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IN THE GROCERY BUSINESS I desire to announce that I have purchased the Grocery business of Oansby & Dansby and invite the pat ronage of the public, guaranteeing the best goods and service. My long ex perience in the Grocery business is well known to the people of Bryan, and I will at all times keep the best and freshest goods to be had. The same force of employes remain with the house. ID) UfchL ..PHONE 114.. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. H. A T. C. 6CHEDULE. JfORTH BOCKD THAI.: So. 3 1:88 p.m. No. :M oj. SOUTH BOUND TftAIXI Net . :40 p.m. No. a I:8a.m. I. & O. N. SCHEDULE. OUTH BOCXD TRAISl.t No. 101 arrlT at 4:44 p. m. NOMTB BOUHD TKAINt. No. 102 arrets at lu:10 a. m t 10 bolts of black vlvt ribbon at Norwoujs. 211 M. 1'aVker left for San Antonio jesttntajr. 100 bolt of black velvet ribbon at Norwood'. 211 Lum UolJen was here from Tabor yesterday. luO bolt of black ve Ivet ribbon at Norwood a. 2l A". A. Dean wm In town from Ta ' b.r yesterday. I0u bolt of black velvet ribbon at Norwood!. 81 J. B. O'den wii up from Welborn yesterday. :0 bolts new Red Seal Uluijhain at Norwood'. 811 Cleo. Foster of Myer was In town yesterday. 'JO bolta She-vloL and boy's waists at Norwood's. .21 , Albert Bullock was in from Har vey yesterday. Oscar Wilcox of Tabor was in town yesterday. W. F. 'ayu of Payne rrairle was her yesterday. E. I.. Myers was her from Cam- rou yesterday. J. A. I). Robinson was litre from M. 1). Newton came in yesterday from a business trip. Mrs. Hat IVck left for tier bom In Corslcaua yesterday. J. II. HartK'ic returned to his home in Hearne yesterday. Walter Wilcox was a visitor from Tabor to th city yesterday. Women' I'ajama In wlilte. blue aud pink. Mary Lawrence. dtf Miss Robbie S-aIe returned t her Iiouie lu Benchley yesterday. Mr. J. Webb Howell and sou arrived yesterday from Ualveatou. NEW GOODS Cream of Wheat (irape Nut Epg-o-Se Royal Seal Oats 2 lb cans Try a package . WHEN IN SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT KINDLY REMEMBER US. We keep our tock complete with F K E S II ( U O C E H I E S. Our bueineM continues to grow every month. We appreciate the patronage of the people and give tbem in return good valu for their money. If you are not a cuetomt-r we want you to be. Everything Sold under a Guarantee. PHONE HIGGS & WlcCULLOCH BUTTER KEPT ON ICE W. F. HayRood and family of Bryan and J. W. Hay good and fami ly of Benchley were the guest of Mr. and Mr. W.-II. Hay good dur ing the reunion. Madlaonville Me teor. International 6 Great Northern engine No. 120 had the misfortune to run it front truck off yesterday morning, but was soon placed back on the track with little trouble and delay. For One fresh bread aud cake of all kind call at the Texas, Bakery. Careful attention to special order. Prion W. Mr. Otto Hoebine. tf Mrs. Lucy K lug of Bryan arrived lasKThursday on a visit to relatives and friends here and at Connor Madlsonvltle Meteor. Ladles I am offering some ejc tally irood values in Walking skirts and Silk Shirt Waist Suit at great ly reduced prices. Mary Lawrence, dtf Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Lemon left yesterday for Aimtin, where thy go to visit their daughter, Mrs. Al bert tlayne. Mlsse Lizzie and Jauie Haygood and their guest. Miss Bennie Tinder of Madison county, called on the Eagle vesterday. Every pair of children's drop stitch storking, value '.'5c, your cholc now 15c. Norwood. 21 i Mrs. T. M. Ewlng and daughter, Miss Llllle, were In the city yester. from I'itt bridge. ' The Eagle is glaJ to learn that D Mike Jr.. is able to sit up after a severe illness. Jno. A. Moore Jr. left on a busi ness trip to north Texas yesterday Ed FarUhar of Navasota was among Bryan visitors yesterday. Mr. Blanche Keuuedy of Houston is visitli g hr pareut la the city. Misses Winnie and Katlo Hen derson are vlsttirg iu Cameron. E. McDonald and daughter were here yesterday from Edge. Mrs. Julia Knowle left for her home in Hearn yesterday. Wanted At once a first class gin tier. Apply S. Parker. tf W. S. Mini was here from the Krsx' s bottott yesterday. W. H. Wiley was iu from Thomp son creek yesterday. Horace Jones of Providence was her yesterday- Pot tutu Cocoaout Daintie Premium Hun Uneeila liingerWafr ri Saratoga Flakes Social Tea (Jrshain Cracker Fancy assortment of CLe Sandiche Frotana Wafer of Telmo Tea. NEED OF . . 142 Final Redaction tn MerfsSlrabv Hais Nothing reserved, all this season's styles in splits, Sennits, Porto Ricans, and genuine Panamas. All $1.50 Hats $1.00 1.25 1.50 2.00 2.25 All $7.00 Hats All $2.50 Hats All $3 00 Hats All $3 50 Hats TarK SSI ...Waldrop The Clothiers. Mrs. W. S. Adam left yesterday for Denver, where she will join her husband for a few week' pleasure lu the mouutaiua. Mis Willie Mae Brock man aud Miss Helen Conway will leave to day fora visit to Miss Maud Carpen ter of Waco. Mesdamea Burger, Ellm. Slylleld and Miss Elleu Rlgsby left yester day for Austin to attend the en campment. Mr. M. E. Reyuold Wt yester day to visit her on, Eugene Rey- uoldaui family, in Somervllle. For Sa.e Large bay horse, gentle for family use. Apply to W. L. (Moss or at Ilunnlcutt's stable. 112 Mrs. Clifford Harris aud daughter. Miss Irma, have returned to their home at Bryan. Martin Democrat. Mrs. Ed WhlV of Austin returned to her home yesterday atter visiting friend and relatives here. Mr. E. B. Lomax and her mother. Mr. Kelly, and Miss Raudle are visiting friend In Austin. Every pair of children droptitcli stocking, value 25c, your choice now lie. Norwood. 8ll W. L. Houstou's little daughter Margaret who has been sick some time is some better. Every ralr of children' drop titch itockings, value 25c, your choice now 16c. Norwood. 214 D. M. Howard came from Iola to meet hi family who have been vl. Iting iu Houston. Every pair of children's dropstltcb stockings, value Z'c, your choice now 15c. Norwood . 214. R. R. Elli and family left ou a visit to Groesbeck and other North Texas point. Munroe Mallett of Mesa left for North Texas ou a proapectiuir tour yesterday. Mis Ruby Reed of Bryan I visiting Mr. and Mr. J. B. Laskl. Marliu Democrat. Mrs. Steel and aon, Austin, left for a pleasure trip to Fort Worth yesterday. Henrr Haygood and Spot Holli were over from Madisou county yes terday. Mis Daisr Worley left yesterday for Corsicana and Waco to v'.sit friends. Mrs. M. A. Henry left for Mart yesterday to visit her on. R. L. Henry. J. T. Richardson was here from the Fountain farm yesttrday. i CAPT, THOMAS JOHNSON DEAD. Capt. Thorn Johm-on, age 77 year 1 month and 4 daye, oV-i in Austin reeterliy afternoon, where ho hat rVen for th ps-t twelve month;). Thia well know aai b-loved gentleman was born in Richmond, Virgini. July 7tb, 1S2, and moved with bis parent to Nah ville, Tennessee when 1'J years old. From Nashville he came to Texas in 1801 and settled in what is now known as the Walker eitlement and for over f.rtv veara waa knoa n to all old fettlera and other people of Brazos County a an honest, upright and christian gen teman and many friend in the county will regret to.learn that be ie gone. Capt. Jobneon was married in 18CG to Miaa Margaret E. Henry who died a good many year ago, leaving him a large family. He ejent moet of his life in Brazos county teaching school, but when be moved to Bryan wa elected Justice of the Peace, which office he held with credit to bimtelf and the general satisfaction of the public. Four children survive: Mre. J V. Brogdon of Bryan, Mr. J. E. Ham of Cre?ion, H. II. John, eon of Waco and S. C. Johnson of Marlin. Capt. Johnson having made Li home for a number of years with his daughter, Mrs. J. V. CrngJon of thia city. The remains will arrive by the I. Jc O. N. train from Aunin thia afternoon at 4:14 and conveyed to the reeidence of his son-in-law, Mr. J. V. Brogdon, in the eastern part of the city. The funeral will le held at nine o'clock in the morn ing at the reeidence bv Her. J. D. tteet, interment at the Henry Cemetery one mile north of Alex andra church by the aide of his wife, at noon. The following marriage license were issued to: Richard Studentsky and Acta Materanek. B. F. Moore aud Delia McMillan. Will Williama and Lillie Roundtree. Mrs. H. H. Henry and children re turned from a visit to Mr. and Mr. Sam Johnson of Marlin. .. Adams, assiitant claim agent of the I. A (i. N. passed through yes terday on a business trip. Mrs. Hurl of McKluney ta the guest of Mrs. O. H. Austin. Mi Ira Maud Camp left for a visit to Navasota yesterday. V. J. Meleoky of Leonard I here visiting ftlend aud relative. Mis Lena Board of Waco it here visiting Mis Irene Board J. L. Fountain came la yesterday from hi rauch. Society new on page 4. H. & T. C. EXCURSIONS. Austin State Encampment Sll August 4 to 17 Inclusive; limit Aug. 21). Rate via Hearne 3.90 for round trip. lialveston, account Odd Fellows (colored ), sell August 0 and morning of "th; rate 7:M. Dallas, account Sheriffs' Associa ti.m. aell Auwust 8 aud morning of nth, limit 12th; rate $5 W5. Roanoke, Va , account National Firemen; ell Aug. 11, 12. an J l'l. limit 22. rate t:V7.10. Milwauke accouut Ordr of Eagle sell Aug. 11, 12. and 13. Peoria account National Eucaiup ment, sell Aug. 18 and 19. Corsicana. account negro fair, sell Aug. 28, 2y. 30. rate for round trip 4.40. For train passing Bryan 1:38 p. m. Aug. 81 aud 12:4-1 a. m. .sept. I rate will be fl.&O Dalla, account African Methodist Association, sells Aug. 16 and morn ing of 17th, rate 15.95. Dallas, account Democratic Con vention, sells Aug. 11. 12. 13, and morning of 14, lituUed 20. rate 15 95. Fort Worth, account Royal Acha tes, sell Spt. 5. and morning of 6, rate 30. Calvert, account Free Mission Baptist Association, sell Aug. 21, 22. rate 115. Dallas, account Rural Letter Car riers, sell Sept. 2. 3. rate I8.0. Houston, account colored B. i . P. sell Aug. 19. l. limited to . rate e i.fio. Houaton-Ualvestou excursion. sell 3:40 p. m. Aug. 11. aud 2:38 a. in. Auir. 12, limited to Monday even ing, rate 21'0 Galveston, $1.95 Hous ton. Oklahoma City, account Order of Hoo Hoo. sell Sept. 7. 8, 9, limited to II. rat 14.10. Mexico City, rate Aug. 15 to Sept. 1 and Sept. 3 to 14. St. Paul, Minn., account O. A. It. encampment, sells Aug 9. 10, rate 33.CO. !A MAW IS ALL WE WANT To convince you that your Grocery orders cannot be placet to better advant age than with usr. A SPECIAL STUDV Is made of the wants of our customer as the season change. Draw on 'our Roady-to-Gervo Stock now and save hot weather i i y wortc Ring 78 and 54 and we will do the rest LAWREWCE & C H. H. Henry J. V. Brogdon R. L Brogdon HENRY & BROGDON BROS Wholesale and Retail GRAIN DEALERS and LIVERYIM Livery Business Exclusively (or White Patronage Fresh Stock ol FEEDSTUFFS ALWAYS ON HAND Feed Store 'phone No. 53 The Bryan Brokerage Company COMMISSION BROKERS Cotton, Stocks, Grain and Provisions REFERENCE: CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. GROESBEECK BY PERMIIO.V. Southwest corner For Information Zanettl Block. call Phon Wi. Complete line of Information and' Comment. W. B. HERBERT, Manager Fire Omisuirainice OX FURNITURE PAID IN FULL FIFTEEN DAYS AFrER NOTICE OF LOSS, gulck settlement of all cfaims at 100 cents on the dollar I our motto. We.ellth BEST ANDONLY THF BEST FIRE. LIFE. LIVESTOCK or anything tu the Insurance Hue. W. A. W ATKINS, Agent, GET OUR PRICES OUR m BRA IS ALWAYS COMPLETE AND FRESH. WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. PHONE 376 WILSON GRAIN & COAL CO. Rf i S. H. Still offer the Beit Inducements. ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS Seasonable Market Products. Experienced Service. Best Cold Storage equipment Give os your business. We guarantee to please. 3 t anu worry. The most fashionable TURNOUTS in the city. BOARDERS A Specialty Stable 'phone 42 CALL ON US OfS ovr itis wfiole un bout STOCK OF AND FEED "The Old Reliable" FRANKLIN'S MEAT MARKETS