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rilK MoT UP-TO-DATE LINE OF FINE STATIONERY - ALL NEW Tints and Latest Shape Envelopes. HOW S YOUR TOILET CASE ? Is it (oaplrte ! Uur Ltie of TOILET M ITERS aad FISE PKRFI IEM Is the Best in tawa. WILSON JENKINS DRUG CO. no belter at Oil writing. Boaa to Mr. and Mm. R. H.Car- mi! of Bethel, Saturday morning, a tine girl. Joker. THE DAILY EAGLE. Iair4 l th tor t Bryan. Ttiaa, Second i '! mall mattar. BT CONN ELI. V. lALMEB A CABKES. MiLCbiaCtui Editor. iDiMiirtioa raica: Per Week, !0e. Per Moqlh. 40c PKMOCP.ATH' TIL'KKT. for I' nited State .Senator C. A. CPI.BKBSON For Hovemor JOSEPH D. UTBtt I Batrop For Lieutenant Governor J.I. BROWNING of Artnarillo. For Attorney Geueral T. S. SMITH o HITiaboro. For Comptroller J B. W.FINU5Y of Tyler. For I.and Commissioner OBO. w. rnroii of Ft. Worth. For Treasurer JOHN W. BOBBINS of Vernon. For Railroud Cotnioner ALLISON MAYFIKI.D of Sh'rmun. Por State SiijSTinttndent J 9. KKNDAl.L of Ladonia. For Associate Justice iiiO.-. J. BROWN of Sherman. For Court Criminal Appeals M. M. BBOt KS of Greenville. For Congress seventh Iritri?t BOBBST L HKNKY of Waco. For i-jr; iit i v- .th di-trict SAM I; II KNDKRSON. ol Bryan. For di-trict attorney 20th district J.C. BCOTT, of Franklin. THCKM'A . -KI TKMIH l: 1ms. Kelly PfBOtOB's Kin at W, . n neigh borhood ginned If to l.it tiirdy morning 220 bale; ginned at same date laat year:"'.' bale. Henry Karten'a gin. nesr Kurteni ginned t ' "a urday etening M dale; ginned at ame ti in - .ant year .'T' hides. John M CaUiaa'a gin at TelsT gini ed up toli-' -hi irday 114 bale. (in stetener of Cottonwood haa ginned 10 balao of OOttoa up t Friday Htening CLAKKE-KOSS. A Itemiiifni Quiet Wedriliii; ut Wnco. Mr. Frank Clarke and Mis Be, sic Boas were ipuietly married at 7 o'clock last evening at the Metho dist church in Waco, Rev. Dr. Nelms, the aator, officiating. Miss Josephine Clarke was maid of honor and Dr. F. R. Bona U-st man. The other attendant were Miaa M. Stella Shepard. Mi Cir rie Henderson, Mi- Kate Parker, Mi Katie McKenxie, Miss Champe Eutwnk, Mi Nane Shel Willis, Mis Pollie I'adgitt; Dr. W. H. Oliver Shapley P. Roas, A. M Wuldrop, Cnrti Oliver, John It. Hines, George Y. Smith, Jr., and Johnnie Wilson. Owing to the death of the l.ride's well beloved father, Hot. L. 8. Rosa, some month ago, the cere mony was very simple and there was no reception The couple left at !:40in the evening for Ahville, N. C, where they will end some tune with Mr. Edith Moore, siter of the groom. The bride is one of the most 'widely known and universally Issloved young ladies in Texas, and a social favorite everywhere. . Endowed with all the blended ( harms of ttue womanliness, she is such a wife as will make her gallant young husband bles hi wedding day so long as lie shall live. Mr. Clarke is a native of Bryan land no young man of the city is In M in higher esteem than he. i He is bright, handsome, courtly, ! quick iii business matters, fortu n it. an i il er ing of hi nr4 .1t happiness. A pret'y residence isbeiiii; built here for Mr. Clarke and Ids bride and WO, with other friend, are glad indeed to know that this will ba their future home. Mlllhao d A very refreshing rain Ml here Saturday and Sunday. The weather is cooler and sick ness is decreasing. Rev. Blatherwick of Navasota. pn-ached at the Baptist church Sunday. Brother Wharton of Breinoml. gae the young people a very in-terc-ting sermon Monday night. We are . n - rry that brothi i Wharton has " accepted another call and will be w ith us no iMafJat . The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Steele of near Allenfarm was hurried here at the Wheat graveyard. Their many friend eymnthue with them in their great loss. Mr. Kate Whaley came down from Kosse Saturday to visit In i mother who is very low. Mrs. A. G. Steele of Navasota. visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Beverley Monday and Tues day. Miss Rosa Council of Houston, visited Miss Nannie Kirkland last week. Little Misses Ruby Walker und Kate Steele from Navasota -pent Sunday with relatives here. Miss Annie and BUM Smith -pent Friday and Satunlay in Bryan. Mr. W. H. Punlap OptMi his school at Ku.ua prairie, in Crime county Monday. Cards are out announcing the marrige of Miss Florence Mills to Mr. T. P. Taylor, of near Allen farm on the 'Sth. Operator Sam Beene visited Marlin lost week. Mr. Knox T. Williams spent Saturday and Sunday in Houston. Mis Little. Hayse is atteioln school in Houston. Edgar Moore of tiie First P. S. illumines is at home on a tlurty davs furlough. County Clerk line. W. M Mi hael rili tod bON last w !rtk. Letter Ltat. LADIES. Idamix, Joaie Cauipbell, Mr. Court, Mrs. Kvan. Mrs. K. s. liibbs, Mi' Helen Madison. Klla Price, Mr-. Hariri: Kubinson. Adilie Him, Mai tie Deuhovse, Pearl iiaiue, Mis- K P. Johnson, Mrs.l.Hiira Noble, lieseie (ST) Powell, lleatriie -iiiite , Mr. M L Solt, Mr. Alice Hare News Harvey is still dry. Cotton Pickers and doctors are putting in good time at present. Prof. McDonald oft I rimes county who will teach Bethel school this session, passed through here Thursday N hi way to Bryan to pa- the , xaniinati .n. Mis Martha Ann Bain who died Tueola" inoruilig at the hoiui of I. L. Rains, was buried at Bethel Wednesday morning at U o'clock. Messrs. W S. MoClmig. Dick Jones and R. I. Andrews. MlttM Ida. Fannie McClung, Mary Fergu son went to Rock Prairie Saturday night. Mrs. George (irahain has lieen on the sit k for several days, and is Tsylor, Mrs, llattie Washington. L. V Intlev, Mr. K. A. Woolon, Mr-. I Walton, Klla Wilson, l.ovie tiKNTs t 1ST. brewer. Henry lloyan, ti A Hogan. Mates A. biM. M C Crouch, tina DoaOjUW I'eiitaon. H len.kley, W K rieeman, I. H field, ti W trains, sm tirane Alblsn loirtith, Rons Jarkcon, K. I. lnlinor., Charlev .lohnaon. .lame I ... Waiter M. Marshall, W K l iotO Nathan Nero, loc I' BtJBBSBS, J J Powell, Kieehte Salistinry. John Seagse. J lin Bpowoar.Olua i roggin. J II Tavlor, John Talbotl, Kti Wvare, William White. Uill Wilton, Homer Williams Above iit ol letter remaining in the II an iio-ti'llice f r the week en iuiw' Sept. 'Jtl. charge of one rent i made on Barb iiieee of in ol advertised. V hn tailing (or these ie'ter please aay ad- . .1J Xf II Yeiuneo, Kivinic oitte. ery ivrpiit.. Tyler Haawall. P. M MONDAY MORNING We Put on Sale: 30 Doz. Gents' Linen Collars Cole Bros' Cost 10 to 17c each, some slightly soiled, at 3c each. 36c doz 15 doz. "United Brand" Gents' Fine Neglige Shirts, the $1.00 quality, at - - 75c each. $8.50 per doz 25 doz. Gents' Fine Half Hose the 25c. quality. at 17c per pair. 2.00 per doz 25 doz. Gents' Half Hose, the 15c quality. at 10c per pair. 1.20 per doz 100 pairs Gents Pants, some slightly damaged original Cost 2.00 to 3.00 per pair, your choice 98c per pair 500 pairs Gents Shoes at Much less than cost We are showing some exceptional Values in Gents Work Shirts and Heavy Shoes. 1000 Yards ' Humboldt'' Jeans every thread Wool worth 50c. per yard at ... 25c yard 250 yards good Jeans worth 30c yard at 250 yards good Jeans worth 20c yard at yard 14c yard logic, Just a. iiiiM,rtant, is it not, that otir Proscription. are properly prepared a it is that jroU physieian presenile correctly ? YOC would not ask the advice of a physician who did not possess a Diploma from a reputable College of Medicine, vet do. it ever occur to you to inquire if tin lruggi.t w ho put Up your Prescription, ( perhaps one of great imortanee, requir ing special Skill and accuracy) possesses the required profi ciency as well its your Physician ? The Value of Prescriptions depends on houi they he been filled. I make a Specialty of Skillful Prescription work. Take your Prei riptions ami family Receipts to Emmel's Pharmacy. We are closing out a great many Odds and Ends" at much less than half Cost. Visit us. We will make it Pay you. RESPECTFULLY, J. TEMPLEMAN & SON. Knight T Nilar CreenUt Ion. Oat n, Te.. ept. 1'. I jiight an event of magnitude took place at a meeting of ltithen ommandrry. Knight Templar. It waa a meeting to preseut tiennral II. II. aloSMOM, past grand commander id the -late, nod now general I iMino of the grand emauiiment el the I nileil Mates, uti a jewel oiei to him by tin- grand rommsnderv of the slate. The jewel waa sent here to be present.. I, .oil the reenta'ion stH-eeh was iiiaJe lo sir Knight it. M.J r.lgin. who h .it h r manv tears i een ' grand re, order. II a lom hint trib ute in id- to t .rand Commander Stmt !..rd I he .i-tingtiislu d t iit r r Ive,l it in a most eloquent sddiea that gli- 'ened with gem of traternal sentiment and deep appret latum The .., 1.1-iiin hrottfbt togetner a large numiier ol meuibera, including many of prom- en testoi. News Klirlen News. The ehoir t at Trvoii Hall Siturdav night at the regular tneettmg niu'ht. The leaders were T'ol.a Tobia. ,le-e lliek and Kd Kdge. Mr. Dosie outlaw and wife of 'nines countv was bore Satunlay The i-reatn -upiier at Mr. PowelPs Saturdav night was a sue .-; everyhodv reports a good time Tbs -inger met at Harris Schoo Hon-. Sunday evening and or ganied a choir Following are the ollieer eleet.-d: Ivl Kdge, choir i-ter I it urge Kdge, seconil choir-i-ter and Nliss Mary Hester, secre tary. They will meet every first and third Sunday evening. They use the Dawning Light. Kvery InkIv invited to i oe out to the next meeting ami take a part. Walter Kdge ol thi comunity, left Sunday evening for Huntsville, where he will lie in school nine months. The cream Mppof at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. (J. W. Buckhoult's Saturday night was a slice. All who attended reMrt a nice time. School will begin at Kurten Tryon Hall Monday, October 8 Prof. K. K. Marriott, principal; W. K. Marriott, assistant. Pink. Cottonwood. It has began t -bower around Maybe we may he next to get a rain. The health of the community seems to he better at this writing There were service- at the Bap tist ohltrch Satunlay night and Sunday by M. M. W'adsWorth of Buffalo, LtN ceunty. Aintmg the iitoi - attending w i. Mi -i - .1 M. Zimmerman, Clarence Shop pard and Victor Kdge and Miss Mollie Wat'on of Kurten Mi-ses (iivirgia and Maggi' White and Marv Bohinson M Wixon Mi Dave l.loyd and Pml. B. t. Bullock of Beliaiicc. Mr. I iahe Kreeniai. and family of Wixon, visited relatives on Cot lonwood Sumlay. Messrs. Kd, Walter and Denton Kdge visited Cottoiiw ,,d Sunday The home of Mr. ami Mrs. A. D. Locke wa made happy last week bv the arrival of a tine loy. I will OODOlodt for the jirosent. Cotton Bicker. Choice I'lowerm I ret tfull v solicit your e.irl order- tor ilowering bulbs lor planting this fall, such as H va t inth-, Tulip-, Narcissus, Jonquils, Crts'iis. Freesia. Oxali-, Bennada Billies, etc. Of late I have given the matter considerable study and in due season I h.is to be able to supply you with tine plants of I ite and choice varietie of 'anics. Carnations, Violets, etc. I have al ways bon a little partial in my taste ti ward tin Pansy, so will make it a ec-alty, and I promise ton i.l iiit- of the ino -t strains and. i . choice blend-. Yours rcMftfuilv. M M, Dull iniison. P WE WANT WIVES! B illr ll.e .lmr. t" know thai lata U Ibr iUe t. To tbe Citliens ol llrj.io. For the pnrpoie of increasing light la our plant we will from tbm date (or thirty days, when contracts re made within the time, wiie your building with plain w i nag and cord drop only, flee ol ih.iMewhen nut let than three lights in one hnilding sie contracted for one year and payments to l male monthly in aiWance, protided further that the BSOSBjOBS to I wlrel and BOOS traetl for are situated on the t reel on which our lines BBS now located. !"ea e i .,i ... . : . am pan) and make lonlracl. Ilryn Water, Light Cower Co. :'')l U T. Fuller, Pre. Mr UK. F. buy Flavoring Extracts. Letter Paper. Feather Dusters. Soaps. Perfumes, Card Cases, etc.. As lor Pure Drugs and PRESCRIPTIONS. Ev ery one KNOWS that THIS IS THE PLACE. Our NIOMT Service Is good Registered men always in attendance. Bell at Front door. I!. S, READ, Druggist. Wellborn Nett. Cotton is coming in fast. J, B, Boyder ,V Bro. have ginned 3.rstJ hale- iin t date; we have re ceived v'7 bah- -o far here Kvervbody is busy picking cot ton. Mr Frank Bullock was here last week. It is very dry and stock water is getting very scarce. Bob Boy. The AMERICAN Laundry. Two door South of Kx change Hotel. First class work (iuarantced. Prompt delivery. PATRONIZE A HOME ENTERPRISE and keep your Money at home. Telephone No. 141. E. D. BEACH, Manas jrer DR. PAUL I. RAYS0R. PHYSICIAN AND SIBtiKON, Brvan, Texas. Office over Jame Dregntore. Resi dence Phone Lit. DR. H. T. COULTER, PHYSICIAN AND SI BtiKON. Calls an ie IJI ' or Miht. office at B. 8. Head's Drugstore. Resilience 'Phone X Bryan, Texaa