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To our store for a sacjf
American Beauty Flour
To be unloaded Jllonday.
Our GoodS vSCtisfy.
E. J. FOUNTAIN
Phones 111 and 179 The Quality Grocer
Bryan morning Eagle
By THE EAGLE PRINTING CO.
ntered at the PostcS In Bryan,
TezaS, aa second class matte".
Rates of Subscription.
One month
Three months
One year -00
Advertising rates on application.
&t a iKinniu't In honor of Edgar Al
lan Poe in London last Monday
night Sir Conan Doyle said that n
each of the story-writers who hav
drawn inspiration from Pnoe would
contribute a tithe of their indebted
ness to the building of a monument
it would be large enough to dwarf the
pyramids.
Subscribers will confer a favor on
the management by telephoning the
office promptly when carriers fail to
deliver the paper, or when change of
residence occurs.
ANNOUNCEMENT COLUMN.
The Eagle is authorized to announce
the following candidates subject to the
action of the City Democratic primary
to be held March 1st, 1909:
For City Marshal
" C. C. SHELBURNE.
T. P. BOYETT.
For City Secretary
JOHN B. H1XES.
For Alderman
W..S. WILSON JR.
EUGENE EDGE
J. E. COVEY
H. A. BURGEK
F. LAW HENDERSON
Agricultural Commissioner Kone
has asked the attorney general to
umlertake an Investigation for the
purpose of ascertaining whether there
is a cotton oil mill and ginners trust
in Texas. It is claimed that such an
organization has been formed for the
purpose of controlling me price 01
cotton seed.
San Francisco is now reaping the
harvest of the seeds sown by Dennis
Kearney, the sand lot orator, and his
associates a quarter of a century ago.
It is as true of cities and states as of
individuals that "whatsoever a man
soweth that also shall he reap."
BRYAN, TEXAS, MARCH 3, 1909.
BETWEEN TWO FIRES.
llearne Democrat: Profuse apol
ogies are hereby tendered the Bryan
Eagle by this sheet for claiming that
Heame was the finance 1 and banking
center of this section. As the said
Eagle claimed, we forgot that Bryan
was In this section. Having been duly
apprised of the fact, we are now
ready to make any amends within
our Judical Jurisdiction.
A fine example of the retort court
eous coupled with a double entendre.
It is hard to understand, though, how
any one could forget .iryan. It Is
only necessary to think of the Demo
cratic party in order for that name
to occur to one. Galveston News.
Since Voltaire confessed hi.. Inab..
Ity to erfute a sneer. The Eagle will
not attempt It. The head and front
of our offending consisted simply in
stating the fact that Bryan's banks
have on deposit about four limes as
much money as Hearne's.. Why the
News should butt in we do not know.
There la no "double entendre" in the
sneer at Bryan, however. This is the
second recent Instance of the News'
littleness to which the riagle has
called the attention of Us readers.
In an article published last Friday,
Monsieur Laubet, ex-president of
France, argues strongly that the
world is approaching rapidly the era
of universal peace. He says that pub
lic opinion In all nations condemns
war and that it is being chrystalisted
into an irrlslstable force.
That canard about Mr. Bryan being
a candidate for president the fourth
time is on a par with the story star
ted some time ago that he was about
to enter the ministry and the canard
of last week that he would .jon go on
the stage as star actor In a play
which he would himself write.
It nttiipflra that Lieutenant Gov
pmnr navldunn wb too nrevious In
his announcement at Dallas that the
Governor would be satisfied if the
legislature would pass the general
appropriation bill and go nome. uov.
Campbell insists that Ithe platform
.lonmrwla nhnll ho acted on and threat-
' ens to call an extra session if thy are
i ignored. Sonienow tne soions sui
to shy at the "demands Dili mey
must choose, It seems, betv.een mem
and the grindstone.
This la the last day of the reign of
Teddy the Terrible. Hallelujah!
After all the fuss made over the
successful cruise of the battleships,
it was a far less important affair than
"the voyage of Columbus and his three
little wooden sail ships.
The cotton bale is an anomaly.
Great improvements have been made
In the methods of handling all other
staple commodities and the finished
product is put. on the market in an
attractive form, but the same old
cumbersome cotton bale leaves the
gin partly coveted with jute bagging,
to be cut all to pieces by samplers
and mashed out of shape by com
presses and is finally delivered to the
spinners in a disfigured ragged and
unsightly condition. Its repulsive as
pect is a large factor in making the
price unsatisfactory.
DRUG STORE GOODS
By Wire
Our perfect telephone Jysteni
enables you to buy Drufc Store
Goods anything everything
with as perfect satisfaction as if
vou made a personal ca!
When the day is V etl cold, or
you are sick or uV lusy. just
step, to the phone a!l us up
and we'll do the rei-t.
If it is toilet articles, rubber
goods, supplies for sick room or
Nursery, we will make your
selections and deliver the goods,
rush.
EMMEL & MALOSEY
Prturiftiom thrugptts. . . Phoxt SS
There is no serious o, Jectlon to the
legislate rs. en masse, visiting differ
ent parts of the state; indeed there
are good reasons for believing that
the time spent in such Jaunts is bet
ter employed than the average of that
employed in the legislative sessions
In the capltol. These excursions teni
to relieve the members of local prej
udices and to broaden their ylews. It
would be well If they could be exten
ded to include all parts of the state
especially those parts about which
the average member knows very little
such as the Panhandle and the Trans
Pecos regions.
Since It Is generally admitted that
legislative excursions are not a bad
thing within certain limits, why not
systematize them so a" to secure the
best possible results? Let each house
upon organization apiioint a commit
tee on excursions with authority to
arrange a program for the session. A
special train could be chartered for
the term and kept in readiness, w hich.
In order to avoid the suspicion oi
railroad influence, should be provided
at the expense of the State. Only
members and employes of the two
houses should be admitted, all dead
heads being cut out to save expense
but more especially to guard the un
wary and unsophisticated legislator
from the wiles of the seductively Kay
and wickedly cunning lobbyist. The
more we think about it the more we
see the impossibility or condensing
into a paragraph all the advantages
of this plan.
District Court.
The jury for the week was empan
neled in the district court yesterday
morning, but there being no cases
ready for trial, they were excused un
til Friday morning at 9 o'clock.
Divorces were granted in the fol
lowing cases: Webb Crawford vs.
Hattie Crawford; Prodigal Harvey vs.
Alice Harvey.
The grand jury has not yet made
any report to the court.
Walker's
5 and 10
Cent Store
Is Htd q i
1 inwareurar.teware
White NrLnameltd-
ware.lun".inum and
ling in No
tions; and don't for
Cet - - -
Candy 10c per
Pound
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A Novelty Shower.
A brilliant social functioTfwas given
on Tuesday, from 3 to 5 p. m., when
Mrs. E. J. Kyle entertained with a
miscellaneous "shower" In compliment
to Miss Loula Coulter, whose marriage
to Mr. Walter Franklin Hoppess of
Hillsboro, Texas, will be solemnized
at the First Methodist church in tnis
city on Wednesday evening, March
tenth.
Mrs. Kyle arranged her invitation
list to include those friends nearest
nd dearest to tne nonoree, and as
she has by her sincerely and true
worth, won the hearts of all, a crowd
was present at the appointed hour,
.Mrs. Kyle was first to welcome the
guests in the reception hall, and with
her, the bride elect received the many
pretty words and good wishes which
loving friends delighted to shower uiv
on her. In the pprlor Mrs. J. Allen
Myers and Mrs. J. W. Coulter received
and directed the guests to the punch
room where Miss Malcolm Mclnnis
presided.
The entire reception suit was touch
ed with bridal beauty tall vases of
wUte carnations, and "howls cf bride
roses, nested cozlly In billows of
biidal tulle. Over the arched door
ways, bouquets of white carnations
were suspended by broad satin rih
bons, and fern fronds and bows of
tulle adorned the chandeliers. White
wax candles burned In many crystal
spires and tall brass candnlabra held
a glow of white light which fell as a
benediction over the scene. In the
dining room the climax of beauty was
reached in the elegant table. Cluny
lace covered the richly polished wood
and a massive cut glass vase filled
with bride buds was the center piece,
Cut class candle sticks held white
burning tapers and crystal bowls were
filled with white mints and salted
nuts. Supended from the chnnda
lier over the table was a white dove
which hovered gracefully over the
fragrant roses.
In the window nook In the library,
a fern mound had been placed, and
amid the tender leaves was placed
a dainty gilded chair bowed with
white ribbons and a pretty bunch of
lillies of the valley.' Just over the
chair a white dove hovered, and In
its bill was caught a silken bag of
dain'y laces and berlbboned gifts for
the bride. When Miss Coulter had
taken her seat in this pretty nook,
dainty Lillie Bess Kyle, held high in
her mother's arms pulled the ribbons
that sent the filmy laces and hand
kerchiefs fluttering down over the
shoulders of the bride-elect. And then
the many beautiful gifts that had been
brought were pilled around her until
he was fairly covered.
Mrs. W. P. Bryan presented the
gifts in the following beautiful words:
May memories like a benediction fall,
As in future years this hour you recall.
Let each gift prove "a thought, each
thought a prayer
In this beautiful Isle of somewhere.
Over that fireside you go to cheer,
May there always hover tne peaceful
dove,
And throughout your new home atmos
phere May Heaven descend in love.
In response with sincere apprecia
tion in her voice, Mss Coulter said:
"It is unnecessary to say that 1 appre
ciate each gift, made by loving nands
and given with loving hearts. When
I reach my new home, and in memory
I dwell In dear old Bryan, no thought
will bring me more joy than to re
member this occasion, where my
friends are all gathered together.
You say to me word3 now
In affection strong
Pray love me little
So you love me long.
A dainty white bri le book was in
the library and during the hours
friends registered their names and a
good wish for dear Loula.
Angel food and brick cream in
pink and white was prettily served. f
A POSITIVE CURE FOR INDIGES
TION. If you. have indigestion, your food
ferments in the stomach and bowels.
It does more: it decays, and the nu-
iciciis matter which should go to
make new blood decays with it and
this leads to an impoverished condi
tion of the blood, to nervousness, bil
liouiness, constipation, sick headache,
bad breath which disgusts your
friends, and other disagreeable and
unpleasant conditions. S
And all this trouble Is caustjliy
the food that does'nt digest, Jjt fer
ments and oft times rots lnfie stom
ach. And ternier.tatltii Isaised by the
stomach not beingstug enough and
energetic enough f thoroughly mix
the food with the digestive Juices.
MI-O-NA is responsible for tens of
thousands of cures. In fact, it is
such a positive cure for Indigestion
and all stomach troubles that it is
guaranteed by E. J. Jenkins to cure
or money back. The price of a large
box of Ml-o-na tablets Is 50 cents, and
hey are sure to promptly cure the
worst case of Indigestion or gastritis.
Try them.
(PGtHOVNCCD MGHOMi)
CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, oi
money back. Sold and guaranteed Ly
E. J. JENKINS.
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The Indies Aid Society of the Meth
odist church, announces their annual
Easter Egg hunt in the court house
yard Saturday before Easter Sunday.
Watch for further announcement. 74
Try a ak of Wbi Woo'f stock
ood. Phone 370. Vice's Fed Stors.
Whi'e Wyandott eggs fc.f sale. The
popular chicken: $1.00 for 13. W. E
laham, Eryac. F.oute 4.
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TO MEN WITH WIVES,
There are certain things thatrrnen
would better leave alone, the 'wives
know more about them than tfou do.
Thu 1 nrnhtihlv true W Seane ma
chines, finger reputation Js backed
by fifty years experlencV Singer
sales exceed the sales of all' others
combined. T. A. Satterwhite, Sales
man and Collector. Phofce 75.
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Tickets on Sale Daily
4 March 1 to April 30, VW
SEE ANY H. & T. C. AGENT
FOR PARTICULARS
. K. Pl'NLAP. T. J. ANDERSON. '
Traffic Mnt. Gen. Plvtnfr Acent.
Houston, Tenas.
E. ROHDE
Handles nothing hut
very best in
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wines
Liquor and
Cigars
I" r i , -i
r.xira nne wniskies ior family anc
meaicinai purposes, l our patronage
appreciated. V.. ROHDy
J. G. MINKERT
Attornev and Counur!' st Ltw
Real Estate Bcughr
and Sold. Sur
veyor iii office.
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OR. W H. LAWgENCE
DENTI
OVHR HASWELL'S BOOK HTOR1
Cpi'es and Camjy.
I have a nice lice of fresn on:e
made Fruit cakes VdJ nice fancy
cakes and oiily. V
Mrs. Otto loehme. '.' tl
I am fixed to plv
GARDENS, PLANTTREES
CLEAN UP YARDS. LEViL .
HOUSES, PRUNEyTttEES, RE-..
PAIR FENCES, ETC
Notify me by postoffice.
MATHEW PIERCE.
Bryan. Teiae.
DRY AND
GREEN
On Hand all
the Time
WQOD
Cut All Lengths. Prompt Delivery,
Any Quantity.
JOHN SMITH Phone 339
9
miller's
KlfEL
Near H. 4 T. C. Depot.
$5.00 A WEEK
G00BS
For Early
Spring Wear
Foulards
The material Fashion has decreed as the leading dress
goods for Spring. Shades as follows; Catawba, Re
scda,Wistaria, Peacock, Old Rose, Tan, Copenhagen.
75c to $1.00 per yd.
Messalines
Still hold a place'of their own. We have them in all
the new shades, 36 in. at
$1.00 to $1.25 per yd.
Dress Linens
We can show you the most beautiful Mercerized Lin
ens in solid colors and hair line stripes, ftom
25c to 50c per yd.
These must be seen to be appreciated.
Printed Dress Linenc 15c a yd.
4"
The material for an inexpensive suit and skirts, all
shades with hair line stripes.
Novelty Carrie 15c a yd.
A new cloth for Tub dresses for ladies, misses and
children.
Flaxon 25c and 35 c a yd.
The widely advertised new cloth for dainty white
dresses, lingerie waist, etc.
White Checked Pure Linen 50c a yd.
This is one of the newest fabrics for shirt waists.
We also have a line of White Checked Muslin
from. 15c to 25c a yd.
Our stock of Sheer White Goods is complete in every
detail. We invite comparison in quality and prices.
Laces and Embroideries
Our Spring stock received. Dainty match sets, etc.,
etc., etc.
Ms, Nets, Nets.
Tucked, embroidered, plain, the most popular material
for yokes and sleeves for silk dresses, and net waists so
much in vogue.
Band Trimming Colored Cluny, White Cliiny,
Baby Irish, Etc.
The Royal Worcester orset
is the acknowledged BEST Corset for ALL figures.
We have them in styles to give the hipless effect, ex
treme long back and hips $1.00 to S3. 00
Bon Ton f4J0
Royal Adjusto for full figures, gives slender, hip
less appearance to the stout women S3. 00 & $5.00
000
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Our Muslin Underwear Department
is full of fresh, crisp undermuslins, made in dainty
Nainsook, Checked Muslin, etc., lace and embroidery
trimmed. Prices most reasonable, quality and style
to suit the most fastidious.
WEBB
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