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he V Fresh Bolted Meal, Swift's Premium Hams, Swift's Winchester Hams, Swift's Premium Breakfast Bacon, Fresh Jersey Butter, Cream Cheese on Ice at ZUBER & McDOUGALD'S. f THE REUNION. A ;ri4iiI Nuct'CMH 'I lie Lurifft Crowd for Veara Score of Itryun People. A ItriiiarUat-le ftlval. Iiev. S. C. tU -Clung called at the ' Eagle olli'ft: yesterday and talked ! to tin.' -tlif r about the meeting' that cIohwiV la.-1 Sunday at Peach j ( Scial ti The F.airla. Madisotiville, via Huntsville, Aug. 8. Hryan people are coming to thu reunion by scores and by tomorrow night it irt expected that fy ono hundred and fifty will be on the ground. Campers are com ing from all over this and cur rounding counties, and it i an as sured fad that tin.' largest crowd for years will he on hand. The ham buttle and the game of base ball between Jewett and Madison 1 ill is on for Wednesday, and will ml closw reek. l The Ksgie Ia.it week pub- lii-hed an account of the Fifth Sun- day meeting there, and has since hod a partial account from our tireen's Prairie correspondent of the revival meeting that followed, mentioning thu conversion of, an old lidy, 7" yetrs old. JteV. M( Clung and Uev. (i. A. Foster bi-hS-i.-.I Kev. S. C. Martin iti thin revival. ! The meeting resulted in 12 ad. ditioiis to the church 1!) by bap tism, and the others by letter and reclamation. Mr. MeClung says it wax tin' licst meeting he ever at tended. The extreme of life, and the alllicted tut t in glorious experi- I All FSI A II II 11 ti m n m t .r ence of the Bruce of (iod. Mri. wind up with a concert that night.j . , , lllt.I1,i,in,a. 7;, II. AT. C. Time Curd, Hryan rorthboond Sol. l2.Hpm southbound So 2 4.03 p m Northbound So 3.: 7 m Southbound So 4 1:4 m I. A ".. N, Time Tubl, llrue WEIT "CIID4 I 5 A- l..rM. 104 a m. ffthZi:..: 9a.m. . bast aucsu. . i leav-a 3:53 a. w 1. 4 barra 4 at p.m. Lvrwaia Htaasa aid ..s autom.i. : V 9, l.arr. Hro S-10 p.m. .'t. 10, arrivas at Unarm . . .ll:V a. 111 iL & T. J. Time Table II write HoarH oc mil a 1 irrivsl -' -" P- m i. 3 arnvea .M a. u Camp J. B. Koheitaon met ye-lenlay aim ftimiorivi m- uBmnri ... ( the niwl t Comrade . I'. Mi Kor with j fund in the treurjr. Fresh cold beer an 1 lunch. Woolen Walla la water a wtynon hau l at V. O. Muck's licit door to r-annders A Johnson's, 'ill' K. It. ltya!l of Collect Station, can ava run nmney on Irnit and ornament tree. l'esd his al in tint paper, iW Marriage licenvi; Arcliia White to Tenme l'ai, L. C. Ilrorkmaa to May V. K ')l, Henry Shampira to Mary Send one hundred copies of The Daily Eagle of Augiii-t '.'th. I'aluier. Itryan ha a delegation of buti neM hus-tlern at the Madixonville reunion who can be depended upon to present the aiiperior advantages offered by I'.rjan an a trading point in a way to make them perfectly plain to all. Below we give a liat of thoe representing Bryan' tirma in attendance on the reunion po far aa we were able to learn venter The modern groccrv store has reached that stage in its 1 mcnt that mates it the dipi-ni-ary of an innumerable var highly palatable and wholesome dishes ready for the table. thus relieving vmi of much of the heat of the kitchen and of hastily or improperly prepared food. Wc cordially invite your atten tion to our selection of these articles, and believe we. can great ly aid you with vour "menu" and save V'hi trouble and money. Just received a complete assortment of the DWINNEIili-UURlGHT f Celebrated Roated Coffee. IMMMUMMIMIWIIIMM White House Brand 2 lb cans ... 80c f X Royal Java and Mocha 3 lbs ... . $1.00 Java Blend 4 lbs 51.00 Special 7 lbs $1.00 llell. K.i, I, ram Wl! to Annie Smothera. Work ia prntrraaiBK rapidly on tb.ly. If y names have Uen left f.Mindaii.m of th new f.-rty-tlve room .out we will gladly publinh them doiiiit ry tiuildiii at Colleite under the direction of Mr. 1. Mahoney, the eon-trict-r. LOCAL NUWS. when called to our nttntion: Jno M Lawrence for Jno M Lawrence 11., ,1 V...,.-,.,l nn. I U'lll! Chaa. Elmhunt i reaUurant in the fl,r Norwood, Floy Dam.bv ennaU block i. now o,.. d.j r and L j ke t , itat) (; Zube'i DlKht. Iu:ai meaU ii.centa. Mioit ' ,d. ,h.mhe..t.llhour,. s-pl ! and Lawrence Mendola for uber ... ... . , , ,. , A M. -DnugalJ, M II Juiiiea for Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mewarti.f l.al-l " ve.t..... are vi.ilinc Mr.. Steaart'a J-mies A' McD.iUgald, A Bucli. parents, Ir. and Mra. W. II. Willson. j atiau and llami P.uchanan for havinu just lelurned trmn their Lrida; IUichanan llfos., W E Wren for tour in the Untish Mes. j j.., tt t J Cox f..r Taylor & For ai-ii lent and life Insurame either (Ii V , i;,.ed fir Ueed'a Dot- in lodges ..i etrsiKhllile c-o.npaniea M-e Work-, Tom Searcy f .r John c,Tl,"! '""'" ( j It Mike, J B Priddy for ( S Par- , . ., ,. i ker, J L Edge for Edge Pros V The i:'!e and the Madi-onville Me., " l sr. presented at the reunion by K Johnston for fan-leM .rM.Jc to. II. I.. B'ili was here from ll. nchley ! j A 'H!mer and Clarence IVars-m, V II Cole, Edgar I'ovey and Tom ytrday. ' h.i are bioWlng after the distril'iition . (Jnstavus f.ir Colo Pros., Sam 11 Drink Mount Vernon Pure Uy,att' f ,.,,,,., of our special e.lition n tne Wilson for WiUon-Jelikilis Drug Vv,K)aitl..naalKin. I grounds. N ;ujinHt)1 for -ryler Has Mra. M. l'rwlor it vi.itiuj at, (.,Biml..,oner Arrinuton told the re. ,. ....,. f (;illnl,r,. A,k. MH.rter la-t nittht that the new pi!e ' u- -e .. , i i:-1 i ii .1 ... ,,i in J ' v ouner hi I uiiiici, n i r tun ... i i. ..n! tit Msilin ilnver inn. 1m lor tin' county was pui to r I . j um' ii i riiiai ....- - - r. .. .. , . , 1 . . . i i i-:..t . ... lor ! Tin is it i,oi S i Hull sun I miner 1 , .. . . . ...!. . l.,iiv wota on Ilie I'lunn ninm ii.u , -i " ipiy 10 mo III ireii:ni 'letioi. l ... ... . .... i ... i I ii.iiti tii-ti ..i1 1 k.; NU.ov.ael.e.efrom NavaN the MeCrea nrMe roai yes.emuy ,r vvet.u nr-s., j v jomiso., ana o.j-. K y j ,.p lai.. liPii .....i t..l 1. at n. in. .r i1nia tliF WOr K i a a l . t iJ . .... I ..... i. 1 . . . ta yvitMfltty. ' --rw - j i.. , .n:iu.n r-iiuiuirisa tjiiiiunuu Mr. T. II. Martin waa in town ve-ter- i Uke a charuu : j y ..llks f,,r parks. John K l:iv- day from llan-ey. NOTICI.. ; is for t armers Cotton lard, Joe All k.nds of tine mi'.l.nery very d.e.p j iUtl (U Wren and W J Traweek for Hryan at Mr.. C. M. IToct-rs. l"-!if 1 HI1", , .,.l lri. se.v.r,. of tlu.se h.. I Prick Warehouse, Harry Dilla- Mra. J. A. Koreinau and li t.e s.in " ' 1!lve ( thrir bil.a ill he cut oil shaw and John V Ctirrie for Mi h Acies," at K.mmel'a. -1 Parka went to Calvert yesterday. h.T.Tooke went to Franklin yesti-r. day. J. V.. Butler ent to Marlin yesterday. Master lie-ue I'rand m ts viaitiu in Austin Uev. II. Y.. ll.,ers went t Hearne eterdy. ycitrs old, and was baptised by the aged minister, Uev. S. C. Martin, hinself 71. Little Miss Arnold, 11 year old, was converted and pray ed in public, and gave evidence of a very briiiht conversion. A deaf and dum man waa among the con vert. The meeting 0ned with cold feeling, but us it progressed eople Iiecame alive to the work of the Spirit, and reeerve waa thrown aside, and eople talked "almost as with unknown tongues." Mr. McClung thinks that Uev. S. C. Martin is a man wonderfully bless ed with isiwer for the work of bringing people to Salvation, and says his work on this occasion was marvelous. On Sunday there was bapti-m and preaching at the water side, and a glorious dinner was serves! A cplei; lid collection was alto taken up here, and the meeting rioted with a feast of rejoicing anJ hand rhaking. Ilev. S It. McClung announces a tueetinJJ at his church, Thompson Crck, to begin Saturday of this week, which it n his purpose to protract through next week. He extends a cordial invitation to all to attend, and hopes if it he in ac cordance with the will of (5od, for another grand meeting. Wc know no stimulants more potent than a good cup of coffee in reliev ing the physical and mental depression consequent up on the heat of summer. A trial of these goods will convince you of their merit. Wc have also in stock a fresh lot of Premium Hams and Breakfast Bacon, lohiison Hotter, and Collc'c Creamer Hut' most approved brands of Tea as can be a VjjrTrv our Premier sliced peaches for c JNO. m. m -yon ICC, A HC I! 1 l I X B 1 h A t WUhewHicharl in Last of -( ,.- ! ' 1 w; nlnir. and V i wet C w- . . & Company an(1 me i. a 5M THH ILLUSTRATOR AN-11 .on NARRATOR Of Facts Mulen Wuiitcd. I desire to rent four or live go mules for four or five months. At' visiting at Conroe. Mrs. M. M. Miller of Clehurne, is vis. ,id on or before Ainrnt b, as fur itmit her father, Joe K1U. ther indulisence caun.-t be allowed by der of the II. T. the company, Hi vmi Wavr. Ice, l.litiil A roer no. . Claim Agent Crow ('. waa here yesterday. j For hale (lood lu.tse, btuvy and' saddle. Apply to Jap 1'iater. '-.'' 1. T. llollomsn will run the John It. If cotton van! this reason. ) l 4and Mrs. Punnet Uohdeaie here (mJj leiirne visitim relatives. Camp J. 11. K ils rlsoii will estalih-h a biiryini; tfroiin 1 lor ind. cent dead at n' lloouville. Mi. Hart'i and bahe left (or their home in l!i hii tihlay noon, after adays Visi. to Alii.'. M' tietli and family. Nil -anota Pxiiiniiier. ,tliout further no: i.-e unless ssid hills tr((t p)fiH (t ( ().,. ir jjij fof j. j Ford, J T llollouiHii for Hollouian Cotton Yard, John Darwin for Darwin's Cotton Yard, .1 A Myers for Myer, V L Turner for the Pilot, Clarence Pearson for the Kagle. A B O u T A handsomely i- 20 pages, engrav.4;"1 i . n R. jri tources of, an.f WJ farming, an y.ii Katt, Scuthjlies -"y during MarT. ;r'l-f i:ciirsloii to (ialvt'ston nml II uiston. For special tr;iiu p:i-ing Hryan CiiJil a. in. Atigii-l 1'., the II. V T. C. will sell round trip ticket to! . . I !) I I .in .1 , .ii & I T.'l i.aive-to,, nl ' , farmer, giMid to leave l.alvi ttmi on trains 7;:',0 p. in. Augu-l M, and 7 a. m. August 1 1. goo.J 1 1 leave Houston ,i nvul.ir trains up to and includ ing '.I a. in. train August 1 1. V, S, Wil.inN, Agent. U J. TT-sTrrj- A DON'T WORRY K'-l Your life avv.iv lighting msft;nitos. Iluv .i bo'.'.lc of Blair's IVlosquito Lotion, and peace and happiness is yours. I'ncc i-jc a bottle. j I I'lirioers' (r;aiil.ntloii. Huntsville, Tex., Aug The and merchants of this county came together yesterday ami organized thu Walker county fruit and vegetable shippers' asso ciation. Much intcn-t was mani fested and addresses were inado hy Mr. Sells and Mr. C'larridgc, edi- ! tor of tin; Intel nation and (ire.it I Northern publications. ,) llii-tTS I j were elected as follows: Presi ! dent, T. W. ('.ipliint. vice proi- dent, F. II. Foster; secretary and treasurer, John C. Williams. Tho association propiises to enter large ly into the shipment of fruits and vegetables next season. Fito.M iii:miili:y. A protracted meeting conducted hero tho past week or more dosed Sunday night. Thero were a num ber of accessions to the church, nine by baptism. Six were baptized Sunday afternoon nml threo Mon-J Train mil I I- I.tilmr !tlTnl. Citi7rti Ciinvgo FiiinciH Train t.v.il bis mnnagrr ai mhui to stai t their "hilor fcstiviil," which for novel.v nml iiigi iuiity will Minl" I " a nucei.sv. Tin? j lun in for Mr. Tim in to tpt three tiiuca in inch i niu-i , -.Miinal district, the tovviiH oll'i-iing the best ground! nd the hugict novvds getting the chow. Adiiiition to all will be 1 cent. Lunch will be 1 cent nnd lemniuule 1 cent. Train's gK,i club will swciiiti the perform nnec. Train's booKlcIa will aril for 1 cent. It is believed that crowds will number fiotu Il.OdO to o.iMllt daily, which lni-uim fnuii ff'M lo S-"". No liomlling commit- tci incii or Hvvclhil liends will In pi Tinittnl to throw wet blankets on the lire. The manager nays: "If nothing i.i.i'iTiipts my plans no ibill::!- tlT; v-cetit twenty fivM czW rprra lioui;p crowd on carlli will compete with us. Our n cciiits otij;Lt to istirpi ise tin both." Hard Mors. Kproglca l used to thint iny r.cc was my fortune, but I've got over that idea. Ping! What haa changid your mind? Spi-oglcs-I wan on one of those juiii K when the bribing tvus done but the fellow a with money did not approach me, because, us I have just Icarm d. they thought I T W ill b Lf" cents iiHumi)T Xone yemit pie Cor tUi g ,ast""l'ai'f 4rd charge ii jirniW" l"'r 1 J ;lrs old and ) ' j. Is1" J freouent 1' 0-33333333333,,; nA v U W f -.parate. Ka Tf icyi u th' (1 J I I o ' i f 'A l U' - y rrv i I 1 I .' If . X r HMIfMNNMMHM) t E? O IX Ilka fllV "V h agent for Austin Nursery, Fmey. l will bo glad to rd9 for f Fruit and flrmenP LAND SHB a. -U ,Hrl.i At lotWi.rif J, ry.-f jiears, the be fs- the cheapest, id f K , 1 1; J day." ! luid loo luieiest a face. Vlred Ilemietl.t w ho httl v . i NoU. His Part. u inichtv honest i um iiir ue in ii ml I ii I A ta t I II 11 I' ' 1 ! V W HVi Vi V.-.- . r-a I PL." ! KllUlllt "'. .., ... i.