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(? JO 1 Fr.2G Gcholarohipo Including Board In any ochoolo in Toxog h olarships will be given to one boy anJ one girl, living in Brazos or any adjoining county, getting the largest number of votes. One vote will be given for each scholarship with every 5-cent purchase, cash or creJit. Also on settlement of all olJ accounts. Contest begins today, May 1st, and closes August 15th. Enter your name today and call for tickets. E. J. FOUNTAIN, Groceries. EDGE DRY GOODS CO. Dry Goods M. H. JAMES, druefs V." "t THBM0flWNGfiAGLSrTe":! Entered t the Pottofficein Bryan, Texu i second-clais matter. BY CARNES & WALLACE BRYAN. TEXAS, MAY 8, 1907 It is given out that the legisla ture is to adjourn the latter part of the week, and the belief is adhered to by many that the governor will ring them up again. The Jamestown exposition man agement had better make things look different to the newspaper correspondents, or the show is doomed. Some of the reports be ing sent out from there are decid edly raw. Roosevelt is said to be pluming his soii'in-law, Ixngworth, for Forakcr's seat in the senate. He may get it but when he does there will be some of his choicest plumes in the talons of the prasent incum bent. The Kagle has received the twenty-second annual catalogue of the Dallas state fair, which will lie "bigger and better thau ever." The catalogue contains a number of fine views of the new buildings and of the grounds. say in part: . ."Xot later than the August term ot your vommiasioucrs Court you will select a County Superintendent ot bcuools in compliance with re cent legislation. The result of your deliberations on this subject. as shown by the choice that you make, will exert an influence upon the education of the children of your couuty for all future time. If you select the proper man for tins position your county will in the near future take a high rank amoug the counties of Texas m 'I'HE new Negligees and Pongees are now ready, and a finer . aline we've never seen. Every one of tnem has a "Worth More" appearance. Thev come from the best of shirt makers. The fabrics are unusually handsome, the shirt-making throughout is of the very highest character known to the trade, and some of the fabrics are unusudly fine and exclusive. The best $1,00 Shirts in the city can be found in our stock- U'e have an exceptionally strong line of fabrics and patterns at J 1.00, ;ind are showing the most elegant line ever seen in Bryan at $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50. $3.00 & $3.50 It would be difficult to find another such line of chricc shirts as we are now offering the Spring trade in any city. Come Early Ste for lours ef. HUNTER & CHATHAM 'TIS RIGH TTTO CARE F0J1 THE LIVING BUT WE SHOULD NOT FORGET THE DEAD.' To mark their resting place is the last tribute of respect we can show them. Let Hilger figure with you. He has the BEST materials, and guarantees first-clas.- work. I reset that cracked curbing thu makes the Cemetery look so bad. I also repair and clean monuments. BRAZOS VAUC.Y MARBLE d GRANITE WORKS C. L. HILGER, Proprietor. Note I do not clean marble with acid that eats off the sur face, but with a preparation made for and sold exclusively to marble dealers. This preparation will not injure the stone, but cleans it thoroughly. See me. .' Wr.W'S UKMSHt KS GLORIOUS UCVIVAL RESULTS. birtjr-iwo Conversions and Reclimi. tlooi at the Moraine, Service at the Methodist Church Ycster day. Meeting Closed. Gloriom results marked the ser- ice yesterday morning at me Methodist church in the great re- ival conducted by Kev. I.ovic icrce Law. The scene was not unlike that presented at the great Stuart meeting held here some years aj;o The inquiry, "How oeiore tue great congregation ou the text, "There was no room for him in the end." The spirituali ty of the service was very marked and the leave taking of the Uvan geiist irom the people among whom he has worked so faithfully and successfully was an affecting seen. Rev. and Mrs. Law and Prof. Wheeler have brought a great blessing and religious awakening to the people of Uryan, and will le gratefully remembered. Kev. Law is a strong gospel preacher, splendidly adapted to evangical work. While denouncing sin tin- ULaaa.aaa.ea: Cool Tht Mol rM(titful Smm to vl lit 5.1 to M itt't rhrnhll (Gvrnmant f ITV 11 C M nVIn Utcofi) It Iht av.iag. lefltpTalurt at. " IflCAICU .. THE LARLDO ROUTE . .. Announces Three Popular Excursions at One-Half Rates. Stop-Over Privileges Slllnc Arrll 2J"th to May llh. Julia Mtti t July IMh. " Juna JiMhto July l-'lh. Raturn limit July Jin ' " Aue. Jlaf " Sen. nth Fltal'RE ON THIS FOR YOUH VACATION TRII' A inntt allrarllt anJ lnrrntlv oullnt. aaihraxlnc many Bolnla of fr.at hlttnrlr Int.r.tt ani acank- tcnj.ur. Nooibrrlik.lt. tf 'Stt I. ft (j. N.Aftntt ur Wrlta D. J. PRICK, G. P. & T. A. GKO..D. HUNTIJR, A. C. P. & T. A.. I. & O. X. R. R. raleotinc, Texas. " ' 'wiaiii i mi in great a salvation?" formed the ; hesitatingly in hieh or low nlaces. k1 County Superintendents for basis of a powerful appeal to the, he indulges in no personalities, and c&rV uJS? Xhes un"awl frm Kvs,n8eHst LT" H'rt.eni. aJ ger terms, more school libraries the mvgt wai attended by a ing in hw rk. He appears to educational matters. If you select the wrong man your rank will b: low for years to come. Those shall we escape if we neglect so counties in exas that have had good County the tcacl long and Utter schools in every partial- gracious outpouring of the Holy i have ai mail uic vum LUUUIO. SP-ru. Ill 3 WOrU UUIIV'IWO MU : irOUl v . i ... jfV m: omre win oe an important dents ot mc-.Alien Academy, near-, v.. bitti. tli pastor, announces i - one in Urazos county, and the sal- Jy all of them having readied j regular p:.t.r meeting service to. ary will be thirteen or fourteen young manhood, calmly and in a j night, and a-ks that all. attend, hundred dollars a year. The ap- manly way made confession of ' Following the 1 1 o'clock service pointment will be made at the faith in Christ. Twenty-four of Sunday all those who have :.t he word "fail" August term of the commissioners court. PLEASANT GROVE SUFFERS. That Section of Hopkins County Swept by Terrible Cyclone Sulphur Springs. Tex.. May I.I , mo rirasani urove neiRnoornood - cyclone did much damage. A nnnv Mme. Emma I;amesjias reached btr of hoimotte were blown down. W Vnrt after ntfenrlimr it,. I Mr. Martln'o bouae wat blown hnlf ....... mile and he wae fatally Injured and lort worm musical festival. In hla child killed; also a grand child of speaking of the engagement she' ' 8,evenB- brother house wai. i r.it , blown down, and Mr. Robertson's aiu; me iexa jeopie are house was Wown down. glorious and it was a rare treat to; . . Near Pilot Point. wwiwui. Pilot Tolnt. Tex . May 7. Two dl thusiastic and annreciative that it tlnce cyclones visited this virir.itv mv lirt Pvt in tinT .-.,! Sereral buildlnas were demolUhed. but J " " " J more songs than I reilly intended before the concert began." Get ting a double program with ap- i y rivt v,rB 0ld Mortally Shoots ; ao casualties are reported. DEPLORABLE AFFAIR. plause is a great stunt with the Texas people, and when both sides are pleased as in this cae, no one else should kick. Eames, however was fortunate; she was singing to the warblers themselves. them were converted at the service and eight reclaimed. A majority of them also at once gave their names for membership in the 1 church of their choice. The reu!t of the meeting have 7. In been 46 additions to the Methodic church, 41 on profession and 5 by letter. Others have given their names for other churches as fol lows: I'aptist church 7; Episco pal church : Presbyterian church j; Christian church 1. Grand to tal, 63. The additions to the Methodist church are as follows: On Profession F e r d i n a 11 1 Karbe. Rivers Allen, Nat Allen Wilbur Loouey. W. T. Branch Phillip Scherer, Marcus L. Griffin Stanley H. Rouse, Herbert R not been received into the church will be received into full connection. a Younger Brother. Palestine. Tex., May 7. Jlmn:l? Preston, Her'x-rt Scale, R. L. Son State Superinterdeat R. B. Cousins has addressrd a letter to the couuty judges at:d commission ers in the various counties coming under the provisions of the new law j Nalsmlth, aited five years, son of Mr and Mrs. John Nalnnillh, shot ami mortally wounded his little brother. John C, ager three years. The shoot Inn was done accidentally while ilav ing ana a smau twenty-two gun vit the weapon. The little fellow was shot In the hend and lingered a few lours. His death was pathetic. Interred at Palestine. field, R. L. Heed. Tom Raysor Misses Lurline M. Weaver, Aline B. Weaver, Lillie G. Griffin, Irene Killough," Frankie May Reed, Sadie Gocns, Bessie Irene Goens, Mary Fisher Fuchak, Sybi Groves, Mary Knowles; C. D Parker, Glenn Holland; Robt Palestine. Tex . May 7 Remains of Gordon. T. A. Scherer. Clifford the late Mrs. George M. Diller were Inter- - U. McDowell. Joe Tignor. bam died at Danbury red here N. YH FRESH SHIPMENT Chocolate Bon-Bons. Just Received Emmel & Maloney, DRUGGISTS s Manufacturers X-Ray Relief Remedies Beard, Colin Neal, Tom Cleveland. Sam Moon, Plummcr Frankiln, Guy Giledr, C. W. Nugent, R. R. Walker, Tom Calhoun, Henry Wickes. By Letter J. P. Kennedy, Mrs. J. A. Groves, Mrs. S. li. Sumner, Miss Alma Lou Sumner, Miss Laura E. Brogdon. The meeting closed last night and F.vangclist Law and wife left for Grand Saline, Texas, where he will hold a big union meeting un der a tent. In connection with I the larg'i additious to the churches above set forth, there will be still other additions later, there having been about 100 conversions and reclamations during the meeting. The closing fcrvice last night was of marked interest and result ed in eight more conversions and additions to the chorcbes, these being included in the totals alwe 1 given, evangelist Law preached TRAINS COLLIDE. Two Men Killed and Engineer Fatally Injured. Wfceellnx, May ?. A Chicago west . . . . uciuiu express irain on me uaitinioi and Ohio road roUIJcJ with a tat frelnht eajtbound at Roaby's Ko eight miles east of here. J. L. fair er, of Burton. W. Vs.. express mc. enjer. and C. G. Warner, bassae master, of Hellalre. O.. were killed outright. The engineer of the puss n rr train. C. . Riley, of Wheeling was fatally Injured. The accident ti alleged to hare been caused by a ml' understanding; of orders. The ir,i trains were going at the rate of thlrtr miles per hour when they rrasiied The bagpnge and express rsrs were demolished. The freight engine aemollshed the passenger engln rassengers In coaches and Pullniar escaped with a severe shaking up. DAVIS' DESPERATE DEEDS. Insane Man Shoots and Kills Six Mem bert of a Family. ran rrancisco. iay 7 m I m (1 Insanity Walter Charles Davis het and killed six members of a fam!lv Ills victims were Orson R. Rush, asel 67. wife and young son; W. R Rnrd. carpenter, with relatives at 8t. liul bo 'i ienver; m. k. Keinton, a sur veyor. recently from New York, nn Mrs. Lllllnn n. Carothers. an elderlv woman, who boarded la the house The Family Safety Oil TheEest On Earth MRS. RUBIO DIES. .4 1 . Mother of the President Diss III Out a Few Hours. City of Mexico. May 7. Mrs. Aucus tine CastrHo de Romeo Rubin. t- mother of Mrs Dins, wife of the prf! d nt of this republic, died Mon.: afer an II'pcm of but a few h'"r President T!rj and Mrs. Dlax nnd r morons re'aiives were at the beii-' when the end ccme. I-ath was c! " to pueitmonln. THREE BUPNED TO DEATH. Mother rrt Co;le of Little Ores Pc ItV N a Conflsjration. ltareton. Pa.. May 7 A molt.cr and two l'.itle children were burr.e.l to death in a fire which destrovcl n block of houses occupied by tbrc families at neaver Brook, a mini-" village near here. The dead wor::.- Is Mrs. Joseph Dltravrl. wife of a minor. Elgin Butter Sales. Elfin. III.. May 7. Putter output for iMt ( :!; was 37.fVC rrvindi. For Sale by the Following Reliable Dealers C. E. Bullock U Co , Will S. Higgs, Ed Hall, Howell Bros. B. Kaczer & Co., D. Mike Jr., J. H. Mawhinney, Sanders Bros., Jno. M. Sebesta. II IG H INVESTIGATING A "Crackerjack" Bargain ' for somebody t New 5 room home, iuit hnUheJ, good . 11 new cribt. new fences, new wen, new cittern, new garden, newly painted. Four acre of newly fertiliied land, situated on south tide of town. cloe In. I'lenty room (or truck farm, plenty room for orchard, plenty room 10 grow chit kern, plenty room to grow healthy children. I'leniy good freih air. This place Is worth S2.SU0.OO, but to tell quick an. olfering at $1200.00 Remember It it "right up in town." PHONE 359 Monroe Edge Dr. W. H. Lawrence ..DENTIST.. OVER HASWELL'S BOOK STORE W. C. FOUNTAIN DENTIST Crowa and Bridge work Office nrtairs eer Burt Norwi a spec rood's iarr store. w Laxativo Fruit Syrup PUasant to take The new laxative. Does not gripe or nauseate. Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action of the stom- i ach, liver and bowels. ofu ubstttutM. Met SOo SoM bv M. H. JAIES. Dr. J. F. Eovoo I'liyslctan anil Burgeon AMB.CENIRAL fSACTITIOSIS. Of ce .p-stairs in Smith Building. Office and ReviJrtit Phone 153. IN.