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WOODWORTH'S.j'
Id Violet Water we have
LOZELLS, VIOLA, and WRIGHTS.
In the latest orders we lure
"l.oell's" Hispania, Corinaria, Crabapple, Em
pire Lillv, Empire Rose, White Helliotrope.
White Rose, Pink. Jockey Club, White
Lilac.
Wilson
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THE DAILY EAGLE
alr1 it tbi FoitoaVti l Bryan. Tiiaa. M
iriauraUl maltar.
T OONMILLY. PALatia CARNM.
Hi lUliu Mltof
naacairrio rmci:
Per Week, 10c. Per Month. 40r
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
Kor United States Henator
C. A. OULBIBOR
Kor Governor
joslth D. IATBM
of Bastrop.
For Lieutenant GoftfDOt
J. N. HRoWMN'i.
of Armarillo.
For Attorney (imcral
T. S. SMITH
of HlHrirtfti
Kor Comptroller
It. W. FIXI.KY
of Tyler.
For F.nti'l CoBimiwrioaif
(JKO. W. ITOOBB
of Ft Worth.
Kor Treasurer
JOHN W. BOBBINS
of Vernon.
Kor Railroad Cuniioncr
ALLIEN KAYFIELD
of Sherman.
Kor Stain Superintendent
J.S. KENDALL
of Ladonia.
Kor A-sociale Ju-tii -
Tlios. J. BROWN
of Sherman.
Kor Court Criminal Appeals
M. M. BROOK
of Greenville.
For Congress srvi-nth Dri-tri t
ROBERT I. HENRY
of Waco.
For Rcpreselitivc i.'ith Di-trit
M It. HENDERSON
of Bryan.
Kor District Allornev 20th litrit
J.c. I00TT
of Franklin.
m
UTUBDAY, NnVF.MIIF.K6, ).
The adoption of the ennstitu-J past week visiting relative. Ku
tionnl amendment alt'c.:ng the , !,re wa- the ili version inilulged.
legislature to pension v .federate'
veterans shows thai Texas is dis- the first prize mid Mrs. J. A. Mc
posed to Is- getc-rous to these old ,.- n the ' insolation prize. A
soldiers -o far as she can Is- Had dainty luncheon of salads, olives,
the people known definitely that Halted almonds, sandwiches and
the veteran generally desired this chocolates was greatly enjoyed,
change the majority for li e amend- Mr- Ithode. was assisted in re.
incut would have Iteen larger. 'cciving by her sister, Mrs. W. I).
Houston Post, I Lawrence.
....My Favorite Preparation
Is ni v EGG EMULSION ol Cor) Liver Oil with Hypophosphitei
Lime and Soda. It is htin i rnQtollon with ill who ha
used it,
I a in MOOd of this fact, us well as of the preparation.
It is superior to any Cod Liver Oil emulsion I have seen,
and is almost as palatable as mi F.gg Punch.
Contains 2 per cent Pure Norwegian Cotl
Liver Oil,
Kmulaiflied with Kggs, and nnd flavored with Brandy. It
is therefore II L POOD ami readily assimilated.
It is indicated in all Pulmonary ami wasting Disease,
Ooldt Md Chronic Coughs, is an excellent general Tonic
and Tissut! builder.
f W 1 will buy bai bottle thftl loe not gin
perfect satisfaction.
Prloe, toe Md SOOi I'er Bottle,
E. JFL. Emmel, PIx. O.
lirttgulti 111 1 Mtkimficiurtr ut
Emmel's Standard Medicinal Preparations.
Mold "i pir C'onl I.fMai tliiui l'ntcnts.
LOnK over tba liit below i' V" need KINK
IKKF1 MERY an.! TOILET ARTICI.EM.
supply your want witb the hicheet grade
goods that are mult. In V!ola Extract
have
PALMERS. LOZELLS,
VIOLA. WRIGHTS, and
- Jenkins Drug Co
Bussia jsissesses the largest
ctanding army on earth, and eat h
year it grows in site. Every year
coii.H iimi conscript join the
Russian forces, which in time of
peace numher 1,000,000 men. On
a war footing this risen to 2,500 ,0fK),
ami calling out of the reserve would
increase it to 0,957,000 well-trained
oldieri. Should the necessity
arise the militia would tie called
out, bringing the czar's force up
to 9,r)00,X)0 men. Russia rules
about onesixth of the earth's sur
face. The Mar! military estab
lishment ami the naval equipment
he finds himself in need of in order
to preserve hi- -Ii.ip of i ipulihri
iiiii in the world's armed te.ice are
very apmlling matters of
fart that cause his fancy to turn to
hrotherly low. Galveston News.
Senslltle Talk.
In a speerh accepting the nomi
nation for representative, at the
Democratic convention in Han An
geo Hon. W. A. Wright among
oilier things said:
"The truth is, gentleman, we
make too much laws. know it is
an unfortunate hahit with many
voting, hnght and ambitious mem
Iters of our various legislatures to
try and pa-s as many through as
possible, liotxl bills, bad bills,
useless hills, any kind of bill, so it
bring its introducer into further
prominence and a step nearer to
further political preferment. With
this method of procedure I have no
patience, and I shall regard it as
much my duty to opoae what I
conceive had legislation and use
less legislation, us to support that
that I believe to be good."
Mr. Wright i right, and if he
can help to hold down the dam
phools who go to the legislature, he
will have served bis people well.
-
Ballingcr Ledger.
Morning Itccepllon.
Mrs. H. C. Ithodes entertained
the ladies of the M.I. C. yesterday
, merniiiL' from ID to 1 o clock in
12 o'clock in
honor of Mrs. John i, Talior of San
i Antonio, who ha- la-en here the
Mrs. Waller Wipprecht winning!
A OBIAT HIT.
Frederic Ilryton and III Com
pany Will Give Two More
Performance.
Forgiven, " as presented at ihv
oiera house last night by wr.
Krederick liryton, supported by
Mr. Edwin Fonberg and an excel
lent company made a great hit.
It is a strong melo-drama and Mr.
Bryton has full scope for his great
ability a a romantic actor. Mr
Konberg is exceedingly original
and clever, and Mr. Francis (Iran
don makeii a splendid villian. The
other parti were presented well,
rounding out the performance in a
most highlv satisfadorv manner
Baby Lottie More was welcome,;
with reeated storms of applaus
on her rendition of negro songs
Bryan and College people were
well represented at the perform
ance, and Mr. Union's annotince
ment that the company will re
main in Bryan for two more per
formaVes was received with most
hearty approval.
Kor matinee this afternoon at
2:.'50 the company will present
The-Ticket-of-Leave Man," at 2.1 1
' ami ;il cents.
Tonight, "The Street of New
York," at regular price.
Trv Tavlor A Cox' let.
DO! Minx
People are rushing thill-.'- to the
front trying to get the last of their
cotton on the market.
Health is good at this writing.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. W
F.. Moore was made happy last Kri-
day morning by the arrival of a
tine girl baby.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. c. F..
liott, a line boy Friday night.
Then- wa a musical entertain
ment Saturday night at Mr. Mi
Michael's. All seemed to enjoy
theniM-lM - wry much.
The Kiund supper at Mr. Will
Skui n - last night was grand. All
the girl- were then- except Miss
Rosa Klliott.
Mi-sex l.arkie Moore and Tillie
Murphy wen ill Edge yesterday.
1'rof. Founds started hi- fiooi
Monday.
The Concord school will start
next Monday.
Peck's Bad Boy.
Try Taylor A Cox's best.
SETTLED THE BORE.
An thrniit termination tu a --
tmii ,a. maiioa.
llmi. Jitst-pli riiamlierlaln, when on
bl tint vi.it to this country several
years ago. wai tukiiig a chop ami
glass ot ale in a Washington restaurnnl
nun uftermsin, itml a man around town
who ia somewhat noted for his forward
nt-aa, not to say bii frushneaa, was din-:
ItiK in Ibe aaiin ristm, ami he rtn okiiIikI
I... L-....I..I. .....i. i.,l.. it.. ...,.il...i
II. .I".. II. .ill. II I.I I -.' I I . ..IK'-.
over to Chatiilerlam's table, and, oiiiM
nninvitMt. tisik llic onis -if .it W ltli
ju the space of five minutes lie was tell-
'"g Chamberlain what a third rate out
fit he consult n-d hngland to Im-. I he
man's talk, in .dies- to aay, wH invert
rank taste. Chniula-rlain adjusted hi
inotiiM-lii firmly ami linked at the ob
trusive chap uiiiiis, dly.
"Now, we'll take Knulitnit in the
matter nf nn at men,
' said t'htimbiT-
lain' UIIIIIMteil talile III. lie. "Where
dis s KiikIiiii'I i ut in in the matter of
gnat men MWBCatJ nnyhowy Kntfloml
ti..- t .1 .,1. (...... I,nt In
was bon.al.,1. no year. ..,' and he'a
a buck liuuil r I'll imt ask you. Mr
Chamberlain, a fair tueatlon, What
rally Kri itt run what noted character,
has KtiKland n-lueitl, say, within the
pant SO years Answer me tliat, sir!"
"Willi pleasure," laid Chamberlain,
is-rmitliiiK hi us In to (all iato his
lati utid lakinir Im hat and cane from
the rack, "(ireat man, me. Noted char-
acter, Jack the Kipper. I bid you good
aflermsiu.'' Washington Post.
"
-tie iir,.nr,.
She had put on her hat and glirre
and win uiovmi: towitrd lite ibiir. when
. . ... i
In- looKeil Ui irotii ma newspaper ami
asked
"U'i,... k v. n iMiim"
"A husband with is seinw nevi '
asks hli wife where she 1. going." Christian, J. I.. Andrews, pastor
"Ball suppose a woman with good I Hervlcei 11 a. in. and 715 p. in. Snn-
st tisehai Ibe right to a.k her busltaiid . faujn s. hool 0:15 a. m.,Clnls-
wh.iehc isgoin, Kndeavo, : p. ... -tiidai. prayer
"A woman with gisil sense never 1
doe, anything-f tic I I, las-aiiatt if ni.s-ittig eiln-nlay night.
.be has gis-sl seiisii iiie never marriea, 0 Free Communion UaptUt A. M.
iho bin im h.iibaml. Ta, tat" Stewart, jtastor: Services every Sun
Ami it never dawned mi her thnt she I ja night In each month, Mindav
bail i ailed hers-If an idiot. Pearson's BC10o p, m,
Wlr St. JoiepirsCathollcClinrcli-Falher
ilia i n.uhir i.,,t. Pelnar, pastor; Mass at K and 10 a. in.
Mr Pitt Sin. n yonr friend Hlinkius Sunday,
married Mia ll mda be baa been lead-
im. nr.. ..i . a....
"a " " " '"
Mr. Penn I'm sorry for him.
"I'm not. "
"Don't yon sympathize with him?"
"Nut at ill. He has nothing to do
but eat, sleep mid amuwi himself. It's
the liftt of a pet pug dog he Irade. "
Pituburg Chronicla Telermphl
BIG
R. B. TEMPLEMAN SON.
CITY DIRECTORY.
tin tirrii'taa.
5layor, C. A. Adam".
Marshall, T. t. Boyett.
It. piity Maishal, K. II. Kmlth.
and Treasurer. II.
Ithode.
City Hex ton, II. II. Jones.
Constable. C I.. Ilaker.
Aldermen l(. fj, Talior, W.
""el, W. W. Ila-ri.. (. II. Wyse,
i no. m. Latwrwoe.
c irsT DtfieOMi
ludire, W. II. Harinan.
Olajk, W. Mt Mn hael.
Attorney, A. 0, lloard.
Tax Collector, J. J. Adam.
Tax Assessor, II. M. Nail.
Mn-riir, T. C. Nonn.
Treasurer, It. W. f 'arr.
DMrM Clerk, J. 0. Williams.
Coi imi-sioner IE t l- ei -. I'etet
Thoma. Felix I'hBBaf, IMI. Arring-
ton
llll'St II li'HM I OHt .
Baptist-V. C. Full -, jiaitor; Hei.
vires every Sunday II a. m. and 7:15
p. m., Sunday &.- II a m ; pray-
er meeting intirsuay nii i.
Metbolit-J. 11. Coohran, pastor:
S.-rvices II a. in. and 7 p. m. Sunday,
Sunday school U 4i a. m ; Kpworth
' layne Suotlay i p. in. , prayer-meet-
, Tuesday night
PrMuvltMi,nj. fj, West, peator.
. . , ,
Servii es inortunii and evening lst,.fril
-
aniMtl, Sunday In each montb; Sunday
...h,l o-iA . aa rav.r.meelinir
school IMo S. Ill
Wednesday night.
10MI Mcrrmns.
Ivanh'ie Commamlery No. H, Knight
Templars Meet 2nd Tuestlay in each
month. A. M. Rhodes, K. 0.J H. O.
BtOllltt Secretary.
W. T. Austin Chapter No. H7, R. A.
VALUES
AT
THE PRIDE
t the Housekeeper is THE HOflB.
Then why not make the Home HOME-LIKE ?
1 trlgli'rnlnK It oii
pnlot !
Im'B III UMt
nor i
BECIN NOW
Bt in ix. votm in UM,
We have Landretl.s HYACINTHS, all 0OLOK8,
DOUBLE or SINGLE; TTJLIPB, all kind.
CKOCI S, Fit KKZI AS, ami KASTKK LILIRB,
.ill nice large Bulbs.
Rvmrtnti ttti pi
SCRIPTION!
BOOKS I
BEN S
M.- Meets tbihl Monday in each
.. . i i it t, , n
tnonill. Jtuill taiHir it. i , .in n
BOM, Sec'y.
Ilrauti Ltalfl No. I '' A. F. A A. M.
- Meet fourth Monday in each month.
R. M. Nail. W. M , C. 0. Can, sec'y.
Iln- UijP No. tl, K.ofl' -Meet
first and third Tuesday in each month
-A. M. Waldrop. C. 0. I. C. De
Maret. K.of It. A S.
Vulraii bslge No. :;7, A. o. I'. W.
Meet second ami fourth Thursday in
each month M. II. James, M. W
Kmtlen. rerohler.
Ilryan No. Ialge IIU.', k.of II. Mert
"rat. ami MH innrauaya in eat i,
i month. A. Kmtlen, dictator, A. J.!
k'l.ttner, rep rter.
Drai n Camp No. KM, VV '. of V
Meet aecond and fourth Friday in eacb
month. W. H. Staart; C. C; Jo B
Iteed, clerk.
Ilryan Tent No. Hi, K. 0. T. M.
HawtbaJ nights Its and third Moo. lav
ach tiiontb. Ham II. Wilson, C I e
B. Heed, It. K.
Ilryan Inlge No. 'si), II Korum
- Meeting night second and fourth
Wednesday eaeh month. I.. A. Sauu
dn, prea't: J'at II. Hred, linanrier.
Ilryan Lodge No. lo'.i, National Aid -
Meeting night first and third Wednes
day In each month. A. W. Ilolman
pres't ; W. S. Stuart, r'y.
I still have on band some of thoa
handsume new boggle which I am ol
(ering at a bargain. J , F. Park. 808
IN
thing ) uti cti t
Kkftl.
thlmr a cab I orrdi
M yonr DRUOS aaa Kat, ,nr RC
1 W. Iiass. m,,t ,,,.,, SCHOOL
READ.
DR. PAUL M. RAYJR,
PHYSICIAN AMI Sl ItliKON,
Bryan, Texas.
Ml e over Jams, lirng Store. Keel
l li. i pliuke 131.
W. B. LAWKMXCK
DENTIST.
Oll'n e Front Itoom-over I'ostoflic
Bryan, Texas.
Charles Edinburgh
RESTAURANT.
.KNNATTI BLOCK, BRYAN.
Hot Lunches served ipiirkly at all
honrs, day and night.
OISTEBS, II Pi in KU It STK4K,
Ham and Kgga, Hot Weiner,
Head Cbeeiie, Hot Coffee,
Caki-e aud all lunrhe.
CALL AND SEE ME.
CHARLES EDINBURQ.
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