Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 243, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 18, 1906 Page: 4 of 6
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Doolcy Yam lutvo
Cream of Wheat
Cereta Wheat Food
Royal Seal Oats
Weekly shipment of Premium Hams
and Breakfast Bacon.
Higgs & McCulloch
tilr at ts PotoB m olis
BY CARNES A WALLACE.
BRYAN TEXAS. SEPTEMBER 18
Mtxia want to be headquarters
for the Texas Fire Million Club.
Now somebodj will be laying
that H. Clay Pierce talks too
The Texas Industrial Associa-
tion ha. been organized at Marlin
with Jno. II . Kirby of Houston
Secretary Taft is generally con-
ceeded to be the republican favor
ite for president. He should be
able to put another feather in his
cap by attending to that little
racket down in Cuba.
A London press report asserts
that England and all Europe
would like to see the United States
take control of Cuba. Provided
this is true what further en
couragement does the men in the
White House need?
The fact that newspapers are!
multiplying in China is regarded J
as a 1001 hopeful sign by students
of sociology. Tsi An the empress
dowager has adoptm! progressive
roessures for which ehe formerly
deposed the emperor.
4 DAYS RACING
Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE
OVER HAHWELL'8 BOOK HTOrtB
(l'rivate Hoarding House)
GonJ hoard nice rmims. Rates
by the Jay r werk. Near (eat
of) M. & T. C. passenmr depot.
E A. McKENZIE
Kr.vn tli tlO il Hahv Vn lor tip I now in .t.-xk lh tmprowd Victor
111 -pii Ir.im t'vi to . I'imh rronl t on injm
I'm atul tli tarn Ho UO
A LAKCih t.INt OF VICTOR KtCOKDS ALWAYS ON HAND
Fancy Cakes anJ Crackers
Grits 2 lt rN
Full Cream Cheese
CORNER STONE LAVING.
Program for Exercises at the New Metho-
dic Chores VYedaesday Alteroooa.
Dr. I. F. Belt announce the fol-
lowing program of exercises for the
laying of the corner stone ot the new
Methodist church at 4:30 p. m.
Wednesday Sept. 13:
Son. No. &S9 "Christ Is Made the
Souk No. 631 "Before the Sure
Address by Rsv. H. C. Willis of
Xavaaota presiding elder of the
Song. No. Rift "On this Stone Now
Laid with Prayer."
All are cordially invited to attend
WANTS A POST SCHOLARSHIP.
The Eagle clips the following
from the Houston Pott and de-
sires to commend Charlie Murray
to the people of Bryan and Braios
county as worthy of their en-
couragement and support in his
laudable ofi'ort. Post readers have
been successful in two other con-
tents the pest year and there is
no reason why they should not
also be able to land this prize for
Bryan Texas Sept. 9. I am a
poor boy who desires an education
and have entered the Houston Po t
content for a scholarship in the
Massey Business college and re-
spectfully ark my friends through-
out the state U remember me when
sending in their sulmcriptions and
vote to The Houston Post.
Iiecpeclfully Charlie Murray.
AtG o'clock Sunday afternoon
on the cool t-hady lawn at the
home of Mr. add Mrs. Y. F. Gibbs
a few friend from the neighbor
hood were invited to witness the
christening of Wilbur .Sanford
Gibbs the uprightly infant eon of
Mr. and Mrs. (ibl. An impro
vited alUr wan banked with pot
plant and surmounted by vsm J
cut flower. Dr. I. K. Betts
pastor tf the Methodist church
adiuiiiMertu the beautiful rite
designed to conHecrate the little one
to the cauee of the Master while
hi young life is pure and t-tsinle-i
and to impress uon the fond pa-
rents the duty of teaching and
training him in the way of life.
After the cereuionv a pleasant
half hour was spent in con verm-
ton dainty refreshments tuf
3 Eg EMS
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OPENLNQ.
kiarcftwas Filled U Its limoit Capa
city Masterful Scrmoa by the
All other Protestant denomina
tions of Bryan united with the
Presbyterians Sunday morning
11 o'clock in opening their beaut'il
new church. The day was fair and
the attendance was very large po.
pie being present from Bryan
College aud the country. The con
gregation overflowed the building
and quite a Dumber were unable
to find room. Keys. Davis Ta-
tum Crane Betts and Butler as-
listed the pastor Dr. J. D. West
in the service and Uevs. Powell of
the A. and M. College and Hailey
of the Texas Woman's College were
also present. Pupils of the Allen
Academy and the Texas Woman's
College were in attendance accom
panied by faculty members. Prof.
T. P. Junkin of College lead the
choir and the mr.sic was splendid.
Invocation Rev. J. W. Davis
Song No. SI Congregation
Scrpture Lessons. .Rev. J.J.Tatum
Prayer Rer. J. L. Crane
Song No. 56'.) Congregation
Prayer Dr. I. F. Betts
Song No 572 Congregation
Benediction Dr. G. B. Butler
Rev. Tatum read scripture les
sons beginning with the tenth
verse of the twenty-eighth chapter
of Genesis and the first verse of
the eighth chapter of Romans.
Dr. West prefaced bis sermon
with an acknowledgement of the
courtesy of the other churches
manifested on the occasion noting
it was the fourth time in recent
yeara in Bryan he had witnessed
church openings and the manifes-
tation of the same spirit. "I have
never known Bryan to fail" said
the venerable pattor "on a call of
courtesy mercy or benevolence."
Dr. West expressed thsnks to the
county authorities for the use the
courthouse while the church was
under construction and spoke feel
ingly of the love and sacrifice which I
made possible the building of thej
church the completion of which
was marked by this soUmn but
joyful opening celebration.
Relating an incident from "Be
side the Bonnie Brier Buh" Dr.
West said that he had determined
that his opening sermon in the
new church should be "A Good
for Jei-us " The test was from
John xiv.H: "Jeu aith unto him. I
am the way the truth and the life."
The srtnon was analytical and
masterful in its phi!iophical on-
clufion. and impre-red the truth
that the prcib'eiu of lif- i to know j
J'his. uti.l thitt the iMeatest arej
thd-e knowiiL' liiin drepert nd
mot completely. J
The Kste lin previously ae i -1
s description of th KniMing in de-
tail aiil t th in v he ndd-d the
very important Urt that the
acou-lii'- are perfect.
OPKRA HOU.E. THrn.--DAY.fKPT. 20.
THE A. AND M. COLLEGE
It Teach ltb Partite he waat Prac-
tical Eda.atloa lor Their Boys.
Houston Tex. Sept. 15. Prof.
Robert F. Smith of the Acricultur
al and Mechanical college was in
the city today. He saya that
great and growing institution has
already had more applications from
young men wanting to enter than
the college can possibly provide
for with its limited means of ac-
commodation. This is one of the
educational institutions of Texaa
that comes in close touch and
sympathy with fathers and moth-
ers who want their boys to receive
useful and practical education
along industrial lines as well as
"hook education." It being the
institution which is in Mine with
and working for the promotion of
the farming interest of Texas
it should he properly provided for
when the next legislature passes
the appropriation bill. Galveston
Mr. Greer Wiley and Miss Rosa
Sample of the Tabor community
stole a march on relatives and
friends Sunday and went to Whee
lock where they were married by
Rev. J. P. Skinner formerly of
Millican. Returning borne they
announced the happy consumma
tion of the union of their hearts
and lives and are now at home
with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Blanton.
The bride is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Sample and is a
lovable and popular young lady
and was reared in Brazoa county.
The groom an industrious young
farmer is a nephew of Mr. J. W.
Wiley and came to Brazos county
about three years ago from North
The Eagle joins friends in ex-
Following are the cotton receipts
of Bryan for the season up to 6
o'clock Saturday afternoon:
Iawrric Warehouse .ItlJ
Krlck Warehouse 3M
Total bat. 9128
The above receipts are repub-
lished owing to a mistske in trans
osing the receipts of the ware-
houses in the issue of Sunday
T Otton (Sinners:
Partiea owning or operating cotton
or uinnlng plants are requested Im-
mediately to aetnl III their names
their potottic add re and also
their telegraphic atddreaaea. that I
nav ftuhmit to them a proposition
wtiii-li may he to tlielr uttanttel
financial advantage. I ahall appre-
ciate it if any of my regular corres-
pondent to Winn eye the) ad-
vertisement may rnm will send
tne a list of the name and add rennet
of rotton (timer In their locality.
All communication will b con-
fidentially treated. Aritfre
THKO. H. PRICK
sj Heaver ."street. New York.
Cirl in Dixie"
i It II r I Iij la lllr
WITH THE CHANCES
And always having on hand a select itock of seasonable
goods is something we never neglect
AS THE SEASON ADVANCES
You will (iaii our store always rcaJr lor your wauls with
ATTRACTIVE APPETIZING EDIBLES.
PHONES 78 & 54
Jno. fill. Lawrence & Co.
Safety Razor $1.50
Old Blades resharpened and returned poitqaid 40c
Set ol New Blades postpaid 50c
ole Hd w. o
H. H. Henry J. V. Brogdon R. L Brogdon
HENRY &l BROGDON BROS
Wholesale and Retail GRAIN DEALERS
Livery Business Exclusively lor White Patronage
Fresh Slock ol The most fashionable
FEEDSTUFFS CALL TURNOUTS
ALWAYS ON HAND nf. Q in the city.
Feed Store 'phone U n U a BOARDERS A Specialty
No. 53 Stable 'phone 42
MAKING THINGS HUM
At tho BRYAN STEAM LAUNDRY
Tliat I our policy . In a l lltioii to dolii flrt-rlas work w
make It a lnt to l jiminpf In aorvlntr our "jtoiuiri auJ now
hav T W t) X K V VA t X .S It f X X I X U.
Ring 141 and we will call lor your bundle. Our Terms are Cash.
HEARNE & DANSBY
Houston. Tex. and Denver. Col. via H. A T.C. Is Fort Worth
and the Denver Road to Denver.
Dining Car Service between Fort Worth and Denver.
Also through sleeper between Galveston and St Louis via
G. II. & S. A. Kjr to Houston. II. &. T. C to Denison and M K.
& T. to St Louis. Also between Houston and Austin. Waco
and Dallas. "Summer Excursion Rates in eflcct daily.
Two Through Trains Daily.
For information see ticket agent or address
H. A. JONES. Traffic Manager. M. L. ROBBINS G. P. A.
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