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DB4.TH OP MRS. S. M. AlLl'HW.
CHOICE GOODS. Dig shipment Iilanke's Candies of all kinds j iU received including Crystalled Pineapple, Crystalized Cherries, Ac. Dlanke's 1-pound fancy boxes Bon Dons and Chocolates equal to the best; surpassed by none. Stuffed Dates 1-lb pks; plain Dates in 1-lb pkgs. Baker's cocoa, chocolate. Something NewPeters' Imported Swiss Sweet Choco late at 10 cents per package tastes like more. - Shelled English Walnuts, per pound f)0C Shelled Almond, per ound f)0C New crop Almond. English Walnuts, Filberts, Hraill Not. Fresh shipment ( kn and Crackers. 5 pound Oxford Frail Cake j XjQ Half-pound packages Evaporated Krisp Sponge Ijidjr Finder. Nabisco Waters, Feetuis Wafers, per package JC Despite the advance in Cranberries we are (till Jif selling them per quart aVUC Cox old fashioned Gelatine. Knot's acidulated Gelatin 1.1c per package 2 for a3U Try l'lioia. Dr. 1'rice'a Jlty Hugar l'lcklee. Olives, and other good things too numerous to mention. A visit to our store or call for tit will convince you we ran supply jour wants. Ferndcll Canned Coodi are Better." Chate&Sar.born Teat and Roasted Coffees the Best. DANSBY & DANSBY. Phono 114 RAILROAD TIME TABLE. M. A T. C. BCHEDULE. NOHTH HOUND TRAINS: No. S 1:38 p.tn No. & IS :4fl a.m. SOCTH RnRND TfcAIKS: No. 2 8:40 p. ra N. 1:48a.m. I. A O. N. SCHEDULE. V SOUTH HOUND THAI. no. ii arrives at :au p. ui. MOUTH BOOND TRAINS. No. 12 arrives at 9:10 a. m LOCALS Hot Reef Roulllou at The HmUh Drug Co. 45 Mrs. Ada Bsm U YUitiug in Hearoe. Hot Tomato liouillon at The. Winith Drug Co. . i' Robert A. Wilson or Waco is here oo a visit. Hot Claw Bouillon at The Smith Drug Co. 45 C. C Duckworth arrived from Marllu yesterday- I. Y. Clilnski of Nayaita was in the city yesterday. Dr. O. F. Lee of Wellltoru w as in the city yesterday. Hot Coffee with whipped cream. The Smith Drug Co. 4V John Koaarek of Sinetmua was In the city yesterday. (Jreat reductions in all overcoats at Norwood's toJay. 4:! J.O. Kernols of Anderson arrived the city yesterday. We are now serving hot drinks. The Smith Druic Co. 45 (. W. Dunlap of Millican was in the city yesterday. fill ll'v ll,"rnt .iia The Smith Drutc Co. 45 Mr. atnl Mrs. H. W. Tabor returned from Vi' i yesterday. 38 inch white linen lawn. 40 and 0to at WagMr i Krainlou'H. 41 Wanted A few pounds of clean rags at this office. 11 Notice the. width l&iuch 1'ongee at Wagner A Rraiidm's. 4( It. A. Itisser of Rallmger spent yesterday iu Bryan. Jeff 1'. Mitchell, surveyor ami ab stractor, ltryan, Texas, febl J. W. Hamilton has returned from a trip to Uroeabeeck. Hot Chocolate with whipped cream. The Mmlth Drug Co. 45 O. J. Burroughs and Sum Freeman were iu town yesterday. White figured madras for shirts at Wagner A Brandon's. 41 J. B. Welch and family of Houh ton are her visiting relatives. rlfty pieces ;w inch madras for shirt at Wagnr A Brandon's. 44 A. A. Deau and John Henry of Tator wtre in tlie city yesterday. JT-lnrh silk voile in light shades &0c, at Wagner A Brandon's. 41 Miss LI I lie Ewmg of I'ltU Hridg is the gueot of Miss MauJ Marrett John H. and A. W. Hoyder of Wellborn wer In the city yester day. For Kent One of Mrs. Koppe's new cottages. Apply to O. K. Hsun ders. 4J Marriage license has twen Usued to Oncer Watson and Karly Wil llama. Don't forget the white waistlug at Wagner A Brandon's. 15c, 'Ate and 25c. 44 For Sale. Mrs. Llllie Chance's sorrel buggy horse. Se Milxe Der- deu at Webb Bros. it Crep de Chene" in white, light blue, pink, Nile and grey, only 56V at Wagner A Brandon's. 44 Dr. J. r. Laves returned to Brownsville' yesterday after a vUii of a few days to his family. art Inch white Butcher linen for eyelet embroidery only 35 at Wag nr A Brandon's. 41 I. F. Thompson of the Holligan neighborhood was in the city yester day and shipped a fine Poland- ! China hog to VilUge MilU. Texa. ,oi r um: or, mm e to Cannot be excelled for Quality. Our Prices are also Right. l'-pou:id cau Teluio tomatoes, per cau . . 2-pouml can Teluio corn, per can it-pound can Tel mo string beans, it cau 2-pound can Telmo K.J. pen S-pound can Telmo grated pineapple, per can a pound can Telmo sliced pineapple, per can 1-pound cau Tolmo grated pineapple 1- pound can Telmo tomato soup, per can 2- pound can Telmo strawberries, per can 2-pound can Telmo salmon, per can 2Vpound can Telmo white cherries, per can 2', -pound can Telmo peeled apricots, per can 2',-pouud can Telmo White Death peaches, per can.... 2', -pound cau Telmo sliced peaches, per can 2'.-iMiund cau Telmo hominy, per cau Asparagus tips, per can :c Whole asparagus, per can 1-gallon can Telmo maple syrup, per can t.gallon can Telmo maple syrup, per can it-quart can Telmo maple syrup, per can 1-pound can Telmo coifee, per can Ci-poqnd can Telmo coffee, per can Extra Values Magnet brand corn and tomatoes. .1 cans for. . lOo ..12'Vc . . lSe . ll),C . 25c .. 2.'kj . .. Iftc ..I2.c ... 'Se ... 20c ,.:ni,e .S.i,c .3.V-.0 ...H.Sl,j ..12'Yc 40o 1.85 70o 40c 35e 1.00 Money refuudd on anything not satisfactory. wm$ r Eiccuiioci PHONE M-ii Reductions On all of our Men's and young men's u it j and Overcoats 1 10.00 Suits g j ji 12.50 Suits Q Jfg 11.75 l:w!.sr.,;... 13.75 J0... 15.75 25.00 Suits jg rg Same Scale of Prices . . on . . O)crcoatr Similar Reductions on our entire stock of men's high grad c Trousers. ...XOaldrop The Clothiers T 1. l . m lueiunerai or j. . Ia-x was held yesurday afternoon at 4 o'clock and attended by many friends of the family. Tl.o service at the home was conducted by Dr. (ieorge B, ilutler, pastor of the BaptistChurch. ami interment at the cemeterv fol- lowed under the burial rites of the A. O. L". W., members of which or urr ufuuci in a Dcuy. in men tioning the names of Mr. Leigh's brothers yesterdar niornlnir th Kagle omitted that of Mr. Ben I-Igh of Waxahachie. Wauted A few men mud womn with a fair education for a good bus- iness position. Two to travel. Sal ary f 12 to 18. per week and expen ses. Address Mrs. Harriet K. Whir. - j Bryan, Texas. 4 The annual reception of the La- die' Home Mission Society of the Mfthodint Church. to have been held with Mrs K. J. Jenkins on Friday ftrnooii next, has been postpuued for the present owing to the death of the fister of Dr. Betu, the pastor. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Burger have bfi iu Hi.ntiTl!l the paot lew days attending Mrs. Berg r s brother, Mr. IMgivr Join s, who U dang -roiisly ill from tetanus, r-ultliig from a rusty nail penetrating his foot. Dr. Butler of the Baptint Church d.'lr s us to aunouuee that he wants the entlro tiieinbf mhlp to be with him at preyer meeting tonight unlet detained unavoidably. For Sale Ilubber tire phaetou, almost new, and gentle family buggy horse; harness included. Trice reasonable. Apply to J. W. llunul cutt at stable. 43 Fred Good ion arrived from Hous ton yesterday to attend the marriage of his sister. Mlsa Ammle Uoodsou, to Mr. C. T. Skeins. Ladies, call during this week and see samples of dainty underwear from F.d Klam's white sale. Mr. Mary Lawrence, Agt. Ed Klam. tf When you give me an order you have no express charges and are un der no obligations to take the goods If not pleased. Mrs. Mary Lawrence, agent Ed Klam. tf Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deaton re turned to Ennis yesterday after a visit to Mr. and Mr. W. A. Deaton. Special sale of embroideries, laces and silks at Norwood's all this week. New bolt brought down every day. 4.1 Sidney Uhodes left yesterday for a business trip to Madison aud Crimes coui ties. Another Bryan Home Falls I'ndcr Sablt Shadows. Borrow inexpreeihle ha fallen upon another Bryan home and the ympathy of the community wells up for a young husband, mother, brothers and a bister, and other relatives bereft of on held in the bonds of cloeeet affection. Mrs. Mamie Allpbio, wife of Mr. S. II. Allphln and daughter of Mrs. 11. V. Kernole, died at the family home in this city yeeterday a "rnoon at 3:35 o'clock. Mrs. Allium had been in failing health for fi long time, and oo more than one ccaion ber life had been des pairl of. For the at two weeks there has been little hope for her recovery. Mrs. Allphin was born in Bryan Jan. 29, 18s3p and lacked but three days of completing her '23rd year. She was reared and edu cated in this city, and married to Mr. Allphin April 2. l'JOl. She was a member of the Methodisi church, a devoted wife and daugh ter and a faithful friend. Besides her huiiband and mother the leave a lister and two brothers, Mrs. B. P. WiWn of this city, Mr. J. O. Kernole of Anderson and Mr. J. C. Kernole now in the service ofThe government as a soldier and stationed in Califorr ia. The funeral ter vice will be held at the Kernole home this afternoon at 3 o'clock, interment following at the city cemetery. MRS. HATTIE FORBES. Dealb in Port Arthur of s Sister of Dr L F. Betts oa Yesterday. -Dr. I. F. Betts and family re ccived by wire yesterday the sad intelligence that Mrs. Hatti rorbes, nuter of )r. Belt, died in Port Arthur, Texas, yeeterday morning at o clock, after an ill ness of several months. Mrs. rorbeswnstbe wife of Mr. O. Forbei", and leaves her hm band and four eons. The latter are Ony Forbes of Schenectady, New York; Lucian Forbes, now in echool at Auburn, Ala; Reginald Forbes of Dallas, and Sam Forbes, the joungext, residing with the parents at Port Arthur, where they were spending the winter. The family horse is at Birmingham, Ala., but Mr. Forbes, who is a traveling man, has been spending sereral months principally in Texas. Mrs. Forbes was 4S years old, a member of the Methodist church and a lady of refinement, intelli gence and christian character. She made many friends in Bryan during a visit to Dr. and Mrs. letts last fall, and the sympathy f the community goes out to them and other relative in this great sorrow. Dr. Belts received a telegram yeptenlay afternoon anuounring that the remain', would l con veyed tn Birmingham, Ala, for burial. To Rent At Once. 127 acres next to Coni ut. acres new ground n A. and M. College road. 'JO acres flear my rfidncf di4wlC " W. U. Cavltt. m - "I'repw de chene" iu white and color, only .'sic at Waeunr A Bran don's. 44 We now have :(6-iuch Taffetlue for lining purposes, 6Sc at Weuer A Brandon's. 14 Ladies, remember our sale of em broideries, silks and laces continues all this week. Burt Norwood. 41 Take a look through our new ar rivals iu lace and embroidery and you will te pleased, waguer A Bradon. 44 Mrs. C. E. Drake and baby return ed Junday from a visit In Houston. Our shoe stock is now complete we have anything you can ak for now in shoes. Burt Norwood. 10 For fine tresh bread and cakes of all kinds call at the Texas Bakery. Careful attention to special orders. Phone 8it. Mrs. Otto Roehme. tf Owing to the bad weather, Kurt Norwood's embroidery sale has beeu continued through the week. 43 A flue burned out at the residence of Mrs. It. P. Illggo yesterday after neon, causing a fire alarm. art The Maui YaTr LTU Id) fff! filial 11 0 HV FILLING VOI K LAKDEft WITH AN ASSORTED BILL of ..Our.. Choice GROCERIES THEY (IIVK SATISFACTION 'I'hones M and ?H JNO. 111. LAWRENCE & COMPAtir 0 .1 aaaa.... Let the New Year be a Record Breaker FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN SOTHIXr, DOES IT SO WELL AS Heath & IVIilligan Paints -f l.l i II V GARTH, HOWELL & WEBB A Kentucky Colonel Says: Tlir'sllckrrsaud lirk--r. but some's better than others." H- w thiuktng of ours li'ii he spoke. It's the Iwst liquor made, nd In Purity and Flavor taiid t)nrlv.d. NT) rin SALOON E s l a b l i s 18 7 0 It IMat - ftt h e d Wines, Liquors and Cigars usc sins b. jo ay soy rHRKEK 'RYE MOyTRE.HL R1E OR TEXT ML XyE , Iwi Minn E . R O H D E Proprietor DR. VV. H. OLIVER Physician and Surgeon OrrtCR IN SMIT1I Bl tLDING Oftke Phone - - 107 Residence Phone - - 77 Drug Store Phone - - 60 W C. FOUNTAIN Dentist. Crown and Bridge work a spec ialty. Office up-st.iin over Burt NorwixTs store