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MONDAY MORNING.
E. J. FOUNTAIN
New shipmest Royal Wop
$1.00 to $4.00
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fit every figure.
THE QUALITY GRCCER
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$3.00
'Phones 111 and 119
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ROUND TRIP
On November 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,.
Limit for return, November S.
$2.00
For lound trip, leaving on morn
ing train only November 6. Re
turn limit, November 7.
LOCALS. Km '
Tuesday: Fair KM
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LITTLE
Weather forecast for
light variable winds.
A hardware shipment to T. ('. Roy
ler at Wellborn was made Monday by
llryan dealers.
.Mr. Antone Dobrovolney Is having
erected a new residence on his farm
near College Station.
Mr. Charles Gurke, a progressive
fanner of the Kurten community, is
building a new residence on his home
place.
Mr. !us Hedtke, a prosperous far
mer rto-Ilvi's near Edge, Is build
ing a n(fi? home on his farm.
Brick and other material has been
placed on the home premises of MrT"
John Kegmond, north of the jjTfor
repairs and iniprovenieiitsUjflis resi
dence. y
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton H. Parker are congratulating
them upon the arrivtl of a baby girl
which came to bless their home Sun
day morning.
A nice shipment of merchandise
was forwarded out of Bryan to Ko-
nch Messalin, $1
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New line colored Filet Bands.
WEBB
Bullick & Jones of Jlarvey were in
the market for a lot of goods Mon
day.
Wiedemnn's, congress of rough rid
ers and Indians will give two exhi
bitions under canvas here today, fea
turing the thrilling spectacle of Cus
ter's last charge.
The 23 per cent reduction sale on
Schloss clothes put on by A. J. Wag
neg & Co., Monday morning, moved
out a number of suits. The reduced
prices on these suits will continue
throughout the week. J
Mr. Jenka Lee and Miss Grace Jen
kins were married tirwthe llaptist
church at Wixon Sunday, Rev. 1). J.
McDonald, pastor, olllclatlng.
Preceding a heavy rain wJilch fell
here at 11 'oclock last night, a great
many wild ducks were heard as they
passed overhead to the south. Vivid
llithtnlne and thunder came with the
earek & Merka at Smetana yesterday. rain. Monday was clear and cool.
IALjirtrrtcn
Tr wedding
"Use Cucumber Cream for Chapping."
Any kind of a
Headache
X-Ray Headache Cure gives speedy case. It stops a
headache on record time, giving wonderfully quick and
complete relief. ::
Emmel & Moloney
Prescription Druggists.
Manufacturers of X-Ray Relief Remedies.
en Sunday afternoon a dou-
g occurred, Mr. Henry
l.enz and Miss Annie llrado and Mr.
John I'trecht and Miss Lena Plagens
being the coutracting partieB. A
Lutheran minister from Zack. Madi
son county, officiated.
Mr. Mark Wilcox of Tabor was
taken suddenly 111 while en route to
attend the funeral of Mr. T. A. Oil-
pin Sunday, which necessitated his re
turning home and fears are enter
tained that his Illness may prove to
be serious.
Iate advice Monday afternoon In
regard to tthe condition of Mr. Mark
Wilcox was to the effect that he was
very much improved, though for a
while Sunday it was feared he would
not recover from the sudden attack
of Illness which befell him.
News from Kurten is to the effect
that the full vote of the box will be
polled at the election tomorrow.
Kvery box In the county should fol
low suit. While a primary election is
practically decisive, still it is the final
vote for governor that deterimnes the
number of delegates to which a
county Is entitled in the State con
vention.
The many improvements which
have been making to the Parker of
fice building, corner of Main and An-
derson streets, are now completed,
i.nd with the walls newly papered and
walscoated and the Installation of
! porcelain lined lavatories and modern
I i.tiimiiine it would bo difficult to mid
a more nicely iirranged or Inviting in
terior. At a bustifcitiw meeting of the mem
bers of tbe Christian church of this
city Rev. J. A. Chalienner was unan
imously chosen as pastor for another
year. The Rryan church has pros
pered remarkably under the minis
tration of Mr. Chalienner. A new
church for the denomination has been
erected and practically paid for, the
membership lias iu creased jmA the
efforts In all lines tuJtrTln line re
sults. '
Messrs. K. nnode and W. R. Ilaye
will leave today tor Sky, Madison
county, for a fox hunt to extend over
a considerable length of time urn I be
particiated in by a number of other
lovers of the chase. Messrs. Rhode
anil Ilatte will take with them their
two Walker fox hounds, and with
those to be brought by others of the
party, the total number of hounds
will reach 5- A royal time Is ex
pected. . Kugene Kdge (on the corner) has
added to his already exceptionally
complete store equipment six quar
tered oak glass front suit cabinets
in which will be placed ladies' suits.
These cabinets are the latest thing
of the kind in store furniture, and
will hold fifty suits each. These
suns are suspended from hooks which
depend from a nickel-plated rod that
may be projetced from the cabinet,
thereby placing for Inspection the
entire contents t the cabinet. The
cabinets are dust proof, and make a
handsome appearance.
TheSame Consideration
Th. child with hit pnnT i
The small boy with hit imall change
The lady with her pin money
The small man with his small roll
TV o Uklrt mon irJfV Vic l-Irf T""l 1
i iiv. uig man mm iiu iuu v i
nri i. i i r i . l X
1 he big man who applies tor a Dig loan
The small man who applies for a small loan
The lady with her church subscription list
The small boy with school eertainment ticket
Th child with society rtrtlnment tickets
Death of Mr. T. A. Gilpin.
Mr. T. A. Gilpin, one of the older
citizens of Mrazos county, died Satur
day and was buried Sunday after
noon. Mr. Gilpin resided In the Har
ris school community, and the funeral
occurred there, with Interment in the
Tryon churchyard.
Mr. Gilpin was 73 years old at tht
time of his death, and had been 111
since last February. He was a Con
federate veteran, having seen active
service at the battles of Vicksburg
anil Corinth.
Six children survive. Mrs. J. W.
Massey of Kurten, Mrs. S. C. Law
less of Kurten, Mrs. W. G. Reynolds
of Cottonwood, Mrs. T. A. Cloud of
this city, J. P. Gilpin of Cottonwood
and K. P. Gilpin of nirmlngham, Ala.
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Notice to Hunters.
Notice Is hereby given that all ::.y
lands are posted according to law and
hunters and others are warned iiot to
trespass thereon. All violators of this
act will be prosecuted to the full ex
tent of the law.
2!'3wlt MRS. W.M. ANDREWS.
ARE EACH ACCORDEW CONSIDERATE ATTENTION
AND EXTENDED THE MOST LIBERAL TREAT
MENT CONSISTENT WITH GOOD
AND PROFITABLE BANKING
77ie
First National Bank
OF BRYAN
Capital $100,000.00
Surplus and Profits $85,000.00
We solicit deposits upon the basis of absolute security
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Character in
Clothes
There is an atmosphere about
as more than mere vehicles.
About some clothing there is th
the same high-grade woolens and tli
Steln-Bloch suit or overcoat and mak
which the material used deserves a
customer.
The suit will "wear" but it will
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turnouts that distinguishes them
same character. A tailor may take
same trimmings that are used In a
f -you
a suit that lafiks this distinction
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his
ering.
rightfullt belongs to
ver be anything but a clothscov
On the other hand, some tailors jr'i
tion that you demand but they chargeth
The problem would be a pretty? o;
Bloch step In and colve it for yon. They? are tn
centrated their energies on making clothes
made. They have struck a golden mean of
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woolens, of smooth fit, of proper style.
ing. Will appreciate a call by you.
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To Come and Read the Election
turns Tonight.
The Eagle again invites afl the peo-
tple or Hryan. including visitors, to
J I come out tonight and read the elec
Jjtlon returns on the illuminated screen
in front of our olfice on Main street.
! Our election bulletin service w ill be i four practicing physicians
, an ni t iimir ami t.uiiiiitit; na 11 ia jmib-
national election will be received over
the wires of the American Press As
sociation, which is the best agency in
the world for gatherihg the news. The
large screen will be stretched on the
west side of Main street, over tho
XHU'S saloon, the front of which we
are allowed to use for this purKse
by Messrs. Cox and Schultz. The
electric power will be furnished free
of charge by Mr. T. J. Preston, man
ager of the Bryan electric light plant
and the stereopticon will be operated
by Mr. J. U. Stevenson of the Bryan,
Machinery Company, who has kindly
tendered nts instrument and his ser
vices for the occasion.
Come and join the eager thousands
who will be here to read the returns
iina are unsued on me spot, llgnt
To those unable tn erini wp kov if
J you hear cheers of sufficient volume
to raise the dome of heaven and cause
the stars to dance with Jov. you mav
know- that Bryan and Kern have won
a glorious victory.
CITY ORDINANCES.
Bryan, Texas, Oct 2?.. 19
An Ordinance entitled an Ordiuac
creating a Board of Health. Pe it
dained by the City Council of the Cit
or Bryan that a Board of Health ie'
nereby created, and shall consist of
Their du
ties shall be to exercise general s'tpcr
vision of the sanitary condiUcIT
said city, as shown in Articles 98 to
115 Inclusive, of the revised ordinance?
of the City of Bryan. This Ord'naucc
shall take effect from and utter Its'
publication.
J. T.
WEBB
ROTH.
Cheerful Clothes For Men
Going Home to Vate.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 2. Today
witnessed a general exodus of officials
ana government clerks who will to
morrow vote at their respective homes.
President Roosevelt has arranged to
leave for Oyster Bay late tonight. He
will vote early In the morning and it
is possible that Theodore Roosevelt,
Jr., will be on hand to cast his first
voie with his father. The president's
special train will reach Washington on
the return about 6 o'clock tomorrow
evening in time for the president to
receive the returns at the White
House.
Georgia-Carolina Fair.
Augusta, Ga., Nov. 2.-With ft larger
number and greater variety of attrac
tions than ever were seen here bofore
the annual Georgla-Carol'na fair was
opened today to continue until the
end of the week.
B. HINES,
Secretary.
MALOXEY
May
3k
At the same meeting the coui
also passed another ordinance, the
ject of which Is to obtain Immedi;
knowledge and details of any dise
that may be diagnosed as infectlo
or contagious. The ordinance is
follows:
Bryan, Texas, Oct 22, 190
An Ordinance entitled, An Ordinan
defining the duties, In case of sickness
Or heads nf fafnttloa anA enhtrtlc
teachers, etc., fa
Be it ordained by the City Council
of the city of Bryan, that heads ipt4
families and schools, also teachers, jd,
sucn schools, shall be, and are hereby
reauired tr renort in th Mavnr
cases of Infectious or contagious dui
eases, such as Whooping Cough, Mea
sles, Diptheria, Scarlet Fever, Smai
Pox, Mumps, Itch, etc.
Anyone failing to comply with
above regulation, shall be deer
guilty of a misdemeanor, and i:
conviction, shall be fined In the
oi, not less man j.uu nor more lb a
$25.00.
This Ordinance shall take eff
from and after its publication. J '
J. T. MALOXEf ,
B. HINES, Mayor. ,
Secretary. dlfj-iwlt
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