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QCALS AND'PERSONALS. S. Kelley came In from Kurten Jay. Dick Elliott was In from Tabor 'Jay. i Nat Cotnani of Harvey wag here day. r Sale Extra good Jersey row. lU Webb. 291 ; J.V. Mathis was In from Re l Saturday. vLee Durley came In from Re tisHturday. Rcu -Mrs. II. E. White home, ebb Howell. 294 feasor Jloore of Flckey wan in city Saturday. r. W. II. Shelby of Reliance was own Saturday. r. J. W. Massey was here from ten Saturday. Jr. M. B. Easters of Kurten was the city Saturday. Ir. John Newcoinb of Reliance was the city Saturday. Mr. Eb Lloyd of Reliance transacted ilncsu here Saturday. Ur. William Rlslnger waa in from ion Hollow Saturday. jdr. II. P. Dansby of Steep Hollow in the city Saturday. lr. Joe Atkins of College was a vls- r to the city Saturday. jptl r. J. J. Riley of Reliance was a1 jitor to the city Saturday. Officer Claud Buchanan was a vis- jr from Kurten Saturday. ;Mr. J. I. Jones of Harvey was a fcitor to the city Saturday. !Mr. John Mathis of Reliance was a Litor to the city Saturday. j.Mr. W. E. Llshtsey of Reliance me over Saturday morulng. j Mr. Tolbert Bullock was In the city rom Steep Hollow Saturday. Miss Lessie McGee left Saturday for Jtoneham to visit her brother. 5 Mr. Curt Oliver Is out again, after few days' wrestle with the grip. Mr. A. W. Shelton of Providence lnsacted business here Saturday. Mr. B. Sblsa of College was a busi es visitor to the city Saturday. Mr. William Hololgan of Reliance as a visitor to the city Saturday. Your merchant handles fresh home round meal, ask for It tf Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bullock of Steep follow were visitors to the city Sat urday. Found Bunch keys. Call it Eagle office and pry 25 cents. U 289-291 Mr. Z. T. Wyatt of e Cartwheel Prairie community was in! the city 8ti3.LJ.VW SOTO ONV 1 Miss Essie McSwaln of liock Prai rie was In the city Saturday on a shopping trip. Saturday. The new uovoltieg in hd.t bauds, college colors at Wagner's. 289 Miss Annie Mathis of Rock Prairie was in the city on a shopping trip Saturday. Ccmfort and ctyle in Hanan shoes on sale at A. J. Wagner & Co. 289 Mr. and Mrs. Will Astln left yes terday for a visit to their plantation near Mumford. High grado clothes at right prices. A J. Waener & Co. 287 - 10 per cent is good Interest on mon ey. You can save Zu per cent, on that suit of clothes. A. J. Wagner & Co. 289 Mr. Berry Candy of Rock Prairie was a business visitor to the city Sat urday morning. , 1 Remember you get ono-fourth off your winter suit; best domes aau correct styles. A. J. Wagner & Co. Mr. D. C. Lighlsey of Reliance was a business visitor to the city Satur day. 25 per cent off all men's suits. A. J. Wagner & Co. 289 Mrs. N. W. Lindsey of Reliance was a visitor to the city Saturday morning. Mrs. Calvin Rlslnger was in the city from her home at Reliance Satur day morning. Mr. W. S. Powers was in the city Saturday from his home near I.eon ard school house. Mr. Fred Rosprim of Providence was In the city Saturday an ending to business matters. Some attractive suits, coats end skirts at Wagner's. See window dis play. 289 Mr. Zach Taylor made a business trip to the county capital Saturday. Mr. Taylor resides at Harvey. ) Mrs. George Jenkins of this city has returned from a protracted !ncltv. points In the Eastern States. ., gale My Mr. Sam Johnson returned yester day to Fort Worth, ater a visit to his mother and sister In this city. t . Mrs. W. H. Morgan and daughtPfTT ,. Miss Grace, were In the city from their home at Reliance Saturday. The Sllllinan House (formerly Ham ilton House) will open for transient gnests Monday, November 9th: rates 2 per day; special rates to regular boarders. Service first class. C. F. Terrell, proprietor. 293 CHURCH 8ERVICES TODAY. B. Y. P. U. :30 P. M 8harp. K f ... i ii ,.., incrMiHn r:unjv l Misses Vivian and Ruby JJt.. r-r6 Young ladies meeting -Miss uunuj, , ,, ,. V-' , . , ithe hostesses of rthe Mardl Terete leader. 1 . . . club" on Tuesday afternoon, and such a charming meeting It proved. Four tables were provided for the gnme of five hundred. The players bel.l full sway for several hours and made merry with the popular game, and were loath to leave off, even when the afternoon came to a close. Miss Cora Garth was fortunate in winning the greatest number of games ana bore off the dainty souvenir. The guests were served with a delicious salad course, which was, like every moment spent under this hospitable roof, most heartily enjoyed. The first regular meeting oi the Embroidery club was held with Mrs. S. H. Dunlap on Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.' The day was an Ideal one, In perfect keeping with the sunny dis position of the charming hostess and her cordial greeting to her guests. Some sewing, some chatting, the hours passed merrily by. Pretty roses, ferns and palms were used to decorate the rooms. A most palatable menu was served. Those present wereMesdames u r. RhnicR O. W. Emory. K. Si "Why Should Every Young Chris tian Be Filled With Missionary and Evangelistic Zeal?' Miss Gandy. "The Opportunity of the Young Christians of Today In the Evangeli zations of the World." Miss McCau- ley. Woman's Part in Spreading the Gospel." Mrs. T. R. Batte, Jr. Social music. Next Sunday will be young men's meeting. Regular services at Methodin church. Preaching by the pastor 11 a. m. aid 7:30 p. m. Morning subject: The Sublimity of Service. Evening subject: The Bible. Is it Inspired and Infallble? Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. and Epworth League at 4 p. m. J. B. Turrentlne, Pastor. Ladies! I will spend Tuesday and Wednes .lnv in Houston. All orders will re ceive my personal attention. NELLIE II. BALLARD. Agent Ievy Bros., Houston 285-289 Gordon, Seth Mooring, J. T. Harnway, of feed stuff. Homo ground cnops are Charles Gainer, Webb Howell, s. u fakt cat "' WILL APPRSr INTENDS HOUSS- u. Glass' irJ Jhinc. 13 WHAT THE BXIDE CIATE THAT KEEPING. WE HAVEXTTfBEAUTIFUL ARtlCLE :UT CLASS AND HArSINTED CHINA. COME IN AND EXAMINE OUR BEAUTIFUL STOCK. E. J. Jenkins JAMBS & NUNN Otitf th public ComplttB Stock ul everything In the line oi purer and better. Corn bought, sold or exchanged for meal. Phone 376 tf Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stevenson and son of Iola. Grimes county, were In the city on a shopping trip Saturday. Of course you are going to the great game in Houston. Tickets at Brandon & Lawrence's. 288-91 Field drawing of the A. & M.-Texas football gridiron may be seen In show window of Brandon & Lawrence 288-291 Mrs. E. T. Spell left Friday night ' or..i a, la Dkla.. after a Dunlap. Misses Jessie Garth. Emay Thomas and The Bachelor Girls' club had a most pleasant meeting with Miss Lucy Board on Wednesday afternoon at the home of her parents, Judge and Mrs A. G. Board. Progressive five hun dred was played and a thoroughly good time was had. being free from any formality, which Is characteristic of true hospitality. The hours flew by only too swiftly. With such a con- eenial party, such a pretty afternoon, ni ami "" - iL1 l hnte and delicious re visit to relatives ana .....- - - - .wl. hnw.t , r,ivni home In Bryan, on our navmentB. Apply Mrs. C. H. Mar- rptt 906 Cannon avenue, ton worm, ,o za-ot .ao. Dihfif.i nnvl.lsnn came in lium- hi. hnmp t Harvey and transacted business with Bryan merchants Sat Ed Hall jiiBt received Fresh 1908 rioane.l CurrautB. Imported Figs, im ported Citron, Pine Apple Glace, Crys- ..u.oj rherrles Seedles naisins. lait&TTw ...... . p Shelled Alrrionds. time was expected, aud no one was in the least disapiwinted. In cutting for the souvenirs of the afternoon Miss Venardo was presented with a pretty box of handkerchiefs. Mrs. Bag ley of Coll ge received the married ladles' prize, a hand-embroidered tray cloth. Furniture and UndejJtters' :Coo. Prlc( er in'SlPtiid rvicS prompt m tt citnt. .' JAMBS & NXJNK 9 our Grocery Worries Are unnecessary. Just phone us at No. 142 and let us assume them: Everything for the Summer time i i i -1 ri 1 co rneals ana iunanes. xrnone nna U ft 0) B) OUR SUITS AW OVERCOATS Reoresent the highest pos sible achievement in clothes rim' mnltinn r I .ii Anybody can print clevepallUstrat- mnc nf rlnthintf. hulve Can show you the clothipgltself clothing that will JpK even better on a Kvp mafi than it does in the illustrations. YouVdon't "have tcT fit vour clothing oiir clothing fits vou. They are made to fit--and are full of miBJmff chaacter, snap, and style. MM :11Ii iiffV 1 ITU JhJoh thh KPason are simvlv ele- Wrf V.J eantlthe ZWaeeer dtvies tot ineyvung o r -'- " s . . . f f)ffim nnn n mnro rnnKPTimiiue. l:ul iui Cll w y UIIU u iiiui w w- thep usiness man On Thursday evening at 7 o'clock a crowd oi ooys ana gins 6ai at the home of Major and Mrs. L. L. 289 Mclnnis for the purpose of going on a 'possum bunt Exactly at me oour stated, the party started. Tne pas tures and woods behind Mayor and Mrs. W. R. Cavitt's home were searched, but at a late hour the search was given up, as it was found that the possums had taken to other woods. Those enjoying this frolic were Misses Vivian James, Malcolm Mclnnis, May Wilson. Alberta Adams, Bessie Seale, Marv Mclnnis. Edith Cavitt, Alice' Wit son. Ruby James, Esther Cavitt, Ethel Cavitt; Messrs. Massengail, Stuart Boatwrlght, Fred Cavitt, J. . Wil liams. Jr, Wilson Bradley, Jim James and Roger Nail. o o o o o o o o INSURANCE We wish to state to our customers and the insuring public thaj ' we have consolidated our agencies that we may be better prepared to take care of any and all business intrusted to our care. ' In this consolidation we know we have everything to offer that EXPERIENCE, STRONG COMPANIES and" GOOD UNDER WRITING can afford. We positively putfir reputation and the rep utation of our companies behind evyf Policy we write. Our facilities enable ui to Urture any and every kind and class that has an insurable viuar Place your Insurance wifcr us and we guarantee the rest. Moore, Robinson & Adams PHONE 265 PARKER BUILDING iHiuii: ,t Every good, honest fabnbnha tmsh ion able is represen- and - J o ted in our peerless collection of Suits and Overcoats. A l (11 E c kncstly bclicve we ivc tIic Suit it piD Ufl Overcoat values evey offered in Bryan. All we ask is an inspection of our stock-the clothes will please you, and our manner of business will appeal to every man who wants a "square deal." Our postive guarantee goes with every Suit or Overicoat we sell. Brandon & Lawrence, Men's Outfitters' 'Bryan, Texas. The bachelor professors of A. & M- college gave a beautiful dance out at College on Friday evening at the Shirley in honor of the coach of the j football team. Punch was BerveJ from n nrettllv decorated bowl all a-- - i during the dances. Quite a jolly good time was had, as the barn dance, aauare dance and round dances werej euioved until a late hour. The Col lege band furnished excellent music. I The grand march was led by Miss Emmie Fountain and the guest of honor, Mr. New A. Marriam. The young ladles present from Bryan were Misses Francis Fountain, Allie Con way, Hattie Lou Hudson, Lucy Board. Annie Cole. Jessie .Carth. Hettie smith N'Alio Cole. Cora Garth, Al berta Adams and Gussie Buchanan. Quite a successful tea both socially and financially was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Locke on Fri day afternoon between the hours of thr?e and seven. The following young brides were the charming host esses: Mrs. S. H. Dunlap, Mrs. Hen drlcks Conway, Mrs. Earl Board, Mrs. Robert Batte, Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. Henry Locke. t i The ladles of St Andrews guild of the Episcopal church wish to an nounce to tho public that they will take orders for cakes, salads, rolls, Mayonalse dressing and any other or ders for Thanksgiving, Anyone desir ing to make an order will please phone Airs r. S. Parker. 290 . Prior to the Bachelors' dance the Y. M. C. A. at the A. & M. college cave an excellent concert by the Sax ophone quartet of the Lyceum course, which proved quite entertaining to ftie large crowd present. Miss Emmie Fountain will be host ess to the Mardi Cercle club on Tues day afternoon at her home at College. The Bachelor Girls' club will, meet tnh Misses Jessie and Cora Garth J St h TWEA IRE NEW PICTURES EVERY DAT GOOD CLEAN PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS OPEN AFTERNOON AND NIGHT ADMISSION TEN C-ENTS Insure in the SOUTHWESTERN UFE INSURANCE CO., Dallol Why? Because it is a Texas company, haample capital and Surplii will keep Texas money in Texas. Joe IJKeed will explain the dir. plans and rates, and can aiso wnty Atueiu anu ucncni insurani best companies and give you jusi ypoi you want, as.a you win anow . ITmiAvit man n wA wriman linear fi in rrrwwl nooltK cKah I yOU SirC gCLLUlja iVvl) Uia mux rw sij.a unuvi wt sivii irwui mmm. mut f It VaWW MA MMtft ttULNU lli PiLLU ZULIUI. Manv are now eniovin the benents ot Late insurance tnat wor f not for my efforts. JOE B. fJUl ALWAYS RJS AD Y With the Newest Seasonable Fabrics fauen's Clothing, he old re ua JOHN WITTMAr TAILOR SHOP Can always be depended on for Quality, Style, Fit and Promptness Give us your orders'. JOHN WITTMAN, Merchant Tail' THE BEST ifJ BR YAH "A j? Tuv a SArr Butle s Excellence Valley Cream Whit Swn FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES Bum, ( . - U' on Wednesday afternoon.