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and Pilot FOURTKENTH YF.AR. BRYAN TEXAS. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 23. 1909 nui:' :2 274 , "Another Shipment , 1 in 36 and 72 inch size i First Lot was sold in 3 days and at the price this ship ment can't last many days $4.00 Rugs 36x72 on sale at $3.50 $3.00 Ru 27x45 on tale at $250 Curtain SWISS and SCRIM Still on sale A. J. OAS RED SCO. PRESIDENT TAFT AT COLLEGE. Made Brit f Address to Students, Com plementing Their Fine Appear- a nee. The secial train rushing President Tuft and party from llouaton to Dallas nia.le a five minute stop at Colic at 12: S3 today to give the cadets ami College people an opportunity to see the president, and to give him an o portunlty to make the corps a abort talk. A great many Rryan ieople went out to see him and the crowd u a welled by many from the surround- Ing country. The conn of cadets, K0S Id number. were drawn up in company formation along beside the track and a the President's train came to a stop, the College band played Dixie and the ca dets reonlei lustily. The president stepped out upon the rear platform, wearing a grey sark suit and a smile that won't come off and spoke as fol lows: "Young gentlemen when I look at you, this splendid body of young men, I am convinced they raise good men In Texas" as well as other things. I am glad to have this opportunity to see you and glad to look Into your faces. I am glad you have the oppor tunity to gain the practical training given by this college under tbo direc tion of the atate. We have gone a long The First State Bank AND TRUST COMPANY OF BRYAN TKXAS GUARANTY FUND BANK Effective January lit, 1410. Thii bank i operating under a Sate Charter and the State Iaw are very strict. A thorough examination of the bank will be made every three months by expert bank exam iners and published statements of its condition will be made five or six times a year. We offer you absolute security. lite stockholders of this bank are all conservative citiens and the intercut of its patton will be looked after carefully. t Ccir.e z?,i to Castes with us. nun. mjlicrt, ft. I. sun, vice Prcs&ti, w. I. CClf . UlV.tT, L J. JiraS, I. f. ttt&SY. m. W. CCILTU. V. J. CCULIU. NEW GOODS Ralstons Whole Wheat. 12-pound sacks. . CGC Rait ton's Graham Flour, 12-pound sacks. . GGC OHOCONEL 11 The new Breakfast Food, made from whole wheat and pure chocolate. Call for sample and then ask for some in your next order. BELL BROS. . ..THE QUALITY GROCERS ... Two Phones 111 & 179 Two Grocery Wagons way In building op state schools, and they are a great help to our young men. They help them to do things right now. Those who have the op portunity to attend these schools can go at once Into the things they Intend to do all the time. Engineering, fann ing and other practical training given her can be put toue at once and without going far. I have lately trav eled over a great portion of your atate and when ll Is developed and the great systems of Irrigation are put Into practice, you will make a state ao great that you will not know what to do with It. Goodbye." The train waa rolling away as the president aaid goodbye and he retired with his genial smile Into his car. The train passed slowly through thlj city without stopping, and the presi dent., came out on the platform and waved to the cheering crowds. GIRL OF TEXAS iisio tin PI!! WITH WHICH SHE ATTACKED ROBBERS BUT COT WORST OF IT. BOUND INO GIGGED In Retaliation They Secured Her Well and Then Calmly Proceeded to Ranaack House. Special to the Eal. Dallas. Texaa. Octoer, 23. Iate yes terday afternoon two masked white men entered the home of J. D. Barran tlne, at farmer, near Mesqulte, and finding the 16-year-old daughter Lena at borne, the others being at work In I;. -t ; rA n n n Will continue to five'to our patrons the same service which has been so satisfactory in the past. With Ample Resources, Lonf Experience and a Thorough Knowledge of Conditions, we feel that we are in position to serve you to your advantage. A SQUARE DUAL IVITC1 ADDOLUTC OCBUTV. G. S. Vtrm, Pp. JL.JLSILT,Vbfta. In. v.llKEnrrri, is j.n.cciE j.K.p;m j.w.e::h::j Thomas T. Stevens of Georgia. Recording Secretary Central Mrs. A. L. Oowdtll of Alabama. Corresponding Secretary General Miss Childress of Louisiana. Treasurer Central Mrs. C. R. Tate of Virginia. Register Central Mrs. James E. Cantt of Missouri. Historian General Mrs. J. Endera Robinson of Virginia. Custodian of Cross of Honor Mrs. L. H. Raines of Georgia. Custodian of Flags Mrs. F. A. Walk of Virginia. . Honorary President Mrs. J. W. the field, the men demanded money and the girl assured them none , Tench of Florida. in the hous. i Honorary President Mrs. They proceeded to ransack the prcrn lues and the girl stabbed one Intrud er with a bat pin. The robbers secured the girl, bound gagged ner and wraptied her In a blanket. They then chloroformed lier and left her unconscious. She wss In this state when mem- ers of the family returned. She waa not seriously Injured. The robbers were trailed by blood bounds a short distance, but so far have not been arrested. The house was ramuirked but the robbers secured nothing of value. BISHOP WARD'S REflllS HOME Body Reaches San Francisco On Way to Houston. Special to the Eagle. San Francisco. Oct. Zi. The body of Bishop Ward of the Methodist Epis copal church. South, who died at Kobe. Japan, on September 20. arrived yes terday on the Nippon Maru and will be sent to Houston, Texas, the late bishop's borne, for burial The bishop had been in Japan only a nion;h on i regular tour of Inspec tion of Methodist missions In the Ori ent, when he died. OFFICERS 1.1E0 BY U. D. C. DITIOli West Virginia Gets President Texas Honored With One Vice President The general convention of the Uni ted Daughters of the Confederacy In session at Houston, has elected gen eral officers as follows: President General Mrs. Virginia F. McSherry of West Virginia. First Vice President Central Mrs. L. C Hall of Arkansi. Second Vic President General Mrs. M. E. Bryan of Texas. Third Vice President Central Mrs. Randolph of Virginia. With the election of a daughter of West Virginia to the highest office In the gift of the Cnlted Daughters of the Confederacy. It Is understood that the d legates to the sixth annual conven Hon have agreed that th- annual meet ing In 1910 shaU be held In the West, and this honor will go to Little Rock. Ark., that city having extended a cor dial invitation. TWO HIU6S ill In the aew arrangement of Walicrs 5 and 10 cent store for next week, you will find all over .the house counters arranged for special bargains. They will be bargalna too that you cannot afford to miss. 274 One Culprit Was White and Other a Negro Preacher. Special to the Eulc. Montgomery. Ala, October 23. Will Stevenson, who murdered his step daughter a few months ago. waa bang ed early yesterday at Luverne. touts Balaam, a negro preacher, was banged at Grove Hill yesterday for the murder of Deputy Sheriff Wain wrlght last August. POPULAR RATES VIA I. A G. N. Account No-Tsu-Oh Carnival, Houston- Texas, November S-13, 1S09. Season tickets on sale dally Nov. ? to 12, Inclusive. Limit for return Nor. 14th. Popular excursion rates In ef fect for special days. For Information call on. or write D. C. DeMaret. Ticket Agent I. G. N. IL R. d:91-5fi Is a constant worry to the busy housewife. Let us help you by suKestinp the following: Bottled Picklesall sorts. Barrel Pickles, sour, 3 doz. 2bc Dill,2M 25c " Mamjocs 1 - SOc " Sweet Mixed, qt. 25c Kraut, 6pounds 25c " Mackerel, 2 and 3 for 25c Bottled Olives, Manzanell SOc Queen .. 25c Hot' Relish,...., 25c Prepared Mustard 10c, 15c, 25c Macaroni, Cheese Cranberries Fruits and Vegetables. Besides the above list we Jhave everything in Staple and Fancy GROCERIES and will appreciate your trade. Candors tiros. Sellers of Bultc's Excellence Flour 'an JjTelmo CannedGoods iHMiiiiiiiiiiiniMniiMnininminn;ttr I Fresh v Vegetables AND FRUITS DAILY Nice Chickens and Fresh Kfts, Swift's Premium Hams and Banquet Bacon, Buchanan's Creamery Butter. The Finest of Can and Bottled doods. 1 Prices, Quality andsrvice Unexcelled Phone32iind 386. C. E. 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