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Now situated in the Ed HHstore are ready to serve youjmTmptly and satisfactorily. AJmh, clean Stock of ocenes Phones 78 and 54 SOLONS VI6IT HOUSTON. THE WEATHER. : Jno. M. Lawrence & Co. - . RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. Schtdule. No. I North bound 1:38 p.m. No. 6 North bound 12:46 a.m. No. 2 South bound 3:40 p.m. No. 6 South bound 2:48 a. id. p I. & G. N. tchedule. ' ro. 14 North bound. 12:C8 p. .tu tfo. 15 South bound 4:11 p. m. . I LOCALS AND PERSONALS. J.L. Lloyd was In yesterday from Reliance.' Joe Carnes of Harvey, was in town Wednesday. . John T. Pate was In ) Wednesday from Harvey. E. H. Astln visited his farm at Muni ford yesterday. A. W. Cloud of Kurte.n, was in the dty Vsterday. Geo. H. Echols of Kosprhn was in the city yesterday. Henry Prinzel was in the city yes terday fcom Kurten. Mrs. T. B. Johnson was reported ser iously ill last night. Judge J. V. lknenius returned Iron) Hempstead yesterday. Mrs. T. A!. Rwiug of the Brazos bot tom, was in the city Wednesday. Miss Emma Cloud was a visitor to the city yesterday from Keliance. Mrs. H. Seclig of Helena, Ark., is the guest of her sister, Airs. Sam Levy. Ward Templenian, a leading mer chant of Navasota, visited Bryan yes terday. .Mesdames Joseph Lay and T. P. Junkin of College, were visitors to the city yesterday afternoon. T. A. HensarlitiK of Steep Ilolliww. was in the city yesterday and carried out a big load of fertilizer. C. R. L. Jones of Harvey, was a pleasant caller at the Eagle office while, in the city Wednesday Dr. Nathan Powell returned to his ' ' spending a few days in this city. For Sale Household furniture, con t tdstlng of cooking stove, two beds. chiffonier, phonograph, portable bath i Lib. Airs. John Butler, Phone :tGJ. r.9 1 Buchanan At Cloud shipped another f car of cattle to Fort Worth yesterday. , j Mr. Cloud accompanied the shipment. ! T Lf.,ltl, T T LTnl.k ... I 11' y f. i.-iu, rf. r. nrilll, niltl tv. .11. rope oi iveitn,. crimes county, were nre weanesuay attending the corn tdiow. R. L. Buchanan of Steep Hollow, was n the city yesterday and brought In a nice lot "of sausage, spare-ribs and backbones. Messrs. E .1!. Peters and A. G. Buchanan of Harvey, sold one hundred head of stookcattle to Buchanan & floud yesterday. f Airs. T. K. Lawrence has returned from an extended visit to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clarke on their ranch In Andrews county. h (everybody should arrange to attend the .Merchants Carnival at the oiera house next .Monday and Tuesday iphts given by home talent under the au-iplces of the ladles of the M. E. ehuch. A fine program, many new features. Seat? only i:, 25 and 35 cents. Over 100 performers. 5S Mr. Louis Reed's Funeral. The remains of Mr. Louis Reed, who ( died .Monday In Balllnger, arrived here yesterday on the 1:38 H. & C. train, accompanied by Air. and Airs. T. J. Preston and Miss Edith Preston. The funeral was conducted directly from the train and a large crowd followed the remains out to the old Reed home six miles north of Bryan, and there where he first saw the light of day, and where his boyhood days were spent, they laid him down to an eter nal rest. i The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers: J. V. Brogdon, C. E. Bul lock. J. L. Edge. II. T. Lewis, W. H. Cob-, and A. W. Buchanan. Rev. J. A. Challenner, pastor of the Christian church, conducted the fun eral services. ' Notice to Veterans and Descendants of Veterans. For only two years more, litiv.l and 1910, will Crosses of Honor be given by the United Daughters of the Con federacy. If you desire a Cross of Honor, make application at once, as It requires some time for local chapters to pro cure them. The occasion of the next bestowal will be on memorial day. April 2ith and applications must be. filed with iuchi cnapier, i . jj. r. at least one month before Memorial Day. These blanks tan be procured from .Mis. LuHier Taylor, Sec, I,: S. Ross chap ter. U. D. C. There being only three more occa sions during the year on which cross es of Honor may be bestowed by the I D. C. we urge that you procure blanks and fill them In at once. MRS. J. W. JOHNSON. Pres. L. S. Ross Chap., I D. C. met us at the train. Special street cars were waiting in front of the main station, which conveyed us to the Rice hotel. Meal tickets were given us and everybody breakfasted. At 8:30 a. m. we boarded special cars for Harrlsburg. At Harrlsburg boats awaited us for the trip to San Jacinto battlefield. We left Harrlsburg at 10:30 a. m. on the stamer Lawrence amid the cheers and shouts of the crowds that desolating tornado, and the withering simoon of the desert, but neither of these, nor all. inspired us with emo- aw Orleans. February to. Tonight and Thurs day foir, warmer. Cline. I w.i serve her. The rights for which - ,f we fight will be secured and Texas j Graphic Account of Trip and Visit to, '"" This was a general order is-jc, , t , San Jacinto Battlefield by ont of Uued to the men by Gen. Sam Houston.. t.Cia' '. y"D Mornlng Ea,e the Number. The day after the battle: "The Editor Bryan Eagle-Pilot: jun 8lnkiK in the horizon as the The trip to Houston was a glorious j batt,e commenced, but at the close of success. The people of Houston were lhe conflM the sun of liberty and in royal entertainers and made every-! dependence r0Re in Texas, never it is thing most pleasant. i hoped, to be obscured by the clouds The special train of fourteen slep-jof despotism. We; have read of deeds ers and one chair car, left Austin at;of 'I'valry, and perused with ardor 10 p. m. Friday and rolled into Hous-:,ne annals of war; we have contem ton Saturday morning at 6:30. a ! P'ai with the highest emotion of large delegation of Houston citizens sublimity, the loud roaring thunder and Weather Notes. Galveston. Tex., Jan. 9 The Colo rado storm noted yesterday is now central over Iowa, moving in a north easterly direction, it has been pre ceded by warmer weather throughout the .Mississippi valley and eastern dis tricts, except New York and New En gland, and has been followed by much colder weather in the middle west tlons like those we felt on this occa-'and suthwest. Precipitation has oc- awaited us. -In the afternoon .Mayor Rice House for rent-Roberts. rlose In. Airs. E. U. Foster Recital. Take an evening off The Foster Re cital will entertain you better. Tymlst and Talker from out of town to explain "Foster," but home talent "will take you in" and all suffering from "dried tonrue" will be soothed by the Homefolk8. slon. There was a general cry which pervaded the ranks, Remember the Alamo, Remember La Babla,' these words electrified all. 'Onward was the cry.' The uneering aim and irresist hU.ie.urv of the Texan army could i reunug me otner teacnetts t, were fnorsnt of the fire woiT v let the ounger children out wit t nroDer thronged the wharves. Down the ship precaution, Mjsa McLaren inn from chaunel we glided with the inspiring i0"1 t0 lm- whispering the alarm to strains of "Dixie" echoing through the f Uen onVohh.t. ... , ...,.,. . ii vvnen one or her children called her tall pines that lined the shores. 'tttention to smoke from the fire. Miss We arrived at the batlefield at 12:30 jflcLaren had to think quickly.' where a splendid barbecue dinner I "Children." she said, "You may all nana up ana look out this window. ,Vow, don't get frightened, because r !Jiere Is not anv daneer. if nv h,. Hon 4toii, delivered an address of wel- jhouts 'fire' he will have to sit down come which was responded to by ,na rnen De wont see the engines." Lieut. Gov. A. B. Davidson. Judge'' ?, . p"!"8 wflhed the blaze Xorman G. K.tuel. made an address KgfS on liie Battle oi San Jacinto, and inectaele. Thwi th i,m i, speeches were made by Hon. A. AI. (Pwon on the fire. . Kennedy and othes. 0ne of essayists described th was lndee, a privilege to stand '"T" .:h 52oa "r a:,d aU 8ald and look out over the Ib-ld of honor. J To see the ground over which passed ROMAN CATHOLIC PrtESIDENT. the untiring; and irreslstable little ' band of Texans that made Santa Anna ,?,yine of That ReliS'us Faith Asks stand face to face with his Waterloo. 1 nal one Be Elected. and set the liberty bells of T"xas I New York, Feb. 11. A Roman Cath ringing. To stand in the same valley fllc dlvIne thl,lkB a man of tnat 'altl that rang with the cries of "Remem-,noma ue made chief magistrate. ber the Alaino,""Renmmber La Bahia" Mr- Gpor W. Mundelien, advo. that came from the throats of the f8108 the wtlon of a Roman Catho- bravest set of men the annals of war 'lc t0 ,he l'ldency of the United hv evr Wnoun ... B.r-n m u uinner OI me as we stood on the and looked out over grounds of San our was one f The audience Is guaranteed to be At Home, and may. "Join in." An extra time, of a kind never ejoyed, is assured. alumni of Manhattan mil pvo at t riA XJn. No artist could portray the picture tel Knickerbocker. that came to the minds of our party j "There has never been a president brow of the hill 'n ,ne "bite House." he said, "who the sacred V?" rB"u ..na la,:.neBVr , . , . "e i-uuiuiic cnurcn man rresinent .iacinto. The vast trulBoVr.i Ha .v,n i. w.. ki. crowd stood quiet and reverent. In fearless appointment of aCthollcs to imagination the scene before us ViKh officers." war. We coul.l see the J A8 10 ,n noRS""tr or a Catholic sun sinking in the west as the little heSeSr1 ban.l marched out. We could see the $ "Give us a Catholic, able, honest and restlesj pioneers waiting for the com- j"Rt. and give him the solid support niand to charge, and then like a tor- ef 8 u"'te,l Party, and I believe he nado they swept down on the .Mexican "ld !rcted hands d,own' ven , i . . , Bw- The American people are just, forces leaving destruction In their iVe are the only people who have path. It Is over, the bells of liberty never dragged religion Into politics. are pealing forth the sweetest music The Vatican trusts that It will never, that ever reached the human ear. The ee ,&0 uay ,nat "llcn ,8 the cas0- " e cured over the greater portion of the country,' with snowstorms in the north west and middle west. The tempera ture has fallen over thirty degrees in Wyoming, Colorado. Kansas. Oklaho ma and northwest Texas. It Is below zero in the northwest and the freezing Mne dips southward Into northern Tex is. The weather In this State baj Jeen" fair, except that showers have Incurred over the eastern third of the State.. The tenneratur at tm t eiwrt ranged from 10 degrees at Am- rillo to 72 degrees" at Brownsville, nd the winds were west1 and north west, except on the coast. It will be older and clearing In this viclnltv Might and generally fair on Wednes- ay. with moderate west to northwest hinds. Advance Spring Styles For Men New Spring Hats SUisomt ami Imptriclg Newt D New Spring Shirts Mamkattam ami Eaglt$ Parks & Waldrop TheClothien The Ladies Aid Society of the Free jBaptist church will give a tea Thurs day afternoon from 3 to 6 at the home of Airs. J. L. Edge. A cordial invita tion to all. OR. W H. LAWRENCE DENTIST VRR HASWULK BOOK BTORI W, C. FOUNTAIN im.e uwtal-s h'vt -mltn Urt. . E DRY AND vi (JRF.EN 8 n Hand all n lie Time WpOD Cut All Lengths. Prompt Delivery, Any Quantity oiJOHN SMITH, Phone' 339 J. W. BATT8 REAL ESTATE AGENT Taliafeini Building. On Ph--e 37 otfii-e in posite Ciurt Honsu. in . ttii-,. ti- iilv ; o' At.Mr.n i Books of Brazos County riile Good tenant lv anted for five- om cottage hnth. w;il ad more rooms or remodel if desired. Close in. MILLER'S - -u- IH1TEL Near H. A T, $5.00 A NEAT ROOMS WEEK BEST TABLE I hive leased The Bryan Hotel Formerly conduct! b W. P. Trtit. FVFBY mm- -THING BRIGHT Mill I 1 1 M 1 1 II J 'jtrfft will be first-class. Day and weekly boarders solicited, 1 D. D. McALPINE. Prop. II- white dove of peace hovers over the .want our rights and nothing more. We Want And rimnnr1 triA nri vllctroa rolling prairie of the Lone Star state granted to us by the constitution. We and the heroes whose deeds are recor- ,'nre H.ooti.Oot) strong and all we ask ded on the sweetest page in memory's Bncl v hat We want ls ,he frPft exercise book, lie down to peaceful slumber. 'f our.falth- n discrimination against One of the most interesting things jvho gives us that we will vote for In to be seen was the grave of Benjamin jthe future as in the past, be he Catho Rice Brighhani who fell with eight llc- Protectant or Jew." others in the battle. Following are the inscriptions on the splendid monument erected on the field: "Two days before the battle : Admission 23 cents, but old folks of jThla morning we are in preparation four score may enter in without money am) without price. Aunt Propriety Fullenwlder and Splmter Plinyam Pickenbone will be on the platform to attend all unseemly behavior and prevent any undue speak ing. Sandy Btakenhead will be on hand to quell riotous disturbances and tumult. to meet Santa Anna. It is the only chance of saving Texas. From time to time I have looked for reinforce ments In vain. ' We will have only ' Liquor Solicitors Barred. Des Aioines, la., Feb. 11. Liquor so licitors taking orders for retail quan tities to be filled outside the stata were barred from Iowa by tne supreme court in a decision that reverses the ,ormer decision of the court, and again puts In force the statute which w-as be fore held ta be unconstitutional. Be sides forbidding the actual taking of Groceries for February The right kind at the rieht Prices nothing better than TELM0 CANHEHJZQOD? AND EXCELLENCE FLOUR Give us a trial during February SANDERS. BROS. our uesi enorts to ngnt the enemy to The bonds of matrimony will bd pro- 8Urn advantage as will insure victory. nounced on any-couple prepared forllnoUKn ,ne 0l,,'s are preat anaint it. the, ceremony. Doors op"n at 7:30 p. ' leilv? "i1 result in the hands of a in. Curtain S:30 sharp. At the Grand j wls' Go(1 an'l relv "P" his providenee. about TOO men to march with beside ' rptal' quantity orders In either wet or the camp guard . We go to the con-! f0Utie3- the decision is held by , ... , , , Attorney General Byerj to apply to quest. It Is wisdom growing out of mall oraers. necessity to meet the enemy now; j ' every consideration enforces it. Xo ' IT'S SHIRT Vvrjf".?!;.. previous occasion would justify It.' Ladies I cannot refrain from .nn. The troops are Jn fine spirits and now ' tioning to you once more those beauti-1 is the time for action. We shrll ise fill shirt waists I am nmkino Bi.niail 1850 1909 INVESTIGATION wjlLowvtrthaf ' WrTe polcies issued by ' The Manhattan Life of New York are good S. L. BOAT WRIGHT, Agent. ALWAYS READY prices on. Beautiful $1.50 white ! waists, tor only cents while thev ' U';h v- v li. lvl . . . . . -""" tailored waist,, worth $2.r.O 'm I A7i 7m tT ' he o!d rd,S' r!y II.S.S. A full line of shirt waist JUiliN Wl I (J M A N T A ILQ R fl I T O V -V 5 a" iatest designs. W. .1. Can alWi.v hP.W.n.KH . c-. . .... . WA .a. vjua.uy, oiyic. r-it anj Promctr.css. WITI MAN. Merchapt Tailn Coulter. JOHN Ouei-a llrniKii Prl.lav c-ol, 't innn .IIV count rv will ilr Instil tn ,h,,,. " - i . li-tu;, . tu, B, l.iu.T. ,j - . .1 v .... i,i i. , nve us vnnr nr,irrs. BARGAINS THAT WILL APPEAL TO YOU ii Embroideries. Come and feast your eyes and satisfy your desire by inspecting the most beauti ful line of Embroideries that wcj ever shown in Bryan. We can now proudly say (hit we have the most ex cellent and best line of Em broideries in this city, made up in' the very newest pat terns ar.d designs, and priced from 5c a yd. up to $5.00 a yd. It will pay you to give us a call. - SHOES The line of shoes we carry need no special comments. The "QUEEN QUALITY" shoe for women stands as a monument of glory for our store. Buy a pair of these rhocs for either style, comfort and beauty which these shoes possesses and wear a pair of the best shoes you ever wore. SHOES For Spring wear inspect our"Ime of oxfordsformen. Wjjra"ve themin all styles andlefners, including Gun MetaWatent Leather. Russia Calf. fiUbuckles or without, also in Ox Blood. They are beauties and the prices are $3.0f, $3.00 and $4.00 a pair. SHIRTS A brand new shipment of the new styles. These are made to sell for $1.25 each. This week we place these on special sale also, on these goods at 98c each See our Show Windows SILKS Buy your Summer Silks of us. We are hcadquartes in this line. Fuji Silks, regu lar 50c a yard goods, at 35c Yd. ON THE CORNER or. EUGENE EDGE ON THE CORNEK Rajah Silks Inspect this line. Regular 75c goods for 50c a Yd. . V.