BRYAN TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 15. 1909.
ALLEfl ACADEMY IVOfJ
A fresh shipment
K. vriTttn v4
Don't fail to see assortment.
In Black and Colon.
In I!s;y Cost Style
Silk D-d to Match
We fcrry th: Sfcch
A. J. 1
Just received by txpr!.
The purest in J lmest
"None like NunnallyV
Try the Chocolate Cherries and Chocolate Brazils
23 and 150
AT ALLEN ACADEMY.
The subject of Ir. Clyces lecture
to the students of Allen Academy this
morning was: "Your Record." In
plain out elegant and forcible Ian
guage the Importance of a good. clean
howl record was presented and ma
ny illustrations were cited to ahow Ita
value all through after life. Nearly
every one of the student body llsu-ued
with profound Interest and there Is
no doubt that rood seed were sown In
fertile noil that will boar fmlt In the
years to come.
When Dr. Clyce concluded, the rain
waa falling briskly, so Dr. Caughley
was requested to occupy the time till
It slackened. With his Inimitable wit
be kept the students in a succession
of paroxysms of laughter for what
seemed te be only a Tery abort time
but was really about a quarter of an
It Is safe to predict that no student
of Allen Academy will ever forget
either of the two gentlemen who ad
dressed them this morning.
PATENTS ISSUED TO TEXANS.
Schley a- Davis, patent attorneys
of 401 Main street. Dallas. Texas, an
nounce the Issuance of the following
patents to Texans for the week end
ing Nov. 13:
L. D. Armstrong. Dallas; metallic
19 IT TO-DAY. YESTIC9AY IS UNt
Ktxci li tic Ui ecus trttectlti g: m jSr
lllj. It Is itsr privilege til gtsr Cf.
SOLICIT VOIR USIMSS
Dbsf State tela
AND KIT CC"?ANY
UUTA $50,0 .
40 DAYS CID SIIO.O DEPOSITS
Luxuries That Have Become Staple
Sinder's Pork and Deans
In 1 and 2 pound cans
They are pure wholesome, nutritious and eco
nomical. Have some put in your next order
PHONES 111 & 179
& Newton, Inc.
A. Burton. Wbltesboro: liquid fuel
J. G. lianna, Austin; automatic
L F. Karris, Forreston; cotton chop
W. A- Jones. Denton; combined
churn and tee-cream freeter.
f.. u ituigway. Frost; spark arres
KILLED A FINE GOOSE..
Aubrey Foreman killed the finest
wild goose this morning the writer
has seen In a long time. It seems that
a buncb of geese going south lost
their leader, or from some cause be
came confused, and were flying very
low on the eastern side of town this
morning when be got a shot bringing
down a fine one. The wild goose.
with plenty of stuffing and baked to
a brown turn. Is Just about as good
eating as yours truly would care to
WILL GIVE BANQUET.
The Eagle Is Informed by President
John Daly of the Bryan Athletic Club
that It Is the present purpose of the
club to give a banquet at their ball
on next Thursday evening. The
spread will be for the members, and
honorary members of the club with
their families, and a most enjoyable
time is anticipated.
STMT A UNI MCIIINT
THE QUALITY GROCERS
DEFEATED THE HOUSTON HIGH
SCHOOL TEAM AT HOUSTON
SATURDAY BY SCORE
OF 17 to 11.
OTHER FOOTBALL GOSSIP
A. and M. Made Monkeys of Holy
Trinity at College Saturday
i-or the second time this season the
Allen Academy football team on last
Saturday put the grand "Klbasb" to
the Houston High School team at
Houston to the tune of 17 to 1L
The winning of this game without
question makes Allen Academy the
state Interscholastlc champions. True
tbey have not defeated the Waco High
school, the game with that team being
I tfe, but the many games played and
won, and the bard teams they have
been up against, entitles them to the
Of the game at Houston the Hous
ton Post says:
Ending with a sec re of 17 to 11 in
favor of Allen Academy, yesterday's
game between tbst team and the
Houston High school told the old, old
story of the superior team work of
boarding school boys who live togeth
er over city school boys who have on
ly their school work to bind them to
gether. Throughout the game, which
waa very good for the class of teams
represented. Allen Academy's team
work and more constant and steady
practice showed up with astonishing
regularity. The High school team
was composed of players equally aa
good, except In perhaps one or two
places but they larked the consistency
and faith in their leader which would
have won the game for them.
Charley Hudson starred again for
Allen, proving the swiftest roan on the
field, a game player and a brainy cap
tain. Tick at end and full, and Seale
at half played a good game and good
ground gainers. Ross made his end
runs too long and lost ground several
times. Boehme. though fearless about
bucking the line, proved a bit slow.
Hamilton at end played a good game.
Prltchctt kicked some pretty punts
and two field goals, proving himself
a valuable and reliable man. The en
tire line held well, not a creditable
gain being made through them. Lyon
at centtir was as solid as a pile of
"flrnt biscuit. The interference pre
sented by the back field was an Im
portant factor In winning the game."
On Friday next the Allen Arademy
team w 111 go to Waco and play Waco
High school on Saturday. The Eagle
learns that a special csr will be at
tarhed to the regular train Friday and
the team will be accompanied by the
NEWS OF FORMER BRYAN MAN,
James Robertson West, formerly of
Hryan. and son of Rer. J. D. West,
stopped In Wsfthlngton for a few days
to see his sister. Elizabeth, en route
to Princeton. Mr. West had a church
in Arkansas, but has always hoped to
be able to take up and follow out cer
tain advanced lines of work at Prince
ton, and at laxt has reached the goal
of his desires, as he la now taking a
special course In divinity there and a
graduate course in philosophy. He Is
a University of Texss man, and Is
one of the many who are In and out
of this city during the year. Due to
the large number of positions open
to young men, such as the secretary
ship for the congressmen, and similar
offices, there are many young gradu
ates of the Vniverslty of Texas In the
city. It would seem feasible If a Tex
as University club could be started
here so aa to give the stranger a place
to go and a chance to get acquainted,
as he can otherwise be In town for
weeks without meeting or eren know
ing of the presence of others from his
college or State. Washington Cor. In
Via I. A G, N. R. R. Account San Anto
nio International Fair.
Season Excursion tickets on sale
Nor. 5 to 16, and tralni arriving- morn
ing 17th. Limit for return Nor. ISth.
Popular excursion rates In effect
for special days.
For Information call on, or write
D. C. DeMarett.
Ticket Atent. L st G. N. R. R.
lid c Imoiv your bu'cin::3
tic want your business.
Every matter, large or small, entrusted to ut
receives our careful, confidential attention.
G. S. KM, Pres. II. KIHrcrffcL
A. 17. C1HEEP, fc:r
J. II. CCLE J. K.
A. and M. Against Holy Trinity,
Thefootball team of Holy Trinity
College of Dallas, under coach Joe
Utey, a former captain of the A. and
M. football team came down Friday
night and played A. and M. Saturday
In the first half A. and M.'s first
team went In and took the ball from
the visitors like taking candy away
from children and loped np and down
the field with It until they got tired.
They made 18 and then put In the re
mainder of the first half practicing
on trick plays or various kinds.
In the second half the remainder
of the squad went In and took turns
In making monkeys of the boys from
the town w here the State Fair Is loca
ted. When the final whistle blew the
score stood 47 for A. and M. to Holy
Trinity's great big round goose egg.
Varsity Against Tulane.
The Texas Vniverslty team went up
against Tulane at New Orleans Satur
day. Tbelr (so-called I arch enemy.
Jublter Pluvlus still pursued them and
tbey were forced to play again In the
rain and mud. They put up a hard
fight but Tulane was Johnie-n tie-
pot and the final score was i0 to 10,
The big game between Yale and
Princeton at New Haven, the sons of
old Ell were again victorious by the
crushing score of 17 to 0.
A. and .M. leaves toniKi.l or tomor
row for Dalals and will play Oklaho
ma University In that city Wednes
day. Oklahoma has a fine team and
the beys expect a hard struggle. "Big
Jim Ross, a former A. and M. star
Is on the Oklahoma team.
On next Saturday the Oklahoma
team will play the State University at
Austin, and the big Thanksgiving
game between A. and M. and Varsity
will close the season.
WHO WANTS A J0B7
Letter From the Census Supervisor
for this the 6th Congressional
Corslcana, Texas. November 10, '09.
To The Eagle. Bryan Texas, Dear
Sirs: I have been appointed the su
pervisor of the Sixth District of Tex
as, to rake the census for 1910. The
appointment of the enumerator for
the sub-divisions of the district will
be made by me.
My first and highest object will be
to secure a thorough and perfect cen
sus of the district, and for that rea
son I ask the publication of thla let
ter. All applications for positions will
be addressed to me at Corslcana. and
will receive the fullest consideration,
and will be determined by me from
the standpoint of great efficiency to
the service. The whole dlstrice la In
terested In having a fulf, complete
and perfect census, and In having em
ployees for the work, the very best
men to do the work.
My effort shall be to take this cen
sus In a business way.
A. F. WOOD.
F'.r.l'.EEl J. 17. irJT.
W are always In the market for
seed cotton and cotton teed. Round
bales today 14 1-4 basis middling I
have both round and square press
bring me yocr glnnlxg. 8. H. Don.
Tf Mn C
Our store is rthe home of
i r . ...
vjuwj vjrocenes and it is
a pleasure for us to assist
the busy house-keeper in
a. solving the problems of her
Fresh California Dried
Fruits of all kinds
Fruit Cake Ingredients
Pickles Sweet, Sour,
Mangoes, Ddl Pickles
Bottled Goods of
Fresh Oatmeal, Grits,
and Breakfast Foods
of all kinds
Butes Excellence Flour
Sellers of Tilmo Canned Coods
Mew Tin Shop
Noto Bros, hare purchased the
tools and equipment of Otto Gerke,
and have put in an up-to-date tin
shop of their own in connect-on with
their Hardware Store. Mr. Gerke,
who is one of the best tinners that
ever worked in Bryan, is in charge.
Parties needing tin work of any kind
call at Noto Bros,' Hardware Store and
itwill be done promptly and cheap
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