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CHAMPIONS OF THE SOUTH.
r. W . m . mm a a a a a a as m t : JNU. LAWnhNUh (i U. Now situated in the Ed Hall store are ready to serve vou Dromotlv aa 4 satisfactorily. A Groceries Phones 78 and 54 Jno. M. Lawrence & Co. RAILROAD TIME CARD. M. A T. C. tchtdula. So. I North bound. 1:31p.m. No. I North bound 12 4.tp. So. t South bound ...3:40 p.m. No. i South bound 2:48 a, m. U&N, Cchtdult. No24 North bound 12:S p. .m NcMl Houth bound 4:11 p. m. LOCALS AND PERSONALS. The "Holy City" tonight. II. O. lloatw right visited Waco yes terday. , I). U. I.loyd was In yesterday Iroiu Reliance. W. I, Couuclly returned to AiimiId yesterday. B. A. IIiikkIuh of near Kurtcn. was lu Thursday. , Men'a clothing, correct styles. A. J.Vagner L Co. 93 Henry Koouti of Zack, was In ln city yesterday. I .ad lea See the new auita. waists and bam. A. J. Wagner i. Co. 91 K. H. New some waa In yeaterday from th. bottom. M. 1). Newton of Austin, was In the city yesterday. For Sab-One pair well matched mul-a. Apply to V. 1. .McCiilloch. 94 Ceo. I. Edge was In yesterday from Harrla school house. Have you seen the new embroider-l-a an.l luces at A. J. Wanner k Co. ;i3 Krank Klc key of Cedar n-ek. was In the city yesterday. J. E. Hullock of Steep Hdl... was In the city Thuraday. Wanted at Once White servant lrl. Apply to Dr. J. C. Make. College Station. Texaa. 102 Ceorge Wllltama of Greens prairie, waa In town Thuraday. MIh Alma Driver haa returned from a visit to llearne. For Rent 4 room cottage, all con venlencea. .lra. Mattle Scrlmshlre. 97 Mra. M. Parker and Jack lor don are visiting in Houston. Turner Crenshaw of Steep Hollo, waa In the city yeaterday. Ijtte novelt lea Hark coniba $."..00 to 2.1 cnte. A. J. Wanner at Co. 93 E. R. Lloyd waa in the city yea terday from hla home at Kurtcn. The new Unlit globea no tip" to break. Side agenta. Cole Hardware Co. "9 Mr. and Mra. W. E. Astln returned to their home In the bottom yeater day. Udy IJIanch S-xiety and Sir Charles Patriot will lie in Hryan next Mon day. Mra. Sarah A. Ixx-ke returned yea terday after a Kit if soiw month to liOUMtOII. Wanted Yoiini; man a uhler and rapM-r at once. A. J. Waaler Co. Rev. T. A. Searcy la attending lb (tale Sunday School Convention In Fort Worth. Oct your ticketa no for Ijidy Hanch Society and Sir Chat lea Pat riot. Mra. W. C. Frlley of Hunt lib-. It the guest of her daughter. Mra. J. Webb Howell. Second band road cart for sale. Cood a new. Apply to M. W. Slma Jr. . K Wllllama of Coleview. was looking after business inattera In the city yeaterday. The bvest Invention TlpJeaa" Light tllobea. Same price a th" old brands. Cole Hardware Co. J. C. Chancy. prominent stock man. of Crimea county, waa transact liig bualneaa In Hryan yeaterday The lieat show of the season Von- day aftermwn and Monday nltjht. Sir Charba Patriot and l-a-iy man... rlety. So- 93 O S 0 03 0 0 6 0 0 Of o o O o o Old People Need VINOL our litnou. Cod Liver and !VPinate of lrornic. b.u cntain the very element needed torffld wasted t.u ,nd replace weakne with Arengthe are positive it w.ll benefit every old r"n whLl-hr. it trial. If it not we will refund their money on demand. o o fresll clean S1 of .Mr. and ilra. V-t. H. Ecbola were in the city yeaterday from tnelr beau tiful country home near Hoapriui. Junl recelvfd 'Tlpleaa Electric l.lKht Ulubea" Standard grade fully Kuaranteoil. Cole Hardware Co. 119 For Kent .My home place, larar houae and liroundx, and all conven leiiciea; I(im In. J. I.. Mutte. 94 Mr. and .Mra. Onle Hopklna reiuru e.l to liattle yeaterday utter vIhIUiir .Mia. M. A. Holland ul Independence. Ir. It. F. Rlleya b-dure. Tb Holy City" tonlnut at 'aitinle Hall. Al iiiIhhIiiii !'. ontN. ehlldren and tu denta 1u tenta. 91 I). II. I.loyd. J. E. Mathia, J. II. Mathia. J. C. .Mathia and J. It. Smith were In the illy yeaterday from Reli ance. Wanted Carload of alrlctly hint liana younK Jeixey cow a. None but beat conftlder. (. Phone 2k3 liryau ExchiiUM. 94 Mlsa Maitie Talair arrived home yeaterday after cndluK M-veral nimiia In New York. WaHliingtun and "everal plncea In Tenneaitee. For Sab- One large n-f rliierator. Suitable for hotel, reataurant. gnwery atore or boarding liotine. Inquire Hiiiry Oepartnieiit, A. and M. Col lege. 91 Mra. F. I. ;.nth. Mra. J. T. Illn". an.l M ra. J. W. Caxitt will give a lea thla afternoon fiom :i to d o'clock at the home of Mra. liaitll for the beue III of St. AlldreWH guild. A cofMul lnitatioii to all to attend. 9! Rev. J. X. Thomas or llattkell, Te aa. will fill the pulpit at I he Flint Chrlftilan Climih at both inornliig and t II ae'lcea Sunday. Rev. Thoiu aa la aut.l to be one ul the atrong preat hei a of the ChtlHtian ili iiollllna Hon and a man of pb-aalug add re. Seaaon ticketa for the thiee remain ing lectures of the II. Y. P. I', courae can be aeciircil at alxty c-nta. Dr. Riley'a lecture will be well worth that price akne tonight at Carnegie Hall The American Ilaptlat Publlahlng SMlety aeletted D. I. F. Riley to write a Malory b-auae of hla fltueaa aa the inoft flnlohed acholar In Eng llah in the entire South, lieaidea Dr. Riley'a qualifies! ioua aa an Engllah acholar and author, he ranka amouK the greateat oratoia of the South. Hear him lunight a Carnegie Hall. 9.1 Mr. M. E. Ramacy Dtid. Mr. II. E. Raniaey ie, at hla home two inilea north of the A. and M. Col lege Thursday morning at o'cbK-k. Mr. Raintey waa latin In Virginia, but hme to Texaa with hla parent when unite yoiing. He had lieen mar ried twice anil wa the father of flf i. . n i hildreii. eb v n of whom ai rllll living. Mr. Henry. Raniaey of California, and Mia l.ucv Raniaey of Colh g" are lie i hil Iren of the flrat wife. The children of hla preaent wife are: William Kamiy of Oregon. Mlaa Nannie Ramney of Oklahoma, and I hone at College are Aaron. Janiea. fharlca. Ethe). Waller and Willie. The retnaina will be Intered ai nMnvllle thla afiernoon, the procea aion having Hryan at 1 p. m.. aerv Ice to be conducted by Rev. John Swanwlck. Mr. Kamey had been afflicted for a number of eara and leavea boat of relallvea and frienda to mourn bla loaa. OR. DUFFY CONE. The aenhfa at St. Andrew a Epla copal church Wedncaday night con cluded the ministry of Rev. Dr. F. P. F. Duffy In thla city, and he left yea terday for New Oi leana. Dr. Iuffy la a aplendld chrlatlan gentleman, and an carneat. faithful man of !od. He la also a aplendld preacher an.l the aeiuiona dellveied during bla pastor ate here were gema of pure eloquence. He made a large number of watm frlenda In Hryan and one and all deeply regret hi departure. 0 0 0 C P 0 6 0 0 m 6 9 O O o o n Academy Spa - Can all Comcra in Basketball. Allen Academy baj already defeat ed everything in Thii In baakettall, giving them the cbamplonchlp cf the tate, and on yesterday afternoon and laat nlgbt they put the flxin's goo l and plenty on the "Ponlea." claiming to be from San Franc. lro and batnp lona of the Pa4flc aloe. Tbey may be cbamplona In that country, but wbeo tbey get back hon tbey will have to tell tbelr peoplv that they atrurk a buncb of Texaa ateera at bryan who made their chaniplonxhlp work look like thirty centa. The "Ponlea" arrived at aoon. wers given a good feed by the Academy boya and then at 4 o'clock In tbn afternoon and again at fc: 30 at niht curried them down to a clean Hniah. In the afternoon the acor waa 44 to 21 in favor of the Atadtny, and at night the home team waa agalu victorious, acore 42 to 20. After the game the rejoiclCK waa long aud loud and the whole ktudent I body marched down town and gave their ceehrate anake drill on Main Street. The Academy boya are Imply In vincible at basketball and the Eagle extenda Ita heartlem congratulatlona and hojtca they will get a holiday to day. The line-up la aa follow: Acad.-my Roa icaptalni. Allen. McAabau. Jouea, Caldwell. "Ponlea" Tuttle. Alohr. Mleutrj; er, Downing. Clark. Referee Merrlwell. I'mplre Mashingill.. Eastern Mills. Often the mills In th- Eat have! an accumulation of short piece from' 2 to 2d yards of am h goods as madras, 1 wainiings, kblriiiigs an.l ginghams.' These lliey case Up and sell by the I case. While In St. Units Coulter! bought from a mill agent ::n.tio yards I of these goods which lire Just as' giant as if cut from the full bolt. He' lias them tlckeied and marked In plain 1 figure mi, me selling them at from i one-fourth to one-half less than regu lar price. Whenever you need a small I plere of any of !liee fc.MxIs, .lou't for ' get Coulter because he ran save you' about one naif. ;. nil satiiii; Is what ' counis. w24 93 SENIOR PENANTS. The senior class of Allen Academy, oonioscd of .Meredith James. John Newton. (J.-orge P- Jer, Carl Stephetm. j coit inn, an.i Aisuori Met ornia. k, has designed and bad made one for each member of the class, a beautiful! aenlor class penant. A large A with 0 above and 9 below the bar la all the lettering carried, it also has six stara, one for each member of the class, and at the extreme end la an Interrogation Hiut which la a con atant reminder to each one to keep up with his classmates In the coming yea re. 6 A new Material has entered the realm of white goods, "FLAX ON," possessing not only permanence of finish, but a firmness of texture that is not lost in laundering. Has a permanent linen thread finish, ticoats, 36 inches wide Linen Lawn. 36 Inches wide, a beautiful quality for shirtwaists or suits. 50 cent value, special 39C Embroideries and laces. Certainly ycu will be interested in these items. Allovcrs, heavily embroidered on the finest Swiss. large and small designs adapted to fine waists and infants yokes, also gimpes for linen dresses. S1.50 and $1.00 7Qf quality, Special for PHONE 19 As soon as you're ready question of a Spring Suit you'll with a great line of .Vfe ..... r atn ...i.i a Vei $12.50 New Hats. Shoes, Shirts, BetUr ar Worse? "la the world getting better or worse?" will be the subject of the SunJay night next, at the .Methodist burch. The sermon will be by the pastor. At thla aervlce .Miss Lilly morris will render one or more byuina in the deaf mute sign language. A cordial welcome for all. 99 just the thing fojr ft A & Wdimp ra . EUGIENE EDGE Hart Schaffner & Marx Fine Clothes You can bring any idea about suit style that's on your mind, and we'll match it here with a smart, snappy model jfrom thej-iiukei in the world Yp&T have any real idea of the excellence of our showing until you come in and see; new models, new colorings and weaves, and the largest stock of clothing New Spring Suits $15.00 $18.00 etc.. in the new Spring shades show windows. Bryan's Big Clothing Notice Woodmen. Every Woodman should be out al the regular meeting Friday night March 26. if you don't come out and take a part in the business of the lodge don't complain at those that do. T. A. SATTERWHITE, C. C. lilnllL liJ dresses, corset covers, Rep and Striped Poplins. The very best material for your early suit. Noth ing is quits so strong with the manufacturers of ladies' suits as Rep. We have all the newest colors. A regular 35c value, Q Eg, Special vOC7 Linens, Linens. All th c very newest colors Mercerized, for suits. 50 Special to take up the find us ready in Central -Tejcasto $20.00 and shapes. Watch our Store The next beat thing t0 visiting the Holy Laud is to bear Dr. Riley', lect ure at Carnegie Hall told In t, own Inlmcable way. The lecture will cost you only 23 cenia-a trip to the Holy Land would coat about f 1.000.00; a big difference In coat. If you can not afford the thousand dollar trip, try the 23 cent way. jtj pet- in the rrmw . cent values 39c it ii n On Uc Corne' o 8E. J. J.EN.K INSo 3 QCwJw wwwwwv