Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 140, Ed. 1 Friday, May 17, 1901 Page: 2 of 4
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WSpeikinj of Perfumes there's none like
Try his.GiiianJ of Violets Violet Bloom American Carnation
Fashion Frangapanna R0 Leaves etc.
AFT lilt YOUR 13 AT 1 1 U-K
PALMHIl'ri TOILKT WATUIW!
Thev are Jelicite anJ lasting We always keep the nwi complete
stand stock of Toilet Soaps. Facial Tooth and Hair pre-
parations in the city. Polite service assured you
Wilson-Jenkins Drug Co.
TELEVUOSE T WE STY.
THE DAILY EAGLE
Eiitfrt'it lit tlio wMul!lcn a accotul
l'la until lliattiT.
MY 1'ONNRI.I.Y A CAKNK4.
IVr Vi;k. Wc.
IVr Month 4c
FU1 DAY MaY 17. I;l.
The county fair Met Hcenm to
men with peneral approval. I.tt
us liop it will have equally gener
J. M. (iulfy haa a plan to orian-
ue a live or ten million dollar com-
pany for the development of all his
oil lamia in Texan.
It apwarn that J. Picrpont Mor-
gan and Lord Kothtchihl now
dominate the finances of America
and England. At leant theirajrree-
ment lo stop the buying of Northern
Pacific flock prevented a panic in
London the pant week while Mor-
gan and other checked the Niw
Yorl: panic a few days before.
J..hn M. Kmc J. W. Teapue.
V. G. Milroy and Shield Norwood
of Xava.xoU omo or all of whom
were convert at the Fife meeting
went over to (Iraball in Wellington
coui.ty lint Sunday and held a re-
vival of one day's length. A prayer
meeting Hibla chm and Sunday
ttehml were organii-d. Mr. John
M. Kin has long hi-en known a a
fine lawyer and and a ready speaker
and it is now mid he is a number
Crimes und Lee county farmer
are having a hand to hand light
with the boll weevils. In the
neighborhood of Stoneham the far-
mer arc hiring hand and paying
JO cent per hundred for the gath-
ering of the bugs. Then they are
cremated. A they are thought to
multiply very fant the work of ex-
termination i iiecexxary and by
thi me.iim it ii hoped to reduce the
number of the bug ho much that
great damage will not be indicted
Upon liiti Cotton when it b eill to
bloom. Alter tin) bii'4 gitberiii.'
they will probably report loiuare
gatbetiiig and poisoning. The An-
slereoii merchant mean to cen that
ihe e.iiin- precaution are taken in
that neighborhood and now
threaten to cIoho their book to all
who iuy fail to take to the woik
to the b-ht of their ability.
Millki Copper Ore.
AUin Brazoria Co. Tex. May
S. There hai been coPMuVrablt
written about the discovery of cop-
per ore at Millican. Major (i. W'.
Durrint a resident of this city
once owned a farm near Millican
and say ome parties brought three
barrel of copper ore from Jack
county to Millican n tample.
Tl eore was stored in a houe which
burned down and the ore wa scat
tered over town. Year afterward
jpirties more recently settled there
would find some of this ore and
I get excited about it being A local
! product. He think without doubt
the ore mentioned in The News
wis from this same lot as living in
and near Millican for years he ha
never seen any indication of cop
per. Galveston New.
Funeral ol Kudu Ta lor.
Tin- funeral of tln late ltufim Tay-
lor took piuce tliis morning from
Shelley' undertaking parlor at lo
The pall hearers were J. V. I'.ar-
' elny O. K. Thomas Iti-n Overman.
II. L. Steele. I. I. Hendricks M. V.
He h ave a wife formerly Mis
Yeeker of tnU eit v noil a hroiher
mid sNter. w ho rc-ide in Itrjati. Tex.
Mr. Taylor was a very nmialile yniiii
man and wan highly reHpectril ly all
who knew him.
He had heeii hh'k for a titiinlwr of
yearn and exerted every effort to
iraill Mm health liml iit the pind
that thiit world affords hut prim
di ath was too xiroi and he uc-
c tuned to a Mir'ical oix-ratinii Mmi-
' day afternoon.
The estahllHhliielit of ( i. A. SloW-
crs' Furniture Company was elo. s
this iiMrnin.' in due n -- t to hi
lueiimry and Mr. Slower and hi
entire ci rpt of employes lit ti'in.-.
the funeral in a hody the di et-as. i
having heeii collector for this linn
W'e are ditributing in tin city
the "Home Formulary Hook" free
and it i our desire every family
should ri ive oneof th-e valuable
and useful book. 1'bey contain
the bc.-t and most select formulars
known to medical science fir home
use. If there i a family who has
lieen overlooked in the distribution
they can Hceure a copy by calling
at our store. Send us the number
of formula when you desire one
tilled. Wilson-Jenkins I 'rug Co.
Otto Itoehlllc'M hakery w ill lie clos.
ed all day on Sundays nfo-r V n. in.
Parties wanliii' ini tiling in my lim
will please call hefore 0 a. Ill
17 tto lim hme.
llanaa N. I.. Orthlls Henrr
Datlur U-n Mom J. H.
Nixon Frank Nixon Klclianl 3
Otm'lel Jiwepli lUitiinson V. I..
Auston Lovln Hroetnr Ann
Hen ford Sal I In Kdlson Mary
Minora Annie llatran Jennie
Henderson Mary Itoliert
l-oiu Lizzie Morse J F
it ore. III Mitchell Sarah
Corkeuhliss Poole Heed KlixatH-th
standi 1 Addle Suisotn 'I nn is
Salliman l.illle Turner I'erlle
Mr. M. R. Kelly and family have
moved to Bryan from Madisonville
and Mr. Kelly haa a position with J.
The I'oiiard srhixd closed last
Friiluy and Mi. Alice Montgomery
the teacher waa re elected for the
The front of the KxchaiiKO hotel
has Just received a handsome coat of
paint that adds Kriatly to It ap-
pearance. C. V. Shelhurne was here yesterdav
tfrinn Nfi'rt mill rt iirnnit iiieiimiftl-
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Ahove lint of letters remaining In led hy his mother Mrs. A. Shelhurne.
me nryan piminmee for tlit Week
ending May 1.1. A clmru'e of one
WANTKH TO UK NT two fur-
cent is made on acli id. ee ..f mail "Ish room for loan and wife; uo
advertis. d. v4-ti calling for tln-i children. Apply ut this otll..
letters idease advertised irivluir I .
date. ' Verfit-spectfully Mr. Laura lark of axon City.
Tyi.kh llAHWKru r. M.
Sf i .i ii
J T llowman. Memphis; SM Koos
FC Polsdorfer St l.ouis; It A lay-
lor ItoMton ; J Kllisoii San Antonio;
K. S. Peters Culvert; A. J. Mays.
Austin; It 1. McCarlev Houston;' I.
M. Is. Chienifo; l': ILit'ley Dal-
las; 1.1 II llariliu. Waco; J V I.ane
llearne; C K tuik'lev ( iiieinnati;
II 1 Kellotri; Franklin; C 11 1' Cur-
S F Woo.ly N.irth Carolina; Kd
Hull. Waco; II F Sol r St l.ouis;
J It (Jiili'ley. KocheM. r; It Hill St
Louis; T I I low I in;: York; W
J Taylor Houston; V. K Maiiheini.
St l.ouis; Mrs J T San ford. Marlin;
J F. Frik Hempstead; K Nesmith
li. Wnlt; O 11 i:.ed Calvert; 11 (
Hoover St l.ouis; J Woodbind.
Hotihtiiu;J ltl.ii ll Kansas City.
Mis. left yesterday after vl-dtiu
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Saunders.
The Conw ay residence for rent and
the pin machinery for sale. Apply
to r. J. L. Foimtaia. 1 p.
Hurt Norwood has Just r Ived a
nice line of llp-to-Oate iieckw.ar.
Call and se it. 40
Whit Horemus has a position with
the WeMeril I'llioll telegraph loin-
pauy ut HouKton.
Just received fresh shipment lluy.
ler' tine candies at Mcloiii;iihi's
HrilK' (Store. H'.Hf
Coulter's new line of suit and pants
irood embraces Home handsome nat-
LOST Hull cap otr lire wnvmi.
Id 1 urn to tire station. ltd
Kd Hall cauie down from Waco
( FN TltAL.
W J Jennings Minolta; L A
Itarnes H.dins; J M Hazelwoo.l
lledias; V J (uinuaud faiuilv tola;
It F. Hawkins Marlin; S M "lluine.
DrJ M Nicks. Stone Citv; J II
Snubs It WeMall. Houston; J K
Johnson ialv. Moil ; S I '. Uhodes
lula; J I Smith. Ark.iusns City.
To the Public.
You lire lierchy IH.lillrd Hint the
! ordinance r. pealiiii: the stock law
1 w ill not he in force until further act
I of the council. All Mock. etc.. f id
ruuninir at lart-e att. r Ma v Id p.m.
ill he takell lip. T. 1'. Itov. tt
HO City Marshal.
Sinjrint at Strep Hollow.
On the :irl Sunday in June tin r
will he an all day sinln at Steep
Supt. J. S. Kendall wa elected
principal of the Denton normal
school and I'rof. Arthur Lefevreof
Victoria appointed by the governor
to fill the vacancy assuperintendent
Hollow. All siirroundini; ohi.irs are ol public instruction
most cordially invil"d to he present. -
brin' all ymir soii' hooks and l. ts1
have a juliilee. We want to practice I
up for the convention which meets
w ith I'.i tin I on the Hlli of July.
Kei-pt. I. M. Cook."
Notice to Parents and flusrdians.
All persons having children or
wards between the nes of H and 17
years are reipiesied to call al the
ciy secretary' oillee mid have their
nam. s enrolled in the -cIh I.istb- e. n-
siis. ''he rolls must In- coniph t. d
hy Sept. 1. CM. Sp.ll. City See.
You nr.- cordially In. Ite.l call at
Hall's Iru Store and See the line
s.llllple I 'lit 111 I til. re on exhibit lull i
Ii r- t from the tai'iory. This '1:
wilt I losed out In tbe in t tun
days and some one will . t tin. best
liaivnin ever ofb red in Hryati.
It. F. Haw kins sa'l. sinan.
The H to I phot. (-allery will le
open for work until ait:rday niirlit
June I. All work will ls llnisbed
lllld delivered helore I leave. With
thanks for favors from the public
respectfully tl. A. Maikhani. I'd
organs on sale at
nave pianos mid .
Mrs. 11. White's I
The head and tail
of the mutter Is simply this-be. f cut
from miiui.'ils over 1 hr. e years old is
t"iii:h.lae.K ibiM.r. and is deficient
in iioiirishi:. juic. s. We pr fer lo
sell flesh of Yol'NO STOCK. It is
delicious tender rich and nourish-
inu'. Much cheaper thoic'li cilin
a little more money than cuts from
1 ' I animals. No better luent rhau
that sold at
Till: CITV MAKKI1T.
iqviia xzgMJmi. gjp neat um a
Iimmkis PuKscnii'Tiox Pharmacy.
l or thr Coniilti inn
11 -t ut n '")hl
AltTKsSIA CUE AM
and AIITESIA SOAP
Tin 'J 'iU'iJ 111 hit ml
tnf II 'Jiniil C'jlhfilriii'H
111 IVrlunws u I1.1W all ut
AltrcJ Wright's Special Oilnrs
l-.nift Mary Stuart Maud Mulkr W hile I'usc. N'iok't Carnation
I'ink Apple Hid mi lite. 5ic O..
Tlk'lnu 0c Oz.
Emmkis PuKScnii'TioN Pharmacy.
' ;i.Miis.iriTis w on t iiitk ip vnt' ahf. ritoTmrii nv
Dixie Bar Frame
thr must c MiM.t:n: i ut and ru.wi: M.vnr:
. . - 1)1 ' . -
Gur lin: jfumiturc IMtinss IHus
F'". : ii p-M" : 0'ir prict"! am n'fi' ; 'til to uh O-ir unt-f t k 1 utr '!"c ?rt -
J AMI'S cK: CASTLI'S x"tnZXL.
Oil Lands For Sale
Oil Sample ami other Valuahl- Mineral on
hand at McDoujj.ilds Iru"; Store. Call ami
let us put you on the ground Moor at I..iinht
Springs and Cameron's Wells (jriincs county
iT. X Pllfill St CO.
9! Bryan and Beaumont Texas. 0
BUFFALO N. Y. MAY ist to OCTOBLR 31st 1901.
HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL R. R
A "SUNSET CENTRAL SPECIAL"
ia1;;om DENSION to NEW ORLEANS
CAKKIF.S FUKi: CHAIR CARS.
iiirotijjn I'uuman Mccpcrs uaiiy
FROM GALVESTON VIA DENISON TO ST. LOUIS.
FROM AUSTIN VIA ELGIN TO CHICAGO.
FROM HOUSTON VIA FI. WORTH TO DENVER.
FKOM HOUSTON TO WACO AND AUSTIN.
lOU IICkMS anJ hiithcr hitnrniation Apply to Acfnf. II. T. C K. R
K.nniiH.sK M. I.. KiiHHINS A.'i. NKWmI'M T. J ANHKIIHi iN
Im. Traf Mgr ll.n.l'w llkt. At. I l t !. Agt. In.t !' At.
Ili.tsi. n. T'i. I..ii.m T'iu I4i;. Tii. W4.1) Trt.
l l 8. N.
Intern t ton i ntl Ui-' Nort.'iirrn Kllm'l ( jim4rf
SITHKIOR I'ASSr.M.hK sr.RVICi: I'AST TRAINS
MODI.RN i:q TII'MKN T.
Thi yul. ki-l wf t.i
All point North I".at ami Southeast
Oml.- nf Ii. tn si t ui s f in; 1!. mr..v--.rt r. S'.. iirl. n. Ttimunh rtiilr
Cr Alul I'uilm III i 1 ..Hl.fe' I I'l.rnn i--. T d 111 Ui y'r
Thmugli ( r n. Ml.-.. r to t
DALLAS FT. WORTH AMD
All north Texas points u Mil. 1110 and Santa Fr Route.
Vnr compli't- u.formt'ii.n k writ V W. 4 II. V. IUllnd
L. TRICE. D. J. PRICE.
Inil Vu I'rwil'lKnt nil (;.-n. Snpt (insrl l'i-nK"r and Tli krl Agent
I. & (1. N. kailro.J Palestine lenas
1 Franklin Brothers....
1 K - . '
.and meat dealers ....
We buy lli lei Wool andJI'elt ami pay the highest market price.
7Vi Varlk'UOnf in nni mirt
building nrar rourthotwenii nut nttt
ior to Tlit Bryan (irocrry Company
Ik.iiMh tuiir Trim SittI k ltis.n
A1AKLIN CALVFRT BRYAN HI-ARMANI)
Tin: rfsT i n s'tt c-Aiis
in 1111: r-.ii i n
ct connection with the I. . (i. N. at Ileanic fur St. Louis
Memphis ami all points tuutli ;iiul east.
FOR AUSTIN. SAN ANTONIO AND MUXIC0.
Thnititch Chair V m n SI .....p m' k Ileum v'py .tif
-D. C. OiMAffer Aoiar.
DREAD and CAKES! :
GOOD BREAD AT REASONABLE RATES AT OTTO BOEHME'S ....
Texas Bakery anil Boarding House.
The best i the cheapest Otto Uoehmo has tho best.
KaM of Stawtiii liltYAN THXAM.
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Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 140, Ed. 1 Friday, May 17, 1901, newspaper, May 17, 1901; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth320728/m1/2/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .