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JNO. M. LAWRENCES CO.
Now situated in the fvflall store are ready to serve you promptly and satisfactorily. A fresh, clean Stock of 4 Groceries Phones 78 and 54 Jno. IVI. Lawrence & Co. RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. Schedule. o. 3 North bound 1:38 p.m. o. 5 North bound 12:46 a.m. Jo. 2 South bound 3:40 p.m. 6 South bound .2:43 a. m. Jo. 14 North bound 12:58 p. .m o.j South bound 4:11 p. m. t ! . - - - LOCALS AND PERSONALS. FOII SALE A five room cottage, lot and a half of gound. Near town and bchool. for $".00. Address X. Y. Z. care Kagle J Judge YV. C. GibbJ.wy1o Ni.va soa yesterday afternoon afier spend ing sonii.' time with his son Mr. V. F. Gibbs and family. For Safe The four room house on Union Warehouse lot. remove same. Apply Oil loch, Manager. 64 Mrs. Vogel and Phillip Uroginbki left for Galveston yesterday afternoon to a' tend the marriage of Mr. Dave Woolf and Alias Blum. Henry Crenshaw returned yester day from Fort Worth. He left Alns. 'Crenshaw verv much better. HU son 7 li. H. Knox visited Hearne yester day. Miss Vamie Daly la visiting In New Orleans. D. li. Lloyd was In yesterday from Reliance. t T. P. Hall was In from Steep Hollow yesterday. .jYV. AI. Hudspeth was In from Tabor tsterday. S Arthur Smith of Reliance, was In je fy yesterday. Turner Crenshaw was in yesterday hm Steep Hollow. Jas. Henry Jr. was In yesterday fun Thompson creek. .laa. Cooper was In yesterday from a home on Rock Prairie. John S. Smith was In yesterday torn Harrla school house. WANTED Ten pounda of clean tigs. Kagle printing Co. tf Commissioner P. H. Arrlngton was p yesterday from Allllican. Frank Alyers made a short business trip to Alumford yesterday. ' Alias Nannie Foote returned yester- ay ,from a visit to Houston. .Mrs. Chas. Wetter huii returned from visit to relatives at Klkhart. Airs. Lamar Hethea and son Cade kre vsiting relative In Ro''.Jale. Tom Coodmun and Jack Graham of Jlarvey, were In the city yesterday. Airs. Lem B. Hall la visiting her sla-W er Airs. Will S. Adams In Cameron. II. P. Dansby was In the city Thurs day from his home at Steep Hollow. Will Kinney returned to Knnis yes terday after visiting relatives in this ity. Airs. A. H. Carr Jr. and son John eturned to Houston yesterday after- (')oon. The king of mlnstrelly. Joe Wort en (the-Georgia Sunflower) and Willie Uoehme (the Alabama Blossom) at the H. A. C. mluKtrels Friday Febru ary ltb. C3 Everything new, snappy and up-to-date' at the 13. A. P. minstrels Friday night Feb. PJth. 63 Airs. K. J. Roberts has returned from a visit to her parents at Erwln, Grimes county. ' W. H. Buchanan of Kurten, was looking after business matters here yesterday. Dallas Andrews was over from Wil low Hole Thursday trading with Bryan merchants. H. O. Hoatwright has returned from the first district Bankers convention at Galveston. Remember the date for the enter tainment by the students of Villa Alalia at the Grand opera house. Af ternoon and evening Feb. 22. Airs. J. II. Bammel of Houston, is the guest of her parents, Air. and Airs. J. L. Hearne. J. C. Vlck has Just received a car of seed torn, car sorghum seed and a car of seed oats. 63 John Slaughter, Uncle Watt Stnart anI Geo. Saxon of Reliance, were in the city yesterday. Rt. Rev. Bishop N. A. Gallagher re timed to Galveston yesterday after vis iting Father J. B. Glelssner. Two cars Oklahoma and Panhandle ear corn on track. White Wolf Sloc k Food. llensarling Bros. 65 John Deptinm and son Alike Depuma of Aludvllle, lert yesterday afternoon for a visit to New Orleans. Alra. Tom AlcKanna and ehlden re turned to .Mart yesterday after visit ing friends here and at Allllican. See the Cotton Scene first part Something new and novel at the B. A. C. Allnstrela Friday Feb. l'Jth. OS Geo. p. Kdge, merchandising at Har rla school bouse, was looking after business matters here yesterday.. For Sale .My home corner Dallas land Fannin St., fronting II. G. Rhodes. F. Glbbs. . C8 Alias Jessie Irene Johnson arrived from .Mineral Wells yesterday after noon to visit her mother and sister. R. P. Andrews and little daughter left for their home at Blum yesterday after visiting relatives at Steep Hol low. ' y' Airs. S. K. Hanneman who waa quite painfully burned on Tuesday night, la Improving rapidly, and was doing exceedingly well yesterday and last night. Her many friends will learn with pleasure that she Is doing so nicely. B. A. C. MINSTREL TONIGHT. Show of the Season at Opera House Toniqht. Grand Street Parade at 4 p. m. The young gentlemen members of the Brgan Athle'le Club will give their superb mistrei at the Grand opera house tonight. They had their final Purc haser to i rehearsal last night and are in perfect to W. I. Mo-. readings tor me curiam to go up 10 nigrt. Their show will be right up to the minute and the people of Bryan and vicinity can attend with perfect assurance of an evening's splendid en tertainment. New jokes, new songs, side splitting local hits, good buck-and-wing dancing and everything that goes to make up an up-to-date minstrel. Don't miss the grand street parade this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Take the little ones down town to see it, they will enjoy it. Encourage the boys with your pres ence tonight. They are going to glv; you a good show and while yon will never regret going, yet you will be do ing theni a geat favor. Herbert will return in a few days.r- .1. L. Anders left yesterday for aub- ui tin where he goes to take the oath of office as a state ranger. Air. Anders does not yet know tTe he will be stationed. I Airs. J. W. JoWfson and Miss Stella Johnson went to Beaumont yesterday afternoon to attend the wedding of Miss Ida Sheppard ami a gentleman from Boston. Notice Final Dividend Brazos River Bridge Co. THE WEATHER. , Special to the Bryan Eagle. New Orleans, 1., Feb. IS. Tonight unsettled weather; colder. Friday fair; colder. Cline. Weather Notes. Galveston, Tex.. Feb. 18. The east ern disturbance noted yesterday has moved northeastward over New Eng land, and snow and rain have been general in Atlantic districts, the Ohio valley and Lake region. The north Pacific cost daturbnee has moved east ward to .Montana, attended by general precpltation in the northwestern por tion of the country. An area of high pressure, with clear skies, covers Gulf districts, and light to killing frosts have occured on the Gulf coast. The temperature has fallen east of the .Mississippi valley, and risen from that valley westward to the Plateau. In Texas the weather has been fair and moderating in all portions of the State, j At time of report the temperature ranged from :50 degrees In northwest ern and northern localities to 48 de grees on the coast. The weather n this vicinity will he generally fair and warmer tonght and Thursday, wth light to moderate southerly winds. River Forecast. There will be no imKrtant change In the Trinity, Brazos and Colorado rjvers. H. BUNNE.MEYER, Section Director. The holders of the Secretary's re ceipts of stock of the Brazos River Bridge Co. are requested to present their receipts to the secretary and re ceive a check for a final dividend on said stock. A statement of the books of tre company prepared by the Sec retary can be seen at either the office of the President or Scretary. W. E. SAUNDERS. President. 6.1 - G. S. PARKER, Secretary. Rescued a Little Girl. Ifey Foster is a local hero as a re sult of a daring rescue of a little gii l from the wagon being drawn by a run away team of mules .Saturday. v The ten year old daughter of a Bo hemian farmer had been left In the wagon while the parents were in town shopping. While she was holding the reins the mules became frclghtened and ran down East Third street, com ing near to striking numerous vehi cles, but providentially striking none. The little girl was dumb with fright. As the team neared Foster's laundry, at the corner of Porter street Mr. Foster saw the runaway coming. He; ran out to the street and swung iutoj the rear end of the wagon as the team ran by. j Securing the lines from the little j girl's hands he brought the mules to a stop after a run of several blocks. 1 Air. Foster wa3 warmly congratula ted for hia quick wit by the many witnesses. Taylor Dally Times. Advance Spring Styles For Men New Spring Hats Strtsoms and Imperials New Spring Oxfords N t tile ton on J Walk Overt That lost earthquake of January 2'i has been located in Western Persia, where it destroyed sixty villages, tome I of which were completely engulfed and j others reduced to ruins. The loss of life is estimated to be between 3000 anl fiOOO. The remoteness of the district and lack of communication with the outside world is the cause of the delay in learning the facts. New Sp Mankeltent 3 Shirts A Eaglet Parks & Waldrop ThelOothien Villa Maria ENTERTAINMENT Grand OperjJfetisT Feb. Afternoon & Evening Benefit New Auditorium Seats on Sale at Cavitls ADMISSION 25 and 50 Cents Some Fine Turkeys. Mr'vJohn B. Alike shipped the finest pair of hronze turkeys yesterday that ever left Bryan to Jack C. Aliller, man ager of the 101 Ranch at Bliss, Okla homa. The pair weighed 73 pounds, the gobbler 43 ounds and the hen 30. Air. Aliller arranged with Air. Alike for the turkeys when he was here last fall with the 101 Ranch Wild West ' show, and has Just gotten back to his i ranch and written for them. In re turn he is going to send Air. Alike some fine seed corn from his ranch, which Is said to be the best corn grown in Oklahoma, t The I j H . & T. C. R. R. E I 1 I Fire! Fire! The disastrous fire which has just occurred in Bryan's business district thoroughly exemplifies the need of insurance that pays. The facilhie-o): our office are unexcelled and arc at yourcmtnand. Ring us and we will be hnnyoaagspot. Moore, Robinson Yx, Adams Phone 266 Parker Building BUCHANAN & CLOUD Butchers, Feeders and Shippers BRYAN, TEXAS WE LOAN MONEY L O p2rTU TheJackson Loan &. Trust Co. 120 West Capitol Street, Jackson, . Mississippi. see R. O. BOUNDS, at Miller House Notice of Sealed Bides. Notice Is hereby given that the Com missioners court of Brazos county will receive sealed bids at the office of the County Judge up to noon Feby. 22nd. for placing metal ceiling In all the lower floor of the County court house, i Plans nnd specifications can be sepn nt the office of the County .Tudse. The Court reserves the right to reject any, and all bids. ! A. G. BOARD. ! Co. Judge Braos Co. ! Bryan, Texas, Feby. 13th, 1909. 63 ; DRY AND (JRF.F.N On Hand all the Time WOOD Cut All LengthV Prompt Delivery, Any Quantity. JOHN SMITH, Phone 339 J. B. HINES All Kinds of Insurance Telephone 161 Office Down Stairs in City Hall. THE COZ Y ..TO-NIGHT.. 2000 Feet New Motion Picture Admission 10 Cents TALK FRIEN0LY NOW Open for Business in the Fountain Huilding on North Main Street. New Place, New Goods and Courteous Treatment. Call to See Me. JOE KOSH SPECIALS FOR TEE WEEK MS Queen Quality Footwear . For "Milady" Is Always Correct MM Ask to see them At Edge On the Corner Our buyer has just returned from the t-astern markets, ana every incoming irain is Dcaring i.u r mirrknci'nrf tn trip natrens of this DODular store. . 'k....u.j..g3 l - a A Silks, Linens, Embroideries, Laces and All-Overs ... i t r. n.rinmo tn "MJlarlvV attire for Sorini? and Summer wear can be found here, boon as the goods in iaci cvciy wing - - -j-- " m , . j - . .i tVev are unnacked and placed on the counters for your inspection. The Summer Lawns and Uingh here galore in every popular shade including this season s latest checks and stripes. ams are See Our Windows for Other Special Bargains fecial gains o II