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-S - ..J.. and Pilot BRVAN, Th.X. VHSLSl)A MOKMMi, MARCH H, e) number;: DOOOOP Millinery Opening Announcement on inside page WAGEER & CO. OOOODO OOO-ODOO-000 RED The JUST RECEIVED CL(MLHEESE Finejrfull Cream Cheese Howell & Newton INCOKPOKATM) Grocers and Coffee Roasters Phone 23 ISii OLIVER CHOSEN. Pittsburg Man Succeeds Knox In United States Senate. IUrrlnhurg, fa . March 9. iJeorge T. Oliver of Pittsburg waa t.amed by the Republican raurnin of thi legisla ture as It cholrr for the seat In the United States senate that Hon. Will snder C. Knox resigned to accept th position of secretary of mat lu th cabinet of presld-nt Tnft Mr Oliver In one of the leading cltl- I Cotton Ginned In Texas I AiiKtln. Msnh ! The Mate in. pnrtnient of agriculture ha- in;ii' ptih lie lh repot t nf th" nuuil.cr f hale Of IllltOII CitllH'll fir 111"' (O'asiltl of r.tus'.i, which hh'tw.H tin total tiiitiiler to I..- 2.7 VI i,'., againM IM.'.r.M for the previous year. TIiIh number p-p. rcHimts tun" tenths of th" .-ntlre crop. It Is expected the i my will reach 3,. 0110,1)11(1, wlitl h. ItOWeVer. I below the government' figures Nearly To Thousand Report Due. Austin. Mann 0 The iterretary of Htate ha aunotiiiceil that there are nearly 2.nno corporation thus far that have failed to make reimrt of mount f to k outstanding nti'l also amount of undivided profit Several 1 letter iiddrpmed to i orpora'ions at Houston. Italia and Calvet.toii were returned a the corporation were ad dressed to the ceiier.il delivery and uncalled for. thin doe nut excuse these corporations, however. DR. CHILDERS DEAD. Pioneer Dallas Physician and Surgeon In the Confederate Army. Malta. March 9 At hi residence In this city I)r J. V. Chlldera. a cltl ten of Italian since the parly os, de parted this life Tuesday morning. Dr. Chllders, wjio was seventy seven years of age. retired aotne years ago from sctlve practice During the civil wai he wss connected with the medical department of the Confederacy and wss considered oue of Its most skilled surgeons. Th Magnttiied Hat. Il'.rr'iw nu old !..;. ): I ti!nl place It on th table rro'.vn uppermost ; make n few passe ..er It; lay y.,ur hand UDoU the crown Then gradually raise the hut In the nlr ntid make It fV.iit itleiut In various m,Iii.iim. ThU I done hy taking tin onlitinry hlnek pin Lent in the fchfipe of the letter which yi.ll neeret. In yi.ur ritcttt hand. (In r- elv IliK the hat. take It in your left liaud mid while walklnir to the tattle put ymr rl.'ht hitml lulde .julckly and puh the pin up through the crown. Make a rew j.t . over the hat. Lay your left hand on the hat and Mipyour flncpr In the hook ami lift the hat from the fahle. You rail make the hat float In the air If magnetised The pin can easily lie withdrawn when clvlng the hat hack. Why He Killed Himself. WaKUlngton. Msrrh 9 Heart brok en hwiiiif his dream of having an Inten-ocUnentat railroad open to the commerce of the fertile valleys of Central and South America had never nmterlatlro I. Illnton Howaa lielHT. former l ulti-d State consul general at llueuos Ayrea. committed suicide here His wife anJ children live In Chicago Phosphorescent Flowers, Many eroii do not know that there are fjowert ami plauts that irlve out a phr'hrn4'eiit light In the dark. The nanturtlum la one of them. The light of tbh flower I more tiotlreahle after a day of at rone aunllght. The inn nth I'.lv and the flaxloella also have the Hunt. In the cas of the flailnella the phenomenon I due to a volatile oil tbst tbe plant secrete It oose out In warm weather, spread Itself in a thin layer over the flowers and forms vapor that kiimei luminous In the dark. It Is said that there la a kind 'f fungus lu tbe cm I m live near Dres den that has the apiearsn-e of lumi nous festoons of shifting colore. vtx- ! is " The true and final founJation of all wealth is Real h:a:e " The bhareholdeM of THE City National CEORQE T. OLIVER. ens of r:tf.hurg and one of the n'o. prominent epi, a,M In th- Kev stone state The tininitiatlon I eijuiva lent to an lection, a doth houses are overwhelmingly Kenuhllcin. MOTIONS OVERRULED. Can Entertain Thirty Thousand. Kort Worth, Mirch r The Texas Cattleta!-er' .ni.ii i.ition atinotincc It Is prepared to take rare and entertain jn.oO'i vlxlto- itinine th-- cattlemen's roinen'lou u-id t ick linw. which open next week T. C. Harry Pastes Away. Dallas. Manh ! - T. (' lUrry. a fea.liiii: li'ii!ie nun and longtime te.dent. sun -iint !! t the .ffo( is of iti appends (Ms opeiati in PrMoh Blind Man's tuff. The players form s ring, hand In hand, and the dlind man Hand In the middle, holding a stick or cane. The players dime around him till he raps en the f!,,.,ri wheu they all stand per fectly still and silent. Then he hold ont the rane. and the one toward whom It (Hilnts muat grasp the end. The Idlnd man then asks any three questions he please, all of which must he answered In a i danced voice. The hllnd man must jrue who I talLlnj. If he I right the two chance pl.-iees. j but If he I wroi)' the player dame shout him nc.iln and the game goes on. Dividend to Be Passed. llam'-urg. Mitch ! The direct . fate of th" Hamhttrg American Steam "hip Kim: ! priKinoi to pas this 'ear's ilni.l nd A dividend of '. mt .-ent was paid l.i.t year Effect of Decision Epe's Couple end Reinstates Water Pierce Company. Jefferson flty. Mo. March 9 The motions liv the Standard Oil Company of Indiana and the Kepuhlir Oil Com pany of Ohio for a rehearing of ouster suit recently decided against them and for modification of Judgment wern overruled by the Missouri suoreme court. Th effet Of thette decision I I tl expel the Indiana and Ohio companies from MlsHourl and to restore to the Waters-Pierre Oil company 60 per cent of whose stock Is held by the Standard Oil company of New Jersey, tbe right to do business within the state. No formal opinion was read. Chief Justice Valllaet simply announcing the gist of th.- court's derleion. Jus tices I amm and Woodson diosented The Standard Oil company'a Inter est are expected to appeal and carry their cas to the supreme court of the I'nlted State. i wo cent ear Legislation Ends. Topekn. Kan , March 9 The sen ate adopted the report of the railroad committee, which recommended that the ; cent tare b 11 he not passed This end I cent fare legislation lu the Kansas I'Xl.slature at this session. BANK Are amuruyfhi; !arL'f.t holder of Real hst.yO n :hn Community and t!ie r' Real F sfite hulJin'i are an Add;t ial guaranree of tht S:ifcrof j!ur l)opo:t in thi bank. . Vs. . our IJanktn Actount is o.icitea. The City National a nk (i. S. PARKKR. President. K. H. ASTIN. Vice 'r. A. V. Wll.KKRSOX. K. W. CREN!IAV, Cashier. At. Cashier. J. N. C(M.K. J. K. PARKER. J. W. KNGLIM Another Estension. Muskogee, Okla. Manh 9 Oov. Hiskell and other prominent Oklaho man Indicted in February by the fed eral grand Jury for Muskogee alleged town lot fraud, were, acain granted an extension of time They are to plead at Vinltain the federal niourt Monday next. Teatile Interest to Meet. Atlanta. March 9 The executive committee of the (ieorgta Textil as sociation lusued a call for a meeting of all textile Interests of tht south here on March 16. The purpose of the meeting will be to consider the tariff and otVr important question relative to the tettk Industry. Hudspeth Arrested. New Orleans, March -Henrjr S. Hudspeth, former president of thi New Orleans Typographical union, was arrested here charged with fraud ulently obtaining money from th union. He. was a candidate for tat presidency of the International Typo graphical union against James M Lynch during the election last May. Expires In Bathtub. Oeorgetown. Tex.. March 9 J me Carter, aged forty-three, a fanner, was found dead In a bathtub at a local hotel early Tuesday morning Ht came from Nacogdoches to buy land. It Is believed heart disease caused hi' desth. f Poorhouse Robbed. I'arksriihurg. W. Va . March 9 A large quantity of seed was n.jleu from the poorhouse. SPECIAL FOR THIS MONTH Yw March Orders Will le ApprtcitttJ CORNED BT2F FRESH VEGETABLES IRISH POTATOES CHIPPED BEEF PLUM PUDDING BROILED MACKEREL SWEET POTATOES CABBGAE SPINACH CCLCRV TURNIPS TOMATOES LETTUCE ferrtfAisf foJ (a ft, at tin louttl print p-uMtFt itluiryPnmpt ttnict FRENCH SARDINES OIL NEW CATCH BOSTON KE1EL ETC. MAC- C. E. BULLOCK & CO. T t on IMareh Co) CO) dge E)ry oods Will offer some bargains that vou never heard of before in EmIrtJTueries, Aluslin Underwear and White Goods. Will give a few of the greaLkffgains we have to offer 1 lot of lS-inch Embroidery, 25c value, picked up at bargains, will sell at 1 lot 14 inchei wide, this width retails everywhere at 25c. but we will sell it at Hig lot 10-inch, good value at 25c, will give you your choice of thee for the small sum of 1 lot of )jc kind will sell for 5c and 6c kind will put at. 1 lot 24-inch embroidery flouncing, the value of these goods are 50c, picked up at a bargain, will let them go tt 1 lot better grade flouncing. 65c kind, will go at 1 line all-over shirt waist embroidery. 75c kind, will give you this for only Big line childrens drawers, age 2 to 6 for 8Jc I ttvCX 30c I LB 39c (M ml Just rtctitti fall lint of the U rtlithl Rut Proof Ctmt B certain and tee these hefare haying. Big line ladies drawers, 25c kind for Big line ladies drawers, 35c kind for 1 line gowns, regular 50c kind, will put at ' Big line gowns, 65c goods will sell at Big line $1.00 gowns will sell these for $1.25 and 11.50 gowns, will sell these 3 days for Many other things in Muslin Underwear we haten't mentioned. Come and See for Yourself. 15c 23c 25c 43c 60c 85c 10c white lawn, will run for these 3 days for. . . 12,'ic white lawn for. . . . 75c All White Goods in this sale. Don't forget that these prices go on Monday morning come early to secure the best bargains, for these goods will be picked up at these prices. 30c white linen for.. alilZ 35c white linen will aWC 50c white linen will go i i ..8!c 115c 14c 15c white lawn for. 20c white lawn for. dge Dry oods o. foe white linen will go at 43c S V. I r , i I :-'r -v- - I . "