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HEaSSEEaESSiSaSBESSESSESn 6 I 3 1 S3 1 CKESM IF II GUARANTEED TO HE THK HF.ST THAT'S MIM.FD. Jus! Received a-Shipment ol f& FRESH ,M A C K I '. RE ! .. R II S S A U 0 1 N K S, CRYSTAL CODFISH, S1IRK1) CODFISIT. MOl.l.ANM AND DO M K S T I C II F. R R I N(I ra m FRESH CAKES AND CRACKERS, g liii cDDanslNi 'Phone 114 as R. Q. TABOR, Agent NEW YORK lift INSURANCE . Of M YORK BRYAN. TEXAS H.AT.O. HCHF.Dl'LK. nohtm nor m train: 4:19 a.m. 2 M p. in. 12: 'JT. .iti. (Waco) lo:4l it. 111, HolTIi llol'Ml IHAINh; 2 l.'iMIp.m. 4 4:Ot p.m. e sr::m.in. 8 (Waco) ::w p in. No. No. No. No. No. No. No, No. I. A (I. N. HCHKDUI.K. - HOI Til llul'Ml THAIV. No. 1 arrive at 4:15 p. 111, No. 7 arrive at :':XIa. m. .north hi m thainh. No. 2 arrive at 12:0.1 p. in. No. 8 arrives at 11:52 p. in. Local fetus Mis Bessie Marriott I ipilte nick. J. H. Thomas was In town yester day. J. I'. (Jllpin wm here from Kurtni yesterday. I'aul Klrkpatrick of Houston wm Id town yesterday. T. II. Ooodman of Harvey wan in the city yesterday. V. I). Yardley of Harvey was in the city yesterday. Hetr. W. T. Wood of Harvey wan in the. city yesterday. Tom Searcy ha beeir on the. h'k lint tlie pant few ilay. (luy Harris was in from Harris school house Saturday. Mrs. W. S. Stuart and little daugh t arc visiting in Franklin. J. Herudoii (Inms of Hempstead waa a visitor here yesterday. James I'onard. Jr. gave 'he Eagle a call while In t tie city Friday. J. A. Mapp hnd (Icorga Seale were hers fnwn Muinford yesterday. Judge W. tl. Taliaferro left yeter day to spend Sunday in Calvert. Mm. F.. V. Withers left yesterday o visit at Hubbard City and Dallas. For Kent Six room residence good water. Apply to J. W. Itatts. 257 MIm May Salvant ha returned to New Orb rns after a visit to Misses Kttle. Mrs. Walter Hlggs will r turn from a v Uit to relatives at I'orslcana today. Deputy Slierilf John McKlnney was here rrom drum s county yes terday. V. S. MiClung, of Harvey, re turned yesterday from Call. Newton county. I'rof. Keith was in town Saturday. I'rof. Keith opens choo t Itethel Monday. J- T. Itoltoii of KtilM-rtson county was here yestc rdey marketing sweet potatoes. Jaa. Wilson Jr., and daughter, MUs Isa Wilson of Edge mere In the city yesterday. Mrs. J. W. Doremus and MUs Oella Doremus left last night to visit In Houston. Dr. Claud Searcy of Madison county is here and will leave for (Salveiitcn Wednesday. J. A. D. ItnbiiiRon was 111 the city yesterday. Mr. Iiobinson has le-en uti ill for the pat month. Miss Ituby Ashford returned to Courtney yesterday after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashford. Mrs. H. M. (Sarwood of Houston came upon yesterday to attend the funeral of Jude Spencer Ford. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. llansoui of Houston are here visiting the Ut ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V M. (Irice. Dr. O. S. Tuuiliu of Hrenham will preac'n at Hie Baptist church this inoniiii at II o'clock and tonight. All are invited. If you are holdin COTTON it should Im insured. This class of business accepted anywhere In town or country. Adams. I'lloll" Jlw. Ueo. ,. (L' Vi wf.l The F.attle i reijuested toailllouiice the caudidiicy of Mrs. I.ucy Kim; (or the Norwood contei.t huny. She will appreciate the Votes of her friends and the pntilic. 0 0 0 O 0 o 0 0 o SGH00L lUpens Monday September 14- 0 0 0 0 0 Have you everything that you want? If not we have just received a large line lunch baskets, book satchels, pencil tablets. A FULL LINE OF SHOOL SUPPLIES. Send the children down and let us put up their list for them. : : : : E. J. Jenkins most 29. 0 & Q Q Ilanans High Grade Shoes In the newest fall styles and combinations have just been received by us. We arc showing some very handsome styles in this celebrated shoe both in lace and button, made of patent vici, patent colt and vici kid, all sizes and makes. ( $5 and 6 Hanan shoes have been known and recognized for over a quarter of a century as the height of shoe perfection. rarfo CSL Watdrop Men's Oulflllert 1'arents. look to your inten t t. Huy Hunker Hill school shots at Nor wood's. 256 W. H. McVey of the Mlnter Springs community wa In the city yesterday and attended the meeting of the Farmers' Institute. Wanted A good cook. Will pay fifteen dollars a wu.nth to right party J. Allen Myers. 2.'.2 JetT Steele and Frit Veager. Mllli can's enthusiastic diversiilcatlouista, were here taking in the Farimrs ' Institute meeting yesterday. Twenty-four pairs Wys' rublwr sole tenuis i. hoes worth 50c, to close for cents, at Norwood's. 256 Mr. aii l Mrs. J. II. White w. re la the city Saturday to meet thtlr daughter, Mrs. Hullock of Waco, who will visit friends and r'atlve. The second shipment of Hunker Hill schixil shoes has Just lx-ell re ceived at Norwood's. '."V Mrs. H. K. White left yest.rday for San Antonio witti Mis Ida Itolaud who will enter the St. Mary's Hall Kpiscopal school tor girls. Another shipment of the American (iirl and Mary Stuart shoes received ut Norwood's. -Vi MI- lirraine Keymdds returned to Franklin yesterday accompanied by Mis Nellie Koh.le. MDa I-or-ralue was called home by the death of her brother's child. U-v. K. I.. Shettlen announces ser vices at the Mthodlt church today, mornipg and evening, ami desires a full attendance of the tnemterthlp especially, as the matter of enter taining the Oreater Texas confer ence, w hich meets here December 2. will b taken up after the morning service. The F.aglo learns with regret of the death of Mr. Felix Richardson who lived with his mother in the Tabor t-ommuuity, on last Thursday. He was burled at Wht ock Friday. He was ill for five months and was 2i years old. He leave a mother, four brothers and two sinters who! have the sympathy of all. In his opening remark! before the Itrazoi County Farmer' Institute at the courthouse yesterday afternoon President Wlilto spoke feelingly of the loss of ltraios county ami the state In the death of Judge Spencer Ford and paid a fitting tribute to his memory which found a sad response In the hearts of all present. (CJO CAL AV and Club Matters t pi lite ( III! let With The Sl.aki the president , Mr. H. A . I'.urger. for it Lume.t kehKlmi in preparation for t he year's work on Wednesday af ternoon. The tliht regular meeting Will he held with M rs. Iturger oil in it Thuroday afternoon, when the htudy of Julius Citar will betaken up. Following are the members: Mesdameit Hurger, Oliver, Haswell, Tilson, Wither, Cemes. I'ryor, K. J. Fountain, W. S. Howell, Dansby, Mlssea Howell, Coulter, Mamie Sims, Wllsie Taylor. Misse Alice Myers and Lllla (Irahatn Melnuis will leave Wednes day for Dallas to attend a house party given by MUs llonner for the first ten day In October. Miss Nonio Adams, now in Dallas, will also be a fruest of Mis llonner. The meeting of the Hachelor C iris Club announced with Miss Doremus yesterday afternoon was pototied. The Club will be entertained next Wednesday at 3 r. m. by the Presi dent, Mis Cole. The county farmer institute held a meeting Saturday alternoon at the courthouse, with an attendance of about 3i member and visitor. The great desire of the member to attend the funeral of the lamented Judge Spencer Ford, which occurred at 3 o'clock, caused a short session of the body, adjournment being had at 3 o'clock. Stanley II. Watson, Industrial agent of the II. A'l. C. railway, came up from Houston to talk to the meeting, and delivered an address on Canning factories and truck growing. Messrs. Swancate, Steele and Yeager made talks, which will be reported at greater length in another Issue or the F.aple. The next meeting will be held at Well born. Friday, Oct. 2, beglnniug at II a. m. The election of officer was postponed until the October meeting. Mr. C. E. Drake of the City Shav ing Parlor left last night for Camer on, w here at 4 o'clock thi afternoon he will wed Mis l.ula Williams at the home of the bride's mother, Mr. I'aul Keith. Mr. Drake I a sou of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Drake of Dublin, Texas, and during- a resi dence of several months In Bryan has by his quiet and gentlemanly bearing made numerous friends. He will visit Dubllu with his bride be fore returning to Bryan. Mr. Mark Wilcox and Miss Abbie Wilcox were visitors to ths city ye. terday. I nele Mark brought with him and exhibited at the Farmers' Institute meeting four varieties of corn, raised on his farm this year Hie best was the native corn, next the JetT WelilM.rn corn from the Indian Territory, third the Missouri corn and last the Nebraska corn. Satn H. Dixon passed through the city yesterday northbound. He is now hustling for the Texas World's Fair commission, but he has his ere on Bratos county, and wants to come back here a soon as he ha time aud help us along with the development of the fruit industry, commercial or chard and canning proportion. Uev, J. A. Freeman reUeitS the Fale to state that he has called in his appointment at Wlxon church Sumlay, tM. 4, on account of the ineeiiii oi me uryaii Maptlst ao. elation at Reliance on that date. In order that alt may have a chance to attend the meeting of the asoclattou. Notice-After Oct. I, I will posi tively not let out bundles without the cash. I have to pay the cash to get this work done, and so must you. Take warning and do not ask for credit for jou w ill be refused. Bry an Steam I.aoudrv. 25. Larry Steven left night for hi old home at Hunston. Mo., after sev eral years' residence. In Bryan dur- whlch time he made many friend. Born to Mr. and Mr. Kmniett Khode, yesterday iiiornlmr. a son. Cotloa Receipts. The cotton receipt of the local yard and warehouses to date this season are as follows: Lawrence Warehouse J707 Brick Warehouse tlH Stover's Cotton Yard 751 Total Tjm& Bound Bales The ('haling Dish Club met Fri day afternoon wit.'i the president, Mrs. C A. Adams, and effected re organization with sixteen members, Mr. F. Marlon Law being elected president. The club has determined to omit the culinary feature at least " I'MiiiM warm weather continue ai.d will play flinch at the meetings, hut no prit m will be uiven. llikteud, it badge will be worn by each victor until another by greater prowess wrest cuve'teil tTophr. Meet- Ill.'iWill be held every two Weeks nliern tteiy with til- liii inlii r. be iriiining with Mrs. IM Hall, Frld.ty afternoon, ct. si Following an- the members: Mc.d.miet Hail, Law, I'ryor, Ootdmi, Mclunis, A. M . Waldrop, C. A. Ad. nut. J.t. II. Webb, ll.lt. i:ii..li a, V, rUiti. .Win, llanway. Webb ei. It. O.Allen. M. II. Janiei, Walt. r Wlpj tecbt. ' "" HAVE YOU GIVEN J Jno. M. LAWRENCE I) f 1C & CO. AN O R D E K FOR THIS MONTH D It Not AT AIM H? TmrE TEE Premier Canned Good have no equal Suddcr6 Maple Syrup--the best Mrs. Kidd s Pin-Money Pickles arc gaining favor every day. Our line of Pickles, Cereals and Fancy Goods of all kinds is complete in every way. JNO. H. LAWRENCE c mapjuw Telephone 78 PTTJ i" " " SUCCESS it one or the great pleasure of life! It follow then that we and our customers are especially well pleased We put forth our lct efforts to buy the most tasteful lines of Furniture that can !c gotten for the price. Daily we a i e receiving- new goods and shall be pleaftl tovhow'them to you. I I nr. i fitiM n te pmt t mm foe.-etit eownl mm nensi ttnnt t Cas, iiieist I . . I Vvf I receiv.nc new I LtJf BKOTitERS I I Cft JCl pt.aifil tshow them II VI ' y m A icivM S IvSfr Bros, t 0", Ve have a few Ice FTTif Ik" jR-Vi ysy Chests, Kcfrigera- f-en; S3 I Ifei 1 V VrvP k torv V000' m VhUn vve are "of". ( J " ' " " ir ,ei: 'Btclus!cost TAYLOR'S... riac is wheie you get polite and uptouate treatment; also distributor or the celebrated GEISHA RYE WHISKY Luther Tavlor, Proo. BRTAN", TEXAS !- Hi S BEGINING Pprpr-N toneedJPICL) As the season m ances you will need more feedstuff. 1 he place to luiv them iliCHp and secure promt attention to )our orders i' HENRY HKOfiDON'S. We carry Hi wr LARGEST STOCK and can make the lowest pi ices. We handle corn, oats, all kinds of hay and cotton iced products everything in the feed I nc. Turnip seed n hulk. HENRY & BROGDON Telephona sj to