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Bryan morning eagle and pilot. (Bryan, Tex.) 1909-1909, March 03, 1909, Image 3

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arc ready to servayou proprtrtTy and
j satisfactorily. A ftesWfcan Stock of
Phones 78 and 54
J no. M. Lawrence & Co.
H. & T. C. Schtdule.
No. S North bound 1:38 p.m.
No. C North bound 12:46 a.m.
Nc. 2 South bound 3:40 p.m.
I. & G. N. Cchedult.
No. 14 North bound 12: C8 p. .m
No. 15 South bound 4:11 p. m.
No. 0 South bound...
.2:48 a. m.
! R. J. Ford of Houston, was in the j
I city yesterday shaking hands with his I
old friends.
Henry Lock went to Temple yes
! terday to Join his wife who U visit
ing there.
I. Y. and A. A. Chinski of Navasota,
were in the city yesterday attending
district court.
J. X. Mize a prominent farmer and
stock raiser of Grimes county, was in
the city Tuesday.
George Walker, John D. Sanders,
and W. H. Boyett of Tabor, were in
the city Tuesday.
W. F. Terry and his little daughter
May of Holliean Chanel were visitors
New songs by Mrs. McCall at the to Bryan Tuesday.
Ice cream at tne Smith Drug Co. 7C
Jack Graham was in from Harvey
Joe Kopecky of Rye was in the city
W. H. McMichael of Tabor, was in
the city Tuesday.
- Ira Bond of Prospect, wao a visitor
to the city Tuesday.
Mrs. Davis of Navasota is the guest
of Mrs. O. W. Showers.
H. E. Smith or Millican, was a visit
or to the city yesterday.
FOR BALE-Rhode Island R"d eggs
$1.:0 for 15. IMione 334. T5
Jessie Farle returned yesterday
from a visit to Hamilton.
Uncle Henry Bowman of Benchley,
was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. C. E. Drake of Houston, Is the
guest of Mrs. V. S. Collard.
Let C. E. Bullock & Co., fill your
trocery orders for March. 73
G. W. Whitehurst and J. C. Davis
went to Mumford yesterday.
Gub Stevener was In the city Tues
day from his home at Kurten.
Mrs. A. V. Royder of Wellborn, was
a visitor to the city yesterday.
Mrs. Hugo Jahn anil Mrs. J. C. Ren
fro are visiting In Houston.
Special music tonight at thee Cozy
Violin, Piano and Clarionet. 75
C.G. Parsons went to Sour Lake yes
terday where he is on c deal to sell
a tract of oil land.
Mrs. V. A. Deaton returned yester
day from an extended visit to her
husband at Yoakum.
Mrs. V. S. Wilson was called to
Huntsvllle .Monday nifht by the ser
ious illness of her mother.
Change of program every night at
the Cozy. 75
Dean Chas. Puryear. of the A. and
M. College, paid the Eagle a pleasant
call while in the city Tuesday.
Mrs. Alice Thompson returned yes
terday afternoon after a visit of some
weeks to her mother in Dallas.
T. J. OlHer, E. G. Jenkins and How
ard Smith, prominent stock men of
Caldwell, were in Bryan yesterday.
Fruit and Vanilla Cream at the
Smith Drug Co. 7
Jim Thomas was a visitor from
Bryan yesterday the guest ofMis nn-
The New Spring
Are now in, and the swellest
lot you ever siw. New shapes
and new toes in gun metal, pat
ent colt, tan Russia and vici kid
Ask to see the new street
pumps the latest thing out in
low cut shoes for men.
Walkovers $3150 and $4
Nettletons $5 and $6
Parks & Waldrop
cle. Mr. Will Thomas. Navjrfcota Ex
aminer. x
John D. Jones of Hlfney. was In
the city Tuesday. Mr. Jones reiwrts
that corn in his community is coming i'V """',,,ruta 10 '
in. niroiv ' by an unfaltering trust in Him who
U) llllt-l. I nilrL. .hA c..,. .-....' c foil koo
i, n m i, m t . , , 1 1 ' ' . ! 111,3 rfu I I v.. " O iai flIU'J
I IT-nm.-lll l. 1, .111111.-1 til I lie e . aim
M. College, was a pleasant caller at
Venerable Lady Patted Peacefully
Away at the Home of Her Son.
Mrs. Nancv Broach, a venerable
lady of Brazos county, uast-i pence-
fully away at the home of her son,
Mr. J. J. Broach at Tabor at 5:30 Mon
day afternoon. She had been very
low for some days and her death
was not unexpected, yet this know
ledge did not make less keen the
sorrow of those loved ones who watch
ed besides her as the feeble taper of
life burned lower and lower and fin
ally went out.
Mrs. Broach was 80 years of age,
a native of Georgia, and had lived
with her sons in this county for about
22 years. She was one of the blessed
old Mothers in Isreal, her life was
filled with good deeds and the world
was made better by her having lived
in it. In early girlhood she united
with the Missionary Baptist' church,
and through all the Jong stretch of
years she was soothed and sustained
Turner Cmishaw was in Tuesday7! was accompanied home by Mr. and
from his home at Steep Holow.
Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Echols of Edge
were visitors to the city Tuesday.
W. N. Glaze was in the city yestcr
dny from ills home at Reliance.
Walter Knot visited his farm in the
bottom near Alh-nfarm yesterday.
G. S. Parker left yesterday afternootl
for Xew Orleans on a business trip.
Rev. S. W. Kendrlck left yesterday
In spend a tew days at Martin and
C. E. Bullock & Co. for good gro
ceries; good prices; good service; or
ders highly appreciated. C. E. Bul
lock & Co. 73
the Eagle office while In the city yes
terday aftern- on.
Mrs. W. H. Wilson returned yes
terday from a visit to Galveston. She
Mrs. Thos. W. Stuart and children.
We run new pictures every tight at
the Cozy. 75
the ravens wh-n tney cry. That
faith that had been her comfort
through life, was uer rod andber
staff as she entered the dark valley
of the shadow of death, and brought
her safely into the presence of the
The following children are t left to
mourn the loss of mother: Messrs.
J. L. and M. S. Broach of Tabor. Mrs.
We'rt Unloading a Car of the Nicest
Runabouts, Car
riages, Phaetons
' " ' '
With or Without Top
A good Vehicle isn't nec
cessarily one that stays oat
of the repair shop longest.
That's one qualification, style
and comfort are the other
two. Our Vehicles combine
all three-
A nice plank walk Is being put 2" .. Tab?r- ,r9- 'u,e
down around the court house square. I uller'on f, hee.ock, Dr . R. M.
iium-u ui i..uii, ur. u. .11. rruui'u
of Coupland, R. A. Broach of Rut-
It is not only more sightly, but adds
very materially to the comfort of
The Ladies Aid Si ciety of the Chris
tian church will give a tea at the
home of Mrs. H. T. Lewis Thursday
afternoon from 3 to 9. Ice cream and
cake will be served. Everybody cor
dially Invited. 74
For Sale or Rent, the H. H. Henry
place. Apply to J. V. Brogdon. 7
The Newest Styles in Vehicles for
Spring. ........
Bryan's Big Furniture and buggy House
ledge, Ala., and Mrs. Ella Watson of j
Montgomery. Ala. I
She was laid to rest at Alexander
at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon in
the presence of a large company of
friends who had come to pay her
their last sad tribute of respect.
6 m
Mrs. O. L. Stenrnet returned yester
day from attending .Ma nil Gras at
New Orleans and is again the guest
of her sister Mrs. Ed HaTl. before le- j
parting for her home at Salem, Vir-'
ginia. j
Bond ittue Carried.""' 1
The bond issue election was any
thing but exciting. Only 213 votes
were polled and it came very near
being unanimous, the result being as
follows: For the bond issue, 195; I
against, 18; majority for, 177. ' j
Mr. J. L. Edge was the presiding ;
officer of the election, assisted by
Messrs. W. S. Higgs, W. F Gibbs. i
John Swanwick. Matt Vitopil and C. E. i
Bullock. . I
This nonular remedy effectively jdTeves Dyspepsia, Con
stipation, Sick Headache. Piousness and all diseases
arising from a Torpid and " Bad Digestion The
natural result Is a goodjfVetite. Dose small
g E. J. Jenkins
Mesdanies J. F. Parks. J. B. San
ders, W. J. Walker and J. C. Williams
will give a tea at the residence of
Mrs. J. F. Parks Thursday. March 4th.
from 3 to 6:30. Everybody cordially
invited. 74
.Mrs. Annie Patterson and Mrs. Jno.
B. Hlnes will give a tea for the bene
fit of the Episcopal churcn at the
resilience of Mrs. Hines, Thursday
afternoon from 3 to 7. All are cor
dially Invited to attend. 74
We deliver hulls and meal cheaper j
han you can bu them anil have them
elivered. Phone 376. Vi- k's Feed ;
'tore. , 73
1 r
Allen Academjr Victorious.
Allen AcadeSy has ajain demon
strated her prowess in the field of
athletics. She is invincible anj eas
ily takes rank with the lending col
leges in athletics and sportts of all
kinds, as well as in the thoroughness
of its literary and scientific training.
The double header basketball game
with the State University team was
played yesterday afernoon and last
night at the roller rink and It was
like taking candy away irom children.
The Academy won hands down in
both games by the following scores:
First game. 47 to 21; second game.
3y to 21.
It is our duty and pleasure to serve our customers as well as
the Companies we represent. It is the Motto of this office to
furnish the best and quickest service consistent with conserva
tive acency underwriting. The facilities of our agency belong
to its friends. Call us up when vou wantfortnatinn.
No Trouble To Answer Questions
Moore, Robinson
& Adams
Phone 265 Parker Building
Arnold Swiss Applique
Full 30 inches wide
Per vard :
Monotone Sr'V
t ulj 28 inches wide; colors, p:nk la
encer and blue
Per yard 3C
Dimity Checks, Mercerized.
28 inches wide, full measure,
Per yard fUJ
Mercerized Poplins.
Full 2iS inches wide in all the latest
shades, champagne, steel gray, burnt
orange blues and pinks, per yard'
onlv :
EttfSered Batiste
Full 28 inches wide
per yard
' St. Gaul Batiste.
Full 30 inches wide, figured in "I ff
all shades and patterns peryd-lJl
Flaxon Cloth
Full 30 inches wii!e, very latest Smf
stripes, per yard ... lL
Full 28 inches wide, in all solid
colors, per yard
Linen Pongees
Full 28 inches wide. These are O
also in solid colors, per yd . . . .03 C
Silk Pongees.
Full 25 inches wide, colors champagne,
lavender, browns, blues and A
pinks, per yard ...TOv
Satin Renaissance.
Full 27 inches wide in very beautiful
shades including lavender, light QQ-,
blue and Copenhagen, per vd.. . J OC
All-Over Embroidery.
50 patterns to select from, very pretty
designs, regular $1.00 goods; O
Per yard "C

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