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V 4 i 15 Cut the Coupon L from Palmnliva naern aluMtiuiiiMit i and get cake of tha daintiest toilet t aoap made, absolutely free Iwl The Celebrated ttaxnta OYST E R S Any Style at SAM'S Oysbr v. i h:rt Crd:r Pcrfcr I tht only place to get quality rook ing especially, and tatUfaction. In connection with Molmco Bros. Confectioners Fina Cigars and Candies, Fresh Fruit. Nica place. CJivt ui a call. SPECIAL ATTENTION to LADIES. RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. A T. C. Schedule. No. 3 Northbound 1:38 p. m. No, 6 Northbound 1:02 a. tn. No. S Southbound 3:14 p. in. No. S Foutbbouud ? 52 a. in. I. A. O. N. Schedule. No. H Northbound 1057 a, m. No. IZ Southb"tid 4:30 p. m. Jim Ileal of Prospect, was hi town today. Steve Mot- wni down today from Tabor. Jw Hia' was down today from Uieelo. k. Jim Tobias of KurUii. was In tin city today. lial niack book containing bills. Koturn to Cw. W. Higg. 271 c;m 8nvn of Hellancc, a In town today. J. L. Hyara whi In the ity today from Itcllanrv. 300 po'inda new crop turnip toed ai Iawh!nn y's. t tf I)r. W. V. Jones of llarvy. wan In the city today. C. M. Rlsinger was In the city today frotu llolllgati Chapel. Wanted Ten hi nds of good, clean rags. F.agh I rlntlng C . tf It. U. Elliott waa down today from bin home near Whcelock. Nice new cottag-t for rent. IS.00 lr month. See A. O. Hoard. 273 Mra. T. M. Ewing of the bottom waa a visitor to the city today. I lav you any rant? If s bring theut to the Eagli? Printing Co. tf Lost-Monday night 110 bill. He ward for return to thla office. 2G5 U M. llaltom. a prosperous fanner of near Penchhy. was In town today Mra. J. P. Uoydcr and children of Wellborn. re visitor to "th city today. Ir, K. P.crlow of 7.uU !i. v an over yes tcnluy afternoon and list iiIkIu on tin tlncss. ' Posh btead roll.- and fancy PaVIns ready every mn. ling f 'r br.n'ufaM. If Mr ;. OttJ iVehric. M. r.irinnn:i and ili:vi.:!:.-r V. Kay. .: vU'.tors to the l' tUay from Harvey. Kobt. Armstrong went to Waco to day. 8. 12. Lock of near Tabor, waa In the i lly today. K. L. Smith waa In the city today from Fountain. J. C. Boy pit wai In tbla afternoon from College Station. . W. T. Young went to Mllllcan tbla afternoon on buslnesa. ("apt. A. J. Searcy went to Hemp- Mead tlili afternoon. Mra. Johnlo Koppe of Kurten, wa a visitor to tho city today. noon from a religious congress of his church h ld at Plttuburg. Mr. P. II. Dawson of Wellborn, was a visitor to the city today. Mrs. '. 0. Oliver of CorMtirtia, In the gueL of Mrs. J. II. Webb. , Itev. J. N. Thonta.i, pastor of the Chi Im inn chuiMi. retunxM this uft r- J. II. ll"iir and K. W. Klllott of Tiilxir, were Iti the rlty tiwlay. Mjjta Prnnkle Anmtron retiirne l to her home In llearno today. fd. T. K. Wren returned to his home at I'da today t'fter a vlmt to rel a'lvea In thi city. MIk Ira Ma"1' Camp went to her home In Nnvaswita thl afternoon tor a ahort vlxtt. miuu lu.rthn !"..ivi.a of Wclllm. I tho glleKt tf her CtMlhlll, Mi l!eie IbibliiHon of WUon. Mrs. O. II. McCJee of Stoncham. who haa bi'en 1ltlng relativea In thin city, went to Henchley today. . W. II. Uuchannn. a merchant rf Kur ten. waa lxiklng after bualneaa mat tera In th city tiwlay. For Kent Two choice front rooma In the IVrklna building. Apply to The Flrat National llank of Itryan, Tel. 273 Car load of Fine Arkamaa Applea on trmck near Pout Office. For ale cheap, price accotdlng to quantity. 271 We are alwaya In the market for aeed' cotton and cotton aeed. Round balea today 13 1-2 baala middling. I have both round and aquare preaa bring mo your ginning. 8. II. Pun lap. tf lx)st The building plana from the Jamea building. Party taking them away will please return to foreman at worHr or J nine 'drug More. 273 X. I. MrCulloch. manner of the Farmer' Cnlou Warehouw and busl neKN mumigi'r for the Fnpners' I'nlon of the county, left lod.iy to vlt.lt Ial and Fort Worth. The Old H 'lluble Sltuer Sewing Ma chine. Sola for enh or on small i-.in!h!y pn:'tnent. Also neodlea, oil, jb. lt. ami rxtra for all mnVen of vr. tnncblnwt. T. A. K:iMe: white anb-a-'man and roll.-ctor. t-iin-er Sewlnc M.v J You Ape Going to Buy a Sunt tMs r If you arc as wise as we think you are; it will be a Schssffnsr & Mmrx Smd vou can't buy any better clothes than these; because no better clothes are czli 1 or sold. It doesn't make any difference who you are, uor what your busiss;:; it doesn't make any difference how stylish your taste is, nor how long a pur:s you have, you can't pay enough to your tailor to get better quality or more perfect style, or a more certain assurance of fit and value in the wear than we can furnit you in these . Hod (Yl Hart Schaffner & Marx 'Safe At $20.00 to $35.00 We are showing the new things in Men's Coat Sweaters, Soft and Stiff Hats : aJA 'le an 'orc 5ifrrs, Fancy Neckwear, Half Hose V r-1 W kr Hi" MMt fe Mara rks'& W a H dl n dD ip Bryan's Big Clothing Store. TAFT TO STOP AT COLLEGE IVan Chaa. Puryear phoned The Kagle tbla afternoon that a reply had been received to the invitation re queuing Prenidnt Taft to atop at Col lge Station Saturday en route from llouaton to Dallas. The Invitation waa accepted and hla train will atop five nilnutea. A The exact hour li not yet knownH'ut auposedly about 12:42 . m. aa the aeclal will leave llouaton at 10 a. ni. POSSIBLY ANOTHER BRYAN MAN IN THE RACE. 8AN ANTONIO INTERNATIONAL FAIR. "Battle of tha Clouda." Exhibit""!. Texaa Inland and Marine Fiah. Agricultural Exhibit Occu plea Three Large Build - Inga. IRON ORE AND LIGNITE. In In the amusement world nothing bai more prestige than Pain Pyrotechnic Company which thla year la produc ing that thrilling spectacle. "The Bat tle of the Clouda," at the Internation al Fair of San Antonio. November 6th to 17th. In thee daya, when aerial navigation la coming Into Ita own, a production of thla character Is timely and should make the Interest therein all the greater, for nowadays nothing nee rim to have greater factnatlon than!fuld readily be used In calcining the psiM-r on the iron orei of East ' .as. Prof. William D. Phillip of the Bureau of Economic Geology of the l"nlverlty of Texaa aaya: I believe In the Eaat Texaa orea. I believe that there la enough good ore there to be used as the basis of a very large Industry, whether It be smelted In Texas or shipped out. We may now be upon the eve of considerable under taklnga there. In preparing these orea for blast furnace use they should be calcined, and right here is where one Industry begets another. We have In Texas and within easy reach of the ore flelda large deposits of lignite suitable for the making of producer gaa which but it la a fuel that will readily K-l2 Itself to the making of prodacer-gs which In turn, can be used to great ad vantage In Increasing the percenters of Iron In the orea by removing lie water. Contractor Dodaon U going rl;-t ahead with the work on the M. II. Jamae building. He la well along wl:?i the foundation and the brick work r.l begin in a day or two. lie baa a t lot of material on the ground aad ti working a large force of hands. rhlne C. Phone i'C. tf 0 :'t . '2 (G) Tr a box of Cascaro Quinine Tablets. id They will relieve thit cI-I fjr you in 2-1 hours. E. J. JENKINS a v '.CT '.I 1 J The Went Newa pays this merited i compliment to tlie brainy young man from Drao county, the Hon.' Wilbur ('. Davis: "The ll nnt.ei PoM an nouiK-es the probability tf lion. W. ('. Davli vt Dry an entering the rare f r Coi.gresK BKaiio-t Mr. Hardy of fnrsirana. Should Mr. Davis deride to enter the feriip tiicre will lie some thing di his all along t!i line for be l an crntor c-f n- in ;i!i nbllliy en 1 v.iieit I It coines to a rough r.nd tll'ul l" ! t Niti Vi'iH!ir DuvU h at li'i.i'e :ih 'he I ti.-l of ti-i-in lie !s 5r,nc I.H fee- I o.id tett.t as a l i' ir.bcr ( f the l. i l.i it ;iie ft'id i'ijr!:ig l"'h l.tm be iv;is aiwajM '("Mul h.itiliiu f-r 'he m.---- , ' t'.e Me de-t rvoi fi'iiiethinj ,h. r " !!:!! ('';-.' . r.I. ores, wmio tne tun value or gas maae from lignite Is not very high, yet It la high enough for such purposes and great advantage of the efforta to conquer the air. "The Hat tie' of the Clouds" Is a fore runner of what might occur in the future. Warfare In the clouds offers, possesses the greater iKimibl'.lilcs in fact, some! cheapness. unheard of possibilities that only The use of lignite In gas-producers time Itself can bring to a solution crjls likely to be, in Texas, an Industry a stale of perfection. j of larg. proportions within a few years The fact that a sMHtaie of thU;nd one of the contributing agencies character h tr be produced by the, will be Its employment In connection' Pain t'omiviny I sufficient guarantee, with the Iron ore of Knst Texas. Not' tt it not even the slightest detail willj as a fuel for smelting th ore this TO AID HOMELESS CHILORZX Special to the Eagle. Fort Worth. Texaa, Oct. 21. A stat conference of men and women Interfi led In the welfare of Lomeless and de pendent children convened la this city today for a twoJay aesslnn. Include J POPULAR RATES I Vl.t I. . C. N. R. R. Accourt San Anto i nio Irtcrn4.i;nal r:ir. 1 ........ I'm irt.'; Tl I'.-Vi'v l!:'l" X,-v. to K.. at:d ;r;'l'!s arrivint; morn Kill. I.i.r,!: f.ir ftiirn ?'.v. l i nlr.r cscur I'.n r?tc in effect f r f i ll d.t i. l-'or ln: i n.ifljn ca!l cn, or writo D. C. DoMarctt. Ticket A?". -, j. & C. N". II. II be nerloctod In order to make the pro-: not now possible but ai n fuel for tu.-tlen c(:n;dete. There has been a ' Improving the quality of the ore before ur.at oi:il:i of m n y to comidet.- It givs to the furnace. tlu.M rpi-n-l. nnd bang It to the hls'i-j Upnite Is not a bl;.t furna.v fuel, e i jm vi!ile pe;fei(o:i In .order tlmt soceciioc mav fc lbw its mean hi '!niit the aid of e.!;o! it'.oti or ;i ( ; i .:rr.v:i. , , The ';"' t.--.(l- l!l b- fillnwe-1 !i!.!i'-; !v l: n "iii.'i;; i' U nt dt- !.i of p ro-1 ! . hti!. t e.nl'! !.-ct Jin I b- i.'i ! an In m 1: ihi; firework.-. S. . al . hundred !''! le fire employed in to; I r )-!i;i tint! atid i. s;-t .. Sal tr::Ii: f. r e-:rej for I's transport ati -n. AID i .'r(-:il.-' ii! Iv.ve In' r:v-s to tl In-ehinMi nil anong the topics scheduled for dis cussion are "The Dei'ndent Children of the City, and What ,to do VTJti , Them." "T'ae Child es an Asset of th" Nation." The Kelation cf cur 1bt:n h to Our Churches." "The Af and w d Child and it Father." and "The Juve nile Ccnrt and Its Opportunities." SV. C. FOUNTAIN , ' OENTlST. Office uostalrs ever Smith Drug Col u e eryihlr. ti..i' I) s' In t!:e v ay cf hi ill ;.in ! FRESH SHIPMENT .andredth Turnip So ed "Prc-I T'lon.-'te Civoig" wli be the o.,u f-r n--'.in on ? v.o Vi.-.-!on.' ;i- the I i -st D ip'o t ch'tr.-h top!it nt :: "'). V rjb. !v Jiuivd. l 1 o 1 . L0 CSiitS pwf pjl!itd niONF. 142 S o o o o f4 Y ii -rw r jr -r m -"-tv vf rj r tt T7 'iT f If "tT" V-V .7 H eT? f ? A, : J !.j hX M U I V V Ml A In' SAM Wc ,v,ra.r.;.c a lot vi 25 BCSUtifuJ TciltVCd Vaisl3 a I OHO-third lOS? than ValUU. omc arc beautifully EKrolJcrcJ. others tuckri aid pleated: rt.reri.ls arc excellent. To lAHO O 'ttOlSO for TiVJrOty vill let you pick your choice .u Ot.19 and SJ.30. Worth $1.75 and $2.0C. Tltcse are the scisor't newest and latest modcL. SCO OUT -VindOV todrs N-t a Waist sold until TluusJay at J) a. in. Wil&ON & BtERDEN The Big Busy Sis . -mmmammmmmmmmmmwmmm mmmmmmmHm tmmtmmmmmmmmmmammimmmmmmmm'mmmmmmmmmmmmm aaaaaBaavwBacMawBaMwaat'aMaBBssBBaaMi aaaaaMasw i it u .1 IP I : " " ' f A . . ' ! ; . i ... '