Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 205, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1906 Page: 3 of 4
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GOVERNMENT HAS IT.
BACK AGAIN ..
IN THE GROCERY BUSINESS
I desire to announce that I bare
purchased the Grocery business of
Dansby & Dansby and invite the pat-
ronage of the public guaranteeing the
best goods and service. My long ex-
perience in the Grocery business is well
known to the people of Bryan and I
will at all times keep the best and
freshest goods to be had. The same
force of employes remain with the house.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
H. T. C. SCHEDULE.
WORTH BOUND THAI:
No. 3 1:88 p.m.
No. ft 12:44 a.m.
OCTH BOCMD THAI:
No. I 8:10 p.m.
No. 8... 1:18 a.m.
I. O. X. SCHEDULE.
OCTH BOUND TKilSI.
No. 101 arrive at 4:41 p. m.
NOKTH BOUXD TBAISS.
No. 102 arrives at 1J;10 a. m
J. 8. Td Wf lit to
Rossrr Conlee hat a petition with
Chiffon Tells all colon. Mm. Mary
Iloht. V. Howell hat returned
Joe Saladmer returned frm Beau-
Phillip Kiull-r of Kurteu wat in
town yetterday .
Matter Phillip Grogiuski it tisit
log lu lialvetton.
T. It. Miller arrived yesterday from
Anton ConraJ of Kurteu wat lu
tht city yetterday.
I). H. Lloyd of Reliance wat in
the city yetterday.
J. V. Hamilton hat returned from
the Mexia reuulou.
Claude Buchanan of Kurteu wat
lu the city yetterday.
Mr. and Mrt. V. C. Mart arrived
from Marllu yetterday.
Mrt. John Steele wat a vltitor
from Mllllcan yetterday.
Mrt. J. Webb Howell and rhildr-U
are visiting in Oalvestou.
Mia Jane Keller of Galveiton It
fie Kui-tt of lie Mary Harris.
Henry Koonti ani John Sabo of
Ztk wre in the city yetterday.
1 ixl uiotoulto tart the t l.tO
kind. J(X. Norwood. lUtMwH
Mrt. Films and ton of IIiitii are
the guests of Mr. and Mrt. Kuhy.
Mrt. V. S. Adaine an J Mitt Ha-
zel Adams returned to Kunit yet-
trrday C. 'A. sMllwell hat returned from
a via t to San Antonio and old Mexi-
during A iuur.
For Sale Elht
Rood prairie hay.
HUtft hone 17.
r ten tout of
Andy to A. L.
turned from thewett.
Millirau wat iu
liavlnir Jutt re
J. C. Chaney of Mea wat in the
J. S. Franrlt wat in from Cotton-
Leonard McDonald of Macy wat
lu tht city yetterday.
P. L. Barron of Rock Prairie wat
in the city yetterday.
O. I). Hentarllng it here from Tay-
lor on a vitlt to relative!.
Major L. L. Mrlnnit hat returned
from a vitlt at Kl'igtlarid.
100 moaulto hart to be told at ac-
tual coat at Norwood'!. U2Sw44
Dr. W. P. Jouet and John Dvett
of Harvey were iu the city yetter-
day. I). Mike Jr. It Improving from hit
lllnett and h'es to be out In auotli-'
Jetf P. Itoyder atid ton ot Well- !
born wer vlitort to the citv yet-.
Mrt. Kin a Minkert left last ulirt.t '
lt a vit to relative in Oreenville
and Deiiinoii. 1
It ua feed you
Itititf tit up todty.
r... J. rouutaiu.
Mrt. K. F. Downar J
it t tie (.'Ufkt of ler t"ii.
ard ami family.
O. H. Heed wat lir
yesterday locking after the H
C. tratlic Interests.
Mrt. F. N. Drane returned
Corticana vetterday after a vltit
Mr. aud Mrt- J. S. Moorinic.
(iTfe NeUbalek a:id Chat. Vet-
inlrovftky hare been vltltlntt Houa-
tou and (.lalvettou tht pant few dayt
t . : . . I . i . . . .
41 imxi Hiimuuiii) nan in !..
and 1 .') kind at II. lu. dJOfiwtl
H. C. Pittuck left latt ni.-ht tor
Palla and will leave for a vuit to
New York about the tntddl of the
J. L. Heimarlinir wat here from
Wellborn yef-rlay and reports
tpieiKiu prttret lu the revival
Our customers are all satisfied
can't we attd you to our list this
month? Try ut. Phones lll-17i.
E. J. Fountain. :H7
Rout. H. Armstrong haa returied
from vuit to Colorado Sprint.
lot. nit wire and tou win reinaiu
there torn. tune.
Mr. ami .Mrt. nave Howard were
vititora from !la yetterday and
Mr lioward and children left to
vuit in !liiutn.
Mr. J. (Iweii of Lot Uatoa Cat.
who. with her daughters It tier on i
vioit to reiativea. left here to penl
a l-w iiay t In aco.
113 Dixie Moiutto bar frame for
iron and wood heda.fl 111 cl.'tV.wU
Nothing reserved all this
season's styles in splits
Sennits Porto Ricans and
All $2.00 Hats
All S2.50 Hats JJQ
All $300 Hats 2 00
AU $3.50 Hats
Mr. Ralph Dunn vne of the mem-
bers of the firm of the Nteveutoo
Machlue and Repair Works of Bry-
an wat over Ut week making tome
ri-raira mi th waterworkt plant of
the Sfiaplra hotel H. did a little
scientific work for the Meteor while
here connecting in ou circuit our
Koline engine with a dynamo a
at of batteriet an induction coil and
a twitchboard. And now our little
eniriue jut naturally pets up and
move and pnllt all the load we can
put on her. Mr. Dunn like hit es-
teemed partner old "J. B." la all
ritcht. Madltouvllle Meteor.
Dr. Retti writet the Eagle from
Wellborn that owing to the interest
manifested III the meeting lu whh'h
he I en.'ak'ed there he will not re-
turn t Bryan Sunday and there I.I
be no Methodut church ervlc on
that dar. Sunday tcho will be
held at the utual hour. There have
been teveral conversions at the
Cream of Wheat
Uoval Seal OaN
2 lb can
I 'op turn
Cocoa cut Dainties
Fancy aortment of
Try a package of Telmo Tea.
WHEN IN NEED OF
SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT
KINDLY REMEMBER US.
We keep our Hock complete with F U E8 II (J ROC E T.I Es.
Our bueinee-a continues to grow every month. We appreciate
the pAtjonage of the people and give theft in return good values
for tfieir money. If you are not a cuntotser we want you to be.
Everything Sold under a Guarantee.
PHONE 142 ..
higgs & Mcculloch
BUTTER KEPT OV ICE
The Eairle note from pot card
received bv Irienda hre from
Ik Zulch tliat he.lirti htnielf Mayor
of Znlch. and aaya the railroad ha
come. Here's hoping the trentleu.au
may boi l hit office lu perpetuity.
Mr. Joe t hrtotlan aud tont
Wheeler and Bill. wre here vetter
dar eiiroute to Iola. Orlinea muntv
on a vitlt to relative. Mr. WheeUr
it now a retldent of Wichita countr
but formerly lived in Otlmet.
Rev. (4. A. Foter returned yes
terdar from Uavet. near Franklin
I where he haa been eniratred in a re
I viral meeting which reaulted In
I nineteen addition! tn th rhnrrh
tixteeu of !ame by baptitm.
Fritz Hraatz on yeaterday ttarted
the service on his electric fan cir
cuit and tilt patrona are now enjoy-
In if tumuier retort advantau'ea at
their placet of butinett while they
The Citv National bank at Bryan
hat been (leiiitnated a depnltary of
tlie I'nited Statea by Hon. Let lie M
Shaw tecretary of the treatury
We congratulate our ueiifhbore.
Why ut. Inferior flour when you
can get the bett on earth A uiericau
Beauty at tame price. e abto-
lufelr guarantee thl ttour to trlv.
atltfaction. E.J.Fountain. 201
Mr. and Mr. F. Marion Law left
yetterday to visit New York and
other eastern points. They ko by
way of lialvetton atd Mallory line
Rett. J. M. Bullock and J. F. flal-
lev liavecled the revival meetinic
at Bethel Baptitt church. There
were twelve additions to the church
For fine fn th bread and ck t of
all kli.dt call at the Texas Bakery.
Careful attention to special orders.
Phone K'. .Mit. iMio iioeniiie. i
For Rent Five room house with
(food well cd nater. Apply to O. E.
Svtaborg Fortrttt In Complete Cor
trol jf Rgitlan Authorltitt.
ft:lr'ls A-i. 3. Sveshorj; f
tre lronjii t-ly In the h.ir.dt of the
govern 4ul l'il.nert rre i.-i.ir'hed
out kJ i(Rt t(J Ska) a ji
where they at trluj
A Soclnllmic red :;ar.i Thunlay
evenlrn D.tI.. s U.t effort to brlna:
Stout a R'-neral trlke. Tbey marrbd
in i-jrce to n power Loui of the
street rallrot-l and ordered the men to
strike. Upon refusal the ruard at
tempted to dettroy the balldln. I'o.
Ilea and romraunal rurds were sura-
moned and a fight followed reiultlnc
In the kllllnr of the attUtant chief of
polite and teveral communal (uarJ
and a number of red guarcit. Cot-
sacks were iummoned and separated
the combatant!. The red ruard con-
sists for the creater part of the Fin-
alih proletariat. whll the communal
rutrdt are made up of th middle anil
wealthy tlt.aei and organized to
mtaln order and prote'-t property.
Tbey are armed with rlflea and are-
under almont military discipline. Tho
roveroment li handllnr the sltuatiou
carefully fearlnc the movement may
spread throughout the country. Cca-
tarks are uied only In extreme caiea
and tht-n dUpersei crowd! with more
rentlenen than they do In Rula.
It ha tranrpired that the sharp flr
lor heard from Sveaborr between 4
and 5 o'clock Thursday mornlna came
i from Infantry relnforcementa dltpatch-
ed mere for the purpose of construct-
ing pontoon bridge! from. Island to Is-
land in order to pnteit fortlllratlons
from the mutineers. The troops were
supported by a cannonade from the
fortress on Sandhsmm Uland. The at-
tempt was suTegsful and the govern-
ment flag was bolited at noon show
log that Sveaborg fortrt-tt la In u
buad! of Loyalist! gome 2.000 rein
forcemenu of troopi arrived at Hel-
ilngfors. Telegraph Hnet were cut severing
connection with Viborg and a small
railroad bridge between here and Vi-
borg blown up. The bridge was sub-
Trains from St. Peterburg are ar-
riving here after great delay. One ot
the railway bridges here haa again
been blowa up with dynamite but It
was oon repaired.
Casualties at Sreaborg were many
but l'" U undoubtedly sn unexagger-
Offlrerf wives showed unerring de-
votion at nurses. Wounded mutineers
suffered considerably ss there were
but l!I : rovhh d with medical supplies
Children at Philadelphia Being Op
erated Upon For This Purpose.
New York Aug. 3 A special to the
Herald from Philadelphia ssys: Fol
lowing the theories of the country's
foremost physician and the recent
ruling of the juvenile courts the I'enn
sylvanla Society to Protect Children
From Cruelty working In conjunction
with Director Coplln of the bureau of
health has instituted the practice of
performing operations upon the cLII
dren given Into Mi charge where
medlral opinion Is that such a course
is likely to prevent a criminal career.
The first tubjecta were operated on
Thursday nt the Infirmary of the so-
rb ty. In all seven children were put
nr.der the knife by a number of the
city's most prominent surgeons.
A number of other similar opera-
tions will take place soon.
Of 147 children examined 50 per cent
were found to be suffering from imper-
fect refraction of the eyes. Classes
lave been ordered for all of these.
Wellington Who Was Killed. Hsd
Been Indicted by Grand Jury.
Memphis. Aug. 3. W J. Cook one
of the Judges of the election who wss
shot In a row at the polls Thursday
dhd Friday. J. G. Wellington who
w killed on the spot wss recently
Indicted by the grind Jury charged
with running a disorderly house on
Marble street. B F. Conn shot In
the heel was not seriously Injured.
Wellington. It Is claimed demanded
to remain In the Judgea room during
the count This was refused and a
The Iu-mocratle primaries for con
gressman of the Tenth district show
(ieneral George W. (lor Ion and J. W.
Apperson to be the lead ng candidates
Tbey will run It off Aug. 11.
H's Former Suspension Brought About
President's Open Shop Order.
Washington. Aug. 3 W A. Miller
assistant foreman In Cue government
printing office who was suspended by
the public printer July Jl for Insubor
dination and Insolence has been dis-
missed from the government service.
Miller's former suspension In 19oJ was
the csuse of President Roosevelt's or
der declaring the government printing
office and all other offices where work-
men are employed by the government
to he open shop.
Antlers. I. T.. Aug. 3. A second ar
rest was made by Frisco detectives In
connection with the wrecking of the
flyer Sunday In which the fireman wss
killed snd engineer seriously wounded.
Both men are in Jail here. The pris
oners were employed at a sawmill.
Lufkln. Tex.. Aug. 3 Mill of the
Angelina County Lumber company.
near here burned early Friday. No
Stock waa destroyed. The mill which
was valued at tZ.'.oiH) was Insured for
$17000. It will be rebuilt.
Average Condition of Cotton.
Wsshlngton Aug. 3. A statement
Issued at noon Friday by the crop es
timating board of the department of
agriculture shows the average condi-
tion of cotton July 2i to be kZ 9
' WITH THE GOODS
PROMPTNESS ia delivering orders is
"J J a feature of our Gro-
cery business in which
we take especial pride. Phones 78 and
54 put the wheels in motion if if
RING IS THIS MORNING
H. H. Henry J. V. Srogdon R. L Brogdon
HENRY & BROGDON BROS
. Wholesale and Retail GRAIN DEALERS
Livery Business Exclusively lor White Patronage
Fresh Stock ot
ALWAYS ON HAND
Tht most fashionable
in the city.
BOARDERS A Specialty
Stable 'phone 42
The Bryan Brokerage Company
Cotton Stocks Grain and Provisions
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. GROESBEECK
Sc-nth w.t corner Fr Information
call Flione ltf2.
Complete line of Information and Comment.
W. B. HERBERT. Manager
ON Fl'RXIITRE PAID IN FULL FIFTEEN DAYS AFTER
NOTICE OF LOSS. Wulck settlement of all claims at
100 cents on the dollar
is our motto. W.sellthe BEST AND ONLY TH E BEST FIRE.
LIFE. LIVESTOCK or anything in the Insurance line.
W. A. WATKINS Agent
OfKct vr fb who)
GET OUR PRICES
OUR STOCK OF
m AND FEED
IS ALWAYS COMPLETE AND FRESH. WE WILL
NOT BE UNDERSOLD. PHONE 376
WILSON GRAIN & COAL CO.
"The Old Reliable"
(Ur S. H. FRANKLIN S
Still offer the Best Inducements.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Seasonable Market Products.
Experienced Service. Best Cold Storage equipment
Give us your business. We jnirintee to please.
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