Newspaper Page Text
, ""''n 7 nT f"
to) 1 T " SEASONABLE SPICrAILTliCS:. A. rJ 4 Id Natlcaal Clscull co.'s FRUIT CAUES I IJ. Ml 5 toS. 2 I v i 5. 1. 1 n pi v PLU', PUDDINGS u:i 2li. Tlas. r.HNGE r.lCAT CrgiMiaci.. . !::$, Oiscrts. trull N:ls j n 3 n5S. tmsMnr3p entasis it::: ju:::i ci son rass MM CriNCES. ANUS. IWiUS t ft EDI CI rt::cs n til fit IflU For , Hi)nt-qix room , house ,, car Allen Academy. Apply to Mr: 8. H lliggs. , , , 12 ' ..v ,:.... Sheriff B. M. Nail returned yester day from Sherman, having made au agreement with ofllcers there secur ing the payment of the fine sod costs owed by lluliuea iu a pinto! caM term, Mr. and 'Mrs. C. A. Stewart left yes tcrdsy for Galveston, where "Mrs. Stewart, who hat beeu III for several daya, will enter an Infirmary. They expect to return In about two weeks. Hon. W. J. lryn' itw al th 0Mtra bouuo ou , Christinas eve will not begin until after the Cbrlstmss trees are held, giving everybody's chance to attend the tree and the lecture aim. HARRIS .& CO. AGENCY I am agent for A. Harris & Co., of Dallas. 1 Ioliday sale this week. One-fourth off on all Icaher poods; one-half on Millinery, and large re duction In Sujt Department All orders wil receive prompt atten tion. Fhonc 308. Mrs. Mattic Mike II . ' FASSENGEX TRAIN SCMCDILES. ' H. A T. CJSCHEDULE No. S Nerta bound.... No; 3 Nota bound..,. No, 2 South bound .. No. 4 South bound . l . in p. m. ....12:46 a. m. ,...340 p. tn. 2:48 a. m .1.40. N. SCHEDULE No. 102 North bound 10 50 No. 101 South houod.... P- m IX)N(i CLOAKS. ; Wc arc eliuwiiiK extra value i:i Indies'' ami Children's Un CIoak.- See thenu WaRtKT & Urariilon. ' I ' 1 1 20 PER CENT OFF. Special ' A5 r cent off retilar price on till Japanese and Mcmc.hi drawn work for this week t-n!;. Wagticr & I'.randiHt " , ; i-ive Million Chili Rye at Tay lor's r.ar. - -: : ' 6 - A Moore of Kurtou waa In the city jeaterday. KuRone C. Wake of Houston wa In tbo city -ourJjr. Vr. W. P. Jonea of Harvey waa In th city yoawrdny. J. W.' McMahon of Navanota a In the city yeaterday. Remington typewriter rUmh at Cavitt's Dnig Store."-' 6 T. W. Wortblnnton waa In from the Braxoa bottom yesterday. Uaa Frankle Arntstrons la bere from llearne on a vilt. J. Y. Henry returned to Mart yea terday after a rtitit bere. Qllaa Zylpha lUmnier left yesterday Tor her homo In Galveaton. , ' lira. M. E. Moommu of Kurten re turned yeeterday from Calvert. A nice tot k of fruits and nuts a Howell & Newton's. 10 Morgan CIokb of the Harris neigh borhood wa In the city yeaterday. Will be oH'n every night from now until CbrlHtmaa. ' lluctianaii Moore oo, . - r u w Mr. 8. E. Andrewa of College ha re turned from a vUlt to potuts In 1111 uula. lra. T. U. Royder and Mra. Ed Carll were vUitora from Wellborn yea trday. - II. Z. .T."-Wltoon .of Ihe Walker neighborhood calle-l on ibe HaRle yea terday. Mra. Ethel Goolwln and MIh Amber Caraon returned from M llano yester day accompanied by W. T. Ramaey and family. - - v. ', Dr. and Mra. W. F. Clom and Mra. Ftinnle Holland of the Kurten com munity left yeiU;rday to apend the holidays In Alabama. ? ' Tom Garth ha arrived from New Orivna. where he U In the employ of the Illinois Central railway, to spend the holldaya with hit mother. Mrs. F. I Garth and family. FURS. FURS. Exceptional Tallies in Furs. All thk season's stles. price fritn $l.oo ot$l5.un. agticr Hratjxlon. n FUNERAL OF MRS. WILL KINNEY. The funeral of itr: W. 1L Klnwy of Ennla was brld yesterday aftr noon from U realdence of her pex enta, Mr., and Mrs. W, C Uoyett, a large numbor of tbo friends of tbe family bnlug proavnL Dr. Geo. B. but ler conducted tbe service, which waa concluded at Ute cmnetery. Tbe re mains were laid to rest In a vault ' TJie party who"' ram ' down from KtmlH 'included ?Tr. W. II. Kinney and littlo son, Mr. Thomas Kluney, Mr. and Mra. Ivan Boyett, Mr Emuaa Hammock, Mrs. Edna Knox, Who went to Ennls the night of Mrs. Kinney's death; Messrs. C. J. WaddelJ. C. ll. Peters. G. W. Uutler. P. O. Rollins and A. P. Dietrich. nimibra of tbo Divis ion til Ilrothnrbood of Loomotlve Engineers of Ennls. who were the pall bearers. W , .. iF'ryrl TP Vol . rn ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 vx ii M at J kind that n ,s j Correct I On the Corner I FARMERS' UNION MEETS AT , HARVEY. The next quarterly meeting of the Braxos County Farmers' I'nlon will be held with the Harvey local union Sat urday, Jan. 4. A full attendance of the member from all the locals In the county Is dcrlred J. K.. Preanal and daughtors of Ta bor were In the city yeaterday. ' Hi-Dry Jlowman of Dencbleywas in the city yesterday. , . Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Cook of Steep Hollow were In the city yesterday. Otborn Driver arrived from Court ney yesterday tor the bulldaya. , . D. C. Hargrove and family were vis itors from Gi lines county yesterday. Sam Dunn of Wheelork was In the city yesterday. Ren Edison of Wellborn was la the city yesterdsy. , . ,., , W. T. Isbell of Waco was In the city yesterday. J. .W. Shepsrd of Kurten was In the city yesterday. . , , . W. E. Johnson left yesterday . to visit In Dallas. - " " Mra. Tf. R. Dixon waa a visitor from -llenchley yesterday. ., , Dyer rettmed yesterday from an eastern Texai trip W. E. Graham tit. Rock Prairie waa In the city yesterday. -Mrs. S. M. Derden has returned af ter an extended visit In Beaumont. Mrs. 'P. N. Causey and Mrs. Pender were victors from Wellborn yester day. ' For Runt Jan 1, building on Main street now ocupied by Howell Lumber Co., also second floor room In Howell building, southern exposure. Apply to Dr. J. W. Howell. 12 The Ladies' Guild or the St An drew's Episcopal church will have a cake and candy aale on Saturday, De cember 21. at City Hall, beginning at two O'clock p. m. All are Invited (R) lfncle Mark Wilcox was In the city yesterday accompanied by several of bU sixteen grandchildren. He was enjoying himself very much with them snd said they were celebrating "Grandpa's Pv." . Ijite reports from Judge John N. Henderson of Dallat Indicate that his lllnetk has reached a most critical stage. This Information Is a source of deep concern to his many friends throughout the state. Don't fail to sec the famous Harlow & Wilson's Greater New York MinstreU at the Opera House on next Friday night. Hec. 20th. Sjxccial low prices to suit the times. Price 75c, 50c 25c. W. P. Connelly of Austin Is In tbe city and called on tbe Eagle last night His daughter. Miss Ruby Con nelly, a pupil of the Villa Maria Academy, will accompany him borne for the holidays, unless Mr. Connelly is called east n a business trip be fore rehiring to Austin. i -.. 53 n r Man 9s Ctoplsfczz s 1 IS 1 I'. U.Vp i '.' v ' You know how d.lT.cult it it to pick out the right ChrisUnas presentor a man; even if you ask hiahe can't tell you &what he . wants. There's a way to suit him perfectly; bay his Chrirtnras present in a store where only men's good e are scld, the store where he buys his own clothes when he needs any. ?This is" the store for it: you'll find' us prepared to 1 show you the right things for ' any man's Christmas and at j "prices within easy reach of - vour Durse. , ... . I 0 Vx,' Below We Offer Just a Few Sunnestions. 1 CI! ... T-TnrllfrrViJfc Hnlf Hnp 25c to $1.50 5c to $1.00 ' 10c to 50c J I ! Slippers Smoking tTk'ts BatK Robes 75c to $20- $5.00 to $10.00 $3.50 1 $7X0 !Fancy " Vests Pajamas 'Night Shirts $1.00 to $5.00 - $1.00 to $2.50 - 50c to $1.00 . a; uif.w i,( I ",v'"- ' t iWatcri Fobs Guff Buttons Scarf Pins 50c to $3.00 25c to 53.W - ' 3Z0c to iUmbrellas Suit-Cases c iHand Bags $1.00 to $7.50 $1.50 to J25.00 $1.00 to $10.00 Parks Waldrp the Clothiers. . .... APPOINTCO RECEIVER. Hon. 8am Strhtton of Waco, repre sentative from Mclennan County, has been apK)Inted receiver In the Invol untary bankruptcy case of Kopecky & Merka at Denchley. Guy M. Board Is assisting him in his work as stenographer. A r 6-TO NEW YORK. f Prof. W. C. Welborn. of the A. M l College haa gone to New York to look after arrangementa for bis new text book on agriculture designed for use In the public schools. Police Colonel Killed. ' St. TMfrr)iirg. Dec. 19.- Pollce Co'e net Kalchak were killed and sevrrn! of hl subordinate of rice rs and rcn wounded In a flpht which followed an attempt to sesrch a house. In h Vam Wand section of the city. The police were put to flight and the revo lutionists escspedt FIX UP FOR CHRISTMAS. Let me polish your furniture, and hardwood before the holidays. Only expert workmen employed. Satls'ae tlon guaranteed. Phone 139. (Dec. 2S.) J- W.Ar.cn. Hear W. J. Brin lecture at the GranJ Opera House Dec.? 24th. Tickets on sale at Howell New ton'f. Reserved Kits, ll.HO. Jevt Must Leave. . St. Petersburg. Dec 19.A diipaJca received here from Vladivostok de clares th Jews hsve beea ofdered to depart within four days. Jewish prop erty holders, however, are given eigh teen days In which to liquidate. Crew Hsd Narrow Escape. Vlneard Haven, Mass., Dee. 1. The three-masted schooner Jesse Pnr low of My-ttle. Conn, was run down and sunk la Pollock Rip slough by th tug Lehigh. Her crew of six men narrowly escaped. "THE RED SPECTRE." The Red 8poclre." and "Just la Time." two new pictures are having a run at the opera house. "Tbe Red Spectre" Is an Imported hand-eolord French picture, anil has attracted a great deal of attention everywhere. - . . , " X. XV SSL SPECIAL CUT PRICES. . ... .- y S mmmmw 99 H I FT FY SX. fT IT rTk 7 Tl f iTT MONDAY. DECEMBER 16, UNTIL SATURDAY LadiSs' ting Coats, Shirts, Furs, Silk Waists, Sateen Petticoats, and Rugs LHM,V4J .P . . . ...i: rt cave monev on new merchandise Ucforc the season is half over.-' Ve must reduce our stocas in mcsc unn. yr Ladies 15.00 fine Voil skirts in brovvn onlv, silk trimmed, bias folds. If we CjG OC have your size. 4UoV Ladle ' 10.00 fine tngli.h P" skii.s. all wool skirts, colors Ef black anJ brown, cut price... Ladies fine domestic Panama skirts, colors navy, brown, black and giay. O 'l AS 4.50 value, cut price........ 75 sample skirts, assorted colors met , lals, worth 2.50 to 4-50. cut Qfl mice 1.75 to tilsV.U t -dies' 48-in length tan coats, CI A Afy 6.50 vulue, cut price tJJ'Tol J ladies 50-in W.i:k embroidered QC QC ccats, 8-50 value, cut yrice... Lauics 0-in length Keisey cloth coats, beautifully braided on collar and cuffs with inlay of velvet, colors ca?tor and black; 12.50 value, gJJ Ladie extre fin rey c rth 5-ln cosit. tsndiomely Mimmed.ts f oke' C 1 il QZ light lan, br ntor snd blk. J j M J is iui ilu. cut Mice Ladies fine tailored silk w ist, all J.00 styles, collars brown and bUc-. C hQ Choice, cut price PJwMS 73 pieces Francis T. Simmons Tin; French kid two clasp gloves, former prue 1.50, on account of broken sires and sor.-.e . slightly spotted.we wiil close then 4 Q out at Per pail TXU , ?5 black sateen petticoats, cut price... 89c ..75 black sateen petticoats, cut price- 1.2) 2 00 black sateen petticoats, cut price.. 1.65 RUGS'GRUGS! Our entire selection cf line Moxiuet. elvct and Wilton rugs, verv handsome designs, sizes 30x72 QA yfl inches, 7.00 values, cut to . . , Vf All 2.00 Wilton rugs 24x36 inch, Q AO cut to Each rplo'stlJ These are handsome and appropriate for Christmas presents. Don't delay, come today and save one-fourth on your Christmas purchases. J Phone 129 WILSON & BERBEN $ Phonne 12$) 0