Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 215, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 16, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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The Bryan Brokerage Company
Cotton Stocks Grain and Provisions .
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. GROESBEEQK
KEPT A SECRET.
General Weed Ft use to 8Ut the
Object of H'e Investigation.
8an Francisco Aug. 15. The Call
ay that Major General I.eonard
Wood haa summoned a commission to
the ITiilipplncs to lnvcatlgrt (he con-
duct of certain urmy GffletJgn duty
In the Philippine. He U keeiW
secret the object of bla investigation
and even member of the commission
I declare they do not know what they
are ti dt. Tl.cy ullt receive their la-
Complete line of Information and Comment.
W. B. HERBERT Manager
GET OUR PRICES
OUR STOCK OF
Qf AND FEED
IS ALWAYS COMPLETE AD FRESH. WE WILL
NOT BE UNDERSOLD. PHONE 376
WILSON GRAIN & COAL CO.
7 1!S4: i )
KAJOB OEfEIUL LEONAEO WOOD.
atnirtlona when they land at Manila.
The following officer make up the
commission: fntt.in 1. 1 .
... ..v.. ... voie quartermaster de-
partment: Malor Amna w l-1-.i...m
I. - ... l 1 1 1 1 U kl 1 .
quartermaster dpmrtmi. r-i-.i.
ward rerson and 11 r m
recently appointed Inspector of sut
Pile at Jefferaonvltln tn.i r
redenhal and McChesney will leave
on the Ix)Kan anil tho liun.. ...1
to the Investigation will leave on the
The Old Reliable"
S. H. FRANKLIN'S
. MEAT MARKETS
Still offer the Beat Inducements.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Seasonable Market Products.
Experienced Service. Best Cold Storage equipment
Give us your business. We guarantee to please.
I Bullets Go Through Heart and Head
Yet He la Alive.
Hattlesburr. Ml.. Au 15. With
one bullet straight through his heart
ana another through his temple enter-
ing at one aide of head and corulnr out
at the other Charlea William. ne-
gro of this city haa aurvlved for three
daya and proapecta are be vlll eventu.
ally recover. He was shot by another
negro In a crap game Sunday the
wound being Inflicted by a thirty-
eight caliber revolver flrt .h..
Williams fell over a ihi.h j ... .
An undertaker was telephoned for but
a surgeon beat the funeral man to the
scene and when the A mm A Ar
rived the wounded negro was able to
ii up ana iae notice. Since then he
haa been eatlnc heartilr n ..t..i.
clana venture the opinion that he will
recover la no unforeseen compllcatlona
HEADED BY AVERILL.
Committee to Select Ticket For Re
publloavi Names Choice.
El Paso. Aug. 15. Hon. V. H. At-
well of Dallas was fleeted temporary
chairman of the .Republican cod Ten
tlon. In taking the chair Mr. Atweli
termed the Houston convention a
"Democratic aid aolty." He iralsei
W. E. Itaker of Grayson county was
elected temporary secretary.
Chalrtni.n I .vnn ... fir' 4til irrilflflrft
tlon at the attendance. Ho also culled
attention to his offer to lay expcnuo
to InvL-stlgutit state uffalrs at Austin.
whiih hw ..ulit r.'1-ra eriwtLrit jifiil wati
laughed at but now all the morning
dullle auslnln Mm nml If one-half
was true of the (burges made by the
Democratic candidal' tor governor
no honest Democrat Jfild support any-
one of them. (Appluusc.l He urged
education and cleanliness. He suld
tbut so far as he knew with one ex-
ception the white iiartU lpatitH In the
Houston convention were disappointed
Committer fit .le t it Hikrt
flione the following: Governor. II
lard C. AverllJ of Jefferson county;
lieutenant governor.' Frederick Hof
helnti of Comal: Attnrnev General
Charles W. Ogden of Hexur; treasurer
Jienili l jioote or Williamson; superln
tendent of nubile Instruction. I)r ( A
Gray of Fannin; commissioner general
una omce. it. c. iiaruing ot rotter
railroad commissioner. V (V Cnnne
Of Dallas: ttwI.B of fh rfillrt nf rrlm
Inal appeal. Judge A. G. Foster of El
1 a HO.
There are about ?o0 delegates of
woom fourteen are negroes.
f lre insurance
OX FtUNITlKF PA I II IX FI'M. FIFTKK.V DAYS A FTEH
NoriCK OF LOSS tjutek eettleinenr ..f nil cUIiim r
100 centsjon the dollar
'"""T !'':LV"; It F.ST A X I) ON I. Y T H K HKST FIICF..
I. II- K. I.I KloCK r anytiiinrf In tu- liiHtiriio- lin-.
W. A. WATKIIMS Agent
Oltuf (r 'ht rtti-
Beautify the Complexion
IS lit DOS.
iorti Vy ikouMniJn
guranl(J Id r.muvf
frrUo pimtilc.. all
aad niton tK
b.uty oi youth.
Tk wort caw. in twenty ityt. 50c. r.ij
$1.00.1 all leading drug .tore or ly trail
I tr K4TK1X TlHLTT CO.. Parla. Tui
J. W. 8ATTS
Rsal Estate Agent
MV.co in Tll4frro building ojoait
th Court Hunt- air"I'lioiie S7.
'Iv in il!li-- r't- ovi.v n-t of Al-tr.-r
It . .k-t . f Mrax ia County
FOIl SALK !
Oin and a iiunrter lots mid
." room renidt-m-c lo-
catfil on east hide of town.
Well and stablo on prt-misfs.
Price S Il'DO.i K). Temist easy.
No appetite loss of strength nsnroua
nets headache constipation bad breath
general debtl'ty sour rtslnrs. and catarrh
ot the stomach are all due to Indigestion.
Kodal cure Indigestion. This new discov-
ery represents the natural Juices of d! fee-
Don as they eitst In a healthy stomach
comt.ned with the greatest known tonJe
and reconstructive fropert!a. Kodol Dys-
pepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion
and dys?-pla but this famou remedy
cures a. I stomach troubles by cleansing
purifying sveetenlrg and strengthening
the mu;ous membranes lining the stomach.
Mr. S. S. B.tl et Rit.-tM w. V... MTtr
I f.trous 4 -Htk .rtrwi I j Fwt; tr
Kyiol eurJ m anJ art .w ualng M la mi-k
Kodol Digesu What You Eat.
Bjttier. r. 1100 S'. h " rt pm.i tSa trial
frpar(J by C O. OaiAiiTT at C J. CMIOAQa
Soli by Emmel & Maiony
NEGROES ON HAMPAGt.
Twenty Soldier Cause Death of On
Man and Wound Another.
Brownsville. Tex . Aug. 15 Twenty
negro aoldlers armed with Kraa
Jorgrnsen rifles. ihot up the t Ity. They
flred Into the home of 1 U. Cowan
twenty three bulleta entering the fur
niture. Ily getting under a bed Mrs.
Cowan and children eaped Injury
light bullets were flred Into F. R
Stark's residence. One pa use) through
a monqulto bar over a bed.
Lieutenant of Police Donlguea at-
tempted to arrent the noarroc-a They
replied with ten ahots. His rUht arm
wa shattered but he flred with hi
Onn nearo nhot Into Ellman'a ealoon
Frank Natus. a barti
throuith the heart.
f)Ver llM) h(ll H orn flr.J . I.
- iih-i i.riui" III.
nerroes were arreated. Cltlena are
Indignant at tho conduct of tho blacks.
Ceneral McCaskey Is to Personally
Conduct the Same.
Hoimton. AtJKj 13. Advices from
Drownnvllle ftafe the tiesro garrison
ha quitted down and an Inreatlga-
tlon Is In progress to determine who
nai Urinated In Tuc.rUr tii..tc. .ti.-
d.rs Governor Ijtaham will not In-
terfere the matter having been laid
before General MrC
camp siatiry. who will personally con
dut the Investigation nrownavlll
cltlenn. thnrotifhly around. are wear-
ing arms and tho most bitter feeling
rxiau inwara me negro troops. Offi-
cers of the garrison are keeping the
BKimera ui ine tiarracks. fearing trou
kl with citizens.
Chicago Capitalists Claim There Are
Too Many Restrictions.
Kansa City. Aug. 15 Kansas City
fight for cheap gas received a setback
Tuesday nlht when Chicago capital-
ist who were recently grr.nted a
thlrtyyear franchise to aell the city
natural gaa at 25 cents per l.ooo feet
for domemlr n.. and ID cents for man-
ufacturing purposes notified Mayor
Peardnley tliev could not nrrrnt Ihn
propohltlun. The franrh;e they said
carried too many restriction.
At Independence Mo. nar here t
special election Tuesday the action of
the city council there granting a fran-
chltte to furnish natural gait at 23
cents per l.Ono f-tt wa.s ratified.
SCHEME OF COMPANY.
Double and Single Fare Cars to Be
Run by Traction Company.
New York. Aug. 13. The Hrooklyn
Rapid Transit company states that all
ra.tM ngera for Coney Islam! who pay
double fare will b placed In one car
and those who decline in another.
When tho car rench the xlng! far
Ilnrlt the coach containing those refus-
ing to pay will be cut off. General
Manager Cnlderwood said his com-
pany Is preparing to test Jude Gay-
nors decision that only one faro will
be exacted from pasnenitera to Coney
Committee on Permanent Organization
Name Him For Chairman.
Dallas. Aug. 13. Committee on pep
manect organization of . Democratic
state convention selected Hon. Howard
Tumpleton of Hopkins county for per
manent chairman. Ilenton McMillan
or Grayson county as permum-nt sec-
retary and Mark Lacon nf Hamilton
and l)ob Parker of Hexar aa aaslatant
I Captain J. W. McDonald of the state
ranger lorce was named aa sergeant at
arm yith six asalstanta. of whom Pat
U Keete or Dallaa I first aaslstuut.
Following order of business wa de-
Keuort of ci.umln
Heport of committee on platform and
Nomination for governor.
For lieutenant governor.
For attorney general.
For land commissioner.
For superintendent of public Inatruc
t For railroad commissioner.
For Justke of the supreme court.
For judge court of criminal appeals
Election of chairman of the t-xecu
Flection of members of state execu'
Sixteen vice president were named.
as roiiows: T. H Halley. M h.
llroocks. Cone Johnson. N. G. Aber
nathy. V. T. Henry. Hayne Nelms.
Thomas H Stone N. M. VolcUnng. It
U Penn J. M. 1'rt.si.l.tr. W. H. Wallace
Joseph Hamtltou. Jack Hamilton.
Thomas w. IXnld Harry Tom King.
The proxies of elaht counties har
Ing nine otea in tbt cnventlnn. were
rejanen uy m? rreivntial.i committee
Tuesday night. Then counties are
Dlrke. Irion. Dimmit. Potter. Peco
Reagan Itoherts and Uvalde.
CREEN AND GIBBONS.
"Reorganixera" Name Them For Gov-
ernor and Lieutenant Governor.
Houston. Aug. 15. K. II. It. Green of
Terrell for governor and J. C. Gibbons
of Paris for lieutenant governor was
the ticket placed In the finlj fy the
meeting of "reorganized" Republicans
of Txas. There waa great enthusiasm
shown when the announcement was
mad. and the 2on odd delegates. 90 per
cent ot wnorn were negroes. houted
and shook bands.
William II. (Gooseneck) McDonald
waa chosen national committeeman.
Dr. Alex V. Acbeson of tienUnn 14
atate chairman ami Gordon Phlpps of
lorsicuna. sate aecrctary.
Congressional nominees will be se
lected on tne ..tn.
Twenty-One Out of Fifty-Slx Clus Rep-
resented at El Paso.
El Paso. Aug. 15. The ItepuMlcan
league of Clubs of Texas elected offi-
cers as follows: O. H. rtaum. El Paso.
presld. nt: Ed Davis Jefferson first
i. e piesl(fent;August F. Itessen I.a
Granne. second vice president; J. M.
Klnkald. Amarlllo. third vice p're'sb
dent; S. I.. Haln. Houston secretary
and treasurer. Twenty one cl ids ut
of fifty-six In the state were represented.
EDWARDS FOR GOVERNOR.
Wealthy Citizen la Charged With Mue-
o'er of Hia Brother.
j Ardmnre. Aug 1.. Cal Stewart a
wealthy t ltlren of Holder was placed
. In Jail here here 1 barged with the kllk
I Ing of his brother. Hen Stewart. The
two brothers srmo weeks ago were
charred with killing pr. Graham
While driving home fmm Marietta
Tuesday r.lsht Hen wa killed and Cal
took the bo.lv to Marietta claiming
mat nf nan neen shot fmm ambush
Clrrumtances. it is ullcg-r-.i. .irt4(
to Cal tSewart's cullt. and' he wai
f.lartd In Jail. St-wart n.nkes no
st:it mel.t exco-.f th.it they wire way-
la t d om! - hot at
County Police With Bloodhounds
Started In Search of Scoundrel.
Atlanta. Aug. 15. A report reached
police headquartera of a criminal as-
sault on Mr. Rich Hembree a white
woman at West Lake a Kuburb of At-
lanta committed early Wednesday by
an unknown nearo. County nolle
started after the negro with hounds.
Foreat Fire Rage.
niwablk. Minn.. Aus-. 1.1. Several
large forert Ore are burning fiercely'
west ana satitu or thia place. Much
damage has alremlr been I'lino Minv
settler have t -en forced to abandon
their home. Wild animals are Invad-
ing the limits of villages.
11." wr ITi.bllUi
Pnrls. Aue. IS. Kun. W J flrvnn I
and party lert ran Wci iu&i uv tm
Educator of Dallas Chosen to Head the
Dallas A"g. 15 Socialist party of
Texan met .1 convention here and se
lected the following ticket: Governor.
Gt-orre Clifton Edwards of Dallas
lieutenant governor. Leo llhodea of
I'roviiience; comptroller. G. W. M.
Taylor of Poolvtlle; attorney general!
. M. A. Smith of Campbell; superintend-
ent of public Instruction. J. M. Chler
of San Antonio; land commissioner
J. L. Swan of Stamford; railroad com-
fjltsloner. E. It Meltzen of Hallets-
vllle; chief Justice of supreme court of
criminal appeals. Eustace lielllnger of
Platform declares trusts and monop-
olles are the loglral results of two
classes the capitalistic class and the
yorklng class. It declares private mo-
nopol is th curse of tho nation and
that atate and national legislators art
tne mere agencies of large property In
For ixed Drinks
which are so enjoyable
in Summer time only
the best and purest
should be used. It is
an erroneous idea that
the flavor of poor
liquors can be disguised f-
in mixing them with 1
others for such a the-
ory is utterly false. Get
your supply at Ford's
and get the best
BULLETIN NO. II
San Francieeo agents report that they are
apain locatetLanu the demaifd for HEATH tt
MILLKiAX TAINTS is enormous. Six cars
already on way and by time City is rebuilt more
Heath it Milligau Paint will have been used
than all other paint.- put together.
SOLD F.XCl.rsiVKI.V NY
garth iioivell & vebb
...my stock aSd sales oy.
China and Glassware
You should price the line and Save Money
on your purchases.
J-aAsweliIi's Book Store
With tiie newent uaor.aMe
fabric for Mn's Clothinij.
The o!d teliable John Witt-
.nan tailcr shop can alway
It tlepentled upon for quality
'vie and lit and promptne
Uie x' jour order..
Brings Much Money
Sn Francisco. Aua- 13. The steam-
r Ventura arrived from Australia vrlCi
i:.r00.i.00 consigned to local LaLka
PEARSON OF BOVD.
Teaaa Prohibitionist Place Him at
Head of Their Ticket.
Terrell. Tei . Aug. 13 Texas Pro-
hibitionist named the following tick.
ct: Governor J. W. Pearson of Iloyd:
lleutenaut governor. Thomas Urown of
neaumont; attorney general J. M. Rus-
sell ' Amarlllo; comptroller. J. p.
Crouch of rKlnney; state treasurer!
I J. Winters of Austin; commissioner
general land office. H L. Winthell of
CIco: BuptTlntendent of public la.
structlon. Oorgo n. Ely of Odessa:
railroad commissioner H. I.. Andrews
PUtform Jer lares that If t.e liquor
traffic is diretnyed taany other evils
City and country
property for sale.
A. L. MONDRICK M. D.
ftlko at Jainea' Dm Store.
ecial Attention tl.ven
Eye Ear Nose and Throat
HeslJelJCO 'Plo.iie 1(J1.
Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE
OVER IIASWELL'i BOOK brOKK
Office at Emmol A Malonrr'. Dixt Htnre
Calls answered promptly tiL'ht or day
Oto. bjurt i to U s. oi. ar.d tel x'. m
Office 'phone 81. He 'phone l.t
W. C. FOUNTAIN
Crown anJ Bridge work a spec-
ialty. Office up-stairs Jover Burt
Norwt )J's store
H. D. EVANS'
MEETS ALL TRAIN'S
All orders receive prompt attention
day or night.
I'llii.VK 8 6 5.
T. R. Batfl
Attorney at Law.
Heal Estate for Sale
One mlU ea.t of Hrva:i on public
road. ( acre of land with g....t
family residence of six rooms. Hood
brick cistern. Sixty acres U cult-
ivation and L'l acres In pasture. Two
good tenant houses. An Ideal jce
for a dairy farm and poultry l.u-
lues. Cheap and .n goo.l t line for
Two tliouaaml acre in Krazn
bottom in Hurleson
acre in bottom and 3s0 acres In
prairie. Ranch house lots atid
small pa.ture. The finest small
ranch In Texas. Cheap and on good
FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
REMOVED In Te. Dayu
iontd ry lkouanJ
of tfratcful UJ.and
(uaran.J to rmov
II facial diac.dora '
iun. and rtttor tkt
l-utv of vntifk. Tk.
er.t cm in twenty d.v. S)e. J Si 0C
1! Id.n( druf turrs ur f mill
W-t Si.TI'U Till FT CO. rare ?
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