My Silver-Plat ed Ware
Consists of all the new things made by the most reliable manufacturers Rogers Bros. all fully guaranteed.
1 have in transit the most elaborate line of
Pkkard's Hand Painted China
That I have ever shown, and they offer One Thousand Dollars Reward for any piece
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my stock complete and
that IS nnr rraninA
hand work. As these goods are made to oraer, it taws longer lor mem to arrive. I also carry other China
imported goods and am offering same at remarkaDiy low .rices, l win soon have
it will be a pleasure to show all wishing to see a
Fine, Up-to-date Stock of Jewelry
And its Kindred Lines.
Hat Pins, Scarf Pins, Cuff and Collar Pins.
Solid Gold Baby Pins, per pair
Solid Gold Bracelets
Bracelets and Rings
Solid Gold Cuff Buttons, per pair
Solid Gold Neck Chains
Locket Chains, Crosses
Back Combs and comb sets
Baby rings, solid gold
Barretts, solid gold -
Barretts, filled gold.
25c to $5.00
$1.00 to $100.00
.$1.00 to $30.00
$2.00 to $35.00
.$1.00 to $30.00
.$2.00 to $10.00
...$1 to $20.00
.$1 to $10.00
...$1 to $10.00
..1.50 to 5.00
5oc to 2.5o
l.oo to loo.oo
. . . 1.5o to"5.oo
Veil pins, solid gold ' '"' " " ' ' Y""?'L 1'00
The best values in Hat Pins in gold, solid gold tops ever shovn in Bryan. My stock of
Hawk's Cut Glass
is complete and very cheap considering the high quality, The very finest Umbrellas in
gold and silver handles, a large line of Sterling Silver, Platedware, Knives, Forks
Spoons, and all fancy pieces. Konklin fountain pens, merchants foun
tain pens, etc., Edison Phonographs, Records, Pianos Organs.
Will be open evenings after November 1st
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A call win oe appreciatea
J.M. Caldwell, - Jeweler
I-. ,i,k I represent the Oldest and Best Companies.
given my personal attention, and appreciated.
C. E. BO YETT
Fire, Tornado, Accident, Plate Glass, Bonds and Live Stock
Residence Phone 257. i Office'Phone 372.
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We have completed
our line of
Eastman Kodak Goods i
HaswelFs Book Store
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With the Newest Ssm.nV.e Fabric for Men's Clothing Thejold relia
JOHN WITTMAN TAILOR SHOP
Can always be depended on for Quality, Style, Fit and Promptness
..o , r,wc JOHN WITTMAN, Merchant Tailo
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Vpptr Market Phone 30)
Lower Market Phone 326
Choicest of Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton,
and Sausage. Your trade is appreciated.
1873 Thirty-Five Years' Reputation 1908
Studs u a Guarantee of the Quality
Wr c all Liquora tola by
exserfetre, rlnr which i cartful eelectloo of the Oet brands haslbeen made
IL,1"v'!(i mr patrons a choke assortment of
Sti'os. Wines, Etc.
KILLING OF THE HALLS.
Th w d. ...
-M Ddrnes were Alone To-
Beiner at the Time All Old
dent of Bedias
Bellas, Tex., Oct. 19.-The killing
of Lee and Cecil Hall, reported by the
News correspondent Saturday, has
cast a gloom over this entire country
The difficulty occurred between Cecil
Hall and L. O. Barnes, i which Hall
s Kii.eu, selng shot three or four
times,, and Barnes was bit a irlnnrin
shot on the chin, but Is not seriously
oa an mnocent party
supposed to be trying to keep down
me difficulty. Ke was hit twice-
iU,UUsu Ule oouy, supposed to
nave been stray bullets.
Mr. O. L. Barnes is a druggist at
this place and a- prominent farmer
and stock man. Cecil I Tall ranv a
Hiawatha joint and a barber shop
here. Mr. Lee Hall was a dealer In
general merchandise and has exten
sive farming Interests. All the parties
to this terrible affair were raised here
and all had families, an.l up to two
hours before the killing were friends
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me Buooung iook place In a store
room at the back of Lee Hall's store
and the two dead men and .Mr. Barnes
were all who were in the house.
What was seen through the door ap
pears to be all that Is known.
A plilfl dim-...
" oicom iuiiip was received here
over the H. & T. C. yesterday for
-Mr. E. J. Fountain, to be used In
pumping the 4' Inch well on his Bra
zos bottom plantation.
The supreme court of the United
States has, according to news dis
patches, decided against Henry Clay
Pierce and denies his application in
the Texas case. Extradition was
ordered and he was arrested in St.
J. W. BATTS
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Office in Taliaferro Building. Or
poslte Ciurt House. Phone 37
Have in office the only set of Abstract
Books of Brazos County Land Titles
One and one-half lots and six-room
house, locatf d two blocks from Main
street; cornfr lot, brick cistern and
One quartir block of -round and
rew five-roonn house In good neigh
borhood on eiist side of town. Price,
$1,000.00. TefyjS, one-fourth cash, and
balance In on, two and three years,
Governor Haskell Addresses a
AT STATE FAIR OF TEXAS.
Texas Praised, the Republican Party
Scored, the President Criticised,
Bravery of Confederates Lauded and
Governmental Affairs Discussed.
Dallas, Oct. 20. Before an audience
that numbered over 6,000 persons,
Hon. Chas. N. Haskell, governor of
Oklahoma, delivered an address be
fore the grand stand on the grounds
of the State Fair of Texas this
Accompanied by his wife, other!
members of his family, his Btaff, the
latter in military uniforms, the Okla
homa executive was given an ovation
upon his appearance in the mammoth
steel grand stand.
Ex-Mayor Curtis P. Smith was mas
ter of ceremonies. He Introduced
Rev. J. W. Hill, pastor of the Klrst
Methodist Episcopal church, who In
voked the blessing of God.
Mayor I fay Welcomed the governor
and party to Dallas and Introduced
Hon. V. H. Clark of thla city, who
in well chosen words presented Gov
When the governor arose to speak
the vast multitude arose and heartily
cheered him. The governor prefaced
his remarks by saying It afforded him
more pleasure to be presented by
Mayor Hay the prize the glorious
honor of looking Into the faces of so
many Texaus; that he would rather
For the Guest Chamber
We have some of the prettiest and
daintiest toilet sets in artistically
that have ever been shown.
E. J. Jenkins
CHARLES N. HASKELL.
meet such a grand gathering than be
the recipient of the $1,000 he did not
get on the wager "I won from the Re
publican state committee of Okla
homa, as should they have paid my
sight draft I fear It might have been
necessary to deodorize every dollar."
The executive said It was an addi
tional pleasure to visit the fair on
Confederate day, paying a touching
tribute to the memory of those who
wore the gray during the days of the
He then spoke of Texas' wonderful
growlh and of her giant strides In
the growth of population, predicting
that in 1920 Oklahoma would have the
honor of being bounded on tire south
by the first commonwealth In the
Union, both In area and population.
About this time so dense was the
throng nl'ctit the coventor that he
requested permisMo-i to discard his
coat. "Yes." yellrii thousands, and
one wag suggested that he also pull
off his vest and ; after Hearst.
Considerable timi' was devoted to
discussing governrr.r litnl affairs, the
governor contending th-it this was a
matter all -should l ive an interest In.
He dwelt at length on the trusts,
dealing particular! with the United
States' Steel rnrnor.il inn.
A high compliment was paid the
former Texans who had help frame
the constitution of Oklahoma.
The bank guaranty law of Oklahoma
was explained, and the governor de
ciarea it was a complete success,
causing much money to be sent Into
his state for deposit.
President Roosevelt was referred to
as the "man of many words" and he
was sharply criticised, the "Ohio in
cldent" relative to the alleged attempt
to bribe ex-Attorney General Monnett
of that state, being touched on.
"In passing through an Indiana
town last week," said the speaker, "1
noticed a building with this Inscrlp-
tlon upon it: 'This factory will be re
opened the Monday after Taft is
elected president.' 'Why . the deuce
was It closed?' I asked my wife, but
with all her womanly Intuition she
could not answer the question."
The governor's remarks were loudly
applauded throughout, and the several
points he made aroused tremendous
The Bryan and Kern clufc enter
tained the governor and party In ex
cellent style, as did also the fair offi
cials. The day was Bryan day as
well as Confederate day.
JAMES & NUNKT
Otter the public a Complete Slock
of everything In the lines of
Furniture and "Undertakers' Goods
IPrlrei ere moderate and service t
prompt and efficient.
JAMES & NUNN
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.
1st. In the selection of the strongesLoldest and most liberal cens-
2nd. In the knowledge of correct policy writing.
3rd. In rafeguardlng the Interests of Insurers.
'th. In keeping a watcrvful eye on the numerous changes which oc
cur during the life of our policies, requiring the attention
of the agent.
Insure with us
Moore & Robmson f,r'M;nfr
i Maxwell House Blend t
l ilhtl COFFEE Par Excellence. ,
In'airtighttinsf only Whole, ground or
pulverized.rjRoastccl by Coffee Cornois-
- cere S '
The CheeKNeal Co. 3&j
' Sold in Bryan by
Phone 142 v
Three Pound Tins Only $1.00.
Insure in the SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE CO., Dallas, Tex
Why? Because it is a Texas company, has ample capital and Surplus and
will keep Texas money in Texas. Joe B. Reed will explain the different
plans and rates, and can also write Accident and Sick Benefit Insurance in
best companies and give you just what you want, and vou will Wnn, ...t,..
you are getting. Every man and woman under 50, in good health, should join
tRILND IN NEED SOCIETY.
Many are now enjoying the benefits of Life Insurance that wVpuli-'ar ,
if not for my efforts. JQE B. RED
Many a Woman
Has experienced the loss or wear out
of some of the working parts of the
common or ordinary makes of ma
chines, which could not be replaced
If vou buy a Singer you get the best
machine made ana irum s company
tl.at is in every lown and city in the
T. A. SATTERWHTT'. salesman.
THE BEST IN BRYAN
TRY A SACK
FRESH lAMILY GROCERIES
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