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1 f CI Visit the Cuban Exposition Car !lSE5 Will Exhibit in Bryan Thur., Fri. and Sat., Mar., 25, 26,27, H.ST:CJrack A Museum of Cuban Exhibits, interesting. Entertaining. Instructive. Open 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. Admission 10c. to help defray expenses. School children in chatgc of teacher, 5c. E. ROHDE lland'cs n.itl.in.' hut very best in Wines Liouoivand Cisars Kxtra line whiskies tor f.i n ly an rnsdicina, purpose. o.ir pitron:i",e pprrcutiJ. mmm. R', )H 111". Texas Seed and Floral Co.'s' Garden Seed guaranteed Absolutely Frew'. Every PackagcJJated FOR SALE HV R. L. BROCDON J. W. BATTt S. Op REAL ESTATE AGENT tin. I" Taliaferro Building. I imitH Ciurt House. Plume 37 t'i nitliv the only so; of Abstraci I. i.f KrazoH foiintyi''Ui,a flties f One block on West Side of town in good neighborhood fenced with wire; shade ticcs; price S30O. Terms to suit purchaser. J. G. MINKERT Attori.ev jnj t'o inr!l.ir at Law , I Real Estate Bcughr and Sold. Sur eyor in office. MILLER'S Near H. & T. C. Lepot. S5.00 A WEEK DR. R. H. HARRISON' Phyxieian and Surrjeen Sl't-i ial Attention to fi-! u-I :ii:iar Oriraus and rr nn-. Ui siil.-f.i i- Phoiie i::,;, o::-., ,- p;:,,i Calls aii-V.Ic.i r;,,l; ;,y i.,jr , NUM. DR. ALGIE BENBOvV. DENTIST oVIH H SWELL'S COfyt TOR J. B. HIKES All Kinds of Insurance 53 Telephone. 161 O.'iUo Dowa Stairs ' la City HalL W. C. FOUNTAIN I DENTOT. I RULE OF THE ROAD. A London 'Policeman Explained the Matter Vary Clearly. ivru umi uay in r.ngiana." says an eflmerlcart traveler, "my heart tu Into my throat aevcral tlmca. Riding on top of a Im. the driver would nl ways turn toward tliv loft when we were about to pasa another vehicle, and. although t knew that that wa tin Knell!' custom. I held on tirM and c)t shivers anticipating a collision every time. One morning I stepped up to a imllreniaii at Klnir'a Cross tu Set my bearing, and. a he was dis posed to lie t.ilkatlve, 1 kept him com puny. Among other thlllL'a. I asked dim whether there was nnv rule renolrinc Ixilefltrlana tu keep to the left. No, he tol l me; It was only for the ro.nl war th.it the rule held "I then asked him wbv It was fhsr In F.nsland they always turned to the left, wherein In nil other coiintrlea th rile wan tu turn to the right. 'till. Ifa very Iniimrlaiit to keen to the left.' he tcald seriously. 1 knew It was very liiipi.rtimt to observe the rule .f the rond. hut wbv lurn to th left? Well." he aald. Til allow von V )u come here." and he led me to the middle of the Madw.iv. You nee' he eoiitlniiel. -How the t rattle more alonir the two aide of the road?' Tea. I saw. and a pretty alcut It was. t.M- nirlnc of all aorta of c-oii- "Veyaneea coming toward ua on our right ami another moving away from ua on the left n fai as the eye could lee. "'Well, now'- ii ud he waa very Im pressive --suppose you were driving along In the midlle here and another krrrlge waa coming the other w'y, am! suppose you turned to the right, don't you see you would he setting In th w'y of all thoao vehicles?' , "Yes, I aaw that. "'Well, that's why we alwaya turn ! to the left ! "I learned afterward that the hobbr' ' expected a tip for all the Information ! he had riven me."-Youth's Comnan. t Ion. A ROYAL DESPOT. Wurttamberg Prince Who Sold His Subjacti Like Cattle. '"ruel nnd despoil.. wvro some of the i'-tty primes ,., rtil.il t!n fattier Irtt'd U.fore the NaMileonli. ars swept ?!. r . away l-'i-irles i:i!.e;. ,,f 11rt lei:i:,.;r. I.rii In IT'.'s. ,, )7;).-. if.! during I,'. sl?y live years of f.. i"i i:i--ii!isl bis parents, bis wives 11 ml tils sul,j..-ts His lirM consort. Fred 1 ricUa of I'.e.ireutb. was worthy of. him. When enteritis Wurttenibertf ti after their marriage the slrla ! , threw iii.iss.-s of (lowers In front of them. 'Ub.it do those doga want?" the prltc ess rmk.sl her hust.atid Tliy nr.. nhvtys ipiirre:!-- ami never si.'e to f it):i.:- without snarlliu ' J rl'lce w as nlv-ij s short i.f ft,.:,ey ' 1 s. hi ii.ii.ai ,.f ,jv s.ii,),., ts to Prii ' ..! 'o raU.. ri,.. !!. ,. ,M,. (,., ; I" r ret h. s f.-... i:. fields. -:;i.tM, 1 nrilfTi'i n t'ein and sent them t,, f lr ilesMviM'.n is If Cicv wereranle ' ! e be . 1! . .1 ;,!; t ,. young tneri of a "I' im, i!Nrl 1 ..f r I, I'ti nt!d tnmle 'lie f..., !.- s. i -My , rave M.ya. ."! 1: t t'. l.t Pi the rank ' f C P:...-'is'i -,. il-i.r the s ir , r I f Hi.- , f r t'i. ' No r.e 'y Tie :i .1 rv:i wn :'l-r nnd t it I f t !,.-, , ' I !!. s' " e -...-rs ,i t -nit to 1 ri--. e pro:-i;.t-' f '!.. 'i: to be W l!l i.'l.l s,t nt I ' ! '--is run- '. 1 I liies of the se'.il. t'l-t -ii t: ! o :i!::,' fro,-, t" . tv.r ! :, : - " - t :! by i!h;:ie 1 n y You s,.,. do ' r y w ill on Joll. I Welfare li!,e n father !e!r"!i. Y011 want to of the valeroua Lug i'e.1. Schiller henr I tils rl.:!.t aM Pet v :t:t t Ri: I:- !.! il; of y v. !. of !.i . n-.-ht i.y th. llsh" Ail. f"lier tell this story, and he hltnselt eelatiHl It In a -s,.ne of on of play a Farmer Assassinated. Crockett. Tex . March 19 -Pnder in I dictra-nt for kllline a Houston man ! ,.r.,JLl, .ec-ntiy F. I.. MrManui. a farmer near Crockett, was assassinated whilr he waa undressing for bed. , t " gro Thirty-Seven Arrested. ITama Msreti 14 TKlrf. l.. - - .7-ewn iuij KiiHiimi me oure Ptcta im Ut Putroaiao case ba been Urown was awakened areaatait THANKS EXTENDED. f ort Worth People'. Courtesies Duly Remembered AuMln. March -.-The senate anont practically the entire inurnlna- "ion Friday discussing the state board ' l",:,II1 Consideration wus re- aunieu aa soon as the senate met. . tion being on an amendment offered Thursday evening ,y Senator Alexan der. which provided that at least one ui ,ne Do.tra Riiiii be a srad uate from some minor school of modi flue. Thin amendment waa voted down V u line u ll In H . Another amciiduient by Alexander .. ,- .io,n, wtii.h provided that t.ie dairy and pure fixid roiumlaalntier and livestock sanitary commlsKlon Htiall be Iclt under the present law sml uiiiiiiiaMouer and sanitary comml.a slot, be merely advisory members of sute board of health. Resolution by Senator f'ofer waa adopted exiendiug the thaiika of the jenate to the ritizcHhtn of Fort Worth for the excellent manner in which the e.rc w.r,. entertained on their re. cent visit to Fort Worth. Senator Alex an.ler of that district beln alio thank ed Hllla Introduced In the senate were aa follows: lt.v Veal I'rovldln for the estab Khnient of an experimental station In llie Twenty-ninth senatorial district H.v Kelii.. and Stokes: frohlbltlna " .iiiiiio. tun Him Pinr iin l,- . mi.. owners and slviiii; authoriiv to count, commis-iionet to fix rates to b rharsed by oira or Irrlua-ion anals Hy W ard Rehiring to Injum tlnns tO pre.., cloild'IIR llte K as t ,., vok.. the i-iiiit.ii. power of coiirn without tesoriliiK to adenuat" reti edv ni law Hv Rryan: Providing for the estab livliiiiein or .idditjonal 'Xperlmetita! motion in ;,. Tw. nty e'ehth disiiid l:.v .M. ;i hum: Proxidiua; for tr cvJ. iion nl i.-niK of did net m.u:i. wli 11 tii.i: i,r , Ui.. iu 1.. : as to . ii 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 t Mi lid term to coin liision i, ' trial ' Pv e.l tjiul: of ' vai .item 'I nm PmiNiweririg distrit 1 IStrlits -oiiit. to ri t l.v M... 1 r1. 01. 1 Y :: n:t. s ' I!-. .s,...t.. i la:. nt to j- tll'.'lts ..l.rl !! Ilrai I. A r : ml. 1 . Iii 'i: .ititiL ::n. Providing for a rir;-'ira! station in the i.atorlal district Amen. tin;, rhe liw r "ii:i" of wills (,r ii't.nh Ir'ii -bnients Id Terr-!! of p.o i- a". .Makiiiu ii a !. !.,tn to ;; ..'I'lor In local o;.r,i,, 1. r lit 'i rv. The Ipims.. dav rtmnilo lo Id a brief ,mo:i - Tho In,;... loiiiiht some tim tiatni - .. - rin'ti'iti to hae p-int.-d .'. Ta (I.; ,,., ,,f the rhte.. I,;,,,-. nuiMlltl bills ill tli-' llOUS. Tlhilh flri-iOv ,.r . ail-d. an l a resolution proildtna- tor ni" ar"ii"uent of m 1 ad litional pas'-.. w h: h also prevai'. ,j l: ly pr. I'l'lol, t,, 1... mi - -i .ii to ; l.;n- In . ji.i tie- permai. for di iiss), ed b.-ioie I- J Iter) ;,Td S. ' :i:d m:., "'i-r S'.-.n',. "iai I 1 ' t '0 .1 . :i of re- il l' an, rt 1 1 ; j a r. s at i:i'::,i; e: r K..;.rie,!v t i- 1. ...'-I ' tin:. :.s had J as , l!y Sent. 1 Creating a fount-. or-1 r;t : .j :i cn irt . hi h fii'i'-H J!-i.sdie-tlon with th.. 0.1.0. ffirt ,v law nv.-r eri.nunal n, arls I ins In a ' if y. I IP. S. -liter ; Relating to a tlx on j foreign l.fe Insiranre conipini-s f; e-lf.-i t of hi-:n' to l.rrnf "i.ri' .o, t., L- lf-ye.s!ed (, l-.M-ign r ,;...v ,., Te 1., r o Ian r. o; r Tar-s With s- ril at: -r Ifw.-rit, j,nd r. to t!..- !,.,a-.l ....,.;, ,jo t... ... Jj ""He J .'.! M, :. ! i) ,:,rf ,u IVVEN3E OAS DEAL. Pipe Line Va De Ej.H Frans Sa'jme Csu"ty to Seeral Placet. N.i"..: 1.. (.-. t x. h r. An tfir.i"-. v ;-..s ,j -al n. g-vut.-I m.iv r- H'.lt in biilliiu 1 pi sv.stem from Sab.ne lounty to Fort Worth. Julias and oth.r rlnei. furnishing an for a proven su;nly. The Hiagtm ty C.as arid Coal fornpany Is promoting a d-.il here, it o:,s 1 1.0 acres. Saed by Screama. Ennla. Tex.. March 1J Vra a n Brown saved her Jewels and prhap " ""l ficueis BTtarx rrom u n. when she screamed for help at toe so,ni or in prowler In her bedroom early Friday morning. Her husband rushes! in. but the negro had fled inrougn a window. The Intruder s k, the bureau when Mr. AFTH CERTAIN FEATURES. Over Tvo Million Women to Help Kill the Stocking Tax. rh! ukd, March ' Kill the stork in tix." A country-wide movement ailnt certain features of the Payne tariff bill, which will bo participated in by more than I.tMO.oOO women, in seen In pl.ina Just launched here. Till co club women have determined to enlint the national federation of w im-n's clubs In an attack 00 the tax u.i siocklaaa and Blocking material. Tli- tariff bill, which will retain the pr-en: high tax on wool and cotton sturrs. and even lucreaae the tariff on 'ockluii of every description, la also being dlsc-ii4fd A special meeting of the Illinois Federation of Women's Cluba la to be railed Immediately for the purpose of organising an antlatocking tai lobby. Mrs. Fraud Kverett. president of the Illinois federation, announces that the stinking tax situation will be brought at once to the attention of the national oraanUitioii. "It Is fortunate for us, too. that the (neral council of the national federa tion meets In S.iti Antonio. Tex. soon." said Mrs ITvereft. "Of course tht matter will he brntiKht before that body as the most Important thing for consideration union a thousand In terests." It Is s.iid that prices of all varieties of stocklnirs had ! n steadily in- cteasinc mr the IjM tw.nty years an.' that within tie las' three in xulues hate frolic up by h'.ips and bound Religious wrntus of Demton. IVnlson. M ini. A reluloiis cen sus w!!l Ii.- taken M.ir h May Extend Llr-Jts. Marllti. Tex. March '"Limits of ifarllQ may l e extended Declared J ot Guilty. Chlcairo, March I.uman ('. M.inr was declared not guilty of the murder of Mrs. Franci-ii (Jilmorc Thompson. Detroit Starting I omt. New York March ' !,. troll hn been selected as the ..lartliig point for the ('.'nl, I. 'ii iiiilmnnblle tr.iir this ve.-ir The date has not been decided lipcii Iietroit was selected principally li cause of Its fifteen entries belna cuar anteed from that city alone JOE BROWN LYNCHED. Taken From Jail by a Mob and Swung From Ple. L'lklns W Ya . Marrh t,......l, ' Itrown. said ,0 have 1 . exen Wit. tu Thurratl.V vcnintr .bnt it..t. ... . . , . Seriously wounded Chief of Police . h I tA Ot YV lillntae L . . nnv, aa 1 II 1 1 III " I , n V HTF f taken from Jail bj a crowd of me, early Friday and hanged upon a tel. phoue pole. There j little demon ; stratum j Furniture Buggy f,:s i;,!.! x.:1 lli,l I .rrf.r;:i, I7 k .i-.'. nv-i i . . i s. .-i - . 1 i n 1 11 s.,-1 , it i'i Columbus, Moon Bras., John Deere Regal and other special makes of BUGGItS Buchanan-Moore Co. Inc. LIQUOR SPECIALS AT ('..'! Ic i M no II s WiKon Kk. il.'lnow 1.2 Hunter Ke, a M.?o n 12 Walker Canadian Cmo, u nu I.s HU. k and W hite oot. li im -,wnrl Hhike. m 2 . H now . JTrt Uiirt' I'ure Mali t..jrl lull. Ilrlle of Lexington, bottled in bond. l.2' iioo. I.''l Many ot.'.r: KianJ. of Liquor, audi ery lo " llli'i 11 ill sf -wmii w w w 1 j m A Elegant n r mxsroK V BABY BUGCiES Jut'Keceived W. T. J A PJs E S Bmy mr Lift fniamnor ms momU a (iolkti---itriclli aa th mtnl mi th flay When you buys Manhattan polu, mu -e pr,e,J 111 t -iai p,i!,,v an na t sccotintinis lor exetv cer.i oliur (irraiiuni I'Aa,!!!.. I'ha' po-ti m .'uch r.a. not actually been continued in tarring W'.r i yuui motir , u!;ect to ou' inMant ileinand. Ii nnv be withdilnn i-.n ur it nay be-ied in hut in pa:J u inurancr, a von nnv elect. In li & t of laiite and toe absent t ot an e pieed desire on voir pari as to the I'yrT.i.nion ( vmir t :nd-. the cnmjiinv a.ita inaliiillv catnes )oui peluv in tuirrnie tor a pr 1,,,! a l-m is i.iun.r! or, drposil mill .av tor the net costs, and a lab e ol t,ir-e ivisu i, gurn in the oin y . Inure in the Manhattan Life of New York,. S. L. Eoatwrithi, Aftnt. njrr ,' SOUTHWESTERS LIFE Whs Hf i w I' ii Trim imtei. lii ir" T i. H kl iii -1 ,4m 4;ei.nt t .1 . u ..,1 I... .... .. ,. k..i.. .ain.iiUt ntmw h rti 1 nr II xr I 1 I rxsx I mirsn . i jsw t t nrrr n iPXiitsm w son rr i-w x v iiaiT.y( w """ lim p.k mj .m.h.hJmH. n r-iir mn untltpr it. r FRIEND IN, M.rjr r n ni,'n th i-:im ot I Mln n e e n ... J n it 1 1 il t.t tt '! JOVB. REED. Bryan's Big House Ladies Astride andifde Saddles A D or Boys and I Af A 1 . i . - , - s. - r t m,M MAKWILL'S CASH CROC ( la.. L. I'f. Kni'e! in lioni!xi 1. ''J . . I Oil lii-xTiiote ke, i, ai.M 5 : 1.0,1 lloe (irote Ke, sii I.5U mm i.i),) Imported French C'onai.-, ni, $2..i now , 1,75 I'ure IVach and Apple Bian- it , Mil St. .Si) nuK ,i) 1 Pure H'ackbrr) Wine. si H.5'l now . . l.oi toll lint of bottled and hanel nine at A iui.r . 7 S. H. FRANKLIN'S Markets I'aser Wartrf ftaae 3H Lmt Mttitt faeae 32$ Choi.'r: ' 15eef, Pork, Veil, Mutton, usie. our trade is appreciated. 1 Linej tail ! raxtrail. ISSUj V CO., Dallas, In 1 myi I .nj . u 0 ae.l Kit' La. a at Taaaa aat Jtv t ti Mint. jnJ v u H kne wt ttu t th iuJ 1 ur SOCIETY. L ES Misses ( 1 r f ' I" jOs&ra. ntjiaJra yi pmlts. Drag On 1 (' , f ... .,v-r- ..... - - '