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Bryan morning eagle. (Bryan, Tex.) 1898-1909, April 25, 1906, Image 5

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When you are Looking for Something Good
to Eat, try our line of Ferndell
Canned Goods.
Fresh Mackerel, 2 for
Fresh shipment Boston f
Brown Flakes, 2 for...v3C
Freeh shipment Italston's 1A.
Health Crisps, per pkg 1 UC
Kaleton's breakfast Food, Z(n
3 package for (.jUv
Italston's Pancake Flour,
2 package! for av3U
RaJiton'i Health Oat Meal A.
per package A UL
Kalaton'a Whole Wheat ffftr
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Shredded Whole Wheat f J
Biscuit, per package. .. 13 is
Chase V Sanborn's famous Itoaeted CofiVes and Package Teas.
..I'll ONE 114..
3 ... !:3H p.m.
K 12:W a.tn.
2 8:40 p.m.
8..,' a:48a.m.
101 arrlveeat 6:05 p. in.
102 arrivea at :-'5 a. m
Dick Fain Is visiting at Mediae.
Otborn Johnson spent (Sunday u
Mrs. Laura Koppe went to Hous
ton yesterday.
J. W. IUgglus of Waco waa In the
city yesterday.
V, J. I -a Die of Kurtenwae In the
city yesterday.
(). J. Scrlinshlro of Millicau waa
here yesterday.
F. A. Cappa of Henchlsy waa iu
the city yesterday.
M. O. Uuchauau of Bet tl waa in
the city yesterday.
8. 8. Kennedy of Fouutaln waa in
the city yesterday.
Mrs. Georgia Locke waa a visitor
to the city yesterday.
J. I Heusarllng of Wellborn waa
lu the. city yesterday.
Mra. M.A. Patterson returned yes
terday from I-dtj-ttr.
Dr. I. K. ltetta left yesterday for a
business trip to JeWett.
Dr. Juliua tilcli of Will". w Hoi
was lu the city yesterday.
J. K. and C. M. Spaun were here
from Navasota yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hurford were
visitors from College yesterday.
J. H. and W. M. Taylor were here
yesterday from Madison county.
Jess Hick of ( r'. Crimes
county, was la the city yesterday.
New arrival In luce curtains.
IM Wagner A Hrandon.
Ed L. Evans, a prominent Jewett
busluess man. was hers yesterday.
.(Jeorge McI lUnd, a cattls buyer
from I-dbetter. was here yesterday.
All linett damask pieces tray
cloths and doilies 1:5c to i.3d.
yjy Warner A Hrandon.
rio dozen new patterns iu val lace
on display. Warner A Hrandon. 2)
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver McOee left
yesterday for their horn in Lam
pasas. Mrs. J. A. Heard aud Mrs. Maud
Jones of Wlxou were in the city yes
terday. Dr. Uuinu and family of Madison
county were In the city trading yes
terday. Dr. A. L. MoudrL-k has gone to
Fort WortU to attend the state med
ical association.
Miss Gertrude Crawford returned
to Mlllican yesterday after visit to
Miss Lena Yeager.
Mrs. L. J. Thomas aud Misa Lou
Thomaa of Cottonwood were visitora
to Hryan yesterday.
Buster Hrown belta with police
whistles 23a.
120 Wagner A Hrandon.
Mra. D. M. Dauaby returned from
Wellborn yesterday, accompanied
by Mrs. O. V. Lee.
Mrs. Dr. J. H. Johuson and Miss
Kettle Johueou returned from a visit
at Courtney yesterday.
Mra. J. M. Hoxley and daughter,
Miss Halite Hoxley, of Providence
were lu the city yesterday.
Extra valuea in men's nobby straw
hats 1., 1.5. 2CO and fJ.W.
120 Wagner A Hraudou.
The White Mountain refrigerator
is the one with the chill in it. For
sale only by Levy llroa. 123
Mrs.' H. M. Kersey returned to her
home iu Leon county yesterday after
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. 1. Gentry.
See the novelty dress Roods III
light weight woolen mixtures. Jutt
r.-eived at Warier A Brandon's. 'JO
The will of Mrs. Donna Woofen
has been admitted to probate. II.
II. Seal Is iatependnt executor
without botid.
Ten-Inch Zotmphoue records for
sale by Joe B. Keed at &k: ach. Caa
be ued n any disc record talking
machine. l-2
Bill Walker, colored, entered a
ple of guilty to simple assault In
the county court and was fined l.Vifl
and cost.
Japanese drawn work on linen
tray cloths sl.uQ to l "5; scarfs. f:l.iit
to S.1 i0; squares. 2.tO to 5.03.
I j0 Wagner A Brandon.
Sabicriplloai Clou Tooiibt.
The, Eagle dealrea to give notice to
.it thniK destrinir to contribute to
the San Francesco Relief Fund that,
in order to get the money off prompt-1
y It will be collected up today arT I j
the list will be closed tonight 'J
l'lease notify The Fagle at once If
yon desire to make contribution.
An Elks lodge waa Instituted at
Harlln Mondayand Monday night,
with forty-two charter members,
twenty-seven of whom were Initiat
ed, leaving the remaloder to come
In later. A splendid banquet follow
ed the work, which waa done oy
District Deputy Grand Exalted Rul
er Seeley of Waco and others. Trent
Newton waa preaent from Bryan.
Itev. J. J. Tatum, pastor of tba
Bryan Free Baptist church, has ar
rived from East St. Louie, accompa
nied by two daughters, and will en
ter at once upon his work here. The
other members of the ramlly will
Join those here later.
Welle Fargo Express Co., will
gladly carry free any coutributiona
in the shape or money or goods for
the suffering aud destitute of San
Francisco addressed to city ofMclals
or regular constituted relief organi
zation. E. B. Lomax, Agt.
Many friends were present yester
dar at the funeral of Mr. Huiro
Knoblauch, held at lu a. in. at the
home of Mrs. It. V. Keruole. Dr.
J. D. West conducted the servije.
There were many beautiful floral
Owing to the scarcity of long silk
gloves we are showing the next best
substitute la plain and lace in its,
black and white, li to 2.-iuch at &c,
7'jC aud 81.00.
1J0 Wagner A Brandon.
Dr. Kolaud Connor of Connor,
Madison county, was here yesterday
en route to the meeting of th state
medical association at Fort Worth.
Dr. Conner will go to Baird on a
prospecting trip.
The suit of J. 11. Koh vs. the 11. A
T. C. for damages on charge of kill
ing a mule, tried on appeal from
justice court, resulted lu the verdict
being red need from 7i to
Lawn mowers, lawn awings, lawn
settees, rubber hose, water coolers,
ice cream freezera. Ice chests, refrig
erators. All the above seasonable
goods vou can And at Levy Broa. 22
Dr. J. F. Eavea left yesterday for
Fort Worth to attend the state med
ical convention meeting, and will go
onto Jacksboroto Investigate the re
ported existence of smallpox.
The Bryan Masons, Including the
bloe lodge, chapter and command-
ery, have made a contribution ot
Hurt to the fund for the relief of their
brethren in San Fraucisco.
The prayer meetiog service an
nounced for touight at the Free
Baptist church will not be held on
account of the revival services at
the First Baptist church.
Mr. and Mra. J. II. Mawhinney re
turned yesterday from Fort Worth,
accompanied by Mrs. I, '.. T. Mor
ris. Mrs. Mawhiuney'a health 'is
much Improved.
The firm f l'layer A Scrimshlre of
Millican has been dissolved by mu
tual consent. J. E. Player purchas
ing the interest of O. J. Seninshire.
Dr. Barnes of Bedias and Dr. Has
co of Madlsonvllle left yesferday
morning for Fort Worth to atteud
the state medical association.
Dr. 1'aul M. Itavsor was railed to
Beaumont yesterday, being notified
by wire that his mother had suffered
a severe stroke of paralysis.
Mrs. M. Lawless and daughters
and Mrs. Jim Cloud aud daughter
of Kurten were in the city yesterday.
German val lace, in new patterns.
Just received.
120 Wagner A Brandon.
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of .Style and Quality?
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you want a single or double
breasted Sack Suit of latest
fashion, that will look and fit
as if made to your measure?
Do you want a suit at mod
erate cost that will retain its
shape and give you satisfactory ser
vice? If you do then come here and
see our large and superb collection of
S p r
ing Su
$12.50 $15.00
. A minute's examination of the materials will convince yon that you never saw their
equal, a try-on of the garments will satisfy you that X custom tailor could not fit you any
better. A comparison of our prices will show you that we are far below what you would
be asked for the same goods in the larger towns.
Our assortment Iticlu le all the newest shades of grey in plaid sfripes and solids, also a
complete line t Mil" .S-rgs and Black Unfinished Worsteds, either single or double breasted. -
See our Show Windows
TarK. SSI Wat drop
The Clothiers
Card el Tbinki.
Charles and lUchard Knoblauch
anJ other members of the family
request The Eagle to express their
sincere thanka to the many kind
friends whose courtesies and mini
strations In connection with the
death and burial of their brother,
Hugo Knoblauch, were of such In
valuable assistance and consolation.
Each aud all will be held in grateful
Order Eaitera Star.
A regular wee ting of Bryau Chap
ter No. 222 Order of the Eastern
Star will be held this afternoon at 3
o'clock at Masonic hall. Work f
initiation on hand. All members
are requested to attend.
Mrs. Edna Mlnkert, W. M.
Mrs. Lena F. Heed, Seo'y.
Benefit Episcopal Church.
At the Holler Hhik tonight M) per
cent ot the receipts will be applied
to the benefit of th Episcopal
church. Everybody Is cordially In
vited to attend. ll'J
Attention Elk.
I.vkTuUr mtlnir tnierijt t rt
o'clock sharp. A irooe attendance
is urgently requested.
Geo. A. Adams, F. C Oliver.
Secretary, Exalted Knler.
Mrs. J. W. Hill left yesterday for
Frankfort. Ky., after a visit to Mr.
and Mrs. T. K. Lawrence and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Clarke.
The concert given under the
direction of the L. S. Hose Chap
ter, U. D. C, Monday night at the
opera house for the benefit of the
U. D. C. state convention fund,
attracted an appreciative audience
and the epleudid program, hereto
fore published, was given and much
enjoyed, and a nice eutn realized
towards the elate convention en
tertainment fund. The ladies re
Uei the Kagle to express their
thanks fir the favor and substan
tial encouragment with which
the entertainment was received.
The Skatinc Rink.
Will tonicht be in charge of a
special committee and one-half of
the receipts will go to the Episcopal
church as a benefit fund. There will
he a large Crowd and a nice pleasaut
time for all. 119
"All things work together for
good to them that love the Lord"
was the subject of an inspiring aer
mon by Rev. Martin at the revival
service yesterday morning. Fol
lowing the service there were two
additions to the church by state
ment and three for baptism, the
latter being Aline Kohde, Margaret
Dawson and Ray Wiley.
Rev. Martin on last night con
tinued the subject of Monday
night, and will preach tonight on
"What Becomes of the Sins of a
There were two conversion at
the close of the service Ut nightf
also three additions to the church,
W. II. Hell, Lurline lloutoh and
Mary Kvans.
All prfona having bills against
Hugo Kiuililauch. deceased, will
please file them at once with J no.
M. Lawrence A Co., or present same
tome. Chas. V. Knoblauch.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Roe lime ana
Mrs. Delia Mann, called here to at
teud the funeral of Hugo Knoblauch,
returned home yesterday to KeUl.
Mr. and Mrs. itm It. Henderson
left last night for Waco, where Mr.
Henderson will attend th Knight
Templar grand cominaiulery.
The A. and M. and the Houston
League team played a fine game of
bsee ball at College ye-terday af
ternoon, score 1 to 0 in favor of
Iiounton. College battery Smith
and Wexendorf; Houston Fran
cis and Kelley. .Struck out by
Smith 10; by Francis 10. Hits '
Houston 3; A. and M. 4.
Dainty lingerie princess dresses
and long silk gloves, ail colors.
ll'J Mra. Mary Lawrence.
Woolen Mil wear
Argue as they will, one fact remains: Cotton
adulterated cloth will neither keep its shape nor
wear under any conditions. Pure woolen cloth
wilL Our Stcin-Bloch Smart Clothes are made
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The only reason why cotton is substituted for
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are tailored, they will be untrustworthy. Stein
l'.locli employ no mercerized or cotton adulter
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wool, and the clothes made from them wear and
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