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Those who contemplate joing on a Fish
ing or Picnic trip will lind Everything need cd for a complete lunch, such as 4 to 61b PICNIC HAMS Potted Meats of every description, Fruits, Cakes, Ect la fact, we have done our best to have a complete line for such occaf E. J. FOUNTAIN & CO. Ill Telephones 178 TheMornikgEagle Eotortd l tbe Fostofflce as seccna cls mill matter. BY COS SEU.Y CAUSES, Per Week, 15o - - Per Mouth, 40c SATURDAY. Al'RIL 29. MARLIN-TEMPLE TROLLEY LINE. Prominent Temple Mm Tell Some ol It Adviotites. "If the people of Marlin and Falls county realized what a great thing a trolly line from Marlin to Temple would mean for them they would be enthusiastic for the road and would lose no time going after it." Thus epoke Tat Cheeves, a lead ing dry goods man of Temple, in conversation with a Democrat representative this morning. Continuing, Mr. Cheeves de clared that the trolley line between Temple and Belton had proveu the liveet kind of a financial success. The people who own a majority of the stock reside in the north and are business people. They came to Temple, looked over the situa. tion, went bactc.made out a con tract, sent it to Temple; it was sign ed up, returned and a force of workmen appeared on the scene in a very short time and began work laying the track. The trolley does about all the passenger business between Tem ple and Belton. A summer thea- tre has been erected at Midway, where the power house is located and picnic parties are an almost daily occurence. He finds it i great aid to the business commun it y as well as the farmers along the line. Farm lands have doubled in value along the line as it brings a market to the very doors of the farm houses, and Inside?, much of the land is now in demand for eurburbitn residence property. Marlin Democrat. BCLTON-TEMPLE TROLLEY CELCBRA TION. Belton, Texas, April 2(5. Tues day, May t, ban Wen set aside as directors and stockholders' day by the Belton-Temple Traction Com pany. The occasion is the dedica tion of the Inter-urban Railway. The Pennsylvania stockholders will be here at that time and a number of addresses will 1 made by prom inent speakers. The subjects an nounced to date are as follows: "Our Electric Line." "Means of Travel in the Early Days of Texas." "What Should Belton and Temple Do for the Trolley." " 1 lie iwin Cities." "What Should Be the At titude of Persons Sustaining Injury or Damage to the Traction Com pany." "Trolley Koaas in ineir Infancy." "Will Texas Have More Ioterurban Electric Railways?" "Belton Before and After the Ad vent of tha Trolley." "Temple Before and After the Advent of the Trollev." FBI H. 4 T. C. RATES. San Antonio, Recount Jlattle of Flower, sell afternoon of 27t!i. due 1:3s p. m., limit 3tli. rate :.00. Beaum.iut. Recount Knlnl.t Tem plar, ell May 8 auJ 10. limit May 15. rate er.&5. San Alitcnio, account Order Bed Men, sell May "Hi. rate H.t5. Nacogdoches, account Federation Woman's Club, sell May 9th and for train arriving there 10th, rate 6 75. Auttin, account State Firemen, ell May 9 and part of lo, rate ! 3.55, via iiearne. f T.niil account Vat'l limiting Anniversary, sell May 11, 15, M, limit May z; rate vzi.w. mere are two diverse route privilege with this ticket. Do one way and return an- I)enver, Col., account Stock Grow- era' Association, lell May 0, 7, N V rate (SO 65. Siviinh (la.. account T. 1. A Convention, ell May 12. 13, 11; rate sm.'.zu. Kansas City, account Southern Baptist Convention, sell May htli to lZtn inclusive; rate ei.no. Dallas, account annual meeting ( A. It., sell May 1st and part of 21. nival, sell April 23. 24, 23. X 27. 2S V. S. Wilson. Agent. A solid gold filled watch warranted to wear 20 years, fitted with genuine Elgin movement, will be given to the person in Bryan who names the correct number, or near est the corrent number of children born Q Chi cago, Illinois, during the months of March, April and May, 1905. Every person who will call at our store will have a chance to make one esti mate free, and on clothing purchases ordered from Great Western TailoringCo you wlli be entitled to more estimates in propor tion to the amount of the order. The watch will absolutely be given away in Bryan so don't fail to call at our store at your earliest opportunity and make your guess. Fur ther information given on request. Hunter & Chatham Men's Furnishers I FITIHUOH ttf .TRICKEN. J Notes) VlrfWM Alfeetsd With a Pa alytie $trok In Left si. WMhlnrton. April Oeneral JtU- h..K while on hla way from Hoe- ton to Washington, m atrlcken with poply hortir after the train left the Harlem river. IW k iu wm affected. The train, which left Waah Itifton about 10 o'clock Friday, wu met by tu-cretary of War Tart, a ur geon jeneral of the army and Dr. Lo me, physician of the Pennsylvania rallrewL A physician wu iw uen- rral Lr oo the train. ' The tiewti of the general's condition had preceded him to Washington and .nv f hla armr and irsoneJ friend at the Pennsylvania alalion to The drug atock of Taliaferro A Co B'ud ri.movei I recently to Saratoga the home of Dr. Taliaferro, and the t'itr Drtii? Store. C.W. hnarKs. man aife'r, now occupies the Taliaferro stand in the east hide of Main street Calvert Courler-Chroiiicln. Sid P.hodea returned from a busl ness trip yesterday. SOMETHING NEW EASY DYE Kasy Dye colors liibtantly in hot or cold water. Will not stain hand or vessel. Due dye for all fabrics. Kasy Dye U sold lo collapsible tubes, 15o. Dye your old curtain, feathers, carpets; Dye your fancy work, yarn. llot.s, grass. , hammock, laces, incdallns. husks, baskets, woods, glove and everything flbrou. Dye anything in 6 to 15niiuutes Paa's Easter Eg? Dyes EMMEL & MALONEY Progressive Druggists snnnAL rm-iroi ura. meet l.lm. Included among them were Major ISlchl.- of the armr gonernl staff. MJr Keun and Major Mason of the medical department. Ir. St. Oeorir. Tucker of George islilnijton uni versity. MJr H"lwt Hunter n Vlr- rlnlu. Holmes fonrad of Vlrirliil.i. ait ll. II. I'owle. I)r. Tucker Invited Un eral I., e to iwiupy hi quarter at hl t.sl.hnce hre. The general, who wu rmiaeiiHi. received Dr. Tucker In liH tar when the lnvlt.-itl.in was extended lie nulled umlllMKly : "I am In charge of Dr. Kern and he ry I muM to th lioM.ltnl and I iUes I will have In urnulefTe." 1 Mn. Lee. who U at Port nub-thorpe (la. nlth her d.lUKhter. h:i been ntl ned. nn also had hla ". rteorpte. who l nt Pan Francisco preparing to all for the riilllpi'lnea. The other on who I In the Philippine, hnn heen tabled of hi falhera roniltl-m. A ..t,vi. I m t.iUi.n nlxinrd the train at Jemev tltv At riiliadilphU he gav ftwire to niii!her. whn aeromiunlid the reiM-ral to n.iltlmore. where till nnother wax taken uhimrd and rondo the trip to Wai-hlngton. ('.en-Titl Lee had been p-ndlnr n few lnvii In llonton and w.i, retiinilng to Wahlogtnn on hi way to Join Mr Lee. DESTINATION UNKNOWN. FLORAL DECORATION COMMITTEE, Anent preparation for the Italian ambassador visit to this city. Mr. r 1 1 I'arkt-r will be pleased to have the following young ladlea and gentlemen meet her Rt the court house Monday aftt-rnoon, Jo clock: Missea Charlotte MoJdarU. L.aey Hoard. Henrle Wilson. Jessie Oarth, Nellie Smith. Kettle Smith, Jennie Howell. WInuifred ThomB. ellle Hatte. F.thel Cavltt, Nonie Adam, I.ila (irahain MclnuU, Alma Itobln n. Loula Coulter, Arrie Cole. Pollle Carr. Sadie Cavltt. Edith Rhode, Irene Keeling, Sallie Johnson, Iran cea Chance. Mary Rom I'arker. Messrs. (ieorire Smith, Ed Saun der. Whit Doremu. Geo. Adam, Iiobt. W. Howell. W'Rlter Coulter, Sam H. Wllsou. CATARRHAL TR01BLES PREVALENT. Sprin Months Cause SickneBreathe H)omcl. and Be Cared of Catarrh. Catarrhal troubles are more cmu- tnou at this season tuan ai nnj other time of t tit year. The sudden changes that come duringthe spring months are productive of many cases of catarrh that without proper treat ment will become cdrotile. The pleasRiitetit. most convenient. and only scientific niethoil for the trtatuitiit and cure of catarrh, is Hyoniei Simply put twenty drops in the little pocket inhaler that comes with every ouuu. nr i men breath it for three minutes four times a day. No dangerous drug or alcoholic concoctions are taken Into the sys tem wht u Hyoinelis used. Hreathed through the iuhaler. the balsamic fragrance of Hyomel penetrates to tlie moot remote cells of the nose and throat, and thu kills t tie catar rhal germ, heal the irritated mu cous membrane, and elves coinpl.-t and permanent cure. Thousand of tehtimoiiials have been given us to the n-touishlng cures made by this remedy. J. S Nugent, treasurer of the New York Life Insurance Company, writes: 'Hvoniei ha completely cured my daughter of catarrh, from which she has been a sutTerer for years." The complete Hyomel outfit eoM but one dollar, and a the. Inhaler will last a lifetime and there is suf- i, ifrniiict for several weeks treatment, it is the most economical ...rriial reutedv known. Kxtra .it... .mi ii iiriu'iireil for M cents t.i- I.- 1 It.iiLlim to show vull the strong guarautee under which he Wsethips Well Provisioned and Mi Have Stsrttd For Vlsd vestok. Kamr.inh lUy. Airll :i Th.. rtu 'an luailron. with tr.nport. left lt I.ikI sopping place W, lneMl.'.y even Ing for an unknown domination. Th warihlna -vere provlpon-d fur fix mutittiH and it I thought h, re they ae. lound for Vla llvoMok. ' i the I'aeltl Pour (ern.an colli. t nrtlw.l at K.nn- ranh Itav tM, late to fnx d with th ouadron. hut they PUhHei.: tit ly sailed In the same dlrertluti In efforts t mtrh un with It. Vice Admiral NVtm- unlofT' Ilv'lon wax x i t to nr rive Thurx.iiy In Indo-fhlnenc waters khrrr. it In 1m II. ve.l. the admiral v. I receive Instructions regarding th place where he In to effect a Junction with Admiral KoiePt venxKy. wnop pouadron. U-pldea twentv-flve wi ships, Includes a repair ship and water tank "hip THE WAY. Permission to Publish Paper by This Name in Hsbrew Language. Ft. Petersburg. April 28. Permission has been granted to publish at th capital r Jewish paper In the Hebrew Innrunre to he called The Way. S far as known this Is the first time paper published In Hebrew has been authorized In HuhkI.i. Newp:i resent protests In th rtiltlsh pro'i over the capture of ehlpv loaded with contraband If bound foi Japnn. p-rtlnntly pointing out that they .!l playnl no concern nbout :l. many ihlps bound for Vlaillvo- tok which were taken by the Japanese. Depends on President. Washington. Anrll flecr.-t.iry Taft Is coriMil. ring the a! Isiihlllty ot crd.'rlig tlnl.tt. r llowen. nt t'.irai nh. to r.nort forthwith in Wa-hlngtixt explain charges against Aset'tunt Sec retary l.'M.inls. which he has ennve.-.-d to .tici-et.it v Tift III n nersonul letter If President HooKv lt nfs. nts this or der will be b-sued luiine.IUt.-ly. Misappropriation Charged. Trenton. N J . Anrll " - P -.-ley tl Wales, pp-wl lent of the I'.r-t National bKik of rape .May City, was arrested and arraigned In the rnlted Stst-s court to ph ad to an Indictment charg ing hltn him the misappropriation ot tio.iiiio f the banks' funds, lie en tered o pl'-a of "not guilty TeX Gifts te Five Colleges. Chicago. Atoll :S-!r. D. K. Pear- sons of CM. ago has annoiincen gins to five en. -K- s, The amounts d-nat-d rang- from flO.nno to $0.nn. The duration are for colleges In North Carolina. iWo'n'.A, Tennexsee and West Virginia. Howell Harry, n Pallas b.-y. drowned In the Trinity rlv.r. (Id wool.-n mill at Marble Kails Is to be utilized as a cotton mill. P.lghty-plxth anniversary of Odd Fel lows was observed In many cities. Mrs. Nancy M. Ilean. one of Took county's (Texas) first settlers, Is dead Oen-gi. J. tlould has resigned from the directorate of the Pnlon Pacific road. Widow of the late Oovtmor Uosp had a slight stroke of paralysis at her home In V'a. o. V. T. Thompson, a rn'lrond swltct Man at Austin, goes to Panama to he r conductor. BRYAN, TEXAS Capital Surplus and Profito Deposits - G 60,000 G 30,000 0300,000 We offer you a solid institution and solicit your business EDWARD HALL G. S. PARKER A. V. WILKERSON 1 President Vice President C Cashier B 1 ! . ... . -. Hiiiiii -l imit trinT, - :r. .i-si. m i ii J H Bboul.l alwsvs b wt wlih th lninUit aprKeaiion of in pmvrr rm-4r- bate th rio jrour house Bee,l. V mU rr-imu for s turn krf K'6 of tui.J.Dg. TELEPHONE Nl'MDCR 4 Q ARTH , HOWELL 5c NV13BI3 In on year thr$ hat bn again of 33 7-J ptr cent in tha volumt of out b u $ i n . Tha bott litt ot companies repro i on tod in tho United States Cotton and Coun- j try propert are ji among our spoci- j ettiet. h nr. .?J INSURANCE Accident - - i . . -.- Have you a policy ? (HIKE PHONE .- KlSltdNCl TH iSt ...JNO. A. MOORE Jr. The Work and Worry of tfittiurf your khh1 up auJ down stairs cau all be savej. I liatre for sale a first class FREIGHT ELEVATOR In good condition, suitable for any line of business. Apply ,0 Dunn & Daly ALAD ASTINE YOUR WALLS Tvpl.olJ Fever. Dij'therla. Small I'ox-th p rins of the." deadly diseases multiply hi the decaying el'"- pr; -e,,t . It. all hi.I M.o decaying .sl und.-r wall paper. AI.AHAhTIN I. U l.ifectant; It destroys diseas.i k'erins and vermin; la manufactured roin a st'.n.' cement l.a-, harden, on the walls, and as endurlmr L he wall itself. ALAItAhTINK Is mUd with cold water, and "nv "no an apply It. Ask for sample card of beautiful tint, and Information about decorat Ink'- Take no cheap substitute. Huy only in 5 J otind packages. Sold at Haswell's Book Store ypi piaiaiMWHaIMIBBlMOT'fffn1WHBaP'iM E31 8 a The Steaming I ROAST! rich with appetizing flavors Is within your reach if you patronize this butcher shop and havt a fairly p"d cook. It isn't onlr that the meat itself la lulcy l tender, but also that we know how to handle and cut It up. It a to our interest to take ifMd care of you. because we want your custom year in.year out CHANEY BROTHERS Free Delivery 'Phone 330 I a s-ll llyomei.