Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TWELFTH YEAR, No. 2, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 11, 1906 Page: 4 of 6
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Packard's Hand-painted China.
Imported Hand-painted China.
The finest line of CutGlass in the State--T. C. Hawkes
at very low prices.
A Deauinui line 01 new cm-its
and designs in
You must see them to appreciate
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Sterling Silver has advanced again as well as silver plate in many factories as
much as 15 to 20 per cent. I bought a good big stock of these goods and will sell them
at the old price for 30 days. All who wish Rogers Bros flat ware will do well to see me
before the Christmas rush. My stock is complete and I am offering bargains in Watches
Clocks and Jewelry to all who come first. Do not wait until the last week.
We cannot control the weather
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HAND PAINTED CHINA
Tht Si4aril lar 0 uliiy lU WatM 0er
... ..l. m ftiM-c ill rltina ire
.ien.ot arrstu-a. 1 ordinal drsiptnne.
hamviiiii color;: an !. al..e
vn u tour otters roa spicim. wets
MONOGRAM SETS ARC THE
DELIGHT OF OUR PATRONS
Ask r illuvated Hookleta
00 LI DAYS
THE QUICK UNE
jftfort? East Mcjcico
AND ALL POINTS IN TEXAS.
Drop in lm n4 let ut Idl ou what' domj. or
Sill- I. & U. N. AOLNTS.
oil mill plant of fifty tons daily
capacity constructed according to
plans made by Mr. Cash himself
along original liiu-s Miggested by
his practical experience in ine ims-
iness and his mechanical and con
structive ability and under his i
direct supervision. I
It is needless to say that the com- j
pletion mill will le joyfully wel-
coined by everybody and the ICagle J
lspeaks for the new enterprise
that hearty supiort and lilieral ;
patronage which an experience of
nearly two years without it has
shown it to le deserving of as one i
of the most helpful patent' factors ;
in the liuUistsial wel tare 01 town
and county alike.
As above stated Mr. Cash is in
charge of the mill as vice president
and manager. Mr. C. M. Mer-
chant of Houston is cashier and
Mr. C. II. (iardncr of Ilearne
NEW IRLE FHITIST ASSOCIATION.
Filtered at the l-.tollu e in Hi van Trxa
a rvt)iiJ-4la matter.
HY CARNFS A WALL ACT.
HKVAN. TKXAS. DKC. II. l''6
" city anxouxcumi-nts
The Ka;le i iithiried tu annoiime
as lanilUlate f.K re-eleti.m lu Hie
of City Secretary at the eiiMiin election
sulijt-ct to the action of the Democratic
party ol the City of Hiyan.
OIL MILL ABOUT COMPLETED.
A Model Fifty Ton Pliol Compci and
Complete in Equipment.
A visit to the oil mill in the north
ern turt of town will disclose a
scene. Mr. H. ! Cash
vice president and manager has a
lorce of twenty men at work in the
various parts of construction work.
The buildings are all completed
and much of the machinery has
Wen placed while some of the lat-
t. r i ti iTimt- in vet. which will
.'. M . i'.i'.iv the c.:npl.-t i
-.. .1 '.he bcg'.iii.ii.j; ol" Us
operation until Jan. i. A fair
stock of cotton seed has 1k.ch ac-
cumulate! and is held in readiness
for starting the mill.
The brick mill building formerly
used as the ginnery affords ample
room for the plant. The ground
floor when the machinery is placed
will be floored with vertified brick.
1'pstairs are the linters cleaners
and other equipment while the
linter press has leeii put in ot the
north end of the building.
Conveyors extended to the seed
and hull houses and along the front
of the seed house to the II. & T.
C. and I. 0. N. tracks. The
seed house has a uk fx.t front for
unloading wagons and an elevator
for raising and distributing the seed.
Tl- stt-d and hull houses are con
structed w ithout sidewalls the root
King extended to the ground on an
angle economizing construction ex-
jieiise and avoiding pressure. Oil
tanks are !eing ereciea wesi m wv-
mill building and the plant will U-
eqtiippetl with its own electric light
It is a complete compact model
A 1 ot tie
a c ctpt.'i
ble gift. A dain-
ty perfume is a de-
light to many a woman.
There is a certain scent that
just suits her icrsonality.
We car ry all the finetnlors
Violet. Uose Heliotrope
Lily of the Valley and
many fancy French brands
They are all charming.
Let us sample you and
von will le convinced
Finest the Market Affords
Peaches Apricots Apples Prunes
Dried Grapes London Layer Raisins
MANY OTHER GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Phone 142 for Prompt Service
Will S. Higgs
. iii..' V. II IJ ;.i kuttcn uc '.. Jay
tiiu muray I. A. Strt
At Kurten on Wednesday and
Thursday last was held a meeting
of great importance which marks
an t-Kch in tlie cnurcn wont oi ine
Free llaptist church in tins section
of the slate. The meeting was
held for the purixsc of organizing
The Central Texas Free llaptist
Association c o m prising the
churches of this denomination in
Hrazos Madison (irimes and Leon
counties but not restricted to these
as the growth of the work will
n-rtainlv enlarce its siihere from
year to year.
Organization was effected with
the election of the following officers
for the ensuing year: Rev. W. T.
Wood of Harvey moderator; Lu-
ther Fay ne of Willow Hole clerk;
J. V. Gilpin of Kurten treasurer.
There was a good representation
of delegates and ministers. The
association meets a year hence at
Among other iiuiKirtaut worn
done at the Kurten association was
the ordination of Rev. T. A. Searcy
of this city as a minister of the
Free llaptist church. Rc Searcy
has lxeti cniMucd in church ami
Sunday scoool work for a numKr
of years and has traveled over a
great part of the state. His zeal
and ability and the success with
u nii ii he lias met attest the wisdom
of the authorities of the church in
clothing him with the full power
jof the ministry.
INDIGESTION A CRIME.
! I)-:: t Jim anl a kci n aj j et i t c. vi'T-
1 uui iticrtion toll hcait action pure
' IUmii1 neto of teel aiul i.atiual treni;'h
I an! healiii restored to you once more1
I If . .intiniir to mirier iti the ill of
j iiu!i..-iion Mu h as headache liaclache.
sVc'lonr naiiM-a and ilitre alter eat-
i im: 'tvW liefore the re dcNpondeiicy
! and iierininrs now that von hav a l-en
t; J ot the hh! .Mi-o-na toina. n tanien
will do you then your indigestion i an
al'tolute i rime.
Ml i-na will utrentlcn all the r;an or
dicetion so that ou will tret from your
food the noiiiihment that i needed to
uiort the wtal forces and stremjthen the
neue power; the riacing spirits of mind
and lody will he reiivenated; hope conr-
3C and tiei:th will te restored.
The fc that Mi-o-no is v. Id under an
absolute Kuarantee by K. J. Jenkins to
strengthen the diestise system and restore
health or he will refund the money proves
most clearly and trongly the (jreat merit
of this remedy.
Ak F-. J. Jentiin to show you the guar-
antee he Rives with every M-cent box of
Mi-on-a. Thit wrill ihow hit faith in
the remedr. and Mi-o-na itelf will soon
den Jitfa't itt htalth-givinj quiliriei.
A. L. MONDRICK M. D.
Orfice at James' Urns Store.
Special Attention Given
Eye Ear Nose and Throat
KISIDKNCF. l'llUNi: 'J(l-
T. R. Batte
Attomey at Law.
Real Estate for Sale
I lis.vp itt vral nicw family r-
.IftiOHSi for naif raiiulim rrtc
ironi tfOUO iki up on tu- immt literal
prin; all itunf"l nar IIih grail"!
school 011 "ant llf.
j. W. BATTS
Real Estate Agent.
Ottice in Talialerr liuildiiu: opposite the
t unit Mouse. rnone
Have in ortice the ONLY set of Abstract
Book. of Braos l otintv !.and Titles.
The W. C. Pitts 800
JINKS & CEISECKE Propr i
Km llunltr L Chatham'.
$I.M) inemliership fee per month entitles
you to four uiti cleaned and pressed
one overcoat prel and 10 ihines all in
one month. T"Outsid work o!icited
Clothes Called for and Delivered.
HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY...
This is our motto everv lav in the year.
You ;et the Best r
MEATS AND MARKET PRODUCTS
That inonev can buy when you trade wi?h in.
Fvperience and cleanly handling cuarantt-e
t'le best service.
OUR RESTAUR NT
IsVond.icted in tirst-ilass st MI'.AI.S 2c.
Short orders any hour from f.M a. m. to ') p. in.
1'all and ee u. We invite a lileral shaie of
Phone 282. HIGGS & H YGOOD
J. H. HRTZ0G. Manager.
For any information desired about
the Cotton Market.
OFFICE IM SMITH BUILDING.
The Leading Druggist
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Pure Fresh Drugs
Three Registered Pharmacists
See our line of Fishingi Tackle.
ALL TEXAS POINTIS
nJ t.. p..ini In L.uUn nit rt nt the Misslssli.pl River
Rate One and One-Third Fartf for
The Round Trip
I) A ITS OK SAI.K Dc emlvw 21 22 2 24 2. 2ft JO and 31 and Janu-
ary I I'm". Kinal Limit January 7 I'm".
Tli ktls alto on ule to points In In
Devemher 20 21 ard 22 I'm. Kate One and One-third Fare for the
Round Tfp. Final Limit 30 day from date of tale.
Special train via Houston an4 New Orleant Osxembtr 0.
Foe furttwr Infimsaitoa. M tkkrt aitnt or 4Jrst
C K DL'SUP. Trtft- Mut M. L. ROBBINS. Oea. Pata. Aft.
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Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TWELFTH YEAR, No. 2, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 11, 1906, newspaper, December 11, 1906; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth321978/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .