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Mgr. lUel Estate Dspl t T. R. BATTE Att'y at U. T. R. BATTE & CO. UI. RE1L KTgTE. KSi BS38MCE. wr orntR roR dale Lz" -,.,,, rtU o aorta eo?ru!e L7f ballatu tou trowing traded school uh is csmt'i vumo for i c. JubS foTprltei erdlag KKU. Hi ooar.nl act ia Maia trt. w . Hadto t story rdo. goo JtuXJEi Tuom. 4 tU eod.re ooor.l.o jm. gtur piao. p's ) Imli Drt o low! lor44 (or mi". Mt lax ob lari caeo. Lou ImproTed for partiaa eatrtag at W do o. WlH toll. rnt and exchange property to bmI aay part of tte etai. W,aaToumbrof goodspitnd tad creek boUora farm tnti we oStr it bargeine. Ta ,i,o hate Bri-x bottom land for aal 1 anV "lied Utile l ir-i. impror-l and nl pTorVt. tae rtcaeei land la we world Wa hire big tad ctttl ranch! for tl. IB Brio, and Hul con.tl.. . IUm eattl. raacnet In Wef-ers T-iataad M-Ilco. Loan aegoUated. WajTiropnr litttl with nt for tela e"d icatn. l -i .wry part of Tela., aota city tad country property. W bay ral nlt'.t " INS CHANCE. W ar prepared to tntnr. any kind of In.ur eol fropVirly-ator-a. alockt of B.rrhandiM. "acaiatrr. rorporatloa property, wefeboueee. codec, coucrty property, gme. elo. We ra Intaro yoor lire In tha boat eomrf,nle ea eartb for a I premium than J nanr com ranleacbtrse for toe ami claw of property. Kit ! Important, aa atatiatlra Inform ni i that i-hil Fir l.-euraec It a good thin. I'n auraoca It mora Importaut tt oul of liO Bra riakt wit burae. wbe ra etery rata who Intoraa bit Ufa diet, t W. C. DAVIS ATTORNEY AT LAW Will practice in all state and federal courts. OFTlCB CP STAIRS OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK Bryan, T e a s. I'm ?till in itl Tha Mf.tret Butln. Oid mUtret ir.ada cow 1 alto uhoter old catlrt and lour-; Ukt op, clean a.d put aownetrpett and mttirjc Pleat "d na your on)r tt Catt. W. Szalib'a c3c. ZACK TaLLEV. L . UOZZOTTO Restaurant CONFF.CTIONKIUKS ami FKl IT Freab Flth dUTerd on Fridtrt and Mondiyt 'Phone 37), Ztnntul Block. i Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE DEriTlST Or MCE: OVER IHSWEIX'? BOOK STOKE HKYAN, 1F.XAS. W. C. FOUNTAIN Dentist. Crown anJ BriJi? vo:k a spt-c-ialty. Oftk-tf upstairs ovt-r Burl Norw kI's store. DR. R. H. HARRISON, Physician & Surgeon. OFFICK MOl'HS. I) H Ui m; I lo J p.m. IlKVAN. 'I F.XAS. litfa jrcu ctlled na A. WAT KINS I NSU RANCE POLICY? lit tellt only THE BEST KIKE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND 8ICK BENKFIT. and PLATE GLASS OITY Shaving Parlor W. 0. CRICB, Proprietor. Flnt claM work g'JtranteM Hot and Cold Bathe. Your piirona tulioitoj. You Are Not Feeling Well, tlrtnl and worn out. perhaps over worked. Don't feel tais war when are so near at hand, they will build you up. keep you well ami ward oil Blllosineis, Sick Heidich. Nervous Oibility, Uver tad Kidney Troubles. Tney Puri the Blood, set right the Disordered Stonsch, arouse the Slug giih Liver, dispel Sick-Heidieh. build up the Nervous System, and repsir th damage caused by overwork and brain worry. CIVC VIM, VIGOR &. VITALITY Try a "Pill to-night." For Sal hf alt Iru-lat 10 Cant and 28 Cont Boiea ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES M0MUME,'4T TO iCLL. Hla Widow Will Hav Ua RigM tt) Hava Har Nn Tiaraon. Vlnr.l Walla, Tf.. April II. Orarul ldt' KnttrMa of ItHlaa hna dadded to rrect n J00 mor t ...fnt to tha metn ory of t:: 'at (iranj ttinrt!or nIL Ilia wi'low will bav tha right, after hr death, to hiv hr wmt ItuH-ribccl upon i:. Memorial aervlre In honor of tha Lata f'rajid CT.artrerior ri1 wer he! 4. Bupretna Rrpf eaantatlva H. P. Dron of Clahurtva md a raolutk)i that waa adopt and a ropy ordered aent to ilrtv tranrl J. I tell and aJao prd upon tha mtnutea. t!r. Brown aiao pk of th worth of tha dcaed chief aierutlTw of tha 'rra-nd odw of Tra. Tha tri-And ttatutea war amondad o that auhordlrvata lodaa will rtect offl era aeml-annua.Ur rscrpt K. of R. nd 8. M. of F. nd M. of n TWb doea not co Into effect until January, lo. The report of th mllaava and r diem commlttew ahowl th ex pen a of thla WMlon of th grand lodt amonnleil to l!t.1S. Ketoiutlort wp adopted Inatnirtlnaj th nn I truateea to hava plana m44 and nn ettlmat eon th coat of a bull ! Ii'f for th home and rrrtort at tha rent nn-etina; of th arand lodir. Tha prand loditp offlnera for th n uira; year war Inatallad. Th luthhon ftlrter lctd th fallowing offloera: Mr. S. V. Puatr tf Chlldrraa. pnat irmrvj chief: lira. El Putnam. V'eatherford. Brand chief; Mra. lien Ktett, Cuero. rrand aenlor mannirer: Mra. Everett. Paleatln. rrand Junior manacer; Mm. O. II. Pandefer, Kyr. mana-er: Mra. Ola Humaaon. Lurkln. protector; Mr. Heard. 8an An rrlo. rrand ruard. T rut tee: Mra. T.rown f in Injio. Mra. Houasata of Chll Irta. Supreme repreaentatlre. Mr. II. C. Fhropahlr of Weatherford. REDUCTION REPORTS. Mannar In Which Farmer Are Hd log Rtquttt Told by 8vral. DeUUa, Ai rll J8 Executive commit tee of the Texas division of th South ern Cotton attocUUon conferred with President Smith of th state ur(antxa tlon. Report i showed the ayitematlc effurta to have cotton reei04?' reduced were meetlnr with fair auccena. A rrrul.tr Itlnernry for Pretldent Smith for 1-ctnrlnr to farmi-ra nn l txislnext nu-n waa outlined. Anions; other r'o lutlmiK ailoptiMl vox the following: "We mil attention to the county mct-tlnr. callinl by I'n-Mdrnt Jor.tan for M iy . I;i all cotton rrr.wlnr ooun tlf where orrantx.it Ion h n been "l fected. If. on account of w-ather con dition tt It linpru -praliU' to hold theae mevtliiit. the cxecutrr cotnmltt"" ap point the eeroncl Situr.li n Mhy at the proper time for ImMlnr th-te cotinty meetliiKt In Tia." BEAUMONT BURGLARIES. Fine rting 8'olen From City Marshal, and Sheriffa Trolrr Rjild. Il.-iiumont. Arr:I IS. The hm of City lUrnhnl Stewart was turrlurl(d and a iH inion I rtnr valued nt J.'Ou whs t ikrn. Tl.e home of the brother of Sheriff Lan.lry was alto entered. M.mv other Jirlnr rbterles In which only mon-y or J"welty wns t iken are report. -I lit well a thefts of wallet on afreet cure. MURDERED FOR MONEY. Pa.ty Cl argxJ With tS Deed Pursued and Shot to Death. KJ Paw. April : Wah Parki r. a fanner n ;ir We-I. Mi x . waa murder ed for hit moii-y Thurtilay whll" re turning from iTuir k ' t In it wool. A poeie overtook the niunltrer. Tom ijentry, a loKirlrrf ;ii!ip i mploye. In the S icru mento mmnit:iiii - nn l hot ,lm to den 1 1, TEAMSTERS' TROUBLE. j Chicago Seemt to Stand on tha Brink! of Great Industrial Upheaval. Chlcngo. April is. With 1330 tium iter on ttrlku with constant acces sion Im-Iiiic muile to their number and with the express dctcrinlnittlofi of the employer u.Htoclatlon to take a firm stand for the "open shop" and fight the Teamtters' union to n flnlth. Chicago. Thur.id.iy night, to all appearajuea. stood on the eve of one of the great est Industrial uphcavala In her history. There waa rioting In various part of the city, despite the strong guar.lt of police and the number of private de tectives hired by private owners to protect their wngona. Three men were serloutly Injured, one of whom will proliMy die. It wa rumored 1000 truck drivers would strike. Cutler's Statement. Washington. April IS. Captain Cut ler, commanding tha cruiser Ualveaton, In reporting the departure of hi ves sel from Oalveeton for Key Weat, said nothing of any unusual disturbance or diaaatlsfactlon among th crew on that veeteL It will b neceaaary to wait until th hlp reach Key Weal before the facta can be referred to the depart tee nt. Expected tJ Marry Yeung. New York. April 2S In the Nan Pat teraon case Mra. J. Morgan Mmlth tes tified that defendant, her sister, ex pwted to many Caesar Young, and that the marriage was postponed be cause of Influence brought to bear on Young by h'.s wife and parents. Lsrgs Cat Flow. Ardmore. April IS. While drilling for oil on the lloscau-Townsend pro perty In Northwest Ardmore, a flow of gaa waa struck . The flow waa of suffi cient force to shoot through 1100 feet of water, throwing sand and wat-r tn the air. Drilling for oil will be con tinued. Cam Near Drowning. Guthrie. April IS. Hy the capsizing of a small boat on Cottonwood river, near Guthrie, C. IL Dunn, traveling paaeanger agent; W. W. Carton, chief engineer, and 'V. W. Wicker, road maater. of the Denver. Enid and Uulf railroad, narrowly escaped drowning. WEEK EARLIER. President ReweeveU t Break Cams) Seenee Than KaatOJ. Olena od ftprlrf. Colo., Aprtl Jl Prealdeat Rooavlt will break camp on May t. a week earlier than h had In tended, and will start for WaaSitncton at one. Th only stop hw wtl make will be at Denver and Chtoaro, where th dates for his reception have been advanced to ireet Ut new arrant- tnnt ttcr4arv Loeb returned early Thur day from the ramp, where h oonfrrd with th president all of Wednesday lie anrounrd ip0 reaching har that affair In WaahJrrton mad it necea aary that th president curtail Ma vtatt That thei Is nothing alarming In th situation la marKfesied from th fact that th hunt aril! b continued ten days more, Ir. sp.t of conditions of gowwrn mnUl affair which reaulted In th altered plana. Th Venetuelan alt na tion, it la believed here, rwaulted In th order to start home on Qy I. 0 t Whit House, 1 Colorado Rprinr. Colo., April is. Th hide of five bears alatn by Pretl dent Rooaevelt, and three bobcuti killed by Dr. Lambert, have been re ceived here to be dreaaed and cured after which tiny will be ahtpped to tho whit houte. OFFICERS CHOSEN. Preabyterian Board of Missions Hel Election en Thursday, Mutkogee, April I. The fto-itv western board of Presbyterian mis sions. Including Mlttourl. Texas, Okla homa. Arkansas, Indlnn Territory. New Mexico and Arltona. at the meeting her elected officer as follows: Pres ident. Mrs. C. P. Hopkins. 8t. Louis; recording secretary, Mr. C. A. Koae brough, tt. Lsmla; treaaurer, Mrs. W llurg, PL Louis. DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT. Bey Shoots Himself and In a Short Tim Passed Away. Ardmore, April IS. Lon Cummin t aged seven years, a son of ex-Deput; Marshal Robert Cummins, who reside near Lone drove, accidentally shot himself and died In a short while. IU was en route home and was about a mil from Ardmore when th acct.lcnl took place. It la said that In attempt ing to remove a ltol from hi pocket It exploded. The ball entered hit rlf, r.t thlrh anil rangA downward. MUST PROCEED. Creek Indian Tribal Tax Is to Bs at Once Collected. Mutkoiree. April 2S. Indian Inspector Wright received a leter from the In terior department directing him to pro ceed to collect the t'reek tribal tax. Thla letter waj In. reply to one tent to the a;ent some time ro touching upon thla subject, which the Commer cial club nlto took up. but th rulm of the dpTtmert In vlvorae to th pkin sUbitested. Has Chanqed Hands. Lawlon April IS. Sam Strauta o PiTt fill, who has been running thr toe nt the sub-In. 51an agrr.ry. neat there, for the putt fifteen year, hat sold h's Mock to D. A. fjirmn.-e of Coma. The st'tf'k la valued nt about ISO OO SHOT HIS SPCUSE. Kantss City Man Then Put a Bullet Into His Own Had. Little Itixk. April IS A fperlal te the tJaxette from Hot Spring, tnva: A prolmMe murder followed by sui cide, occurred In rooming house her when W. 11 W Wer .f K.uitaa City Mo , shot bin w ,fe, the hull enterln about the 1. ft eye and eiietnitlng thr brain. Afti r the shooting Wilier went to get a phv-li i;in who. tipon fxamln i tlon. told M:n the woman's wound vn fatnl mid incused Mm of murderlnt her, at her I'.otlilng wan turn an I tlni. Were l.th.-r evldelnet ..f . ttTUKKh' Thlt Wilder denied and elilmed ih woman shot herself accidentally. Tli physician left to tall un oillcer ami Wilder retired to another room am' blew I. It brains out. FLAGS ENTWINED. Under These American Ladies San; "Dixie" and "Yankee Doodle." New York. April IS -Cnd. r thf star und stripes, entwined with Con federate flags, 310 women of the north and aouth sang "Tankee Dosle" and "Dixie" with equal enthusiasm at thr annual luncheon of the New York City chapter of the United Daughters of tha Confederacy at tolmonlco's Thursday Mrs. Fairbanks, wdfe of the vice presl- dent, struck the note of sympathy In saying: "Your organisation and the one I have the honor to represent have helped to hide the scars of the past divisions of our country. And thsy have covered the divisions with ths flowers of forgetfulness and th gar land of gentle remembrance.' BASEBALL. Texas League. Dallas. 4; Fort Worth, 1; ten In nlnga. Waco, t; Corslcana, 1. Temple, S; Houston, 7. Southern League. New Orleans, t; Memphis. 1. Little Ro k. 11: Phreveport. 1 Nashville. S: lllrrrringham, t. Atlanta. 11; Montgomery. S. National League. New York, 4; Brooklyn. 1. Wei Grounds prevented other deague games, American League, Cleveland. !; Jetrolt, 0. Hon ton 2: Washington. 1. Chicago. 4; St. Louis, i; thirteen In nings. New York. 1; Philadelphia, 0. Thornton Hanged. Americus. Ga, April 2S Tore Thornton, th negro who criminal' assaulted Mis Margaret Dlamuk.-s. the lady losing her reason, was hanipd at Preston. CATTLEMEN DROWNED. Tw Men Wee Carried late th flit "?Vde by Stampede. 13 IaiH.. Apri II In a cattle etam ped. on tin Hlo flrande. at Blarra Plane! below 13 Piao, Jo tfatly. range be 'a. and Rota Russell, herd, bota, wer.' varrled Into lh at ream by the cattle ant drowned. . The cattle war on tii Rlveralde ranch In Mexico and mrde a run to the Culled fe'latea, carrying th two men Into th rivet whan the cowboy tried to stop th btampad.. Many cattle wer drowned. Nearly AH at San Antonl. Austin. April IS Neither branch of th legialatur waa In aeatlon Friday, having adj'v.irned Thursday until Men day morning. Ihractlcally th entire membership has gone to Han Antonio t attend the IUttl of Mowers an 1 take In the carnlvaL which la now lit (ult blast Horn Cured Baeen. . Pnrlt. Tex.. Apr '. IS. A Lamar county farmer sold to a local grocery store ZSOO ounds of ho oe cured ba con, shoulders and ham, recclvlns, then for a little over :oo In cash. He cured the meat last wli.tcr and says he ma le e good profit. At Fort Worth. Huotnn April IS Texas Medical atsncl it ion iiK.dt next year at Kurt Worth. Ir. J. K, llllcreest of (lalne tllle whs el 'Cted president, and Dr. L C C!ia of Fort Worth sem-tary. Failed to Agree. Oianhtiry, Tex.. April IS. In th case of P. R Dunlap, charged with setting fire t . J.irvlt college, at Thorp Hprtngs, the Jury failed to agree. Dun lap was a teacher In the Institution rid torn, il.' Its president. Funeral of Curl. Austin, April ii Funeral of the late Secretary of State Curl was largely at tended. Fervtct were conducted by Rv. Mr. Wcrtrln and the Knlghl rt Pythias Correct Gothes for Hen Aquaproof Raincoats marked with this label jljredenjaminsi MAKERS .NtWyoRK are of such style, lit and tailoring that it's no winder THEY ARE PREFERRED TO ALL OTHERS. The nur.cn' guJtanlee, anJ oun, with every garment. We ate ex ilukiv a jer.U her. Parks & Waldrop, Clclhiers & furnishers. A. D. SCOTT l:xpert Stenographer and Typewriter. UtKli'K W IH IiOKEMl'S I'l l I.Kit i'atron:ik'c of the pr'ilic solicited. Vi Two Dyspeptics If you ar too fat it Is because your food turns to fat inttoaS of muselo strength. If you ar too Uart th fat producing" foods that you sat ar not properly d.getUd and assimilated. Loan, thin, stringy people do not hava enough Pepsin in the stomach, while fat popl hav too much Pepsin and Ml cough Pancreatine. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach, and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilat ail foods that may b aten. Kodol is not only a perfect digettant, but it is a reconstructive. Ls sue building tonic as well Kodol curee Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach Heartburn. Palpitation of the Haart and) Constipation. You will like iL Digests What You Eat Rests th stomach, rebuilds the bssuss and gives firm flesh. X fMitM ttu. a4. 1 a watt at tttta a tat ltll -P-WIW -D.WIM I a -J ao. cti.-r Sold bj M. II. JAMES. MIME SALOON -tke beat Wines, Liquors and Cigars SlL.-iS V. J0IXS0X TAHKER R?E M 0X1 REAL R1E OR TEXT ML HYE Sa Laadiag Braadl E. RO H 0 There certainly must b aoma reain why tha faotorle do not put itlo on their jrood. Don t you thluk ao? LJ I courae If you want to hii in k have your collar. cuITa au.l -1 ahlrta done ut) at a Itlo lautiury or ateittiiai uru, um, . I y,. you v. aut to l up to now, Ineoda Laundry a ci..a.a L.4-. UKUCKMAN, Uryan, Agent 00a0,D ftubtvr Hflt for COMFORT cwrsarv.wtau.ta YOU ALL KNOW 'B;'it TTaTiynillT1"1"1-'1 1 "'"" f i ' ' stsuM found at the same ofTice anJ will Riye his entire time to the Insurance business Lite, Accident and Sick Benefit Insurance for both men nnil women, in Fraternal and Straight Life Insurance com panies of which I represent the best. It i to, your interest to ee me as I can s ive you from $2.00 to $j.o on each $1000 Insur ance. I Call pccial attention to " FRIEND IN NEE0 SOCIETY" Every man and woman in good health is eligible for membership under fifty-live years old. Many now are enjoyinj; the benefits of life insurance that would not if not for my efforts. A. L. ZINANTI - msr.CL.ss SHOE SHOP SLf'ts Itepnirt il wliilo you wait, and Lruaraiitce pood work. Trrice very low. Main St., Zaniiett block. M UN DAY 6c MOEHLMAN HAVE Jl'ST KECEIVUU An Up-to-date Rubber Tiro Machine And Invite the patrona?" of the public for puttltii on or Ilo palrltu HuKlier Tire. Kxpert blackstnitliln of all kind. liop at (irUe old stand. HKYAN NTKKKT. J. W. Batts KEAL ESTATE AGENT OFFICE IV TALIAFFrtrtO Bl'ItJINa OI'POatTB COL'Hr HOCSK. Phoxk No. 37. Hit la o9' thon!r of Atrtt Bokt of iltaio County Lead Tale. FOK SALE. Th N. H. Cole block In Hall's addition. Price 75o.uu. One quarter of a block In eastern part of towc, price S373 60 acrea of land and a good four room residence, located Inside city limits. Price iloUO.00. if' acre of land on east side of town. known a tii Caldwell pasture. Will Bell in tract to suit, purcnaeeie aud on eaey ternie. 3 lots In fcood neighborhood, with An shade trees. Price iOO. Terms easy. 110 acrea of timber land In Kurten neighborhood In tracte to suit pur chaser. Price S3.00 to 9 1.00 per acre. Terms easy. The Mlstrot place in south part of town. Klgth acres and a two-atory 8 room noun. Hath room with hot aud cold water, two underground clsterna and water-works. All neo censary out house. Price $3 600. 3 lots near Allen Academy. Price 270 acres good timber land 2',' miles from town. Will aell In two or more tracte. Established t 8 7 0 bread of- Tost Patroatf SolUMed D E Propriaor DOMESTIC FINISH Is the very heat thing in tho way of lauuilerini. It' ueat, It'a modnet, it'. It'a alt tha iro. anil la lean Injurious to cloth tliau gloss tlnlali which ha to b put on by friction, J much to tho detriiiietit of the (far- ja inent. Had It ver occurred to you that you never get a rIos pair of y y cutf. collar or shirt new from tor r a I havo them laundered at and Dyo works J flwaitxa ani Hat teSPTi jM. O FRANK TODARO up-to-date SHOE SHOP All work guaranteed. 8 ATI S FACTO II Y P KICKS Perfectly finished, uext to Ituchan an HadJle ishop. Call for and deliver work In city fre. IUng 227. aw , a" aaa fwa atara 4 eves aTm From Thoroughbred Plymouth Kocks v Fifteen for $1.00 Leave orders at Thos. W. lliprff Store BKYAN, TEXAS Office at James' Drug Store. A. L. MONDRICK, M. D. HKYAN, TEXAS. Special Attention Given Disease of Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Residence 'Phone 261 OLD HATS MADE NEW I har th agtiiPT for Bral-rlSM list Cleaning and Keblorklng boat at llouatoa. Old kate made new at until ipoe. Leave orders at Exchange 5havlhg Parlor. J. E. GRICE, Proprietor.