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BULLETIN NUMBER 5 Tb Or at Northern Telegraph Company reports that the Che Foo HhaoKhal cable it Interrupted, however tbit will not hiTi any bearing on (hi a 1 of HEATH & MILLIGAN Pmansm for GARTH. BO WELL WEBB carry a eomplets stock at III times. Pre..nt demand for Heath Mllllg.n Talntt GREATEST ON RECORD TheMosningEagle t.Ur l tBS POMCSC M teeMS OlaSS U1 aaar. BY CONNELLY CARNU. Per Week, 16o - Per Month, 40o TUESDAY 'MORNING, JULY II. NEW BAPTIST COLLEGE OPDflNO. Tetat Wo mi ti Collete Will Beia Work Mosdsy, Oct. 2, 105. Tb directors of the Tetat Wo man's College of Bryan are work ing oat Industriously the details of establishing thii great enter, prise, and definitely announce that the school will open for the initial term Monday, October 2, 1905. The faculty has been partially selected, and will embrace the best instructors in erery department which it is possible to secure, and in order to get the bert the salaries paid will be in keeping with the service demanded. The faculty will not be large the first year, but in efficiency it will be unexcelled. It ii confidently believed that 100 girls will be enrolled as pupils this year, and that the school will have a marvelous growth from the beginning. Not only are the peo ple of Bryau immensely interested in it, but the country people aU are rallying to its support. Dr. Butler, who held a meeting last week at Reliance church, received substantial donations from parties living iu the country, and twelve pupilt were pledged from that lo cality. Dr. Butler is holding a meeting at Edge this week, and ezpecta to secure as many more students there. Dr. Butler will go over the county quite thoroughly between now and the time school begins, and ex pet to secure a large patronage both from Bryan and (he country. Active work is also going on to secure outside patronage. In ad dition to what the non-rwident directors and friends of the school are doing in various parts of the state, advertisements have been daced in the state psM-rs, and the toard has employed Mioses Lucy and Jessie Johnson of this city who will this week hein an active canvass for pupils in the territory mapped out as the special field of this college. The board could not have secured two better represent ative. While the site for the school ban not been peleoted, and the new buildings to be erected may not be ready for the opening of the school, suitable temporary buildings will be secured and occupied until the new ones are available. Plant for two of the buildings are now under consideration, and it is the pur pose of the board to push the mat tor as rapidly as possible with the view of having the buildings ready for occupancy after the holidays. No selection of a president for the college has yet been made, and from expressions from members of the board, it appears that the de. sire is to have Dr. Butler assume the dutiea of president temporarily in order to give the board time to make a careful selection in tilling this most important place. Cer tainly no wan stands closer to the enterprise or is better qualified to assume the management than Dr. Butler. At the morning service at the First Baptist church Sunday the following strong resolutions were adopted, and, it will be noted, tender the church build'ng for the temporary use of the school in case it is needed: Whereas, The educational rally held in Bryan June 27th and 'J3lb and attended by representative Baptist from over the state recog nized a great need for a Protectant college for girls in thin part of Texas, and formally decided that one must Im and shall be eMail I iched; B) it Ki-polved by the First Hap lift church of Bryau, 1st. That we pledgo this great new enterprise our endorsement, eymputhy and unstinted support. That in the birth of this girls' college we feel that our church sustains tho ten der relation of a mother. This school is born iu and of this church and through the years of it future course we solmenly covenant he fore God and man to foster it and minister to it with prayerful and loving yearning, and we shall earnestly strive to build up a great woman's college dedicated to the glory of God and the uplifting of the world. 2nd. That we offer to the direct ors the temporary use of our phys ical property in case it may be needed. Abe Kdal of Houston, the popu lar traveling man, who has been els Itiugliryaa for thirty-one years, Is in the. city. Charles Yeargau of Dallas spent Hunday in the city visiting relatives, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hal llearrie. Jnrg Sullork and family, W. C. Colson, J. M. i'yi and others were here from Grimes County yesterday. Miss Florence Hermlon returned to Weimer yesterday after a visit to Mrs. A. M. "Rhodes. Jetf Itogera of Willow Mole whs iu the city yesterday. i Why suffer with a HKADACIIE when you can get relief almost Instantly by taking XRAY HF.ADACMU CURT. It is safe and sure and haves no Iwid after effects EMMEL & MALONEY Msouftcturtrs X-RAY RELIEF REMEDIES 5 DAYS MARK - DOWN SALE i llllS ker pu Beginning today (T'uesday, July 4th) and dosing Sat urday, 8th, wc will cut the prices on following articles: All 15.00 Oxfords 13.50 All 6.00 Shoes . . 4.25 All 5.00 Shoes 3.75 All 3.50 Tan Oxfords All 3.50 Tan Shoes 11.00 men's underwear, per 75c garment knit underwear, garment 50c knit underwear, garment Wo half Hose, fancy terns only per per pat- 25c half Hose, fancy pat terns only 2.75 2.75 75c 60c 40c 35c ISc Men's Straw Hats .25 per cent discount. Job lot Straw Hats, worth $1.00 to 12.50; slightly soiled, choice 25 cents each. THIS MEANS SPOT CASH! Hunter & Chatham Men's Furnishers KATY TO USE MOTOR CARS. Will Put There On Between Sherman snd Dcnison. Denison, Tex., July 8. An inter urban motor car service between Denlson and Sherman is now being considered by the Missouri, Kansas and Texas, and preliminary steps have already been taken. If suc cessful, the project is likely to be taken up ail over North Texas and the southern part of Indian Terri tory as a means of short distance trailic. In order to put the scheme for interurban service into eflect on the branch line between Deni son and Sherman, tracks must be extended into both cities and fran chises secured. Efforts to gut a franchise are already under way. At present there is plenty of ma terisl on hand for this work, and rails can be had from the Cherokee division, as they are almost new ami of the proper weight. It i aid negotiations are (tending be tween the Missouri, Kansas find Texas and the promote of the Sherman-dailies ville interurban to allow the former to use the new company's tracks in Sherman. HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL R. R CO. Uryan, Tex., July 11. l'.sir,. To Whom Concerned: Notice is hereby given that on Monday. July 17, I!''. between tlio hours of 10 a. in. and 1 p. in., I, as agent for t lit Houston it Texas Cen tral Railroad Company, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder (or rash, the following described freight, said freight being now lo cated In cars standing on this com pany's side tracks near its freight letHit in Ifryan, Jiraioa county, Texas, Mine having remained at this point unclaimed for the period of time required by law. Notion I further given that this property is being Sold because of the refund of consignees to pay freight and charge and take delivery, and for the further reason that it is perish able property, which, unless sold, will become a total loss by decay: H. I. car IK!71 hulk ear corn shipped from Pledger, Texas, to Bryan. 'lex., June 13, WU6, consigned to shipper's order notify Ijnn iStar (train Com pany, weight J,iW pounds, freight unpaid 91 !!'), demurrage uupalJ I , advertising expenses, unpaid ; also H. I'. car Csi shipped from Pledger. Texas, to Bryan. Tex., Jims 13, r.K), bulk ear corn eon signed to shipper's order notify I,n Star drain Company, weight 30l"."i pounds, frslght amd charges unpaid 37.72, demurrage unpaid f , ad- vertlslng expenses unpaid . Is6 V. S. Wilson. Agent. Three of Them Completely Kemol lln'd at lob, Kan. ONE 0WNKU I N.J UU ED Despite the Prohibitory Laws of tbt Haanowrr Mate It Is Charged Eitsbllsbsieats Wr Tea sct4 Openly. Tola, Kan., July 1. Three saloons In the heart of the business section of Iota were completely wrecked by dyna mite Monday. Much danae haa been done to other property In the vicinity The. loss Is estimated at 1 100,000. J. T Thorpe, owner of one of the saloons. was Injured, but not seriously. There were two 'distinct erplwfone rteeldes demoltshrns; the three saloons, the explosions damaged a shoe store, two dru store and shattered dotens of plate a-taea windows In the buslneee section. The explosions were heard at Humboldt, nine tnllee distant. The mayor tmred a reward for the miscreants and called r. special meet Ins; of the city council to oonsbler ths situation. There haa been much acltallnn In Ida recently to rloae saloon, which have been run openly In violation of the prohibition law. anj Joternor Hoch haa been appealed to to aid In tloslus the places. BOUNDED UPWARD. Cetton Quotation Went Over Eleven Cents Bsyend Active Peel t Ions. New Orleans, July 10. With .prices bounding; upward there was an excited 0ieiilfi of the cotton market here Monday, quotations oln beyond It cents for active positions. Immediate ly after the open Ins; the advance ran aa high aa 5 points. October nelllna; at j i... annus cause contributed to the advance, the chief factor, however, belns; the exceedingly hulllah weather reports. Heavy rnlns nnd flooda were reported from sections of the cotton belt. There was also a belief In the minds of brokers ttmt If results of In-VeallR-ntlons of scamlnl In the bureau of statlNtlcs of the government Indicat ed anything; It mas the hod state of the crop had been concealed. In view of the Wilson report and rains reported In the south there o unuausl Interest In the opening of the market after a holiday snd the rlnx Slile was jHinmed before the aoii sounded. The effect of n l.irae advance st Liverpool In conjunction with In fluences mentioned beeixnie Immediate ly evident In the f run Mr effort to huv cotton and the mnrket went upward In leaps nnd bounds liefir the former bull Interests checked the movement Tty 10 n'i lock there was n net iidvunce of frotn M to 7 point. October e! In ill 11.3ft. re-rmler Ht 114. n. J.inuury lit 11 .'..1. Intere! uliUh fnr heavy reaction from iiNnoroi.il hI vnnce In mnrket, currying :l. c below whnt condition of crop n urrnnted. made large ofTerlntr of rot ton, which Served t' arrent the nd..iixe nnd cnuei n decline of from I". to 17 point. October receding' to II 1". IV. ceiriher to 11.17 nnd January to II 21 i LARGE ADVANCE. At New York It Was More Than Two Dollar Per Bsle. New York. July 10. An advance of more than 12 per bale was recorded In the cotton mnrket here Monday and reports of heavy rslns Iu the smith- west, private advice of crop darnnire and belief that the June arreuge report of the bureau of statistics wus under estimate.) n percentage of derrease. The movement was accompanied by great activity and excitement. All op tions In the local market sold over Ihn 11-ctnt mark during the first few mln- Utee of trading. October, nfter open ing at 105. advanced to 11.21. a llttls mote than S3 per bale over cloning fig ures of Saturday, other months were equuJIy strong and excited. MARKET EXCITED. Shorts at New York st Noon Monday Were Engaged Covsring. New York, July 10 At ml May, the cotton mnrket wns very n.tn h excited and feverish, with aliorts still coverlmr. and continued demand tliroiiHh .wire ami commission house t alioorb henvy profits, taking of oi l lioivs. I'rlcc were nbout tt to J.I points net hlglier Pjot cotton was quiet, middling up lands 11.30. middling gulf II VETERAN PASSED AWAY. Was at Battle of Butna Vista and Later in Northern Mico. Tncomo. Wanh., July I't Jo! ,i s,.. by. a veteran of the Mexican and Civil wars, died here. H. n eighty-seves years old. Mr. Selhy s. rve.1 under Oencral Ziu hnry T.olor In the battle of Tluena Vista and later was with the United Htatee troops operating In Sort hem Me. o. He w.. given speil.il Work by the government, and In recog nition of his services received A per sonal letter of thanks from t'rtsldent Lincoln. SIX MOTOR CARS. Being Built st Chicago Tor Strvice Be tween Calvtston snd Houston. Houston, July 10. lietieral Pa earn - ger Agent Anderson ef the Bouihern rartflc. who has returnel from Chi cago, anys six paeeenger motor cars are being built at that city for use In Texas They will arrive In thirty dry. and go Into servbe between Houston snd tiSlveston. Married His Aunt. Ptsrllng. 111.. Jnly 10. -William Mat- mnfr murrlel bis aunt. Miss IJDIan Whitish, a beautiful yonng wranan. and both were t .. ind over In !2f-0 earh tc BRYAN, TEXAS Capital 0 60,000 Surplus and Profits 0 30,000 Deposits - 0300,000 We offer you a solid institution and solicit your business EDWARD HALL G. S. PARKER A. V. WILKERSON President Vict President Cashier you want.of the quality you want, in the quautlty you re tulre Is our offsr In 31 Meats and Poultry. . .. v Aliotner ouer we propueci careful lisDdllnif, cuttly aud delivery, titlll nothsJrpl low net 'lliu(r price the' market will warrant. With such a eoinbluaUim, proved by years ot square deallnfr, ouitbt we not to bave your trader 'r i B Better than a Job! I Ka . ...... An acciacm joncy in one 01 im). a. miasm; o enmnanics will pay your SALARY whin you are SICK OK HURT. U' guarantee to jjive you the kst HEALTH OR ACCIDENT policy written in Bryan. We have paid our customers in the past two years over $1 1,00 0 tor amilents. CAN ANVOM: IXSI: SHOW A 5IMILAK Kl.COKI) Jno. A. Moore Jr. m & m Franklin is the man who sets the ji- for all the rest in ttm way of (.'loan, neat markets, ure ami choice meats. Ills prices lead for Hides, Hogs, and Good Cattle 2 MARKETS 2 S- IE3:., xcurilzllan. ALAB VST1NE YOUR WALLS Typhoid Fever. Dlptherla, Small I'ox th uerms of ibesH deadly diseases multiply Iu the d.-cayluR glue pr. aeuHn all kalsniulDes. and the deeayliiK paste umler wall paper. Al.AltASTINi: Is a dis infectant; It destroys disease germs and vermin ; Is manufactured from A stoue reweut base, bartfns on the walls, and la aa enduring as the wall Itself. ALAHASTINK Is mixed with cold water, and any one can apply It. Ask fur sample card nf beautiful tints and Information about decorating. Take no cheap substitute. Huy only In B found packages. Hold at Haswell's Book Store BE SURE AND CALL ON during the next ten days. You can buy Cut Glass, Silver Hollow Ware and all fancy pieces At EXIRtMUV 10W PRICES i the grr.nd J :ry.