FOR MEN and YOUNG MEN I
1 J rr-v New Eoster Shirts
.-ljM f y In j.lain white, ntat figures,
! , y 4.y?- strijx:s and the irmlar
yEV ffilflWl cither attached or detached.
11' if all sizes from .3 to
; 'f "0urSpec,al"Shlrt 1 00
'ilpl 'flns 1.50
On Easter Day Dame Fashion reigns supreme; all the world dresses anew. If
you want to be correctly awarded for the occasion in smartly tailored, perfect
fitting garments at moderate cost, we can certainly please you from our splendid
stock of high-grade ready-to-wear clothing. No such collection of handsome
Spring Suits ever before shown in Bryan, and all priced within the reach of the
most economical purse; every correct spring pattern, every new style, every kink
of fashion is here to select from.
Easter Suit at $12.50 and $18
Single and double breasted suits of Blue Serge, Black Un
finished Worsted, Cassimercs, fancy grey Worsteds and
Homespuns in handsome spring patterns You have never
seen such values as these at this priceDon't wait until the
last minute, come in before the rush.
Easter Suits at 18 and 20
At these prices we are showing a magnificent assortment of
imported and domestic fabrics in the season's choicest pat
tern's, suits that are the top notch of style and excellence,
equal in every respect to those made by the finest tailors in
New Caster Hats
In every fashionable shape and color,
nearly 50 new spring stylet
to select from.
Our Princeton . . $3.00
Stetson's St and $5.00
Fifteen handsome styles in
patent vici, patent colt, vici
kid and tan Russja; all the
new toes and shapes; all
sizes and widths from 4 to
10, A to Ii.
BEAUTIFUL LINE NECKWEAR in springtimes richest colorings, Belts, fancy
Half Hose, in fact everything that is necessary to complete your Easter attire. "
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
H. A T. C. HCHKDUI.K.
NORTH HOUSI TKA I NS I
1 ;:w p.m.
SOUTH FoC.nr THsIN":
, 8:) p.m.
a :48 a. in.
I. A O. S. hCUFDl'IF..
aoL'TII BirM) TRAIN.
No. 11 arrives at 4 p. iu.
north houjii trains
No. 12 arrives at V. m
Read Wagner A Krandon's coupon
ocrset sale ad n -xtra pages. H
It's All a Mistake.
Dresden Ribbon. Wagner A Kran
New matting at Wagner A l'r
don's. 11 '
Mr. and Mr. John MeCorquodale
are visiting In Navasota.
See our latest Tie arid 1V counters.
Konnevllle's Racket Store. 115
M,.hlr in black and colors. flaked
(lects. Wagner A Krandon's. ltd
Ip Paul M. Itavsor visited Well-
torn professionally yesterday.
4 :W Inch white wash hllk quality
Vr 4e. Wagner A Krandon. HO
Mrs. H. Se.llg has returneil to
Helena. Ark., after a visit to Mr. anl
Mrs. Hamuel Levy.
Inch shirting niadra. white
ground with stripes ami small effects
at Wagner A Krandon's. 1 10
W. J. Tidwell returned from a vis
it to Reaumont yesterday, accom
ranled bv his granddaughter, little
Miss Catherine. lUalne.
The following rases have been
disposed of In the eotiiity court with
trial by Juries: Woodson riffln.
colored, simple assault, tlued t5.i
and posts; Alf Davis, colored, charg
ed with theft of two fence posts, not
guilty; Will Jones, colored, pharged
with aggravate d assault, not guilty.
Miss I,. K. Hughe, a missionary
to C hina at home on a vacation, will
visit Mryan during the week, and
will give, a free lecture on mission
work In China at the Methodist
church Friday night at 8 o'clock.
All are most cordially invited to
White Wool crepe de chene
Albatross and voile Wagner
A Kundoii. Hi
Attention Is called to the circular
of the clvlP committee of women's
fed-rated eluhs published elsewhere
In the Kitk'le. 1 he club women have
.l....n ,1 war on ttie moHiiulto. and
otf.-r an effective plan nf campaign.
Silk spot organdie
t 'repe JaiMiielin
Organdie clu cks
Flowered net at Wagner A
Dr. I'. IJ. 1'lotts of "'oil well" fain,
was here this morning. Humor hat
It that the doctor anil his associates
have sample of the r.nl stuff at
their well iienr I'ankey. Navasota
Item-mb. r F.d Talley U still in the
transfer hmtiin-ss with new vehicles
and rice accommodations. Hack
stands at City National hank corner
and i:xchauge shaving parlor. 11
lautiful line of decorated china
wjirent astonishingly low prices,
lloniievllle's Itacket Store. 115
New belts and belt buckles at
Wagner A Hraudon'a. Ill
City Noiionoi Danl.
Capital - - - S 60,000
Surplus and Profits S 30,000
Deposits - - 3300,000
We offer you a solid institution
and solicit your business
G. S. lARKKR
A. W. WILKKR30X
mum his mm
AT 0PLRA M01SE AT 4:30 p. M., TO
HEAR ADDRESS BY MR. LEVINS
Hv invitation d the committee of
citizens named below, Mr. F. N.
Ievina of Cleveland, Ohio, will talk
to the busluess men and citizens of
Kryan this afteruoou at the opera
house, on the subject of electric
railways, and will discuss the sub
ject with particular reference to the
proposed car line between Kryan
and the College, and Hryan electric
light and power plant.
Mr. Levins Is iu Kryan by Invita
tion of Mers. Astin, Myrs, Kran
don and others who sr moving in
the effort to get rapid trausit con
nectlon with the College.
After hearing Mr. Levins, the
people of Kryan will undoubtedly be
better prepnred t judge tho merits
of the proposed enterprise, and it is
hoped the meeting will be Well at
tended. Mrs. T. M. I'.wtng and Miss I.ililo
Kl;ig were lure from l'ltt Bridge
yesterday, and the latter left y ester
Ily afternoon to visit In NavAsota.
Full line of up-to-date corsets from
Kalamazoo Corset Co. Nothing bet
ter or cheaper In town. Kounevtlle's
Kacket Store. 115
Dr. Lanham and wife of College,
and their mieit. Mrs. Holloway
Smith of Waco, were In the city
Mrs. S. (. Youugblood and Miss
F.liza Youugblood of the College
community, were in the city yester
day. ' Mrs. VV. A. Loving of Corslcana
returned home yesterday after a vis
it to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hlpgs.
Silk organdies, exclusive patterns
with dresden ribbon to match. Wag
ner A Krandon. 11
The latest in men's and boys'
black or tan oxfords at Wagner A
Sav, don't let me forge t to see R.
(. tabor about that life insur
Dress goods for evening wear, ex
clusive patterns, Wagner A Kran
Just in lin of ladies' ready-to-wear
hats, at Kacket Store. 115
You buy silk spot organdie at
Wagner A Krandon's. lit!
Mrs. M. D. Oraham returned from
W. J. Coulter visited Krcnhaii)
ALL A MISTAkE."
Friends of the I'rsullne ladies of
Villa Maria I'rsullne Academy have
kindly volunteered to come up from
(islventoti to give the people of
Kryan an enjoyable evening on the
)t! inst., for the benefit of the
iut It ut Ion. The bright, new comedy
entitled, "All a Mistake." is to be
presented under the direction of Mr.
Ja. A. Koddeker, of the firm of
KoJdeker A Lyons, Gal veston. This
Keiitleman has been particularly
fortunate In securing an amateur
company of exceptional! fine
hUtrionic ability, a will be con
vincingly proved in "All a Mistake,"
a play full of rollicking fun from
start to flulsh.
CABT OK CIIAKACtEKH.
Capt. Obediah Skinner, a retired
sea captain James K. Parish
Lieutenant Ueo. Richmond, his
nephew Will C. Lothrop
Richard Hamilton, a country
gentleman.. James A. Koddeker
Ferdinand Light head, a neighbor
Nellie Richmond (George's wife)
MWs Olive Roberts
Nellie Huntington (a friend)
Miss Julia Ott
Cornelia (Nellie), Obedlah's sis-
t-r MUs F.dna Kalke
Nellie Mclntyre. a servant
Miss Kthe Hansen
Time the present.
KVXoI'M KoK 1'Kot.KAM.
Act I The arrival of Ueorge aud
I. is bride. The dilemma. A friend
In need. The. plot against the Cap
tain, and its diaMrous effects. The
old inald and her secret. "Ferdy"
In search of a wife. George's Jeal
ousy. The sudden appearance of a
nioht undesirable tarty. George's
((iilck wit prevents iie.rrv.
Act II The pint thickens. Cor
nelia in search of her "Romeo."
Nell gets a letter which adds to the
mystery. The downfall of "Ferdy."
Richard attempts to try the "sooth
ing system" on a lunatic. George
has a scene concectsj jrltb a fire iu
the furnace and some pitch tar.
Richard runs amuck amid confu
sion. Act 1 1 J The Captain artns him
self with a butcher knife and plans
revenge. Richard attempts to es
cape. Nellie hopelessly Insane. The
ceniedy duel. ' Romeo " at last,
'duly one Nellie in the world." The
unraveling of askein of mystery and
the finish of an exciting day to find
It was "All a Mistake."
Act I Front lawn at Oak Farm.
Act II Drawing room at Oak Farm.
Act III Same as Act II.
Mr. J. T. Pue of Waco is in the
city representing the International
Correspondence School of Scranton.
l'enn. Mr. Pue has an exhlbitlou of
the work of this school in Norwood's
show window which will be found
Interesting. Mr. 1'ue will remain
here until Saturday eveuing. Hi
Just received a beautiful assort
ment, of lace curtains. Wagner A
Will Williams, the negro arrested
one day last week on a charge of
theft of a watch from Mr. Stewart
of Sutton, and for carrying a pistol,
alleged to be a state convict escaped
from the House farm at Areola,
has been taken to the Terrell farm
by Sargeant H. H. South.
Tlu tour of the Italian ambassador
through Texas has been anhounced
and is rjutte a comprehensive one,
extending from April L'5 to May 5th.
Accord m if to the published itinerary,
Kryan and the a. and M. College
are among the last points in the
State to be visited.
Section Foreman J. W. Driver of
the I. A O.N weiit to Fort Worth
yesterday. Mr. Driver will hereafter
go with the H. A T. C. road else
where, and is succeeded on the
Kryan I. A (I. N. section by C. K.
Koggin. foreman of Fountain sec
tion No. 12.
John K. Cuthrell. Dr. Alex Mc
Alplne. R. 1. Siddall. G. J. Winter.
John F Uer and Tom Inelehart of
Austin, and Rich Mays of Corslcana,
are off to D-vll's River on a fishing
and camping expedition. Navasota
Joe Saladener left for New Orleans
yesterday to meet tin Italian am
bassador en route to Texas.
For evening wear, buy white silk
Grenadine Warner A Brand. mi. 116
Mr. A. M. Klackmon. Jistrict dep
uty gran I chancellor of the Knlghta
of Pythias, made an official visitati
on to the Kryan K. of P. lodge last
night forth purpose of instructing
the members in the secret work of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Robinson re
turned yesterday from Austin, where
they had been visiting their grand
son, bru to Mr. aud Mrs. Fred
Simonds April lo.
A committee from the legislature
pompo-ed of Representatives Mc
Faddeo, Thom and Kryan spent
yesterday at College looking over
G. Melvln Rice of Midlothian.
Texas, representing the Texas Man
ufacturing Company of Fort Worth,
was in ttiecity yesterday, and called
on the Kagle.
Mrs. Arch F.aves of Wellborn and
Mrs. Krockman of Heuston returned
to Wellborn yesterday aftrvUitlng
relatives and shoppiug iu this city.
We have the assortment iu boya'
clothing to select from. Wagner A
I t M.ivi.r.. . .I'm
Crepe Jacqueline, a rich novelty
with Moral effects. Wagner A Kran
mm mim to eat
Ftarr Ertportled Applts, per pound ISc
Chrirs ETirorsf App!s, per pound 121c
Finey Ersporstfd Tesch's, psr pound 1 2 ' C
Settled tUitlos, per pound " lOc
rYun;.Vrerpeu.d";-;" """""i; ' . . " 68 10 and 121c
Mspls Symp, Finer Decanter 50c
Miplt Pyrup, per qusrt caa " " jc
Utpls 6ymp, por ktltgtlloa T5c
R rbltea Appl BatUr, somstbinf good 33c
DcUsoa A- Brown Mscg o Pickles, per doira 25c
6vmI Mlifd Plrklss, psr qustt 25c
8oor Mlied Plrklss, psrqustt 20c
Pltln Cucuir.bcr plrklss, psr dosea IOC
Dolaos A Hrovs Toststo Cslaup ''5c
Fenideil Tomato CsUup 25c
Ferndrll'6slsd Drnslng 3SC
Dnnkier's Cslsrjr' Ksisd' 2Sc
twtUx Pickled pVsciiss
Many other Good things to cat too numerous to mention.
Give us your order
DANSBY & DANSBY
"The Tlace Where Yon Get Your Coffee"
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