Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TENTH YEAR, No. 166, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 18, 1905 Page: 2 of 4
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TIME TO PUT
Ata and Club Matters
Trp if i in Ri
IN ORDER! ;
Keen Klipper Lawn Mower. ball bearing
Whit Clou J Lawn Mower
Diamond Edge Lawn Mower
(iarden Hone 5 4 6 6 and 7 ply
GARDEN HOSE REPAIRED
Cole Hardware Company
EoUred it lh PostoBca ss sacoad olsss ftsil
BY COXNELLV CAKNES.
Pr Week. 16o
Per Month 40c
SUNDAY MORNING. Jl'NE 18.
BRYAN WANTS MOTOR CARS.
Busioess League of That Place Asks
Service to A. & M. College.
Colonel T. J. Anderson of the
Southern Pacific has received a
communication from the business
league of Bryan repeating that a
motor car service be ehtabliabed
between that point and College
Station. The distance is five miles
and the traffic heavy especially
during the school term at A. k M.
Colonel Anderson believes that
a single far can handle the traffic
at this point and give an hourly
service. The service will probably
be established by the time school
opens for the fall term.
This is regarded bv Colonel An
derson as an indication of the de
mand that will be made for the
motor cars for local service and as
an example of the localities in
which they may I practically em
ployed. Houston Chronicle.
SPUR TRACK AT COLLEGE.
Tbe Board of Directors Will Oct the
I. 4 0. N. to Give Tbem a Track.
At the recent session of the
board of directors of the A. v. M.
College the matter of getting a
track into the grounds was dis-
cussed and a decision reached to
ask the I. & U. N. railway com
paoy to run a cpur track into the
grounds for the purpose of more
conveniently delivering car lots of
freight. The track rill run back
of the mens hall cross the campus
road that leads wett and go to the
power plant and the barns.
The board contemplate using
lignite for fuel next year which
this move will enable them to de-
liver at the plant in car lots.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Reported by T. R. Batte & Co. Real
Ei late and Rental A(ents from
June i to June 17.
W. II Mcllrady aud wife to J C
Blume. 20 acres in the Brad us es-
tate; consideration 92iO.
8 A Bond to Brazos county land
in county; consideration 121.5.
J O Ross and wife and H Master-
sou to JW Batte 270 acres iu the
Zeno Phillips league; consideration :
J O Ross and wife and II Master-;
son to Frank Clark city lots; con-j
sl.Wratlon itO. I
J O Rom and wife and II Master-
son to Frank Clark city lots; con-
Lamar Bethea et alto Mrs Ruby
Cooper city lots; consideration
Anna E. Royder et tl to A II
Eaves Wellborn lots; considera-
Margaret Simpson et al to F E
(eisecke GU't acres la the Stephen
Jones league; consideration IfOO.
John It Fulkerson to Mrs Mary R
Henderson city lots; consideration
C S Santa ltosaa to Ellen Marrett
city lots; consideration $400.
W R Redden and wife to John B
Mike city lots: consideration tJOO
W F Sullivan to W H McUrady
interest lu A 8 Bradus estate; con
A J Holliday to A H Terrell. 190
acres Brazos couuty; consideration
A MODERN PARABLE.
Karnes County News.
Behold an advertiser went forth
to sow. And when he sowed some
seed fell into handbills and dozers
and the street cleaner came and
gathered them up. Some fell
anongst concert and theater pro
grams and the people being inter
ested in the performance and not
in the bargains they were left on
tbe seat or crumpled and thrown
on the Moor. Ana tome tell
among fake schemes and gift en
terprises and popular contempt
sprang up and choked them. Rut
some fell into legitimate newspa-
pers which found their way into
tho homes of the people who had
time to read them and thev bore
fruit some one hundred-fold some
sixty-fold and some thirty-fold.
ho hath ears to hear let him
Kmniel's Prickly Heat Powder cures
Prickly Heat K.xztma Chafing or
any skin Eruption. Every box guar-
anteed or money refunded. 2 cents.
EMMEL & MALONEY
.wests rn ioirxErs fixe chocolates
If it the weather your
head is hot let us top you
off with a straw thats cool
will make you look well
and feel comfortable at an
almost picayune price com-
pared to the quality. 50c
to $3.00. Another lot of
just received to be sold at
$6.00 also a nice assort-
ment of the latest styles
and colors in soft felt hats
just what you want for
commencement. Pay us a
EAGLE LIBRARY CONTEST.
How the Vole Stood Saturday Juoe 17
Tho table below tliowi how the
contest stood at last count yester-
H TUB Hid l.IBKAKY NO.l.
Alleu Academy 1099v6
Austin Literary Society A AM. 28(X!8
A. A C. Institute
Villa Maria Ursuline Academy 27.223
Tha period of the contest Is so
nearly closed that we have decided
to drop all the mailer contestants
that now have no chance for suc
cess. The contest will close Juris 21.
BUNKER HILL BATTLE.
Practically All Business Suspended at
Boston in Honor of It
Uoston June IT Practically aJI bus
iness activities In Itostnn were sus-
pended HuturUay In observance of tha
anniversary of the battle of rtunkr
HM. The patriotic celebration centr
ed as usual at Charlestown the urn
of the Umuui right.
Tha pretty home of Mr. and Mrs
W. 8. Howell baa been tut center of
gayety during commencement week
culminating in a lawn party on Wed
neaday n.'ght which was one of the
most artistio affairs planned by an
always succussful hostess. Japanese
decorations prevailed throughout
tho lawn being brilliant with the
gay colorings favored in fair Japan
showu in lanterns ruga stool and
Mrs. Howell received her guests
ou the veranda. In Una with the
hostess was a large receiving party
. Including Misses Pauline Webb Lu-
die Hatte. Helen DeMaret Alice
Wilson Mary Mclnnis Iouls
Hatte aud Ueorgo Tabor Imperson
ating jap gins following diese
came the honorees Including Misses
LouUe llrowu of Houston ; Kllzabeth
Penny of Calveton; Frances (lib
noil of Calvert ; FJsie Peck of I'orsl-
caua; Norma Calhoun of Houston;
Margui-iito Adams of Fort Worth;
Marguerite Cauty of Fort Worth;
Fannio Howell of Pallas; and Heinle
I.ee Williamson of lirenham; witli
their escorts; Mrs. J. Fred Smith of
Dallas. Mrs. (has. Mills of C'orsl
cann MiHes Fauuie aud Kmmie
Fountain and a number of Hp-an
A guessing contest ou the names
of Jap-Itusso admirals resulted iu a
pretty Japanese pin going to Miss
Ivis of College aud the gentlemen's
prize a paper weight iu the form of
a Japanese god was won by Mr. T.
K. Lawrence. A string baud was
stationed ou tha veranda and play-
ed during the receiving hours.
Lunch was served on the lawu iu In
dividual baskets Togo ice following
the salad course. Two bowls of
punch were provided on the lawu.
The commencement ball was un
usually pretty. The mess hall was
decorated lu the colors of tha class
of l'JOVi greeu and white. The Ugure
I'.tio In white electric globes biased
prominently over the archway dt
rectly opposite the entrance. Thi
grand march started promptly at 10
j o'clock being led by Captalu O. C
Street Jr. of Houston who this
year was the commanding otllcer of
company A. Miss Jessie llarth of
Kryan beautifully gowned lu white
shared the honors of tha grand
mareh with Capt. Street. More than
IcO couplea were lu the march and
many came out later o'l the trains
which were running every hour
from Bryan. At 3 o'clock Schramm
& Diehl's orchettra of Houston
struck up "Home Sweet Home
Koon after ttie last train departed
the campus lights went slowly out
the work of thetweiity-nintti session
of the Agricultural and Mechanical
college was a thing of the past.
Thre Expeditions to Co.
Ran Jose. Cal.. June 17 Professor
Cairipbtll of Lick observatory urcum-
ponied by other lintl-ia will o on
an ei etlltln to observe th total
eclipse of the nun Auk. t. Three expe-
ditions wl!l be sent out by the LI. k ob-
servatory one to fcpalu. one to tk')pt
and on to Ijibrador.
Is tho Name Diplomats Civs ths
Coming Psseo Mssting.
Washington. Juno IT. Alr.a.ly thi
poch nuiktns; mrrtlns; tn be heli be-
tween iilenlpf.t.ntl.irles of Ru-.ln -nfl
Japan to iIUcuks mn of ending the
war as the rtui-l.in tentatively e-
yt'rt ii. ii.-u received a nnme Jn lln-
patches to Kur.ipe from ernbaFies and
Ii cations here It U briefly term.-d "the
Washington conference . The announce
meiit of the selection of Washington as
the scen of peace making has cautvd
practically the entire diplomatic corps
to sunDcro Indefinitely Its prngramtne
for the summer. Decpits the rel'.era-
tlon of th bellhgerents that they
propose In mgoiiate directly with one
another. F.urnpcan powers 'are prepar-
ing to follow each step of the negotia-
tions as closely as possible. An In-
formal announcement was mail.' nt the
white house thst If. after the conven-
ing of ttie conference here the .-nl.
potentlarlcs are oppresse.l .y th. y
would probably adjourn to i.onn uut r-
Jng place In New Krurland. Thl has
i aroused the hope of the envovs of the
J neutral power that such fcl l be ihe
No Arrengemsnts Entered Into
ht. Petersburg. June 17. The rr-
elirn olTI.-.- nnnouni es th.it llussl.i has
j not entered Into any urr.mgemer.ls re-
1 f irJU.K Moron o.
Oue of the most pleasing social
events of the week was the aftsr
uoon with Mrs. II. U. KhoJes as
hostess. Mrs. Rhodes' gracious air
of hospitality is iufectious and her
guests are soou at ease when in her
presence. A few frienda had been
invited on Thursday afternoon to
play several games of euchre. Mrs
C. X. Williamson of Fort Worth
form erly a resident of Kryan is en
Joying a visit to Mrs. Ithodea and
other friends and to her preseuce
was due this pleasant a Hair. The
cool wide porch had leeu arraiiKed
for the comfort of tho guests and tha
gamea were played there aud greatly
enjoyed. No prlzea were giveu.
Delicious peach cream and angel
tood cake was served.
A number of the young men of tha
Kiii-Father club arranged a delight-
ful affair In honor of visiting young
ladies Thursday evening at tha Flu-
Feather lake. About twenty couples
and several married friends were In-
cluded in the party. Boat riding on
tha lake and dauciug at the club
house were the amusements aud a
Mexican supper was enjoyed. Tlis
affair was one of the most pleasant
of the gay week.
MUa Lillie Jd entertained a
merry party of young friends Fri-
day evening witli a lawu party at
the home of her parents Mr. aud
Mrs. Ii. L. Heed complimentary to
her friend and guest Miss Kula
Gregg of Pitts Bridge. About a
dozen couples were present and
greatly enjoyed the. evening. Ice
cream aud cake Were the refresh-
ments. A liop given complimentary to
visiting young ladies was enjoyed
Monday night at F.Iks' hall. About
fifty couples were present. The
grand UiKich was led l.y Mr. (). K.
Saunders and Miss Peeler of Austin.
Capital 0 60000
Surplus and Profits S 30000
Deposits - G30O00O.
We offer you a solid institution
and solicit your business
G. S. PARKER
A. W. WILKKKSOX
It holes ale and Retail
Ice Cream Parlor and Soda Fountain. All the Latest Drinks.
We serve with cream Nut Sundae Chop Suey
and Shredded Figs All Delicious. Specially
prepared to serve the ladies. Special attention
to all orders for cream in quantity delivered.
'PHOITE 3 21
. k M. College :
Tis srs ths Try flaest grids of
work snd quslitf cf roods
A FINE LINE or
Watches and Chains Diamonds mounted in all styles
sterling silver cut glass and silverware
lis sure soil s us st our new store
JNO. M. CALDWELL
Franklin is the man who sets tha pare for
all the rest in the ay of
Clean neat markets pure and choice meats.
His prices lead for
Hides Hogs and Good Cattle
2 MARKETS 2
ALAB ASTINE YOUR WALLS
Typhoid Fever Diptherla Hruall Pox tha germs of thesw deadly
diseases multiply in tha decaying glue present in all kalsoulnes
and the decaying pasta under wall paper. A LA HA STINK Is a dis-
infectant; it Uestroya disease germs and vermin; is manufactured
from a stone cement base hardens on the walls and is as endurlnir
as the wall itself. ALAHAST1NK Is mixed with cold water and
amy one can apply it. Ask for sample card of heautlful tints and
Information about decorating. Take n cheap substitute. Huy only
In 5 pound packages bold at
Haswell's Book Store
In one Mr thtr
hat btn a gain of
33 1-3 par cant in
tha nluma of out
b u t i n a $ $ .
Tha bast Hit of
t an tad in tha
Unittd Stat a a
'I V.JJ.- i n
try property ara
among our sptci-altits.
Have you a
UMICfc I'lloM s
KtSIDLNCC 'I'M' Nfc 1
...JNO. A. MOORE Jr.
Master Stuart Tabor U seriously
ill at the home of his p:.rruts. Mr.
and Mrs. It. O. Tabor.
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