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If 1 11 be far f (.rYappre- uinbcr QGS IMfl ri I A IMDCMPl p. n JNU. hi. LHVmLHUL U U. Now situated in the Ed Hall store are ready to serve you promptly and satisfactorily. A fresh, clean Stock of ' Groceries Phones 78 and 54 Jno. ED. Lawrence & Co. ! JIIU. IVIs L.avvi UHIA u. Denison lady's Namrow Escape Unknown Person Shot Into House. Defeated. Police Investigating. Bullet Spec lal to Tin- Eagle. Dcnison. Tex.. March Si Theie Is considerable, excitement in this dry In conaoquence of in attempt upon thryf of Mra. T. V. Maddox. a hlh bly have lilt the mark, her iiersoii, nt which It was v llnt ly uimcd. hit. I no; the bullet struck some woodwork liy which It wax deflected from lit course. No taunt' for the dastardly deed Is known. The police are ln.n RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. t T. C Schedule. No I Norm bound ....1:38p.m. No. 6 Norlh bound 12:46 jd. No. 2 Boutii bound 3:40 p.m. No. 6 South bound 2:48 a. m. I. A G. N. Cchedule. No. it North bound 12:68 p. .m No. 15 South bound 4:11 p. m. LOCALS AND PERSONALS. " J. I.lghtsey of Hellancv, wait In the cty yesterday. John W. Wiley of Tabor waa In the city yesterday. Horn, to Mr. and Mra. loj llroein ski, a daughter. Dr. V. p. Jonrr of Harvey, waa 'n the city yesterday. T. I'. Hall of Steep Hollow, waa In the city yesterday. Mr. D. ('. Zuber haa returned from a visit to Fort Worth. Luther Henaarllng of Harvey, waa a vlaltor to the city yesterday. Mr. and Mra. J. V. Rosprlni wore vlHltora to the city yesterday. Uncle Ike HollKan waa In the city yesterday from Holligan chattel. Mrs. M. L. (ioodnon and Mia Ktta (JoviUon are visiting In Houston. Mrs. Minnie Foster of Wellborn, was a visitor to the city yesterday. For Kent- ( room cottage, all con veniences. Mr. Mattle Scrlmshlre. 97 J. W. Mathls waa in the cty yeater day from his home at Steep Hollow. (live C. E. Hullock tc Co. your gro cery orders for April. I'hone 3S. 100 Fancy arocerlea At reanable prl ly retected lady. I.ast night a shot tlgatlng and it la hinted that they waa fired Into the apartment occuple.i Uave a clue and exte t soon to be in ; -"y Phone is by her by Home unknown person o.i posession of sufficient evidence to Jiih j l- ,,ul,,HK - "n ' j the outside. The shot wonld proba- tlfy an arrest. , a - " nui" break. A rare musical treat la in store for liryan tH-ople next Friday night. Apr , 2nd, at the Corneal.. Hall, when Mr. Rice, the noted tenor, give a concert assisted by Navasota' best muslcluns. The Dallas Time Herald aays: Mr. Rice captured the Immense audience with the majesty or tils alnglng. Many tluiea aa he would reach a climax, those In the audience could be seen to catch their breath, for In th- Intensi ty of their Interest they had uncon aclousy stopped respiration Itself. The tragic and dramatic .er of hla voice was niarvelously exhibited In several of his numbers. Though the full iKiwer of the (treat pipe organ waa used, the singer's voice rose and aoared until It was like a silver star, far above a storm, serene and glorl ous. atove the rush and rage below. Three hundred extra sests were pro vided, but could not acconiinoda'.e the crowd, and several hundred were turned away. Tickets on sale at Smith drug store. Gov. Kb Taylor of Tennessee says: leoil Iui Hlce Is oiie of the sweet est singers I ever heard. In hit voice there are fiddles and flutes and war bling birds tangled with smiles and team. I listened and dreamed I was In Heaven; I floated upon the silver tide of his voice until 1 forgot that 1 waa on earth. Tickets on ale at Smith Drug Store. .u cents. 100 Willis Evan visited Mumford to day. Ous Hedtke was dovn today from Wheelock. Dr. (1. E. Hill of Kut". was in .he city today. J. A. Murray of Reliance, was in the city today. Dr. W. F. Odom of Kurten, wan tn the city today. Rev. A. H. Walte of Kdge. was In the city today. J. J. Jones was in today from hi- home near College. I'ncle Watt Stewart of Reliance, was in the city today. John Scbesta is able to be out after quite a severe Illness. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McDonald were down today from Edge. W. II. Morgan and son Solon ere In today from Reliance. ZeftV and fl.-orge Jones of Reliance were in the el'v yesterday. Col Tom Sutton was In the city to day from his home at llenchley. Joe Stesta. a substantial Wheel ock farmer was in the city tod.i). Miss IjiIk I'llley of tJreenville, Ala Sole agents. Don't forget the Rice Concert Frl day April L'nd. H:3o p. m. It will be an event long to be remembered. Mr. lUce haa an International reputation as one of the finest tenor In the Flit ted States. Cole Hardware Co. H Mrs. C.ernldlne Kelly returned e- I terday from a visit to relatives In Marliu. Mr. and" Mra. J. M. Hlgglna of Rock prairie, were visitors to the city yes terday. Mrs. M. I'arker and Jack -Cordon returned yesterday trom a visit io , ., ' i Houston. For Rent Nice new five room cot tage. South and ast frmt. Apply to A. G. Hoard. 8 A. I F.wlna tif the Brazos bottom, was transa. ting business in the city yesterday. We both lose If you do not buy vour groceries .from C. E. Hullock 1 Co. I'hone 3s0. 1" Wanted at Once Wolte servant girl. Apply to Dr. J. C. Make. College Station. Texas. 102 George Kdge and Henry Henbow were in the city yesterday from Har ris school house. The latest Invention "TlplBs Mghl Gkle. Same price as the old brands. j tole Hardware Co H Ki rturn.t vesterdav af YiAE wont you to see the splendid line of Men's and Young Men's Suits we are showing at $15.00. It won't take us but a few min utes to convince you that they are the best values you ever saw. 15 Different Patterns $15.00 Including the season's newest shades of Olive, Smoked Grey, Tans, and Blue Serges. And every one of them, absolutely all pure wool, cut in the height of fashion and perfectly tailored throughout. ?r. til lyuy kf Htll MW'url M.rs These suits are made for us by one of New York's largest wholesale Clothing houses, who make a specialty of Men's and Young Men's Suits to sell at this price. Their larjc capital, their brains and their energies are all combined in the making of the best $15.00 suits sold in America. See display of these splendid Suits in our large show window or better still ccme in and slip one on and be convinced of their goodness. Parks & WaSnSmp Bryan's Big Clothing Store Is the guest of her sister. Mr. I.tnher i terniMMi from a lew days rest and re- K. A- Scott. E. It. Terrt II and lw rence Ste-le. prominent cltixena of Navasota, were here today to consult with Attorneys. Hutler Doremus. relative to the proposed levee In the southern end of the county. Mr. and Mra. I'ercy Driver have re turned from a visit to Fort Worth. Mr. Barney Harrison and Mrs. Klla Weatheraby returned to Median last night after pleasant visit to rela tive In tr (city. War Lary Wo gentleman boarders- ventilated rooms. I'hone 9 Taylor H. C. Jones and wife of lola. were In the city today trading with Mryan men ha nts Mrs. .lames Moxley and daughter. Miss llallle. were In the city today from Rosprlm. J. F. llrannan. wife anil mot her went to Marl today and will make that place their future home. Chas. E. Davis of !leuton. repre senting the Southwestern Paper Co.. was In the city today and calltd on I he Eagle. f. Mrs. It. M. Treadwell departed to day for her home at I'valde after a pleasant visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Nail. Rev. and Mrs. S. W. Kend.iik re turned today from Heiiieead whne Rev Kendrlck baa Just close I a very successful revival. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Uwry left last night for Tiffin. Ohio, where they will make their future home. Mr. l,owTy has been employed aa engin eer at the light plant for several years. k Beaina Tomorrow. brick arrived today for Bins building and the will begin tomorrow. nice little program to tinning, and the first f laid by 1.1. tie Johnnie . Baseball at A and M. The A and M. boys will play St. Ed wards college two game. Thursday and Friday, which will be called at 4:30. Lettuct for Sal. Fresh and crisp, large and beauti ful. 25 cents mt doxen at garden, or 3:. centa delivered. Thone 3S1. 9 pr py s 4 'w rr - Old People Need VINOL t . mout CoJ Liver anJ Pvptunate of Iron Tonic, becaui ttin the very elements neeJeJ to rebuild wasted tissues iplace weakness with strength. We are positive it will t every old person who will give it a trial. If it does not we will refund their money on demand. 0 o d cuiM-ration at .Marlin. Mr. t)ar Sublett and son return ed to llearne esterday arter visiting In this city and at College. For Sale- Five room cottage and i r . one lot of groun.l near .viain mr.-'-i. Reasonable term. I. W. Matt !H W. R. Goen. J. D. Jones. Devaloti Muthanan and Jo Carney were in the city vesterday from Harvey. William Stacy returned to Navasota yesterday after visiting hi brother John aud Fete Stacy of this city. Ix)t-Mack and white apotted shoat. Split In left and underblt In right ear. Leave word at this office. For Sal" Four room tottage near Graded Schotd. Small cash payment an.) balance like rent. J. W. Matt. S8 I have a nice tin or frn om nude Fruit cakea tad nice fan cake and r-l 1 Mrr Otto oetin.e Mr. Jno. E. Astin and Mr. Mabel Castles will give a tea Thursday af ternoon at the home of Mr. Atln for the benefit of St Andrew Guild. All are cordially Invited t attend. Tom Boroughs, who has been night hostler In the I. and G. N. yard here for some time, left yesterday for Mart and will run as fireman on a ....... .,...,r i.ufimotlve out of that place. Mr. Jno. Q Tabor, and jus au- bra Tabor of Houston, are guest ol Mr. and Mr. S. H. Dunlap. The many friends In Bryan of Mr. Tabor and Ml Aubra. are alwaya delighted when they pay a visit to their old home. Vaster is coinlna on and the ieopie. ladle and gentlemen, boy and girls. i..v lust naturally got dressing up In th-lr bone nd they are going to have the glad rag. The merchant who neglect hi advertising now I atandlng In his own light The peo nl want vour roods. Tell them what you have, what you ask for it and tbey will be there after it. J. JENKINSg ELECTION ORDINANCE. He it ordained by the City Council of the city of Bryan: That an elect bin for City Officer, to it: Marshal, Secretary and three members of the City Council, shall be held by the qualified voter of aid City, at the County Court House In Mryan on the first Tuesday In April next, it being the sixth day of said month: and the presiding officer, to gether with such other as he may appoint, shall hold said election in accordance with the city Charter and Ordinances and the state Law gov erning electlona. Adopted by the City Council and approved by the Mayor thia the 4tb day of March. 1909. J. T. MAI.ONEY. Mayor. J. B. HINES. Secretary. WATCH FOR GREATER REDUCTIONS 4 In Oui Big Grocery Sale AM. FRFJ-H STOCK Will S. Higgs 5r child im Q&ctff oedswmt woes fc INSURANCE In. with m rtpreent th OlJevt and Bett Companies Yout Hmines given my pencils I attention, and appreciated. C. E. BOYETT Fire, Tornado, Accident Plate Class. Bonds and Live Stock Residence Phone 2.S7. Office Thone 371 Wedding Announcement. Mr and Mra. Homer T. Wilson an nounce th engagemet of their daugh- .r nalv. to Dr. Fracls Coo ueaji of Fort Worth. The wedding wHl take place In Houaton June 15. San A WUNDEGIIOSE SLOG PER DOX Guaranteed to wear three months without mending. For men. women and chilJren. 0 FOR SALE ONLY BY EUGENE tPfit W TCI CCtMK PROTECT YOUR CLOTHES Have Jut Received a Freh Supply of HTufc Tar Haiti, Lavender Camphor, Red Cedar Chip and Moth Balls. Ml. H. JAMES The Leading Druggist. SPRING IS HERE Try a packape of PRATT'S POULTRY FOOD for your chickens it will make them lay. Price 25 anJ 50 cents per package. - - .... We have on track A CAR OF FRESH BRAN HENSARL1NG BROS, ariww a, Try bi during April We will not foci yoa. Choice Fresh Groceries Of every kind. Fresh Vegetables every day. Try our Flour. Telmo Canned Goods. Your Patronage Appreciated. Sanders Bros. T IF tonlo Express.