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CONDENSED REPORT OT Tint CONDITION OF THE CITY NATIONAL BANK Of Brju, Ttzw, Bad 10 tb Comptroller of the Curreocy at ths oIom of baslDSSs NOV. 9th, 1808. BLACKBOARD FRUITS California Grapes Apples Dananai Lemon Orange VEGETABLES Pepper Iriih Potatoe Onion Cabbage Sweet Potatoe Turnip and Top Mustard Green Radishes OT M ER OOOD THINOS Elgin Butter New crop Almond Dulk Mince Meat New Crop Dried Fruita Fresh Cake all kind PHONB9 111 and 179 DEATH OF MRS. P. A. EAVES. Wa Eighty Year Old aod Charter Member of the Bryan Baptist Church. At midnight Thursday night Mre. P. A. Eavea died at the bom of bar daughter, Mr. J. L. Robarnon, at Benchley and ber remain were laid to ret at 3 o'clock Friday alternoon In tha Thompson Creek cemetery. Her death had been expected for several daya, and eight of her nine surviving; children were present at ber bedside. The abent one la Mr. Z. T. Eavea who Urea In New Mexi co and could not get here. Mre. Eaves waa a native of Sump ter county, Ala., and waa reared In Kdoxdt county, Mlsa., where In IM ahe waa married to W. B. Eavea. They came to Texaa in 1852 and lived four year in Borleon county, dur ing which Mr. Eare entered the BaptUt ministry. Afterward the family resided uccesslTely in Williamson, Fall and Robertson counties, and came to Bryan In ls67. The following year Rev. Eaves or ganized the First Baptist church of Bryan and Mrs. Eaves became a charter member, aud remained a member of the local church until her death, leaving Mrs. J. W. Tabor of this city now the only surviving charter member. Rev. Eaves died a number of years Ago and the surviving children of the family are Z. T. Eaves of New Mexico, Mr. Annie Miller of Hood county, Dr. W. O. Eave ot Bre mond, 8. L. Eaves of Bryan, Mrs. J. L. Roberson of Benchley, Mrs. J. A. D. Robinson of Wlxon, A. H. Eaves of Wellborn, Dr. J. F. Eaves and J. T. Eaves of Austin. Mrs. Eaves waa a devout Chris tlan lady and for more than eighty years her life was a blessing to all with whom she was associated. Her death came peacefully, and her children and other loved ones should console themselves with the thought that she was spared to them so long, and haa now entered Into the peace and Joy of the life eternal. For Evening Wear. Crepo de Chene in pink, hello trope, light blue and Nile green, Notice the price-only 60 cents. Wagner A Brandon. 2iW Young men, all our One II. 8. & M. clothing is IncluJed In this sale, and while there are other brands old for moro, none are better for quality and style. Don't be de ceived. W.J. Coulter. w2t aT Oeorsre O. Chance 1 at home from the state university attending his mother, who Is ill. ADDITIONAL LOCAL C. A. Olenn of Btou City waa In Bryan yesterday. Mrs. W. H. Oliver returned from Houston yesterday. Mr. Gibson of Calvert la visiting Villa Maria Academy. Mr. and Mr. J. II. Bullock were here from Grime county yesterday. All children who are to be In the Thanksgiving Matinee are urged to ,r,.f .t the Ooera Hons this Uiv v w I morning at ten o'clock promptly for rehearal. Mr. R. O. Allen. Th Allen Academy football team went to Houston yesterday and play ed the Y. M. C. A. team or tnat city yesterday afternoon. Score 6 to 5 in favor of Houston. Men's 50 cent undershirt at S3 cents. Time to change for the heavy stuff. The dry goods man beat the doctor if you get to him in time. Now is the time Coulter' pecial ale. Our 23 cent a srarment boy un derwear la the hottes seller we have ever seen. It's made rignt, iooks rlirhtand fits right. It keeps you warm when the northere whistle. Coulter's special sale. wJt The H. A T. C. made another dollar rate to the Houston carni val yesterday and 220 tickets were sold from Brvan. This will make an easy total of 500 people from Bryan who have attended the carnival. Emmet Rohde and eon and T. A. Adams have returned from a hunt on the Navasota river and while ab sent caught a wild cat weighing 38,',' pounds. The dog dogs ran mm three hours a half. Mr. Rohde haa the pelt as a trophy. The present week closed the first nuarterly examinations In the Bryan publlo schools, and the best papers and the highest grades made at any first quarterly examination are re ported, which is highly satisfactory to the faculty of the school. A Cameron special to the Houston Post says: Hon. T. 8. Henderson and Ed Tompkins have closed a con tact with the state for fifty convicts with which to work their Riverside farm next year. They will plant 1,000 acres In cotton and 600 in corn. There will be preaching at the Free Baptist church both morning and evening tomorrow by the pas tor. All are Invited. Sunday school at 9 :'M in the morning. Young peo nle'a eervices at 6:30. A full attend ance at all these services Is earnestly desired. Work on the new buildings at Pnlleire has -been delayed by the recent bad weather. The walls of the new hotel building are up but Br WHO FILLS YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS? Every business has it's leader and with as it is prescriptions. Our prescription department is perfect in all of its appointments, our drugs and chemicals are the finest obtainable. You receive the best service here, where graduate or reg istered pharmacists only fill your prescriptions and the compounding is done by accurate and scientific methods. Our prices are always fair never excessive- EMMEL & MALONEY Progressive Druggists BOOTS and OVERSHOES For Men and Boys. Rubber Rain Coats and C Dip Boots Slicker Suits and Hunting Coats Complete line just re ceived for the next season. Now is the time to buy. HUNTER & ...CHATHAM Men's Furnishers the roof Is unfinished. Work on the warehouse is also progressing slow ly, as well as the graveling of the campus roads. Walter J. Coulter returned yes- terdav afternoon from St. Louis, where he attended the "Big Five Special Sales" of the live largest sc. Louis wholesale dry goods houses and purchased several thousands of dollars worth of goods for his spe cial sale which are arriving daily. The I. A O. N. will make popular low excursion rates to the San An tonio fair for Nov. 21, which is I. A G. N. day; round trip rate from Brvan 83.00. Tickets on sale for trains arriving in San Antonio even log of Nov. 20 and morning of Nov. 21 until 1 p. m. All tickets good to return Nov. 22. Dr. R. T. Hunks will preach at the First Baptist church Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. lie is one ot the profoundest preachers of Texas. Dr. Butler says, In a letter to the Eagle from Dallas: "I call upon all the church to hear him. Let the community hear him." The Beggar Prince Opera Co. (rave a very fair production of "Fra Diav olo" before a pood sized audience at the opera house I ant night. The company Is not a large one but In cludes some good volcee, notably that of Frank Burgess who appears In the title role. The audience man ifested appreciation by liberal ap plause. The colored teachers of Brazos county met at the court House Nov. 17. I1X'5, to effect the organization of a Teachers' Institute for the present choolyear. The following ofllcers were elected: J. (J. Adams, presi dent; Mrs. It. E. T. Versea, vice president; J. It. Johnson, secretary; Emma Alberson, assistant eecretary. Executive committee : E. I). Thomas, chairman; Mrs. B. E. T. Versea, Mrs. A. A. Stovail, Emma Alberson. EPW0RTM LEAGUE PR 00 RAM. Sunday. Nov. in, l!5. Opening song No. 4. Lesson Subject: The Apostolic Mission to Preach the Oospel to Oentiles. A repeated charge. 1 Acta. iM, 14-21. 2 The Submergence of Prejudice. Oal. 1, 13-17. 8 A Calling Fulfilled. Rom. 15, 15-21. leader Mr. Joe Spell. Prayer. Song No. 192. Heading Miss Kate Lawrence. Song No. 65. lesson talk Bro. Betts. Reading Miss Sadie Mawbinney. Song No. 19. Recitation Miss Pearl Kern. League benediction. RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loanaand Discounts.... 193,292 97 Capital Stock. 150,000 00 U. 8. Bonds and Prem's. M.000 00 Bonds, Securities, etc... M10 00 Surplus and ProflU (net) 88,01127 andl&ufer!'.. 12,789 CO circulation 60,000 00 CASH 406,859 21 DEPOSITS . . . . . 434,320 41 $572,331 68 $572,331 68 I, Albert W. Wilkerson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly awear that the foregoing ataLemeut ia true to the best of my knowledge and belief. ALBERT W. WILKERSON. Caahler. Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 15th day of Nov., 1005. CORRECT Attest: Ed 8. Debdex, Ed. Hall, Notary Publlo, Brasos Co., Texaa.fr O. H. Parker. f J. W. English, Directors. 1 GO TO SAN ANTONIO. Governor and Staff Depart to Attend International Fair Opening. Austin, Nov. 17. Governor lAflhara and his staff, which Include Colonel Ttroy Trice, of Palestine; Col. W. C. Nlion, of Oalveatrn; Colonel Hampton Osry. of Ty'r; Colonel Den Carroll, of Waco: Oncral Hulen and others, left for San Antonio in Colonel Trice s trlvata car, whers the governor form all opens the fair. Judge T. J. Freeman, general attor ney of the Texas and raclflc. waa here and had a conference with Attorney Oraeral Dvldon regarding the penalty suits riled against the Texas and raclflc fcr District Attorney Moore, also about the cause of Texas and raclflc against Secretary of State Hhannon. et al.. en joining payment of franchise tax. It waa decide dthat all these cases will eomt up for trial Nov. z0 In the Twenty-sixth dUtrlct court. On application of a number of rail roads, the railroad commission post poned to Dec. It the hearing which was to coma up Nov. zl on the proposition to adopt western classification No. 39. now applied for transportation of In terstate traffic. REAR END DEMOLISHED. Party of Katy Officials Miraculously Escape Being Injured. Peaumont, Nov. IT A party of Katy officials, consisting of II. C. Bouse. K. N. Finney. A. A. Allen. Jamea Haravr- man and Surgeon E. F. Yancy, were In a serious wreck at 4 o'clock Krhlny mnmlng south of Colmeanell. while en route to rteaumont. Thy were traveling In the private car of T. H. MoDonald. avneral suerlntenInt of the Texas and New Orhan. A Hffht engine run Into the cur. demolishing the rear end and throwing the oc.u pants from their berths. All miracu lously en-axd Injury. BLOCK BURNS. ...INSURE IN THE,.. Southwestern Life Insurance Co. or TEXAS. DALLAS, WHY? Because It is a Texas Company, has ampl.jAPITAL aud Surplus and will KEEP TEXAS MONEY IN TEXAS. : JOE B. REED will explain the different plans and rstes, and can also write Ac cident and Hick Benefit Insurance in best of companies and ertva you Just what you want, and you will know what you are JjHSc. Every man and woman under 50 years, In good health, ahoujjl Ha FHIEND-IN-NEED BOCIRTY TL., Many now are enjoying the benefits from Life Insurance thai would not if not for my efforts. -JOlu B . HEED. Town of Josquin, Tsx, Visitsd by s Costly Conflagration. Joaquin. Tex.. Nov. 17. Jim orig inating In the store of W. n. Wood destroyed thnt building and nine, oth ers, entailing a los aggregating JIS. 000. Hy hard work of cltliens and ab sence of brrcte the flames spread no further. e a Dropped Dead. San Antonio. Nov. 17. Morris Fried man. a capitalist and rtlred mer chant dropped dend In his office. Death was due to apoplexy. He was fifty-nine years old and took an active part In charity work. Funds For Orphsns Home. Dallas. Nov. 17. At a meeting In the auditorium at the fair grounds $15. 000 was secured In cajh and dd-vd for Hurkncr ornhan homa VETERAN PASSES AWAY. First American Soldier to Seal the Walls of Chapultepec. Spencer. Mass, Nov. 17. Alva Orln nell. a Mexican" war veteran, said to have been the first man to scale the walls of Chapultepec. died at his homa here Thursday, aged seventy-nine. I our customers to ns with the cord of satisfaction. No other way to keep close connection. It's to our Interest, as well aa yours, to serve you with good meats and to do that politely, quickly and at the lowest cost possible. Only cause we have for asking your trade, which we want. 'Phone 330 CHANEY BROS. 'Phone 330 Declines to Csaso Work. Moscow, Nov. 17. The workmen here are opposed to the general strike proposition by the leaders at Ht. Pe tersburg, atid the majority of them de cline to c'e work for tho I'cllsh cause. Horses' Fatal Collision. Ts Angeles. Nov. 17 Two mre horses were accidentally killed at Ascot I'ark. Schoolcraft, a fleet runner from the TU henor stables, colli. led with Pprlrigwatrr. belonging to I'nger & I.uxjulor. and both were so badly In jured that they had to be killed. They were being ridden In opposite directions on the track Neither rider was In jured. Schoolcraft was valued at about I7J00 and Hprtngwater at 13000. Insist on Larger Margins. St. I'etersburg. Nov. 17 Managers of the local branch of the Credit Iyon ralse deny the rer"rt of the hank re fusing to accept Itusslan securities as collateral. On account of the unsettled condition and heavy fall of prices on the bourse, however, they Insist upon larger margins. Nsw King's Salary. Christians, Nov. 17. Norwegian par liament fixed king's salary at $:00.-009. MINOr MATTERS. James rtrown, one of Texarkana's first settlers. Is dead. John IJ. Howell, a telegraph operator, fell dead at I"urU. Tex. Hoys' dormitory of Norman Institute at Norman, (ia., burned. At Kl rase. Conn Webb died from wood alcohol, taken by mistake. National house of Republicans and Democrats will hold cauouses Dec. 2. William Hlttson. a rnlo rtnto coun ty, Texas, pioneer. Is dead, aged eighty seven years. ftFVFRAL SPEAK. Number of Addresses Made at the Tex as Baptist Convention. Datlaa. Nov. 17. After devotional exercises the TUrrflst general conven tion listened to adJressea and reports to-dsy. Ttev. Dr. A. T. Robertson of the Southern liaptist Theological seminary at Louisville, Ky.. mads an Interesting address, giving much valuable Infor mation. The reading of the report of the edu cational commission by Rev. Dr. II. II. Carroll of Itaylor Theological seminary, Waco, waa carefully listened to. This waa one of the most Important docu ments presented. "The Baptist Memorial Sanitarium" waa discussed by Revo, (J. W. Truett, J. II. Rainbrell and others. Rev. Dr. I. J. Wllllngham of Rich mond. Va, spoke on "Foreign Mis sions." Then rims the report on state mis sions, presented by secretary of the board of missions, and followed by a discussion. THOUGHT YELLOW FEVERj Man Diss In Ksnias Who Hsd Symp toms of That Malady. Leavenworth. Kan., Nov. 17. Miles Henta, a Rohemlan laborer, died at I (age Ststlou, eleven miles south or here, Thursday from what the rormer believes was yellow fever, llenlesul thirty-five other Itohemlana were brought to Kansas recently from Nw Orleans. EEPORT OF THE CONDITION Of The FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BRYAN, AT THE CLOSE OF RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $245,084.52 U.S. Bonds and Premiums 52,200.00 Stocks and Bonds 246.00 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 9,500.00 Expense Account 4.490.19 CASH 434,682.32 $746,203.03 BUSINESS NOVEMBER , 10OS. LIABILITIES Capita! $100,000 Surplus 20,000 Undivided Profits 25.048 Reserve for Taxes 1,700. Circulation 50,000, l DEPOSITS 549,454 0 .00 .89 00 .00 .14 $746,203.03 I, II. 0. Boatwright, Vice President of the above named bank, do solemnly ewear that the above statement ia true to the beet of my knowledge and belief. Correct-Attent: II. 0. BOATWKIGIIT, Vice President. J. W. UOWELL, ) L. L. McINMS, Directors. GUY M. BRYAN Jr. ) Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of November, 1905. W. C. DAVI3, Notary Tublic, Brazoa County, Texas. 1-ReferinR to the above statement, we invite your business. Liberal terms and satisfac tory service. Not only is our large capital and other reHourcea a test of our strength but the policy of this Bank id guided by ability and a lifetime experience. Whatever you may need In our line, give us a chance at it and be convinced of our willingness and ability to serve you acceptably.