigned: yesterday. His
successor has ndt been appointed.'
Ed Gumm Qame, in. last .after
noon from a visit over Sabbath
with his parents at Ravenna,
, Barnoy Johnson returned homo
last afternoon from a pleasure
trip to Fort Worth, Wolf Cityaid
Greenville, Texas. ' ' j
Mr. and Mrs. Gep. Rice
parted last afternoon for
Wprfd's Fair at St. Lpuia,.,
tutU ta tt
A xtreaM arrmMs
wwa eat MnUaullVIvM Mlly WUuS
wMk aturt Wfa
istete Mi kuM4i4 mIUC
kaJ bar Int rood iEt'i rwt
K UH t. ac imm , w m m
Tl..k..l mUl. 1 '
mmseii more severely
bruUe'd bj trie bomb' th'An any of trie
oth,er, oncf leg; being Ci'dlj- torn from
he hip to, the ankle!but he rrtaiiased
to (eFape for a time; and wia urrented
at his home.
Two rival saloon keeper on ODDOBlte
street corners 'were giving Hw'ny bftr
n an enort to 'odtdo' each other, and
a crowd surrounded each placei pJtir
Dmerco, wJio. was actlntf ua dodrkeept.
er at one saloon, says that Dunetti nrw
preached htm and demanded money,
which waa tefused". him lie Inftnedl
aely stepped, back, took, a btimb fronW
hht socket, lighted Its (use and threw,
I. An explosion followed, and men.
w.onen oJd children ran .screaming
from the place. Donettt wu knnrW.,i
down, but'sdon recd'vc'red-'surriclpntlv
to be able to getaway. When the pd
llce went to arrest hirq fte, threatened
to 'commit Bulclde, but tils door was
broken In before he could get a
weapon, i, physician attended to 'hut
Several children 'were allehtlv in.
Jured. and one man Is known to have
nad his chin blown off.
SIUcf For Smyrnr.
Vllle tranche, ranc,e. .A'ig .The
American Eiirottean' riuHrnn -.
manded by nar AUrfilrai C- T. Jewell,
sailed for Smyrna." Kuifday rnornlng. '
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i MlfOR MATTgflS,
Chihuahua, Mex will soon 'h'aVe eteo".
trie1 cars. -
, rtaifeyvnje. X. T.,"wlll hoTve a $10,000
cot(on gin. . t'"'
Mrs. MdrV'MuVphy."lS years old,'
dead, at Meadvlller l W ilfio! . '
. Mward Hans.Uck.itJjeamoua rnuslc
V cHtlc'dled at rirague. , , I..' . j
MnV Arnold tie, the hiln,i rnm...
o;ian.lsUead nf Philadelphia..
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"Drltsh exposition to Tibet
Mved M 'I.'Jknswi. th"e chiiUkI.
RstheH Walker.' a negress. was found
tendi In a, rhutr at Rherrrian Tf x. l-
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, uniting a 50.00Q flfo nn Hlatcn !
land (1 firemrn .received" bu'rink.
In an electric Car"otllsfdnitt Chi-'"
tago thirteen persona, vrr4 injured.11 '
A.tik ofrotton ratsd nckr ttnUf.
I", T contained llf bqlla and another
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Near Bala'dn, Tex, James qearJey
accidentally &hilt himself with fatal
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, Wichita FWls, Tex.. Is dally shipping
rrom five to seven carloads of cuntu
(oupes. ,- 1 ' ' i
Kdmund Bell, who kjlled .another n
$rro named Scruggs, was lynched near
Selma, Ala. . . ' "
Adjutant General HuUn and General'
Luther Hare will accompany Texas
troops to Manassas.
Princess Alice (of Monaco waa" rob
bed at Parts of a 112,000 dlamon neckn
lace, jewels 'and moneys ' '
A negro woman 'named Tahkersley
fatally shot at Georgetown. Tex.
Tier slayer fled.
Mrs. Anna WVlght of Dallaa. Tex.,
was struck, by un automobile at SL
Louls and Rerlously hurt.
A train hlltlng a trolley car at Kan
. J3jty. caued the' death of one man.
and ten t other gersona were Injured.
Wen Sudduth. sixteen rears olrt Wnrt
Mlis, Alice Johnson, fourteen were mar.
While trying to sav'h'er sister near
Charles'on, 8, O. (n the serft Miss Em J
ma LAira was drowned as well aa her
A Haddon torpedo exploded near car.
rlage of President Battle y prdones of
Uruguay at Mbatevldeo, but no one
was hkir ... t
Ex-Marshal O'Oonnetl ot Victor,
Colo., who waa removed, from pHJce, fell
from the- fourth story of a Denver hotel
and was killed.
A gasoline tank blew up; In a. Chi-
icago tailor shoo. ' Three bulldlnn wu
destrpyed. a w6man burned to death.
and twelve families lost their" homes.
Edwajd Hrnlth. teyentrrnVe year
old, and Mrst Maud Mnrstfa)lf. seventy.,
three, were) married hWi'r Newiort, Tex.
This is the groorn fourth marriage
and the bride's second.
Ex-Senator Davis and Senator El
klr.s, both Masons, rsslsted West VI r-,
glnla Masonic? grand 'lodge lay corner
stone of new Methodist chUrch'at El
kins. At Sirarnpoodle. x Texarkani suburb;
the throat of Charles Johnson, a negro
resUurani keeper, was cuf from, ear
to ear, he soon dying. George 'lianey.
another necro. was arrested.
Had a Clash.
, Kansaii City., Auk. a.-rSeraral, shots
irere flred during clash between
jitrikers, ,a.d "trika. breaker ji at Ar-
nourdale Sunday iffght, but; onsjwas
were bolfw'Ukofl IntoThVft
tbreugh the 05 1 tie, 'ciuiaa.
erowfl ef striker 'MUmnUd, U UUV
- lilHslti i,Hi in 1 Hi iTijiMpitSiKiii ' 1 1
"Curloy" Grafa has demon
strated his ability as a window
dresser again, The fro,nt vin
dow'fl at Waohienhoim Bros, aro
splondid oxhibitiona of his tasto
and ability. They aro absolutely
beau tiful and will boat; a favora
bjo comparison Jtthjtho windows
in any city. Tako a look at
thpao windows' and if you da 'not
think them pretty then wo will
confess that wo aro no judge of
Mrs. S,JR. Cox. departed yes
terday fpr Dodd City,, Texas,, to
,Jj' !-.'. '' i i 'tit.
spona a coupio oi wgokb ytiui,
relative's and friends.
,J. Jf . Voung fipd family, a.fter
a fov rppnth'a.businoss and,pleaa
ure trip to Hiilsbprpi, Tpxaa, rpr
turned homp, Saturday. t
Jim. Maddux, spent last nipht
in the. oity and. went, to Denison
today, to accept, his old .position
wlth,Arm6ur Packing Co.
vRovi Stub.blofibld'o'h Suhday
morning at his rosidenoS United
in marriage. Qi Y. Barry td Mrs,
SiE. Lauderdale both 6'f DtlrahtV
n'6r6 to 'atlerid the
of iho' Eastern
, Harvey Johnson returned home)
today from' Dallas', Texas'j- 'wnerq
he has been on business.' ' - '
1 A man always likeahis mother-
in-law among his most distant
BeoauBe he was jealous over a
girl, Ive Hattcin, colored, phot
and killed Tony Nubby, colored
at Wilburton Saturday aijd wen.
to jail on ihe charge of murder
All this hpwl about ball worms
is exaggerated to a considerable
extent.. True ,the worms aro-do-ing
damago in some of, the fields (
but three-fourths .of tho Holds
have not as, yet been touched.
Tho worms can ldestroy a third of
the crop and and yet the farm
ers will have, more than they oan
, AtFortWorth, Texas, Monday,
W, B. Hijl, a painter going un
der an assu'mod name, died sud
denly. Ho was from Kemp, I. TV
and leaves a wife and children. '
Take Katy and a plunge in, the
Gulf Galveston and rs$urn
$10.36". ' Tiokets on sale Tuesday
and Thursday of eaoh week in
July and August F,inal Limit
60 days. :
Miss Iqro Rosa entertained,, a
a number pf her. little, frionds
yesterday afternoon frpm 3 to 5
in,hpni9r,.,pifl)ier tenth birthday.
Refreshments,, were ebrvod, and
TiUbs loco aotod the hostess, in
very apprqpriatp.pianner. Those
preBept' wore,;, i Miasos Doidel
Clool Fuller, Noll and Helen1
Haynes, .Gladys Gjroyes, Mattio,
and Vella Stephens, jRutl and,
and Berntoe JbhnBon,Ma'dgeAqd
rt-.n'j. ttjJ' V 1I-
Each guoet brought a nice, pres
ent to tho hostess, and the hour
for their departure arrived all too
early, ending & moat enjoyable
i A man near QuihtoaV has
peach's eo large tkat it required
rfHjs. v 1'iwW
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' Pelightf ally
LEAVES -lA-PEirASWfr. FAREWELL
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Manufaotui'ed Only bjr
TEDS m. E?iPa?E0El CX),
Branch House ' ''. . MEXrasLT;
1 We Want Laxid.
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You.can.Sell Leaeeror Rent your .
.Land atf once'by
! IHC'AN LANDS
jg JOHMW. riAMPTONVAgt,,Steveh-HarleBia.,prnt,I.T.
G. W, Cotten 'anl wife and) The t government has issued
MraNannie White Joft today-for notices to .tho various tojrm ;in
Glarorojo anc Vintta ,to altdthP.two terrjtpriqs that wtyfoin the
the Masomo r urana Joago anUJJOJtt vwu wookw uio uuimi oiiob-
Grand Chapr of tho astdn;
Star. . , . , '. '.."
S. A. David, 'artist and photog
rapher, of Daljas,' Teaias, has.re-
turned to Durant and will 'again
associate himself with Baldwin's
WideAwake gallery. His wife
will join him'later. -
'R. H. Breashers of tadjpnia,
Tex., who has been visiting his
father, J. K. P. Broashears, for
several days,' will m.0YP to this
country this fall.
Miss Verna Cole; whtrhae beed1
visiting iti the oity .as. "the'gU'Hif
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pi.jarBp.x jn5fyWT; ww
her home at Jaonnam,'Xejca8iyee-
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Invigorating i V
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fish o"$r will, pm tljrqugh both
territories, at. whift lmeallpar
tiea. desiring fish to stock the
ponds, lakoa and Btroams will bo-
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supplied. ,-, r -. , i
. Many farmers and several iprhd.
are not farraera are. planting falli
potatoes and turnip seed. Tho
ground is' ih fine condition for
planting since recent rains.'
j Mrs. f. L. Harris and, ohil
dren returned home Sunday front
a visit wun relatives ana mends'
ad ijuuu vyiy, xxna. mr.'ftar-
risiwent down, as far. as tie
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