Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TENTH YEAR, No. 266, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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A NEW TALL SUJUT
for the IF a I ir
New 1905 Catch
Maclertl and Shrtdcd Codjlsh
Heint Melt If In barrel
s7Rlcheliea Apple Butter S pound Jar
C7Freh National BUealk Co'i UaJtea and Cracker
Oar line of Ferndell Canned Oood U complete and for
quality la unexcelled
4 . onca tried J on
Chaaa A. Banborn'a Emperor Bleud Tea put op In 1-4 and
1-2 pound air tight sealed packages for lea tea
I pound make over 200 cape.
Tel ep hone 114
DANSBY & DAfJSBY
'RAILROAD TIME TABLE
H. A T. C. SCHEDULE.
NORTH BOUND TRAIN:
lfo.1 1:58 p.tn.
"fo.R U:48 a.m
BOUTH HOUND TkAINB!
Mo. I 8:40 p.m
No. 8 1.48a.tn.
I. A U. N. SCHEDULE.
booth bound train.
No. II arrive at 4:60 p. ni.
NORTH BOUND TRAIN!.
No. 12 arrive at t.10 m
The bt.it meat at Chaney'e. 208
Father Mllletello went to Muintord
Dr. A. Benbow ha returned from
One hundred piece new gingham
at Nutwood'. 1M)
Wauted Ten pound of clean rax
at y.agle office. 2C(J
Will 8. A Jama of Euulswas In the
It. M. Hall ot noun ton wa in the
It. F. Horton of Wheelock wa in
the city yetrday.
. Wm. Manthel of Korten wa In the
Abe Edel of lloustou wn In the
8. It. Dunn of Wheelock wa in the
I.. W. I. Qulnn wa her from
I.lou brand Shetland flop all mi-
tre at Norwood'. 29
See the 1A pound
by Chaney Hro.
Miss Bettle Johnson returned from
O. W. Morri wa here from Pitt
W. N. (Hate of Reliance wa in
the city yesterday.
Mr. Johnnie Koppe wa in from
Mr. and Mr. R. Nash wre visitor
fron Edge yeterday.
Kreah ahlpinentB of cake and
cracker. Howell Hro. 'J&S
Homer Rutherford of Auitln wa
in the city yesterday.
Ho to Norwood's for the famon
Lion braud hhetlaud tloa. WSI
' A. K. McSwaln of Rock Prairie
waa in the city yesterday.
Cha Carr left yeterday for a bus-
iness through Arkansas.
J. K. Payne and family of Edge
were In the city yesterday.
For Rent Mr residence fnr-
niched. Mr. I.aura Koppe. 2C9
Phone SiO for yonr meat and mr-
ket product r ree delivery. 2tW
C. A. Harrl left yesterday for
Brownsville and Matamoraa.
Football! A. and M. v. T.C. IT.
at College Saturday afternoon. 2C7
and bottle quality unexcelled
we guarantee satisfaction
will uaa do other 4
Ionl Olaie and Henry liowman
of Kenchley were here yeaterday.
Fourteen yard of 8 cent bleached
domestic at Norwood'a for 11.0a rw
Mr. It. II. Haltom of Kenchley
waa vUitinjr. In tha city yesterday.
J. E. Rullock and wife of Rteep
Hollow were In tha city yesterday.
8. I. Dowllug sold two loada of
flnehogetoH. II. Franklin yeater-
day. O. J. Scrlmshire and J. E. John-
son were tier from Mllllcan yeater-
day. The Elke held a meeting Wednes-
day night and Initiated Mr. W. C.
Read Fountain Co.' "black-
board" on second page. Change
Mr. E. J. Fountain left yester-
day for Houston to visit Mr. John
You get it at Norwood' the cele-
brated I. Ion braud Shetland floes iu
all color. WJ
Miits Elon I-eaehe left for Hunts-
ville. Ala yesterday after a visit to
relative at Edge.
Prof and Mrs. Drummond and
Prof and Mrs llargls were visitors
from College yesterday.
A ruling good Inter-rolleglate
football gam at College Saturday
afternoou. Dou t miss it! mi
Fresh popcorn and peanuts at our
store every afternoon from 4 to 6
O'clock. Nedbalek k Syptak. 2M
Five hundred pair of boy and
children cent stocking at or
wood's for 16 cent a pair. 2i3
Fresh popcorn and peanuts at our
store every afternoon from 4 to 6
o'clock. Nedbalek A Syptak. 2 A
Mrs. It. V. Kernole oilers a good
cook stove and house furnishing
good for sale. Phone or call t see
Take your pretty picture to Car-
ter'a studio for uew Ideas in framing.
New Hue of moulding and pu-tnre
J. T. Dye lef; yesterday for Hy-
att Tyler county accompanied by
I.ouis Mnsgrove who has beeu here
on a visit.
LV C 1 gm Vf.li mnrrA th.L .r.l
Ml K n gmtm nir uriiris. in r-
change for wood corn or feud afotf
. I . . t L. If. .. I ' I I I
We are now Belling dally flue ten
der young meat from HO calve
bought of J. C. Chaney. Chaney
tin. Phone 830. 2(M
Mr. Dao Zimmerman and family
and Mr. Emily Zimmerman and
son left yesterday for their new
home at Brady City.
Tobe Smith. C. May. Tom Stover.
Will Mallett Mr Murrah.Ed Mur-
rah and other were here from Grime
The I. A U. N. is dumping
several car loads of gravel of Hryan
street to make some much needed
repair on the street.
We manufacture six kind of sau-
sage. t)ur aausair maker la an ex-
pert with thlrt-flve years' ex-
perience. Chaney Hro. 2G8
The Greatest Line of Men's Clothes
at $10 $12.50. $15. $18 $20. $22.50 and $25.00
at $1.50 $2 $2.50 $3 and
imf $ it
-"8aV"; a m n '
WlM t '
The new Autumn styles in Men's Hats Shoes
W. H. HarfleM ha returned from
Alvardo where h was called on ac
count if the lllnee of hi eUter. and
report her much Improved.
Fire w discovered In a conveyor
at O. S. Parker's gin venterday. but
waa speedilv eitiuguiithed the dam-
age being of slight consequence.
J. N. Johnsou of Wellborn aa in
the' city yesterday. Mr. Johnson
expect to move the latter part of
the week to Treat Taylor county.
II. P. WlUon luvlte your patron-
age for all kinds of first Class fresh
meats and market products. Konec
cny stand city market building.
Telephone 81. dlo5-tf
Mr. O. C. I'tsey left yesterday for
Hrady City to Join her husband who
haa purchased and ia ronnlng a gin
there. I hey will remain through
the cotton season.
Have your stoves repaired before
cold seta in. I can mend any part
broken and give satisfaction. Buy
and sell second-hand stoves. Billy
Urimn phone zl7. uovl'i
Mr. T. Y. Pettua and Mr. M. W.
Davia. daughter of Mr. 8.
li. Buchanan returned to San An-
tonio yesterday after a visit to Mi.
Bud Mr. Buchanan.
(let your season tickets for the
Central Texa Fair now on ale at
Norwood Parke V Waldrop'a.
Hunter A Chatham's. Wilson A
Edge's. Hsswell's. Emmel A Malo-
tiey' Post Office Drugstore M. H.
II. L. Wilson of Tabor told the
Eagle reporter yesterday that he
has not failed to make good crops
for two year now ha made a half
bale to the acre each year. He ha
sold eight bales at an average ot ten
cents and will hold what lltlU he
ha left for teu cent.
Don't forget the football game at
College Saturday afternoon betweeo
Texas Christian I'nlvenity of Waco
and A. and M. A lively scrimmage
over the pigskin is going to be Poll-
ed off 267
W. ft. Williams and family. Allen
llonklns and family Van Haley. W.
H. James. E. Kwell. J. E. Ho well
Oliver Williams. Mis Esshj Wil
liam. Mis lU.ie r-evy and other
were here yeaterday from Madleon
The new well at the fair ground
haa been completed and ta ninety
feet deep and filled with water to a
depth of seventy feet. J.R.Steven-
sou ha placed a gasoline engine at
the well to aupply an abundance of
water for the fair.
Messr. Connelly it Caroea: You
will please advise your reader that
I am too busy to write advertise-
tneut. Just phone engagement
when they want to poe for a pretty
picture and oblige
For Sale I have on hand a num-
ber of ae court hand e wing machines
some of them as good a new which
I am offering at greatly reduced
price 87.UO to HSU). O. I.. Miller
next door to A. W. Buchanan 4 Co'
Yeaterday afternoon as the north
bound H. 4 T. C paanenger moved
away from the depot ud the ooo-
due tor and brakeman swung outo
to the step leaving the coast clear
a daring roadster darted huder the
middle coach and climbed swiftly
upon the rear truck while the Blo-
ated onlooker were holding their
breath expecting to see him caught
and crushed to death. Instead be
rode out of town with the sang froid
of a Pullman passenger. We have
seeu a good inauy train catcher
but this fellow was the limit.
our Boys suits
$3.50. They are unmatchable
Next week old Bryan will be in gala attire the town
will be full of visitors and everybody will be dressed in
If you want to be sure that yonr fall suit is abso-
lutely correct in every detail as to fit. style and fabric
you should come here and select it from our immense
No such collection of Men's High Grade Wearing
Apparel ever shown in Central Texas. A superb as-
sortment of the seasons choicest styles and fabrics cut
in the height of fashion and of the highest type of work-
manship at prices far below what you would pay for
the same goods in the larger towns. Our range of sizes
is so complete that no matter what your size or shape
may be we can fit you perfectly.
We call your special attention to our handsome Fall
$12.50 $15.00 18.00
and Haberdashery are here in greatest profusion.
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