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Bryan morning eagle. [volume] (Bryan, Tex.) 1898-1909, October 10, 1900, Image 2

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THEY ARE
HERE!
The Celebrated Krippcndori
Dittman Ladies Shoes.
CLAPP'S MEN'S SHOES...
and prayer ou.fcJ Ly Rv. S.
R. McClung.
Rev. G. A. Foaer. J. M. Zim
merman and W. Vf . Weaver wf re
appointed a committee on old min
idem' relief.
Bostonian $3.50 Men's Shoe,
they are the best lookers and
best wearers of any $.'$.50
shoe on the marke
v.
WEBB BROS.
Homo and lietrolotfy rctd and
adopted. Collection tor orphan
home, f su.25.
Prayer wai offered by Re. J.
M. Zimmerman.
The report on old tninintera' re
R. O'Rear, J. II. Paraona and t "r.ief waa read and adopted, with a
vr ci. ..I.- :...j . ....?
uric iFiiiiu
oiittee on lint place of meetinc
and on poiiitmeiiU to preach the
Introductory and mimdonary er
inond.
The report on aeaociational mio-
iou waa read and adopted, with
remark by ieveral of the dele
gate.
Pledgea for aneocutional ruia-
liona were given aa follow:
H. It. McClun t 1 00
Henry Prairie Church 5
A. Foeter, for Providence
Church 5
Trynn Church 6 00
Urthel Churrh 10 00
Peach Creek Church 6 On
Saint a Beat Church 5 00
Bock Prairie Church 5 00
Cottonwood Church 8 00
Thuuipaon 'a Creek Cliurch .... 6 lO
Reliance Cliurch Id 00
MlnU-r Sprlnga Church 2 M
Kryau Church a) tO
J. C. tientry 3 to
JniiHHhaw 2 50
T. T.iHlwin 2 M)
CliHrl.it IVtem 2 6"
T. K. Shaw J 00
. A. Pouter 0
The report on education, Sun
collection of (5.iC.
Reorl on utate miesiona read
and adopted.
Adjourned one hour for dinner.
At 2 p. m. the aeeociation waa
called to order by the moderator
and prayer waa offered by Dr. A.
M. Simin of Bryan.
The report on home miaaiona
waa read and adopted with pledgee
a follow:
Hryan Church W 00
T. E. Khaw I On
J. M. Zimmerman J'
Iter. 11, A. Fouler 1 0
Charleg I'etera I '
I. M. Cook I 00
V. Hurron t On
S. It. MeCluiiK 1 0u
He v. J.C.Ueutry 1(0
J. V. Slieppard M
J. C, Shaw 60
Report on foreign miMinns re.
oeived and adopted with the follow
ing pledges:
Bryan Church ".0 t
J.M.Kim rnmn 2 H)
Providence Church 2 'j church
Uetli. I Church ZW
Report on nomination rend and
udupted.
Hoard Member Bethel, W. II.
Henry Prairie, J. C. Petty; Mi.,tef
Springs, J. II. McGregor; Provw
dence, T. T. Goodwin; Peach
Creek, V. II. Diaon: Reliance, W.
T. Joi.ee; Sainta' Ret, J. II. Wee
den; Thompson's Creek, Jamea J.
Conway; Tryon. J. II. Sheppard;
Rock Prairie, A. H. Gaudy.
Rev. J. M. Pollock and V. II.
Wiley weie elected delegate to
the Ilaptist Stale convention which
meet in San Antonio November 9.
Dr. A. M. Simma waa aptiointed
a delegate to the Southern Baptixt
convention at New ()rleau in May
1901.
The reports on finance and tein
peranue were received and adopted.
On motion the association re
turned thanks to the member of
Saint's Rest church and the com
inunity for their kindness and
splendid entertainment of the body
during the meeting.
I be treasurer report wa re
ceived and adopted.
After singing, "How Firm a
Foundation," and giving each
other the right hand of fellowship,
prayer was offered by Rev. J. C.
(Sentry and the association ad
journed to meet with Rock Prairie
on Saturday before the
find Sunday in Octofer, 11)01.
day echool, Buckner Orphan Wiley; Cottonwood, T. K. Shaw;
Nice line of lamp, (.limit nnd
chimney m now on Mile at ir. Me
loilal.l. '.M
Mra. Mary Mrtntoh.
Brief mention waa made In tli
Enle yiterday morning of th
iluath of Mm. Mary Mclnt.wli, which
tiM.k pi nee at tier home In this city
at midnight Monday night. She haw
I wen in feeble henlth for Koluo time.
but had apparently rf-IUrJ, and
therefore her death wa a great
I lock to her family and frjeinl.
Mm, Mclutiwh waa formerly Ml
Mary I.. Campte. and waa Iwirn in
Millet county, Mimumri, lu 1HI7, and
was in her Wlh year at the time of
lier J leatli. She came to Texas in
ImKJ with her parent, who settled in
Waco. In 14 the family moved to
Port Sullivan, w here her eduritioii
was completed, and In lttt cain.to
Bryan, where, she haa since rcAilrl
for more than thirty years. Slnl was
married in W.7 to Mr. David Mrlu.
tot.li, now deceased. She leaves two
sinters, Mrs. W. C. Wlloo and Mrs.
J. K. Pico and a uumlx r of other rel.
atlves In this city; a brother In New
York, a sinter In Seattle, Wash., and
another In Akron, Ohio.
Mrs. Mclntiwh as hlnbly e
teemed by a large circle of friend
here and elsewhere In the state and
the members of the family have the
most profound sympathy of all In
their great Iohn. She was a devoted
r-hriHilan lady and a member of the
viirihtlMU church.
Hl'he fuuernl tMik place yesterday
!afteruiMiii with the Interment it old
I ItooncVllIti cemetery. Kev. Jewell
lioword conducted the service.
Mm. Mi'lntofih haves valuable
property Intercuts.
.
( lo to NoruiMHl's and see the hillld-
k t line of ladies' Walking Shoes
cvcrr-liouu lii I'.rvau. 2M
nY roMSKM.V I'ABNKS.
KfllKIITION I'KK-K:
IVr Week, PH-. - - Per Month, Pk-.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10. I'
BRYAN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION.
Threw Iya Meetlnir Held at
Steep Hollow.
The annual meeting of tho Rryan
Baptist association was held with
the Saint's Rent church in the
Steep Hollow community Friday,
Saturday and Sunday last.
The introductory sermon was
preached by Rev. R. S. McCIuni,'
Friday miirnin-'. After thescrtimn
dinner was spread.
In the afternoon the meeting
was again called to nr.h r by mod
erator J. M. Ziiwnerinan who
n.,l the. liftv tiret P-iilm. Prayer
was oir. red by 1). S. Lloyl.
Credeiitiaf wero cidled for and
read by P. L. llarron and I. M.
Cook.
The election of olllcern resulted
In the re-election of all as follows:
J. M. Zimmerman, n,o terator; T.
T. Goodwin, clerk; A. W. Shealey,
treasurer; Rev. J. M. Bullock, cor
refponding secretary.
Petitionary letters were called
for. Rock prairie church respond
ed and was duly received into
hiemliersliip of the association.
Upon petition the Rocky Bridge
church was disiiiicced to unite
with uuothcr association.
The following committees were
announced by the moderator.
On Divine Services. The pastor
Sh.iw, I. M. Cook.
On Homo MUmoiu Rev. S. R
McClung, R. Oreur, (ln. Dixon.
Acsociationul Matters Rv. S.
C. Martin, I. M. Cook, P. I.. Bar
run. On Education Billy Blanton.
Charles Peters, A. W. Shealey.
On Sunday School K. F. Jones,
J. W. Sheppard, S. II. Bnckman.
On Orphan Home George Orr,
S. I. I,ee, A. J. Tabor.
On Foreign Missions S. II.
Brockman, J. M. Bullock, W. H.
Wiley.
On Necrology J. M. Zimmer
man, Rev. Martin, L L. Goodwin.
Rev. Gentry id Waco was scaled
in the n.-sociation.
The business meeting then stood
adjourned until Monday morning
with a benediction bv R-v. (!c:
try"
Moderator J. M. Zimmerman
preached Saturday night from
John 2:11.
At 10 o'clock Sunday morning
Rev. Gentry delivered an address
on Sunday school work, and at 11
o'clock he preached an able mis
sionary sermon, following which a
collection was taken up for Mute
mifsion work.
At 1 o'clock a magnificent din
ner was spread on the grounds
and enjoyed by an immense crowd
from all parts of Rraiosand neigh
boring counties, with a large at
tendance from Bryan. There was
an uhundance of good things to ent,
with collet) and ice water.
Rev. (J. A. Foster of "Providence
preached Sunday afternoon ut o
o clock.
Sunday night Rev. J. C. Gentry
preached from the lltjth Psalm.
Monday morning the iisMicia
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and deacons of Saint' Rest church
and T. M. Turner of Cotton wood. I lion was called to order by tin
On Finance P. L. Barron, J. C. moderator with scripture reading
q .inVgiiin' rf; rK..a.:ai
Gl' I You have been gently R
reminded that cold
weather is corning, i I
0 I drop in and let m B
fTJ; R measure you for a new B
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1 OUR SILVER
1bcat
rmriiif the hot summer months
Prk kly He.it iMommoii; to cure
it thete i: nothing lli.it equals our
PINK
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POWDIiU UAQS
They arc lunJv, e.tily nvd, t
waMe of pi w der, t.ikesoiily .1
second to apply -ir a lux t"
J.iv. Piiee 21 1.1-n! each.
Iprcscriptions
Let us till your doctor's prescrip
tioiis. It's sound hiMiiess policy
to take tliemtothe JniiM who
i;ies the h'M vivice at lowest
pi ices. 1'ies.iipiii'ii Woik iour
svcialty that's why we .lie
constantly haipini; on pievrip
tii ill quality.
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with every pair....
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