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- " MR VAN TEXAS. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 6. 1909 NUMBER 1Z
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i Depo.lt. Total at $36,867,749, An In- I 07
. create of $2,413,007 R i tJ
Trimmings
IN
Jet
Silver Dands
, and
Appliques.
Scitzchs Braid in all
Cc!:rs
C:zcns of cth:r
Effects in l!ewest
Trinr.ir.g Novelties
. In Our
MILLINERY
Department
We ere Shewing
z the l!ew Shapes
and Shades
Call and view the
assortment.
nothing please
Just received:
we ve ever had,
Mince Meat in bulk and package. Its the
Phone 23 or ISO
HOWELL & NEWTON
INCORPORATED
iR II I I II twlal to (he Kajcli. I
n il II I VV Austin, Texas, Oct. 6. A condemn?!
POCC III II -T . ; v I II statement 'showing tho financial con-
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HI j II "Oh! Thou Mmct net. II shortage of crop la taken into consld- B f
I II 111 ... f t 1 .I..-,. nuttut lik-A II
Whin the children come in Irum kwhh ... v.
good mince pie. anJ it's fine in the lunch. too. Just received:
SKI!
dltlon of 435 state banks and 49 trust
companies, at the clone of business
September 1. was given out.yesterday
by the department or Insurance ana
blinking which ahows a lurprislngiy
fine condition, when the apparent
shortage of crops Is taken Into consld
oration.
The statement showa the various
kinds of depo.lts to be $36.8G7.749
which la an Incr se of $2,413,007 over
tho last statement isiued June 23.
Of this increase fl.81S.989 la of In
dividual dffMislts aubject to check. It
also showa the total reserve of 47 3-10
per cent In demand deposits. In cash
and with other banks, and 12 2 10 per
cent of the demand deposits in actual
cash In the banka.
Bsmh
Will continue to give to our patrons the same service
txen so satisfactory in the past.
W:.k A 1- D i r r I
"it" tuipt ucauuim, auiig i.jjciiciicc a nil
Thorough Knowledge of Condition!, we feel that
w mr
we are in position to serve you to your odvantage.
DOG AND PONY SHOW COMING.
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GOPEIIHAGEH
TO
GET PROOF FIRST
Bends a Cable Stralohtenino,
Out Tangle.
HpcclaJ to the KU.
Coenhagen. Oct. S.-Pruf. Trp.
rector of the university bere. has re
ceived the following cable from Ir.
Cook:
"Press reKrts Incorrect. My ree-
ors go to yon first.
'Signed. Frederic k A. Cook."
Dr. Cook, after hla lecture In Halt I-
more last evening cxplaln.d that Im
mediately after they had Ix-en exam
ined bv the Cnlverslty of Coenlingen
duplicate copies of hla record would
m submitted to all geographical soil
ii r tii.. world nnd to any other
scientific IwHly desiring them.
S5.0Q0.Q00 V'iAS
OFFERED FOR H0I.1E
Morgan Is After Historical Old World
Palace.
DEATH OF C. BETHEA SR.
Another Shipment
Ladies' and
Pisses.
Skirts.
(Ht-ul to Hi tU.fc'If.
Venice. Oct. 6 J. I. Morgan la
said to have expressed a desire to pur
chase the Reggie at Menteau. former
ly known a the forte Iteale, one of
the most famous royal residences In
all Kurot"'.
Mr. Morgan Ii said to have offer
$.',.000,000 for this magnificent and a
dent structure, a fabulous fortune In
m .
this country, but ttw government holds
Keggle s one of the Kingdom's rim
umnnts and relics, mi it was lmiJ-iT
ble to cept the Americana off
COTTON SPINNERS
HOLDING
"SESSION
Our
' Stock is
Comlete
The Gentry's Will be in Bryan Next
Tuesday and the Hearts of the
Children are Glad.
The amusement lovers of Ury
know the Gentry Shows. It la enoug
m (-rent Immediate Interest to ai
nounce that this great exhibition, wit
ita wonderfully educated animal
rat feature acta and beautiful atn
.arad.- wrtl exhibit In Bryan for t
iierformanci-a. afternoon and night
ioxt Tuesday.
I While Gentry Uros. have been visit
; liia ihla city for 20 years, always pre
senting a "tip-top" clean and whole
some exhibition. It will be news to
their matrons to learn that the exhi
bition which they will offer on next
TuvMtlav Is somewhat different from
the (..ntry show which has been ae-B
here In I tie past. Animal aciura u
nere in mi i 1 tbp army from Alabama In
longer IIIOIIUlKlle mr mvi ui
Square
Absolute
Deal U&
Security.
G. S. PACKER. Pres. L II. 4Sirj,rr.
A. V. VAKEBSC3, It:?.?
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J.II.CGLE J.K.P.OER J. 17. EtillC.'
Was Father of County Attorney Bath
es and Prominent East Teaas
Citixen.
Itelatlvea and friends In this city
were apprised by wire yesterday of
the death of Mr. C. IMhea Sr. at his
borne at Livingston at 7 o'clock on
Monday afternoon, after a long Illness.
Mi was the father of County Attorney
lamar Detbea -of thia city who with
hla wife were with his father at the
time of hla death.
Mr. Itethea was born at Fayette vllle.
(Ja., May 14th, 1S3B, and waa raised In
Georgia and Alabama. He enlisted In
Company
exclusion of all ottier una oi acxi'ij . . ...
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NOTICE.
Sealed hida fnr h tmlMlnv nf -
el'y ball for the city of Bryan, acced
ing to plana ana specifications now o
file at the City Secretary's of?lce, x'Sl
Be received up to 3 p. m. or the- 1: JJ
day of Octob.T. 1909. The Cltv Ccra-
cll of the City of Bryan reserve tte
right to reject any and.all bids.
J. D. Hines. City See.
AT THE TENT THEATER.
the foundation upon which the show is
built, but In addition there will be
teen a number of high class circus i
Jacta which not only enables the nian-j
; HRcment to preaent a more diversified
Seven Foreign Countries are Repre-
aented at Frankfort Meet.
SHftlil 10 til K-KU'-
Fiatikfort, Germany. tH-t. .-Th
internutlonnl -onferen-- of cotton
flnnera opened here yesterday. The
discussions relate wholly to the crisis
In the cot ten and textile trades
brought aliout throuRh the overproduc
tion and the necessity of Its limitation
by means of International agreement
ax to shortening the workmen's hours.
Definite proiionals will be taken up
at tomorrow's sessions.
Germany France. Italy. Austria. Bel-
glum. Portugal and Holland are wen
represented In the conference.
lint which frees the show
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'from sameness and similarity, and at
The crowd that ventured forth to the same time adds greatly to the ring
the Tent Theater lat night saw the iwrformance a an entertainment.
beat play as yet presented by this pop-, The time has also come, in tne o p in
ula r Mimiiuiiv "The Demon's Power"! ion of the Gentry Bros., for all big
r .v nj,..t ......IS itvui-l . luy i-nt uhnwa to I ni prove men
II. tim- 111 111." ---
. .. .. ... ,i i ..B,.h ninml iiru.i itarmie. hlih Ir. after all.
iirnfiir-u 111 wui "v ...... , . .
..' ..nn,.,i.nv handled thlr rel i.rcttv fa r itldcX It to tne nurn
M'i'ctlvo roles In a manner that provet-land quality of the performance, and j
them to be A. No. 1 artists. ThoeVhelr street pageant this season, while j
that missed this grand perfortnanc' illl a nilnature atiair. is sma o
have something to regret. Tonight one of the handsomest on wheel
they preseut the pley they presented
Vna Cavalry under General Joe Whee-
lr and arved with distinction in this
oinmand throughout the remainder
if the war.
Ho mnvett Jo Texas from Matties
liurg. Miss.. Jan. lst.'lHS" and settled
in Tyler county. In 1S91 he removed
to Polk counly and resided there un
til his death.
He was a prominent citizen of East
Texai and left bis Impress on the pub
lic affairs of that section of the state.
He leavea a wife and two aona and
ne sten son. vlx: ljtmar Kethea of
.Hla city. Cade Bet hea of UvlngBton
id J. W. Ball of Livingston.
He was laid to rekt at 1 o'clock
Tueidjiy afternoon in Fort-st Hill cem
t-u-ry. In IJvlngston.
2 weks ago, that beautiful story of
home llf. "Mr. Jim Bailey." Thi
production wa promiunred by the
large audience that witnessed it as
being the best play ever present d in
Bryan. It l of the sweetest heart-
tnuchlng storlea ever told so lion t
fall to see the greatest of all plays
Mr. Jim Bailey tonight. Tomorrow
night the feature play of the week.
"The Mysterious Miss Crelghton."
a society drama In 4 acta. It la a
very beautiful story, well told and ev
everyone will enjoy It. On this occa
sion Mrs. Ilarrlwn will wear her beau
A THOUGHTFUL ACT.
Bihho'p Scth Ward, who died recent
ly in Japan, left hla personal financial
affairs complicated by an Indebted
ness of approximately $4,000. chiefly
uiti hi home in Houston. This fact
came as a surprise to many friends
who know how simply the Bishop
and hla family had always lived, and
now known to be due to his extreme
generosity. Some of the Bishop's
Jmost intimate friends end admirers in
Houston are ot the head of a niove-
i.. -lu, a fund with which to
lit' III B.U lUini. w - -
PATENTS ISSUED TO TEXANS.
its c::j
iCLlCuFu
0
VI,
tlfnl $;.'0 World Fair Gown and ttw ,,ay of( the whole of the Indebtedness
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senlc effect for this production are
great
HAfiHCR
During the cik.1 dayi the mind naturally turn to
Oyrters, Roasts, Etc.. and they in turn suecet
Fish,
Sauces..
c .1... n.iresnd healthv Sauces that aid diccstton
oiu.in ail - . . .
and lend that rich flavor and appetixine odor to all meat,
makine it a pleasure to live and enjoy eatine.
Richelieu Oyster Cocktail Sauce
before the remains reach home which
will be about Oct. 20th. While a few
wealthy personal friend might lift
this burden from the widows should
ers. it is preferred that the amount
shall be raise.! by the free-will offer
ings of the boat of personal friends
In the Bishop's native state
Rov. Thomas II. Morris, pastor of
the Methodlct church In Bryan, will
receive contrlbutlona for thi section.
and he requests all who desire to eon
trihute any sum. large or small, to
do ho immediately.
Schley & Dai patent attorneys of
nit Main street Dnlbis. Texas, an
nounce the tsfuance of the following
patents to Texans for the eek end
ing Oct. 2:
S. L. Blake. Paducah. pi puller
and holder.
J. T. Fan-ell. Houston, switch stand.
P. A. Guenzel. Bartlett. balling pres.
G. P. Humphries. Commerce, ad
justable stand support for mirrors.
R. F. Krelter. assigner to M. E.
Layne. Houston, check valve.
W. II. O Bannon & J. M. Field. San
Antonio, said Field assignor to said
O Bannon. spring motor.
R. R. Snowden. Houston, dry aepa-
rator.
W. W. Sands. San Angclo. power
ejector.
J. H. Van Zandt & V. E, Thacber.
Ft. Worth, flushing cistern for closet
bowls.
J. R. White. Scrogglns. vehicle coup
ling.
M. 8. Wood. Lufkin, fire escape.
TO THE LADIES OF BRYAN.
1 just the one you ire lookine for. It is
hand-picked tomatoes and pure spice. I ry
will enjoy it. For sale only by
made of ripe
a bottle you
s ,1
Bros..
I take pleasure In announcing to
the ladles of Bryan and vtilnlty that
I have arranged to represent the Mla-
trot-Munn Company of Houston, in
Bryan. Orders will be taken for tho
very latest In all ladles wearables,
J adhering strictly to the correct things
In material, in color and style. Sam
tiles are now ready and you are Invl
ted to call at my home, residence of
t p norett. and see them. AH or-
iters will be appreciated and will re
ceive prompt attention.
Mrs. Edna Knox,
261 Agent Mlstrot-Munn Co
Is a constant worry to the busy
housewife. I-et us help
you by sugzestine
the following:
Bottled Picklesall sort.
Barrel Pickles, sour, 3 doz. 2c
" " Dills 2 " 25c
" " Manjoes 1 " S3c
" Sweet Mixed, qt. 25c
Kraut, 6 pounds 25c
" Mackerel. 2 and 3 for 25c
Bottled Olives, Man7anell 50c
Queen . - 25c
Hot Relish ...25c
Prepared Mustard 10c, 15c. 25c
Macaroni. Cheese
Cranberries
Fruits
and
Vegetable.
Ik-sides the above list we have
everything in Staple and Fancy
GROCERIES
ar.d will appreciate your trade.
Sanders Drco.
Sellers of Bulte's Kicelience
Flour and Tel mo CannedGoods
iHiiiiiHiiiiiii iMMtit HiiHiim;;::
X fm.m m swetA ThcbcstGroccrics money
I YOU UU OXVL can buy. We have them.
I Vnffx Them'as cheap as they can
I v ou want t u s0id.2weaot.
Give usla call
i C. E. Bullock & 6.
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