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gored bv bull at Juarea, Mex. recovery I doubt fuL Fteejner Hanover arrived at Oalvr on from firemen wth J0 passengers, majority bomfk'r ffear Terrell. Tea, T. M. Parkerson j,,, nvl4 Japanese persimmon ela;h In half a rxmJ eu.h.. Tobacco rehandllna; plant at W. H. Jdatthew Hon at Loulville, Kr. valued at tl0.000. waa destroyed by fir Th government will run a dally au tomobile Una between Ilo-well and Tor rance, N. M. H mile. Mails wlU be carried. W. C. FOUNTAIN Dentist. Crown anJ Bridge work a spec ialty. Office up-stairs over Burt Norwi kI's store. Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE DENTIST OrflCl: OVER HAS WELL'S BOOK 8T0RI Office at James Drag Store. A. L MONDRICK, M. D. BRYAN, TEXAS. Special Attention Given Difeaeea of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Residence 'Phone 261 I. R. Batte & Co 1M IONK 'JoO WE SELL All KINDS INSURANCE and Buy Life Insurance I'olicie. P IKLl-Mercantile buildings, fixture! and stocks; public build intra, school houses: country prop erty, dwellings and contents, barns, gins and machinery. TORN ADO-We cover your property with a Tornado pol icy, if desired. LIFlil We eelljthe UEST Policies at low rates. AOOIDIiNT-Our Com. panies issue policies at the same price as others, nnd give larger benefits. $1.00 per month buys from f too to $600 death fiotn acci dent. 1 15 to $60 per month acci dent indemnity. I15 to o per month sickness indemnity. $50 to $300 for loot of one hand or one foot all fort 1.00 per month. LxIYB. STOGK-We insure the life of your horse, mule, or cow. COTTON Special in ducements to those holding cotton, in town or on your farm. Two Dyspeptics ' If you art too fat It Is because your food turns to fat Instcafl of muscle -strength. If you are too lean the fat producing foods that you eat are not properly dig-esudand assimilated. Lean, thin, ttrinpy people do not hare enouch Pepsin in the stomach, whil fat pop!e have too much Pepsin and not nough Pancreatine. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the d:restive juices that are found in a healthy stomach, and In exactly those proportion necessary to nab! the stomach and dieestivo organt to d.gest an J assimilate all foods that may be citen. Kodol is not only a perfect d gesUnt. but it is a reconstructive. ta sue building tnnia as well. Kodol curet IndigesLor, Dyspepsia. Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Palpitation cf the Heart and Constipation. You will Ike it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach, rebuilds the; tissues and fires firm fiesh. llif Sw444.JM4S.lt tlBM M BMS M S Erl.l, M , .If. rr.pw-4 " L.4 rmurr(S O-fc-WI a o. . chte. a a. EOT ROCK WOUND FATAL. ig Paul Morgan Espires From Re- Raault of Fractured Skull. Ablltne. Tes... Nov. 17. Paul Morgan, a lad fourteen year of age, died here Thu raday from tha effects of a wounl In tha head caused by brine atruck with a rock thrown Tuesday on tha school round by a boy of about tha same axe. The physician trepnineoi tne akull. but all their effort were futile-. )mi Itranaford cave bond In 1300. Ceath of Captain Marshall. Howe. Te.. Nov. 17. 4'aptaln J. C. Maraha'.l. among- the oldest rltltrna of the town, died here ufter an lllivsa of three or four daya. lie leave an eatiite Valued at KOO.OOO. He ' a liberal contributor to hurrhc and educational Institution. HEROIC HORSE. Defends Child From Attack of Panther Until Help Arrive. CJuthrte, Nov. 17. Genevieve Ited-dlng-ton. ten yeara old, living near Cul Ion. was attacked by a panther and drairired from the horae which aha waa riding, while she waa returning home. Tha panther came out of the Whlta mountain, the first seen In thla lo cality for eeveral month. The hore. which la a pet. refuted to leave the girl and fought tha panther with hi heel, thereby navlng tha girl's life. The nolee attracted a Comanche In dian, who waa hunting In the neighbor hood, and upon hie appearance the pan ther eecaped Into a canyon. BELLIGERENT DEER. Animal Attacks Man end Inflict De cidedly Serious Injuria, Tula, L T, Nov. 'it John McCrady. a local oil wall driller, waa Injured se riously In a fight with a mad deer that belonged to a local dortor. Mr. Mc Crady cut by the deer's horn anil hoof. The well driller thought the deer tam and tried to pet It. The deer struck him with hi horn, knocking him down, and Mr. McCrady was almost unconscious w hen rescued. Minneapoli at Cherbourg. Cherbourg Nov. 17 The t'nltcd State cruiser Minneapolis arrived here from Ll'bon and exchanged salute with the fort. It I said that order await Hie cruiser Instructing her com mand' r to leave for the lUltlc. Did Not Die. Oranije. Tex.. Nov. 17. The negro, pan '.:in. reported kllle.l In n runa way, revived, und at a l.ito hour Thurs day afternoon waa stl'l nllve, though 1" a very prei urlou condition. Aqain Breaks Loo. Srf '. irt. Nov. 1". Tor the fourth or fifth time I'rodueerV well N. 3 In the Annt.i Held hua broken loose. The enving In and around It has caused uniiithennlon that It will become Ig rilted from the "Hiirnlng Oil Wei!." which I distant but 100 feet. Set For Wedneaday. Washington. Nov. 17 The date for tl,e trial of Midshipman Meriwether for raunlng the death of Midshipman liranch Uua been net for Wednesday Of next WW-k. The pension of the court will be held at the naval acud inf. Alfonso Betrothed. Madrid. Nov. 17 The Heraldo muk the (Kwltlve Ktateinent that King Al f.inao return to Madrid will be follow ed by an official announcement of hl batrothul to an Kngl'sh prlnme. Collected at Chicago. Chicago. Nov. 17 Funds for th purchase of arma and ammunition by th nvolutlonary committee at Ht. Pe terMburg wer collected here at a meet ing of the Revolutionary notiety Jew. Reduced to Rank. lAnnapolla. Nov. 17 Midshipmen A. W. net and Ilgh Noyea, who act-l aa referea and timekeeper reapectlvely. In the fight between Branch and Meri wether, have been reduced to the rank from their position aa cadet lieuten ant. Eight thousand acre In etate of Oax aca, Mexico, will be settled on by farm' er from Illinois and Oklahoma. A number of sJlnged local option vi olator were arrested at Mexta, Teg. and liquor aaised. HEARSTS EXPENSES. Breaks tha Record, Heratofor, Held by Governor Higgin. Albany, Nov. 17. William It llnrnt. mndldata for mayor of Greater New York on the Municipal Ownership League ticket, certified to the secre tory of tate Friday that hi total cam paign expense was KT..8U. This break the record for such expense, which wo formerly held by Governor IIlKglns who spent during the butt itate campaign $22,000. Mr. 1 leant say he contributed all but S17.4SS of $?0.2O6. epent by the flnanco commit tee of the Municipal Ownership League fr.r the benefit of all candidate on the CLERGYMAN CONVICT E.U. Adjudged Guilty of Attempted Crimi nal Aault on Littl Girl. Taris, Tex.. Nov. 17 Hubert McCow li, charged with criminal assault on the little daughter of a widow south i f tawn. wiu founj guilty of aggravated aasault. t wa fined $:no and given thirty day In J. ill. The defendant I a preacher, and vva holding a meeting under on arbor at the time of hi ar ret Faith la Doctor. "Why do you select a fgmlly doctor who lives so fur from your home?" "If any of my family are taken sick I want them to hav a chance to recov er before the doctor gels there." Cleveland Plain DonW. FEDERAL SUPZRVISION. Senator Dry dan Will Intraauee an In uranc Measure In Senate, Washington. Nov. 17 Senator Dry- den of New Jeraey, who 1 preiljeflt of on of the largest Ufa Insurance) com lunle In tha country, had a talk with tha president on th subject of Insur- ATOa JOIN V. PKTDO OF W KB nee, which the president will discus freely In hi forthcoming message to congrwM. hVnator Dryden will Intro dun at the coming aelon of congress a bill providing for Federal supervision of life Insurance companies. HAS GONE OUT. On of the Most 8peotaeular Phenom ena That Wae Ever Witnessed. Bhreveport, Nov. 17. A suddenly a It began the "Ilumlny OH Geyer at Caddo City, In the Annanlaa field, twenty-three mile from the city, ha gone out of It own accord, after burn ing steadily since Jwe 17 and afford ing one of the most spectacular phe nomena known to the old field For practically five months the will lias constituted a huge torch by day or night, the flame extending thirty fei t Into the air. The total stoppage was preeeib d by a gradual lessening In Ue ami helKlit of the flame until It ceased to burn cntlrvlv. The ul 1 of the lat. had I I Invoked us to the st menu of hii. I andlng the enormous waste of ica-". the dally output of which was phu ed ut 50.d00.noo cubic feet, worth co.iuiu r rallty In the neighborhood of Jio.uou. SUCCESSFUL TEST. Morchanical Fingsra Do tha Labor of Picking the Fleecy Staple. Phreveport. Nov. 17. What was pro nounced the most successful test of a cotton picking machine ever witnessed In thl section took place at Westd.il" plantation, thirty-five mil .-a Ixiow ShreveMirt. before a representative gathering of cotton men. It Is the first picking machine to record a er eentuge of S1 of cotton. Increasing thl by 7 per cent on repeating process. Merhanitul finger do the work of a picker. MISS ALICE'S PRESENTS. Twenty-Sevan Boxes and Cuitoma Of ficials Have No Easy Task. Washington. Nov. 17 The examina tion and appraisement of the present reilvrd by Miss Alice Roosevelt dur ing her visit to the orient has begun. Officials at Georgetown custom house begun to open the twenty-seven boxes In which the present were shipped and other souvenir of the visit which re sulted In a social conquest In the far east by the president's daughter. Cus toms officials say the task Is anything but an tnsy one, owing to the neces sity laid on them to appraise the gixd on their foreign commercial value, only about one-third of the boxes have so for been opened and Collector Nyman and staff are raid to be somewhat sur prised, a the valuation of their con tents will exceed scarcely a few thou sand dollar. HANGED HIMSELF. Farmer Suicided Under mprion He Had Killed Hie Wife. St. Appopllne. Quebec, Nov. 17. Re lieving that h had murdered hi wife. Alexander Lahrle. a wealthy farmer, committed ulddiv The couple had quarrreled and In a fit of rage LAbrle picked up a gun and fired. Mr. Lnbrte fell to the floor In a faint and Lahrle, believing her to be dead, hanged him relf. A neighbor found Mrs. Labrle un conscious but uninjured. 8NYDER EXPIRES. Former Louisiana Lieutenant Governor Succumbs to Operation. New Orleans. Nov. 17. A private tel egram announces the death at Rochest er, Minn.. In a private sanitarium of Hon. n. II. Snyder, formerly lleuten ant governor of thla state. Mr. Hnyder left here a month ago to undergo on eperaUon. but was unable to rally. He was a native of Tallulah. Kentucky Holds Record. Washington. Nov. 17. Tho battle ship Kentucky hold the record for American warship for having sent a message the longest distance by wire less telegraph, acccordlng to report re. reived at the bureau of equipment of the navy department. Th Kentucky while lying In Hampton Road aenl a communication to the wlreles station at ltcaufort. S. C, a distance of D00 rolU. Quiet Soon Restored, rittsburg. Nov. 17. There wj a panic among the delegates to meeting of the American Federation of Iabor convention at the old city hall Thurs day, caused by decoration In tha rear ef t'le hall taking fire. A rush was made for fir exit but quiet was soon restorid by President Gomper. The fir burned Itsalf out In a few minute. No cue wa Injured. .'-.S-ss:.-;; ;ipW tl TPp WfcrAvYi sJL U AyK wSi STARTLING RESULTS. Beard ef Canvasser Discevee Seme Rather Queer Proceeding. York. Nov. 17-In the thir teenth election district of the 1rt assembly district the tally aheet showed that sevrtity-nlne vote were missing from the published count. It waa not stated for which candidate the, un counted lllota had been cast. The board of canvasser allow rd no one but themselves to handle the tally sheet. Counsel for t'tli Mr ll"srt and Mayor McClelian wire allowed to read all the sheeet without .ui hlnn them. Comparison were confined to the votes ast for mayor. ninptr,ll-t and president of the board of aid r men. In one election district of VJueeus county the board of canvassers found that Mayor McClelian received 2iM Vote les than he should have had (n. election district, the twelfth, of the Second assembly district. In which William T. Jernm was not credited with a sing e vote, waa discovered du ring the Investigation According to the tallV sheet Of this district Mr. Je rome received fifty-seven votes, but he was credited with none. The board had decided not to Include the Jerome votes In canvass, but his attorney requested that the office of d'strlet attorney be Included, and ae cured an order from the supreme court t show cause why thla should not be done. A surprising mistake was found In the Nineteenth election district of the genvnd assembly district. The Inspevt on' return In this district had credited no vote to Ford, the Municipal Own ership League candidate for comptroll er, while Cavanaugh. Social! candi date, received slxty-twi vole. The tally sheeta showed that he should have received the sixty-two tmllots credited to Cavanaugh. white the SocU'Ut can didate received none. COTTON CONSUMED. More Than Two Thousand Bale De stroyed at Columbus. Columbus. Ga . Nov. 17 More than Jnnn of cotton were burn.il. about looo bale, badly damaged unci several hundred hale s.nr lied by fire whl.h started on grounds used Jointly by the Central of Georgia railway und the. At lantic C.imiij.ss company Th" fire started fr.en a spark fton a snitch en gine, an I at 7 o'i !. k Thursday evn Ing was Mill uncontrolled. The t...il Ions placed at not b s- than 1 1 Til oo.i fully Insured. The cotton was In an op n spate near the round house of the Contra I of Georgia railway, and th fire w as slatted bv a I .m intuitive spurlt A stiff gal- of wind n adf the work of the fire ibpartmetit especially difficult lilt the department ,oiec.e.ed in pre venting the ).pr'nd of the fir to t tween llnOi) and K.ono bale whlcii were on the ground near by. Ionian A t.. of Augusta wera the principal Ion t. ALIMONY ALLOWED. Judge Decides Mr. Madden Should Be Granted Separation. Cln'lr.natl. Nov. 17. Ivcldlng that scpanitioii Is warranted under all clr-eu:':s-nitces. alimony to the amount ot po r month and attorneys' fees of ftOefi were oril red by Judge Swing In this cl y In the suit of Mrs. Mad In for nlltntitiV pending the ileclsion of thr Kentui ky courts on the suit for divorce between John Iv Miiddn anil herself DOES NOT WANT IT. Kavanaugh In the Game Only For th Sake of Sport. Memphis. Nov. 17 A IJttle R.s k special to the Comtneriiul-Apt o'ul (juot- I President Kavanaugh of the South ern ll.iseball league as saying, fn re gard to the report thut he will bf ten dered the pro-si. lency of the Cotton State liugut-: "I could not accept the Cotton state presldncy, and would not If It wre offered me. I am not a pro fessional baseball president, and am In the game for the sake of the sport." New Service. Philadelphia. Nov. 17. A local ship ping firm ha been advised that a new freight and steerage service will b Inaugurated from .Atlantlo port to Bremen. Noted Educator Die. Catthge. Mo. Nov. 17 Itev. nr. William Sim Knight, president cf th Carthage Collegiate institute, I dead agid s'xty-tdght year. SIX SHOT. Pardon Have Been Granted to the Re maining Mutineer. Washington. Nov. 17. penoer Dd.ly, charge d'affaires of the American em bassy at St. Petersburg, cabled th tate department that pardon hav been granted te th Cronatadt muti neers except six, who were ahot Thurs day. Mr. Kddy add that the giving of Imperial land and action on the Cronstadt mutineer may do much to wards stopping the trouble. He says the city 1 quiet. To Continue Indefinitely, ft. Petersburg. Nov. 17. The com ell of workmen' delegates resolved to continue the strike Indefinitely. To Begin Nov. 20. Odessa, Nov. 17. Th workmen' or ganization p reclamed a general strike to begin Nov. 29. Governor Offer Reward. Guthrie, Nov. 17. Oovemor Tom Ferguson offered $600 reward for the arrest of the person or persons who murdered Mrs. Walter Stesdman. wlf of the Frisco agent at Ringer, last Monday night, who was killed in bed by robber wh-n ah srreamed for help. Total reward now offered asoount to over $1,091 All Officer Retained. South McAitr. Ner. He Th Woman" Itaptiat Mlastonscy Confer nc adjourned to mart X Aaa Dest yeais The ofSuera were re-eiectsas, BULLETIN The Great Northern Telegraph Company re porta that tho Cheo Foo (Shanghai eable la Interrupted. However thla will not have any bearing on the a a 1 o a o f lltATII & for (IARTII, HOWELL A WE II II carry a complete stock a. all times. Present demand for Heath k Mllllgan Paint UHEATESTON RECORD Better than a Job! An accident policy in one of JX0. A. MOORE'S companies will pav your SALARY when you are SICK OR HURT. We iniarantee to tfve you the best HEALTH OR ACCIDENT policy written in l.ryan. 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