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BRYAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, IvOH HIIKTI I N I II YKAR 4 MMOMM ! DEATH TO THIRTEEN. num ur k j:s l i ; 'I is 7 Another car Marigold Flour Received Friday HOWELL & NEWTON PHONES 23 - 160 lUIIwwww i mm i W THE Firs! National Sank I OF BRYAN Capitol - - SIOO,000.00 Surplus and Profits 80,000.00 Twenty-two years successful business. IT n n Tn J U lyJ II L b 1 jV' J. W. HQWI L, Preiidcnt CUY M. ARYAN, JR., Vice Pres. i Mi Ui 0Ul inivi'ii, niu-f i i . L. MclNMS. Ciilnor f i M. LAW, Assistant wasnicr 4 4MMMMMMMMMMMM M MM ! ALWAYS READY With ih Nrvu-t Saoiulil Falun's for Men's Clothing. The old rrlial.l JOHN WITTMAN TAILOR SHOP Cim ulw.tyi to- Jrpni.liJ mi lr (Ju.ility, Style, Hit anJ Promptness. Give u yur or.lcrs. JOHN WITTMAN, Merchant Tnilor. MO. G. ViGli FEDAIN Th, ,. 4 m4l l. ... i I" HI 1m. h.v. lrl.4 II I. corn I. iL.tU.t4 ln. ir t.itu. vi Cms UM. ...-. Mi.J "l. nJ !". Cm .ut.h .nd rrn fl.wr , , , P.M ..f .1.. " ... H..I W Nl I. II.. AIM jMrt. Horn. f,.u. ... ",',.( II .11 .4 11 . W. m.li. r cM Um I..I h.li.4 cm In .i lot.. Th. jv, t,.,lmr.. .mJ prnv l " ',",,',r """' HUM y.Hif i.n J II I h"Pt ' "Ml. ' "J "'" Storo Phono 376 Mill Phono 376 MM 1 Wc have completed our line of Eastman Kodak Goods f Haswell's Book Store Fountain Talk Our facilities for serving Cold Drink cannot ln Mii pii-(4'l. Our materials are the finest that we can buy. Nfl are liberal in the ue (if them and our list of l.cveratfi' is up-to-the-minute. We assure you that vour uH m eo in will be a plea-tain one. Holmes & Parker The ahova I. the "Quick Meal" TraJa Mark. It you want to co the llttlo "Quick Meal" chick Ret a quick meal, put It close to your eye and your noa on tltocro.s (4-). Look at It that way steadily for a mlnoia nit J you will tea the chick make a 'Qulk Meal" of the bug. Tooplo who U a ''Quick Meal" know tiow to cook a incal quli k ami rat It In comfort. "Quick MoaP' Stove look wll, cook well, bake well mt J lat well. They roulj not be made belter at any prlre. Their Immeme lata U duo to their uicrlu to nothing cLe. Colo Hardware Co ! W. C. rOl'NTAIN dkntist! ! , OttUe nt'Htili' I'vor Mmlth Pru Co .).f.,i, 4 or By Phone By Wire When you need any drug store goods toilet articles, drugs or emergency 'goods just send your order by mail or phone, We select for you with ex treme care, send the goods at once and guarantee you the same satisfaction as if you called in person. We never disappoint you in goods, service, or prices. "4 Just Arrived Fine Assortment At Prices Ranging from $18.50 to 7.50 Suit Cases At Prices Ranging from $15.00 to $L50 Hand Bags At Prices Ranging (from $15.00 to 1.98 These embrace the celebrated Seward Line We consider them the best on the market We Solicit . Your Inspection mm No Trouble to Show Goods Man Suicides Rather Thon Sail Upon That Date. Now York, June 5. Kor a fortnlfiht Kcllx Pnltncrl, twenty-three years old , of Williamsburg, has been telling ble frlenda that tbey would soon bid him ' furewcll, aa a week from Saturday i h would ball for Naples. He bad pur-1 chaaod tils ttcamKhlp ticket and I showed It to many. One of those wl aaw It railed bis attention to a point i not noticed by him; that the date of bis sailing wsa June 13. "Don't sail on the 13th," counselled the friend. "The ship will sink and you will 1om all you have and your life as well." Palmerl hastened to the office where he had purchased the ticket, made known hla fear or sailing on the 13th and requested that the ticket be changed to this Saturday or another date, or that hhi money be refuuded. The clerk refused. The list was com pleted for this week, he snid. It was aitalnst the rules of the office either to rlianno the date of a ticket or re fund the money. "Then I'll die any way." retorted Palmerl, "and I'd rather die by a bul let than by drowning," and before any band could restrain hint, be drew a big pistol from his ocket and In slKht of all In the place, he shot himself In the hend. He whs dead whun an ambulance arrived. GENEROUS AVERILL. nheritlng Great Wealth, He Will Aid Deserving People. I-oa AiiRi'itfs. fa l June 6. C. V. Averlll, who recently Inherited f 1 0. OuO.'xhi, from tin mint In Massachus etts, declares he Is going to make SO, 000 or more people happy. After a visit to bis old home In FarmltiKton, Maine, he will establish heiidqunrter.-i In a big city, perhaps Chicago, where he'ays all who" need help and deserve It can find It. "I am not going -o be a fool about this," he said yesterday, "but If being a fool Is being deceived occasionally, all right. I have succeeded in piling up a few hundred thousand by my own exertion, but can never spend the In come of $M, 01111,000. "If a man has $.'00 and needs as much more to carry out his plans and make hint a success and thereby happy, I propose to give the added $r.oo. "Another thing, I am going to help bad people as well as good. The good people! churches and respectable folks care for them, but the bad have no one but the devil and the police. I want to help the Intemperate, the con tlct, the girl who has to hang her head, the man who has made a fall tire of himself. Ixjts of us cannot resist temptation, you know. " I have set the number I will help at 20.IMI0, but If I succeed In hclpln them, I will look fur Zu.UOO more. I suppose my headquarters will be In New York or Chicago, because I can reach farther from either of those places than any other." DESPERATE NEW YORKER. Shoots Hia Wife, Fires at Two Sons and Kills Himself. New York. June S After shooting his wife twice as she lay In bed and firing a shot each at bis two young aons, Frederick Itosaft sent a bullet Into his own head, killing himself In stantly, while his thirteen-year-old daughter. Annie, tried to wrest the weapon from him. In their home at Williamsburg. It Is believed Rosaft was Insane, as he had been acting strangely for several months. Fatal Auto Accident. nrunswlck. Germany, June 5 A fatal automobile accident took place near here. Lieutenant Commander Assmann and First Lieutenant Johan nes FrIUBche were killed and First Lieutenant Klmanhorst and chauffeur named Eleke, severaly Injured. The machine turned practically a double somersault and fell on the occupants and crushed them. The entire party were from Kiel. Gillette Verdict Set Aside. New York. June 5. The verdict against Walter H. Gillette, former vice nrPHlitnnt of the Mutual Life Insurance company, who had been conrlcted of perjury In connection with tne lire Insurance Investigation, had ben set aside by appellate division supreme court. Mr. Gillette had been sentenced to six months In prison. 8ignorlnett Wina Again. T.nmlon. June R Oaks wai won by the Italian filly Slgnorlnetta, winner of the Derby. Courtesy, was second, and Santeve third. Thirteen horses ran. Stakes were worth $25,000 for three-year-old fillies, and about one mile and a half. Khodora. Richard Croker'a entry, fell down. Hargls Case Continued. Lexington, Ky June 5 In the Breathitt county court at Jackson the case of lten Hargls, charged with the iiurder of his father, Judge James Har gls, was continued until the October term of court. Iiotn Hides desirea continuance. Five Days a Week. Pawtucket. U. 1 . June 5 Five mills of the J. & V. Coates company, limited. of this iltv and Centralvtlle. have re suined the schedule of five days a week About 2.io operatives are nf foetid. Wc invite yonr Atttcntion to the Eighteenth Annual ROLL OF HONOR of the National Banks of the United States carefully prepared from the report to the Comp troller of Currency in which The City National Bank OF BRYAN, TEXAS Takes ranks as follows: In the National Banking System No. 395 In the State of Texas No. 21 In the City of Bryan No. 1 This high standing is a matter of more than usual congratulation from the fact that wc were 'six years in Business on May 1, 1908, and we desire to extend our thanks to those valued friends whose unselfish efforts in our behalf have gone so far toward the above result. The City National Bank. (J. s. Parker E. H. Astin Albert W. Wilkerson E. W. Crenshaw President Vice President Cashier Assistant Cashier 1880 29th YEAR 1908 All the world loves a STAVFR, and particularly a STAYER who STAYS in one business continuously for 28 years, with a full determination to make it an even half century, if spared to do so. Business placed with me stays with MF. for agents come and agents go, but " I go on forever." Fire, Accident. Tornado and Steam Boiler Insurance.. H. C. ROBINSON, Agent FRESH SHIPMENT WILEY'S CANDIES TRY A B0X-Y0U WILL LIKE IT. Special attention IPE TDK A M in httIk- Fhone for given orders for ,ILiHlU prices No: 199 MARTIN & LOCKE Our Gity Trade is Growing. Are you among our Customers? We sell Groceries for less. SANDERS BROS. Phone 104 Ice Cream Freezers ' S i.rTiC i r r- - n C f . The White Mountain make. None better. Does its work quickly, thoroughly and effect ively. Easy handled and easy to clean. Prices the lowest. We have them from $1.35 up. Levy Bros. For everything in the Furniture and Housefurnishing line. STEVENSON MACHINE and REPAIR WORKS Manufacturing and RQoairlng BATTERIES KOK ALL PURPOSES. Phone 7 BRYAN, TEXAS 'NhYKT OFSTOWH ifi t i 4 ' 1 1 I ' i f