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CONDENSED REPOKT OF THE CONDITION OF
Tfie Ciiy Noilonol Baito OF BRYAN, TEXAS At mads to the Comptroller ol the Currency at the Close of Business June 18, 1906. I D D a d a I7U an mm RESOURCES Loans and Discounts l'S U. S. ronds and Premiums o3,opo.00 Stocks ani Securities 8,ol4'-n Furniture and Fixtures --OO..jO Eiwnses and Taxes Tail 3,8-iO.O.i CASH : 151,091.84 Total J42V, 203.77 LIABILITIES Capita! Stock Siin.linanl I'nliviled l'rotits 1 1 , ... , .-.0,000.00 Circulation DEIUSITS 376,543.9') r)r,j l-J'.iJO.).T7 I. AlK'it V. Wiliurvn, c.ihr. f the aNvt.- n.uv.rd U.xnU, !, h..!unn!y vhui tli.it the- funv.'iiut.iti-nunt U true t-. the rest t niv Kri"vlv .!v .in J hlicf. ,Lr.i:i'T V. WlLKEI'SON, C.i-liu r. Svvrn to an.l sub-cried Mw v.w thi the -Mt J.iy J -.inc. 1906. hU. S. I)EKl)hN, N. t.iry I'ulMu-, Brazos Gunny, Tt-x t-. ( (',. S- I'.uUi-r Cnru.t Attot: lid. IUI ; Uresis ( J. W. Ln-IMi hU. HALL. ProLiant S. I'AKKhK. Vuv resident t. H. ASTIN, Via-Lrcsi.k nt A. W. WILkbl'SON. C.ihu r AT1MCTI0N SAIL. Begins Thursday, June 21 Closes Saturday, June 30 ;ul to . ur I i- ' Rem -vl S!." The Removal Sale was to forcibly remind you of our move to new quarters. The Attraction Sale is to forcibly remind v'ou that we have moved to new quarters second door north of HaswcU's Book Store, where we want you to find t he way quick. & Seasonable specialties The uminer lo-at natur ally iMitu'.'xt sick II ess. Uuanl i.'.iliiht It ly iininn our Ideal disinfectant Carbo-Crescl Sold tu nny quantity. Borax Ammonia Talcum Powders Toilet Waters Violet Bath Ammonia Wash Rags, Sponges SOAPS I I f2 it. J' SLAIN ON PORCH. Mrs. Maggie Patterson Killed and Her i Brother-ln-Law Arretted. ! rsirniingham. Ala June 23. Mrs. Maggie Patterson, wife of a harm ! maker, wan shot nri'l Instantly killed Thursday afternoon lil!c Hitting on the front porch of her homo on Avenue D nnd Kevcntecnth mreet. Frank His sett. r.T brother In law, a prominent locomotive engineer, Is In Jail. charged with the murder. Itlssctt ami his wife ecparMed a few days ago, ami Jlr. ' IllrtH-tt Went tO HveW ltl) hT SlKttT. Mr. Patterson. While Wssett m passing the house Thursday Mr. Pat terson wait sitting mi the porch with Pilssctt'g baby In li r arms. The shoot ing followed. When arrested, p.lseett was foun'l to have a had hiilh't wound In his side. lc i l.ilin that while passlnv th plai i persons hid behind th- fenrw hivan firing at him. anil n (ul kly a pn , Blbli- h fired halrk and fl.-.l. HlxKett M , would la severe, hut not fatal. He de- n!rn that h" attempti d to take hi own life after killing Mrs. l'atti rson. General Deficiency Bill Pattea. Washington. June ;:i The Keneral f!flrleL:y bill, carrying iitmut Sll.ti'iO. uu. w as vana.d Thursday eight Ly the mate. Mmi' !ltnti. nn I cr!i ulf. M.O and tl2 0 i. now 7 5 1. ill"'! Norwood. Paid Penalties. Austin. June 29. The Cas-ldy South western Commission lompany of Kort i, ,...,,).. r .,f tli,. Fort Worth , Ol 111, I 111- I UvtwKM'k Kxrhanwe. wlili h pl a.h d rullt to violating the- antitrust laws. Krldav puld Into the treasury of the I court 'the mini of 7.r.. whlrh was the I amount of penalty Imi'os.d on ihe I . ,,r....rur i,.n This sum was turiied over to the attorney general and ile I.osited In the stat.. treasury Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The porei the ikin are reiponsitile lor mot complexion troubles, isumnier dust, the stain ol vacition travel, combined with the grease ol perspiration, dog anj stif.e the pores. Keep them clear and hrilthr. that the natural oils may Jo tbeir work of tokening the skin. POMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraw t every particle of impurity from the pores all the way through and by Kently exercising the facial muscle round them out to perfect development; blackheads and wrinkle immediately disappear, leaving nothing lut the natural glow ol health. v ' GENEROUS If you call at our store we will cladly cive you J SAMPLE free a cenerous sample of the cream and a copy FREE of the famous book, - Trutut n Fuul Mi.ugt EM MEL & MALONEY Progressive Drujists. 9 li m vU fa h ! Everything in the House! NOTHING KLSLKVLI). The prices we arc making early in the season (for there's several months ' of sweltering summer weather stritohin1' out before us' auto and will make men "step i livt'y our way" tor the next ten days. You can't afford to ignore this sale you'll lose money if; you do. Don t wait until the choice plums arc all picked. 0' COMIC CUICfv! HUNTER & CHATHAM1 Men's Furnishers FINGERS ON THROTTLE. 3 I i h I Engineer Expire While the Train Wa Speeding Swiftly Along. Philadelphia. June 29. The Colonial express, from Ilohton to Washington on the Pennsylvania railroad, arrived hero with George M.ixw'll, the engineer, dead at the throttle. The train left Trenton. N. J., en schedule time. Thire are no stops hetwei n that jilacfl and the North I'hl!ad lphla station, hut It is i ustomary to Klacki n the epeed nt Frankford Junction, in the northeast ern set tion of the city. When this was pot dope Jair.i-s liar kef t. the fireman, railed to nuL-liieer Maxwell, who was dt his post. K.relvlni; no reply Hack ett climbed over to the engineer's shin of the r ub and round .Maxwell dead, his finiters rUld upon the throttle. Max well's death was due to heart disease. He wa forty-five yrars old 8 HEAT TERRIFIC. Thursday Wa the Most Torrid Day In Chicago This Summer. Chicago. Juno 29. heath and pros tration followed the burning rays of the sun In Chicago Thursday. It was the hottest day of the year, the ther mometer registering 93 (b grer-u In the United States observatory, and touch ing 9 in the street. No lake breer tempered the monhlng heat, and the Intense, humidity tdded to the torture of the thousands who were forced to work In t.'ie crowded down town and factory districts during the hours when the nu n ury ws at its highest. Four persons were fatally stricken and fourteen others were hurried to ho-pitals or their tKiiif-s In the hop of saving their llvei MITCHELL ARRIVES. Differences In Some District tj B Looked Into. Kansas City. June 29 John Mitch ell arrived here from Indianapolis to confer with member of the South western Coal Operators' association over local difference s In the N'ovlnger. Mo., and eonie Arkansas districts. In the N'ovlnger district operator say thnl beraiise of railroad condition i the y cannot operate under the Kansas City agreement with profit. In Arkan piut the trouble Is over the miners' law passed by the n-eent legislature, the miners asserting that to carry out the Kansas City agreeme nt they must Vio late this statute. BAILEY AND TILLMAN. Two Senator Had a Decidedly Warm Wordy Controversy. Washington. June 29 In the course of the debate on the conference report on the railroad rate M'.l Friday Sena- tor Heile y and Tillman engaged In a ', ery kharp controversy over the lat ter denunciations of lawyer. The jTeias senator Indicated an opinion that this wa demogoguery. and Mr Tillman, while contending that be re ! tpected ttoroe) e.f standing;. ld be had an utter contempt for shysters and for men who pack political conven tion. There was Intense feeling for a few morntsu. -4 DO on JULY 2d & 3d. During these days we will give a Special Cut Price the following: in Wash Dress Goods Everything Goes in the Sale. Below we mention some of them: Cotton Panamas Plain India Linens P.aris Muslin Wash Chiffon Irish Linens Linen Lawns Plain Nainscoks Lace Stripe Lawns ManchesterSilk Effects Embroidered Silk Mull Floral Design Lawns and Organdies Plain and Figured Eoliennes Eylet Effect Embroidered Mulls Persian Lawns Mock Linens Swisses Cotton Crepon Silk Ginghams House Furnishings Table Linen Bed Spreads Napkins Towels Sheetings Mattings Curtain Scrim Bleached Domestic Lace Curtains Ready-to-Wear Motions, Etc. Ladies' Belts and Bags Ladies' Neckwear Handkerchiefs and Fancy Linen Pieces Laces and Embroideries Ladies' and Children's Hosiery Ladies Wash and Wool Skirts Ladies' Muslin Underwear All Ready Trimmed RJillinery One-Half Former Price. Men's and Boys' Straw Hats half former price. Boys' and Rflen's Clothing Big Reduction All Ladies', Misses' and Children's White Oxfords. SALESDAYS: MONDAY AND TUESDAY MB PPM 61 !