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ThU W our motto every day th J,er You gd the Bnt UBATCiAND MAHKET PKOOUOTS the best service. OUn RESTAURANT AMtn(T Fhcr.3 202. IIIGG5 & HAY600DS - t; -rr - J , ' I. (QcBona ! a a 7e have complete stock Frcsli Bnft Gordon Seed. PHOr:2 370 Uilcon Grain and Coal Co. jrnrvT' a 00-- - - - i TO OUR PATRONS: Our druz business has enjoid a splendid Browth during; the past year and we wish to express thanks to all patrons for, the same and invite heir continued favors. THREE REGISTERED PHARMACISTS; ' in our store and an unexcelled stock jf pure drugs are a sufficient euarantee of the accuracy and promptness of our prescription work. Our stock includes everything pertaining to the.drng business. Phone 45 a ring. . M. H. J AMES . k -..- .... TThets the Appetite ! WHEN COLD WEATHER COMES ON"3T v WHETS THE APPETITE AND MAKES SYeshilZeats nd Seesonsble Market Products tvtn mort desirable. We are routing the increased demand upon our market with the best of everything, nicety rut and gnaranteed to please. f rjr orders receive prompt attention S. H. FRANKLDT wealth cim;;.3 cuit. Others Besides Za Desire an Account ing of Mr. Edds Affairs. New York. March J. Public cltl gens, powerful and wealthy, according to the World, are behind the ault In stituted la the rourta of New Hamp shire by her son, George W. Clover, and other relatives to secure an ac counting of the financial affairs of Mrs. Mary IJaker Glover Eddy, bead or the Christian 8clence church. The move ment Is a systematic one and serious ly began Nov. 22 last, when a man, who la not named, wont to Lead. 8. I)., where George W. Glover, Mrs. Eddy's V' vq i CLAIM IM CIS. Houston Neore Assassinated While Ha Was at Hla Residence. Houston. March 1 L. J. Jefferson, an old aegro, was assassinated In his bed Friday morning about 2 o'clock, but the fact waa not known to the officers until a few hours afterwarda. Jefferson waa a well-to-do negro, about' fifty-five years of age, and own ed the ptaoe upon which he lived, and besldea.hU wife, the family consisted of a ryghter about nine yeara of ago and J jown stepson. Henry Davla. ' only occupant! of the house were W'erson and his wife. thyUttle girl Iff way, aa waa also Davi Mcr utrfj Officers Henry Lee. Harry Aide, inn and McClannahan went to the 4ene and began an Investigation. The 'Davis boy and Jefferson'a wife, Willi Jeffetron were placed la Jail on charges of murder. The bullet entered the right tem ple, and It la believed to have been fired from a 44-caIlber pistol. The flesh about the wound la badly powder burned. rink Bart, another negro, was arrest ed by the officers who are Investigat ing the shooting. TWO-CENT FARE. Fl 112 acres 3 rf!le east of Bryan, plenty of water, wood, etc. Price right and terms reasonable. 140 acres miles southrf Bryan, l.arg roomy cldmcTaa'd goodCtsasni houses. Price $1400 00 : The Capt. Polk brick teidence, 1 mile south of city. Abit 400 acres of land convenient to market, 200 acres prsirte and farm, w acres In timber, fine well of water, first class improvements, an Ideal home and a safe investment. 2 lots on south side I block, 3 blocks fromfain street. 5 rown tesidence, good stables, garden, andlftoe well of water. Price $1000.00, terms easv. Good residence propertv near Allen Academy, 5 room house, ftable, lot garden, etc Price $W0.00. 1 also have some clients who are in the market for both farm and city property- you want to sell, call and see me. Office over Carson, Sewall Sc Company, PHONE No. IHSURArJCE Live Stock, Life. Plate Class Sick Benefit Fire. Accident W. A. W ATKINS, Crytn, Texas J. JAHETTA FIRST CLASS BOOT and SHOE REPAIRING All work neatly done and satisface tion guaranteed. - Look for th Red Boot Sign. Next door to James & Nunn. n. jiy.iETTA. CrvcnV " Toxa ' V . 1 Dr. W. II. Lowronco ..DENTIST.. OVER HASWELL'S IOOIC STORE OE3IC1 KIBIIflip A "Crickerjack" Bargain for somebody s New S room house, just finished, good i .Mr rnha. new fences, new wen. new cistern, new garden, newly painted. Four nf nmvlv fertilited land, situated On south side of town, close in. Plenty room for truck farm, plenty room tor orcnara, plenty room to grow chickens, p'eiWy m health children. Plentv good fresh air. This place Is worth SZ.WO.VO, hut to tell quics. am onering ai $1250.00 Remember it is "right up in town. PHONE 359 ohroe Ebge Dr. J. F. Eaves Physician and euroeon AND GESISAL raACTITIOSCB. . Office np-stairs in Smith Building. Office and .Residence 'Phone 153. BXDT AXV Baa) BOMB AT COMCOHl. only son, lived, lo see If he could en tiat liar urn tn fleht in his mother's behalf. The commissioner had with htm two letters algned by ea-senator W. E. Chandler, who became Interest ed In the movement and consented to act aa counsel. ' On letter waa addressed to, Glover. It stated the vx aenator consented to act aa counsel concerning certain miPiitinna which had arisen In connec tion with Mrs. Eddy and urged the son to aid In the solution and ettiemer Tk. nhar ii-tter was addressed to the commissioner and stated what the questions were that bad arisen ana an vlacd Mr. Kddy'a son and other re'n tlves to be Impressed wl'h their duty If these tailed to act. the e-senstoi was quoted as writing: "it will done by eucn riKni mmaifu i-m. are In sympathy with the commends ble movement." ' The commissioner. It la said, wai convinced he had before him a hard task because Glover waa known to n extremely loyal to hla mother, ami h had been represented aa living In a fluence at his South Dakota home. A part of tnla only waa true. It ; He found Glover to be Intensely loal to hla mother, but he was found to be pW d had no rich or Inno'ntta! frlenda. When the rase 'a'd toe fore him. with Mr. Chandler a letter he consented to act. but made one pro. vision. Illustrating. It la aald. hla firm tatort to-be both wise and juat. The plan he propot was that of at once 5ee?ng hi. mother and to Investigate her mental state oeiore w mined himself to the movement. Glo. er and hla daugnier. m j, 1 .- to the atory. aaw Mrm. Kiay on . -. last and whatever doubta Glover may have had aa to hla duty, were re moved. It la atated. by the app.-eran.-e and words of hla mother. The World alao puousneo hr (Hover and daugh ter in which their visit to Mra. Eddy la described. t A dispatch from Concord. N. 11 aaya that developmenta regarding the km auttiitv in secure an accounting of the financial affaire of Mrs- Mary Baker Eddy, head or tne ennsi n Science organlxatlon. which was filed In" the Merrimack coart are awaited with great InteresL Leaders of the Christian Science church apparently were aurprtsed at the bill, which waa filed by Oeorge W. Glover of lead. 8 D- the only son of Mrs. Eddy by hmr flri hnnhand: Miss Mary Baker Glover, Mr. Glover"a daughter, and George W. Baker or Bangor, we., airs. Eddy's nephew. The defendants nam ed are Calvin A. Krye. Irving W. Tom llnson. Herman 8. Herring and lwls C. Strang of Concord. Al:red Furlow, ra n Knann. William B. oJbnson and Joseph Armstrong of Boston. Edward A. Kimball of Chicago and Stephen A. Chace of Fall River. Maes., all of whom hold position aa directors or trustees In the Christian Science church. Mr. mover further states In hla pe tition that he "believes that Mra. Eddy la surrounded by designing persons, who are using her ana ner condition fnr thirfr own Bprfluh ends." . The petition then seta forth the "ex tensive and valuable" real and per sonal property of Mrs. Eddy and al leges defendanta and others "manaae the name solely according to their own will anil nlnaaiire." The petition affirms that Mrs. Eddy la Incapacitated through Infirmities in cident to old aj,e to "manage the ar falra and nmtix-t the nrnneMv wIMi prudence and discretion against undue Influence, control or fraud of others, or take charge 01 ana manage tne present loral nmomUnn." and "that Mrs. Eddy 4lves under charge and In the custody of defendanta Krye and Strang and very few persons are allowed to see her except for a few minutes." Mr. mover further claims that In the last twenty-five yeara his letters to hla mother never had a direct reply from her. In closing plaintiffs pray that de fendants "be rnjoiaea aunng me pen rfiinrr nf the nresent suit In eaultv not to Interfere with or undertake to miniM or control ' anr business or property of Mrs. Eddy or do any art whatever la her name or nenair unacT any pretext or under any power or at mm and that a receiver or reeelv era be appointed to take poMe"lrm of all property and manage all her busi ness affalra and make anch ultimate dlspoaltlon of all her estate as thU court may hereafter decide to be wis" and prudent" Pioneer Priest Passes Away. sn OaariarA. March 2. Rev. Fa ,- r.rT me of the pioneer priests of 8aa Freacleco, widely beloved. Is dead. Houae Committee Recommends That the Measure Be Passed. Austin, March 2. Following la the report of the majority of the house committee on common carriers on the 2-ccnt fare bill: "Having been selected by your com mittee on common carrlera to make a full report on house bill No. 272. an act to regulate and fix passenger fare ate on railroads, 1 beg leave to report aa follows: 'Your committee recommends that the bill do pass with the amendments adopted by the committee, It being Its belief that the time haa come In Tex as for that reduction of railroad pas senger fares which Is taking place In most of the other states. "We do not believe that the rail roads will suffer any depreciable dimi nution of Income. If any, but that the reduction will stimulate travel to auch an extent aa that the revenue derived thereform will equal. If not exceed, that now enjoyed by the railroads, and It will at the same time permit a more general travel and freer Intercourse among the people at large. "It ts contemplated and no doubt win be consummated at this session, to cut off the large volume of travel on free passes, thus giving the railroad sources of revenue irom passenger travel which they have not heretofore enjoyed for aome years, and will for ward Immigration and the settling op of all portions of our state. baktkk it, "For the Committee." JAPS ROBBED. With the Newest Seasonable Fabrics for r.lcn'o Clothing The old reliable John Wittman Tailor Shop can always be de pended upon for quality, style, fit and promptness. GIVE L'S YOUR ORDERS jqhh wraaAEr MERCHANT TAILOR ( c ( I ) STILL THE mjVG j) . : Me are still Anint hninas at th tim !.. t -.. .1 ( ) o ) () o JAMES S31 JV V We are still doing business at the game old stand and invite oar friends, patrons and the public to call on ns when in need of Dependable Furniture We t uarautee to please yon in'qaality and price and arc right here during business hours six days in the week to make oar word good. The SUPERIORITY of our Undertaking Department will bje maintained, and those so unfortunate as to need as sistance in this line will continue to find our service UNEXCELLED jm. Three of Them Held Up by Highway men Near Orange. Orange. Tex., March 2. Three Jap aneae who have been working In Lou talana quit their positions and atarted out to walk to Houston, and had al- tanat reached the suburbs Of this city when they were held up by armed men sad robbed of $25 In cash and a certi fied check for 120. The perpetrators a h rnhherv encased with but little prospect of detection, since ine unmr- tanate Japanese can kv do inirmgrui description of the men. To Settle In Wise County. Twatnr Tex.. March 2. James Mr- Cnakv haa negotiated with Ohio farm- era for the settlement of 2.000 acres of land on Olive creek, ihle county. The tract will be divided Into smaii farma. the deal Involving about . 000. This will enlarge the trade terri tory of Decatur. Killed In Runaway. Twtnlaon. March 2. John Bouldln. a nitrrhant nf Kev. Tex., while return ing from a trip Into Indian Territory, i waa killed In a runaway or hla team. aaMaaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaM BREVITIES BUNCHED. The debt of the United States FcS. 18 wss 1820.644.854.. Lufkln. Tein Is to hare a 850.0m. lumber mill company. A Texaa and Pacific train waa near ly wrecked close to Dallas. Augustus Thomas Is In Mexico se curing material for a new play. By a cloudburst In Smith county, Texas, much damage was done. - Miss Lou Patterson, an aged lady, waa fatally burned sear Lampasas. Tex. O. & Ledman of St. Louis will grow on two acres near Sherman, Tex., drug planta. Alvln L. Patterson, a Grayson coun ty. Texaa, pioneer, paaacd away at Weston. W. W. Hatchett. a long time resident of Cherokee county, Texas, died ten mllea from Rusk. Attorney General lUdley of Missouri wants $70,000 more with which to drive truata out or that state. rtlpll Mlckslbrough. a young man. who resided at Beaumont, was drown ed In the Ncches river. . John Garcia was given at Dallas twenty yean for the mnrder of anoth er Mexican, named C Medlller. Orson D. Munn. one of the publish ers of the Scientific American, died at New York, aged eighty-two years. Fire losses the past week In Oklaho ma and Idnlan Territory aggregate $260,000. Of this amount f 100 ,000 was cotton. , James Lewis, a Begro youth, charg ed with having criminally assaulted at Colbert. L T a white girl four years old. was arrested at Crockett, Tex. The Infant or Curt Duncan of near Tula. L T- fell out ct a rocking chair aralnat a stove. Ita Clothing waa If alted and the little one burned to death. , Mrs. Lin Ian Davenport of Brnns wlck. Ga.. was killed aad W. II. Brown fatally wounded. Tha woman'a bus head, smaaagwr of the Majastlo theater, wo arrested. ..JNOUKE IN THB... Southwestern Lifo Incuronco Go. OF DALLAS, TEXAS, WHY? Iteceaae It. I a Texas Company, has ample CAKTAL aud 8'irplua and will KKEP TKXAB MONEY IN TEXAS. JOB B, REED will explain the different plana and ratea, and can alao write Ac cident and Hick Benefit lusurance In beet of companies and five you Just what yon want, aud you will know what you are; getting. Every man and woman under SO years, lo rood health, ahoald join FH1END-IN-NEBD BOOlETY Many now are enjoying the beneflta from Life Insurance that would not If not for my efforts. JOB . It BHD. g" A gent for the ZONOPHONE. the eleareat tone of any Talk loir Machine manufactured. - Tho Family Cofoty Oil iTEiie.tBeGjSt n Hartfo For Salej by tho Following Reliable Dealers a. C. E: Bullock & Co., Will S. Higgs, Ed Hall, B. Kaczer & Co., D. Mike Jr., J. H. Mawhinney, Sanders Bros., Jno. M. Sebesta. X. R. BATTEL Attorney and , Real Estate Agent F()K SALE. 700 sere ranch near Fountain, well im proved. 100 acres Biaios bottom land near Astia farm, unimproved. 120 acres well improved Braios bottom land near Clay Station. 120 acres Braios bottom land, well im proved, near Allenfarm. Residences near graded school, choicest location in the city. MRS. O. L. HtLGER (Copying, and Stenographic - Work. Satisfaction Guaranteed. , Office: Brazos Valley Mar tie and Granite Work. W. C. FOUNTAIN Dentist. Crown and Bridge work a specialty Office op-stairs over Burt Norwood's store a. l r;o;jDnici(( u. d. -Office at James' Drug Store. BRYAN. TEXAS. Special Attest ioe Gives Diseases of Eyo, Ecr, V.zzz and Thrcnt RESIDENCE "PHONE .201;