Newspaper Page Text
L or cold moats f ..'Juts. ifast Syrup, put up V gallon cans. fnr prMm I ws 30RN'S Seal Brand blend and Leylon equal. p4 i DAHSBY, in. 1 ? E v. THE CO A T LBSS MAN ,. s..... UL .. luilHa.niT I :i' p. in. 2:17 a. m. Judge 'Uv- Oreenwond nnd wi aiiJ M LMoCMUn of lIillnlH.ro , are lure for the reunion and guets Rt the home of Judgn and Mr. John ' l:lp. ia.;v ij,(i.ji. o 8.il.! ... m. "r,l,"r ' tn ''" I"r "'n Hood', tril i .r.inrilni. l!ri Tiili' mifllotl. -' U"-n. n I hupt. L. A. PalTan of the northern division of the 11. & T. C. railr.ad arrived from Enni yesterday to at- tend Hood's brigade runlou. lie In accompanied !y hi rfaurliNr. Ml- 1 Katie DnfTaii, the popular iponor of j theTexu IlvUlut, l ulled Co it fed ; r ; ti autlon. X. KCHKDl'L". hbouad l'u'n- 4:11 p, m. nwnwtloa wHH niU Una K. f Dii ciul ...J tL utiibouud f'aftftu 2ves. v7:idp. m ytSHHB, rl'i Sun An- Hail ni. -lVI' i'aaetier from Antonio Arrive t;Oop. in IHHIIIIHIMIIHIWM I L'obal Jfctus '' '. I t' Anatitl 1. In ,:: wi).ir st tT Bros. - Ly of Navanota wai In th rate Veterans, j The colored normal and school of methods opened h-re yetterdy wilh , an enrollment of 42, which will pr! i ably be increased to sixty or more,' 1j. A. Xah Is conductor and the' faculty is composed of 11. T. Hnyiies, I'. Iji.alry aud A. Whit-. County I load Superintendent Will Mlllican was lu the city yesterday. Work on the public road hat been discontinued for a time on account of the dry weather. The roada are qioi me urj weamer. ii IOrlyall in flue shape. his popularized the Curtattach ed Shirt. Some new additions in CufTattachfd Shirts from the famous Manhattan Mills, including the New Linen etTect; in Plated and' Plain Bosoms nuke our line t-f Negligee Shirts the handsomest and most conv plcte we have ever shown. Prices from $1.00 to $3.00. ParOr CSL Waldrcp, Men' Outfitters. ! itrrday. for Rent. Apply to Mr, t.. M. NCaTltt left yrtterday '..'rille, Tenn. llht globet 'JSo each at 177 A. Woolf of Dallna Is the rs. Je UrogdiKkl. ie baby and buy it a pair Jit Coulter's. dw Mrs..Tho. W.Stewart ar- i I altee-n yewterday. .rildered tandker- yftuford nd rhlldren of ilsrl vikilln; Mr. and Mrs. J. he Amfitrtable, cool and , ah, and get a linen suit at Coul- dwr ffvival meeting cn- rt of the city jllfht. the teiit beef, sultry In 17 WilllM and Houston are I.. It. Kern. 'pperstory of build- y my grcery tir. . Allphln. 1W key and wife of AuHtLn vl.ltlnjc relatlre. Mr. iolds a rmponsible position lce. i i 7 A J id I V. W. Stephens has arrived from 1'alfttine to take the position of cashier at the 1 C)., N. depot. Mr. Stevens will move his family to Hryan a aooit a lie can avcure a house. The Caldwell and llryan econJ teams played a fine game of ball hereyenterday At the end of nine inning, the game was a tie. The tenth Inning wae played and Cald well won by a svore of 12 to u. Mr. II. A. Iirantley of Homervllle, and daughter, Mis Mary Norton Itrantley, one of the IIixhI's llrlade sponsors, are here for the reunion. Miss Lucy Itarry of Xavanota, one of the sponsor of Hood'a brigade, U attending the reunion, and Is a gueit of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mooriuc- I W. Jj. m-rden and daughter, MIks Amorette, of CorKicaua, and Mrs. Salllo Armittroiiir of Dalian are guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. iwden. Mr. Kobt. Ilralinii. Mrs. Walton Smitherand MIks Kolinn of Kunts Tllle left yeaterday after visiting Mrs. Tyler llaswell. Ttrown and blue lim n at Coulters. Nothing like cool, linen pauts this hot weather. (let the good at Coul ter's. dr Mrs. A. T. Ile of Navatota is the guent of Mrs. J. L. llearne. Miss Nannie Macy of Hivarne i the guest of Mr. W. A. Heed- (let the boy a pair of pants that will last ull summer at Coulter's, dw ipiisij sj aan naji ip' pajiLaw h rmi iy w W y-aysajayyay A MNIBl hi 1 - A-f. L Qn. Hoo4't Picture Wanted. Anyone who has a portrait of Gen. J. n. Ifood, who will kindly lend It to ramp J. It. Hober'son for use dur ing the reunion, will confer great favor by doing so. Notify Mis Charlotte Stoddard as early aa con Tenlent this morning. The ramp guarantees to take guod rare of it and return It la good condition. Attention. Co. (., Bryan Light Guards, will meet at armory tonight at 8:30 sharp It Is very important that all mem bers be preetit and all are urged to attend. Oeo. W. Winter, t'apt, We don't work eo many men nor do we have so many rattle In cold storage, hence we can sell you meat cheaper. Try us. li C. It. FHA.M'tfl. J. C. Oltorf arrived from Martin yesterday to Invite the Hood'a brig ade aaxoclatiou to meet la Marlin iixt time. Leave your orders for fine barbe cued meats at the city market. ITS John W. Hicks, Prop. JF.nough rain to settle the dut after a violent sand sojrm yesterday was highly acceptable. FOR HALF.. Refrigerator, So-ll Ice capacity. In use one month. For particular inquire at F.agle olllce. 77 Mrs. Chas. H.Mills arrived from Corsicana yesterday to visit her par ents. Col. and Mrs. M. W. Sims. Mrs. J. Fred S.: Ith of Dallas ar rived In the city yesterday aud Is the guest of Mrs. M. W. Sims. 1. Fountain and Miss y wire married illeg al the home of tiio bride's and Mrs. 1.. V. Corry, a . jt4, and arrived in ifrran TVfietulavf niyrht. Thev are now domiciled ti the beaunful borne of Dr. Fountain in the eastern part of the city. The msrringe was a sur prise to the friends of Dr. Fountain who left on his happy mission with out informing anyone of bit plans. Mist Corry, who visited friends in Bryan, s-veral months ago, is a popular lady of Ilillsboro, and has won the cateeui of ail who aet her here. Dr. Fountain is one of the most pucestful physicians in this section of the state. The Ea le unites with other iriends in extend ing congrstulaions. sms-ktRR. Dr. BartfTtt U. Sim and Miss Alma Priscilla Kerr were rxarried at 6 o'clock Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Kerr, in New Orleans, tter. Byron Holly of the Episcopal church officiating. There were present to witness the happy occasion a Urge number of friends who participated in the reception following the ceremony, and show, ered congratulations upon the happy pair. The bride is a favor ite in social circles in New Or leant. Dr. Sims studied medicine at Tulane und apparently devoted hiin-elf as succffffully to winning a bride as to his profescion. He U now the iKipuiar nuarautine officer I at Sabine l'as. Ten as. where tLev will make their home. Dr. Sims and bride arrived in Bryan yesterday and are the guels of Col. and Mrs. M. W. Sims. Tbe Pi) Ion Sisters. The Pay ton Sirters Comedy com pany ojened a three nights engage ment at the opera houne lat night with a clever production of" Utah." They have a good comptny -on of the best popular priced attrac tions on the road and never fail to draw a good patronage. They have clever singing and dancing and other specialties to fill in the between aots and add interest and variety to tbe performance. The bill tonight will be th comedy success "Flirtation,"and the Hood's brigade veterans will be admitted free of charge. Death of Mrs. E. T. Spell. Mrs. Sallie C. Spell, wife of Mr. E. T. Spell, died Wednesday after noon at 4:.'W o'clock at tbe hme of Mr. Tom Spell in this city. Mrs. Spell was '2d years old and leaves a husband and little son. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Touchstone and was raited in Bryan. She was a member of the Rspt!st church and a devoted wife and mother. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, Dr. W. C. Friley conducting the service, lhe members oi the urn- ily have the sympathy of all. Manager Mike haa reserved special seats for the member of Hood's brig ade who will bo admitted to the per formance at the opera house tonight free of charge. Capt. W. F.. Harry and Miss Mamie Itarry of Navaota are here attend ing the reunion, ttuents of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mooring. The Itryan and Navasota first nines will play ball at the ball grounds this afternoon, (lame called at 4 o'clock. The new Idea In belts at Coulter's. I ' - If you are not satisfied with the tea you arc using ask Jno. F.l. Lawrence & Co. for a sample of their India lilend, you will like it. Try Cook's Flaked rice for the children and the sick folks, you will find it a most nourishing food. We also have a fresh lot of Cream of Wheat, Shrrddcd Wheat, Ralsion's Breakfast Food, ScotJi Oats, Gripe Nuts and Pan Cake Flour. Joo. M. Lawrence k Company. TELEPHONE NO. 78. ' t ' 1 ' EDVT. HALT.. PrMMtont ti. PAKK'ER. Vir-PrwiMi-nt ALfcEJlT W. WILkEkau. Chlr JVo.4070 Tlio CIT1T Of Bryan, solicits your business, be it large or small, promising every courtesy that the account will warrant & accommodations consistent with prudent business methods & conservative banking OmCCTONS J. W. Enclia U. D. Col V. U Zulch C. S. Tartar Edw. HUI E. H. Aatla Albert WWUkarMM SEWARDS CANDIES!! n U L K AND PACKAGES FOR SALE BT W. S. WILSON, JR. aaassssssaaaaasiaaasisiaS)Sa'Sjs)aa!Ms;e)ait s)wefa)tsja)sjsjsjisjatcos)osjiaBosjs)B: NEW OITY. BAKERY FRESH BREAD, CAkES AND PIES always on hand.... PICNICS AND BARBECUtS fsrelah tar aaoaat of BeM4, ste. oatlwcare foor aoort sottoa. tt :: :: Sl. r9oa)oa. door aorcb of H.aw.r'! E. GRIESER, Proprietor. S)BJSjagia)SlS)aiSJSja)sja)MSja'SH I l uwm Will Ml mi LI) Our goods arc our'best advertisement, and you can see for yourself when you visit our store and make q ils. Cheap prices and . not cheap HJuavo built our business. Ileal I uur ooject is your sausiaciion. goods is the foundation upo worth.Rav.es dollars and makr 1 vrrr tt7w'. : i ; aa.: 7 lU " i-1 " " i. . jayrT"-..