Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 142, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 20, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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Mosquitos are POISOM!
'VJl I Frame J 3-
PIXIE Itor Frame? bfst on Earth S 2 T0
CLIMAX Frames 1 2
Ths FnaN tt either Iron or wooden bad atearta. i alao Mil pUla
Dxwialto ban wllbout tramea.
BURT MORWOOD -X- Bryan
i i Pdbo
by Home of imr tonic yon can pass through the change from win-
ter to spring without trouble ami be In (rood shape for summer
Ibuensof j?ood.SPniN(l MKDICINKS for man woman andchild
in thin stock. All the old standi nro lore try our own Sar-
snparilla I.lver U')julatoraiid Cholera Mixture for bow. 11 trouble.
We ai'II T.-rvthlnir
la Irug Lino
M. H. JAMES & COMPANY
I THE EQUITABLE
2? LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ATjj a J3 "Its policy is as good as gold".
R Te DOYLE Bry on -Texas.
Unc of the two companies in the world of which
it has been truthfully said 0 a a
Tlie New Century
1 la brought many things of usefulness to the human race but none
of moie importance or benefit to man trnn the "MARVELOUS '
CAKKIZO SPRINGS MINERAL WATER which ir now on
na e in Uryan ly all upto.Iatc dealers. This natural mineral water
ha a national reputation for the positive cure o Chronic Consti-
pation "that root of human ills" Indigestion Dispepsia Catarrh
.of the Stomach and Kidney Troubles. A single wine glassful
will convince ou of its curative powers. Ask for sample bottle
and testimonial free. Carbonated Carrizo Splits at all fust-class
bars. A bottle a dose DOES THE WORK. di 5S
E. 15. Lomax will order this water for anyone who wish it.
Arrival of fabrics within
the past few days has
our stock of
SUITINGS OVERCOATS TROUSERINGS.
The display is very rorrplete embracing all
tli npv deaiens and colorinirs. These will be
hirinir tho rominir season.
JOHN WITTMAN The Tailor-
ti i rv it i iv si k a t i i ! t 'l n i r a
. j ki a v v i r is -i i vi n r i i"
ENTOMBED IN A MINE
Three ' Hundred Men Caught With
Xo Hope of Escaping.
ONE BODY RESCUED
U Was aa I'arccacalialiU Mass m
llesk-Tae Caase f ta Disaster
Was aa Explmtlaa la tb
Xlas Clcslar the Xsath.
Knoirtlle. May 19. A spclst to ths
Eentlofl says la tb KraterlU awl
Thistle coI mines at Col Crek.
Tena.. there was aa eiplosloa this
morning. About 300 men were work-
ing la the mine. Flames lmme!ltety
begau Usulng (rom the muutbs and
Geo. X. Camp superintendent of ths
Thistle mine gave out n official
sut-ment estimating ths number ot
deal men In both mines at t0. Nous
have been rearhed or reswl.
A Uter special to the Snttnel says:
Two rescuing parties start Into ths
ThUtle and Kraturvlll mlus en
trance as soon as ponnlble after the e-
plonlon. The ThU'le party was unabls
to make any headway whatever os
gas stllkd the men almost as s-ion a.
they entered the shaft. The Krater-
llle party went as far as the partlntj
ways Into the mine where -a h-avy
fall of slate was encountered. This cut
off further progress until the slite Is
IntenHe heat Indicates the mine on
Are. At 11 o'clock there was no I 'nK-r
any quegtloii but that the Thlittls
miners also suffered In the dUnter.
At 1:30 o'clock one man taken
from the mouth of (he Kr.it-rvill
mine. Me was an tareiognljlil" mass
JAMES & CASTLES
IF YOU WANT TO" SELL that
farm or tho Gty Lots you
are hereby notified that we would
be pleased to have them on our
list as early as possible in order to
have them well advertised before
The great success we had last
season and the enormous amcut of
advertising and rustling we are
doing at present is conclusive evi-
dence that wcarefgoing to do the
largest business ever done in Cen-
tral Texas this season.
If ;youeIwilling to selljyour
land at reasonable figures call at our
otlce at your earliest convenience.
Otlice over J. A Myers' store
MOTTO FOR 1902.
Houston Mexas Central
It taptV'' best Section
EVERY CITY OF IfORTflfiCE
8a IOo la uup for a oopjoCthoatbera Pria.-Rl!tCookrBook ccitliln": KOKaospu
S. F. U. MORSE .T. J. ANDERSON M. L. ROHIUNS
Vtm. Tnt. Mgr. Ant. Cm. rue. At. Cea. Psa. tt Tkt. Agt.
r u h n i it u it 12 a" r i
NEW CUBAN GOVERNMENT
t'olll NialM OlSctaU Taralac O.vr III
Affair I'rcaiiUal laliaa.
Havana. May 19. Oovernor GeneraJ
W'mxl and the other American officer
had a busy Sunday. leaning up oddi
and ends. In addition to tho man)
other social demands upon him. Gov
rnor Wood Sunday took breakfast al
the Jopton. win-re the directors ol
the Jallal association presented to hire
a maKiiincent silver service and tc
Mrs. Wood a diamond ornament. At
6 o'clock In the evening the roercahnti
of Havana repaired to the palaca In a
bo!y to bid the governor general far
well. The cabinet presented to Gen
eral Wood a gold watch suitably In
scribed nnd the ladles of Havana gav'
Mrs. Wood a silver service. Later In
the evening a dinner was given by the
commercial bodies of tho c'.ty Id houui
of the governor general.
The I'nlted States coat of arms ha
been removed fro;n the front porta!
of the ciiRtom house and the t'tibar
mat of arms mil.stltuted. ANive It re
mains an old Spanish cnwn. whb'h
was not removed when the Spanish
mat of arms was taken dow n.
'resident I'altna and bis cabinet vis-
ited the senate chamber In the to-cond
pat.ice on Sunday where he Introduced
the ministers to a committee of sena
tors. The senators then withdrew. At
One end of the council table wa placed
a large black chair. President Talma
rat at the other end. haying that the
empty chair was reserved In honor ol
the dead heroes one belnK I'atlot Jose
Maseo. The cabinet session was se
Mrs. Worxt and her children will
leave May 20 for Spain where they
will spend tho summer. General Wood
will Join them there after reporting to
Washington when he will be allowed
six months leave.
The collection of receipts under ths
American regime closed Saturday
night. KM 1 1 rcjorts are not In from
many srt of the island but the In
dlcatlons coming are that Genera:
Wood will leave In the treasury about
lino ftoo. This Is less than the amount
tt waa estimated a few days ago would
ha turned over tohe new government
h nhortaite being due to the rush ID
the payment of warrants last week.
aatlBal aaamt lo 1U la favor mt Com
llaalna I ha War.
London. May 19. A dispatch to ths
Tim. from Pretoria savs about 1C1
Doer leaders are assembled at Verelng
log and that their demeanor leads on
to suppose they will vote In favor ol
m continuation of hostilities but ths
fact that the. rotlng Is by ballot may
turn the balance to the side of peace
Whatever the direct renult of the con
frtir mav hn. aavs the correspond
nt the end of the war Is not distant
haw-anse the conference will l)roliabl)
be followed by numerous surrender
In varlims directions enabling larg
bodies of Nrltlnh triKs to be poured
Into the resisting umtrKis.
II. E. SIHMON'S
Shave - 15c
Hair cut - 25c
Shampoo - 25c
I Imve determined t- re-es-tablish
the above obi popular
prices for the benefit of the pub-
lic ami ask one ami all to h
Three tlrst-clasH barbers J. J
V. I'.-t ler. barlle ltlt.es ami
myself. 1'olite attention no
l'lck'ftut tub and shower baths
Poreiduin tubs. Five bath
for $l.on. Your to Please.
H. E. Simmons.
Cheapest Line !
Best Values !
I will Bill you enough Wall
paper including border for II.
It knocks out the sample book
South half of block near Allen
Academy. Price ;5o.
About one and one-quarter acre
near hchoolhn use in southeast part
of town. Small new eottape tenant
h"os and well on premise. 1 rice
Hi r.miii hoiiHH and one lot of
round on west able of town. Price
Six room house and two lot of
round located four block from
Main Street. Hnck clsteru on pre-
tntse. Price fl'.'oO.
The N. H. Cole home place. Two
and a half lot and ll room house-.
Place well improved. Price 11(5 O.uu.
One quarter block m ar Allen Aca-
ilemv. F.nst front. Price
75 feet front on Kallroad sleet out
of Otto Himhme's property. i
sell part or all.
The Kd Poclllla place; ioi aim
larire two-story residence. Price
Also other city property
An uptodate line of Furniture on hand at all times. Our
Undertaking department is complete; calls answered day
and night. Hearse and carriages furnished when desired
Ma Kighl Trr Vnlaalaara.
Washington. Mar 19. In an opinion
delivered by Justice Perkhsm the
TnllPil States sillireme court decided
the rase of Peter C. Demlng In that
ofllcer's favor. The case Involved ths
rlhl of courtmartlal compused en
tirfiv of officers of the regular army
in nana tinon a rale involvllIK the rights
of a volunteer officer. The effect of
fha nnlnlnn la thlti Hill h trial WIS II
Ural This will rive a number ot
volunteer officers new trials.
Dr H.wm All ClaH.
Paterson. K. J.. May 19 -Kvery dye
house In Paterson Is closed as the re-
sult of an order last week for a general
J. W. BATTS
Rtal Ettatt Agtnt.
Hit ta oflloa th only of sbatraoi
books Of Brawl county land tttia.
Respectfully imitcs'the ladies to c.ill'and
see her new line of
Tuit recehed and now displayed all the lateM .and ptettiest Jdc-
5!LH AND LAWN SHIRT WAISTS
made in the latest and most fashionable design. Hlack Taftrta
and Chiffon ak-rt from $5.00 to $50110. I am well fitted up at
my house conner of Washington and llurleson streets.
loTOpposite Iliiptist Church.
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n.ncsts what you cat.
This preparation contains all of the
diKcstant and diijesu all kinds of
food. It Kite Instant relief and never
falls to cure. It allows you 10 eat am
.hfwl vonwant. The most sensitive
stomachs tan take It. Hy luu many
thousands or ayspcpiic n" uwu
cured afterevcrythiDU els fallw;
..ll...l fr t tin klotll.ich. Clllla-
tea with weak Btomaclis thrive on it-
Cures all stomach troubles
T.par.sl only hy E.'. rW'";'l V'!'':'1f
i()0i) KEFUWEKATEO MEATS
Heef. Pork. Mutton and alt kinds of
market products In any quantity at
reasonable nrtces. I will buy only
the bent animals and employ expert
meat cutters. A portion or your
patronage will be appreciated.
JOHN W. HICKS. Prop.
Henderson & Hall
Buy bell or Exchange Peal Estate
siiik-ht ..r;.V. 1.. commission a 0
O'Vl DI III HIV . .
...sine . much ptoperty with th e
iln.'nn t. Will
1 ii-nW List our:ft "
The Best on Earth.
Eupion is sold by the following dealers:
The Hryau Orocery Co; Edife. Bros; Banders Ilros.'&'Co
Cole Bros; Tin. W. Hlirk-s; Oeo. W. Hl-s; I). CJ
Zuber; Kernola Bfoa; Jno. M. Iswrence k
Co; Haunders A Johnson; Dansby A
Dansbv; Howell Brothers.
v . .us w. . l-t . Ui --- LaVsv
'like Apples of Gold in Pictures of Silver."
IV1TIIK-SUMPTPOP8 BI PPLY Of IRREPflOACIIABLENEW
" tulpmeot rs)uU procurwl by IS.
(I nitr national
Uaklst Itta. foramoatlr-'ad for lumrlou. tran.H fa.-imiN DI r;ooon.ctloo .da.s
""" " 1 uli tor aU poiDU oo mala Una batwaea
LONGVIEW LAREDO AUSTIN SAN ANTONIO
The route you are looking for to ST. LOUIS MEMPHIS and objec-
tive points North and East with
'.Palatial Through Gars
iNDlf all to tha protraaam aptriu of tba a(t. AU Saalrao
(.arttouiar oordiaily bt
D. C. DEMARET. Ticket Agent Bryan.
i ramp D.ZJ. PRICE
tea Vlos."taal4ast tas Oaa. Bspt
OaaarsTJ'saaaBiar asS Tlektrjatsa
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