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ITY COUNCIL MEETING.
a Do You Want to Save Phoney? JNO. M. LAWRENCE & Iron Fence for Cemetery Ordered. Officer Saicr.cs K.xed for the Nest Two Years. The city council met in regular session at 4 o'c lo k yehte-r lay after noon, with Mayor Mdloi.ey presiding Now situated in the Ed J arc ready to serve you pror If you do, buy your next bill and of Groceries a: iaiistactorily. A ircsh, cJe Stock of A1ARV Groceries Phones 78 and 51 Jno. Wi. Lawrence & Co. and all ai l rrtn ri pre se nt. Minutes re-it.l fc'id approved, and As we sell Strictly for Cash and can save you from 5 to 20 per cent on many thinfs. Our stock of Groceries is complete, clean, fresh. Your patronage appreciated. lYIarwill's Cash Grocery. cIIIIm re-ad in open coat.'!! and ordet.-d ...New... Spring Hats paid. Alde-riiiiii) Covey lor the sireet rune Illl'tee . 4irted kale of klliii.l piece of bind to c. Vefciiilrovxy la the rar 1 tf hi home for $!0. and Mayor and ferreiury Were i!.k!Uc'e. to tliake U I. iall Kie aft, SB i For Men RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. Schedule. No. I North bound 1:38 p.m. No. ( NorUi bound 12:4Ga.m. No. 2 South bound 3:40 p.m. No. C South boiu.d 2:4S a. III. I. d C. N. Cehadula. No. ;s North bound 12:1 p. .mi No. Jj South bound 4:11 p. ra LOCALS AND PERSONALS. ' J Mayor J. T. .Malnney bar returned from Houston be aticudfd t In state iufiii,K of th. Woodmen of the World. For ."'.'ii' Twenty hfad of Jersey cows and calve. Apply to Mrs. F. K. hntham. "O In. It. I!. Harrison has re'tinn-l from New Orb-ana where b has been tor flu- past month a'-n Jim; special 1 -ft tires. For Kent 1 acre farm an.l house ! am 14 rni!-H south of city nood land. j ii y Hi't. i It. J.. O Hryan of Itryan, has ac cepted the pot. I! loll of tlo'hitlK sab-s-man fur A J. Wanner t To., of Nav hhota. Mr. O'Pryan comes lilchly ree omiiierel.-cl n. I hio ok was deep ly p-nretfeii by his I;.te 'fiijtluy -r. We welcome h' K''!itl'iiiHn to 'he city and ti;i' his stay he-re villi b'1 a pleas ant and profitable one. Xavasota Kv amliie-r. Currn Comedy Company. A very spr- iatlve :in. highly d--)itht' l au.Uenee If iii-nkf.l a pl-n.ld j : f . iiti u 1 1 of the Hire a t farce cotm-dy "Hrown'a In Town" at the "oy Theatre- on Thursday night, by the above attraction. While the play had been S'-cn here b'fore, last night's rendition was pronounced so perior In all rer-iacts Kadi and every number was happtly cast In parts suited 1,1 their fitness. Mr. J. I'. Cur ran, the veteran actor, wan the prin cipal fun maker, an.l he easily proved himself Hikt master of Inn art; while his nupiortiii( company aided hitu In giving an attstle an.l very pleat-lni; perlirmani e. On Kilday night the I'ompany gave another creditable crformaiii . The play was the four act drama "Why She Hivorced Hiru." Whil- of dif ferent order from the preceding play, its rendition was fully ax good and gave entire satisfaction. Spnee will not xrmtt individual mention, but suffice ii to nay that each member of the company is an artist In Ll or her line The i'omianv lil i oik III.!., tbelr nnT horse promptly and satisfaction j enuag. ni.T.' with the three , i farce "aranteed. v2Mnie(! That Imprii'lent Yniing 'u 'oinmlNkioncr J f. Hluir.e a In j T.y W1n flw, ,, tte lty yek'erda from hN home ,)My at J ;0. prfni nf Ins the beautiful Foun'aaain. three act come.ly rlDttna "The ii,j Ml Myrtle Jotdon of the T W. : MllIn, ..,,1 rt.y ,a,,,ig at f. returned eteniny troni a lxlt popular pi lie, . .eerve lull ,uh to Hoimton. M ('. Robinonn .r. crime in yeste r- Arretted Nejro School Teacher, c'ay tifternoou from biiniie tnp sheriff Conic- arrestel S F. Hre. o?i the road. J ,-r. colore. I er,a on a warrant Mlf Lilian Itarto rcturl to Went ,ni Alilam ounty ch.iiKiiig htm uith VictrnBy arr.r nn'iri ner mho,,, ,, llin, t.,r . , . , r k,i,i Mihn Hk!t llinea ih vjHhcj; !c Mar l.n. John Mom of Hnint, ac In Hran terday. Oua Heiltke wan down ycMerday f dm Win loc k. Curran Comedy Co. j ri'ai 1", .'T and Zj, 3 nigbii. "2 John Stimta of Whec-im k. nan in J'.e tlty Friday. H. T. Kck-s wax :n the cry yetct:-r-cUy frotu Harvey. W. J. MclMn.aM of ;.Ut, w,,s in tte city yekterclay. Have your hor-M clipjied at Hun M'titt'a tstablr h2 Mr. and Mr. Walter Hlgfa arc via i' tig In (jalvcitou. Mr. V. 8. Cuiner left yc.ferclay to v lt at Somerville. Ir. W. F. Odom of Kurten, a la the city yeMeniay. Curran Comely Co , coy 11.12, and i::.h. s3 Willie Ke nnedy of Mart. U v licit Ir.g. rlath at Fountain. It. V. Howell returned ehtc-rday from bukinehs trip. l'Iar-nc- Klllott of I'lti Hrldge. was Id the rlty yesterday "or Kent -Two room fm light I'oum kc-ptiig. Mr. T. C. Nutiu. ))4 Will Shelby and W. T. Conaway of Hellance, were In the city yesterday.! Mrs. J. C. Johnson and children of Hegrne, are guerts of Sir. MIowcll. Mr. mid Mrs. F. D. IVikina isitrd the Astln plantation In the bottom yesterday. J. W. Hunnicutt i prepared to clip teacher nn.l was teaching the c bool H lJe h.iio l on edar rin k Mrs. Joe K'lt-h. Mr. aiol M:s Mmgan floss of liar l.n Sc-hiK'l hou-e were Mtorf to the s, !,, w;ts .niltn , tb,. ,i.ulll city yesterday. i the chlMren nere cIimhIm..'.!. F.iewer Curran Coinrdy Company Is g uar-1 j.ad beep fuulMve from Justice from eteed. If you ai- no' phased your uiam count) for tour enrs Sheriff c oney will be n funded at the door. ( oltrl..w of Cameron isse, through ' t-rda on the I t C . and Sheriff Mr. and Mrs. H V. I'aiifby of Ste.pl conl.-e met him at the nation and Hollow, were visitors to 'he- city y ,tn.., brewer oei to him. terday afteri.cwin. I . V. T. Court has takn ot a license t) 0e- a beer krtlooll .It S'ulie Clljf It th Hiaok bo' tout Mr nnd Mrs l'eerly Tinker ie i:ne to Mail es!e.,i ,if'.-r a ti Mrs. I.. H T-i. k r Jlmtnv St'en arrived ) T'lny ( f-om Montel.y. Mexi.o. Wbe-e Le- ha I. en for se ve ral inc.r.'h. Wbl'e Wvar.ric't egfk t,v: m!e. The '.h.hm'. 1.1. k. ii. tlto fo.- w. n. '.laham. Hryan. t'.cnite 4. '.'2 Mrs. .1. T. Coulte r aiid sou Huro'd r. 'Urned ;,, liail.in e 'erday alte r a ple-asant vii' t.j icla'iveK in iilk ciiy. Tte btcllel of tile CIlMial cl'lb Sre f!M'(lallv nice,! to be ptevent at the regular n-hear-al thi af'ercnon at Poultry Market. K'g--. 18 II. r.-.. ?.M0. ar.,1 f 4 0 Friers. I.'.r.o. $: ;r. and JC00 r.roll. is. $2 (.0 to J2.M (.. . .-.. $.'..: ft 'o U (0. unpltjc kd I !e ks. $.1 OO to f.' ." ;-iitiea. 12 Hi to 12 :o Kookt.-ts or old P' ti.ot rat. J10 to 12 Hi liiiiip.l i , lien' for kin.ls d po'iltrv. Jt Ui:kt dull 4i.il vk tte I'ecliLe. !D CENTS WILL BUY The Youj.t Man i:i Love a.!liii-l.li 'i' Set for llitllS. If IMld we tbe urt c I of k'''- Mr P'iM. r" Ice f:ie tct.ltht. If oil l lo k as niifcriar t !i'iim eon It,,.-., tier hrinc !'. r mi' ' I'.i'.: ' ..r..l if. t lerl'-d w;tli a et; r in be give v i.i,.,,. advice vol .. mm Ii e ii--. . . . ...I I.. i. fllj-l'e W I'l t ' ' '' '!' ,-. pile-led '.I ! ' I ' ' - 'l.e I! tue.'.l!.):. .ae-s a:id tin' a' ". J"!' . I". ..1 .i .:i .IN i !. f:.::i .. i. i !..i -tii ! .11 AI l i loan Fouri'ain for the Ceme tery committee re ported that the Iron fence (or the i eme-eery hcl been or d'ie.1 iirough J. A. Myers, "fhe cost of name. Including brick base- and uttiiig up will amount to t-omethinK over WMi. en,., half to be paid by the Council Mid the ci h-r by the ladles Of the eeij.eterv asroc iation. OfiiceiH salarie. were- fixed for the.- next two years as follows: Aldermen, saiiie an low fl! ocj for regular meettiigs an I 2 (s-! for fcpulal niee tillgB. city Maishal. sai.ie an now er month. City Secretary, j-.v;:" as now $". Ier month. A mo' Ion was made to add 1200 a year to Mayor Malouey'a salary, but he Ue lined to acc ept same alter kind ly thanking the Council. All the returns relative to the rec ent bond election wore read and r- dere.l spread Ueon the HitnUtt'S. An or.iinanc ,i was parsed further rt-rfe.-ctltij; the preliminaries relative to the bond issue. After di"issi:ig the question of r tiring oj'standu.g bon.i at length, the Council adjourned until Monday afternoon. t Received Pretty Compliment. At the it-Kular monthly meeting of the stewards of the Methodist hurch a few nights ago. It. W. H. Lawrence waa the recipient of a pretty compli ment from the- other members of the board. account of 'he fact that he Is shortly to remove from Hr)au. he te-ndcred bis re sigi.ation a a mem ber of the- board of steward, which he has served fi.thfuMy for a num ber of )efr as !l secretary. Ills fellow me-n l ets had anticipated his action, and i soon as the resignat ion was lead and accepted, he was presented by the beard with an ele gant gold headed ucibrtlla as a slight token of Uie h'.gh esteem u which they held him. and for ho worth as a man and a member of tte Method ist church. The presentation was made by Mr. Kd Hall. ctairmaD c: the board, aud w'as responded to by tLe recipient briefly, but with v:' ! pth of feel ing. Dr. Ijusrer.ie is pr.pantg to move to Halbart la tte far cortbwestern part of the state, aid t:s removal will b; a great loss to it: Ij and is den-ply legretted b h i l''fi tal.rit in the pre(tift .I!e an ! hsjec of aav prrvioui year. 1 h. Colon ft NJr. srr. .ic;'jrMooe and I'estl. We ; mnv tt ere. Irrn all and STETSONS $4.00 IMPERIALS $3.00 watch i:k windows Parks & Waldrop Tht Clothiers Elegant Line of BABY BUGGIES Just Recoivtf W. T.J AIUIES CITIZENS COMMITTE APPOINTED. Mail Meeting Namei Buimeti Men to Advite With Countn. A social meeticg jf tli" U'-taM Merchants AsMi.iai.on was febl at Cariiigi- ball at 2 odock yesterday Uf'eriiooii that was ho largely attend ed it took the nature of a mass meet ing. I're-f Id. lit Flugelie K.lge prekided over the m.-etlng and stated the ob- jeCt to be to sedect a f'ODlllllttee of six Irom the business m.-n to advU.. with the city Council u the Eiaiter of municipal improvements rontetT" pla'ed under the bond Issue. At hi Junc'ur" Secretary Hiues read 1 let ter from the Co'incil directed to Mr Kdge as I'resldent of the AsMHla't'in, requesting him to call a n'ettlni; for the purpose of sel.ii;i the- comm't tee. I'lm motion th- ch:.ir appoint.d the following commit;.; to retire? an.-sejec-t sit b'oiness nien to fonititir the c ituens roinmittee subject to ran floattou by the n.ting: 1 1. Mclnnis. S. 1'arker and A. J. Buchanan. The committee rusarted the follow ing named gentle-men to constitute the citizens committee and the report was unanimously ratified: H. O. Boat w right. A W. Wilkerson. .M. H.Jamei. E. J .l. tiktn.. Tyler Haswell and John it-:. Ailu. ,Th"re being no further bufloes. the me-'tliig adjourned. THE MANHATTAN LIFE OF NEW YORK Is one of the ''OldestBttonf est" and "Best" See Out Fifty-Ninth Annual Rtptrt. S. L BOATWRIGHT, Agent. WL 1 M S. H. FRANKLIN'S Ie:tHVIarTets i . .... ipavr mmmn raetsf Jit, Uktt NsriW j; Chotcet of Htf, Pork, Veal, Mutton, and auage. Your trade ii appreciated. INSURANCE lei. c wi'h me ffp-tftoi the Oldest and HltJetfSs4rVcras- finarn g.ven my pett cslajstTrn7 and appreciated. C. EBOYETT Fire. Tornado. Accident. Plate Glass, Bonds and Live Stock Rwidenc Phot 257. Office Phone 372. Death cf Mr. Oft McFat-land. Mrs. Osie M-Fari.u ! d.d at the family tome at Mim-ford at 1 o'clock Thursday n:gbt. Tte remms weiir brought to luvin e-s:r.:v afternoon airl ctinveve.l to 'he iioa.e of her un cle, Mr. T. IS. Smi.h. :u the country, and will be buried : K. liar.ee today. She was rai-e.j in t:i.s vounty nar Ke liance. beii.g a daugh'tr of .Mr. W. N Sruith. and was n :..er, of Mr. T. It. Smith of hrliabcc. ai.U Mis. 1). I). I sc son of this uty. he leaves a husband and tt.i.- sri.kll . IMdi.u who have the prcf.tun I r:i.;att.v ! all in their cje-ep Hfrl:tti"C. Col. 0ck White Dead. Mr. J. 15. litiin. vl Wt-.;kk. phou e. the K.lg'e Ust t. ''a' lie had Just learned f:;r;i :i. ; rtie of the death of Col. lick Wtl'e fct lis bollie in St. Iajuis on Thjrsdd) ..utt. No patticulars Were .:. 'ol. White wan .i ptomtt: nt ; ',!;. r the lt torn n.-iir il.a: i.e a .1 :,v . ! d his tim . bftw.-en h.s ilura-i. :. and l.is holm in S:. Louis. 11. 1,.k t.e:. n, the u.t toil) sine- !I4 .it. I was , j.cit 7" years THE WEATHER. Special to Hryan Morning Eagle .Ne Orleans. La.. March. 12. --Tonight partly cloudy weaih. r: colder. Saturday fair. Clin. V B. Hudson vv va.WI1.oo HUDSON I .WILSON Attorney at Law Bryan and Franklin. Teiaa. A 111 practice is county, slate and fed eral court. Spla) atteotlon to bualoeaa In Braioa and Rob Ilscd couctte. FOR SALE. 3ran.Tmas rtanklla. Te 14?f acre of land id Hugter aurvei;. rt and ter.T reiiarlTie. Half a. re of Uod wiia improve xt L'a, one block east o! my heme H) acr-i adjoining '.AM. Col jlcge land cn w-est side, tear PtotI- deuce cLurcn. Known aa the Goorgt PlhUer place. 190 acres. :ncluding Dvutle S-l;tu rprlngs. on Navatota rlrtr. V. S. HUDSON. Ill WHITE WOLF STOCK FOOD TRY ONE SACK-yUWIt FOR HORSES AND COWS NO OTHER UrUC ADf IKir DD1C CtoincniFeei Dealers. PHONE 2S1 iMIIMMMIIIimMMMM IMMMIMMIIMMMMMIi PROTECT YOUR CLOTHE8 Have Jii Keveived a Freh S"f i'?y itL. Wiite Tar Flakes, Urti3erCamphor, Red Ctin Chips and Moth Balls. H. JAMES The IraJing Druggist. c MH MD4HHIIHIMIHMM Law ffoaT l! Tctt. Price 1 1 Flower And Garden Seed 2 Mmmth Pcptn Garde 1 d HAS NELL'S BOOK STORE mm iiisM ssii - l. 5 cents j '1 I t. " hllllseif. , $ O O O r O C O O P 9 0 9 f S (5O06eCOO When o c a a o o I 1 s .... i a.l iJiv o.f ir.tt- ( jfini. dun t fa. I ! pel a tr AlotlvBalls li a l'acka,e cVf LAKl v Only 1 Cent. O 0 SjE. J. JENKINS? Lion. I ,'ti-' J ii r.itvi. ':ue f Vols lt:i-s. i ' w-.i- f t J;.,ii.- J'tnl !..:'! t;. :te c Mi" i. but k Vin ..r.k:- st : , l.l.t. :, vr, y. Iil.d I I'l- I'l. .il '. ... ..ek' - $ : (0 o .'. e.c v!- v.t'-m: v:ki:. a;. Nctice to P est'yttnans. All :.i ..!: t : ;:i.' I'r t.v t. ilan (hii-c'i yntrc mi I c!l if einn.'stiy tei.eid . le jr ..-if r.: 'If mcrn ir.K f. rvive cn v. Sind..v. jit whi.-h tin.e th.re will be a red! c-.':i of the members, and als.v a fnM statemmt made1 of the present cotuii'ion of the, c hurt h financially p.r:d thrwlse. kj J. G. MINKERT A'tor-.fv r J Cv.-.r.-r ' r a'"l l Kcal Lstatc nifjTit and Scswf: Sur veyor in ofhec. TALKFRIEDLY CoTtev i:- 1 ea'ii.ent. Call to Sre Mr. NOW Oren foe lurnei in th Fountain Buil'V-!- in North Main Street. New p New (iruut and joiTkosh vstxuin the SOUTHWESTERN UFE INSURANCE CO., Dallas, Tex Whv b " T.iS i . .. ifv t ar Cspiul ra Sjrr u ard i Vet Ton rcJItv ! Ti J-' t e'tJ ! ' J f"'"",ni ' c si Ii . c.nt ,rt SU Brrt i lr. e-..t .' kf te'. rssiiste es) I1 ,t,u r.t.nj . u .'! Icicfw wkal ou at rr" r c kr' . an irj 'ff.nurcl.r' .n ..4 tiairh, tlutjU l. In FRIEND IN NEED SOCIETY. Ma- ... - - . 'rt tt . .cn.'ie et I It-vita-, that u.a t.l'.lM lar m ttrtrt JOE B. REED. .Matlnre this uft.rmHin at 2:Z by Curran Coiuedy Co. at the Cory. Ad mlssiou ! and 21 ctuls. J. W. bATTS REAL ESTATE AGENT l:!lce Id TaMafciro Pulldinr. Op tnslte Ciurt llo is. ri;oi Ha'-p in ofllK' the. ety tfuan Books of Lraros vlut.inZii lit'un One block on West Side of town in good neighborhood fenced with wire; shade trees; Stevenson Machine & Repair Works GASOUNE ENGINES PHONE NO. 7 i BRYAN, TEXAS OR. W- H. LAWRENCE DENTIST nrice ftfin. Terms to suit I purchaser. ' ovia haswell'S book ITOM W. C. FOI NTAIN Office! cp DENTIST. a ot il!U) Drc Dm,