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DO YOU KNOW that the difference between fresh and stale drug may be th difference between life and death, when those drug are compounded to fill your doctor' prescription? Stale drugs have lost their virtue, and have little or no medicinal value. We fill prescription with fresh drug only. You take no risk when you trade with us. WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF TOILET ARTICLES AND STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES and our price are never hi",h. Your patronage is invited with the assurance of rair treatment in every transaction. M. H. JAMES... JVe Will Take No Manila Wiping Chiuit from the kitp. A SMALL INDEMNITY. If rrc4 U Disagree With the Pawen the Only Jblnf Left I lade peaileat Negotiation With Imperial (lutrrauieaU ... , -t rs t -" " v rf.i mwammm- ATTORNEY AT LAW, BKYAN, TtXAS. Cooiiri-rrUl. Usl Ktt sml ('rtml pmm. Till' Kianint, Alirsls made snd tt3 wnu-n. "OFFICE IN COfKT HOUSE. V B Ht'tV"1 Pt.trtet Aitnrn'T. J ,. M1NKKHT, AtKim-T-sl-!.r. IT) ud son & yifiinkcrt, 4 TTORNEYS-A T-LA W. Cnmmeo!al. Pmhat sml i;-n.-ril cnrtl lYeti- Till.- hiini!n.., AlH.lr'U M'le sM I ! Wititen. ( ?n. in I icir'teiiis- N'ounr Isit.ltr in I'fTi-'. Iiryan, TVi.. 'lw Kdge paid u a pleasant visit last week. The U. I). S. met last night. Mr. Klla Wood died last Tup. dity niirht, and wa buried at ltftlul Wednesday. lbv. S. It. McClung and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. liloxs&m last Sunday. Mis Maggie Tilt and Mm Cora ('rillin f ltrvan visited the school here Friday evening. Ku v. J. M. Bullock will prrach at Ih-thel next Sunday, (.'nine out and hear, we also want Home good iiiiug. l'.oiiaini. I.AHIK. , ir s;u I.HtttT I. Ut. Ak'i , I -i.n-.i IHrr:., Mn. J..ii'!t H sfi'cn, I ' i r. j t It--l. Mr. Minr li xm. Heinle--. n. rot-e ( ;rk, Mr M I' Cr"ii, Mi. t in r riV-r.-ii. Mi. I rsrru. Mr. 1..U r.r n r; Hii'l. Mix M irr H.'i.'1-rH.tri, Annie Hunt ISillr hhl.t.-n. Annn Jnhn.ton, Mm t.F Johntrm. Crrt Cowi-iis.ii.-oivi Jones. Mi S- hr!"l Hmlles. Mnill (liwriUkfT J'i M,etil.p. Mm I hiUim 8lm, Mi.. jSoli. H-eml', Mm 'i.l Tnonilon, Ssliie At It.:u Aiv:. W I' li i., ml, - 'tri I. . V.TH 1 ! It. ;-. t, J'.hn K 'n i .'. r i i' i f i v li .: I M i ri . iii-n .i. am.'m-i i .r i'i i'. 1. 1 . I I,. I II. rr.u I II II HI. J T Jr Hi- ... Ir Hiliwi. A II Mhiu I 'I KtI... .In Joii. I innll J. ,.,., Mrn-r Kiotr, Wiili.im KlniK'T. M H N..ri.-ll. II M Niirw.l XI K Smllh.JS (J) Smith. Mr iWun I-.-.JT ll.or. J M Xl. rwn.-n, Willi M . A N Whutlin. J J W!l-,J li Alinvo lint of Ii-INth ri'iiminiiiit in th llrynn jiiwIoIHcm fur tln wick nuliiiir Nov. !'.. A elmrtfM of om (nt Im iiiihIm mi I'licli plfCf of list i 1 advi-rtiwd. Whi'ii riilliinr for th- Ii-INth jiIi'ikh huy inlv-rti'il. giving ilalf. Vtv IN-iitiMlully, Tvi.i k H aswdi.i.. 1'. M. Mll.MCAN. Millican, Nov. !'.. Mi Kite Steele of Navncota vi.-iti d n lativo licre Saturday and Sunday. The following in a lmt of names (if t ho pupil whose average en titled to n plat e on the liunur roll of the Miliitnn imhlio c hool fir the month iimt ended '-C hein the reiuired average: C.ih grade.,! liertrude Kave?. l7.r; Vad.i Ar rington, 57.2. 7th grade, Sydney Dunlap, i7 .1; Roger WilliamH.'.i;..!. Ilv. J. M. Adaina and wile, of Flatonia were called to the bedside of their mother Mm. John Wagner, who ha been very ill, but we are glad to note in Wtter at this writ ing, llev. AdainH returned hoiue Monday. Mr. Kolx-rt Dunlap wuh tiken suddenly very nick the i:;th of this month and died the l-ith. He was bur.ed in Weaver ccmctary the JCth. Mr. Frank Meekin death which occured Monday ban cn-l Uito a gloom over tint entire coiuiminity. Misa Mary Spann visited her home Saturday ami Sunday. ltev. J. B. Skinner wad railed from Alexandria Sunday to the bedi-idu of hi wife, who wa tak. n Cr..-s, Nov. l'.l. The be.iltii of this S'-i-ti'iU is better at present th in l..ts Int-ii fur iuiti' a while. The fanners are beginning to prepare fr another crop as t!e c r ' p of 1','iK) i alimit all gathered ,uid lunieil out alioiit as estimated route time ag i, (-olt-ii crop very liort, corn crop shorter than for thru- year, horn ver We liavekVi-d a couci-lerablt! amount of f ed i-tutl in the way of hay, ite. Our far mer did well on H)tatoei and syrup this year. We noticed in the Kagle last ii.suB an impiiry for Mr. Marion Oneal; he is at Mr. Henry Oneal's, alKiut one mile east of Cross in (Jrimea county. Kail oat is begining to come up. On last Thursday the loth the millering of Mrs. V. B. Isbell was ended by death and it is a great loss to us to lose such a faithful, kind and true woman. She leaves a huihand and eight children and a large circle of friends to morn her lo?s. Mrs. I .ibid 1 was a datlgh eJ of Mrs. John Wheel.- of I'edartow II, (a. W'e extend to the brcaved one our profound Bym pathy. , Mr. and Mr. Henderson are re turned from a visit in Brazos conn ty. Old Ned. V II 11TP TA HIT! f nrTT attlta.U ,. the ajinew tnmbU brga cmlraUtad to mainuun Wmucy and to Infer th wrTtion of the Chmeae empire. This attUmU U la hw Bum j with Kaxia'a loteret. "Rami li a bitf atato. Her Internal affairs require constant and jadiutoo KtUatino. The (Tt oterprUM ahe haa nnef was demand nremitting car. 8b want no addition to her terrtk? and the only coating-racy wblrh would force brr to aoqaire it would be In the event that other power took step to partition unina. An xamuiaiioa oi ( Koula's policy will show how complete. It it it in accord with that of tb Unit, ed Htate. I "I am hopeful that a solution satis- fartorr t4 the power and to China will . . . x. ... ... . ' he reaehml, but to aeliiere It all mast VVanhington, Nov. 31. Acmruiug t , , . . , ,. , . . , , , pursue a disiutereslwl policy ud bare oueofthe hiKht nfflelal event, an ,hwr Mm ,ho obj.tl( thvJ Mlunal hurryiiia the Uuitwl Sute to a poin j ln,.T naj in ,iew wnen ,ut) (rouble be where, la the iuu-rwts of huwmiitty and ' guu." a satUfiu-tory solutiou of (he Chiuest quniiou, it must withdraw from th, NOT RUNNING RISKS. UiUO-rt of nations. rorinrs mi I'skla IT.pr (r tmir. It is Uot inletldtxlliy the adiuillistra- Though Only Kumur. lion lobe liiwiy iu adopting such Tientsin. Nov. 21). thera ha ben course, hair warnuiK will l given t en!dd.Tnble flrtim recently in the lielnh the power and if theys'ill j.rist iu a borh.id of Tien tsin. and owing Ma policy calculated to drive Clnua to des- r(.IK)rt ,imt ,ne i;,.rmau nunrter of tha Iteration the ouly thing left for tha ad- rity w , be attacked Monday iiIk1i. niiuistratlon will be to enter into inde- ln j Oermau i eutrie were duublel. is'udeut nt-KotUtioii with the imperial 1 au,i , t,.KiIUut trollnl the oppo.iUt government. Such a course would nn- j (!, o( ,nH river, and (he remainder of doubtvdiy be fulloweil by Kuwia and j tiv u.rmM troop were ordered to bold France, but the action of (ireat Hritaiu. I them.. Ives In readme for action at a li.rmony and Jajuu is problematical .moment' notice. Nothing happened, however, lo show tuu-e fur the alarm, allhonuh todav all (lie Chinese sir- any attempt to conceal (heir bcliuf iu , ,Rut, f the fieugal lauci-r olllcer and the iuivnty of the protestation niad m,.n j1fe aying they hml U-en inform by the power that they do not coutom-1 ti ll)a were niur. lniig in a large plate the partition of China. thceech to.ly on Tu n tun and H. km. Neither of Count von liuelow illustrate well , l;, mralCmnplH-U cf the l'.rm.h tr.sip. the attitude of the power, lie said lu Bur t'j,. M.-ade of the American 1 the course of it: lieT there is any truth in Ihn rumor, "It is impoi.i!!o to f'Tsee further (! , 1 ut th tmtive i vidently l-lu-v it mid Telopmeut. We hal! not allow cur 1 tunny of them urn l avmg the rvu e of n lves l-i U led 1h -yoiid the. demand. lorcigner. except tv the llltere.ts .f clvi!at imi Mrl..r, ..I III. r.,er. and e.pecialiy ty the Miter-.: cl t.-rlln. N .v. tfl. -A s.-i-l d.si(elt Co rmany. ; from 1', kin -ays I'rnnv 1 nan l-u Tin-.- wonN nr-i parai lir i-e 1 n fol- nrri ti I mil .tni 1 of !u niwi-r by an lows 1'V nn n.iiiiii:.tt:i::i ii ..!Vu in!. !rrd.-rof tt eni-.-.ir and the mpr.-s "'I'hi. is all we wi-i.l at I ii - nt. V..' i-wn' r. lull f- irs nr f-it .-f i-n-r d ahull in t n.ake nuv lurt!.. r d. mat..'. uio Tu,,kt Ku!l S""" wh" w"'1 r'"u l.M,v..f,.l hU. it." ,lat.i.m HuJ.u.g l'o Althi'ugh Count von 11m -low s-.i rti-d ooh..i i.t i iiin. i.hi. thin the di u. and l.e n rti d l.ud 1 n n i 1 rliu, Nov. .'1 Count von Walder- lundel y "uii'uimi' us agri-i un lit," It i 'e cable from V Win that he ha ad tl' t l i hi Vi d thill the I'liltid Sti,t, tep-! vices from Coloin-l Yorck' rorm .how re.i tilulive ha R"Hit. d lo tlx in. Mr. j that tlm Chinese general. Ho, with Coiig.-r has r. .rted from tune to time '"i""" r'",lUr ,r'K'l"' rtM"T .. , , 'linear Kalgan prciwired to rem. t etier- the vurious pniioiiitions under I'oiisiiler- ., . . , ... , , , , , . cetii-nlly auy further advance of the ex- atioii. hut he ba. not y, mdieat. d that ftii1 (,ir w, anything in the nature of an nur ii.-tit Wlll r,.lfrCl.,Ill.uU before atteiuptn.rf had Isen din-lded nn which the power !t0 i,rm.eed. because of (heir recent agreement. Uovernineiit otllciaU, uo longer make TO WELCOME Or..l t .. KRUGER. I.ihr In Uml lh Trans l l'rlilent. might ac( aud which is (t serve a basis of urgnliatlou with (he Chinese author ities. the grrnt rlnngtr hang nlsmt th question of indemnity. Kvury day Mr.-tlles. N.v. '.'l.-In spite of (ho bring to (he statu department further b(Ntvy rilI1 wl, u ir,.vnll,d all tu,-iv iufonnation aU.ut (he .welling of (he uj(llt ,,,, f. .r.ii N.ii today pen.e lull, liermuuy has now fl garni , r(, f Mlir,..,n, w.-re filled from her military exKne. at '".,.,l,- . ...,rv ,.,ur by great crowds of is.ple this d,-s not include a smgl.i claim for 1.,.n,1( , -..l,i,i.t to l'aul damages; it i nothing but (he cost of Krug,-r. pr-sidcnt of the South Afrl- U Ul'l . UliKINWIIOIi. CoUuiiwoo.1, Nov. 'li. Mrs. A. 1'Mge of Kitrtcii visited frietnl and relatives in our community Thursday and Friday. Clarence Pearum, the the Kagle Hough Uider, was in this vicinity the ial week. Tom Klliott of Kdge visited rela tives here hiht week. U. 11. .".kitins and family of this Mis-cs Nora and Lou Thomas, Mattie Zimmerman and brother Hoy attended church at Alexandria Sunday. Some of the voting ticot.ln of Knob Prairie ims-ed through Cut toiiwood Saturday going to the creek bottom pecan hunting. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. I'riddy of Hryan visited Mr. and Mrs. J. II Tlioinas Sunday. Mrs. Klua Freeman und son, Chris, were pleasant visitor hen Niiidav. T. li'. and J. C. Shaw, (i. W. Mansel attended the funeral ol dipt. I,ove Monday. Cor. the Ciiited State Inn not reached the joint of set'mg a figure tn-youd w hi h demand would be regarded aexeeivi It i ai'tively at work trying to r a. h uch a tlguri. The Ciiit.-d State d ire to make the indemnity the very ut- iiio.t that I mini run iy, Mil no m ire. the Ami-rii nu f-i'i..ig is that China ha ,, the i lulled o grievously that she mii.t mif f. r a ireiiiendoii -nliy. One of the ofilclal of the administration lately in describing the adininiilraiion' iillit'idit recalled llismarck's ilnlamtinu after (he Kranco-I ieruian war that he would "bleed Krauce ile." liut he added, "Hisiiiarck s(oppid there. I(n did uot Iry to kill her. He demanded li,0"),. Osi.ooo francs. I'.ut he did not demand to.(S,Oisl,(sK francs. " tha( is the dif. feretice lietwe-n (he Bttitudu of America aud tha( nf the Kurorieaii iwi-r. the aduilliiHtra'liiu is endesToring to ecurellliiortaut lliielllieatlou III ,' r.il of (he pMmnitiou which he (he sup-' port of several of the minister at I't-kiu and other which have beeu luggi-tted (here. Miuister Conger has bi-t-u in (tructed (o opo (he provHinu tug- gested by (he protiil (hat an nrtu le b iuserted biudiug the Chllliiti: gtiVeru lueiit to the revi.iuU tf. Ihn m.tllig treatie of commerce, the olijectlou of the Ciiited Stuti I based on I ha fact that tut h a revi.tou would no un At 11: in a in. the steami-rlJel lerland, ?arryiiig Ihe'lioti-d vnvager, not having In-i ll sighte d miuitti'i-s having delail il the ru'eptioii iii eharg", nuii'i'iiiced tu n ! j ii r ii i in ti t until i o'l l-n-k p in Kirly in (let div Dr bev-1 and M. rs l'i.i-hi-1 mid Vi-i."l and otlp r l'.K-r di-li-gal-'s ti-.ur l" l tlm laiim-h of ul.uii of fie- p'lf with the piirio.n i if iii'- ting and lauding thi-(ii Id- rlan-l jul.id't the liarlt-ir '1 im .i-a pr ivi-d Imj rough, howev.-r, t t Tiint their carry ing out such iiiti-iiti'iu and they wi re i 'jbligi-d to return. j tlm scene at the dis k was very pic j tnreiue. hvery place of vantage was xcupicd Ly ightneers. The landing tagu was gaily decorated with ttuus vaal and Free Slate colors, Kreuch tfi 3o!or and shield lii nring a blue cro of the arm ..f Marseille. A red ar-t :ovi-red the ground, f inning a bright plash nf color a( the ijuay side. llrny ralioii eUewhi-ra in the ilty wire pttn llciilly m i. i xiati nl, un'.y few flag being tlniig the routs which Kruger will trav !lt lu Hoibg lloui the Uy to (La ttoul Just Keep the Change! In your heme town and it will help it grow. We would like to get every piece of laundry in Hry 4ii, and if you will Rive u a faV chanca. will prove to you that i- to your interest to let u do your laundry work. WE WILL 00 IT RIOMT.OK IT WILL COST YOU NOTIllNfl We mean business and are here to do die I est of work. And we are doing it, loo. Cther say so. you'll likely say the same when you let us hae your bundle'. Won't juu try us next time? Thone 141. American 2aundry - - f"- (iet one of these Cameras! Zk yiasazinc Cyclone Hold. 1: pi. lies; nicili.uiii a! ihangc makes it tos. sible to take 12 pillules in as many .timid.. Courist IBucteyc ffilnt Camera 1 - '1m .1 1 I" . I : t.ikes t-:n . I- ! ! V I old. i;i a ii' I will ''i in V oil I ten! it. '1 Ii a In iu- t '. 1 tin 1.1 . an- t!ic l-ct t-'i the Am i'cii. : nn ln-ttcr 111 o!c for the moil -. (id tl'-cc t'.iiucr.i. and o.ir Kodak Supplies fn.in f! 1 1 TOillis Cckman- U o. t! N o w cl r ti q s f , o r o is n-it'i jilr-nurt a-ul pride V, ;f I irritt mv frier Is ; V,f ;.,.' f oi!l ('.'(.'.' i'f '. ''fs: me ol mv r'tn' ir'-t'i is le n " fi rnl ' ne tl V.t Ex. in this ,-ily, ju.f 11 sin c l',e il 'A.'v ".'..'.', l(irra lull but MntlU-.inns, Toilet. Acticlns, litt(t PdtM tmKUMl. Fnnr.H S t. a t i o 11 n v , V 1 a v ) r i n u 11 x tr;i c, t. -, t. c. . ii ii i HMIMI OMItlllt ; in mi: ash sii: mi: V K i a s I'lll S'lttlTHiN Kit.!. I'll DAY nil SI'. II T Till.- It K I'AUT M K N T II IN I IIMii.i: K A I. KM f ATK 'if MA KYI. AN I) Cltl.l.KI.K I'K I'M SUM M Y. II A I. T I M O K K. X. 1 Mr ir: ISRYAN. Ji st4lt44,1t,0 l.i.wfenoialir ill durimr bin ah- MACY. H(.eilie j Macy, Nov- l'J. (imid rain fell Mis (Jiillio Lewie is vifiting ; here la.-t uinht. fri -nds at Hempstead. j Cotton picking is nlino.t over. Mr. .1 It StraiiL-haii and child- Wat James went to llryan to- ren returned to Ucmpntead Tuc.s-iday. Cor. j dei). rauiKller 01 .Mii'iisolivilie was here today. day. IIAItVKY. Harvey, Nov. IS. Cotton pick lng hat "about nubsided. M'ih Malinda Dyen went to Kdgfl lfti-t week to witncHH the inariago of her brother, Mr. Tony Hyena to Mins Tildy Murphy. The wedding took place nt Con cord church Sunday evening at !! o'clock, Key. II. T. Talincr olliciat ing. Hoth purlieu are well known nd held in the highest esteem by all who know them. Mr. Dyes retuaned home Monday accom paniel by hia wife. We join their many friend in winliing them a long a d happy life full of nroBDerity. Mr. and Mrs. Ilichird Sukh of A lar.e crowd was out to the show Saturday night. School opened today with Mi.s McCoy as teacher. W. W. Turner of Wheelock wiih hero lact Week. The Macy boyn and girls had a nice time last Friday night at a candy pulling at Sirs. W. I. Stark' renidence. Mr. W, C. Newman went aipir hunting today gue.s he expects the Kagle traveling man. Clown. Vlrh fi.V a llllllih .lla. Wa.hlngtoil, Nov tl. the state lie. purtiin tit has lorwarded to the ami assa tor at ljiiidoii a gold watch and rbaiu lo he pn sei.led to Captuiii A V l!lrh tritn.n 1 f the l'.rili-li steamer Orange I'nui e. IU te oiruitloii of Ins services lu eparnto term lo i-ach power, sperial re.euiiig (wo American ti.herineu who roiice.miiiia to ill-on' w hlrli intrigued 1 while li.hlng iu a 11111II boat had heroine inoi.1 suci-e. fully at tint Chines court ' it.rnled from tint vi 1 on acisiunl uf and nrolvi! le necrecv r.L'1111'11. j n.. it' x l.ittvy fig an 1 hud 'InTlcd tu si a. (hi-.,- coni-eii.lous. ImlUlta Avrtiuuil. Washington, Nov. VI. tyuarterinns r (itueral lanliiigtoii has n-ceived a Taclllc F.reaa llo. Have placed tlu-ir Money Order oil sale at Kecil' tlrilg More, where thevean lie had at all hours when store In open. J. A. Metjllceil Is agent. 317 the I'lilli-il Stati't di sires nothing in he way nf general rommt rcliil privi- "" """" K"e. 10 ev. ry inner , ... . ,..,,,.,... ,.. i-,,!,,,,,.! Mill, chief ..wer rin y are op,,.,,-,! to th. .eper- .,,..,, Manila, eoiilirmiug (he ,le rev,.,,,., of the treaties, huwuvar. . f , .....Hing of the I... iot ii'iltf 111. ti flirt.t't er..ioiil if A. .... e I .... . ' .. , . diatia nil the east side of the Isle lie I'n- an interest" in the iiegntia'Uins hut he. ,. ... o . 1 1 . a. . .1 . , . . . , ' its, ntieolllie siniillir lulutid of (he ue of Risiinplii'iitinn which wen J J , ,, ', , ,,,,,,, 1 , ' fl.l ippnot groii t, iii-l nf I.nxnii. Ikely to folliiw e.aratit arrangenii nt. I 11 In the opinion i f rouin nf the li ailltig I uo l.mi I m. fticials of (he stale department such ar. 1 Menmhi. Nov. 11.- In conseiiuencii aiigement would only npeii (he way ' 5 ,ho overflow of Wolf river Tuesday or keeping (ho Chliieae (iieHinn cull antly in an acute atato and would brow a serious pall nf aiuicty uvur (h (eace and commerce of the world. Count Cassini, the Hussiau ainhassa xr to th United Hlatea, I quoted a aylng: "Fruin the outset of (he Chinese rouble Russia has been actuated by the Ingle purstse (o act In coucert wuh (he it her power (o preserve (be Integrity if China la puriuauc of hi policy 'or preserving peace (he ciar aduptcd oight (he limber rafis inoored in Wolf river north of (he city broke loose, aud IUO0 log floated out into the Mmeissippi river, tt los may reach neatly fiOO,- Islington Marchant fuund Itead. Lulngtou, Ky., Nov. 81. Charlea 8. Uilward, a leading merchant of tbl atty, wa found deail on hi rear porch it 8 o'clock thl morning. He had been hot through th huad, but whether by utu.it If or by auothcr, ii not yet known. 4 1 J i 4 i V 4 OLDt'.ST lNSl HANCi: AtiKNCY IN ltKYAN: i:sT.r.i.isiu:i) ists. A. 1). rkConnico, f-ire. Life and Accident INSURANCE. Noihiii'' but the be.t companies rcp'Ci-'nlcd. lVr.nnal .ind careful attention gicn to the business. Q$ tUsliranCt I Specialty. Am .i-cnt f.r the l'I'.NN MC'I TAL Lite lnMir aiiic lomp.uiv nf l'liiladclplii.i, h' offer ti f bet unitiaits of any life company, a.k for specimen copy; abo icpicscnt the ridclitv .V Casually, and the Mainland Cuiahy Acci. dent Insuraiuc L'o's. Yir business ic.pccthilly .oliiitcd. ' mm mm rr ' s mm mm mm -mm M S s i.- - -- -- 1 Fraprant a ripe fruitrure as a mountain 1 anriiiR Hoary with ago and 'a blessing to men . when richtlv UBwl-thafg II AlU'EK WliltJKICY! when rightly tisetl- SOLD BY J. L. HCAHNE, BRYAN, TEXAS. tc te u tc tt i a t! K tc tc C IC tc tc a' v a a" a a s 0 M 9 8 I I ! -1 " ! ' i - i I ? i r t 4