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FOURTEENTH YEAR hXYAX, TEXAS, TUESOAi MORMMi, MARCH 23, Hj. NUMBER 9 1 fr -NAM i MEN'S Clothing A glaucc at our west window will give yu an idea of Styles fa Men's Clothing Brown. Green and Gray Mixtures It's! good timc;Jto e select your suit now. We invite you to sec a I line. The Hat. shoes and all furnishing for the man. We will take plcaaurc in showingl.'you, if you arc nM just "ready to purchase. A. J. Wagner & Co. I .en ! ii A S2i50 S25 I ! i " " j t I I I i i I ! Li US! you RESUMES FORMER LIFE. John Allea Hat Gone to Home After Hit ' I TtirrtTr vnnc ncrtirr I TWENTY YEARS ABSENCE! Became Discouraged. Went to Califor- ni. Son Receives Information About Him, Coca Out There and Find Father Working en Orange Ranch. Chicago. March 22 After an ab twnce of twenty yearn John Alien re fill tied tu hiii home lii Kvanstun, kiss fd hia wite ami took up the thread of existence exactly where he had druiy'MMl ntf. One rumiiiiiK twenty year uo h le't ; '-'line for work and mya'erlom-I- i;iiireil. Alter a long search 'ie )l!cf of many dtle be was ii i by Ms !! and Hon. the lat i n k ten pr of Hf when bla father dlsaptfnied. RecentLh u 1.011 ifcelved Informa tion tUT e( tl I III to believe that till fat bar waa work Inc. on an orange rlf h near Whlttler. Cal. A trip to alifnrnla resulted In the return of father and aou. ' I rot discouraged, that was , all." aald Allea to bla wife. "I thought I would go west and aw what I could do. I never succeeded much and o did not write. 1 wan mighty clad to see our hoy. though. I tell you." PREPARING FOR TRIP. Some of Former President Roosevelt's Baggage Put on Shipboard. Oyster Hay. March 22 Ex President Roosevelt left Oyster Hay early Mon day tu make a farewell visit to New York City before departing for hia African expedition. He 1-.Ii.mI the st.amshlp Hamburg on whbh he K1 make tbe Journey to Naples and impeded quarter and t.i become HCiiiaillted With the ship's commander. Captain Hutnielster. and other officer Hurliig the clay Mr Hoooevelt attended to Home personal atfairs and leliirnid to Oyster Hay In the e!ilnK A special bailee car was attached I to the tiain on which Mr. Roosevelt took on hi ttlp to New York and eighteen pp-ic of his haggaee placed j aboard f r shipment on the Hamburg. Th baKKace contaiiiel r l t h : n ir. sad dle, hammock and traveling utensil The tags Hie addieed. "Til- "lore KiMinevel'. Naplea. Italy " C.un an.i aniniiiiiltiou are now at Hobok-n pb'i j DIES IN ELECTRIC CHAIR. j Criminally Assaulted and Stabbed to Death Hia Victim, j Ric hmond Va . March 22 Arthellus j Christian, a nesru. who In Ilotetourt j county on Feb 1H criminally assaulted and then stabbed to death a young ! white s. hoot gill, was electrocuted In ' the penitentiary Monday. Christian I waa Indicted, tried and tnuvlctd with In twent lour hour after he was raptured. 8TAPP PASSES AWAY. Last Philanthropic Act Endowment of College at Dalhart. ' Columbus Ky . March 22 J. S : Stapp. a noted philanthropist, died at j hi home here He waa ality year J old lilt last philanthropic act wa i the endowment last week of the col- lege h e-tabliahed at Dalhart. Teg. ! Three Years Over Century. ! Oreenbura. Fa . March 22 -Mrt. M. F. Wiley Is 103 yeau old. SPECIAL FOR Year March Orders CORNED Brr" IRISH POTATOES SWEET POTATOES CAB8GAE SPINACH CCLERY TURNIPS TOMATOES LETTUCE ttrrytluni fi to eat. el tat awtai anew Just any kind of I Breakfast r II Foo want. Howelr 6l Newton Grocers and Coffee Roasters Phone. 2.1 Si IV) NO PROPERTY INTERESTS. This ! Contention MadeAgaintt the Government. Mu.kogee. Okla.. March 22 That the government ha.4 no property in- terei,u ,n ,h" ,1,l,,u "f ,h" Ch'Tolea. who -fr emancipated by th govern- tu ii t . wail the argument presented by ltlJur r Clu-rokee defend- R09ERT L. o::i. j ant In the :; . -nt hv the ( go eminent t. c . : . to Indian : lands Two 1, u ii -1 tawycra throng-1 ed the coii-t roojii, intiling Senator. Robert I.. iwi-n who Is c n of th d--, d feiidanta. ! d FIRES FIRST GUN. Chairman Payne Begma Argument on I tn Tariff Measure. j Washington. March 22 The flrat rnn In the tariff debate was fired In th iiouse of r pieiientatlvea Monday by Mr I'ayne of New York, the rna j Joi'lty leader and chairman of the com mlttcc cm way and mean. Before he Iw-Kft-i hl? remarks an agreement was leached under which, while the bill Ik under consideration, dally aeaslona shall nurt at 11 o'clock Instead of at timm In c pcnlng. Mr I'ayne declared th- roiMitiy In over lic lnilngly In favor of a i tnt.-ctUe tariff It W a Americ an I nllc be ald. nnd it M-emed to h c)i!:. s. ed .n by grei.t n.ajorlty of t!i Atntrlr.in 'ople He did not believe he nhed there Is a man within th- KO'tlid of I ' vulce bo would rise in hH M at pjkI iay he Is In favor" of teiilil'K down every customhouse In the r nited State from turret to foun da t ion. COTTON FIGURES. Census Bureau Issues Report up ti First of This Month. Washington. Marc h 22 The cens'H bureau, in a rewtrt announces th- amount of cotton storks on lu.i)d l:i the I'nit. d States at the rlose of Feb ruary was 5.2C2.t.'i3 bales The nd rated consumption of cotton la 2.521.- !.'(; bales. The repott Is a preliminary one and In response to a resolution of emigres Stock on blind U distributed as fal lows Manufacturers. 1.M022 bale-,; prod ic ers. 2ti.73T: warehouse and comj resses. 2.3'M;.7Sfl: transinir'ation compaiib s, .r.is.47:i; other holders, 2r.j. ;'.. Antidote For Intemperance. Waiau. Wis.. March 22 According to Chief o police Malone, the roller skating craze which overtook the city last fall has develood Into an effec tive antidote to Intemperance. Ita at tracting power Is decidedly stronger for joung men than saloons. Hence a large majority of the youths who used to frequent barroom before the sport ame Into voruo can now be found at the rinks. Miller to Succeed Keating. Washington. March 22 The presl dent sent to tbe senate the nomination of Charles Miller to be fnlted States district nttirney for Indiana, to uc cecd Joseph KealillK. resigned. THIS MONTH Will bt Appreciated FRE3H VEGETABLES CHIPPED BIEF PLUM PUDDINj BROILED MACKEREl KIPPREL HERRING FRENCH SARDINES IN OLIVE OIL NEW CATCH 1 BOSTON MAC- KEftEL ETC ftuM Fm dJirery hm? itnict jet men an. X II II V...';1 .j RAISES HEAD T&O SOON. Ed Rising Unintentionally Takes the 11""" Life of John Mattock. Enid. Okla.. March t!. Crouched upon the count! to shoot, John Mat tock, aged fourteen years, was abol and Instantly killed bjr Ed main, the earn age, twenty mllea north of Bnld Rising was aiming baclc of Mattock, who raised his head too aooa. The top of Matlock 4 head waa blown off. Safe Blower Own Up. Shenandoah, la.. March 22. A eafe blower was found In a atrawatack two tulles from thia place. He confeeJ to having asUted m robbing the First National bank at Imogen Saturday and with officers went to the straw Mack and dug up Jl.r.oo of $'..'mi i taken Tvo ether aimnecta iav ben located at V"b!te f'loi'd. twenty mftej r'irth o.' h ie Tli" robber In jail re. j lex til (f h'n Hflr; ,. Vr W;'l- Jr- SrelL-y. Tnl". tu . rt ... I idelic o; . v. . ; lb.w:.:.l. .' c j' .. -.!:' ,;' Jack-i"i c . !..-, r ,' i.Ked . -i. - Cnl-d'T.C . .! i ! ' r i ' l Jo- Sh.-i. . j : . j Mil -i. - ' .. : " i i.I 1 I Cut train i l.i'e Ir ,-.r,;o-rrent. I S in A' II ; i .i ' In sr the Jii;y i morning Duke to ! i -v - A" t cl S.i' :r I iv nt ' rr o ' a .-,H"t M r :rn k:.;i'j :y 'icrnient mi t ..a' I'v -rn here. 1... in: of killing Wa t i: 4 if Exhibit 7 JJ4r Come tind bring For Menand-Young Men They are Distinctive. They are different in cut and detail. They are "Classy." One, two and three but ton models of conservative and extreme fashions in fine Worsteds, Cassimers and Tweeds in green, blue, smoke, tan, bronze; in solid colors and bright pat terns; in stripes of white, blue, red, green, etc. Don't fail to see these smart suits. $12.50 to $25.00 Everything that's new in Spring Hats and Haberdashery now ready, and certainly worth seeing. Come!! Brandon & Lawrence Men's Outfitters 0 Careful men quickly learn that the choice oU Banking institution of hi;h standing is cne of the mast important elements of business success. You arelnviteJ to rrip ML City National BAM 0. . PARK LR. lident. A. W. VILKKRSON, Cahier. J.N.COI.K. J. K. PARKER OUR FIRST iriends to and interesting of SPRING 1 ' Clothing (m, J I SHOWh j For Men h i t ALWT Emir oe K. H. ASTIN. Vice Pre. K. W CRKNHAW, Ast. Cashier.' J. W. ENGLISH see this unusual C e t IrBrm i nil mini with C. E. BULLOCK & CO.