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NEW FARMERS' INSTITUTE DIRECTOR.
1T1 i GUARANTEED TO RE TUF. I1EST THAT'S MILLED. J u si Received a Shipment ol i FRESH MACKEREL KUS-SARDINKS, CRYSTAL CODFISH. SHKFD CODFISH, HOLLAND AND DOMESTIC IIRHRING FRESH CAULS AM) CRACKERS, ft Mil MAI 'Phone 114 R. Q. TABOR, Agent Kl YORK LIFE INSURANCE . 0 HI 1 BRYAN. TEXAS H.AT.C. HCHF.M'LK. SOHTIt HOI'NH TKAIMC No. 1 1:19 a.m. No. 3 '.Mfl p.m. No. 6 U:'S a.m. No. 7 (Waco) lo:U a.m. KofTII iur.n thai.ks: No. 2 l2:Mp.m. No. 4 1:01 p.m. No. 6 3::la.iu. No. 8 (Waco) ": wp.m. I. AO. N. HCHKI)i:i.K. MOI'TII llnlM) TK lH. Sq. I arrive at 1:15 p.m. No. 7 arrives at '.':n3a. m. MlXTH Htll'MI TKAIXft. Nd. 2 arrives at 12:0.1p.m. No. 8 arrives at 11 :5a p. m. Local flebvs W. A. Robinson hat gone ti Mar liu. J.S. foil v litetl Itearue y ster day. Mr. S. W. Law visited Iff Aru eterday. K. Kohd returned tit 1 1 outn yeterday. Choice roasting cart at I'liiikn A Fountain's. V.M (ion. II. H. Stoddard went to Houston yesterday. Will Hell wa In from the Pramm bottom yeterday. (lood butter all the tini ut Clarke A Fountain a. '.'.I I II. M Wllauuof Palestine wan in the city yesterday. California celery and grape. F.I Paao grape. Howell liroa. l!'.l E. S. Mount of Nacogdoches wa In the city yetcrday. Ml Frankie Artntroii.r returned to Hearue yesterday. Freh grape and begi-hea, kooI lo rat, at Clarke dt Fountain'. 251. Roadmaster Murk of tlio H. & T C. wa In the city yesterday. Not hard corn, but Dice, sweet roasting rare, at Clarke A Fountain'. Joe You nr. rt turned lo Rockdale yesterday. He wan tilte tick when he left. Mm. L. R. ItonnevillH and children returned from a visit to (ialvestou yesterday. Cook Wanted Liberal w,;a f.ra good cook . Apply to J. (1. Ilarrl miii, College Station. '.'U Mr. and Mm. T. II. IIenderii, of San Antonio, are (jurat of MIm Car rie King. Parents, look toyour interest. Iluy Hunker Hill school shots at Nor. wood'. 250 Wanted A good cook. Will pay fifteen dollar a month tnrlght party. J. Allen Myer. Z;i Judge J. C. 8ci.lt returned to Fratikliu yesterday to tpeml Satur day and Sunday. II. C. Itobiuaon returned yetr day, after a him In trip to San Angelo and Waco. Twenty-four pair boy' rubber ole tenni 1. hoc worth COc, to 1 1 ee for .Vi cent, at NorwMd'. 2M Mr. II. II. Holt returned to Waco yesterday after a vUit to Mr. and Mr. J. Allen Myi m. The econd hipmeiit of Hunker II ill school hoe ha Just been re ceived at Norwood'. '.'V. Hon. M. Y. Itandolph and ou llerceutative Jere lUndolph. bae returned to Madisonville. AUnthi-r liipmeiit of the American (iirl and Mary Stuart shoes received at Norwood'. 2"at Mise Winnie Thouia and Alma Cole left yeterday for Austin to m tend the State university. Law HeuderHoii left for Austin yesterday to re-enter the law depart me ut of the State university. Funeral service over the remain of Judge Spencer Ford will I held at (ho Christian church thU after noon at :i o'clock. It you are tioiitm t ()I K. it l)ollld be ii.sured. Till class business Ht-repted anywhere In town or country. flume Jt.y tleo. , AtUino. d.'Vt ;i Hanans High Grade Shoes In the newest fall styles and combinations have just been received by us. We are showing some very handsome styles in this celebrated shoe both in lace and button, made of patent vici, patent colt and vici kid, all sizes and makes. $5 and 6 Hanan shoes have been known and recognized for over a quarter of a century as the height of shoe perfection. 7arAV 3L Wat drop few's Oyiflnern. 0 0 0 0 0 O o o 0 D SGH00L Opens Monday September 14 Have you everything that you want? If not we have just received a large line lunch baskets, book satchels, pencil tablets. A FULL LINE OF S HOOL SUPPLIES. Send the children down and let us put up their list for them. : : : : E. J. Jenkins rnont i. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Butiact Hovc (or Rcat formerly occupied by Lanx&Hon, next dr to Settle A Co., on an- ette block. Apply t Fahk Ijna, Hryan, Tena. 263 Mr. Dau Matthew returned to Chappell Hill yenterday, after a viait to Dr. andd Mr. 1'aul M. IUy..r. K. H. I4imax, who ha beeu tick everal day, I Improving and w able to be out a while yesterday morning. John K. Dunn of Daila. a formtr cliin n of Hryan, now representlrg h'cattf A O'Com.or Co. of Daila on the road wt here yenterday. Tim L iu Crue caae in th diatrict court Ii.ih been ruel for Wednesday, Sept. ;0. The Morgan Colford cae ha been react tor Thursday, Oct. 1. The Kai;le U reouented by Mi Arrie Cole, president ol the Hache br (iirl' club, to call a meeting of t ie member of the dub at the home of Mi Oxelle Doremu this after- noon .it 'AM o'clock. The jury in the Moae Joue cae r turned a verdict y terday aaet I n hi punishment ut twelve, year ill the peLiteutiary. June wa one of the negroes charged with the murder of Mr. J .use Itnudolpli. Notice After Oct. I, I Willposi lively not let out buudlea without tlm c.i-h. I have to pay tlio caali to i.'1-t thin work done, hihI so must you. Take tt;riihin' nud do nut ak for credit for you will b refinted. liry. an Steam Laundry. iV (iu Liftwlck f K. (I. Dun A Co., I ialvestou, wa in town four day this week and called upon the Fault; before lie left. Mr. Irf-ftwlch say lie wm gratified to Hud Hryan hiisine coucerim aliiHt if nut Ulte unanimously in a sound con ditioii, and enjoying reut prosperity. 1'he wo.dcii approach to the Jones iron bridal; across the Hranoa river on the Hurleson county side (, ll in yeaterday morning, with a waou drawn by six mule, with six bale ol cotton. Two mule were killed, the wagon smaHlied and the driver, Tony Strang, an Italian, Injured, l-ater on a cow went on the brldire and a party attemptod to bead her ott, wheu she lespej from the. bridge upon the debris below and broke tier ne.-k. I pon hearing o the accident to the bridge, County Judge A. (i. II iard or lc red it to be repaired Im mediately, and the bridge will be open to travel aain in a few day. Soraethinf About Prol. R. L Bcoaetf Selected (or (hit Important Work. At late meeting the board of director of the Agricultural and Mechanical college selected Trof It. L. Hennett to be director of farmer' Institute work In thl statu for the year 1J 1JC4. ThU work ha been regularly provided for by the legisla ture and will be carried on under the direction of the College authori ties, a It ha been done by 1'rof. K. J.Kyleot the horticultural depart ment for several month past pending the selection of an Institute direc tor. I'rof. Hennett 1 a native of Ala bama, and received hU agricultural training in the Alabama Agricultural College, receiving tin. degree of U.S. and M. S. In agriculture. For the pant twelve year ha served with marked success at director of the experiment stations in the Culver- slty of Arkansas. During hi resi dence there he also did much practi cal institute work. He i a Southern man, educated I a the South, and familiar with the soils, products and condition wit!) which he w ill have to deal. Having madii freipieut trips to Texas, he I familiar with the state, and will bring to hi work ootn technical knowledge and prac tical experience. He come highly recommended by Dr. True, director of the federal experiment statiou. and the rrea'deut of the Arkansas Cnivemlty. He visited College be fore his election for a conference with a committee from the board of director, and the committee was greatly pleased with the result. I'rof. Iltnnett conies to the College October 1 to enter upon hi duties, and will visit all parts of the state in carrying on the Institute work. "AVE YOU GIVEN (Z J Jno. M. LAWRENCE jj & CO. AN O R li E K I FOR THIS MONTH it Not District court adjourned yesterday a mark of respect to the memory of Judge Spencer Ford. Judge A. C. Hreitx moved that In consideration of the death of Judge Ford, the ne tor of the Hryan bar, the court stand adjourued for the day, outtf respect to hi memory. Member of the bar will bold ft meeting oou to take suitable action In the matter. Win. Folk, K. H. Steadmau, Her bert lavender, F.iigene Fain, Jeff Davis, W. T. Worsham and sou were here from Orlniea county yesterday. Mr. Josephine (iris tt and Miss I.liile OrUsett were here yeaterday en route home to IoU after a viit to Palestine. Mr. W. J. Hratich 1 lu re froinj Hniifftoirto place tier oii In the Al len Academy. Mis faille Iwi of Millican left yesterday afUr visiting in Hryan. Walter Mclver of Rogers Prairie was iu the city yes.'erday. NOW ! Til TOE Premier Canned Good have no equal Sudder's Maple Syrupthe 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. EL U1SMNCE C Telephone 78 J Oysier Bar. ' T. Kept. :S Prest- dtrtt uoostvslt and hi family and the eienillxe forc will return to Washing ton neit Monday. Ths president then will hav ren absent from th capital thirteen week and to days Na Indictments Rtporttd. Wushlncmn. Sept. :$. The federal fran4 Jury Thursday rraumed consid eration ot the postofni e iii.i. but ad journed without reMtln sny Indict-inents. Jumped Into Appla Buttsr. Belle vllle. III.. Srpt. :i.-Wslter 1sse hardt. saven yesr old. mhlle rhaslnc In play ouie other children. Jumpxt tiff a porch into a settle of bolting apple butter end died In a fw hour after terrible, suffering1. Seenamhal Btte. Buffalo. N. Spt. IV-Mrs. Jeffer- on Davl aa reported sotne hat bet ter FilJay iriornlnc. Her daughter Mrs. Hayes, at New Yoik. a tle. Rrspheil to lonte. Foreigners Must Leave. Tana-ler. Morocie. Srpt. :V The ul tan ha Issued orders ordering all for elcner. tcept the consuls, to leave Fea and proceed to Tangier. Wauit he I enssged In a campaign. MINOR MATTERS. Knnls, Tex.. Ivpos have otgar!ld union. Snow fell at Saranac Lake. N V . on the tth Wells uie being s'li.U In (he ltnrl etta. Tx . oil field. Itolvrit Allen, sevenljr y-at old. sut-tld-a at Ited i!ink. N. J. El Paso ws Iiie4 by a h'avy ratn nd hail siorin on the ?ih Tour ieisona were r-tiu''l I s hotel flie at nmhetr. N. H Coineistone of Carnegie llbrarv al Greenville, Tet.. a laid n the :?th. At Anthony. X. M . :o fet of Santa F laiUav tisik waa washed nut ow ing lo a letrlfir rain. Th two-yer.old glil of Hiram Van Deuaen of near Holiart. X. wa fatally blltn by s spo'l'd adder. Master Ttakeis' Assodatioit of Teiss. In session at ll mston. d ll"d to de mand of millets a barrel of fliir 14 pounds nJ. A deputy tas s-ir was h ',1 tin bv highwaymen at Omaha. Nl , b';t when, they learned his orcupat i'tti l-t hitn to go. telling he was a bigger robber thsn themsnlvcs. Galveston will be represented at the Woild's tir by an elaborate steno graph prodtiiiton, showing the evolu tion of the cite fioni lefore the great storm to tti present time and when II will be fully protected by 'he ea wall aad raised grade. SUCCESS it one of the great pleasures of life! It follows then that we and our customers are especially well pleased We put forth our het efforts to buy the most tasteful lines of Furniture that can lc gotten for the price. Daily we a i e receiving new goods and shall re pleased to show them to jou. I r.irtsrjir-1 The tisane Bookcase B" eue Sbrary, fHs seoo. erttsuo, lo fitts wn se emy rc sssHnf now se mum saTV saaniw eannel ormwr. Cm, wi e soe turn ee foe eataWff. Lt Y BROTHERS Agenu for Bryta acd CoDcge. Y V LEVY Bros, We have a few Ice Chests, Refrigera tor vVater Cool ers t .J Ice Cteam Freezers on hand which we are of ictf ig at actual cost TAYLOR'S... Place i wheie you et polite and uj'todnte treatment; also distributor of the celebrated GEISHA RYE WHISKY riWiirvaiBiimiHiiiif niiii Luther Tavlor, Proo, BKYAS, TKXA8. T0NEEDrLcb) At the season advances you will need more feed stuffs. 1 he place to buy them cheap and secure promt attention to our order is HENRY & IIROdDON'S. carry LARGEST STOCK and can make the lowest price. We handle corn, oats, all kinds of hay and cotton ccd products everything in the feed l;ne. Turnip seed in bulk. HENRY & BROGDON Telephone sj J j