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r ' ' (e I TWELFTH VEAKKU13. UKVANTKXA8, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 8. 1907 ' PRICE CTIVE -03 SOMETHING SWEET GOOD Tl UVALDE STRAINED FRESH SHIPMENT NUNNALLY'S CANDIES HOWELL BROTHERS ROASTERS OF 1 I ) ) ) ) 1 ) ) ) ) JAP-A-LAC JAP-A-LAC FREE AT Cavitt's Drug Store Each housewife who will cut out bring it to my it or will receive a ) ) WWW WWW WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW ' s J, CwWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW ) ) ) G-BOCEBIES Vfe are paying special attention to the wants of The Crocery Trade and invite a share of your business if you are not already a customer. We guarantee .to give prompt service and rerfect satisfaction. We have alo a complete line of FceJ Stutf. Phone 386. C. E. BULLOCK & CO. I ) joooooooooooooaoooooooaoeo Insure in the SOU I H WESTERN LIFE IMSURANCEC0. ol Dallas, Tei. Whv Became it i a Tat company, hai ample Capital and Surplus and will keen Tea money in Text.. Joe II. KeeJ will explain the different plan, and rate., and can al.o write Accident and Sick Benefit In.urance in beu comi.a nie. and give you ju.t what you want, and you will know what you are pet nj Kery man and woman tinder Ml yrar, in Rood health, .hould )om FRIEND .lS-Nf.Fl) Many art now enjoying the benefit, from my effort'. JOE II. RF.F.I). clearest tone of any Talking MUTUALLY L3E.NE.FIGIALi To the proprietor, and patron of the Bryan Steam Laundry h been . a adopted Cah on Delivery. We are able to devote mora time to tht de at of our hu.ineu and turn out a better quality of work. 'I hree wagon, are now required to keep up with our growing buine. WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO SERVE YOU. HBARN is: DANSBY l'HONE 14-1 1 - , INSURE YOUR (COPY) Bryan, Tea.. April 10, l'K)7. Rrcrivroof tht SOUTHWESTERN LIVE STOCK INSURANCE COMPANY of Dallas Tra, through Geo. A. Adam., Aeent, in Bryan, Tetht.un, of ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS, in full payment, compromise and tati.faction for Iom by death from dieaa on tht ind day of April, PM7. to my sorrel horw named I auper, about hvt rear, old, in.ured by Policy No. 2!iS iued through their Bryan, Texa, Arencv aaid Policy being hereby cancelled and surrendered to Mid Company. Agency. u j ,. M Kavkji, M. D.. Awured. l.ote promptly willed and paid, cah without di.count. Pro tect yourelf before 'ti. too late. My rate, art liberal. All claue. of dnirahle animal, can be in.ured. Information cheerfully given. E. A. ADAH 23 INSUnAUGE "-SS OFFICE IN PARKER BUILDING. J J TELEPHONE 205 I sm Agent for tht Olivtr Typewriter. ' itl EAT GOOD COFFEE a a a a o o o CI o a a n a thu ad and PERSONALLY, fret tample can of Jap-a-lac. o o (i o a a a a SOCIETY. Life Inn ranee that would not if not Afent for the Zonophone, the Machine manufactured LIVE STOCK SWEPT BY A GYGLOIIE, Great Injury Is Sustained In a Part of North Texas. PEOPLE KILLED BY WIND. Hunt. Hopkins, Cooke. Denton end Red River Countie. Vi.iled end tSe De.truction of Number of Building It One lU.ult, i.ni nvlllf. Tex.. May 7. The H'-'-' town i.f rtldrvway. on the Cotton I'"!t railway. In thu t-dsj of Hopkins cai; ly, was atnirk hy a cyclone about 3:2 ' o'clock Monday afternoon. Three P"J pic wi re killed and a number Injure 1 About one dozen liouaes were nwn down aud fully fifty farm dwrlllEK wrecked Id the vicinity. Too town of lilrthrlsht. ten mil"-' smith of Sulphur Sprln. a. la a to'al wreck. Hcneueni tearing away lie fallen rhtirchea, houses and More houaea, found eeveral pec pie vho wer seriously Injured. Only a blacksmith ahop waa left. Dave nirthrlght, for whom tht town waa named, and one of the most pros perous merchants of that place wn3 truck In the back by Tying debt la ami la thought fatally Injured. The old Tom Polk place waa blown away and Iten I'olk and Mra. Tom Polk Injured. Nclter waa the net town atrurk. and many houaea demollbel. The deatha are Uoyd Ilra.lel. Mra. Sid Lackey, child of Mr. Martin and an unknown baby. Lloyd Hraxlel and family llTed on the Lemtnon farm, three ml lea east of Rldgaway. With hie family he left hit home to go to another bouae on the farm. They were idt by flying debtla and Praxlel waa Inatantly kill ed. Ilia wife waa pert) ape fatally In jured and hla two children are In a critical condition. The bouae waa un touched. Lloyd Ilrailel waa a Chrla tlon mlniater and alao a renter on the Lemtnon far-v Mra. Sid ! 'rkey was killed by fall Ing tlmbera. m her home a few mile weat of Tarta it. Her bouae waa blown down and other members of her faro llr reported Injured but none fatally The child of Mr. Martin waa hit on the head by flying debrla while run ntng from the gallery Into the bouae. Mr. Martin Uvea at Nelter on tne ui chur Snrtnaa and Parle road. An unknown baby waa killed five ml lea northeaat of Rldaeway at Poeey. Three mllea eaat of Rldgeway the houae of Mr. Lemmon was alao blown down and aome of hla family Injured. The residence of Tom Pague waa truck and Mr. Pague'a arm waa brok en. Then mother of Mr. Pague wa Inlured. The houaea of the two Meaara. Beck were completely blown away and mem bers of both famlllea Injured. The houae of a Mr. Thompeon In the same neighborhood waa struck and several children Injured but not seriously. IN COOKE COUNTY. Wind Did a Vaat Amount ef Injury to Birtti and Wlndmllla. GalnesvKle. Tex.. May 7. In Cooke county much damage was alao done. Tne cloud, which waa accompanied by a very heavy hall, came from the northwest and flrat etruck Cooke coun ty at Mtier.ater, eighteen mllee weat of Gainesville, where It tore down barns, mnny wlndroilla and fenrea At Myra. three miles from that place, verlous damage waa done, the fine resldenre of J. E. Joegera being scat tered over the pralrlo any many more outhoimea being blown away. At Era. fourteen mllee southwest of Gainesville, many barna and windmill are down and people aought aafrH In storm cellars. Gainesville waa In the path of th' storm and the residence and barn o Robert Burch, north of the city, were destroyed and nil bis farming tools were blown off his tarm. DEPORT V VACCO. I Several Houaea Demolished and Debris Blown In Streets, Deport. Tex.. May 7. The Baptist church and a number of other build Ings were demolished here by a nado. Shlnglea. picture frames and debris In general fell on the street At Halestburg. six miles south of Deport, Andrew Bill's bouse w Mown down and hit wife and llttl. daughter hurt The annroach of the cyclone wa watched for several minutes by IV port people, hundreds of whom sought refuge tn storm houses and other placet of safety. The path of the cy clone waa 20 feet wide and elsl miles long. Fragments of treea, pieces of house hold furniture and like aubstanres were blown aa far aa Clarksvllle. RASH RICE. Slays His Spouse. Mortally Wounds Baby and Kills Himself. Washington. May 7. William O Rice of 163 Hickman street. In the southeaat part of this city, shot and tilled bis wife, mortally wounded hla baby and then committed suicide br ahooU BAIiDITS KILL EIIGIIIEEH Fireman on Train Was Shot Through Arms. ROBBERS FRIGHTENED OFF North Coa.t Limited on th Northern ! Pacific Railway, Containing Safe Sup-) po.ed to Have In. It Much Mpr.c, ! Wat Held Up Tue.day. Butte, Mont, May 7. North Cm-' flmlud train on the Northern Pacl'l-' wa bold up at WV.ctt's Spur, abot:: fifteen m!'-s ran of thla city. Th engineer waa killed. The cbjert of the robbery, it la pre umed. was to aerure the content c' the through safe, carrying ronHli'ii- j Hunts ef currency from 8eattle, I'nn land' nnd Fpokano to eastern points. TLIa la the fourth time a Nori' Coast caatbound train haa been herl up In three years. The other Hire time thla train was robbed near Pear Mouth, about elRhty miles west f here. Thla last holdup was near the eene of the robbery of the Burlington flyef two years airo In a section of country very roiiKh and mountalnoin. Gmeral Manner Horn of the North ern Pacific M tt Paul, gave out the following statement about the attempt to tho rob the North Coast limited: "An enstbaiund North Coast limited waa held up on the east aldo of Butte mountain, about right nillca east of Butte, by two or more men. who shot and killed the engineer and abot the fireman through hla arms. They did no more shooting, but evidently be came alarmed and left. Sheriff Webb, of BlUlnea, was on the train and start ed on the trail of the holdup men Bloodhounds from Deer Lodge peniten tiary haa been put on trail, also, an1 we expect to get the men. Engineer Cloth haa been running on that train for eight "ear, or ever alnce the limited waa put Into service. Th robbers d!d not get any money. While thla road had several holdups In that vicinity In the paat ten yeara. we captured the robbers In every Instance and they are all doing time In the penitentiary, and In all that time, our anoner lose haa not been to eicecd 13.000." MURDER CHARGED. Cltliena ef Durant and Sttrrett Wert Taktn to South MeAllaUr. Bouth McAlester. May 7. J. II. tnan. Omar If. Perkins and Jim M Cauley of Durant and DUeh Turley, Tom Lawrence and Jim Hudson of Sterrett were committed to Jail here by United States Marshal Prltchard The are charged with being th leader of the mob which banged Jim Williams, a negro at Sterrett March 31. Tbey have retained counael and all deny the accusatlona made against them. March 30, the negro. Williams assaulted a 14-year-old girl named Rosa Mlsner. He waa apprehended and Identified by the young woman Deputy marshals got him and tcofc blm overland to Sterrett awaiting a train to carry blm to Jail at Durant The first train coming north waa an excursion train from a baaeball garr at DenUon and was bound for Snut McAlester. When It reached Colbert Suo men boarded It and went to Ster rett. When the train arrived then nnd the deputies attempted to put the negro altonrd, the mob seized him. overpowered the officers and taklrs the negro to an old oil derrick near the railroad tracks, hanged him. Marhhal Prltchard reported the; affair to tho department of Justice a' Washington and eecret service me;: were put on the case. The.marslin cooperated with them and thla morp Ing he went to Durant and Sterrett and arrested the six men brought here Four of .the men were at once locked up. but two of them. O. II. Perklne an 1 J. II. Newman, who are prominent business men at Durant. were taken to a hotel and placed under a guard. There waa much excitement at Durant and Sterrett when the arrest. were made and an stnaa oi mreai were beard. Tonight an extra guard baa been placed at the Jail here to be la readlncas to resist any attempt at reiuce. 8eymour Hale, a resident of Indian Territory, was arrested at Denlsoa on tame charge. Rail Spread. Holly. Colo.. May 7. Colorado lln. Red eastbound train on tho Santa r was ditched one mile east of Nie. way by spreading ralla. The train was running at at an unusually high rate of speed, being six hours late. All of the nine coaches except the last Pullman turned over. A porter and gsggsgeman was hurt Passengcra were brought here. Did Not Write Bryce. New Orleana. May 7. Oustaf It. Weatfeldt who waa recently reported to bare written Ambassador Bryce protesting sgalnat the appointment of negroea to Rhodes scholarahlpa. has Issued a statement denying that be bad written any such letter. Leper Sent ta China. Victoria, R. C May 7. The entire colony on D'Archlat island, consisting of eight Chinese, waa shipped aboard a steamer and conveyed to Cantoa China C. C. rAKSOHS (ftiasyaee nS) Parsons9 Bottling Works rVScfrsee aee fferai. Parsons & Ray, Propr's Comer Muln and Austin Street. , Telephone 207 Bryan, Texas Mtmkrr ml 7 Stmt Btttltrt 4iMitolM )i 'L h o (V Slm Afeatr It Ifte Battllmt eae Safe ml DR. PEPPER, COCA-COLA, ORCHER ADE and CacadeGINGER ALE In Brazot and Maditon Counties and a portion of Rohertton County. A Liberal Shut e of the Public Patronage Respectfully Solicited mm! AKD ALL H HO D D dl D DB g We are receiving New Stock every day, and are prepared to handle your orders. We want on opportunity to figure with you Vefore you buy, and if we don't deliver the goods for less money the fault is ours. Phono 143 S.H.DUK1LAP& ARE A NECE8SITY Therefore we have made combs a study. People appreciate a good comb and that is why OUR3 SELL AT SIGHT IE. T. TZEHlTIKlilfcTS DRUGGIST l Complete Line.. mm Carbon Paper f Typewriter Paper and ' W Ribbons J. XL BATTS Real Estate Agent. Office in Taliaferro Building. Opposite Court House. Thone 37. Htve in office the ONLY set of Abttract Book, of Braioa County Land Titles. FOR SALE Two brick buildings on Bryan street, 50 by 115 (eet PRICE, $5000.00 J. J. HAT A modern and up-to-date Plant; Steam Power; hunt improved Carbonstor and Bottle Wathing Machinery; Sanitary and Perfect Filteration of Water and all other Equipment, to be found only in First Class Bottling Plant. o LAI KINDS UF v. s. joiirjcorj . . AGENT FOR . SINGER SEWING MACHINES bryan. Texas" SU cmjt Imtiallatatt. (lft) N. JAM ETTA First Class Boot and Shot .Repairing All work neatly done and tatitfectioa guar tutted. Look for the Red Hoot tiga. Next to jama, at Ktaa. BRYAN. TEXAS I '.""TV .1,1 J 'V 1 l.