It is our duty and pleasure to serve our customers as well as
the Companies we represent. It is the Motto of this ottice to
furnish the best and quickest service consistent with conera
tie agency underwriting. The facilities of our agency belonf
to its friends. Call us up when you want information.
No Trouble T Ansv.tr Questions
Phone 265 Parker Building
WE LOAN MONEY
TheiJackson Loan & Trust Co.
120 West Capitol Street, Jackson, Mississippi.
SEE R.O. BOUNDS, at Miller House
THE CO I Y
2000 Feet New Motion Pictures. Admission 10 Cents
NOW Open for Husinesj in the
Fountain Building on North Main
Street. New Place, New Good and
Courteous Treatment. Call to See Me.
Handles nothing hut
very best in
Kxtra tine whiskies for family and
medicinal purposes. Your patronage
appreciated. K. ROHDF.
Have u Car of
Early Seed Corn
Champion White Pearl; Silvsr
Dime; Golden Bc:;i:tv: Old Hick, ry
King, all VII d.is. A!,o OMa. White
Wonler Fie! J. :.'k! ( a!.i. Improved
Siuav. Limited (j'. ..;itiu of Mebane's
BIG BOLL COTTON.
Car of Amber and Orange Caneeed.
Buy your garden and flower seed
from me; the only seed hi use in Uryan.
R. L. BROCOON
J. W. BATT3
REAL ESTATE AGENT
OlM.'i' In TaliatVitu L'liildin;;
I'OSlte ClUlt HOIH'V Phr
in 'tlii' ti"- i-.:y - ' A !i
EPIDEMIC OF THE GLANDERS
Hearne Farmer Lost Several Head of
Stock in Two Months.
Mearne. Tex., hVb. 21. There lias
been considerable complaint in this
section during the past six weeks of
the presence of glanders. John M.
Smith, a prominent planter of the
Hranchvville neighborhood, lias lost
thirteen head of tine mules since
l hristmas, and it is said that he has
two or three more head sick with this
Tile weather lias been remarkably
fine during the past few days and our
people have been getting their gar
den lands in shape, and are planting.
The fanners say there is a fine sea
sen in the ground, though our fall was
the driest in thlrty-si. years. Hon -on
FROivi PARKER SCHOOL.
had preaching at t he school
. .loe Hays moved from the Davis
e Tinman place.
It. I., .lone-: visited Tabor Snn-
Will Jones visited friends at
Miss Fannie Kennedy is visiting her
r';:M.e Mr. S. S. Kennedy.
Mr. W. A. King and family visited
Mr. M. K. Stabler Sunday.
Mr. John Rawls is visiting with Mr.
" .R. Parker.
Mr. Thos. Peyton of Renchley vi-i
ted at the home of Mr. and Mrs
PASTORATE ENDS NEXT SUNDAY.
Rtv. Challenner Will Leave Bryan
Early Next Week.
It will be remembered that some
few week ago Kev. Challenner ten
dered his resignation to his church
board as pastor of the Christian
church and iame was accepted. After
Its acceptance Rev. Challenner accep
ted a call to the pastorate of the
church at Windsor, Mo.
1-ater the church here decided to
have the whole matter rectndej and
retain Rev. Challenner as pastor If
possible. Accordingly the official
board appointed a committee to com
municate with Rev. Challenner In re
gard to the wishes of the church, and
the following U a copy of the letter
they addressed to him:
Rev. James A. Challenner,
Dear Brother Challenner:
AVe the committee appointed by the
official board of the First Christian
church of Bryan. Texas, and acting
for the congregation of said church,
respectfully ask that you reconsider
your resignation as pastor of this
church, and earnestly request that
you ask the Christian church of Wind
sor, .Mo., to release you from your
contract with them .
During your pastorale lieiv yuu
have so endeared yourself to this con
gregation and to the religious people
generally, thi't we feel that i: would
be a calamity fcr you to leave us at
tills time, especially in view of the
fact that mainly through your efforts
we have recently erected a church
edifice that would do credit u any
denomination of a town much larger
than Bryan, on which there is a debt
ouite lame for a conrrejjaticn so
small as this. We fed also that just
at this time, more than ever v. need
ur.v einiot ler.der:ddp and help in
the payment of t Sit--, del.t and or the
continued upbuilding i the Christian
faith in this tr.w.i mid "otiiieuuity.
We further believe that the Wind
sor, Mo., congregation will, when
they thoroughly understand the situa
tion here, readily release you and we
earnestly pray that they will.
Your Brothers in Christ.
CKO. A. ADAMS
W. T. JAMES
The pastor's association of the city
also addressed a letter to Kev. Chal-
lenuer earnestly requesting that he
reconsider his resignation, which was
signed by Dr. M. K. Weaver. Dr. T. H.
Morris, Dr. F. P. F. Duftj an. I Kev. T.
Rev. Challenner accordingly com
municated with the church at Wind
sor, but they refused to release him
in the following telegram:
Windsor, Mo. Feb. l'.uh.
Rev. J. A. Challenner,
Board can't release you. Would do
us an Irreprable Injury.
This settled the matter and next
Sunday will be Uev. Challetiner's last
Sunday in Bryuu. Ho will leave early
next week to visit relatives at Taylor
and tieorgetown. and from there he
will go to Windsor and enter upon
his pastoral duties about March l'tli.
Indigestion Causes it Mi-o-na Will
If you have Indigestion, you don't get
all the nutriment out of your food that
Your worn out stomach passes the
food on without extracting enough nu
tritious substance to supply the blood
And if the nerves are not supplied
with nourishment, they begin to rebel.
They kick up a great disturbance.
They make you Irritable and cranky,
you worry about trifles, and you- can
not sleep soundly at night, you have
bad dreams, and you get up tired iu
Try Mi-o-na tablets, the money back
cure. Mi-o-na will cure vtir nervous
ness by driving out the rtiuae. Mi-o-na
will give you j-elief Uv first hour. It
will cure acuiV cas in a few days,
and chronic cain a few weeks.
Belching of gas, heartburn, sour
taste of food, waterbrash. foul breath
and other dyspeptic symptoms vanish
before the mighty power of Mi-o-na.
Try M-o-ian. K. J. Jenkins sells it
and will refund the money if it doesn't
cure, and only ,"i0 cents a large box.
Do You Want to Save Money?
If you do, buy your next bill
of Groceries at
As we sell Strictly for Cash and can save you from 5 P
to 20 per cent on many things. Our stock of Groceries
J is complete, clean, fresh. Your patronage appreciated.
r.larwill's Cash Grocery.
Oklahoma Planting Seed
Oklahoma Squaw Oklahoma White Wonder
Texas Giant Strawberry
Giant Shoe Peg or Gourd Seed
leva Giant Silver Mine "
if Phone 251
Grain! and Feed Dealers
CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or
money back. Sold and guaranteed by
E. J. JENKINS
H. & T. C. R. R,
One block on West Side of
town in good neighboihood;
fenced with wire; shade trees:
price $300. Terms to suit
J ties Sunday.
Miss Delia Smith is visiting
her Giandmotlir Mrs. Burt.
Mr. Willie Hall departed Monday
for Oklahoma City where he goes to
s ek employment at the carpenter
Quite a number of the farmers have
their ground prepared to plant corn
AN CLD PICTURE.
j (By Joe McC.ee.)
i There's a picture on the wall
I Ouitp f.'imili.'ir tn 114 nil
, f I For its features are well
BUtCherSt .FeederS; Known to every one.
I am fixed to plow
GARDENS, PLANT TREES
CLEAN UP YARDS, LEVEL
HOUSES. PRUNE THEES, RE-.
PAIR FENCES, ETC.
Notify me by postoffice.
j'TU no need to tell its name
1 For it always looks the same,
And the children, they all
, Know it's Washington.
, Every line that you may trace
; In that old familiar face.
; Speaks of deeds of noble
Vclur that was wen.
."et a warrior, pcet. or sage
'Can be found on history's page.
.That can take the place.
1 With us. cf Washington.
W. A. Stacy Dead.
Mr. W. A. Stacy died Sunday 11101 n
in at :! o'clock at his homo in Hons
ton at Hie advanced age ot years.
Mr. Stacy w;is a valiant ex-Confeder
ate soldier, having served throughout
the war a-J a member of the 4th Texas
ii neut. Moods Brigade. Me leaves
a widow and three sons. . r., .
Hid .1. M. Stacy, all living in Houston
.aid one daughter. Miss Treva Stacy.
The remains were shipped to Navaso-
ti and laid to rest there yesterday.
He was a brother of Messrs. Pete and
John Stacy of this city, and Mr. John
Stacy went to Navasota to attend the
In, e rtiih me. 1 rei'ieent t;ie OIJiM and HiM Companies. Yo.ir Knsins"!
iv en inv pe'-i nal attention, and spp.ci iaie 1.
C. E. BOYETT
Kire. Tornado. Accident. Plate Glass, Bonds and Live Stock
Residence Phone 237. O.'hVe I'hone 372.
Groceries for February
JHWII II l II lfTWFTI!!"l-JT-T!l.l .."II UJWnrmWWB
The i i 1 1 1 kind at the rilit pi Le nothing better than
TELMO CANSED GOODS
ASD EXCELLESCE FLOW
Give us a trial
W. L. Houston to Hearne.
Mr. W. L. Houston has resigned his
position wit n U . J. (jointer and ac
cepted a position with the dry goods
house of Davison & Smith of Hearne.
He left at noon yesterday to enter u-
on his new duties. Mr. Houston had
worked for Mr. Coulter for eight
years, and for Eugene Edge two and
one-half years. He is a splendid dry
goods man, and courteous and obliging
salesman.. During his residence here
lie has made many friends In Bryan
and the surrounding country who re
gret to see htm leave. He will not
move his family to Hearne until after
the close of school.
Ceiling Contract Awarded.
The commissioners court on yester
day afternoon opened the bids for
ceiling the first floor of the county
court house with metal ceiling. The
contract was awarded to Mr. C. E.
Jenkins for the sum of $315.00 which
also includes the painting.
V B. Hua.sou v. .wiisu-
HUDSON & ,W I L80N
Bryan and Fraukl.'n. 'fexaa
rt'lll practice in county, state and feu
eral courts. Special attention to
business in Brazos aud Rob
Mr.vun, Te.,., .lanklin. IV .
147i acres of lana in tlie Mosh.
Huirhen survey, uear Edge. Prlct
and terms reasonable.
Half acre of land with Improve
inents, one block east of my home
80 acr.-s adloinlna . At M. t'ni
lege land on west side, near Prov.
rtence churcn. Known as the George
190 acres, including Double Sulphui
springs, on Navasota river.
V. B. HUDSON,
W. T. JAMES
The Manhattan Life Insurance Co.
Is one cf the oKiest, safest and
strong: in the vcorlJ. See
me tor the be.
S. 1,. IJOATWRKJIIT, Aucut.
. . I M 1 1 1 J I n m M I IMMIIMMHtMtSOtMti
W. C. FOl'NTAIN
'it&.-o upstairs over femltb Drag Co.
Near H. & T. C. Depot.
$5.00 A WEEK
DR. W H. LAWRENCE
)VHR HASWBLL'S BOOK BTORI
I have leased
The Bryan Hotel
Kormerlv conduct bv W. P. Trant. EVERY
ihiinu bKium i-Ktsn inj service
will be rirst-class. Dav and weekly
D. D. McALPINE, Prop.
The Eaglo is requested to announce
that the annual cemetery working nt
Alexander will be held on Friday,
March 5th. All parties interested will
govern themselves accordingly.
On Hand all
Cut All Lengths. Prompt Delivery,
JOHN SMITH, Plione 339
I WHOSE IS IT?
I The Complete Drugstore The Satisfactory Drugstore
t ine convenient Urugstorc 1 he Appreciative Drugstore I
1 he Accommodating Drugstore J
M. H. JAMES i
4 ' Mlli !'
With the Newest .Seasonable Fabric for Men'sClothinu. The old reliibe
JOHN WITTMAN TAILOR SHOP
Can always be depended on tor Quality, Style, Fit'and Promptness.
Give us vonr nr.Ws. JOHN WITTMAN, Merchant Tailr.
nsure in the SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE CO., Dallas, Tex
FRIEND IN NEED SOCIETY.
Many are now enioylng the bOefiti of Uf, Insurance that would not. II not lor my tflorU
JOE B. REED.
Stevenson Mhjne & Repair Works
PHONE NO. 7 BRYAN, TEXAS
Flower And Garden Seed
In Balk and Papers
2 Mammoth Papers Garden Seed
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