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.. candies .. Uothlng quite io food. Til- CMITH CHUG CO. I . j. a. McQueen, Mgr. RAILROAD TIMZ CARD. H. A T. C. Schedule. Ko. 3 Northbound 1:38 p. m. No. I Northbound 1:02 a. m. No. 2 Southbound J: 14 p. m. No. 4 (Southbound 2.62 a. m. UO.N. tcheaule. No. 14 Northbound 1057 a. m. No. IS Eouthbonnd 4:30 p. m. LLOU. FfBOS ' - . Juff Steele was up from Million , J. R. Smith waa in today from Re ltaac. John D. Jone was In today from Harvey. John Slaughter. u In today from Reliance. T. B. Smith of Reliance was In the city today. 3C9 pounds new crop turnip seed at Uawfctaney'a. tf J. W. Illcka of Reliance, waa In the- city today. J. W. gkains was in today from hi home near Edge. r Good dry cord wood for sale (2.10 per cord. E4 8. Derden. 242 Prof. C P. Fountain was in the city today from College. Floyd Todd and son a were In the city today from Harvey. Forest Jones and James Tardley of lUrvey, were In town today. My house for rent furnished or un furnished. Mrs. Dona Carnes. tf Charley Drown of Houston U In the city on a short business rtslL Mr. E. T. Graham was in the city tolay from his home on Rock Prsirie. Jas. Donley was In today from his home In the Providence community. Any Style at r SAM'S h the oaly place to get quality cook, log eipecially, and satisfaction, la connection with t:c!ir.c3Crc3. vetws)sal w Fin Cissr and Csdlss, Froth Fruit. Nice place. Give us s call. SPECIAL ATTENTION to LADIES., cz () () () : () () efc fZ House for rent close In. Also nice cow for sale. Apply to W. T. James. 242 Miss Hattie lialtom returned to Denchley today after a visit In the city. Tom Davidson spent today, the Jew ish New Year, with his family In Waco. Jas. Henry Jr., was In the city to day from bis home on Thompson creek. Mrs. II. G. Ward returned to Mar lin today aft.T a vlst to Mrs. J. Both Moortig. My home place for rent Furnished or unfurnished. Msr. J. El Pica. Phone 212. 242 Mrs. Mamie Upscombe returned to Waco today after a visit to Mrs. Rob ert 8. Webb. Mrs. Homer Wilson and Miss Leila Andrews of Union Hill were visitors to the !'T this morning. Geogre Llgbtaey and his sister Miss Mattle Ughteey were visitors to the city today from Reliance. Iet me be your summer broad cook. Fresh bread, rolls en cakes always on hand. Mrs. O. Bochme. tf ' We are always in the market for seed cotton and cotton seed. Round bales today 1) 18 basis middling. I have both round and square press bring me your, ginning. 8. II. Dun 1P. J U Your last chance to - subscribe to leading magUlne at low prlcea close October 1st. Moat publishers advance then. Subscribe now ' at Haswell's Book Store. We have the best club offers' and duplicate an7, - 545 Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lindaey and Mr. and 51 rs. D. C, Llghtsey of Reliance left today for a visit to Auafn. They will' vl it twlnts in Wesjr Tesns be fore returning home s m oWM It's easy to learn if you study hard. It's not hard to learn that we have chosen wisely all our Tcbloto, Pcno, Pencils, Inko end ell Cchool Cupplico. te- J. JENKINS w--w-www w WW ww J W WXr-WW WW WW 3 o CO i-'-r . W. 8. Kawell went to Navaaota to day. Judge V. B. Hudson returned today from Calvert Miss Mary Hickman left today for a vlst to Houston. Mrs. George R. Wicker returned to day from a visit to Waco. Kodak finishing and post ca-'s. prices reasonable. Bryan View Co 242 Mrs. C. A. Adams and daughter Mlaa Ula returned today from a visit to Dallas. Mrs. A. B. Carr Jr. and son John returned to Houston today after a visit to Mrs. M. Parker. Bring your kodak finishing to the Bryan View Co. over new Bank build ing. Finishing done every day. 242 - All films brought in by p. m. one day will be ready to deliver by f p. m. the neit day. Bryan View" Co. 242 J. A. D. Robld returned today from Seattle, California, Colorado and other Western points where he has been for some weeks past in company with his nephew, L. A. Robinson of Marltn. Mr. D. B. Wright of San Antonio, supervisor In south and southwest Texas for the 8inger Bewlng Machine Company, is in the city on business connected with the Singer agency here. I have secured the aervlce of a good watchmaker, engraver and op tician, and will be glad to examine your eyea free of charge at my store. All work done promptly and guaran teed J. M. CaldwelL 252 The Eagle Is tequested to announce that Re. J. N. Thomas, pastor fo the First Christian church of this city, will preach at Rock Prairie cburcb on next Sunday afternoon. Come early to avoid the rush. We are now prepared to fill ail wants for school, the Isrgest and most complete line of tablets, pencils, baskets and books. Has well's Book atore. State depository for school books. 215 Fred W. May field, business mana ger of the Harrison Tent Theatre Co. la in the city making arrangements for the appearance of his company here Sept. 20th. Miss Nannie Berryman, teacher of Piano and Stringed Instruments will resume her work at the Graded East Side School Sep ember 13th. Former pupils and others who wUh to take up the study of music are Invited to meet her on that date. faxtcsian ccutfcx cr. t irza. ttarta '"tara ttsmt-rahlp - R;, badge Crr.cers Clectei. A coenci! of the Uodarn Order of Praetorians was organised at K. of P. ball Uat Bight by State Orgaxer Wm. R. Allen. The new council starts out with a roemtfrtUp of 25 or 23, with core in protpect FoIIjwI-j officers were elected:, W. Frank Kil ler, Sublime Augustus; Wm. Eby, Senior Tribune; C. C Bullock. Junior Tribune; Judge A. a Board. Worthy Attorney; John B. Illnes, Worthy Re corder; A. 8. C. Wlraa. First Centu rlan; J. W. Hall, Second Centnrian; Mrs. A. 8. C. Wicsins. Worthy Sooth sayer; Lock McNeeley. Worthy Ly glan; Wat McNeeley, Sentinel; Dr. R. II. Ilarrson, Medical Examiner; Miss Charlie Jenkins, Praetorian Queen. sT.vrrirrrn' c? t::2 c, c. m s -d KENNARD-QUARLEt NUPTIALS. Miss Elolse Jane Kennard. daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kennard and James Hayes QuarlM were mar ried yesterday morning at a quarter before 10 o'clock. Rev. Peter Gray Seara offidatng. The weddng was a quiet affair, only relatives being present and the cou ple left at once for College Station, where pretty new cottage awaits their occupancy. The bride was gown ed In her traveling dress of green cloth and there waa no attempt at church decoration. The bride comes of a well known Texas family and the groom has been for long ' a familiar figure in the newspaper world and at present holds the responsible position of librarian of the A. and M. College. Houston Post. . The Eagle extends congratulation! to CoL and Mrs. Quarlea, and bespeaks for them a gracious reception Into the society circles of the campus and rot Bryan. Home Wanted. By Allen Academy student where board can be paid for by services morning, evenings and Saturday. Phone Eagle Office. 242 FOUND A black overcoat. Owner can get uiie by calling and paying for this notice. A. Heusarllng. 242 MUSIC CLASS. MIsa Sue McLrlland wishes to an nonnce to her patrons that she will be ready for hr music class on the first of October. 253. CHARCOAL C7 Z2YM at tkz c:: r ' iv::::r:3 sz?TT::r?. i, v.. r-- k.Mw.. -J Lota sod DucouM. C49,4.U U. S. Eands and Premt. 117.4C0.C0 State " " " 43.864.CJI Real Estate, Furniiere and Fixtures 8,293.10 Cash 1V1 ,236.07 CUI.171.33 u . jr. : Cf.' j s:oci . .... j 'h and Uad;vuM prof.;s(::) ti.c.r Circula:ion 1,1 I.' Bills Payable... ::.C.:.C) Dtfosm SH.O,!? tl,171. I, L. L. Mclssu, Cashier of the above named Eank, do sols i t that lbs above statement it true and correct to the kt tA try f and belief. L. L. McINNIS, Cl: j. Subtcribed sad sworn te before se this f-.ft day of Semter, Y.U. W. P. Ejva, , - Notary Public Eraios County, Texas. CORRECT Attsu i J.W.Howsll.H.O. Roelwright, R.V.Howeli, Clrsctors 1 : When will the Clock ttapf Remember every Saturday at 3 p. m. l give away two aoiiars ana nny cents. The party holding the ticket nearest the time the clock stops. gs the money. The way you get the tick et Is this: With every dollar purchase made you get a ticket I will run thia advertising feature until Dec 24th. and at this time the one holding th ticket nearest to the time the clock stojMi. wHI get ten dollars. Now lets hare your cash business. J. Allen Myers "-' Tb Winchester Shell Man. 242-49 Gyd Vzo cr.J CJLzzo Tboe tired eyes of yours will it and lots of abase, yet there is a i'-'t to their patience an I their power. You roay worry atocj foe oi:e a wL..e, but ihert will come a time when you will regret your prcscct in.:.-4renrt. Here are a few hintsi Headache, DiMisess Aversion to C f;tt Li!J Sleepy Fetliog while Rsadiog LIurricg of Objects either at close rr;t or at diitaace Frowning or Squinting Smartiox or BursiexSansaiiion in or stxJ the eye Fsiirue or requiiicj stronger Ji-ht wha reau.ng Dark Spots C. t iog or Bright Lights flubicj before the ye. These sre bot a I of tit many Symptoms. . Just think it over, 1 Ct ('aiees for dafective viioes aad eye stnua that's all, but a little piece of glass wiil work wwaders. I charge nothing for contattatioa. If glasses are nnt aesdJ, I wl.l ttJ yo if they are I will tumUh them at a reasonable price. A trial la all I a.k. Neither can you relieve the strain by "hoping your eyes wCI txoc:t stronger." Weak eyes, when ia aead of glasses, always go from bad to worn. D. S. HEARN, Graduat Eye Sight Specialist, srith Jao. M. CaUW-l. .1, ' . ' NEGRO ARRESTED. Deputy Marshall Arch Goodwin arrested ia this city last night, Phil Carter, a young negro who stole a shot cun, a small amount ot money and a few other thing from a negro on the Fountain Farm in the bottom. The young buck was imbibing in a saloon when Deputy Goodwin put tht irons on him. He is lodged in rail awaiting a trial. Just Received: I:2W revvr' Clj'cr C.'';.r,i crJ l-l'-i www t3 CawaCO M. H. JAMES c:T:i':b7 Choice charcoal for aale at store of Jno. M. 8ebsta. C A. Jenkins, a prominent farmer of the Kurten community, was In the city today and paid the Eagle an ap preciated calL Mr. Jenkins, while dlacaaalng crops and nsatters-of pub lic Interest took occasion to aay that ha appreciated the Eagle and could not get along without It To an editor these are words fitly spoken, they are like "apples of gold In pitchers of silver,- ' . S I with to inform my friends that I have boMght out Mr. J. W. Hunicwtt's Livery Businew and am now open in tht old Tabor stable. North Main street. Good Horses and Drand New Cvirx. BoardicJ Horses a Specialty. 1 CSTour Patronage will be Appreciated. C. C. 51-IELCUr.nE Dp I have an extra -Zi U U W - on hand and am Bill ing them at Great Bargains. Be sure to look at my line before bxyir.?. ( , M ; stock of Iron Lit o mmt STYLES F0.7 FALL Aim YH1TER. We are now displacing .. in BRtWSElMY mi SHOES FOR WOMC'i Colored Tops a'ain lead, tf We have tlic fashionable CRAVAUETT crJ CALF Uppers in the Leading Shades. 03.50, 04.00 2 05.00 Wane-Kuii Erne For Every Member of your fdihlly We are showing the new Fall styles in this celebrated maliey ol. Hosiery; full,fashionedit full finished. Ve sell every pair under a positive guarantee tb satisfy our customers. 25, 35 end 50c per polr Ulo I8o ClH FALL SELECnduS Are now shown in this inost popular male. In Datiste and Coutilc materials. OMQ, 02.8 V? TO 1 (SI m Em IB en "WE STORE AHEAED "