Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 214, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 12, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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llottr is everything Indicated by its name
made from the lt selected Missouri soft wheat.
Chase & SantMirn Roasted Coffees.
I-'enulell Canned & gottled goods are some of our sjiecialties
for (jiinlity have few equals and no sujuriors.
Give them a trial and you will use no others cost yoti'no
more than many inferior goods said to be
just a.s goxl.
DANSBY & DANSBY
"Phone 7 14.
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Buys any STRWVJHAT inur
store. All of our $1.50
2.1J0 and 82.50
II. AT. C. HCHKDUI.K.
1 Northbound No. I..
northbound ao. a i.-p
northbound o. o Z:l t. m.
Hodttitxiund No. 9 U:K)p. in.
Southbound No. 4 4:1 p. in.
Southbound No. 6 2:4)1 a. m.
Not. B and 4 are f.'ikt trains slopping
ouljr atprinelpal station.
I. A (1. N. 8CHHDUI.E.
No. 101 Northbound Passen-
ger Leaves 4:1.'. p. m
(Maia eloaa nrninertlon with aiJa Una
I. A t N. "lnf Mil and weal.
NO. 101 Southbound i'UUU-
irr Arrive 7:10 p. in
No. In. I'asKoiigcr to San An- I
(onii liftv. w 7::t0 a. m.
No. Nil Vntmi'iufT from Sun I
Antonio Arrive .. . 4 :0 p. in.
It. Seigle went to (inlvfototi Sun
I Local ffcbvs f
rfN v. W. C. Friley wt nt to Millkan
Hcward r.iivei visit d lln-niund
I.. It. Ibitmcvillo visited Marlin
For Salt' My buggy horse. Apply
to II. C Kotiiiiiion. lifl
Iter. Jewell Howard went to Mar-
Ohcht Hall of Leon county wan in
the city y Mi rday.
Cotton seed iin'Al at Met lee 'a Feed
store $1.3.1 u long an it last. 21(1
W. J. Walker ha returned nftt r a
visit to (ialvfton.
L. S. Williams among tho
vliur to the city ji't rday.
MU Florence Warn of McKinney
is vlsitim; M Ik A I loo Myers j
Marcus Miller of Hempstead was
lu the city yesterday.
Iter. J. P. Skinner of Millican wa
in tlii) city Sunday.
John Cantli-ft and little mm return-
ed to New Orleans Sunday.
Kugi-ne C. I i 1 ;t k o was In the city
several hour yesterday.
Judge W. J. Monro wa in from
the llrttxoa bottomyesterday .
Latham Itoono haw arrived from
isaviiot for the cotton stnon.
Mr. John II. Mike and mm Louin
returned from Houston yesterday.
Miase Nellie Kohdo and Hattie
Webb have returned from Martin.
MIh Kmma Froclich of Navatfota
ii the Kut f Mra. Ot-or'fl Winter.
W. K. (llbba arrlrtnl from Fdna
Sunday on route to the Madiitonville
King phono 212 for all kind of bi-
cycle repair. All work Kiarautod.
218 Karl Kiard.
L. J. Cox returned yentcrday aftT
avUltto Waco Whitney and other
Mr. and Mr. J. II. Suh. r of the
College community wers in tho city
Franklin Ilros nll the bent refrig-
erated mi ata. They have their own
.rrfrlKoratinK room. 213
J C'liaa. Carr who In now traveling
for a tobacco house left for a bu allien
Mr. and Mr. Ilobt. Arnmtrongand
Mlmi'i Ituth ami I.lmlo Cavitt aro ;
Tiaitlng at Marble FslU.
pDr Ijotiff treata all dleaea of the
ye ear none and throat. Otllci at
Wllaou A Jciikln. drug (.tore.
! Mr. and Mr. H.n Knox of H. arm..
...lO:;r)a.m. jMr.aiid Mr. S. tl Kinney of Hon-i
... l p. in. . ... ... .j
...... ... .. mm ... ( ( IV illlM'- (II I
KnnU Mr. and Mr. (J.-orge Wicker
of Austin Mr. W. ('. Itoj eit and j
family of College Mr. Win. Wilaoti. '
wlfo anl mother f Houston were1
here tii attend the funeral f Mrn. 1
Mu lie Wil.mii. j
Iter. A. M. Stewart wa In the city 1
yeaterday having jut cloned a nie. t-
lug at Martin l'rairie tirliiieaj
county. There were Ui ad. lit ion to '
the Free Haptirft church at that!
place. Kev. Stewart left yesterday I
aftirn.H.ti for Kant Texaa ia the'
llitereht of tho Ilrvail Academic and
j Collegiate Illhtltllte. j
j Col. S. W. T. I.anhain. the next
gnvenor of Texa arrived in the city j
yesterday and la the gueot .f II00.1
ClilT A. Adam. Col. Ijinham will
; leave for Miidimnvillu this morning !
accompanied by Mr. Adam and
are incluicJ in this sale
The firumi Tnacls ll(lu KmsIo Tt'llk
Fanrrmrlco. Aug. It. Tlie grnt
rniu-Iiv of KoiKuU I'ythla open-
d here ye.teriljy. Thou-taml of rUlt-
or lave already arrlreil from the eat
arid I jr Wi ijni liy mornlnc It I n-
I' ll ftom M.ooO to 75.fjo stranRfn
w ll be In the rltr.
TI.e rtiTorjtion of the cltt h ("!
carried out on a 'ale never attempted 1
Mm hank's pavilion which will t
li S'linarters of the Knights ha keen
alninKt trinforiiip-i Into a military
camp w'tli many tent n1 thousaml
tif cet In rrfert order ranKeii In
Headquarters of Major Oneral
James H. Carnahan. who I In com-
mand of the uniformed forces. Is lbs
rK'Kt plctureKriie place In the pavilion.
The program for the first day began
with open In of the exhibition of
county pro-Pin at which Mayor
Fi lmiiti delivered the addrens of wel-
come. Th reply wa mad by Ogden H.
FeMiers. e'lpreme chancellor of the
Knight of I'ythla aud Major General
James R. Carnnhan. commanding uni-
form rank of Knights of I'ythla aUo
At S p. m. ti e camp at the paTlIlon
w:!l be turned over by the (halrman of
the eiectitlv committee to the su-
At ft p ni. there wll! be a reception
to Major Orpahan and nt.iff and the
supreme lotise by the California brig-
ade it the pavilion.
DOYS TURN BANDITS.
It My hunting horn r.rc.uina-
My between grmled school and my
In. nut mi August 2. Name of Fdii
Hunter card on horn; etring on
email end. Suitable reward for re-
turn to John M. Caldwell. i's
Mr. and Mrs. T. 1". ib.yett reijiient
the Kagle to cxpres their d -1. and
Theatrical Season Opens Early.
Manager Mike announce the
theatrical pennon will open at the
j(5rand opera houe Monday nifht
Sept. 1 with the Marie Fountain
Theater company in a week' en-
gagement. The company i now
playing in llou.-ton and getting
to friend and splendid Tci notices. In ppcak
quotes Manager Jake
paying: 'We ju.-t
for tie empathy aiui inR of the opening night a
own the family by all in . .
r ' 1 ton pair quotes Manage
tin Ir late bereavement
Jan. II. Wthbhli returned nft.r
spending Mx we. k In New York j raii'e'1 th" Flillr dropp.d
w here he 1'iircliaseii a m l. n.ii 1. u. it ' them in from the ton. the crowd
1 1 -
.assorted stock of full and winter 1 va so immense and we hvl the
good fr Webb Itroa. I bet thow that has been here thi
Franklin Hr. have tlie fa. illtie '
1 r r" 1 1
t.r I... Ill ...! .....).. 1 . 1
I r..i ..... . " .Manager .Mixe has put in a new
..L. Bllll inn Mil IMIIV I'.i.ir I -
: want iiioro satisfactorily thnnuny
other dealer. ' ib
Tom Invidon f here from Waco
biiyingcotton n'aiii this m hoii. Mr.
Daviilitoii mi.vs he believe p.ryati
will receive more cotton this year
than was received lat year.
Ib v. Fred L. Allen j rtached ex-
cellent . rmoii at the courthouse
Sunday and Sunday night and left
for Hoc k dale yesterday.
For al Two extra good driving
homes one of them aUo a good sad-
dle horse. Apply to Dr. J. N. i I-
w in Wellborn or llryan. 2i7
Oae Sbat by a I'oua Snlclde and
mh.1 a ( larit.
San Joae Cal.. Auk. 11. A series of
daring hlahway roblierle. which re-
siultr.fl in the fena'lona! dett'h of one
of the roliler and the wotindin? of a
cltlen. occurrl on the Monterey
road Saturday nUht.
To young men. apparently little
more than boys In a?e compelled an
old laly who wa drlvlrn on the btffh
way near I.lnvale to de'lver her horse
an t l imey to them. They then drove
to E. F. Hcples' store at Coyote where
they purchased cartridges for a 32
caliber pistol. Thl they loaded and
Immediately proceeded ta hold up tht
proprietor and several bystanders.
From Hoi pies' they continued to-
ward Gilroy. When within a quarter
of a mile of thl town they met V'. VT.
McKee a sewing machine aent and
when h failed to s'op on their order
thev fire-l at him. Infllciinit a triflin
wound. McKee lanhed his horse Into
a run and wo not further molested.
The robbers continued south to
"Steven" store a mile and a half from
IIep" robbing two or th'ee team
sters on the rad of small amoun's.
They were Just entering Stevens'
store when they saw Ave or six armed i
men riding rapidly toward them. This'
wa a poeso coniritlna of E. F. Hep. I
bs and the men who had been rob tied '
The robber abandoned their Jaded
horse and s'arted aero a field to-
ward the westerly fit. t hill. A run-
ning fight ensued. In which one of the
robbers wa shot through the siom
ach. In emulation of Convict Tra-ey
he placed hi pUtol to his head and
blew out hU brain dying almost In-
stantly. The other threw up hi hands
and was taken Into cinitody.
SEASONABLE GOODS j $
C Veal Loaf )
White Pish in Tomato Catsup
LJrook Trout in Tomato Catsup
Truffe Sardines Bordelalse Sardines
and many other good things.
JnoJ. Lawrence 4 Co. I
I TELEPHONE T8. 1
GrccJi candy factory
George Vakas proprietor in front
fjlS of the cottrt house vhre lie
-' ; makes the finest candies fresh every
1 1 day. Sales depot at Hall's Drug
IF Store. TRY HIM for finest
V Hume-made Candies yon ever saw.
ilrop curtain retitteil ami repapt -r-cti
t lie drci's'in room anj ma.le
other iinprovrinents that add to the
appearance of the opera house an. 1 : structure partly demolished. In the
TtorltT ! VVIud at KaaM Dly Itieoadt
riOy MIIm mm Hoar. j
Kansas City Mo . Aug. 11. A wlnd-
rtorm that broke about 4 o'clock Sun-
day morning raged for half an hour
accompanied by lightning and rain. Ii
said to have been the severest In flf-
teen year. J
In the bu.dnM street numerous
plate gljs front mere broken signs
and awnings torn down and rickety
Vou can obtain IN'SURAN'CIC on your Gin House ami
Machinery Cotton and Cotton Seed bv applying to
Fire Tornado Life and Accident Policies issued in
reliable and staunch companies.
rtt'.n on St.ir B i!Mln stid tvk DU ngt and Contents
(jin liuutpa and Maclunrry.
my he has booked
tions to d;te for the
Card Troni Judje Ford.
To the Kagle :
On Saturday night an engine on
the I. O. N. railroad track blew
the steam whlstlo unreinlttingly for
several hour and until daylight
iiii.lt to..rf.lt.i Tli. n.l... .
I he Hryan Light (Juard are re.!tIi wlilntl waa such that People In
the nelghtxirhoiHl could not sleep
and were greatly annoyed. Thl
jueted to meet at the armory Wed
nesday night promptly at 8 o'clock
by ("apt. tJeorge Winter.
Little MUma Mant and i'unnit
Yarborough returned to Navaaota
yesterday after a ylt to their sister
Mine Lula Aaron and Mis Sadlo
Morrl of Houston are guentn of Mr.
and Mr. Jullu I.vy.
King 1'hone No. 6J f jr cotton seed
meal and anything else In the fetid
line. McOee'a Feed Store. 2lfl
The railroad tank having been
leased by privato parties all persons
are hereby warnod not to bathe or
otherwise trespa on ground. Any
perHoii found upon same will be
prosecuted. M. 1'arker I're.
214 II. A. Hurger See.
One two-story brick building on
Main street one brick building and
three vacant lota fenced on l.ryau
atreec. r.igni rent nouea lu the
city limits for sale. Applv to
uselcsa Mowing ol whistles to the
annoyance of the community should
be instantly stopped by the city
It I Intolerable and this I not
the only Instance. This outrage has
been practiced for month almost
nightly and our homes In the aouth
portion of town are rendered almost
uninhabitable San Antonio and
other towns In the state have adopt
ed ordinances forbidding the blow
ing ot whistle Inside the city limit
We greatly need audi au ordinance
in Hryan no town need it more. It
Is an actual necissity and ought to
be adopted speedily.
August 11th. Spencer Ford.
BUSINESS LEAGl'E TONIGHT.
An Important regular meeting of
the Business League will be held at
8::Wat K. of 1. hall. The election
of otllcer ami the dl.cuion of the
(pit'stlon of levees for the Itrazo
i river make It Important that all
member and alt persons Interested
Mr. Z. lionneville. ' attend the meeting.
residence district several thousanJ
itec were overthrown and numerous
window smashed. At daybreak the
sidewalk of the city were littered with
rubbish and branche of trees. Nearly
every householder suffered some Iom.
The local weather bureau report
that the wind blew at the rate of tlfty-
two mile an hour for seven minute
and that forty-five one hundredths of
an Inch of rain fell In fifteen minutes.
The Are department waa busy all Sun
day repairing damage.
A number of large building la the
business section were unroufed and
their contents damaged by rain. Uurn-
hsm. llanna Munger's new ware-
house at Eighth and liroadway suffer-
ed a loss of fifteen windows and the
stock sustained much damags by
Many buildings In Kansas City Kan.
W wwit th M'JTl'AL LtFK or Nw Tork. s comptnT cnarjad
la r-;--i to t and r.-nuiu to poll'-r buldr Ktlvt u low
or I iu Iti u ojr of U .ad: tig oom;n!r.
W !'i iaprtnr vldnt pollcl" and aapaoiallr call alt! Ion to oar
Tr.p. ! Cumulation A-idnt Pnli y imm ey oi jt tti
iaiYat miuni in tb wnrld i tba n rit.i a
(irmium aa rbaved tor double oomtitnauoo.
A. D. JVTCONNICO.
A 4 Aars Daa4.
New Tork. Aug. 11. Mrs. Ellta
Toung. the oldest actress of the Amer-
ican stage died Sunday at the Actor'
Fund home west New Hrlghton. Stat
en Island. She fell two weeks ago
and had one of her hips broken. Mrs.
Young was nearly 92 years of ag.
X.wi la llHaf.
Texarkana Ter. Is to hsv a trolley
system. A company ha been organ-
ised with f 100 .000 capital.
Varinn Martlndle aranei him tha
Jail at Anton. Tei . by digging a bol!
under the wall.
T)ler. Tel. will have a new school
building to cost S4MK).
Over 17.0WV.000 children are deprived
of educational privileges In Rula -
A monument to Nancy Hank the
mother of Abraham Lincoln will be
dedicated at Lincoln. III. on Oct 1.
A plague of stinging flies ha visit-
ed Waco Tea. and caused stock to
IN THE CENTER
OF THE TOWN.
The place to eat and drink:
we handle the FINEST
WINES LIQUORS AND
RIGHT IN THE
OF THE PUSH
IN THE CENTER
Drinks served by a skilled mixologist and flavored with cour-
tesy. Free ice water all the time.
Restaurant in connection.
W. T. FORD
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