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andjet cue of the daintiest toilet
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j j ' RAILROAD TIMK CARD.
1 H.4T.C. Schedule.
fco. I Northbound 1:31 p. m.
Not I Northbound 1:93 a. m.
No. z Southbound 5:14 p. m.
No. 9 8outbbound 2.s2 a. ni.
. LiaN, tehsduls.
No, 14 Northbound .. 1057 a. m.
No. IS Soutfcboad 4:30 p. m.
Apple cr tm I. A U. N. track. 292
W. B- Atkins was In town today.
E. V.
vey.
Peters waa In today from liar
T. B. 8mlth wee In today from Re
liance. Carl Jones of Reliance, waa in town
today.
J. P. Cllpln
from Kurten.
was la the city today
Mrs. Rudolph
llearne today.
Winter returned to
fvJ. T.
Jones waa
Reliance.
in the city today
For Bale My pacing saddle pony.
D. W. 8pence, College Station. 293
Mn. A. T. Ward returned to her
home In Dallas today after visiting
Judge and tint. V. B. Hudson.
I'ncle Abe Hensarllng returned to
day from a visit to his son J. L. Hen-
sarllng and family at Wellborn.Jj-
rresn bread rolls and fancy Hiking
ready every mo.nlng for breakfast,
tf Mrs. Otto Doehme.
MaJ. W. R. Cavltt's. Informstlon will
Ma J. W. R. Cavltt's. Information wil
be thankfully received. T. D. Wilson.
293,
All my land southwest of Bryan Is
Posted, hunters are wsrned to kee,
out or they will be prosecuted. hJK.
English. ul
Mr. and Mr, Geo. A. Adams and
Quinlan Adams returned last night
from Denton where they attended the
SulllvanAdums nuptials.
WANTED.
Two furnished rooms for light house
keeping. Apply to C. C. Hill at Union
Taylor Shop. Phone 3t9. 292
) FOR 9ALE.
Several desirable houses for resi
dences. Close la and convenient. Mrs.
E. 11. Roberta. 293
NOTICE HUNTERS.
All Isnds owned by us are posted
and busting prohibited." '
II. P. Dansby
D. M. Dansby.
293
NOTICE.
I wish to Inform the public that 1
am still In the employe or the Singer
Sewing Machine Co., and will evil ma
chines un easy payments.
W. 8. Johnson,
Dryan, Texas.
apples on
292
O. W. Allen of Steep Hollow, was
the city today.
If you want apples call at the car
on L4Q.N. track. . - 292
Mrs, J. W. Collier returned today
from a visit to Houston.
Small car of Arkansas
I. A G. N. track.
ImnTTall to visit the apple car on
L A CN. track. 23
Wanted-Board and room In private
family J. L It care Eagle office. 293
.FriClUtte, Jr. of Houston, visited
his parenu In this city the past two
days.
The social at the Itaptist church to
night la a free will offering. Every
body Is Invited. 291
er In Houston.
C. 8. Jones, a merchant and
of Harvey, was transacting business
In Dryan today.
Mr. and Mra. 8. II. Buchanan are
visiting relatives In San AMonlo and
attending the fair. V
Rer, John SwanwUk has returned
from Plue Uke. Grimes county where
be has Just closed a meeting.
For6ale 8econd hand No. 3 Oliver
Typewriter In eicellent condition. Will
be sold dirt cheap If taken within the
nevt week. Geo. A. Adams. 277
POSTED.
Notice Is hereby given that all lands
owned by us are posted and hunters
aad others are warned not to tres
paHS upon same.
Mrs. Wm. Andrews.
S3 O. L. Andrews.
THE WEATHER.
New Orleans, la, Nov. 12. Tonight
and Saturday unsettled weather.
Rhnwora tunlcht or Saturday. Colder
Saturday. Cllne.
GETTING HEADY FOR t'ANTA
CLAUi
OU are Invited to share In' the fruits of our efforts In
providing the best clothes In America for the use of
the men in this town.
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Hart Schaffner & Klarx
made these clothes for us; we selected the
fabrics and models from a great wealth of
rich weaves and patterns; and from a large
variety of handsome models.
There are no other such clothes to be hd here or any
where else; they're simply the best; that's all.
SWTS VS.C0 to S3S.C3 OVER COATS $15X3 f $t5X0
Nm Skipmnt
Manhattan Shirts
Jastla.
Pleated Bosoms in the new Fall
colorings . . s . Sl.75 and J2.C0
crrki tfot r hmi trsMf a ms
SiirsJ Uta Uzchvsear
in narrow four-in-hands for close fit
ting collars, in the new cross stripes,
panne! stripes and crotched ties.
Psiipks & W IJ dl a3 w $
- Bryan's Big Clothing Store.
Walker's 5 and 10 Cent Store has
bwn officially declared the headquar
ters for Santa Claus for the coming
holidays and Christmas and nothing
Is going to be left undone and no ev
pense spared, to give the old gentle
man a royal reception and a beautiful
palace In which to reside during his
stay in Uryan. In fat his quarters
mi.. ner.iter of Kurten. re-V' lng rod " ta,""tWul "J
turned today from a tl.lt to ber a,oth-ctlw that he may d lUe o re
i I main mere uiaurm .
Mr. Walker has secured the services
Pw",'rof Mr. E. E. Taylor from the whole
sale house of Dutler Hros. of Dallas,
the largest wholesalers In Texas, and
he will remain here until Christmas.
Mr. Taylor Is an expert window dres
ser and card writer and will do the
beautifying and rearranging of the en
tire store from one end to the other
and from the bottom to the top. New
fixtures will be added and nothing
left undone that will add to the at
tractiveness of this "Holiday Head
quarters." See the window display
for Friday's big specials. 291
W. L. Edge and daughter Miss Delia
of Cottonwood, went to Houston this
afternoon.
Mrs. A. W. Koyd-r returned to Well
born this alternoon aiter visiting Mra.
D. D. Dawson.
Ken Wilson returned to Houston
this afternoon after visiting hU fam
ily In this city.
Mrs. C. M. Camp returned to1 Nava
sola this aftermn. She was inrom
panted by her daughter .Mist Ira
Maud Camp.
J. T. Jones left this aftertax for
Corpus Christ! where he will ix-pd
a few days fishing and taking aIUk
at the country.
Host right,'
Lurile batts. and Mr
lasuig sfuoK
ttflra.' it 8.
Mrs. II. O
Webb. Miss
Sims went to Houston this aftern
for the Grand opera season,
cperas that will be presented
Faust, Trovatore, and I.uda (e 1
move.
what to give your frk-nd or relative
for Christmas, make it a nice trunk
or suit rase. There is nothing they
need more or which would be more
highly appreciated. Coulter has a
splendid line of both and when you
go to buy, don't fall to look through
bis line. It Is a pleasure for Coulter's
sales-people to show you and answer
any and all questions you may care to
ask.
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The Allen Academy too.U team
left this afternoon for Houston whre
they play the High 8chil team
that city tomorrow. In a game hS-e
sometime ago between .these t?o
teams, Allen Academy won. The
Houston boys claim to be stronger
now, and a battle royaf is expected
tomorrow. I
Following are the nvmbers of tie
team that went down: Hudson (cap),
Vlck, Prltchett, RoAme. lovJoy,
Dirdsong, Ijrons, Mishan, Holder.
Perry, Rruce, Ross, finning (coach).
Wilson (manager), Hamilton, Script
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A BUSY PLACE.
When the reporter called at the
store of W. J. Coulter this morning
on his rounds for news, he found It
to be the busiest spot in Bryan. Mr.
Coulter, with a large force of his help
was busy unpacking trunks, suit ca
ses and lenther bags. They were all
elegant, of the very latest style and
would Indeed be most suitable holt
da gifts. If you are undecided about
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Cairo, Illinois Is the scene of .he
latent lynching. A white mm and
nesro were hung there last nlKbt. the
forrm r lot wife murder and tb t Int
te.r lor killing a young lady.
A young boy at l.ouls?lll-, Ky. n
cited from reading dime novels, ntn
amuck yesterday and killed thq cash
ier of a bank and wounded two 'other
employees of the bank.
lYesldent Taft reached Washington
Wednesday from his long swing
around the circle, and after one nigt t
at the White House lit out for Hart
ford. Conn.
W. J. Rryan will leave his home In
Nebraska tomorrow to be gone five
months. He will spend a short while
In Arizona and Texas and then leave
on a long trip to South America.
In a raid by officers at Amarillo
tr,0K) worth of whiskey was seized.
The whiskey was being unlawfully
disposed of In a prohibition district
The Texas press women have enter,
ed a vigorous protest against the rid
iculing of women by means of car
toons.
Dr. R. C. Ituckner. head of Buckner
Orphans Home at Dallas, was again
elected president of the Baptist State
convention.
A fire at Rule. Texaa, destroyed
business property valued at twenty
five thoussnd dollars.
ThewoM He Was Mad.
The late Count de Lessens was trav
ellng on one occasion to a French rait
way train In a compartment 'with two
commercial travelers,
"1 beg your pardon, air." said one of
them, fsncylng tbst be belonged to
tbclr fraternity "are you not a triv
lerr "Certainly 1 am," raid the count
"Wt thought so! If hat la your liner
"Isthmuses."
-WtMvb-wbsf asked the puttied
commercial-Mwbat are tbeyf
1 am Introducing sblp canals." said
D Lesscps gravely.
The romnierclal travelers feared that
tbey bad fallen In with a lunatic and
were making preparations to escape
when the cottot banded tbem bis card
and put tbeni at their ease.
The Architecture ef Madeira. '
We saw no suggestion of modern
architecture or European innovation,
no Mot anywhere except a single mo
torcar. Without knowing anything
on the subject 1 should say that the
architecture of Madeira la a mixture
of Spanish and Moorish, like that of
Mexico, only It 1 better than any
thing In Mexico From tbe sblp the
stucco, tile roofed city H flawless. anO
as we steam away and night come
down and lights break out and becoin
a Jeweled necklace along tbe water s
edge our one regret Is that we are
leaving It all bebltnt-Albert Blgriow
Paine to Outing Magatioe.
A CURIOUS FLY.
This
Ths Easiest Wsy.
Dlclssoo-Dobbliis formerly opposed
my views, but now be agrees with me
In everything. WIck-on-How do yon
account for It? Dickson Don't know
I'm nor sure whether I convince him
er enly mske biro tired
The Crisis.
"Now. Tommy, yon mast go aad
wash yourself."
"Ma. If you keep oo at this wasbln
business you'll nueer me whole vaca
tion." Century Magatioe.
W. C FOUNTAIN
OENTIST.
Offlce upstairs over Smith Drug Ce.
Wasplike New Zealand Insect
Feeds en Spiders.
New Zealand boasts or a fly that
feeds on spiders.'
Tola fly Is black and waeptlke and.
like tbe wasp. Uvea In a nest of clay
bunt In a crevice, preferably to the up
per folds of heavy window curtains.
This la one of tbe great annoyances of
the tidy housekeeper In New Zealand.
Try as ahe will. It la almost Impossible
for her to keep these flies from setting
op their homes at the tops of her cur
tains. These nests of clay are made op of a
series or separate cells, usually from
Ave to eight in number. When tbe oet
Is built the fly gwa after spiders.
It bss no trouble v conquering the
spinners of silky webs. Tbey succumb
more easily than do tbe A merles n flies
which are so unfortunate as to get tan
gled In a spider's weaving.
The fly carries the spiders to Its
borne and imprisons eacb one In a cell.
Hen the fly lays a single egg. and
when the grub batches out It eats tbe
splJer that has been provided for It
When Its fond Is all gone tbe mother
fly goes cut and catches another spi
der, and she keeps this up until tbe
young fly Is oid enough to catch spi
ders for INelf.-New fork Telegram.
kmersen's Ceurtecy.
When Mrs Mary A. Liver more was
a little, girl she was monitor at tbe
Hancock school In Boeton. and It waa
her duty to answer tbe door. One
ralnr dnr tbe bell rang, and abe found
at the door a tall, tbln roan, with a
dripping umbrella, wbo Inquired for
tbe principal. She was Just at tbe
boklenlsh and disrespectful age. but
there was something about this visiter
which so Impressed ber that abe led
him In as politely aa If be bad beeo a
prince, placed a cbalr for bio by tbe
Are. relieved bim of bis wet coat and
nmbrella and after sbe hsd started to
leave tbe room came back to draw a
Are screen between him and tbe blase
for fear be would And It too not She
afterward expressed to ber teecber
some surprise at tbe unwonted clvill .
ties sbe bsd felt Impelled to show the"
stranger. He answered: "Ah. that was
Ralph Waldo Emerson, and that is the
effect be has upon everybody. He Is
so courteous himself that It calls out
the latent courtesy. In all others."
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wear in every new color. 39c and 50c
Cream and White Scrjc Cream Broad
cloth. New Woolens, New Silks. New
Trimmings are arriving on every train.
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