Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 234, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 6, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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F-rodrll Blload Ploeappl o
Food at mini-
mum prior at rn
In the bom.
priori at whli b
w Mil tbli
The lynlem and cleanliness of our store will invite your
patronage. Satisfaction guaranteed.
DANSBY & DANSBY
R. Q. TAUOR Agent
Mil W LIFE INSURANCE
CO. OF NEW IX
fl.dT C. SCHEDULE.
NORTH IIOt'Mt TKAINS:
No. 1 4:19 a in
No. 3 3:1)6 p.i.i
No. 6 12:3.' a.m.
No. 7 (Waco) 10:44 a.m.
HofTH HoL'M ThAIN:
No. 2 12:! p.m.
No. 4 4:04 p.m.
No. 6 2:i. m.
No. H (Waco). . 6:4Up.m.
I.A O. N. SCHEDULE.
MOI'TH IKil MH TRAI.
to. 1 arrive at 4:15 p. in.
No. 7 arrives at X::i3a. m.
NORTH BOI NIl TRAIN'.
No. 2 arrives at 12:01 p. tn.
No (j arrives at 11 :5a p. in.
Fresh Mackerel at Clarke A Foun-
All the lat-wt wruvn at Wagner A
M. Keolech of Ktirten was In the
Warner A Itramlou for the ltt
In dreas goods. Z'A
O. II. Hrogdou came up from
See Wagner A Brandon before
buying a dress. ZU
Mr. and Mra. Walter Knox are vis-
iting at Mllllcan.
A. 11. Carr Jr. returned from a
business trip yesterday.
Frank Wilson was heregfroiu the
Braio bottom yesterday.
3rt inch flannelette at Wagner A
A. I. Todd and family of Harvey
were in the city yesterday.
Warner A Brandon's headquar-
ter fur lluo dre good. ZX
Three milk cows for sale. Apply
to M. L. Wallace. l' ;5
Robt. W. Howell left yeaterday
for a Tlsit to Nashville Tenn.
Wagner A Bran Ion can aav you
money on drea goods. 235
Heary camel's hair suiting for
akirta at Wagner A Brandon's. 233
Zibeline granite voile audcanvaa
In black at Waguer A Urandon'a.
French albatroaa and nuns-veiling
for walata at Wagner A Brandon's.
For white auita aee the Bedford
cord at Wagner A Itrandon'i Z&
Drop ornaments to match dreaa
good a at Wagner k Urandon'a. ZT
White black and colored broad-
cloth at Wagner A Urandon'a. ?3j
Major Win. Klrlicka and wife of
Hearna were vlaitora to the city yea
Mra. Dan Matthew of Chapel
Hill ia the guest of Mra. I'aul M.
The largest and beat aelected stock
of ilreaa gooda at Wagner A Uran-
Mra. J. F. t'arks returned yeater-
day after viaititig relative at Milli-
liig line of outing flannel IkHIi
llifht and dark colon at Wagner A
Mrs. H. K. Murrell of llouaton ar
rived yesterday to visit Mrs. K. 8.
Mi Clara Kaatham arrived from
Ueaumont yesterday to re-enter the
Marriage licenses have been Is
sued to Hylvanua Cooper and Ruth
Liatl Sam Walker and Adllue
Mia Nellie Killeen of Houston
and MiM iSophla Lesaere of Oalves-
ton left yesterday after a viait to the
Mra. H. M. Watdrop announcea the
owning of her private school Mon-
day September 14 for pupils from
first to sixth gradea. ir
Mia l'enrl Hogers stopped here
betw-vn trains yeattrday en route
home to lieagau t rum Navaaota and
Wft the gueat of Mins I.oula Coulter.
do to Wagner A Ilran lon'a for
hop sacking voile granite canvaa
etrtinino iillmtroHH nuua-veiling and
Venetian in black for skirts or auita.
Our entire line of soft and
stiff Hats for the coining
fall and winter have arri-
ved and now await your
inspection the line this
season contains some very
handsome styles includ-
ing a number of entuely
new shapes and colors.
Jt etson 's
V a r s i 1 y
See our Window Display
of new fall styles
t f T : f 1
1 Hil'T 4 eni'r
L. J. Cox
We'll Irtta Into your gutter
And drllrer at ronr door
A fine r grada of bultrr
Than jou rrr at tttor.
We'll alio bring a chunk of rbeea
That'll make vou long for more;
W aim lb pli'ure to pkaao
With tootbanm bit galore.
The sewing circle held a business
meeting with Mrs. F. K. Pryor on
Tuesday afternoon with a full atten-
dance. They decided to meet once
a week alternately with the mem-
bers beginning October 6 with Mra.
Malcolm Carnea. Kxcepting visitors
to the city gueata will not be enter-
tained by the club the coming year.
Mra. Pryor aerved dainty refresh-
ments Ice tea sandwiches olives
and aalted peanuts.
The prohibitionists announce an
excursion to Mllllcan this morn-
ing to hear Mrs. Zehner apeak.
II. A T. C. train leaves Uryan at 9:30
a. in. ami leave Mllllcan at 1 :.) p.
m. Hound trip 75 cents.
They ate here aee them the t-
moua tjueen (Quality ahoea for la-
dies. None surpass them for atyle
fit and quality. Hold only by Wil-
son A Kdge. 234
Service are announced at the
Christian church this morning at 11
by the paator. There will be no aer-
vicea at night on account of the un-
ion services at the prohibition tent.
Ira Caiu the lihmrinn at the A. A
M. College wa a pleasant visitor at
the F.aglo oitU'e yesterday. Mr.
Cain conn from Htephenville.
For Sale One good delivery wag
on two mull' and two Jernev row.
frmh In milk. Chan. Kiioblituch.23t
11 l'it Cirapea California Pears.
IN aches drapes F.tc always at
II.. 11 Pro. 3.17
Uefore buying dreaa good call ami
examine our large line. Wagner A
Try us this mouth we will please
you. c larke A rountain. 3.'ll
If you are looking for iuality try
"Monarch" it coata no inre. Clarke
A Fountain. 2.14
W. C. T. V.
Prouram for met ting to be held on
Tuesday Sept. H 4 p. in. at the M.
K. church .
:t. Heading of paper by Mrs. J. I).
West. Subject The lllble versus
Strong Drink in connection with
Bible readings by the member.
4. Business routine.
Honorary members and all who
are Interested in the work are in-
vited to be present whether a inein-
her or not.
Mrs. J. I). West Pres. Mrs. I). C.
Zuber Supt. of press work.
ACADEMIC AND COLLEGIATE LNSTHTTE
The second sesaiou of the Uryan
Academic and Collegiate Institute
j will open Wednesday September
For girls and boys.
Primary academic and collegiate
Special attention given to tnuslc.
Hates of tuition : Primary depart-
ment per mouth tl.&O; academic
department per month. 12 CO; col-
legiate department per mouth 13 5).
Music from 4)3.00 to WOO per
Board may bn had In good families
for 'J im and 110 0 per month.
Addreaa Hev. A. M. Stewart
J. L. Kdge Principal.
231-4'J Bryan. Texas.
CARD OF THANKS.
To the many frit nd who ao kindly
rendered us assistance upon the oc
casion of the death of my luiabaud
I desire in behalf of myself and fam
ily to return sincere thanks. The
many attentions and acta of kind-
ness are appreciated.
Mrs. Nannie Bolide.
V HAVE YOU GIVEN Z
J Jno. M. LAWRENCE )
& CO. ANORDER
FOR THIS MONTH
NOW B TIE TEE
The cotton receipts of the local
yards and warehouses to date this
season are as follows:
Lawrence Warehouse 772
Hrick Warehouse 370
Stover's Cotton Yard 1R5
Hound Hales 250
District court convenes Monday.
Sam Levy went to Houston yes-
terday. Mrs. R. J. Ford is visiting in
O. XV. McMIchael went to Houston
H. M. Carver of Tyler was In the
W. J. Walker Is visiting relatives
Nice Irish potatoes only 30 cents
per bucket at I). Mike Jr.'s. 2:r7
Mrs. C. Mendola and Mrs. L. U.
Mendola are visiting in Houston.
Miss Mattie Norrls Tabor returned
from a visit to Waco yesterday.
H. Hbisa left yesterday for Dallas
Fort Worth and New Orleans yes
Dr. H. M. Harrison left for Quln'
cy III. yesterday after a visit to
W. E. Saunders.
Watt Deatonof Pueblo Col. is
here visiting his brother W. A.
Deaton and family.
Miss Alice Kaule returned to
Honston yesterday after a visit to
Mrs. H.T. Lewis.
Remember Joe H. Reed writes in
surance for both women and men for
policies of r0 and up. 2:Xl
Miss Kstelle Mosquowiti returned
to Houston yesterday after a visit to
Mlaa Hilda Japhrt returned to
Houston yesterday after a visit to
Miss Julia Wipprecht.
The II. A T. C. sold thirty tickets
to Houston and eight to Galveston
yesterday for the excursion
Mrs. C. E. Leonard of Hous-
ton left for Navasota yesterday after
a visit to Mrs. J. L. Hearne.
Preaching at the Christian church
this morning at It by the pastor. No
service tonight owing to speaking at
the tent by Mrs. Zehner.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E.Jones returned
to Eagle Lake yesterday after a visit
to relatives. They were accompan-
ied by Miss Mattie Foster.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Patterson went
to Houston yesterday to visit rela-
tives. They were accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. John Potts of Waco.
Joe It. Heed on yesterday received
.3inO for Mrs. T. I. Grace the
amount of her late huabAiid's bene-
ficiary certificate lu the Knights of
Howell Bros hove received from
the Vaude rbilt ftrim of Biltmore
near Aahvillx N. C a Berkshire
l ig of an Impo-itcd airo and dam.
the sire having rect nt ly sold at auc-
Prof. and Mr. It. W. South have
returned home the former from tak-
ing a special course at the universi-
ty of Chicago and the latter from
visiting in Kentucky. Prof. South
has been added to the faculty of the
Mrs. A.C. Zehner spoke for pro-
hibition before a large audience at
the rent yesterday afternoon. The
tent was filled to overflowing and
many stood outside or sat In vehicles.
She will speak at Mllllcan this
moriiiugat II and in Bryan at the
tent again tonight. Everybody in-
vited. Mia Nannie Berry man announce
the opening of her music class st the
graded school Monday Sept. It. In-
structions given on piano mid string-
ed instruments. Miss Berryinan de-
sire to express her thank for the
patronage she has enjoyed In the
pist. and hope for its continu-
Premier Canned Good have no equal
Sudder's Maple Syrup-the best
Mrs. Kidd's Pin-Money Pickles are gaining favor
Our line of Pickles Cereals and Fancy Goods of
all kinds is complete in every way.
JNO. II 1AWINCIE
is one of the great
pleasures of life! It
follows then that we
and our customers are
especially well pleased
We put forth our bett
efforts to buy the most
tasteful lines of
that can be gotten for
the price. Daily we
a I e receiving new
goods and shall be
pleased to show them
T1 "SlU" aooboa trarnrn
mm Bkrani fw . mmuc
na la fn mnt t '
ml i aim " on-tul eo
km aowtlvei caoiw out 4 tm.
Gm mm S'
Agvnta for Brjtn aad Collet.
We have a few Ice
tors Water Cool-
ers and Ice Cream
Freezers on hand
which we are of-
fering at actual cost.
Place is where you get polite and uptodate
treatment; also distributor of the celebrated
GEISHA RYE WHISKY
Luther Tavlor Pron.
PR VAX. TFX AS.
As the cnon advances you will need more fcoNtuff.
1 he place to buv them cheap and secure promt attention
to vour orders is HENKV Jfc MKOCJDON'S. We carry
.Hid can make the lowest prices. We handle corn oats
all kinds of hay and cotton seed products everything in
the feed line. Turnip seed it bulk.
HENRY & BROGDON
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