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nn a r?k n n n n State Hea th Otficer erumoy n c Jutted tr-e Matter. AiiHtln. Manh 15. Slate Health; Officer Hrumty l.as rctutind from Fklfurrlas. where h- traiht in d out the rniallpex (iiiiitaiitl'ie muddle He aid the county health officer of Starr county. In whlcb Falfurrlm is ntuat' d luid nuaniutftifd the entire town In- SERVICE RELIABILITY To our store for a sack of 5 and 10 Cent Store American Beauty Fl The To be unloaded Monday Is Ht-iiit;iiar:tri f,r Iinwarf (Iranitewjtre White Kr.nielt.;- i First National Bank Of Bryan, Texas (Jur Goods bgtisfy rtchd uMii. rely quarnntlnins the ra-i ? f Jef7illti. He ordered the rtnniaii E. J. FOUN e n.isi d and will have the rati, tits with the dic.HM- quarantined. Tt'i Kctlon nf tti 4iiii.t.' I,, i.l.h ,f. Phones 111 and 179 The Quality Grocer f.cer mused tclegtamn to piiir Into fh h.'Mltti ftir!irt.tiMi ...11 mr A liiinin nm r. n.. - I i.ni tltilll 1,1111' '.I, I. and perM.nu all over that ncdioi:. fcvervthint: in( SMALLPOX QUARANTINE. il I 7AIIM II "HELL.- Or. T. H. Morris Delivered Stirring Sermon at Methodist Church Sun day Nght on Hell. lr. Morrl", imntur of ill" First Meth odist church, atiiiotiin (! 'Hell'' n Die mihject for Inn Sun. 1. iv iii-ht dis course mi l nolw litislaihliii the very lushl, m 1 1 ii l.iiue tent it-Kill l"ii was ircM-nt to li.-nr him. I)r. Morris i hot... lor hi t.M the ilCrd vcre of ili' P'.th iliaiit.r of Luke: "Ami In ln-II h- J i t I tii his ye. hriiiK 111 torments, iniil 1 1 Abraham nl.ir off and l.aziini in his tcsom." lie I a J.J down it)-' HiM)liiMi that l!i" M- Ik u lu ll, a de n imihl:iciit for th' finally impenitent. Me nid Le knew the word lull was nut a polite word fur the modem hlniier. tut no man preached the full k"sI" I whu withheld any part of It. Hell wan a place of lnieiise Miffi-r-of darkness, of wailing and kiiuiIi IliK of teeth. It ha.l been lik. tied titito fire a lake of lire aiul hi imsloiit. Hell wan nut only a place, but a Mate. Men anil women ct to the place where they love sin ami hate rlnht.-ons-lieKis, aiul the slioilU of Joy uul prnise that will come from within the ie;iily fcatea Will be their Ktcuteht misery. I If bad been asked if he believed l.cll wait a lake of burning tire. He c!id not know, but wan Hurt- It t i fl -.1 a place of great HiifferiiiK. There could be no comfort drawn from the arnii mcnt that the burnhiK lake wan only a figure, because if It were, then the rality wan ho Irrlble that iiothitiK else could represent It, and that which It typifies cannot lie less than the figure. For whom wan hell prepared? The scripture aay "for the devil and his an leu." but If Cod spared not Ills own, the aiml.H who rebelled, then how can we ho to escaiK- If we re bel. Hell Is prepared for them whose name are not written In the lunik And the reason that the natucK of any are not In the book, is of their own nooning. Men and women stand at the parting of the waya and of their own choice deliberately walk down to eternal death. The (losing thought wan how lung ball hell endure, and the descript l-n of eternity, its boundlessness, lis VastllesH w hen considered by the finite mind, was touehingly beautiful and (rand, and deeply moved all who wen present. IN DISTRICT COURT. Pleat of Cuilty Came Thick and Fait. Twenty year for One Negro Tile I hil'll Week of the .llntl'lc. court convened yextcrdav morning wMl .Indue .1. ('. Scot l proidllig. Tin- Jury fur the we.k was i-mpun- in-led us follows:' .1. I. Ilarron. A. 1 1. Uiik. A. P. I!in liaiiun. A. .1. runway. F. Terry. II. I. Danshy. II. S. Todd. Albert Schtlltz. J. It. N.-clev. C. . ijas, W. II. Hurl. K. S. I M-t .I.-ii. W. It. Hall. Frank M ho. I. j. t;.. lau. .1. S. Hyars. W. F. Ilil.lis. .1. II. P.lumo. tins lllii. X. .lamella. o. Il.aiii.-. J. K P.dinonds. V. I.. Pow.-rs.lr.. K. F. Parks. A. .1. Tabor Jr.. W. J. Lawless. T. It. Smith. II. O. Hoatwiight. W. II. Cole, tl. A. t '.i ir.il I. Frank Koii.-in.v. C. ;. Walker. It was p.-a of guilty day mid ih.y came thick and fast. The following cases were disposed of: ltl hard Hooue, colored, who was Indicted by the recent f.rand Jury for foiK.-ry In twerty cases, plead guilty In i.-u of them and whs given two y.-ars in each, making his tern: even twenty yearn. The other tell III ilictlllelltS Were dismissed by the S'at.-'s attorney. tl.-oige Funis, colored, plead guiliy to as.auh to murder, and drew s.-ven years. F.IiJah Itobiuson. colored, tharg.-d with assault to murder, plead guilty to aggravated assault and was lined IJ.Yoit and costs. John Ituw.-n, colored, plead guilty to bitiglary hi two cases, and wan given two year in each case. He waived time and asked that sentence be passed at once ho that It i h time would begin without delay and the coitrl complied with his reilesl. ThoiunH Young, rolor.-d. plead guil ty to burglary and wan given two yearn. !;on: a nJ i!t for- I Candy 10c per Pound Upheaval Will Retult. Ft l.on's. Mar.h 15. An upheaval in T as i a f fir will break out in th. te-n't of the Katy put I i riar In'o . ff c-T higln-r rut. s from the gulf of Tca 1-olt.tH thin to Oklahoma. Shipper nt var ous Tt vas IM.-x wired the traffir niiii.Mcer of the Katy that If the road refund to irratit the conccRxlon hli cr thr.-.it. ii to alpi-al to the Tevc ri.i.t: nil c.inm!ssii n. Cone to Fort Wort Prof. John O. Hums l.'p.ll t on lit of Animal llusbaii.lry of the A A- .M. t'ollege, went to Fort Worth cMrrday with his slock juilglng t.am from the corps of cadets. They will contest for premiums off.-r.-d in the Mock judging contents In the Fat Stock hhow now In progress there. TO MEN WITH WIVES. There are certain tiilnrn that men would better leave alone, the wives know more about th.-tn than you do. TLln is piohi.My true of Sewing ma- nines. .Ir.g.r nputatlnn h hacked ty fifty yeiri epen nee. Singer .'ilea exceed the .-hies of all others toii.lineil. T. A. s','t.i-, hit.' nun und Coll'-ctor. Phoin Sales- ?:. No'ice K. P. Regular meeting tonight nt S o i lock. .Members are ui t.-.l to come. ('. M. HKI.L. r. ( The Merry Moth is a Busy H'oricl Saw Just a ov it ,iv mi hv asule your Kur and Winter Wraps, it's the moth's !fini- to yet busy and that J.e dot vv:tl.otit fail, yet everv r we I. warn and iauroii ull their Kur, llktht-rs. I and Winter raps in CAMPHOR BALLS because if the only sure pre tntie ajrainM the tavjct- of the motSs. EMMEL & MALONEY frearrybM Drafprft. . . MtaM M !ve to pai k Ltlllt'N Frm W.llow Hole. We had a good tain Saturday. Itev. John Swanwick preach.-.l here Friday night. Torn Is growing nicely. For Horn.- unaccountable reason th flsh are dying in great numbers in the railroad reservoir. The many fi lends ot Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ilryant sympathise with t li.-tn In the Ions of their two iiiiiiiiIm old baby which dle.l Friday evening, and wim burled Saturday evening at :h-' Willow hide cemetery. (.-v T. A s. arey i -inducting the hervi. i s. The Plainvb-w (Juait.-rly M.-.-Hig which ttim under preparation for the latter part of last week whs complete. ly rained out, and was mMhhi.-, uii til the second Sunday in June. Mr. Kdward Covey and Mls It.n.i NeVll w . ie united ill I he holy bonds of matrmony at ihe bride's linn..-n.-.ir t'lown last S lay ev.nliii;. ..v i C ll.in.nni- ollli lailn. The imin; people are of the bllght.M of le t'ronn coii.iuuiiily. and are he.! In iiikii esteem by tlx ir many trlend who extend heartv conuiatulatlon )Iu:i:sp)mi':t Flowert and Foliage. Tlu-ie Is a real Joy and pleasure to ladl.s in trimming th. own hats. I ii. y delight to try this stvle and that and see which in the most In-eimim ... .. .. i. . in r.-ioiy inn lined Hals I lev i,i.ii le wllllt thev ft ml mil si. uli.i. Ill' V Him litem themselves. f IhJi style .',,. ,., t suit their f ,i ii. y the) li.ni-e i- Tivaln and ajjaiii iiuill th' ,.-i .-x... ! !.. want. This id- none , t.. ; - ...uitod if th.-y :iave suiiuhl-- tr,ni i.il fur tiliimiiug t '.'it'. i h.i, a , ifeeMy n an I Ii f even (lilnl. .-I.ade all'l Vail'-ty i t!.iw.-is and f.diage for trimming. A .i . v.iy va'ict) of jlbb.ui, buckles, oi nam. nts ami oth.-r acc.-ssoi l.-s use,) In 1 1 iiiiiuiirii. Hon't fail to s.-e ih. in -Ii Elegant Window Oncla. A. J. Wagner - Co'. -lio'v win- Ii vvs ,n,. ,. i-eariaiig.-d with an elegant display ol Sjui.-ig'n pre'ti. -! ofT.-rlngs. and are temptingly b.auU fill. Xo dry goods house In the sifli. tan boast ot a more elegant vail.iy of iittractiuii i.iiii s.-a soua Id.- g.Mids, and the artistic ai iiingeiin-ni Is o. rfiii. Mr. Kolaitd Walker, the expert dry goo.l.-, mini mi, window dress.-r for A. J. Wag n. r & Co . is the arilsi wIiom- !-kilJ has i oin. rt. d tile window ami also the lui.-iii r of the store into Mil ll II si . ne (if lov linens. 1-1 . I I . 1 . , , , ue i ien ung oi colors ami tile coin Mu.uio.i ii: t it ti iii.ei i i.iU In harmon ions and inviting, an I the b.-autiliil quality ol l!i.- material u.ed Is plain ly evld.-ut and H.I.I- an luieresiln ci, a: m to tlie vviniuw. I lie tlgures ait becoi "ingly Ir.-sse.l lit ready made tiiessuline suits niili pr.-ttv ntvli hats for whlih Wagm-r . Co. ,ir. fatuous in matrli. Kl-gain silks in lavender old r , green, pink and ihainpaguc shades are shown, and with ev.-ry shade to be seen th nanny nose, k loves, rililioiin. and -ven the richly embroidered belin in the fatll color, to cotllldete the ee-;inil toilette. Keady to wear n.-t walst-i. and the laiutily linked musliun. which are Mricny a maiK of tills season, are on display, and lln-rls also the tucked netn In ecru, white, and dainty colors to be made into waists and evening .lessen. All these iM-tty accessories are admired mostly b) the ladies, but the lie n have not been forgotten, for a whole big window In devoted ex clusively to a display of the correct" styl.-n for men and Imys. Spiling suns in beautiful Weave .mi, I slrli tly tniloi.-d cuts, fancy vents, ties, hats, shoes mid collars are anlsl lally airaiig.il. and ate commanding quite a deal of attention. A. .1. Wag ner V (Vs. window i,re e,,ii,i to Htiy S. ' tl ill the big . iles ainl are I ii credit to Hrvan. Final Hearinq Ansi;ri. Ma- h ! hifuic the itiieis'a! tnlhsiou. .11 w III. ll " k a r d' i : 'en of fi. ( . I Ii -hlpn nts. w ill e ai wi.k S II Cownn ot rcpicsi nts th- i at tb me.; roads w:i m nd an anav The 'ed'l'lloll would v;n th men 1. "(i.iHin Net Week. ' -- F t:n I hen fin i - ( oiiiiiii Ii e i .:. i Texav -till.. i, i ' ar :i i at e l.i RESOURCES: TwoTiirds of a m ! L Ui O N 'or' Woltli The IV :i 'f OIlK-I Texas cat to b. III. lee Potpond Until April 5. VInlta. tiklu, Marcli 15.-Coventor j H.o-kcll and seven other prominent I Ok!ahomalis under Indlitmeril i Inure,; , w ith (i nrplracy to d-train! the govev.i mctit in town lot cen. filed a mot ion1 to quu-h the IiuIh Itveiits at Vliutia The isms were postponed until April & at Tulsa SERVICE. Gates Provides For Library. pciiumoiit. Man h 15 John W ii;iif . the rim It I millionaire, has re turned from X. w- York, where he pro vld.d for th. 13.'.. I library In con licit ion with the new college whlh he In . sfalill'iliig nt Port Arthur. Waives Preliminary Hearing Fort Woith. March tr.. Fred M-.rrln of Ix-titnn. harg.d with the murder at Hotel Worth of ntto Meyer of Pren ham. waived preliminary hearing. Hi loud wan fixed at II'VIH'O, which was riven It ur duty and fp'e.isure to crve ot;f i ututters as xi!l a. the I'ompatncx wt rtp'et-nt. It i the Motto of this office to furnish thij et and iuiclct service ionitetit utth ronn-rva- live agency under u f ituiit, to it fr ends. I he fat ilitie of tiur auetu y belong 'when vnu want information. No Trouble T&' Answer Quest om Tuloore, Robinson Us, Adams Phone 265 Parker Building Celebrates Centcnuary. WaxMha. hie, Tr.. March l.V-Mr. Kllzabeth Payne wan no years old Monday. She was born In Indiana and tame to axaliachie thirty-five vca- fo. Conductor Loses H't Life. Francin. (Ikln. March 15 Condue- tor Sam Umg of the Frisco rallwax wan killed by a freight train here Pody was aent to lenison Mrs. White Dies Suddenly. Oklahoma City. Manh IS.-Mm Frank White, a well known Christian Science wotker. died suddenly from apcplny. Stolen Jewelry Recovered f Ml City. Pa. March 15 Jewelry Tallied at ll.onn Helen Isnt June from residence of Knill Koor has been le- ov red. i: !! WATCHjlFOR GREATER REDUCTION In Ovf V Big Grocery Salb rVvV7 S. higgs i. A "spi i.ii lulu i - 'isi . inn ' I' ,lt I lie i:iy. Mf.nl e'X b.l.lV and enjoy gnat. Admission 10 cents. "Spelling Match." ll' k mati h ' between the ot the M. tie -list and Map les w ill li, oune an attract- -kaiing i n.-xt Fri- r.nh. f.r s , o k p. ,. n Pryan i..v ited to co tie the fun. ti.,- It will ll" adults f. , . nts, children THE WEATHER. Special to Dryan .Morning EaRle. New Orleans. La. Jdarrh 15. To night and Tuesday fair; warmer. Ciine. Election Ordinance lb' It oid.lltle.l by the City Cirt i of th.- c: of liryiii: That an -lection for City o;:i. ers. to wit: Maishal. S-cr. tary and three members of the Cpy Coii:i. il. siiall be he, by (he ll.llil. , v- t. is of s.ii.! t'ily. at the County Court House in Uryaii on the first Tuesday In X r I : next, it h.-lng the sixth day of said month; and the presiding otljcr. to gether with such oth.n as he may appoint, snail cold said election in accordance wit Ii the cpy chatter and Oidlnaiices and the State .,i Knverti illg elections. Adopted by the City I '..nn. )1 an,! approved by th- Mayor thin th" I'll day of Man h. pul'.i. J. T. MAI.ONKY. Mavor. J. P. 11 INKS, CPy S-ry. Poultry Market. Kus. 10 Mens. $::oo. V.'-0 and $4 00 Friers. $-,0. i:.-.o ami JC.00 Itiollers, J;'0ii to Sl'.rO C.-ese, $3.:,o to ILOO, tinplui ked Ducks, $3 00 to SZ o'i Cuin.a. $:'.oi) to $2.;o Koosu-m or old I. inocrats, $l.so to CO Hniaiid is exoeib-ut for all kinds of poultry. Kirv luarket dull and of the d-cline. FATHER KNOWS mm1 T-v I s W ith i.ur March G ropery Account Ut- i..- i::u xi e ' : eke von i it. F 'eh x t-. c;a to ds. its :n 'Mi n. F lour ami i anr.tiJ erxiii e -rr'eviate jour pkt'onaet- SANDERS BROS. Cccperhead Swatlovna Rat Altoot.a. Pa. March 15 Near here rupperhead knak iharaif d a rat and swallowed. It. Prasident Takes Horseback Ride. Washlbcttm. March 15 Ai contra nM by Ceneral Clarence Edwards President Taft took a twohour hor- rack ride Sunday afterntKin. On hl niurn be work.d on his tariff mean ure. Twenty Co Down to Death. Rotterdam. March 1.1 The Norwe (urn sleamer Maacot rollided with the Orman ship Marrretha thirty miles west of Maas llfhtthlp. Tke Marrre tka weat down almost immediately Cost no More fo 3 Months' War You'll pay noriTiorc to WUNDERHOSTthe family than if you bought the easily wearoutable stocking and the decided advantage trebles their value. Wunderhose arc soft, flexible, wonderful ly absorbant, giving comfort to perspiring feet, but rrnst of allFourPairsareWarrant ed to Wear 3 Months without darning in heel, sole or toe. Four Pair in Box $1.00 EUGENE EDGE INSURrVlCE f.tn -lie i intl , !! net i oini imr. nd ai rin iitr . Vi.f Rr.meit E. VBOYETT hrrornado. Accident. Plate Glass, Bonds and Live Stock rfesidence Phone Vu. OrfcYr Phone 372. M TE wolf stock food K)k H(yS AM) ( tiws TRY ONE SACK..-Y0O WILL USE NO OTHER FEED HENSARLING BROS. Grain and Feed Dealers. PHONE 251 s PROTECT YptlR CLOTHES Ha JiM tTrord t F-r-h Sii ;.v .if White Tar FlalttS. LavnJrr Cn mr,f,nr BJ r.j-. v ' t alu vtuui m Chips and Moth Balls. i M. H. JAMES The I.t-nilme Druggist. Only Fed Cattle Butchered. I he meats ve orfe I'mmpt Service and nre uneXe (urteyQ Iletl in quality and tenc'trnes. s treatment. z 1 BUCHAflAN & CLOUD - we buy, sell and ship cattle. Twenty of fcer rrew ef twenty six I (h ike Ctrarr drwwusMl.