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O o o o Now situated in the Ed Hall store are ready to serve you promptly a satisfactorily. A fresh, clean Stork of Groceries Phones 78 nf54 V nd 0 Inn n I RAILROAD TIME CARD. M. A T. C tchadult. No. I North bound. 1:31p.m. No. fi North bound 12:4.m. jso, 2 South bound 1:49 p.m. No. C South boucd 2:48 a. m. I. 4 C N. Cchedul. No. 54 North bound 12:W p. .m No. XiSouil bound 4:11 p. m. LOCALS AND PERSONALS. Father l8imone visited Munford yeaterday. John I). Junes man In t-dy from Harvey. II. P. Danaby was In Saturday from Steep Hollow. E. t'. Petera of Harvey, waa In the city Saturday. ('. A. Robinson was up Saturday from Wellborn. PrSf. E. A. Sample of Cottonwood waa In the rlty Saturday. Prof. I). J. McDonald of Kurten. was In the city Saturday Mr a. Jobn Rob rtaon nf iieni-hley vlaited th- city Saturday. I. F. Thompaon of HolllRan chapel was In the rlty yeaterday. T. H. Smith man a vialior to the rlty yeaterday from Reliance. Commlloner 1". H. Arrlugton of Milllran. wa In the dty yeaterday. For Rent 4 room cottar, all con venlence. Mr. Mallle Scrlnifhlre. 97 'rof . and Mr. J. L. t'ol.b of Alex ander were In the city yeaterday and went to llearne to v I r. 1 1 Prof Cobb mother. W. T. Conoway and Jobn Merka of Reliance, were In the city Satur day. .Mr. aud Mrs. F. A. Capp of Bench ley, were vlxltom to the city yester day. Tim n w 11k bt globe no tr)a to br.uk. Sole agenta. Cole Hardware Co. 119 T. T. (joodwln wia In the rlty i Saturday from bU home at Provl- ' denre. O. W. Wanton. Joe Sample and J. K. Presnal were In Saturday from Tabor. I J. M. Wlllluma waa In the city Sat j urday from bl home on (Jreen'a i prairie. Wanted Young man a cashier and Hrap-r at once. A. J. Wagner A Co. 9 .Mra. II. (!. Battle of College, wa the gueat of Mra. Miunle Wiley yea terday. .Mra. J. J. Left-buie of WellLoru. I the gueat of her daughter, Mra. Arch Graham. Second band rood cart for aal-. CihmI aa new. Apply to M. W. Sim Jr. 95 j ('apt. and Mra. P. II. Dawaon of j WVIIIhhii, were vlxllora to the city j ye Htrrday. J. II. Buchanan returned to Houh tun yesterday after t lolling relailea In thU city. Mr. and .Mr. Tolbert Bullock of Stee Hollow were lnltor to the city Saturday. The moving picture ahow on Mon day night In front of W. J. Coulter' More will be a flrat claaa entertain-nn-nt. You will in ln a great In at If you are not present. P CO OOOOO 00 0 GO O GOQO0 0-0000000 8 8 (J o o o o o o coooqooooooooo oooooooooaoo o o o o d o d o o E. J. JENKINSo Old People Need vinol our famoua Cod Liver anJ IVptunate ofJron Tonic, hvcaue it remain the very element needed tolebuild" wasted liquet and replace weakne uithlMreneth We are positive it will benefit every old reron vAo wjH' fcive it a trial. If it doe not we w ill rtfun.l thir monev on demand. Wanted at Once White servant Clrl. Apply to Dr. J. C. Slake, College Station, Teiai. 102 Mr. C. A. Bmtanan tud Mlaa Ais nea Rcglater of Kartt-. vlalted th city yeaterday. .Mra. C. M. Camp of NavaaoU. Is the rueat of ber partnta, .Mr. and Mra. W. C. Wilcoa. Mr. and Mra. Wetley Hayfood and children of near benctley, were via- Itora to the city Saturday. The lateat Invention "Tlpleaa" Light Globea. Same price aa tbe old brands. Colo Hardware Co. 119 Prof. Jobn Staaney of Rock Pralr rle. waa a pleaaant caller at the Eacle office while In tbe city Saturday. ' Mra. Sallie Payne arrived yeater day from Durant, Mlaa., where ah baa been apendiiip; aeveral montba. Juat received 'Tlpleaa Electric Llgbl Globea'' Standard trade fully guarantee,). Cob. Hardware Co. 119 Mr. and Mra. Eugene lilake bave returned to Houston after a pleaaant vlait to Mr. and Mra. J. A. McQueen. I will unload two tara of good dry wood Monday and Tueaday. If you need wood, ae John Smith, or phone 339. c, Mra. C. Fink returned to Waco yea terday after a pNaaant vihlt to her parenia. Mr. and Mra. C. A. Patter aon. Mra. Euitene a. Het-ck returned to her home In Houaton yeaterday after vImIUiik ber motber, Mra. C. A. Adam. , Rev. Ja. N. Thomaa of HaakeJi. arlved yeaterday afiernoon and will pr.ach at the Cbrlatlan church to day, morning and evening. Reld and Walter Wlpurecht went to Marlln yeaterday lor a short vlait to their father. .r. W. Wipiirecbt. who la In Marlln for a r- and rec reation. ' Ixiat A necklace, t Wit h i-i).. enta. bet.-en th- 8kailnK Rink and Mr. J. W. Johtixoir rt-nldtnie. Lib eral reward for return to the Eaple Ofllce. j,- Herlwrt ljivendr, a prominent fnriner and hio kman of Crimea coun ty, waa n the t-ty Stiirday punhaa ina aupplU-M from p.ryan'a wld.-awake merchanta. Mlaa l.lla Vaii.ndo has been ecur ed to do a part c,t the piano teadiina In the Ta Wi.:uau'a Colbae. Mlm Yanardo baa already won for lieriself an enviable reputation in liffan aa a mualclan and her work In the col lege Will doubtle be CjUite kiiii-ci.. ful. Stventy-Siath Mile Poat. t'nele MarkWllcox of Knob prairie. a In the city yeaterday and re marked to the Eagle reiairter. 'Thla i my birthday; I am M today." Thla la certainly a rlj1 old age, but I'ncle Mark la at ill acti and enjoying rea sonably KMtd health. Hi many friend hope that be may be a pa red for many year of ucefulnea yet, and they also entertain the hope that bla laat daya may be f-nt in eae and happlneaa. As soon as you're ready to take up the quesiion of a Spring Suit you'll find us ready with a great line of Hart Schaffner & Marx Fine Clothes You can! bring any idea about suit style that's on your mind, and we'll match it here with a smart, snappy model from thebet makers in the fou can't have any real idea of the excellence of Hour" showing until you come in and see; new models, new colorings andj weaves, and the largest stock of clothing in Central Texas to select from. mi atf a New Spring Suits , $12.50 $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 New Hats. Shoes, Shirts, etc., in the new Spring shades and shapes. Watch our show windows. Pmks & Wmisrm Bryan's Big Clothtng Store AN INVITATION. You are reapectfully Invited to at tend an Informal aoc lety reception at our atore on the afternoon of March 29th, 1909, between the boura of four and five o'clock. There will be pre ent at thl reception Lady Blanche Society, becomingly attired In an Im IKiried Parisian gn coaling $:.) and a bat coating IK'", and wearing a handsome pair of "Society" ahoea. She will have aamplea of these dainty j "Society" ahoea In all the lateat ate8 and leather, and will present a souv enir to each lady present. Sir Charles Patriot will aNo be present, dresaed In a rich Colonial coatume. with gold lace, cockel bat, etc., as worn In Colonial time. Sir Cbarlea Patriot and Lady Blanche Society can be her. only on this one afternoon, and will a-e lear at our more esclualvely. through the courtesy of tbe manufacturers of the shoes. Roberts. Johnson k Ran i Shoe Company, of St. lxul. Hoping to be favored with your presence at tbe reception, we remain Yours very truly, W. J. COULTER. aiaasBBBBBBaw BkB sMsBBBBsBsaasasBiBBBBBB BvHaBaBBBBssWss . twMaaaMBiMBi . SOME EXTRAORDINARY VALUES FOR MONDAY ft -I Big Sale of Laces AD1ES you can not afford to miss this grand f I acre 3 opportunity tu iy m wldVit at tke hrcinnintf of the season. This a a w - f m tale will include a large line of the very newest and latest patterns for 1909 that have just been received. Linen Torchons in match sets. German Vals. French Vals. Mechlins. Cluny. Maltise and the famous Zion City lace which has no equal for design in pattern or durability. We have the sole agency. Prices will be cut, yes, less than half. Another Shipment of White Skirts. W E HAVE just received anothe shipment of liimii t . 1 1. . beautiiJl white linen hnish s in folds and large pearl buttons, a big value fir SI. 50. Monday only, during our lace sale, they will go at 98c each and only one to a customer. Wash Goods Department. N THIS department you may find larger quan- uues in tne larger cities, but nothing new but what thil dfnartmenf k. W. i . c arc proua of this department as we believe we know what the people want and have the goods and do not try to push old shopworn goods off on them. We no not I'l'l I Inn iiMumulate. Ask to see the new things for wash suitTIU4ilinens, Pongee's. Striped Pcplins. Goleted. I idiarnTcltr-mamany others. It's a pleasure to show our goods whether you buy or not. A. Solid Wagon Load of New Millinery. We are still receiving all of the very latest things in shapes, flowers, ornaments and foliage, in fact every thing that goes to make a beautiful hat. We are showing some very beautiful new styles made up in the Salome, Anna Held and Georgette shapes. Don't fail to see the very newest millinery. IGIIimiF-RJIF IPnDUrF Right on the Corner Right on the Price