Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 268, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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Yc have" a complete new stock c L 1. j I.J
Cloth and Oxford bindings; if you needac!;eap
bible wc have them If you need a fine Oxford
Leather Hible we can please you In style and
price. We are showing a swell line of leather
bound books in the titles of Faust Lucile
Hums Longfellow Whittier The Greatest
Thing in the World American Authors and
Their Homes lite just the thing for nice gift
WILSON & JENKINS.
IUE DAILY EAGLE.
KnUred at the nontoffieo M cond
Claim mall matter.
BY OOJt N KI.LY A CAUSE.
fif Wmk ir.o.
per Month 40c
OBITl'ARIES AXP RESOLUTIONS.
RETORT ON COTTON.
MaW cf thl ! h' h Meoi tlrt'T
!Bii-r in i l''-t r ht-r tj l" f
udil ons.ur irvllTliliala. In hml lor t two
.ri. nr. rrr. ruinuihu that thia ocent in a aworn officer of
ani tmwm.t f.nF fctld t ill. UmI. I
A New Plan to Secure Quickly Accurate
Slatiftici of the Cotton Crop.
Mr. Win. 8. Howell of Kryan
h;t heen Bjx)intt'tl a local ppecial
agent of the Census Ollice to rol-
lect cotton-cinninjr ftatistics for
this county and we join the Gov-
ernment in urging the ginner-t to
give Mr. Howell their hearty pup.
tKrt and co-operation thua ena-
bling him to make prompt and ac
curate returns. We would irn-
precs upon the cinnera the fact
1 fill TEXAS
features of the Second Day Races
Riipi.it Contest tic.
The second day of the fair wit-
ne""eii the attendance of largo
crowds in ppite of a counter at-
traction. The morning was epent
by the crowds looking through the
exhibits and patronizing the vari-
The roping context was also
pulled olT in the morning. There
were five entries. J. 15. Matcek
won the first money by roping and
tying a Madison county ctecr in 1
minute 2'.) second; John V. Hicks
won wcond money in 2:15 Henry
Ma-reach won third money in 5
minute fourth money w ent to V.
Payne who tied hia teer in 1:30.
I'ayne and Frank Konecny lost
out iu the fir ft contest luth their
atcers breaking out of the cncloi-
ure. It was agreel that they
hould try it over for fourth prize
and I'ayne won.
There were many amusing inci-
dents connected with the contect.
The rt pe hroko iu one or two cans
and in one instance a cuddle was
jerked oir. Two teern weic dow n-
ed by "main t-trength ainl uwkard-
nesn' alter they had jumped up
from the firnt fall.
The rac brought out large
crowds in the afternoon. There
were five events on the program
and same of the contest were very
exciting. Another exhibition drill
nixs given by the liht artillery.
I'very minute the Mrike lats
means lort votes for t lie republi-
cans. Cleveland seems to he afraid the
republicans will ritfbt about face
and ( rowd the deiincr.its oil their
tarill' o-ition. They hive the
nerve if it heroines expedient.
DR. W. A. ADOtS DEAD.
the Government and that their re
ports are forwarded as given to
him directly to the Census Officv
at Washington without passing
through the hands of any middle
men. I he information given is
held as Htrietly confidential and
the operations of individual gin
ners are not divulged. Upon the
joint cooperation of the cotton
growers ginners and local agents
mutt depend the pucct of the
Ceiit-us Ollice in this im uiry and
its ability to render this great ser
vice to the Southern people and to
all interested in the cotton statue.
The Census Otlico has demon-
strated in three annual reports.
the fact that the ginners are the
only reliable eoiirce of information
as to the volume of the annual
cotton crcp. This is very compli-
mentary to ginners who no doubt
will feel a pride in Mietaining the
In undertaking the frequent and
hurried reports now sought it is
of vital imtor'ance that the re-
turns Ik) made with absolute uni-
formity and that all b received
at Washington at one time. This
result could not be expected from
individual reiuets made by mail.
The statistics for the October re-
port will Ik collected during the
week Ix-gi.ining Monday Dot. 20
and ginners should keep such re.
ords as will enable them to fur
nish promptly the required infor-
mation. These returns will be
tabulated and th result published
within ore week from their receipt
vou need It now
The fall neason demand it.
We are hnwinjr. a large as-
sortment of the newest rhapc
in AUTUMN HATS nobby
and Mjlifh from hrim to
crown. Evary conccivabla
bhade which fashion has de-
creed proper at quick good-
b)e prices. ti & (3
We sell a good stjlish hat for
A better one for
Better still for
Passed Awiy Suddenly Yesterday Mora-
ine at Tort Worth.
Mr. Cliff A. Adams of this ciu
whs Miiu.iioned to Fort Worth yei-
lenlay on aci.nint of the mhIki.
death of his brother Dr. W. A.
Adams in that city ye.erdi
morning Pr. Adams was l; jam re
oid and a native of (ieorgi.i. lb
wts highly e.lueated in his profes
sion ami otherwise and was one ol
the most distinguirhed and toicce-s.
ful physicians of the state lie
came to Texas twnity-tivo yean-
ago and mado his home in I'.rjan
several years. Ho was one of the
best known railway surgeons in
the country an. I was medical direc-
tor for the Kquitahle Li fa for Tex-
as Indian Territory and Arkansas.
Dr. Adams was jwrsonaily very
popular and his death was a great
chock to his friends in Bryan.
Dr. Adams will be buried in
Kt. Worth. The time for the fu-
neral has not been announced.
I). Call of It numoiit is hi the city.
Ir. and Mrs. If. T. Coulter are
here from Rockdale.
list Between Hryan and talr
grounds some Wells-Fargo espn-
o". livery tk sheets. Kinder will
pl ace return to K. II. Iomax.
There wlllbe I calhd in etlnu' of
the A. . C. W. tonight a K oVI.u k.
'Mm Fourth Infantry Hand V. S. V..
will he present. i:. freshmentH. All
iin nil'ers of th order ar ured to
And so on our hat climb the
f-cale of merit step by step un-
til the finest in laud i met at
Each grade the best for the
price whether in Dtrbjs
Panama Fedora or staple
shape. Call it see fall styles.
Morgan i get tint? interesting. It
is said he has declined to put up
for the republii-.in campaign fund.
The state revenue aent holds
that faith cure practitioners are
liable t ) a tax as traveling doctors.
The I. t (5. N. has ordered
twenty-two new locomotives ami a
large number of flat nnd tank cars.
For Sale Clie 2 U'ool. In rc. gen-
tlt. family hiu'y lo'iM s a n'. mm--U
i i 1 -1 tt i i 1 fiirio w ii n an i l ra .( I
half Jersev Iwiif ll.-l-ti in milk cow.
ainl a pood lieifr H montlis I I ; w ill
si II III! l-r separate. See J. (J. tiri-L'
at once in r cll pin factorv. -7o fit
DO YOU HAVE HEADACHE?
lor Ht.id.uhe and Ncui.ili.i t.ikc
X-RAY HEADACHE CURE.
One I)o-c (Jives Ktlief. Trv it'
A Few Minutes Kuh With
Kclicve Kheuniati-ni I'.iin in
Hack. Sprain Sorcncs- Stiffness.
Manufactured android only at
nrnmel's Prescription Pharmacy.
The races at the fair grounds
yesterday afternoon were spirited
closely contested and at times in
tensely exciting bringing the
people in the grand stand to their
feet amidst ringing cheer. Some
times the fini-h was eo close the
judges had to give their undivided
attention to the wire. The greatest
interest centered in the third or
idiis' race. The drivers were
Miss Nan Parks Mis Mae Cole
and Mis Fannie Lake
The events were as follows:
First race pace half mile heats:
I'.lonwood won Nettio Dillurd
second Robert J third. Time:
Second race running one mile
dash: Billy Patterson won Belle
Ashlyn second Sam Bennett third
Time 1 :'0.
Third race pice or trot half
mile heats lady drivers: Prince
won Monte Carlo second Tom
Bell third. Time: 1:10.
Fourth race pnee half mile
heats: Grey Fox won Frank
Chancpy second Belle third.
Farmera' nnd ex-Confederates'
a. in. Grind guard mount by
Regulars V. S. A.
10 a. m. Bind Concert -1th In-
f.mtry Bund II. S. A.
11 a. m. Parade of Stock
12 Noon Sergt. Baldwin in his
hill oon battle in the clouds
2 p. in. The Usees.
.':30 p. m. Exhibition drill by
U. S. Artillery.
S:30 p. ni. Superb dramatic per-
formance in the Auditorium.
10:30 p. in. The Baldwins in
their daring specially.
I. & (1. N. Excursion San Antonio Fair.
17th to 2!)th inclusive tickets
Inn i ted to Oct. 30. Fare $;.15
round trip from Bryan.
On Oct. 17 and 1H limited to
Oct. 20 and on Oct. 23 . limited to
O t. 27 and Oct. 28 limited to Oct.
30 special sales 13.00 for round
trip from Bryan.
The big thing
liven hod v s goirn; to be t!ure!
THE GREAT SAN AN-
October 18-29 1902.
$50000 in Premiums & Purses
Greater. irainl- r t liau e r In -fori.
Moif ami t-etn r It o nu'
Keiit. Tin praint ra'il rj--inpeolitest.
tin-wok spi ctuele every infill
I TEXAS RNLR9ID
A Jiriiinl t'liiiuli-iiurail'-ii ft ht
pii-.luetsof AIM' INlit 'SI KV
A N 1) N A T I li K .
Tim I. V i. N.. that f.ivori'-
t htiroiiplifare f-r San A ut i i.i i
visitors ell- r ninny iinluee-
lllelits fur . Vmi to net t li is M .1111-
ni-ili l.i--iM'o. F.XTKFMI'.-
i.v i. i:xct i:iis u.ii. s
ainl r'pi eial train ntraiu--hmMi
tlur llpelit will Iske pit a-oilc III
I I Kiel.. l. J. IMtH'F.
2ml V.I'.AO.M. (l.l'.AT A-
CENTRAL TEXAS FAIR
OCTOBER 14 15 18 4 17.
PAUL BR ATH Y. off.
AM Kin.Nof I'lNi: ntl'ITS received frosli ovrry
day ninl fan fully JlamlM. Also a cleun fresh
UpstosSate Stock of Groceries
Nnno r.'tt r lew an (Jood.
OnltT from You To DAY.
Wo will Appreciato an
S. I I.ALLPHIN
MUS. C. M. BROCTOK now ha a full line of the
mo-t fjhi. .liable fall and winter Millinery. A10 a
han.Uome line of SILK WAISTS; agent for tailor-
m.ule Suits Waist and Skirt made to your measure
any ptice and t)!enuw ant. Sat f.uti..n guaranteed.
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Shl.l). I have K pumd'i t-f choice ftch Tur-
nip veJ asMnteJ varieties now is time to plant
V"? . '-;
R c a d n For o
.0 SUITINOS. OYURCOAIVS TROUSKRINQS.
Tl.c dicplay ia very .'orn.i-tt. t-rnbracinpj all
ffrv lli" new tU-sins and rolorititr. Thcsu will be
Vt ry popular during tht'Voniiii K anoti
.lOHX WITTMAX Thcl Tailor.
Arri .il cd fai ries within
ti e pat few :!.! that
practii ally com p r t c d
our stoi k of
To Mends and customers!
I W III et thll-li a ht I li I ly e i-li I . i T-Ti" i " '.
lt i.f .Ni-vi iiili. r. l-. i r 1 1 n- in my J. i iiy
lure III lie relnalk'il llli. i v . r V ' I I lee li'-
ilueeil ; i wiy pi i ui! I..- m j lain li.;ur m.
tiueai in'iii himie; nut- iic ( all I
know lliis will ii ; i I v 1 1 ii i 1 1 r a i i al . f i r
you will r- ii. tin n. in in. .N niisiak iluiiii-
a rush. My i ic- h . . : i mh Ii a line It:.- 1 u
w ill nun ly nay ..u to call ami h..-k I droiili.
ICi'llH'llller I UUlk" no I Ii'ki N l"lt Will rellilnl
Inoney on any jit 1 1 1 inil Mil ilaeti.l v. A
rush luislii.'ss is (In- ace .r all inniiev-i.av-
'"s' I'I-I-mIo tin ir trailing. I iuaraiii.e
sal ulal urn to all iny eust.iiuerH. an I I will
only liaiulle Hie vi ry In ht nt j;i...iU. aU t
t-han of yoiireasli l.n-li: SH i Jk 1 . fr v
prleeH will Justify you in O-iln- jour Imisii..h'h
wlih tin. I liaiikiuir you f.-r ..ur liii.r.il
luitromu'i In tin i-asi ami wiijillf u slmre
tin sauii iu tin future I remain vmirs
J. M.. Caldwell a Agent.
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