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fiFUMES and ,oner Waters; their fragrance is lasting and delightful. WILSON-JENKINS TELEPHONE NUMDER O . II THE DAILY EAGLE. (Entered at the poatofTlce m second Clue mail matter. BY CONNELLY A CABME8. er Week, lOo. ?er Month, 40c. TllTRSDAY, JUNE 2d, 1902. WCDDI.N0 AT WHEELOCK. Mitt Florence Cavitt and Mr. W. T. Goode Married Last Night. The church at Wbeelock, beau tifully decorated in jink and white, with graceful arches and utuons if etmlax, was the scene . .... II: .1 oi a ireiiv weuuuix tasv uixm v itt was the brid.?, Mr. V. F. Goode ,l V y City, Texas, the fortunate groom, and Rev. Aiken of Ilenrne tho officiating minister. Miss Lot. tie Hampton of Fordyce, Ark., was maid of honor and Mr. V. S. McCarthy of Kansas City best mad. The other attendants were Mi.. Ethel Deller and Itta Lizzie Cavitt, sister of the bride, Mr. .Sam Sparks of Belton and Mr. Sam Cavitt, brother of the bride. Mies Kuth Cavitt, filter of the bride, presided at the organ and was assisted by Mies Mitchell on the violin. The wedding march was "Lohengrin" and the recessional "Mendelshon." Messrs. Will Iledrick and Will Hanover were ushers. The bride's dress was of white .nHn on train with veil and nranpn ...... ..... o bloisoms. The maid of honor wore white organdie over white taffeta, and the other bridesmaids pink organdie over pink taffeta. The bridal party was entertain ed at the home of the bride's par ents after the wedding, and Mr. and Mrs. Goode left last night for a tonMV""'"''- Colorado and Cali- ill return to Texas City,r-here they llav Ib offloa th only la. ka of Braio county Ur,d City and formerly lived at Galves ton. He is cat hie r of the First National bank at Bay City, and a young man of fine attainments and exemplary character. BRYAN LIGHT GUARD. Company Q, Second Texas Volunteer Guard Now Organized. The military company organized by Capt. Geo. W. Winter and Lieut. K. E. Walker, held a meet ing Tuesday night and the mem hers were duly Bworn in and eign ed the muster roll. The name of the Bryan Light Guard watt felect ed, and MUs Alice Myers was e lect ed sponsor. The orgrnization has been detsignated Company G, Sec ond Texas, Col. Gordon Boone of Navasota, commanding. Capt. Winter expect to receive uniform?, guns, etc., within ten days, and no lime will be lost in getting ready for the encampment. The buys are in earnifl and feel much en couraged. They are circulating a subscription list to raise funds for fitting up their armory and other incidentals. They are ah-o in need of a flag, which it will he necessary for them to take to the encampment in July. Capt. Winter says the by-laws will forbid any intoxicated mem ber from remaining at meetings of the company or in ranks, and that no member will be allowed to drink intoxicants while in uniform It looks very much like the boys have started in with full determi nation to make a eucceps of the movement, and the Eagle hopes they will be liberal y encouraged COTT0NW09D. Cottonwood Tex, June 23. The health of thia community is very good. The protracted meeting will con linue awhile longer, and we hope it will close with great success. Mr. G. W. Reynolds and wife went to Kurten Saturday. Miss Jessie Wilson is quite ick but we hope to hear of her recov ery soon. Miss Rosa Elliott of Edge visit ed relatives bere last week. R. E. Scott passed through this V iKeed ;nd wife visited here - - ycu ... Low Cut Shoes Cut A Telegraph and Telephone Llnoa Are Blown Down In Indiana. Still Lower .bummer's but Beginning Hot weather will be 'steady company" now for several month. Now is the proper time to wear low cut shoes. We quote "moving prices" on our l.ne mens oxfords etc., until they are entirely closed out EIGHTEEN ARE DEAD. Eighteen Horses la a Funeral Trocet i!b Were Killed Several Pceple Killed at IVndletoa-lIoMses Are Blowa Down. $3.50 oxfords at $2.50 4.00 oxfords at 3.00 5.00 oxfords at 4.00 Wa sr ore- atockml on atapl .hat to Straw Hats anil hava cut the price to oUm thorn out 25c straws now 10c 50c straws now 25c Better grades in staple hhapes similar reductions. Your aie safe in dealing with us your money back if you want it. i fj I HUNTER ...CHATIMI. Zil. In George Willman arrived from Oreenvllle yesterday. FOR SALE. One ft-foot oak show case. Good condition. 173 W. S. Wilson, Jr. Seats are on sale and going fast for Pay ton Sisters engagement opening Thursday night. Ladles Why pay lOo for Lons dale green ticket bleaching, when Coulter sells tt for 8,c. dw Leave your orders for fine barbe cued meats at the city market. 17S John W. Hicks, Prop. Walter Coulter has an ad in this issue that should interest the man that wants to keep cool. dw W. T. Jones and family, of Reli ance, were here yesterday enroute to Kuckholts, Texas, for a vlttlt. FOR HALE.-R. frlgerator, SO-lbs Ice capacity. In use one month. For particular Inquire at liable otllce. 77 Rev. E. L. Kliettles and Trof. R. O. Allen have gone to attend dis trict conference at Dodge. Mrs. ttfetUles U visiting In Houston. Sunders and W. R. Howell attt'UileJvvpubllc inatallatlod of o Tl- I.' ' ' -i y I1" 't. Indianapolis. June 23. ThJ most ter rific storm for many yea re swept over central Indiana about 9 o'clock this central Indiana about o'colck jrester morning;. Telegraph and te'ephone day morning. Telegraph and telephone wires torn down along Ita trail and as noon communication with the storm swept section almot entirely Inter rupted. From Information which had reach ed Indlaoapolts up to nooa it was be lived there bad been heavy lots of life. Tbe storm speut most of Its force twenty or thirty ml lea northeast of Indianapolis, between Greenfield on the south and Anderson on the north. Maxwell, Cleveland and Pendleton suffered most seerely. Telephone message from Greenfield says an awful storm swept over Han cock county, taking In Wilkinson and Pendleton. It blew down house In these towns and from ten to eighteen people are reported killed. Three men In a chain factory at Maxwell are supposed to be killed. In a funeral proce-ilon at Cleveland. Intl.. eighteen horses are reported ; kl!M. I At Maxwell the nraln elevator was I hlowa down aa well as the chain fac j tory. Several people are supposed killed In I'emileton. Nearly every house In Cleveland Is blown down. Th roof waj blown off the Hnllwcg Reee Hultle factory In Greenfield. Since 10: 1.1 this morning no Gas IJ'-tt traction ears have reached or left Indianapolis. At Linden. Ind . the plant of the Greer Wilkinson Lumber company was wreelicil ! Lrl-anon. Ind . reported that an Im mense tree hail been blown across the trnrk of the telephone wires, dentroy Ing for a time all outside communlra tlon. The, Indtanapolls Telegraph and Telephone cumpany suffered severely, the only way Chicago could l;c reached was throiiRli St. Iuls. Conuectlon could l had with Terre Haute and Ixml-tvlllp, but for hours the greater part Indiana was eut off and no cities north or eait could be reached. The greatest damage done to the Independen company's system was reported In Hamilton county. The Union Traction company's of fices in this city received a mesig saying several people are reported killed at McCordsvllle. Ind. i PARSONS BOTTLING WORK C. G. PARSONS, Proprietor, f)a UK VAN, TEXAS. J EiiUrged, Raflttrd sad Kjulpp4 with s NEW AND UP-TO-DATE MACHINERY M'.nufuctuflng PURE WHOLESOME AND HIGH GRADE SODAWATER All nTon, WbolMJ ted Rf UD, Including Ginger Ale, Cherry nnd Celery Phosphate, Pcppo-Phate, Root Uecr, Iron lirew, Seltzer ana Mineral Waters. Crows Cork System, Hutchinson, aad Cork-Slopporad.GooiU ta pint sad quarts. MOTTO t "CtBoat cleanllnaaa aad uniform quality or goods, prompt aad oorracl sarrtoa to ooa and ail." Respectfully aolicit the trade of Bryan and surrounding territory. at MAslai ( coe.--f- Not Alone Dread but Cake and Pastry has sptead the fame of the TEX A"8 Many who ttionirM that only home aiarf lAwliouu, Ck, t'.ioklm, Watvrn, war Bl to at, bare 'hnrj lhlr mlnda ainr Umunt otn Th"f ar found mu' S uiioiior u anUtlng proUuovd by th maieur oook. OTTOBOEHSVir Cheapest Line ! Best Values ! I will sell you enough Wall paper Including border for II. It knocks out the pnmple book man. Tyler nasvcii sua. J HSU- ..L n. u. il m jib iTHf" a . ... .re- . . , wmm ,., -, , , , I..-',, " Indianapolis, June 24. It la ,rported here that a storm eeiual In force to a tornado struck Grei, field, 20 mllea eart of here, doing great damage. Tn peo ple are reported killed at Maxwell, near Greenfield, but this la uncon firmed. Physicians have gone from Grenfleld to Maiwell. rvl I Two Wkta. Galveston. Tex.. June 25. Michael Commlaa. an aged Greek who waa In Jured by a Oulf, Colorado and Santa Fe train while walking on tbo track near Alvln. died Tncsdsy at the gesly hospital In this city. Ho served In tho Texas army In the war with Mexico, and aUo later with Admlial Faragut At the time of his death the deceased was drawing a pension from the fed eral government, and had Just rex-elved notice of an Increase. So far as known he was destitute and had no relative. The remalLs were taken charge of bv a Greek fraternal order of thle cltj and will hejntorred under their aus- 0 A REMINDER Having purchased the grocery business of J. O. Kernole, I desire to invite the pationage of the public. I will keep constantly on hand a firit-class stock of fresh, staple and fancy groceries, and make prices as low as any house in Bryan. Prompt free delivery. Phone n. : Respectfully, S. H. ALLPHIN. MRinn ori drothers BRYAN, TEXAS. 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