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Now situated in the Ed Hall are ready to serve you prom satisfactorily. A fresh Groce Phones 78 and 54 Jno. Ml. Lawrence & Co. 1CTB storc UP . 1 clean?ock of ties RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. 4 T. C. Schedule. No. I North bound 1:38 p.m. No. 6 North bound 12:46 a.m. No. 2 South bound 2:40p.m. No. 6 South bound 2:48 a. m. , U6, N. Cchedult. No. 14 North bound 12:58 p. .m No. 15 South bound 4:11 p. m. LOCALS AND PERSONAL8. Ice cream tiie Smith Drue Co. 76 m v rr ' . i . i r 1 . i, lojiuu wac m jetieruay irum Kurten. ' E. F. Parks went to Somerville yes terday. Jack Tobias of Kurten. was In town yesterday. John Stasia was down from Wheel ok yesterday. JTruit and Vanilla Cream at the Smith Drug Co. 76 G. W. Dunlap was up yesterday from Milllcan. Henry Locke has returned from a visit to Temple. Dr. W. F. Odom of Kurten, was in the city yesterday. FOR BALE Rhode Island Red eggs 11.50 for 15. Phone 334. 75 W. E. Graham was in yesterday from Rock Prairie. Mrs. W. H. Moehlman is visiting relatives in Navasota. O. D. Ferguson returned to his home at Mart yesterday. For Rent Nice nix room cottage; close in. M. H. James. 79 Jaa. Cooper was in yesterday from bis home on Rock Prairie. T. B. Martin was in yesterday from his borne at Steep Hollow. Car of North Texas ear orn on track. HenBarling Bros. 77 Hon. A. F. Brigance attended dis trict court here yesterday. Miss Agnes Register of Kurten, was a visitor to the city yesterday. W. H. and Will Shelby of Independ ence, were in the city yesterday. For Sale cr Rent The II. H. Henr place. Apply tc J. V. Brogdun. John McCorquodale is visiting Mr. end Mrs. Iia Goocti in .Navasota. Ed S. Derden and so, Edgar, went to Houston yesterday afternoon. ' Miss Cairo Edwards of the T. W. C, is visiting her home in Millcan. T. J. Lrone and Jonn MBugnter oi Reliance, were in the city Friday. For Sale Cornish Indian Game eggs at $1.00 per 13. J. Webb HoweK MKI4 Haynes fehaiK.oii Esq. or Navasota, attended district court cere yester day. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Holligan of Hol ligan Chapel, were in the city yester day. Mrs. R. B. Compton and children of Abilene, are gu ts of Mr". Dr. J. R. SimsV Just received fresh supply of Texas and Northern seed corn. Hensarling tros. 77 M. W. Scott of Waco, architect of the Perkins building, was In the city yesterday. Mrs. R. V. Kernole has returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Kernole in Anderson. Jugde Meachum of Anderson, vis ited his daughter, Mrs. Ralph Howell, In this city yesterday. Mrs. Devalson Buchanan and Mis9 Fay Buchanan of Harvey, were in the city yesterday shopping. W.,I. Buchanan a merchant of Kur ten, was looking after business mat ters in the city yesterday. For Sale Cheap Edison Home Phon ograph and 68 records in good order. Phone 159. 77 Carroll Ward of the Academy, re turned Thursday night from a visit to his home at Beaumont. Mrs. George Dunn returned to her home at Hearne yesterday after vis iting relatives in this city. ofthelr The Ladies of the Baptut church announce their annual spring bazaar for Friday March 12th, 1909 76 Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hanover of Wheelock, were visitors to Bryan yes terday and paid the Eagle office a pleasant call. Ladies with small hands, size 5 1-2, can get $1.00 gloves today for 10 cents. W. J. Coulter. w21 75 J. R. Hartgraves, the well known builder of Caldwell, was In the city yesterday to file his bid on the Per kins building. W. C. Torbett of the firm of Torbett & Germond, bulding contractors of Waco, was here yesterday to bid on the Perkins building. District Attorney J. Felton Lane returned to his home at Hearne yes terday, the Grand jury having ad journed until Monday. New songs by Mrs. McCall at the Cozy. 75 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levy returned yesterday from Navasota where they went to attend the funeral cousin, Miss Rachel Levy. Miss Maggie Dawson is visiting in Wellborn. She went down by invita tion to atend a supper there last night given by the Woodmen of the World. For Rent The H. G. Tabor home. See Dr. G. R. Tabor. 76 The street sprinkler has been doing G. C. Hamilton of Comanche, stop ped off here Thursday while enroute home from the Odd Fellows conven tion at Galveston, and visited bis brother Mr. J. W. Hamilton. The drill Is still going down in the new well at the water and light plant. Manager Presston says they encount ered some delay with sand, but over- j came it and he hopes to have tne well completed within the next few days. Special Our entire line of 25c pop ular uuslc for 12 l-2c per copy this 4.ek only. Cavitfs Drug Store. 79 An order was issued from the head puarters of the I. & G. N. railroad yesterday, taking off one of the tele graph operators here at present. To do this without any violation of the eight hour telegraph law, the office will be ciosed from 10 o'clock at night until 4 the next morning, some rattling good work of late and though the wind has been high the dust nuisance has been abated to a large extent. If the present good work continues, we will go through the windy spring with great peace of mind as well as comfort. Many thanks to the City Council. NEW BUILDING FOR A.'AND M. oard will let Oniric atMeetrng in Dallas on iHfch29th. College Station, Texas, March 5. The Board of Director of A. and M. College will meet in Dallaa March 29th, for the purpose of opening bids on a new building which is to bouse the administrator offices of the Texas Experiment Station and the State Feed Inspection system. The plant were drawn by F. E. Geisecke, Col lege architect. The building will be located about eighty feet east of the present Agri cultural building. It will be a base ment and two stories, 60x115 feet in size. In the,. basement will be store rooms for feed samples, preparation rooms for feed samples to be tested; rooms for genedal supplies and mailing rooms for buljeting and tags. The first floor will be the offices of the director of the Texas Experi ment Station, his assistant, State feed inspector, laboratory, offices and col lection , room for the State entomo logist and the Experiment Station library. The second floor will be given up to the State chemist. The entrance to the building will be through a neat dark porch passing to a tiled vestibule which leads to a stair hall. To the left is the office1 of the director of the Texas Exper-' Iment Station, 19x21 feet in size. East of the entrance, which is to the right, wfil be the office of the assist ant director. Stenographer's rooms are Joining each of these. The stair ball leads into a corridor that runs east and west. At the west end of the corridor are apartments for the State entomologist and at the east are apartments for he State feed in spector department. Back of the cor ridor in the center of "be building will be the Experiment fetation library, 23x38 feet in size. The building will be fire proof. The foundation and walls up to the first floor will be concrete, reinforced. Above the basement, all outside walls will be brick, finished with cement wearing surface. The interior will be supported by a steel frame. The roof will be a flat, reinforced concrete slaT), covered with tar and gravel. All stairs will be reinforced concrete, ex cept the s'air leading to the roof where there will be government in struments of the weather surface, which will be iron. It will be a steam heated building, from the central plant. The general design has been kept plain. Where ornamentation is used it will be of classic design of artificial stone... No wood work or galvanized iron wt; be used in decoration. CONTRACT AWARDED. Perkins Building Goes to Contractor C. E. Jenkins of Bryan. The bids for the erection of the Perkins building were opened at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the of fice of the City National Bank. Mr. r C. E. Jenkins of this city was the low est bidder and was awarded the con tract The competition was sharp and six firms were represented in the bidding as follows: J. S. Harrison, Waco; Fell & Ainsworth, Waco; J. R. Hartgraves, Caldwell; Johnson & Buest, Beau mont H. T. Lewis, Brjran; C. E. Jen kins, Bryan. The price at which the contract was let is private. Mr. Jen kins will begin work just as soon as the material can be gotten on the ground, and it Is to be completed by August 1st. The front is to be finished in Elgin Manganese facing brick, and the brick for the body of the building is also to come from Elgin. The whole to be furnished by the Texas Fire Brick Company. The building has already been de scribed in detail in these columns. It is to be two stories, the whole low er floor of the corner building to be occupied by the First National Bank, and the inside building by B. Kaczer & Co. The second story will contain offices exclusively. The Eagle is glad the contract went to a Bryan man, for it guarantees work for our home people and the pay roll and contractors money will all be kept at home. BASKETBALL TEAM TO HOUSTON , Massing! It's Purple Pets Gone After Mora Scalps. Tbe Allen Academy- basketball team left yesterday afternoon for Houston where tbey will play the Houston High School team two games to de cide tbe State interscbolastic champ ionship. These teams have already played two games, winning one game leach, and for this reason great In 'terest Is centered In today's contest. A leading Houston firm has offered 'a cup as a trophy to tbe winning team, ' and our boys went down with the de- termination to bring it back with ,them. j Following is a list of those who 'went: Prof. W. J. Moyers, Prof. M. L. iMassinglll, W. D. Storms, Robt. Cald Iwell. Rivers AlenGrady Ross, A. C. ' McKenzIe, Rastus Jones, and Everett i McAshan. . j White Wyandott eggs for sale. The jopular chicken; $1.00 for 15. W. E. labam, Bryan, Route 4. 92 m J. B. hUUEl All Kinds of Insurance Telephone 161 Office Down Stairs in City Hall. i u 3 I The New Spring WORDS Are now jn, and the swellest lot you ever saw. New shapes and new toes in gun metal, pat ent colt, tan Russia and vici kid Ask to see the new street puropv the latest thine out in low cut shoes for men. Walkovers $3.50 and $4 Nettletons $5 and $6 Parks & Waldrop Tht,Clothier$ Bryan to Be at Caldwell. Caldwell. Texas. March 5. William Jennings Bryan Las accepted an In vitation to stop here on April 3 and deliver his address, "The Prime of Pence," before the Sunday School cIrss of Hon. R. S. Bowers of the Methodist church at this place. Mr. Bowers is one of the prominent at torneys here, a steward of the Meth odist church and a teacher of one of Its Bible classes, and it was through his efforts that the distinguished ora tor was secured to be here on that date. The address will be delivered at night in the opera house, where ail will have an opportunity to hear him. TO MEN WITH WIVES There are certain things thalrmen would better leave alonelfe wives know more about thenshan you do. Ttis is probslly JK of Sewing ma chines. kingLsmputatlon is backed by fifty years experience. Singer sales exceed the sales of all others combined. T. A. Satterwhite, Sales man and Collector. Phone J43. THE WEATHER. Special to Bryan Morning Eagle. New Orleans, La., March 5. To night, unsettled weather; colder. Saturday, partly cloudy; colder. Cline. lCITO-CURA PILLS This popular remedy effectively relieves Dyspepsia, Con- e o o m stipation, mck raeaci arising from a Torpi natural result is a goi TAIL kche.ll I 11 1 Miousness and all diseases and Had Digestion The "petite. Lose small SUBSTITUTE B. Y. P. U. LYCEUM COURSE. A Great Feast to be Offered People of Bryan and Vicinity. The Baptist Young Peoples Union of this city, has arranged to put on a lyceum course at the Carnegie Li brary, beginning next week, which promises to be the greatest Intellect ual treats offered the people of Bryan in a long time. The course embraces four lectures by four of the well known men in Texas. The first will be on Friday, March 12th, by Dr. G. B. Butler of Austin, subject, "The Young Man in Love." Dr. Butler is too well known in Bryan to need any comment from the Eagle upon what he might say. It Is a self evident proposition that all who hear him will hear something worth while. Second on March 26th. by Prot. J. F. B. Beckwith of Baylor Univer sity of Waoo. on tjie subject. "Ora tory." Prof. Beckwith is professor of atory in the University ana is a graceful and finl hed orator. Third on April 9th, by Dr. B. F. Riley of Dallas, on" "The Holy City." Dr. Riley is one of the greatest men before an audience in Texas. Dr. Riley was for years Professor of Eng lish and Belleslettrcs in the Univer sity of Georgia, one of the greatest schools of the South for finish and polish. He was also a delegate to the Worlds Congress of Religion at Jerusalem, and from personal know ledge w ill bring us a story of the deep est interest to all. Fourth on April 23rd, by Dr. C. A. Ridley, pastor of. the First Baptist church of Beaumont, subject, "The Longest Poll Gets the Persimmon." Dr Ridley is one of the very bright est young men in the State and is sure to captivate his audience. The course 13 put on at an exceed ingly low price, considering its great mert, and will be a treat that none can afford to miss Aside from its merit, your patronage will help a worthy cause District Court. The Grand jury adjourned at noon yesterday until Monday morning at 9 o'clock. The members of the petit Jury for ! week not engaged in the trial of a ' case, were discharged for the remain-: der of the week at noon yesterday. ; A divorce was granted yesterday j in the case of Louana Sparks vs. Cleve j Sparks. The case of Ned Jones et al. against j the Gulf Colorado and Santa Fe rail-1 road is on trial. Jones Is suing the i road for $15,000 damages 'for tbe lose ' of a foo. The plaintiff Is represented j by Judge A. G. Board of this city a-! Hon. Haynes Shannon of Navas"-. The defendant railroad by Laniar Butea Esq. of this city and Judge F. J. Duff of Beaumont. SERVICE 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 agency underwriting. The facilities of our agency belongs - to its friends. Call us up when you want irLfnrmrtrTi No Tri I n wrote i o Answer Questions Moore, Robinson , Yx, Adams Phone 265 Parker Building i ,0 E. J. Jenkins Card of Thanks. I desire through the columns of the Bryan Eagle to express my heart felt thanks to my friends and neighbors, and to the citizens of Bryan, for their kindly assistance extended to my lit tle ones and myself this week. May God bless each and every one of .you. Mrs. M. Sturni. We're Unloading a Car of the Nicest Runabouts, Car riages, Phaetons WULMWHhoat Top jj 1 i i I 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. Oar Vehicles combine all three? The Newest Styles in Vehicles for Spring. They 9... iiaht. g Om"7 07 Stylish, Right. 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