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Try our prepared Ferndell Buckwheat 15c pkg
Fermlcll Maple Syrup 75c J--gal cam
New Mackeral at 2 for 35c, and 3 for 25c
We have ju.t received a fresh shipment of all
aimis 01 uricci iruiu, peacnet, apricots, rp
pica, grapca, prunes, etc.
Try those delicious Muffed dates 25c pkg
Al Flour
Pleases Everybody
Chase & Sanborn's Cofce have no superior.
(Jive us a trial on jour New Year's business.
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Phono 114 .
0 0
Tfo. 104 Northbound Passen
ger leaves :" p. m.
(Mala sloes eounerUoa mb mn line
I. A i. N. fon cut ana hI.
No. lol Southbound rn-
per Arrives 7:l" p. in.
leaves ( licit lliorilillt' ) .... H it. in.
Northbound o. 1 10:J0a.m.
Northbound No. 8 1:27 p.m.
Northbound No. t 2:l te. m.
dthbound No. a 2;J p. uj.
uthbound No. 4 4:Mp m.
Southbound No. 8 fM a. m.
No, a and 4 ere fast trains, stopping
only atprluelpal atationa.
I Local JVctvs j
For sale excellent bui:iry policy
cheap. "x" this office. 2
J. (J. (lnt sriltHl Wellborn
Fresh strawberries and cauliflower
tic. at Howell Jna. o3
Her. S. II. McCluog returned from
Navasota yesterday.
Hweatert fr children, both boys
and K'rla at Norwood's. U
Iok! Onion seta, per quart, 6
cent today, Come, (jeo. Hirers. M
Itesldctica for rent, 4 rooms, near
graded school. Oood su-r. A. II.
Uralan. 60
The man who want a season In
the groui.d Is no doubt satUiiod at
Mrs. John Ward of Marliu is tho
, guest of tier daiivrhU-r, Mrs. Heth
With the Hoc Island tratTio ad
ded to that of the II . A T. C. there
Will be plenty titling oil those new
So-pound rails.
The Central Texas fair directors
held a meeting Inst lilkTht and Coin-
mlttees were nuiiouuced by Presi
dent W. 8. Howell.
J. M. llatclwood, pave and Andy
I'ntchett, J Slulllett and (urge
Maxwell were here from (irlin
county yesterday.
For Sain r Kent- Seven room
house mid twenty hc'-h of laud in
side corporation near Allen Academy,
Apply to J. I). Martin. T'J
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Srhwnr stopp
ed over yeht. rday to viit Mr. and
Mrs. John It. Mi!..' while enroute
from Waco to HoumUiii.
Kod WiJ iMUl di Utsrj s.Ubs our tuuiw
Phone 106
Wc can make you piicct a low as the lowest. We ask for your
trade became we want it, and if you give
tn a chance wc w ill get it.
Dr. D. B. Clark,
Mr. Carl Melners, a noted violinist
from Amsterdam, Holland, will give
a recital at the opera house, Bryan.
Feb. l-l. 11k studied with Cramer,
t tie famous concert master of War
ner's lUyreuth orchestra, (iraduat
Ing at the Koyal conservatory d
Amsterdam, be became a member of
the French opera orchestra at Ant
werpt, Belgium. Admission 5oc. M
Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Wilcog request
the Kegle to express their thanks to
friends and neighbors for the kindly
assistance and sympathy extended
to them durlnic the illness and Uti
the death of their sou, Mr. Jno. M.
A free exhibition of Drawing.
Paintings aud Designs by Mis F.thel
Hutson and her pupils will be held
Saturday, February 17, from 0 'till 0.
at the Bryan Academic and Collegl
its Institute (the old Maaoulc hall)
Mrs. Bond, mother of Mr. Tom
Bond, died Thursday in Houston,
where she had gone for a vUit. She
was a lady of sweet aud gentle chris
tian character, and greatly beloved
by all w ho knew her.
The entertainment by the ladles t f
tho Ib-adlng club for tin benefit .f
the Carnegie library, announced for
last night had to bo postponed on ac
couned of the weather.
For Sale or Tra.le Two-story gin
liOUsil which can be moved, and com
plete gin outtlt in ginal condiiioii, t wo
r-aw gin. T.J. Preston. Bryan,
Texas. M
When a man can break out with a
yellow piim plunk, Hra.-'H county
evidently Heeds a new Jail or some
extclinh e Improvements on the old
IVopte who had inn.: at theo'd
Chirk barber ehop will find them now
lit the slioji nf Mmlllotl-t V (iaile. We
will appreciate your business- and
hope to liavu you call around. M
Klectric light globes for sale, :W
caudle power if cents each. Bryan
Water, Light A Power (V, T. J.
Preston, Manager. til
Are gaining new friends
every day, their uuperior
finish,corafortable fit and
excellent wearing quali
ties and1 the price at
which they are sold is a
revelation to wearers of
mens shoes. We have
hundreds of customers
on these famous shoes
that tell us they would
as soon wear a Walk'
Over as most any of the
five and six dollar makes.
Our shoe business has
doubled since we began
handling Walk 'Over
Shoes: we have only to
sell a man one pair to
make him a permanent
Trice always plain
leal her $3.50, patent
leather $4.00. See our
show window for new
spring styles.
The time for payment of taxea for
l'.Ci2 without penalty has been
tended to and including February Vi.
It is e 1 pec ted that all who have not
paid, and there are many, will d so
trfore the time expires. Uu Mar.-h
lt delinquent llsla w 111 be placed in
hands ot deputies for forcible culler
tions. The full amount due for real,
personal and poll will be demanded.
All properly, other than the home
stead, is llattle to levy to satisfy
taxes due the state and county. To
correct any erroneous lmpredon as
to liability of persons to tho payment
of poll tag and making their prop,
erty liable to seizure to satiety same
the following from the attorney gen
eral is given :
Hon. It. W. Fluley, Comptroller.
Austin, Texas,
pear Sir: Your letter of N'ovem-
l-r -"'til lias been received. You
alt if personal property exempt
from taxation and forced khIm under
execution call te levied Upon and ,
eold to satiufy the poll tax due l y
the owner. I
You are respectful! ' advWed t tint I
the property mentioned is lUhle to I
ne.iire niid sale to eatisry the poll
tax due bv the owner. Sen Kin et
al V Will'iauis. 3 S. W. Bept. Ui.
Very respect lully.
(Signed) II. It. Lockett.
tltllce A sift. Atty. (t.neral.
lB-r is the attorney gnu-rat' and
court vs. self constituted authori
ties, and my duty will be to ob.y
the law aa given above.
J. J. Ad.'MI!,
w 17JM Tag Collector Braz.is Co.
Having been requested bv several
yoiinnr nu n to take a rl in tlo
iierinan language, I will announce
that on Fmlay night Feb. nth, at S
p. 111., 1 will meet ail those wlm may
bit iu'ereeted in tll'l lllittter, III th'
room ustairs over the City market
to arrange for starting a cla.
5. Hugo KndUr.
Maypcarl Auction Sale Postponed.
Tlio auction sale of town lots a.l
vertUed to take place at Maytiearl,
the new lowhfclte oil the Fort Worth
IHvUion of tho International AtJrent
Northern Itallroad. Thursday. Feb
ruary ft, ha been poatpoued until a
later date, announcement of which
will b made In due time.
I'artte deniring to purchase lot At
this new town prior to date of auction (
sale may do ao by applying, to the '
representative of the hinltli l.anil t
Improvement Company, who w!M be
found in the I. A U. N. ib pot at May
pearl. D.J. Price. O.l'&r.A..
Paleatlne. Texas.
Try C. Q.pPncia VTc.r;k:et
re door McOaS's fswt start, lor alt kind of
presh flleats
i i1
Haay to reach ON MAIN STREET. J
AaarchM Wba Ati.(.lt ! Kill
tttfHil4 Arratg a4.
Brussels. t. . The trial of Cn
Bs.ro Ru'jlno. the Italian anarchist, on
a chargn of attempting t0 assassinate
King Leopold, November IS. by firlng
tbres shots at blm while bt was return
ing from Uie cathedral here after at
tending lbs Te Ileum la memory ot
the late Queen Henrietta, opened la
the assize court.
It u lil no replied volubly to all Inter
rogations, and whenever he utterM tbs
word "anarrhy" he raised his voice aa
though exulting In his connection
therewith. The prisoner bitterly as
sailed modern society as the cause of
all evil, declaring he only attempted to
take the life of the king tcaue the
latter lu the highest representative
of aoclety.
Ilutiino added tht he Intended going
to i'aly to make an attempt on the life
of the Italian monarch, but did not
bave sufficient funds.
The IIMorWt IrUb Mrertare IHipoutl ml
I I'ablic AnrtlnM.
nuhlln. Feb. fl The historic hall ol
Tara wan sold at auction and realized
IIS.500. The pun-hawr la a lady whom
name la not announced. L'ntil the
Sixth century Tara hall was head
quarters of the Irish kings, and a P-l-lar
six feet bii;h U .it: II pointed to as
the coronation dtone. It was also the
Druids' headquarters and the mte ol
King Cormark h splendid court. Th
last important gsthetlng on the hill ol
Tara wis In 143. when a glgsntlc
meeting was in-1 there under the aus
pices of Daniel O Coaii.ll, a bo urged
repeal of the union.
It Will Hoe Through .Narlhvre Ntd.
I Uh nnl I Blllornl
San FrancifMo, Feb. 6. There ars
tr.dl.at.on. tb.t S.n Kr.ne, Is to
nave anomer irsnHi'nni'.neniai rail
road. The new road which the Ran
Kranlia Terminal Hallroad and
Ferry company propose to build will
run from Oakland to (Jrjvllle. From
that point it will follow Irani he of
Kenrhcr river over to Purdy on the,
state lin ancl then cross northern Ne
vada and ('tab to connect with one of
the four IrTKe eastern lines. The In
company Is Incorporated for IG.0o0.0ui.
Kmm SlliUtr at Mar A.k.il la K.lla
quUh III. Caamiiil.
Tucson. Ariz . Feb. 6 Advices from
IIermoillo. Mexico, state that General
Luis Torres bia resigned bia com-
mand of the ITrst military tone by re-1
queiit. He la succeeded by Brigadier j
(ieneral Lorezo Torri-s. The reason as-
signed by the minister of war Is that
Torres Is not auive eiiugh against tbs
Yaqul Indians.
M mm. fat I la Slag la Aaer(ea.
Indn, Feb. C Adrlina Pattl anal
ly signed a contract for sixty concert
In America, comment eing November 3
farmer lt.Jolrla(
Topeka. Kan . Feb. 6. Farmers la
Decatur county rejoice over a snow
fall of a foot.
Box office of th theitre at Mobile.
Al.. was robbed of $"(m j
Crlss Cro VI1M W. Y. Hamner at
a saw mill near Malvern. Ark.
Ten cars were plied up In a Texas
and Pa Iflc freight wreck near Old
Ireland. i
Jack Smith, a well digcer. f!l Intr
a deep hoii? near Dev. re. Tex, and
was killed. j
l.'mpU.-r of Cott.m Belt an I Frl.-co
roidii are voting on a v. ak-f propotion
from thnne roails
Attorney (o-neri McCI-ing of Mis
sisippl h.is re.h:ni-J. W.ll.am Wll
li.vms succ ed him.
Four flrernen w.-re Hii!Ti-ited to
dc:ifh tiy nitric n t imm d;:nn a Bre
at M.laankee. Wis.
Tl.e three rar-old daughter of N.i'h
an Sliota.-ll of drove Creek. Hill
county. Texas, burned t' death
Maon!c temple building at Ibtuston
was Mild fur Jloiiri.in, it mil ho con
verted mto a t!i at'-r.
Salvation Army (;-"i-ra! Booth cv
pert 4 10 yt rdi.-ii a tolo-iy In the rii s
b!t of Uiui-i.tn.1. nar l-al.e C!nrl . j
Twenty Ave r.ecr.) laborers emp'cy '
ol on a pipe line betaeeii Pour Luke
and Beaumont, Tex, have quit work.'
fear ng violence. j
A larice kitchen fork was jabbed
Into the head of a colored girl lit
Olie. Tex. It penetrated th. bralu. ,
A negro hoy a am-M.-d.
Joe llarrlc. a tocro t.ov. Vnd hU1
lier.it niir.tit l"tt iri a toot nn I hf
biiy of a Inrgt tree n, ar (I.-male-i !
Tex., and his r.e. k I'J'im-ii
Blonitle Mnrtl- iri. a forn.er S r:fh
ern I'm lil swit-'.i:-i!:i. wa; tin-1 at
fiier tlitu In It" I' m::. ' L. tM t,iu
O.T.icr Itiley was plan i In 3.1. 1
M.s-iis C'rawf,)i I :..i I Vaii had a
lively t:',t tn Hie b'aer li.il-e u tb.
T xns legiitlatui'e over t. i .j 1.. 1 d '1 Jin'
cattle bill of prc.i.t ii.v !,i,.m.
Committees reprem :r t::ilnmon
and coiiihu tors ut t ie M,..m,ii. Kau
nas ami Texas railroad rtj.iled at St
Louis an Imrea-e of 11 p, 1 i.-m. They
deinund 2u per cent.
Ilrlscpe Frederli ksop. an aK"d ne
gro, charged with criminal assault on
a simple-minded white r.'.rl. n tried
at Henderson and given life imprison
rnent. He had been In the Hunk jwn
Itentlary slni-e July for fear of mob
violence. ' '
Mrs. J. n. Brady of Sun Antonio,
who had $.1000 worth of jewelry stol
en from her while In a sleeping car
two years ago near Rogus, Ark., ba
recovered the valuable at Kansas
City. An arrest waa madt. but she
refuse to prosecute. There waa a re
wara of lii)0.
if resa
Crackers, Cales, and large assortment of
dandies, Scotch Oals, Cream of Hheal,
force and Milla-I'da, Vremier Canned
Goods, Buck lilteal Flour in hulk, in fad
erej)lhing to male your table u hat you
rotId, have it. Give us your account this
month and t e k ill tale pleasure in doing
all h e can to phase you. . Vhone tf.
& Compony.
Now is the time t orJcr!
We are Local AjL-nts for
The M. P.
Lithographers and Blank Book
And are prepared" to take your
! tD order. This arrangement
S'uth practically at your door.
No. 720 Seventeenth St.,
'If cvrry tulUrring woman
hxa tb urrx rxpmcncc wrtth
Tin of Cifdui that 1 hai,
your mfdicina will be tnost
popular. About a yar spo
I bVexn to have a worn out
tired flir.g with lsito&,
pains in tba baclc and bad
w bkh kevi incrrasine cvT
month. I bit that I rxtdtd
somclbinp. but to rt th
rizht m Jit Ins was tba trow-bU-
I hnally dVciia 00
your Tin of Cardul aai only od4 to
Uka three bortl when I waa fully re
WI"L5 ?i
I ' j tl.eliov
is Rose Owens, who
responsible iiosition in
overnmcnt s-rvii"e at
YYadiiDL'ton. 1. C. decided to
try Wine of Cardui. she made a wim
choice. Over a million women have
been relieved of female wcaknees by tbis
sati.e Wine of Cardui. It is not a
strong, medicine but may be taken every
day in the vear by any woman, wiui
benefit. It dues not force results, but
corrects derangements of the mrnstrual
organs. It strengthen the nervous
system, give tone to the bodily func
tions, acts directly on the remtal
organs, and is the bnrst tonic for wo
men known to the science of inedicina.
Exiine Co.
order fur anythin-jintheway
whether regular st xk or made
places the largest stock in the
Phone us and we will call.
If you are a mSering wo
man we would say to row
tbat Wine of Cardui seldom
fail to completely cure any
case of female iL. We say
emphatically, it nercr fail
to Lenet.L Erery day hun
dreds of sufferers are writing
to our Indies' Adrisory
partment. Tie letter are
opened Ly persons conipa
tcQt to ffive advice. AIn.
Jone was cured l follow-
inji the advu'e which waa freely pi van
her by the f.aJie' Advisory T 1 art
nient. Miss Owen wa ctir'd without
advice by just laving a fl.OJ bottle of
Wine of Cardui froa ber dnicpitt and
taking this preat medicine ia the pri
vacy if Lot b. mc. No doctcr'i ex
amination, treatment or advice is nec
enry. ou have rea 1 what th.-sa two
cured" women have written. I this not
enough to l.-.-ul yn to determine to be
rid of sufftfrirgr
August 13.1IXK). Mr. V. II. Joaj,
of I'ameron, Mo., writes:
"Iiuftfrvo terribly st monthly period
for three vein. I would snort ii net ro (or
even months with 00 How at all. Now
I have ray health back spin aa an
exprrmff to be confine J Jsauary. I
eaonal prase your medicine ewourli,'
A million luffrricg' wojuas
ks fiund reocf ia
Wine of Cardtif. "
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Houston & Texas Central
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