, nuw Euuaica in me r.a i nan store
are ready to serve you promptly and
satisfactorily. A fresh, clean I
JNU. I.I. LAWRENCE Cs CO. I
Jno. ill. Lawrence & Co.
: RAILROAD TIME CARD.
H. A T. C Schsdula.
No. t North bound. 1:18 pan.
i No. I North bound. 12:48 a.m.
? No. 2 South bound ... 3:40p.m.
No. 6 South bound 2:48 a. in.
- J. A G. N. Schedule.
No. ii North bound i:f8 p. .m
f I No. 15 South bound 4:11 p. m.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Wd. Manthel was in from Kurten
Father De Simone visited Hearne
C. A. Buchanan was In from Kurten
J. J. Vandlver was In yesterday from
H. L. Hensarllng of Harvey, m In
Jack Kerr went to Houston yester
Sid Smith of Steep Hollow, wan In
the city Tuesday.
W. W. Smith of Fountain, wat In
the city Tuesday.
Victor Andrews of Harvey, was In
the city yesterday.
Mrs. Wiley Kelly of Wixon, wan a
visitor to the city yesterday. '
Walter and "Oscar Wilcox of near
Tabor were In the city yesterday.
Morgan Closs of Harris school house
was a Tlsitor to the tity yesterday.
Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Coulter returned
to their home in Rockdale yesterday.
Watch for the B. A. C. Minstrel
Parade Friday Feb. 19 at 4::!0 p. m. 63
D. W. Davenimrt was In the city
yesterday from his home In the coun
G. B. Hensarling was in the city Thursday afternoon, from 3 to 6. Free
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Mr. Freeman, a merchant of Harvey
was looking after business matters
Tola Oliver and Ned Jenkins, two
well known Caldwell citirens, were
in Bryan yesterday.
Mrs. Cbas. H. Mills has returned to
Corsicana after a pleasant viflt with
Col. and Mrs. M. W. Sims.
J. B. and George Dunn of Wheelock,
went to Ft. Worth last night where
tbey are witnesses in court.
See the Cotton Scene first part
Something new and novel at the B. A.
C. Minstrels Friday Feb. 19th. 63
M. W. Sims, Jr. of this city and Dr.
Bartlett Sims of New Orleans, left yes
terday for a visit to Brownsville.
FOR SALE A five room cottage,
lot and a half of gound. Near town
and school, for $600. Address X. Y. Z.
The king of mlnatrelly. Joe Worten
(the Georgia Sunflower) and Willie
Boebme (the Alabama Blossom) at
the B. A. C. minstrels Friday Febru
ary 1th. 63
S. H. Bateman left yesterday for
Palestine for treatment in the 1. & G.
N. railroad hospital for . Injuries re
cently received to his foot.
Remember the date for the enter
tainment by the students of Villa
Maria at the" Grand opera house. Af
ternoon and evening Feb. 22.
Feed your cattle on baled shucks;
they are cheaper and better than hay;
five bales for $1.00. Vlck's FJ
J. H. White of Wixon. the well
known dlversifler, was in the city yes
terday and brought in a big lot of
sausage, spareribs and backbone.
Class No. 4, Baptist Sunday School
will give a tea at the home of their
teacher, Mrs. J. Webb Howell, on
TRADES DISPLAY AND CARNIVAL
Methodist Ladles Scored Big Success at
Opera House Last Night,
A packed house greeted Jbe Mer
chants Carnival and Trades Display
at the Opera House last night, which
was given under the auspices of the
ladies of the Methodist church.
From the rise of the curtain until
the close of the program the audience
was well entertained, and gave evi
dence of their satisfaction by hearty
applause. The various drills given
by the children were good, and tne
chorus composed- of young men and
young ladies was .uite an attractive
number. . ,
The various representatives of Bry
an's live merchants were well got (en
up, and each one was well received
by the enthusiastic audience.
Good music was furnished through
out the evening b Prof. B. F. Haw
kins of Waco, who Is assisting in the
piano display at Buchanan -Moore Co.
Mr. Luther Taylor's violin was a
charming addtion, and vocal numbers
by Miss Pauline Webb, Mrs-. Webb
Howell, and George Peeler were beau
The ladies In charge of the enter
tainment appreciate the splendid pat
ronage, received last night, and an
nounce the Merchants Carnival and
Trades Display will again be given
at the Opera House tonight with an
entire change of program. Everybody
cordially invited. Prices the same ae
on last evenng.
yesterday from his home near Well
Misses Lillle and Lena White left
yesterday to visit friends at Shreve
For Rent My home In Bryan; 5
room house; all conveniences. Rom
ney Dansby. 62
Mr. and Mrs. Marcellu Wade of
Wellborn, were visitors to the city
Mrs. Fred Pryor of Austin. Is the
guest of Mrs. O. H. Astln. Mrs. 1'ryor's
many frlenfla are always delighted i
when she pays this city a visit.
will offering. 62
Mrs. Floy Dansby of this city, was
one of the winners in the recent rehiu
contest published by the Houston
Post. She correctly Intepreted the
rebus, sent In her reply, and on yes
terday received a bond for $100 which
is good for that amount in the pur
chase of any piano carried by a cer
tain Houston firm.
Mr. Cavitt kindly Invites everybody
thnt takes part in the trade display at
the Opera House tonight to come to
the Cozy right after the show free of
charge. , 61
Gus Neal Dead. t
Gus Neal, a negro boy who was cut
In the arm some three weeks ago by
another colored boy named Louis Oli
ver, died Monday night of his injuries.
When the cutting first took place the
boy was not thought to be hurt much
and he was out in a day or two. In-
flamation set up however, and perhaps
blood poisoning, which resulted in his
death at the time above stated.
Oliver was re-arrested yesterday
morning by Sheriff Conlee and Is now
The commissioners court has deci
ded to have metal ceiling placed In all
the first floor of the county court
bouse. The plastered .ceiling Is very
badly cracked and has been falling
down for a year or two, making the
proposed repairs absolutely necessary.
The metal ceilings will be a great im
provement over the plaster and the
expenditure is one the people of the
county will be glad to see made. The
people want to see all county proper
ty well taken care of, and especially
the court house as it is the pride of
MONEY FOR BRIDGE.
Hearne Citizens Hsve Raised $3,C00
for Structure Across Brazos. -
Hearne, Texas, Feb. 15. Mayor P.
L. Brady, Dr. H. W. Cummlngs. W. A.
Wilkerson and C. L. Dlllard have been
circulating a subscription list raising
funds for the bridge that the Hearne
merchants want across the Big Brazos
river. They report that they have in
the neighborhood of $3,000 already on
the subscription list and many more
parties are to be heard from, and as
Hearne and vicinity needs to raise
only $4,000 it Is reasonably sure that
the bridge will be built.
A Fret for all Figh
A free for all rough anf tumble
scrap took plaqe among a lot of color
ed people on Monday night in the
western part of town and for a time
there was plenty doing. There were
seeral bruised cranlums.and one or
two slight knife cuts as the result
of tfie fracas. The whole push was
rounded up by Constable Baker and
an had business in the Justice Court
A cattle trade of sfjnMslze was
closed here yesterday when C. A.
Buchanan of Kurten, sold to Tola
Oliver and Ned Jenkins of Caldwell
75 head. The purchasers drove the
cattle through the country to Caldwell.
'Everything new, snappy and up-to-date
at the B. A. C. minstrels Friday
night Feb. 19th. 63
Mrs. 8. E. Hanneman Received Pain
ful Injuries From Lamp Last Night
Mrs. S. EL Hanneman was quite ser
iously burned about 7:30 o'clock last
evening at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. J. L Batte. While getUng ready
to go to the entertainment at the
Opera House, the lamp was In some
way knocked from the dresser and
fell in one of the dresser drawers
that had been pulled out. The burn
ing oil ignited the articles n the draw
er and n attemptng to throw the con
tents of the drawer Into the fire plac.
her clothing caught and she herself
-was badly burned. The greatest In
jury was to her bands and face, her
hair being badly singed. While her
njuries are not aerlous, yet they are
very painful. She was attended by
Drs. Raysor and Oliver, and is resting
as well as could be expected under
TO MEN WITH WIVES
There are certain things that men
would better leave alone, the wives
know more about them than yon do.
This Is probably true of Sewing ma
chines. Singer reputation is backed
by fifty years experience. Singer
sales exceed the sales of all others
combined. T. A. SaUerwblte, Sales
man and Collector. . Phone 105.
New Spring Hats
Slrtfm mmi ImprrimU
New Sprint Oxhris
NrtrfriMf mmi Wmtk Omen
Parks & Waldrop
H. 6l T. C. R. R.
Fire! Fire! Fire!
The disastrous fire which has just occurred
Bryan's business district thoroughly exemplifies the
need of insurance that pays. The facilities of our
office are unexcelled and are at your command. Ring
us and we will be "Johnny oa the spot."
Phone 265 Parker Building
Benefit New Auditorinm
Seats on Sate at Cavitts
ADMISSION 25 and 60 Cents
There is no question that the rain
Saturday night and the freeze follow
ing will be of great benefit to the farm
ing lutereuts and the only pity rs that
more of each could not be had. Most of
the farms have been plowed and put in
condition for planting and only awai
ted a good rain to make the ground
seasonable. Planting will now begin
iu earnest and a few weeks will note
spring in all its freshness and beauty.
WE LOAN MONEY
LOpS-Tl M E
The Jackson Loan & Trust Co.
" 120" West Capitol Street, Jackson, Mississippi.
see R. O. BOUNDS, at Miller House
I S. B. Wilson has returned from the
'eastern markets where he purchased
jan elegant line of spring and summer
'goods for hU house. He asks the
j ladles of Bryan to watch for the dis
' play of silk and wash suits, waists.
skirts, etc., that will be made as soon
as the goods arrive. Vh(!n pone Mr.
Wilson engaged Miss Parker, an ex
pert milliner to have charge of their
millinery parlors. She Is from the
East and an artist of exceptional ability.
On Hand all
Cut All Lengths; 1 Uli!!l 'DUIUIJT
JOHN SMITH, Phone 339
J. B. HINES
Office Down Stairs in City Hall.
HELP THE GOOD LADIES BUILD THE IRON FENCE.
2000 Feet New Motion Pictures. Admission 10 Cents
NOW Open for Business in the
Fountain Building on North Main
rlsce, New Goods and
Courteous Treatment. Tall to See Me , .' . v
WECIALSJFm TEE M
, For "Milady"
Ask to see
Our buyer has just returned from the Eastern markets, and every incoming train is bearing the fruits of his select
. purchasing to the patrons of this popular store.
Silks, Linens, Embroideries, Laces
In fact everything pertaining to "Milady's" attire for Spring and Summer wear can be found here. Soon as the goods
arrive they are unpacked and placed on the counters for your inspection. The Summer Lawns and Ginghams are
here galore in every popular shade including this season's latest checks and stripes.
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