UQL'OR SPECIALS AT MARWILL'S CASH GROCERY
Caea.lr. !.' now ..
Wii.on Kyr. a JI.Mnow 1.2S
lliiniri Kyr, a "l.o now
W'aikei ( anadian Club,
i .7 11. i . y
Itlark and W'hitr "t otch ini
nir.t l In-key . wa 2.0U
nun 1 ?
DuiU Pure Mill tor ilJ
I.. Ik. '
He I If of l.rxiiiiMon. bottled
in bond, a mm I.M'I
Many other MranJ. of Liiio' ami a lull line of bu'.tleJ an.l harre! wine, at
very low prices.
lYIarwill's Cash Grocery.
PHONE NO. 7
Has Cheap Rates to
Account Woodmen 'Meeting
AUo NisHt and Km-hmv Trains
lVsm Brva'i March V;h. Rate
only $1 50. I.mitt Mar. lih.
SKI. ASY H. A T. f. Alil'.N 1
KOK PAK ITl'Ll.AKS
C K tHNtsP. T. I AVISOS.
Timc Minji(i-r. lo-n. I'jnr Aitm'.
V D. Hudaoo vv. .Vlio4i
HUDSON A .WILSON
Attorneys at Law
Bryan and Prankllo. 'iexaa
til practice In county, atate and f
ral court. Special attention to
busmen lu Urazca aud Rob
Mrvan.lVxaa fYanktlK Tel.
MVf acr?a of land In the Motet
Hurhtu survey. Doar Edfw Prlcf
and ter.ua reaaonabl.
Half acre of land Ann Improva
iuenta. one block eaM of my home
80 acr.-i adjoining '. It M. Col
Uge land on west aide, near Prov!
dene rburcd. Known ai the George
190 acres, Including Double' Sulphui
prints, on Nava&ita river.
V. S. HUDSON
llatnl'c ii it'iin hut
e . ttst in
Kxtra rine whiskies ;;: lamily and
meJicina' purposei. r patrunaae
appreciated. V.. ROHDfc.
J. W. BATTS
Vn ' Tlllafeiro PullJl.U 'l
J'Oilte t't Urt lli)ilo. Ih'"'. Si
H2vo lo offlce the only irft of Ali-tiari
Ittviks of Hrszo (.'oitnt iIel fltiew
One block on West Side of
town in good neighboihood
fenced with wire: shade trees:
price $300 Terms to suit
I am fixed to plnw
GAROENS. PLANT TREES
CLEAN UP YARDS, LEViL
HOUSES, PRUNE TREES. RE
PAIR FENCES. ETC.
Notify me by potofflce.
W. C. FOUNTAIN
OIS.- mr'- ?T -wtfl) Pnif To
OR. W H. LAWRENCE
Ja. F.. JV per. Iioflf .!
Doll!, WJi i."sj n i
l .50 in i iv
Iitipurlti! bfrtch Cona,
a il J now
Put iy?ri an,! A-j.lc H a;
fV.a M.V) n.i
Pure I'laekhenv Wine, a
J1.V n . . I .'i t
& Repair Works
BR AN, TEXAS
;;;::io:rs lg::g tramp.
'tarts on W.!. F. w.n New York
to San Francitco.
Now York, March 15. Krom New
Yotk to ,s.in I t . lit Ixo on foot is the
tramp planned hy IMward Pay
ami Wi-Miin, the world's most famnil
walker. who -mi his Journey at th"
New York piitoffii to-lay.
It was Mr. WVstnn'H seventieth
birthday. His at H probably the
most astonlshlne. feature of hla veil
tm . .luce the walk from New York
t'l the Pacific coast In the time lu
which Mr. Weston promises to do It Is
on" to lax severely the powers til a
man half his age. 11" expect lo
cover the route, ruore than 4.ooo miles
lorn. In lift days, excluding Sund-iv
It Is a matter of principle with Mr
Weston never to walk ou Sunday. H 1
devote the day to rest and to doliv
rrlnt; temperance lectures. The o
lenses of lis trips at paid from th
proceeds of tli lei til res.
Mr. vTKtoii first attracted the
world'a attoiition as a pedestrian In
1S7 when he walked from Portland
Me., to Chlcai;') In twenty-nix days
In l'.to; Mr. Weston repeated that
EDWARD P. WESTON.
a'!,. 1,'it I f .1 hi. renud l tv.:i
ttn hi- ; '.. i t Inn:: ? if ft Mr W-.'oi.
W ill I'e :l' C-li:;'-'t;e I t.V JtHII Till: it
fpim v.it iu;i i ;!. iitnl an nt i -1 1 I ;i ri
li'nl Irs tr :i .
"This l.i . i .! i'.H thr first inul tmh
.li'tiipt I'li't t' .ill in cross Am .in i
: ler mii eiil.nu-" iIhiIiik the i-ii'ire
?:." s.i ! Mr. VV.-stm: In t;ilkia, of
In-, veiitiit-. 'and I Intend to create
a let tit d fur yiiiti.it t men to Ililli ;i!
in f t:t nr.- oars
' I h o !l;.il I sh.ill til ike this t ip
III .V ', l oiter little tiinn the .illleilMlo.
In pr-p.itnilon for th eetit I have
heen a":itu t v elt v-fjv ' tit thllt
miles il.rl- for the past n"voia'
On; A-re- can Will Take Part
Icoti Csitstt Fall.
J'i-Is. Vtrih -Entries for th
't nij" 'iiti.il ! 'Iltioii t-it e !! ho start
I Hutu Zetlth. Switeilaiiil. next fall
Vi.o his.'.l it the h 'aduiiarters of
t!;" Internatlon il Ae!on:i:;;io fe(.-i:i
Hon in this city.
IMinlt date for the race has not
been flxd. hut It will he held in the
cIimIiiK wek of Septetnher or the first
or second week in October. Aiikhix
the cnnteatantu will be on Atnerliati
h.iliooti. three Ornmn, three Italian
and two Swiaa balloons.
Horaa Daahet Into Crowd.
firaml Prairie. Tex.. March 15. In
a rim.iwav a wild home driven hy ).
A. Kradnhaw ran Into a crowd sealed
on the porch of lr Payne's drtie; store,
broke Mr. Hu lshaw's e, fracturetl
an arm of H w irdan. broke the nose of
Clyde Irby. severely injured one hand
for Julius Stovall and Injured the toot
of Jay Payn. tearing his ahoe com
pletely off his font. The horse left
th" hiiMy a wreck and stopped a mile
or ao aw ay.
Buys Immenie Pump.
Tulsa. Okla. March 15 The city
has purchased a supplemental Riant
pump for th- water system, which is
now midcrcoinc extensive enlarce
ment and rehabilitation. The new
pump will have a capacity of 4.0'W.ijii i
sallon of wa'er every twenty-four
h i ir. and weijtbt 190,000 jwunds
Mitt Ethel Deoart.
TVasblatott. March A Vtiat EU4
Rooaerelt left Wednesday afttraooa
for Oyitor Day.
jfRIEND O'THlC FAMILY
"Well, sir." hji id the shoemaker short
ly after the nun II ill ijult liltli:.', "I ot
a letier yesterday that done me a lot
of j;msl. Yoll retiioiittii-r 1 told J'nil the
last time we was out llshlu' t oother
Hint 1 tisi-d to have a shop of my own
up In old Illinois, an' mad- pl money
too. Well. sir. all the kids in that
town knowiil me, an' they wasn't u
one of 'el u tlmt woultlu'l have nue to
the bad place fer me if they'd been
old enough to know what that really
meant Hut they .wasn't-bleu their
"An there was two of 'em lu per
Uekler. the nicest little kids you ever
teen. It'a a fact that there little girl "d
come from acbool everr dar leadln'
her little brother by the band. An
they'd nerer be a time they'd be piaa
lu' the shop on their way to school or
Koln' home to dinner that they wouldn't
stop an' knock on the shop window.
An" often after school M le out
they'd stop In an' see me. IVhy, I've
bud as hinli aa ten or twelve of 'em at
one time after school in my shop slim
In' the shoemaker souir an' iroin'
tbroiik'h the iiiolloiis just like their
toucher 'd learn 'em to.
Soinetliiiea Nome of 'em would havo
U slop an' lauuli - they thought it waa
Mi' li a l'.hxI Joke on the shoemaker.
I'm ihcroM iiiwavs M in or three of
cm would -ii mi an' tiuiili out. 'caune
bey knoMod they'd never ct the dime
let- candy If they didn't. An' there's
where I used to have the Joke mi 'em.
l'hey never klMUod n liilli'll 1 liked
heir 'elll sill;.' th.lt there i!l; I'd
sootier hear It now than haven dollar.
Well, that' Jilil the way It was nl!
the lime with "flu kids. They all
ktiowetl ine, an' they nil knowel mv
C. All' wholl they ktiowetl my d.l
they kiiowed a miuliiv uMh do
Well. sir. this little jslrls daddy
llietl In be station agent thefe at thai
town. :iu It was known all aloti that
)i It of the 15i- I'oiir line that there
- :'l .1 d'-'ioi :iiiwheie that was
w'ii! : o'l i'lM 1 nil as model a tleoot
his t'oiirse I knowel him. an' be
I vi'd llle. Mil' his Wife ie Hull to
II the llt.le etrl when they'd want me
to come an take dinner or siiiiimt with
em. It wasn't very often I'd k,. but
I couldn't refuse when they'd send the
little lrl after me.
Now. him koopln his depot so model
is what yoi him promoted. The Itl
I'oiir sent hiiu over to a bicr town
lu Indiana. Course I was chid to see
htm doltf liettor-tie deservetl it Hut
after they'll cone me an' my tlou we
ued to shut tip shop an' c tishiu' an
hutitln' a little oftener than lefore.
"Well, come alotut Christmas time
an' what 'd I do but one day set a let
ter from this here little girl tell in' me
her an' her little brother was uoln" to
have a Christmas tree an' couldn't I
come over to lutliatia an mv em
So I made a'l arrangements to p.
an you iHt 1 laid out a dollar or two
fer preeiits Hut course, like 1 1 had
lo be. one day I tot word her an' her
little brother was took down slek
diphtheria, the dispatch said.
"So I in iks up my mind I'd pi any
way There' no tetlin". you know.
w hat's liable to hn'icti In a case like
that. So 1 put $!' In my p.ioket an'
cVou : ! ih.i' I didn't have to put It
there: I always tarried at loaM a hun
dred hi t'l'-io days an" 1 went over.
All I 1I1 I:; t uei Vi'-re lioiie si.iti
'lellber She ilosl the n f t ertut- tl of the
eVctlin' I ol there
"Well. I didn't know then what
to do I w mi'i e !mt you c iiihi 1 all 'a
friend ..' t! f iiinlv.' but I wiili.il 1
Pollld ll' soinel hill" fef fill! .of 111'!.
trill a layln' t'lere. An' I.. f. fe three
l avs was .."f I ..i my t h.i::'.
"V'iU ee. her tlvl'l' of (liihth 't I I,
they wouldn't let 'em ship the 'nv
back over the railroad. I l-r daddy lie
In' ML-ent tlidti't help 'em 11 in tlial
ease, neither, lie tried hard enough In
cet a Hrmit. but it didn't do no good.
lie tlit couldn't Cet It.
"The mother was Just almut crazy to
think they'd have to lay her away In
Indiana Instead of the old buryin'
ground over In old Illinois alongside of
'em that hail Roue before. Hut you
tiel yer life they tlldn't have to. fer I
went an' got a team an' a wagon, an' I
say. 'I'll drive her through.'
"It was 12 below zero when I start
ed, a little before midnight. They took
the mnrnlu' train next day an' got
there long ahead of me. Ninety -one
miles lu a spring wagon at 12 below
ain't no picnic.
"I didn't get to see m after the fu
neral. I felt just a little bit wore out.
in' I thought the best thing I could do
was to go lay down awhile. An, leave
me tell yon. I got all the layln' down I
wanted In the next year an' a half, an'
It cost me everything I bad but ray
tools an' shoemaker's kit. I've got that
stored up there In old Illinois yet.
"I wrote to her folk one time, but I
tlidti't get uo reply. I thought maybe
they thought I wasn't quite a good at
they wa. ao I never tried wrltla' no
"This here letter 1 got the other day
was from a friend o' the family that
knoxved them an' knowed me. It aald
they hadu't never beard a line from
me an' they often wondered what had
btptiuio of me. It said that little girl'a
mother often w ished she kuowetl where
1 was at, ao she could write, because,
this letier went on to say. she said I
was the best friend ' the family they
"An' that's the kind of letter that
makes a feller feel good." St. IiOUli
.S Ima. Ala. M.inh 15 The Ala,
bania river Is overflowing the low
lands here and In vicinity. Th h-.ime
of a negro family near Selma w
swept away and th husband, wife an !
a child drowned.
hi K.i Cn-inh.
arii, ii.. s'i i. ' : -p kin
; , i-iV;.'" ii - :i i
on i.ito i
In'!" 1 :
l..' '. .
! in', w 'i..
ami v i I '
prin t e it
It w i . I
': .; ry
'" .:: i:t
h i I t I I :!i' 1
IT i.e'f'il '.t
on lititils'i i
. ,, ii o.'ieii , . .
,.t i-i; -r. 1.
e : in! h,
it Me ili.l :; .
re ovi.e the l.n: ;i;.ig !i apu'.. at . J
espreiie,! Iii rr.-m !i ur iirfortuti te
l-lor illce of foreign toiuries.
'That Is your own tongue." said the
lfllliu. but even of this statement we
uutlerst.Hsl not a word.
He drew a iencil from bU pocket
and on the tack of a letter wrote:
"1 am sieaklng Kugllsh."
We wen antouudisj.
"Perhaps I do not pronounce cor
rectly." he wrote next. "I have learned
he noble language from booka."
The hilarious Kngllshman In our
(Nirty gave the unhappy Italian bis
first real lesson at once. He took the
Hncll and wrote:
"Always pronounce KugMali as It la
not HMlt. Svcli a It I not pro
Judge Dallas Hrtignt.
Philadelphia. M.inh 15-Jinlg.'
r.eors." Hall.is of the I'nlted States
Circuit court fit tin Third Judicial
circuit sent his loMgii.itlnii to I 'res I
dent Tuft I'tiil'-l the law lie Is elici '
hi" to retire. I'll the announcement of ;
h!.s n-si ji..ii ;ou was - -t. l
Indicestion Cautet it Mi-o-na Will
If J nil ll.l e itl.li j.'l ioll. J nil i loll' I K'-t
a'l tin i.ir: lim n! nut of .Mint lo.nl tl.a'
Your woit. mil iltiii.ai I. passei tin
tuoil on without ttt at line elionnh till
iri'io'i - Miliil.tli. e to stipp! I In- blood
An I it th- m ixes an
w it Ii t i .it ri i Ii ii : - ti t . t lie) I.
The) kit k up a great
The) tnako ott Irritable
'lll to It In !
ton worry about tri
and you can
not .!oep siiuti lly at night, jou l:ac
had ilic.itni. iiti'l jou get tip tired in
It) .Mlo n.i lahlcts. th.- liiiiii'ar;. k
cure. Mlotia will cute ieTi-i voin
ness b) driving nut tb.-(Fe. Minna
will give you r.iltf tlrst hour. It
will nr.Vi ut,. iTat In a few da),,
and t liroliil 1. 1 at In a few weeks
Holt liitig gas. beartbitrn. cour i
taste t.f fis'tf w.itci brash, foul breath
and other ilsxpt,- s.vmptotuM vanish!
bflnif the luiglily mic of Mlolia. I
Try M ti Ian K. .1. Jenkins sells It
.11..' will ivlund the im.liev if it doehli'l
cute, and nnl) .".it cents a large box.
CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs a?d Gld, cf
money bai.L SoU and iuwauIcc J by
E. J. JENKINS
Garden Seed Guaranteed
Absolutely Fresh. Every.
Package dated. ....
Koa SAl.l. HY
R. L. BROGDON
J. G. MINKERT
Attorney and 1'onn-rihir ajTa
and Sold. Sur
veyor in office.
First Quality Rodting
H. GERKE, Tin Shop.
J. B. HI IVES
All Kinds flffcurance
Ofrice Down Stalrt
V X 1
Ntar H. aV T. C. Capet.
$5.00 A WEEK
Your Foulard Silks
you some beautiful
Your Linins for your two ani three
piece suits from us. We can please
you in price and patterns.
from us. All we
Your Laces and Embroideries when you
can iet a big line to select from and
prices the very lowest.
Your Genuine hand turned Ankle Strap
Pumps from us. We ask to show vou
Piehler Footwear for little folks. We
are showing some beauties in Patent,
Vici and Tan Ankle Strap Pumps,
now. We can show
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