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Horrifying 8pcUcl Her Hutband and Children WltntMd. WrmltnEliam. Ala., Jan. 14. After having apeut Sunday with relative ' rt Lake J. A. linker, wife and t rhllirtn. one a baby In IU mothorn arroa. were hurrying to the union rt Many Monday morning to cotrh train to Henry Kllen. Ala. They If tl.-j Ent Luke elK-trlo train at Flr iis.Tttn and Twentieth Btrrrt and wre wal'in for If to clear the rromlnR. A the trt!or d1 the train rtmhed mt It llit i fwltrh, turned nharply on the dUermi;: track, on which Mrs. linker Moot!. ci.il around her to death before the even of her hiHliand und children, ller Laby, which ho curried In her armn, was run over ulno, but ('neaped fatal Injury. UF BRYAN, TEXAS. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY TEN INJURED. II The City Mational Bank I r rv n n n r n vj u w r i n i mm & i mn i i FOR NEXT 7 DAYS Capital Stock - -Surplus and Profits -Deposits - - -Total Resources - OFFICERS G. S. PARKER E. H. AST1N ALBERT W. WILKERSON ED. S. DERDEN E. V. CRENSHAW $ 50,000.00 63,000.00 600,000.00 760,384.31 President Vice President Cashier Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier J. W. ENGLISH J. N. COLE G. S. PARKER DIRECTORS E. H. ASTIN JNO. K. PARKER A. W. WILKERSON This bank will be under the same manage ment as heretofore, and can guarantee to Us Customers and patrons the same liberal treatment and careful attention as in the past. Sleeper Catchea Fire and la Complete ly Destroyed. Chicago. Jan. II. Ten prrsoua were injured, several Heiinusly, when n through train, outbound on the Mutum railroad, collided In n f"K with the sleeper on the rear rtnl of a Wabash train. Among those perlously hurt wa sa man named Ochlincer of CM raco. The Wabash enniiie was thrown frtm the rails Into h ditch. Coals from the fire box net tire to the kleep.r, whcIU was destroyed. TRAIN WRECKED. 8 Engineer Myera Lotei Hi Life and Fireman Lewie Fatally Hurt. rittshurp, J.in. H Clili:'i:o oxpnn No. I', ca.stbound, on the rittsbtiri; and Western branch of the It.,::!more mi.! Ohio, enn-.e l:i c l!l;io:i :ii .!i:-.;i Park with n li.-avy '. rtvlv-. The pa'i'.eiitfcr r.z'.n.' w i. I nml O. W. My, rs. r r. i.f ''.;!'-.. Junction, was Ki!:; d: I- .-.in !!. (' I.( v!s, iiNo'of CM. :-. .! ticicn. a... f;,t:ili' I'lini'.'d. ' v. r.l - tt . : . the i vr-s ft.T" ' ' ' !.. DOCS ATTACK rJY. j; Pieces cf Flesh Torn Off an Arm at"! g N'e.irly Loses Hi Life. t-"he: ni.i'i. Jan. II. 'Mi' t. is yctrob! son of . if I'll- nv. IMc : m .r lVI's. W!H li-nfy M!l.-. l y ,.k c The ' h:i I tr. .1 a r:i!.l.;t. Tl.- 1 "V att.-rn, ; B d to !..l;i th. ni lati-h It and he w a 3 attacked and an nun 1. iv. d t the JJ tone. I'lec-s of !! a v i" torn i.tv His sen .iw.a bniu-ht !.!; f.;tli. r and till ll.ii le to the Si i lie, V.U recti'- I him. Entered at the W..il'ice in Hisan. ' I" as econd-clai matter. HV CAR NFS & WALLACE CrT7ANXQUNCbMUMS. The Eagle i authorized to announce FRANK CLARKE as a candidate for re-election to the otric -j c ...... iK enuiiii! election subject to the action of the Democratic party of the City or nryan. BRYAN. TEXAS. JAN. IS. 1W7 OIL MILL BEGINS OPERATION. After about two years without an oil mill. Iiryan is a;ain aMe to pride herself on an up-to-date new oil mill plant of fifty tons capacity completed ami ready for ot,H:ration. The mill will U-Rm operation to day with a koihI stock of seed on hand insuring a successful run the remainder of the season. The plant has previously Ixx-n written up in the Kanle, and it will be more profitable and interesting to state a test of the machinery has realized every expectation of the management as to the conven ience, utility and capacity of the plant. The mill will start today for the first making of oil and other products. The operation of the mill will not only give employment to labor and benefit the cotton and seed market, but will give the consumer the bene fit of cheaper hulls and meal. Hulls will be placed on s.i'.o at $,5.50 lH ton. I As stated heretofore, the plant has been built and will le operated under the management of Mr. D. I). Cash, vice-president and man ager. Mr. C. M. Merchant, late of Houston is cashier, and Mr. C. II . Gardner, late of llearne, superin tendent. The Uryan Cotton Oil Company is capitalized at $100,000.00 with the following stockholders: P. S. (irogaa of Hearne, president; 15. I). Cash of Hryan, vice-president and manager; R. C. Allen of Hearne, secretary rnd treasurer; W. P. Fer guson. C. H. Hostrasser, Chas. Kearney, Moiris Cohen, all of Hearne; F.. II. Astin of Mumford; J. J. CulU-rtson of Paris. NOTICE TO CITV TAXPAYERS. v ..: I. ..1. .. .1,4, itn nn.t after ,IKlir n iinrt'y nt" '"' .... Feb. I, no poll tax payments can be made for tlie current ear; 10 ner cent delinijuent tee le added to all unpaid property taxe alter that date, and the delinquent ta lit will be promptly made up lor pub lication. Frank Clarke, 46 City Secretary. NO MORE LEAKY ROOFS. If vouuse I. II. Stocker's Metal Elastic fire n.l ,tn nriHit cement eaint. We will be here lor one week painting and repair ing roofs. Why dun t you nave ,yuui leaky tin and shingle roots painted and re paned. Phone me at I hi. - I - 1: ....... a .! . mv ftaintdiMi (if tin- S.ailic-., ll'ntr dernear from Ed Kiam's Hig White Sale. 11.:-... 1.... an. I .tihrf.id.rv trimmed W.11111V tm ''" - carmentx of all kinds from 2 cents up t . 1 .!. .Mrs. .Mary i.awre.ice. u.".. SUCCUMBS TO INJURIES. Professor J. E. Greer Oies as Result of Runaway Accident. Waco Jan. 1 1 Professor J. K. Orei r. principal of one of the ward Fciioois .ttnl oil'' (t he best known oil- ' .icatots In Tov.o tic I n ix also one of . the proprb-tots of the Lancaster Mill- I tary 'net itut :le 1 Sunday tiltlit 11 ' the i".ult of IrtjurieH received in a ritnnway. Ills (i:.t:hter. Miss Lillian. was Ir.J'i'ed at the s;itne time. ! Four Fatalitiea. Clinton. Ind , Jan. H Joe Jonrph Edward Wolf. John Herman and Peter J.Utvlsh. miners cf mine No. 7 of thW city, were killed In a gas explosion. Actress Passe Away. Comfort. Tex, Jan. It Miss Ro'ii Prudhoiump of the "Halien In Toy land" company, died here. . C. I. Copying and Stenographic Work Sat slaction Guaranteed Office: Brazos Valley Marble and Granite Works ATTENTION KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Regular rtieetinc tonight. Installation of ofheers. K. (i. I AIIOS, s. . v . A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL EM MEL & MAL0NEY PROGRESSIVE DRUGGISTS To all our customers and friends we wish you 365 days of happiness and prosperity. THERE arc many good reasons for Special Sales, but it is only necessary for us to mention two for this sale: 1 We do not want to carry over any winter oods. 2 We need the money that would be tied up in "carry-overs." We'd rather sell them at cost and under cost than to carry over, and for the next Beginning Saturday, January 12th aud Closing Saturday, January 19th Arc willing to ive you the money that would be our profit if you can use the Oods, and you can, for winter is not half over yet the worst weather is yet to come, so "&et busy" and ct your share of the money we are offering to save you HERE'S TilE BflV WE Will SAVE IT E0I! V01I: 7 DAYS UNDERWEAR 20 to 30 per cent off Regular Price. ( ! hur.j H.;. .ci i e n t t' 'tl Mrt. cut t'i S0.75 CRAVENETTE COATS AND MACKINTOSHES :.V v M ;u k ::'.tu-!n.- i.ut t. ( .i t . u li.ti. ictwi .tr, 1 .i ' r-1 1 : t . :i :l!l'l M.Klsitil. r.t t. $0.30 . v Cr.ivi v.. t'.c ,.i'.it-i cut to a:: -a ; r v v tit Pi- rr..ic: tvesr i.'ittt. ii.-n t I.-, t- All woo! Overshirts cut 30 per cent. S0.50 1.05 1.40 2.10 S2.50 3.50 5.50 7.50 MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES ;.i.D t ): I- t. '.tt !" ',." ' ''- . "--ii ts t' All si.v i-ttt A!! .i n Vui Kill S'.ii .- titt to All :.5'i Viv-i Kill Sin.-; cut to S1.25 1.60 1.85 All NEGLIGEE SHIRTS 15 to 50 per cent off. less :i kt Cfttt. Up.o l.'t Cotirtfs Sh.H.., wire J 1.5. cut to All lilit I'.it'.crits cut i s t r ccr.t. j a'.'crns cut -i) per cent. Alxiiit io t!"ct tl.uk juttcriK dtily, with i! c t a c li t il ctilTs, worth ft, choi. c All .lark $0.50 MEN'S and BOYS' HATS One lot Men's I .Lick Columl.i.i Qfi LEL Hats, were 1 1. x). cut to tPUUJ Job lot odils ami ctnls loss 50 icr cent. All 1 1.50 Hats cut to 1 1 5 All iz.co Hats cut 1 1 160 All $3.00 Hats cut to MEN'S FANCY and WHITE VESTS All 1. 50 Vests cut to 20 All f;.oo ts cut to 160 All so Vests cut to J 95 All Vests from S.voo up less 75 jcr ct. discount. SWEATERS All Sweaters cut 25 per cent. $l.oo Swcatcis cut to 1.50 Sweaters cut to 115 2.50 Sweaters cut to 3.00 Sweaters cut to 5 S0.75 0.85 All Bootees less 20 per cent Discount One lot Congress Shoes, were S1.50, cut to. . . , NECKWEAR All 75c and Si.t'o Ties cut to (1 d' w:i M- Ties cut to Io ducll suC Ties CUt to 12 doen 0 Shield Hows cut to All jsc Hat wings cut to $0.50 0.35 0.25 0.15 0.15 Otn;nsyss:''-''',f"' .wkwi'"'"' winimnnrinnnmi 1 1 si'ixaeg All I'lanntlette Ni;ht KoU-s and I'ajamas cut J5 lr cent. All Suit Cases cut 20 prCt. All Men's and Hoys' Caps cut 25 per cent. All Leather Bags cut 25 per cent. All heavy work and lined Gloves cut 20 per cent. All 50c Fancy Hosiery cut to 35 cent?. All 25c Fancy Hosiery cut to 20 cents All Umbrellas cut 26 prCt. Big cuts on "odds and ends," in Mufflers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Garters, Jewelry, and other Notions. See that you get your share ot these Bargains, and don't delay. The more you buy 'he more you'll save. BRING THE CASH jil yl III a 0 PRJflTU nn MEN'S FURNISHERS