Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 162, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 12, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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START THE DAY RIGHT
With a cup of Cha5e
& Sanborn's famous
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! Straw W Hats
SWERT ANDI JUICY
ARE OUR tERNDELL HAMS AND IJREAK-
For Ice Tea our em-
perors Blend and India
Ceylor are unexcelled.
Try them and you will
use no other. For sale
'innM hollll.l No. fl
No. 8 and 4 are t train stopping
only ftfpnncl'Hl stations.
1 4 p.
t :l? .
r. ao. x. hiCHF.nrr.K.
No. 10 Northbound rn.-"-
rer lear :).. in.
(kali r'nM wnrw'lM mIO line
I. A li. N f lii - n'l "'!
?To. :.UUu l' !
Sheriff Nunn went to Enulyeter
t'.tpt. 8. 1). lit?r of Mumf.inl I
in the city.
A Id stock of tile umbrella Jn
ri I vJ at Norwood'-'
y'MrWlUct.el Frank returned to
Cha. K.Hnburir aell Dallna u-
a(T received f reh regularly. 1
K. W. Hutrhlnaon returned to
Houston ye Btrilay.
Dallas auitsre always freali at
Charley Kdlnburg's. K
lion. IWser Thomas returned to
llonham yeter lay.
Mini Maud (larrett of Dallas is the
guest of Mi Klma llarher.
Dot Oliver came orer from (."aid--well
and took in the ball.
Hewftrd' Finn box Candy best In
town for wale ouly by W. h. WiUoti
Quite a lare party of Xavaaota
people attended the tlnal ball.
Prof and Mrs. J. H. Allen havo
gouo to Madlaonvld for a vUit.
MU Harry of Navasota. U the
guest of Mr. and Mr. J. S. Mooring.
Hot and cold lunohea fn-ah welner
4-tc at Charley ICdinburjr'a. Zennaitl
Ml Katie Ilirn' of Waco I thp
jfnent of Mr. and Mr. 1. F. Daimby.
M. L. Abrauinof Nw Itraunft U I
pri'Mideut of the A. A M. aeoond clan.
Capt. Arery and wlf of Colleen
left yentrday for Wauhlnicton 1. C.
Mra. Sam lUxz h it for Murlln
vet rdav nftr viitint; Mr. J. M.
I It aliow you a raro bargain in
boya lii't waUt at Norwood. 1CJ
(Jeore Orlflln of Ft. Worth I
hr viaitlinr bi parenw Mr. and
Mrs. AV. W.Hriillii.
"-of. J. K. Prltchett and wlf of
Han M anv wi. trmat of Prof.
South and wife during coinniwncw
M Sii.wliltr and M1h Knaj p
of Calvert are vlalting Mra. llichacd
For paintln aeo th Intf 1'alntr
lie will you money by couu!t
liiijliiiii. P. Ji liarrNon. !''
MIm II.hkIo Sealo returned to
Ili'iicldey yi-Kierday acconij'aiucd by
Mix VivUn Jaitit .
Dr. Houston ond thn ineiulx-ra of
the board of director have Mt cot-
lt if for their reopecti ve houi".
NaiiMik I the coolet unih rwear
a bvj; atock Juit received at Nor-
woiMfit I 2
Mi' Winnie Kerney of Miiam
county I the uei f h r aunt Mm.
T. P. iiiiitry.
Freuli HlilpniHiit Seward' fine pack-
age candy JUtt received. W. . Wil-
on Jr. ltil
Dr. lleo. It. Tabor returned to Ana-
tin yeterday alter attending the
We can lit all the Urge tall ainall
and short ineu in cokI underwear for
the summer. Hurt Norwood. 1CJ
Ml Mary Ie McNVeley returned
to Milano yeaterday after a vfi.it to
Try Seward'a Fine Ilox Candy one
and you will have n J ottier. For ante
ouly by W. S. WiUoii Jr. 101
'llie I. A (I. N. report the al of
over I24 tlckcu to college during
Try a Quaker vapor bath at the
Kxcuange ahavin parlor. Hki
Mr. and Mr. W. 14. Howell came
up from Navaeot to attend tiie fun-
eral of Dr. Law.
Quaker vapor bath outfit complete
for f4.(K at the Exchange abating
parlor. H. 11. Doraey pioprietor. lt5
M ! Mary Iu and Stella Ken-
Hard of Anderaou have ten viitiuir
Mix Luelle liryan llie pant few da a.
Prof. 11. J. Putney the"old relia-
ble" la in the city to tune your piano
Telephone him at Mr Leuiau'. 167
Mra. F.iiuna Thonia returned to
NavanotA yeoterday after Waiting
Mr. W. U. Johnatou.
Four room cottage in northen
part of to 11 for ale or rent. Apply
to lial Mcaru at Wagner A llrau-
Mra. Hare and M!a Edna Smith
of Atideraon were tiie ptieat of Mr.
J. T. Hrowis during tiie paat few
If you are coin? calllni; take a box
of Seward tin. I i-audy and you will
bo permitted to r. in.iin a lona
rmi pl'e. For aale ouly by W. 8.
Prof. Alvord who ha resigned
from the poaition of aitant profe-
or of agriculture at College will go
at once to Michigan l enter Upon
Keep your girl anpplled with
Seward' line box candy durlngcom-
mence 1 cut. If you don't you may
luxe inT. For aale only by W.
We are showing the largest
ond btst assortment of Straw
Hits ever brought to Bryan.
Triple tri'n rough Straws
and Panama have the lead
but we are howinj many
other ttyle in ?jct jou will
find moit any i-hape you want
in our lare idock price frcm
50c to $5.
Cra.h Iljti all M)!c- 50c each
Mr. tod Mrs. 0. S. Parker EaterUia la
lluoor oi Tbeir Que u.
Cotutuenceiuent week has not
wiluvaatd fither in hrvaa or al
! College luoie brilliaul and tu-
jjvabie aotial fuiidioa than wa
that tven I .tel tiighl at I ha eleaut
home ot Mt. and Mr it. I''-
ker couipluneiitaiy to their gua 1
; Mire Art.ti td' bryaii Msp 'larlton
f liillaooro Mix leninou ol
1)1 Mus McClelland ol Hill-
boro. The decorations of sweet
ea duiSUP cainatloi.fc flldlaS
and evvrgreenit heen in the arioi8
library halt and dining rom weie
iu keening with the babdaouie p-
' iMiiutuieuU of the rootu. '1 he re
Mivios n&rtv s coiiiposcd of
gueets of houur aud hoetee Two
. hundred and fifty Jeroas were
preoeut mcluding visitor from
uiany other joiiit. A splendid
orchestra of twelve piece up-
' plied iarpiring music lor the dan-
cer while the brilliantly lighted
'lawn with comfortable settee lay
.invitingly be lore lhoe who lather
choee the pleasures of conversation
or fought its cool confine after
mingling in the dance. Delicious
punch w& served by MUsee Mary
iioa Parker and Frances Chance
and supplemented by Neapolitan
cream and angel food cake. J5o per-
fect was the hospitality and so con-
genial the cowpituy that the dark
robed hours tripped lightly over
the borderland of midnight to
mingle with their pale rot J sis-
ter of the dawn e'er he la. sweet
note of the violin caught up the
regretful fcigh of the departing
1 W. LlmpT a firwt clata piano
tuner and rei-alrer will be in liryan
about June 10. for one week Call
by 'phone No. 2S7 Arcade Hotel run
by Mr. Collin.
COPT or KKOIM MEXDATIOX.
To whom It may concern:
We hereby certify that we have
tested the ability oi L. W. I.uupera
a piano tuner and repairer and can
recommend him to do conacientious
work. Very Keapectfully
m Thoa. (Joggau A Hro.
Madiaon county viaitors: W. R.
Akin and family J. W. Price and
family U.W. Kimmey . C. UrlMn
Hold and Henry Francis John and
T. H. Tomlinaou Walter and Dan
Melver Malone Farrar and family
O. A. D iniiaii and family. Chap.
Demnan and family. Jerry Chapman
J. T. Hawkins W. M. Hughes.
We have for sale the celebrated
Jaa. Schlits beer in cxe famou for
It purity and excellence and con-
venient for family ue. Try a cae.
Hryau Ice Storage A Coal Co. lt'5
The beat drilled mn in the Indi-
vidual coinpetatlve drill at the Col-
lege thla year were a follow: Com-
puny A. Wllon; Company H Mc-
knight; Company C Meyer; Com-
pany D Matthew.
We don't work ao many men nor
do we hare o many cattle In cold
atorage. hetice we eau sell you meat
cheaper. Try u.
17 c. It. Fbancix.
J. W. Dyer and M. K. Danaby left
Tuadny for Hoauoke Va. Waahlng-
ton. D." C. New York Chicago ht.
IouU MeinptiU Slirevejiort anl
other ciliea. They will be abwnt
lt)ii Monday. Iwt ween Ilryan
and College or at College a pearl
handle tan. Uaaonable .reward for
it return by tbe tinder. Mra. O. S.
j'.rlir " Ml
' The alumni association of the A. A
M. college llM ch'Cted III following
iilllcer ior the emoiing year: rrerii-
dent L. K. Aileiiof Marliti; flrt vice
iireid'iit b. K. Kiiode of Tyb-r;
. 1 . ... .
. con'J vice jreion-ui turx-
bacii of S i 1 Antouio; third vice I
president. H. V. F.lliaof fan; fourth
vice president E. J. Kyle of Tyler;
tilth vice president W. 11. l'hiljtt
f College Station; secretary and
tn-Hfurcr K W K-rr f College Sta-
tion; alumni orator W. A. Wurx-
bach of San Antonio. Executive
committee; I.. K. Allen A. I
l.uiiKk and K. V.'. Aeir. Nearly all
of the graduating claw applied for
mtinlx-ritiiip and were duly elected.
Koine person made an eSfort to
forcibly enter the residence of Mr.
Hoylo near the I. A U. N. yard in
t lie aout hern part of town at an ear!y
Kiliour yeaterd.iy morninir. '1 he at
tempt was made at a w indow part-
ly raiaed for ventilation by Inaert-
ing a scantling urider the frame and
endeavoring to prize the fastening
looae. 'lte noise awoke me lamny
and an alarm wa given which
frightened the party away. Large
footprint were Lund leading to the
Major W. E. Mobeley and wife and
Lieutenant W. E. Tomlinaou of the
ChrUtlau Volunteer an organlxa-
tion aimilar t J the Salvation Army
are in the city to conduct atreet and
tent meeting for two weekor more.
The tent I located near the Ik". A T.
C. depot and services are held day
and night. The national headquar-
ter of the Christian Volunteer are
located at Denver and the gulf divi-
sion headquarters at Houston.
Inspector W. I. Ilryan who at-
repted a poalt :on in the mechanical
department at the College during
the middle of the present suasion and
ha very successfully diaeharg'-d hi
duties to the satUfactioil of hi sup-
erior olllcer. lias realgned to tike
charge of a large grain elevator in
the lndlau Territory.
The ldl of the Mthodlst church
will serve ice creiun. cake and nectar
from 4 to 7 o'eloel Friday afternoon
at the reaiden.'e of Mr. T. C. Nutiu.
Everybody invited. KU
Willie Harris will return from
Austin Friday and w Uhe hi friend
and the publio to revrve piano tun-
In? and repairing work for him. He
guarantee tlrat claa work. 10 't
Mr John Hum f Houston and
Mis Louie Meachmn of Anderson
liave tieen visiting Mr. W. 8.
Howell during commencement.
F. Marlon Law arrived front St.
IulTueaday eveuing. having been
called home by the death of bl
Dressed poultry Ihm f sausage etc..
kept in refrigerator at all time and
ready to nerve. Come to ace u.
(liaeh building Bryan Street.
17 C. H. Francis.
Mr. Ernest Ynuens returned to
Navasota yesterday after visiting
Mra. lieorge Winters.
Fresh Goods This Wcsk
Dozier Crackers Cake Wafer of all fiivor Complete
Line Hljnke Hro Candit. Twelve Varties of Lihby
Mcl.'cil & Lihby s Canned Meals GolJ Uand and
Premium llstn and ll'e:ikf4t Haon.
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rv. Received Daily. )
1 1 Jdo. tl. Lawrence fi Co.
Telephone 78. )
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li l' iKKit. Vi--e'4rt
ALUhiC r W. W1LKEK3J.V C aWr
Of Bryan solicits your busmess be it brge or
small promising every courtesy that the account
will warrant & accommodations consistent with
prudent business methods & conservative banking
r. EofU.h St. D Cola W. U Zukb
O. S. Parker Edw. Hall E. H. Aatla
Albert W. Wllkerao
j II U L K .V. I) PACKAGES
FOR SALE BT
W. S. WILSON JR.
t wewowiw fetjsjsj attorn m q j a oai a a act
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FRESH BREAD CAKES AND PIES
always on hand....
PICNICS ANO BARBECUtS rnuaa4 any aMaterBr4.eta.o?vatf-
(oar boar socio. :: i' 8al room on. 4oor aontot Hiawir'-
E. GRIESER Proprietor.
Our goods arc our best advertisement and vou can see for yourself when
you visit our store and make comparisons. Cheap prices and not cheap
goods is the foundation upon which we have built our business. Ileal
worth saves dollars and makes satisfaction. Our object is your satisfaction.
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