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HRYAN. TEXAS MARCH 31. 1909.
Almost as soon as Judgo Storey
exhaled hla last breath last Sunday
morninc. oolltlclans began to discuss
the appointment of his successor as
a member of the railroad commis
sion. Among the names most ire
quently mentioned In this connection
are those of Representative Mobley
of Henderson county, who was the
administration candidate for speaker
of the house; Editor McCollum of
the Waco Tribune, recently appoin
ted a director of the A. and M. Col
lege; and Hon. Trav Dashicii. now
commissioner of taxation. All or
these are thick and thin frl'nds of
the governor and it is hlshly proba
bio that he will name one of lhm
for the vacant place. In cr.e lah-1,-11
secures the plum It Is probable
that Mobley will get hla place as tax
commissioner. We lirazos county
people thought a heap of Trav Dash
Notwithstanding tho almost Un
precedented backwardness of the
spring Bryan people are enjoying
onions and radishes from their own
Stealing Idea, la morally a. culpa-
nit-all nit money. Hooseveii
stole Dryan'a policies and audacious
ly claimed mem a. his on ana w
Moines Is trying to sneak from Gal
veston the honor of Inventing the
commission form of municipal government.
Is alleccd that a San Anionio
wa. caught bugging a beautl-
ax dummy tn a suow wm.-.
Have the militant suffragettes of the
n.nn rii. nirirken the men wim
terror that they dare not te
thelr caresses on the palpata-
ting forms of symmetrical femininity
so abundant there?
Ull when he was our district attorney j 80ttP
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FOR WOMEN- AND THE HOME.
A sun-bath Is of more value to
health than much warming by tho
To cure a sting of bee or wasp, mix
common earth with water and apply
Bent whalebones, the genulno ar
ticle, are atralghtened by soaking
them In boiling water a few minutes (
and then ironlug them atralght. 1
Neuralgia may very often be speed
ily relieved by applying a cloth aat
urated with essence of peppermint to
the seat of pain and leuvlng it there.
Soft soap, made from half a pouud
of hard soup aud two quarts of boll
lnir water, is more economical for
laundry purpose, than ordinary wash-
J. G. MINKERT
Attoiasv and Couintllor st.Liw
Real Estate Bought
and Sold. Sur
veyor in office.
TALK FRIENDLY g
Courtroui Treatment. Call to See Me.
W. C. rOCNTAill
atuir or ooiltb Drag Cm.
Flower And Ga
h BM mU Pi
Mammoth Paptn CardtnlStti . .'
an, I hnve a sneaking liking for mm
yet, and since nobody but a Campbell
man has a show wo should like to
see Trav draw tho white bean.
A. AND M. DIRECTORS MEETING.
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A stove that I always rcadvl
A stove that nuVcs no smoke, sme'.l or
A safe s'ovel An economical stove! A
A stove that requires ne kill to oper
A s'ove wlilfh has revolutlonlir J
"ccoklnj;." ae.J has tran'lormrj
the i!riii!;:rrr ci tl.e Vitihtn woik
Into a pleasant pastime.
A "Q iii V Mral" Stove i'.l tlo any anJ
all woik tliut can i ilmic on a wood
rt co.,1 Hove, on'v tfe dirfcr-
enre tl.it t!-e Ou'i k Mr!" for it
quiikrr. rheaorra ul t:i a moreaiiree
ni" aril i i-iiui'ic wa.
Cole Hardware Co.
Contract Awarded to J. 8. Harrison of
Waco For New Experiment Build
ing. Col. K. 1. Mllner has returned from
Dallus where he attended an Impor
tant meeting of tho board of direc
f tha A and M. College. The
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board met in tho Oriental hotel and
awarded to J. S. Harrison of Waco
the contract for erecting the experi
ment building at the cotlege. Mr.
Harrison's bid was $33,903. Other
bidders were the M. S. Hasle Con-
stiuction Company of Pallas; the
Brooks-Cordon Const ruction of Hons-
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ton: 1 H. Wrisnt or imims, r..
Zimmerman of Cleburne and J. O.
polhemis of Austin.
The board spent some time In dis
cussing some proposed additional de
partments to the college. Since the
teachlne of agriculture In the puouc
schools has been made compulsory, it
was thought that there should be in
th, Acrlcultural nnd Mechanical Col
lege a department of agricultural ped
agogy, for the purpose of training in
this science teacher, tor sen ire
the public schools. A department of
mrni pneinoerlnK. for teaching irriga
tion, road construction and farm me
chanics was also considered desiranie.
The board likewise favored a corres-
nondenre course of Instruction in ag
riculture, horticulture, dairying and
anlnml husbandry. Col. R. T. Ml.ner.
president of the college, and waiion
releet were constituted a special com
mittee to lay these matters neiore
Governor Campbell and the legisla
The following members of the board
were In attendance: Judge k. K.
Uggett of Abilene, president or tne
board; Judge T. D. Rowell of Jener
on. vice uresldent: Judge A Haldu
sek of U Grange, Hon. E. R. irone.
state commissioner of ngncuuure.
Walton Peteet of Fort Worth. The
absentee were: Judge John M. Green
of Yoakum. Hon. W. P. Sebastian or
Brerkenrldge and Col. A. R McCollum
President It. T. Mllner of the Agri
cultural and Mechanical College. Dr.
H. H. Harrington, director of the ex
periment station, and Prof- F. E. Gle
secke. Instructor In agricultural engin
eering, attended the meeting
A good deodorlier is ninuo oy ap
plying a hot poker to a lump or cam-
i.imr um In a saucer. The strong
fumes will clear the atmosphere of
a room In a few moments.
One teaspoonful of ammonia in. a
cupful of water will clean gold or
silver Jewelry. A few drops on the
under side of a diamond will clean It
immediately, making It very brilliant.
Delicate colors can bo set by soak
ing In a cupful of common salt to
every two quarts of water. A table
lumnful of turpentine in a pailful
of lukewarm water will et color, as
leather belts or boot, that have
been soaked In water or dried hard
may be softened by rubbing them
i..ntifullv with coal oil. K the learn
er Is very dirty wash It with hot soap
n, la flrsL
Tn renovate velvet, free it rrom
dust by laying It face down and whip-
in It amartlv: then brush It wun a
l.i. i.nok. iiimiun on tne
soil uttir uiu -
wrnnu lde with borax water, ana
hang, pile Inward In the sun to dry.
t i.rpvcnt buff and gray linens
from fading or growing streaky In the
iniin.i,.rlnff add a table-
,runfnl of black pei'l'er to the first
water In which they are washed and
ihon lnunder In the usual way.
Great care should be taken to ury
towels thoroughly bciore
them away. If placed In tho linen
preises without nemg """"'
alnl. while still damp, a nu
likiy to form upon them, which, It
Is ald. proiucea .kin diseases.
An Insect In the car may o
stroyed by pouring a teaspoonful of
warm olive oil or camphorated oil.
Into the ear and keeping it there for
some time, holding the head in a po
.l.i., ,n rotnln the oil. which will
afterward come away with the dead
A good .cheme for freshening the
apiK-arance of white silk parasols, or
any silk that will stand water. Is to
wet them thoroughly all ove.. open
them and let them remain so until
dry. All wrinkles are done away
.Yth nH Instead of a mussy. half-
worn looking article one has an ay-
parantly new parasol.
Th straw hat of last aeason m.j
. i k .nihhlnr It with S
De cieanra vj
h,.h n,t nure castlle aoap anu
water. It It looks yellow after thia
scrubbing, rub It with lemon Juice to
M.rh 1L -Then pres. the brim
..(, m-iti? a hot Iron. A new hat
band will complete the rejtmnatloa
until the hat look, like new.
BARS PHOSE 293
A combination saddle and harness
horse that was made famous by the hifih
quality of his colts. Wherever found
their rare cood qualities make them
prized above all others.
A full brot
breeding he ra
Why breed to a trade or scrub when
you can breed to tlii. highly bred younc
horse at same price? Look up his colts;
they will show with the best.
A very hiCh clan drafter that sjll be
appreciated by the procursive 4
seein" farmer who wants size coalmed
with action, strength and quality-
$10.00 Season $15.00
TERMS $15.00; to Insure $2S.&
We w ill show colts from above horses that will prove then true value as .ires, t'j."
Ojicc your aiiuiiac anu 9vyyvn mm ..vw.ta , -
Yard and Allen Academy.
For further information see or address
J. W. RAWLS, Manager