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to the
that the best paint*
mg reaultt are »e
rured by the u»e of paint
■ id nothing but Poifi
I.pad ground in Purel
Otl — colored of courte'
desired «hade. _
> There are sobttllute» for
theae two ingre
dienta, ouch »
baryte» and nnc,^
which coet Un», but in·
variably lower the
quality.
Pure White Lead
paint require* lest of
the painter'» time,
locka better, last*
longer, afford* better protection to the
painted surface than any other kind. If
form* an elastic coat that become* at once
en integral part of the wood painted. It
will not crack or peel. It wear* off gradn
u 11 y. leaving a »urface teady for repainting
without the expen»ive necessity of scrap
ing and " burning off."
Insure yourself of the best re»olt* by
insisting that every keg that is bought lot
your bouac bean tbii label :
COLLIER
Pue· White Lm4'
>T OK IW«> Γι nu—I 1
Fred 1er a booklet coataialag MTirtl ka»4
romt rtproéictite· of tctv·) houmtu, off«rt»|
valuable ia(|utioBi (or · color ichcac Id
yoor >·«··. A toot for ptiat poritj
IS «ko (!▼*·.
NATIONAL LCAD COMPANY
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For Sale by All Dealers.
♦ ANNOUNCEMENTS. ♦
♦ ♦
«♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦«♦♦♦
The following announcements are
made, subject to the action of the
Democratic Primary, July 28, 1906:
For Judge 40th Judicial District:
LEE HAWKINS.
G. C. GROCE.
For County Judge.
YANCY D. KEMBLE.
TOM SPENCER.
~o— -
For County Clerk:
CHARLEY CROCKER.
BOE BURLESON.
JESSE PARKER.
JOHN M. LOGGINS.
—ο—
For District ' li'rk :
ALV1N ? KIDD.
AMZI CAROTHERS.
CLIXT SPALDING.
S^'or County Attorney:
MARK SMITH, Re-election.
K«r ( ouuty SujM-rinlt'UcSi'iit of Pub
lic· Instruction:
G. B. WINN.
For lax Assessor:
J. N. Mcelroy.—Re-election.
J. C. WIT,LIS.
JACK KiLLEBREW.
» —o—
For T«* Collector.
s MP SPENCER, re-election.
I or sheriff :
W. H. FORBES
ΓΟΝΥ CROW ELL
0. A. MILLER.
1. W KENNEDY.
I. P. MINNICK, re-election
' F DARDEN.
—ο—
lut .lu»Ii<<· of tit·' IVatc I'reiinit I:
W. H. (Will) DAVIS
M W. Μ KNIGHT
1 or
Hi ν
CoiKiuLvsioi! r I
.1 !> RITHERKOKD
f or < «Ίΐιιιιι-'ίοι» r I'recinit I
'. V WITHERSPOON
'J " GRIVES
if S f ftVFB) BYNim
ED LOWE
HAlK'tR'S
ha;»; ij a t. s a m
* ■ -nr.
. m . \ k
» ,i .· < »r«y
r · -hill Color.
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I - , "«
VS. ru ν Km ι tr· l'oi.mvt riw.th
all jaunt - in >· uth T<xa· Al·"
Dalla· itn<i other |*>int.«.
S·» Mimic
ChCIL Hh*KIS
for trtrfihotM··
II. 11 is Co Ind.
Te If phone Co.
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Μ«·ι ■»« - Mm « A * "« «
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tlMltl' · <· Will f»»··
II 41, lUliM \ N. A|'
Mar* Interest Show»» In ft Τ*Αβ In
Qutftioη ©f Ca*d'd*»«r*
Gttthrie June 2* Citi/f»· of Ol·1
fcoma «η*! Indian "Γ« rrit«r«rν ·„τ*· *v.<«■*
Ing !r-«*« ftttefpM in the « ho1< e <»f rim
dldate* for the M«te ( ffi< « β th*n th< >
are In t h** candidat** f<*r m» m b* r eh if
In the Mate constitutional convention,
to meet n^x! fall There will be a to
ν « ! of ! * 2 delegate* in the convention
At this titn*1 there «r»· not. les# than,
2.000 iivowwl candidate* for delegate* '
in tb« two territories A *eat In the j
convention is regarded as carrying]
honor . han election to congre**
Th« Influence of railroads and oth !
er corporations will be one of th^ lm j
portant Herns in th« election*. Th< <
corporatlo» lawyer* htve been singled
out for defeat above all other aspir
anta.
Me . ith a high view of th#♦ op
portunltie* offered in the making of
the new constitution of the new stat»
declare that men hers of the conven
Hon. while guarding against dangers
of untried anil radical theories, should
make a constitution in keeping with
the knowledge of state and national
affalrp that has been gained In the last
ten or fifteen years Among other
questions, the Initiative and referen
du m will doubtless receive *h#k fullest
consideration in the convention.
TICKET NAMED.
Pennsylvania Democratic Convention
Select· Candidate· For Office».
Hariisburg. Jan 28.—The Democrat
ic stat*» convention nominated the fol
io* ing tIcket
Governor—Ix>uis Bmory, Jr., of
Bradford the Lincoln party nominee.
Lieutenant Governor—Jere S. Black
of York
Auditor General W. (\ Creaaey, the
Prohibition nominee
Secretary of Internal Affairs- John
J Green of Philadelphia.
Mr. Black is a grandson of Judge
Jere S. Black, attorney general in
President Buchanan's cabinet.
The following reference Is made to
William Jennings Bryan: "We con
grautate the country upon the fact that
the only prominence which the present
Republican national administration ha?
attained has been achieved by a fee- j
Lie and pretended application of the ;
principles enunciated by Hon. William i
Jennings Bryan, the great Democratic!
commoner, who is now regarded as
the certain secceseor of Theodore ι
Roosevelt to the presidency."
ERYAN AND BAILEY.
Mention of Their Names Applauded by ,
Wisconsin Democrats.
Milwaukee. June 28.—In the Demo
cratic state convention, when Tempo
rary Chairman Gray referred to Hon
W. J. Bryan as the "embodiment oi
the principles of Democracy," and hop
ed "he may live to see the triumph
of the cause and answer to the peo
ple's call to the helm of state, leaving
an official record as stainless as that
or his private life, the TOO delegates
attending the convention broke forth
in tumultuous applause.
Mention of Senator Bailey in con
nection wit ι the national railroad rate
legislation was also ^reeted with great
applause.
FOUN~> HANGING.
Martin Tesl Was Discovered Swinging
From a Rafter.
Trenton. Tex.. June liR. The body
of Martin Teel, who lived two and one
half miles west of here, was found
hanging from a rafter in a buggy shed
at his home.
Pure Food Bill Agreed On.
Washington, June 28. Senate and
house conferees agree<î on house pun
food bill. It is made a misdemeanor
to sell adulterated <»r mi «branded food,
drugs, medicines or liquors It pre
scribes for each offense a fine not to
exceed $500. en·» year's imprisonment
or both within the discrimination of
the · ourt and for each subsequent of
f tis· a fine of not less than $1,000, or
mpi isonment
Eleven Pound Twin Boys.
Cor-i<aiia June :> Mrs. Marshall
wil< -if a well -to-do farmer living <»n
on· "f Hon ft Mills farms gave
birth '«» twin b«>\* ♦ a« h of which, τ h * ■
at'» mltng ■ h> « tan sa} s weigh d pre
cim I\ « '« ven pound*
Denver Terminal».
K«»rt Wortl: Iun·· 28 The Denver
road let nntraci for extensive ter
minai ΐ«· <«·-ι I '.(· »·οο Amodie th»
i(U( !I.\. H . I.· 4 be il twelve stall
roundh< ι · and · mac hine shop
One Hundred Convernom
tHilnicrrfi- ■ ! Γ* * lone 2H -\h a
result »·ί ι te» la - retirai by Η· ν
AI» M'iU·· f »· » f « wert 100 ontrer
stoto* >11(1 fort) ·ν·η addition tothf
M th< M f < hur
β «·ν% His Heid In Fragments
lloerp* T*\ Jut 21 Anton#
K«„ k ι» ι hi^ b*4i ό fr&mtt' M ait h
a ι ' t ■
BH fL V I ΤI C& BUNCHfO
Tv j» « r urc· » ui*o# til Tetats tit
rims
HifcHiiim r «'H* u to hate a $ι*>.
f· »r «η «ι * τι» I r\
Itakt > a An iff*·» - mU5 **<1 t&to?
ai M· m I I bum
Μ Κ»- si'- - l*wk*· * f iî-îi t*« ί i!e
I Τ · wt !*· ■ »r . ff» * ·» f ' if tWklt*
a» id
Κ f te* »a 'a ar <d
#*· ' t r. · e
Tolas I Τ pnateffV*
Mesia Τ % i Λ · s?» »«*tair
ai a t*, ■ ι» ι · . · >s
ai »kt u4 «at« «fatesa
inili'v AMI !iÎ\HST.
Arm-#·. Ji-w \t k· r i f IVids R*·»
ppon-ibl* K<-r Arur.lP
IN OX Κ i'l m.ICATIOX
T>1«« Senator *»id He *j>eet L#«i
■ on 'j In >(i · it m paisr n<> Tkaa
Did Viopjprr Ί·η Ιο
Oof Ά »rd.
Washington Jane 28 "Πι» f1r*t r*>
p'y In 'he unate to the nr|» of nr
tide* running through the Coamopt.l
11An Maga/ln> under th» head of "Th«
Treason of th»· Senate,'' wan ma>l»
Wednesday by Henator Bailey. whi
■ (Kike e^pei laily of th«· atta<k ujioi
hlmwlf arid g< nerally of th#' allai kf
opon oihpr -enators Thr T« jas sen
lor r<ml a |K>rtU.;i of bin («("«h front
manuscript. and he spoke with crcn
miir» than bin ordinary deliberation
beginning with th»* statement that h<
did not make a ixillcy to tak»· notic»
of crltliism* He said that the fart
that the Con m υ poli ta η Is owned by a
member of Congre»* ι κ km the < aa«
out of the general rut. Me tben spok·
of the puhllahed matter as "falae and
offensive.'' hut said that he did rot
propose to consider It from a personal
elandpolnt. "becauae It le of a kind
wnlr h, If dealt with in that way, would
require a different place." He then
added
Indeed If I considered It purely ami
only from a personal point of view.
1 Should not regard it an worthy of any
notice.
Mr Bailey then discussed at length
the charges In th»· magazine article
that he had lent himself to a scheme
whereby the anti trust law of to-day
had been evaded by a goreign corpo
ration Of this, he said that It had
"been tt oroughly investigated by the
very legislature which elected me to
the senate, and It was shown to be
no entirely unjust and absurd tnat the
descent men among my most implaca
ble enemies in Texas no longer be
b< lieve it."
After giving 'be details connected
with the matter. Mr. Hailey said
As so often happens in the bitter
ness of political strife, the occasion
was seized up ond magnified In many
ways, and it was charged that I had
received a fee ranging from $60,000
to $600,000, according to the imagina
tion of the relator. Finally, one man
who was more reckless than the rest,
and who happened to be a member of
the Texas legislature, introduced a res
olution directing an inquiry into my
connection with the case."
This inquiry, Mr. Bailey said, was
seconded by himself and friends.
"A committee was appointed, con
sisting of the first gentleman who had
supported me in my race for the sen
ate and three who had supported my
opponent, resulting in a vindication. '
TYlQ ν,,.,Ι ν,η « i-1 -1 - -
report unanimously exonerating him
and the state officers from every shad
ow of offense.
The Texa* senator also made refer
ence to the magazine charges that
he had been a party to an effort to
cheat the Indians in Indian Territory
out of their coal lands, which would
have been successful but for the ef
forts of Senator Lafollette. He then
called upon Mr. Lafollette to say that
he (Mr Bailev) had not co-operated
with him in doing whi< h he (Lafol
lette) had done.
The Wisconsin representative re
sponded promptly, saying: I take
great pleasure in saying that I con
ferred with the senator from Texas l><
fore I offered anything hearing on the
disposition of the coaJ lands of Indian
Territory, and that I received valua
ble advice as to what I proposed to
do."
Mr Bailey spoke In praise of the
gcneraltt> of newspapers and maga
zines, and compared the Cosmopolitan
to the outcasts of so< let v.
He then referred to another arti« le
which he said had appeared !n the
New York Evening Journal, ;i paper
bearing Mr Hearst's name, the day
after the article in the Cosmoi»olitAJ>
had made its appearand
There it is. he exclaimed holding
the excerpt from the Journal < it at
full arm's length There it ·· a «1 < j
Me column of raend.x ity and πι;..μ»
and vet the ■ » η 1 y dire* t r# fen lire to
tne ι s that I h*v* vot«d t. » iv# away
fh» public id*, to tM < <>i j crai :< i.s
in the face "f a *t ( rd ti r| « n u
t rar\
He then detailed the fut r 11 t th·
article in the ii» v* * » a j *r h.»d \ m1
its r* aders 'e buy th« mai:, m.· I hi ·
h·· attributed t«> ?h* r t tr..»t Mr
H<iο t I id ai t** $ μ · ν -th
cf the bono** i t tb* '··*· <« rnpany
I hart · iu .:nr.· or# { r i r atnU r
he -aid it tli* ii II* t n«*MM|rra
fcd\ I · · .♦·< ■ to t λ »h. π r e
Mr I tail· *. ?·,( rt t η < 'he
f1 ) X · · ! i κ « ■ ■ . > 1 ΛI «.ill *1 fr" ! ·■ t V
him five for fh»» hi» u · »d f r r
th«· M Il||« * Mill·# l * f M t
a» mu» h mut*· v|
bad *i« tit ta on# ward to r n mn«
fair for ira*··' · f « if · ' r V» w V » *
Mr had a late* and altf*
ll%# attdlen* · · h ir » {,
Mi ffcr ftow V\ ' · · k# »
VMOHT A|
For Vt« ι Mt M.
Μ ι J '«é J Ψ *tt
• t id Λ
Ο» nnrj
r*» '*43+4 ι
. y coM*-iTret_
Thor».»« t Wattcx Ende'Wd ft·' Pr*»
4<9« r 11 a I Nerr ne»
ρ» l i nt», i'-.t.f :» tu< jt-vt ί»τ *
Β *»f tb» f < t C "Ml ttl·· f't
th. I'M ί ρ*. ■■■· a f<« .»
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fit ut if < t.. ■ ' "1 W V,
ItHI d« >gâ!« au ft η
BfIf rr.pt I 1 · <· ' r. '
the Ι « <■; > ■ ι -t * t < · ' r ;ι i. : ν ι
Γ.Μ.< rien · ι.' *λ- r .τ·»· *(»
«riit r of L ' s ' r ·· « Ν Ttr. '»· '
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The r. «· : . · ι η » « ; ' · <1 I
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ri.an i* tt.» IWif i» .. r. '
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gat. :».« tir lit. wblrb ·· Ί ■ · .r e î. ' ' *
H|.r ·> ' ■ ■: III . plalfc : tr. ■ r.<1 ι n<! " ■
Thon.;.- Κ Watson It r ι · ■ >r.t.
PASSES LAST ONE.
General Deficiency Bill Gcee Through
the Houie Wednetday.
Washington June 28— The g· neral ,
defir leery bill, the last of the big
money measures, pasted the house at
β o'c lock Wcdneaday with but few
changea Id the text of the bill. Sever
al tternn were Inserted. due to late In
formation of deficiencies In the de
partment*. the net inrrcwe being '
atKiut $600.000 over the bill, an report· ,
ed from the committee on appropria- 1
tlone.
Among the Important art lone of the
house were the passage of 'he senate
bill providing for a lock type of canal
and the adoption of the item In the
general deficiency bill ratifying the
legalizing of the duties collected dur
ing President McKlnley * term from
mpc.rts firm) the Philippine islands
Early in the day it looked aa if the
Democrats were llrred up solidly
against the amendment, which was
put bark in the bill under a rule, but
under the lead of Mr James of Ken j
tucky the opposition melted away, and ι
few Democratic votes were cast
againat it on its final passage.
CAUSED PANIC.
Wild Rumor Circulated That Children's
Throats Were Being Cut.
New York. June 28.—A wild ruiner
that children's throats were being rut
in the public schools resulted in su<h
intense exritemt ut and apnii throu^i.
out the lower East Side Wednesday
that fifteen schools with 25,000 pupil
were closed for the day
The trouble was caused by opera
tions performed on several children
recently for the removal of adenoids
a fungous growth in the ba< k of the j
throat and nasal cavity. The oper- i
ation is not a dangerous one. but the j
reports concerning what had been j
done spread rapidly, especially amons ι
the Hebrews, and became, changed into \
rumors that the Russian anti-Jewish \
massacres were to be repeated in this
i country and that a start was in·· ;
' made -ou Hebrew ehildr η ίη !..
schools.
In one instance a police court w - ■
closed for an hour to permit the co: t j
attendants and officials to aid the jc
lice in protecting a neighboring schi
At one building the excited people ..»
came riotous, and doors and shutt·
were closed to insure the safety ci j
these inside.
TWELVE ERRORS.
One Dozen of Misplays Causes Shreve
port to Twice Lose.
uebhart pitched two games \< ~
Memphis Wedsnesday against
port, winning both. St ores Memph^
3: Shreveport, 1; Memphis, 7; Shrev«
port. 4
Birmingham twice defeated Nash
▼in*' Wajpwdii by I to : wmA 4 u
Montgomery was twice victorious
Wednesday ovf r Atlanta In the fii>!
game net an Atlanta man got to s#
ond base Scores Montgomery 3;
At . · ta ModMP η · rj -j Atlanta, 2.
New Orleans. 3; Little Hock. 1.
Arrerican League.
Petri it. ( "'· \ < î..r <! 3
f'hiladt 11 h ta. f> W, . j.gton. 0.
Ν'* w Yet Κ ♦ Hf s*'
Chu age St I .i .. ·>
National League
Γ ?tsl urg C'Ilc t ι ' i. 1
New Y< r k * \ < r t
Hr< i ï vu ! 1 .. · \ ? ι 0.
Te»as League.
Pa liai» 3 K« rt W« th 1.
OrtftviUi 7: Waco 2
South T«»at League.
P#aum« if. 3; M. uMnn :
1;. · l . ►.
Au t T Sa» Αι. r.i
PiRfFCTLY SANE
Alit* »·· C* r Vf-tji Cc-^
tfiticn It ftati-c
Λ M*. ,
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Without ao Lqutl
.. IS THE. .
lira mi mm h
...VIA THF....
H.6T.C.R.R.
}:« *·>■ anil Dmvrr. Colo., via the M , L
Kt ' .. TAN f>. to H"U»t«n. Η & T. to Fort Worth
"■r.vir r< »Ί to I'm ver Dining car »erv»c» between
- rt W r!h and Denver Also. through nieeper bet wee·
'.a··.·-*;· ι i.rj/1 St Lorn» vie (j H 4 S. A Ry to Hounton,
H. A ! . i t<. Deni*on. and Μ Κ & T. to St. Ixhjui. AJao,
■.r:vtr*r, Hoe*f< η and Au«tin and Italia* Summer e*car»»oB
rate# in effect fiaily. T*o throujfh train* daily. For infor
ma', ion m»» Urèrt agent i r nidreas
W. L. ROBBINS, G. P. A.
H. A. JONES. Traffic Manager, Houston, Texas.
:
RocK Island Rates Are Low
Tourist tickets are now or. sale daily to Chi
;£i;i Kansas City, St. Louis,St.Paul.Denver,
C orado Springs, San Francisco. Portland,
L< s Angeles. Memphis. Louisville,Cincinnati,
Buffalo. Detroit. Boston, Montreal, Mackinac,
Milwaukee and all other important resorts in
the country.
Τ ο the Southeast...
We sell every day this summer to the reswts
in Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee,
Arkansas, Virginia, North and South Carolina,
Kentucky and West Virginia.
Elks to Colorado in July
Through Sleepers to Chicago and Denver daily
leave Dalla.» 7 p.m.. Fort Worth 9 p.m. Send for
beautifully illustrated Colorado and California liter
ature. For full information write
PHIL A. A ITER, G. P. Α., C. R. I. * O.
Fott Worth. To*».
<M« far* roaiHi
trip rate to
D»nv«r laly
IS. 14 ltd It
The Sunset Route
NEW ORLEANS to
SAN FRANCISCO
OVER THE. ROAD OF A THOUSAND
WONDERS IN CALIFORNIA
Γί^£ 7 EQUIPMENT, OIL &U&MNG LOCOMOTIVES
Mak - nn. .p at Ne* Orleans w. :h Southern Pacific Steamship l.int
for :»«.··· ■ and Hp.vûila A in· n. . connection to Memphis, Atlanta.
RrmiiitltMn, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, Chicago and a!I points in the
North ar.d Last.
NO DUST. NO CINDERS. THE CLEAN. CONVEN
'LNT AND COMFORTABLE ROUTE
Procure Fa ,; hlets. Publications anti Pointers ftom
any Sunset Airen', or write to
JOS. »4ELLEV Gen. Pass. Agi.. Τ ζ Ν. 0 R R.
HOUSTON. TEXAS
COOL COLOR
•IS NOT EXPENSIVE
·> ,·.·ν
- fl I
and its
Climatic^ aiut-Scervio
DeliqNts. Pleasurable Opportunities ancl
^ CONTAGIOUS AGGRESSIVENESS
are an inspiration fraught with heulth
antl futurv good for even* \isitor.
THE DENVER ROAD
v.^ —
i* the Line of Least Resistance" nritt at
|forilN frrf]\jer\t ami irutiinfuirablr throuqh-trair\ srrvkf
*"" Vocation tifKets· .ire toi cheap to leme wu
an fvtusc. \ postal «uqotstionof your
infert'st vniII : ι \u \ι··ι>r·i~ mi.'v voluoNr
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