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Celebrate Golden Wedding.
IHrvati K.i u l.-t BRH1EYJHEIIBLY. Agonizing Scene Described by an Eye-Witnea. FOURTEEN KNOWN DEAD. Street Filled With Won-en, Their Shriek With the Moan of the Injured, and Lightning Reveal Wreckage. Weakley. Ark. March !. Ii.ldenta f Briakly, which wan devastated by a torniulo Monday lifq'it. Iiavc ar rived her. nrlnkley I. an over 3. Duo Inhabitant, j and the reftis-es gay that tlx entire I bualnes section was demolished by the storm and probably so per cent ot j the tcsldence were razed to the th.. ' hi, ground or rendered unhabitable tj.V.r ..-I.... a....... a . i 7tt:.-i uaaiiin iia; ii iivrti aac M IV irene, but all wire communication I i a. .......I l . ui.ikt T. M. Klmmell, a railroad operator 1 I Ct itlte at Hrliiklcy. one of the first In n-ach Weakley In summon aid for !- J vastated town. giaphli ally d--si r i I a , tin- sci-tien ilnni-dia'cly follow in ill" passing of tin- slot in. Together !', Several . output .?nm Kiti.tiicll ;:i the li'irk Inland lallway i t when, the stotm hiniik. Ah tf it wen- a toy' the substantial structure was twlst.-.lj nd broken, occupants being ca'i-l.l j among the laliiht timbers ntnl bruised. J but otherw 1st- imliiut Kxtric atliu thcin.vUes ufii i iu'.f an hour's effort 1 they f niiitl tin- town In il ul.i.es- an I I HreetH filled with terrors' i it Uen wnn ', rn. their idiriek mingling with the, tnoaiiH of the Injured Intermittent ' flaHhi-H of lightning revealed wreck- age everywhere, portions of bulldllig-t ; standing heie and agaiu only a taught! , inasH of ih-brU. -Mr. and II m. John liwk -f Km- leli, (eli'hrhlet; their gold, tl WelMillg Va-st.-i hj, Miilch 7lh. A (-peal.il mi llion wu.s pie.ti la-il ill the (.it::, nil Kvaiigelixt church an. I our Ha-v. K.'i.-ixky surpassed all lot hut sermon- In the hidendid discourse t.l j 1 hour. Afier t li sermon about Tenor-StrieHen ! f' riy of (l,i i; en. of the i.g.-d cou- Mingling I pie went to their liotue and enjoved a -ph-idid Imu'non wltli tliem. Mr. I.iiei K I "2 an, I .Mrs. Luce k I "I yearn of ae Ibith were born In Ccrtuany, but have been here In I.ih.os (oiiuliy for the past IS yearn We all wish they may celebrate their diamond wedding toK'ther with lis. PHILIP KM M.Kit. Kurten. Texan. ; The Kaale would like to add 1(8 i congi ambition mid bct wished furl venerable and happy their last ilavs b I a f u 1 . mid luay radiant their nearer and n K.i i hei land" uhova old COUple. pleasant and life's s.-'ting nun pathway a they .Hi t til the great (:! tiection Ord'rjnc !! It otdaiiH ! by Ci cf tli ' City of ::y all : That an elei im, lei i' til Will M.lt'-dl.tl. Sill .!! .Illl tl-.Vee ni' ililii-t s of tin" Ci'y Count il. t-h.ill bi hill by tin- quality.! n'e!.i tf f.ti'i City, at the County Court Uou-e i;i l!rv;ti i the Ills! le--sl.iv in April next, it being tb. civil; ,l.i of s;,H liiollth; ;yul tie- pr.-sMii.g olai it. It KetluT with nub oilers us he may appoint, shall bold hald election i: areoi ilallt e with the City Clialt-r and I Ordinal! !- and the S'ate Law pivei n Ah Klmiiiell and his companion tore their way thr'Mli;ll the titreetH they Id. -ut if led two of the dead ant stumbled over other who were In jured. Huddled about the ruin of their honied families were standing In group clinging together in terror, while here and there nearchers worn .roping about in quest of missing member of their households. A the parly atarted to leave ltrlnk ley Intending to walk to Weakley, the nearest town, the added horror of fire appeared When two mile from Itrlnkley Klmmell and party were forced to retrace their atp becainte of the gale. A they returned the fire had gained headway and fanned by a stiff wind wa Kpreading. but prompt work of cltlens suppreanod thn conflagration. Hoarding an engine Klmmell and hhj companions. J. M. Wojtanskl. Richard, a lineman, and Conductor Gale, made a quick run to Weakley. At 11 o'clock Tuesday the list nt dead wa placttl at ten white and four negro.-s. as follow: Porter Koote. Mr. Ilelle Danlen. ( I.. Sterrett, traveling shoe ales man. Jlenry Ktnvall. Jr. Mr. Philliim OharleK Kteu.e. Miss Clara Hose. Mr. IImmI Mrn. .axd V'tiiib nilfied man. Kuiir tu-groea Twenty pH)le wer. Injutivl A muss meeting of clti. en wa held at Hrinkley and a telegram sent to governor lionagh y at I. lute Hot k. urcing Mm to l".titikl-' to take than; of the mtiiation Th-- governor re plied he would leave '.or the ."ene at once llecause of wire denioraHatlm a Potion It-It i assenger train null not be hunted M. unlay night and a r 1 rt wan sent net iiat It bad b'-e:i blown froti, the tt i Ks near Hhiic.imih. Th-1 nfliclaU of i i.lio.nl a' M vnphis wne l that the tiaiti was safe hum mihup. WORSE AND WORSE. Memphi Advice Put Death Lost at Brinkley at Over Thirty Five. M-tuphis. Match : - A dispatch from lltinkley direct na fifteen whlta pj-ojile. and more than tw. c.ty negroes were kllb'd in Monday night's vcbilie. rtelweeii (ifty and one hutidred people are more or lens aerlously Injuieil Re lief worker have found bodies of many negroes under the wreikuge. II. i; elei tioiis. Adopted by tl.e CI' approved by tie- Man: of .March. 1 IMI'.t. J. T. .M.M.ONKY .1. It. MINKS. City Set y. Count il and Vis the tib d.iv Maytir. Ltuvts CwnrtJUS NOTE. Tea Man Suicid a iVother Did, by Swallowing Strychnine. New Orleana. March 'J "Thanking you for your trouble I ren.aln very truly your. Charles A. Vandervimrt. !722 Postoffbe Ave.. Calveston. Tex as." This was the way Vandenroort brought ii a close the note he wrote before committing suicide by taking atrychnlne In a lodging house here Beyond stating that hi mother had died In the same way. he signified tin cause for hi act l '-mm' , .y 0m, ? MILLINERY OPjmiMG Thmsdky Ehrtik 11th II M) II Another Record Deal. Ttila. f)k!a.. March 9. Another record break'ng oil l ind d"al ha been completed here The Holland nyndl rate accumulated holding In thu fJletin Poul field amounting to $J.V. (ml. It took over the Keese Oil com puny and K.insa Oklahoma Oil company. HEAVIEST OP WINTER. Snow Fall Over Sunflower State Due ing Tuetday. Toiwk. Kau.. March 9 Th heaviest snowstorm of the winter pre vailed here Tuesday and wa general over the state. Trains were from one to two hours late. The temperature wa alMiut freezing. The mow Is wet ,nd heavy, ami In Topeka sufficiently eavy to tie up street car traffic. A telegram from DesMoiues stated that all Iowa awoke Tuesday rooming to find one of the sewereat snow storm of the Reason In progres. Snow began falling In the central portion of Iowa ahortly after midnight and d ace nded fast for several hour. The wind was not strong and the ther mometer wa above ero. Train moved with difficulty and treet car ntoriiilttntly. Four Inch Snow at Enid. Enid. Okla . March 9 The heaviest anowfall in the memory of early set tlora plavd a four Inch mantle over this vicinity Tueaday morning. Wh!l It checks cotton ground plowing, much having been In progress the snow li of Incalculable benefit to spring wheat The downfall was accompanied hy a terrific wind, reaching tornado ve Joclty. There wa a sever drop In the temperature. Switch Signal Inventor Killed. .. Masslllnn. ).. March 9. Thomi purhanan. a awlteh signal Invta'or. as killed bv a train. The Assassins. Tin Assassins were a religious and military order who came Into elst enee durlt's the eleventh century tr. Persia and who devoted tliemsa Ives to the les!nieioi rfler sleulthr approach nf nil who eppi.setl t In- Moslem faith In any way. The crus.-nb-rs met wit li a braneh ot these j .-rn t ra-alut in Syria. atnl t i itit of the warriors of the cross were si.-ti!) relentlessly and wlrli f'.VKlerioils si!iN!e!i".e.ss ill consequence The Tartars et, niiiiintis) the Persian .ssi si;iv i l.-;,.;. a.'nl fnurteen j-ear 1 Her tile Syrian band of murderers ".is wijie.l nut by an 'Kgrpttan ruler I'm t!'.- I;.- tli. v i mre remain ts a ib-li'i;t.ei of d'einl STOMACH AGONr. Abolish the Cause, and Misery and Distress of Indigett on will Vanish. Can induesiyn ! cured? Ilundred of thousands of people who suffer fmt: bethil:g ot gas; biliousness cotir stomach, fulness, nausea, short ness of breath . bad taste In mouth, foul biciith, nervousness and other dis tressing symptom, are a-king them elves that question dally. And if these same doubting tlysM-p-tics could only read the thousand of sincere letter from ieople w ho' once suffered as badly a they do now, but who have been quickly and perma nently cured by the use of .Mi-o-ua. the mighty dyspepsia remedy that cures by removing the causa-, they would go to K. J. Jeiikin this very day and get a large box of Mi-o-na tab lets, and start themselve on the right road to health an once. The price of Mi-o-na tablejg is only ."0 cents, and Jenkins Ruarantees them to tore Indigi-stiOn or money back. f Thin or letii njjy seiaw ney people will And in MY., H maker of flesh and bl, h, I. betause n ranges the (tto mach to a-vtrat t more nutrition mat ter from the food, which quickly fix riches the blood. IU1 CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA, Ioochitii, Ooup, Cough and CoUs or miwcy ba:L SoIJ and guaxantceJ by E.' J. JENKINS. me tane Dieasiife in announcing" our Spring Opening on above day. We will have for your inspection the latest styles in millinery, Imported models, Pari sian Patterns designed by celebrated ar tists. Beautiful line of tailored hats as well as creations of our own work room. are Most Cwfdially Invited to be Present Fire Company Election. Ai a nie-tlng of Protection En Klne Company No. 1 on Monday night. oHlcers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: J. W. Hamil ton, chief. A. 11. Sandifer, foreman: Wade Cox. assistant foreman; K. J. Ettle. president; J. J. Ray, vice pres ident; C. E. Jenkins, aa-cretary; W. S. Howell, treasurer, and li. C. Cal houn, driver. Chief Hamilton wa -bcted a del egate to the State Firemen s Asso ciation, and A H Saiidiffr alternate. Cup on Exhibition. The cup won by the Allen Academy basncthatl team In Houston last Sat urday has been reccivad ben- and is now on exhibit io't in Haswella show window. It Is an a-legant silver loving cup. gold lined and engraved as follows: "Itasketbcll Champion, ship won by Allen Academy. Com pliments of C. U and Tlo-o. Herring Jr . Houston. Texa." On the other sbia- of the cup will be engraved the ti.unes cf the wintdng team E. ROHDE Handles nothing but the very bt in ' W i nes Liquor and Cigars Extra fine whiskies for family and medicinal purposes. Your patronig appreciated. ' ' I.. ROHDtV I You i pen Until 10 p- m- fM$ A. J. HMD y M. H. JAiVlIS The leading IXfetfekrut Pipes, Cigars, Candies, Razors, Station ery, Etc. i i i nn in V Stevenson lachine Repair Works . . gasoline Engines PHONE NO. 7 : BRYAN, TEXAS MILLER'S J Nar H. A T, C. Ctpot. $5.00 A WEEK Only Fed Cattle Butchered. The meats we oiler are unexcelled. (n quality and K-nJerneis. Prompt .Service and cuurteuu trear'tnent. BUCHANATl & CLOUD v., ciWekhuy, MjJfaiiJ ihip cattle.