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E. J. Fountain & Co. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK Of Bryan, Trias, mad. to U Comptroller of tae Cnrreacy at the cIom of eutlnea Arc. lata, int. This Week We cut the price of all BLACKBOARD RESOURCES Loans and Diecounts.... 1177,195 08 U. 8. Bonds and Prein's. M.OUO 00 Bonds, Securities, etc... M10 0 Real Estate. Furniture and tlx to res 12,76s) CO CASH .. 125,156 81 $374,531 37 LIABILITIES Capital Stock rX),000 00 Surplus aud Profits (net) 31,7:J8 3.1 Circulation uO.ujO 00 DEPOSITS 239,793 04 $374,531 37 FRUIT5 Lemons Teaches Grapes fears Apples Tlnms VEGETABLES Celery Onions Potatoes Green Teas Callage ft. C. Syrup . Car of, American Veauly Jlour jusl received in 'PHONES iw TheMohningEagle Kalor.4 st the Postoffl m moob4 elsa mail attar. BY CONNELLY CAUSES. 1 Per Vtk, 16o Per Month, 40c FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. A quarantine guard at Vicks burg, Miss., succumbed to yellow fever at bis post. The peace envoy, having fin it bed making peace, have been making merry at many winings and dining. By direction of Htate Health Officer, Tabor Dr. J. F. Eaves has gone to Mayuville, I. T. to investi gate the yellow fever situation. The cholera epidemic id becom ing serious in Europe and may reach a point where it will a fleet the cotton market. MOORINQ-MORRIS. Prominent Gentleman ol Bryan Wedf Popular Corticana Lady. Mr. J. S. Mooring left at 1:3S yesterday afternoon for Corsicana, accompanied by Dr. Geo. B. But ler, pastor of the First Baptist church, and at 0:30 o'clock laet evening, at the home of the bride's 'brother-in-law and sister, Judge and Mrs. Sam 11. Frost, was unit led in marriage to Mrs. Kate Winkler Morris, Dr. Butler officiating. It wt-, a quiet wed ding with only relatives present, and Mr. and Mrs. Mooring arriv led in Bryan last night and are at the Exchange Hotel. Mrs. Mooring is a daughter of the late Col. A. M. Winkler and a sister of Mrs. Sam II. Frost of Corsicana and Mrs. A. D. McCon- nico of this city. She has several times visited in Bryan and has many friends who will give her cordial welcome to her new home. Belonging to one of the leading - I families of Corsicana, accomplish- The Southern Cotton Aesocia-1 j ,)0eP(,ed of most pleasing tion has named a committee to fix i personality, she is a social favor- . f i ....!. I. ' a minimum price for the staple, which will probably be II cents. DISTRICT COURT. Maria Calhoun vs. S. M. Der den, trespass to try title; com promised. J. Webb Howell vs. Frank Mc Lelland et al, suit to perfect title; M. Nagle appointed guardian ad litem for minors and also to rep resent non-resident defendant. Par tition ordered; W. C. Davis, M. O. Nail and J. 0. Minkert appointed commissioners to report at this term of court. Lucretia Creath vs. J. W. Math is, suit for partition; sale approv ed and commissioners of sale ordered to make deed to purchaser. Merchants and Planters Oil Co. vs. John II. Henderson, applica tion for writ of injunction; dis missed. Lillie Davis vs. Wrichmorn Davis, divorce granted. Walter J. Higgs 'vs. Estella Iliggs et al, minors, partition suit; M. Nagle apointed guar dian ad litem for minors. Bam Walker vs. Adeline Walk er, divorce granted. ite in tnat city, she has for a number of years been active in the work of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and has served the Corsicana chapter as secretary for four years. She resigned the position at a meeting he'd Thurs dap afternoon, which was made the occasion of many expressions of regret at ber leave-taking and good wishes for her happiness. Mr. Mooring has for many years been a leading citizen and bote man of Bryan. Popular at home, he also enjoys a wide acquaint ance and the esteem of friends throughout the state. During his residence in this city be has been called upon to fill public posi tions of trust and responsibility He served the city efficiently two terms an mayor and is at present a member of the commissioners court, where his good judgement and business ability is of much value to the city and county. The Facie unites with other friends in extending hearty con gratulations to Mr. and Mrs Mooring. SHOES As Follows for Cash $5.00 Oxfords I4.00 Oxfords $3.50 Oxfords 13.50 Tan Shoes 3.35 2.85 2.45 2.75 I, Albert W. W'ilkersoo, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the foregoing staieineut is true to the beat of my knowledw and belief. ALBERT W. WILKERSON, Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before me Uils the 30tb day of Ad.. 1903. CO Ft It EOT Attest: En S. Dkki:, Ed. Hall. Notary Public, liraioa Co., Texas. O. H. Parker. J. W. Euglieh. Directors. HORRIBLE SUICIDE. Boy Pulls Gun Trifg.r With Foot and Blow Hoad to Atom. Wille, Tea.. fH- 7. After eating hi dinner Wedneaday, Fontaine fox, fif- teen yeara old. went upatalrs to ht room, pulled off a shoe, nat down on the bed. placed the muzzle of a shot run under hia chin, pulled the trigger with hit foot and literally blew bl head Into stoma. FATAL DISPUTE. All Straw Hats Half Off All Summer I'lidt-rwear. Men's Soft Negligee Shirts in Pongees, Mercerized and Mohair materials aud all Faucy Half-Hose at () X K F O C It T H OFF We want to turn these goods Into raah before fall pood a arrive. That is why the prices are cut ao low. You'll save money by buying now and reserving them until uext summer, but remember there are several hot daya to follow yet HIS SUM M E It Hunter & Chatham Men's Furnishers w. c. Herman Ratbury K tiled and Kannamacher Htld. Iall.i. it. 7. Aa the result S dlatute over a game of domlnoe ut V. T. Strong a saloon, HQ Main street. Wednesday night. W. U. JUahury waa ahot. dying an hour afterward, and Herman Kannnmaiher, the bartender, arrented and taken to Jail. The bullet entered the li ft aide of the neck. IUs bury, "a ho wm thirty-five yeara old. after bring ehl staegered out of the saloon and fill on the aldewulk. He kept repeating. "I am going to die." JukI aa the aliihulum-e re.u hed the hoHjiltl with Itanhury he expired. Bitttn by Skunk. HI rutin, tsj t. 7 W. K. Holt, a cow boy. who waa hltt-n In Arizona by a akunk. lunif hare He hu Kne to Auatln for treatment. The nnlinul bit a rheek w hile he waa n.Mr. and had a. h a firm ho. tl .it t wna ohllid to hoot tf.e rre.iture twice. ADDRESS ADOPTTt). MADE BR VAN WHAT SHE IS. Advertlsiag A Power ibal r Tarsol Disinfectant A TWENTY-FIVE CENT BOTTLE SUFFICIENT TO MAKE FIVE GAL. DISINFECTING SOLUTION Tarsol Instantly deodorizes and diainfects. Arrests decom position and prevents contagion. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER BOTTLE EMMEL & MALONEY I-RCKiRKSIVK DKCUOIHi Silent, but Active Works While We Sleep. Dallas has her Hundred and Fifty Thousand club, and her chamber of commerce; Houston has her buines league, Hutchins has a Ten Thousand club, Madi sonville and scores of other towns have their organization of buxinees men to promote trade, and they adverti.-e to beat the band. Bryan is one of the be.-t adver tied towns in her own territory that there U in Texas and that i largely what has made her what she N today. The Kagle's Trade Edition has been well subscribed to and will do a vfttt deal to keep the wheels rolling toward Bryan. Better get in the band wagon, if you haven't yet come in. Nothing Heard. .sew ork. ."' j't i. - At the Southern Parlflr offli-- It w., vnl.! Thursday no word hail h.n r- ii K. I fro'ti i I nt -man from Toklo. Ill .i--mm.,, t , re of the ojiltilnii the hostile .. tni.i.Mra. tlona were In no "t.. i rona. jir llarrlman n vllt to J i. m. it Ik lar ed. la entirely for ret ration anl .leaa ure. Anxioua to Sea Roct. New York, b'i'i't. 7. Huron Komura, after reading Akkkoi l.ite.l Treaa dJa- patches telling of rlota ut Toklo and referenra to E. If. Jl.irrlman, Immedi ately endeavored to reach Hetrtarr or State Root. Mr. Sato a Id Haroa Komura waa extremely dealrous of aealrvg Mr. Root COTTON GROWERS. Soma Favor Eltvan Canta, Whila Oth- ara Inaiat on Twalvo. Aahevllle. N. C. Sept. ".The South ern Cotton tirowera' naaoriatlon con vened here Wednead.iy. The opening aeaajon waa devotel to the appoint ment of romrnltteem among thern one to fix the minimum price at which the farmer ahould well hla cotton thla year. Some delrgatea fvor 11 cent, while others Inaiat on 12. Ileaolutlona committee la J. D. Smith. Forth Carolina : J. K Illrkey, Tmi, and S. Wlthernpoon. MlHalmlorl. Sadie Mac. the noted Canadian reii dead at Hartford. Conn., while In Eccutiva Committta Hat Alio Bten Decided Up.n by Conventien. Munkoilee. Sept. 7 At the constitu tional convention '- ltie lav a feature ! wua the re.nlli.i; of a c -1 1 1 1 . .- I. I "U'ahona: The SotB of tto- f i : : r Na I tloiiM." by '. N'. llifk- U. Tt.e wor.N and mu.lc are hy SU. M. Iu. k- worth, an Indian woman l.iuehter of John litjllltt. the urll-knoMt! .liw ,re attorn y. It a hijiiic at the evening aeanlon of the convention I v Itohert ( Hare und X. 1 1 .l much ...im.-ru. The u.dre f the i mi v r; t l.,n to the people In e I.inatlon of th- onil:u tlon. and tie Idfec -t the f ive fv lllxed Trll were formally adopted wlille the lampalk'ti coinnilttee rctmrt ed the ele tlf.n of the follow lt:ir ex ecutlve committee: ( N. Jl.iakell. chalrtnan. J.inim ii. Jtennett. secre tary: V. S. Itufdl. tlenrge V. S. ott T. V. Shai kelforl. W. II. Murry. J It C.meh. H. K. Marhall and Jude John R Thornan. Mr. II atk 11 d.- lined to nerve and Ju Ige II M. Maker wa le ted Thin lommittee will have charge r.f the active wtnp.ilKti work. ROASTER EXPLODES. Mra. McCuire Killed and Three Other Pariona Are Injured. Wapgoner. I. T.. Sept. 7. Mra Hob ert McCiuire wua Klil-1 nnl three oth era Injured na a rxult of the exploalon ef the guKollne tank of .1 peanut roant r. The punter at nt.itloii-d In front of McOulre'a t i.ok atore. The tutik nhot thruth a a r-en iloor. ntrlklng Mra M'-iinlre In the atom.i h. The Injured are ?. W. Sheldon, ftriii k In the ha with luige pieie (thing. arrloiiKly huit; DavlJ i'mph and Kd Mulllna. Wad Chorua Girl. Guthrie. Sept. 7. I.iu r nce Ilrown of HiKr.e, la., an Inapector for the me rlnr drpiirtnient nt Waahltigton. wu. married to .mimh r loreru ll.tigravea. a horux tcirl ivith the Irtn.i I'muli opera company. W. h Ix pialng through k lahotna ut preo-nt Mia. :run haa left the company. Made Conftderatt Riflia. Lexington. 'kla., Sept 7. W. S Travlor. who made rlfl-a for the Con federate In Alabama during the Civil war. la deud here. Mr. Traylor tin a realdent of (iklahoma and Indian Ter ritory thirty yeara, and Icuvea widow and eleven children. woSl,7hwl,,t ,h Chr,,r ak Octroying hundred, of acre Negro Prtachr Fined, Outhrle. Sept. 7 Rev. T. S. I.yona and liev. T. Nightingale, two negro Kuptlat preai hera. arrewted laat Friday for fighting during the Terrltorl.il Uap- list conference here, were convicted In the police court und fined 110 and cot each. FROM FOREST FIRES. Flamei Starting Thua Contume a Number of Buildinga. W'allnce. Ida.. Sept. 7. Fiamra catrhlnrr from forrot Area three miles from Ulullen completely destroyed a boart'inf houae. bunka and tenta at Fnoatorm mine an J threatened ore bin. The entire forie of the mine waa ou. fighting the flamea to protect tlm b.rlng in the tunnel. Every tucket In iullen waa brought Into liae an xmy of men poured water on the iamea. The foreat Area aat of h.re of Office at James' Drag Store. A. L. MONDRICK, M. D HltYAN, TEXAS. Special Attention Given Pirteafie of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Residence 'Phone 261 Dr. W. H.- LAWRENCE DENTIST -4 OFF ICE: OVER HAJJWELL'8 BOOK STORK ItKYAN. TEXA8. W. C. FOUNTAIN Dentist. Crown and Bridge work a spec ialty. Office up-stairs over Burt Norwxl's store. Wood Cutting Fireplace or heater, per cord y .50c Split storn wood, per con! Nc AM WOK1C (I I' A HA N T K E I) 'Ihoii 34 JOf PLETZEP Easy to taka and easy to act Is that famous liltla pill Da Witt's , Uttls Early Risers. This U due' tha fact that they tonio tha liver I ate.d of purrlrf It. They nav.rl nor sicken, not aen the moL4i!i lady, and yet they are so certain result thai no one who uses them la disappointed. They cure torpid Uvcr, constipation, biliousness. Jaundice, headache, materia and ward off pneu monia and fevers. X. C. D.WITT CO., CHICAGO Don't Forgit (hi Kami. larly Bison For cialo by Kmnifl A Maloney. Wc receive I .Vaneaa Cry Pitta." IChocolatc Bon-Bon. Fine candies every week. Stock always fresh. M. H. James Leading Drnggist. BULLETIN NUMBER 5 The Oreat Nortliern Telegraph Company report tliat tlie C'he Fimi SliaiiK'tial cIiIm i Interrupted. However this w ill not hare any bear! 11 X n t Ii e a a 1 e a o f lltATII & MILLIGAN O Painnts for (IARTH, HOWKLL h WKHM carry a complete stock at all time, rrcaent dematul for Heath h Milliwatt Taints ' ORE A TEST ON It ECO It I) r Nine Leading Orands of ..WHISKEY. ALL STANDARD BRANDS OF PURITY YOUR CMOICL AT FORD'S SALOON Wilson Wlilhkey Mount Vernon Cnacade Hill i Hill Athertou bottled in bond Paul Jones Hunter Rye Four Rosea Hrook Hill fTYor It PATRONAGE INVITED W. T. FORD PHONE 178 r I umwr.