Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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TELEPHONE N U 51 II E II O .
THE DAILY EAGLE.
Iuence 01 ner aou-m-taw mr. i.
Preiton in this city after a ten days
ii at n i l. i l -r
BT CONNELLY A CABNKS.
Per Week 10c. - - Per Month 40o.
THURSDAY JULY 8 1902.
Track Growers Notice.
Saturday tho 5th 10 m. Is
our next regular meeting and aa it
is about the winding up of the
wagon I wirh to make a final re-
port and statement as Secetary
and Manager and deliver all orig-
inal account sales to individual
abippers that hare not been deliv-
ered with final settlement as far as
E)sible for shipments to date eto
esides other business of im-
portance that should have atten-
tion of a full meeting.
Hoping to meet you in full at
tendance promptly at 10 a. m. Sat-
urday I am
Seo'y. and Mgr.
Searcy Jane 30 We hate had a
food rain which was much needed
in the crops as well as stock water.
Mrs. A. J. Searcy and daughter
were out on visit to see her
daughter and other.
Mr. George Rosher is Try slcfc
at this writing. Dr. Searcy is do-
inf a big practice in and around
Searcy with much success.
Mr. Wm. Richard and Miss
Mary Keffer were married Sunday
at the home of tho brides parents.
We wish them much happiness in
Mr. A. J. Martin of Sand Prairie
bad the misfortune to get their
baby scalded but is better at pres-
ent. Mr. J. R. Eden and family were
Tr last week risking friends.
Mr. Wm. Powers baa returned
from Chicago where he has been
for treatment for a mad dog bite.
There has been lots of hay cut
and saved at Rogers Prairie.
Mr. Jim Roberts was here in the
interest of the next November elec-
tJVUs) I i - - o r
One of Dr. Drakes girls had a and disturbing public worshly.
jail irom a scauoiu bui j uuiug
well at present.
Mr. Charles Martin of Sand Prai-
rie ii putting up a new house aa
fca was married a short time ago.
There will be a barbecue July
4 at Cedar Prairie near the river in
Bmos county. All come and Mrs. W. II. Wiley Thursday
. . . ... I PI- T
brinr bomethinK to eat and lets
have a good time. There will be a
. Wiley Childress has been very
sick but is better at present.
MRS. 0. A. C REED.
Mrs. O. A. C. Reed died yesterday
afternoon at 1 o'clock at the resi
dence of her son-in-law Mr. T.
MIiieM. Mra.Reed waa the widow of
Mr. Wilton Reed Sr. who died in
this county in 18&1. She was a na-
tive of Alabama and came to Texas
In 1857. She had resided in Braxoa
county about 41 year. Mrs. Reed
made her home with her sister Mrs.
Morris at Eddy McLennan county
and was here on a visit. She also
leaves a sister in Falls county she
leaves four children Messrs Louis
Lee and Jeff Reed aud Mrs. T. J.
Preston. She waa a member of the
Methodist church and devoted
christian whose life waa marked by
mod deeds. Her are waa 66 vears.
3 months and 23 days.
Funeral services will be held this
morning at It) o'clock at the resi
dence of Mr. Preston. The burial
will take place at the Reed grave-
a . . . .
jam tux utile uuriu vi wwu
BENSON SCHOOL MOUSE.
Rpnnnu flchool House. Julv 1 A
good rain fell here Friday but it
was too laU to do corn any good
and will not do cotton much good
unless it causes it to take the
second growth as it is shedding
very oaa non un rain.
Mrs. T. J. 8awver has been
sick the past week but is improving
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Dehart. 8am
and Earnest Dehart of Limestone
county who have been visiting
relatives here the past week return-
ed home Monday.
a L. and Will Risingerare visit-
in in Tvler countv. They will be
gone about a month.
W. N. Holligao or Reliance vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Ilolligan
There waa a very interesting
mtine af the literary societv
8atnrday night. The program con-
a . a - f
slstea o' songs reading recitations
music and dialogues after the exer-
cises were through with the follow-
ing officers were elected for the
ensuing quarter: president J. W.
Benson vice-president B. N. Peters
secretary Miss Jenie Powers first
chorister E. N. Risinzer second
chorister Luther Ilolligan.
There was a difficulty at a col-
amm! school house near here on the
22 and constable J. II. Reed arrest
ed three parties respectively charg-
ed with assault carrying a pistol
Tin hart Jnllv nf Rsck Prairie vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jolly Saturday.
Deputy sheriff Lewis Ileea oi
Bryan was here Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes of Madison
county were the guests of Mr. arid
.. I a . a
For Boll Weevil.
We hare on hand a supply of arse-
nate of lead and oxide Iron at very
low price. M. II. James h Co. 81-40
Mil i n nr 1- .
rvnt t'. j
M' iI'VT I
hint- I I V
i ti. -t lo
w.ii . .' jpnuk-.i.)! ..I. inn
Filled at our prescription ccji
posesses that secure correctness tl u
to a thorough Knowledge of EthiciA""
(Compounding and ihs
of drug and chemical of quali
Hot weather will be
steady company" now
for several months. Now
is the proper time to
wear low cut -.hoes.
We quote "moving
prices' on our line mens
oxfords etc. until they
are entirely closed out
$3.50 oxfords at $2.50
4.00 oxfords at 3.00
5.00 oxfords at 4.00
We are ever stock oa UI ihtsaa la
aa asTt eat the pries U clow Utea out
25c straws now 10c
50c straws now 25c
Detter grades in staple shapes
similar reductions. Your ate
safe in dealing with us your
money back if you want it.
tfr BW My m4 Mart
Maaa t Kaflaa4L
aaaeoIU. M4V. July I.-Ta rljhU
atteadaat tipoa tae reao?al ot the re-
saalaa ef tae laU BrIUaa aaabesaeaor.
Lor4 Pauacefote. frosa tats coaatry to
Xaclaaa wre hsla la Aaaaeotla Taee-
ay afteraeea. Tae body bearers
were II la aussber elgat sailors eas
A eassloa drawn by ait horses eas
loio rr.( rrota.
manned by members of the Fourth
battery. I'nltH S'ates artillery from
.i"ort Mer. Va.. bore the c-aaket. A
ronveyinl It to the Brooklyn anhore4
in the offlng. The Brooklyn with R"ar
Admiral ('ot-hln pennant at hr
peak welxliPil an hor at :f5 and pro
rwdnl slowly down the CheniiMsk'
on the way to Kngland.
tig IhmIi t l l TUa Ul Tkr .
Lb !-- V-
nuffalo. July 2. A wetttboutul es
ahUh have Just come from the
lawrenre and put Into Charlotte
L$rtF)f7 that the aft-sertlon ( of
the big wean llnrr MlnnewasUa hai
been warped oS the nxks In the St.
Lawrence river. hm It strut two
wevks ago. The two halves of a sin-
ter ship the Mlnnetonka were con-
ducted through the perilous waters of
lower Lake Ontario and the St. Uw
rente la safely. ani reached Queues
This news marks the practical com-
pletion of one of the niont remarkable
feats of shipbuilding erer known on
the lakes. Tbeee two huge ocean-going
freighters were built at Cleveland..
Kach of tbetn Is COO reel la length.
Close calculation showed that the
lensth of the completed vessel woulJ
not admit of their pajulng the locks
In the Welland and St. Uwrenre ca-
nals by several feet. Consequently it
waa decided to tow them down the
Ukea la set-lions two to each ship.
Skaria riaaa O.a U4-l DUar.
Houiton. July J. Judge Gtlleepls
fined Sheriff Anderson ll'X) for mak-
ing aa alleged statement which was
published In the Chronicle tfca sub-
stance of which waa that Justice waa
being defeated by holding Juries la
connnement so long referring In the
paper to the lJoyd and Ransom cases
la which both defendants though
charged with murder were discharged.
The sheriff did not deny that be bad
made the statement
r-larl naa A ).
Fan Antonio. July 1. By direction of
lha rnmmlaalinr tit Internal reveuue.
the office of stamp collector which has
been operated In connection with the
local deputy United States collector's
office In this city with II. A. Campbell
In charge baa been abolished. Camp
bell Is a negro and bas been lo the
position over four years.
eat lrHl Kavaleea.
New York. July t The net earnings
of the Catted States Steel Corporation
for the quarter ending June JO were
37.(1.9 agalast t2S.16J.DO0 for the
sam period last year. The regular
quarterly dividends were declared of
1 1-4 ner cent oa the preferred stock
and oae per cent oa the common
Kumi Cltr. July I. Charles D.
Etna who escaped from the Arkansas
aaaitantlarr at Little flock three
weeks ago. waa arrested here. He had
erred but 11 moatas of a ii year am-
tenca for highway robbery committed
at Hot Springs.
Baa AelSalally BUMa.
rnr ir&na Tet Jul 1 A fart
named Orear. living at Nell's Valley.
tea mllea uortkeaat of nice aoctdea-
tally killed his IJ-yee.rold so a. A
shot gua was accidentally discharged
atrikiac the lad about the shoulders.
ha a BVm
iwAarm i. jai x. Marshal Col-
tkert baa keen adrlead that field Deputy
Jlsa Bridges aai bee saoc ae wound-
ed by bone thieves la the vlclalty of
Ttshesaiago. A boas U la parsatt of
the gaag. Bridges will reoever.
Aaplad llaaal Oa4a.
A tut t a. Jalr 1.-C C HigbamUh of
Bastrof baa racaivetf a meeaaga autlng
that Seaator Joaeph W. Bailey bad ap-
pointed Paul Baa a ef Bastrop to a
cadetshle la the United Bt&tee aaval
academy at Aanapolla.
Iliad to Oataaaaaa.
Weatherford. Tex July X. Sheriff
Brattoa received a telegram frosa
Cheyenne. Okie. stating that Joha
Cogbura. who Is deputy sheriff of Rog-
er Mills county waa shot while trytag
te make aa arrest.
Sharmaa Tel.. Jnlr 1 Fire Oli (ta
sted la one of the amoklng rooms of
the Sherman Packing company causae
damace to the amount of 12000. fully
covered by Insurance.
Sat fa Farfallava a Ckavta.
Dallas. July Stilt waa Instituted
Tuesday In the forty fourth district
court by the city of Pallas against the
standard Llcbt and Power company
for the forfeiture of the franchise un
der which the company is operating.
Taaaa faille lrla Oal
-.1 I T lliin.lpala nf
salute of nineteen guns was fired as the I rattle Imported from southwest Texas
ootiy waa piacrti auoani iuo vys uu
re being driven out of the territory by
the Indian police action. It is said.
pon orders from the Interior depart
I want c;i-li Money to
this is r;a f.
N'tmc of these prices are rimm!
lOGoyds. Kmbrostlcry Friday )
White gtotls lace atnl satin strij r
25 TritUy wile y
Any brand any Lit'. ...n'cultrr c.
5C Friday sale
Iidiss bleach vcst.lace tffce'
vest Friday sale
Any 25c ladies' vest Friday
Any 50c ladies' vest PjJ
15oy knee pants p'v J
Friday o) f '
Main white lawn ( v
Large sire coui
worth 1.2$ tin . .57
Lonsdale green Tk.i '
Friday only r.
Machine oil competitors price i
Iace hose lace effect extend to to
price 25c Friday
Special 15c plain fine gauge h Fr
Lamp chimney 6r proof Friday r
All remnants of iowhI. jjtc dimitk
10 yds. of lawn 50 kind Frftrs.
25c steak dish 13 indies long. i-n-
Iklts straw jxrsian loop etc up-
nl.ir tritt! vie. Friday . I
4c jc and 6c narrow valencinc laa'y
oniy inia y.
F.mbroidery 3 12 to 4 1-
rrii U Irtil:lV tul
Embroidery handkerchiefs extra value at 35c this
Ladies' embroidered handkerchiefs my price 50c
All over tucking good value at 85c Friday only-
Ladies' black taffeta and gloria silk umbrellas at
actual wholesale cost.
Boys waists with or without collar joc ones fault-
less brand this sale
8 i-jc percale y inches wide Friday -
o turn wen at jc rriaay
18x40 bleach cotton towell with red border Friday
nn . inr .
10 per cent off on any shoe or slipper in the bouse
bj4 as 1 t
Linen for pants skirts or suits best 40c quality-..
75c baby cap embroidery beaden and ribbon tny
cost price 75c rriaay otuy
I will return your money just aa cheerfully as It(
it for any article bought during this sale that is.not a
Arrival of f
the past f
our stock I
Q SUITINQS OVERCOATS TROX Jl
The displcy is very rorrplct
dj the new design and coloriD
very-popUiar uurmg the coi
& JOHN WITTMAN
Aa latpartaal ltilrml t.lak.
City of Mexico. July 2. The Vera
Crux and I'arlflc railroad ha !
completed between Conlovy
Lucrei la. tfinnet tloii iwriie Tex
the Tehtian!eec rallro.siionu M?
point thereby forming ij !ithf!
railway rout" betwwn ttAto farm
Ito anil till point: nortl)
the radlir coal port of
enterinl.-'es In MeXi-
foruiM a link in tb
of Piiu-Aini-rl" nn line.
of thl loail ronncci
the city of Vera Ci nr.
treal express was
hire. Twentr-flve persons
Ave sertoiHiy ami one pro.
uJalenl rtcnilr urocurud bt iua
IVrXlrJM in Pictures of Silve
W.-i-lilimton. Jul 2 .
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