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m nam Ci:r.lSTMAS HOLIDAYS To Points in the Southeast, Kansas City, St. Ixuis and Chicago via II. & T. C. Rsilvyay On sale Dec. 18. 19 an J 20, 1909. Return Limit January 16. 1910. For lkh 4 tufltiw Intnnnitlon. ll o At ! IS M. T. C. Klln4 Of lirt T. J. ANnmsoN. Cm. Afrnt. Hwmi. Ttu i A Tan Yi t' Penance. It la happily seldom that the revenge J of a disappointed husband take o,ulte aucb an extreme form aa In the case of the man whose will ran tbua: Vbeu I remember that the only happy time I ever enjoyed were wbeu uijr wife Bulked with me. am) wbeu I reoioni ber that my married life might, for thl reason. Ix considered to have been fairly hnppjr one bcaue abe waa nearly alwaya sulking. I am constrain ed to forjret the repulsion the conten plation of her face Inspired me wit and lea re her the eutn of 00.000 on eoudltion that ahe undertake to pasa two hours a day at my graveside fn the ten year following my decease. In company wltb ber sister, whom I bare reaaou to know abe loathea worse than abe doe mjself." London Tit Hit. The Best Gift You Can Give We ai prepared to delivet your ( CHRISTMAS PICTURES We will not diappoinl V0" Come, in now and let u make your kitting Smith Bros. Sludio J. B. HlriES Jill Ifais of KlSUluMICE :. ' TiNpnm 16r Upstairs in the Parker.Uuitding Didn't Like the Walk. A uortb country pitman wont with bia wife one Saturday night to do a little ahoppiug. They Tin I ted a liirg? draper- establishment, ami the oIhk- qulous ahopwnlker. baring ascertain ed tbelr requirements, said to the cou pie politely. "Will you please walk I bit way?" liut unfortunately he walked rery In me. "No. mlstor, aui hi the pit inn n. ulrror ber wuuked that way. an" Ait'm not gannln le try!"-london Scraps. Not Dtceivad. "Never In my life bare 1 deceived my wife " Same here. Mini only pretends believe the ynrii-t I tell."-l.ouivli:i '"otirler J uriiitl. .':' J. W. 8ATT9 N REAL ESTATE AGENT Office In Taliaferro Bulldlnc. Oppoalte Court Iiouae. I'bone 37 Have In office the only aet of Abstract Book a of Brazos County Land tit lea FOR SALE 30 Acres fronting on College road. 4 Acre orchard and one of the best tanks in the county, well stocked with fish. Price $900.00. OR. ALG.E BENBOVY. 01 NT 1ST OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK. WOMEN'S WO.I&. i Bryan Women are Finding Relief at Last It doe -eer& thnt women have more than a fair share of the achea and pains tl.ut effect humanity; they iiiuht keep up." must atteud to duties lu spite of c-Mlautly aching hacks, or headaches, dizzy spells, bearing Jowu jaina; the mut stoop over, when, to stoop means torture. They m in, t walk and bend and work with racking pain 'and many aches from kilney II'k. , Kidneys mum? mere suf fering than .any other orgisn of the body. Keep the k.ldueys well and u reu.fUy fur YlJncys only that helps and cures the kidneys and Is endor sed by people you know. Mrs. H. F. Wiley. Hryau. Teias, savs: "1 am sure that a trial will con vince anyone of the merit of IHian'i !vldn?y VW.il Woou I procured this rem. ly at Cupiel A ..Maloncy'a drug stcre. I wes suffering from' various syaitoms of kidney trouble. .My kid ueya did not do their wark properly and backaches and headaches resul- a. ted. I4 at's Kidney Pl'.ls helped me al unce. doing .more for me than any other r: nedy I had previously tried." For sle by all dealers. Price .'.0 cents. rr-ster-Mllturn Co.. Buffalo, New York, sole ng -nU fr the tnlud States, Kemembcr the name Doan'a anc" take no other. A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRIST MAS PRESENTS. A handsome set of Ilavllnnd China $23.00 and up. Carslhad China acts $7.00 to $17.50 Berry set 73c to $10.00. Very handsome chafing dish $4..'0 to $10.00. Rochester Coffee Percolator and all kinds of toys. Come early while our stock is complete. d:iw8 llaswcU's Book Store BRYAN MATTRESS FACTORY is now open for all kinds of work. Renovating and new Work a Specialty. All work Guaranteed. C. F. WHITE, Mana er. hore Realdence. I We hare a large stock of corn, meal, chops, hulls and alfalfa on hand Phone 2fi6 your orders. Ilunnlcutt's Feed Store. 318 W C. FOUNTAIN it OENTI8T. ... t 0rf.es upstairs over Smith Drug Co RADIANT HAIR. New York Society Women's Hair Matched Only By Parisians. For muny years the clever women of Paris have been famed for the maKUilWent beauty of their hair. "Clorlour hair." a Vlrglan calls It; 'ho radiant and luxuriant that It not on'y attracts attention hut facinates, and compels unstinted admiration." But now that the elite of New York. ever anxious to improve their beauty. huve learned thnt Parisian Sase, a re nourlsher and beaut ifyer. Is almost entirely responsible for the charming hnir of the ladies of France, the de mand for 't has been enormous." A Philadelphia chemist who analya ed Purislan Sage said: "It Is the ideal dressing for the hair. The Ingredients ere no acientlfically combined thnt Parisian Sage Is first of all a hair grower, because It surely destroys dan druff germs, and noi-ishcs the hnir roots." "Second It puts life, substance and brilliancy Into the hair which impro ves the attrac tiveness of any one." "Third, it Is very delicately scented; Is not a particle sticky or greasy, and does not contain one atom of nythlng that could osslhly Injure sculp or hair." Parisian Sage Is now- sold all over America by progressive druggists, and In Bryan by E. J. Jenkins who is glad to guarantee It to eradicate dandruff, stop fulling hair' and itching scalp in two weeks or money back. Price .0 cents. Made In America by Giroux .Mfg. Cov Buffalo, N. V.. who fill a ail orders. The girl w ith the Auburn hair U on every package. T0 HUSBAUDS Give Up Your Barren Scepter as Master of the House. JOHN HAY'S FIRST SPEECH. A Witty Responae to the Toast "Our Countrywoman'' at a Canquet In Paria When He Waa Secretary Legation In tha French Capital. 1111 (W 11 U($1&1V inilil t; m HOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASE. This la the questiou that baa baf fled the medical profession for centu ries. A great many medicines have been exploited for the cure of skin diseases without much success. XI out of these remedies were salrea or grea sy lotions. While they might give temporary relief they did not have the Mwer to destroy the germ life that causes the dlsase. You ran now ob tain from M. II. James the druggist, a clean, vegetable liquid remedy for external use that will give prompt re lief and permanently cure eczema and every form of skin or acalp disease. This remedy which Is known as ZEMO cures by drawing to the aurface of the skin, and destroying the germ life that causes the disease. It can be used freely on Infanta. Mr. James says ZEMO gives the best satisfaction of any medicine he baa ever sold tor the treatment of all diseases of the skin or scalp. tf By official proclamation President Johnson set apart the tlrst Thursday of iMreinber. iy1. as a. day of nn tlonal thanksgiving. The American residents and visitors In 18 rls deemed It an occasion to lw celebrated with more than usiinl -erenmti . The re sult was that nt 8 o'clock on Hie even lug of the Ttb of iH-cemlM-t noun- 2.'! of our countrymen aat iIumh to n dinner lu the xpuclouN dining room of the Grand hotel In PnriN. then regard ed by travelers ms the moot elegant public dining hail in Kune After a Htii-ceolnit of peerlie 111 chairman clowil tin- entertaluuieiii wltb a toast to "Our t.ountry women and asked Colonel John Mat . tdeii secretary of legation In Paris, to re- ImiiiiI lo It. Ah I In, mum i.mli-ililr tile first public eeeli Mr Hay bad ever J made linn ihonuii nothing lie men sniii ; roll lil im.hsII.Iv mill unv luster lo lii" stllisetleiil inner. It ma.i JilMl.v !" snlil I hat It vwi more Hiie-essful thiin the tirnt pnhlie effort lii oratory either of Sin ruin n or of lleaconstleld. He replied in part ss follow: My Countrymen (and I would nny iiiy euiiniry women but tlist the for mer won) eniliraitu the latter when ever ( i-Hirr uniiy offersi-l cannot mi- leriaiil why I should have been call el Imiii lo respond In this toast of all others having nothing but theo retic) lilens upon the subject to tej I rented -one. In fact. I must be pre- siim.-fl never to have hsiidled. llJiiich- ter sin I iiotilauMt I "I lime lieetl l ulled up. too. oj a CIU- I tulttee of uiurritil inch. I can think of i no claim I hate to be connlcered an uthorlty In Ihew mntters exevpt whit might arise from the fact of my bav- ng nsied in early life In the same nclghlMirhiM! wlih Itrlhnui Ymiti? who bus xlnee ghlned Home reputulloii a thorough and practical ladles' man (t.reat laughter I a in not con scious, however, of baring Imbibed any such wisdom at the feet ol thU uiatriuionlal Gamaliel aa should Jutly J ulltle me to be beard among I lie elders. "So I am Inevitably forced to the con-lusion that these husbands ranuot trust each other's discretion. The se crets of the prison house are too im portant to ! trusted to one of the prisoners. So ignorance of the matter in band hns enme to lie bold an alsto lute prerequisite when any. one U to ! sacrificed to the exigencies of fbl toast. , I really do mt see why this sbouht 1 so. It is useless for husbands to Itcmpt l keep ibis thin veneering n semblance of authority. The syu. bols of gowrnment they still retain tle relvo iioImhI.v. They may comfort thens fort theniKt-lves with the ansuraiiie of some vague. Invlmwle mipreimiej . lib but of the uptrliual tnlk.-idn or liit grand llama, but the true t)iiii is th If.-. A witty iiinl prufitund oIim-imi the oilier 1 1 . t Maid. 'Lverv IiunImiik. oilbtlevi knows be U uiasier ill b: own Iioiis. luii lie ul knows ln neighlHir's wife is master In her. IjpiIiiit and cheers. "Wliy rhmiltl not you. husband i t Ameriia. adinii ihU great truth nn.l give up the r-s-n M-epter; Thlngn would go much easier if you enHl the Mtrugle t keep up appearance The lailles wll Hot Ik- hard on you They will recognise ihe fart l hat. after, all. you are lle-ir fellow ercaiure. and you 'nn In very ucfiil to them In many little ways. They will doubtless allow- you to psy their bills.-take cure of their children and carry their voles' to Ihe ballot hot Just as you do now. . Yo' hud belter mine down gruce fitlly. iiiil. i,hove all. h-t no feeling of discovered Inferiority betray you Into evil ,euklng of the domestic powers. Then liHve been recent Instances of distinguished gentlemen, no doubt in stlg:itet by rebellious husbands. wh' have rekleNly net-used these gnnnU tan nn'.'els of your fireside of lwlnj extravagant and frivolous. These thing lire never uttered with Impuni ty. I would not loMure the life of one who IiIh-Is the ladles for less than cent r cenl. "IM-clte Justltluiii uioiiltl et non loin nere Hlvas. which, as you may not un derstand the bnrl;vvool pronunciation of the classic warning. I will translate with a freedom Itoflttln-.' the dsv wt celebrate: ' ' "Now. all you hrtr lustnla. . lirwr lbs rr.ls-l .n: . , Lite In obedience all your lives. Olv urt your UlchSejra lo your wives And nevei stay out late." '" (Laughier and cheers. J From Jolut Blgelow's "KetrnKctlor.s'of an Active Life" In Metroiolitan Maaxlne. .. t Tha Alternative, M Constituent-Bay. Rill, the aalar that goes with my Job Isn't half enough to live on. Can't you use your Inflneuce to have It raised a little? At di rman-Pm afraid not. Jake. But I'Jl do better than thai. I'll us my In fluence to have a cheaper man appoint ed to the place Chicago Tribune. When you go to select your holiday gilfts re member there is something to consider besides the mere fact that it is a gift. , Let it first be a gift, and ncit let it be something of value, that will be a service tc the recipient. A gift of this kind serves a double purpose. There is no gift that is more highly appre ciated than a nice piece of furniture. , . Kvery woman's heart (is wrapped" up in her home, anJ every piece of furniture acded makes the home that much more attractive. Let your decision he Furniture, when you start out to buy your Christmas presents. 4 SEP ri i rnVi I. I I ' II I I VI mim I have a complite stuck for you to select from and jou could riot fin J anywhere a more lcuutiful or appropriate gilt than a Nice Comfortable Rocker A Nice Table, either dininir room or library, Dining- Room Chain, a nice Hras Bed, a New out Suite, a HJI Rack, a Davenport, a China Closer, a nice de.k or bookcase Or one of those superb Salyor White Swan Mattresses. We have anything else ou may wish in the Furniture iine and it wilt he a pleas ure to show you ihroii'J our tJttK'k. II I ! MI - 1 3355 I . .- l-l I I I L. SI Let us show you through before you nuke jour purchases Wo To James ' K Quick Thinker. Dlttersdorf - Here come two evil looking rascals. I abouldn't wonder if w were held up. Helna-I'm afraid aa By the bye. here's that dollar yon lent mo this morning. Mrggrndorfef Blatter. Christmas Headquarters Shoppers arc cordially invited to visit our store and look at the multitude of Christmas articles. We have gifts suitable for all, and you will have no trouble in finding what you want. Do I is, Toys, G fmes, Books Hiue Dolls. drt-"cJ and undrcstd, $4.50 to 5c Kid Dolls, drcs5i-d and undressed, from 4c to 25c Ml SICAL TOYS Morns, W histles, Whips, Chimes, Dulcimers, Tin and Rubber Whistles. Violins; prices from 5c t $1.25 llOOKS Just hundreds of good ones to make pleasure for ever) one, from the .tiny baby to grandpa; from Dame Trot- to I van hoe. , Prices from 5c to , . .-$1.50 TOY'S THAT MOVE Trains, Autos, Steam Ships, Merry-Cro-Rounds, Swings. Chinese' Mer chants, Shoot the Chutes, and many other inter esting tcys. ' Prices 15c to $2.50 Importers of French, German and Austrian China, price our line before you bti and save money. The best quality of American Cut GJass at Twenty-Five per cent less than usual prices. A Urge stock of Li ' Victor Talking Machines and Records ' Sold on weekly installments Eastman Kodaks make nice gifts. We have a big stock and all Kodak Sup plies. All shoppers will be shown every courtesy, and your patron age will be appreciated. HmwelF. BRYAN, TEXAS 'Store V I V t ; T - i a " .,..-- 4 ..i - J.