Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 220, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 22, 1906 Page: 3 of 4
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BMGER .D BETTER T.IAN EVER.
Your orders for
Your money back
if not satisfactory
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
H. A T. C. SCHEDULE.
WORTH BOCWD THAI:
No. S 1:88 p.m.
No. R 1I:M a.m.
OCTH BOC5D TfcAllC
I. A O. N. SCHEDULE.
OCTH B0C5D TRAI5S.
No. 10arrUee at 4:44 p. m.
nORTR BOCftD TRAIXS.
No. 102 arrlree At ly:10 a. m
Ers-st Ettle left for Mrlln yes-
terday. Rer. J. I). West return.! botne
John llebert was in from Kurten
J. C Royett was in from Collet;
C. L. Tobiaa was iu from Kurten
Jo Sample wii in from Tabor
W. P. Ayera waa her yesterday
Henry Shej pard waa in from Kur-
Jim Tobiaa of Reliance waa iu the
W. W. Gainer waa iu from Mud-
C. F. Annla lefor iiia home lit
George Echola was in yesterJay
Ieretl Kobe of HountoU i tier
Mr. J. A. Myers li ft on a visit to
B. L. IteeaJ was Iu the city yester
(lav from Mu drill.
Solon Morgan of Reliance was in
tb city yesterday.
John Iff am waa in the city from
Claud Mitchell r. went up to
H. E. Mauley cf Bench ley was Iu
the city yesterday.
.fW turnip sej all rarl-ty at
Hasweil'a Book Store. v.J
Mr. and Mra. T. J. Oray were in
from College yesterday.
Mrs. Will Kinrey and son left for
their hor. in Entile y-strrdar after
a TliM-Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Bovett.
Marriage license hav been Issued
to W. U. Cole and Misa Emma Que-
taTus. Willi Bishop and Annl
Davis John Brown and Allc Hoi-
loway Horac Wilson and Mary
Brown. Antonio Depmterneo and
Blogio Comarota Henry Kurten and
Miss Mlttie Tobiaa Hesakiah Jones
and Amanda Roblnaou.
Trof. B. C. Plttuck who has for
aom tlm been In charge of th
Teias pur feed law has resigned
to tak effect at one. W have not
learned who will succeed him In the
work h ha organized and admlnia.
tsred so satisfactorily to th Texas
users of mill feeds. Farm and
Th Eagle Is requested to call th
proper authorities' attention to th
condition of th road near th con-
vent. It i reported to be ilmmt
Impassable with a loaded wagon
and should b fixed.
Calvt-rt ha received In Ihe neigh-
borhood of ltO bales of cottou to ilat
and her buyers are paylr.g th top of
th market for th staple. Courier-
Chronicle. For fine fresh bread and cakea of
all kind call at th Texas Bakery.
Careful atteutiou to special order.
Phone M. Mrs. Otto Boehuie. tffl
Beall Chatham left for Hearn to
day to make arrangements for an
extended trip to Denver and other
W. L. Closa left yesterday for
Mineral Wells to spend hi vaca
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Marek left
yesterday for their home in Marlln
Mra. S. M. Waldrop left yesterday
on a visit to relatives In Calvert.
Mrs. (). V.. Ingram of Hutto is
itiiitr Jack Lawless of Kurten
Mrs. Edna Minkert returned yes
terday from a visit to Greenville
Jim McMillan waa a plannt
cailer on th Eagle yeaterday.
Mrs F.I). Perkins returned to h-r
horn lit McKinney yesterday.
Mrs. B. II Knox left yesterday !
a visit to relatives in Houston.
W. W. Cloud and wife of Kurten
w-rr in th city yenterday.
Bull Hanover waa in th. ciy
yesterday from Wheelock.
Mr. and Mr. C. P. Smith were iu
from Tabor yesterday.
Darby Cahill was In yesterday
from Thompson Creek.
We arc offering our
entire line of Men's High
Grade Suits at big re-
duction in prices. Every
suit in the house is in-
cluded in this sale; noth-
ing reserved except solid
blacks and blues. The
many suits of medium
weight and dark color
that could be worn the
entire Fall and Winter.
All $10.00 Suits $ 7.85
All 12.50 " 9.85
All 15.00 M 11.85
All 16.50 " 12.85
All 18.00 " 13.85
All 20.00 " 15.85
All 22.50 " 17.85
All 25 00 " 19.85
Intimations of Whit the Cominf Stale
Fair Will be Like.
1't. Texas Aug. 21. The
StateUmr j.Hople are putting into
the f'Whrfjtuioi5 show October 13
to Oct.her 23 UOOjOO more than
thejr have ever before in vetted ifl
an intertitntnent and all the de-
piirluiente will I arranged on a
eormpondinglv greater ecale.
Exhibits and attraction! will ex-
tend all the way around the race
track. The very beet attraction
to be bad are being engaged regard-
leu of cost. Some verj strong
features will ehir'lv r announced
for the auditorium The Pike will
be made up of the very t.ick and
choice amusement aucceo'ee of the
year io the East and North. The
racing department will have all the
elements of interest of any of the
great turf meeting; of the country.
The puree and Make aggregate
nearly toO.OnQ. Each day during
the thirteen week daya of the car-
nival there will he from five to
even running ra;es and from two
to four barneca eventa in which
eomecfthe greatest horses in the
United Hates an Canada will try
for tte money.
DIED AT MIMFORD.
Mr. E. Fitiierald. Ae Shtytbree Yeara
Minirer of Aitia Plantation for
Mr. E. Fitzgerald age C3 yeara
died ye terday morning at 4 o'clock
and will be buried at Frameville
Burlenon county thi morning.
Mr. Fitzgerald waa the manager
of the Atin plantation in the
Braz e bottom for twenty-one yeara.
Na a good ican. lived a fjuiet life
and will r-e mieei by thone who
He leave a wife.
be a regu'ar
the hxt-e to.
night at 8:3"
aiice a re.
C. Oliver. E. Ft
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Tne Modern Woodmen of Amer-
i?a lolje orgarized at tbe K. of V.
hall Monday night by Deputies
HolJredge and Anni elected offi
cer ae follows: S. H. Franklin
consul; V. Freeman aiivi-er; L.
E. Morehea I. hanker; J. J. Hy
clerk D. C. Buchanan escort;
Janje Darwin watchman; A. H.
Royal eentry; C. F. Andre
pbyeician; K I. Andrews V. O.
Wheat U.K. Andrew board wf
Tbi camp etart o(I' with nine
teen charter metiibern with four
Our stock of groceries are sec-
ond to none when it comes to
You cannot make any mistake in placing
orders with us. OUR THREE GRACES
FLOUR guaranteed to equal any thing sold
in town. Try a sack and you will use no
other. Your business will be appreciated.
V BUTTER KEPT ON ICE
Big Stock Turnip Seed on Hand.
Contractor H. T. Lwie ha hen
awarded the contract to plac
hauJsoiue -laa front In fh J. X.
Coin buiMiU now occupied by
Huiiit-r k Chatham. Th work will
begin a soon a material arrives
li.ruk-r tr.e real estate aent.
Mr. Munr.i- Kde tho following
d-als i-losed by him yesterday:
(ins stfVf-ns bought of Mr. Schulti
lit acre on Ferrell Creea. Juu
I.wn j-art of . M. Derdeu tract on
J Sn;ith was arrested yesterday
iiiurnliik' by Deputy bherltf Conlre
on a charge of theft. The money.
5 85 was recovered.
in it. x i. ana 1. u. :s. are
putting In a new crossing in th
southern part of towu uear the
J. M. Stevenson and Ralph Dunn
0. E. S.
A regular iiifttinif of Hryau Chap-
ter Xo. 2.'2. Order of Eastern Star
will be held (hi afternoon at p. in.
. II - 1 t I . . . ... .
i .jpoiiC nail iMTicer jor tti
ensuliiif year will be elected there
tor it Is vt-ry ne-arv that all
members be pretjt.
Mr.. Edna Mink erf. W M
Mrs. !iia F. II--d. S-cretary.
I. t.. . ofttn or (irlnica foj'itv was
U.S. Hwei rturnJ from Oal
Mad Famoua by D To In Advirw
vnturca of Robinson Cruao.
New York. An;. 21. A report reach
ed tkla city Monday that the South
left yesterday for the Koppe farm American earthquake destroyed the
to repair the gin for the cominir
Ed Dry Goods Co. have just pur
chased and placed a large and com
inodiua safe In their business houst
Abe Edell of Houston waa in the
city yesterday shaking hands with
til mauy friends.
Mra. Jim Boxley and daught-r
Mlsa Hallle. were iu from 1'ror
Misses Delia Suowwhit and Liz
zleKiiappof Calvert are guests f
Mr. It. J. Kailey.
S. II. Higgs waa down on the
streets yesterday for th first time
after a severe illness.
C. P. Welch of Terrell la here
buying cotton for Henuekeu fc Vo-
gelsaua of Ualvestou
Miss Lena Board returned to her
home In Waco yesterday accompan-
ied by Misa Irene Board.
Mrs. J. M. Holder and children
of San Antonio ar hra th guests
of Mr. and Mra. A. O. Dunnlca.
Misa Vivian Koyder returned to
her home at Wellborn yesterday
after a pleasant visit in the city.
Mr Henry Crenshaw of Fort
Worth ia hre th guest of bla bro
Island of Juan Fernandei off the Chil
ean rout. It beloneed to Chile and
on it were a penal setUement and
Tela la the Island made famoua br
uajuci ie roe as tne seen of the
thrilling adventures cf Robinson Cru-
GIRL'S AWFUL FATE.
Mis of Sixteen Yeara Outraged and
Strangled to Death.
RaJelRh. X. C. Aug. ZZ. The body
of the alxtefn-rearold danchter nf
Oeorj- Waddell was found near Fre
mont bla home. While on her war
to visit a Ctrl frlrnd an unknown man
outraged and atraxglvd her.
Governor Frar?t2 Will Soon lasua a
Proclamation on Subject
Gothrle Aug. tlv Governor Fnmti
Will Bonn lsilia It rmvliniflnn AH-
- . ' w. u.iin'
leg th boondarle of th conaUtuUonal
roDTcniuin ana securing mat tne elec-
tion of delegate shall be on Nev. I
under th election law of Oklahoma.
Ft Petersbarc. Ant "it.
?eek'a stafttlra show that rtrtvihi
cfflclala wee murdered and forty three
wounded In Rusala proper; tkat no
bomb dMDOt tern d!rn.ri1- tail
alz aafea wer rifled of money and six-
ty three persona were robbed.
IS ALL WE WANT
To convince you that your Grocery orders
cannot he placed to better advant-
ace than with u.
A SPECIAL STOOY
Is made of the wanta of our customers as
the eeasona change. Draw on our
now and save hot weather
work and worry.
Ring 78 and 54 and we will do the rest.
LAW RE RICE'S C
H. H. Henry J. V. Brogdon R. L Brogdon
HENRY & BROGDON BROS
Wholesale and Retail GRAIN DEALERS
Livery Business Exclusively (or White Patronage
Fresh Stock of
ALWAYS ON HAND
Feed Store 'phone
Thi most fashionable
in the city.
BOARDERS A Specialty
Stable 'phone 42
The Bryan Brokerage Company
Cotton Stocks Grain and Provisions
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. QROESBEECK
Snnthweot corner For Information
Zauttl Bl-.ck. C1 phone :W2.
Complete line of Jnformation and Comment.
W B. HERBERT Manager
GET OUR PRICES
OUR STOCK OF
fill AMD FEED
IS ALWAYS COMPLETE AND FRESH. WE WILL
NOT BE UNDERSOLD. PHONE 376 '
WILSON GRAIN & COAL CO.
.t at a- "
The Old Reliable"
U4' 'j S. H. FRANKLIN'S
L MEAT MARKETS
Still offer the Beit Inducements.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Seasonable Market Products.
Experienced Service. Best Cold Storage equipment
Give us your business. We g ua ra nt e e to please.
ON FURNITURE PAID IN FULL FIFTEEN DAYS AFTER
NOTICE OF LOSS. Quick aettlement of alt claims at
100 cents on the dollar
iaonrmntto. We sell the BE3T AND ONLY THE BEST FIRE
LIFE. LIVESTOCK or anything In the insurance line.
W. A. WATKINS Agent
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Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 220, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 22, 1906, newspaper, August 22, 1906; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth321890/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .