Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 234, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 6, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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Good home LilIcJ meat beat re
frigerated stuff "all holler.
There's plenty of choice meat
right here to supply this market
with good nicely flavored steak
without buy.ng that which haa
been kept on ice until it ha no
Who would live in a garden full
of nice fruits and vegetables and
buy canned goods to eat? ? ? ? ?
We daughter good beeves dress
them nicely and serve our custo-
mers something choice. Won't
you give us a trial ???????
jj call for coupon
W. C. FOUNTAIN
CRHWN HNl) RR10GF WWiL..
"Ottut up tulrt over Hjft Nni.
N-H door cast City N.UIoml flank.
UIREE FIRST-CLASS WOIIKMEN. IIOTanl
Yonr patron itfs'ls solicited.
SIMMONS & 6EUE Props'
EUI SHAVING PARLOR
11. B. DOIlSE Prop.
First-class Hotjitnd Lld
Sho w e r ami Vapor
Ei.pion is sold by the .'ollowing dialers:
The Bryan Grocery O; Kdgw Hroa; Sanders Hm. A Co;
Cole IlrosjThos. W. His;(leo. V. HUv's; ClarX-
Fountain; (x A. IMoni ; Jno. M. Lawrence A
Co; W. K. haunters; Pansby A.
Iiansby; llowll Brothers.
J. H. Mawhiuneyi
ilnu r ML t
cjii'id.ilo is pit-
p.ircd to pl.uv..
in fur i-vi rybuJy using tlu- KM g.is ctu r.itor .in J tiiu-'-t .i-n-Inrs
.it tliL rii;lit priio. I Live liini call and cypl.iin tin. iin"iny
in using Aatyline (jas. I.r.iw orders .it .WCorind.ile's st.iMc
SP I:CIA L
Houston & Texas Central R.R.
September 5 1903
Special truiii l- avim; Mr. van at 4 p. in. at the tato of
$1.75 Houston and
Fine program has been arranged at (lalveston for Labor Day
ivlt'hratloti Monday Sept. tli. Com along and take a "Dip In
the Surf." Tickets jrood returning on any regular train from
Houston or (inlvealon up to and Including .Monday September 7.
Ara due to Indigestion. Ninetr-titna of mt
! one hundred people who have heart trouble
1 can remember when it iu elmple lodl(a
' lion. II U a scientific fact that til eaaea of
heart dlaeaje. not organic are not only
traceable to but are the direct result of Indi-
gestion. All food taken Into the stomach
which (alls of perfect digestion ferments and
swelia the stomach pulling It up agalnatthe
peart j nil imenorea wiin the action of
the heart and In the course of Urna thai
dalicate but vital organ becomes disease
Mr. O. KastxVs. of NmL. O ...: I ktd mm
trouble and tru la a twit Mat I hU asset Untie
nun. i took Rodoi DrspspMCia-e krttMlte
awaiaa aad M curad ne.
Kodol Dfeattt What Yoa Eat
and relieves the stomach of all oervota
strain and the heart of all pressure.
air. 11.00 Sbe hotline 3f Homo the WW
sua. whlcfe ssiis lor 50c
br . o. o.witt oo.. OHtOAOa
Sojd by Dr. N. M. MvDOUL'Ali)
A LAND BARGAIN
On account of bad health I olTer
for sale my farm and pasture land
two and one-half miles went of town
about Ave hundred acres under good
new five-wire fence. Three houses
! on place large barn eltflit hogsheds
I Forty aorea fenced luir proof. Have
I well and windmill and a creek runs
i through the place that never Roee
'dry. Three hundred acre pasture.
I two hundred acres of which Is well
net with llertnuda Brans. See mo for
i nrlcea nml terms. Will sell at a bar-
):ir I hi lul red lnal of hogs and a
hundred head of cattle for sale with
the place or the place for sale with-
out tlm h'K and cattle. 'SA-Vi
of nt:w vork-
Oldest and Strongest.
Write policies on allde-
A. D. McConnico Agt.
Ollice with Dr. J. L. Fountain.
HI. VAN. TEXAS.
I'liotie Jo. Notary PuMic.
The Best on Earth.
T R A I N
'TO TRY AGAIN."
nner of .Shamrock HI. .Says This
Is IJis Jlotto.
PilAISE FOR AMERICA
Sir Thomas Llptoa Says Maar Mre
Things of I'a and General Joe
Wheeler Says Maajr Mre
Things of Him.
New Yoik. Sept. J. Sir Thomaa Lip-
ton wua the gueat of honor of the Til-
(rims of America at a dinner (Iven
In tils honor Friday night at the Wul-dorf-AtrU.
Nearly 100 m -n jironil-
nent In many walk of life were pres-
ent. At either en J of the hall was
hung Sir Thomaa' private emblem.
shamrock on a field of yellow aur-
rounded by a green border w hll above
the guests' table were draped the flags'
of Great Itrltaln and the fnlted State.. '
Surrounding the menu cnrla which
wiv ns udas ui mr oiuiiiiii ana tnc
royal flslur Yacht club was a card i whn- 11 a matter of soma corn-
board yacht. I nnt that there are only about 2)
In order to enliven affairs somewhitt ' marine with the Kure-pean squadron
at the outset the g-uestt sang little! but ho the Kavaw.-a already In
aonc to the refrain of "Mr. IXwIey." h aervlce of the legation and with
which told of the virtues of Sir Thomas h Turkish guards assigned lo Minis-
nd his enduring efforts to lift the cup. I lr 1-elchnmn will It Is believed prove
There had ten arranged no foimal ! ufflclent for any emergency likHy to
.ee hes but the following were called ' arise.
on: George T. Wllsnn. Sir Thomas OftUials of the stute department
Upton General Joseph Wheeler Gen- commenting upon the Item from I'arls.
eral H. C. Corbln. Colonel llenrv Wat. saying that ships of foreign poaers
terson. former governor. '. S. Thoimi
of o'loruilo and Senator A. K. Hates j ed that the l'nltel States was now
When the Ices were served a pro- "ending ships to Turkish wnters. 1.e
cession of w niters mart he l Into a pop. term "Turkish waters" dies not mean
ular air beiirlng tras crowned ih Constantinople th.-y say. and while ih
gilded harps full rlggej models of He- whole eastern ortloii of the Me.llter-
I lance and Shamrnvk. Iter worueri renean mlKht te covrtv'd with arshlp.
becin to appear in the ttoxe. among It was possible that none of thrm
them bolng the Countess of Hhafter- j would forc. the Iarl.nell-s
bury anil many other women ho have
been Mr Thomas' guents on bord th
Mr. Wilson addressing Sir Thomaa.
said that his HttituJe ha 1 struck l
responsive hord In every heart. "A
a loser." he sail "you are a corker.
Tou Mill ever have the admiration
love an I regard of all Atii'-rl. ans."
Sir Thomas was given many hearty
rounds of cheers when he urose. II
said: "We are all ino.e or less p i-
grims here toiilutit and 1 would Ilk'-
to feel thtit I am not a strnn;i-r nnmr-.g
you. Many of my best Atn-rl un
fri.-ii.lx re pilKrlms and I regard It as
a great honor to be )our KU 'nt. I
' As regards the inn races we have
been beaten fairly and sojaiely and 1
Anieika on having the
wisn ro take occasu n
here to express my thanks for the oour- I
tesy and klndnss shown me by the
New York Yacht club. Kverythlng has
been done that could he done to mak)
my visit here a pl-Mstnt one. I am es.
pe Lilly grateful f;r adnilrat.le wny
In which the course was kept dear.
'I have heard 'mil h omment fr
and :gilnst the Sandy Hook course. Ill
Is us good a course as uny other; nay.
there a no other out in the world
i am negirinii g to trunk there Is i
some magi' spell about that 'blooming!
old cup.' Two years ngi I had it al
most within my g.a.p. but It escaped torfl.ntt Claim the Turk. Offered No
nie then as It has rsr.ipel tne now I .
and It seems as far ff as ev-r. It re- I R.s.stance Whatever.
mind me of the story i f the r.iptiln I Sofia. Sept. 6. Colonel J.mkofT. in-
who was a;-ke If he could p'av a fid-1 eurgeiil leader with thre lieutenants
die 1 on'l kr:o' sai l he. I've never f the ServUn ariny. at the head of 4u0
has alwny. ben Try. try again.' frontier on Monday evening and paased
"Although I b.iv Im-sh witliout sue- thiough Turkish posts unopinised.
esa ach time 1 have trbd and I don't t General JConuhleff. pr.-ident of th
despair that some time I will succeed .... ... ...
in . i.f..n. . u . i M.ice.lonla commltti'o. In the disguise
in iHpiuring tn.it f;inous trophy si-
though I must confess that we appear ' p "''"'er aUo i rnssed the fron-
now to be more than a little bit astern j "''r
"Herteshoff is the greatest designer I l'ull'iln Stoyanoff'. Ind captured fif-
of the age but a01 t vpry hopeful tT Turkish sobllere at Itakovltta. about
that I shall see that i up nn the other n''een mile soutlietist of Soda Aug. SI.
sl l yet." took their arm anil ammunition and
General Wheeler In sn a ldre.1 pHM eeiled to Melnlshko.
said in p.nt "Kor months Sir Thomas I A dlsp.it h from 1:11a. forty mile.
nas ne.-n fie most .mln. tit and con-
Spictious lll.llv I In al n Hi. f ee of t
globe. The i aMuni searchlight has
been on him ev-iy moment and when
he returns to our mother countty he
will b- wel.iMnel n on ho in the
eyes of the Moil I. eirtated t tl e
stand ii I of Anglo-Saxon manhood nnd
ne win i.iriy tih nil n.
ITeaSlllg .le a.
Allien ail people."
n of the
SPORTING WRITER CONE.
-Macon- McCoemick Pattt Away at
Bath Bsach of Bnght's Disease.
N-w Yoik Sept. -jlul M..
'ntini.k iM. m poi!ig ner..i
lit Path il-a h of : KA i
was Loin c i.ati n ivlT. I'or
tellr .rs be Was . .ie te Willi
the i ... i ii ti a i i i:ii.u .r and while nn
th" M iff of that paper 11 id llllli II tO .1)
In lnliiglMg out John I.. Sullivan.
Afler be had rel. f '.e
ti spaper lire he In . am. rr title J
wi ll tli. itn ii Woik
Rivsr Ed tor Passes Away.
I-oulsWIIe. s. pt. i-l-olonel
Thomas U H ill a veteran steamboat
Inan mi l one of the .. t kh.iwn rlv. e
editors In the miuih. do-d suddenly at
bis bom her.. 'ri ly momiug f i.et
failure. C.. ( W11 t..hl p
yi-ais of ii g... a i oifeeit. veteran.
end f ir y.ars h i I u in ihatg.. of t:
river loluil.n of tlie I...U1HMII.. post.
wdelphla 6. Huston. I. Second game-
Wsathsr Ssrvic Incrssssd. j I'hlla.lelpliia. 9. Huston n.
'hl. kasha. I. T. Sept 5.- The wealh- I At l'Htsliiilg riltsliuig. 3. Clin In-
er service recently established h-re by n;li
the bureau of ngrleulture win llugij
fiisis us man.iger I hit n serving t-n American League.
towns In the surrounding country wlm I A' Ietiolt - iMroll. II; t'leveland 1.
service dally. This serv Ice will b In-I At NVashlngtoii Washington. I;
creased t I u. 1 tide fortv-seven addl- w York 1.
........I . . ... . .. i
iiuiiai nm us lovering mis immeiiiate
Seven Hundred of Them.
Vienna Sept. 5 It I. stated her
that 7"0 Servian officer were concern.
d In the plot against the army con.
splralora who were rronlhl fur
the roup de'etat at llelgrade of June
10th last. The leader were Captuln.
resits and Salowlts.
American Consul at Pfirtil KoportcJ
Contincttl His People
WILL I.E PROTECTED.
The I'orte la Addltloa to Adrlslis;
Kmbasslea of Safeguards Tells
foreigners to He ware of
Wanhlngton. Sept. 5. Cheklb Hey.
TurkUh ml ulster tailed on Seiretary
Kay Friday to Inform him that he had
received from his foreign oftVe otTU'lal
advices lo the elte t that the Aineiicuti
consul at Il.lrut wu entlrvty satlstled
with the measures Turkey "had taken to
I protect life and property there uiid to
Investigate and art with revt to
the assault on Vlee t'onsul Magelaeen.
The poite.ln advising the foreign em
"'e and legation of the meaauree
Ins: aaalnst Ilulirarlan hand ta hA
might attempt to elude the Tuiklsh'
a mini inu aiiaca ina ioreignr. iron.
would te sont tw TurkUh waters star-
TWO CLOSE CALLS.
Negro Narorwly Escaped Legal Hang-
ing and Also a Lynching.
II ydton Vu . S-pt. 5. lo- ll.non.
negro. ho as senlemed to tie hang
ed lust Tuesday was reprieved th
night before until KM lay. lo allow
tlm- for examination f in-w .ldene
In his f.iMT. The pn paiatlons fr his
e xe. 'Utloti had leea (omp'ited nnl le-
I glous service were being hel l In his
cell before the nmnh to the Kiaffoll
telegram froin the governor
respiting him for thirty
days was re-
celve.l. When the sheriff uttempt'd
l.i.r ... . .l ... !.... i.. b ...
(. 1P waB opposed by a mob from
Chase fit -. who demanded the ptison-T
lie not temoveil. A poese wds sum-
moned In the Jail to protect the negro
and a i lash sceniej Imminent. Finally
Judge Holmes petsuad-d the loot) lo
allow the negro to be taken away
s hli'h u.i iliitiA l.e ftt.t-l 1 I... In
.. . ... K... u .
with Anderson Klmh.
They were t on-
un old lady at
Vlite-I of assault on
from Soda saya the date for the gen-
erall Insurrection ha. lir-en postponed.
Stevedores at Crescent City Have
Ceased Op rations.
New Orleans. Sept. 5 The stilke of
the stevedon. Is on and shipping I.
tied up. Ship agents have ordered all
work stopped. Tim Southern Pacific
says it will tiring In a lulili of strike
j Dallas Wins Seventh.
i rnllas. Sept. 5. The seventh Texas
league i hamploiohlp K line resulted:
Iinllas J; Waco 1. Johnson of ihe lo-
culs got two home runs.
At lili nilngham lllrmliighnm.
New i leans S.
At Montgomery Mont gome i y.
i At Nashville Utile Ito-k. 6. N.h
i llle. 2.
I At Atlanta l-'lrst game; A'linta 1
Memphis . S eou l game: Atlanti
i J; Memphis. J; seven Innings.
At New York Hist game; .'nV
Yoik. 7; Itiooklyn. 6. S" nn gain.-:
Itrooklvn. 7: New York. 2.
At Philadelphia Hist game' I'hll-
Washington. Sept. &. Thomas V. Mc.
Alllster. collector of customs at Vlcka-
burg. Misn. has reslgm-d. and Albert
U Pierce of Mississippi has been ap-
pointed to the vacancy. Mr. McAllis-
ter' resignation was entirely Voluntary
and It Is understood he will receive an
other appointment In the government
can be preserved by right living. Give nature the as.
aistance of the practiced pharmacist when it is needed
and you will find it economical as well as physically
and tren'ally beneficial. You will be unable to Hod
a better place to buy nUg9fk ffffffwr
and secure accurate Mt UJ&
preset iption work than our store. We keep every
thing in the u o t a i I Dtuq Lino
M. H. JAMES
C Shelburne & Co.Q
ruvi.Mri m.k ILIi At
JNO. A. MOORti
Fire and Accident..
Nuccessor to A. O McConoIcO
Twenty-live years experience lias etia-
Med this agency to secure an exception-
ally .tronjr line of rotnpaniea ami iu
nuking a share of tlm public patronage
we fe I that the record of the past I a
sure Kuarantoe fur tli future. Policies
written on Store HuiMlns and Stock.
Dwellings and Contents (Un House
aud Macliitiery etc. Your patrona"
will be appreciated. Telephone No. 12.
JOHN A. MOORE
PARSONS BOTTLING WORKS
C. (J. IWKSONS Proprietor 40 UllYAN TEXAS.
EnlarcHi Ridu.J snd K.0lPd lh
NEW AND UP - TO
l'UUE WHOLESOME AND HKJH (JKAI)E SODAWATEK
All Flavors Wholes: sod l(eHII.1n iuJ'r.g
Ginger Aie Cherry and Celery I'hosphate l'eppo-l'h.tte Itoot
Hcer Iron-Drew Selter aiul Mineral Waters.
Crows Cork Syaterw Hutehlnson ;! Cork-Siopriersd Oooas in plots iod;qart.
"I'tmosl clsanllosss and oniform qualltv of Hoods promH soil corrsot ssrrloe
to os srnl all. "
Keectully solicit the trade of Dryan and surrounding territory.
Ihe Dark Room Abolished.
The Kodak Developing Machine not only
develops film In daylight but does it better
than it U done in the dark-room. . . .
Exchange Agent at
to Nabore llros
Invite your patronage
when in need of am thing
in the livery line. They
will run a llrt-cl.ss sta-
ble strictly for the ac
coiumodation of white
people local and tian-
sicnt. (iood hirc and
ALL HULKS DAY OR NIUll I ft
- DATE MACHINERY
store from a to 6 p. m. on I'rlJay
ii. You are lavlted
TVI Fft UIQWFII
I I LLIi illsJ I f LLLs
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