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J. W. BATT8
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Cfflce in Taliaferro Building. OiksU-
Court House, l'hone 3"
Have In office the only set of Abstract
Books of Brazos-County Laud title
FOR SALE
Two Ms anil five room house, lo
cated on east aide of town. In good
neighborhood and clone In; shade
tree and good waier; Improvements
In mKKl repair. Trice $10:.0.00. Terms
easy.
V. B. Hudm W. W. Wilson
Bryan. Texas. Franklin. Tex.
HUDSON A WILSON
Attorneysat-La
Bryan and Franklin. Texas.
Will practice In county, state and fed
eral courts. Special attention to busi
ness In Hraoj and Robertson counting
FOR SALE.
147G acres of land In the Moses
Hughes survey, near Edge. I'rlce and
tTins reasonable.
Half acre of land with Improve
nients, one block cast of my home.
SO acres adjoining A. and M. College
land on west side near Providence
church. Known as the George IMetzer
place.
l'JO acres. Including Double Sulphur
Springs, on Navasota river.
V. B. HUDSON.
DR. R. H. HARRISON
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention to Genlto-Unlnary
Organs and Rectum.
Kesldcnc l'hone 13C. Otlice PIiouj
GO. Calls ansvc-rej. Protnj tly Day or
MgbL
DR. ALGIE BENBOW.
DENTIST
OVBR H iSWKLLU BOOK ATOKI
le
V
W. C. FOUNTAIN
DENTIST.
Office upstairs ovtr Smltn Drug Co.
BRAZOS FISH MARKET. J
Fresh Water and Salt Water
Fish received daily. Free de
livery over the city. Wholesale
and Retail. Phone 364.
Bryan Wood Yard
Dry Split Stove Wood. De
livered in any quantity.
Phone - - - 339
H.&T.C.
RAILROAD
Have Reduced Round Trip
Rates to:
Prairie View-Nfsy 23 and 24.
San Antonio May 24 anJ morn 2V
San Marcoi May 30 anJ 31.
Denton June 1, 2, 6 anJ 7.
Hunutille -June 4, 5 an J 6.
Dallas June 7 and M.
Palestine June 6 and 7.
AuMin June 3, 6, II, 12 and 13. ac
count Summer School; limit July 31.
San Antonio June 14 and morning
of 13.
(JAl.VKSTON June 13 and morn
ing of 16.
Memphik, Tenn. June 6, 7 and N;
rate $12.20.
New U:lein May 31 and June I.
COI.LKGF-June 12, 13. 14;
Summer School; from all points
limit July 31.
E. ROHDE
Handle nothing but trie
very best in
Wines
Liouor and
Cigars
Extra fine whiskies for family and
medicinal purpose. Your patronage
appreciated. K. ROHDr.
J. B. HINES
Kinds of INSURANCE
TalecVna 161
All
Up-stairs in thAarker Building
oiise
CONSTABLE'S SALE.
By a certain ilia Execution Issued
by L. D. Mi-Gee, Justice of the Peace
of PrecinC No. 4 of Utazos County,
on the S'.'th day of April. W. In a
certain cause wherein Ed II. Har-
rell Lumber Company Is plaint l'.' and
S. H. Dunlap & Company, a firm com-
jMined of S. II. Iniulap and W. E. John
son are defendants, In favor of the
said i.lalntlff for the sum of One Hun
dred Seventy Eight and 50-100 Dollars.
with Interest thereon at the rate of
ti per centum t annum, irom aaie
of Judgment, together with all costs
of suit, that being the amount of a
judgment recovered by the said Ed
M. Harrell Lumber Company plaintiff,
In the Justice Court, Precinct No. 4.
llrnzos County, on the 30th day of
November, IMS. and on the 1st day
of May, 1 !'.. 1 selied and levied uon
Dm hi.rolnufter described land, and
will, on the first Tuesday in June
l!n., It being the 1st day of said
month. 'at th Court House door of
Hrtuos County. In city of Bryan, with
in lenal hours, proceed to sell for cah
n the blithest bidder all the rlht.
?!!e rnd Inteteii r.f S. H. Jninhip and
W. E. Johnson In and to following de
scribed real estrte, levied upon as the
property of W E. Johnson, a member
of the firm of S. II. Dunlap k Com
pany, to-wit: All that certain tract
or pi-reel of land lying and being sit
uated In Hrazos County. Texas, and
consisting of Three Hundred Twenty
Acres In the Win. Howard survey in
said County and described as follows:
Iteeiimlng at n locust tree on the W.
bank of Navasota River for corner,
opposl'e Rocky Creek, empties Into
Navasota River In Grimes County.
Texas. Thence W. 1500 vrs. for cor
ner being corner of Two Hundred
Acres belonging to II. P. Edwards.
Thence l.3 vrs. for corner of this sur
vey. It being S W. corner of same.
Thence X. 4.'0 vrs. to the league line
of the O 8. Perry survey 101 5 acre
tract for corner. Thence E. along
Perry line to tie bank of the river for
the X. E. corner. Thence down said
river to the place of beginning, con
taining One Hundred Twenty Five
Acres of land more or less. Also all
that second tract or parcel of land
In Uraxos County. Texas, part of the
Thomas A. Mays heaJrlght on the Nav
asota Jtlver. Beginning at the S. E.
corner of Henderson Williams' 200
acre tract out of said Mays survey a
point In center of Anderson and Mllll
can road. Thence X. with Williams
E. line 814 vrs. to stake for which a
P O. 16 In. In dla. marked Wm 3 E
11 vrs. and a double P. O. bears S.
W. 6 vrs. Thence E. 640 vrs. to
the X. E. corner of Mays survey.
Thence S. 46 vrs. to a stake from
which a P. O. IS In. In dla. marked
F bears 8. 80. E. i 1-4 vrs. and e
can 11 In. In dia. X. 11. E. 2 vrs.
Thence E. 150 vrs. to a stake. Thence
472 1-2 vrs. to the center of the An
derson and Mllllcan road 4. Thence
up said road X. 81. W. 32S vrs. and
X. SO-472 vrs. to the beginning, cover
ing One Hundred Eleven and 3-4 acres
of land.
The above sale to be made by me
to satisfy the above described Judg
ment fur One Hundred Seventy Eight
and 50-100 Dollars. In favor of Ed H.
j Harrell Lumber Company, together
villi the costs of said suit, and the
prcceed applied to the satisfaction
thereof.
C. I- RAKER.
Constable Precinct No. 4. P.rao
I County. Texas.
CONSTABLE'S SALE.
By vlrture of a contain alia Kx
rution Issued by I.. D. Mct'ee. Just lee
of Peace of Precinct No. 4. of IJraios
County, on the 2!th day of April.
I WW. In a certain cause wherein Fer
ris Press Brick Company Is plaintiff,
and 8. H. Dunlap Co.. firm com
posed of 8. H. Hiinlap and W. K. John
son are defendents. In favor of the
said plaintiff fur the sum of Seventy
and 4.100 dofars. with Interest there
on at the rate of six per centum
per annum from date of Judir
ment. together with all eota
of suit, that being the amount of
a Judgment recovered by the said
Ferris Press Brick Company plaintiff.
in the J ust lee Court of Preclnet No.
4. Brazos County, on the 30th day of
November. IMS, and on the 1st day
of May. l'lrtH. I seized and levied uon
the hereinafter described land, and
will, on th first Tuesday In June.
It belli the 1st day of said
month, at the Court House door In
Brazos County. Texas, within legal
hours, proceed to sell for cash to the
highest bidder all the right, title and
interest of 8. H. Dunlap and W. E.
Johnson In and to the following de
scribed real estate, levied upon as the
property of V. K. Johnson, a mem
ber of the firm of S. H. Dunlap &
Company, to-wit: All that certain
tract or parcel of land situated In
Brazos County. Texa. and being a
part of the A. S. Perry survey de
scribed as follows: Beginning at a
stake on the V. bank of the Navasota
Uiver. oppot-lte the mouth of Rocky
Creek, a locust tree 12 inches In diam
eter marked F. bears N. 80 K. Thence
V. 1100 vrs. to stake frrm whiih a
. ..
FOTHEI1 HUNTING
LOST DAUGHTER
Left Home In 'Montgomery County
Last Sunday Foul Play Feared.
StMMiul o lilt' IjiKlr.
Houston. Texas. May 22. H. F. Peak
of Montgomery county. Is traveling
over Texas looking for his lost daugh
ter. .Maggie, 17 years of age. who dis
appeared from the family home last
Sunday. The family has no trace of
her whereabouts and fears are enter
tallied that she met with foul play
AGE INCREASES
Damage in Waxahachie District Much
Greater Than First Reports
Indicated.
h'Mi ml to tin' Kmlle.
Waxahachie, Texas. May 22. Addl
jtioliul reports were received here to- !
day of the ryclotie swept area near
Mills city of which Italy was the cen-
ter. The reports show that at b ast j
a hundred dwellings and barns were i
blown down iind destroyed In the
slot in of lust Friday morning. It was
learned today that the school house
was destroyed and three houses mar
llardwell were wrecked. Three houses
were also destroyed five miles south
of Howard.
PLEAD GUILTY TO MURDER.
Slew One of Own Race and Drew 20
Years In State Penitentiary.
Kl i liil to tin- Ktiair. .
Dallas. Texas. .May 22. Sydney por
ter, colored, plead guilty in the dis
trict court here today to the inuurder
of Jim Hayes, also colored, and was
given a sentence of twenty years lu
th stale penitentiary.
FOR SETTLEMENT
Nearly a Million Acres Thrown Open
In Three States.
Ppeclttl to the Kimlf
Washington, D. ('.. .May 12. Presi
dent Taft today Issued his proclama
tion providing for the opening to en
try and settlement of nearly one mil
lion acres of government land In three
states. The lands are located as fol
lows: Half million acres In Flathead
reservation. Montana; 20u.0(o acres In
Couer de Allene reservation In Idaho,
and loo.ooo acres in Sokane. Wash
ington reservation.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
It. l. I'tsey et al to M. C. Armstrong
by Sheriff deeds. 513-09. 30 810 acres
In M. A. Foster Grant, consideration
$2.".0; 40 acres In J. Martin League,
consideration $.").
W. 1.. I'tsey et al to M. C. Armstrong
by Sheriffs deed. 5-t3-0!. 52 1-3 acres
In M. A. Foster Grant, consideration
130.-..
S. II. Dunlap et al to Kills Conway
.-.5-03. lot 6. block 12.1 In Bryan, con
sideration ft 00.
Wm. Kopjw to B. Kaczer and Co.. by
Sheriffs deed. 5-4 09. acres of
James Hoe league, consideration
$;,nr,ooo.
S. H. Franklin to O. J. Mosely. 31
acrs S. F. Astln Grant. 5-3-09. consid
eration I2S00.00.
A. Scordino to Taul Potalo. 4-29-09,
lot 5. of block 10. consideration 10o0.
P. O. 10 Inches In diameter marked
F. bears S. 2S, K. 24 vrs. Thence
818 vrs. to a stake from which a pe
can 10 Inches In diameter and marked
F. bears N. 10, E. 5 vrs. Thence E.
9."i4 vrs. to a stake for corner. Thence
X. TG 1-2 vrs. to a stake for corner.
Thence E. 3S6 vrs. to a stake on the
W. bank of Navasota P.lver for corner.
Thence up said river with Its meand
ders to the place of beginning, save an
except 91 acres of land, leaving 109
acres of land, more or less.
The above sale to be made by me
to satisfy the above described Judg
ment for Seventy and 4100 Dollars,
in favor of Ferris Press Brick .Com
pany, together with the costs of said
suit, and the proceeds applied to the
Mitlsfji tion thereof.
C. I- BAKER,
Constable Precinct ' No. 4, Bratoi
County, Texas. .
CYCLONE DM.
GOVERNMENT LANDS
OKLAHOMA GRAND
JURY STELL WORKING
First Case Not Made Public Gov.
Haskell Now Under Fire.
;
hMH'lul u 'lie Kaale.
Tulsa. Okla.. May 22.-The Federal
grand jury that Is Investigating the
Muskogee townslte frauds. Is still lag
ging away and resumed the taking of
testimony at 9 o'clock this morning.
The cases now being looked into are
Gov. Haskell's. Turner's and Eaton's.
The Investigation of one rase has been
completed, but the Jury Is keeping se
cret its findings, it any indictment
was found, the fact has not been an
nounced to tin- public. From present
Indications It would seem that the en
tire Investigation will be completed
before any finding are given out. J.
C. Wilkinson of St. Uiuls. was the
first witness called this morning.
PROHIBITION FIGHT
nit ill ni
0
II 111
II ill
Junk Dealers Swear to Multitude of
Empty Bottles tho' County Is Dry.
Sm-i lal l Hie Kuale.
Tjler. Texas, May 22. The prohibi
tion fislit Is on In dead earnest In
Smith county and promises to become
red hot. The anil have brought the
Junk dealers Into the fight and their
affidavits have been taken to show
that half a million empty bottles have
been fathered up In Smith county
within the past three years. This tes
timony Is offered to show that much
wet good are being disposed of not
withstanding the fact the county U
dry. The antls are claiming that pro
hibition Is resKinslble for all ( mil"
and Intoxication. Both sides have Just
fired their first guns.
FOSTERS WEATHER BULLETIN
Washington. D. C May 22. Ust
bulletin gave forecasts of disturbance
to cross continent 22 to 2. warm wavo
25 to 2.". cool wave 24 to 2. The
principal feature of this disturbance
was evpected to be a great rise In
temperature and dr weather! Next
disturbance will reach Pacific ciiai-t
about 2'. cross Pacini slope '' 'lo
of 27. Kreat central valleys 2s to 30.
eHKlern states 31. Warm wave will
cross Pacific slope about 2. great
central valleys 2S, eastern states 30.
Cool wave will cross Pacific slope
about 29, great central valleys 31
eastern status June 2.
This disturbance will cause very
big temperatures and drouth and fol
lowing the storm center a great tall
In temperatures will occur with thun
derstorms and rains. All weather
features will be radical and severe
storms in a few limited localities are
probable.
Next bulletin will give general crop
weather forecast of June, one of the
most Important crop months of the
year. I am expecting a number of
destructive storms during that month
and will give readers of these bulle
tins the best advice possible.
The Comet la Coming.
Much curiosity and excitement will
lie caused next year by the return of
Halley's comet, the largest and most
s-iectacular that ever visited our so
lar system during historic time. As
tronomers cannot tell us the exact
day the comet will cross the earth's
orbit and therefore cannot determine
whether any danger threatens. It Is
not wholly lnioslble for a comet
to greatly Injure the earth and less
Impossible that It might come so close
to the earth that animal and human
health would be Impaired. The chan
ces, however, ar Immensely against
any danger next year from Halley's
comet.
Probabilities are that we will see
In this comet the finest display and
the most wonderful ever witnessed by
many Mople now living. This comet
returns every 7." years and those who
might remember Its last visit must
now be at least 0 years old.
Astronomers are not sure a to Its
form during the coming appearance
as It has frequently changed its av
pcaraucc. It Is the first comet defi
nitely recorded In history, It having
caused great alarm more than 20o0
year ago. Mots- anon atMv.it this
wonderful comet
The Celebrated Imported
German Coach Stallion
Winner 1st prize at Fort Worth Fat Stock Show.
COST $3000.00
Will make the season at Tucker's Livery Stable.
Terms for Insurance 025.00.
Bryan Horse Co.
Stevenson Machine 1&8 Repair JVqrks
GASOLINE ENGINES
PHONE NO. 7 BRYAN, TEXAS
IIKRKICK and GURNKY
REFRIGERATORS
New stock just received Call and ee them In-fore you buy.
W. T. JAMES
1850 1909
The
Manhattan Life Insurance Co.
S. L. B0ATWRIGHT, Agent
Protect Your Clothes I
Have just receiveJ a Fresh Supply of White Tar FlakM, lavender
Camphor. Red Cedar Chips and Moth Balls.
M. H. JAMES druccTst
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GET READY FOR HOT WEATHER
Buy a Hammock and Your
Fishing Tackle at
Haswell's Book Store
Insert in the SOUTHWESTERN
Wh Bcu H It Tis cwp. S
T.ia. Jo H Urt4 will iUin lh ISrl
flif hi IswraiK lth ht tMtirnRsanKuaSd
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, tMlaf iSt toftt it Liu Istursncs
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Try at darini MAY. Wt trill not fool yoa.
Choice Fresh Groceries
Of every kind. Freh Vegetable ever) day. Try our Flour.
Telmo Canned Goods Your Patronage Appreciated.
Sanders Bros.
INSURANCE .
Insure with me. 1 represent the oldest and Best Companies.
Your business given my personal attention and appwiated.
Residence f DHVPTT 0tc
Phone 257 O. H. DU ILI 1 Phone 372
Fire, Tornado, Accident, Plate Glass, Bonds and Live Stock
Watch for Greater Reductions
BIG GROCERY SALE
AI L FRF.&H STOCK
WILL
ETTO 3381
G. D. TUCKER
MANAGER I
S. H. FRANKLIN'S
Meat Markets
(, MMH 30',
Lf Mmtktt fU m
Choicest ft IWef, Pork. Veal, Mutton,
and Sausage. Your trade is appreciated.
in iilliiltltllllMMHtt
LIFE INSURANCE CO., Dallas, Tex
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