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1873 Thirty-Five Years' Reputation 1908
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nblra in. M o.r my p.troni chnlc. ...ortm.nt of
Whiskies. Brandies, Wines, Etc.
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claw f pr"Pny In.ur.d.
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Fire, Accident. I ive Stock, Burglary,
1'honei 2f5 and 151.
Agent for the- OLIVER TYI'KWRITKR-The best yet.
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ftico Juicy Steaks and. Roasts
Ar. ti. -.' R ' mr.ll.nl nuk II worlh whll. I-put on.'. tt under
th libl. W.:i..v ll.rm w wrll' ev.rvlhlnt Im
ltil' K"oi In th Mrat Murkot III...
Wo Invito Your Patronage!
W.il.lhi.wr.ni-lhllor ..u.ll.y of mr.t., .nJ courtro... .np prompt .rrvk.
ull tl. y'.r round w ar. unrxccllrd.
Higgs
Insulin the SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE CO., Dallas, Tex
Why' Hecause it is a Texas company, has ample capital and Surplus and
vvny. '" -i- .. I.... It wi rtn Hn the different
iv keep I exas money in , .. , ' , 1
Ins and ra.es, and can also write Accident and Sick Ueneht Insurance in
t companies and give you just what you want and you wi know what
vouare eettinir. Kvery man and woman under 50, in Ec:od health, should join
you Rtt yFRiEm JN mD soaETy
Many are now enjoying the benefits of Life Insurance tliat would not
if not for my efforts.
A SINGER IN THE HOME.
Lot inn place 'i w,th J""1 on tllft1.
If there Is a project that row wish
to buy a machine. I guarantee prompt
und rellublo repair work. Residence
. . .nr. ..IH.... at Mr.. II. White's.
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DR. W. H. LAWRENCE
DENTIST
OVKIl IIABWELl.'S BOOK STORK
J. W. BATTS
HtAL ESTATE AGENT
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r art llim.it'. Phono ai
II..... ., ..(licr 'li- only " I f AliMi-iui
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One hair lil"k trn.i "Ix room Douse
In goo.l i.jmlit.oti.ooil; hrlck ctutern;
jn.l trof... 1'ilco 1750 00 Small
L'Cbli payine .i. "i" PB-
V. II. HuiUim W. W.WIIhoi.
llr.win.T.'MiH. Knmkllu.Tex
HUDSON. & .WILSON
Atlortieyn-Ut l.ttW
Hiyau and Franklin, Thxuh.i
will prnclli'D in eounty, tate and f Jtl
i-ral courts. Special attention to
biiHlneMH In llrruos ami Rob
liiMon comitli'H.
FOR 8A.E.
117(1 ncret of lnml In tho Mobos
HiikIi' suiv-y, n.'ur Etluc Price
ninl terms riHonnblP.
Half acre of land with Improve
mmits. one block onst of my homo.
Two small farms adjoining eacb
otlior. conilbMng of 60 and 40 acres
respectively; each In cultivation and
west of Dryan. on Sandy Tolnt road,
well Improved; altuated three mllas
This Is An f"ilt land.
80 acres adjoining A. & M. Co
ben land on wHt side, mar Trovl
onre church. KnoD -
Wood for sale nt nil times. Ring
Henry nurgi-r when In need of sumo.
riiotm No. n:ii. ir'2
LAW HENDERSON,
Attorney-at-Law
Survrvor .nd Ahli O'"" 1,1 ,r,,nl ol "'
Court Hou. Hiv.n, Tff-
Bettr Than Ever !
Th.l I. It v.rdlr or IhoM ho h.v bn buylne our
Mi. Ini Ma.k.1 P.odu.l. tor ..r. rj WmIHM
vm th. countr al our two 'Uli ' Bl M.l In.l
M."n.H. .nd Ih. I.r(.l K.frlK.r.lor Kcomn.o4.tlon..
llpptt Marktt Pkomt 30
Lemtf Marktl PknM 326
S. H. FRANKLIN
Insurance j
ADAMS
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Lilo, Bonds, Plate GlasiMniurance J
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Summer
J$r5i; Excursion
M Tickets
At fcjrfrtl'v r4ueJ
fdtrt t'
North, East and Southeast
COLORADO, PACiriC COAST
and mlxicin mm
On S.lf Cnmmrnrlnir Jun 1 t
Return limit Oilohrr M, I70M
Loop trip via Ntu) Orltant and Soathtrn
Padifiid Company Sttamtrt
Coins vl. Str.imrr n.1 rrlurnlnj vl. Pall
lln or vl, vert.
For furthrr liilormiitlon, rail on A.'rnu of
H. & T. C. R. R.
or writ ti
C K DUNI.AI'. T. J. ANOK.RSON.
Tr.flic .M.n.ir Orn. !'. Am
Houston, Tim
DR. J. F. EAVES
Physician and Surgeon
Spni.l .tlrntlon ti. RrctalDl.r as nj Dlx.tet
if Mrn. Ollu. 'phone W). Rrtldrnc. 'ppon. 15H
The Miller House
(N.arH. AT. C. drpot)
Hoard and Room $5.00 per Week
BRAZOS VALLEY HORSE AND
MULE CO.
We now have a
FINE JERSEY BULL
at our Stable In Hryan. Terms tl.fjt).
Phono No. 190.
O. E. DuBOSE.
6-22 08
Your Linen
Always has the best of care
anJ attention at
The Bryan Steam
LAUNDRY
Give us the family washing.
No dclavs.
PHONE 141
W. O. Hcarn, Prop.
THOMAS ISLES TALKS
Accounts For One-Third of the
Campaign Fund.
USED FOR SPECIAL ISSUE.
Prominent Populitl Say. Soon
Mr. Bryan Returned From Convention
of 1904 H Wrota Editorial He.d.d,
11 Shall Support P.rkar."
Omaha. June 6. Some light was
thrown on the deposition of the now
famous $15,000 rampuigu fund raised
at New York in 1904 and spent lu the
Nebruxka campaign by a statement
given out by Thomas H. Tibbies, Popu
list nominee for vice president In that
year.
At that time Mr. Tibbies was edi
tor of the Independent at Lincoln, and
Mr. Bryan's Commoner was printed
by the Independent plant. Mr. Rryan's
editorial desk was In the Independent
office.
Mr. Tibbies says: "I know right
where 15,000 of that New York fund
went. It went Into the special edition
of 96,000 copies of the Independent,
which was gotten out for the purpose
of electing Oeorge W. Rerge for gov
ernor. The entire paper was given
up to the candidacy In that edition, of
the Independent, Populist and fimlon
candlilute for governor. This amount
was handed us by, Tom Allen, 'James
C. Duhlmau and Colonel John O.
Malier, and they secured the fundi
from the Democratic national commu
te on a trip which they made to New
York.
"I do not know what became of the
other lio.iioo, but I know positively
of I lie disposition of the $r,0H0.
"I iiIko know something about the
charge thnt $13,ono was sent to Ne
braska, to Ri-t .Mr. Hryan to support
Parker. The day after Mr. Dry an
retiirni-if from the St. Iouls convention
he dropped Into the Independent of
fice, sat down at his desk and begun
wtlllnj? an editorial. The first words
were, 'I shall support Parker.' We
put that editorial In type and inn It
In the Commoner the following week.
All that was done long before there
was nny t k of needing money In tho
Nebraska election, and should dispose
of tho ridiculous talk about Mr. Hryan
belrg paid to support Parker."
MUCH MONEY COLLECTED.
Syndicate of Alma Gatherers Seems to
Have Flourished.
Chlcngo, June fi. A syndicate of
alms gatherers, snld to have collected
hundreds of thousands of dollars on
the plea that tho money would be used
for the voluntary support and care of
feeble old men and women In various
cities of the United States, Is being
Investigated by detectives of the Chi
cago police department.
The woman In chirge of the Chicago
headquarters said the money was col
lected to be used In supporting Insti
tutions at Crand Island. Neb.. Denver.
and Shreveport, La. The Institutions
were said to be called "Mouse of
Hope." A telegram from Shreveport
declares there Is no "Hons of Hope"
within the limits of thnt city.
REUNION VISITORS.
They and Veterans Are Arriving at
Birmingham on Every Train.
nirmlngham, June 5. Veterans and
visitors are arriving on every train
for the Confederate reunion here next
week, and Indications now are the at
tendance will be the largest of any
reunion ever held.
General Tyler, of Forrest's cavalry
corps, requests that all of the surviv
ors of tho command meet with him In
a preliminary meeting at Hotel Mor
ris. Survivors of this corps will par
ticipate In thp big parade next Thurs
day on horseback.
Decorations of the city already cover
several blocks, and 100 men are at
work putting up bunting, pictures of
generals and small flags.
Walker Wins.
San Diego, Cal.. June 5. The steam
er St. Demls, which arrived here from
EnHennda, brought In the report that
W. F. Walker, the New Britain. Conn..
banker, arrested In Iwer California,
and who was fighting extradition, has
won his case In the Mexican courts.
and that orders revoking the commit
ment to the Knsanada prison were ex
pected to reach Knsanada soon. The
report la Indefinite aj to what author
ity rendered the decision. If he has
wo" (n he nnper courts he must now
await the slow action of Mexican
courts before he can be released.
President's African Trip.
Washington, June 5. President
Roosevelt has been giving attention
lntely to his plans for his trip to Brit
ish Rust Africa next summer, on
which, tl Is understood, Kermlt, his
son, will accompany him. The presi
dent will carry a complete hunting
outfit and devote much of his time to
the study of the habits of animals and
collecting of material for a book.
Making Great Preparations.
Victoria. B. C, June 5 Mail advices
from Australia state great prepara
tions are being made to receive the
American battleship fleet There will
be a round of banquets, balls, picnics,
regattas, cricket and baseball match
es Sydney pnd Melbourne pro
pose to spend 1250.000 each to enter
tain the fleet. '
Biiiop Potter in Bad Health.
New York. June 5 Bishop '.Potter
In at his home In Coopeitown suffer-
Inc from a nervous breakdown. It U
de '.ar4 the bishop's Indisposition has
caused him to abandon his trip to
K u rope.
CHINAMEN'S LONG TRIP.
Travel From Galveston to Frisco
In Box Car.
San Francisco, June 5. Whent, a
sealed box car, which apparently xtne
Intact from Galveston, was opened In
the Southern Pacific railway yards Fri
day, sixteen half starved Chinese were
found, In addition to a half load of
heavy steel. The car was ten days on
the road and had been In the yards
for forty-eight hours. The Chinese
had a little water and a few crackers
left, but were weak and hollow eyed.
One of them showed a certificate en
titling him to admission to this coun
try, but the others were turned over
to the Immigration officials. It Is sup
posed by officials the men were smug
gled across the Mexican boundary and
placed In the car at Kl Paso, the seals
of the car being replaced with others.
WAGON BRIDGE GONE.
Splendid Structure at Denison
Has Been Swept Away.
Denison, June 5. The magnificent
wagon bridge that connected this sec
tion with Oklahoma was swept away
Friday morning, not a vestige being
left. The rlsn of the river all Thurs
day and Thursday night brought down
Immense drifts that literally pounded
the pints to pieces. The structure was
600 feet In length, cost $1.0,000, and
was built In 1891. Nothing tins hap
pened In years that has so much de
pressed tho community, especially
business circles. This bridge was the
great uvenue of trade with Okluhnmn
It meant thousands of dollars yearly
to our merchants.
All work on the Katy bridge has
been suspended. The situation is bud
as can be. S. B. Fisher, chief engineer
of the system, has taken charge of the
situation, men are now trying to save
the north l vers of the railway bridge.
The Ininieine Sc'lfts are belli!? (liveried
so they will escnve the piers.
The wagon brldg was a total loss;
no Insurance. It was u stockholders'
concern.
- A man named Dalton was carried
away with tin wagon bridge mid
drownd.
RESTORATION OF SERVICE.
Permissron Given Katy by Railroad
Commission Over Telephone.
Austin, June 5. Authority over the
long distance phone was granted by
the railroad commission to the Mis
souri, Kansas and Ti'xus railway to
establish delayed through passenger
service Into Texas from ' St. Louis.
Through service bad to be abandoned
on account of the washing away of
the Red river bridge north of Denl
son. This detour Is to be made via
Paris. Trains rrom the north will
come as far as "Durnnt, Okln., thence
to Huga and then over the tracks of
the Texas nnd Pacific to Pnrls, thence
to Denison. This will delay through
service several haurs, as the detour
to be made Is approximately 200 miles.
Candallia Contract Entered Into.
Austin, June 5. The governor, at
torney general and land commissioner
on behalf of the state entered Into a
contract wllh Walter Wlllett, of San
Antonio, whereby the state sells to
Wlllett the Candallia plant growing on
all unsold public free school lands
situated In Brewster and Terrell coun
ties for a period of five years. The
consideration Is $1,000, payable at $20
a jfear. Wlllett la said to have dis
covered this plant or shrub and In
tends to manufacture It Into pnraflne
wax. This contract made In accord
ance with the gayule act of the Thir
tieth legaslature.
Depart For Panama.
Fort Worth, June 5. Two girls,
Cecil Allen, aged sixteen, ond her sis
ter, Fay, aged eleven, accompanied
by their grandmother. Mrs. Mary Al
len, aged eighty, left for Panama, via
New Orleans, where they will make
their future home. Tho girls' father,
J. C. Allen, formerly resided at Cle
burne, and now Is one of the canul
superintendents.
Sight May Be Restored.
Washington, June 5. Thomas Gore,
the blind senator from Oklahoma, who
Is undergoing treatment at tho Epis
copal hospital here, firmly believes.
It Is said, his sight will he restored.
In the event of any Improvement
through tho treatment a slight opera
tion will probably be performed. The
treatment supplies nourishment to the
retina of the left eye, which Is sepa
rated from the optic nerve.
Temporary Offices Opened.
Paris, Tex., June 6. General Man
ager Nixon, Superintendent Cchluyer
and Office Manager Levy of the Frisco
have opened temporary offices here
until the Frisco situation on the Red
river division is relieved. Ten englues
and crews arrived from the Red river
division.
Charged With Shooting.
Amartllo, Tex.. June 6. Jack Freer.e.
quartermaster of Troop B., was ar
rested here charged with shooting
Elgin Warren Friday morning on a
downtown street.
An army gun was used. Warren may
recover.
Not Regarded at Serious.
New York. June 5. There was no
change Friday In the condition of Sen
ator Bailey, who is here preparing for
an operation to relieve an affection
of his throat. The senator said he does
not regard bis condition as at all ser
ious. Damage Tremendous.
Wichita Fulls. Tex., June 5. Flood
damage here and In vicinity Is estimat
ed at $:!00.0'n. Farmers are the great
est sufferers. The Denver Is detourlng
Over the Katy between here and Henrietta
JAMES & NUNN
Off.r lh. public . ComplH. Slink
of (v.rythlng In th. Hum of
Furniture and Undertakers' Goods
Price, art mod.rai .nd t.rvli.
prompt and .Itul.nt.
JAMES & NUNN
We Cordially Invite
Your attention to
White Crest Flour )
ClubH ouse Canned' Goods
Wright's Roasted Coffee
These goods are unsurpassed. We can supply all your
wants in the Grocery line. Phones 51 and 78.
Jno. M. Lawrence & Co.
Violet and Rose
Talcum Powder
1 lb. pkgs. 25c
E. J. JENKINS
RvT
A..O SPORTING GOODS
CAVHTS DRUG STOKE
Your Grocery Worries
Are unnecessary. Just phone us
at No. 142 and let us assume them.
Everything for the Summer time
meals and lunches. Phone 142.
W J.
New Planing RHill ii
W. h.v. InV.IIrd . I'l.nlng Mill
your patronage, l-'lnlihrd
We quote yoa Inviting Prices
All connnon or rough
and beveled si
per thousand
and beveled siding, at
Flooring and novelty siding. )SL ((
per thousand. .. aVeUU
Door, windows,' Jblinds, etc., at proportion
ately low prices.
We want your lumber trade, and solicit your cotton ginning
. . . PHONE . . .
S.H.DUWLAPCo. j
i WHOSE
The Complete Drugstore
The Satisfactory Drugstore
The Convenient Drugstore
The Accommodating Drugstore
The Appreciative Drugstore
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at our Lumbar Yard i.nd Invlt
Lumber, Moulding.. Etc.
as follows
dressed lunilicr, ceiling,
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