Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TENTH YEAR, No. 310, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 3, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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A and Club Matters
St. l'rsula'a Reading Club of Villa
Maria hf lil a twt Interesting meet-
log oil Tuesday evening last. The
club has Ukm up tha study of Scott's
'Ivanhoe" by way of supplementary
clan work and the papers In con-
nectlon with this delightful hlstor.
leal novel were Instructive as well
as entertaining. Ml" Matthew pre-
sented the "Jew of the Middle Atfes"
in all otiulence and abjection.
Mlii Harris portrayed In well chosen
words the fearless daring character
of the li.trepld Hichard Coeur de
Lion" while MUi Lewla traiiiported
ua to the brilliant "Tournament"
where gallant krjlht and fair lady
alike enjoyed the scene of chivalry
and prowess the noble ateed lu hla
ailver trapping the glittering lance
aud armor the plumed helmet were
all vividly brought before ui in daz-
On Friday afternoon the school
was assembled to hear the reading
of percentage for the month of
November. The senior classes were
examined in ancient history physiol-
ogy geolojry and mythology. The
following neat program relieved the
heavier examination work :
Opening hymn Vocal Clans
Sella the Heautlful" Kssay
Mitts A. Conway.
'(ueeu Alice" Recitation
Miss F. Fountain.
"Ave Maria" Mascagnl
Miss J. McConulco.
Violin obligato Miss L. Stevens
"t )rlgln of Mythology" Kssay
Miss L. Stevens.
'The rriucess' Feather.. Hecltation
Miss It. JehVr.
"Reverie" Violin solo.. .Fauconler
Miss II. Carroll.
Itelow are given the rolls of honor
and merit for the month:
Honor Roll Misses It. Gibson K.
Ward S. Dunn J. Matthews K.
Itles M. l'olansky A. DuWalt L.
Nelson A. Riviere N. I.acour M.
WollT It. Cunningham A. Valouch
M. Luza I.. Mike and M. J. Robin-
son. Merit Roll Misses II. Carroll A.
Field M. Harris. X. Lewis A. Ni-
laud F. Morris. S. l'rlie N. Daily
A. Rohde II. Conltz It. Nail (
Franklin and F. Holland.
The annual Tliitnknlvi.i 1 1 i at
College Friday evening given com-
plimentary to (In- football team was
successfully carried out notwith-
standing the downpour ot rain. The
crowd was largi considering the
weather and iutte large enough f-r
everybody to have it good time.
There were probably twenty-live
vikitlng ladies on IIik campus and a
number who are visiting in this city
lu addition to Hryau and College
ladles. The grand march was led
by Mr. R. L. Rurney of the corps ot
cadets and Miss May Hess Orr of
One of the most unique aud clever-
ly devised entertainments given by
the Bachelor (iirls this season oc-
curred Wednesday afternoon with
Miss Lucy Hoard as hostess. The
pretty parlors and (lining room were
tastefully decorated with Mowers
and bright with the gleam of tiny
caudles. Resides the club members
a number of invited guests were
present aud a football game of "il"
was played the visitors representing
'Varsity and the club members the
A. and M. College. The scorn cards
were hand-paluted footballs and
each player represented a member
of her respective team. The game
was called at 3 o'clock and the In-
terest was great. With the final
score Miss Alma Cole won the club
prize a handsome A. and M. pen-
nant which was presented by Miss
WHO FILLS YOUR
Every business has it's leader
and with us it is prescriptions. Our
prescription department is perfect
in all of its appointments our
drugs and chemicals are the finest
obtainable. You receive the best
service here where graduate or reg-
istered pharmacists only fill your
prescriptions and the compounding
is done by accurate and scientific
methods. Our prices arc always
fail never excessive.
i I ' - - -
Ad Hoard lu clever original rhyme
The guesta prize a 'Varsity pen-
nant was cut for by all the guests
Ml" Nellie Iiatte being the success-
ful one. At the conclusion of ti e
game a salad course followed by an
ice was served.
Misses Irene Keeling aud Marie
Adams Informally entertained fif-
teen or twenty couples last evening
at the the home of Miss Adams com
plimentary to Mlssea Durst and Grif
fith of Dallas and Crum of Louisville
Kr. Oamea and conversation occu
pied the hours most pleasantly and
the guests were served with orange
Ice aud angel food.
The Mutual Improvement Club
held a delightful open meeting Wed-
nesday lu the club rooms at Carne-
gie library. A feature of the meet
ing was the report of the federation
meeting by Mrs. M. W. Sims. The
program on "Woman" waa espec
ially interesting aud original toasts
on the same subject were much en-
Joyed In response to roll call. The
program also embraced the follow-
ing pleasing numbers:
Song Mrs. W. C. Davis
Piano Solo Miss Wilson
Taper "Woman as a Novelist of
Today" W. C. Davis
Reading Mrs. W. S. How. II
Discussion. Why I am a ClubWoman
Misses Durst of Dallas Klttrell of
Houston Crum of I.oulsvllIe Miss
(larthand Miss Marie Adams will
be at home with Miss Keeling at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. K. J.
Fountain this afternoon.
FREE MAIL DELIVERY.
Postmaster Myers Officially Instructed
to Establish Five Routes la Brazos
County Feb. I 1906.
Following upon the report of
Mr. II. U. Lat-h fent here Home
time ago to investigate the desir-
ability of establishing free rural
mail delivery in Rrao County
Mr. J. Allen Myers poastruaiter
of Bryan was mi yesterday otli-i-iully
instructed to establish live
free rural route out of Bryan on
Thursday Feb. 1 l'.KXi giving
a daily mail service anil will act
Five carrier- will be employed
and nill leave Bryan every morn-
ing about 10 o'clock distribute and
colled the mail along their fever
al routes- and return to Bryan in
the afternoon giving u large pro
portion of the country people ol
the county all the advantage of
daily mail service enjoyed by the
people in towii. The only ex
pense and trouble they will have
will be to purchase one of the re
gulation mail boxes to be put up at
an accessible place.
All route- begin at the Bryan
poHtolIke. Koutes No.l and No
4 pay carrier's salary of 7'20 per
year. Koutes No. 3 and No. 5 pay
702 per year and Route No. 2
pays per year.
Iloute No. 1 goes out by the Macy
and Dillashaw Tap roads; to J. A..
I). Robinson's and V. L Kdge'
thence to Kelley's gin Mt. Olive
church Brockman corner and back
to Bryan. Total distance 21 1-10
miles. Number of houses reached
110; population eerved 5o0.
Koute No. 2 goes; out the
Wheelock and old San Antonio
roads and come hark through the
Iligg neighborhood. Total dis-
tance 22 miles. Numler of houses
I t I
For Men and Boys.
Complete line just re-
ceived for the next
season. N o w is the
time to buy.
resi-heil llii; piipulation eervt!.
UoUte No. .'! kiik out the
Htrvey und Ferntiion crosKin
road' ami huk on the Sulphur
Spring roi. I. Total iliftsnce '2-1
miles'. Nutnlier of houses reached
11(1; population ervd .V0.
Itollte No. 4 pies down tile Cnlb'k'e
and Wclllioru road and the Hatte's
Ferry road to M Inter Spriuits and
l'ruvldeiu-e and back by tlie Kuowles
place.' Total distance iiiiIi-r.
Number of liniifces reached l'J5; pop-
ulation nerved -''i
Koute No. 6 goes out by (entry's
Store Sinetaiia and Hatte's Store
returniug by the Sandv I'oint to.l
Total distance Zi miles. Number ol
houses reached 110; population
Thus it will be seen that the tlvo
routes cover a total distance of lis I
miles reach Mil house and serve a
total population of :i'.V5 'I'M mark
the bcpniiiiiK of rural free mall de-
livery (u Hratos county after no lit-
tle etfurt Hil l an'ltatiiiii aud the ser-
vice will be cordially Welcoinxd.
BREATHE HEALING BALSAMS
M)omci the Guaranteed Catarrh Curr
Endorsed by Physician.
No one should confound Hymni-I
with the patent liicdicnns that ar
advertised to cute catarrh. It is a
superior to tl cm all as the diamond
is more valuable than cheap las.
Their couipodllinn is secret hut H.v-
olliel Kivea its formula lo all reputa-
Its base is the famous cucalyptii
oil well known for ItHantlseptlcipial-
ites. Thi i combined with aromatic
and healing hum. ami tmlnnins mak-
ing a pure lill. Which When Ufti'il
in the Mm. in. i pocket inhaler till
tho air you br.mthf with (;-nil kill-
inif diseane d t ri i.v i ii jf ancl IihmIihu
powers tliat restore health to every
Jiart of the throat nose anil luiik'
llyomei is endorsed by pliyslciaiiN
irenerally. Many of them use it
themselves to bleak up a Cold and
prevent pneumonia. It Is the only
natural aud rational way of curing
Would it be a common sense treat-
ment to try and cure a corn by stom-
ach dosing'.' Is it not just as fonlikh
to try and cure catarrh by swallow-
ing tablets or liquid? The only nat-
ural way to cure this disease and all
diseases of the repiratry orgrus In
to breathe llyomei.
This treatment has been so sue-
crssful curing U.t per cent of all
who have useil it. that llyomei i
now sold by I'. J. Jenkins under an
absolute Kuaraiiteo to refund the
money if it does not cure. You run
no risk whatever in buying Hynmei
If it did not posse unusual powers
to cure it could not be sold upon
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
13 RYAN TluXAS.
Capital - - $ 50000.00
Surplus - - 10000.00
Undivided Profits net 30000.00
Xii othe" lUnk In TeHS mil
in deposit a t-an tho City National
experienced business men. Wo are prepared to take care of any business entrusted to us large or small.
We thank our friends for th confidence they have placed in us in the past and we solicit their
future business. We also solicit the business of those who have never patronUod this bank promising
you the very best of service and accommodations consistent with good banking.
We are not the depository for Hryau and Hraios County. We refused to pay Interest on thoast
accounts. If the City and County tret Interest on their 'deposits why not the individual? We oiler ySu
It ED HALL President. C
Burglars Ef"ct an Entrance to Bank
at Carrollton Ts.
Ifcula. !. I. Tlio bank al ';ir-
rollton a town In tho northwest pail
of this county wit rntereil by luirif-
lam Krl'lay nlKlit. The afo was Mown
open ami II. .''" of tin- fumls of I In- In-
stitution securnl Sheriff l.lit.r
was notlfl-d ami with a posse pro-
renin! at once ! Hie Heine. hut Ho
mlsrf eanlH- u h ir.ilioutx were not dw
l ni n il
SOLD STALE STEAK.
San Antonio Mjnaijrr ot Smolt PjcV-
mg Company Pl.ided Guilty.
Kati Antonio -r 2. In pullc con t
V. K Haw klaxon. I'ic .il inuiiaK'''
I li Jv 'ft I'.u'i.Oii; 1 oiiiimiiy. l" :ii !(
KUllty to two eh. hk. of rHIinit ( 1 . t
(chol-nine iin:-t II Kim f ti- I 11
rnch 1 iixr t a!l- -l that .w : .
puuil'l of M...e MM.it rlr -ol-l dul'n '
the H i cut f.iir
Ceswa of Beth Trains Miraculously ft
caped Senoua Injury.
ilifon. I in- KtlKllii - of lior!:-.
iui'1 sunt i 1 1 u ixl fi-I "lit tr.ii'M colli'!. 1
nt t pr near Houston. S itur l
! nioriilut:. V'Tinii l 1 1 1 ) 11 1 1 f 1 '.i;iki 11. in
I C.corir llli'ir. illti hlnir an cnt-lin- . I
two car- ( mii' tniln w:n t.i'dtiLT a
I track w to 11 tin- nth- r ii.inlml Into
KtiKlii'- 1 H'i icli c u'. hi -ly 1 c.i ii .
I ;rectic. - . I l-i S!ou-:.o:i .
I ef i i" . a '!' -I at ! I i' ' i w i i 1 .
I r. ti y nr.
"The New Liberal Movrmrnt In C.
ligion." It Is C: jllcd
v. w v.uk. !. I: v i c r..:-
Inch. mi. lc.ir of ll-x:u; Kim. c I n i
year :iK' violeiitlv utl.uk-. I :i-ii..
I'ltt-r. has ri liitin'1 heje lo nin I i
Hew cult wlilch In- call "Tin- in u HI
erul inuvcin' nt in tension" e
It a a MiTi- in i i;la.
Dr niliiiKlia'n xai.l Hirtt he w.nill
tak Hi-tillll aK.llll.-t It lll Potter lie
fnie both tie Ian c uuiti ami tlo.i
clr-l.itl i (iiurtc chari;lii( him ui:li
R.-curlnif tmineyn u:i.er fal.- pri-tni
Kxialiilni; Ihl. action the vlcur -in I
"I llaV.' tint fclnil up lliy fl Is lit ilKll i '
ntu.illKin In our church notw Ithm n I
Ins- the fai t thut I am now iromuin..
In ir a new- religious movent tit to ln
away with .Interna unil rltuallum I
want to see rltiiall'm driven from the
sanctuaries of our church uml will al-
ways work lo that end Now. It htncM I
tie known that every Mshop In
Protectant r.l'lscopnl church nt hi" .
secratlon take nn oath In pr-f-iv t
churi h .i h in if t tie itini it hi. ! n i I
It ua fniiii'l. .1 .m a pio m I i
thl viry thl ik I am flrhll'i.: . .1
i hurcliiNin. i i t tl. i !i ;n. con"' '.(.. I
the like "If V;i !.:'! . I n; .!it . ;
ha v lol.it d Itii- 1. .If- and b i -i'ilii.
iiimiii ) tn k - p in i i -iur I
a St Mary the Wrvt-i :' ! ti. inl-
and the other t iki in n ii i n. i mi l .
a false pret.-lnte 1 1 me n y p-.pi .. 1
ad loll . "
Oio Man Killsd. Four Fatally H ir:.
Another Badly Injured.
New York. Idc J As the r-ult of!
the d hlnir of a faxl flylnir v. t . i . I
expre.. train throiiKh a conMnjcti i :
crew lu n tunnel mi the Krle road at !
Jersey (Mty Stanl-law .MmiHa-ter ol j
Jersey City wn killed ntilrlKht John
lloba.-kl. William liietree. Vim n.
Kurilnka and ;ori;e Yatarl.-k sin-. H
Is said mortally Injured and nimtlii
innn luolly hurt.
The men were worklna; on the ea t-
bound truik of the Kile uliout Cnfl f 1 1
west of the tillinel's mouth. Tin Ir
barks were toward the advancing tialn
The train Itself known as No 14.'. tl-
"Western Hyer" was heavily lad n
and ru. tihiK behind time. Tin- Klgnals.
Hk'Hs arid tower hlr.'nal showed the
track all lear and the i iiKltie ilrhi r
was ffoioK ut a h'Kh speed when the
traln t-wept around a curve and upon
the cantr of laborer.
SAW SINKING STEAMER.
Belgian Vessel Picked Up Stven of the
III-Fated Craft's Crew.
Iover. Kmc. l: 2. The r.elKlan
steamer I'hllllppcvllle fro mAntwirp
for tVliit'i report a slnklnir steamer
nam not kivi-ii Mmtti. a-t ( lium---ness
early Hatunlay inortilr-tf. Th
rtillllpevllle picked up seven of !
crew of the alnklna vensel tuid pm
reeded for Southampton.
Deposits - - 44UUUU.UU
show as larire a tierceiitae of Increase
Hank of Hryau for the past threw
S. rAKKHK.'Vice l'resint.
IF YOU ARE GOING TO THE
OLD STATES DURING THE
The southern Pocilie
CHEAP RATES TO ALL POINTS IN THE
SOUTHEAST and NORTH CENTRAL STATES
Round Trip Tickets on Sale Dec. 21 22 & 23
HKTUHN IUMIT :IU UAVS.
Kor further Isfnrinstlnn consult nrarett
Railroad Ticket SK Bt. or wnta to
T. J. ANDKKSON
(it-ii. l'aN. A-eiit.
. .ri- -ti meeAJ
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF MK VAN TEXAS.
The oldest National Hank from lloustr t to Dall.i.
The stronfjetit National Itank fnm llouMoti toCorjicana.
DEPOSITORY TOR THE CITY
Capital . .
t ollcll. lliislii(iN U'n aro pi ttp.tt ttt I I.cj sttrvn
our patrons a rop.illi.
J. W. HOWKI.L Pkki iik.nt
II. O. KOATWmmiT CH'Y M. It It VAN
Vl( K-1'IIKSI lKXT
I j. L. Mt INN IS Cash ikk
In tha voIiiuia of business and
yeata. This Hank Is managed by"
A. Y. WILKERSOX Copier.
Asst. tien. I'ass. A i;t.
lu roast I'liops steaks soup
and boiling meats I guaranteed
yoll in this butcher shop. Aside
from and in addition that.
We store handle cut SUll kf TVh
meats so that they are to all
Intents a n l purposes fresti
W l.i tl delivered at )nlir
kitchen door. We're lint mod-
est alum' seekliiK your trade
because we kllnW W e'll tiler it it
even as to price.
With tin- newest seasonable
'abrics for Men's Clothinp.
The old teliable John Witt-i J
nan tatl r hp can alwaya
be depended upon for quality
t)le and tit and promptness.
(iive ti your orderx.
OF BRYAN AND BRIZOS COUNTY.
F. M. I. AW Amh't Cahiiikk
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