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THE CITY NATIONAL BANK Of Brraa, Teia. m uli le tb Cojratte ef Ua Carreaey m ike efcee el bie MAf M. 1 RESOURCES ' LIABILITIES Loans and DlscounU.... 1168,663 33 Capital Stock aoO.OOo 00 V. 8. Bonds and Prem'a. M.OO0 00 Sarplua and Proflta (net) Sa.704 03 Real Estate, Furniture ,,,,.,. and Fixtures. i:."C W Circulation o0,uo0 00 CASH 149158 43 DEPOSITS . . , . . 250,688 33 $383,593 26 $383,593 26 I, Albert W. Wllke reon, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement Is true to the bet of my knowledge and belief. ALBEHT W. WILKKItSOX, Cwhler. Sworn to and subscribed before roe this the 2Uth day of May, 1005. CORUFCT-Atteet: Ei H. Deiwics, Kd. If all. Notary Public, Hraioe Co., Texas. (I. H. Parker. J. W. KnKllah, Directors. TIME TO PUT M rJ VnilP ivfSISfei I awn Hi lLVvC? J IN ORDER! Keen Kllpper Lawn Mowers, ball bearing White Cloud Lawn Mowers Diamond Edge Lawn Mowers Garden Hoe .1, 4, 6, 8 and 7 ply GARDEN HOSE REPAIRED Cole Hardware Company TELEPHONE 12. TheMohnikgEagle Eatered at the PoetoBc m second ol bU Bttr BY OOXNELLY CARJtM. Per Week. 16c - Per Month, 40c HATITRDAY, JUNE to. FOR A COUNTY EXHIBIT At Farmers' Conjress S30 Premium Offered Alw Merchants' Premium. Prof. J. II. Connell of Dallas, J. M. Vance of San Antonio, C. Han ion of Rockdale, and Prof. J. W. Carson of College, secretary of the congress, visited Bryan yesterday as representatives of the Farmers' Congress executive coratuiltee to hold a conference with business men and citizens, ol Brjan relative to matters pertaining to the ap proaching meeting of the Farmers' Congress at College July 25, 26 and 27, beginning at 8 a. m., on the morning of July 25. A meeting was held at Carnegie hall at 11 o'clock, Prof. L. L. Mc Innis being called to the chair. Prof. Connell, president of the Farmers' Congress, acted as spokes man for the committee, and laid two propositions or suggestions be fore the meeting. The first proposition related to accommodations for the big crowd expected at the congress this year, the committee desiring to find homes in Bryan for at least one hundred persons. The plans of the committee provide for securing a special train to operate between Bryan and College on a convenient schedule, giving parties who wish to stay in town a chance to go hack and forth to meeting, and also giving the people of Bryan a better chance to attend than' they have ever had. It is desired to give the visitors who stay in town lodging and breakfast, and a lunch stand under the management of the con gress will lie provided on the grounds at College. Prof. Connell stated that the growth and suc-ce of the congress in the past warrants the belief that there will be 'JijOO visitors in attendance this year, and representative men are expect ed from every county in the state. The meeting promptly responded to the plan and a motion was adopted authorizing the chair to appoint a committee of three to secure-such accommodations as are desired in Bryan. The chair nam ed John B. Mike as chairman of this committee, the other two mem bers to be announced later. The second proposition made by Prof. Connell was in reference to county exhibits of agricultural products at the congress, such as Brazos county had at the congress two years ago, under the manage ment of Mr. Walter Wipprecht, and which took the prize over all competitors on that occasion. Prof. Connell stated that the com mittee had a conference Friday evening with the College authori ties and found them unanimously in favor of having exhibits. To this end appointments have been made from the faculty, and Prof. F. S. Johnston will have charge of agricultural exhibits; Prof. K. J. Kyle will have charge of horti cultural exhibits, and Prof. F. K. Marshall of live Mock exhibits. As a further inducement for county exhibits, it was mentioned that the Dallas and San Antonio faris have jointly offered a premium ol $50 for the beet county exhibit made at the congress this year. The suggestion was also made that a list of merchants' premiums of fered for individual competition in the Brazos county exhibit be got ten up to further increase the in terest. Thotie present at the meet ing also endorsed this proposition and it was defiintely determined to have a Brazos county exhibit at the congress this year. On motion the following committee was ap pointed to look after the details of getting up such an exhiLit and to secure the lUt of merchants' pre miums: J. Webb Howell, I). F. Dansby. A. J. Buchanan, Walter Wipprecht, W. P. Connelly. This committee is authorized to select a suitable man to canvass the county in getting up the beet ex hibit jHis-iolu with the view of capturing the prize again. Prof. Connell stated that his knowledge of the soil and resources of Brazos county convinced him, after traveling over tie whole state, that no county in 1'exas cun present a greater variety or better CORRECT STATIONERY for Personal Correspondence A letter is practically the same thin as a per sonal rail, and In both Instances you want to put on your "best bib and tucker." W have received new designs in box papers la a variety of styles and prices. We have tablets In linen, bond, and domestic fluuh, both ruled and un ruled.with envelopes torn ate E M MEL & MALONEY AGEST FOR LOYSErS F1SE CHOCOLATES TIME FOR Straw Hats If it the weather, your head is hot, let us top you off with a straw thats cool, will make you look well and feel comfortable, at an almost picayune price com pared to the quality. 59c to $3.00. Another lot of Genuine Panamas just received to be sold at $6.00, also a nice assort ment of the latest styles and colors in soft felt hats just what you want for commencement. Pay us a visit. Hunter & Chatham Men's Furnishers CATARRHAL TROUBLES PREVALENT. Sprinf Months Cause Sickness Breathe H)omei, and Be Cured of Catarrh. Catarrhal troubles are more com- i nioii at this season than at any other ; time of tlie year.Thesudde n change Hint come during the spring mouth are productive of many case of catarrh that without proper treat ment will become chronic. Th pleasantest. mint convenient, and only scientific method for the treatment and cum of catarrh, ie Ilyomei. Simply put twenty drop In the little pocket inhaler that comee with every outfit, and then breathe it for three minute four time m day. No dangerous drugs or alcoholic concoction are taken into the eye tern when Hyomel le used. Mreathed through the inhaler, the balsamic frgrnce of Hyomel penetrates to the moet remote cell of the nose and throat, and thue kill the catarrhal (genua, heal tne irritated mucous membrane, and give complete and permanent cure. Thiineand of testimonial have been given a to the astonishing cures made by this remedy. J. H. Nugent, treasurer of the New York Life Insurance Company, write: "Hyomel ha completely cured my daughter of catarrh, from which ahe ha beeu a sulTt-rer for year." The complete Ilyomei outfit cot but one dollar, and aa the inhaler will last a lifetime and there is t;ftl dent Ilyomei for everal week' treatment, it i the most economical catarrhal remedy known. F.xtra bottle ran be procured for .'ki cent. Atk K. J. Jenkins to fthow you the Ktronp Kirnt'e undr which he lelU Hyomel. quality of produciH It is realuiu tb&t such an exhibit at the Farm ers Congress will b of immense advantage to the Central Texas fair, and at the same time adver tise the advantage of Brazos county in the beet possible way in and out of the state. The meeting was a harmonious and enthusiastic one and the com mittees are alreaJy arranging for the work assigned them. MUST MEET ALL. Employer Dtclar That Thy Will Mak Ne Mar Cencaition. Chicago, June . Thai the teanmter muRt meet all tomlltlona laid down by the eniloer or declare the strike ufT without mulling uny aettlement now neerna to be the logical outcome vt the struggle. Another attempt to urrunge for a new c.ce conference, mulled In the reiteration by the employer that they would make no furthir con esnlon. A general meeting of the t'hlcugi Team Owners' uhno l.itloii will be held to vote on the .ropoxlt Ion to deliver to the strike affected house.. An altti itmtH e ilei IhIoii will lteciIUte a walkout of (cuiiiHters. The annouhcpini t.t was inudi- t y the Kmployer's Teatiill.g ciin..iriy that inell Hie repotting dally to Us agent In sevi-n cities and It will lie .oitlc to ruh to t'hl' jko nu n p.-r cUv In the event of fuit.n r id union of the strike. Tim g.lllliel.t WolkelH. tll' ollgllliil Cause of the prevent ntilke, hue come to tile I Hill IllSlon t'lt the l. allixti-rS hav. forgotten the "nymiuilhy" whli b two months ago prompted them to strike In aid of the l.iilorn. At a meet ing of all local the following was adopted "K'-Holved. In the event of the Team sters' union tailing off their strike In the ulisence of tills organization, that such action shall not terminate In uny w ay the atruggle which I ho garment workers are carryli g on against the National Wholeimle Tailors' association unless the teaniHlers' settlement carries with It a satisfactory settlement of the garment workers' question." George J. Jackson, u tally man em ployed by a number company, ha been attacked by three union slugger and probably fatally Injured. Ill assail ante, who escaped, accused 1,1 in of be ing a atrlke breaker. ADVERSE TO PATRICK. By On Majority Court of Appeal Up hold Lower Tribunal. Albany, N. T.. June . The court of appeals by a vote of 4 to 1 sustained the lower court In adjudging Allx-rt T. Patrick guilty In causing the death of William Marsh nice m April 7. 1(01, Patrick were convicted on Indict ment charging htm with the murder of Rice by chloroform and men ury ad mlnstered to him during his si' kneti In lu0 H. & T. C. COMMENCEMENT SCHEDULE. MMAY, JI NK II. Leave Leave Hryeti. . 8;:KJ a. m. College 0 a.m. " . .M:.U) a. til. " 1 :13 p. in. . . 4::t0 p. in. " 7:'0 p. mf MoNO.W AMI Tt'KM'AV, JI NK 12 AM. II. Leave Leave itryau . . b.()0 a. m. College .3o a. in. " ..U.OOa. m. " 9. 'JO a.m. " .lO.oOa.m. " 10.30 a.m. " . .ll tia. m. " 1180a. m. " ..12.0U in. " 12.Htip. in. " .. 2 00 p. in. " 2 30 p. in . . 3.00 " ' 3 20 " " . . 4 00 " " 4 3t " ' .. 6 Oil " " ooO " .. 6 0t " " 3o " . . 7 00 " " 7.bt) " . . h.hii " " .oo " . . 0 30 " " lO.tMl " . .U.ou " - 1130 ' KKdI I.AK rAHKK.NtiKK TKAIN SKKVICK South bound leave liryan 3 4.1 p. m. 2 4Ha. m. North bound leave College 1.27 p. in. " 12 27 a. m. "After the ball it over," additional train service, nl'ht June 13: Leave Hryan June 13 . . . . 12 O) nik'ht College June 11 300 a.m. Special Train College to Houston. For the Hccommixlatiou of stu dents and others. des'riiiK to k'o to Houston and other South Texa points, aft r the, ball is over, special will leave College at 4 a. m . June 11th. ss e "M H. k T. C. RATES. Austin, account 1'nlversity exer cise, sell June to, II, 12 and June It! and 17. Austin, account Christian Kndeav ur Society, sell June l'J and 2o. Galveston, account Ketratta; tick eta aa follow: 2.20 rat for :J:40 p.m. tram June H and 2:4ri a. m. train of 'Jth, limit loth. M HJ rat- on June 6th and morning train of 7th, limit 11th. .!& rate I summer ticket; ell any time, Kd BO days. NashTlIb. Teun., account Summer School, sell June 10 to 13. 18 to 21. July 1. 2. ; rate 2.t 5, limit tin days. On June I summer rate will com mence to (lalveston and coast re ports, Lampasas. Marble Falls, Kitik-sland, Llano, Milford.Aniartllo, Boerne, Comfort, Keervllleand east tern point. Not too buy to nwer question. Fort Worth, account I'harmacist, Austin, cc(unt K. of V. (colored), June 12 aud 16. Mineral Wells, sell Juue 12 and 13. ilalla. account Hankers' Assou'n, ell June 12 and 13. ell June 12 and I I. Niagara Falls. June 17. 18. 19. Indianapolis, Itul., Jtinn 111 to 22 Inclusive. Ijil'orte. account li. Y. 1. C. hell June 12, 13 and til. Kate e l U.j. W. S. Wileoti, Ajfent. Wholesale and Rtlail CONFECTIONERS Ice Cream Parlor and Soda Fountain. All the Latest Drinks. We serve with cream Nut Sundae, Chop Suey, and Shredded Fijcs All Delicious. Specially prepared to serve the ladies. Special attention to all orders for cream in quantity delivered. 'PHOITE 321 Sob vemr Spoons! Haptirt Church Methodist Church Court HoUre . A M. College : Main Building Ko-s Ii.il Foster Hall Me- Hall Chapel Chemical Building Thru ir the irrr flnet grtS of work and quality cf goods A Fl.V LINE Or Watches and Chains, Diamonds mounted in all styles, sterling silver, cut cjas and silverware. U ur tr.A -r ui at our n ore JNO. M. CALDWELL, Reliable Jeweler Franklin is the man who sets the pace for all the rest in the way of Clean, neat markets, pure and choice meat. Ills price lead for Hides, Hogs, and Good Cattle 2 MARKETS 2 I -ma hi m mi tun . iui i ALAD ASTINE YOUR WALLS Typhoid Fever, Iiptheria, Small Pox the (terma of theH deadly disease multiply In the decaying k'u present In all kalsomlne. and the decaying pasle under wall paper. ALAHAS'NNF. I a dl infectant; It destroy dlsean germ and vermin; I manufactured from a atone cement base, hardens on the wall, and i a enduring a the wall Itself. ALAHASTINF. i mixed with cold water, and any one can apply It. Ask for sample card of beautiful tint ami Information about decorating. Take no cheap substitute, ltuy only in 5 found packages. Sold at Haswell s Book Store mi In ont ftar thirt hat bn again of 33 1-3 par cant in (ha wluma of our b v $ i it $ $ t . Tha btti list of companiat rapra i a n lad in tha UnHad Staiot F,,T?d. INSURANCE: hX nviu u - - - . - . Have you a 3 policy ? ' V vnitad Statai Tt-ri r .. . r OFFICE PHONE 52 m s j) cotton ana coun- msilince phone m 'i-e-i! Fis i among our tpaoi' J-Jl oitio,. ...JNO. A. MOORE Jr. ggj ki iM a jjpi Ifp ljiUQ ' ? j Ui I'