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DRIED Fsacr Ertporsted Applss, psr fxjunj (.botes fTaporld Aplr','per pound Fife. Et(Krtl Pf tchtt, Vr pound 814 (Ulal&s, par pound Prunta, pr pcuod ' g Mapls tijrnjp,'rai 7 Pacaa'tcV FRUITS 15c : 121c 121c 10c 10 and 121c 50c Mapl Bjrrup, M-r quirt cm Mapls 87 nip,'pr halffalloo Ulchluu Appl BnttirVionithini' (ood Dolso lirown Mao'i'o P) kli'd',' pif doVVo 25c 8Mt Mii'tidi iVkiiii"pVq'oait '. 25c Boor MiieS iSrkiVw," ptr ijuirt " 20c nun Cucumber pUkl,' psr'doiVa j KiJaoa A Urovn Tomato Catsup '5C Fonxt-ll Tomato Catsup 25C Fcmdull Hi ill OrvMlng 35C DuBk!-y'i i.clt-rr Salad ' 25C Hi PliklVd pWaii'-Bwa , 50c Many other Good things to rat too numerous to mention. Give us your order DANSBY & DANSBY PHONE in "The Tlacc Where You Get Your Coffee" RAILROAD TIME TABLE. II. A T. C. SCIIKM'LK. NOKTII HOUND TRAINS No. 3 p m No. 6 V2 M am Sol.TII pound thai.nr: No. 2 3:40 p.m. No. 8 2:48a.m. I. A U. N. SCHFDl'LK. SOUTH BOUND No. 11 arrives at... THAINH. 4 :.v p. in. NOHTII BOUND TRAIN. No. 12 arrive at :10 a. iu J. L. Cht..tlan visited Hearne ys terday. White mohair lit Wagner 4 Bran don's. 103 W. ('. t'oUon f IoU was Id the city yesterday. House fur rent. Apply to Tvlt r Haswell. 10t Morgan ("loss of Tabor wan in the city ysterday. New goods daily at Wij;mr A Brandou's. 1W O. M. Tl"r wan here frm Kauf man yesterday. White silk grenadine at Warner A Brandon's. ' '' Hob Battle of Wellborn win in the city yesterday. Cottaire for rent. Apply t Mrs. Ada C. Wallace. J. 15. Cavltt of Wheelock wn In the city yesterday. Flow red nt t f.r eveilng w ar at Wanner A Brandon's, bd (5. R. Dlckerson wu a visitor from Vlllorn yesterday. Wash silks I" '1' colors at War ner A Brandon's. Fugene C. Blake of Houston wm In the city yesterday. Don't fail to ses ths whit waist ing at Warner A Brandon's. 1 A. II. McSwaln of Hock 1'ralrle was in town yesterday. The latest In neckwear for ladies at Wajrner A Brandon's. I The r !. ts of the Carnegie library from its share of the receipts of the I'arkerCamival Company perform ance here amounted to I'Cli. The library received 10 per ceiit of the total receipt of ths company from the operation of tt.elr nierry-go-round. Fern wheel and shows. Ti.e library aUo receiveil l &i from Mr. I.Hnipkin. the mo inir picture man, for rent of i portion of tlie librury building. The library's share of the receipts from the I'olb'ire (ilee Club entertainment wan 111 (17; total from the three sources named, T0 !. Ir. J. M. Nicks lift yesterday for I U future lupinn at Jacksonville, Texas. Notice has already appeared In the F.airle of I r . Nicks' Intention to move away from the comity. I r. , Nicks has lived here for liille years, i practicing nieiliciiie during that time in thlit p.ttl.ih, and he enjoys the! esteem of our people, both as a prac-1 tltlouer and ns a K'lit letimii. As such the KhkI" commend him to i the people aiiihIik whom he will lo- i cat". W.W. Hudasill and K. T. tlalUtlu went down to Oitlvestoti yesterday In response to a no ' tlit I'ncle ham liailatiii of Tabor, wlnrfis there nudi r h spitnl trearmeiit, was siuk lux rapidly. The last news csme from H"V J'anihy Who went to (nilvestoii Monday nulit. Mr. (iallatiu was lately operated upon for cancer of the stomach. When you are nick you want to see the doctor. When your walls are sick and unsightly you should see me; 1 have all the latest treatments In wall decoration svt money saving prices. Novelties of all kind. See Foxy Urandpit wall paper. For your Moors ue Uotfers Main Moor rlu- ih. the kind ttiat does not mar nor turn white; makes beautiful hard wood floors in all the popular shades. 1'hone :k;G. J.O.OrexK. l' if. mm t i m MAKtRi'. EW yRr I'd nx t Clothes fat. n Mens Spring J tills Single and double breasted in Blue Serge, Black Unfinished Worsteds, Thibets, Fancy Wor steds, Cassitneres and Home spuns, coats three button, cut long and loose, collars wide. vest single breasted with collar, trousers made full with belt oops. This label jlfredpenjainin5(9 AAKCR5 itWyRK with all its fame never went on prouder line or one that would add more toils prcstagc. We have many exclusive pat terns which we can not dupli cate, so vou had better come early. $10 to $20 Waldrop Clothiers and Furnishers James Wilmu Jr. and T. W. Frame of F.dfre. wers in the city yesterday. New ods on display at Wairner A Brandon's. M M. A. B..lt of Mobile. Ala., is the cueH of Iir.Watkln and family. Dr. Odoin tf Kurten was in the city ye uterday. For the best of everything III lite Insurance see It. (J. Tabor d-tf J Jud ndge Scott on yesterday appointed W. Batts. Cy Koonts and C K. Jones iurv commissioners. Tim lluest barbecued meats seven days in the week at market. V. W. Foster has returned from Willow Hole and reports J. S. Kirk ham. who has been dangerously , tetter. Buchanan's ll4 K. J. Fountain A Co. have for sale : it. , ts Turnips Onions I-ettuce Kadishes Apple OraiiKe Mraw berries. J(. L. Ball, brother of Dr. O. M. Ball. who spent sonic time at College last year, has purchased ths Inde pendent Journal, published at Ala mosa, Colorado, and re-entered the ranks of the newspaper fraternity. The Kaxle extends best wishes. The Bryau I.Uht Ouards, fifty strouir. Capt. Howard Cavitt com maiidinir, leave today tor Austin to take part iu the reception to l'r-s- 1 J. lit Boosevelt. They -o via the I. A O. N. Brazos I'liion l,.,le No. t'.ti held a called meeting Monday night and conferred the Fellowcraft degree upon a. II. Allphin and the Master's degree upon I'rof. Drummond of College. The Deestrick Skllle Is the next fun maker on the program for Bryan people. Bead the advertisement in the opera bouse space, and don't fail tu get ready and c to "skule" Fri day ti I (flit. It's All a Mistake. Mr. Allen Smith has purchased His Interest of Mr. T. A. Searcy In tlie Bryan Grocery Company, and Is now solo proprietor of tlie business which he will continue at the same stand. Mr. Smith ha been a mem ber of the firm several years and Is thoroughly familiar with every de tail of the business. He is a hustler and has employed competent assikt auce. Mr. Searcy has uot yet de termined what line of business tie will eugage in. but for the present may tx found at the I. A O.N. do- pot. His many friends will be glad M learn that he has no intention of leaving Bryan. Mrs. T. J. McQueen, mother of Mrs. ClillA. Adams. I very ill in Houston, and relative have been summoned to her bedside. Major Adams received ft telegram from Cnbeen Blake yesterdar and left last night for Houston. Mrs. Adams was visiting in Dallas. (In sale at Wagner A Brandou's 27 Inch Pongee, natural color. White and colored wash silks. Flowered organdie. White waisting. Crepw uellue. lttl Manuel Orsves. colored. wanted on charge of simple assault, was ar rested In this city Monday by Deputy Sheriff J. D. Coulee, and "had In his possession a sack with two pistols in it. He was lodged In Jail. Divorces were granted in the dis trict court yesterday iu the following cases: Addie Nicholas ts. Jack Nicholas, John Boston vs. Laura Boston. J. W. Brow u, a well known editor, formerly of the Beaumont Filter prise, I on the road in the Interest of the Cosmopolitan Magazine, and raid the Kairle a call yesterday. Sir. Brown will be here several (lav. Millinery Opening el T ef w 0 Wagner & Brandon Wagner & Brandon WE ANNOUNCE OUR SPRING THURSDAY AND FRIDAY API fifli M Our hats are both elaborate and exclusive. We have the hat of the sharp contrast and harmonious blending of colors. Many new shapes and styles becoming to every face. Miss Williamson, who gave eminent satisfaction in this department two years ago is again in charge and will be pleased to have the ladies come, look, try on and buy, should they find hats to please them. Everybody cordially invited. Very Respectfully, WA GNER & BRANDON. 0 For Sale Jeriey cows fresh in milk, S to 170 each. Also fine Sil ver Wyandotte and leghorn chick ens. J'rices on application. K. It. Anderson, Navasot. Texas. U'4 Officers of the local K. ot I', lodge on yesterday sent a telegram of con dolence to the widow of the late Grand Chancellor Frank J. Bell, killed In Dallas Monday. Mrs. H. Kohde. Miss Nellie Kohde and Mli Kate Webb returned from Houston yesterday. James A Nunn have rented the brick building adjoining their fur niture store for a warehouse to ac commodate the increasing demauds of their business. Col. D. T. Williamson will leave today for (iat.sville, from which place he will go to Fort Worth to make his home. His many friends here sincerely regret his departure. Mr. C. U. l'resnal of Harris school community visited the F.sgle oltlce yesterday, and brought news of a picnic to le given at Harris school house April 15. House for II. nt One block from I. A O. N. d. pot. Mrs. I.aur.i Kp pe. In" Mr. F. H. Selden leaves today to visit in Houston. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. D.uwin have returned from Willow Hole. Mr. Darwin Is on the sick list. J. H. Suber of the College com munity was In the city yesterday. Wall paper at 1 cents per roll and up. See J U. Uregjr, I'hone H6S 106 Mrs. Offa Williams and Mis Nan nie Williams were visitors from Wellborn yesterday. Whits and colored linens, plain or fancy, at Wagner A Brandou's. Ii3 Marriage license: John B. Rhodes and Dinah J. ItUby. Jones Faster ling "d Kllzabeth Randolph. Mrs. M. Barker will give a Lenten tea Wednesday from 4 to 8. 102 A serious turn for the worse iu the Illness of Mr. J. H. Weeden of the Steep Hollow community was re ported yesterday. Mr. Weeden has been sick for some time. H. W. Buchanan's market offers the greatest variety of meats to be found In the city. No trouble to find what you want when you call, or get what von order when vou ring 104 The civil M'lir of Nancy Newton ft ml vs Mrs. Willie D. WiUon et al Is set in the district court for April 13. J Fancy wash silks iu daiutr stripes and checks, "S and 4"e. Wagner A j Brandon's. tut j Cha. . Williamson of Fort Worth ( was iu ttie city ymterday shaking hands with friends. j A real swell line of fancv wash silk. 34 and 48c. Wagner A Bran dou's. 103 Crer Jacqueline in floral effects, beautiful novelty, at Wagner A Brandon's. 103 J. R. Shepherd, J. H. and K. R. Lloyd, (Jus Stevener and OWie Seals of Kurten were lo the city yesterday. In white woolen we are showing mohair, silk warp voile, Bedford oris, albatross and brocaded mo hair. Wagner A Brandon's. 10.1 S. W. Buchanan purchased Tues day for his market a carload of stall fed cattle to go on the hooks im mediately. 04 Mr. W. 8. Martin now has a posi tion with the Bryan (Jrocery com pany where he will be pleased to have his friends call upon him. "Point De Ksprlt" in white and colors at Wagner A Brandon's. loj Mrs. T. T. Erwln returned to Hempstead yesterday after a viilt to Mrs. Lucien Reed. PICNIC AT HARRIS SCHOOL There will l a picnic at Hmis S -hi.ol House on SaturdAy, April Kverybxly respectfully invited to come out, and bring baskeU. W. K. Sheffield, Teacher. Biress GomSs Op si Hang, 7 We will inaugurate a Dress Goods Opening Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. During this time there will be displayed one of the most elaborate lines of Dress Goods ever shown in Bryan, consisting of all the latest weaves and newest colors. Dotted Eolian Crrpe Eolian Cotton Crepe Clip Hpot Crepe Dotted Knlckerlwcker Fancy Jacquard Yachting Cloth Window Cloth Shadow Cloth Silk Warp Crepe Silk Warp Eolian Silk Hep llabuti 8ilk Brahma Silk Shantung Silk Changeable Silk Wash Silk Tatleta Silk Tongue Chifton Lappet Swi!s Dotted Swine- Figured Swiss Embroidered Swiss Lace Leno Check Leno Spot Leno Organdy Chec k Veil Printed Voil Nob Voil nice Voil Tlaid Voil Lace Voil Leno Voil Webb Brothers. 0 i I ' ' '