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If you do, buy your nej of Groceries MARWIKL'S As we sell Strictly for CASiKanfl can save you from 5 to 20 per cent on many thing' Our stock of Groceries is complete, clean, fresh. Your patronage appreciated. lYIarwill's Cash Grocery. Oklahoma Planting Seed Oklahoma Squaw Oklahoma White Wonder Bloody Butcher Gam Shoe Peg or Gourd Seed Yellow Dent Golden Beauty Texas Giant Strawberry Lwa Giant Silver Mine Prompt Delivery ! if Phone 251 HENSARLING BROS. Grainlland Feed Dealers .x INSURANCE n. e with me. I represent the Oldest ana Bet Companies. Your Business given my perscnal attention, imA appreciated. C. E. BOYETT Fire, Tornado, Accident. Plate Glass, Bonds and Live Stock ' - Residence Phone 257. Office Phone 372. Groceries for February JUUWUJUWUUUUl The right kind at the TELMO CANNED GOODS AND EXCELLENCE FLOUR prices- nothing better than Give us a trial during February SANDERS BROS. 4- W. T. JAMES Offers the publiaf j'Coirpitte StocU Furniture and Undertakers' Goods Price ire moderate ana servlc. prompt and efficient. W. T. JAMES 1 8 50 The Manhattan Life Insurance Co. Is one of the oLjestf safest and strongest in the VorlJ. fee me for the best. 1 909 L. UOATWRK 4- I WHOSE IS IT? The Complete Drugstore The Satisfactory Drugstore I The Convenient Drugstore TheKppreciative Drugstore 1 he Accommodating Drugstore M. H. JAMES ALWAYS READY With the Newest Seasonable Fabrics for Me'sC!othin. The old rebate JOHN WITTMAN TAILOR SHOP Can always be depended on for Quality, Style, Fit and Promptness. Give us yv-r nrHers. JOHN VV1TTWAN, Merchant Tailr . - . - i nsare in the SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE CO., Dallas, Tex Whvr Because it Is a Tes cumpanv, his ample Capital Ai Surplus and will ke-p Texas motley 'n Texas. Joe B. Heed will plain the different plans and ralesiund can also write Accident and Sick Henetit Insurance with he restctMnraniesnnJilve vou just wha'jrnu want. and you will know what you are getting, fcverv man and woman under , in good health. .hnW join FRIEND IN NEED SOCIETY. Many are now en yln? the benefits of Life Insurance that would not. If not f r ray efforts JOE B. REED A 1 U Stevenson M a Aine: Repair WorkT GASOLINE -ENGINES PHONE NO. 7 ;- - BRYAN, TEXAS Flower And Garden Seed In Balk an J facers 1 i Seed . . .... 2 Mammoth Papers Garden HASWELL'S E00K STORE 5 cents COMMEFCIAL SECRETARIES Will Plant Trees an(f Shurbt in Capi tol and University Grounds. Austin. Texas, Feb. I. The, State c,.i itol grounds and a potion of tn.i grounds of, the State Cn'vesity will b - beautified ar.d adorned before tue close of the present month, if the plans of the Commercial Secretaries association, which now has head quarters in Austia, does not go awry. The plan, recently evolved by the association, is to collect and replant at Austin, every variety of shade and forest tree that the broad land of Texas produces or that thrives in the bosom of Mother Earth within the confines of the Lone Star State. The planting will serve the double purpose of adding materially to the at tractiveness of the capltol grounds and the grounds of the University and at the same time will result in bringing together in one spot every variety of shade and forest. tree In Texas so that visitors may see and realize the numerous kinds of trees that are indigeous to Texas soil and climate. The work of collecting the trees is by no means a small one and will re quire considerable time and labor. Letters have been sent by the secre taries' association to a number of the most prominent nurserymen In each section of the State, asking them to co-operate with the association in se curing every variety of tree. In this manner the secretaries hope to get a specimen of each species that grows in Texas. The planting will take place on Feb. 2", and will be characterized by ap propriate exercises. They will be held In the assembly room of the Rail road Commission on the second floor of the capitol building;. A number of prominent men will deliver brief ad dresses and a short musical program will be given. Among the speakers will be Dr. Garrison and Prof. Heald of the State I'niversity; Mrs. Rebecca K. . Fischer, State president of the Daughters of the Republic; V. C. Day, State superintendent of public grounds and buildings; Sam H. Dixon. State nursery Inspector ond others. The committee of the Commercial Secretaries association on public parks and shade trees, inaugurated t li is tree planting campaign and hope to see it spread from the capital to all sections of the State, if not this year, at least in years to come. The committee consists of G. A. Kinne, EI Paso, chairman; J. W. Canada, Houston; Roy Miller, Ccrptis Christ! J. B. Carrington, San Antonio; Capt B. B Paddock. Ft. Worth; J. V. Moore. Mount Pleasant; Col. A Houston, Beaumont; Ida M. Darden Ft. Worth, scrretary. Mrs. Rebecca R. Fischer, president of the Daughters of the Republic, has been asked to assist in planning the work as well as Supt. Day, and both have taken hold of the task with a will. A program will be announced In a few days and a rotnniltteee on arrangements, consisting chiefly of women, many of whom will be the wives of the senators and representa lives now in Austin, will be appointed Supl. Day is preparing the. cRpiiol grounds to receive, its quota of trees They will be distributed so that their planting will not interfere with the harmony of the general plan of tin shubbory decorations as they nrr. ex ist. At the I'niversity the trees will probably be planted touether and not scattered over the grounds. F. T Ramsey of Austin, has donated to the association specimens of every kind of tree that he has and will send his men into the country surrounding Austin to get others that are growing wild. Mr. Ramseey is an enthusiastic advocate of planting and cultivating the native Texas trees. Everv tree will have a label bearing its name and that of the nursery from which it tomes The legislative halls at Austin con tinue to echo the sound of escaping gas. at an expense of about $10,000 a week to the people of Texas. We are glad to note, however, that the gen tleinati from Brazos, Mr. Davis, has not fallen a victim to the prevailing diarrhea of words and constipation of ideas. ' As a result of the Mardi Orasorgies in Houston last year one of the police offirVrs of that city lost his life and there were other scandalous features of the carnival, but Mayor Rice and the chief of police have agreed tha there shall be nn renetition nf tha i lecency and crime which brought si ace on tne city. There Is to 0 no masquerade ball and masked are not to be permitted to enter saloons. NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAX PAYERS. I AM GOING TO SENfFOR YOUR TAXl.3 AT ONCE, WHICH . WILL COST YOU 10 CENTS PER MILE AND $1.50 C0STSpolE AND SAVE THIS EXTRA EXPEV- E. YCURS TRULY, W. WIPPRECHT. TAX COLLECTOR BRAZOS CO. FEB. 1. 1909. $2 Bo Wb CASH PREMIUM ABSOLUTELY FREE THE Ladies of Bryan, as well as their husbands, fath ers, brothers or sweethearts, are cordially invited to attend a free concert to be given at Buchanan-Moore Co.'s store Thursday afternoon and evening, Feb. 18th, in which Prof. B. F. Hawkins, the wellknown pianist, will be the chief attraction, An opportunity will be, given for the lucky lady to win either a $25.00 cash premium, or $25.00 worth of merchandise. The Judges will decide the contest. . Some lady will win the prize, and all are assured an enjoyable time. Old maids, grasswidows, V$ married ladies and girls, all eligible and no favoritism will be shown on account of beauty. 3:30 p. m. to 9 p. m. Thursday Don't forget it. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD FOR A HIGH GRADE Riedting, Packdrd, ludwig, Oljver, or Bush & Lane Piano A "carload of various stylesn Mahogany and fancy figured Burl Walnut cases now on dispiav at BUCHANAN-MOORE CO. TdwSI Factory Prices NEW PIANOS $217.00 AND VP. $15o (8)0 Sends a piano' to your home and the balance can be paid in monthly, quarterly or annual installments second ha-id organs or pianos accepted at their fair market value as part payment on our pianos. The large amount of money spcntl by most piano factories in magazine advertising amounting to thousands of dollars annually, has been discontinued by us and the amount thus saved given to our customers. This sale is being conducted by the Factory's representatives, J. L. McNutt and Dee Armstrong, and will last a few days only, the factory prices applying only to this sale. Location of Sa'c: BUCHANAN-MOORE CO., Bryan haf mer TO MEN WITH WIVES There are certain things thaf men wttor i,.nvn nione. tilt wives V Will ' 1 UtllVl ' ' know more about them' than, Vou do. This is probably true of Sewing ma chines. Singer reputation is backed by fifty years experience. Singer ales exceed the 3ales of all others combined. T. A. Satterwhite, Sales man and Collector. Phone 105. Cakes and Candy I have a nice line offrean ome made Fruit cakes and nice fancy cakes and canly. . Mrr. Otto Eoehme. .11 OR. W, H. LAWRENCE -J DENTIST UVHR HASWELt3 BOOK flTORl I am fixed to plovy" GARDENS, PLANT TREES CLEAN UP YARDS,' LEVEL HOUSES, PRUNE TREES, RE-, PAIR FENCES, ETC. Notify ineptly postoffice. MATIIEW PIERCE, Bryar. Texas. E. ROHDE , Handles nothing but the very best in .Wines Liquor and : Cigars. t j Extra fine whiskies for famiiy an i i medicinal purposes. Your patronage . P?;e:au d. E. ROHDh.