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I " "Tr if ,,J t Jt- high sTfiKwno of quality... This i our motto every Jy I""' You get the Beit MBATCIAND MARKET RRODUOTS That mcncy " W when jroo tr.Je with us. . ' the bet senrics. oun nESTAiinAUT I. conducted In firat-clw. style. MEALS 25c Short order. any hour from 5:00 a. . to P Call and see u. We Invite a l.ber.l .hare of your patronage Fhc-3 202. 1IIGGS & IIAYGOODS HIPS DDO 7e have complete stock Fresh Bulk Garden Seed, PHor:s37q Uilson Grain and Coal Co. .jn' rr-ryr,Tir - -- - TO OUR PATRONS: Our drug business has enjo.id a splendid Rrowth during" the past year and we wish to express thanks to all patron- for the same and invite heir continued favors. THREE REGISTERED PHARMACISTS in our store and an unexcelled stock if pure drugs are a sufficient guarantee of the accuracy and promptness of our prescription work. Our stock includes everything pertaining to thejdrng business. Phone 45 2 rings. M. H. JAMES TThets the Appetite ! WHF.N COLD WEATHER COMES ONIT WHETS THE APPETITE AND MAKES Fresh Meats and Seasonable Market Products even more desirable. We are meeting the Increased demands upon our markets with the best of everything, nicely cut and guaranteed to please. Tur rdr receive prompt attention S. H. FRANKLIN Fl HIS 112 acres 3 miles east of Bryan, plenty of water, wood, etc. Price right and terms reasonable. 140 acres 8 miles south of Bryan. lsr roomy residence and goodtennt houses. Price SHOO On The Capt. Polk brick residence, 1 mile south of city. About 400 acres of land convenient to market, 200 acres prairie and farm, 200 acres in timber, fine well of water, first class improvements, an ideal home and a safe Investment. 2 lots on south side of block, 3 blocks fromfaio street. 5 room residence, good stables, garden, and tine well of water. Price $1000.00, terms ev. Good residence proper!" Academy. 5 room home, CsrJen, etc Price S'MXUW. near Allen fable, lot Office over Carson, Sewalt 5c Company PHONE No. 130 INSURANCE Live Stock. Life. Plate Olais Sick Benefit Fire. Accident W. A. WATKINS, Bryan, Texas N. JAHETTA FIRST CLASS BOOT and SHOE REPAIRING All work neatly done and satisface tion guaranteed. Look for th Red Hoot Sign. Next door to James & Nunn. TJ. J AM ETTA, Brvon,- - Toxa 1 ome client who are in lb market fr both lr'n ,lJ 1 ')' rri,P'" )0u want to sell, call sn.l ee li.e. J, L I IDE! HI IM A "Crackerjick" Bargain for somebody: Xe 5 room houe, jut finished, good new .rribi, new fencn, new well, new citern. new parden, newly painted. Four acre of newly fertilized land, nituated on .otith siile of town, cloe in. Plenty room for truck farm, plenty room for orchard, plenty room to grow chicleiu, plenty orri to crow healthy children. I'irtuy re! fu-h air. This pla.e i' north j 1 '.io.iiii, inn 10 seii ijuick am i ; iuj at $1250.00 Rpuir-'it-er it i "ri-'it it; in town." PKONE 359 (GfpoNROE Edge EVANt' EVIDENCE.. Dr. OVER " -""( Dr. J. F, Eavos VJ H. LOWrenCO; lMnjl i.m and ttrjifozi nriiTlCT I AVB t'riM m ctitiom. HASWELL'S HOOK STOKE O.Ticv. tip-stairs in Smith Iluiluinj. Office and Roulcnee 'Rhone 153. Mltnlet and Mr. Jerome Continue Dia logue on TIi aw 'a Condition. New York, March 1. When the xlal of Harry K. Thaw was resumed frlday morning District Attorney Je ome announced there had been ro lved a second pAckase of letters from J. D. Lyon, a Pittsburg banker, who, until November last, waa the custodian of Tbaw'a will. The Iff. let- Iam rnnnlrarl aiap rl I sssr-i ai A ir Vf s. v s a v v s v v um v sv fin Lyon by Tbaw while In the tonibr&nd all bear dates subsequent to June S3 hut, Mr. Lyon first sent on only let tera written prior to the Madison Bquare Roof Garden theater tragedy. Mr. Jerome waa anxioua to have the later lettera. and they were sent on by concent of ThaWa attorneys. The letters are held subject to the court a orders. Dr. Brltton D. L. Evans waa re called aa toon aa the letters from Pittaburg had been examined by coun sel and Mr. Jerome continued hla cross-examination of the alienist. "Taking all the letters you hare read In the light of all you know about the caae, what la your opinion aa t. the mental condition of thla defend ant at the time he wrote these Ut ter a?" waa Mr. Jerome'a first ques tion. Mr. Dclmaa promptly objected on the ground that the question assumed on witness' knowledge that waa not In evidence. Mr. Jerome withdrew the question and naked the wltneaa If he had any knowledge of acta that had not been testified to. An argument resulted. Mr. Jerome claiming the only point In the rase la whether or not defend ant waa Insane when the homicide waa committed. He waa anxioua, he aald. to bring out all the facta. Dr. Evans waa allowed to answer and aald that ao far aa he could re call he had told all of Importance he could remember or what he bad heard and aeen on hla flrat three visits to Thaw In the tombs. Taking everything you have testi fied to Into consideration, what. In your oplnon, waa the mental condition of defendant when he wrote those let ters?" asked Mr. Jerome. He waa In a state of mental Inula blllty." -Do you mean he was Insane?" "Not necessarily. He was In a atato of mental unsteadiness.' Mr. Jerome handed witness a copy of the letter Thaw wrote to Anthony Comstock complaining that "dens of loe" were maintained by Stanford White and "other rich scoundrel V for the ruin of young glrla. After !.-. Evana examined the letter some twen ty minutes Sir. Jerome asked him If anything in the letter suggested the mental state of the writer. "It allows," aald the expert, "that hla mind seemed to be running on young women and their supposed wrongs. " "Anything else?" "It tndlcatea a delusive state In the wrlter'a mind." "Were the dehiHlona of an exalted or depressed nature?" "I don't think there la enough In the letter for anybody to say aa to that." ADOLESCENT INSANITY. Thla Waa the Kind Thaw Had When Ha Took Whito'a Life. New York. March ,1. While Pr Evana waa testifying Friday Just be fore the noon recess he definitely stat ed that at the time Thaw aent Stan ford Whlte'a aoul Into eternity he w Buffering from an explosive outbreak of adolescent Inaanlty. The alien!! testified that casea of this form r.f In aanlty have been known to clear up over night. AMPUTATIONS NECESSARY. Construction Train Wreck Causes Two Deaths and Many Maimed. Los Angeles. Cal.. March 1. In the wreck of a eonatructlon train on the Salt Lake railroad, near I-elth. Nev.. one man waa killed and two were fa tally Injured and died later, and about forty were seriously hurt. The dad are Greek laborers. An engine pushing two freight cars . whirh wfre carried ronstructlnt crew, failed to alow down aa It ap proached a atrlng of cara loaava witn Mnainiiiinii material at a washout. A box car on the end ahot upward and descended on the foremost nat car. Injuring nearly every man aboard, to. gether with many on the aecond car. Nearly all of the Injured are Greek. Many amputatlona must be performed SUCCUMBS TO ACCIDENT. Oldest German-American Editor De- parta Thla Life at Chicago. Chlcaao. March 1. Wllhelm Rapp. editor In chief of the Ullnola Staats Zletung and said to be the oldest Ger man editor In the United Staten, is dead rrom the effecte of a street car accident sustained four weeks Ro. Mr. Rapp s son Is the htmland of the opera slnpcr. Madame Schumann llelnck. Smith Nominated. Washington. March 1 The non.lmi tion by the pn-Rl lent cf Amor S.dIi to lie surveyor tr er.sfvi: nt I'i if 11 natl removes frrtn 1 he II.' one of tltr i.l.!te to which the rrc-'.'iT.t t;t.l l;i mi.id U'o poi-iiM.' n"l olntticMit ''f "j neirro. Tie j:r'hM-Tit M.l! I. v4-- ;i...ldrr.itU 'bf- l i"tl',: c!v'r --n.p v.i 1 i.cv.-n r.ejro nn of:;, e ... I Oil.-" . ' THAW ACCUSES JEROME. Charges Latter With Being Guilty ef Unprofessional Conduct New York, March 1. Harry K. Thaw gave out to newspaper turn a brief statement In which be accused District Attorney Jerome of having made unprofessional remarks In court, asserting that hla wlfe'a testimony was the absolute truth, and In conclusion declared that Mra. Thaw's "natural real goodness" waa above the compre hension of the prosecuting officer. It waa Just before adjournment was taken Thursday, amid- Iter many hours of expert testimony to the meaning of extract a from eight letters wrltteu by the defendant, with their relation to the sanity or insanity of the writer that Thaw gave out hla atatetiun' The circumstances attending the deliv ery of the statement to the newspapei men were about aa Interesting as ta.' statement itself, which read: "Tblsl a Mra. Tbaw'a aecond state ment since August With chancea ol millions to one agalnat her the catas trophe in 19tl. It Is wonderful that Mra. II. K. Thaw prevailed In tn croase-examlnation agalnat the puis ecutlon backed by blacklegs. Her tea timony waa the absolute truth. "Our evidence waa ofo onversatlons. The croaa-examlnationa have proved the exact facts under oath. "Mr. Jerome, finding hla Informunti In certain lines falslMed, concluded b more usual methods, which Is to his credit "However, from some of his ques tlons and some of hla unprofessional remarks In court It appears clearly that the natural and real goodness o! the witness is above bis comprehen alon." Thaw began the preparation of bis atatement Wednesday afternoon. Om of the newspaper desks adjoins the la bio occupied by hla counsel, and a re porter sitting near the defendant rcaJ over the latter a shoulder the two open Ing paragrapha. When the paper av peared with tbe extracts from his statement printed In display tyk Thaw was much chagrined. Thusuay In court he took tbe reporter to tun. He said he bad not Intended makln ; the atatement public until the end Oi the trial. He further asserted thai many mistakes appeared In the nor tion of the state that waa published, and addedt hat he might make a co. rectlon later. Wednesday night In hla cell In the tontba Thaw completed hla atatement. and Thursday, after he had spoken to the reporter who bad looked over ht ahoulder. he banded the orlglnlal draft to another reporter, whom he had known for many years, and in whom he bad confidence. He also banded the newspaper man a brown enveloite. "Seal the statement up In thla en telope, aald Thaw, "and write yom name across the flap. 1 am going tc have aome typewritten coplea made, andw hen they are done t want you to compare them with the original and If they are all right they will br gtven out." Daniel O'Reilly, one of Thaw's Id yers. said that he also had a copy ol Tbaw'a atatement. but would not gl It out until the defendant directed him to do ao. Late Thursday afternoon the typewritten copies suddenly ap peared Inc ourt. Attention was firs! attracted to them by Thaw handing a carbon copy tub Is newspaper frleud and asking him to compare It with the original. Four or five other'eopie 1 lay on the counsel table. In front ot the defendant One of the reporters reached over, picked up the cople. and hastily left the court room. H was quickly followed by other repot t era, and soon the statement wi being flashed Into newspaper office throughout the country. The copies and the original were ev act. and Thaw then aald be waa con tent to have the atatement released a a correction to the garbled atatement which appeared that morning. Clifford W. Hartrldge and Mr. He' maa declared they had no knowledc of the atatement bavlag been prepare! or given out FIRED FROM SPRINGFIELDS. Major Blockaom So Testified In trs Penrose Courtmartlal. Ran Antonio, March 1. Major A. P Blocksou went on the stand ta the Penrose courtmartlal. He told of find Ing bullet holes one In the Ytnriia House being In the shape of a groove and sighting along thla found that It pointed directly to the rear of the gallery of Company B barrarka. Wit neaa atated that all the - bullets h found In the houses of tact own were fired from Springfield army rlflea. By measurements taken by him of In stances of vsrlous places mentioned In accounting tbe affray, he testified thst negro soldiers could easily bare done acts with which they are chare ed. nod have returned to their quarters before' roll call was completed. Leonards Sanrhex. who testified that she heard negro soldiers warn a ne gro woman that there would be shoot ing, completed her testimony, and was excused. ALT7AYS BEADY With the Newest Seasonable Fabrics for Mon'o Clothing The olJ reliable John Wittman Tailor Shop can always be de pended upon for quality, style, fit and promptness. QIVE US YOUR ORDERS JOHN WITTMAN MERCHANT TAILOR STILL Iff THE We are still doing basinets at tbe same old stand and invite onr friends, patrons and tbe public to call on ns when in need of Dependable Furniture We guarantee to please 70a in qaality and price and are right here daring business hoars six days in the week to make oar word good. The SUPERIORITY of our Undertaking Department will be maintained, and those so unfortunate as to need as sistance in this line will continue to find oar service UNEXCELLED JAMES 3L JVVJVJV OOCCwCwCCCCCCCw I ...INSURC IN THK... Gouthwootorn Llfo Inouronco Co. or DALLAS, TEXAS. WHY? Because It U a Texaa Company, haa ample CAPITAL aud firplua and will KEEP TEXAS MONEY IN TEXAS. JOE D. REED will explain the different plans and ra tea, and can also write Ac cidetit ud 8ick Benefit Insurance In beat of companies and glye tou just what you want, and you lll know what you are : gettlnjf. Every man and woman under 00 years, to good health, should Join'' FRIEND-IN-NEED BOOiST.TY Many now are enjoying; the benefits from Life Insurance that would not If not for my efforts. JOB B. HEED. Agent for the ZONOPHONE, the clearest tone of Talking Machine manufactured. any "WHISKERS" WINS. Man Gets Judgment For the Destruc tion of His Beard. Wcllston. O., March 1. Sumu.-! Bcatty. seventy-six years old. v.v awartlrd danmircs of $P1 by thi-r cult court BRiilnst the Southern OM" Gas company for the loss of a lur r' nut growth of hirers burned rf I 1 a pas cxplot-l; n In lh!:t city two yc?- C:'--'0"er CM cm Up. Y!-I.i; :.t. 1. C. .!.r. ;'t 1 1 aM-li:." -1 '" ii'-r !ii i'.. ' i -: I- i.ith ls.- l).lt.v.i i';. -h,-: . :) . wr-t r. Hl: : .-l of (' .I'1' r.' i'io. 7 . vtis r ;-!.;r? to 'V.ow what l".a I '"' 1 pf the new. Consisted to Both. New ():'. in. March 1. It rive thut tir-Mrim rcn?:nr.'l to l:'i Nlearastnn anil llondiir.an rev menu are N''nc hel l tip h-r tw. five c;m-s t-f rtfl'H for the former tlnn nm' f irty-thrt " 1-t the l.v Vi.'.nd Kt.it.-j ItUUiit Attorney 11 l.a lr.d tti ' trcns.iry lep:rtn.i m I'.utnu t!or. tcparJini? the rIiIiu;-' LBOIIinj Tho Family Gofoty Oil 1 r The IBeoft n Harth For Sale by the Following Reliable Dealers C. E. Bullock & Co., Will S. Higgs, Ed Hall, ' B. Kaczer & Co., D. Mike Jr., J. H. Mawhinney, Sanders Bros., , Jno. M. Sebesta. .Ot .- ih- ('! II ;i : ;. 1..: X. R. BATTE Attorney and Real Estato Agent FOR SALE. 700 acre ranch ner Fountain, well im prmed. (i( aern Ilmi.n Ixittom l.-.nd near Atin farm, uninitird. 120 acre well improve. Hta.-w bottom , land near Clav Station. ! 120 sore liraiot holt em land, will im ! proved, near Alienfsrm. Keidciuei near grilled tchool, choi-et lo aiion in the 1 itv. Dock Laborers on Strike. Cortina. Spain. Mnrch 1 A rer.c ( strike of daik laborers Las held n; ti.i reisels In this irt. Bour.-.'iry Treaty Ratified. Wasl'Intti n. Mart h 1. The has iati!le; tlio trcafy with Vr'" determif.ir.g the boundary betwwn !' fnlted State and Mcxlc. by ellirlr.K ln the "bamcs" In the lUo Cran io. MRS. C. L. HILCCR 1 Work. S.itisfaction Gturauttcd. Oliice: Uraos Vallcj Marllc ouJ Granite Works. W. C. FOUNTAIN Dentist. Crown snd HiiiV work a ei-isliy Oliiie up-Main over Hurt Norwood- tore A. L. fclONDRICK, LI. D. O.fice st James' Drug Store. I'.RVAN, TEXAS. Special Attention Given l)irae of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat RESIDENCE 'PHONE 2tJ- - - .