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* At %HA< (Ht . tt \ %·, Urt·· * * * * _ \ ι il I Ml II ·»»« 4 FRESH TOMORROW^ We will hive ι shipment <f I rest V.y ttihl' s md str ivs Ι" ί»ι - tot t·»ni ·»t v«. ζ Out line will n«s|v* <»t t>\ rvthm, t(>· J • market affords Phones J. B.HINES **» ♦♦♦♦♦♦·♦♦♦· ««»»»»·*** ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦«♦♦♦«*♦· «♦m**»»»» » » » ♦♦♦·♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦»« ...A Good Sunday Dinner... f If that ι s what you want, phone us. We can supply you with the neces- # sities for j dinner qood enough for ♦ a Queen. : : : PLUMNER «S MIDDLETON Both Phones. Connelly's old stand. ♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ · ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ mmm« ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ *♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦#♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦*♦*< DO IT NOW. What? j ♦ Open an account with R. C.Johnston Ci Co | ♦ We will do all we can to please you. We try to keep ♦ » everything to he found in a first-class Grocery Store. Î R. C. JOHNSTON < CO. [ Lumley's Old Stand Phones 31 « ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ FOR TOMORROW Vegetables: Lettuce, Beans. New Tomatoes, New Mustard and Turnips. Fruits: Oranges. Bananas, Apples and Berries. Try a jar of "Bayles* Peanut Butter . — '^ Pfione us ydUf OPitéÎT : New Phi" 218 Ο. P. LUMLE.Y ♦ ♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Clean Groceries ! offer you a clean, new, fresh and complete grocery stock as an in ducement for your patronage. My service is prompt. W. A. GIBSON Both Phones No. 91 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ *♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦ A Purchase of 3-lb can Η. ύ Κ. Coffee 1.00 will entitle you to * 21 lbs Granulated Sugar 1.00 THE SPOT CASH STORE W. B. RENDER ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦ » ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦«« ; Beech-Nut Bottled Goods \ ; We have a fresh shipment of Beech-Nut t Crab Apple Jelly | ^ Grape Jelly ♦ • Cranberry Sauce φ ♦ Figs, Fig Jam ♦ Roquefort Cheese II Sliced Bacon !! Peanut Butter !ϊ U,",Ç- P. P. SMITH 6 CO. Nsr || ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦««♦#♦*♦ ♦·♦♦·♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ICCIISED MM FIE! I COURT Si'Vf ιιΙ'τιι lYrsom Arr ri.imi oil I It.i llll'l» Simmon? fit I vin SHERIFF GIVES FHE NIMES m( tiliVf (>lli( ri ni the ( mini) Mmliltrs l'i isoni ll< S.iw I'aitin in \ll.tif Sever ;il \S ilnrsvs I cslily ! , . . I y lor. Tt'XR?, May Τ Thr pxrhi IiiIii»·. iri;il if tin· · \ ·»ι»*«»··n lierions against whom complaint' u»»r»' Med h·* Vi* r 11 tin y η ago charging murder ; for «participation in the l>nchiug of jJltn Hodge. the negro. was commen J ceil y«sterda> morning befor· Dis trict Judge SI m peon ι At tin» afternoon session just be lor·· ι lu· taklnu of »>viden< ·· wan com | nifin imI Judge Simpson addressed [the defendants, and delivered tin· ! following warning "Genl leinen : Ymi and each of I yon stand charged with the murder <>t .Mm Hodge I desire to inform ! yon that l^ui have tin· right to make a statement relative to the accusa tion against yon. Voit cannot be ι I «compelled to make a statement and j any statement yon make ran he used | ! in evidence against yon and not for j you." I Sheriff Smith was on the stand an 'hour and w.-r listened to b> a crowd-| Jed court room. He gave the names Ή the persons he recognized seeing in the Jail and as being ar ils» in taking the negro awa> Three deputy sherilis were railed and tes j tilled as to the idem it > of the men I who Hist entered the jail and of j those who actually had hold of I he negro as he was being led away for | execution. iy kimovim; ΐΆί (·κ. Ilktorli ΥιιγιιιιηίκΙΙ Structure Itnllt | In 171(1, Is llelng lill/.cll. Sim Antonio, Texas, May 7 The Varamendl Palace, one of l In· most historic buildings In Sail An tonio, Is now il pile ol' rullli'.. Work men at'i· bill»} tearing It down to re ! place It with a modern atruclure. The original owners reserved ί jrlglit to all the treasure which j ι might lie discovered and a close ' lookout Is heltiK kept as die walls I ι arts being demolished. It lias been | I Mild that much moue> wan burled lu | 'the walls or under the old building.! \11 ol' the original material will ! ■be preserved, so the building may! 'lie restored at some future time The Varamendl I'alnce was con |Btrncteil In 17 Hi and «as named fori j (<ov. Don Varamendl. the last of the cild Span .ill governors It was here ; Hen Milam was killed and t'ol. j j .latnes Howie wooed and wed his wife, the beautiful daughter of llov. Va ramendl. Funeral of ( 'apt. Forrest. I A large crowd attended the fun eral of ('apt. Car Forrest at the home of his son. T. Forrest, !n I'nlverelty Heights Thursday morn lug. Presiding Rider Armstrong had charge of the services and wan as ! slsted by llev. .1 T. Mct'Iure, Rev. .1, D. Odom and Rev. J. W. Uiurls. Pallbearers were selected Hotn the Masonic lodge of which th* downs ed was a member. When the funeral party reached Forreston hundred I of friends of the deceased In that community Joined the inocet.slon The ceremonies at the grave were conducted by the Masonic lodge of Forrester., Two ltts|io|is Attend Contention. Syracuse, Ν. Y., May 7. The an nual convention of the Epworth League of the Syracuse district be gan Its two days' session here to day In the West flolvaj Methodist church Besides Hlshops llnrtzell and Spallmeyer, Rev Or. Homer Stunt ζ of New York, and Rev. I)an Hrummltt, associate editor of The Epworth Herald, are aiming the speakers from out of town, These speakers will remain over Sunday to assist in carrying out the African Diamond Jubilee service In ι His city. Will IMPEACH FEDERAL JUDGES Mrrpln I. M Il IMJI S \i|,llllst Γ1ΐι|!||ιν .III·! \ 1 · iMnTSi'll SERI/ES FORMAL N01ICE Kcpti 'i nl.ilivr Km it· ι \l SO^il I Mis Oi" s. I'sf/intialr ill.- Mil.ι I»|. MS | ΜλιΙγ by ( nil· .*1111« MlirpIlN Krprals ( Ιι.ιr(|rs m Spccch ι N\ .ishlnffMi» Me\ « Km mat I chaigos of impeachment against j KeU«Mi»i .1 net Ko» Pill Hips and Mc I I'Ihi .mu 4 » I flu» disiriel of) Missouri. nit to be Hied by Repr··-1 Nenfatlvc Murphy of thnt suit.·, who made announcement of that fart immediately after the houae ad iournrd yesterday Incensed over a , t eleu ι ι in t (ι \ no rn« \ OcUeral Wiik-j eraham b> Frank Hagerninn, altor· ney for eighteen railroads, in which M a germ a η characterized Mr Mur phy's ρ -olntion of inquiry into the» official conduct of r h * » two judges as "an outrageous tissue of misrepre sentation Mr. Murpli> yesterday held tin· attention of the house with | η ropet it ion of the charges which | he had made in his original resolu tion. His colleague \li Kueker, | coηfilifted all he said in regard loi the two Judges Incidentally Mr.! (tucker remarked thai lodge Phil-I lips ought In have been impeached i twenty years ago ΠΛΊΊΊ,ΐ: IN Mil.I.S ICFIMUMI l> | Number Saul to Have lleen Killed in .lack I m'is Mountains. McA lester. Ok.. Ma> 7. \V. A Irwin, deputy revenue collecl(|r, was here iwfeuek ago and staled he was uoing ι,\ Jack Fork moun- ^ "C.*1" to apprehend moonshiners known to have been operating there. ' 'su U- ΛΙus!·'ogee Tuesday night reporting he had located them and asking for reinforcements, lie left that night with twenty five | possemen and deputy marshals Last nlghl word reached here by way of Fort Smith that a battle between the outlaws and the ο titrera hail ta ken place and that a number of men had been killed and wounded ( The report could not be verified as the reported stronghold of the moonshiners is eighty miles from here and far from a railroad. Firemen Have Mascot. The firemen have adopted as a , mascot an American Cool, or a bird familiarly known as a mud hen. It is not known whence the bird came, but h evidently found lis way Into the station /some time Thursday night as ii was discovered behind the door early Friday morn ing. It was placed In a cage and is. being cared for by .11 in Anderson and |' Cy Wesley M STOIt »! \l Mil.I SltOltO 'ottsMcrnhle Damage Is |)onr t»> Kcvet'e Windstorm. 11111 wbo ro, Tefts. May . . Λ wind ! lorm which at flinos assumed al-ί itost cyclonic foret» prevail··»! here or about lb rot» hours YVednesda v light, beginning between 1* and la •'clock. It blew from I ht* southwest nd was accompanied b,\ quite an loctrlcal display, there being also a ight sprinkle of rain at one time. dwelling on West Kim street, • wηed b\ Λ .1. Thompson and oc upleii by Ut'iirRe ('arpenter and amily. was blown from its blocks, he force of the wind detaching the taller,v. and blowing It completely >ver the roof. two flues being \ recked b\ the flying timbers. Mrs 'arpenter and her three small chtl Iren were thrown tο the floor when he house left its blocks, she ami one >t' the children sustaining slight Ionises Three outhouses on the same ρ rent lises were blown down, déporta Indicate that there was lainage from the wind at Mrandon. lesse and other pointa In the coun y. M Wl Work κι li'imuc ,slx>|». Tongue, Tomih, May 7 The Trln IV tinrt Kruno» Valley rnllwai car iliniiH. which huvo in·,<11 working but •Iglii houi'H per day nnd four days ι week. nrc now working ton hours ι day and nl\ days a week, and nore mon a ro liolug j> n t lo work. t'liiilleiigv ,lrcc|ito(l. Tho Nallonal Midget* say tliov ν111 aooopt ι ho chnllenge of the A'a\ah»ohlo Juniors to |tln> Ihom a (iiliio «ην day noxt week. Tho Mld joIk will pln\ η ton ill from Knnls iaturdny aΙ'ι ornooti. Tho Woman's Foreign Mlaalonary ioelely of tho Molhodlet church will noot Monday. May 10. A full attond ince Is deal rod. ΙϋΤΚ OF GEORGE P. MUSTER I raveling Auditor nl the Houston .uni I exits ( entrai Lxpires Suddenly Following it sudden sickness thai tX'Riin on Monday mo til i tt κ with con misions and other symptoms Indi cating ptomaine poisoning, (tenth I'll 111* ■ to tleorge I' Webster. I ravel ing attdltoi· of the Houston unit Texiin tVnlrul rui 1 ronil. on the triiin I'll 1'Olile to I loin-loll, :il I: I'll o'clock Thurmtny morning The sick man, who was taken III In this city Monday, «as placed on the train here Wednesday night In the hope that he would he able to reach liojne, hut he hecnnie worse and died In his berth on lli<; sleep ing cur m the hour named while the trail! was between llearne and Houston The Ι101Ι5 wan conveyed to Hons ton and taken to the undertaking parlors of the Scttognst X Kopf com* pany, where .Indue Vastner. acting us coroner, held an Iinjnewt and pro nounced death duo to natural cans es There was 110 autopsy Following the Inquest the body was taken to Mr. Webster's family residence, at JL'Ot tienesser street, from which the funeral took place at I o'clock Friday afternoon. A widow, four daughters and two sons survive The girls are Rita, May. Irene and Jessie, the oldest being about Is years of HEe The boys are tleorge and Joseph and are both you Is κ Mrs Webster came to Waxa bacille Tuesday morning to be with her husband In Ills Illness Mr Webster was respected and honored bv the railroad he served and by his comri.des and friends. When you nerd a plumber, call Hunkley. with F S. Cronk Co. lioth Phone» 8 4. Matthews Bros. ill Tip ? ι ν i >t 1ΙΠ ^ ί < Μ ι* M t · IV \ t ; inly ut? they η ν m t'\ cry f»*.itnre (if *tvl«* hut in kjii ilttv t!ic\ ir · iii > in st iur ible - 1'itll·"» Wf> hive ever f (i r the money. VV · w ml I , ill spe i ll ittcntion to the $ I r> iitiJ $25 bill's which prices are represented hy .1 very extensive issnrtmeni ol style·;— suits which emhiijy every newly evolved Kit' 1 for the coming season. that has ever been shown in Waxiha^hie priced at and $4 (Η). These come in New Shades of Tan New Shades Ox-blood Black Vici and Patent Kid Sizes and widths to fit all f et. Stacy Adams' make also in black and tan—ah new shapes all sizes and widths Men s Low Cuts We Are Boasting of ■ iv in ^ 1 he i i-»st s · lev 11 » 1 of > <>ι know w »·: kii.k Alili lMlKSt lUI'TIONS and yon can «et yours repeated i\s often us the doctor thinks neoccseary with no trouble nt nil. Tin· original preparation nnd Its duplication Iiiwc equal earn at out' hands. Our prescription priées are well within the "fall to ull" Une Everything In drnux.