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Tit!: CITY NATIONAL DANK
BRYAN, TEXAS. Don't let another year get too far along before you open your bank account with us. Saving is one of the first great principles of Success. DON'T YOU THINK It is a good idea to cast your fortunes with a growing institution? We want you with us and we will look after your interest ED II ALL, President G . S. PA R K ER , Vice-President E, H. ASTIN, Vice-President A. W. WlLKERSON, Cashier A CORRECTION A report has been circu lated that we charge extra for prescriptions bocause we use exclusively SQUIBB Chemicals. This is errone ous and without foundation. You will find it often the case that our charges are less with the use of the finest chemicals and medicines ob ta?nable than those who use the CHEAPER kind. We deliver your prescrip tions without exrta charge. Dr. VV. H. LAWRENCE DENTIST OFPICk: OVER HAS WELL'S BOOK BTORI TiieMorningEagle HATS OFF TO TEXAS. Texas is a whopper. She'd a peach. She's the widest, broadest ahd longest country on earth, ex tending from east to west and also from north to south. She could put Ilbode Island in her vest pocket. She could swallow three or four states like Maryland and wash 'em down by drinking the (Missouri dry, and could digest 'em without ever Laving the colic. Texas id the empire State of the Union without any Kaiser Bill for an emperor. She's the cbiefest among ten thousand and altogether lively. She's the pebble on the beach. She's one of the old blue ben's chickens. She's the cock of the walk tnd the democrat of the world. She's a wolf and it's her day to howl. Texas is bounded on the east by the alligators of Lousiana and huckleberry thickets of Arkansas. She is bounded on the north by the tomahawk and the war whoop of the red man She is bounded on the west by the chili con carne of New Mexico and the hot tamales of old Mexico She is bounded on the south by the gulf of Mexico, and if it wssn for that measly boly of salt water she would extend beyond the south pole. As I said in the beginning lexas is a whopper; she is a Jim dandy, and don t you doubt it. Choctaw Inquirer. A SWELL SODA FOUNTAIN. Mr. Cox of Dallas is in tho city Installing for the Smith Drug Co., the latest pattern of the soda fouurf ain dispenser. "The Constellatloi J" from the Ll'iuld Corbonlo Co'.,""" Chicago, and purchased at a cost L t'MO. This dispenser 'i"lp'p with counter service and full com plenieutof refrigerators with plate glass doors; marble base and' top of counters, massive constellation back with ornamental cornice, flne fix tures and mirror 9 fet 4 niches by 5 feet, solid onyx draught a.ni with tulip shade. The counter length Is 21 1-2 feet. The equipment of the dispenser Is complete and it Is magnificent audition to the new drugstore. The Smith Drug Co. has also received the Bangs display ice cream tables which hare plate glass tops covering plush lined display cases, with seats or the newest kind. U. D. C Program. The following Is the program for the celebration of the birthday of General it. K. Lee to be given by the l'. D. C. on January 19 at the resi dence f Mrs. W. A. Banks at 3 p. m Prayer, Mrs. West. Instrumental duet, Mrs. Perden and Miss West. Heading. Southern Lights IJIstory. It. K. I. Instrumental solo, Mrs. II Webb. Poem, Mrs. Farrl. Vocal sextette. Mesdames Wll on, Kaysnr. Dausby and Misses Wipprecht. llobertsatid West. "lilack Mammy's Way," song by Miss Annie Helle. Hatte. I lead In if, "Stout-wall Jackson, Mrs. C. Ford. Vocal duet, Mrs. Halt, and Miss IVale. Poem. "Lee's Last Itecrult." Mrs W. S. Wilson. Vocal solo, MUs JIaswell. Poem, "Stouewall Jackson," Mrs W. A. Keed. Vocal solo, Mrs. Webb Howell. The I'nlted Confederate Veterans and other friends of the cause are In vlted to be present. READ TffIS AD.-j-READ IT NOW. then ' r""-V 1; 11 H I in TAX NOTICE. Eatsrt4 si U PostoOcs as moooS elsss aU atttsr. BY C'ARNES W.U.I.AI K. Per Week, 16o Per Month, 40c BRYAN', TEXAS. JAN". 19, MoB. Only twelve moredsys in which to pay your poll tax. Senator Tilman pitchforked the president about the Morris inci dent. Brazos county lands will prob ably have better cultivation and more fertilization this year than ever before, and with reasonably good seasons there is no doubt prosperity will remain with her. Uemember this is going to be a potato year, and let lirazo county get in line with progressive neigh bors in Wellington county and make car I oiid shipment with buyers right here on the ground. (io to Norwood's Monday and look at his new Spring line of Oxfords. :;'.) HARD TIME SOSML." The members of the Daughters of the Confederacy have undertaken to raise the money lor the entertain metit of the statu meeting of the Daughters at this place uext Decern cember. To this end they have ar ra Hired a "Hard Time iSoshtil" to bt given at the Kxchauge hotel Friday evening at H o'clock. It is explained below: Wont you come to our Hard Times Social. We're quite sure your mama won't care. We will have, oh, such a good time All the old fashioned folks will be there. In December uext, from over the state, the t'. D. Cs. will come here; Itallvtoour support, lets entertain them so. They'll give Hryan a rousing big cheer. We ask each one a quarter to give, In return for au evening s fun, Itriuir also a candle for our infalli ble (?) Ikhts, May fail ere the pleasures begun. The costumes worn must ancient be, To accord with old-fashioned styles So (Ion a frock of last century s make, Though it provoke many smiles. So collie to the "Kllfe, the Kx change hotel. In costumes old and spirits uyv. On Jan. l'.Uli. Friday evening next We'll entertain In the old rhinetl way. M n'l l.ot'K 1-K'XiKA M. I. Old Time Music '.'. Calk Walk. .1. IWind Man's Butr. 4. Music Banjo Solo. open Contest, prizes awarded. II. Il.freshllient. 7. Home Sweet Home. :iT VI N-TONK VIX-TONK VJ.V- TOJVE A pleasant Tonic Wine of pure Lafotcn Cod Liver OiL Malted cereals with the Hy pophosphates. Invaluable in all Lung, Throat and Bronchial Affections . Every bottle guaranteed. Ask for free sample and booklet Sold only by Emmcl tSt Maloncy Druggists Manufacturers X-Ray Relief Remedies January is the last mouth to pay your taxes. W. Wll'I'KKCIlT. .t9-4w2t Tax Collector. a m H. C. Hoyle of Kansas City lias joined his wife and son on a visit to her parents. Judge and Mrs. A. O Board. Mr. Hoyle moved with his family fromSau Antonio to Kansas City last August. He was railed to Knnis on account of the Illness of his sister, and following the improve merit of the latter, came on to Hryan to join Ills wire and son, who arrived during the holiday. Dr. A.J. White and Leonard Mc Donald were here front Macy yester day. Dr. White and family have lately moved back to their former home In the Macy community from (iroveton, where they resided the past year. Dr. White says he has come back to star, and his inanv friends throughout the county will receive this announcement with much pleasure. SOUGHT TO SUICIDE. Pert Worth Lsdy Swallows Csrbo.'is Acid In Hot Springs Church. Hot 8irliit, Jan. H Mr. Kmmu Lameraus of Fo.t Wnrlh. Tex., the ill- Vorrnt wife of Klianie Uini'ieui. 11141s alter of the Illinois ( lull, ttmiiptei sul- clds In ft. Mary's Human t'stholic church by taking rartmllc arid. She attended the services, and waiting It ths church until everybody had ! It swallowed the drug-. When found Mir m In u critical condition, aid l.i Chuno-a of recoveiy uir I emote. That BY DIRECT VOTE. Adopted Amsndmtnt Provides Ptopls Elect Judjea. Iji knon, Mi., J. in. 1? The houe cf rriri'M-nt.illvei j a . hy .1 vote ol to I'.'i the Smith 1 on. tir : 'it ;. o. .1 tl'.n. Thl d.tn.uids n -nttr.ii:tr.il 11 nondnient pi ov Idu ir rir th" exM;..n f nil Judge l.y illici t vut lit t; e tii- lt Inncid nf m'piiintn'i 'ii l.y M m gov ernor. 4 Fell Dead In Dining ft 00m. S.nith MrAliMcr. J.111 is -Mis Wll- li.i in wiiii. utivnii ..f i'.mhu. 11.. ru )":id In thr illnlns; iimhii ot 111" i:s'lon her.. Wcdncii.:iy. Sh n;i 011 her way to P.illa. 'IV. Auumti Charge Feb. 18. P.irU. Jim. M M. I'a.Mlcri h-coiiie pi.l,,.ril J-ch. in. BRIEFLY NOTED. Pl. Tln-ro ar nine uttlnt nt thp leiir Uitltiite. Aiiktln. Kdwln llould. rreMf.t of the Cot ton lielt. n-nl soon Inspect line Sour Ijik. T . people vant th f"tlco rn.id in etslilinh hnp there Ity an explosion near San Anton 1 two MeiPnr were terribly Injured Home of M:a A die Rrxisevell's wed ding ilri. are b-lng mad In lUltl-tnor. Vt,ii at I-.k Charlee, Iji , iihnwt 11 l: peopli. Iii ( !ty llmlla and :0 a 1 Jarrnt. A treaty of pen linn nen slijned by fovernmetit officials of Santo ltomli.se snd Insurgent genera! Ienver. Knld and Culf railway will at nnr In.iururat a miiiiiiar aer rlre heiwern Oklahoma ""lly and Kio wa. Haa. K. V. Warner, formerly n:ai,r ln editor of lh Houalon Tost, recently telegrsLh editor cf the Nawr iirleena fln if "IB Days IB Dntj.s oes-ev. and Closing wefttsfig Jan 5 YOIT KNOW WHAT TUIS MKANH. IT MKANS YOl"LL HAVE A CHANCE BKOINNINO MONDAY, JANUARY IS TO buy GOOD NATS, SHOES and FURiMSIIIIVGS at very unusual , prices for CASH. We're bound to make each season take care of itself and, to that end don't wait until the next season is right at our doors, but right in the midst of the winter season, when all the worst weather is yet to come, offer you innumerable bargains in some of the choicest things of the season at COST and BELOW COST. We must get rid of all broken lots before spring, but can't wait until the last minute to do it must sell the goods while they are seasonable. DO YOU SEE THE POINT? We want to reach every man in this territory and let him know how little money it takes td get what he needs NOW. YOU'LL GET THE BENEFIT. WE STAND THE LOSS. SHIRTS Nothing Reserved 35c 50c 75c 95c 1.15 One lot !0c men' negligee shirt cut to One lot 75c tnen'a negligee shirt out to All 11.00 negligee shirts cut to All l.'2 men's" negligee rhirts cut to All l..r0 men's negligee shirts cut to WOOL OVERSHIRTS hoi) goe at Kvery fhirt in the thene price. 41.00 overshirts cut to 1.2 overhirt cut to l.-p0 overebirtn cut to 2 O) overehirts cut to 2.25 overehirts cut to 2.7" overhirt cut to SWEATERS Not a sweater in the house recr ve,). 00c sweaters cut to 1.00 sweaters cut to 1 .VI sweaters cut to .'5.00 sweaters cut to UNDERWEAR All winter underwear l") jer cent oil of regular selling price hii h means that you get Vc untlerwiiar at per g.irinent !.(' I umlerwear at per garment 75c 95c 1.10 .50 .65 2.00 35c 75c 1.00 2.15 38c 75c NIGHT SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS All 7"h: flannelette ruhes cut to All tl.00 lliinneletle rohes cut to All 1.21 flannelette rol cut to All l.'ill flannelette psjamas cut to All 2.00 flannelette pujamas cut to FANCY VESTS ' Kroken lots in colors at 2") to .VI per cent discount One lot worth ! cut to 10c cork iner soles cut to . 5 cents 50c 75c 95c 1.15 1.50 2.00 . GLOVES 11.00 dressed kid gloves cut to 1.2 dressed kid gloves cut to 1..VJ dressed kid gloves (tliglulv damaged ) cut to One lot hoy's ."0c lined gloves (slightly spotted) cut to All 7"o work gloves cut to All other work gloves (gauntlets eicepted) 2" per cent oil". NECKWEAR I3ig lot 2 jc silk club ami oat wing lies cut to 2o doen 2o silk shield Imiws 75c 90c 95c 20c 50c Big lotof.VJe four'in-hand, rial and putTs cut to Any .V)c tie in the house impe- 15c 15c 25c 38c COLLARS AND CUFFS All Kagle brand collars worth 12'; cut to 7 l-2i! All Kagle brand cutis worth 2tV cut to 12 l-2c per pair RAIN COATS 5.00 mackintoshes, velvet collar, heavy cheviott, at good and warm as a 110 overcoat cut to . . One lot f.'I. .Vl mackintoshes cut to 3.50 2.00 MEN'S AND BOY'S SHOES n,i nt;. hi Bargains to nunierou- to in siioe inr men: .iut iin up stork of all hroken lot- re gardless of rust. Cull for what you want. e enumerate a few liargainx below. All 1.2 men's shin's nit to Two luts men's shies cut to Odds and ends 2.0(1 and 2..V) shoes cut to One lot 2.00 Isiy's shoes cut to One lot 51 men's shoe(mall sizes ) cut to One lot .'..'0 men's pattent colt cut to One lot H men's patent colt shoes cut to All 't .Stacy Adsms cut to All iftacy Adams shoes cut to 75c 95c 1.50 1.50 1.95 2.25 2.75 3.75 4.50 A few Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes. Mufflers. Etc., left Will close out during this sale regardless of cost. Other bargains throughont the entire stock that can't be listed here. Call for what you want and BRING THE CASH. NO GOODS CHARGED AT THESE PRICES. You can stay awav from this sale if you wish, BUT YOU'LL LOSE MONEY IF YOU DO. DON'T LET THESE BARGAINS ESCAPE YOU. mmm & cdd-atdda nn Vil MEN'S FURNISHERS J Tlmoe-nemoerst. died st New Ortoans.