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FOURTEKNTIJ YKAX.
BRYAN TEXAS DAY 'AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 16,1909.
NUMBER V)S
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Heather-.
00
Tour's Fish, Brand
SlickerS
00
Slicker Suits
Rubber Boots
Al
so
A complete line of
Ladies' Men's, Misses'
and Children's .
Coats
, Get Our Price btfore
vou buy
00
Boy's
Slickers
Jusi Received
00
17s ferry St:ck
RASHER
tfCO.
Ruin
A fresh shipment
Nunnally's
Just received by c.tpr.-ss.
The purest and finest
candies made
".None like NunnallyV
Try the Chocofat Cherries and Chocolate Brazil
Phones
23ard 150
Howell
F
IS GOINC BU;iD
Confinmtnt Ttlla Seriously Upon Col.
1
Aba Rtuf.
FpcJal to the Zajils.
f
Bin Franrlaro, Nov. U. Abe Keuf,
formes, political Jeader of San Fran
cisco, la threatened lth total blind
ness and deafness? An operation will
be performed on tils eyes Wednesday.
Reuf ha been In the county JaII for
a little more than a year pending ap
ical of hta case to a higher court. -
y attributes hi affliction to lark
of exercise.
POSSUMS CAUGHT AT COMPRESS.
- far'' - r -r-
The bight Vatrbman at the cotton
compress was surprised ( to find an
oposnum In the office one night re
cently. It was raptured and atrap
set, and soon three others bad been
can lit. The family had been tiring
utulT the platform. The varments
are in a rage at the compress, and can
bV seen at any time by the curious.
tl IT Tt) BM. USUHjpS CSK.
K::cj li lie n:k ctiis rr!ecl!i u 5:1 t:l $::r
lsi:i. II Is g::r irtvllcje iti x:rtz.
W SOLICIT VOIR 6LSIM3S
m mi Hapi:i
AND ICilSISCCPANV
' ' HHVluii. '
' . . V -'i (
(11 1 M ((C. .;ir.PHS SID.CC0
40 DAYS CID 111 0,CC0 tfFOSITS
Luxuries That Have Become SUple .
t
Sinder's Pork arid Deans
. In 1 and 2 pound cans
They are purt wholesome, nutrition anJ eco
nomical. Have some, put in yonr next orJer
BELL BROS.:
PHONES III 1 179. THE QUAUTT GROCERS
tXM
& Newton, Inc.
COST 555,040
Hausten Concern Paid That Sum to
State of Ttaaa. '
FfcM to thi Easts.
'
Austin, Teak. Nor. 16. The X-
tlonal lilsrult Company of New Jersey
ytaterdajr aid Into the state depart
ment ?..",40 filing fee for a nee' iter
mlt to do business In Texaw for the
next ton years.
; This la the largest fee ever paid by
any corporation to do business in
Texas.
This was paid on a total capital of
$5..OO0.OOO. Headquarters of the com
pany In TejfM is it Houston.
The permit of the company has just
'es)lr(d.
NOTICE WOODMEN.
Everybody Invited to a Woodmen
rslly at Reliance on Thanksgiving day
Riven by the Woodmen, of the World
and the Woodmen Circle of Reliance.
Everybody come and brlpg a well fll
led basket. ;
John W. Hk-Jr,-'Con.
'Com.
' '
HASKELL MUST
- STAND TRIAL
COURT OVERRULES DEMURRERS
. IN TOWN LOT FRAUD CASE
HARD FIGHT MADE
Oklahoma Parties Doing Everything
Possible to Stave Off Hearing '
On Facta In Case.
Special to (be Eagle.
Chlckasha, Ok, Nor. 16 Great In
terest centered around the United
Sates district court here yesterday
because of tbe announcement that
Federal Judge Marshal! would hand
down a declalon on the demurrer filed
by Haskell and five other prominent
Oklahomans to- indictments charging
them with fraudulently obtaining ti
tles from tbe government to hundreds
of town lota In Muskogee.
The decision will determine whether
or not the defendants who fought ev
ery etep In tbe case, will finally go to
trial.
Judge Marshall overruled the de
murrers. . '
Counsel for the defendants entered
exceptions to tbe court's ruling and
announced that further motions would
be filed. The defendanta were order
ed to appear before Jodge Marshall
next Saturday and plead guilty or not
mllty.
STOCK; LAW ELECTION.
The State of Texas, County of Braxos:
WheTeas, on the Ihh day of Novem
bee r.K'.i. a petition was presented to
the Commissioners Court of Hrarrm
County. Texas.Tor an election In the
hereinafter described autHllvlslon of
Hratos Cunty, Texas,. to determine,
whether or not horses, mules, jacks.
Jennets and rattle, should be permit
ted to run at large In said sub-dlvlslon
said petition, having the requisite
number of signatures of freeholders,
property taxpaylng voters of said sub
division and being In every respect. In
conformity with law was granted, by
the Commissioners .Court of Braxos
county, Texas. '
Now. therefore. I, A. G. Hoard. In
my capacity as County Judge of Hra
ios County, Texas, do hereby order
that an election be held on th'e 20th
day of December. 1K01". In Hraios
County. Texas. In the following 'de
scribed sub-dlvlslon of said county, to
wit: .
. Itcglnfiing at a oint on the north
east lioundary line of the rltjt of Hryan
here the MadlsoBvllle public road In
tersect said boundary IJjie: thence In
an easterly direction with said Madison
v lie public road to the town of Kurten
In Hraios County, Texas; thence In a
north westerly direction along the
Kurten and Whetlock public road to
the Old San Antonio public road, same
being the dividing line between Hraios,
and Roliertson Counties; thence Irus
westerly direction with said San Anto
nio road to the track of the Houston
Texas Central railroad; thence
south with said railroad to the boun
dary line of the city of Hryan. Texas;
thence with said boundary line of
said city af Hryan to the place of be
ginning. To-dctermlne whether or not horse,
mules. Jarks. Jennets, and rattle, shall
be permitted to run at large In said
IjUibdivNon, aald election to be held
at Tabor.' "Texas. In Joln"TWV' "sT
same belcf In said subdivision and
John Wilcox Is hereby appointed pre -
siding officer' for said election, and be
shall select two judges and two clerks
to assist him In holding, said election
and make his returns thereof to the
I County 'Judge within ten days after
i said election has been held.
i" 'All persona w ho are legally quali
fied voters of4be State and of this
count)-, and reside In the sub-dlvlslon
herein named, and are freeholder
shall be entitled to vote In said elec
tion. I The ballots of aald election aball
jhave written or printed thereon the
I following
For The Stock Iaw
Against The Stock U
Dated this tbe lfith dny of Novem
ber. 1!09. .
A. G. HOARD,
County Judge Hraros County, Texas,
dl w8 .
K. OF P. NOTICE.
Regular meeting tonight. Work In
second and third degrees. All mem
ber are urged to attend. ,
W. It. BelL C. C,
lid e know
wants
. and '. '
W b want your businoss.
Every matter, large or small, entrusted to us
receives our careful, confidential attention.
Btmli
6. S. PAHXEH, Pres. . L II. f.STO,ViPra.
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.. :t1V.Cntow.tat5rf ....
J. II. CCLE J. K. FJbEB..'. J.,7. !lOd
THE POOR LITTLE FELLOW WHAT
HASN'T NO MA
They lend Win their pencils and give
him a bite
Of apple, and help hlra to do bis sums
right;
Tbey let him be -driver." and allui
declare
He ought to be given the heaplngest
-1
hare; - .
There
kind when he's fretful, and
pl-aslng and sweet
And tbey say when you ask them,
with whispers of awe
"lie's the poor little fellow -what
haunt no ma."
Thf flrls even pet him and wont
spell hlra down
When the word Is a whopper and
makes 'em all frown
And stumble and mumble. Just tryln'
their best
To let him remember It first Tore the
. rest;
He wins all the marbles, and dont
have to fight.
And seems to be havln' a life of de
light, - ,
Because- It's the code of the school
children law
th the poor tittle fellow what
hasn't no Ma. .
He rets the best pickles and has the;
' most fun
Just llvln' a life of contentment and
sun. "
w(tn everyone tryln''the best tbey
ran
To make U all up te Mm, ere's he's
a man.
What he'smlssln" and missln' Tom
day unto day
Not bavin no mother to go to Turn
play. '.
Ner kneel to at nighttime, just
only a Pa
The poor little 'fellow wtiafj hasn't
no Ma! ' 'J
They tie up his shoestrings and lend
hlra their knife.'
And the girl they call Susie saya he's
4 - , ner h0le life;
And he gets lots of llvln' where'er
he may roam
Jast to, Make up the lovln' he's miss
In at home:
That is If a love can be made hair
as aweet .
As a boy's mower gives when . he
comes from the street
All weary 'and hungryIord help
us to draw
Itlght up to. the feller what hasnt
no Ma!
The Henutown Bard in the Balti
more Sun. .
ATTENTION OWLS,
There will be a regular meeting at
S o'clock tonight. Members re urged
to attend. Election of officers and
Important business. Root. Smith.. Sec.
Miss Bessie Scale den lit to an
nounc that tbe meeting of the IUcbe
lor Girls has been postponed from
Wednesday afternoon until FTlday af -
ternooa on account of the Inclement
weather. . . 4 f
your busincs
00
TEd .
aiiDOiniaD
We are always Is the market for
seed cotton and cotton seed. - Roond
bales today 14 1-4 baslf middling I
hare both round and square ptess
bring me yocr ginning, a IL Dun
kP. tf .
T-W C''"'"
ha. .MhvilJi
Our store i the home of
Good Groceries and it is
a pleasure for us to assist
the buy house-keeper in
f solvinu the problems of her
table.
We lb?
Fresh California Dried
fruit of all kinds '
Fruit Cake IncreJienr
Pickles SvA?et, Sour,
Maneoes, Dill Pickles
(i) barrel
Bottled Goods of all
description
Jam,
Preserve
Jellies
and
Fresh Oatmeal, Gnu,-,
and Breakfast Food
of all kinds
Bute Excellence Flour
Sanders Dros.
Sellers ol Telmo Canned Goods
Mew Tin Chop
Noto Bros, have purchased tie
tools and equipment of Otto Gerke.
and have put in an up-to-date tin
hop of their own in connection with
their Hardware Store. Mr. Gerke
who is one of the best tinner that
ever worked in Bryan, it i charKe.
Parties needmc tin work of ny kind
call at Noto Bros.' Hardware Store and
ii.wui oeaone ; promptly ,nd cheap
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fJoto Croc.
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