fct i::3 Vi:::t
A toilet water with the real odor of
mil hot house violets.
For dainty women it hai no peer.
VVe are willing to put our whole bus
iness reputation back of these goods.
Isn't that a liberal recommendation?
Come in today and a.k us about of
House Violet Toilet Water and about
the new Soal Kiss Perfume, $1.00 per
ounce, and Brooktide Violet Talcum
K Powder, which contains eight times
the nmount of talcum powder usually
told for 25c our price for the big
package is 25c.
THE SMITH DRUG CO.
J. A. MCQUEEN, Mgr.
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
H. 4 T. C. Schedule.
3 Northbound ........ 1:33 p. m
6 Northbound 1:02 a, m
2 Southbound 3:14 p. m
C Southbound 262 a, m
I. e 0. N. Schedule.
14 Northbound 1057 a. in.
15 8outhbond 4: SO p. m
PEHSDIIULS MID LOCALS
tiua Hint was In today from Kur
W. J. Lawless of Kurt en, waa In the
Jaa. Doaley of Roaprlm waa In the
Henry Prlntel waa in tbe city today
0. II. Fullerton waa In tbe city today
300 pounds n crop turnip seed at
W. D. EusUsh of Steep Hollow, waa
In tb city today.
W. H. and C C. Morgan of Reliance
were In tbe city today.
Have you any rags? If so bring tbem
to tb Eagle Printing Co. tf
E. J. Borcaky waa In tbe city today
from bla home near College.
Uncle Ran Smith waa In tbe city to
day from bla borne at Fount?ln.
, , . D. W. Davenport waa in tb city to
day from Ha home eaat of town..
For Rent Nice bouse on east side.
Apply to II. A. Burger. Phone 127. 267
The Celebrated Hotima
OYSTE R S
Any Style at
Oyster 2nd Short Order
It the only place to get quality rook
ing eerially, and sal i( action.
In connection with
Fine Cigars and Candies, Fmh Fiuit.
' Nice place, tiive ui a call.
SPECIAL ATTENTION lo LADIES.
Mrs. Dave W'oo'.t of Galveston, Is
the gu.-st of Mr. and Mrs. Jem Grogln-
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Dansby of Bleep
Hollow, went to San Antonio yester
John and Frank Mcrka were in the
city today from their homes near Re
Rudolph Winter left last night on
a business trip to Fort Worth and
Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Bullock were
vir.ltora to the city today from Steep
When you want a pollc), ring No.
232. Insurance of all klnda. W. A.
E. T. Spell returned to Elliott yes
terday after a abort visit to relatives
In this city.
Mra. D. P. Cole and daughter Mlas
Myrtle, of Colevlew, were vlaltora to
the city today.
Mra. Ben Powers and children re
turned yesterday from a visit to Dr
and Mra. Claud Bearcy at Hempstead.
Fresh bread rolls and fancy Baking
ready every rooming for breakfast.
tf Mrs. Otto Boebme.
Wanted Ten po nds of good, clean
rags. Eagle Printing C . tf
Mr. and Mra. Ivan Boyett retudned
to Ennla yesterday after apendlng
some days with Capt. and Mra. T. P.
Mrs. Albert Haynei returned to her
home In Austin today. She waa ac
companied by her mother Mra. B. F.
R P. McMlnn. county road suncrin
tondent. left yetterday for Mineral
Wells to send awhile In the interest
of his health.
Mrs. C. W. Manford of Fort Worth,
la tbe gueat of Mrs. T. W. Parker.
J. H. Hearne and Jy W. Henderson
of Kurten, were In Urclty today.
Mr. Mid Mr.. tJii D. Sanford. and
Master Allen SaAUir Jr. of Waco were
guests of Mra. J. V. Job fison last
night and today returning home by
the noon train. ""
For Sale'cr Exchange 100 aero
farm about 2 mile south of lula.
Grimes county, will ext-Iimne for land
In Ilraxrm county. Address J. Cliancle
b"niole. P. O. Do &!t3. liryan. Texas.
7 mine- J. C. sYott of Franklin, and
DUtrict Attorney J. Felton Lane of
I'ennie. ca:ue dov. n yesterday after-
noon to wind up the buhiiios of the
dl.it rlrt court today.
Tl'o Houston HIku School football
team will com to Bryan on next Snt
urday and play Allen Academy. Tin
llouitoti boys are said to be erbunky
bunch and will give the home team a
run for their money.
Mr. and Mrt. J. H. White cf Wlxon
returned yesterday from a vialt to
their daughter, and acn-ln-law, Mr
and Mrs. Jesse Bullock at Colorado
For Sale afeverJ nice grade Jersey
cows and three nice calvee at a bar
gain. Mra. F. E. Chatham. Phone No.
We are always In tbe market for
seed cotton and cotton seed. Round
bales today 12 3-4 basis middling. 1
have both round and square press
bring me your ginning. S. H. Dun
Tbe Old Reliable Singer Sewing Ma
chine. Sold for cash or on email
monthly payments. Also needles, oil,
belts, and extras for all makes of sew
ing machines. T. A. Satte; white sales
man and collector, Singer Sewing Ma
chine Co. Phone 105. tf
Well built 10 room .residence .and
half block of ground, located 4 blocks
from It O. N. depot. Good servants
room, barn, garden, large shade trees.
two r litems and cltv water. Price
13,000. Small cash payment and bal
ance on long time at 8 per cent Interest.
xt in rir Mawtiluner'a ulcture
adorned the soclet)pe' of the Hous
ttcn Post y sterday In the budget aent
that paper from Fherman. Miss Clara
has been elected president of the Jun
ior claaa of Kid Key College. Sherman.,
and ber many friends In Bryan are
glad to note this dlstlngulshod honor
that has been bestowed upon her.
Mrs. Mattle Mike went to Dallas to
Mra. R. V. Kernole la visiting In
Fletcher Pool was up today from
Jimmy Cahlll wai In today from
McCalla Magazine for November at
V. M. Camp of Navasota in visiting
In the city.
C. S. Jones waa In the city today
( has. Carr left this afternoon on a
I. Y. Chlnsky of Navatota. waa In
th. city today.
Noah I.indsey of Reliance, waa In
tbe city today.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Edge
last night, a son.
John Sabo waa In today from bU
home near Kurten.
Clarence Skalns waa in today from
tbe Wixon community.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Astin went to
Houston this afternoon.
Mra. J. R. 81ms returned this after
noon from a visit to Cleburne.
I lay nee Shannon Esq. of Navasota,
was here today on legal business.
For Rent The bouse next door to
my home. Mrs. Dona Carnes. 266
Mra. John McCorquodale returned
today from a visit to Navasota.
Land for Sale From one acre to
one hundred and fifty. 8. W. Buch
THE FIRST STATE BAM.
AND TRUST COMPANY
Capital $50,000, Surplus $10,000, Stockholders
Combined worth of the Stockholders ul this Iljiik
ONE MILL. OH DOLLARS
XVe otter you the er vires of s tro-ig and ci.erative inMiiution
and invite your banl.ni; rusine.
OFF,' EHS AND D-KECT0R5:
ED Hah., President, R. II. SrLt, Viie Pre., V. H. CoLi:, Cshhier.
Jm. V. Colitis, H. P. Dansv, 1. J. Jrvkisj, V. J. Colli is.
DISTRICT COURT ADJOURNED.
The business of the fall term of the
district court waa wound up today
wbea tba following proceedings were
Motion for a new trial In the case
of I. T. Chlnakl vs. M. Holliday et al
Divorces granted to Hettle Bell from
Jim Bell; Llitle Dixon from Dan Dix
on; Arnett Brady from Effle Brady;
Dan Dennis from Ann Dennis.
j Jbe minutes were signed by Judjro;
Scott and final adjournment taken.
Of Bryan. Texas
having moved into its new quarters, invite ita friends and the public generally
o call. (The officer and directors will take pleatuie in showing you through
and explain the many facilities ws have to offer our customers in the Iran,
anion of any business that mar come to us.
We feel that ws have one of the most elegant, convenient and up.lo-date
banking office in the Stale, the facilities of which we rrast ear friends
will use freely.
A feature of our business, snd a new departure in banking in Bryan,
our Safety Deposit Boies which we offer for rent at very resonah!e rae.
J. W. HOWELL, President
H. O. BOATWRIGHT, Vice President
GUY M. DRYAN, Jr., Vice President
L L. MclNNlS, Cashier
R. W. HOWELL, Assistant Cashier. '
ttZfiS Cfl BPDfiSS
For a woman's crowning glory no
more fitting aid than one of these
Combs and Brushes. They have been
purchased to please particular women.
E. J. JENKINS
BISHOP WARD FUND.
Since the announcement yesterday
cf tho effort to raise a fund to save
the late Bishop Ward'a borne, tbe fol
lowing amounts have been handed In:
8. H. Franklin H-W
J. Allen Mytrs 2 60
Dr. Gm. R. Tabor 8 00
E. W. Crenshaw 5 00
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Emory 1 00
Send contributions to me and they
will be acknowledged through The
Eagle. Thomaa H. Morris.
The Harrison Theater Company left
yesterday racmlng over tbe L and G
N. for Cameron whre they open an
engagement of 'so or three weeks to
night. Mr. Harrison atated to the Ea
gle reporter that be waa very grateful
for tbe very courteous treatment and
liberal patronago riven him and bis
company by the people of Bryan. Tboy
carried with them most pleasant mom
o.-ies of Dry in and ber people and
hope to return here
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE.
As an evidence that advertising pays
the reporter dropped In at Coulters
today and found him and several of
his clerks busy fitting up tne ooys in
tb.-lr 13 CO 2 pant suits, and tbe men
in their 115 and $20 apeclala. Coulters
clothing department waa one of the
busiest places In the city today. 262-53
aaln next senjtuij
Cotton has been received by the
various warehouses In Aryan todate as
Lawrence Warehouse 7490
Farmers' Union Warehouse) .... 2862
Brick Warehouse 2480
Cotton seed $24.00 a ton.
Tbe cot on market declined about
five points today and told here at 12
3-4 mldllng basis.
I have purchased the bankrupt stock of Hunter ACkat
ham (Including an elegant line of
goods at Cost
Call and pick up some of the many bargains to be bad.
Store now open
J. Cxj. CLE
LsiVdDgm Sou Ms
Another shipment of this popular make for Monday s showing, in the new pleat models and high shades:
Ashes of Roses, Old Rose, Navy, Cadet Blue, Taupe, Gunmetal, Raspberry and Olive.
1 Sizes for little women and extra large sizes are our specialty.
New Shapes, New Creations, correctly copied from the latest Parisian ideas ON DISPLAyY MONDAY
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We can matcn your ouit.
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