Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 63, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 18, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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J DR. W. IL OLIVER
fhysiciaii and Surgeon
I OPFICB IN SMITH BUILDING
ifike Phone - . 107
csiJonce Phont 77
rug Store Phone 60
W C. FOUNTAIN
. Crown and Bridge work spec-
ialty. Office up-st.iir5 over Burt
!DR.R. H. HARRISON
Offlo el EbibmI A afatoeay's Drag More
j Hit YAN TEXAS
i CalUanawored promptly night or day
' Offle aor I la IJ a. . a it I p
Office 'phone M. :: Ilea. 'phone 136
Dr. VV. H. LAWRENCE
Ub. i id I
Urrivki iifoi4Aa owe dvv
Real Estate Agent
OHlce iti Taliaferro building opposite
the Court House. tJVUwe
Have in oillce the- only set f Ab
straet Hooks of Hrazo County
Kan. I Tithe.
Two story brick build
ing.. Price $2500.00.
Attorney at Law
- A N I
Office Upstairs Rohde Building.
Notary I'titilia in Om v
Have all kinds of town
and country property for
We have t nice line of cottlige
AU specixl bvrgain for unlit. We
olt -r fur u few days tin following:
6 ami .1 room hnuce on Main
nt rc for the pitiful um . f 1 j0 0
.'(.' acre in city limit inut pi at
2 acre and tw four-room house
muit be cold regard lews of price.
9 room houe iu A 1 repair barns
garden old time dug well ewer in
fact a swell place at the right price.
If you have property for aale or
want to buy aee ua. We have mapa
and plata drawn from official record
allowing location of every tract In
For lint of farm land aee the
weekly newpnper published at
OYER MfE'S H IRQ WARE STORE.
Wbri th woeH's all with murmur of
And be'U n.ilrlo th K."r-tM
When t it on tea alrieir nm-lo III flint.
TB H ouia la our bum on wiunm.
With purpuw t Orm.aod w dauntl-a Sinn-
Llk louig Lm-Uarar n uuu s out i loin lb
With spiru'ss bold sad faithful It wooing.
Ua yuunic UtrUiuvar italp KiMr was
And lnat lt makM aet confalua
1 bat h. r k.nd and bar heart are in bis 4MSs-
The popularity enjoyed by Mlm
Irene Keelinir daughter of Mr. and
Mr. It. T. Hoyle in Hryau aoclal
life ha reached a climax In the In
tret centering around the an-
nouncement of her engagement to
Mr. Kalph Jtiaaer of Hallmger the
wedding to take place lu April. In
continuation of the rumor that Ml
Keeling would enter the rank of
popular young matron In distent
town Mla Jesie(Jrth gave beau
tlfully appointed anuouuceiiient
luucheon ou Wedneelay at the
noma of her mother Mr. F. I. (Jartlu
with the bride elect a honore. The
dainty peronallty of the young
hoetes wit evidenced lu the netting
of the luncheon tnd la the decora-
tion of the reception room. Pluk
carnations pink hearia en ribbon
aud pluk haded cendelabra mad-a
sweet end luvltliig bower awaiting
the arrival of the uet and Dan
Cupid the lllf-tiKcr of St Vaien.
tine who at the conclusion of the
third coure sent the happy
nirtnar.i in a teleyram. received aud
read by one of the guest.
The table decoration were elabo-
rate in Hi" extreme. In a Unre ..
ter-pi- ce over pink natlti and re II net-
ed in a circular mirror a lare cut
irlae vaH tilled witli pink carnttl n
made nil eltrctlve center from which
to perfect tli- pretty color m-h-tii-.
Suspended frolll liie i-lectr-illera
eliove a love knot ot wl.Ue tulle and
ClUtered citriitti'ilut W ill Ktrenllie H
reachlcg to tlio four corner of the
tnnle iiimiIo a dainty elfect. Tli"
plaee card were heart hnpeil and
pdded t'ui'id with ilrnwn how car-
rled ollt the loVe thellle Mild HTVed
hh Honvernlrs of the happy oc- alon.
I he cilf K11'" H"d e'lver limdo the
picture complete and St. Valell' Ine'
Day erved to furiiih hppy ineiii...
Tie to eai'll l.MI"t preneiit. fix
i-iiurm were nerved Hlllldxt lllerrl-
ineiit and the genuine x-tu wlh-j
rollnwll'i; the aillHMiiil'ellielit ami the
toat otleteil by Mi tltt t')."Io the
Hride and (Jrootn." a pretty eentl-
Kent ill ver appearing; ahove.
Preitellt Were: Mlnoe Irene Kee.
I ii it Jele (Urth. Kdilh t'ruin. Au
liraTnhor. I.ucv Hoard. Klin Mar-
her. I.hvIuI McOomili'o. I ill (J a-
ham McIiinU Mar! Adam Kmily
Chilled Oranife. Cream of 'VaSoup
Mroileil Chicken on Tonit
Sweet Potato I'lltN
Fruit Salnd in Hanau Moat
Vanilla Icr Urlde Cake.
Cotlce. Clieen Straw.
A'VVell Known Cure for Mcs.
Cures obstlnal cores chapped hand. o
xama akin d.seases. Makes burns and scald)
painleii. We could not Improve the qualtt)
11 paid double the price. The best aalvt
thai eipenence can produce or that mone
Cures Piles Permanently
' DeWHt's Is the original and only pure and
ftnuins Witch Haiel Salve made. Look (o
the nam OeWITT on every box. All others
axe counterfeit. rairasoev
C. C OeWITT A CO. CHICAGO.
Sojd by Emmel & Malony
Th Mintre of the tW" under
the direction of Mi II ( H.iat-
wriht Mr J. Wehb iiowell and
Mil. tieo It. itlltli r tuT the oil r
of the M.iptit Ci.urch very nn
Cekftlllll V preeite I ut the opera
lioii-e on h i i Irv lilt: lit to a l.ir-e an. I
Hppti cl tive aii.liii". The ball.ol
oiU. Alle J. lit) II i II .Hi-
V C. I.VH Hllil MlM I'eale. Well'
tiflllil to ll lv.i t;;k- i i:t pret'V "In'-
tliillx al.il tll- ll.lll-tlel 1 1 1 1 1 .ler
J.AIh'ti Mel.llll Mi't'i'l'llliMillnl
I'l.ink Itiico'tuuii. nii Dirkt nvii
I liVul Ife il II f . H lit ft 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 r 111' lit
i' Ih- .:. I ii - riclv.-.l. Mi.
IS. I:.. Uil'..'- re. It itli-ii ' Oi l
l.lm U Mtiitn W .n . in ei.-l a .--
hii or i-in 1 1 i i'i-iii mv .i r . iin-
ell. i utveii ii!: v.-ry iixtiir'tl el-
leol . The outoiiii in-.' - .M y S. u " 1 1 r II
. ! " with Mr. Sitin ihinUp nil I
M I- J i.irt.'i principal wm
(InllitllV dune. Sjieclal in.-ut lni I
I lie h koi i; and dull liy M Ik I'eale
Cltptalu lliiwarl CaVItt and cmii-
pany. A trio by Medanie Howell
and Davl and Ml i'eale. in c
tlltlle wa well received. A Heat
uui wa realized and participant
aud Home ha in the alfair In charge
have reaoti to be gratified at t'ie re
kiilt. i he encore were too numer-
ous to tnentioti aeperately. Hy ii pe
cial re(uet. Mr J Webb Moerell
aug with flue elf net "The I.ant
Hum of Summer." a number not on
the program. The scene presented
to the audience when the curtain
rose for the first part wa a brilliant
one the forty people taking part In
the entertainment occupying tier
of seat In regulation tnlute tle.
The ladle predominated and were
In attractive coetumea Mr. O. K.
Saunder. In epntleM white wa the
Interlocutor and rivaled the famou
Dan (juluUti in grace and elegance.
J. Alien Myers Sam McComilco
Larry Steven and Frank Kuch-
anan added lutre to the fame of
burnt cork artiat. The chorus
sinking wa excellent.
I'K'MiRAM P'KT UltXT.
Opening Choru "I.indy"
Hv the Coinpanv.
Solo and Cnortis "I.indy Lou."
Mr. Sam McComilco and Cmn jian y .
Old iilitck Mammy' Wav"
Mi Anni" Ih lle Matte
Si and Choru ' Ki i..e (.in.
night Dear Ivh"
Mr V. D-vl and Coinpauy
Solo "Fare Thee V '
Mr. rrank Muchaiiau
Solo and Chorua" When tho Mar-
vef. Dave are Over. Jei )ar"
Mr. Wi lli) Howell and Company
Chorus "Sewaueo Klver"
Solo and Churn "Katy. My South- j
S.ilo Mr. Sm Dunlap.
Katy Ml JeiM tlarth.
Choru I 'omp.iiiy.
"Three Little Mai U frolll School"
Mendame Webb Howell. V. C.
Davis and Mi I'ealo
Solo and Chorus "Old Itlack Joo"
Mr. J Allen Mvrr
"The SoldlT in the Park"
Solo and Chorus I)rlil-Mi I'eale
Captain Howard Cavitt
n J company
An Kplacopal Church buurllt tea
wa held at Mr. Law a Weduea-
day afternoon and was one of the
plraaant social affair of the woek.
A merry party of young people en-
Joyed au luloriual hop mi Kik "a"
Fllday evening Auotlir hop Wa
given bv the K. K club at college
It.L i.ight and atteuded by nuin-
of the Hryau and vl.ltlug jouug
St. Cecelia' Mu(cal Club of Vil-
la Maila Academy will give mai-
mer. Mardlllra I ue.day Fel.ruari
.'7. from 'i:M to 5;!i p. m. VHU Ma-
ria ha eiabll-hi musical repu-
tation lu Hryau that i a aufllcieni
guarantee of the met it of all the
Academy eutertamiueiiU. Ou till
oocaalou the program will be eapec-
tally pleaelug. Admiiou 25 cent.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Mutual Improvement Club waa held
Wednesday afteruoon lu the club
room lu the Curuegie Library. Af-
ter the reudltloti of all uuuaually In-
tereetlug program a vote waa taken
ou several Shakespereau Play tot
next year' study choice falling on
"Julius t'aear" and ' Winter' Tale"
the club using Mia Friend' out
line. Aery aoou I lie lear Hook
committee will commence work ou
the Caleudar fur ISK-6 07.
Heporter SI. I. C.
Mr. and Mr. V. J. Uobert will
have at their home the coming week
a IlloHt iijvable family reunion.
Three of their "ii who have inarrl
ed aud renl.lo ill oilier Cltle Will be
here with their wive to participate
in the pleaaure nf the reunion with
Hi- resident mmb-r ot the faintly
ir. and Mr. CUude Kohrrt arrived
from Dalla lat night. Mrs U
JeiiiihiK It ohert ha been here frmn
outoii eeveial day and Will he
j one I by her hlll)lld tielay. Mr.
.iid Mr. T.oii Ki't-r' will arrive
Wednekilay 'rmu S.ivaiiah lleorgla
The Ladle' Choral Club. Mr F.
Marlmi Law prel lent and Mr Fred-
eric l.iliihriiig" iiirector. sinm
the initial concert id the Cluh hi
arnetfl" Hall Fi iday eveuing. Feb
2J. at 8:110 o'clock. A lliot excellent
program ha been ariaiu-d and the
(ret'tlce uoik ami pmnre of the
Club since It organuatloii ha been
inarveloii. There I no venture in
the prediction that the people of
Hryau and vicinity will be delighted
be.volid the expectation of the ln t
elilhulatlc Ii lends of the Cluh b
the concert. 1 he purpooe of the ciub
i to improve Hrau mualcally au
advantage and a dltlnctloti lu the
tie n lit of which the entire commu-
nity will share and the Fugle feel
confident that the response of the
public will he lu keeping with the
merit of the entertainment that
au emphatic endorsement of the
Club laudable work will be given
Ml Kmily T'loma entertained
th- IUehe..r"(llrU Club V. dne....v
at the linine of tier mother Mr m
K. Itiolili. with h-r uual a!r of
I'ime. 'Mil club' eiou are al-
way e'Vent to Impart (leanliii;
louche id lllfereat and enjoyment to
the many h.ppy participant of the
x-caxl ou. A Valeiiliue parfjr ha. I
l en plantod f r the. gilet.
I le i rt " i t he feature of the nl-
tei noon' Miteitalnmeht and a erie
ot Very illt.'t.'-l lug g.i'lle wer'pl.-
"d. Cry1"! . tane eal w
erved during the game. A Clirlio-
picture. Hi.' cluh pri.-. wa prent-
ei '.. I.ti.n Criid.-liuroii h
Ml- Kiln f CllVltt. While the fll' l
ll'op:y a h-m.t ' : III Imtind bonk.
a- iiH.n l' I to Mm. M;irli-ill Dn.o-
by hy Ml- M.iri- Adam. r n r - I
elrtt'tie III oral. go h-ket with I'.l." I
u u M'fVi'.l. A c iii;eiiial party!
warm hoepllality and pl'.'lant ".i j
I ert m i me nt uncle he aft eruoiui very
ei julihle to Ml Kllilly' gmt j
Mi. T homa. M !" 1 l.oin.a- and M t.
Mill Wilnoti ic-Kl-ited In entertaining I
Dr. and Mr. I. F. H-tta extended
the hospitality of the paronag" t
the Juvenile M iioiiary Stfie'y of
the Methodist church on Friday
eveuing for a prettilly planned Val-
eniiue party. A the guest arrived
they were received iu the hall by
Mi.se Lucile DeMaret Willie Mc-
Doiigald. Irene Hoard and Ida
Hett: Mer. Claude Marott. Hu-
dolp Myers Henry Khodeaud Kdgar
Jack of Port Arthur. The house
wa profusely decorated with pink
and red heart. In one corner of
the room wa a Cupid' Poatotllce
with Ml Charlie Jenkins aud Hu-
dolph Myers In charge. Kach gueat
received a comic valentine aud each
one wa to read the verse on it.
tulte a lot nf fun resulted from this.
A large red heart was pinned on the
wall each guest wa blind-folded
and asked to pin a arrow in the cen-
ter. Mr. Hudson Myers wa the
succeful one and received a beauti-
ful Valentine. A phonograph sup-
pled muaio during the entire e veil i ut;
Chocolate and cake were- served. A
lare crowd wa preeiit and a nice
sum of money rained.
Mie Ruby and Vivian James
whoe hospitality and pretty enter-
tainment are well known in llryan.
Invited the lnel)er of the H.lcllel-
nrett Club aud a few friends to the
hom of heir parent. Mr. and Mr
W. T. J i e. on Friday afternoon
On entering the front door the guel
weie greeted by three "Jap girl"
s-afud on sofa pillow. Thene voilug
ladies were Ml ltu'.v au I V I Villi!
Jme and Krina Karri. Ilice tea
ami Japanese cake were served. Tti"
house. was so well decorated with
Japanese hanglniM. r.lg. picture
lantern and llmhrelU that the
guenf were fre" to confes the ho
reuses artUt In decorative effect
Several game were played during
the afternoon. One of the most en-
Joy able wa the drawing of the Jar-
auese lUg. MIh Alberta Adams
was given the cluh prli. a Jap pic-
ture aud Ml Alma Cole th gust
prixe a water color picture of the
different nation. Mis Judy Mc-
Connico won a pretty Jap dull for
proving the most adopt with ohop
i-lick. Sherry oreain aud cake were
erved. At the close the guest f ook
nave carry my away many pleasant
memories Mie day.
St. Cecelia' Musical Club of Villa
Marl mdeiiiy. Hryau. enter-
twined t tie tr esteemefl lacultv and
St I'lsula'rf Reading Club of the In-
Klillltloii oil Weilnemlay evening. bV
iin.Ht delightful Handel program
which Is herewith appended :
t. Hlonraphv Ml Stevens
2. LaclaChlo Piamta oug
Piano Ace Ml Caneren
Violin ohllgato... MlssSteveus
3. Water Music reading
4. Largo reading Mi Carroll
Piano... Mi Mary It Parrvr
Violin Mla Carroll
5. Origin of the Oratorio reading
Mis A. Field
1. Sainon.reding..MIs F.Morris
7. Juda Macoabue.. MlssJaphet
8. "See the Conquering Hero
Come" ...... t.Tioru by Club
Violin Aco Ml-e Steven.
Carroll and Morris
tt. Israel in Kgypt reading
' Ml Prloe
10. "The Mesalah". ...Ml Conway
It. Hallelujah Chorus. . Hy the Club
Violin Acc Mlsaea Steven
Carroll aud Morrl
On Tuesday afternoon from three
to live oclock Mr. J. W. Coulter and
Mr. Maiioiui t'arne eutertained the
Kmbrold. ry Ciub at the reldence
f the former with Mr. Nat U Tor-
ney nf Dall a guest of honor
i lie decoration of the reception
uit were red heart signltloant of
i he Valentine season. The same
pietty sentiment being carried ont
I t the score card. I'poil entering
lie iloor each iadv Was conducte.l
to "Cupid I'ostolllce ' kept hy Ml
iNKKln McDollKald aid Wa pre-
sented with a pretty conceit h-arlmg
..v me.HHge and her fortune. A
pretty pen and ink Cupid with bow
ml arrow Nerved In li-u of a stamp
I'll" fortune were read aloud cant-
ing much nierrinnoit. Muic bv
Mt J. Webb Mow. II and au orii-
nel Valentine poem by Mr. Turney
Kiivi- pleasure to the lille.t after
which heart cur xi-zig. were
matched tor partner at progressive
forty-two. As each game wa won a
small red heart wa attached to the
.rum card. At the cloae of the game
ach lady received a a soaveruir a
oalnty ro.e-hped rllUlk candleviick
iraWli from a heat shaped box.
Iii lo r witty and taking wav. Mrs.
W. . Oliver preaeured Mr. Turney
with the gu-t priz a rut glas
h oi-h ni ilt.h; an I .Mr Tyl r Ma
Well. Ill a Heat speech )reeHtei ttie
b.Mihv prixe. astrintrol candy heart
to Mr. H (. ICh.de. A salad
cniire with iced tea wae -erved at
iiiII thle. after which a pleasant
half hour wa spent in Nodal chat
the gilent l heu departing with gen-
eral expression of a good time to
Okl.i'ioira r 1 T --! t n '
Ins l-iri;e:y nts v I 1 hv iti.o i h'i !
t.iieipt h un it w.i. ( l ln-re !'lit i
p. i.-. I j : t; r ' t.s a-:..: i; !l...t tl.e l l.oi'...
!! t M".' "oil ' ' i'i . r .' !' c i .' 'i
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Erf d Tor(;cry Ci'.i-jfd
ii' Ip.i. I T . I'i :. IT -ir !.. U;:;i.'
a fitoniiiieir n n'. t.i" .iii r at r.i
imljii was nrro.-te rlurgi'd with do
frauiluiK Pomp and IViti:y IVrrynvan
Cter k Indians out of lfii) acres of val
ual.n land lying south of PrUtow b
nn-.vns of u forged deed.
Man and Woman Shot.
Maillll. I. T.. Feb. 17.-ny the accl
dental discharge of the pistol ol
"Crock" llohbs Charles McCain was
shut throuKh the kidney and Mr. An
na Wetzel In a limb. McCain I In
a precarious condition.
Knnls will have a commercial club
Cement. Okla. ha several casea ol
Dr. W. II. CWkler was drowned
near Oowen. I. T.
Resignation nf Paymaster Jewett of
(he navy baa been accepted.
An attempt vm made to blow up a
negro church at Hugo I. T.
A wolf hunt will take place in Dewey
county Oklahoma on i-e Sth.
Antonio Pti!ot has been elected
president of the From i senate.
Totitma'.ter Cano of Progreeso. MexM
shot himself three times. He died.
Five furiosi! nf material have arriv-
ed for tne Davl (I. T ) waterworks.
Citizens' National hiink. capital stock
$?j nun has lien organized at Ant
krs. I 7.
Dr I".. H Il irrinctnn. city physician
nf Ti xctkaiia. Tex . iliod al a Memphis
lh t.art fOk'a ) Oil and (las' turn
pnnv hti let the rntitract for tiorlnp
of three w-lli.
Afxistant Sorrrtary nf the Trnaaiiry
Taylor hn resigned .!. II. Kdward
U Ms cin rosor.
Hy the etpIoMlon of a lamp Miss
Ida MrCIc lan nf Sherman had both
nni hailly burned.
Southwestern Telephone company
wi;l Inrreast. i alile boxes at Calnes-
viilo from 2 t Mi.
At Marlln. Tet.. the Jury In the rase
or Mrs. T. J. 1 1 1 :l. charged with killing
her huhhaud. failed to agreee.
People's Savings bank at Peoria
111 whoee. president. Rev. Dr. 81)
mons. s'Jlrtded. baa 1145.043 liabilities
and 1108.827 assets.
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Never fail t o please
while Inferior or adulter-
ated good are injurious
and disappointing pro-
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There you will get fair
treatment and your
money 'a worth.
;V'th the newest seasonable
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t I ;n ta.I.r kop can always
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WH Y7 Hecause If I a Texa C
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JOE B. RliED
will explain the different (klans and rtes and can also write Ac-
ciilent end Sick Heneflt Insurance In tiet of compaiii and give
you Just what you want and ou ill know what you are getting.
Kvery man and woman under 60 fears lu good health should Join
Mviy now are enjoying the benefit from Life I nan ranee that
would not If not for my effort. alOF li. HIS ED.
REC1IVED PLANTS NEW CR0P
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txjzxau axiarsxx? BrLW-y
Bulk ani Fapf. Full qua'ity ptptrt 2 tor 5c
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Better than a Job!
An accident policy in one of JN0. A. MOORE'S
companies will pay jour SALARY when you are
SICK OR HURT. We guarantee to give you the
best HEALTH OR ACCIDENT policy written in
Bryan. We have paid our customers in the past
two years over $11000 for accidents.
CAN ANYONE ELSE O
5H0W A SIMILAR RECORD f
Jno. A. Moore Jr.
There is No Doubt About It.
T II K
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Will put ycu there in the shortest time.
2-THROUCH TRAINS DAILY-2
Stfct Firtt- Class Up-lo-De't Struct.
Through Pullman Sleepers iu
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Galveston HouMon Dallas Denimm an.I St. Louis via
O. II. t S. A. Ry. to Hou-ton II. t T. C. Ry. to
Denion and M. K. it T liy. to St. Louis.
Galvectnn Houston and Fort Worth via O II. t 8.
A. Ry. to Hui-aton and II. & T. C. Ry. to Ft Worth!
Also between Houston an.I Auntin Waco and Dallas
FREE CHAIR CARS.
For full Information address one of our ticket agent or '
M. L. UOHBIXS O. P. A. Houston Texae.
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