Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 26, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 4, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
Fresh Apple Pronda Orancres
California Navel Oranges
lilanke' Candies in Bulk ; and lib boxes
Cranberries Mince Heat Pickta
Sweet Pickle Mango Pickle
Perndalc Preserves and Jams
l-erndalo A5paragus Tips
Canned Goods erndale Sweet Corn
Perndale Early June Peas
Arc some of our Specialties for this week.
H. AT.C. 8C1IKDUI.K.
Northbound No. I I:1H. m
Northbound No. B 1:17 p. in.
Nurthboaud No. 6 2:17 . m.
(Southbound No. 1 l:Mp. tn.
ttouthbound No. 4 4:3 p.m.
Southbound No. 6.. 51:60 a. in.
N. 8 and 4 tn fast t rains toiling
only at principal stations.
T. AO. N. SCHEDULE.
No. 123 Northbound Passen-
ger Jeave 7:00 a. in.
No. 104 Northbound Passen-
Sfr Lwavea... : Wip. in.
(MttMflMHiiMlM mUk mtaa lis
I. 4 li. N. f'tluf tut i4 nu
No. l(Kf Southbound Passen-
ger Arrive 7:00 p.m.
No. 121 Southbound Mixed
LOCAL NUWS. . 1
Mrs. F. M. Law visited Hearne
(luy M. Ho an went to Houston
Mm. W. S. Adams returned to F.n-
Ohe-hall Mock grouil'l near .lion
Academy for sale by CM IT. A.
The trr'ry stores have lieguti
cloning at 7 o'clock.
1). S. I loyd of Keliance. was in
the city yesterday.
Wanted MM patrons for the I'nlou
Ilarhcr Shop under the new manage-
ment of W. A. ColleS. &
W. C. Hrooks wan here from Nav-
t Mr. W. s. WiUon ha returned
from 1 1 u it t ilif.
W. P. Trant was in tin' city y -terdny
from Uriines t-ounty.
Three llrsi class barber at tin-
Union IUrlT SI up muh r new man-
agement of W. A. t'oin s.
11. Ib.hde and little tl.oi.'htt r re-
turned from Houston yest. -rday.
Mrs. Jan. II. Webb and rhildr. n
have returned from Caldwi II.
Mr. Jas. O. Kernole has returned t
Mrs. Ira (Iimh-Ii came up from NaT-
J. W. Ilurrows of Allcnfarin was
iu the pity yesterday.
I have a large lot of good wimh! 3
miles from town which I will n il for
f !.( a cord on the ground j
X7 K. S. fierden. '
Mrs. J. K. Wddll returned from
Hcarne ycsU-rday. j
W. P. Wooti-n and family n-turnol
from M-xla y ht nlay.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hl(f(r n-
tunifd to t'orsicana y-Htrday.
If you ilioulJ. hti down towu this
aftirnton ask Conifer to show you
the f2.r.O children's jat kots at $155.
Mione IttO1;. i
Miss . I.ottU St'MlJnrd rturnnl
from HouhIoii yeHt-rilay.
Mlssrs Kcnnard left yet nlay for
.Slit-rman after a vUit to MUh-s
In sizes Nos. 3J .'il and M I have a
few IUntn'1 waists that I will close
exceedingly close. I'lioiie. 1 sT ' .
Walter J. Coulter.
OV E R -COATS
In order to reduce our stx:k
before invoicing we will offer
from now until January 1st
fIH.-ci.il low prices on our en-
tire stock of fine overcoats.
These overcoats are all this
seasons gixxls made by one of
the finest tailoring concerns
in America.' Don't miss this
chance of Retting a fine over-
coat just at the lKjpnning of
winter at way lx-low the reg-
ular retail price.
Iter. I 'larence Cavitt of Wheel. M-k
wiis in the city yesterday and 1 ft
Claud Searcy and Pendleton lny
ihave returned to the medical collide
at lal vestoii.
Mr. It. C. I'oj'e han returned to
((rimes county after a visit to her
f.nh. r. W. 1. linker.
Kof Kent On hmnlreil acres of
land near town. Atly to ( apt.
Oeorp' Polk. l"i
Mrs. W. 11. I nil and daughter
and Mini Johnston returned from
M iss A in her Nail has n.o jt d a
position as music teacher III the
scluxd at I.t''ilis"irt I.a.
Miss Clara Kraal is spending some
tlllle III til" 1.11st IIIM -I U-HMII.' Ill
1 Messri James T. Denton and F.
H. Fh lis of Hit (irlines County
IUcordJwere hers from Anderson
yesU rd Sy and railed on the Eagle.
L. K. Itrocktnan is now hustllu?
express for A jcent K. II. I nax of
the Wells-Fargo Kxpress comnany
and asks to li remembered by nil
who have packages to ship.
Kverythlng new and up-to-date
and three first-class barbers at the
Union Hurler Simp (ilve us a trial.
- M) W. A. Cones Mgr.
(ieorcre I). Tucker I now located
at the Tucker House !0;neriy known J
as the Hortuiaii House and invites
the patronage of the public through
the medium of an ad iu the Kagle.
Miss I. Ilia (iraham Mclnuis enter-
tained a number of her young friends
at a nutting party durl. g the holi-
days and prior to her return to school
Perfection Oil Heaters no smoke
no dust and no dirt. Just the thing
for parlors dining rooms ami bath
rooms. For sale by W. I). Lawrence
agent Waters-Pierce Oil Co. is
H.J. McNalr. assistant chief en-
gineer of the Pennsylvania Hallway
system with headquarter at Pitts-
burg Pa. spent the holidays among
his old friends In Anderson and Old
(Irimes. Grimes County Record.
Thomas A Hur.ter having disposed
of their business to Hunter A. Chat-
ham persons indebted to the old
firm will confer a great favor by set-
tling their accounts at once. 2
Miss Noiilo Adams gave a phan
tom party to about fifteen couples of i
'friends Monday night complimen
tary to her guest Misa Helen Thorn-
ton d Austin who has since return
ed home. The young people met at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
'Saunders and proceeded to the
' Adams home where they spent a
I For Kent I acres of land adjoin-
ing ami eaotof I'ursuline Convent
alHiut one-half in cultivation ami
! balance In pasture. Also about 50
; seres of land near my residence.
: . W. It. Cavitt.
I" Thomas A Hunter have sold their
I business to the new firm of Hunter
I A Chatham who will continue In
the same line and at the same loca-
tion. The firm is composed of Messrs.
:8am Hunter and Kalph Chatham
both of whom are well known and
' popular young business men. Mr.
Hunter has been with the house
iuce It legau business. The F.agle
bespeaks lor the young men contin-
ued success. Mr. Will II. Thomas
i who retires from the business is now
traveling for Sweet Dempster A Co.
one of the big hat houses of the
l lilted States.
vk jno. i I. Lawrc:itc uiuev-- v.
X will continue to X tf
ff occupy this ipace during J)
w 1902. y
X Thanking our friends for their liberal V L
patronage for 1901
j. and asking a continuance of same y
j during 1902 (
we are yours truly
Jno. fl. Lawrence & Company
'h. I li
D. W. Ford rettirfhid to Holljs
yesterday accomauied by his niece
Miss Annie Jackson of port I.avaca.
J. It. Collier was here from Mum-
ford yesterday and Muted that he is
now shipping brooms in carload lots.
A cold snap is reported by my
weather prophet for Saturday morn-
lug so I oiler the public all Indies'
Farm (or Keit or Sile.
arret on Cedar creek 13 miles
northwest of Dry an ; good houses on
same. Apply to Mrs. Z. lioiiueville
Kryan. ''"7 !
CI Paso and Iu Canmal.
Take a week otT go to HI P.iso and
view the great winter carnival to be
held January II to IS VMZ. It is be-
WE ARE SHOWING AN ELEGANT AND COMPLETE
' Including the litest anJ most appropriite things for presents
'j see them before you buy.
m . H J a jvi e s
The Leading Drug-gUt
I The po'ice authorities of .an
yond ijuestioii that this carnival will Antonio hare brought to lifcht a
tie one of the most attractive fewti-i i li.t l lv a
jckes chll.lreii's jackets and men's j vaU f cllltnitr eVer the ' - "
overcoats at cost. Phone ho-. H.r.l.T city. The list of attractions f. mle tint probably ha.4 no paral-
Walter J. Coulter. J WiU eoutisin large number of de- J lei in the plate. The woman makes
Mr. Tyler Haswrlt entertained his 1 lightful features. Including the cele-'a busines- of selling babies and in
tuploj es with an elegant dinner brat d Mexican bull light contest or orjt.r t0 k"ep a supply JUlucient
New Year evening. Tlie menu was
... I I .... I - .1 i:
I prepareii nun serven miner ine turec-
tioii of Mrs. Haswell.
llorse lost Klack horse vt-ry lit j
tie white on face white
o... u.Liithu'...t mi. I Him eht'Mtt mt.'S
saddle .T... l..ta-.ti nil
marks on back ; 15 hands high. V .in. ...it
; poims on ioe i iii.-.i.'n i. ......
I elll Till III l to- .iirtnaii t . "' i
f..vi..i. .ku...i i tiu.roBii imtiiiit par n . .
V. i!f'r the demand runt a Ijin-in
parades flower parade and Oriental: .
Mid-wav. Fl Paso is one of ie house in the su ourb-. Hie expo-
most distinctly Interesting cities in ' sure wat brought about by her hell-
ing for I ). to a well known child
IlldvaiiCed stfi-S ill millillerr. etc
Mrs. A. F. Felder. of (!nlv. ston is ; prepiinitury to purchasing Idt fpriug bus been torn down and will be
visiting Mr. an 1 Mrs. W. W. Harris and summer stock. ISO j built.
reward for iufuruiatioii
recovery C. M. Sim-11.
Contractor I. H. Newton Is mak-
ing repairs on -the Central II del
building recently purchased by
Judge Spencer Ford. A pnrt of it
splendid opportunity to make tn
trip. Apply to any Houston mid
Texas Central nirciit for rates and
dates of sale or address
T. J. Anderson
Assistant (Jemral Passenger Agent
.less matron an infjnt that was
; bom Ut night. The authorities
' h ive been investigating the matter
but are at a lost livr to handle it
a there appears to be no law thai
I rover th case. The woman makes
jnoetTort toeotire.il her business.
The output of the goM mines in
ths United States for the year 1901
was in the enormous sum of 13.
00000 which was 3000000 in
excess of the previous year itself a
record breaker. Our mines for the
same year produced about fi0000
(XX) ounces of silver a greater por
tion of which was absorbed by lh
arts and sciences; much of it going
to India and China where it is still
being coined as money. We pro
duced about dO percent of the cop-
per of the world during last year
our mines being situated mainly in
Michigan Montana and Arizona.
Tlw yeir's production on our
part is estitnited at 010000000
i 0tk T rl-
Having just purchased the stock of Furnishing goods of Thomas
& Hunter we wish to state that we are now ready for business and
in behalf of the old firm want to thank our many friends and custo-
mers for their liberal support and solicit their future patronage
for the new linn. We hall countinue our business in the same line of goods a heretofore ami it shall be our constant endeavor to fill the wants of men in the haber-
dashery line. Until furtcr notice to make room for ner good we shall sacrifice prices throughout the house. It will pay you to INVESTIGATE the New Firm.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 26, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 4, 1902, newspaper, January 4, 1902; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth320894/m1/3/: accessed June 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .