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August Ityer was In today from Kur ATTENTION ELKS. ten. AgcneeyfrCanJies CatVif nYtur Victtion? iou win want a supply ol the very ntveuary summer tuili fry ntveuary summer loiltt i goodi and mtdirtnri. Lt ui show ou tht right things toi-stk in vour utiu. Toilet powders and lotions that pro tect tbt fact horn (unburn and blis ter loiiom to rtlitvctht sting of in sects. Other thingt too, a viiit here will suggest The Smith Drug Co. J. A. McQuttn, Mgr. j RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. A T. C. Schedule. No. 8 Northbound 1:28 p. m No. S Northbound 12:46 a. in m r. At i . u. quuiuuouua i'.ii p. n. No. 0 riouthbound 2:43 a. m. I. A C. N. Schedule. Co. 14. Northbound 12:58 p.m. ,'o. 15 Southbound 4:11 p. m. LOCALS AND PERSONALS. J. E. Butler went to Franklin today. Edgar t'ovey went to Dallas today. Phillip Kndlr wan In today from Kurten. Dr. V. I. Jones was in today from Harvey. V. II. Shelby of independence, was In the city today. . k 1 I Capt. J. M. Pankey wan in th.- elty , toda.trorn Mumford. !Born to Mr. and Mra. J. I) Marilu last nlxht a daughter. C. II. Woodson of Cameron, siient yesterday In thin elty. Mra. 8. W. Meredith of Mllllcait. wan a vthltor to the rlty today. 1'. J. Cray returned to Clarksvllle today after a vU! to V. I). Cooer. AuKtiat Printd. merchant and nat master at Kurten. wax In the elty to day. C. II. Woodson returned to Cn meruit today after a visit to friends tbla elty. Mr. and Mr. Anton William were visitors to the elty today from Cub--vlew. Mr. and Mra. Jan. . nry Jr.. were In today from their home ou Thompson rret-k. J. ('. Mathla and duutihter, Mis An- ' Mathla. Steep Hollow, er. in the today. A ln d.il front a bvcl e, mi Under please reiurti to J. ranrea Chance and Mary er returned today from a Iteauntont. bread, roll and cakes almtye 1, also nice line of fancy can- Mr. Otto lloehtue. Will Caufield, a popular commercial 1 traveler, waa looking after business i for hit firm in Hrjao today. FOIl SALE Fifteen or twenty head of Jersey cow a and calves. Apply to yUL. P. E. Chatham, phone 1. I'erry Shanda of Waxahni hie. was Interviewing thn Iiryan men ham to day with an elegant line of sampler Victor Andrews of IMllg.in Chuil, was In town today. He hnd a fln rain yesterday and his crop is rood. Of earn I ran supply freitt separa ted cream on short notice nt current prices. A. W. Klnnard. Phone t40. 172 Vrank Flckey was down today from his home In the Cedar creek communi ty. !! reports a fine ralu yesterday, atul Pne crop priects. at! kinds of concrete work. ' sideways, plastering, etc.. call on me at National bank building. J. V. MAsgrave. 171 Albert Duncan, formerly operator hre at I. k G. N, but now oerator on ivnver railroad nt Vernon. Is In Bryan nu a visit, en route to Galveston. Born to Mr. and Mra. Will Shelby of Independence last nlxht a dattKhter. Will's friends In the city today said be waa all smile and that you could no't tell him a thing. I I c-QoooQooffa'oooooooooGaooci a 0 KRESO DIP.. o a oo KILLS CHICKEN LICE AND MITES. DISINFECTS, CLEANSES, PURIFIES. E. J. JENKINS T. B. Goodman was In from Harvey today. N. A Harvey. Cot nam was In today from W. F. Terry of Ilolllgan chapel, waa In town today. Dr. W. G. Drumrnond waa In today front Cottonwood. Mrs. Nellie Ballard went to Hous ton tbla afternoon. Miss Myrtle James returned today from a visit to Benchley. Mr. and Mra. B. E. Hawea left to day for a visit to Houston. Mr. and Mrs. 8. D. Jones of Harvey were In the rlty trading today. Mrs. J. II. White and Mrs. Maggie Hkaln were visitors from Wlion to day. Bell Andrews returned to Houston today after a visit to relatives In this rlty. J. R. Smith. J. II. Mathls and W. H. Morgan were In town today from Hellnnee. J. A. Murray waa anionic the visit--a from Itellance today and called on the Eagle. Mrs. J. II. llartgravet returned to Caldwell today after a visit to Mrs. E. Wells. Dr. W. H. Ijtwrence of lUftfell. X M... Is the? guest of livffToihvr. Mra Joule Ijiwrcme. Mr. and Mrs. Frar.k Medland andjv'""- Apply at this office Mrs. Albert Keith of relli, iirini' s I outity, were In the city today trad- ln?. Mrs. M. E. Simmons and datiKbter MUs Esh Simmons, are uncut s of Mr. and Mrs. lmls Whlt. and other relatives in this city. The xM-ial sttbj-ct at the prayer rm-etlng service of the Baptist church tonight w ill be "The K rloturnl plan of Giving or Tithing.' A full attend ance I desired by pastor Weaver. The Eagle la Informed that the lleurne Junior baseball team could not come to Bryan to play the Junior tenm here this afternoon, but will come on next Wednesday afierutMin. June "Oth. The subject for the prayer meeting at the Mcthodiu church thla evening wlil be: ' Is the I'rayer Meeting Worth While?" I'astor and m-vral laymen lll sH-ak briefly and a g'neial dis CUDtilotl lll lw finite!. lrof. J. Bennett of PartsJfMi mer ly of th. A. and M. Colb-i;.-. Moj-d off lure ert route Ihtme front the Cot toll Svd Cru.hera convention at ( :t 1 vesion. for a short vl.lt to J. W tb Howell. Mrs. Ih-nnett and the MI ilu n are xUltlnc at Colb-ge. t s W. I). Yardk-y was In imlf from Harvey. H- n-ixirts no rAln in his Int meiliate vl luity yesterday, but further down alMiut Cartwheel prairie they had a flue rain. Mr. Yartlley says tiny have sil-ndl. crop prosp-'ts and that his corn t the In-hI tijij.iml eoni he ever saw. J. C. Cloud and sister, Miss Emma Cloud, of nellauce. were visitors to the ty today. Mr. Cloud say they had only a lUht rain yeaterlay, but crop prospvrts are giM. Mrs. M. E. Reynolds was call-d to Kommervlfle last nlxht by the serious Illness of Iter son. Mr. Eugene Rey nold. He Is suffering from a er ce of blood iMilsonillK. , Rev. J. J. Pipkin, field s.ai(fiary of the Texas Womatis college, ai ft this aftertiiKin for Plantersvllle and New Waverly. He will be In the field a week or long.r on this trlri in the In terest of the college. Joe II. -all of rroKpv-H. was In the city today with a aoii load of pro duce. Our farmers are l-nming the leiison of dlveTHltii atioit and when the time conies that they all brim some thing to town to sell whenever they come In. then will we ae iviil pros perlty. RESIGNATIONS AT A.' AND M. Mr. S. K. Andrews, secretary of the A. and M. Collets. Mr. I. It. Nottltis ham. assistant In Mechanical Kngln eerlng, nnd Mr. T. J. Wertenbaker. as sistant In Knglish, have tendered their resignations to the college officials. Their places have not yet been filled. 0 a O 0 a 6 o o a b y . DISCOUNT on Our Entirt Lint of Hen's Fine Suits Nothing Reserved PARKS S VALDROP The Clothiers. For Sale. I-arge combination lock Iron safe, In sood condition, and new Smith- Premier typewriter. Will go at half STODDAHQ. ENGLISH. Today's Houston Post published an announcement of the Uniiance on yes terday of tnarrlaxe license to G.-n. 11. II. Stoddard and Miss Hortetue II. EnglUh of this city. Vus English is a sUler of the latelMrs. Stoddard, and has been inaklnx her home with the General ami his dauxhter, Miss Charlotte for some time. DONT SWALLOW DRUGS TO CURE CATARRH. Hyomel (pronounced Hlgh-o-me) u"'r,r, "om ,'n', 10 """" a germ killing ujs.r or air whih' . when reatld either throuuh the mouth or nose will kill catarrh genu and soothe and heal the Inflnmed and tnutihtti-d membrane. Hyomel la suh a powerful gTm destroyer that It enet rates every fidd and crevice of the mucous mem brane of the nose and throut. And It kills the catarrh germs le-cause it geta whT those health destroyers are. Hyomel Is pleasant to use; It Is mad" from concentrated ex'rat f pine and erualyptus taken from the trees in Inland Australia where cat arrh was never known. Breathe In this pleasant, healing yet xernt killing air (you'll like to ue Hyomel- through a small hard ruhbi r Inhaler that comef th each ou'fU an J relief will come quickly. Hyomei is guaranteed by E. J. Jenkins u cure catarrh or money back; It gives most wonderful rrlief to consumptives. A compile outfit Itlrb Includes an lr.hal-r. a bottle of Myomel ami slmpl Instructions for use costs $1.00 and extra botlb s if afterward need-d costs to cents. Leading durgglsta everywhere sell Hy omel. Cures Indigestion It rtdicrea atomarh misery, armr atom, arh, UJi'luiuf, ajul cure all atnmach dis ease cvr money Imm k. Lrre hut f UIh It-ta 60 cent. lrugist In all toWL si MILLINERY 33 LADIES: Our Millinery Dep't will remain open with Miss Parker in charge until July 8th If you have a hat to remodel or desire a new one. wc will appreciate a call. WILSON 4 OERDEN 53 There w4ll be a regular meeting of the lodge tonight promptly at 8:30, for the purpose of Initiating candi dates and transaction ot other busi ness of Importance. Wilson Bradley, E. R. QUEEN VICTORIA'S NEW DAUGH TER. fpcclal to the Eacle. LaGranja, Spain, June 23 Queen Mctorla gave birth to a daughter at 6:25 a. m. yesterday. The princess lll be named Beatrice, after her grandmother. The baptism has been fixed for June 27. TOM BESSER ARRESTED. He Is Chargei With Having Killo Sim Post n a Saloon Near Ona-lavt-a Saturday. Ppclal to the Kaglt. 1 Cold Springs. Tex., June 23. Mr. Tom Besser was brought in here last night and lodged In Jail charged with the killing of Sim Boston at a saloon across the river from Onalaska. The killing took place Saturday night and the particulars are not known. There will be au examining trial at Point Blank Wednesday, the 23. Both are young men and from Onalaska. Comfortable Summer Shirts. You know a nice, cool, comfortable shirt helps out wonderfully . In the summer time and relieves many of the vexations of this trying time. Coulter has the kind that makes life one grand swee song. They are light weight, they fit, they do not pull, they are perfectly comfortable. They are the celebrated Ferguson 4: McKlnney line, the best In Bryan. They come in KtrljM-s, checks, and all n-w, si1IhIi and modest colors. They range in 1 In ttitsiil . t t I -4 lt atiaA n a.. f'mil. v' "" " ' - iter's Iln of comfort makers. 109-30 ATTENTION SHOOTERS. A shoot will be given on next Friday afternoon and regularly each Friday afternoon until further notice in Myers pasture. All shooters are Invited to come. We have a good trap, shells can be procured on the ground and KmhI time is assured all who come. 170 J. A. MYERS B. Y. P. U. Social. The Haptlst Young people's Union will kIw a social at the First Ii.te tint i hurt h parlors on Friday night Everybody la Invited. A splendid pro gram has been arranged, retreshtnents will be served and the people of Ilry an are cordially Invited. POPULAR EXCURSION TO HOUS TON AND GALVESTON SATUR JUNE 2th, 1909. Tickets will be sold for trains arriv ing Houston and G.tlvecton, Saturday evening June -t'.th. and Sunday morn Ing June 27th good to leave Galves ton returning on or before Mondav June -Stli. and l.Nave Houston Tues day June 2'.th. !!":. Svla! return train l-aves (lahes ton and Houston Sunday night Jun 2Mh. 1'KKi. For rates and Information regarding train service etc. see I. C, S. Agt NOTICE FOR SEALED BIDS. Xotkv Is hereby given that sealed bid will be received by Mayor J. T, Maloney until Thursday, June 2tth at 12 o'clock m. for tearing down the walls of the old city hall and cleaning and stacking the whole bricks. Kids to be made by the thousand whole britk. cleaned and stacked. Droken bricks not to be bandied by bidders. Ione by order of the city council In special session June 17, 1909. Attest: 169 J. T. Maloney, Mayor. J. Ft. Hlnes. City Secretary. Sealed Bids Wanted. Sealed bids will be received by W. R. Sanders, president of the school board of the City of Mryan. up to Fri day. July 9, I5M19. at 12 o'clock m. for the use of the rlty school money. Award will be made to party offering highest rate of Interest on dally bal ances. Successful bidder will be re quired to make annual report to the State Superintendent of Public In struction. A bond of Thirty Thousand ($30,000) Dollars with good and auffl clent securities will be required. The board reserves tte right to reject any and all bids. V. IL SANDERS. Pres. Bryan City 8chool Board. An absence of anxiety it essential to the pleasures of travel. Money cares, abave all, are the most annoying. These may be obviated by the use of the Traveler's Cheques. These cheques are payable at face value without deduction in any part of the world. The only identification re quired is the signature of the holJer. If lost payment can be stopped from yout bank. Issued in $10, $20. $50 and $100 denominations. Are redeemable at any time at their face value. For sale by OF Are raging over the country and Bryan is likely to be visited by one at any time, 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 Answer Questions. Moore, Adams & Cohdcn PflONE 265 T PARMER BULBING HCUNA GOES DIRECT r-rrm a r j . - vj mini III ill Mill rtUOWilOftt NATIONAL PARK. CALIFORNIA and WE A-Y-P EXPOSITION. V2 WttYDOfYYOU? HANDICAPPED. This it the Cast With Many Bryan Ptoplt. Too many Itryan citizens are handi capped with a bad back. The unceas ing pain causes conctant misery, mak ing work a burden and stooping or lifting an Impossibility. The back aches at nltht. preventing refreshing ret and In the morning Is stiff and Ir.me. Piaster! and liniments may give relief but crnnot reach the cause. To eliminate the pains and aches you must cure the kidneys. Doan'a Kidney Pills cure sick kid ney a and cures them permanently Can you doubt Hryan evidence? Mrs. S. E. Heard. Itryan. Texas. srys: "l-our yean ago I learned of the value of Doan'a Kidney Pills In case of kidney trouble. At that time I was borjered with Irregular passa ges of the kidney secretions and was compelled to seek relief. Pwa' Kid ney Pills, procured at Emnu l Malo ney's drug store came ta my aid and ph-ved their stieriorlty over all other kidney remedies bad trl.-d by dis using of my trouble." for sale by all dealers. Price 50c Foster-Milburn Co., Duff.ila. X. Y., tole agents for United States. Remember Ihe name Doan's and take no other. DR. ALCIE BENBOW. DENTIST BRYAN r a I T THE H.&T.C. Dan on a n Announces Low Rates ta Houston and (jalvrston atur Jay evening, June 12, and Sunday morninc. l.Vh. Rate $2.20. Summer rates to CoIIece on sale June 12. 13, 14 from all points; limit July 31. Calveton J:.re 15 and morn inir of 16. W aco June 17,18. 19 and 20. Dallas June 20, 21 and 24. Ft. Worth-J une 21 anJ morn ing of 22. MexiaJune 21 and morninc of 22. Wharton June 21 and 22. Don't forget Farmers' Congress, July 27 to 30. A. AMD M. COLLEGE CREAMERY (0) o) la a llttlt hlghtr but It la bttttr. V-, ...... . ''j-' f o o Attest; ZZ003COCOCCZO ccooooccocoo W. T. JAMES, Secretary. OTIS B4JWXLL1 BOOK BTOJU ASK YOUR GROCER.