Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TENTH YEAR, No. 266, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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A Special Price on
WOMEN'S RAIN COATS
IOR the past few years it has been
the custom of one of New York's
most prominent manufacturers
to obtain an entire output of raincoat-
ings from a mill and during the dull
months when labor is cheap manufac-
ture same into swell raincoats that not
only keep you dry but also make you
appear well dressed.
With this manufacturer we have
While 'tis true that under ordinary
circumstances they sell at $1500 we
offer the garments in colors: tan cas-
tor brown olive and oxford for
Ladies' sizes 32 to 41
Misses' sizes 14 16 18 and 20.
Send for sample of material.
ED Kl AM "texasn
October "Store News" just out send for copy.
Nine Leading Brandt of
ALL STANDARD BRANDS OF PURIIY
YOUR ChOICe AT
Hill A Hill Atherton bottled In bond
Paul Jonee Hunter Ilye
Four Roses Brook Hill
YtUTit PATKONAOK INVITKD
W. T. FORD
of beef pork mill veal have
uiveii satisfaction to ho many
thousands of in 'Mt buyers that
we are confident wo can please
you If you will hut glvo our
service 11 kIiiK'Ih trial tltoiiKh it
would be fairer t all concerned
to let tit supply your larder
for a full week. Price prompt-
ness; of delivery courtesy an I
iirtll(y of meat will convince
you of our claim to your attention.
18 7 0
lot beat of soda Of-
Wines Liquors and Cigars
SILAS V. J0UXS0X
V.-i RKER RYE
M 0X1 'REAL RUE
OR TEXT XL R7E
E . ROHDE Proprietor
SIXTEEN llfNf'RKD A( UE9 OK
Near th best indieatlona In Orlmes
county. Price according to location.
Thla la the ooinliir oil Held of .South
Texa. Call or add rem
JOHN U. K KITH.
'ill Navasota or Keith. Texaa.
Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE
OFFICK: OVER HAS WELL'S BOOK STORE
Office at James' Drug Store.
A. L. MONDRICK M. D.
BUY AN TEXAS.
Special Attention Given
Eye Ear Nose and Throat
Resilience 'Phone 261
W. C. FOUNTAIN
Crown and BriJge work a spec
ialty. Office up-stairs over Burt
Fhootlng rrotiNllles n rtiu In n'l't
tie Ilk shoot In mud turtle. A livi
er lecrlboa the ajxrt: " n let y
ramo on our tlrsMrrocndlle alto't t
inlli' from nnip. iV.eep on the t int
wan its in ottii ope. not mo-'' r.;i;i
twenty ynnls from m. t W ;t t'
Ret awuy hnt I II red tv.o h!i 11
iul-kly ns I could p-t tin m or. !n
Hint Into Its inoutli nnd I lie sero'i 1 in
to It lievk 11 It f liriKtl It 4 IkmuI. TV.it
topi It e.Teetuiilly. mid it ihm cr a i
lutO till' Wilier. The licit il.iV we f.et :il
linother croiMlll ami my friend j t
It Jiift nhov tin hlionliter. This wit
Hot euontfi lostop It lnt we both flre.l
11 11 It hi p'ttlnir Into tliu water mid
0110 bullet hit It In front of (lie inur
ten. Tliey sometimes come up n.iiu
wben woiimliil ko wi waitml ntxnil
twenty ininiitini. mid then I.Mikliitf
nlxiut I hw It Iy4n? on lu Imck nt tli
liottont of tlio Htn-iuii. It lookol ileml
enough ho we pit hold of the end of
the tall 11 nd piiitod It nhore. We pn e
It two more hhot one In the mi-It nrnl
tlie other lu the middle tit the burl.
bud It then Mill had vitality enoiuli
to bite u pnildlo lu two though the
Icgi were panilyiisl nnd It coulil not
IllaSMOvl llvr mm.
A fnniviui American pliyMi-lun una
iununonel to the bedNldi) vt an elclcrlv
gran de damp of dlJtlngulHhed name
and ninny million and who I one of
the leader of American society. The
physician examined her carefully.
Then he nald:
"You muHt get up every morning ut
0 u'clock. Tuke for Im-nkfaat a cup of
weak tea and hii pie e of dry toast.
From I) to It excrcUe. either walking
or sweepInK or dUHtlnic. At noon
lunch on a alio of cold meat filtered
unlced water and atalo bread. Don't
leep In the afternoon: exprclae again.
For dinner take nothing but a little
meat a vegetable and tont; 110
aweeta no wine no hocI.iI dlHHlpatlon
of any kind.
The eyes of the graiule tin me fliiihel
with firo aa h nald:
"Hut doctor do you comireheiii my
ponltlou? I to you know who 1 am?"
"Perfectly madam" answered the
physlclnn. "You arc an old woman
with a our ntouiuch." New York
Wtrn lllrd frrd. Frugi.
WTiat we end "cniiury Hjed" Ih the
need of a kind of grat. nnd all of It
lined lu thin country i Imported from
Although the plant that prMluccM the
rape aped auppllisl to cnuarlea U grown
In the t'nlted Staten to Home extent
for fodder all of tlili kind of neeil re
quired for the feeding of cnge MnU U
Itue neeil loincH mainly from Ahys-
ulnla and India where the plant that
produce It U cultivated for oil nnd
nlxo tmeit nt a condiment.
Hemp need. IlkewNo feil to cage
bird. U pnxliiced iulte largely In Mil
ourt nnd adjacent M.itca.
It U a eiirlou fact that a boy'e Lair
grow one half alower than a plrl'i.
In boya Uie average rate of growth U
thnv feet three Jnihe la ix jenrn
being an average of .01H loch a day.
I'lirlng the tweiity flrst and twenty-
fourth yenm a inan' hair growa tiulck-
er than nt f ry other period. It tup
nu eyelanh twenty weekH to reach a
length of . ILHJ Inch und then Itn life
Is from luo to l.Vi day lly meaua
of 11 camera tlie w ink of nn eyelid has
Ix-on meatiired and It waa found Hint
tweui m Juki cau Ip miule in four
Tb Top of lh l.atldrr.
There It plenty uf opportuulty for
siilxTior talent Tlie top of the ladder
of klhMVHH nuVr plenty of vtandllig
room and Invite gucnt. The lower
part only I fearfully crowdiil. There
U 110 exi n.e for the universal wall of
lack of opportunity for tliere la no 1
lack. The trouliie He with the do !
UiaiuU laid iiion IIioho who intplro to
flrHt place line thlii la certain there
la no quarter for tlio whlner und pre-
cious little eucoiirugeuieut for tliH'
who do not cure to work with might
and main.-Chicago Journal.
BULLETIN NUMBER 6
The Ureal Northern Telegraph Company report that the Clin
Foo Shanghai rahlM la Interrupted.. However Mil will not J
have any bearing on 1 11 a a 1 a o r
II LA Til & MILLICAN
t Am 0rlhl ut Xaiarr.
It I tlcslrahi Ij ecluile light and
Round but while we have eyeliiU. no
nppuratua fur cloning the ear la
known nave I (relieve lu certain ani-
mal which Inhabit the aea and whoe
ears are of small auditory Importance.
In these days when noises of all kinds.
more or leas nerve wrecking aaaall the
eara by night aa well as by day one
may M pardoned If ho sighs wearily
for par lid.-Tendon Academy.
Tiirr aii n 1 r .
Of the queer tloliotlH Hometiiuei en
tertalneil by the twWie "koihI men and
true" lu the Jury box the following
nmuNing Htory rtH-ciitly told on the au-
thority of the conn. I ho defeildiil In
a owo of larceny. Is let u hope a
unique example. Ilecognlltig In orir of
tho Jurymen the nephew of the prison-
er counsel thuiigUt "the old man'' was
safe to aeciire a verdict of Acquittal
more particularly ui the prceeutlon
were only uble to present nu extremely
weak cnu ugaltrnt blm.
The Judge Hitmmel up In the prison-
er' favor but the Jury said "(iullty."
Meeting the nephew lu the Ktrpct next
morning the lawyer rallied hlin upon
giving n verdict against hi uncle es-
peelftlly n from the evldeni-e It dhl not
appear that he wns guilty. "Well no
Kir; we didn't think a he waa guilty
but we thought aa 'ow a little Impris
onment wouldu't do the old man no
'arrat" Loudon Htuudard.
Oreal Cirlef and Head Hharlaa.
Among the nncient Hhuvlug tho head
whs n very common mode of express-
ing great grief or norrow. Sometime
It waa done by the priest or aome other
religion functionary formally cutting
off tho hulr sometime by violently
plucking It out by the root. Ia pi
tremo casej -among men tho beard a
well a tho hair wa either cut off or
plucked out. The Idea sis'in to have
been that uiotirucn should divest them-
selves f tli at which under ordinary
circumstance wa considered most
beautiful ornamental nnd becoming.
Luclan und he 1 not the only one of
the ancient writer by any mean who
give points 011 thl queer mourning
custom-says that the Kgyptlnu ex-
pressed their Intense sorrow by cutting
off the hair uhii the death of their god
Apis and that the Syrian acted In tho
same manner at tho (tenth of Adonis.
Olymplodoru remark concerulug
Job 1 21 that the undents among
whom long hulr wu regarded a nn or-
nament cut It off lu time of mourn-
ing but that those who commonly
wore It short suffered It upon such oe-
raslon to grow long.
for (1AUTH HOWKLL A WKHH carry a complete afcsek at
all time. Present demand for Heath A Mllligan Paints
(1 It K A T K S T N It K C O It D
Better than a JobJ
AND SO DO
MORE THAN HALF A MILLION
IT IS THE BEST.
Hryan. We have paid our customers in the past
two years over $1 1000 for accidents.
CAN ANYONE ELSE
5I10W A SIMILAR RHCOKD
Jno. A. Moore Jr.
IF YOU ARE GOING TO TAKE A TRIP
It woulJ be A 0001) IDEA for you
to ace a representative of the
IS. 5 T. C. R. H
Complete line of these celebrated
Stoves just received and
for sale only by
COLE HARDWARE CO.
Ottawa Ont. Oct. S. The warrant
for the extradition of John F. C iynor
and II. I. Greene hna been sIrhI tiy
the minister of Justice anil forwarJrJ
to the lieutenant governor of the prov-
ince of Quebec.
No Loan Project.
London. Oct. 3. Koretlyo Tukahaahl.
financial agent of Japnn who will
ihortly return to America ssys thera
la no definite project for the new Japa
neie loan nor hav atepi wn t.ik.a
for conversion of old loan.
A good cnuso need not to lx pa-
troned by passion but can sustain It-
elf upon a temperate dispute."
THE CUT UTIRACTIVE
At homo to visitors Nov.
istli to V'Jth. Inc. Will
gorgeously entertain with
INTER ATI0N L
(irentent K x h I h 1 1 ever
sent from the Itepublio of
Mexico headed by the
World -Famous President
Will A aa is t Will.
Cxtremely Low Excursion
Sr A$tl Imr Ftrtltmltr.
bfora oo ais lot oo roou. Rnmnr rrurlnn irlM on ! dsllf at low fit's
VLItK IIMK IIKTWKK.X
souin end nopsh lexos
S-THROt'OII TRAINS DAII.Y-J
Pultmsn ! WAKI
Hr-prrs IIOfSTCN and (iAt.VKHTON AVP ffvyFR U O. It S. to
botvrro H'Hj.lnn. II. T to Kt Wrt K. W. 4 D. C.
I (Ta Vrtjrr hod) si.d L. A s. It tn?ir.
For furthrr lnformttloo Mckrt krnt or iddrest
M. t ROIiniN'S U. P A lloo.ion T-i
KT. lOflS n (3. II. V. to Hni.ion H. T. C.
lo DtlUs and tniuu M. K. T to ht. Iah..
Ar due to Indigestion. Nlnaty-nlna of tvery
ona hundred people who have heart trouble
can remember when It was simple Indiges-
tion. II la a scientific fact that all cases of
heart disease not organic are not only
traceable to but are the direct result ol Indi-
gestion. AH food taken Into the stomach
which (alls of perfect dlrestlon ferments and
swells the stomach pulling It up against the
heart. This Interferes with the sctlon of
the heart and In the course of time that
delicate but vital organ becomes diseased.
Mr. D. Kaubla. of Ntrtd. O tort! I had ttanuth
troub'4 and In iM aula aa I had haarl troubla
artih It. I too Kodol Drapapaia Cura lor about tour
moolhs and II curad ma .
Kodol Dlgesu What You tat
and relieves the stomach of all nervous
strain snd the heart of all pressure.
Bonlas only. S 1 .00 Sua koldlnf 3 4 Una tha trial
sua which aalla lor too.
Prepared hf LO. DaWITT OO. 0HI0A0O.
For Sale by Emmel A Maloney.
(1 KT A IOOI IMINTKU TO ITT II Alt HI SON'S
"TOWN AND (Ol'NritV"
on your house and you will have the
beat obtainable results. Sold by
ILvswelis 'Book Store
We have the most up-to-date Hue of Wall Paper Sampled lu Hryan
YOU ALL KNOW
Si illir IgUWilllBliaganSMBMIIHIII tiirmMsM found at the
same office and will give hn entire time to the Insurance business
Life A eclden end Sick Denell Insurance lor both
men and women in Fraternal and Straight Life Insurance com-
panies of which I represent the bet. It is to your interest to tee
me as I can sive you from $J.oo to f j.oo on each liooo insur-
ance. I Call special attention to M FRIEND IN NEED SOCIETY"
Every man and woman in good health is eligible for membership
under fifty-five years old. Many now are enjoyinjf the benrfitf
of life insurance that would not if not for my efforts. )
With the newe'st seasonable
'ubrics for Men's Clothing.
The old teliable John Witt-
nan tailor shop can always
he depended upon for quality
style and fit and promptness.
Give us your orders.
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