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5M 1099. 1099- ALLEN ACADEMl. If""" A Formal Opening Yesterday Work Will 15c clii Toil i. y. ISFRESH HAMS . Cfe-ERESH BREAKFAST BACON Haron small sideo, nice to fry, Evaporated (caches new crop, Evaporated Apple., Prunes, new crop Uice, Fresh Cirit.-, and most anything else GOOD TO EAT! Fresh Chee.so received twice a week, and plain soda water on ice at Manganic ZUBER & M'DOUGALD'S. i II. AT. C. Time Card, llrywu forthbonnd No 1 lMp outbboundNo S 4 03 pm fotthboooJ No I M m outhboond No 4 m . Jt U. N. Tiro) Tubln, Hern flat BCN0.' S'O. 1 106 " IB- (JIIVN 9 i m- IAWT boCnu. So. 2 Uavea :lifa so.4l.area 4:3fc. n.. BBTWB NIAiH D (AN ANTONIO. So. 9, leavrs Hearne 3' 10 V- '" So. 10, arrive at Hearne ...U V II. AT. 0. Time. Table llearue NoBrH aOl'NII. " so. 1 arrive llMp. U 'o. 3 arrives ....if) a. U LOCAL NiiWS. Ump'i lrfr is the beat. Call for lamp's ler. It is the pur eat an I must refreshing beverage for hot weather. 2I; Fresh aeed ot at Woolen & Harder' Dew feed atore, Sanger! oil itand, Dry. an.Te.aa. w4H Emm.l Carliolio dLliifoclInf powdi-r, pruuipt. ror'l, ctap. 2'i idU a pound, with prlnklar top iD. W There are other, tat nono like l.emp' pore, refreshing, invigorating. appealing luttled beer. Try It. St'. Dr. 8. II. Weatberford advertise hit household and kitrhen lorniiure fur ale, elsewhere in this paper. 1M It. It. Hoyall of Colli-ne Station, can ave you money on fruit and ornament treea. l:d til ad la thia paier. dt Fancy Dr raU h mackerel, I rick and shredded codfish and Feriidala Sa'ad Dressing at Clarke A Dansby'a. iM Freah cold beer and lumh, Woolen Wella wmU water alwayaon hand at V. ('. Marek'a next door to Saunders A ji Johnson'.. Kill ...... - , . AH .nO'l'irf HI ii IHf jw-O'-i t Tim iru. j He aura you gel i.inp s iM-erai"i....u. di.tuierima mia-trr. wlli go ahead. ! iir wnJ to ui 1'rtic KUirr for fr W. T Jon.. a. here from Kelianee '-' yesterday. Ffeali F:i Paeo grape and California ... , . . fruita received Mondays Wednesday Z.-nnati block. 21 F'or accident and life initirance (irk r funeral bent-lbs either in lodge or 'raitiht life coiniaiie. Joe 11 alt at Ib-anm. i ,. , .,. i, , ,r 1 1 roi. I., r.. .Marrimi a. nr.. (.bM i k lt , u r tf re.uurant in Ih lietliel ya.tcr.lay. ZHnali ,)itl (, ow 0In ,r ,Bd Drink Moitnt Vernon Tore Uveal the; nlc( , tfalai meal W cen'e. Sl.oit Fipoailion aal.K)n. l,,n' order lttnchea at all hour. if lion. A. V. Hrigance waa here from j. v. Boblneon wae bere from Mar Navaaola yea;rrday. I iM yeaterday, having come down lo a For a goo.1 abort order meal call at j company Iiii aon and fur other hoy the F.poailion aaloon. 2W j(,o ,aeer.lered the A. and M. College Mra. .. II. Iniav returned from l.oT- Heta. eii I'.en. hley and Itrynn Waiahacliie yeaterday. on the llesrne ro,l Sun lay. a p;iir of Smokatieneral Arthur cigar. ol, at ' g -I I pl!e. ape. t .cle.. Finder will the F.xt.o.iti..ii aal.H.n. 'f. , l '1 """n l" "r to l y' 330 Minnda l.endretln new crop tuodp -edat Mawhinney a. tcts. P. 8. Holland of Keliance, wni a riaitor to the city yeterd.iy. 1. 1 ar alore. S. iMitlca of Dr. S. II. Wealherford'aj (urnlture aale. ",s j Mra. A.U Carr, Sr , left Sun.lay o Our fa Fall Crop Of Menu' Furni-liinL't H no poiii- lt-te in every Uuil. N e re now howlng thu lurgect am! teatannort merit of wearing apparel for men ever olfcreil lo the city trade. All the new KALI. STYI.KS in the celehrate.1 HANAN SHOES and The AM Kit I CAN make which i Ix-yond l'iult tla" lxt hoe over ttold lor I3..V). Alrto the full Mvles. in H.ft and at ill II ATS, SNIKT."4, COLLARS AND Cl'FFS, FTC. Paris & Waldrop ni-NS.... OUTFITTHRS. L Hot liinchea n Vt the Kiniti. ' Mra. V. F. Mi. ' atore a'. Item h'ey. Ll ' Mrayr l or Stolen Fmdi J dm M Caldwell' pa'ture, one Jrraev heif.r yearling, 1 afrit t.n rolore-l with white !aiM,t. Iar lfr ret.irn l Jno. M. Hot liim hra aerved in lirat claaa -tyle ; ( )l,wi.;i 0i Inl.irintti n lei'in l re. on aaloon. :' l.,nv-rv. 'JH trot and ibildreu r. -l Three bnndred and lifty atudrtit w. re turned to lialve-tnn yeaterday. , report.-.! at th.- A and M. College abort All kind, of lina millinery very cl. .ap ; ly after noon yeaterday. F.iauiinat.on. at.Mra.C. M. I'roctora. IMif base leen in progreaa the paat to dy ' . ., . i TihUv ia the oiertitig day for the Cnc e Watt Stewart gave the hagle a 1 ' 1 1 ' ,. . . i .i i.- . . i.. '"'. nd it i foregone conclu-ion ca I win In the city veater.lay. ' . , ' , . . ! the atitdenta will have to he turned Wa'ter M. I.ang, general mai inniar Carr'a llar.lwar atore. rhone4t. dtf Mra. Spencer Ford and Mia Joale Itaitlioe ('oiiinntudery. Iviitiliue Coininatulery Knight Templere, Col A. M. Itlio-len, emi nent ooiiitiiitlider, held ui) iiui.rt ntit me' linn !t l.i-t nicht mid twn new tiieniU-r! were initute.l Thu tliirteenth uniiual aeaniou of Allen aa lemy, removed from Mad ionville to ISryan, Ppenl here 'fAerliy m'jrninjr, with jiracti ally the full nuiiiher of htudenta lexired in attendance. The open ing exercie were attended by member of the Allen Academy board of director, aevcral of the hrcal iiiitii:ern, other citizen and representatives' of the Jireaa. The exercice oened with pray er, following which Mr. L. L. Mc- Inni, prt-iJcnt of the Ijoht.I of di- reitor, delivered an addre of welcome to the etudent and teach- err, and exprened in fitting term the pride the triple of Bryan feel in the fpl'-tnlid preparatory ttchool thus e.tahliaht-d in our midt and the aaatiraniTH of support it haa from the people of Bryan. Prof. J. II. Allen aU) addre"ed the aeMibla(?e and exiree the sentiment that the beginning of this work here i tlie realiiation of a long chefiliel ideal that i very gratifying to the principal who have labored no many yeara and now feel that they have entered Um their life work. Addreaaen full of word of wia- loin Wer made to the young men by IU-v. J. It. Cochran, U. 1). Wilson and J. I. West I'rof. It. 0. Allen concluded the addresses with a abort talk to the student, in which he urged them to take a pride in the school and in the work and help the teacher Ui make Allen academy su cessful from the first. He declared the good name mid ucces of the aehool to lie largely dt pendent upon those in attendance. The etudent body is cotnjxised of representative young men and boy from all over thi section They were attentive and earner-t listener and made a most fivora Lie iiiiprewiun on the visitor After the exercise were over the young men were dismissed for the day in order for the workmen to put the finishing touches on '.lie achixd building, thi work haviiijr been unavoidably delayed. Tl work of the school will lin regu larly today (Wednesday). I'rof. J. II. Allen showed the re preseiitatives of the pre throtigl the building and liroUllds. Tin' location is excellent, with n fun goo Kendri. k have c turned Irom California. The xpoaition aaloon r.-i'atirant it open. The liett pia-e for a quick tnaal. Freah oyftcra aerved in at (iiiiflre'a restaurant, away. Yoin Kippur, the Day of Atonement with the Jewtah -eop'e all over the world, will he ohaerved bere by the closing of their place ef buameaa and fasting for twenty-four houra from l "0 thi evening to tomorrow evening. all atyie I A rongregrtional tue.-ting wtl' I liel.l .enimti'a at the home of Joe (iroginaky, I.. Iiii- block. 2t!i. tier olliciating. awl jtm ejij i'v i1 '',T T, I 1 If: hool Siippli est n nrl'rctty Lunch llaskcts ioc, and 5c. arjrl'rrtty School SatchcK, all styles, ioc, ioc, 25c and tfc. mrlVncil lloxes c. aeirlVucil and Ink Tablets, pretty colors, 5c i: 1. DRUG CO- The work of initiation ua eon-j 1 ; t t 1 bv 1'asl Kniinelit Command- er Joiin s, uice oi orsicana. Among other visitirig knilit pre- ent were J. M. lUanding of Cor-i-can'i, J. I', l'aliu of llcarne, Tom Hillierof Franklin. L. T. Fuller and John S. (Jurrett of ("alvert, A. F. Urigance and II. N. liissell of Navasota. itv i:li:ction. The special election for mayor and one alderman held here yes terday resulted as follow : Fi r mayor : Ir. It. II. Harri son, W.; W. S. Howell, 2- I ; W. W. Harris, .r I: Pr. J. W. Johnson, 2 For Ald. rman. A. J. ItiU'liatian, rill'.; II. A. Ilurger, 'JV; W. J. Christian, 12. Tlio vote for mavor ahown a total vole of 070. Mr. Harris withdrew from the race for mayor during the course of the dav. I'.K liantfo Hotel Atrlvnl. J S Mansur, Milwauke; I) II Snodgrasa, (ialveaton; C V Carr, Houston; Cha. .S Cheesborough, (ialveston; K M Adam Jr., Ft. Worth; T 1' Ilullington, F 11 John- son, Anderson; II F Misscll, Nava sota; A II Doucette, A II Doticettc, lleatimont; II L Lindsay, Chicago; J I I'alm, llearne; F J Seniple, St. Lout; 8 U Shuniway, Ft, Worth; A O Kyle.Texarkann; Jno. T Garrett, Calvert; Tom Hillier, The modern grocery More ha reached that stage in it develop ment that make it the dispensary of an innumerable variety of highly palatable and wholesome dishes ready f'r the table, thus relieving you of much of the- heat of the kitchen anil of hastily or improperly prepared food. We cordially invite your atten tion to our selection of these articles, and believe wc can great ly aid you with your "menu" and save ym trouble and money. Just received a complete assortment of the DWiPNEbli-UiRIGHT Celebrated Roasted Coffee. J White House Brand 2 lb cans. . . 80c I Royal Java and Mocha 3 lbs $1.00 Java Blend 4 lbs $1.00 Special 7Jbs 'j Wc know no stimulants more potent than a good cup of coffee in relieving the physical and mental depression consequent up on the heat of summer. A trial of these good will convince you of their merit. We have also in stock a fresh lot of Premium Hams and Breakfast Bacon, Johnson Butter, and College Creamery ISuttcr on ice. The most approved brand of Tea as can lc attested by our trade. rajr-Try our IVcmier sliced peaches for cream. Respectfully, JNO. M. LAWRENCE A Company. Mr. T. I'. Bulliugton and lr. Fred li. Johu-ton of An L-rsoii, Crime elevation, natural drains' count v. Mr. I'.ufTuigton i a prom-1 water, plenty of room for atheleti inei.t voui, ' lawyer and Dr. John. I sport, etc, and it i the purposed M. .unwell known physician and! the principal to beautify th i,....i,l.nt ..f the mleroii r:ii!ro:nl J (.rounds with tlowern and shrul ,., . ..... r, bery as rapidly a opportunity am time w ill admit. The academy building is admir blv adapted toachool work with an abundance of light and ventila lion. The clas room. are commo dious, supplied with comfortalil desk and other necessary appli ance. There are two clas room 25 x.'lo feet each, a library 27xll, two cloak and hat room aupplied with LumU-ri'd lusiks, a small lab oratory room and an an entrance hall. The spaciou residence nearhy, where the Warding pupil, are domiciled has been refitted through out and present" an inviting and home-like appearance. I'rof. S. II. Allen and family occupy the lower floor ami the student the large rooms on the second tloor. The ojiening of the academy in in every way auspicious and satisfac tory to the management and to the people of Bryan who repose that confidence in the Allen Brothers which their ability uud long ex . . . i t i .i perieiicein school worauunianuy Hislilies. I he success jl tin edu- tional enterprise i uiiiUesiioiiabIy assi'red Mr. . 1'. I'erkina ol Juckthuro, i vi. itmg I'r. and Mra. l'aul M. Uuysor, Hev. and Mra. II. FMInaer have re turned fiotn Uitlvealon. Just received auother car of floe alfalfa; alio have fresh nour krniit new uiaekeral and fresh evaporated apple all this years goods. V- Mike Jr. A i i t v T x t i ! P. & W. Quinine 50 Cents per Bottle at Read's Drug Store. Xs R. R. ROYALL Isatnt for Autin Nursery, F. T. Bamsey, Proprietor, and will be glad to have orders for Fruit and Ornament Trees AND SHRUBERY. At low prices. ltc!a.s nursery peaches, the very best 13c; pear, the best 21c. All kind of ehade trees, cheaper than the cheapest. Orders left with Zuber fc McDougald will have immediate attention. Patronize a home man and a home nurserv. R. R. Royall COUUEGH STATION. TEXAS. Kandy Kitchen ,4.7 ICE CREAM PARLOR ; nr All the new ICES and Iced f" V- drink tastefully served, i ' f 1 The finest.... r Candies, Fresh Fruits, v . V LOWNEY'S and " f ' Candits. :! Xv..-. Phono 202. i 1 2 aiii2 aiiiiii aual k aaaljaaliaki &i'iM Franklin i co.