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New 1905 Catch Maclerel and Shreded Codfish Helm I'lck In to burtli and bottles, quality unexcelled Tftlchslleu Apple Butter, 3 pound jars VerVtmV. Nations! Klseutt Co s t akes and Crackers Our lln of Ferndell Canned Goods Is complete and for quality Is uneicelled we guarantee satisfaction, once tried you will us uo other jrgyCuas is. (Sanborn's Kmperors Wend Tea put up iu 1 i and 1-2 pound air tight sealed packages for Ice tea, 1 pound makes over 20J cups. Telephone 114 DANSBY & DANSBY 3c RAILROAD TIME TABLE. H. T. C. SCHEDULE. noktu kociiu thains: No. 3 l:S8p.in. No. H:W.m. SOUTH ttoCSD thains: No. 2 8:) p.m. No. 8 1:18 a., in. I. k O. N. KCIIEDl'LE. oCTII BOL'ND THAINS. No. 11 arrives at 1:50 p. in. NORTH BOC.NH TRAIN'S. No. 12 arrives at :10 a. in two 4-u'allon 211 from rooms. Pants goods at Norwood's. '.M7 El I'aso grapes. Howell Hms. 'JiO New line of pants goods at Nor wood's. 2J7 New fall styles in glrgt.ams at Norwood's. H.sp. to Mr. and Mrs. J. (. Mink ert, a .aulittr. Wanted To buy cows. It. . Atlen. Sam Fountain rain Houston yesterday. Mrs. Allert Hmitieiuau returned o Calvert yesterday. For Kent Nil'" ruriiinl.nl Apply to Mis. J. E. Tic.. Judge Jno. N. Henderson left yes terday to visit Italllnger. Iok for our real estntf lit neit week. T. K. Hatt A Co. 141 VV. H. McVey of Minter Springs was In the city yesterday. C. A. Kobertson as a visitor from Wellborn yesterday. One hundred b:;I:s nw 111 styles in giuk'haniH at Norwood's. 'Z'Jl J. W. Carson of ( olb-ge returned yesterday from Huswell. N. M. Jack lawless and family of llur teu were In the city yesterday. Mrs. 8. II. Hickman of Hearna is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Sut ler. For Kent Six room lions con venient to school. Apply to M. H. James. N Mrs. H. F. l.emn went to Austin to attend the funeral id Mr. Marry Haynes. Lot-A ineerscliauin pipe Satur itv nlifht. Jteward for return to this olllce. J35 Why use acid vlnegam when you can get a pure article from Sanders llros. Call for the Ozark brand of apple viuegar made by W. If. Han dera A Sons of Kenton Co.. Ark., and sold aud guaranteed by Iluckey e I Cider aud Vinegar Co., branch office San Antonio. Tex. I'houe 101. (Sp 2i Tom Fountaiu has accepted a po sition with Alexander Potter, a lead ing civil engineer of New York City. Mr. Fountain declined a position as Instructor in civil engineering in Cornell university, where he grad uated the pat year. He left for New York Ut night. I.!.' and Accident The Mutual Life, Itellance Llf. North America and 1. S. Casualty up-to-date pol icies Iu each and jreinluius lower than most of the good companies. T. It. lUHe A Co. 211 Mr. Win. Mafcterson of Houston passed through the city yesterday en rout tioiiie from Monteale, Telin.. Wliere She Jl US been spe)tiiug the SUIllllO r. We nre able to supply your wants orc!iojce metits and market prod ucts, stul invite your patronair" un der a gunrniitte to please. S. II. Franklin. x'J! Mrs. S. ('. Hoyle aud little sou. Master Sam. returned t. San Anto nio yentt-rday after a visit to Judge and Mrs. A. (i. Hoard. We have the let market equip ment iu Central Texas, and sell tte best meats and market products. 2 S. H. Franklin. Dr. 11. M. I. ant. am of College left yesterday to spend a few days visit ing hi father. Governor I.aoham. at Austin. j ( all and make a selection frpm jth iauJsome line of pants goods I just received at Hurt Norwood's. 7 ! Mrs M. A. Evetts returned to i Henchlev yesterdav after a visit to j Dr. and Mrs. U. II. Harrison. You get goo 1 meats at Franklin's market all th time. If not a cus tomr. try us this month. 237 .Mrs. Jsmes Holey and Miss Hal- lie Itoxley were visitors from Prov deuce yesterday. Men's sample shirts half price at Norwood's. 237 I Substantial Edibles e Seasonable Delicacies and C ream of 11 heal Grape Xuls Egg-o-see Premium Ham and Breakfast Vacon Bottled TicUes Dried Grapes Honey biggs & Mcculloch (Successors to Ihos. It'. Jliggs) ...Telephone 142... e tf t- Uhc new fall styles in Soft and Stiff HaU NOW ON DISPLAY IN OUR LARGE SHOW WINDOW Our assortment of Men's Soft and Stiff Hats this season is the largest and handsomest we have ever shown, every new and correct shape and color can be seen in our complete display. We carry the largest stock of Stetson Hats in Bryan. $3.00 to $7.00 VarKs 3L Waldrop The Clothiers J The Villa Maria Crsuline Convent sisters are happy over tlie best open ing in th history of the school. The attendance is reported at Iast fifty per cent greater than ever before at opeuiug time, aud day pupils as well as boarders are included In the increase,. Day pupils now have con veyance to and from their homes to the convent, which is a great help to the attendance. We represent tome of the best in surance companies unquestionably. We insure cotton gins, cotton In bales, all kinds of merchandise risks and country property. We make our . k ! f SA. own rales on rnese risss. uou i have to ask what you have been navlmr. We are confld-nt that we can save you money. T. H. Hatt A Compauy. 21 Mrs. Harry C. McMichael aud children have arrived from Buffalo to join Mr. McMichael They are at home Iu the cottage on the corner west of and adjoining T. C. Nuun's residence. Secretary 8. E. Andrews of Col lege left yesterday for Dallas to at- teud the meeting of the board ot directors to be held today for the purpose of electing a president of the college. Fresh bread, fancy cakes, lady fingers, etc., at the Texas Bakery every day. Special orders also re ceive prompt attention. 'Phone Si). Mrs. Utto Hoehme, Prop. dtf. Her. S. B. McClung returned yes terday from a visit to Runnels coun ty. He brought with him two fine watermelons weighing sixty-five and sixty-seven pounds. Miss Camille Lucas returned to Houston yesterday after a visit to Mr. aud Mrs. J. M. Collier. Mrs. L. V. Pitts of Passadena ar rived yesterday to visit in the Steep Hollow community. For Sale Good, young cow with second calf. Apply to M. E. Wal lace at this office. HI We make ail kinds of bouds ju diciary, court bonds, and others. T. It. Batte&C. 241 When you think of meats, think of Franklin's markets and ring tele phonss 30 or 326. 237 Five doxen men's sawple shirts just received and going at half price at Norwood's. 'SSI Bead Fountaiu Co.'s 'black board" on second page. Changes daily. d-tf Mr. and Mrs. Sam Syinms of Peach Creek were in the city yesterday. CMLRCH TEA. Mrs. Ernest Parks announces a church tea at her home from 6 to 7 p. m. Friday. Everybody Invited. 36 The principals of Alien Academy have found it necessary to postpone the opening date of the school from Wedoeseay. Sept. 13 to Wednesday, Bept. one week later owlnj to the unfinished condition of the main building, which will be reay by that time. Pupils enrolled from a dis tance, numbering over a hundred, have been advised of the change of the opening date. R. I. Cotton was visitor from (Jrltrie county yesterJsy. RIOT AT TOKIO. Two Killed and at Lsest Five Hundred Sustain In juris. Toklo, Fept. T. In a riot here, due to dlaekvtliifurtlon over peace settlement, two persona were killed and stout Its wound! Wounded by Bomb. Klelostr.k. Ilussla. Kent. 7. A bomb was thrown at the commissioner of po ll'-. The commissioner wss wounded. SUPERB SMITH. Not On Detroit Pitcher Could Secure a Hit Off Chicago Pitchsr. In the second American lessTue gain Wednesday at Ifc-trolt not a member of the total team could secure a alt alt rit. her Smith of the Chlrafoa. The latter son by the one-sl.le.l -or of II to 0. In the. first fame Ik-trnlt was aJso shut out. Chlcaxo rorinf twice. CssveUnd. I; ft. Louis, 4. ItlUulHnhU t; Boston. 1. New York. 2; Ilrooklyn, S. Nstionsl Lesgu. rhllit'leiphla. t; Brooklyn. 0. Sowthom Lesgu. Atlar.ta. 2: New Orleans, 0; aCanta, 11; Nsr Orleana. 4. Nashville. &; Little Flock. 2; Nash ville. 4; Little. Ko.k. 1. FOUR INJURED. Automobil and Auto-Ambulsnc Col- lid With Disastrous Results. New Tork. Hept. 7. Commodore A. H. G'wks of the Southern Tatht club of New Orleans, Mrs. Cooke, Mr TheU ma I'.luke of this city and David C. Motit Islre. the rhaffeur, were aorlously Injure'! In a collision between their au tomotive tin.) an auto-ainbuUrice cur ryln a diphtheria patient to a hoet'ltal at HrfH.klyn. The four f-rsons were taken to the Kastern district hospital, where it was said that Mrs. I'.lake's rondltlnn was serious and that It wss feared she was sufWInir a fraitured skull. CONDENSED HAPPENINGS. Resiliences are In demand at Terrell, Te. Cherokee council m.-cts ut Tahleijuah on lath. Prohibition carried In Crimea coun ty. Texus. Law ton svwi-r system Is completed. It cost 3:.000. MrKlnney Is to have a first-class sewrrsce system. Wilson hotel at Carbon. Te.. was destroyer by tire. Coweta and Marble are aspirants for capital of Pequoyah. First bale at Owl. I. T.. sold at It certs and s;ot III premium. Travis county. Trias, farmers com plain of lack of cotton pl kers. Charlotte Kurton. an aged nea-rrss, died suddenly In a llalveston church. In a conflict at Orandlet. Caucasus, eleven persons were killed or wounded. Wichita Valley road Is to extend ed from Seymour, Tel.. to Abilene. An ear of yellow corn seventeen Inches lorif was crown near Foreman, Ark. Rody of a white child was found flnednaT In Grand river near Fort Jib eon. L T. A. F. Hrewer. a prominent rltlxen of Comanche, I. T.. fatally shot himself In the head A nejro preacher named H. McKen ra was seriously Injured at Reaumont In a runaway. Miss Maude Wade was struck by a train at Troupe. Tex., knocked down and badly bruised. Judfte K. O. Young; of Lawton has fallen heir to S2on.000 worth of prop erty near Lincoln. Neb. Who's your if e if if r m S. 4 e w We hope we are. We fry f- tnerlt your patronage in every ay possible. Our lare trade enables us to keep our stock constantly fnvlu and this with our purpose to handle only the best standard "ods, assures those who txake us their grocers fo test fresh goods WE WHJI TO CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Club (fouse Canned Goods Pvvinnell & Wright Coffees WHITE PPSJ FLOUR W make a special feature of Cllln' all ord.-rs quickly and deliver same promptly. Nothing is sent out except what we know to be jrood. We appreciate y ur patron age and will five y u good goods and prompt service. We cheerfully correct any mistake we may make. 'Phones 78 and H bring our wagons. JN0. Pi LAWRENCE & COMPANY tiTi tti ffo tITt flT? t1Tt iti tti ti yiTi ijS ip w jp w w W l& DON'T BLAME the COOK! always if the meat part of your meal Isn't Just rl.ht it may be the fault of the butcher. There is where we may run into trou ble, for w are purverors of fresh and salt meats. Vet we Invite a trial of our service, confident that we can au!t you as to the meats themselves, cutting, prices and delivery. FAIR OFFER ISN'T IT, TO TRY US ONCE? CHANEY BROS. "oitf The Best the Harket Affords ana urpasseu oy ionc. (lain. Fr"h smoked or cooked Sausaire. Pork iu links. Hulk or stutfed R'd-'na. Vienna aud Ham atia.'. Heef and Veal. Kid. Mutton aud Lamb. All latest and modern Improvements In han dllng market products. Polite and courteous treatment to all. Highest Prices Paid for all kinds of Hides and Beeswax. IT.KK DKLIVERV AND tH'ICK SERVICE S. H. FRANKLIN Phones 30 or JJ6 Better than a Job! An accident policy in one of JX0. A. MOORE'S' companies will pav your SALARY when you are SICK OR HURT. We guarantee to tfive you the best HEALTH OR ACCIDENT policy written in Bryan. We have paid our customers in the past two years over $1 1,000 for accidents. CAN ANYONE ELSE O 5H0W A SIMILAR RECORD T I Jno. A. Moore Jr. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Or The FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BRYAN, AT THE CLOSE OF BVSINESS Al O. 2, 1K4. RESOURCES toani and Diicounti $303,044.70 U. S. Bonds and Premiums 52.400.00 Stocks and Bonds 246.00 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 9,713 70 Expense Account 1.386.15 CASH 134.671.13 $501,461.68 LIABILITIES Capital $100,000.00 Surplus 20,000.00 Undivided Profits 28.528.55 Circulation 50.000.00 DEPOSITS 302.933.13 $501,461.68 1, 11. O. Boatwright, Vice Prenident of the above named lank, do tolemnly wear that tie above etatempnt ia true to the be-t of my knowledge and belief. Correct Atwt: II. O. BOATWRIGHT, Vice President. J. W. UOWKLL, ) L. L. McINXlS, Director. GUV M. BRYAN Jr. J SnbccriW'I and cworn to Mot me this 30th day of August, 1005. W. C. DAVIS, Notary Public, Brazoa County, Texas. if if if i e if f e w es tf - T PaulMerkaof Benchley was in the city yesterday.