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. BRYAN, TEXAS.
Capital - - - $ 50,000 Surplus and Profits 45,000 Deposits - - - 300,000 Vc Solicit Yout Business OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: ED HALL, President G.S.PARKER, Vice-President E. H. ASTIN.'.Vice-President A. W. WlLKERSON, Cashier J. N. COLE J. W. ENGLISH gPARKLING RELIGIOUSNESS Sparkiinp, fizzing, full cf life - fresh as the Jew in early morn cool as a mountain stream delicious The oJa that grows ever more popular. OUR SODA Join the army of SoJa Drinkers now re Ealing themselves at our fountain. Everything in New Drinks. TheMorningBagle tstsreS It tkt PoaloOo ss mooo4 o!lM BlU BY CAHKKS WALLACE. ANNOUNCEMENTS 7l ' snihorlssd to iooouic th fol lowtif candidate for the district, count? sad precinct oOcs rwrecUTtly Indtested, mbject to Hnjictlot) of Iht democrsUo primaries: For Cctgri ta District T. 8. HENDERSON Of Cimrron, Mllim County. Fcr ConirtM-eth district Rl'fX'8 HARDY Of Conlctns. Kstsito Conotr For Congress th District KICHAWD MAYS of Cortlctas, Nsrsrro County. I Whether yellow fever has really appeared at Kenner, La., or not the report is a reminder that the season of the year has arrived when rigid sanitary regulations should be voluntarily observed or firmly enforced, and the Egie hopes that Bryan will lose no time in getting in first-class sanitary condition and staying that way. This is important even if we have no yellow fever in the south this year for the reason that the general health of the community demand it, to say nothing of decency and civic pride. The writer has made no inspection of the town, and general ly speaking it may be in very fair shape, but we have no doubt there is plenty of room for improvement. The weeds are growing and the mosquitoes are hatching. It is time to get busy and clean up. The Houston Post says: "We mut-t avoid tjuarantines, if possi ble, and at the same time mutt not forget that tbe stegomyia breeds freely in this section of the State. By screening cisterns, oiling pools and removing and destroying filth of every description, it will not be difficult to keep the ferer out of Texas." ' The Houston I'oet cartoons the blanket primary as a cat coming back to the state house; and it will. The trouble with the cat was it made its first visit too soon going to a special session of the legislature called for a specific pur pose. Just what the outcome of the next tilt over this question will be remains to be seen. Tbe indications unmistakably show a very strong demand for the blanket primary For Dlttrtet Attorney 20th DUtrlct J. M. RALSTON (Re-election) Of Csmtroa, Milan County. BRYAN, TEXAS, Al'UIL 10, 1IK)6 i A 1 1 ' - ' J Old Vesuvius, has been belching death and destruction again, but man, mortal man, who refuses to quit until you kill him, will be as close up as he can get a livelihood rebuilding bis habitation as soon as the eruption stops and the lava gets cool. Stanley II. Watson, industrial agent of the II. it T. C, and Will II. While, photographer, are out for a trip over the line taking pictures to be used by the railroad company in advertising matter The Kagle hopes they will visit Bryan. We have here some mate rial that will compare favorably with anything to be found in any pf the smaller cities of tbe state. Gov. Davis of Arkansas threat ens to close up tne gambling houses of Hot Springs, Ark., which city a newspaper correspondent calls tbe American Monte Carlo. The sentiment against gambling has had a marvelous growth in recent years and is widespread and powerful. THE COMPLEXION Skin beauty is real beauty, ami tf yours Is not what it could be, joa should take care of It, and allow it to re sume the soft velvety appearance that is natural to it. USE REUTER'S SOAP OB eOFTEMMi AXI J! K A CTI FT I SO Til K M PLKX I3 EMMEL& MALONEY y Tf X-Ray RUf Rnrd:ee Spring Underwear is what you need for thee Spring Days We are prepared to meet your wants with a complete as .ortment of o I and m f o r t a b I e Weaves including the het styles and makes at prices t fit your purse. Also have a swell line Soft Pongee Shirts tripe : in mercerized anJ neat an.l check effects. ALL SIZES AND PPICLS SEE THEM ! UNTER & O HATHAM Men's Furniieers FUNERAL OF MRS. WALLACE. The funeral service of Mrs Frances hllen allace were held at her late home, yesterday morn ing at 9 o'clock in tbe presence of the family and a large number of friends. Dr. Butler, the pastor of the first Baptist church, conducted the service, and paiu a beautifu tribute to the lite and christian character of Mrs. Wallace. His subject was "Blessed are the Dead Who Die in tbe Lord." A long procession followed the remains to the Bethel cemetery, where the erviee was concluded and interment was made. Many friends frcn the country were also present. IMPORTANT TO BRYAN. Profit by This sod Find Safeguard Afaiast Masy H. Nothing iimore important to Bry an than the good health of her ro pie. How can they Mil their places in thia busy town unlets they are well? No one trouble it responsible for more nervous ills, alerpleemeM. gen eral debility, weakuesa, backaches, rheumatic pain., even Ill-temper and peevishness than indigestion. fortunately a combination ot rem edies, called Mi-o-na stomach tab lets, has been discovered that abso- sulutely cures indigestion and re stores to health and strength the whole digestive system. So reliant Is Mi o-na in curl.iir all forms of stomach weakness and troubles that K.J. Jenkins gives a signed guarantee that the remedy ill coat nothing unless it cures. Mi-o-na sells for &oc. and is invalua ble to anyone who suffers with indi gestion, nervousness or weak stom ach. A FEW ARTICLES THAT WILL INTER EST YOU. Our Ilneof ladit-s' waist lawn, mull and silk. Our line of ladies' handkerchiefs at 15c, l!.c and 40c. Our line of ladies', misses' and children! fans. Our line of white canvas hand bags at -Jtc, M)c and 7:c. Our line of ladies' dog collars. Our line of combs and comb sets at 'J.' to 12 CO. Our line of ladies' wash belts at :5c to 50c. U Webb Bros. Blue y I J SERGE : I j J Suits h I CopyrlLfTU-, I 1906 By. SC M LOCfp ros.t :co oTltimoreand NewTfork $12.50 $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 and up F BLUE SER.GE hits your fancy for a new Spring Suit, our "SCHLOSS SERGE" is the thing you want. Nothing better than good Serge stylish and shape-retaining, We warrant ours fast color and all wool. The way the Suits are made up will open your eyes to the possibil- ities of good tailoring. Altogether different from the Common Kind. Single and double-breasted in four distinct models, every one brimful of style. Our Spring shipments just in. Also a splendid showing of greys and mixtures in Serges, Worsteds and Fancy Goods. Everything for Spring. COME AND LOOK. andon