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FOURTEENTH YEAH. EXYAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMCS 17, 1509. " None like Nunnally'i." KImoiiogIID Fins .Ccndico :.7 c 7 : Trj Cu7 ;:: ; 'O r is Cj Cr; dCt C-.:y a Cm t' r - 3 Inviting you to the opening of our and Ladled I) Department Will be published in the near future SJ fj During the intervening space of time we ask you to prepare to be " agreeably surprised at the v Gmni Bkjplay OF Ladles9 Fine Coat Suits, Tailored Costumes, Shirts, VJalsts and Millinery $1 5j Sj 5j It will be well worth while to await this event before making your fall purchases , & Co. A complete tiicrtcacnt received by Monday' cipregs. v iiovvell a r:2W7c:j, Lie. deds mm IL HOED THE nu A Glance Reveals What is Being Done From One End of the Earth to the Other. Tbe entire garrison at Ft. 8am Houa ton will be carried to El Paso to par ticipate In Ibe Taft-Dlax celebration next month. It cost the government $25,000 to take these troops to Dal- hlai at the recent military ahow but half of It wan returned by the cltl icna of Dallas. Tbe El Paso . trip will coat twice as much and Uncle Sam will hare to foot tne whole bill Mi. liarrinians will containing but ninety worda, left hia Immenae for tune of more than 1100.000.000 to bia . M. 1 ...a . 1 . i lie. i ne win was ine ooii Tama ble document according to length, of which there li any record. Jts worth maa more than a million dnllara a ord. Arrangements have been perfected for handling the crowda that will bear Senator Dalley apeak In Dallaa on Saturday itl&nt and In Houston on next Tueaday night. A number of apeclal tralna will be run to both placea and the Indications are the Senator will be greeted by record breaking audlencea. CoL 'Win. J. Bryan delivered hia lec ture "The Price of a Soul" at Abilene yesterday afternoon. The object of the lecture waa "The Price of a Tick et' It required to bear It. The CoL waa not feeling well and had to de liver hi lecture, sitting. The Job be ha a recently undertaken to make the democracy of Texas swallow Its platform of 186. waa doubtless weigh ing on him. Loam and Discounts Overdrafts Advance on Cotton !",' U. S. Conds and Premiums . ...... I.J. . , xDonds, Securities, &o . C,l. ..'.7 Furniture and Fixtures 2,C T.C ) CiTJ... - - , - . 1.1!" . Toul LIALITCG Capiul Stock 3 3,C::.C3 Surplus and Undivided Prcf.ti (itt) 1C3SS.C5 Circulation . ... IS.CC.CJ Ctt ........... 1 STATE O' TEXAS, Ctiin . Brarot. Total -.... ' S C 3.13 I, Albert W. Wilkmoa, Cc t of the above Mined ballast': 'j etxar tkst tt abort statement is t.. t to tbe txK of my knor!edrt sod belief. ALBEIT W. WtLKEISON, Ct-'.'.Jt. Subtcribed and sworn to before me this &;h dav of Coptstr.hjr, I'. 'i. Fsio. L. Cavitt, Notary Public Crssos Cc.-'y, T; ". Correct Attest: G. S. Tatars, J.W. English, E. II. Arr:, T r"" r t o x o o o o o o o o Ijc::.::;;;:. : i 'PHONE U2 J e killed If CBIQE Third Man Dead In the Uegro Trouble in BraxoHa CoJfcty. CEZLUT CD ' KILLED OY MO Accident Ended Life of Mrs. Nelson Morris Near Parts. Special to tbe Sandy Point. Texas, Spt. 1U. Events have moved swiftly In a reign of outlawry which has left a bloody trail In R razor I a county. Last Sunday afternoon three desper ate negro prisoners escaped from Jail by overiwertng Jailer Barbee and locking him In a evil. A Winchester and shot gun were ta ken from the aherlffa office down- etalrs. That night Tut Hardin waa shot and killed at Chenango while trying to rapture the fugitives. Monday and Tue-day tbe desperate fugitives engsged In borne stealing and. In generally terrorizing settle ments. They fired on a convict guard Tuesday aftornoon while being closely pursued. Wednesday afternoon II. Armour Munson, one of the most prominent citizens of the county, waa shot to death by Steve Hayes, a relative of one of the fugitive negroes. It is be lieved the negro outlaws were con cealed In the house or Hayes and that they took part In the shooting. Wednesday night Charles Knobel. a white man, whose borne la at Navaso ta. while walking along the Santa Fe railroad near Duke, waa fired on and killed by a posse. In tbe darkness he was mistaken for one of the negro outlaws. - " ': x Officers and citizens of Br&zoria, Herri, Fort Bend and adjoining coun ties are now engaged In a man-hunt. such as South Texaa bas not known sine the killing of Mrs. Condltt and ter Ihreo children, near Edna, several years ago. Special to the Eale. Chicago. Sept. 17 Mrs. N'elion Mor ris, widow of the Chicago packer, died yesterday at Saints Bleu, a small town near Paris, as the result of Injuries received in au automobile accident according to words received here by relatives. No details of tlw accident were re ceived except that the machine In which Mra. Morris was riding was overturned. FECI? DIS -Q G EE Explorer's Harsh Words Causes Uiv pleasant Impression In German City. PpecUl to tbe Kasle. Hamburg. Sept. 17. Commenting on the last interview with Commander Peary sent out from Battle Harbor, Labrador, the Hamburger Nachrlrh ten says: These high sounding words have made an extremely unpleasant im pression and they will scarcely draw new friends to Commander Peary." This exemplifies the general tone of the North German, presi which leans In this poUr controversy strongly to Dr. Cook, mho is supported by the Hamburg Geogrspbicsl aotlety. MOVED HOME. BIG EIRE AT EREECilLLE Early Morning Bias Destroyed Prop erty Valued at Hundred Thou sand Dollars. FOR 8ALC The lot be ween Mrs. rroctor's and Mr. Bethany near Christian church. Apply to Mrs. Tractor. t47 CHARCOAL. Choice charcoal for 6alo at store of Jco. M. Seixsta. Special to the Eagle. Greenville. Tex- September 17. i Fire originating In the vacant Hen drlx botel building at 1:30 o'clock yes terday morning spread through tbe business section, canning damage amounting to between venty-flve and one hundred thousand dollars. Tha tire spread rapidly nl before It was checked had destroyed Martin's tin shop. Nesblt'a garage. Chandler's furniture store, Boauchamp & Hero don's grocery, Star barber shop, Mor tlmore Bros, cotton office, J. N. Mor gan's law office and A. IX Edward's real estate office. Losses are estimated as fallows: B. S. Chandler, furniture, loss $10,000; Boauchamp, grocery store. IS000; Pr. Sayle, building. $15,000; Samuel ho tel and adjoining bulling. $12,000; W A. Nesblt, stable, $6000. Other looses are not large. Dr. B. L. Galllard broVe bis shllo moving furniture from house. The fire company on yesterday moved Into its new building being erected on tbe site of the old fire bell tower. The building Is not by any means completed, but the work bad progressed to that extent that would permit the boys to move In on tbe ground floor. Since tbe cit ball and fire station were burned last March, tbe company bas occupied the old Ta bor livery stable on north Main street, While tbey were comfortably located, still they fvlt that it was only a tem porary arrangement, and now that they are enabled to move borne, tbey feel good indeed. Tbe new station la gradually ncartng compMlon, and be ing built especially for the company will give the boys more comforts and conveniences than they have enjoyed heretofore. ...LJ f i i i r7 Physicians Are Encoura;:! Cvrr C look for Ultimate r.;;verY. 17. pi-Ul to Ihm Ecl. Rochester, Minn., September Governor Johnson's conation morning showed dc'Jed Ircrrt I and his physicians are rauci- aged over the outlook for tn t, : The Governor baa sho-- a i ; . SV - - - Improvement during the last twri" four hours. Shortly after 12 o'clock this t;: ing Dr. McNevliy house physlc'-a t. Marys hospital. Issued tfce f-" ing bulletin: The governor had a s"it at:; of nausea at 10: to and then we it t sleep, and he has been asleep .1 : : continuously since 10:15 o'clock. I" ) general condition is excellent. lis bas taken no opiates tonight, nor did he take any list night except oae sixth of a grain of morphine ttree hours after the operation. Ttxt t:x keen the only stimulant administer:! His puis is 110 and his temperate stationary at 59 410." LC3T On Carters cre;k a white and i: !i spotted female bound up .atw-t 9 months old. My name on cellar. V.T.I appreciate return of dog or any z'rr mat loo. 2tS John M. Caliwe'J. ottiiiitt$in$irMmtwTttr$m?;:: leg bis ? 7 d sj T 7 tr- il YouTJan Givo uo a call. :::: The best Groccrirs tz,zty can buy. Ve have tKtza. Them'as cheap as they can be sold.2 Ve do it. :- inn r i i 1