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s STANDS BY MINISTER isiieisilBaii aa njnnwwfr4 tmiltt TIU il economical yet alsortmlDallng. Tot place ti k r dupoMi the proper equipment and jrou hare the foundation ot abrpy bom. 25c HcOlrh 0U. tot Bcetoa Brown Bakes jq Flour A 1 car )uM reclTt4-nw I fZ wheat .. I,J frek Mackervl tic, I (or 0 FM Mackerle iOo 1 for 05c 20c giuton, -, I f tUoa sew Boor Kraut Freeh Chteee Mol.we, umlelesa Mb Woe cans .Z.- v Food al mini mum pnotiare Of COflMHjUCQr la the borne. Not t b brand ud the prtoeatf wblb we mU tola week. The system ami cleanliness of our store will invite your patronage. Satisfaction guaranteed. DAIISBY & DANSBY, TELEPHONE 114. R. Q. TABOR, Agent Mil Yl lift INSURANCE I 1 BRVAM. TEXAS IMt H.AT. 0. SCHEDULE. XOKTII HOl'XD TRAIN: No. I 4:1 No. 3 2:08 No. No. 7 (Waco) 10:41 OCTH LoCSD TkAIXR: ...l'JiM IrM JU No. 2 No. 4 No. No. 8 (Waco) 6:44 A.M. p.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a. in. p.m. I. AO. N. SCHEDULE. "jWl'TH Burst) YRAINH. So. 1 arrives at 4:15 p. m. No. 7arrlvee at );S3. m. NOHTH IIOC5I) TRAIN' (I. No. 2 arrive at 11:03 p. m. No. bVrivee at tl:3ij. in. Local JVcbus luOO boye school suite at Coulter'a. N. 8. Iluckliaulta waa lu the city yeaterday. Freeh Mackerel at Clarke k Foun tain. 14 Cjr Kuouti tf Tabor waa in town yeaterday. Soroale per.tloee.ta black mercerised eatlue at Cofta. SB 47 Judge Jno. X. Henderson went to Dallaa yesterday. Three tnilk eowa for aale. Apply to M. I.. Wallace. SS5 Claude IVrll haa been on the alck Hat the past w daya. Htartright. Trade with ue. Clarke A Fountain. 4 Mra. V. 8. Wilson la visiting rela Uvea at Huataville. Horn to Mr. aud Mra. A. L. Hanks, Wednesday, a daughter. Mra. Johnnie Koppo la iuite alck at hia homo at Kurten. For Halo 4Jno good delivery wag on. two mules and two Jersey cuwi fresh In milk. Chna. KnntilAUi-h.SJI Mr. C. H. Shepard of Krenham la the jMicet of Mra. T. F. Caatlea. Watch Coulter'a kitchen depart ment and eee it grow. It3 47 1000 pair boya knee pant all wool and fancy worateda at Coulter'a. flood auminer coreeta, R. & O. make.sne. At Coulter'a. 215-47 J. A. D. Iloblnaoti ia quite aick at hla home In the Wixon community. The aoroela are the beat ettfcoata made you ran get tliem at Coul ter'a. 33-47 Mlaa Kate Lawrence haa been visiting the past week near Whee lock. Mlaa Kdna Weeden of Kettiel, returned from a visit to Martin yea terday. Marriage licenaea were laaued yea terday to C. Holland and Mlaa Mary Hortan. Mother Mary Joaeph and Madam Incarnation left for Oalveston yea terday. Victor hnyder. cotton buyer for (leo. W.Smith A Co. left for Marlln yeaterday. Mra. J. W. Howell and Mlaa Jen ule Howell hare returned from a rialt to Dallaa. Capt. J. J. Adatna haa returned from Marlln and haa been on the aick Hit tiila week. Kl l'aao drapes, California Peara, IVatchea, drapes, Etc., alwaya at Howell Uroe. SH The lady who wauta an everlaating kitchen utencil ahould aeo Ileld'a 4i 1 1 met tinware at Coulter'a. 3 17 Mra. M. W. 8ima returned yeater day after an extended viait to San Antonio, Auatln, Ft. Wortti and Coreicana. Oua Btevener and daughter Mine Kmlly SteTener of Kurten were In the city yeaterday and the lattr went to Marlin. Sam J. Seay of Mart waa tiere yeaterday and took the third degree in Maaonry in Ilraioe Union l.itde No. T laat night. U. M. Mrandon went to Hearne yeaterday to meet Mra. Krandon, who 1 1 ii been upending the auminer at ChatauiUa, N. Y. They reached homo yeNterilay afternoon. m til t T.Tt.T. 11 What L. J. Cox & Son iv do! We'll Irir Into jmur gutter And dnllrerat yonr door, A finer (ride of bottrr Than Too t?rr ale liefore. . We'll ilo brlRg a chunk of rheeee ThMTl mike rou long for more) We alia the epicure to pleaee, Witb tootbeome biu filora. m New tail hats Our entire line of soft and stiff Hats for the coming fall and winter have arri ved and now await your inspection, the line this season contains somever y handsome styles, includ ing a number of entirely new shapes and colors. V teflon V 4, $5 P rinceton 3 V a r s i i y See our Window Display of new fall styles Parks & Waldrop Mea's Omttltttn. Dr. Wagner. Hon. Jno. 8. Stewart and mother, Mra. Chaa. Stewart, Jim OllMteainl Mra. Kockwell Hoakitia of Hotutrtti, Mra. H. C. Fraoka of Marlin and John Wlckea of Beau mont arrived yeaterday on a vlalt to Mr. and Mra. Wickea, being called hereon account or the lltneia of Mra. Wickea, who haa been very aick, but waa reported better yeater day. Mr. W. M. Itlce. about SO yeara ok), died at hla home at Edge Wed eaday morning and waa burled near Franklin In Robertson rounty the day following. He had been a resident of the county only about a year. Hia wife died several yeara ago. He leavea several children. The prohlbitioiitata announce an excurtlon to Mlllicau Huuday morn ing to hear Mra. Zehner apeak. II. A T. C. train leavea Kryan at : a. in. and lavee Millican at 1:.) p. m. Round trip 75 centa. Howell Hroe. will exhibit nine head of their fine red polled cattle at the Dallas and San Antonio falra. Tills will be an excellent advertise ment for Hraioe county. The county board of examinn-a are hiilinK a two day session at the courthouie with six white niul four teen colored applli'iinta for teachera' cirtluVntrs. The Montgomery iiianmlaiiRliter cane will he tried at the approaching term of the Hraoa county dUirlrt court n a cliane of v nui from (Irliiu a county. rostmahter Myers ia having the olllce painted w hite. The boxes are to be finiihed up in gilt, and the Hew olllce will bo linitle iilte at tractive. I can now sell ynu the oame black mercerized aatlne petticoats for el.On that you have been paying fl.fio for, aoroala make. W. J. Coulter. 2.'t-47 If you are looking for quality try "Monarch" it costs no more. Clarke & Fountain. i'll Dr. Itaysor has returned after a visit of several iliiv to Chappell Hill MIks Jennie Cox 'has returned to Franklin after a vUit t Mra. C. (1. Walker. Try ua thla mouth, we will please you. Clarke A fountain. 2.14 M. M. McDonald of Macy waa In the city yesterday. John Davla of Iota w aa in the city State Ivjiartment Hack l'p Rcpre tentative at J!oota. SAYS HE IS' CORRECT Kterjr Krpreeatatloa That Amerlcm UepreReatallve Haa Made Upon Canal Matter la Deemed te Ua I'roprr. WuMiliiKton, Repl. . Additional In ktru' lions have tern tabled Mr. Heuu Ire, lha American minister at Ilognta. relteratlnf the rwaltion of thla ov ernment regirdlng the canal treatf. The U:e tlepurinient amiim entire responilltilllr for every rrpre senlallon of Mr. IWaupre to the HuRota g-overn-ment concerning the treaty and hla ac tivity In thla direction la heartily en dorsed by the president and Secre tary May. Mlnlater Iteupre'a latest Instruction advise htm that President RnnnevHt win not enter into any ar-rsecrno-ni ith the Colombian govern, meat whiih will hamper hla acope of action under the canal law. Thla gov. ernment will not Indicate what Its course of action will be la the event the treaty la rejected. Dr. lierran, the Colombian charge, will be aafced aa to the truth of hla re ported crlllclam of Minister tieaupre'a activity at Bogota. The alleged crit icism by Mr. lierran waa not well received at the state department. Mr. Calvo, the Cos I a Rlcan minis ter, spent some time at the elate de partment In conversation with Secre tary Hay about the canal situation. Tbe vlalt waa entirely Informal. Until Sf-rt. 2. when the time for the ratifi cation of the Hay-Henan treaty ex pires, the Nlcaragoan and Costa Rica a govern men te appreciate that It would be Improper for the t'nlted States te epen negotlatlone looking to the eon. structton of the canal by another route nnleas In the meantime the Colombian eongTeee shall formally reject the treaty, which It haa not yrt done. OBEY OMITTED. Husband and Wife Sign a Purported Bill ef Righte. rblladelphta, S'pt. 4 Something new In the wedding ceremony formula baa been evolved at the marriage ef Katherlne fisher of thla city and E. 8. Rosa ef Rrooklyn. The word "obey waa omitted by the magistrate, and after the certificate had been prop erly filled out and signed Mr. Rose produced a document which proved to be a sort ef bill of rlghia In which Rosa clearly deflflnee what he concedes to be the personal and Inalienable rights ef hla wife, and In which the Utter seta forth the admitted prerogatives and privilege claimed by her husband. The couple with four witnesses signed tbe document DELLA R0BBIA. The Stolen "Descent" From tKa Crown Has Been Recovered. Rome, Fept. 4. The police of Flor ence succeeded In finding the valuable Delia Robbla baa relief, representing the "Descent from the Croew." which was atolen laat January from ihe ora tory of the Rrotherhood of the Annun ciation at bepln. Several persona have been arrrated. They are alleged to have formed an association of thlevea to send antique worka of art abroad. It Is eirr'"l other precious objects which hue recently dlsapieared will be recovered. AGAINST TEXAS COTTON. Drastic Meaaurea Decided en te Keep it Out ef Leuiaiana. 8hreveiirt. Iju Sept. 4 At a Joli.t meeting of cotton planter), gl.iner and cotton oil mill men. hld here, a compatt waa entered into for the mi!! not to receive or bur anv cotton seed from Teias. The meeting was held under the ausplrea of the boul weevil committee of the Planters' association All of ihe oil mills of the state were represented. Drast'c ineasurea will be taken to keep Trias Bd out of th market. Is In Charge. New York. Sept. 1 -Prank J. Hearn. formetly president of the National Tub nn'pnny. hue Iwc-n placed In full control of the t'olorado Fuel and Iron corrpuny. BASEBALL. Dallaa Had a Walkover. Poll. i. Sept. 4. The lth a.ime ol th Ti-n l.-Bgue chnniilon-h! netl.n waa won iwiilly l y Inllu, the lo. ;i aiming eleven tlinei mil the Wnco llea lut three. Mulk.y of the latter tlub a an ensy prnixxntlon fur IVil laa In the flrit Inning- it g"itne ten runa duilng that time. Rnlling waa steady throughout the game. Southern League. At nirnilngham lllrnilnghnin, S; New Orleans. 0. At Nashville Nashville. JJ; I.lttle TXCHk. 1. At AtUntn Memphis. 4; At'anla. 2. At Montgomery Montgomery, C; Fhrevrpoit. J. National League. At Rrooklyn New York, : Ilnx- lyn. 0. At 1'hli ngo St. Louis, ; Chicago. I, At Plttsliuig Pittsburg, a Cincin nati. 3. At Philadelphia first game: Phil adelphia, 4: Itoalon, 1. Second game: lloeton. I; Phlladelphl.i. 0. Ame-lean League. At liosion Itoaton, ( Philalelphl.i. 5; twelve Innlnga. At Washington New Toik. S; Wash ington. I. At Chlrago-8t. Ixttitn. 1; Chicago. 0, At Cleveland Cleveland, 1: Detroit, i HAVE YOU GIVEN., Jno. &co. FOR THIS MONTH Q VE YOU OIVEN.CN . M. LAWRENCE JJ :o. ANORDEK V J. It Not IS II TEE Premier Canned Good have no equal Sudder's Maple Syrup-thc best Mrs. Kidd's Pin-Money Pickles are gaining favor every day. Our line of Pickles, Cereals and Fancy Goods of all kinds is complete in every way. jno. a yiwra Telephone 78 TAYLOR'S... Place ia where you get polite and nptodate treatment; alao distributor of the celebrated GEISHA RYE WHISKY Luther Tavlor, Proo. BRYAN, TEXAS. IHUIIHaillMMI BEG1N1NG TO NEED FEED Aa the season advance! you will need more feedstuff. 1 he place to buv them cheap and secure promt attention to your order ii'HENRV & BROG DON'S. We Cin IMC LARGEST STOCK and can make the lowest pricei. We handle corn, cats, all kinds of hay and cotton seed product everything in the feed line. Turnip seed in bulk. HENRY & BROGDON Telephone 53 n3333HS3H3S ISl JNO. A. MOORE Fire and Accident.. jpj J INSURANCE ixil ESTABLISHED !: Ff m I'M tot 'V ESTABLISHED !: Kueoweor to A. D MoCoonloO Twenty-five yeara espericiu'e liaa ena bled thla agency to secure an exception ally atrontr line of companies, and In asking a share of the public patronage we feel that the record of the past la a aure guarantee for the future, l'oliciea written on Store Buildlnga and Stocka, Dwellings and Conteiita, Gin llouaea and Machinery, etc. Your patronage will be appreciated. Telephone No. 62. JOHN A. MOORE Acetylene Gas WiIijut Mv.Cor guoJ.ilo is pre part'd to pl.uc... in for everybody, using tin tvt gas generators and finest gaso liers at the right price. Have him call and explain the economy in using Acetyline Gas. Leave orders at McCorcjuodale's stable yeaterday.