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1 EMMIES 1 m Premium Breakfast Bacon and Hams Make red gravy. Spotless Flour Makes delightful biscuit. FOR SALE BY Hi 1 THE GROCEf I'hones 22 and 114 0 PASSENGER TRAIN SCHEDULES. H. & T. C. Schedule. No. 3 North Bound 1:38 p.m. No. 5 North Dound 12:46 a. m. No. 2 South Dound 3:40 p. m. No. 6 North Bound 2:48 aTm. I. & G. N. Schedule. INo 14, North 12:54 p. m. No. 15, South 4:14 p. m. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Betlle Bell Is visiting at Bench Icy. J. H. Reed of Harvey was In the city yesterday. Percy SlianilH was here from Waco yesterday. Dr. J. L. Fountain went to Galveston yesterday. MIhs Nannie Berrynian is visiting at KIlKore. J. P. (iilpin of Kurten was in the city yesterday. Ben Eidsoo of Wellborn was In the city yenterday. Mrs. C. C. fU-nle l-ft yesterday to visit at llenehley. Gen. Fl. B. Stoddard returned from HotiHton yeterday. Joe Sample of Cottonwood wuk In the city yesterday. C. ('. Mcnea wan In from the Hra ros bottom yesterday. K. L. Gannaway left yesterday for Hamlin, Jones county. Mrs. R. V. Kernole has returned af ter a visit In Houston. Miss Hattle White has rtetirned af ter a visit In Navusota. U)iils Stephan left yesterday to visit Houston and Hempstead. Mrs. 1. S. Tllson of Houston Ih visit ing her mother. Mrs. M. Parker. Miss Gertrude Crawford of Mllllcan Ik the Ritest of Miss I'na Y eager. W. C. Johnson of Beaumont Is here visiting his mother, Mrs. J. W. John Hon. Get your dry goods at Kdge Dry Goody Company while you can pet them at cost. 71 Wanted Young buggy horse, gentle and safe for lady to drive. Apply to Mrs. C. F. Moore. 71 Miss Jesslo Goodman of the Texas Wonians' College returned yesterday after a visit In Franklin. Milton Kverett. a press representa tive of Dallas, called on the Eagle while In the city yesterday. Edge Dry Good Company are selling the goods. Don't miss this opportun ity to get your spring good 71 Miss Ixila Baker, who has been em ployed at Carter's Studio, left yester day morning for Sulphur Springs. Mrs. A. M. Ferguson arrived yester day from Sherman to attend the fun eral of her father, Mr. Sam R. Hender son. Don't fall to visit Edge Bry Goods Company store every day this week while you can get your dry goods at New York priceB. 71 Marriage licenses havt'Jteen Issued t John Dove and Katie Smith, Will Ixive and MaggiijrFlKurn,""PrluiU8 Hol land and Ella Hfcatley. Mrs. G. S. Parker and Mrs. Win. Rlgby will give a tea for benefit of Kplscopa! church at 3 p. iu., Thursday at the home of Mrs. Parker. 70 Rev. W. S. Red of Hempstead and Miss Aila Roiles and Krwln Rodes of Navasota were here yesterday to attend the funeral of Mr. Sam R. Hen derson. Judge Jno. M. Green of Yoakum, mubmer of the board of directors of the A. and M. College, was in the city yesterday and left for Houston In the afternoon. Fresh Eread, Cakes, etc., at the Texas Bakery, Mrs. Otto Eoehme, Proprietor. d-tf If your Eyes are Giving you Trouble .. CONSULT. J. W. PAYNE OPTOMETRIST At Caldwell's Jewelry Store. r EXAMINATION FREE L FULL MILITARY DUTY RESUMED. Total of Three Hundred and Fifty-Six Enrolled up to Last Might Boy Drew Arms. The Eagle learned rrom College last night that there were a total of 346 students enrolled up to last night, of whom 325 Wr on the grounds and ?1 absent on ftfrlough. Arms were drawn by the cadets yesterday afternoon and full military duty has been resumed. Work in all the departments Is pro gressing nicely. J. W. MATHIS CUT YESTERDAY. Information was received here yes terday afternoon of trouble between Mr. J. W . Mathla and Mr. Burpo Smith of the Reliance community yes terday morning, iu which it is stated, Mr. Mathls was cut more than once nnj quite serously, but it was not be lieved fatally. The parties to the af fair are well known farmers of the county. Further details of the affair could not be learned. ATTENDED HENDERSON FUNERAL Judge T. I'. Bulllngtn and R. P. Sid dall of Anderson, K. H. and A. P. Terrell and and H. N. Bissell of Nav asota, members of lvanlioe Coniinan dery of this city, were here yesterdav to attend the funeral of Mr. Sun R. Henderson. FORM A PARTNERSHIP. O. C. Greer of Ft. Worth was in the city yesterday in conference wth Al oii?o Carter The gentlemen have formed a partnership and will operate studios in both Bryan and Ft. Worth with first-class photographers in charge. Further announcement will be made later. ORDER EASTERN STAR. All members ere requested to attend a meeting of Bryan Chapter, No. 2T1, O'der of the Eastern Star, at the M.i s( ulc idge room this afternoon at 3 clock. Mrs. W. F. Gibbs, Mrs. J. B. Mike, Secretary. Worthy Mntro i LADIES. I will spend next Wednesday an.i Thursday In Dallas. All orders will bo given careful attention. Mrs. Mary Lawrence, agent Tlche-Goettinger Co. of Dallas. 72 APPOINTED TRUSTEE. , Mr. W. C. Davis has returned from Houston where he was appoint-d trus tee in the involuntarp bankruptcy proceedings ngainst George Nedbalek. The Young Ladles' Bible Class of the Christian church will meet at the home of Pastor Challenner this after noon at 4 o'clock. The choir and teachers' meeting will be held at tne church tonight in lieu of the prayer meeting service. Mr. Carter aold his studio to Mr. O. C. Greer of Ft. Worth and will give possession next Monday. March 2nd. Mr. Carter will continue his work here the remainder of this week. All those who wish to pose for a picture will please make engagements by phone. 72 "Health Coffee" is really the closest Imitation ever yet produced. This, the finest coffee substitute ever made, has recently been produced by Dr. Shoop of Racine, Wis. Not a grain of real coffee in It either. Health Cof fee la made from pure toasted cereals, with malt, nuts, etc. Really It woud fool an expert who might drink It for coffee. No twenty or thirty min utes boiling. "Made In a minute" Bays the doctor. Sold by Jno. M. Lawrence & Co. dtf I2BSSZS1 Shoes For Every Occasion No matter what you wish them fur, whether for ad:iy's tramp, an afternoon of sport, an evening of society, or for business, there is an appro priate and reliable Walk 'Over style for that partfcular oc casion. Walk-Over shoes are shoes of the hour and for every hour of the day and night. Thousands of people know it, do you? The style we illustrate is the Kialto, one of our sweilest dress styles, made of fine patent colt, and finished in the usual high grade Walk Over way. Price $4 Parks & Waldrop The Clothiers I NOTICE ELKS. Regular meeting of the lodge tonight at 8: P.O. Buiness of importance and initiation. All members are request ed to be present. R. W. Howell, E. R. REPLY TO.QllERIES. "A Subscriber" asks, 1. What are the dimensions of Yellowstone Na tional Park? 2. Give the line which formerly marked the boundary be tween Oklahoma and Indian Territory? 1. The Yellowstone Park is a frac tion less tha f.O miles square and con tains 357.1 square miles. 2. The line which formerly separ ated Oklahoma and Indian Territory began at the piont where the 98th meridian crosses Red river, thence north with said meridian to the South Canadian river; thence down said riv er to the point where it crosses merid ian 06:43; thence north to the north Canadian river; thence down said river to meridian 96:35; thence north to a point opposite the mouth of Ci marron river; thence east to merid ian 96; thence north to the southern boundry of Kansas. EAPTIST REVIVAL MEETING IN APRIL. Evangelist T. N. Compton of New- York has accepted the invitation of the First Baptist church of this city to as r.ist the pastor and the church in a se ries of special revival meetings to be Kin on April .rith (1st Sunday. Evan Celist Compton has had twelve years fxporenoe in evangelistic work and the Lot d has honored his labors. He in a man of deep piety and splendi I pulpit ability. G. B. Butler. Pastor. WATCHMAN OVERPOWERED. Six Masked Men Tackle Him and Then Blew Open Steel Safe. New Orleans, Feb. 25. Six masked robbers overpowered the night watch man at the plant of the Lee Lumber company at Tioga, near here, at an early hour Tuesday, and after securing the man, blew open the large steel sife in the company's office. It is not known exactless how much money the robbers got, but they took all the val uables In the snfe, including several gold watches an 1 gold chains and num ber of checks. Sheriff David and posse started in pursuit .of tho thieves. Due to Grief. Little rtock. Feb. 25. Grief over the death a year ago of her husband caused Mrs. Anna Augusta Schnable to suicide. MR.' SAM R. HENDERSON DEAD. Oldest Member Brazos . County Bar, Former Nepresentatlve and High Degree Mason Cone. As briefly tnnounced in the Eagl yesterday. Mr. Sam - R. Iicndursf.n breathed bis last at his home in th!s city yenterday morning at 3 o'clock, in the presence of members of the family and friends. He had been in falling health for some months and confined to his homo for ten days or two weeks, but his Illness had not as sumed its critical phase until some three days ago, and even after that time it was hoped that he would rally from the attack. His death was therefore a surprise to many and a deep sorrow to all. Samuel Red Henderson was born at Old Washington Washington county, Texas, August 19, 1854. and was ac cordingly In his fifty-fifth year. He was the son of Thomas S. and Harriet Red Henderson, and was educated at the Texas Military Institute at Austin and Baylor University, and received his training for the leal profession at Cumberland University of Lebanon, Tenn. Mr. Henderson located in Bry an about 1S75, and was the filest member of the Brazos County Bar at the time of his death. Ho has been prominently associated with loading members oi the bar la partnerships, and has had a part in a great deal of the Important litigation for many years. tie has always taken an active in terest in politics, and was frequently t trusted with leadership. He was In trepid and f earless, yet withal kind ar.d genial, and loved the companion ship of his fellows. i served with distinction as a member of the Twenty-sixth legislature, and so far as we have been able to learn was never a candidate for any other office. Mr. Henderson was a member of the Baptist church, a Mason, Knight Templar and Shriner. Mr. Henderson was first married to Miss Katie uaw, daughter1 of the late Dr. F. M. Law, In 1879. Of this union f.ve children, all of whom survive, were born, Mrs. A. M. Ferguson of McKin ney, F. Law Henderson of San An tonio, Thos. S. -Henderson of Rich mond. Va., and Misses Katie and Win nie Henderson, students of the State University. The wife and mother died In 1895. Mr. Henderson was again married In 1901 to Miss Mary Roberts of Independence, Texas, wh) survives him. He also leaves one brother, Hon. T. S. Henderson ofCam eron. and four sisters, Mrs. Geo. L. .'handler of Anderson, Mrs. T. C. Fow-lc- of Lampasas, Mrs. J. W. Rodes ot Navasota, and Miss Ada Henderson Df Cameron. Mr. Henderson was a biother to the late Judge Jno. N. Hen derson, whose death at his heme In Dallas two months ago. brought sor n w to the hearts of the people of Texas. The funeral was held at the family home in this city yesterday afternoon m 4:30 o'clock, under the auspic?s of Brazos Union Lodge No. 129, A. F. and A M.. members i Ivanhoe Comraan dery No. 8, Knights Templar, rctlng an escort. The religious service was. conducted by Dr. Geo. B. Butler, pas tor of the Baptist church, and Dr. J. D West, pastor of the Presbyterian church. A good man, and one who loved and served his fellow men, has gone. He laid down the burden of an Industrious and useful life at the very brink of the grave, and passed out Into etern ity w ith a smile of peace and rest up on his placid face that bespoke a con sciousness of duty well performed. THIRTY HURT. MishaD to excursion i rain is i Laredo, Tex., Feb. 25. At Orville, twelve miles south of here, an excur sion train carrying a number of north ern tourists was derailed. Several cars were thrown from the track and piled up In a ditch. The Pullman cars, however, remained on the track. The excursionists of chiefly from Toledo, O. The first report gave rise to the rumor that the wrecked train was the special on which John W. Gates, the capitalist, had been traveling through the south. It Is learned, however, the John W. Gates party arrived at Beau mont Monday night. In addition to the Toledo people on the wrecked train there were a number of passen gers from Chicago and San Antonio. The derailment is said to have been caused by a broken axle on the loco motive. The injured are said to num ber thirty. CONNECTED BY TUBES. Tunnel and Subway System Opened by President Presftinj a Button. New York, Feb. 25. The tunnel and subway system connecting Hoboken with New York City by tubes under the Hudson river, was formally opened Tuesday when President Roosevelt pressed a button at Washington, thus starting an official train from New York to Hoboken. The train carried the governors of New York and New Jersey and officials to the new station, Delaware. Lackewanna and Western railroad in Hoboken, where exercises were held In celebration of the be ginning of operation of the new sys tem. There was a letter from Presi dent Roosevelt read and speeches de livered by the two governors and sev eral city officials. DECISION AFFIRMED. Carries With It Enforcement of Im prisonment For Five Years. New Orleans, Feb. 23 The United States court of appeals has affirmed the decision of the lower court In the case of John C. Lowdon and Otto W. Steffens, plaintiffs in error, vs. United States, from the Northern district of Texas. The decision carries with it confirmation of the lower court's de cree In sentencing the men to five fears' Imprisonment for embezzlement Df national bank's funds from a bank at Abilene. Tex. (Ml TY Dry Goods arc not of being sold at a STOP! First Has he got the goods or "just out?" Second Did he buy at the right price? DON'T DE MISLED IN PRICES Lonsdale Bleach Domestic, soft finish, 36 inches, Hp per yard vL Peperell 10-4 Bleached Sheeting, per yard Brown Domestic Sea Island "4 yd goods" L 1 p per yard U2v Amoskeag Staple Ginghams, per yard 3C A. C. A. Feathertick, per yard lC A. F.lC. Ginghams, 1908 patterns, per yard 1 2 C XThese prices are not special prices " our regular prices. We have the goods. SPECIAL EORJDRIlflW 20 pieces of 35c LINEN not "cotton mercerized," 10 yds to customer, at 23c per yard. ff'e meet all competition on merchandise of quality. EUGENE EDfil ON THii E. C. HARDER S ' cowvmoHT.' HARDER & BUCKHAULTS Dealers in Grain, Hay, Feedstuff, Seeds We are better prepared thau ever to supply your wants for any thing in our line and invite your patronage. We have on hand choice Alfalfa Hay, North Texas Hay, White Wolf Stock Food, Etc. One sack of our stock food will go as far as two sacks of bran, and it costs no more. Phone 251. HARDER & BUCKHAULTS. CM OET GRAIN, FEED STUFF & HAY PHONE 376 WILSON GRAIN CO. DR. R. H. HARRISON Office at Emmel & Maloney'a Drug Store, Bryan, Texas. Calls prompty answered day or night Office hours a to 12 a. m. and 2. to 4 p. m.Offlce "phone 66; Res. 'phone 312 n. PRICE cheap in the sense discount or cost. CORNER Our Prescription Department is fully ind perfectly equipped with most complete stock of drugs and chemicals. No one need ever fear that we will fill s prescription im properly because we happen- lo be "just out"" of same ingredient re quired by your physician. We appreciate your patronage' ...E. J. Jenkins O. V. BUCKHAUIT OUR PRICES .. ON .. MATRESS MAYING AND REPAIR.NG. Careful attention to all orders en trusted and satisfaction guar anteed. ZACK TALLY.