Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 80, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 10, 1906 Page: 3 of 4
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When you are Looking for Something Good
to Eat try our line of Ferndell
Freeh Mackerel 2 for 2fC
Freah shipment Button ff-.
Brown Flakes 2 for...av3C
Freb shipment Ra'.Hton A
Health Crinpi jx-r pi 1UC
Ralaton'a break fut Food JA
3 packages for DllC
lUleton Pancake Floor
2 packages for awOC
RaUton Health Oat Meal f A
Pr Package 1UC
RaUton'a Whole Wheat
Floor per rack 3UC
Shredded Whole Wheat f
Biscuit per package. . . 13C
Char dr 8anbnrn'a famoua Roavted Coffee and Package Tea.
GIVE US YOUR 0R0E.R. .T WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION.
DANSBY &' DANSBY
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
H. A T. C. SCHEDULE.
f WORTH BOUND TRAINS:
vTV- 1:38 p.m.
No. 1J:M a.m.
aoCTii n'!n TkAixa:
No. 2 8:np.m.
No. a . 1:48 a.m.
i. m n v Ki'iiKJint.v.
' No. II arrive at 4. SO p.m.
y NORTH HOC HI) TKAIKS.
No. 12 arrives at 0:10 a. m
. C. Heottleft for Franklin
to spend Saturday ami
j. ni. iittnman ana ramiiy were
vUltort from Madison county yes
For Sale Barred J'ljr inoutri lok
eg?e JOo per dozen. Mrs. Jno. M.
A. J. Warner left yesterday fr
M'tteo route to tile home hi
Aubrey Foreman has returned
Mr. Ita Itobiusoo .j visiting lu
Mis Maggie Dawsoe visiting at
J. Artoue of Calvert wa in the city
J. 8. Fraud of Tabor wa in the
P. L. Karroo of Hock Prairie wa
in the city yeeterday.
Por SaleA few youug Jery
cowe. t Jdo. M. Caldwell.
. Mrs. i. C. Davl returned to Xav-
Justice .11. Lloyd of Kwrten wu
a the city yesterday.
M. 8. Frman of Harvey was la
be city yeaterday.
Qeo. I). Tuokcr left ycster5ay for
7)'avasota and Jtediaa.
a Dr. Julius Zulch was a visiter from
F 1111 . J . .
I r . m a. .
ueorge n. n.onoi oi rruvioouce
aa la the city yesterday.
Mre. A. I). aleConnico left y-atr-y
tl visit lo CoMicana.
Vlaorge Orupa t College is ...
linses trip to tialvsstoii.
Ira MaP f at aav m.ii- m i a ..A..
1 1 Dlla. are eMUnir in Houston.
VPioUtt'a Charire and Other Po.
U" by Fred KitHtraou llrook. I
aalelat HaaweU'a book store.
A tfaad you will n Joy the t o-
taiamer.t by llrook tbe more. Hi)
new V't shirt wiitui l
i:ii uit rt.uxi 21". Mr. M:y
Lawr. ucf . t f
Tb. grain! Jury a.tjournfd y-etir-day
until Monday iuaklir i fur-
.v. rman t avitt f liffiock a
here yeterdy aud lift for Mart an J
Mr. aud Mi. Julius levy and Mr
Harry Mar will re!urud frm ow-
tn yaterday .
MU Anoie I'ower returned to
Klllott yesterday after a viit to Mr.
and Mr. K. T. Hpell.
Mrs. J.T. II u way and daughter.
Miss Madeline left yesterJay mora-
in to visit in Austin.
Now I a good time to set out
plants. 2rt them froR Yea-rer A
Buehacau. Phone gtl. Kr
Mrs. T. L. Winkler returnee! to
F.nnU yesterday after a ilt to .Mr.
auJ Mr. J. S. Mooring.
Mrs. Aiiiirews wife of Dr. C V
Andrews ha arrived from Cedar
Hill to jtu her buaband.
J. K. Covey foretuan of the feder
al grand 3ury at Hourton. eame
home for a visit yesterday.
A. II. and J. C. Taylor K. E. tUtt-
ton and T. W. Smith were here yes
terday f jo-ji Urlmea county.
For sale eeond hand fwrcitore
bought aivd repaired neat door to
Wetter' shop. i!0l W.W.Mike.
J. W. Caraou director of farmers'
institut" left eterday for Wel-
irar to rondart ai: lntitut? today
For fine lreh bread and cakes of
all kind call at tbe Texa Bakery
Careful at t "lit ion to special orders
rtio:ie(.l. Mrs. Otto Boehme. tf
rnJeiw 9S; Sp if Inn
Our opening display of Men's Spring Suits
now awaits your inspection. Although we
hav enot received our entire line still you will
find our assortments large and comprehen-
sive enough to please anyone. We offer
you now some of the season's choicest styles
patterns that we will not be able to duplicate
The Styles This Spring
Arc parti.rularty attractive in fact mach handsomer than
they have been for many seasons past. The stylish colors
and fabrics will be worsteds aod smooth finish casimeres
in the different shades of grey especially the light greys
and dark Woe serges. Coats tsill sll be cut longer closer
fitting im the back with either side or center vents; some
-of the ultra fashionable will have no vents at all Both
single and -double-breasted styles will be worn.
With.puriricrwsedrcom arld facilities for landling
trade it is the inter tton of ttis siore to offer the men of
Bryan and vicnuly the largest and most complete stock of
htgh grade wearab.es for men and young men ever shown
in CcatrcJ Texas.
. Men's Spring Suits
I miK J.Vtt. lUrt .chaffer Michael Stern & Cc and Coll-.e Brand. vcry mt
!he rery bt alue obtamaNf. at tbe prkx ycu wish loy.
SI0.00 $150 $15.00 $18.00 $20.00.
EE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
Psnirks & Wei D F m
A f !
ft : ' ly'
i "in W"'a3IB'BStt
When voa ' ns an order you have no fear to feel bat that
vo will receive tbe ocas orocenct to bad at a (air price.
c have iut received
frcth shipment of . . .
.idiiKO a vauuica
Give us Your
We guarantee to please or
refund. your money.
Hustler wanted to sell -The Chaa-
r See K. iiraats. sna ana? lock-
Mnlth city; r ad Iress Lot .'k.4.
1). K. Hatcti. rearteotr&c tu Be-
eon l'aper Co. f et. LouU. caUed on
toe lEaifle wbiet aai the city yester
Fhoue 3tf for rriacs axid tran.
ferbusine. Havniiew cafriaKO and
will meet all traia. day atid sight
H. D. Kvaue. 4tJ
Mm Irma Ilydr left yeaterdav
for Mullborn to .;yi Saturday aud
Huuday w.th her Mireuta. JJr.jnd
Mrs. A. W. Itoyder.
Yeeterday resolved telf mtv an
ideal shrill' ''ay bef..r the inorniatt
was far adrauced and all nature put
wu a look of radiant freatiuess.
The way the .farmers are working:
these day indicaUe aaod time
I'rof. T. S. "M inter informs tha r.
Kle that thers Vi a tnoventesrt on foot
to form an aleb.nl assoclariao ..r h.
Tduate of the liryan llit choo.
iae 4raduare .Qow nuiuawr ies
and twelve Bxr will be added
hrtlywih tbe craduatlosi fth
preDt class tntklag a total of StC.
Of Uiia suintx-r a jr'eat uiaiy are
reslaVoUsf Bryan and If theM In-
Mjrurete the movement doubtlea
all Mi-raident rrduate will b.
couie aneiiiber of dm
Such aiJ aatoclatlon ss-iuld be advan
taireou to the achuul. the comuiu.
nlty and it member.
rror. and x.K. J.KvIe and .
party uf tire junior student nt tl.
horticultural department of the A.
aud M. col We )iav
from a trip to l!re truck farms of
south and south west Ten for the
practical instruction of thestadeots.
far eJe ar-leat
Flve Koosn Httre (J. s. k'mr4
foi-jier ren.v. 8.wthwet: rrt
fity. C4wvr location. 2 lot. All
eoavetiftne. Will sell or rent rVaa-
H.tly. ApHy toe. o. P.r.oue. V7 1 vrwcw book aroaa-
Dr. W. H. LAVVi?EI1CE
ahead fo old toraaos. edallr if V "cl the students.
the seaeon la a ..ro.tiou. uU.. V""a ne 0U0D 0f"
- - . i
A. W. Hueh iau ai.d J.W. Barron
returned Thursday ii(ht fruta a sue
eessful buut on the Vavasota river.
I'ber were accompanied bv J. I).
Joua of Harvey.
Judgement tor 1'0 upon evidence
ha fceen rendered in Uie district
court Ln the dama- ault of Van Ty
son v. the I. A G. S. railroad.
Services at the Prcabytrriau
church are aunouneed as follows
Sunday at the court house : (Sunday
school at o.lia. m. 1'ubllo worship
at It a. lu. and 7:3d p. m. Westiuin
ster League at fl:li p. in.
The mechanical eii;iuerin de
partment of the A.AM college has
Just Installed a lot of Urw laboratory
apparatus th.1 has loi.j; beeu needed
aud will be especially advantageous
to the work of the senior class.
I will spend Tut'iJay and Wedue.
day o.' tit xt rtk hi Houston select
ing a complete ln.o of Lew sampUs
from the pcpuUr huu.eof levy Brt .
All ordur will to gieu my pt-roul
atttntlou. i'hoi.tj ICJ.
81 .Mr. Nellie Bailarl."
Victor Talk in if Mschlnts on hand.
New records aiming etery day.
Colne lu and bear the greatest talk-
lug machiue made aud buy )ur
uew rscords. tU
J. A. Myers.
redo the public school garden 0f
Kan Antonio which are iu c barge ol
a-a A. and M. graduate. and the truck
farms at lleeville Cwrpu Cbrlstl
Htngsvllle and Brownavllle. They
also visited Slstaaioras. The trip
was a very profitable uui l.o thastu.
Mr. Ira Cain librarian at College
has accpted the positloo of principal
at Jefferson high school at Uu.ko.
gee I. T.. aud l ares for that city
riunday. Mrs. Calu and her brother.
Mr. R A Kui.ley. Will l.iTK ch.rom
of the library for the remainder ofj
the present torm. Mr Nunley
has work in the office of the com-
THE FlflST NATIONAL BAfHCl
OF MK VAX. TEXAS. If
Thr oldct Vational UanL frotii U.UM. lo jj.ijj. U
" - ...oi ai.'iu Jiutlttoil IO I tirsicsn
OEP0SIT03Y TO! THE CW OF BRYAN AND BRJZOS COUNTY.
Capital . . . . $100.000 00
SuiPlus . . . 25000.00
Undivided Profits net 13318.04
Deposits . ... 506132.37
W Hollolf. HuHlncHe. w. a ) .pani to rVu
out' pat imns nv.nptaii.j.
J. W. IH)Wf:r l.BWIIKXT
H. O. fMUTWRIOIIT OITV M RHVav
Le L. Mi ISMS Caii ikk K f I iw i . .......
Master J.'e (Irelan Jr.. Oil lit I
Mr. ana jjrs. joe tJrelau. who wa
kicked byahorne a ttsted in the
Kagle yesterday morning satlered a
fracture vt the skull. Dr. V. II
Oliver performi d an operation re-
moving a piece t-f th skull and the
UJ was reported doing well y. u r-
Msrs I. M. Co ok prssideiu ..f
the Bratos County Farm rs' Uuiou.
and T. P. Hall Kcturt-r of the coun-
ty union and both of the Steep Hol-
low community returned vtsterJ.v
iiom the Mtate meeting of the Farm
ers' I olou held la Dallas.
GIVE US A SHARE
OK Yont TRADF
GRAIN FEEDS and
Our stock m fre.h and complete. le.t J nh tare by ..
ei.j-ssl b..yers and we m.k the prie rifrht. HV puar.nr-
the quality ofour good an.l g-v- or.I-r prompt attfntbn
Give us a trial crder
C E. BULLOCK & COMPANY
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Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 80, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 10, 1906, newspaper, March 10, 1906; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth321763/m1/3/: accessed July 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .