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..FOR YOUR.. Oul Semi-Annual o SsiHe irnimg We have the klti. I that alwa) give satisfaction : Emperor's Blend Tut up iu 'i ami t tinfoil packages at 2". and 60c Pspi iMlvely. (ll'i; OWN HLEND at R'.c and 11.00 p-r p-urnl. Have you tried YACHT CLUt SALAD DRESSING? 'lhe klud t tint made Chicago famous. Ask fr sample bottle. CHASE A SANRORN'rt FA MOTS IliiAfTKI) ( oFFEl. rieal Mrand 2 ll can at 7m-. Other grade at II, 4 and 6 lh (tr fl.uU. Has few equal ami no superior. TRY McMECAEN'S FAMOl'S J A M 8 AND PRESERVES "." Cent per Mottle. We are making Special Prices on Tcnny's California Canned Goods or- Phone us your orders; we want your business DANS BY & DANS BY PHONE 114 SS3SSS5SCCKB RAILROAD TIME TABLE. H. T. C. SCHEDULE. NORTH HOC.ND TRAIN! No. 3 ... !:S8p.m. No. ft 11:44 a.m. OCTH BOUND TRAIN: No. I 8:40 p.m. Sn.a J :48a.m. I. A O. N. SCHEDULE. SoCTH HOTND TRAIN!. No. 101 arrives at 6:001). m. JfOMTH BOUND TRAIN!. Notice arrivea at 9:'J5 a. m . . .. . . . j Mr. Walter DavU If ft for Hous ton yesterday. Mn. J. W. IWeuius Tilled lo Cal ert yesterday. Mitt Nellie Tabor returned from CatneroD yesterday. Willie Harris left yesterday mora Ing for Midlothian. P. H. Dawson wia a visitor from Wellborn yesterday. Dr. J. Zulcli wan here from Wil low Hole yesterday. Mre. Iui H. Hall and little sou are visiting in Eunl. Jessie Peters of Steep Hollow was la the city yesterday. , Mrs. Mary Lawrence h returned from a visit t Houston. Mrs. Ham Traut of Keith is the jruest of Mrs. W. P. Trant. Mr. aud Mrs. E. 11. Sober of Col lege are visiting in Marlut . I'rof. an l Mr. J. C. Nagl return- ( ed from Manor yesterday. J. D. Maxwell whs a visitor from Grimes county yesterday. Miss Hell of Rogers Prairie was a ' visitor to the city yesterday. Major W. H. Cavitt left yesterday for a business trip to Houston. j Ieoiiard McDonald and family of, Macy were in the city yesterday. j George and J. II. Dunn Jr. were; here yettrday and went to llr-ame.) Miss Mary Stuhenrauch returned1 yesterday from Marsnatl snd Dallas. I L. A. Plasek Lit last night fori Iowa Park, Texaa.oti a business trip, i C S. Jones of Harvey wn in tlie city yesterday aff-r gin machinery. ! Ollla Seale of Willow Hole was In the city yesterday. Mrs. Edward SalUy was reported quit III yesttrdav. J. L. Robertson returned from Houston yesterday ' James Wilkersnti and grandson, K. G. Tabor Jr., went to Mar lin yes terday. Mrs. McCormick Las returned to Ennls after a visit to Mr. J. S. Mooring. Mrs. Tom Josey and Mrs. Glare' of Cameron Kanch were in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Buchanan were visitors from Hteep Hollow yesterday. Mrs. Jaa. K. Dunn of Wbeelock re turned home yesterday after a visit to Mrs. N. II. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Loving have return ed ta Waco after a visit to Mr. aud Mrs. Walter Hlggs. John and Tom l'eyton and J. W. Haygood and son were here from Jtencbley yesterday. Miss Alien Weddmgton left yes terday to visit at Charlotte. N. C and Washington, D- C. Miss Catherine Itsrues of Kau Marcus Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Floy Dausby for the week. Norman Cavitt of Wheelock was In the city yesterday accompanied by Ml Catherine Cavitt. Mrs. J. Stelner and Miss Theresa Sttinerof Huu.ton are the guests of Mrs. II. Rohde and family. S. C. Williams is at home for a two weeks' vacatioo after ail extend ed business trip over tJie state. . E. aud J. W. William. W. It. lteddln aud Dolph Blount were here yesterday from Madison county. W. E. Wren. W. J. Fain, Tom Cobb and It E. Cotton were here from Grimes county yesterday. Mrs. Ella Scott. Misses Ophelia nd I.ir zie Grlssett were visitors from Grinds county yesterday. There n a splendid opening for au enterprising young man well a qualnted in Hraxos county awaiting him by railing on Mr. Fulton at Colonial hotel. Call today, tomor row may be to late. Ladies, Remember and PHONE 142 For Your Groceries Wc have them and want to sell ticm. Wc have a fresh shipment of French Market Coffee on hand. Give ns your business. Prompt and cour teous treatment to all. iiiGGS & Mcculloch BUTTER KEPT ON ICE. Ml B!n9s Finn 8 ie lis Begins Monday, June 18th, at 8 o'clock Don't miss this excellent opportunity to buy a Summer suit just at the beginning of the hot weather at a wonderful saving in price. Remember every suit in our store, except blacks and blues, is included in this sale; nothing reserved. Wc inflate no prices here, every garment in our store is marked in plain figures; you can see exactly what it sold for. A little earlier this season than usual, but owing to our fast increasing Clothing busieess, we were compelled to almost double our stock this season to accomodate our trade. Naturally we have a larger stock of odds aud ends in Men's Fine Suits on hand than in former seasons. This is to your advgntage, not ours. First, you have a mu.h larger assortment to select from aud second you have a longer time to wear your suit, at least four months of summer weather yet to come. We offer you the following big reductions during this sale: All $10.00 Reduced to $ 7.85 9.85 11.85 12.85 13.85 15.85 These prices are strictly for cash; all goods charged will b at regular prices. Psnrks $ W. B d v b THE CLOTHIERS All 12.50 s All 15.00 " All .16.50 " All 18.00 All 20.00 " Contractor C. E. Jenkins has be. gun work ou the foundation of the new Methodist church building. Mis Louise Brown returned to Houston yesterday after a visit to Miss Howell st.d Mr. W. S. Howell. II, D. Evan ha received a new rubber tire carriage and uow has two rigs runnlug. 1'hone 3n5. 17o A big crowd from town attended a barbecue on the plantation of Jas.G. Chance yesterday. Get a farm and home for tl-" while they last. I. K. Fulton agent. Colonial hotel. Will be here fortwo 'lays. Mrs. M. A. Tooke mid Mrs. C. E. McDannald returned to Lockart ye. terdayaftera visit to Mrs. A. M. Rhodes. Capt. D. D. Dawson was seriously ill yesterday, but we are gUd to state that be was reported resting well lt til.'ht J. L Hetrne is making Improve, uients on the interior of his- saloon which Is being handsomely papered lid pa'titetl. Mlxt.es Suber of College Were It) the city yesterday accompanied by their guest, MUs Kuby Daugherty of I'arls. Mo. Mr. and Mr E. J. Fouulaln visit . Fountain llros." plantation yes terday. A barbecue w given on the plantation. S. G. Evett of Colorado county was in the clt.V yesterday visiting Dr. aud Mrs. It H. Harrison. He left at noon for lie no h ley. The long continue. I drouth has put at -verlatlug crimp in this year's corn cr p and is beginning to tell on the cotton in some place. For Sale Morse, buggy and har- nes a.)d saddle aud bridlle. Address box .'1, Hryan, or apply at this of fice. 17 Tast Grand Chancelor John T. lirowu of Tyler wa here last night And visited Itraxo lodge No f.i, K. of P. The lodge bad work iu the second degree. Mr. Heater, an expert from Hous ton, wa here the past two day and made a thorough Investigation of the water and light plant equipment at the instance of the city council wltri reference to proposed Improve ments. Mr. Hester will submit a written report to the council. He was accompanied In the Investiga tion by Manager Preston. For Sale Young milK cow Ireh In milk a bargain. H. T. Lewi. . 6 Mr. W. T. Ooode and little .daughter of Hay City arrived ye Iterday morning to visit Mr. and j Mrs. Itobert Armstrong of this city aud other relatives at Wbeelock. Thirty dollars per day made by aer.ta who hustle for us. If vouare capable, honest, sober au4 need the money apply at room 1, Colonial hotel this morning. Marriage licenses have been issued to Will Harrison and Marian Mr Klnsey.Jim Hadley and Beatrice Jockson The last named couple were married at the Courthouse br Justlee W. G. Mitchell. A number of ladies and gentlemen including about twenty person re t irne 1 last uUht from a two days outing at Miitnf id crolng on the the Little Kraz.-s They report a plenlid tun- and plenty flli. The annual picnic and flh fry at I Fetnsoli Prairie oil the NaVRs.it rivet1 will be today. The Harvey an I K itli biisetiall r ams will p'ay. aud the uiusl Urge crowd an I goo I ! time is expected. Mrs. J. I'. Deaton returned to her tiomn at Mooresvilln.N .(.'. yest-rday aftr sieiidiuir several month In Xryau moot pleasantly as the gtit of her sou, Mr. W. A Dato aud family. The colored summer normal open-' el iu this city Monday morning with a good atti mlance. The facul ty 1 compos, d of P. Landry, princi pal : I. A . Nah. E. A. Kemp. M. V. Hur'ess. Th Ladle (.f I, L. K 'ss Copter. I". D C. will servo cream and cake on Carnegie Library ground Fri day evening. J;;ne i"iul. beginning at 15 o'clock. Ther Invite all to call and be refreshed ; by so doing you will greatly all the daughter In tlieir work. Everv little hel;s. dlTO sja Five Jews Killed. Ilerlln. June 19 The Jewish socl ty received a txlegram from Grajew, Kasslan Poland, dated Monday, saylns that at Lapy. a vlllace near IJlalystok. five Jews bad been killed and many wounded, at at Starrheltil alt of th Jewish sops bad been destroyed. Cot All Thy Asked. Washlntion. June 19 Judfe Cow an, attorney for the Teiaa Cattle Rala r' aasocla'don. salj the meat inspec Uott amend mn t to the agricultural ap propriation UU Is all the stockmen asked. THE TROLLEY LINE . Will pass right in front of our new quarters. SECOND DOOR NORTH of "HASWELL S HOOK STORE," where we are now prepared to amply serve the trade, aud we most cordially invite our many friends and customers (as well as those who possibly have not been trading with us) to FOLLOW I'S and to con tinue to favor us with their patron age, promising to extend the same courteous treatment as in the past. Our new quarters are more com modious -and the facilities much better for serving the trade than at the old stand, and while it may be one block further for lomi custom ers to walk, it will afford them an excuse for a ride on the trolley car. Catch the next car that passes and come to see ns. and if the car seema to be late in arriving, just walk the extra block the exercise will be good for you, anyhow. Hunter A Chatham. f a 4. --- !. ,, ! e.i- iSj I DO YOU KNOW The Bryan people are being convinced daily that our frames for enlarged pictures cost LESS than ONE HALF price the agents are charging? WE GUARANTEE OUR FRAMES AND PORTRAITS Alonzo Carter "The Old Reliable" - V L ; ;xN.-.V. C 1 1 r-n ailI I II ? O .'it . o. n. rnAiitiLiN o MEAT MARKETS ' Still offer the I3e5t Inducements. ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS Seasonable Market Products. Etperienced Service. Best Cold Storage equipment Give us yonr business. We guarantee to please.