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hi Wtmn and Pilot BRYAN TEXAS FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 12, 1909. NUMBER 281 Rl E EM U 1 tUlLIVKri'MUKmg. I , i ...mi - . . a...a.aa. A&lAMAftflA I ja aja aaaaajaaaaaaaTaTaTalaTJaTaYaaMaaaaTalaaaa-alaaaraaaTaalaaaaa i in m THIS WEEK AT WAGNER'S 10 PIECES m Worth 50c Yard on sale at 25c. 100 FIECES (HI In light and dark patterns, per yard 10c. m Cherry Pie! Hate you had one lately? THE NI-'W I ROLY POLY CHERRIES, Just Received Are delicious, luscioui and temptine. The can is full , of choicest, pitted, red ripe cherries. They make a pic eijual to fresh fruit. TRY THEM. Phonti 23 and 150 Howell & Newton, Inc. 1 FARMERS FO GAMES A. and M. Victory at Houston Baa lihed Last Fear of Defeat. termination, gull-d by reason, never falls." . Agricultural and MiVhanlcal is now convinced -that the streak of lad luck haa disapeared. THE BEAUMONT I Wedding of Two Prominent Young Folks Wednesday Afternoon. The wedding of. Mr. John William Sullivan, former county attorney and a prominent lawjer of Denton, to .!in Marie Beatrice Adams, former ly of llryan. took place at 1 o'clock Vcdnenday afternoon at the home of j Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey U Hanks, sis ! ter of the bride. The ceremony was !witr.es-d by more that! a hundred ! friends and relatives of the contract ling parties. Including several out-of- town RU'MtS. Probably more than usual Interest was diHilael In the wedding, both partlen having muny friends. Mr. Sullivan having resided In Denton a number of years and Miss Adams, l..,.. n,.ver hnvi.. railed Denton . IMiU. - - - 'ber home, has been a frequent vlHltor, , during which tlm she has made many jfrl-nds. I Thf guets were met at the door jby Miss Anna Hanks and were re celvej in the parlor by Mr. and Mrs. 'A. U Hanks. Mr. and Mrs. .ecrg? !At):.mK. snd Mrs. li ters, after which they were nerved punch In the Horary agisted by Jir. E know your businc wants and MM T iney were inim ." by M'ss Kthel Allen, i William Hanks. College Station. Texas. November i;.Tbe next big f.mtball game In Texas will be that between the Agri cultural and Mechanical college of Tmh and the Oklahoma team, which I is to be played In Dallas November ilTth. So far the Agricultural and Mechan ItlU college has not been defi-ated this ! season. The only game which was J not a victory was with the Texas ! Christian University, which was a tie game. The College boys are Jubilant I over the auccens they, have bad. and :tbey are counting on good renults at ' both the game In Dallas November 17 and Austin Thanksgiving day, when (they elose the season with the game i with the University, j The college has received many con era t u I at ion s. Colonel M liner has re ceived a telegram from Judge A. Hal- riuitek of Ijl Grange, a member of the board of directors of the college, who says: "Congratulate the boys. Am proud of their victory. It Indicate that de- Bryan's 110X00 Home at Mission Nearing Completion. We want your business. Every matter, large or small, entrusted to us receives our careful, confidential attention. . TCn (rsHgrSoomigiO J n KIHOHA OUTIHG Hew Line Hew Patterns 10c mm money.. 1 i stm k mi account t IT T-04Y. VESTlttAY IS Cttf . Kttci li Ike Uil ecus prelccil.i It iti 5r 11113. II Is gesr primes c iti itr srj. u soucit vets HS1MSS The wedding ceremony was per- . i ,.riiir one end of . iirni-u in I, which was completely covered with ' Ivlne. forming ft simple but most ef 'te.tlve ba.kground. The library and hall were artistically decorated in Special to the Eai. 'autumn vines and berries and fall Heaumont. Texas. Nov. 1 . Act ord-' rn lo rnrlch the scene, while the i . f r i-rttr, a nromlnelit rnrim bore great CUt-glBSS VS- IIIK " ll...f. w - UlWHB - - .11 .... hi. mriMiui white and pina nurwryman or McAiien. lexas, nu e riimuinthemums. Is s,t,dlng a few days nere. fm he w.clon WM Jennings llryan exacts to s.iend a fi(t)n(t prt,ud,. to the nuptials of wek or two the early part of next yUM Adams, herself an accomplished month at bis farm near Mission. Tx- musician. Mrs. Adams sang most as. on which Mr. flriffing Is Just now beautifully Ie's CWton. AW- ., '.ord with Mrs. f has. Saunders at me completing the construction of a nd vlf)n oMiBato by Arthur OoO cottage for the distinguished N: w y 'nr. The approach of the wed braskan. Iding ,rty was announced with lx- Mr. Hryans farm Is located on the hpngrlns' "Wedding Chorus" Rev. Dr. Klo Gran-e something Hke 7. mile.'Hut.er of Auntin u .jrtatlM of the U,ve Hrownsville and Is said to 1-, .nd groom fol upeclally adapted to pecan culture. trnded by two dainty misses. Mr. Crilfing Is here for the purpose Marle HnnWs and Ermine KlrkpatricK of iv-nlson. The ring ceremony uw-d ftnd beautifully delivered and Nevin's "Venetian Ive Song" seem-,"-d a singularly appropriate accompan Itnent. after which Mdel sshon . wedding march was given. After eon- .he cuests were asked V register In the wedding book, presided 0Ver by Qulnlnn Adams, the youngest brother of the bride. An elaboie ,d dellclcus twoK-ourae luncheon . M "rved and the guest, were asked to lew the gm. whlclt were both numer- ous and gorgeous. The bride wore ter . . - - iai.ri clotn tail- fown. a nanusoiu- - -- Ld suit, colonial beaver bat. and rar- Z "f chr5rMTb'Tn The groom wore the formal rnor. attire of Prlnw n e.i .f buying some nursery atock. SILK BAND TRIM WINGS In all shades V'e Carry the Stock IFikt State too .AND TRUST CC,"?ANV HVll. nus. ( CAPITAL $50,009 SURPLUS SI0,CC0 40 DAYS OLD $110,000 DEPOSITS u Mr. G. S. PARKER, Pres. E. H. ASTIII.Vics-Pres. A. 7. WILKERSOII, C2shi:r L7.CriEIISIIAW,Ass'tIC::h::r J. II. COLE J. K. PARKER J.17.0E3 ROBBERS HT ARNOLD ,We axe always In th marked for seed cotton and cotton geed. Bound balea today 14 1-4 bails middling I have both round And Quar pra bring m your glnnlcg. S. IL Dnn LADIES: I '10 A.J.V7AGI1ER & CO. i n i&J Ve have been ver- fortunate in Retting in our Fall (JooJ o early ar.J in such nice condition ar.J have to otfer you fresh during Novemlwr. A CAR OF AMERICAN BEAUTY FLOUR New crop Nuts of all kinds. New Grin, Oat Meal. 15rcakf..st Foods of all kinds. DrieJ Fruits of all kind?, Orsnitc, l-emon Peel and Ciron, and our shelves are full of new Canned (Joods and Pukles Oar Cukes and Cracker are received weekly by express and our coffee co ncs in each w eck by fre cht. Our fruits and veg. table come in daily. ask you tor your November Account as we know J3 we have the nicsit to be had to offer you ; We ftftff Bell Bros. T4 Wetont trousers. - . . r.tnwn ruests were. Mr". Un T.,ley of Mrj. C. Roger, of Pcnlson. Mr nd Mr. . .-i.k and cnnu Caul Nirni-".."- f w,n. Mr. nd Mrs. orge Qulnlan Adams or nr,- - Hardy of Austin. ... si- Sullivan left on the sir. aii" . . k 3::.0 train for a 2 will include New Oriean. "--- home in Kentucky. TW- home after Dee. 15 on .onn " ,ienton Texas-ivnton R-ord and Chronicle. Hrvan Is the birth piace ..u . . home of Mis. Adams. Here she gn w t(, n rra'-'-o'" and ccarm.nn : 4 nn,! ns the rears s.i.le'J away.'by her tender, sympath-.l and con'l. .!!.-. ' ire. on ner w., .. the .-' V-l Pr'" of fn- No girl ovh retired here had were rr .. more cer.uln.ly rn;.r ir t nil . ' . i s I,.. sa t! cWte.1. re,,l loved ner ior worth, for she combined the many pra- f . . harming H-rsolialIty. ll.e ele- -ant I'." of culture and refln. n.ent. iim... .turdv traits of character svhkh go to make the highest and m n. ivue of womanhiHd. New' that she has gone on: trom rmoiig her old time frierds to reign the que. n cf her own home in r dis tant city, .he yrri.-s Uh her the '..ir.cs and Km dictions of all. ATTENTION W. O. W. Regular meeting tonight at 8 0') ,,Vlo,k. A good attendance Is de sired. T. A. Patterwhlte, C C. Blow ftafeAWith Dynamitt and Secure 13.000. Three Robberiea thib Week. Special t the Esgls Waco. Texas. Nov. ll.-Three rob- b rs blew the safe of the State Bank of Hen Arnold at 2 yesterday morning and secured $3,000. The explosion was heard by ettitens who ran out and exchanged a doxen shots. No one was hurt. Tk. mMnri cut the telephone wires and stole the telegraph key before be ginning operations. Uiter details Indicate there were five robbers, as they went to the house of an old negro Just before dyn amiting the safe and had him to make ndlne the negro io pus w.v... j out bis lamp which he started to light The robbers were on fool msieaa of In automobiles. Eight, hundred dol lars of the money was In silver and of the greenbacks several are fiv dollar bills which had the ends blown off by the explosion, some of these being picked tip later. They secured 200 In all It Is now said. This Is the third safe blowing In this vicinity since Monday night. The officers believe all the robberies were committed by the same gang, and the fact that no arrests have yet been made shows their systematic opera tions to tie the work of experts. The taut safe blowing In McLennan county was effected yesterday morn ing a Rlesel when the postoffice safe was cracked in the store or H. M. Ains worth and $".00 secured. A safe In the lxrena Mercantile romnnnv's store at Iirena, this coun ty, was blown Tuesday nnd U was stolen. W aaW a W Our store is the home of Good Groceries and it is a pleasure for us to assist the busy house-keeper in solving the problems of her table. 1 Fresh California Dried Fruits of all kinds Fruit Cake Ingredients Pickles Sweet, Sour. Manzods, Dill Pickles (n barrels Bottled Goods of all descriptions Jams, Preserves Jellies and FOOTBALL AT COLLEGE ROW. TOWOR- The citizens of llryan are to have the pleasure of witnessing another game of football at the A. and M. Col- hofore tho season closes. 1 ne game will le between the Holy Trin- itr College of Dallas and A. and .m. tomorrow aXtornoon beginning at 4 o'clock. The Dallas team Is said to be a good one and lovers of the sHrt will have the pleasure of witnessing a flue exhibition of the came that is at present all the rage. Admission 50 cents. Fresh Oatmeal, Grits, and Breakfast Foods of alt kinds Bates Excellence Hour Sanders Bros. Sellers ot Telmo Canned Goods , The Old Reliable Singer Sewing Ms ; s,ild for cai.h or on small monthly payments. Also nee.lles. oil, ' vi.. n,i extras for all makes of sew i ng machines. T. A. Satterwhlte sales- jman and collector. Singer newing m i chine Co. Thone ".35. tl POPULAR RATES Via I. C. N. R. R. Account San Ant nlo International Fair. Season Kxcurslon tickets on sale Nor. 5 to 16, and tralnr arriving morn in 17th. Limit for return Nov. lSlh. Poniilar excursion ratea In effect for special days. For Information call on. or writ D. C. DeMaretL ' TtVo ArnntL L t O. N. H R. - New Tin Shop N.:is Bros, have purchased the tools and equipment of Otto Gerke, snd have put in an up-to-date t;n shop of their own in connection with their Hardware Store. Mr. Cjerke, who is one of the best tinners that ever worked in Bryan, is in charge. Parties needing tin work of any kind call it Noto Bros.' Hardware Store and it will be done promptly and cheap TJoto Broo.