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? Y k 1 I I I I III I t 4' i THE STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE Chase & Sanborn's FFEES Highest Qualitj Absolute Purity Best Values FOR SALE ONLY BY IP- MALL Pure Food Distributor RAILROAD TIME CARD. H, & T. C. 8chedule. No. S North bound.... 1:33p.m. No. 6 North bound ..12:46a.m. No. 2 South bound 3:40 p.m. No. 9 South bound 2:48 a.m. I. & G. N. Cchedule. No. 11 North bound 12:54 p. m. No. 15 South bound 4:14 p. m. 00 0000.0.0I LOCAL8 AND PERSONALS. Mr. N. V Lindsey of Kellanre whs In the city Friday. Mr. Ed Dowllng of Rock Prairie s In the city Friday. ur merchant handles fresh home and meal, ask for It tf lr. 13. L. Dowllng was here from k Prairie yeBterday. Found Bunch keys. Call at Eagle office and pay 25 cents. v. 2S!-2'J1 Mr. Jim Tobias of Kurten was In tbe city Friday morning. Mrs. Laviula Jones of Harvey shopped in tbe city Friday. Mrs. R. T. Mllner of College visited friends In this city yesterday. State Ranger Baker I.arkln returned t.vihls home In Mumford Friday. Mr. L. M. O'Neal, residing near the :lty, is preparing to move to I.ott. , Mr. W. J. Rliey of Reliant was a business visitor to the city Friday.' Mr. W. II. O'Neal of Reliance was i rlsitor to the city Friday morning. Urs. M. R. Moorman of Kurten was visitor to the city Friday morning. .Ibn't forget Dandy Dixie's matinee uud afternoon. Admission 25 and 50c. 2SS All lovers of good music should not ml the matinee this afternoon at 't:3. 288 ' r. J. W. Massey and Mrs. Massey I j Kurten were In the city Frida;' ' tcrnlng. 3aud Showers was a visitor from his oroe on Thompson's creek Frldjay . crning. Fresh bread, cpkes, etc., at the Tex as Bakery, Mrs. Otto Boehme, Pro prietor, dtf, Mrs. W. C. Bishop of Hesrne Is vis- ltlng her daughter, Mro. T. C. Nunn of this tit). For Sale Gentle, good family buggy horse. Apply at once. T. A. Satterwhite. 290 Hear tbe music of the Dandy Dixie his afternoon at 2:30.t Admission 25 and 50 cents. 288 Mr. A. J. McCullum of Tabor was In the city Friday and made The Eagle a pleasant call. Miss Emmie Fountain tame up from Tollege yesterday and spent the day with friends here. Mrs. V. 8. Wilson left yesterday afternoon for a visit to relatives and rlends In Houston. Miss Emma Cloud of Reliance was de of the out-of-town young lady vis itors to the city Friday. Large assortment fiesh, crisp vege tables on sale tblis morning. Phohe J no, M, Lawrence & Co. 288 Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Lloyd of Bench ley were In the city Friday morning and shopped with Bryan dealers. Mrs. lialton of Benchley was a vls lior to the city Friday and shopped Ith Bryan's progressive dealers. Mrs. Coulter returned to her home In Rockdale yesterday, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coulter of this city. For breakfast, buckwheat cckes with pure maple syrup Is fine. Jno. YOUNG LADY SUICIDED. Miss Lena Murchjson of tola Drowns Herself in a Stock Tank. As a result of despondency Miss Lena Murchlson, residing with her parents near Iola, Gi lines county, committed suicide by drowning in a tank of water near her home Tuesday af'ernoon. ' The report was current In this city Friday that the young lady had been murdered, but . the facts, as learned from Iola parties In the city Friday nlsht are to be effect that tbe lady who was about 19 years of age, kiUed herself, following the receipt of a letter from ber affianced who is now In north Texa3. .The young lady's father !s said to have objected to tbe marriage c. his daughter at the time because of the unsatisfactory condi tion of her health. While members of the family were absent from tbe bouse, ehe walked to me tanK, ait&cnea tne pea from a stillard scale to ber neck, drew a stocking over ber head, and threw herself Into the shallow water. Her prolonged absence prompted a search which revealed a portion of her skirt floating on the surface of the water. The discovery was made by i the brother of the unfortunate young woman. Tho body wa3 recovered from the water, and the remains were interred Wednesday. n DR. J. S. PAUL. One of the Leading Specialists of the South is in the 'City and will Open Offices at J nee With His Original Methods ana Appliances Cures Hun dreds where others fail His Speci alty Covers All Long Standing and , Deep Seated Diseases of Men, Wo men and Children. Dr. J. S. Paul comes well. recom mended and has hundreds of testimo nials which are bonaflde and he has some free offers to make when he opens up, to the sufferers of the city and vicinity which would well be worth the attention of those who suf fer fijom catarrh of the head, nose and throat, catarrhal deafness, rheumatism epilepsy, chronic constipation, stomach ache, bladder, kidney anil female troubles. He does not claim to cure everybody nor every case, but he will guarantee to cure any case he accepts for reatment If done under his own supervision. He further states that SUITS AT ALMOST i i 1 If W 'S FEE EL A Ck r HALF-PRICE. he will take one case each of the M. !.awre!ye & Co. have theseJ&i above named diseases free of charge Mr. Eugene Edge, reckoned among the most progressive of Bryan's up-to-date merchants. Is in Houston on a business mission. A shipment of fresh buckwheat and pure maple cyrup Just received at Jno. M. Ijiwrcnre & Co'3. Phono us this morning. 288. Ring Vick's Feed Store for all kinds of feed stuff. Home ground chops are purer and better. Corn bought, sold or exchanged for meal. Phone 376 tf Opera House, Saturday, Nov. 7 MA TINEE NIGHT VOELCEL & NOLAN'S DIXIE MINSTRELS BEST ALL STASf NEGRO SHOW. 30 Refined Jokes-See the Creat PALM GROTTO FIRST PART, VAUDEVILLE OLIO, AFTER PIECE, PRIZE BAND, SINGERS AND DANCERS GRAND STREET PARADE AND CONCERT. MATINEE 25c and 60c PRICES: 5075 cents. Entire Balcony Reserved for Colored. Headed by tho only originaly BILLY KERSANDS. Iff - III medicine excepted, in order to demon si rate bis skill to the public. His specialty cures special diseases of both men and women. Any one desiring to get In on free or cheap rates may see him at the Exchange hotel. Will open up office not )ater than Monday, next. 288 Cofyright ijot by Hirt Sckafioer tc Mara $20.00 Black suits. 18.00 Black suits 15.00 Black suits 12.50 Black suit 10.00 Black suit....' We are overstocked on men's and young men's black suits and for the next few days we are going to make prices on them that will move them out in a hurry. there are just 115 suits ii lot, all Irom such well-known mak ers as Hart, Schaffref Marx, Al fred BenjaminjCo., and Michael Stern & Co.-rwhich is a guarantee to yothay they are perfectly tailored all size inthe lot, 33 to 44. Ivery man needs a nice black suiCHor-Tiress weanan ck this is vour chance4p get oneat almost halt" t $13,95 ....SI 1.95 9.95 8.95 7 .9 S price PARKS & WALMOP S3BI THE CLOTHIERS Ed Hall just received Fresh 1908 Cleaned Currants, Imported Figs, Im ported Citron, Pine Apple Glace, Crys talized Cherries, Seedles Jlalsins, Shelled Almonds. " 289 Miss Bessie Seale, the guest for the past few days of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Dansby of this city, returned to her home In Benchley Friday afternoon. Mr. R. S. Gordon of Galveston, gen eral baggage agent of the Gulf, Colo rado and Santa Fe, was in the city yesterday on business connected with his department. Fresh butter beans, okra, pepper, spuash, egg plant, shellots, lettuce, mustard and turnip greens and celery cr'.sp and flno, on sale thli morning by Jno. M. Lawrence & Cc. Phone us early. 288 The Sillinian House (formerly Ham ilton House) will open for transient guests Monday, November 9th; rates $2 per day; special rates to regular boarders. Service first class. C. F. Terrell, proprietor. 293 Feeding Hulls and Meal. In conversation with Mr. J. Webb Howell, manager of the Bryan Cotton Oil and Fertilizer company, The Eaglu reporter learns- that more hulls arj being used for feed and less seeJ than was ever known. That the farmers are changing their method of feeding Is very evident by the number that are hauling seed to the mill and tak ing back bulls and meal.' Some far mers find it profitable to haul seed twenty miles and haul back hulls and meal. Perhaps two of the oldest far mers In Brazos coiuity are Messrs. D. S. Lloyd and Mark Wilcox, who were .induced to try bulls and meal, and were so well pleased with Jhe change that this year they will feed nothing else. Misses Addie 1-amb and Carrie My ers of Iola, Grimes county, were in the city Thursday. Miss Lamb left on the I. & G. N. for Mart at noon, where she will visit her brother, Mr. Arthur Lamb, who is following agricultural pursuits In that section. Buy your tickets for the A. & M. vs. 'Varsity football game rft Houston from Parks & Waldrop, the clothiers. ' 2S9 "Singin Skule Beginment . The ladies of tbe Guild of St An drew Episcopal church have arranged with Mr. and Mrs. J. Bassett Willard of Cincinnati for a date with their funny and very popular entertainment entitled the "SIngin Skule Beginment" and have fixed on the date of Decem ber 7 at tbe Grand opera house. This entertainment has been a very great success in all parts of the country. It is a delicious compound of pure, clean, wholesome, jolly fun. It Is not all singing, but mixed in with a lot of bright, pretty, catchy songs and spirited choruses will be found a num ber of funny character impersonations and other features In greater number than one would- imagine could be crowded into one single performance. AH the coaching and drilling will be attended to by Mr. and Mrs. Willard, who will also play the leading comedy part. 287-289 Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Payne of Bench ley were in the city Friday. Air. Payne is a leading merchant and citi zen In bis community, and tho hilt of himself and Mrs. Payne was a source of much , pleasure to Bryan friends whom they met while here. Of course you are going to the great game in Houston. Tickets at Brandon & Lawrence's. 288-991 For Sale Span of well-matched and well-broke young work mules, about 14 hands high, 4 and 5 years old. J. B. P. Graham, Harvey, Texas. Will show mules In Bryan Saturday. 287-289 Notice to Hunters. Notice is hereby given that all my lands are posted accordlne to law ana I hunters and others are warned not to trespass thereon. All violators of this 'act will be prosecuted to the full ex tent or the law 293wlt MRS. WM. ANDRF"S. Mrs. Johnnie Koppe, residing some ten miles north of town was in the city- Friday morning. Mrs. Koppe has many friends in this city, to whom her visits are always' most pleasurable. NOTICE This is to notify the public that our premises has been posted according to law, and all hunting and shooting thereon is forbidden. Trespassers will be prosecuted. SEALE CAPPS. Women Who Look for Quality Demand ipEENymJALHTY. SffUOE The shoe of Shoes for Women 9 - ' The two principal factors in the shoe question are Style and Quality. You cannot be well dressed if either element is lacking. . QUEEN, QUALITY SHOES SUPPLY BOTH, On the Corner 1 0n the Corner SSSS23EESZB3!