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, Visit the Cuban Exposition Gar g ' umirik. Will Exhibit in Bryan Thur., Fri. and Sat., Mar., 25, 26, 27, H. & T. C. Track L ' ' ' . I - II 'lf. T 1 1 I , 1 T l I I i 1 1 I 1 I I I I i II I Mill! I 4 IJU.lt MhHHfrtH ' l r.l7 i i hi i i i i .. , : ill: i ) . win WWmA seas ii i " ! i . S m 53iijr,Lrr - A wuscum oi Luoan i-ihiuhs. luuioiiiij, mcridimng. instructive, wpcn IU a. m to 10 n m. Admission JUc, Iff help dctra expenses, Schoolchildren in charge ofi teacher, oc. r D;!.on's Exptrimtnt. The KiiIf:ti chemist Dnltnn was a . liiH.lii-di her. I ! worked without a laboratory :iud with crude apparatus, niostljr mad 'y himself from simple tin ferial. " Hen- It no example desrrlli--J iufils own words: , "Tiwlf an ale glasi of a con led I fig ure, two mill a half Inch s in diameter i atiJ thri'o Inches d.-ep; filled jt with water Hint had I .! stumllng In t!ii ruin mid t'ttiM-in!it!.v f the tempera- 1 lure of til air neirly: put the bull) ..f i!h thermometer to the bottom of the i gl.in. the M'-nle M:it out of the water. Tlii'U, having mark. si the ternterature. I ('in I lie rillii tip f the w.kT hulf til Jnch deep lu the water. holdlui? It there steudlly for half a minute, and a Hoon at It was wlOidrawn I dipped the liulli if a sen-slide thermometer t tit the water, when It nwi In a few second to lHil degrees." I He then determined the terjfw.ture ! of the water at the bottom after Ore mlnutea. after twenty minute and aft- ' ' er tin hour an. I found that It roue grad 1 j ua"y from 17 to "'2 degrees. This j simple experiment proved that water I f has the owtr to conduit hint, which I ! had l-en denied by tn les an author UQLOR SPECIALS AT NARKUL'S CASH CKOCLkY reppf (WiJt. wa no . . .fl.CS Wilson Ryt., m- l.ll row Huntrr Kje, i l..0 now I.JS Wallkcr' t ai'4.lin C'iuii, i M.r.s n" .y llili lt and W't.itc Scotrh !m porte.I h,N.r), wi Hum .... DiH i I'ute Malt fn: !J t..!k. V He.ie i t I.exii..t"ii. hottlrj in Id:uI, i itu . l.i )2 . I., revvv ! Mind. w.:l.V) l!fih:i ! iioMr r, 1 .S. tiled in tl'lM ... I IM K)r, mu Iij I. (Hi roe Ke. Mat r.uw l.oii a.ortc.l fremii C..in;ac, " i. 2M n. 'A I r I u:f i ,Mf!i n( A;..'e Bran i!) , "H $1.50 ii. in 1.IM) Pure R ackhjit) Wme. i M.?U n . i,oi Many other li.anJ. of l.itjii k andj tuM I neof Iff I.IM Ml, f. ljttiJ a. id l-j.rel ine at Warwill's Cash Grocery. Ity l'ti. th.tu Iintnfoid. - Vmith'N r,inian- ROU 1 1 all J c II er- X 7 . V LiotiQ?' and JENKINS' RESOLUTION. WILLI" WHITLA AT HOME. -i a ' I.M !t:i; n:J.ji:nl .i-p;rn.-..i(r j. I.. j.uiiy n i 1 III l)F. 9 Texas See Floral Cofs Lively Debate Follow Introdnc tion of It. Atihtin, M.irc!i 2;.. When the hou- iii'.t Tn-sil:iy ii; irt:Ji Mr. Jctil.itu nf. flTed a roohltiiiTl tint. "V!hti-;is. I'i"i le (.in rule ( ! wh :i the fi . j 'lr's ie;re.sentativea at t II I to p.-oj'le- I u.-'tles; lUI'l W'l.iT.- I-. . iii. i ei.ce hi the Wl!I i.f t:.- T .ijor.ly Is t!i.- vi':il rtin i ;!, of r : therefote ! e It IC. S'.lve l.Tlmt It Is the helis-e of t !l Five V. h;-i Tf ouli wlt'ioiit further iK by tlinn Is !:. lt s.iry to a pfojier diM'ii;-ioi of li!IN i I 'i'ii. . t!i- ! h-'U. in ci. vi : a t'l" l.ny ,i ,1 lo: and hi J.ii!..-, 1 ("!; eiainl Pco-lc Crtct Kidr.-., W. ohiron, Pa. m ..:-! ::;-w,v; w ! ;i'' ki.tii:,i.' .; .''. :'!: hi-, l.rl... ci . Tile l.t ai: i ' pi i -.:is -. ! i I l.ion-t i .t t ; i in. f'hei'i : i. tl.'' p ii f'iiloi-(l ;::! Il.er to the WhlMa he. .-. v.iittl.t it nil his Min i :t .Id Ifio ein iTH (f a .i I 1 Th MiitaUc II ' :lllllti red ilit i r:iti ''i i till :i j .i ' M'tt I liere w his flee He s :i- If l:i l'er. . I .1 n I H- Mud. i the eeittr 1 i- li.'.l the i! :i i .".re w. r:: l tii'le a I ..i... a i 11, .I po'ii'C i; ser . .k ..a .i"!!iei.t - t.:i: t iinld. if S. H. FJKJNKLIN'S Meat Markets l V I h I'pptt Matktt f kamt 30 Ur Mufhtt Pkot 32$ i uev 4,r JJi-c;, rrL. Mutton, 3 iu.r t.-.. thfotii;. T t . i ' i : 1 1 1 . ! st-orted Wlii ln.. I tr."ll the lii.:i I'.d I ntel to the tl ,:n hoi:-, th;it we .hniild proceed with T!"1 yutinet o t :,is-i in nee to attend to the b;:-i:iess fur' . whi.h we have he, t, .atl-d t-.L-. th. r 1 W1 -,! ,',,'x' Mr. Uliitla v ;i i.ot ;i i :i ;. it t . ii vi s the matter of fit's 'in i i i.: ,u . : t :,e family (or ihil '' -' wl'h K ,ilii:i.r,-i s - urn ft fjltiw fr,,ia i f Hivlefy le-l''.i:i:slie.l." n of- :ea;t' Garden Seed Ga ran teed Absolutely Frca. Every Packac'datcd i uk sai.i: iiv n. l. brocoon fore this hmtse or that h he hrntlKht helore It." Mr. Jenkins Mild that t,e apupers owr the htate imd ircul.it 'd a report til. -it the ni'Ut'e'tR of lie hi l'.si. wete ni'j.'d InTillil.iiiiterina; and that In- lni-il coi'trol n nil he r tnav ' t'-ol 'o tiavi ! .said the t:it (rvin." I have th" Kidnappers. auri'i.t. a l uh ! want' d ytienihera j tll'.-H ,f Ii for line In niv arias." I'i'lf mil Him ,inl half K'Hen no ihuiiht to That will he up t i the I w ant t niie s.-if n;- " "What h ive cti il ite thai j 'heiild m . '.. a i iT'" tie" n t'ije.irir n U'l. "1 III!.' ..:r l-eeti II Ja-ll. . 'ill' weltare : 1 1:. N t!:at I sheiiM i.e T.r.t v. h it Ii !:? Wh.:: h fue I. a o "it cniiiil'.ti-.l :" ' I inn a (.-.! niisit yea. n i ' ij:t:::l-t -aid I d :i't dare thluli w !.a . were. N ' l. !.::er ll'lllt I k ep It fl.-'.l t!.. li'Til. 1." k mi. iii 1 ;ifi ready tu So p.-ll.Hl'V." I'ttt will y..u tie' ejia!.-ir !f yi.ii Insist, t ta 'U-.'I't 1 mar rh'd ouly the daughter, hut I have f. iiad. In t: y sorrow, that the wh. U' faa.llv was Included. "-Kansas CUy 'idep'lidii. Llcatu A BY, Jus T Line ' A i Li V ceived m IT Alfea poliie, and m 1 live and litvathe I am not wnrr.vlfK oxer their nioveinents." The Jlo.nm. ransom for It:Uv" so to dispatch husl-1 i Whi: hi Jt MJ I L 'A T OP.: J. W. BATT8 HEAL ESTATE AGENJ" I" Taliafeirn nnll.lfri. iu j ositrt Uurt House. Phot V 'H e iu oiDce ttie oulr et f Abi-tract !. .r It.aioa C..unr t4Jid fitlea On: ',' j.k oa wJi- Side of town in g oJ n.-i-iU.-f.ood fenced with wir:-; shade tiecs; price $300. Terms to suit purchaser. ! : ' 3: t J. G. MINKERT Atto'iic an J Cojiiseilor at Irt Real Estate Bcught I Ct I O jhu com. our vcyor in ofHcc. ; MILLER'S j HOTEL 4 Near H. AT. C. tapot. $5.00 A WEEK OR. R. H. HARRISON Phytielan and Sufseon SH-t'lal Attention to (Jenlto rnlunry Oraans and Rectum. Kcaldence I'hone lOrt. office riion; 66. ( alia anv trej Prompt ly flay or NUbt. DR. ALCIE BENB0W. DENTItT' OVHR IliSWHLL'S BOOS ITORI J. B. HINES All Kinds of Insurance Ttltphona 181 y O.'ilce LMwa Stain la tfty HaJL P ua W. C FOl'NTAiN to nive no warrant or i xcus" h reports unlni; on'. Ilnvlnirn I'lil 'in ititli' il,.til..l tl.it )T ' lou.Miilin 1,1 U' HI' l MH heasi coiuie. I 1 w ith nnv hand of In- .Villi Or flllhllStelH. Mr. Tarvcr called fur a second read- ni; of the resolution. Mr. Fltzliujih piijeciea. sir. i arver movcit mat a ec nd reaJlna he had The house or der -d a second readme-to .11. , Mr. Jackson denied that memtiers "hail not dlllB. titly attended to IiuhI tiess. declaring that they had a per fect right to (teir.i!n! a many roll (alls' as they saw fit. Mr. "lVocl.it I i of Washington) ask ed Mr. Jenkins II his resolution did not amount to dilatory tactics. Mr. ('a utiles declnied that nem-spa per reports of Insurgents and fillhua ters la the house were reflections upon .Tneuiliers of the house. TJi" previous question was ordered at'J the resolution adopted S.I to 31. lo roll calls hi'liiR demanded. Mr. Heedy's resolution to expunge from thi Journal Mr. Kennedy' for mal resignation as sneaker, rame ur nn nornnri reading. Mr. Heedy pok for Ita adoption. He declared It an Insult to nieinhera to say that they had heeti inflitetici d in their action by the state administration or other outddj eh menf. Mr Klllott van red to know If Mr. Ileedy believed an.' tiiemlier had been Pifluenred hy the uiitriinist ration Mr. K -edy repii.-d that h l-.'hevd not. hut no If had heeu (hailed Mr. Hill nskd If it m claimed th governor had not talked to any rip-m-het aliout tae action to b" taken and followed hl.H question hy the ip-clari tion that the governor had talked on hour to him about the matter. Mr. Iteedy asked If h had been in flui'ticed hy the governor In algning the resolution demanding Mr. Kenne dy'M resignation. Mr. Hill replied that h had not; that the governor had wanted the rra ol ut Ion stronger. "Speak th truth'" shouted Hill. "The governors Influ ence did enrompa Mr. Kennedy's defeat." He asked to have record! lu the journal only what was true." Mr. (lAlne. In a calm talk, without sign of paaion, declared thai he be lleved Mr. Kennedy had a right to have recorded in the Journal his vlw of the forces arraigned against him t.) encompass hi defeat and announced hi oposltl'Vl to Mr. Keedy's resolu tion. especially since Mr. Kennedy 1 slik and absent and unahle to apeak for l.ltiiiM-lf. H y withdrew a little was .a gtoccrv .1 to the kidnappers In History Rtviacd. The IT. ft" -. r -What was It defeat ed I.c.tillas nt Tlienii"ylae? The tore on the afternoon! Student- The of Monday. The money was receive I hy an oiillnaraly ilr. s-.ed woi kliiKman. win gave bis name as Hayes, lie picked up ti e pai kam-, filled with yel low hacked bills, smiled nonchalantly and left. "Mrs. IVtnnrd Hetidrirkson temMirarlly hi diarce of the store fot j her mother. Mis. Margaret I'hle. for I got to notice which way the nian went, I aud at the door of tin lirt!.. groc ry was the last irate the police had of tiini. Ileal tne pass Plain Healer too new long. rulen. H -Cleveland Gates Providet For Library. II' nutiioiit. March - John W. flutes, the nuilti millionaire, has re. turned Imm N'.-w York, where I.e pro v 1 t d for the J:'..i, library In con nection w ith the new college which 1. t Is estaldli'iini; at Port Arthur El yovr f.irr fnuri-rar ui uu fcrin'i m fuit of t efi i---r. ,..' vn the metil' ct ttffuiitx trl V I rn ,..., i v a I j,. . r ,ei ! . , i a i eiet.ii.: t ' c x i .a i.e: j. ri n a a. ti. i i I'ffii mi r i' ;e , i-1 iv i in MM !'! H'i'.i P. 3 ; t -r 1 I. .1 1 i'.. i i.'jia . a-1 i!ei is 1 1 w i . I , av I '" It I1UV l.il'if at;..! ti.e i'irin ( nt an fx n an r'4. t n ,u ii ii J -'r t to V our nu pai J ii ; i . ' , j-t a4 to i f ; .t...,. !.,;, ..f s,t, t.in,, i' f ; any auto- ! vv' y ' ! r t.c a pr .! a U-i a i..e a in.iin? on e i:r in il, a:n! a i1 ot liir r."i . i ji.-ii in tne po!ii ) . uurf in the'ytar.hattanift of Au" York,. S, t. Boaturighl, Agtnt. nsuie m the SOUTHS' ESTERS LIFE UiiURANCE CO., Dallas, Tex !.. J H Uri i ' tin V Jlftrfn! ( Hff r 1 It -r 4tn. th ' t -'i iinj,'i tfrttin,? t.rv man nJ n rrn ur:iir . FRIEND IS. KLLU. ... T JUL r J tr, ni r i 'h, llii-ii'J t tin NEED SOCIETY. i r T t m 0v 'it 'J-ut r J Si. k f it t'j ar tr, r t t - r v fl o Saya the restitution bj unanimous consent of the hiuse. The bouse, after hiving consumed in hour and a half, got down to bust n-s and pa"-.! niuiiy liar mans nut rel ittnc to a;'t e.iraii. hy brief of aN lorneys In roirts of cil appeal, ami erigrossel KulN r's tilll providing hit It shall not h" nec-ssary for th-i t.te, rotin'y or city to give an appeal biitnl In civil case. WISHES OF SENATORS. DIABOLICAL DESIRE. Wiahed to See White Folk Killed One Little Negro. Montgomery, Ala. March 2.1. "We done it because we wail'Pil to see sono white folks killed." said Plea Haven port, it six year old negro, in confess lug to local d.'te'tivcg that he an 1 nine ottier srnaii negro iiovs under arrest had tried to wreck trains on I I.e 1 o isvill .md Nashville railroad n ar l !ijs ( p y. Ktu.-iii-r on two different night? discovered spikes (.liven between rails, the disi overy each lltn-' being made In tip-e to prevent nn accident DR0P3 DEAD IN CHAIR. Joseph Swan Connected With Ataoci ated Presi Nearly Forty Year. New York. Maid. 2.1 -II. a long newspaper career closed with the stid den death of Joseph Swan, for nearly forty years connected wh the Also dated Press us "marine reporter Mr. Swan i active to tne end H dropped dead in a chair In the new ship office at the battery. Bryan's Big Furniture Buggy House Die Seated. Dunkirk. N. Y.. March 21 Mrs Cornelia Miliums diej seated la chair. Used Two Revolvers. Memphl. March 23 Waller Oatn phor was shot and Instantly killed by Wagon Superintendent Doyle of tn I!ohlan-Houe Ice company, here Doyle, while sitting In a buggy, fired six shot from two revolvers at Oam phor. who was standing In a street nearby. Boyle was arrested Inimedl ately. Camphor hud been discharged by Doyle and trouble grew out of the former's dismissal. Wants to Secure Work. Paris. March 23 At a nians meet Ing of O.noi) striking telegraph and postofflce employes It wa voted hy an overwhelming maturity to resume work. Only about 2nu of the men roted to continue the strike Ladies Astride and Side Saddles SADD Vf 5 for E; V 7j and Misses Ol'NTAl itijx: OENTia OS.-e un'ai-w ;- mttn Dni o Bailey Notified by President Taft That He Will Be Consulted. Washington. March 13 There Is an Indication at the White House that President Taft. In making fed-nl ap pointments in' the south. Intends tn consult as far as possible the wishes of senators from states In which of flees are to be filled. President Taft notlficl Senator Dalley that his wishes will be consulted along with those of hji colleagues regarding Tuesday's ppplatmcQts. The tame rule, it Is c:irtV will apply to taT southern UlsP Smallpo Reported. Paris. Tes.. March 2J Vlaltorg to Paris reported there was a good man cases of small not In too sawmill camps around Kotoma. Oklav A Persistant Hen. Ever hear about our little red benl Well, air. she was on the set for keeps. Couldn't keep her off. Old doorknobs, soda bottles, lamp chim neys, match safes anything was good enotiso for her. Ftnally I put ber oa three mud turtles, and I hope to die tf she didn't batch ont all Uia tors yes, sir. three of 'em! One of 'em ate ber an. and 'when we opened him tbefw was the hen settln' on his back toetb. ' snd they'd swelled np so they caoksd Id to deattLEscbao s Columbus, Moon Bros., John Deere Regal and other special makes of BUGGIES Buchanan-Moore Co. he.