Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TENTH YEAR, No. 310, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 3, 1905 Page: 7 of 8
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We Have Just Received
A (tfhU himiit of Morton Brown Flake 2 t.ak for '2'ta
McMechen's OM Virginia Tubl Peliracie.
Aunt Ditah'a OM-farLioned Mince Meat jer jkiudJ 12Jc
Aunt Dinah' Tomato Cati-up per Imttle 3.c
Aunt Dinth' iVj.per Mngwii fr lott!o. . . .71c
Aunt Dinah' .Stulle.l Melon Mango- er bottle .Vie
Aunt Dinah' Kjiicurean Sweet Tickle er lxttle. . . . 50c
Aunt Dinah' l.tiounil jar aorteil fruit Preerve 25c
Aunt Dinah' 1 -pound jar aort l fruit. Jam. .. . 2."c
Aunt Dinah' Sweet Tickle per lttle l.rc
Aunt DinahV Hour Tickle per lotl!e
Aunt Dinah' Ticcollilli per bottle l rc
Richelieu Orange Morinalade per bottlo 2'm
Hkhelieu Apple Butter 3-pound Jar li'tc
Dudley Celery Salad jer bottle .'J."c
Ferndell Salad Driving per bottle .Vkj
IlokLucca Imported Olive Oil per bottle .Vic
And many other good thing too numerous to mention.
If you are not already a cuctotuer of our give u a trial
and you will be convinced we will nave
)ou money on your (Jrocery bill.
DANSBY&DANSBY. Phono 114
MliOAD TIME TABLE.
.Ml.' T. C. SCHKDITLE.
NOHTH HOCNO T H A I N 5
No. 3 ll.Wp.ui
No. ft 12 :W a m
aocTii Hrxn tkaixb:
No. 2 :)p.in.
No. a J :18 a. in.
I. A O. N. SCH F.DL'LK.
OCTIt B.HTNH TKAINB.
No. It arrive at 4:50 p. m.
NOHTH 1101730 TRAIN.
No. 12 arrive at :10 a. m
II. ('. f(.llir -f Waco l In the
J. T. Mt (). n J ... i f l . ii wild J.
J. II. H-eiJ (if H.rvev an In t!ie
S J. V. lUy "f Kockdnl- wa In the
V. V. HhImiII f Tafe.r wa- in
the city j cL-ril.iy.
L. J. ("x Uit I.W i.U'l.t f-r a inii-
neit trip to Ial!a.
T. T. Hall 'f St. i ji H"I!"W- wm in
the rl:y y 1. 1 -til v .
Fr Kent limine next t'i my resi-
dence. K. H. Ihiimx. :M:i
Miss Mm tie "I mI t Ii'uvm today to
vUlt In Waco ai.d F-Tt Worth.
Marriage license lilt lieen lsUd to
K. F. Folks and Mi. May Franklin.
Oysters t'l.r ifinn ot.-r. Oive
your orders t" I."inK I'hoiie h7
MITelllle Mill teacher 'f the
Welllioril chool. was III the pity yes-
terday. Hall The beat t've wood deliv-
ered f.T.lti per cord. Apply to M. F.
Mr. 8. I. Nicholson a leading
business niitn of t 'or.icana in
the pity yesterday.
Wanted (Ion. I milk cow freli in
uiilk. Will pay no fancy price. Ap-
flifo M. K. Wallace. .'HO
The Postal telegraph tile In thU
ity ha been cloned and the equip-
ment shipped t' DhIIh.
A good iiwatii ii ever went over a
counter In Hryan. Oct it there a
fast a anyone. S. II. Franklin. :t!2
heretofore iiMi.tlon.il in The
Kak'l". annlv rary i-rvcea will he
In Id today at the Itaptl.t churcli.
poinlliellloratlve of the h. K'ililiillir of
the third yer of th pi t 'ra'e of
Dr O. H. Hurler.
Kd Hall ha returned from a short
bunineaa trip to St. I.ouU. On the
way homo h toppe for two nr
three day to attend the meeting of
theTexa conference at Pittkhur'.
Texan lie ay the coiiferencn U
helii(f plendldly entertained hy
Hev. K. I.. Shettle and the I 'eople
of l'ltthhur. Mr. Hail think the
prohahllitle are that I)r. I.ett will
be returned to llryau in accordance
with tlie wind of the local church.
For Kent To rl'ht party my
brick houne place oil college road. !
near city limit containing VI a?re j
'(.' In cultivation balance in ;ature; j
plenty (.to. k water and Ure brick
cUtem. Apply to J. II . Suber. .'1151
Kev. and Mr. J.C. Matthewn of I
llart.horn I. T.. are jfto-.t of li.-v. !
A. M. Mewart. Hev. Matthew 1 a i
III. lull r of the hoard of director of
flie A. Mild ('. Intitllte of till pit V.
Freeh bread tancy cake lady;
linger. etc. at the I'exji J'.akeryl
every day. Special ord r aUo re-
ceive prompt attention. 'Phone H.t.
Mm. )tt.i Hoehme. Prop. dtf
Iionii.lly A Hatfield' Jl.ik'lilll-
cent Millet rein" tomilu' uiid-r the
lliaiiM.'eiiielit of Al (. I'iehU. W ill he
the attraction at the (irainl opera
hot!.. I'd.-. Ill V. I(eC. '..
For K'-nt Nic .. room pottage
with hall lik'ht. .creeii. water-
work and hum. In nio.t excellent
neighborhood. Apply to Mr. N'e.
lie II. HiilUrd. 312
Chri.tian Church : Suuday chod
at 10 a. m. I'reachhiir t II a.m.
an 1 7 :IW i. in Kn.l.-avor meet at
l::io. All are cordially invited to
The bent equipped hop In Centnl
'lexa; a (rood meat a any of
them all the time here. You t-mi
rely upon :V) or fc.il. S. H. Franklin.
A freight wreck at Cyprea Friday
nl'lit delayed the north bound pan-
lender train due here at 12:lil a. in.
until V.'.i) o'clock yesterday morning
Kev. John Swauwick.a talented
youiikt preacher of Illinoi will
preach at the Fre Hapt:t church
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Mi Adine Clark of McKlnney I
the Kuet of Mr. and Mr. W.C.Oib-
on. Ml Clark ha been vUitlntf
in lioiuton and Navaota.
Iet About one week ao a k'"ld
eatfle nlilrt at ill flttili)ron a screw
back. Keturn to L. J. Cox aalooii.
I.. I) McOee and daughter Ml
I.eie Mctlee of Propect Were In
yenterday and left to vilt at Hench-
ley. Kd M. Sim returned ye.terday
Just the thiri for these
cool nights and morn-
ings. Not heavy enough
to be in the way but
warm enough to be com-
fortable. We show these stylish
coats in the new tan
coverts cut very swag-
ger and up-to-date hand-
somely trimmed and
$12.50 and $15.00
EPYYOKTH LCA01E PR0iRM.
Sunday. Hep. :s. 1'ju::
t pei lll oli !').
I.e. .oil .tlhi-ct: "The Word of
the Apoktl'-a." A record.
Matt. Ii. I i;
I. like . 1-4
John xx. .Ui :;l ; John I. I f..
Leader Mi Krin Coliin.
Son' N'i. 11
lieadiiijr Ml Nannie Iou Ih tt.
I-k.oii talk I'r. Lawrence.
Soiik No. 5 .
Keadim; Ml Kate Lawrence.
Place your Christina ord r now.
Kd Klam lia evry lhin you want.
Mr. Mary Lawrence ireir. Phone
You don't have to o anywhere.
Call 30 or .i.'tl and place your order.
I will do the rest. S H. Franklin.
Mr. C. S. Taliaferro returned to
Navaaota yecterdav after a viit to
Mr. and Mr. Tvl-r Ha. well.
BRAZOS COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTI-
TLTE. Step Takti cr Oriiniralio-Profrira
lor First Mec tinr.
County Judf(e A. 0. Board ex-
offii;! rounty rtierintemleQt of
public instruction on yeterday
called together a n urn her of the
white teacher of the rounty to
tske utepa tn organize a teachera'
institute and invited the teacher.
of the other Bryan school and
college to co-ojH-rate with tlietu.
Truf. J. II Allen w i-electe.1
to preside over the meeting and
Mie Ivy Carne wa the tempor-
ary secretary. It wa agreed to
bold three two-day toweling of the
institute the first meeting to In-
held en Friday and Saturday Dev
15 and 10. All the teacher of the
county are urged to attend and co
operate n the work and are
further reminded that the et huol
law provide that faithful attend-
ance Upon thee iii'titllte entitles
them to an extension of rertinVale.
Following i the program for the
first regular meeting i. n the d.ite j
aliove mentioned at which time!
permanent organisation will be el-j
Friday Dee. ; 19n5. 0:. a. in.:
Invocation Kev. A. M. Stewart.
Permanent Oranlxatloii of Insti-
tute. Fraction a Out lined In the County
Institute Work Prof. K. McDonald.
Heueral dicu.ioii led by J.H.Al-
len. KliK'llnh in the I'uhlic School A.
it. Cox. tieneral di.cussiol) led by
AKTKKNOU.V HIIuX 1 p. III.
I'nited state Hi-tory Prof. J. L.
Cobb (ietieral dlhCll.nloll led by
K-v. A. M. Stewart.
Teaching Hraminar C. P. Foun-
tain (iel.eral di.CU.Kion ;.m hy Mi
ATI I' HAY MnKMMI lKC. 16
The lllhl.. the Public Set U
Dr. 8eo p.. Mutter
Method of Discipline for K.-friip-t
ry 1'upil Misi Mod. lard tien-
Teacher' Institute '.v. J. Moyea.
Arraii'eiiieur i f l'm.-r.itii hr NVt
THE GROCERS' OFFERINGS
ii mm m n m rr i ii rr
JNOJ1 I AWRFNHF
WILL Iili FOUNT) COMTLIiTK IN OUR STORK
-I.KT US FILL YOUR ORDERS
TIIONTiS 78 ANT) 54
Mm LeaJlitf Brand of
Mr. I). i I lea and children of
KinK'land Texas are the guest of
Mr. and Mr. V. W. Hardy.
W. K. Saunder vUited the upper
Krazo bottom yesterday near
Stei e' Store and Mumford.
For Kent 4 room house conven-
ient to tiusines. Apply to Mr. H
T. Hlgg. ' :tlO
Wanted To buy llrst-cla Jersev
niilk cow with call. (). S. Parker.
Prof and Mr. K McDonald of
Harvey were In the city ve.terday.
Deputy SherilT J. I) Coulee vl.lted
tied. H. K. Stoddard I. ft for
Ve.totl j eaterday.
Alii- )iiiiii'. r.t:in:. . fr mi San
W. J. McDonald and son of Macy
were in the pity st.-rday.
Mr. Steven of Lih-rty I a vi.
itorat Vlll.i MaiU .Ml-my.
Mr. and Mr. S. H. Pitt of theCol-
lege community were in the city
The infant child of Mr. and Mr.
F. K. Felder wa reported danger-
ously ill yesterday.
Capt. S. M. Derd-n write from
Mineral Well to member of hi
family that hi health ha much im-
proved during hi stay there.
ALL STANDARD BKANDS OF PL'RIIY
YOL'R CHOICE AT
Hill & Hill Atherto:i l.otf-d in bond
Paul Jotiea Hunter Kf
Four Koe Krook II '!
lO-VOCK PATKONAOK INVITKD
W. T. FORD
TK-t Ptesons Injured by Jumping
From a Burning Building. j
CMcaro. IVc. 2. Fire In a four to.
roomlnc house at HCO Wabiuti av.:i.i.
early Saturday paused the death by ut
feratlnn of Mr. Mary Crlfsby. hh I
slity-three year. Three persons wrrr
Injured In Jumiitnf from the wlmlou
and sit were rescued by firemen. Tli-
house which wa occupied by tw.-nu
rterroes. was Jamsffd to the extent f
Postponed Until January.
Tarl. Pec. ;. Premier Rouvler an-
nounced to tha council of minister
that the Moroccan conference had t"
postponl until January owing to it
delay In the arrival of the Mirwin:
is tin: month you want
THK VKKY HKsr
We can coma a near supplying your want as any store in tow n.
We Have Just Received a Lull Line of
Telmo Canned Goods
For Quality They Cannot
be Lxcelled. We have
In Package and in Bulk.
Keg Olives. Keg Pickles. Kejc Mackerel. Keg
Kraut. Many other Good Things
too numerous to mention
Remember and Prune 14)
HIGGS & RicCULLOCH
FOR Till: IH:iT
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
One of the True Things about our Clothes is they fit.
If fit has failed you elsewhere try on here.
OUR $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 and $25.00 SUITS
ARE UNLATCH ABLE
OVERCOATS from $5.00 to $25.00 BOYS' CLOTHING from SI.50 to S5.00
If you arc in doubt come in and give them a look;
you need not buy.
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