1 .cTDnnv CHANGED HIS MIND. ,
1 - m; nj i ikuiiwm a i
J Hest Comoanie.
lnure witn me. i iccn -. .
Your business eiven my personal attention and appreciated.
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",aencJU f I K. tSLJ T IL 1 I Phone 372
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C. E. BOYETT ,
Fire, Tornado, Accident, Plate Glass, Bonds and Live-Stock
Give Us Your June Orders
We will do our best to please you with the best goods
and promptest service.
' IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE.QL' ALIT Or
ouht been buying, give ui atrisl.
WE PLEASE PARTlCULARPF.OPLE
Hinns MEAT V1ARKET
GET READY FOR HOT WEATHER
lluy a Hammock and Your
Fishing Tackle at
Haswell's Book Store
i ... QmiTHWFSTERN LIFE INSURANCE CO.. Dallas, Tex
Way? . B.:.---ST. . TV c;?v. h.. .-P.. C.P'... "1 S-rP-u. .nd .... T..
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art aoa tM'ijrim int ntumi . - "
Joe B. Reed.
r.hnir.P Frp.sh Rfleats see
S. W. BUCHANAN
It Exactness lllutrtd by th Dis
covery of Naptuno.
There U ruapa no more striking
Wuatrutlou of the power of scluntltk'
method than that relating to tue uu
cowry of Neptune lu lSi'k The planet
Urauus. until then the outermost
known member of our solar system.
rffun.nl tb follow the lath .computed
for It by mathematical astronomera.
With the progress of time the discrep
ancies between Its predicted and ob
served positions Brew constantly larger
until la the early elghtecn-fortles the
discordance amounted to fully sevcu-ty-nv
aeconda of arc. This la a amall
angle, not more ttian one tweuty-nftb
the angular dlarnetiT of our uioou. yei i
a very larjre angle to refined agron
omy, for a Ulwrepancy of two mt'onda
would ba?e been detected with caae.
The opinion gradually developed 'that
Vranua waa drawn from lu natural
course by the attractloua of an uudla
covered planet still farther from the
aun than Itself. Adama lu 1M3 auu
Lre Verrlcr In IMS Independently and
each without knowledge of the other's
plans attacked the then extremely dlf
flcuit problem of determining the ap
proximate orbit, mass and hxUIoii of
an nndlacovered body wboe attrac
tions should produce ilia Hrturijuiiou
obiierved. Ilcgrettable and avoidable
delays occurred lu aenrchliig for the
planet after Adams' result were com
munlcated to the astronomer royal Ir.
October. 1S45. Le VerrU-r's n-ult
were 'communicated to the lu-rllu ol
aervatory In Beptember. with the
request that a search be made. Thf
dbiturblng planet, later named Nop
nnp mi found on the tint evening
that It was looked for lens t bun one
degree of arc from the nitlou as
atimM bv I Verrler. If an enerpeti.
search had N-en made lu England thr
rpnr ti'for the ilanrt 'would nav
tvn dlMruvcred wlihln two degrees ol
the position astitgnod by Adams.-Tro
feor Y. V. Camplell in ropuiar rci
The Smuaoled Boa.
A loker hnd some fun with the cu
toiiis offlcliils at New York some years
n a irnnt bad cone ashore from
a German liner with a lket and was
nt.nt to leave the I'ler when a pamen
gcr whlspenHl to a customs officer that
he had letter see what tin? uankn run
.inwl Vr.lloulne tiie tip. tho basket
inmr la-na ritalned. and a wooden
box was found among a lot of soiled
iwn. The lox contained another and
this still another box. the third secure
ly fastened with screw. W hen these
removed a card was discovered
nn which was written In three Ian
ineea. -This Is the 1st ef April.
Many nappy returns of the day.
Influsr.ee of a Oam of Oolf Upon a
a k.w York oastor received a call
i In bis study one morning not long ago
I from a man with whom he had a
pleasant but not Intimate acquaint-
' i -.I h. i-laltnr told him With-
I autre v..
! out much ado that be had called on a
Some time ago." he said, "as you
know. I lost my wife. 1 have no chil
dren. 1 have no kinsfolk, and I am
very lonely In the world. Last week,
by an unlucky speculation. I lost my
whole fortune. I am therefore without
...i,n.hin without occupation.
1 without money, I am too old to start
1 II A aa at It
again, and 1 have no j"j "
U. 1 have deliberately decided, there
fore, to commit aulclde. And 1 called to
tell ycu of my purpose and to ask the
favor of you that when my body Is
found you will make such an explana
tion as your good Judgment and kind
ly feeling toward me may suggest I
have come simply to ask thU favor
.-.I urt-mt the ouestlon. which 1
j have settled for myself. If you do me
this last service I nan i '"j
Tho preacher said little and wa ri r
too wlm. to undertake to dissuade hli...
but he pen"1""1 tlia mra 10 ' "
that be hnd to say wnnoui nu. r. mo
Then as be wai going away tue
preacher called to him ami said:
"I have not mvt you u w i
links for some time. You uc to en-
Joy the game."
Yes." said the oiner.
-ttvii. do out and play one m-'i
game today before you carry out .-u
Tho man smiled for tje first V.:.ir
and went to the srolf cotirse and-lu- .'
living yet-World's Work.
S. H. FRANKLIN'S 0
Vleat ' Markets
V?rt Mtrktt Pa-M 30
Ltmf MartW 32t
Choicest ot l$eef, I'ork, Veal. Mutton,
,nJ Sausage. Your trade i appreciated.
!.- " i
HERR1CK and GURNEY
New stock just received Call and see them More you buy.
W. T. JAMES
Old Tim Gai Charge.
The prtc- of gns In the early part 'f
tho last ce1 rury k shown by a sched
ule of chan " 1 J" "H' '-v,,r,,,M.!
Gaslight co. ipany In the year 1-1.
Instead of o much per "ul,,c foot !'
lng levied ev h li dividual burner wi
charged for. and tho price varh-d at
m th hour at which the llht
was to I extinguished. Thus for
using one M. 1 Argand burner up till
g p. m. 3 lr annum bad to le paid
For Uie rlgUt to keep It alight until 0
3 ISa. was the figure, while th.
rolsterlng bladea who sat np till 10. 1'
or 12 bad to disburse 4 10s, 3 12
and 0 M. respectively. Imagine the
gas hill at a bouse where ten or twelve
burners are flaring away until th
small hours If such a method of taxa
tlon were lu force nowadaysl-Llver-pool
It not arrogant wVn fortune smile
nor dejected when she frowns.-Anto-
Manhattan Life Insurance Co.
S. L BOATWRIGHT, Agent
Stevenson Machine j& Repair Worly
PHONE NO. 7 DRYAN, TEXAS
Protect Your Clothes i
,, i a L rs SudiIv of White Tar Flakes, Livender
Hive lust received a rreri aupjii o.
Camphor, Red Cedar Chips and Moih Balls. '
M. H. JAMES DRUGGIST
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