Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TENTH YEAR, No. 282, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 1, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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JEWJ0T8 QEMM SAL
DIG SrOCIi WILL BE SOLD AT ALMOST HALF PRICE !
In order to move the foods anJ make room for the extensive Holiday line which I have purchased
for the coming season I will sell on the above mentioned dates all oods purchased previous to
August 1st at GKEATLY REDUCED PRICES. These goods are by no means old and out of date.
Containing many bright new pattern In all lines recently purchased. 0 0 0 0
General Assortment of over $1000 worth of Goods
WATCHES CLOCKS LADIES GENTS' and CHILDREN'S
RINGS BROACHES SHIRT WAIST SETS LOCKETS and
CHAINS WATCH CHAINS BRACELETS NECKLACES CUFF
BUTTONS COLLAR BUTTONS STUDS STICK PINS HAT
PINS EARRINGS AND MANY OTHER ARTICLES
Conditions Governing Sale: This is strictly a CASH Sale. We are going to sell goods just as
advertised and nothing sold at a reduced price will be allowed to leave the house without the Cash.
Those wishing anything charged must expect to be charged full retail price on each article purchased.
JOHN M. CALDWELL
-the Beat brandi of-
Wines Liquors and Cigars
SILAS v. jouxsox
V.-i RK E R ft YE
OR TEXT A I RVE
E . ROH'DE Propridor
T. R. Batte & Co
and Buy Life Insurance
F I K lu-Mercantile buildings
fixtures and stocks; public build-
ings school houe; country prop
erty dwelling and contents barns
gins and machinery.
TORNADO - We cover
your property with a Tornado pol-
icy if desired.
LilFB. We veil the HEST
Policies at low rates.
AOO I D BNT-Our Com.
panics issue policies at the same
price as others and Rive larger
benefits. $1.00 per month buys
from $100 to 1 600 death ft om acci-
dent. t5 to $60 per month acci-
dent indemnity. 5 to P"
month sickness indemnity. $50 to
$300 for loss of one hand or one
foot all fori 1.00 per month.
Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE
OrriCK: OVER HAS WELL'S BOOK STORE
insure the life of y:ur horse mule
COTTON Special in-
ducements to those holding cotton
in town or on yojr farm.
THE CIM ITTMCTITI
At home to visitors Nov.
lsth to 21)th. inc. Wilt
(foriceously entertain with
Greatest Kxh I bit ever
eent from the Republic of
Mexico headed by the
Will Assist With
Extremely Low Excursion
Set At fin far Perlieara.
AND SO DO
MORE THAN HAIFA MILLION
IT IS THE BEST.
Complete line of these celebrated
Stoves just received and
for sale only by
COLE HARDWARE CO.
W. C. FOUNTAIN
Crown and Bridge work a spec-
ialty. Office up-stairs over Burt
Are due to Indlrastlon. Ninety-nine of every
one hundred people who have hesrt trouble
csa remember when It vss simple Indiges-
tion. It la a scientific fact thai all esses of
hesrt disease not organic are not only
trseeablo to but sre the direct result of Indi-
gestion. All food taken Into the stomach
which (alls of perfect dlfestlon ferments and
swells the stomach pulling It up against lbs
heart. This Interferes with the action of
the heart and In the course of time thst
delicate but vital organ becomes din teed
Mr. D. Kaubia. of HmkO.im I nad etomacs
trouble and I. a bad aula aa I teas' kaait trouble
with It I look Kodoi brapaeM Cure lor about lour
Hatha and It enrad Ota.
Kodol Digests What Yon 1st
and relieves the stomsch of all nervous
strsln snd the heart of all pressure.
BotUesooiy. 11.00 Site hoU'-t Ones the trial
alia arblck a.Ua lor SOc
Preeeree' b ft. O. DeWITT AOO. OHIOAOO.
For Sale by Emmel & Maloney.
SLEW wnONO ONE.
Bill Harrell 8aye He Thought Girl
Wee Man. .
IhU. Tes.. VL 3l.-l.rU Hllli . a
your.- conre woman was kllle V-
mllea aouth 11 f IVlljr on the AlesantMr
Wtlle a numWr of negrttee were aa
emble at her mot her e houae. pre
i-arlii to o to a tUnre a ti-ro came
In ani. It la atatl. i tarted a limult V.
Sfter wlilrh he retlrej. After the
crowd hud tnrte to the dance lviv-
liK HH1 Harrell. a you tie; darky at the
houae ulone. tha flrl Lelu Hlllinnn.
went buck to the houae to (it aornr-
thlna alia had forgottten and wae'flre.1
on aa 'lie waa trying to open the door
the bullet paaalng through here held
and killing- he rlnatantly.
The young negro. Hill .Harrell.j wae
taken In cuatody and waa lMgl in
Jail. He waived an eiaininlngS trial
and ni remanded to await thetictlon
of th grand Jury- Jf
He claimed that he thought the girl
waa the negro mar who had f revtoualy
entered the houae and raided a diffi-
PRICE AT DALLAS.
Noted Philadelphia Abdominal Sue-
gejn Perferme Nine Operations
Dallas. Oct. II. Dr. Joaeph IVIie
the noted Philadelphia abdominal aur-
geon who la the gueat of the Dallas
County Medical society performed
nine opera tlona In two local eanltarl-
uma Monday lie also dtaruaaed ap-
pentcltle. advocating the use of the
knife It all operation a. At St. Paul's
sanitarium aeveral hundred practl-
tlonere aaw Dr. Price perform at op-
eration a. He Inalatrd the entire ap-
pendix must be removed. A public re-
ception was held at the Oriental hotel
Six Thousand Five Hundred Berrele ef
Galveaton. Oct 11. J. C. Canty fish
and oyater Inapector for thla Beet Ion
atated that he had been advlaed that
I. II. Klhlte atate flnh nnd oyater coin-
mlaaloner. that acting under Inatruo-
t Ion from Attorney lieneral Iiavldmm.
he had aelxed (.200 ti.irrela of oyatera
nt Port l-ivm;i fur r.llure to pay the
t.i Itnpnaed tiy the new law. The
aniourt due the atate by theae delln-
fU'iila uiiiKiinted to $125.
Cruitt' Wcat Virginia Paaaed In Cape
Henry Monday Night.
Norf. Ik. V.i.. o. t. 31. After fglitlng
a nortliciiMt Kile up the ton.it for ten
ty-four lioura the llrc-iiea of the
v. Ind and mm rntiHlnic wide diverc-
em e f -n die iiaual route the ttimorrd
i-rnlaer Wcat Vlratlnl.i. beurlng Preal-
dent I'.iMixeyelt from New Orleuli.
iaa'il In I'ape Henry Monday iiIkM
convovid lv the armored crulaera
Mary'a.Ml. IVnnaylvniila und Colorado.
President Kooeevelt wua tranaferred
to the fulled Sl.it-a dlapalch 1mm(
iNilphlii mi. I nlHiunl that veaael left
Wolf Trap lUht on lh l.iat tog of hla
Journey to Waehlnitton at 11:40 Tuca-
Laughing and Joking Poatoffice Cla'U
Blowr Out Hie Braina.
AuKUHt.'t. I in. tn-t. 31. Kdward C.
Ileunlrn clerk In the iHtii(Tlce here
rotnnillted atilt hie after ttelng naked tiy
nn lnaie'tor to turn over hla cuah
drawoi and hooka for examination. Ten
minute before ahootlng hlmaelf Itear-
den waa In axcellent aplrlla laughing
and Joking. U'Ih'H uake for the money
drawei lie paaaed It to Inapector Wil-
moii turned to the aafe tinik a platol
from a pigeon hole went to the third
Hlory of the building and blew out hla
bruins. No ahortage In hie account
have ) "t been dlacovered. according to
tha at.iteineiit of the Inapector.
Boaer Hit on the Head and Dice With
in One Hour
St. John. N. It.. Oct. SI. A hosing
exhibition here waa auddenly termi-
nated by the death of Charleg O'ltea-
gun. a local boxer who waa knocked
out by a blow over the head delivered
by Krd Northrup of Kt. John. O'ltea-
gan died within an hour. Referee Wil-
liam O'Keefa and alt men who acted
aa aeconda were arreated.
Dee Molnea. la.. Oct. SI. Six per-
aona were killed In a head-on colllainn
between two freight train on the Chi-
cago Rock laland and Pacific at Casey
French parliament Is In aeaalon.
The $000 realdenc at Omaha Tex.
of W. E. Coffy burned.
For a aeat on the New Tork Cotton
Exchange t.r00 waa bid.
Coulgate branch of the Katy haa been
relald with Hlxty-iHiund ateel ralla.
llody of Joe Pevey wna found In
Clear creek near Hetnpatead. TPS.
Carl Weston auicided at Atlanta.
Cm. by ahootlng hlmaelf In the head.
John O'liea. an American miner waa
fatally ahot In the hat k In atate of
lie McKenxle wna ahot unci killed at
Ardmore. Heorge Kwlng waa Jailed.
Itoth lire nejroea.
Mr. Nuburn of Myrtle Springe. Tel..
w.ib held up and robbed of hla watih
$40 nnl aome notea.
Slate National and Commercial Na-
tional liat.ki of nklahom.1 City have
iniiMlhtatel. Capital Xixk will be
I .-.oo. 000.
While waled In n buggy Frank
pear and Mle Jennie M Curry were
married In front of the Trxarkana
Saying be had lived too long. Cap-
tain Jam.a iS. Wright eighty-five
yeara old. a former realdent of Fort
Worth etilclded at Indlanapotle.
V. F. Stanly fell from the ewltch-
board at Hmlthvllle. Tcs. of a Katy
engine and euatAlned Injurlee caualng
hla death la twenty minutes.
BULLETIN NUMBER 5
The dreat Northern Telegraph Company reports that tha Chea
Foo Shanghai cable is Interrupted. However thla wilt not
hare any beHiiK on tha a.laiof
lltATII & MILLIGAN
for OARTII. HOWKLL & WEBB carry a ; conipleta atock at
all times. Present demand for Heath 4 Mllllgan TalnU
I OKEATK8T ON RECORD
Better than a Job h
An accident policy in one of J. NO. A. MOORE'S
companies will pay your SALARY when you are
SICK OR HURT we guarantee to give you the
best HEALTH OR ACCIDENT policy written in
Uryan. We have paid our customers in the past
two years over $ 1 1000 for accidents.
CAN ANYONE EI.SG
SHOW A SIMILAR RECORD
Jno. A. Moore Jr.
IF YOU ARE Q0INU TO TAKE A TRIP
It would be A (JOOl) IOI-A for you
to sea a rcpiescntatlva o( the
Itefore you decide oil the route.
iulck Time Itetween
South and North Texas
2 -THROUGH TRAINS DAILY-2
PULLMAN SLEEPERS Ilefweeu HOI STON and DALLAS
HOI STON ami At ST1N llOl'STON and WACO.
OALVKSTON and DKNVKK via il. II. AN. to Houston
II. A T. C. to Fort Worth. F. W. A 1. C. iTiie Den-
ver Itoad) ami ('olorado A Southern to lienver.
OALVKSTON and HT. LOl IS via O. II. A N. to Houston.
II. A T. ('. to Dallaa and D.-nla
M. K. A T. to St. Louis.
For further loformnlon aea llrket went or addreaa
M. U ROnillNS O. P A llooaton T'laa
OET A OOOD I'AINTKR TO IM'T HARRISON'S
"TOWN AND CorNTRY"
on your house and you will have the
best obtainable reeults. Hold by
IkswEus Book Store
We have tha most up-to-date Hue of Wall Paper Samples In Bryan
...INSURE IN THE...
Southwestern Life Insurance Co.
OK DALLAS TKXAB.
WHY? Because It Is a Texas Company has ample CAPITAL
and Surplus and will KKEP TKXAS AlONKY IN TEXAS.
JOE B. REED
will explain the different plans and rstes and can also write Ac-
cident and Sick Benetlt Insurance In beet of companies and tiv'
you just what you want and ynu will know what you are irttlnir
Every man and woman uuder 60 yeara In good health should Join
Many now are enjoying tha benefits from Life Insurance that
would not If not for my elTorts. jrj j-; jj m- MDyf
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With the newcht seasonable
fabrics for Men's Clothing.
The old teliable John Witt-
.nan tailor shop can always
be depended upon for quality
style and fit and promptness.
Give us your orders.
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