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me r An Accident Policy for $1000. issued by the North American Accident Insur ance Co. of Chicago. III. These policies are issued to any person between the ages of 16 to G5 years whose purchases at our store amount to $3.00 and an additional 3 ic for post age and registering letter, We issue you a coupon and each purchase is punched until the amount of $3.00 is shown, then the policy is issued with out any further cost ex cept 34c. One person is entitled to $3000 insur ance. Let us show you the policy. The Smith Drag Co. J. A. McQueen, Mgr. Mslnes Ileasle Html an 1 Louise liar- RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. Schtdult. No. S Northbound 1:2S p. ni. ."io. 5 Northbound 12:46 a. ni. No. 2 Southbound 3:23 . m. No. 6 Southbound 2:43 a. m. I. A O. N. Schedule No. 14. Northbound 12:SS p.m. No. 15 Southbound 4:11 p. in. LOCALS AND PERSONAL8. i Rig sal" at Eugene EJge's. Jan. T. Fuller was m today Harvey. W. 11. Shelby wan In to.lay Reliance. Crosett $1.00 shoes, 2.?h Ht en Edge's. r.3 from from Ellg- K.3 riwm of MiKlnney ore gueats of Mrs. J Roger Q. Atln for commencement. Shirting, Walstlng and Madras just the thing for boy'a rulais uiul blouxes at Eugene Edvo'a at big reduction. 133 Children do not mind taking "Kos tol" the tasteleaa Castor Oil because It la sweet and palatable. EmmeJ and Maloney. 154 Ten Free Dress Patterns to the flrat 10 ladles who enter our store Satur day morning, whether you buy or not. Eugene Edge on the corner. 133 Our pun; Olive Oil la nearly ono hnm'red per cent nutriment. Any per aon will rellah It In any form, but e perlnlly In salads. Enimel & Malon ey. A ' Mra. M. Parker returned tofcsf'froni a vlalt to Houston. She was accom pnnled home by Mrc. A. U. Carr., Jr., an sons, AU-n and John and Mra. 8. J. Italn and children. ' Miss Mary Ross Parker returned today from Dallas, where alio has been attending St. Marya aeademy. Se was accompanied home by M.Ihh Mam ie Mount of Nacogdoches. W. K. Graham was In today from Rock Prairie, lie rcoorts good ralna and fine rrop prospects In his com muulfy. Mr. Graham aaya he never taw finer corn In Ida life for the time of year. Misses Katie Eaves of Wellborn. Lona Harrington of Mllllcan. and Mra. A. W. Hoy.Jer of Wellborn arrived to day to attend the reception to be giv en by the Woodmen Circle tonight and are guest a of Ml Maud Nlchol. TEXAS BRIEFS. J-'fH" 11 to Hi" I-ikI". Calvert. Texan. June 4. Mr. A. J. Buckley, w ho was seriously hurt by tli buratlng of the mill rwck In Glb aon's gin last Saturday, la Improving very rapidly. San Antonio. Texn. June 4. Sam Cohen, proprietor of the Bexar Busl neaa llureau. was struck by an auto mobile while crossing Commerce atreet and badly bruised, although hla Injurlea are not serious. Cameron. Texas. June 4 The April term of the Dlatrlct Court adjourned thla week and Judge S.-ott haa gone Miss Ira Maud Camp went Nava-1 home, mis was not a very .m., ...... thoush considerable business waa Straw Hats For Men rhii More. is the Straw Mat Whether you he you nt;, old or middle age, we have the hat for you. Kvery hat freh from the largest straw hat factory in thi country, and no fancy price tacked on to them here. $1.50 to $4.00 Parks & Waldrop The Clothien Room Will Bs Scares at A. and Coming 8etsion. Govs mors ' Vsto A Burning Shams. M. sola today. Eugene Edge haa a house full of salesmen to wait on you. 133 Dr. W. P. Jones of Harvey, was in the city thla afternoon. J. V. Rosprlm was tn today from hla home In th bottom. E. tlandy waa In the i It y today from hl home on Hock Prairie. Mr. and Mra. I). M. Howard of lola. were visitors to llryan today. Mra. T. C Nunn and son. Roland, left today for a vlalt to llearne. Come and wat h the big crowds get done. A number of caaea will Iw ap pealed to higher courts. San Antonio. Texas. June 4 - Philip Haag of Seattle yesterday filed suit against the Westluke Construction Co. for 12.1.000 for the death of hla son. I'mtiL Han ihn a4 Iniured May 21 while working on the building and died a few daya luter. It la claimed that the accident waa caused by a d. ft-nlve pulley. Tal.r. Texas. June 4. J. IV Hargl and George W. Payne. exonfederate veterans and meti.lH-rs of the Albert lhA harraln at Kilfene Edce's. 1"3 J. w. Wiley, merchant and planter Sidney Johnston Camp of Taylor, upon nf Ta..,r waa In the cltr today. botn cn.sses of nonor were renu, Mr. Mlnnl- KmOer nf Wellborn. U beMOWed by ladles of the local chap- tbe sueat of friends In this ty. Iter of daughters of the Confederacy 1.1.00 In gold will be given away Saturday morning at Eugene Edge"s. 153 Albert Worley and A. H. Kandlfer left tmlay for Alpine on a prospecting trip. Mrs. Ed Hall and daughter. Miss Frances, left today for a vlalt In Rock dale. Red Seal Ginghams worth 12 l-2r. Special In this sale. S 13c. Eugene Ed- l'3 Misses Nora Jonea and Nezile Ind of llearne are guenta of Mla Ilertha Stuart. Gn-ntest sale ever pulled off In the city of llryan at Eugene Edges on the corner. 153 Dr. and Mrs. II. 8. Head of Cleburne are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Daniihy. Jaa. Wilson. Jr., a prominent farm iV of the YUlKf community, was In the city today. Willie Tucker. T. C. Nunn. Jr.. Ed Martin and Frank Hlgga went to llearne today. Mrs. J. N. Thomaa left today for Corslcana to attend the Chrlstln State Mission Meeting. Misses Pauline Foster of Waco, and Elizabeth Waldert of Tyler are guests of Miss I.uclle pemaret. Everybody knows the i lass of goods Eugene Edge handles, the very new est and best to be had. 153 M. 8. Freeman of the firm of Free man Wooa or liarvey, was in uie city today and called on the Eagle. SENIOR CLASS BANQUET. A. and M. Graduates Will Enjoy Fint Spread at Exchange Hotel. The aenlor class of the A. and M. College, comprising forty-four of the stalwart and brainy aona of Texas pnd one from Mlsxlssljie. are In the city and will er.Jr.y their annual ban quet at the Exchange hotel tonight. Thee banquets are occasions or great rejoicing for the students from year to year. It Is a kind of farewell, and Is the last time they will all be togeta er, and to themselves before the close of' the session. As they converse around the festal board and recount the prominent events of the four years of their association, their successe. their defeats, their seasons of rejole- In. their "rainy d:iys." and all things that so to make up the true college life, there U naturally a vein of aad neaa mingled with their pleasure. It Is their g.sKl bye," the session FpM-la to tho Kagl. College Station, Texaa, June 4. "I i would like to attend the A. and M. j College summer school. In order to prepare myself for entrance of the regular seaalon in September, but I see that the governor has vetoed the i new dormitory and th-re will probably be no room for new comers. If so I would like to be advised so as to make other arrangements." Such was a letter received at the A. and M. College of Texaa, from a young man who wants to attend this college next session. The application are coming In faat. The names are being enrolled aa faat as received and every effort will be made to accom modate all who do. apply for admit tance. The school will be able to ac comodate between COO and 700. Thirty eight tents were occupied by students on the campua during the session which Is Just now about to close, but some of these tents are beyond use and If they are to be replaced It will require an outlay of money which the College ran not afford. The session Just closing has been more succeaa ful than any In the history of the Col lege and the officers hoied to have mor space for next year. If had been arranged to commence w;ork oa the new dormitory at once, had the gov ernor allowed the appropriation to stand, and it would have been ready at any rate by the Christmas holl days. After the legislature provided for the dormitory, believing that the governor would let it stand. J. S. Dean of the department of architecture and j drawing was summoned to College to commenre work on the liana, and he arrived Just In time to hear of the i veto. He was on a leave of absence taking a iost graduate -course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technolo By. Although the board of directors rf queated It the legislature did not maV any provision for additional fire pro tection at the College. More hose and more ladders are needed, but TMsEauk Beskes The business, friendship and influence of Small Depositors. Irrespective of the size of your account, we would be pleased to add your name to the large number of those who have found business with us satisfactory. The First Midumm Bank of Bryan Are raging over the country and Bryan is likely to be visited by one at any tirrr, judging from the big hail storm just passed. We issue liberal policies covering against loss or damage by wind and hail at reasonable rates. We also insure growing crops against hail damage. Ask for rates and policy conditions. No Trouble to Anucr (Juttnon. Moore, Adams Gordon PBONE 2S if FARMER BUILDING U ..-.n to close and the dull. of nal ( be We will oear men. n"m III leave Saturday night for Memphis Tenn.. to attend the National Ex Confederate Reunion and recite again the rampflre stories of "those dayi that tird men's soul Temple.. Texas. June 4. Annual memorial services in honor of the Confederate dead were held here yes terday at the First ilaptlst church un iter the austdces of Ijivlnla lorter Tslb-y Chapter, Pnughters of the Con federacy, assisted by the memliers of Granbury Camp No. 1323. Cnlted Con federate Veterans of this city-.' At the conclusion of the ceremonies at the church the man h was tak,n up to the cemetery, where the iaves of the twinore.l ilea.l were Jin-orated with carlands of fplvers L J. REV. PIPIW RETURNED. Rev. J. J. Pipkin. fit-Ill secretary of the Texas Womans' College, returned last night from a trip of some weeks through south and east Texas In the Interest of the school he represents. He rexrts fine crop prosMits all through the territory he has traversed and the people very hoeful. He has Ix-en warmly received by the people everywhere and believes a most friendly sentiment In favor of his school la crystalling through all this section of the state. He Is confident of great things for the college next session.' Rev. Pipkin's family will arrive tonight from Huntsvllle and the will occupy the W. S. Howell cottage. . i t.aih. mrA the ana .m. biuuk mun.. .... pleasures or tneir tasi num er In the annual banquet, will linger long In memory as one of the oases In life. Following Is the menu for this even ing: MENU Soup ' Cream of Tomato Olives and Pickles Ked Snapr Tartar 'Sauce French Fried Potatoes Toasted Crackers Wine Fried Chicken Stuffed Pepper C.rean Peaa Stuffed Iotatoes Ice Cream Asstorted Cakes Coffee Cigars and Clgarettca There la no formal toast list, but doubtless many Impromptu toasts ap propriate to the time and the occa sion will be proposed and responded to by tne various memoers preem l--,,llnlnir are the officers of the lass: I. M. Shearer, president; W II. Furneuux. vice president; . j. iiu. WalH secretary treasurer; u. m. English, sergeant-at-arma; 1. It. Har ris. athletic manager, ami M. II. Wei nert. class historian. OWLS P. EfAS 3. S Tho Owh and Elkssed bats again yesterday afternoon on the Ac ademy grounds In the second name of the season betweenthe two teams. Again the 0ls were victorious, the final scor,. being 8 to 3. The Elks, however, attribute their defeat to the absence of several of their best play ers, which ao crippled them that they could not make the showing they oth erwise would have made. the purchase. a a o o o o o a a o a DIP KILLS CHICKEN LICK AND MITES DISINFECTS. CLEANSES, PURIFIES, E. J . JENKINS o a a a a a a a o o SAILING RACE TO BERMUDA. Fprclal t" ttis Kun)f. New York. June 4. Seven yachts designed solely for along shore sailing will venture far out Info the Atlantic tomorrow on the fourth of the ocean rare to the coral islea of the Bermu das. Ten o'clock tomorrow morning Is the hour fixed for the beginning of the race. The start thla year Is to be from the Atlantic Yacht Club house at Sea Gate, Instead of from Marblehead. as the starting slnt of last year" race, and the course therefore will be about 2.") miles shorter, giving the yachts fiOO rea miles to cover before reach ing the finish off St. David's head light. Such a test, as haa already been shown by the three previous Bermu da races for sailing craft, as well as the across the Atlantic contest In l?ori requires skilful navigation, astute sea manship, well-rigged and stoutly-sparred vessels, and Yankee grit to hold CONLEE MADE A ROUND-UP. The colored contingent on Cedar creek have been getting obstreperous of late to such an extent that Sheriff Conlee found It necessary to make a little roundup In that territory yester day. He arrested Arthur Phillips for an assault on Joss Kelley with his knife, and took his bond for his ap pearance before the proier tribunal to answer to the charge of an aggrav ated assault. Robert Searlea was also arrested and placed under bond for an aggrav ated assault. Searlea took a fancy shot at his wife, but missed her and the ball wen through the floor. Two young bucks by the name of Blue were arrested for disturbing the neace and they plead guilty before Justice Edge and paid their fincis. fcAaa i a n 1 1 1 1 444 1 Ladies! No SUBS1TTTE is as pood as the Original and costs as much. . . Drew Selby Shoes Have proven their merits in Bryan for more than ten years, and are Retting better every day. New Styles today. $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 SUNDAY JUNE 6. 1909 The DENVER ROAD (Fort Worth A Denver City Railway Company) Will Re-Ettablisn DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAIN SERVICE Between TEXAS AIID COLORADO Consisting of New and Elegant Dining Cars( operated on the "A La Carte" Plan.) Iillman Hrawing-Room Sleepers and Modern Caoches to and from Co'orado Springs and Denver. THE DENVER SPECIAL" will leave Fort Worth at 8:40 a. m.. and arrive at Colorado Springs 12:45 noon, and Denver 3:15 p. ni., follow Ing day. THE COLORADO EXPRESS" carrying separate aleepers for (olora do Springs and Denver, respectively, will leave Ft. Worth at 9:13 p. m.. and arrive at those polnta at 3:55 and 7:00 a. m., second morning. Passengers for Colorado Springs may remain In eleeper until 7:00 a. m. These art tht only solid tralne operating between Teaas and Colo rado and are ao scheduled aa to assure close connection with other lines both going and returning; thus best serving the Interests of travelers to and from Colorado, California, the A-Y-P Exposition and Yellowstone National Park. For illustrated Resort Booklets and Information aa to rates, sche dules, sleeper reservations, etc, address A. A. GLISSON, G. P. A, Fcrt Worth, Tesaa. BASEBALL. Bryan vs. Brenham (colored teams.) Friday 3 p. m. Sunday 4 p. m.. West Side Park. A good game asire.l. Ad mission 13 and 23 cents. 1M on until the limit of safety Is all but reached. The yachts entered to compete this year for oceanic honors are the Amo rita. 99 feet; Iroipjols, 9S feet; Crusad er. 97 feet; Margaret. 93 feet; March ioness; 67 feet; Restless 3S feet; and Tamerlane. 38 feet. The contest Is under the Joint man agement of the Atlantic and the Roy al Bermuda yacht clubs, with Horace F. Boucher, chairman of the regatta committee of the former club, as the moving spirit. The first race to Bermuda waa Ball ed in 190. Three boats started the Llla. the Gauntlet and the Tamerlane. The last named yacht won. making the race In 5 daya and 6 hours. The prize waa a cup offered by Sir Thorn- ... . ar-t Li as Upton, ana tne uroosijn iacm Club handled the race. In the second race twelve ooata sianeu in two classes, and tho wlnnera were the Dervish and the Llla. lat year the race was sailed from Marblehead un der the flag of the Corinthian Yacht Club, and six bonta started two from Philadelphia, two from New York and two from Boston. The Verona, the smallest schooner, finished first, beat ing the whole fleet The first class prize went to the Dervish. DONT SWALLOW DRUGS TO CURE CATARRH. Last call for moth preventivea. It you haven't put your furs away yet don't wait a day longer, but get package of moth balls at Eniniel & Malonev'a. 134 J Wilson & Derden T Tit .Uas Afrfl X X 4 ! WANTED TO rent a second hand I tatmilltHIHMM t ' typewriter. Notify Eagle oITSce , llyomei (pronounced Hlgh-o-me) la if germ killing vapor of air which when reathid either through the mouth or nose will kill catarrh germs and soothe and heal the Inflamed and mutilated membrane. Hyomel Is such a isiwerful germ deitroyer that it penetrates every fold and crevice of the mucous mem brane of the nose and throat. And It kills tho catarrh germs because It gets where those health destroyera are. Hyomel Is iant to use; it Is made from cctv :it rated extract of pine and eeual :ua taken from the trees In Inland Australia where cat arrh was never known. Breathe tn thla pleasant, heiilng yet germ killing air (youil like to use Hyomel- through a small hard rubber Inhaler that comes with each out at and relief will come quickly. Hyomel la guaranteed by E. J. Jenkins to cure catarrh or money back; It gives most wonderful relief to consumptives. A compile outfit which Inclndes an Inhaler, a bottlo of Hyomel and simple Instructions for use costs $1.00 and extra bottles If afterward needed costs 50 cents. Leading durgglsta everywhere sell Hyomel. 'MI- Cures indigestion It niieTee stomach misery, armr stom ach, btk-hiiur.ajid cure ail stomach dis ease or money tack. Larpe box of tab let 60 cents. Druggists in all town. BRAZOS FISH MARKET. Fresh Water and Salt Water Fish received daily. Free de livery over the city. Wholesale and Retail. Phone 364.