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Bryan morning eagle. [volume] (Bryan, Tex.) 1898-1909, November 08, 1908, Image 5

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NOVEMBER
THANKSGIVING MONTH
WE SOLICIT YOUR ORDERSOK
TABLE SUPPLIES
From our well selectwrstock.
Fruit cake, 1 piluainOc, VA pounds 75c
Cranberries perlijuart 15c
Mince meat per pound 15c
Shelled Almonds per pound 60c
Shelled pecans per pound 75c
SPOTLESS FLOUR 481b sack $1.65 241b sack 65c
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Pure Food Distributor
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
H. A T. C. 8chedule.
No. S North bound 1:38 p.m.
No. 5 North bouud 12:46 a.m.
No. 2 South bound 3:40 p.m.
No. 9 South bound 2:48 a.m.
I. & G. N. Gchedul.
No. 14 North bound 12:64 p. ra.
No. 15 South bound 4:14 p. m.
LITTLE LOCALS.
The court house clock observed hoi
Iday Saturday.
Mr. Marvin Elliott of Tabor was
here Saturday.
Weather forecast: Sunday, light
variable winds.
Mr. B. D. Elliott of Tabor visited
the city Saturday.
Mr. E. U. Peters was a visitor from
Harvey Saturday.
Mr. A. W. Dyess of Harvey was In
the city Saturday.
Mr. Frank Goodson of Smetana was
In the city Saturday.
Mr. V. H. English of Reliance was
Jn the city Saturday.
Mr'. Denby Cahlll of Smetana was
in the city Saturday.
Air. Will Jones of Bethel transacted
business herd Saturday.
Mr. John Jones of Harvey was a
visitor to the city Saturday.
Mr. Will Hudspeth of Tabor was a
visitor to the city Saturday.
Mr. T. J. Goodwin of Providence
transacted business here Saturday.
Mr. J. J. Vandlver of Steep Hollow
transacted business here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson were here
from their home at Kurten Saturduy.
Mr. Otho Williams was a visitor
from Smetana Saturdny.
Mr. R. P. Elliott was a visitor from
the thriving Tabor community Satur
day. Miss Janie ScheiTer left yesterday
afternoon for Beaumont. Miss Sohef
fers has been the gueat for the past
month of Mr. C. G. Parsons and his
mother.
Mr. Mai Stabler of the 4'arker school
community wbh a visitor to the city
Saturday.
Extensive repairs and Improve
ments are making to the C. 8. P. S.
ball of this city.
Mr. George Gilbert was In from Rock
Prairie Saturday and did business with
Bryan merchants.
Countv Commissioner J. 11. Blume
was in the city from his home at
Smetana Saturday.
Mr 1 ju Ttnrlov fif Rpllnnre ban re
turned from a visit to his sister, re
siding In Oklahoma.
Mr. J. K. Pressley of Tabor came
in Saturday and transacted business
with our merchants.
Light receipts, of cotton here during
the past week indicate the close of
the season Is approaching.
The Southwestern Telephone com
pany Is stringing a lot of new wire in
the eastern part of town.
J- ' Mr. R. H. Henry, residing in the
Parker school community, was a vis
itor to the city Saturday.
Mr. Xath Cotnam. a representative
citizens or the Harvey community,
was In the city Saturday.
Mr. Volney Parker came in from
Parker's school house community and
transacted business here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. White and daugh
ter, Miss Maggie, were visitors to the
city from their home at Wixon Satur
day. Lumber for building a storm room
on Mrs. A. E. Crawford's premises at
Harvey has been hauled out from
here.
Mr. J. F: Zack is having erected a
building In the northwestern part of
i the city.
The grass on the lawn of the Pies
byterlan churchyard was clipped Sat
urday, and the weeds on the -:ldernJj
cleaned on.
. Messrs. W. E. Lightsey, VSy Gould
Llghtsey and L, 1- Lindsey of Re
liance left Saturday for Brady, Mc
Culloch county; to pick cotton. The
crop is said to be very heayy out
there.
CALLAHAN
DRAMATIC
X COMPANY
opens
for
three
nights
BEGINNING MONDAY.
Prof. J. L. Dulaney of Rye was in
the city Saturday.
Mr. C. A. Foster of Providence w
a visitor to the city Saturday.
Mr. C. C. Dulaney Jr., of Parker's
school house was In the city yester
day.
Mr. F. D. Kuykendall of Leonard
school house was a visitor to the city
Saturday.
L'ncle Mark Wilcox has sufficiently
recovered from a severe Illness to
come to town Saturday. '
' Part of the street force is employed
in cleaning out the gutters along the
principal streets, In advance of the
winter rains.
Blondwood Colt for Sale months
old, good size, chestnut sorrel. Apply
to A. L. Higgs, R. F D. No. 5. 294
Mrs. G. W. Norrlll returned to her
home In Houston yesterday, after hav
ing visited her sister, Mrs. W. R. Ca-
vltt, of this city.
The cotton market of Saturday was
unchanged In the matter of prices
from that cf Friday. The r.r.les rere
much heavier, 300 bal'is against-'-75
being the record.
Fish and game seems to be plenti
ful In this section. A largd number
of dressed squirrels were disused of
by a hunter here yesterday morning,
who made the kill in the Navasota
bottom.
The Callahan Dramatic company
will open a three nights' engagement
here on Monday. The company car
ries its own orchestra, and Is said to
make good music and give satisfac
tory presentation of the various plays
In Its repertoire.
Touching the matter of the change
In schedule relating to the 1. & G. N.,
mention of which was made In these
columns Saturday morning. It is an
nounced now that the changes which
go into effect today relate exclusively
to the operation of freight trains.
Four coaches were set out here by
the H. & T. C. railway people for .the
excursion to Houston Monday. A
change in leaving time on the return
trip has been made at the request of
the college people. Instead of leav
ing Houston at 9 o'clock p. m., as
heretofore announced, the train will
leave at 12, midnight
Gentlemen, a few things you will
need during the hunting season:
High cut boottees.
Iow cut bocttees.
Corduroy raps.
Corduroy pants.
Union suits.
Wool sox.
You can get them at Coulter's.
There will be a football rally In the
chapel at College Sunday evening at
7 o'clock. All the students are ex
pected to attend the rally, at which
time new football yells will be given
out,The two battalions In divisions
jfplatoons will put up a dress pa
rade In the streets of Houston Mon
day morning. The cadets will carry
their guns and all accoutrements.
Mr. P. W. Harold, traveling in ad
vance of the Miller Bros. Ranch show,
arrived here yesterday afternoon In
his special car, bringing a force of
men. and Is billing the city and sur
rounding country for his attraction,
which will appear here for two per
formances on the 21st Instant.
Just Received A beautiful line of
Pickard's hand painted china. All
lovers of fine art will call and we will
take pleasure in showing our line,
whether you wish to buy or not 291
JOHN M. CALDWELL.
The Jeweler.
NOTICK TO HUNTERS.
All persons are warr ed against hunt
ing or tresspassing on my pasture,
southwest of Bryan. All found therein
will be prosecuted.
298 J. WWJTNGL1SH,
Fresh bread.
as Bakery,
prietor.
etc., at the Tex-
Otto Boehme, Pro-
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ALMOST
S-FINE . BLACK
SUITS AT
HALF PRICE. .
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.
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$20.00 Black suits
18.00 Black suits
15.00 Black suits
12.50 Black suits
10.00 Black suits
There are iust Wo suits in the
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lot, all from suchwell-known mak-
& Marx, Al-
& Co., land Michael
hich is aguaxantee
are perfectly tailoreo!N
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Everv man heeds Zffhfce black
suijJor aresswear, and this is your
chance -tor-get one at almost Jialf
SI 3.95
$11.95
9.95
8.95
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PARKS & WALDROP
THE CLOTHIERS
COTTTON 8TATEMENT.
For the market week closing Fri
day, November C. wagon receipts of
cotton at this point were 780 bales
against 1,106 for the week preceding,
a decrease of 320 bales.
Receipts of square bales for sea
son. 14,986, against 9,209 same date
last year.
Round bales ginned this season,
1,379, against 1,000 same date last
year. It will be noticed that there Is
no change In the ginning figures at
the round bale press for the same date
of last year with that given last Sun
day morning. The round bale press
shut down at that time on account of
the financial panic.
Estimating round bales as half
bales, the receipts for the season have
been 15,678, against 9.709 same date
last year, and Increase of 5,969 bales.
At the warehouses:
Lawrence warehouse. ,
Brick warehouse
Union
1908.
8,115
.3,593
3.281
1909.
5,503
3,706
Total round bales. .. .14.9S9 9,209
Round bales ginned 1,379 1.000
Increase 379
"Singin Skule Beglnment."
The ladies of the 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 "Singln Skule Beglnment"
and have fixed on the date of Decem
ber 7 at the 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.
All the coaching and drilling will be
attended to by Mr. and Mrs. Willard,
who will also play the leading comedy
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NOTICE, MERCHANTS.
From November 1st after date I will
not be responsible for accounts
charged to me without my consent.
W. J. ROBERTS. 'Company,
AMUSEMENTS.
The Dandy Dixie Minstrels playe
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to good business here last night, an
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juuk"is iiuiu tue applause wuicd the
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perrormers received at times, pie' haed
the audience quite well
tvery act ot the olio was a novbiv
while the minstrels first part in the
"Royal Palm Grotto" and the funny
farce "Possomvllle Spiclets" vere the
features of the performance. In ad
dition to the olio of specialties by the
famous Billy Kersands, James Cros
by, Campbell & Meaux, Monroe Ta
ber, Montrose Douglas, there was a
singing novelty called the "Dixie Col
lege Rangers", which the einging for
ces of the company rendered as an ex
quisite vocal arrangement of 'Varsity
Class Songs.
Among the performers are Campbell
& Meaux an original rag time com
edy musical act, Montrose Intglas,
the wizard of the wheel, fienry Jo
The Texas Teaser, H. S. Wobte'n
dian Territory Tenor, and fo;ty o.
J singers, dancers, etc.
. Monday night Calhoun Dran
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Women Who Look for Quality Demand
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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.
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