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NOT A HIT. MACHINE & REPAIR I " WORKS Plumbing of all descriptions iroinptly done. SeoJ us your Hose and Mower for repairs. IT MI'S, lTMl'S. l'TMI'S-SAY -lTMl'" WE KNOW WHAT THAT M K ASS Unas Strn-l-krar I irt Nil I Bark Thomas E. Watson Endorstd For Pres idential Nomine. St. IxhiIi. Juoe :s. The first day's I session of the national committee- of i the People's party rame to a focus Li D, after a hcat d discussion, a res olution charactertUed by S. W. Will ; Urns, delegate from Indiana, as an attempt "trnd the organization of th I'eoiJt pjarty over to an antago nistic elenJ ." was made the special order of 1 1 Less for 9 o'clock Thurs day. The resofltlon was Introduced ty H. J. Mulllal of Tennessee, and pro rtded that the conference authorize that the executlTft committee he com posed of the president of the Federa tion of People's party clubs, the chair man of the people's party national committee and the presidents of all or ganizations which subscribe to the HprlngfltM. -111-, platform, and endorse Thomas H Watson for president PASSES LAST ONE. MO. A, SVlORE Patronize Home Industry Pitcher Rodebaugh of the Dallas Cluk Does Great Work. Ia the first game at Dnllas Tuebdaj Cleburne did not gt a Mt off Pltchei RocU-baugh. Score was. Pallas. 3: Cleburne. 1. In the second gatus Pitcher Dixon of Cleburne shut au: DalUs 6 to o. Fort Worth. 1; Waco, 0. South Texas League. XV-aumont, 2; lake C'hurUs. 1. (lulvt-ston. 7; Aunt In, 1. Houston. 6; San Antonio, 2. Southern League. Rhreveport. 11: Memphis. 4. New Orlcnas. 2; Little Hock, 0. Atlanta. 7; Montgomery, 4. National League. Chlrano. 1; St. Ixmls. 0. IlnHiklyn. 4: lloitton. 1. Pltthburg. C; Cincinnati. 4. Phllade-.lhia, 2; Nt-w York. 1. General Deficiency Bill Goes Through the House Wednesday. Washington. June 2? The general deficiency Mil. the last of the big money measures, paused the house at 6 o'clock Wednesday with but few chatges In tho textd the Mil. Sever al Items were Inserted, due to late In forn.stlon of deficiencies In the de partments, tho net Increase being j about I'loO.Oou over the bill, as report- ed from the c ommittee on approprla-, Uon. ' Aruor.g the lrn rtant actions of tho! hounu were the pu.-ic of the Semite' bill providing for a lock type of ranidj and the adoption of the lt-m In the' general deficiency bill ratifying the' legalizing of the duties c ollected dur-j lng President Mc Klnley's term from ; m ports from the Philippine Islands.! Early In the clay It looked as If tho Imoorats were llne(l up solidly agnli.M the amendment, which was put bac k In the bill under a rule, It. t j under the bad of Mr. James of Ken-j lucky the opposition melted away, and few Democratic votes were cast' against It on its final passage. Yale Wins Second Game. In the second Kanie for the r-ollogs baseball huusplon'-hlp Yale defeated Harvard In u tn Inning contest 1 to 0 American League. Chlcaso. 4: St. l.ouls. o. Philadelphia. 3; Moston. 1. Detroit. 5; Cleveland. 4. WELLMAN IN NORWAY. Arctic Explorer Departs From Capita of That Country For North. TrotulhJ. in. June 27. Walter Will man. leader of the Chicago Kecord Herald Arctic expedition, ha nrrlrer here. He departed l a few hours bj steamer for Tronisoe. EDISON THE STANDARD HWWGRPIS . ik S."1 . FULL LINE OF PHONOGRAPHS ON HAND $10. $20 end $30 UeeorU, eaeli It.'ii. We keep constantly on I. and full line Cut (Has Clilua. Sterling Silver, ami Silver I'late bt-t quality. jrJO. r.l. GALDVELL Jeweler Voted to Recede. W.-ihlnuton. June 27. Tho smats rrceiled from the amendment to the naval appropriation placing the naval station lit Port lloyal, S. C. under the bureau of navigation. As this I th cnly Item of difference between tht two l.ntiM a the net Ion of the senate m.iv effect finally pausing of tiava' bill CAUSED PANIC. In the future all drivers will have vales in the wjz n fr weighins ICE anJ service will be better than ever. I am inforrru-J that talk is being circulated that our plant is inet'tuient anJ out of repair. We wish t state that fudi is not the case, and that I am prepared to furnish any amount of GOOD, PURE ICE that the city f Bryan can i; Give me your orders for ice-cold Melons a day ahead for delivery. Wild Rumor Circulated That Children's Throats Were Being Cut. New York. June 2S. A wild rumor that children's throats were being cut In the public schools resulted In such Intense excitement and apnlc through out the lower Kast Side Wednesday that fifteen schools, with 2.V"ci pupils, were closed for the clay. The trot. Mm was caused by opera tions pc.immed on several children recently tor the removal of adenoids, a fungous srowth In the back of the throat and nus.il cavity. The oper ation Is not a dangerous one. but the reports concerning what had been done spread rapidly, especially among the Hebrews, and became changed Into rumors that the Kusslan antl-Jewlsh massarres were to be repented In this country, am that a start was being made on Hebrew children In the school. In one Instance a police court was closed for an hour to permit the court attendants anil officials to aid the pv lice In protecting a neighboring school At one building the xclted people be came riotous, and doors an 1 shutter? were closed to Insure the safety ol those Insid--. Pitted In an Hour. Washington. June 27 The omnl bus public building bill was passed bv the hoiis,. Tuesday, nn hour hnv Inn been eon sinned In reac'lng and' considering It. Not Accepted. Washington. June 27. The senate voted not to ncrept the conference re-l port on the railroad rate bill and Sen ! ators Tillman. KlMn and Cullom were reappointed to conduct further con fen nee. '..V. 4 - : i The Best and Cheapest V Light ACETYLENE See C. M. CAMP For Prices and Terms 1 I thank you very naJi f t y .r p.itr .na-.- in t!.- r !-t at; J hope for an'in.re.Ke ia future- Y-jr f .r ; J -t-r.i.e, L. STEPHAN WITHOUT AN EQUAL TWELVE ERRORS. One Dozen of Misplays Causes Shreve port to Twice Lose. i.:c ! hart pi'cht-d two g-imes fot M--r.; l W Ism .!.iy against Shrne port, winning both. Scores: Memphi. 2; li v.-;.ort. 1 ; .'.! t:,i h!s. 7; Shn-ve y.r. 4 Iilrtr.inchata twb e cl-f-at-l Nash Vi'.le We ir.c -'Ia.V by I to II I to ?. M -r.V' iery a-t tw. vb-torlout ' Ir.'- I iy over Atlanta. In the flr-t gir:..- r.ot an At', ti.ta nun K ' to ko r :. I ! Scop-,: Montgomery. A'., r.'a. : Mor.r' .mery. 4; Atlanta. 2. N ):: Z . Little Hoc k, 1. 52 -1 T;!K- Through Pullman Sleeper Service VIA THE H. Sc T. C. R. R. BETWEEN Lafayette. La. and Denver. Colo., via the M. L. A- T. and T. & N. O. to Houston. H. T. C. to Fort N crth and the Denver Koad to Denver. Dining Car Service between Fort Worth and Denver. Also through sleeper between Galveston and St. Louis . via G H. Si S. A. Ky to Houston. H. & T. C. to Demscn and A. K. Si T. to SL Louis- Also between Houston and Austin. Waco and Dallas. ursUMMER excURSION RATES IN EFFECT DAILY. Two Through Trains Daily. For information, sec ticket at;cnt. or address II. A. JONES, Traff.c Manager. M. L ROBBINS. G. V. A. HOUSTON. TEXAS. American League. :.. (" v.-lar. 1. 3 I-h;:!- Irhfa. : Waihint n. 0. New , . . : I: ,,v,r,. '.. . St. I.;;Is. ". Nat.ofal Lesgue. P."-1 -irs. .1; f.nc Ir.n ,tl. 1 N. V- ri . .;; n ,.-,. 4 I.: .;.:-n i'l;:'. ! !pl-.U. 0. Teas Leagae. rai:s. 3; Fort W..r:-.. 1. fir. :-. 7; W.iro 2 Sauth Teaat League. He i iir.or.t, 5; l...itt.r.. Ga!v-".n. T; Lake cinrl. 5. Aui .r.. 7: Saa An'onl . 2. PERFECTLY SANE. i l ..I,, - i HmSSSSSMSMMSM! M I 3r O I1TG-! ..MV STOCK AM) 5ALL5 OV. China and Classware Vou shoulJ prlct the line an J Save Money oa your purchases. Hasweuu's Book Store Alienitts DteUre Tha-.v's Mental Con d.tion Is Rational. Ni- York. Jun.- 2S 'I'll- a'Pnl.-t-appointed Uy 'he clLvtict attorneys of flee t' f xart.ine Ir.'o H.irry K. Tlriw's mer.'nl cr tn'i'l- n r .r t . J to Assi.f ar.t Attjrr.ey N,,tt tl.at so far as th. y are to determine, 1... u j.c rf. c t!y sane. The r pent w is tnnde Ph the reservation. I,ow.-mt. th.it they ni'.I have his physical condition to tak-1 Into consideration. Thaw would tut suhmlt t- a phynieal exainlDation Wed 1 nesday. Owned Many Horses. Hamilton. JtT . June- It William Hendrl, pre.-l,!i r.t of the Orit.irlc) Jim k ey rluh. illeij hero Wo.'.snesd.iy. He was Known all on-r the 1'rilted Statc- and t'en.ida. Anumi tho many ra.-. horses which he owned wss Martin mas, winner of tho Kutuilfy. sevriil years a. At Last a Perfect Visible Typewriter I I hern Made Afauitt J I Vii lie wnt nhct 1 f 1 ibt by pricticiiiy all Ijp I cJifRculnri to tnif rcimir The One Typewriter That Correctly Solves the Objection That Have Alwayi MrrHoforv open Made Afaintt front Strike' Machines. loayt hern cm:dtrrS si df r- tipcocurr nunuUciurrrt. but the mit incitnctruittunin orcjrr to ircurc durab.hty htvr cjiuubricrtj the ttrt lirtf adoptiooollhrK math.ni-i. The intrntmn ol the n.r'hudof aaarmtI.D( the tf ban at it it i nr in the F'i Vn tic- hat, h wrvrr. made p..ieb:c- thr tte- rt a ,,lt fiv.it.il Ut nj in the type haofrr thut incur. : c ihr nu ti prrtrct alignment at all t.n.ttni dur ib.l.ty thit it ertui t that claimed I r any " backrt tp nach r.e. In bu.iJ m ih.t urw cuodrl, e hac all the ad tae uf tie kn.-wirJKC t.ut we havefiiurdiobmldint; aod in the r-uiir F i m.-dr! nn tl.f market aod at arc a avoid a!l ihoirriprriiieii:t tuuud iu Dew mai.h.oet huh eiper.t:vc tJ tl.e firi.m. Here is a Short Description. TUP Tvnp ti a tconn m. i iiu i irt, 11AiiUE.K I he nin?rr hit a pivot rtari:.? 7-10 of sn inch wide. Thit s!!owt the ue of a he f. pe bar, proiidins an adiutah!e pivot bearing htl- tiko up wear o it occurs, thereby giving a permanent. .lament that h impossible totccure with a narrow beam: without adjuument, and avoiJing the trouble cauc 1 here " forced ali(rnment" it necesrjr. Thi it thel-aturethathaihcrctciforebeencontiJereJst being impn.;!-!e to tecure in a vinble writing tvpew riter. It it founJ on';, in tiie lox anJ placet the Yoi 'uible in i elm I v i'-,-'.;. TWO COLOR P.IBBON-The ribbon movement on thit in.n !i:mc it Mmply perfection. It retertet art J ot cillatet sutorra'icn!!;-, requiring no attention from theop erator fro:r. t ,ie fmc it is put c.n until worn out. When a two col'r nSbort i ucd. bytimply touching abutton cm tlie kcvhoa'.l ti e second color it secured instantly without ra.j .'.k; t'.e hand r esen looking. THE INTEPXMANCEABLE CARRIAGE The carn.ie is so constructed that it can be quickly re moved an J a carriage of Jitlerent length substituted. One Every feature on this machine has been tried out and demonstrated as successful on the Regular Models of the Fox. Unprejudiced experts have without hesitation pronounced the machine a marvel. Ask your nearest typewriter dealer to show yoj this machine. If he cannot we will make it easy for you. The regular models of the Fox are still the most perfect machinet of their kind and their manufacture will be continued at before. machinecan he purchased with Jirlerentsiesof carriages, thereby effecting a great saving c.ser the ordinary method of buying a long carriage machine complete. The car riage is ball bearing and runs w uh a tension of only 1 lb. PERFECT VISIBLE WRITING-Thcnt.re line is visible all the time. THE KEY TENSION The fores rcqjir-: 1 oil the I irt of the operator to print a letter is or.lv iU ounces. This is from IS to 50 per cent, less t!u:i nny c:K". It is a vital thing both from the operator'a standpo'i.t of less fatigue and the owner's of greater du-si-il.t -. THE LINE LOCK-When the carr..-.j teaches the end of a line, the keys lock and n -thm nre can be written until the release button it ucd or the carriage returned to begin a new line. ALUMINUM KEY LEVERS- Key levers are made of aluminum. It it more etpcntie than ttcel or wood, but it it very much more tlctinbl;. TABULATOR The Fot ten stop decimal tabulator is attached when ordered, at slight additional eipense. It it the only decimal tabulator in use on atisible typewriter. Cornerstone Laid. PorJ Arthur. Tea., June JJ five hundred enthusiastic rltlmns witness ed the laying of the cornerstone of port Arthur's magnificent SsO.OifO manual training school building. L mm 5 1 ZAwfi State Representative L. CWilVU 303 Main St. Dallas, E. L BEARD, Acrent Tex. Bnan.Texa