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THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAGLE
LOCALS WEDNESDAY. F. A. Capps of Benchley spent today in the city. Rev. J. P. Gleissner went to Planters ville yesterday. Rey. J. J. Pipkin went to Hlllsboro this afternoon. Solon Morgan of Reliance wai on the streets today. Mrs. A. W. Royder of Wellborn was In the city today. A. J. Kleth of Harvey was in town today on business. Mrs. Mollle Hood went to Mart to day to visit relatives. W. B. English of Steep Hollow was in today on business. Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Lee of Wellborn were in the city today. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Dunn of Wheel ock spent today in Mown. Prof. J. L. Cobbyrf Cottonwood was In the city this afternoon. Mrs. George Royder and son John D. were up from Wellborn today.' - Mrs. Batie Barron of Rock Prairie was a visitor in the city today. Mrs. E. B. Holland of Rock Prairie was In the city this morning shopping. Mrs. V. Schramek and daughter, Miss Albena, went to Marlln today on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Brown and little son, A. K. Jr., went to Waco this after noon. Mrs. Frank Webb and Frank Webb Jr. went to Mineral Wells this after neon. Mrs. W. E. Graham and Miss Fenie Graham were visitors in the city today from Wellborn. Mrs. J. F. Duncan and Mrs. M. T. Brockman went to Mumford this after noon to visit friends. Miss Cecil Wilson returned to her home at Thornton today after visiting Miss Alma Moore. T. B. Epps returned to his home at Waco today after spending several days in the city on business. C. I. Burleson returned to his home at Montgomery today after visiting bis son, Bob Burleson, and family. Mrs. W. P. McMeans returned to her home at Palestine today after visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. P. Lemon. Sheriff John D. Conlee returned from Madlsonville yesterday after noon. He left today for Palestine. W. G. McGarr and E. C. Kell of the Grant Lumber Company returned last night from Navasota, where they went on business. J. K. Pressnal of Harris Schoolhouse was in the city today. T. B. tyartin of Steep Hollow waB in town today. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. LIghtsey of Cooks Point, Burleson County, were visitors to Bryan yesterday. Tobe Tobias of Steep Hollow was in the city today and called on The Eagle. L. J. Wilson and his mother, Mrs. M. R. Wilson, returned to their home at Loving today after visiting in the city. John M. Caldwell went to Hearne today to go on a fox chase with Em mett Rohde and other fox hunters of that place. Misses Lavlna Franklin, Roxle Hal torn and Clara Seale and Mrs. C. C. Seale of Benchley visited in the city yesterday afternono. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Capps of Bench ley were in the city today and Mrs. Capps went to Arlington to visit for a few days in the home of her husband's mother. THURSDAY. W. H. McVey of-Minter Springs was in town today. T. D. Locke of Zack was in town today on .business. Judge V. B. Hudson went to Mum ford this afternoon. J. 11. and Willie Dowling of College spent today in town. A. M. Werner went to Corslcana this afternono on business. Miss Clyde Fuller of Zack Is visit ing Miss Ellen Sanders. Mrs. J. C. Lloyd of Reliance was a visitor In the city today. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cooper were in town today from Rock Prairie. R. Q. ABtln. Hal Saunders and Jack 'Gordon went to Houston today. . Mrs. Charles Smith of Reliance spent today in town visiting friends. Miss Bettle McVey of Wellborn was In the city this afternoon shopping. I. F. Thompson of HolllRan Chapel was among the visitors to the city today. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seale of Bench ley were visitors to the city this nnrnlns Mrs. J. A. Cahill and daughter, Miss Grand Offering Fine Trimmed Hats This Week in Our Millinery Parlors Notwithstanding we are the acknowledge d leaders in correct styles and millinery of quality and control the' largest volume of business in this special department, OUR SUCCESS THIS SEASON surpasses our fondest expectations. We are determined to make-this the BANNER SEASON, therefore, will place on SPECIAL SALE this week: . , 175 Fine Dress Hats At Price Beyond Competition $3.75 buys your choice of any $4.50 fine dress hat 4.95 5.75 Mary, were in tbia afternoon from Fountain. Miss Edna Spear returned this after noon from Tyler, where she has been visiting friends. Abe Edel of Houston left this after noon for Rockdale, after a business stay in the city. Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Drummond of Harris Schoolhouse spent this after noon in the city. Dr. W. A. Smith of Mlllican was In town between trains today attending to business matters. Mrs. James Boxley of the bottom went to Houston this afternoon to visit her daughter, Mrs. E. C. Jones. Miss Ara Haswell arrived this aft- ernon from Sofia Newcomb in Newn Orleans to visit at home for a few days. Mr. M. Koelcn, for many years a resident of the Kurten community but who has been In Houston for several years, is on a visit to his old friends here and at Kurten. Mrs. J. T. Aycock and granddaugh ter, Miss Irene Pierpont, of New Or leans, who have been visiting relatives in Waco, arrived yesterday afternoon to visit Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Lawler. FRIDAY. August Prinzel of Kurten was in the city today. J. S. Morgan was in this morning from Reliance. Clarence Saxon of Reliance was on the streets today. John Smith of Tabor was in town today on business. J. H. White was in the city this morning from Wixon. Sheriff John D. Conlee returned from Palestine today. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kosh yes terday afternoon, a son. Miss Irma Collins ieft this after noon to visit in Coohdge. J. T. Lawler went to Houston yes terday afternoon on business. W. E. Graham and P. L. Barron were up today from Wellborn. Mrs. M. K. Williams of Wellborn visited friends in the city today. Mrs. Charles W. Thomas of Well born was in town today shopping. Mrs. A. D. Graham has returned from a pleasant visit with friends in Hearne. Mrs. John Preston returned from a visit to relatives in Hearne yesterday afternoon. Mrs. W. P. Jones and daughter, Miss Ardella, of Harvey were In the city to dap shopping. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Byars and daugh ter were in town this morning from Independence. Mrs. H. A. Jloore and Miss Estelle Rhodes of Franklin are vist!ng Mrs. J. M. Caldwell. Miss Leila Maud Newcomb went to Wellborn this afternoon to visit her cousin, Miss Ola Williams. A post card from Dr. R. H. Harrison, who has gone to take a course of spe cial lectures, announces his safe ar rival In Chicago. Miss Thelma Hensarllng and Messrs. J Albert Dyess and Evander Hensarllng of Holllgan Chapel went to Navasota I this afternoon to visit friends. ' - i , SATURDAY. j T. M. Massey went to Coolldge to-' ay- Henry Gandy of Tabor spent today ' In town. ' . I .. , , ... . . Jim Tobias of Kurten spent today in Bryan. W. D. Yardley was in the city today from Harvey. J. M. Olsen of Steep Hollow was in the citv today. Prof. Jones of Steep Hollow was in the city today. Miss Ray Wiley went to Wellborn this afternoon. I'ncle Mark Wilcox of Knob Prairie ' was in town today. Erastus Jones and sister, Miss Ardella, of Harvey were in the city this morning. ' 6.00 8.00 SAM H, L. Hensarllng was In the city to day from Harvey. ... W, A. Slngletary of Tabor wat on the streets today. J. P. Gilpin of Kurten was In the city this afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. G. p. Lee of Wellborn visited in the city today. ' John Barnett was in town' this morn ing from Steep Hollow. Miss Inez Klllough of Wbeelock Is visiting Mrs. J. M. Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carroll of Re liance spent today in the city. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. D. Robinson of Wixon were in the city today. M. G. Buchanan and daughter, Miss Fay Buchanan, visited the city today from Steep Hollow. Miss Cora Morgan of Reliance vis ited friends in the ctiy today. Prof. D. J. McDonald of Wheeloek spent this morning In the city. Rev. E. A. White and Paul Watanabe will spend Sunday in Weftorn. Mrs. J. L. Hensarllng of Wellborn was in the city today shopping. Miss Maybelle Worley went to Well born this afternoon to visit friends. Rev. Leland Malone of Carthage has been in the city for the past few days. Misses Dell Griffith and Essie Shealy of Reliance visited in the city today. Miss Mina Graham of Rock Prairie spent this afternoon in town visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Slngletary went to San Antonio this afternoon to visit for a week. Mrs. M. R. Phillips went to Taylor this afternoon to visit her daughter, Mrs. Ivy Foster. Prof. Frank Payne, principal of the Kurten school, was among the visitors to the city today. Miss Carrie Johnson returned to her home at Mlllican this afternoon after visiting Mrs. C. S. Gainer. Mrs. James Boxley and Mrs. G. C. Jones of the bottom returned this aft ernoon from a visit to relatives in Houston. MONDAY. -H H. Morgan of Reliance was in today on business. B. A. Hugghins of Wixon spent to day In the city. Joe Sample of Cottonwood was on the streets today. E. J. Wilcox of Iola is spending a few days In Bryan. J. E. Rudasill went to Thornton yesterday afternoon. Miss Maggie McCallum went to Call last night to visit friends. Wat Wllkerson of Bedias arrived yesterday to visit in the city. Prof. J. L. Cobb of Tabor was a vistor to the city this morning. ' T. L. Wilcox of Montgomery is visit ing his sister, Mrs. J. B. Sanders, in this city. I C. G. Bal'.arc of Bedias arrived yes terday to spend some time in the city on business. I Mrs. S. H. Cain of Houston left yes- terday for Benchley after visiting rel- atives In the city. Mrs. Albert Hannemann arrived fr0m Marlln yesterday, and is a guest of her sister, Mrs. J. L. Batte. MiB8es Myrtle and Julfa Smith re- d t0 thelr home at Fountaln ye8. .tprrtnv after vlsltlnc friends in the t . , , .A . . . I Mrs. .ari ieni returned iu aer I. . A , . . hfMYin of Con Antnnfn voatarnnv After L .......... v m. a m, w " M. Hudspeth, at Tabor. C. R. Montgomery, a skillful marble worker of this city and proprietor of "ryan -MarDIe ' orKs, received , i a. y x t ii v t ,wora yesteraay inai nis uromer, u. n. Montgomery ot tort worm, can Deen . . a a I. . . ii . ..!. nppoimea cniei oi ponce oi uai cujr. Judge W. C. Gibbs and J. A. Gibbs of Madlsonville arrived last night to visit W. F. Gibbs and family. W. F. Gibbs, accompanied by his son Connie, went down to Navasota to meet his Dresses Exceptionally Priced We are also showing the most exquisite display of fine Embroidered Voile, Lingerie, Linen and Ging ham Dresses in Bryan, exceptionally priced. $1.00 to $12.50 father, Judge Glbbs, who la quite feeble, 'but stood the trip well. TUESDAY. W. T.' Smith was here from College today. George Foster of the bottom waa on the streets today. Cy Koontz of Zack spent today In jown on business. Mrs.' Susie Fuller of Zack waa In town today shopping. George H. Echols was in the city today from Rosprim. Mr. and Mrs. F. Klopt Jr. of Hearne spent today in the city. Miss Bettle McVey of Wellborn was in the city today shopping. Mrs. C. Luts of Kurten went to Clifton today to visit friends. Mrs. C. W. Thomas of Wellborn visited friends in the city today. Miss Clyde Fuller returned to her home at Zack today after visiting Miss Ellen Sanders. Mrs. Ed Carll and daughter, Miss Dymple, of Wellborn spent this after noon in the city. Mrs. M. B. Easters and daughters, Misses Edna and Maggie, of Kurten visited in town today. Mrs. J. P. Gilpin and daughters, Misses Eva and Lillle, visited Fred Gilpin in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson and. daughter. Miss Llllie, of the Newsome farm spent today in town. Mrs. R. Griffith and Misses Dell and Lynn Griffith end Mrs. J. FV Martin, all of Reliance, spent today , in the city shopping. T. B. Smith of Reliance was in the city today. Mrs. W. S. Grist went to Thorndale this afternoon to visit friends. Victor Edge returned this afternoon from a business trip to Houston. C. S. Jones, H. T. Ross'and N. A. Cotnam were in the city today from Harvey. Miss Ora Yardley of Harvey arrived today from Cooks Point, having closed her school there for the session. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Blaylock of Waco, a son. Mrs. Blaylock was for merly Miss Loula Bullock of this city, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bui lock. $10.00 REWARD. Estrayed One 16 months' old squir rel grey jersey duii irom me a. anu M. College pasture; short piece of rope on horns and brass ring in nose. Missing since 12th of March. Deliver to A. and M. College or phone H, C. Holmes. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE Money Back for Any Case of Rheuma tism, Neuralgia or Headache That Solace Falls to Remove. SOLACE REMEDY is a recent med ical discovery of three German Scien tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It Is easy to take, and will not affect the weakest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful drugs of any description. SOLACE is a pure specific In every way, and has been proven beyond question to be the surest and quickest romcHn tnr T'rlo kn. TrollhleB KDOWH 1 V i 1 . . j .v. w . - to medical science, no matter how long standing. It reacnes ana removes lie root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle trees. i ih c;nia TT S Aeenta and have thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been receivea irom efni nonnln SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, litera ture and FREE BOX sent upon re quest. R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine WUISON From Our MILLICAN NEWS MATTERS. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dunlap and Miss Mamie Taylor visited Navasota re cently. Superintendent T. W. Parker vis ited the school recently and commend ed the work very highly. He also spoke of the future of our school and said that our people are waking up to school matters. His speech was ap preciated very much by pupils and teachers. Prof. Parker always says and doe the right thing at the right time. Miss Veanie Harrington was called to Wellborn to see her sister, Mrs. Neeley, who was very sick. Mrs. W1U Neeley visited Mlllican Monday. Miss Elizabeth Bowen of Navasota came to Mlllican to meet the trustees and put In ber application for the school. Miss Hattie -Fuqua is visiting ber brother, Mr. Robert Fuqua, this week. Mrs. R. E. Dunlap, attended a splen did convention in Navasota in the In terest of the Eastern Star. She re ports a great time and profitable work. A number of our people attended the concert and play at Erwin Friday, April 18. Among these were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fuqua and Aubra, Lon nle Fuqua, Walter Smith, Henry Craw ford, and Misses Mary Dickson and Irene Crawford. Mr. B. F. Harrington. Miss' Mamie Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Battle, Wal ter Smith, Henry Crawford and Misses Irene and Eulaw Crawford attended the singing and dinner at Wellborn Sunday. A great number of our people en Joyed a splendid picnic at Fuqua's Bridge Saturday. They fried forty pounds of fish and spread a sumptuous feast on the green grass beneath the whispering oaks. They bad long strolls through the green meadows, gathered wild flowers and plied up and down the river in a boat. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McGregor and Ruth, Misses Mary Dickson, Eu latior Henpfling, Nettie, Irene and Eula Crawford, Hattie Fuqua, Belle Cradley, Mrs. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Al Barker, Mrs. Will McFearan, Mrs E. M. Dunlap, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Godby and John Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Pool, Henry, Bryan, Leo and Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Fuqua, Lonnie and Au here and I must say its action was wonderful." . (Signed) R. L. Morris. Put up in 25c, 50c and $1.00 boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING SOLACE. "No Special Treat ment Schemes of Fees." JUST SOL ACE ALONE does the work. Write to day for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO, Battle Creek, Mich. San Antonio Spring Carnival, April 21-26 Battle of Flowers, April 25. Texas' most unique attraction ab solutely unrivalled. Tickets on sale daily April 20 to 26, inclusive, limit 27. Special low popular excursion fares for special days. For further in formation see ticket agent I. & G. N. Railway. LOST Between Mr. O. L. Tabor's home and the H. & T. C. railroad, open face nickel-plated watch and $S in money a $5 bill and three $1 bills. Reward, if returned to Clarence John son, porter at Green Front saloon. E. J. Jenkins, the druggist, says: 'We will give the money back to any person who tries Dodson's Liver-Tone and does not find it a perfect substi tute for calomel." $1.50 Waists 97c Three hundred new waists, Embroidered Voiles, Flaxon and Lingerie, formerly worth $1.50 Your Choice 97c ALLOW VS THE PLEASURE OF SHOWING YOU Rural Staff bra, Mr. Henson, Henry Crawford, Lonnie Smith, Mrs. W. P. Davis of Houston, Mrs. Fd C. Davis of Hous ton, Mr. Ira McGregor. Mrs. W. P. Davis and Mrs. Ed p. Davis of Houston are visiting Mrs. C. B. McGregor this week. Mr. Ira McGregor came home Satur day for a visit to borne folks and friends. Ira Is making good at A. and M. College. Miss Corrie Johnson- is borne on a visit -- DOMICELIO. April 21, 1913. INDEPENDENCE ITEMS. Rev. Jim Thomas of Grimes County filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday. A large crowd was present on Sunday to bear him. Singing on Sunday afternoon was well attended. There were many vis itors from Reliance. Among them we noticed Mrs. Edna Lloyd and daugh ters, Misses Lillian and Ima, Miss Bessie Holland, and many others. We are having some prety weather, for which the farmers are thankfuL ) Quite a lot of improving has been done in pur community since we last gave an account of ourselves. Health of the community is good, except a few cases of measles. Correspondent April 16, 1913. 8. T. PATE ON GOOD ROADS. S. T. Pate of Harvey, in discussing the proposed trial sand-clay road be tween Bryan and Wellborn, said that the present road system would be much improved if properly cared for. No one was more heartily in favor of gqod roads than he, but the expendi ture of any large amounts should be carefully considered, for a number of the farmers in the county are strug gling hard to get ahead and a good start in life, and can not afford to pay for expensive mistakes. Mr. Pate believes in the farmers get ting together and sanding and claying bad stretches of road themselves. The cost of having the work done is very high, and could be avoided by co operation. As to the proposed test road, it depends on the amount of money it would take to put it into shape. ' CMITT COURT FHEEDM6S The case of Alex Scott, charged with- carrying a pistol, was before the County Court yesterday afternoon and resulted in a hung jury. The case has been reset for next Tuesday. Will Evans pleaded guilty to pistol carying and was fined J100 and costs this morning. The case of the State vs. M. G. Maley, charged with aggravated as sault, has been on trial today. The evidence and the arguments had been heard, and the case was ready to go to the Jury when The Eagle went to press. FISHERMEN RETURNED. W. J. Coulter, Carl Cole, Hal Saun ders, S. E. Cavltt, M. B. Parker and Lawrence Parker of Bryan and Judge Chatam of Leon County returned home last night after a week's hunt ing and fishing on Standmeyer lake, on the Trinity River, in Leon County. They report plenty of fish and a good time. : SMETANA SCHOOL REOPENS. The Smetana school, which has been closed for two weeks on account of the prevalence of measles, was re opened today and. work resumed.