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THOUGHT MURDERED.
5 DAYS
Luaiu M. Cole Has Been Mixing For
BULLETIN NUMBER 6
Number of Day.
me cog Fiaiafl mil
Lougvlew. Teg.. July 11 It la
thoutM that Luclua M. Cole, residing
t '
IM - DOWHfcr.
miles raat of her, has been
Ttis tireat Northern. Telegraph Company reports tint ths Chse
Foa Khanehal rabla U Interrupted. However this wM not
foully dealt with, lie left horn oa
BRYAN, TEXAS
t
business Thursday laat. riding an old
h 10; bttrlag on t b (
1 of
n
SALE!
family mart, en routs to Marshall,
where he u lo board train for Jef
Capital O 60,000
Surplus and Profits. O .30,000
Deposits - 0300,000
ferson, lie waa Irared only a few
miles. That night about midnight hie
llftATII & MILLIGAN
animal, saddle and bridle were found
In an alley here. The mare'a condition
Beginning today (Tuesday,
July 4th) and dosing Sat
urday, 8th, we will cut the
prices on following articies:
showed aha had been ridden hard.
Fhe, however, broke looee before morn
Ins and waa picked up Friday by an
o
We offer you a solid institution
and solicit your business
officer and put In the pound. i
Eaurnm
M
for GARTH, HOWELL 4 WEBB cfcrry complete itock at
all timet.
Present demand
GREATEST
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TheMosningEagle
Esters roetoOo " mtS1
MY COXNKLLT CARXKI.
Per Week. loo
. Per Month, 40c
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-WEDNESDAY, J ULY -18. -
DONLEY COUNTY IMPROVEMENT CLl'B
VERY ACTIVE.
tin Methodist and Catholic Schools
aod Raised Fifty Thouiaad
Dollar for a Bap
tit Collet c.
Clarendon, Texas, July 9. To
The Eagle: I have often noticed
that when one's mind is strongly
preoccupied by particular theme,
be seems to find wherever be goes,
things bearing upon that very sub
ject throwing new light upon it
inviting further thought and inves
tigation. Projects for concerted action for
public improvement and enter
prises nave been to the Jront in
Bryan this pant few months pro
jects from the consummation of
which much good is expected to
result. When 1 arrived in this
town I thought my mind would
get reft from euch cotipitleialioni;
but I find that the trend of discus
sion here in along the same line.
The people here, an at Dryan, are
busy with schemes for the promo
tion of the common good, with the
difference that things of the kind
are done here in a more business
like manner and with greater ease
than is the case with us. The
work of the Donley County Im
provement Club was soon cabled to
toy attention, and I find in the
Panhandle a spirit of co-operation
and community action for the com
mon good which makes our efforts
down in Brazos county seem like
child's play when compared with
this.
Take One instance for illuitra
tion. We have been struggling at
Bryan with a proposition to raise
a bonus of ten thousand dollars for
a Houth Texas Baptist College.
They had a contest here between
several Panhandle towns a little
while ago to secure the location of
a Panhandle Baptist College, and
the people of this little town of
twenty five hundred population
jumped at the chance to get into
the light. They rained Jiftrj thou
sand dollars cash ho easily that it
seemed like no effort at all, and
UN!
A SCHOOL TOWN
Wliy sutler with a JiKADACHK when you ran
pet relief almost Instantly by taking
X-RAY
MF.ADACHii
tt Is safe and sure ami leaves no baJ
after effect.
EMM EL & MALON EY
. , Manufacturer
X-RAY RELIEF REJVIEDIE5
lor Heatn Miingan
ON RECORD
few Si rT.l flM
pushed this subscription at the
genera! church committee having
the matter of location in charge,
together with a tender of twenty
acres of valuable ground, consti
tuting a beautiful site. Not only
so, but they were disappointed
and crestfallen when the educa
tional commission declined to take
their money and located the col
lege at another place that offered,
I presume, even, belter terms.
Clarendon baa a Methodist col
lege that has been here for years
and baa conferred sucb great ben
efits on the town that the people
know bow to appreciate schools.
It has an enrollment of 204 pupils,
a large number of whom are board
ers, and the money that this
brings here looks good to these
people. A Catholic boarding school
St. Mary's is do less appreci
ated; has an enrollment of over a
hundred, and although not nearly
so well
housed and equipped as
i "Villa Maria' is talked
our own " ilia Maria,
up and assisted by these people,
being rightly considered one of the
valuable contributors to tba pros
rrity of the town. They have
tine publio schools here, as well
John E.Cooke is secretary of the
Donley County Improvement Club,
and is anxious to have inquiries
about Donley County find Claren
don, and to give warm welcome to
all comers. Our Business League
could get valuable pointers from
these town builders of the I Jain.
If the people of Clarendon had
an institution like the A. and M.
College as near to them a that
great state school is to Bryan, they
would tie their town to it with
band of steel if it cost them a
hundred thousand to do so. for
they have the common sense,
pluck and enterprise that make
cities out of towns. They have no
Cat ie nee with pessimists and
nockers, and if Bryan were pos
sessed with the spirit these eople
have, considering our superior ad
vantages in many ways, our good
old town would have a population
often thousand in no time, and
folks now satisfied with individ
ualistic struggle and stagnation
would go by leaps and bounds to
ositions of prosperity and influ
ence. In its last analysis this
spirit is nothing but common sense
applied te civic affairs, and I hope
it will break out in epidemic form
at Bryan some of these good days.
There is room and need for it.
A cool norther ' blows over the
plains today, and I hope it will
extend away down to ihi valley of
the Brazos, and bring a respite and
breathing spell to all the good
readers of The Eagle before its re
freshing breath is spent.
I am going over to Ron well, New
Mexico, tomorrow, and take a look
at what in said to 13 the most
beatitiful city in the South.
W. P. C.
CLRI:
13.50
4.25
3.75
2.75
2.75
11.00 men's underwear, per
garment
75c
75c knit underwear,
garment
50c knit underwear,
garment
per
00c
per
- 40c
50c half Hose, fancy
terns only
25c half Hose, fancy
terns only
pat-
35c
pat-
ISc
Men's Straw Hats 25 per cent
discount.
Job lot Straw Hats, worth 11.00
to 12.50; slightly soiled,
choice 25 cents each.
THIS MEANS
SPOT CASH!
Hunter &
Chatham
Men's Furnishers
BRYAN-COLLEGE MOTOR LINE.
Addrets From tbc Business Lea'ue Com
mittce to the People ol Bryin.
To the Citizens of Hryau :
The Buainesi League na ap
pointed a committee of five toco-
operate with several of our citizen
who nave the cot.struction of the
Bryan-College Motor Car Liue in
Land. That everyone may under
stand the plan of organization, we.
the committee, submit the follow
ing: The company is to be organized
with a capital stock of 115,000.00,
one half of which must be sab
scribed and 20 per cent of the sub
scription stock paid in. When
one-half the stock is subscribed
we will call a meeting of stock
holders for the purpoce of electing
board of directors. The board
will then secure charter aud Ix-gin
actual work.
Tbe committee i anxious to get
stock subscribed at once, buying
consulted with Dr. Houston, wbo
says tbe road should le completed
sb near the otening of College as
poxnible.trut we may accommodate
150 to 200 boys in Uryan the com
ing se'Mon.
The committee wi-hea to advie
tbe citizens that they will call on
them at once for their nubecrip
tions to Hock, and ark them to be
ready to subscribe aud not put tbe
committee off, as it In very neces
sary to bare tbe read constructed
in time for the coming session.
We further advise that your
subscription is not a bonus, not a
donation, but i an investment,
and under the management of an
able board of directors will prove
a paving proposition.
Ed. Hall.
A. M. Waldrop,
Jno. M. Lawrence,
J. Webb Howell,
J. H. Webb.
Cotton advanced about $11.00 a
bale during the pat month. Dur
ing that time an investigation of
the government bureau baa been
going on by secret service men, and
a leak has been found. One man
has been fired and there are raid
to be others. The .Southern Cotton
Growers' associntion i.i credited
with starting the investigation by
attacking the bureau report of
June 2, which is alleged to have
been "juggled and manipulated"
in the interest of the bears.
All I o.OO 6i fords
All 6.00 Show
All 5.00 Shoes
All 3.50 Tan Oxfords
All 3.50 Tan Shoee
PASTOR TO, REMAIN.
Cenaregation Refuses te Give Ceneent
te Mr. Johnson Leaving Victoria.
Victoria. Tel., July 11. Rev. Joseph
Johnson, who has been pastor of the
Presbyterian church her for thirty-
two years, was recently extended a call
by the Free Presbyterian church at
Austin. Tel . which he dralred to ac
cept, but In accordance with the rules
of the church. It was necessary that
his congregation release him. They
met to consider the matter and by an
overwhelming vote declined to give
Mm up. Mr. Johnson has had many
calls front other churches during; his
long and successful pastorate here, but
has refused all except this one.
AMERICAN WHEAT BARRED.
Cannet Get Into Meaics Under Present
Tariff and Rail Charges.
U 1'asa, July II. j'riMtk'ully no
American wheat Is being Imported Into
Xltiko despite the recent reduction of
duty by the Mexican government of IS
per klla
With the present duty and freight
tariffs American wheat Is absolutely
barred. Wheat men are taking the
matter up with the Mexican govern
ment In the hop of reopening a mar
krt for I'ntle Hum's products.
Broken In Twe Places.
Dallas. July 11. An old man named
J. T. Harris while crossing the rnllroad
tracks on oCmmerco street near Kr
vay. fell down. A leg was broken In
two places.
SURGEON AT FRISCO.
Saw Borodino and Many Other Russian
Vessels Go to ths Bottom.
Sun Krandsco. July 11. Ir. M. Par
is, who wits on the surgeon Russian
hospital ship Orel, attached to the fleet
under command of Admiral Kojcatven
sky during the nuvnl buttle In the Sea
of Japan, has arrived here on his way
to Frame. He l a Frenchman, and
with many other surgeons of that na
tionality Joined the Orel nt Toulon ss
a delegate from the French lied Cross
society. As an eye witness of the bat
tle Dr. I'arls saw the tuli!"lilp Roro
dtno ami many otlirr of the liiiMel.iri
fleet 'ink He was w.thln a mile of
the Hnro.ll nn when she l. K in to careen
Olid nil. "At this time." he said. In the
course of nn Interview, "I -r guns were
firing and 1 could see many I'rmt
shells she fired golnic ktvard or Into
the sen heelde her. Itut every Jap-ui-ense
shell. It seemed, went utralKht Into
the vitals of the Itnrodlno. Then came
the heavy lletlng of the big buttlevhlp
and then u tremendous plunge as she
went down by the head with hundreds
of men aboard." Dr. Paris snys Ad
miral ItnJeMveneky nnd otnVers never
seemed to fear de'et lit the hands of
the JaiKiiioe. though thlr hla were
fould ufter a long crulne In troplcil
water.
IS ASSASSINATED.
Prefect of Police Mests a Violent Oeath
at City of Moscow.
Moscow, July 11. Major General
Count Khouvaloff. prefert of polhe here
and formerly attache,! to the ministry
of the Interior, was assassinated Tues
day morning while receiving petitions.
One of the petitioners drew u revolver
and fired three times nt the prefect
who fell dead. The assassin was ar
rested. BANKS BUSY.
Rushed With Applicant Tor New Jap
anese Bond Itaue.
I-omlnn. July 11. Since the hour
they rened Tuesd ay the banks chnrge I
with the iKime of the new Jap.inese
tlKO.OHO bond losue was rimlied with
applicants. Indlcntlooa at noon wero
the loan would he heavily oversub
ecrlted. The ruxh win even greater
than on the occasMi of the lat loan.
NEW CHIEF.
Admiral Birilsff Is Head of the Ruftian
Admiralty.
London, July 11. A illxpatih to a
news agency from Ht. Peterxburg an
nounces that Vlco Admiral Itlrlleff has
been apiHtlutel head of the KiiskUii
admiralty In succesxlon to Admiral
Avellun, who resigned.
New Navy For Ruttia.
Now York. July 11 A Ht. Peters
burg dispatch to the World eays: The
navy department, having resolved to
build a powerful new navy, has In
structed Charles M. Schwab to make
plans for new wharves, giving the en
act time In which the work can he
romrleted.
Three Bloody Encounters.
Warsaw. July 11. There were three
bloody encounters between troops and
striking shoemakers Tul.iy In which
about twenty -erson were killed or
wounded.
AWFUL EXPLOSION.
Communtestion With t is Impritoned
Men Was Cut Entirsly Off.
Cardiff. Wales. July 11. An explo
sion occurre I nt the W.itertown Col
liery Rhnnd Jahlll. while 1 men wer
In the pit. Commut.l utln with then
was cut iff.
EDWARD HALL
G. S. PARKER
A. W. WILKERSON
P
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Better than a Job!
An accident o!icy in one of JNO. A. MOOKF.'S
companies will pay your SALARY when you are
SICK OK HURT. We guarantee to give you the
best HEALTH OK ACUDKXT policy written in
Bryan. We have paid our customers in the past
two years over $1 1,000 for arcidents.
CAN ANYONI:
SHOW A 5l.Mjl.AK KIJCOK
Jno. A.
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fl Franklin is tbe man w ho pets the pace for I
all tbe reit in tbe way of I
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Clean, neat markets, pure and choice meats.
Mia price lead for
Hides, Hogs, and Good Cattle
2 MAR K ETS 2
ALAD VSTINE YOUR WALLS
Typhoid Fever, IllptherU, Small I'oi th genua of tliee deadly
disease multiply la that decaying fr'ue present in all kalsomlnes,
and the decaying paste under wall paper. Al.AHA.STl.NK I a dis
infectant; It destroy disease germ and vermin; Is manufactured
from a stone cement bnse, hardens on the walla, and Is as enduring
a the wall itself. ALA1IASTINK la mixed with cold water, and
any one ran apply It. Auk for sample card of beautiful lints and
Information about decorating. Take no cheap substitute. Htiy only
In & ound package. Hold at
Hasw ell's Book Store
BE SURE
during the next ten days. You can buy ,
i '
!
Cut Glass, Silver Hollow Ware
and all fancy pieces
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
President
Vice President
Cashier
TEIUG-
jou want.of the quality you
WlUl.lD IIIR IJUSUlll JVU T
nlraU n u r offer In 1
"l " m - -
Meats and Poultry.
Another offer wo propose: Is
rareful haodllng, cuttln
aod delivery. . btill aooth
lowest senior price the
market will warrant. . With
such combination, proved
by a year ot square dealing,
ought we not to have your
trade?
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Moore Jr.
AND CALL ON
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