Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 63, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 18, 1906 Page: 2 of 4
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ConJt nst-J Report of the ConJition of
The City National
Of Bryan Texas as maJe to the Comptroller of the Cur-
rency at the close of business January 29th 1906.
Loaos and Discount $224834.89
IT. 8. Bondi and Premiums 53000.00
Roods. Securities. Etc 6310.00
Furniture and Fixtures 2200.50
Other Real Eatatt ... None.
Expenses and Taxes Paid 255.25
CASH and Exchange $19411.28
Capital Stock $ 50000.00
Surplus and Profits 44982.03
K invite your attention to the above Mutmient and
especially to the large -iirplut ami undivided
profits of thi Bank which ia an indication of a
We ofler you the services of a drons and re-
liable institution and wl it-it Jour burinecn.
Our pud l'Ucinecu has len eminently astirfictory to
both thu management anl the MinrehoMern ami from the
increase in the volume of bu-inem we have every reason
to believe our patrons are entirely pleaded.
Edward Hall President.
C. S. Parker V. I
E. II. Astln V. I
Albert IV. Wllkcrson Cashier.
Cour4 al the Poiofllc m olaaa nail
BY CAKNKS A WAI.I.ACK.
The Ea! U auUwrliad to announce
J E. Hl'TLEK
M rnrdldnta f -r Ma-nrof nrrnt thannanlris
rltv aln-11- o In April. uh--t to th arilnn of
nif lmrx-iauo i.luirj to bo br)4 Tn.wl
FmO. 3J IKUtt.
Th title It aulh.irljrJ ! annnum
k. T. HoVLt
t tr.JIJai lor Mavor t Hrvan at lha atmilng;
llv .In in m In April aut-inl I" lri aillml nl Ilia ntv
4-.ratlc pilmary to br btii lufvlav lrt. -'.
Th E. ale l iuihoilziil to nnnounre
J. E OVKY
aa ctnilliUtr for r-rl-ril n a A'lWmnn of
tiryan al tun innnm tit. lriiln in April
aui.i l io ii i in n i f ih hit u. mixrailo
prima. y to U hi'.U jua.il jr. IVb. .
Tbe Eal la aulhoru.-d to anuounon
J. W. HUTS
a a candidate f r Al l-rmm i f llrran it the
i.au'na: ht clactiuii In Apill u ).t 10 the
oui.n of tne ii o-mncr Ho primary to on
kalii Tuesday Fnoruarr at
Tba L-gla l auttimtr-4 to announce
J. T. .MALOStY
a aranJiJ.il. tto AUrrman of Hrvan at lha nu-
ln( finikin In Ar'H. n h i I la lha arllun ul lha
riiv d.-i.xratlc piliaart lu fra halii TurtUay. I tb.
BUYAX. TEXAS. FEB. 18. 1.
Dr. O. A. Browne of Texarkana
the Sunday school apecialittt. arrived
yeatt-nlav afternoon and is tin silent
of J. F. Mitchell K..T. Dr llmwii.
couriurted a special program In the
Intepat of hunitay t-ho work at
tne court lioun Ht nlxht and will
preach at the Klmt Kapfut rhurcli
Ihie afternoon at 4 o'clock and to-
tilKlit at 7:3i).
A. AND M. C0LLLGE GLEE CUB.
Concert lo Be Held Here on Monday
Tim date fur the concert by the
(ilfe Club of tl) A. and M. College
of Texas lias been uetlnltely flxnd
for Bryan and the alumni and
friend of thin htate iimtltutlon ln-n
are looking forward to a fine treat.
The (life Club la roinpoto-d of .!
treu cailetn. clmBHi from atnonif tlin
corpn on ncconnt of voice im-nf.
treiitli-tnanly derorum and ood clan
fctHiidlntr. They cmne with thn full
count-lit and hackiutf of IIih author!
tie of tli lllt'k'e. an l are prci:trn
to Ive Hrvan a imxcal tri-ai. not
ml V Irnin a clalcal ntaudiniiit hut
oiih that will U- appreciated liv nil
clix-.li and awe. Their pr 'itram
will rn'iMHt elm II v of htiiiinroii col
h tre h'hh! In choru and iiitrtett
and old linn) familiar inelulie. r
klive JileilHIire Hlld erj .Vllleht. ralln
tllltll III eillK'ale. I Il-.V Will lie H
hUIi d by Mm. 1'. S. Jnhiifctou who I
arkimwii deil mitre of theplrtlni
futte (Hid whonrt inouoloKUea with
piano aecoinpanyinent never fall to
'hrliu d'lwn the liou." Alo nv
Cadet Lieutenant Max K. Maver
whoan larfiNtlo ak ill na a vlolluint I
Tin liiht Itutlon claim ltrvan a
it tioin town and it I n foregone
coiicliiklon that the (llee Club Imv
will have a full house to reet them
To dean up for Spring stock
that's to arrive soon we will
offer some rare bargains in
SATURDAY FEB. 17
One lot TiOc fthlrt. nep. cola
anil cutN cut. to 35c
d' men'H ll 00 Khlrta cut to 50c
1 5 nu n 1 (0 nhirt cut to 75c
lllell' 1 Till tdlill cut to S5c
M men 1 ;.Q whirl cut to SI. 20
In Shirts and Hats TO DAY.
Come early if you want
a choice pick.
H. ft T. C. EXCURSIONS.
The II. A T. C. railway will nell
round trip tickets to the following
point at the following rate:
Laredo. Feb. 20 and 21. 5'J5; Mon-
teray. Feb. 20 and 21. $8 25; Nah.
vile. Feb. 2' to 27. t!2M; Xew Or-
lean (account of Mardl (Ira) Feb
21 to 20 II3.W limit March lOtti
One wav rate to California point.
now L'olntr at $2"i; alao Arizona and
New Mexico. W. S. Wllauii Airt.
Continut'S to crow
Expert Service and
Fair Prices prevail.
Your Doctor can always
tell just what a prescription
we fill may bo expected to do.
Emmcl & Moloney
CARD FKO J. E. CITLLR.
To the Voter of the City of Bry
In rep'y lo Mr. Bo !'a card
thai he in opi'iel to the eale nl
the vacant property in theciivoi
llrVHli I l.-ire to elite that the
city rieoriU elmw that lie ha luen
n every en tu in it 1 1 c thit haa teen
iiointel iii ("iie' iimi with the
i tie of chi I j.rnierty and ln hceei
the principal HCiormi In-half of the
city in all i.tvotiatintw having for
lh ir ol j-ct the h.tle tif hhiuh.
I will publicly addrena the Vni-er.-
f the city at ilie (mirthou-e
Muiiilay ninht Feii I'.l m reginl
! thi ami other inKue. and cor-
dially invite Mr. Hoy In to juin me
therein. J. E. hutltr.
( Advertlnemetit )
Mr. W. F. liilh of Bryan wa
here the rt of tlin week on lU-i
ne. bile here be mild hi place
i wn mile north of Mndiouvill to
Walter Jonen Mad Ihoii villa Meteor
Manatrer John B. Mike of tbe
(Irani) .opera hou ha arranged
with that Lyceum Theatre Company.
which Will appear hern all next
week or a apecial matinee perform-
iioe on iiiurHdav attruoon fen
22 ( Wanhin.Mon'a birthday aniilver
ary) fur ladle and children. I'rlcea
tor tne matiuen win i i. ami zz
AUCTION SALE-CHOICE TOWN LOTS
At Kverman. Welueday Feb. 14
In Tarrant county U mile aouth of
I.eroy Saturday. Feb. 17. In Mc
Lennaii county II in Ilea north of
Oehrinir ( formerly Walllnx ).
Tuemlay Feb. 20. In Hill county
27 mile north of Waco 17 inilea
o u th of Italy.
three new thriving little citiea
located nn the main line of tbe Forr
Worth dlvlkion of the International
and Great Northern railroad be
tween Waco and Fort Worth in the
rich North Tex a black land farin-
Init aectlon aurroundeti by beautiful
thickly-eettled cultivated country
offerlnR" tplentlid opportunity for In
vestment In all llnea of buiinen.
Tbe time to tnveat there Is now t
Terma of Hal: K caah balance 1
and t year. 8 per cent iuteret.
(when over 50 )
Smith Ijind Improvement Co.
Capt. J. A. II. Hoaack of Cleburne
Popular low excursion rata from
all poinU on the I. A (. N. H. H. to
Kverman. Iemy and Uehrinir. ties
ticket agent tor particular or
D. J. Prick
Oeo. D. Hunter. O.P.aT. A
A. O. V. A T. A.
The Texas RaUroad." Paleatine.Tx.
H:s. A!ic I!o0-i v.-:t I!riJ of iht
WIIITi; IIOUSK SCKXF
(errmenjf l Performed In the Cant
Kuu.j llef'tre a (Uthrrlnf of
oia'le Peraans blLop
Washington. Feb. 17. In the pret-
ence of a vast concourse composed
of distinguished personages of this
and other lands. Mist Alice Roosevelt
eldest daughter of the chief executive
of the nation and Hon. Nicholas Long-
worth of Cincinnati a member of tut
lower house of congress were unltel
in the holy bonds of matrimony In the
east room of tbe white house at noon
The ceremony which was perform-
ed by Rt. Rev. Henry Y. Batterlee.
Protretant Episcopal bishop of th
diocese of Washington was that of the
it's -.JT-. . N
amu.t tr liviin so&
Mi llul H Lovi'Tot-m.
)nipri-nl v rltii.i! of The irmal
i i ii n n. i no iirtiii w.. tm n a.v
by her father
i ne ea.si room imp hi-ii' ol i. any a
sorlul function never containe'l a
gn-ttter array of i :. cin'.ty coined
women and more ran fuly a'tlred nu n
than upon thij ocr.ihfun. whl'e the
KorKcoiiH (chttnnen of reprem-ntatlves
or both hemispheres pare a rolor
theme to the oeranlon brilliant n the
extreme. The historic room was dec
orated ns never before.
Ther were so many gin-hta present
nearly l.non that many were funci!
to po to the green room
After the ceremony iind ih recep
tion or the Kuists hy bride and
proom a buffet wriJU.i. tireakfa-t
The white hon.ie jtroiiinltt W"re i lo
eil throiu-hoiit the i!ay .ii.il no iJr.'
exiept tl.o.-".' Who were lnl'e wet"
permitted to ei.ter. The eerut!vc of-
fid s w.-re alio !i.e.i throuchout tbe
(lav and all vmk t-usji ti-!.-l.
Major Hj'-hard h'y.ve-ti r tf:crin-
tend' tit of 'he M- t! rirttaii .i.!n e iie-
pui ttnent. pirfd-'.-d i.rrai.-riin nti for
. I 'i a -
-i ;.j-a -v. '
Copyiislil by Kriuic-c ii. Johnalou.
MKH Mrit'lT.AH l.liMiMOKTK
keciilnit the stroeta adjoln'mc th" ht'e
house oien no that enrr'ape" rnuM
have free access o the gate and con
Photoprsiher and p-Hal newapa-
pur writer crrlved in Wsahinpton
from all over the roui.try. somecnmlnc
from Furopean rountrlei However
only a limited number cf newspaper
men were Invited and thee wer-
either personaly hnowr. to the family
or are personal friends
Ijite Friday afternoon the weddlnit
was rehearsed l:i the east room .Von
but th1 wpi!dln; party were present
The prep'i'.-nt at tho time was In con
ference wish Secretary fionaparte The
bishop was not presa-r.t either. '
Mr Ixmgwnrth. accomnnnled by his
best man and the ushers walked from
Mr Ixinrworth's bntne to the whtre
hr.iisw. where thev Joined Miss Roosa
ve't and the other members of the
wedding party. A larse section of the
Lnlted States marine viand was In at
tendance playing the mus! for the
Throughout the day express wagons
and private mesaengera were contin-
ually arriving at the while bouse with
wedding gift. Presents have been
pouring In constantly from all quar
tera of the globe.
The Immediate vicinity of the white
house waa a veritable tea of fare
the throng being Immense aud tbe po
lice were kept busv.
Febnary May be Short
on thc-imbcr of days but generally brings
the roiiicst coldest weather. Nothing like
to ake one strong and hearty.
V We have
of the It quality that sell as cheap
amany inferior kinds
! are sold.
PHCIES 54 AND 78
John M. lawrence & Co.
AT PRICES to PLiEflIS-
Wc now have a co;'f.e VfrUt& Stufis Grain
anJScds. Wc solicit a r czscf . Vatronage under a
guarantee that our scrvi:twv :u'
Store just north llarson. Sc wall &. Co.
WILSON GRAIN & GOAL CO.
Let the New Year be a Record Breaker
FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN
j--ij-"liL -A "TnT
soTinst; tiers it s't 117.77. i.s
Heath & Milligan Paints
GARTH HOWELL & WEBB
Can reach you as soon as any one in town. We make
a special effort to deliver promptly.
Our store is lull of
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Order and become a regular customer. We guarantee
quality as well as price. Phone as
FOR THE BEST.
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