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$S 7 n 0 mmm m 1 ' .... J .'5 0 i 1 0 0 0 (0 a 0 & 0) H'unud am Vnw Try nrj mrnVtm mu(y Four, frrry nick told un der inmtirt guarantee to girt entire mtti'actiur . Wt hnrejmt rerrired a Jull line of Wn fr Braunt ftcktn, Catnip, fwitardt, Sawn, Etc., Minrt Meat and (Him in keg. Wotulcork Ilnmi and BreaknM Huron. Chat A Hntjmrn't RoaJ Ctfret continue in the lead lor high-grade goadi. fa DAHSBY k DAfiSBV, TELEPHONE 11 A. & & & e '0 0 CD 0 0 0: Reed-McCoy Case. Tlie preliminary hesrin for bond o' I'olirrraaa Bob MeCay, charged wiih the killing of Flour. any llnni, wa liegun before) Jus tire Mitchell yentenliiy afternoon, and ufier examination of two it. nenst, EJ Walker and colored po liceman Tim Rinby, the h-aiing waa adjourned over until Monday. The taking of the testimony is low and Boiutwhat tedioUH. 1 hj depooitiona s yesterday referred tnainiy to inoidenU before and after the killing, and nothing of a wnsational nuture was developed. The utate i n-preaented by llintrnt .uiorney Jiudson.Lounty Attorney Nagleand I)renuaA Butler. The defendent U represented by Judge A. O. Board and V. T. Young. PROF. GARNER LOST. V II. A T. U. Time Tard, Hryan Northbound No. I . Southbound No. 2 Northbound No. :i Houthbound No. Northbound No. I!i rvotithhouud No. It). r.'::io p. in. . H:,V, p. in. . I :" a. in. . H:ui it. in. fi a. in. . y tt p. in. ('. W. A H. V. S( llF.IM I.K. No. 10-1.. avi 7:15a. m. (Makrarlnas rminis-tliiii iih malu Una I A 0. N. Kttii( wi sli No. 101 Arrives :n p. ,. No. Irj leaves p in- (Ma. tlvr rnn'u-riiiiii with main u,r . 4u .V coin ruii -No. 10.'! Arrives x-n! I LOCAL NEWS. I MIUtlllllt)ltlluUUltIUlIUl"i Koe K'lX" -IN real estate. :1 II. II. Ituth. rf ml is lieref.-oin Aus. tin. See Cliff A. Adams for choice resi dence ilH. M t'apt. Itobt. Adams wm hi (own yesterday. Ju.l'o V. H. Null went to Waller yesterday. It. II. Snle was here from I!. nrh ley yehtrrday. N. A. Cutiiaiii wiih here from lletllel yexterilay. Itufe Chiilliam came down from Waco vehterilay. W. M. I'otit.-r ri'turiieil from a l.ii.i iie trip y -Hterday. Ir. J. M. Nick of Stone City who in town yeterlay. Monroe KiI'i'Ia ruxtler when it rine to r-al entate. Mayor J. S. Mnorinir lia heen on the nick list thU week. Juilk" J. W. lori iiiiii N out Birain after a tin.le w itli the jrrlp. If you want to buy. Hell or rent eat eolate aee Motiroi' Kit'". :tit It. II. Knox ami T. K. I'ryor were here from Heanie yewterilay. Dr. Went went to llreiiiotul yea terday t1fi?,i4 rctftilarappolntincnt. FOR Sa(,K-TIh home place of Mm. J.I). Ironn. For partlrulara apply to Tyler Maxwell. i.t7 Jllcltre Speneer Konl llllH hee co- llm il at hii horn,, fruu iUu. h M-veral ila.VH. I'ont forget to pay your city tax "'I" nth ami avoid th,. p) j.r penalty. . 4,) For reNiilence lot convenient to elnircliea an nchoul call on C. A. Adiuim. City I.tx for Sale ami tenant houe for r. 1.'. Ap.y to W. A. Ililllkn. rH Hoarder Wanted. ( hmh private hoard for t'- iitlem. n. Anidv at Ka. k'le olllee. ' Joliu c. Mitchell returned to Franklin yesterday ad nled ,v mother. The city council met Friday nl-rhi and adjourned until Monday aft, r- 110011 at ( o'clock. W. I. Ilerd, II Vent to Houston v . lerday. Mr. Iierdeii remaiuimf f.ir a viit to relativea here. For head-.li.it l!heiimaiiin Cure di-coered liyan old m k-ro call on r.r. miico. iiryau, i-a. .V.M Ih v. C. I'. Fountain, of Colh -e S'atioii. will preach at the Itapti-t hun h tint morning at 11 o'clock. Mkn Caie ,sine;ftl.ry returtii'd t.i Mi'inpKiead yexti rday after visiting the family of J inline T. I'. I.owry. For i:et.t 2.(M i.er acre m acre of ItriioH liottom laud in iiau tlli. to kiilt reliti rn. Fold v lord. Mie ShlthU, teacher in tli.t Mearne . III. lie .chool. are here vi. Itliik' their ni.ter, Mia IJowmarv Shield. FtUt KFNT-Five room houe hi outli part of town. (,o.., rl-tern. Htatde. cow nhed, etc. Amdv to ( 'ole Pro. :u Four or five freight car pit off the track near the oil mill yesterday and delayed tralllc on tne II. 4 T. (', railroad for a time. The li.-xt refrigerated meat of all kind at the I lly Market, ami at new market opposite C .W. A It. V. depot. S. V. Itui-liaiiau, Prop. tf Had weather rarely InterruntH trade In Hrvan for more than a day. A umial on Saturday, the Ktreeta were crowded Vetenlav and tiui Jl.rNk. BusineM Leaxne. The reiftilar lllonthlv ineetlmr of the Hryan lliixln, I attue will he held at the City Mall Monday iiiKht Dec. Hat 7 :.'' p. in. The time of lileetini ha lieen lint at. nl'ht for the convenience of hiifi nen men aiul It in urp-d that every iii.i-n who I interested ,, iiru,,, growth and development will I,. ireet. The ch rka arejfivi n a npeclal 1 11 vllatioii to att.nd and enroll their name a member. Matter of intcrcht and Importance will be discussed at the Monday llfllt llleetine- W. K. Saunders, rresid..,t. F. Marion Ijiw Jr. Secretary. cm m! i I GE 144 CiOMmMmn.9,m.Mt'M.wMMMO Of the U. S. Di5pen5atory f For tal ty COLE BROS, and JOHN J M. LAWRENCE I .COMPANY. v if M 5 The authority of nil Doctors anil Dtus'i'ist, voii will liml these words: "Alum is a Powerful Astringent with very decided irritant. Quality, if taken internally will cause fatal (Jastro-In-terii.il Inllamation, this means u ill cause death from inllamiition of the Moinarh and howels. Will any srnsilde person, knowing this, nse an alum 1'iikiiig powder when 'they knoA it. If C this is the case you have no excuse for not 3 knowing alum from a pure Cream of Tartar $ baking powder. Vou can get alum pow.ler from 10c to 15c per pound, while a pure cream 3 of tartar powder will cost you .40c per pound. $ Don't buy a cheap linking powder, but insist ) on having PREMIUM, a pure Cream of Tar- S tar Making Powder, manufactured by J o Dahlno Powder M o Jl OlaliliMStlitMardrtiWiliMlilikliii laiaO DnaMliliViViMMMliMiinililihliltS aSj fmw inn vr I liHll.rilSEl i Service at the Christian Church today a follow: Sunday School hi a. 111., Iteniey Wilson Kiipt ; Devo tional II a. in.; Column, lion 11 MS a. 111.; Preaching II : ) a. 111. Mihiect "ur Appreciation of (iod Hh-ssinn; Muli nm t p. in., Miss Amber Nail. Leader; rrcnchliiK 7 :; p. in., ubject "The pearl of Ureal Price. A cor dial invitation to attend thee Her- Vice is extended to all. Jewell Howard, 1'nt.ter. The C. W. A H. V. aurveyiiiK rorpa UatMarlin pnparlin to take the lh ll to run line for the extension of the C. W. A li. V. north. It i kit It. ted that the road will n-KUiue tiuild iiijr at both end. The bill for eon- lidatloii ha I ii'i'll ililrodut'ed in the 1. K'isliiture and will no dmilit I as without difficulty. Ity courtesy of Prof. J. II. Council the Kll.de i able tl) publish flic Meat her forecast ellt out hv the -overiiinent station at (iaUestoii the forecant an- received bv wire at olh k'c and Ha,' are dinplayed on the new iik'ricultural and horticul tural building. A N I I D I o purchase for cash a house about tl r.iiim with four or live lots, prefered ill Coll Veil ie II t lllld llrst-class lieiu'hborhood. Applv I Mr. M. Arnold. Milton Hroii. A (' lork Itaraiu Store, Hrvan. 40 P. f.anilry, for Home year assistant principal of the colored public scl 1 ha been promoted to the position of principal. Me i well iualificd for the position and hi advancement will no doubt result in the upbuild ing of the Hclmol. All inemlMr of the Fr.itemal 1 nion 01 America are requested to attend their regular nieetiiiK' Mon daylight. It i important thatev- TV In 1 1 1 lli r lie I. reHel.t lit 11,1.1 iiik- Installation of otltcem and oth er important business w ill eonie t fore the lodjc. d.'li K. II. Nah and on. J. M. Nah of Waco, J. K. Mitchell of Ft. Worth. and John V. ItohliiHoti f M Who were here to attend the funeral or Col. Ilarvev M tc hell. l..ft f..r their respective honie yesterday morning. The youiiL ladie of the KidNPimnl church will (ive a tea at the resi dence of Mr. J. H. Mine 011 Wed nesday January liilh from 4 to jt p. in. All are cordially Invited to at tend. Admission 10 cent. ;f; F'.l Paso Midwinter Carnival, Jan. 17-H-PJ. Jan. It and 15. II. A T. C. will el round trip ticket fare f l.viki! Hood to leave Kl Paso up to Feb. 1st IWU. W. S. Wilson, A Kent. 7 H. I.. Heed mid P. A. lieeil are lu re, having been called to the eitv on account of thu death of their hrother, Floiirnoy Heed. Mot and cold bath, shower and vapor bath. Porcelain tub. Kverv tlilnir new and first eluss in il... .-' chalice Motel barber simp. Dan J. l orn, proprietor. Jan. II. !. M. Turner, pneral freight ak-' lit of the I. A (1. N. and C. . Jt H, V wa here yesterday from PalcNtlne. The funeral of Floiirnoy Heed will take place thl morulniat 10 o'clock from the residence of hi brother, Mr. J. W. Christian. Weather Forecast. Reported dally hy the Fnlted Statea weather bureau at Ualveston Tcxaa. Sunday Fair. Tlrflnr r. U Obiliw4 Iraa Him irsM Inaca Afrit. P-iston. Jan. 11 Friend of Prof. T. 0. tiarner, the famous explorer, scientist and author, are bihii.u over bia Mal- Me fate in the wild of Afrii-a. ! feam a to the possibility of Ilia death am entertained. Among thorn con ti rinsl over the prof ,.sor are the ReT. E. K. Hale, Prof, l-utnam of Harvarl. Prof Furts r anil S. A. Merrill of the Mechanic' National hank. Prof. Carner snilxl from New York on or about July la, luoo. rn route to Africa, His avowed object beinje to furrher study the monkey lanifuatre, and the interest and appmliation ol many eminent scholars and scientists, im luditis the four men atsivemcutloued Were enlitel iu bis ohjeet. On. Aii. I, he arrived In Lisbon, here he reiiiaim-d until Ann. 21, making full preparations and Katherinn euip tneiit for hi intended expedition. On Aui Si prof. Garner left Ijslsm. arri hiK in th first week hi ScptemN-r in Fun Thorme, in the Freu h Ciii(f. While in thi place on the eve of his de- j imrture tor the interior Im suddenly was stricken with jmiKle fever, althonifh hi two previous expislitious to same plie e had in his own judgment made him iininuiie. The exorhitaut nifes leviist upon hltn for iran.j.irtation and the money al ready laid out uiii his really inade quate equipment 1 ad by this time iiiado him almost nniless, and when Ida fund entirely failis) Ins faithless hine lilies fl.1l, leaving huu to fight the K"iu l" ' tre alulle. On Nov. '.'7, h" wrote urgent letters to Mi r Hale Piitn.irii, KurlsT and Merrill, iipprising them to his exhaust.! flnaui-ial and physii-al condition and urging that aid Is- linitiisliately sent til him These Were the hist messages from him and none of the letter were nsiived until tin last of DsemUr. KlTorts were nt once made to cable money to him but cable commuuii-atioii could not li had with nuy Imiik in the vieinitv of the jiliu-n from where the letters had l.n ostnl. AH cffurtii to locate him also faihsl. On last Tuesday S. A. Merrill of the Mn'hnnie' National Kink wax inforniisl that all effort to ri.ummtii.nti. with (inrncr had failed. Mr. Merrill then sent a cable to San Thorme in the hopo of dis)'overmg (iunier's whcn-alsmt. No reply to this message ha Un re ceivis). Messages seut ThursilHT have failisl to elicit any reine and Mr. Merrill, who ha li-n one of the most saiuniine concerning hi existence, at last ha given np all hopes. ELECTRICITY FROM ABOVE ra.lr Tll of t'iprrlrnro Ha Hsa Hail Wllh III klla Wlr. N. w York. Jan. 1.'.-William A. Eddr of Havonne, N. J., miv since IVlli lie ha ilrawn from his kite wire hundred of elis trie signal, tsitli regular and ir regular, which may have come from some planet and that the signals have 1st 11 usually in group of three, regular ly tiniisl like a Morse sounder. When end of the kite sustiiiinsl by fe- wip-s are s'iratis liy sill; strands, spark jump at I J second interval. Then there are inv.terioti disap.nrunce of all elis tric action for several minutes. These elis tnc srk come from some high point in the air, not near t-o the low ten sion clistric currents of t ml ley and live wire Mr. Kddy snv these stiark In signal may ci.iue fnnn an outer planet Isnuise elis-tricity travels nt the rate of luo.noo miles a sis-oiid ami i a tireles as light which total is, mm mile a M-oud as meiisurnl by a rapidly rcvolvingt'thcd whwl. (in-at variability in effi-ct is pMluitil when there is apimrcntly no rhaiige whatever in the condition of the upjsT air o far a known. Mr. Kddy has l-n trying to uWIpher the signals since IMI2 It is also noted that Tcsla's signals nime fnim Ilke'i Peak at a high point in the air. Kddy points out that electricity is sujierior to light l-ause the interruption can be transmitted while light siiffnsMi nmnnil a dark shallow and er'ially if the smuUiw is small in illnmeter. llMy Kalufsll. Vicksbnrg. Miss , Jan. 12. Ten inches of mi n fall in .'tH hours hss cnnstsl tbim. sand of dollars worth of damage to the county raids and iralyxl rnilrondsen terim this citr. All trnin lstiriun tl.is city and Meridian have been annulled and all trains 011 the ickshurg, Shreve- port nnd Pacini' and 1 aw allcr are delaynl many hour. At linkers cri-k the traeks of the Alalsinia and Vicks bnrg are from 4 to tl fi-t under water and the crifks are still rising. Kvery dirt road entering the n'.ty is iniixvssa ble, bridges are down nnd in many places along the hillsides the entire road- lsi is among the missing. r.iprsaa Msaaanisr ltlaitprara. PhreTeport, Im., Jniie 12. A messen ger of the well r argn hxpresseoiiiiiiuiv has disapared and the amount ol funds and valuable which left with him cannot he learniil of the express rouimny, hut is rumored to be about $.'iO"0. nr Craafcad Itadar a Wsfna. In Costa. Tel.. Jan. 12. Ths ll.renr. old son of J. Mangold of this place was Instantly Killed here. The boy was driving a wagon loath! with corn when he fell under the whirls which passed over his head, causing death. Tskla Treaty Sl(aad. P.ikln .Tsn 11 TlJ nUnu. r eommisslonnrs have received orders fnnu the court to aign the jolut note w tin power. ""',,",",ssasssassws aii.r" Because the statement is unim peachable; if a sack or barrel of flour bears the mark "White Crest" you may rely on its absolute purity, . excellence and nutrient qualities. When it is your desire to have good bread, and who doesn't want that? Be sure to order White Crest flour Jno. M. Lawrence & Co. 1. 1 I I: i I.- t IT-THE BliST IS THE CHEAPEST. M. 13. James The Leading Druggist. GREETS THE NEW YEAR with renewed conliJence in his old established pn of business Standard Drugs and Medicines at Honest Prices. Pntcriptiont art filltd right by comptttni pharmacitit A lll(ISTO('K-ie,liclnes and Iniggist Slindrie. Wholesale trade given our careful attention -f 1- BREAD AND CAKES! (JOOIl HHKAI) AT HKASONAP.LE ItTFS AT OTTO ItOKll.M F.'S.... Ar Texas Bakery and Boarding House THE BEST IS THE CIlE.iPEST-Otto hat tf?b,M. Bryan, Texas. BROGDON'S LIVERY STABLE. llTln-Tnrohal th. Utsit kaaihsaa of Jas. O. Ksrnnla, which Is t ht juips4 aut.1. IB Hrvan. wa ars prspars1 lo aarrt (Ls puoUo st ail hours dsj tai Bltii, with Knobby Rigs of all Kinds, aadBna-rlaa. nl,'oraoahl.drttBhoi. Onrmoilo will b Coorlaooa. r.y ssd tsraful Krmsl AU-ntlon lo .11 cla. W. wiu appeal. .SLSwr Uoo ot your palrona tai (uiraolM MUafaouia. SAHE OLD STAND. 'PHONE in. J. V. BROGDON, Proprietor. CANDY KITCHEN and' A ROISTER BERWICK BAY 0Y5TERS SERVED IN FIRST ...Class Style... The finest Candies, Fresh Fruits, FineCignrs, Lowney'. nd Gunthcr'i Candies. I TELEPHONE ISO. OU.