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I JNO. M. LAWRENCE
Now situated in the Ed UaiT store
are. ready to serve yourtomptly and
satisfactorily. AUein, clean Stock of
Groceries
. Phones 78 and 54
CITY COUNCIL MEETING.
i Regular Meeting Held. But Little
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4?
. Lawrence & Co.
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
H. A T. C. Schedule.
No. I North bound 1:88p.m.
No. I North bound 12:46a.m.
No. 2 South bound 5:40p.m.
No. 6 South bound 2:48 a. m.
I. & G. N. Cchedule.
o. li North bound 12:58 p. .m
'No. 15 South bound 4:11 p. m.
LOCALS AND PERSONAL8.
Fresh vegetables to Jay at Sanders
llros. 8
J. H. Wheeler was over from Iiedias
Friday. ..
Noah Llndsey was In Friday from
Reliance.
Joe Johnson returned to Houston
yesterday.
H. T. Rons va In rroin Harvey
sterday.
Prof. J. A. nrown, of Houston, is in
the tlty.
Oeorge Williams wax in yesterday
frm Harvey.
E. R. Lloyd was In the city Friday
from Kurten.
J. C. Lloyd of Reliance was in the
city yesterday.
Mr. J. L. Christian is visitinng rel
atives In Heane.
M. E. Greathouse was in from the
bottom yesterday.
F. V., and T. D. 1 k of Tabor, were
In the city Friday.
Tolbert Bullock was In yesterday
from Steep Hollow.
Miss Francis Fountain Is the guest
of friends In Calvert.
Hugo Stasney was In Friday from
his home near College.
Mr. el. T. t'mensetter returned yes
terday from Galveston.
James V. James went to Houston
yesterday on business.
W. F. Gibbs has returned from a
visit to San Angelo and various' point
In west Texas.
For Rent My home in Bryan; 5
room house; all conveniences. Rom-
ney Dansby.
Born. to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Buch
anan at Kurten yesterday, a sweet lit
tle baby daughter.
J. H. Hearne of Kurten, was a pleas
ant caller at the Eagte office while in
the city Friday.
Mrs. Fannie Griffin returned yester
day afternoon from a visit to Taylor
and other points.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Meredith and
M;s Lizzie Johnson went to Milllcan
yesterday afternoon.
Sanders P.ros. have added to their
delivery equipment, an elegant, light
running little wagon.
Prof. K. K. Marlott has returned
from a vlxlt to his daughter, Mrs. Dr.
Shackelford at Dallas.
The Temple Telegram company will
Rive a special matinee at the opera
house this afternoon.
Lost Gold cuff button. Letter (
engraved on it. Finder return to this
office and get reward. r-9
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Boggan returned
tn Knckdule vesterdav after a few
days visit In this city.
Miss Ira Maud Camp of Villa Maria
is spending Saturday and Sunday with
hep parents in Navasota.
Mrs. J. A. D. Robinson and Miss
Bessie Robinson of Wlxon, were visit
ors to the city yesterday.
.las. Wilson Jr. of Edge, spent last
night with relatives in thiB city. His
son. JeHse, was wilh him.
Mrs. M. Minis and daughter Miss
Laura Minis were visitors to the city
yesterday from Holllgan Chapel.
E. H. Edge arrived yesterday from
New York where he spent the past
two weeks buying goods for his store.
Everybody should arrange to attend
Business. Library Voted $200X0.
The city council met In regular ses
sion at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
with Mayor Maloney presiding and
all aldermen and other officers pres
ent. Minutes of previous meeting were
read and approved.
Cbas. Palermo appeared before the
Council with reference to his assess
ment and it was unanlmouly voted
to reduce his gin 'assessment to
14.000. The Secretary was Instructed
to draw check to cover the reduction.
Motion prevailed that tbe Mayor
and Secretary use their best judge
ment In filing tai suits.
The commute heretofore appointed
to have the city ordinance printed,
reported that they had let the contract
to the Eagle Printing Company for
the sum of $130.00.
The matter of opening certain
streets was referred to the Street
Committee with power to act.
Alderman Covey reported that he
had moved the Worley" fence -from the
street back to Mr. Worley's line.
The sum of $200.00 was voted to the
Carnegie Library book fund.
There being no further business
the Council adjourned.
Dr. Julius Zulch of Zulch, Madison the Merchants Carnival at the oera
rnnrtv ( tn the i itv. . house next Monday and Tuesday
C. N. Shealey was a business visitor nights given by home talent under the
yesterday from Reliance.
Wanted Good Jersey Cow fresh In
milk. Dr. Geo. R. Tabor "0
Jake Keifer of North Zulch, was In
Bryan on business yesterday.
Ladles and children's matinee at
C. A. Harris returned yesterday talk.
from an extended business trip. i Dr. BartU-t Sims of New Orleans.
Pete Moore and Ballard Moore of I and Mrs. Ray Sims Mills of Corslcana
aimdces of the ladles of the M. E
churh. A fine program, many new
features. Seats only 1.', 25 and 2'
cents. Over 100 performers. .'S
Enimel & Maloney have Installed
a new National cash register which is
a beauty and can do evejK thing but
Edge, were in the city yesterday.
T. T. Goodwin was in the cjty Fri
day from his home at Providence.
For Rent The cottage adjoining
my residence. Mrs. T. C. Nunn. CO
L. S. Williams anil Anion Williams
of Harvey, were in the city yesterday.
Miss Cairo Edwards ofthe T. W. C,
mportant to Members of L. S. Ross j
Chapter U. D. C.
As the program for February Is I
mostly In form of a discussion, I deem j
It necessary to Insert it In the Morn
ing Eagle so that each member may
have an opportunity of preparing
some Information on the subject to
give out at the next meeting. Some
musical selections will be ad. led to
the program later Knd the place of
meeting will be announced later.
MRS. Wm. A. BANKS,
Hist. L. S.'Ross Chapter V. D. C
Program
1. Roll Call Facts About Confeder
ate Womans' Home, Austin, Texas.
2. Music Selected. , ,
3. History of Slavery. Points to be
emphasized: Lawful existence of
slavery throughout the world when it
was Introduced Into Virginia in 1619 ,
Freedom of Serfs ih Russia, 1S61. '
Slavery abolished in the District of
Columbia, April. ISO:', one year after (
the wijr began b iween the North and I
South. Slavery was in rorce in tne
13 orglnal colonies when these form-1
ed the I'nlon of the States and was j
protected by the Constitution. Growth j
of the idea of freedom for all men
and Its prevalence In the South would '
here under progressive conditions j
have prevailed. Slavery was the burn-i
ing question of the hour for 4u years
before it ended in a great war, fol
lowed by general emancipation. "Sect
ional," as it Is called. 13 fostered by
wrong teachings to the children of the
North that the South was fighting to
torce slavery on the people of-the.
North and that the South alone was,
responsible for slavey and all th'e
evils that tollow. The truth is. thatl
economic and climetic conditions con-
gregated these people in the South '
and the people who owned these peo-'
Lengthening of Human Life In This
' " Country One-third. '
I wish to submit for publication In
the Eagle some facts culled from an
article in "American Health," the
official organ of the American Health
League.
Tbe article Is an epitome oi Prof.
Irving Fisher's report as a member of
tbe National Conservation Commis
sion. Eighteen medical experts aided
in the preparation of his report. His
conclusion is startling, "that the pre
vention, even In a moderate degree,
of tbe preventable diseases, would
lengthen human life in this country
fully one-third and possibly much
more."
Mortality rate varies greatly at
different times and places. In India
the average duration of life is less
than twenty-five years, as compared
with fifty-two for sweeden. In Europe
statistics show that the average du
ration of human life has increased
in thrree and one half centuries from
20 to 40 years and that it is now in
creasing faster than ever. During
the seventeenth and eighteenth cen
furies the average increased nearly
eight years, from 1800 to 1S50 more
than four years, and from 1830 to 1900
more than eight years. During the
latter half of the nineteenth century
in Prussia, where medical and sani
I tary science has reached Its highest
I development the average length of hu
I man life wa3 lengthened thirteen and
one-half years. In this country the
average is lengthening fourteen years
per century.
Of 130.000 deaths each year from
tuberculosis more than three-fourths
are unnecessary. More than four
fifths of the deaths and illness from
typhoid fever could be avoided, while
the sanitary measures which will pre
vent one death from typhoid will pre
vent two or three deaths from other
diseases.
Pure water, pure milk and pure air,
if used throughout the nation, would
alone lengthen life by an average of
eight years. There are at all times
about three million people in the
United States seriously ill, of whom
.100,000 are consumptives. Most of
this illne-s is preventable. The fore
going figures are based merely on
Knowledge already gained and tested.
The average duration of human life
In this country is now forty-five year
It could easily be extended to si;:;,
years. The financial gain in thus
prolonging life would be immense.
The gain to morality in obedience
to known laws of health would be
incalculable. The outlook for a vast
improvement in health conditions is
encouraging indeed.
O. C.CHARLTON.
CHURCH NOTICES.
Presbyterian Church.
Sunday services at tne Presbyte
rian church as follows: Sunday school
45 a. m. Services at 11 a. m. West
minster League at 4 p. m.
The public cordially invited to at
tend these services.
First Methodist Church.
Services next Sunday as follows:
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; preaching ;
at 11 a. ro. and 7:30 p. m., by the pas- j
tor; sacrament of the Lord's Supper ;
at both services. Junior League. 3 1
m.; Senior League, 6:30 p. m. All
are cordially invited.
THOMAS H. MORRIS, Pastor.
First Baptist Church.
Services at the First Baptist church
Sunday as follows:
S. S. at 9:45 a. m. H. H. Newton
Superintendent.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. Jim Thom
as, president.
The pastor will preach at 11 a. m.
and Rev. S. W. Kendrick will preach
at night.
Everybody cordially ' invited to at
tend these services and worship with
us.
M. E. WEAVER.
At the Christian Church Sunday.
9:45 a. m. Bible schol, J. J. Ray,
Supt.
11 a. m. Preaching Subject: 'Temples."
6:45 p.. m. Y. P. S. C. E., W. S. Col
lard, President. "
7:43 p. m., preaching Subject:
"Trees."
You have a most cordial invitation
to be present. Short, sharp, bright
services, is the motto.
JAS. A. CHALLENNER,
Pastor.
Advance
Spring Styles
.' ; i i .... ' ' i
For Men
Stw Spring tfots-
Sirisem emd Imftneh
New Spring Oxfords
Ntttlrtom mi Walk (htn
Sew Spring Shirts
Mankattans ai taglrn
Parks &Waldrop
TkedothUr$
V B. Hudson . W.WHbob
HUDSON. & .WILSON
Attorneya-at-Law
Bryan and Franklin, 'lexaa.
Will practice In county, state and tea
era! courts. Special attention to
business In Brazds and Rob
inson counties.
FOR SALE.
I Bryan. Texas. :tanklla. Tex.
' THE WEATHER.
Special to the Bryan Eagle.
New Orleans, La., Feb. 12. Tonight
and Saturday, unsettled weather.
Showers tonight or Saturday; colder
Satirda-y. Cline.
147C acres of lane, in tne Moses
Huahep survey, near Edge.
and ter.Tis reasonable
Half aore LmuT with Improve
ments, one block east of my home.
SO acr.B adjoining '.AM. Col
lege land on west side, near Provi
dence churco. Known as tbe George
Platzer place.
190 acres, Including Double Sulphui
springs, on Navasota river.
V. . HUDSON.
i are guests of Col. and Mrs. M. v
I films
W. B. Walthhall went to Taylor yes- ' pie under the law had Inherited the,
terday where he has accepted a posl-; right under the Constitution, and to J
tion and will make that city his future immediately turn over all on earth a I
home. His family will go today. , minority possessed to a majority of I
The Ladies Choral Club will meet voters in a Republic could only be'
.,i of,,,-.,,. t o.i-. intoo,! ,f i nn settled by the force of arms which I
niipstairo cuwarus onne I. """"'" -- -
is on a short visit to her home In Mil- o'clock. Please note the time, and be , was done when the South was over-,
. . ... wt,. V.r tVm VnrtVl At, fit 1Sfi". t
lienn I prompt. Every member is nrge.i to oe , '" i j
Mrs. E. E. Bradley left vesterday I preaent. as important business mat- i 4. Reading-Paper by Walter L. i
to visit relatives at Frost a'nd Coral- tera are to be taken up. . Flemlnng. Professor of History Louis- j
cana The pupils of Villa Mia Crsuline lana I Diversity. Baton Rouge. Jeffer-.
Mrs. M. A. Greathouse of the bot- Academy will celebate Washington's , on Davis-The Negro an.) the Negro
torn, left vesterdnv to visit at Mav- i birthday Feb. 22. which is also Arbor rouiem
Temple's Telegram.
The presentation of the famous
farce comedy, "Mrs. Temple's Tele
gram" by a company of exceptional
merit .which i3 announced for tonight
at the opera house, promises to be the
event of the season, so far as comed
ies are concerned. The comedy is a
brilliant one, the joint work of Frank
Wyatt and William Morris, and is
brimming over with the most amus
ing sayings and situations, by reason
of which the play easily comes first
In the foremost ranks of clean, clever
farces of which there are none too
many today.
Weather Notes.
Galveston, Texas, Feb. 12. The dis
turbance central yesterday over the
upper Lake region is moving down
the St. Lawrence valley and has been
attended by snow in northeastern dis
tricts and by rain on the middle and
south Atlantic coast. A second dis
turbance is moving in over the middle
j Pacific coast, and precipitation has
been general in Pacific districts. An
'area of high pressure is central over
northern Florida and light to heavy
frosts have occured on the east Gulf
coast and northern Florida. The tem
perature has fallen in all" Atlantic
districts and risen between the
Plateau and the Mississippi river. In
Texas the weather has been fair, and
it is warmer throughout the State.
. . .i .r . .w. a In
At llUltr Ul irinJll iruipriaiuic it. j
this State ranged from 32 degrees at
Amarillo to 62 degrees at Brownsville.
It will be fair and warm in this vicin
ity tonight and probably unsettled
Friday, with light to moderate south
erly winds.
J. W. BATTS
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Office In Taliafeir.i Hiiildiug. Op
posite Ciurf Hou Plv-'-ejjll,
Have in office th4 i !-" t
Books of Brroslii'ii Title.
Good tenant wanted for five
room cottage with bath. Will
ad more rooms or remodel if
desired. Close in.
MILLER'S
bank.
Don't forget the matinee for ladies
and children at the opera house this
afemoon.
Three cars of Oklahoma and North
Texas ear corn on track. Vick's
Feed Store. CQ
! Day. with-an entertainment for the
(Chapter Historians w:1e tc Serre-!
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benefit of the new auditorium. This Mary of University of Louisiana and
Is a worthy enterprise and should papers will be sent free.) j
have a liberal patronage. The enter- !
talnment will be in the afternoon and ra wilson and MrP- s- rab"
evening of the 22nd. at the Grand 1 lr arrived In the city yesterday from
opera house ' Austin, San An?elo and other points.
There are forty-six manufacturers of
sewing machines in America.
How' many can you came? How
many did you ever hear of? One name
comes to the mind of every woman
immediately- The Singer and there
is a very good reason.
The Slr-.r company makes and
sells 2s rcacy machines in each year as
-..'! iV other forty-five combined.
'"ne 105, T. A. Satterwhite, sales
i"rn and collector. tf
Near H. & T. C. Ccpot.
$5.00 A WEEK
f'EAT ROOMS BEST TABLE
t have leased
The Bryan Hotel
For Sale Household furniture, con
, slsticg of cooking stove, two beds
! chiffonier, phonograph, portable bath ;
, tub. Mrs. John Butler, Phone 364. 59 I
OR. W H. LAWRENCE
Horirr!v ccrtucted t-v W. P. Tr.nt. EVEKI
THING f IT' IT In in rJ -'
wi.l till I H M I and wekly
dtrs ollcit4,
D. D. McALPINE. Prop.
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ENTIST
OVBR HASWELL'S BOOK STORH ,
DRY AND
GREEN
m'TTand all
the Ticie
Cut AtTLengths. Prompt Delivery,
Any Quantity
JOHN SMITH, Pne 339
WOOD
i
COME EARLY
AND GET THE PICK
REMNANTS LATER
8 A WW A Y
SPECIALS
SEE OUR
SHOW WltiDOWJ FOR
OThER BARGAINS
' New Dress Linens
Just rece ived a special shipment of these floods in,
all colors, all are one yard wide
Special
25c
a yard
Linen Pongee
A beautiful assortment of this line, full 25 inches
wide, r"ce for Saturday sale
Only
50c
a yard
SHOES
100 Pairs of Solid LefllkeTCuaranled
Single solrfr double sole and double row pegged, with
buckles, lace or congress styie,
with or without spring heel.
Only $1.48 aFair'
SHOES
We have a most beautiful assortment ot ladies' and
gentlemen's Oxfords and Pumps for Spring wear.
Ladies priced from
$2.50 up to $5.00
A pair. v
For Gentlemen fiom
$3.00 up to $4.00
a pair, in all leathers and styles of the season.
ON THE CORNER
EfUGENE EDGE
ON THE CORNER
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