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OF TEL MO GOODS? If not, give them a trial. You can Telmo of their superiority after you have tried them. GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS THIS MONTH. IT WILL BE APPRECIATED 0 ..PHONE 142.. DIGGS fi ElCCUUOCH SERMON BY REV. H. C. WIUJS Addition to the Methodist Church The Quarterly Conference. Rev. H. C. Willi, presiding el der of the Huntsville district, preached Sunday morning at the court house where the Methodist church services are lieing tempora rily held. . Rev. Willis preached a fine sermon from the text, "Blessed is the man that endureth tempta tion," a selection from the first chapter of James. Following the sermon Dr. Betts received into the church the fol lowing new memlwrs: Misses ICdna Crudgington, Katherine V. Miller, Fanny May Miller, Lena Yeager; WILSON & EDGE MILLINERY OPENING. The spring millinery opening of Wilson & Edge was the center of attraction for the ladies of Bryan and vicinity yesterday and was the most successful from an artistic as well as a business standpoint this enterprising firm has had yet, not withstanding their phenomenal record heretofore. The decora tions were notably !eautiful in cluding Easter lilies, ferns, palms, cut flowers, woodbine and white spiral. The display of f ashionable mil linery was the subject of much praise from the callers who thronged the department all day long. Miss Braatz and four as- Thomas J. Conway, Bruce K. With-jsistants were kept exceedingly ... M . 1 1 . All er.V wilt l . diallings. c c received by baptism except Miss Fanny May Miller and Will T. Stalling, who had previously re ceived the ordinance of laptistn. At the quarterly conference held at parsonage Saturday night the following delegates were elected to hc district conference which meets in Madisonville June 23: Prof. J. H. Allen, Prof. T. S. Minter, K. W. Crenshaw, F.d Hall; alternates, Prof. R. O. Allen, Dr. C. F. An drews. Dr. W. II. Lawrence, secretary of the Iward of stewards, is an ex-officio delegate. At a called meeting of the con- ffrrnrt' held previously, A. M. Waldron was elected trustee to fill the vacancy caused by the deatli of Capt. S. M. Derden, and the trus tees were authorized to have the I2700 loan on the church building extended by the church extension lioard. The building1 committee was also formv'ly authorized to re build the church. "The SeeteM Flower Thit Blows" U not ivrelr than Theltna, tl.e new pefilllie. A delightful odor. del icate j et permanent. Thelina is be eointu the favont anion people of refinement everywhere, fall ami test It at our tnr-. We are ulal to iiliow it bet-am tt make f r iii for teir and n. M. II- James. Hi leading I)rtiK'i;itt busy attending to the wants of patrons, and it has teen found necessary to continue the opening today. . The fashions of the French em pire under Napoleon and Josephine a hundred years ago are repro- dieed m this season's most ac ceptetl creations. The exquisite styles and bright and beautifu coloring are faithfully copied. It is a pleasant tak, renewing fashions so picturesquely beautiful as were those of the empire days, and the effect is no less pleasing to the artist who furms the shapes and blends the colors than to my lady whose reiral head "the thin" of - - beauty" crowns. Hardly less attractive than the millinery display was the show of dress goods and novelties so taste fully displayed in the store Mow and in the handsome show windows. COMPARED V.'ITH CATHEDRAL. f'Mmr AiMrlki On Ccai Traveler1 New York. April . Th steamer Atnerlka It one of tbe mighty ocean trv!er. Stood on end and placed alongside of Cologne rathedral. on ot tt tallest of ecrleslaatlcal structures. f 1 THE MASAI OF AFRICA. TXAaSB AaXBlXA AAD TUB CO LOO XI CATIIEDHAL. the vessel would tower above Oer many' Imnien , noun of worship She la truly a triumph of modern .hip- bulldlng. SAVED BY PROFESSOR. Promiacd to Dtliver tha Offending No gre to tha Polica. Meridian. MUa April . The rool neaa of Professor J. W. Ui'imn of th Meridian Female college prevented th lynching of a negro who ahot lira- romb Farmer, a atreet rar conductor. A mob of loo men and boya located the negro, Professor Heeson seeret ed the negro and argued the mob Into dispersing by promising to deliver the negro to the police TLe shooting oc curred over the rrfuaal of ifce negro to pay fare for a twelve-year-old hoy who accompanied him one the car. The conductor, it la believed, rill recover, Bold Holdup. Houston. April !. While Miss May Morrison of Fort Worth waa walking along a atreet here Saturday nlht he wu hel.l up by a highway man and relieved of diamond rins and other valnuhle. The young lady was too badly frightened to notice whether the party waa white or Mack. The rings were vulued at $lo. COTTON StCD MILLS. WOO per ton delivered; '00 tou at car. Thou ua your Wllaon Oralu Coal ( per orders, los Boilera Blew Out I'omeroy. O, April 9. Thirty-four nillea Hhove here the holler of the tow boat II. M. Iloxl blew out forward ami wrecked the forward end of the boat, ainklng her. Fireman Moran was knocked overboard anil drowned. F. M( (lonU'al waa blown through the roof and fatally Injured. Three other men were hurt. INTO FOUR STATES. '. Adam Bade Wanta Them North, Eaat. South and Weat Ttia. Waahington, April 9. Congress- man J. Adam Dede will Introduce In the bouae a resolution asking the Judiciary committee to report on the proposition to divide Texas Into four state North. Fast. South and West Texaa. Mr. llede wanta western rep resentation Increaaed. aa this would mean six more aenatora. The preatdent nominated the follow Ing Texaa postmastera: D. C. lUiloms Seymour: II. I. Sommervllle, Rich mond: William Pillory. WUla Point; O C. Itoje. Wort bam. GREATER VICTORY. Opposition to Government Increases Majority as Reports Come In. St. Petersburg. April 9. Delated re turna Increase the magnitude of the majority of the opposition to the gov ernment. kurzk returna a solid Pro gressive delegation. Tula Is the only province except Moscow which baa re turned a majority of Conservatives. As the net result In the province of Moscow, the real heart of Kussla, the latter sends to parliament com par a uveir unknown men two peasants, a workmnn. Prince Oagartn. M. rtaahoff, M. Krudner and Peter Struve. The lat ter U the moHt prominent, being pres ident ot the Moscow Ilourse. CLERGYMAN ACQUITTED. Adjudged Not Guilty of Having Taken Life of Hia Wife. New Albany. Ind., April 9. Itev. L. O. Suth.-rlln was acquitted of the charge of havln murdered his wife. The Jury was nut from Saturday morn ing until Monday morning at 8 o'clock. Jtev. Mr. Sutherlln received the ver dict with composure and was congratu lated by a number of pernors In the court. Including several hysterica! omen. A Qaee Hae Wk la Mm Be. rasa Ola ml Thirty. Hie young men of thut A f rim. 'I race, the Masnl. are nil warriors. theoretical ly, Iwtwftm the nge approximately of seventeen ulld twenty seven. When la th! stngtt they are known In their own language ua el tuoran. They pu!l tt: tieud hair out t Its rmitet length, even mietline twltln and plaiting Biter an-l atrlnit Into tin Ir wmd. Tle hair In tui thickly coate. with mutt mi fat and red clay and t'.wl Into iM-rukea. All bulr on the fai and tnnly U dm-U-el out by Iron tweeters. The sklu la kept constantly ubrtcate. with mr.t ton fat nilxe.1 with rej clay, but aa a rule tlie tnNly Is not disagreeably oily, and this lubrication only baa the result of giving a beautiful po"n to their statuelike furuia. As regarda ttw tiody there Is proba bly n more ttutlfully formed type of man than the young Masai warrior. Tlie face la sometime In keeping with the body, but more often ha a rather brutal aspect. The Maaal are not pure negroes, but obviously received a very long while ago a alight Infusion of Ilamlttc blood from races dwelling to the east of the White Nile. While they are In the young man-warrior stage the Maaal live principally on milk and on blood drawn from the veins of living cattle. They also occaalonally eat the meat of oxen, goata or sheep. Wben a Maaal decide that be bus had enough knocking about and has accumulated sufficient property on which to retire be devld to mnrry. TV' la usually about the age of twenty-seven to thirty. After marriage be sbavea bis bead, or at any rate keep the hair of bla bead very cloe cropped. II cease to anoint himself with mut ton fat and definitely rtn.il himself with th okl men. DOCTORS FEES. A Meaieal view ( the ( haraee end W.rh ( IMkralrlaa. Tlie law of supply anil demand regu late inedlcnl compeiisatlon to a tcry great extent. It Is a natural phenoine iiou. over which neither the prufesaor nor the laity have much control. Where there are many physiclana of eUul ability ouiptltlon grlmU down the fee. If the Income dnt Udow living expense tbe least auccvasful leave the couimiinfty or take up other mean of getting bread and butter. The (It tent survive, and In every liM-nllty the com poHltloii of the pntfesslon I lit a Mate of constant flux never the wine from year to year and constantly regulating Itself to the work to l done. When a man develop exceptional skill biaserv livs nre demanded more and more. They are bid up by competitor on the other Mlde. He Is, Indeed, compelled to raise hi fees to prevent overwork, strange a ttint may seem. He would not l e doing his duty by bis patient If be tried to treat a hundred a day, and that many would crowd hi olflce If bla fee were 25 cent. It Is also a fnct that a surgeon can do more now than ever Mfore a few con do wonders at compared with the surgeons of a cen tury ago and they receive more In pro portion by th operation of natural law. How they gained this ability Is Immaterial to the question. Indeed. not all bave ability to profit by fortui tous opportunities to learn surgery. American Medicine. ("arises Be lata a alt Uaa, The Ilelglau artisan spend bis leUure In a very novel manner. He breeds a special cork for crowing and that which can outcrow It fellow has reached the highest pinnacle of Nrfertlon. The modus operandi I to place tbe cage containing the roosters In long rw. for It apMar that propinquity create the spirit of emulation, without which the proceeding would fall flat A marker appointed by the organizer of the show I told off for each bird, his duty U-Ing to note carefully the num ber of crow for which It Is responsible In the same fashion a the lap are recorded In a bicycle race. The ens- omary duration of the match Is one hour, the winner being the rock which core the highest numlier of Milnt In tho allotted time. Better than a Job! I An accident policy in one of JXO. A. MOORE'S companies will pay your SALARY when you are SICK OR HURT. We iniarantee to jrjve you the best HEALTH OR ACCIDENT policy written in Bryan. We have paid our customers in the past two years over $11,000 for accidents. CAN ANYONE ELSE SHOW A 5IMILAK RECORD f o. A. Moore Jr. LJ-iaa J II WW WW r" wi- Call For Condition. asningirin. April a. The comp troller of the currency has Mailed rail for condition of national bank at tloae (if bllKincKS April C. Cruiser Launched. Tnklo. April 9. Japanese armored rrulxer Ikoma of ton was sue reikfully launched at Kure Monday. Four Skating Rinks. Taylor. Tex.. April 9 Tbl city has four skating rink. BRIEFLY NOTED. Hy mistake the Infant gin or Jamri McLaughlin of Trenton. S. J., m t hrtstenrd after ber father. Instead ol llatel. Nearly 30.004 Salvation Army meal ber celebrated at London Saturday Commander Booth a seventy-seventh birthday. At Chicago James Grady la charge with beating bla wife Into Inseoalbl! Ity ana burling ber down stairs. 8b may die. In an affray at Galveston betweet John flcott and John Copper, negro Copper waa shot to death. Scott waj knife slashed. Governor Handley of Indiana rfu es to pardon or parole ei-Audltor f her rick, serving a penitentiary term foi embeitlement. In an address at New York Met odlst Illshop McCak asserted laaoi unions were controlled by It per cool of their member. ('elf. I "cooly" the name of a eopler t Is believed to 1k The word lielniig to nil the Indian vernaculars. Etymulo K'klii have U-en tempted - to And It origin in the Tamil 'kull." which mean hue, payment for menial odd Job or the hireling oJ Job man himself, hut It I ilnted out In Dr. Murray's diction ary that when the word appear early la the seventeenth century It refer to r. tribe of Guxerat, In the went of India, ftr from the Tamil speaking south Lie Kull, or Koll, wbo seem to bave been often employed by Kuropeana as bearer and carrier. SHIP YOUR LIVE STOCK . TO. . neinKi) UNIT Stock Yards KANSAS CITY. M0. W C. FOUNTAIN Dentist. Crown nJ BrlJtf work j spec ia!ty. Office up-stairj vn Bur NorwjJ's store FRECKLES AND PIMPLES REMOVED u To. D.yu Nadinola Tho CooiaUiloa Beaatlfler U Jursml by laamisj of ratWul Lulias, saj i mSmm urssl4 to tnunt P "IM sll frUl JuoU. .. ;1it3T aaJ rwfore tlu Wnuty of youik. Tu wort csms is twnty Jiys. 50. saj S 1.00 St all UsJistf druj stars, or ky mil NTfM4l. TnlirT CO. HrH. 1mm 4 EXCURSION RATES mo.M am. point oX TIIK I. & G. N. R. R. SAN ANTONIO JJ.t7.DflTI Real Estate Agent OHlce In Taliaferro bulldlnir oppoilt . th Court House, rxy 1'tione 37. Have In olTlc the OXLV let of Ab tract Rook of Braio Coucty Land Title. FOR SALE. One and one-third lots of ground and good five room house in good neighborhood, two blocks from Main street Price $1,000.00. A. L. F.10NDRICK, M. D. Olllc at Jame' Drug Store. BRYAN, TEXAS. Special Attention Olvea Disease of Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Iteaidenc Tlione 'JUL I0NR0E EDGE We have sold 'JO) acre of farm land In the last few day, which It evidence of our abllit lu turning IiBTiuence oi our aniiiiy iu lurning rilri"i ... . . fill I VIII V l! now ii it a iiiue unoecoiniu 1 1 to boast, but you know ever d Hi a. a a I a . . i uiusi uo nitown wazzinir. aou inink ' lug our I duly entitled to a wi w . ! navel) l ties tateJ to irlve It one SPRING CARNIVAL! BATTLE cf FLOWERS AM STATE SAENGERFEST! April 16-21, 1906. Sec Ajeni, or Wrii D.J. PRICE. GE3.D.Hj!H i. r. u. i i s. r i r i -TlIK TrXAS ItAtt.K4 t" Palestine, Texas. riaven t hesitated to iflre It on little shake. We hardly understand why th In ve ttor Invariably cornea to u. Hut it I a known fact that lie do. W have had several thousand circular printed, howtnfr the (food point about liryan and Hrazo County, and to meet the demand w expect In the near future we mutt Increase our Hat of property for sal. If you are in the market for a home or have something to offer, come to see ua. We have a demand for v eral places In liryan to ct from IJiil UI to flOu oo. For list of farm land weekly paper published at Hryaa. MONROE EDGE I'llO.Nlu U5D OVER MWir HtRDWm STORE. t'aaall farlfl. One day Ttiouia Carlyle went with MJllal to look at the latter' bouae, and after gazing with wonder at all It sp'endor be turned to Mlllal and a sued In hi bnisU manner. "Ha paint. don ill thla. Mr. MUlalar The painter laughed and replleL "It baa" Then," rejoined the dweller of the modest boue at Chelsea, "all I bave to aay I that there are more fool In tlie world than I thought there were." II Waaleat Hlabl. "Now. Hnale." said the tearher. "If your father should airree to work for $150 a day ind at tha end of alx day should brltiK home $1.1, would (tint be rls-htr 'No, ma'am." rejdled Susie. nn' It wouldn't take raa lone to tell him so. yoo bet you" I t not mirth . thy profession lest tho beeonx a tnake sport II that bar, bat f ed the title of a Jester let t'Mi assure himself the fool I not far of.-Qoarlea. TftXnr IT I,,(,t'l th I'anhandle Coun- i uXab r arrnfirs t proportion of an Ti.;7 . .? those who are out of debt, posse. IiiJ otD l ' DMtT u rifrt and easy hour., BANK ACCOUNTS Those who are not so fortunate should profit by t-a.t experience and reeojrnlM tLat these condition are possible lu 1 r"""V THE PANHANDLE asnowheraeUe fr the re.so,, that no other section now otTr Ilr.AI.LY HI ( 1 II -t'l.A LANDS AT LOW I IllCFS ?ecMo.?iri'tAKrl,,",,.UrV Wwk-f.ril.lnir possibility, of thl live t ?e. , .Thir.W "'i OIn: rr,''-C" '- in. lr ' l,r,,I'rr located elsewhere, in a word. ily Vayt.tjt.-mt Opirtut,i,i are still open here to tl,o.M.a,e..nif but l.ttl ne?, but;pro,p, Inte.lStl n .uJ QUICK ACTION ar.adTl.tb. a. .clstor. h.r. lnT..tU.t4 '.td sm ft por.hM:r.f aith a ksowl rd0r,ttl.!r a.T.toP,n opa-rtar.,,:. to se to oth.r. s,',", t.'c THE DENVER ROAD S,U, rr.,, n .und Trip ticket t,V, a v,rk v UK ('.-)i rr jtrivHtyn, For Full lLf..rniatlofi. write to A. A. CUSSOK. C. P. A., Fort Worth, Texas Ha'a THE TEXAS RAILROAD Iteacl e. nearly all the Important citie aad town in Texa.wlth two Hue through the heart of the state Furnish. Quick and Reliable 8er lee between North and South Texa. and between North-east ad South-west T.xa.. Th.One MRht Lin. to St.Uula and Mem phi. The Short Line and Scenic Itonte to Mexico. D. J c. TRICE. I. Pis, a Ticket Art Pa!st:se, T.ia. OEO. D. H I NTER. O. f. A T. A.