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Court al la PostoSew U Moee4 eUas Bull stsuar. BY COKKKIXY A CAKKEt. Per W.ek, 15o - l'er Month, 40c ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR MARSHAL. We ara authorixed to announce T. 1. BOYKTT M a candidate for re-election to the office of City Marshal at the epsulog city tlectlou In April. KOB SKCKKTAKY We are authorized to announce C. M. SI'KLL at a candidate fur reflection to the office of City Secretary at the emu lug city election In April. Fob alkkkmax. We aro authorized to announce It. T. liOVLE at a candidate for re-election to the office of alderman f liryan at the ensuing April election. We ar authorised to announce J. II. PRIDDY a a candidate for re-election to the office of alderman of liryan at the emitting April election. We are authorized to announce W. S. IIOWKM, a a condidat for re-election at al derman of Hryan, at the tnaulnjr April election. SUNDAY, APRIL 2. A GENERAL CALL Activity lo Ibe South in the Interest ol Good Roads Increasing. llourton, Texas, Ajril 1. . Whereas, the Kaet Texas Good Road Association will hold a con vention in the city of Houton on thelSthand 19ih of April, 1905, we, the otlicers and members, of the Harris County Good Iloads Association, citizens and ollicers of the county, extend to you a most hearty and earnest invitation . to attend this convention. We beg to Hate that every male and female In th State of Texas who is inter ested in the construction and main tenance of public highways is eli gible to membership and will lw welcome as a delegate, and we most earnestly urge that you take advantage of the exceptionally low railroad rates that have ln-en granted on this occasion, to visit Houston, the Chicago of the South, and lend your ussixUnce in making this a grand success. Prominent nttional speakers and numerous State and county oflicers f will le present and make this con- vention one of the largest and farthest reaching in its ell'orts in 'this movement than any ever held in this State before. An interesting program has been arranged for the entertainment of the guesta and we promlte you the tlsoeof your life. Therefore, we urge that you will not allow any thin; to interfere with your ting present. Aalt your local railroad agent for rates. H. W. Cortes, President Harris County Good Road Association. 1 A. L. Jackeon, Mayor of Hous ton, ' 1 ' ' i ' ' i i T. Blake Dupree, County Judge, B. F. Bonner, President Houston Business League. J. M. Rockwell, President Lum- bermen's Association. V. S. McNeal, President Hous ton Manufacturers' Association. G. J. Palmer, President Auto mobile Club. Chas. F. Parker, President Hous ton Merchants' Association. W. D. Cleveland, Tres. Houston Cotton Exchange and Board Trade. George Kllis, Chief of Police. Archie Anderson, Sheriff. Exceptionally low passenger rates have l-u secured, admitting of sufficient time to cover transit to and from this convention. Everyone is eligible, and with such noted speakers as Hon. Geo. B. Cortelyou, Hon. James Wilson, secretary of agriculture, Hon. M. Dodge, department Public Road Inquiry Bureau, all of Washing- ton, D. C, Col. R. V. Richardson, secretary National Good Ronds As sociatiou, Gov. Lanham and other speakers of State reputation, a most interesting convention will bo had. The Louisiana State Good Roads Association will hold its next meeting in Baton Rouge, La., April 27, l'.K). This meeting will be followed by the Southern Inter state Convention of the National Good Roads Association, which will be held in the same city, April 28 and 2'J. William Jen nines Brynn will probably address the convention. Several governors of southern statoa and other dis tinguished men will Ik present. Hon. James Wilson, secretary of the I'nited Stat-s Department of Agriculture, and Hon. Martin Dodge, director of Public Roads Inquiries, will a!o be present and address the Convention. cabs la ualveraal um la Looaon. sir Hansom got a sheet of paper, and wlthaut any delay be sketched out hi Idea of a safe and toorenlent mode of paaelug through tte crowded Jlet. of the great metropolis. Ilia frwuda watched hlra while he wn at work and unaulmoualy applauded the aketcb which b had drawn. They dabbed It by the name of Ita Laveator, act It wai then and there called a "Haavvaa ear." One of thoM pretest adrtaed bin to take out a pateot for It whit be said be woulu do oo the morrow, flower tr, there wa one dlahooeat maa la the company, by whom be waa forae tailed, for on reachlag hi vwra boat that evening and beuig, like Mr. Haaeon. a clever draftsman, aa all great archl tela are, he akeU-bed out a ear Ilk the drawing be bad teen, aad early the following morning be took It to the office and got out a patent for It In bla own name, thus robbing the t a loot ed Inventor of all the remuneration which he deserved to reap from It. It brought au Ininiva but III gotten for tune to the one who had perpetrated the fraud, where Mr. Cut r leu Hau som wna never oue penny the richer. Donnhoe's. JACK TAR'S GIN. The War Manor Waa aitllt( Aboard One of Our Waraklaa. Wlillc on I lie Chlu.i stuiluu lii Ivy, the in. liter at arm' mess on the t'uii ed Slutes stciiiuer Omaha wu In a druukcu mid demoralized condition for several weeks. Try n he might tin cuptnln eould not discover where the liquor wa coming, from. Finally all abort' lllH'rty wa stopped, but tin UrutikeniK's did not teu. On tin rnornlini of salllug while the executlvt olBeer um near the port Kaugwa; watching the taking In of store li asked "li.it wn la a large demijohn that mine over the side with boxe ninl piu'kiig'e. lie wit told that It wa- vlm-irar. Ho pulled the cork and sniff ed It. It was vlneKur. Then Ms ut tentiou wii attracted by the tat umrked "master at arms' uics," and rciiia rklnt; that the mens must b us Init vinegar for bnUiiiik'. he bad ul ready seen the same demijolin ttroiinht aboard twice wltblu that week, lie or (lend the olDcer of the tlerk to Inspect It carefully and taste it. IK' did: it wa vlnetfur. That otllccr, however, noticed that the Jug had an uiiuniiulh Ion,; neck. IK- poured out a small iiuutlty of vinegar ami discovered nn extra cork in the liottum of the neck. Below that were three KalK'iia of gin. The vlticgiir lietwecn the corks bad nerved to deceive the Inipec tlui; of fleer at the gangway for a month. Chicago News. There waa once la a North Carolina court a rate that has gone down a history In the Judicial annala of the state. It appear that debtor named Jenklna, when solicited to close an old open account by note, agreed to do eo provided be ahoold be allowed to draft the Instrument Thla waa granted blra. whereupon be presented the creditor with the following: "I. 8amuel Jenklna. agree to pay John Hugglna 1200 whenever conven lent, but It la understood that said Jen kin la not to be pushed, Wltaeaa my band and teal thla day of Samuel Jenkln.,'-Hrper'a Weekly. DfHer Thaai HI Owe. They were discussing the factor which make for suecete In the world when the knowing young man eald: Tbtfre'a nothing like force of char actor. Now. there'a J one! Sure to make hit way In the world. He's a will of hi u ii, you know." "Hut Hmwn lias ouiethlng Ix'tter In bis favor." "What's that?" "A will of his uncle's." Don a oa III I. ark. Oh. John." she exclaimed as she ulmerveil lillu cettinc Into his over coat. "I h"iM you're not piltic to Ih out a u;il n tonight:" "I hope Hot." be replied iiliHentllllud eillv. "but It's unite likely. The curds have lieeti ri:uiiiiif wrx bmlly f'r mi1 UMv."-riiiholeli.lii'. I A STOLEN INVENTION. V I Eale Mow the tirmlgnrr of the llaaaoia t ab l.uat Korlaar. (.'harles Ilaiisom, tlie faiuoiis l ji'Hsli uri liittt t. wns a talented man In many repei'ta other than In the exercise of his profcHalon. lie wa dining on a certain tiny with u few friends when one of tlieu taunted him with Ix-ini; unalile to Invent a vehicle which would tiilHriile the old friolilolifil bin kH ninl Mr a aad llrad. "What kind of head do you like on a man?" was asked of the president ot a corporation employing several thou, sntid bainN. He applied; "It depelidr altogether on what I want tic bead to (I l. llilrli ilepiirtllieilt of our blKi nesa reipilre a tllffereiit shape of bead We don't look for veiierntlon, Im-ihvo lclire, Kelieroidty, Hllbliuilty. cviisclen tl'ilisiirss, uriillltivc!iesK or Ideality Take them all lu all. I think I'd rathei huve around me men of comlmth encss. aiik'remlveiiess, hope. nilrlt. construe tiveuenx. I try to pick out such.- I should ke every man lu my employ to have at Icnst two thirds of his head in front of hi ears. Men with bin back beads are overweighted with In tellcct; too slow to keep up with tin so1." New York Pre. EXPRESSIVE NAME FOR INDIGESTION. E. J. Jenkins lias Simple Remedy That is Guaranteed lo Cure the Trouble. No one Word better ckpretiHt the condition of the Hiilferer from weak stomach or liulicMion titan "mU ery." The stomach is weak and cailllot digest tilt) food, so that there Is no appetite, tin ri I are pain and rripitit; hi the Ktoinacli ami bowel, the lo ad and back ache, and tiie misery goes to every organ. strengthen the stomach and the digestive system by the uo of Mi-o-na. This I the only stoii,n?li remedy known that gives relief by strength' eiiing tlie Mtomacli and digestive or gans. It is this principle that make it a certain cure ! r indigestion. Other medicine may give temporary relief by ll'-lplllg digettt the fiod, but they do not strengthen the stomach, and that organ gets weaker and weaker all the time. K. J. Jenkins, the reliable retail druggist, lias so much coiilidetice in this remarkable remedy that lie gcuantee a cure, or the money will be refunded. Ml-o-mt costs but 'o cent a box. Ask to see th strong guarantee given with each box. Mi-o-na is In tablet form and should be taken before each meal. Other remedies for stomach trouble and iiidig' stlmi are taken after the meal. Mild decompose the good food VU eat, but Ml-o-lia used before eat I tig strengthens the htulllHcl). soothes and heals all irritation and inlUin matioii, enriches the blood, ninl put the stomach in such a healthy con dition that it will take care of the food itlf and there will bn no pain and suffering. X. 11. lUUXKl.KV i r mill kLI'AIUIMi Ol (ifTU'AL ii()t)S A SI'bC ULI Y gVKyes tested frt f charge "Wja All work guaranteed Al WIVy Cnt.-. tl th rv Si-Tr. M nn Srr-f i 3X5f A Splendid Library Free. The merchants and others named below will give any literary or social club, school or college, or literary dub in any college; or f lode or other organization in Drvan or Brazos Countv. a beautiful AH. library of attractive and valuable books, absolutely without cost. j See the collection on display at Burt Norwood's show window. The plan is simple; for every 10 cent purchase of goods you f are entitled to one vote, and the institution whose members and friends poll the highest popular vote by June 24th next, 12 noon, will get the entire collection. Voting tickets are free with all purchases. The rules govcrn- J the contest are: First The person making purchase must fill out ticket at time roi purchase and hand to clerk for private mark or o. k. Clerks are not allowed to make out tickets. t.u Second Employers and clerks are not allowed to vote or in cfluence votes in their own establishment, and transfer of votes from r one club to another will not be allowed. Cash sales or prompt pay i mcnt of accounts only entitle you to vote. j The merchants and this paper will remain strictly neutral 1 throughout this race. See the offer on subscription in another column. You can vote only at the following places: HUNTER & CHATHAM, Gent's Fur- j ' inB"i:T NOIiWOOI), Dry Goods. M- V. WILEY A CO.. Confectionery. . FOUNTAIN it CO., Groceries. . , : "WAY, Saddlery it Harness. 'KV A SON, Meat Market. . i DANS BY, Grocers, i ' ES, Druggist. ro Dcu ra nisLings. GORZYCKI, Thoto 8tudio, Frames and Enlarging. . C. C. SIIELBURNE, Livery and Feed. JAMES & NUNN, Furniture, Carpets. THE EAGLE, Job Printing. Contest No. 2 In order to disseminate the laoriaa tion amoDg the greatest number Maenrn. ing the Library Contast and U tit courage the acquisition of good books, we will give any teacher, stnasot or other person interested in good literature, a beautiful set of Ridpath's History of the IVorld, bound in half moroeoo and gorgeously illustrated sails for $36.00, and a complete set of the World's Great est Orators and Essays sells for 125.00, bound in eilk buckram, library style, illustrations on imported Japanese paper. Both seta com pride 19 volumes and are a library within themselves. These two sets of books are given by THE BRYAN EAGLE to the country teacher, student, school or society getting the most votes by June 21. One dollar paid on subscription U The Eagle en titles the person bringing it in to 100 votes, also to 100 votes in the contest for the large library. Eryan societies or people are excluded from this contest. Remember, votes secured for this con test count also for the other contest, and .1.00 paid The Eagle for Weekly sub. scription buys ten times as many votes as a dollar paid for merchandise. ) t i C y i f t tit; V! Take a day off and go sirWe supply everything but the bait Cole Hardware Company KOK SAI.K iff A HAIUI.MX one Freight Elevator in p.M.I condition, muUIjIm rr grocery, Jiardware. or Iry oo I lmi. n-s. A i j 1 1 to Dunn & Daly Perfectly Pure and Fresh Knell ai l eery Ti seri ti.'a i'oii;jnuiidi-d by us U I'tepar.-d rr.it. i dm.- whieii re perfectly pure and fn s!i. We reiuforce tl.is lil'li iUlity of prescription ingredients w itli skillful ainl ear. ful prencrlption com. poiuulii..' retiult u llnUI.ed lile.llelue, elliclel.t kind. E. J. JENKINS (Pi i i ii.e isl"'. i 1 1 Rubber Heelt for COMFORT FRANK TODARO up .to 'd ate SHOE SHOP All w..rk Koarantee.l. S A T I S K A I'Tn 11 Y 1' K I C K S Perfectly llliislied, liet t.. Itllfliail- mi Saddle lilmp. 1'hII fur and deliver work In city free. Iliixg 2l'T. t: Sour Stomach No appetite, lost of strength, r.eryoua. ness, headache, constipation, tad breath, jcneral debility, sour r'.sir.ji, and catarrh of the stomach are ail due lo indigestion. Kodol cures Indigestion. This new discov ery represents the natural Juices ot diges tion aa they exist In a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive propertlea. Kodol Dys pepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy cures ad stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the aicmach. Mr. S. S B:i. RifxvJ. W. Vl .uri I Irr-ub.el with kmr Mctnach for twrnty n. Kodol curf J m and tra now utint It In mli lor bor," Kodol DigesU What You Eat Bottles only. II 00 Sl;e ti-.Mir 2S timet th trial it, which ,,ff'r 10 'Mi. Prsparad by I. O. O.WITT J OO., OHICAOa EGGS! EGGS! EGGS! From ThorouhbrcMl IMymouth Jocks Fifteen for $1.00 Leave tikt nt Thos. V. lliilR'' Store HliYAN, TEXAS I'm still in itl Th JJttrti ttu.ln-.f. Old rr.ttlrrw tnl nw. I aluo 0ihoUtr old ( blr and lour.irM! tK ap.riran d f.it down nr(.n nd roUin l'lo nl m jgor owr at (lapt. (i W Smltb s o.Hc. 2ACK TALLEY. J. W. Batts kUAL L5TATI- AOL.NT OFFICE IN T AI.IAKFItltO Ul lLDINCl urrosiTE cui'kT house. Ha lo offl- thtnnlr t of Atxtrat Books of Hi aiu County Larnt 1 ltl. F()H SALK. Tlie N. H. Cole l.lock iii Hall'a addition. 1'rlce 75'i.tMj. One quarter of a Mock in eaateru part of town, price j caali. .V) acres of laud and a Rood folir room rcsideiire, located inside city limits. I'rice auO.UU. Zi'C acres of land on east aide of town.knowu aa the Caldwell pasture. Will sell In tracta to auit purchaaera and on easy terms. a lota in pmd neighborhood, with flneslitdetreea. l'rlcee;K. Terma easy. 7-notn liouso and 2 lots on east side of town. Hrlck cistern and du well. I'rice $750. Terma easr. fjOacresjtf timher land in kurten tieiirhliorliood in tracta to auit pur chasers. I'rice rt.Oo tn si nn r. r ..... Ii-rms easy. The Mistrot place in south part of town. KlK'th acres and a twontory n room Iioiihw. JJatli room with hot and Colli Wafer, two nmlor.r.rnnn,l cisterns and water-worka. All uec- cessary out house. Trice 13.500. DR. R. H. HARRISON, Physician & Surgeon. OFF1CK HOURS; ID to II a m; I to I p m. Offlca 'phooe NO. OCj Rpaldeoc 139. HHYAX, TEXAS.