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Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE DENTIST OWCI: OVER I IA8 WELL'S BOOK STORE BRYAN, TEXAS. DR. C. A. SEARCY PHYSICIAN & SURGEON OrriCE AT . II. JAMES' DRCOSTORB Residence 'Phone 193 W. C. FOUNTAIN Dentist. Crown and BriJge work a spec ialty. Office up-stairs over Burt Norwifci's store. Office at Jatue' Drug Store. A. L. MONDRICK, HI. D. BRYAN. TEXAS. Special Attention Given Disease of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Residence 'Phone 261 Irvine's Resiaurani Prompt, poll to a" a oiport omrs. (rood moala, quirk Innrho. Err Ihing rl.an aa nrat-claaa. Ml. 36e. Bhort orJSss roaanr.bl.. W. baf.lo.ar4 th. U V. Wiiv Co. rvatauraol nd Invito roar patros st. UpB from 4 k. 10 II p. B. W. G. IRIVNE & SON. HKYAN. TEXAS. PLASEK & BOND Akk your patronage for all kinds of BLACKSMITHING. WOOOWOKK, HORSESHOEING, ETC. Hortinau Old stand II It Y A N Colonial Hotel oiH-Kiimoniis, lroj. First-class aeeommo litions at ?I.OO pe r day. Rat bvthe week on ap plication. Near huaitiess part if town. Your patronage aolicifed T. n. BATTE All y at La. J L. F01NTAN Mil. Krai Kattt. Dpt T. R. BATTE & CO. LA'iV. HEAL ESTATE, AX9 INSURANCE VK OFKEIl KOIt SALK Ttir tin. k buildings on Main atro.-t Thrpo famlir r-.it.a.-.s nno st-vk oorta of rourtriLUM xiuarr from w lo IVi. Uci.tifiil b'll.dlur lit fronting grmled v bool Uta In ( arlil Milion for alo rbeao. Jos M K-.o'l ri J-iv-o. an l.anl homo 'and Hunt''- fnr pntalo boarding bouao and oobTrnt rm lu .M in a' root V. II Hudson tw .torr ran.no. a g-ood romfnrtahiH him anj ait modern conronlonoe. ana nrar ifraant acnool. Jno Kniailor p.aro prtot i5. lM anl hnuc of all k indt and doaorlptlnn. In any part of tows to root ard for aalr. Moat of thla pmwrtr ran bo b ughl on tlm br par leg una ta rd caab Lola Itnprqfod for partloa d'alnng satodo ao. Will aell. rout anl oirliang? proprtr m' moat nr part of lb. tio. W. hao a numSor of oo I upland and crook bull m f aim. lint wo olTxr at bargain.. Wo alao haro Hrjoa botton landa for .at la anralird tratta doir.l. improrM and mil Ok pruved. Ilia rlchotl land lu iba world. Wo tiaro hog and rtttlo ranho. for ill la Hraioa and Hurloaon oomtia and larg. cattle ran hr. in Wostrrn T-aaa and Mileo, Loam nrgotsatol Wo?avo prop'rir Hal I w:th a. for aalo fand rihar go in m t ?rr part of Tola., bollij'lty and cotintrr proor.r. We buy rr.il ratv.a aa at a-ll It INMt'RANL'E. W. ar proparod to Inaur anr kind of tnanr aoto pro.rrtvators, Mocka of morrhandlaw, m.rhtnrrr, corporation proportr, watebouao., colt-m, counrtr proportf , gma. rtc. Wa ran Inaurr roar llf In (bo boot rompanlo. on rarth fur a loaa iirotnmm than manr com panloa i-hartfo for Ibo aamo rlaaa of proportr. Thla 1 laii-nrtant. aa latiatlra Inform ua that whllo Klro liiaurani-o la a g'od thln, tjfo In aiirani o la moro lipirtant aa out of l.'uo fir. riik' ono tiurrn, wh.'io orf re in who luauro. bit nfo One Miauls Cougk Curs aoaa sot pau lmmn ftarw Into lb. atomach. bar) kacsrs Is Iks tkraat, ckaat sb hcif a. produdnf th. followtaf raiulia i (1) R.llar. th. osufh. (2) Kk.k th. broathlrf aaar. (31 Cut. out th. phlarm. (a) Draw, out th. InfUmmatlon. (5) KlU.th. rrm. (mlcroboa) of dlawaas. (ft) rtraflfthaoa th. muoou. mambraoaa, 7) Cwaraths haad. (8) RU.T..th.fTwn.k candttlona. (9) R amoral ararf eaiaas at Iks cough and Iks tralseaths lunga. (10) Enablak th. tunn ts eontrfbtrt. s-Jr. Bfs fMt and Ufa-ilalnln iTra I. IJj. kkxxl Curat Croup tod til Coug h. Lung and Bronchial Afactlana, COUGH CURE rVwpareal tf LO. D.WITT ft OO., ONI0A0O Sold bj.M. II. JAMES. ME OCIAL and Club Matters lu tlia proaencr) A their tnanv frleodk on the ran Ki and a number from Hrvan. Mr.iA-Xnrr Martin Itol- Una of ilouatou avA jj4g y0.,hla Hutaon, dauRhterv' Trof. and Mra. U. V. IJutaon of Jllege htatlon, wera united In mat Ug. at 1:M on Thuraday eroulnir. iie erreinony beluK attended with unuaual lutt-r-eat aa lo environment and datall. Ml.a Hutaon liaa irrowo ud from childhood on tha campna, and with neriwin aiater. Mlaa .Mary, liaa en joyed the Ideal Hf of a, aortal favor ite In a college town. hen the aunouncement waa made that the conqueats of belledom were to be laid aalde for the more laatlnK and kerloua happineaa of matrimony In her inarrlajfe to Mr. Rolliua, the Rood wlahaa for the happineaa of the two younir people were unlveraal. The ceremony waa performed on the lawn at the home or the bride a pa rent. A larcre bridal party attended them, Mlaa Mary Hutaon, twin sla ter of the bride, acting aa maid of honor and Mr. vtalden of lloueton aa boat man. Mlaaes Helen Blttle and Emmie Fountain carry Id ft rib- bdua to form an alkie to the bridal altar, were followed by M laaea Cor- rlne taraon. Annie Banks, Alma, Linda and Minnie Oleeecke, Kath arine Blair of Beaumont, Virginia and Minnie Spence. Theae, with the pillow bearera, little Miaaea Mitchell and Todd, and the flower fcrirla, Miaaea Beaaie tipeuce and Lucy Ben nett, made an attractive group. The bride came next, accompanied by her father, aud wearing a dainty gown of white ailk mull orer tarleta. with veil and natural flowera. SLe waa met at the altar by the groom, and Dr. Mlttle.readlng the Episcopal marriage rltea In an tmpressire man ner, uulud their Uvea for the years to come. Following the ceremony cream and cake were aerved on the lawn, after which the wedding rake waa rut amid general rejoicing. The Creaenta were unusually numerous, oth bride aud groom being rery popular with a large cirri. Mr. Rollins Is a graduate of the A and M. College aud ocrupiea an important position with the Southern 1'aclflc at HouNtoti, where the happy pair will reside after a month'a visit to California resorts. The first of the fortnightly dances of the K. M. tj.'e waa held Friday evening at Mike's hall. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Lawrence were tlm rhap erotics and about twenty roiiplea participated In the dancing. Much deaure for the young people U an tictpatfil from the organization of thlsrlub. The membership roll In rludes the following: Rop RnrtiHU an, president; (Senrite Brandon. vice preaident; Setli l)r.Maret, snrretary; Frank Wehh, treaturer; llenkrlcks Conway, Milton Parker. Jr.. Emmett Cole, Jack (ordMi, Tom Adams, Mamliall Spell, Thurston (lender son. Ernest Ettle, Hal Saunders, Jetf Tabor. RoerAstin. Roger Nail, Bob HeariiH and Larrie Stephens. On Tliurdiiy eveiiini; the hand some homn of Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Hoatwrlght was opened to twenty tour youiiir friends of Hubert lintte, who tins recently returned from Cor nell t'niversity. Tables were ar runted on the vt randa for At 1 1 1 t'oiii'liiKinn of the games refresh ineiitH of peach ire cream and amrel fiiinl rnko were oeived. and duriiu; the ifHIliea Mi-s Lurile llntfe refresh ed the plaveix with ilelicliiUS fruit punch. Mr. Matte leaves In a rew TO REMOVE Freckles Pimoles IS TEN DAYS, I SE SAT I NOLA The Complenlon Beautifyer SATINOLA is a new discovery, guarl auteed, and money refunded If it falls to remove the worst case of Freckles, Pimples, Tan, Liver Spots, t Sallowness, Black-heads, 'or any other skin eruption in 20 days-leaves the skin clear, soft, healthy and re stores the beauty of youth. Thous ands testify to the meritsof Satinola. Miss Alace Lirette writes : Thlh odeaux, La., Ort, 15, '04. "For four years my fare was completely cov ered with freckles aud pimples. All remedies failed, until I used two packages 'of Satinola. which com pletely removed the freckles aud pimples. My complexion is now perfect, and hope every lady having freckles or plmplea will try Satino la." Trice :0c and 1 m, by leading drugguK or mall. National Toilet Company TARIS, TENNESSEE Sold In Bryan by M. II. James and all leading druggists. 3. ,!',f""Y --S3 ' day for Msxla to assume his duties i as civil engineer lu charge of mu nicipal wort. A called meeting of the West End Social Club waa held with Mra. Jno. M. Lawrence Thuraday afternoon, nd Mrs. lwrence was unanimous ly re-elected president and Mra. I). C. JMMaret secretary, acompllmeut rirhiy deserved by theae ladies for the pleasure they have contributed M members and guests of the Club alike. Miss MaV Mr Tunis was hostess to the Needlu Worker Friday after, noon. After keeping the needle bu.y for awhile, these modern Dor ca.es laid aside their work and played "tl." The score cards were designed after the fashion of th club pin. Following the games a salad courae was served. Church tea entertainments of a pleasant and successful character wroro enlitrail Frldav aftertiimti un der th auspice of the Baptist ladle ..a am a . witn Mrs. t,. r. raras. ami in Methodist ladle with Mr. H. V. South. Miss Ethel Hutaon of Indianapo lis, Ind., and Mr. Henry Hutaon of New Orleans, attended the wedding of their sister, Mis Hutson, and will remain several week with their pa rent. Mutiny and Piracy By CLARA TAYLOR Vfipvrlglxt. ( T. C. JuVOur U Auut Ilsunah Huow, wife of Captain Jabes Snow of Kenuebunk. wa. aluioat as good a sailor as her husbaiul. She had gone with 1)1 in to the West Indies on seven voynges and had acted a mate aud set-oud mate, She could mend a sail, steer her trick, make or take in ssll and ue a quudrnut as well as uny one, or at leintt as welt as uuy unite thnt ever sailed with the Ilsuunb Snow, as the brig was named. Ciiptaln Snow rau Ix-tween Botoii and the West In dia isluudt. and the shipper of llos tou t'Sine to know his wife and the way rhe could diHilpliue a vrew and hull die the craft. Oil u cert i in d:itt ttie brig w in load ing lu BoMou for a quick market. Ex tra help was put ou to get the eurtf a boil rd, and Captain Jubez sitcueil a I Kind to p't that cargo to its il.-tliin-tlon within u certain IiuiiiIht of days, barring liurricaneM, wateripoiita and other act of Providence. The linl had not leeu ii;ued more thnu an hour wheii he broke his X- Nothing was surer than that lie could not curry out his iiKrccun'tit. ami a great financial Ion u well us UlUll) Weeks of Vexa tious delay ntared the couple In the face. They mut either llud a captain to take charge of the brlK or forfeit the charter and pay u good round sum. iiiul ('nptnlu Julie wa wondering If a mau could be found when his wifi broke lu on hint. "J a hex, you have broke your leg. and I don't want to lie cro with you. but you Keciii to for'it that 1 am still on earth." "No, I don't," In replied, "but I don't nee what Jon can do lu thin cane ex cept to k'it me hark holm' and liur-c me." "Well, I where I can do some thing el-e. iiiul I'm goin" to do It !. I'm goln' to take the Hannah to 1 1 j -'vl Indies hihI back and save our charter." "Haw you loht your wnwO" "Not u bit of It. If I couldn't make that voyage I wotiMn't 1" worth my salt. 1 know nil the i-rcw, and I'll have Hill Henderson for unite. We'll hI'; dow n there and ho bm-k ng'lu t f i your leg has Ix-giiu to knit. There needn't auy inure talk nNiut finding n captain." When C'uptuin Jabez thought the matter over he was Inclined to think that his wlfu could do nil i-lw said, but the iiiuslgmvs hail to be consult)! 'When Auut Ilsnnuh went to theui uud stateil the esse they did Hot raloe a sin gle objection, and it wns settled that she wns to bo t'Hptiiin Hannah Snow for the vuynge. It was only nfter the brig hnd left ort that the mate's ineanues csme to the surface. He had nulled with the cruft on several voyages and wss n neighbor of the Snows at home. When the accident hapeued to Cnptuln Jshex the mnte naturally hnpud to get coinmnnd for the voyage. lie would have leeu dis tressed If any other enptnlu had come aboard, but to le walked over by a woman, even though she was the cai tuln's wife and a lieigliUor, was tiei mii h. Aunt Hanmih saw that he was In the sulks. "I-ook here, Bill Henderson." r.be said, "it won't do you the least mite of good to go on biting your tongue over this. I enn cnptuln this brig as wrll ns .Inln ., nod I'm going to take her out und bin k." "You'll have her nt the bottom lie fore we strike the gulf stream," he re plied. "You never mind where I'll have her, but 'tend to your knitting. We are to crnck on and inako the liext time we can." A day later she found the mate carry ing too littlv .all, sud an argument ensued. I.stvr on she ca:ne on deck from her watch Mow to find Llin chuinmlug with tho men. Two or three other things happened to put her out of temper, and sue cxtirclsed the privilege of a captain by "breaking" the mste and sending him to the fo' castle. When she would replace him with the next best man, the sailor re fused to take the place. The crew was with the mate. Auut Hannah express ed her mind freely, ana a a conse quence the crew refused ta obey. The brig waa brought lo the wind, aall tak en off. and the woman waa laughed at She waa told hat not a man would do duty until the mat waa reinstated. "Then. It's mutiny. Is ItT" she replied. "Very well. I'll let you know that you've got the wrong pig by the ear. I'll lose brig, cargo and everything else la the world before I'll give In." For a day aud a ulght the brig made no progress, aud as the weather was fair she Incurred no danger. The crew saw that the woman did not Intend to give lu, and It angered them. There was one among theuj who bad read dosens of pirate books aud always longed to aall under the black flag. Things had never come right for him before, but now be took adruiitnge of the temper of the others to broach the subject. He was a gixsl talker, and he held out such an alluring picture that eveu the mute, who was above the average man In Intelligence, agreed to gi Into the pirate business with the others. This decision waa communicated to Captain Hannah, who waa wandering about unconcernedly. "Waal, Bill, that's all right." she re torted. "There' a ruin an 1 sugar load ed bark coiulu' our way, and you might begin on ber. I've got a black shawl which I'll give you for a flag, and you Just lay to, board that bark and give 'em fits " "I'll either turn pirate or command thla brig." stoutly asserted tb i mate. "Then It I a plrst you'll become, for you'll sever git command here." So a signal of distress was set on tb brig, and waea th bark came up and waa hove to ah was boarded by all the crew of the Snow In their own yawl. - They might have committed aome foolish act aud had to smart for It but for the womsu left aboard. Just before they reached the bsrk she hoisted her Hack shawl aa a aigual and a warning. The crew of the stranger aaw that something was wrong, and when the "pirates" attempted to board they were met with capstan bars and belaying pins. Some were selxcd aud flung Into the sea after lelng well thumped, nnd when the bark resumed her voyage and the yawl returned o the brig with the discomfited "pirates" they were met at the gangway by Cap talu Hannah and un ancient fowling plei-e uud told to shear off. They felt It wise to ols-y, tt';d for seven long hours they floated within n cable's length r the brig and took turns Is-g glng Aunt Hannah's pardon and en treating her forgiveness. When they weie hiuf dead w ith thirst and hunger she Invited them aboard, or, rather, Hrmittisl them to crawl over the rail and promise all sorts of g'I beha vior In future. Hie brig had lot valuable time, but to inuke tip for It Providence gave her a gale from the right 'iarter and she moved along jiit kly. She overrun her time by a day. Iwith going and -ilng. and never, lifter having their hurts ut tended to, was there a more willing mate or crew. Oeraslonally Captain Hannah had something to say alsiut mutiny and piracy and broken heads, but she made no note of It III the I g boo'(, nnd x'!'h.ip4,sl.e never told Cap tain J.ibcz. At lcat, when she had tlnl.-hed the return toynge, mil he a-kiil her bow things had g 'lie, site re plied: "I can't llud the h-.i-t mite of fault, nnd If you don't g:t i.iuiiiid purty smu lue'u the old 1 1 1 : r mid theui Boston shippers will hate H i lle for Joil." The lluniaa alurr I'lrtwrr. "You can talk till jmi want nlniiit the . beauties of landscape pictures, etc.." said a well known Kansas City nrt dealer, "but It Is the picture with the human nature iu it that uttrm ts the crowd. Put a human nature pic ture In a window with landscapes und it will ls the only one notlcisl. Not long ii go I uotlced a number of small Imijs standing around our window. Tin y stayed so long I went out to see what wus attracting theui. It was a picture of two cowboys leaving a uew ly made grave on the prairie, one of them lending a horse with an empty saddle. Over the grave stood a dog. Finally one of the Isiys said. 'Come on. fellers; we gotta go home.' I alu't done looklu' yet, replied another, evi dently his small brother. 'Well, dim on; we've gotta go. You can come, back tomorrow sn' see it somo more,' come from the first. 'Tomorrow morn ln'T asked the smaller boy. 'Yea.' 'All right,' he said, and off they went Dur ing the day I noticed perhnpa a doxen people bringing their friends up to see that painting. The picture thnt 'get next' to a person . the one the big majority of people love."-Kansas City Times. The C rltle aad the I.edr. Talleyrand, the noted Frenchman, possessed wit of so high an order that It has stood welt tho test of time, and his Jokes are still good. The author of "Juniper Hall" gives two of his sajr lugs to Mine, tie Stael, He was a great admirer of Mme. He r a ruler and Mme, de Stuel, the one for her beauty, the other for her wit, Mme. de Btael asked him one day If he f on nil himself with both of them lu the sea on a plank, and could only save one, which It would be, to which he replied. "Ah! Mme. de Stael Vuows so many things, doubtless she knows how to swim." When "Delphlne" appeared, It was sutd that Mme. de Stui-l bad described herself as Delphlne find that Tailey rand waa the original of Mine, do Ver non. Meeting the authoress soon after ward, Talleyrand remarked In bla most gentle tone of voice: "I hear that both you and I appear In yonr new book, but disguised as women." BUSINESS PMPJOT I largely a matter of facilities and good management. Nothing wilt facilitate your business more if you ar to two atory house thau a freight elevator. V have one a good aa new, and will accept ' ANY REASONABLE OFFER. - Dunn & Daly PHONE 79 VMM SALOON -tk. bsMt Wines, Liquors and Cigars SILAS 8. 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