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Agent Going on ypf You will 1 rry neceat ami nititn'M. thvriirhl thli Toiln ptmilj let! the fair ten lotion M'lt. tMt No. 3 N No. 5 No. 2 8 No. F at v!h r r i J ' 4 mm m sitiir- I I IIMUL.U Ull I Ull I Ull DAY JULY 24 Sweet Potatoes. Best pick potatoes merchandise. Jas Dobrovolny 'nd sack White Cr-t flnur. Jno M. Lawrence & Co Cabbage. Two head tonstitute khlbif . Int premium u k White Crest Hour, Joo. M Lawrence f., 2nd rash, .Ino. I). Coulee Onions. One dozen onslitutea exhibit. 1st premium, lamp, Jno. Sebesta, value 2nd cash. I.amar Bethea ft 00 2 0') 13.00 1.00 $1.5!) 1.00 0 Agricultural Exhibit at Farmers' Union Ware- house rremium lisi. ENTRY RULES. All exhibits must be in position not later than 10 o'clock Friday July 23rd and maat remain until Saturday t p. m. Kach exhibit mux be correctly named. Judging begins promptly at 10 o'clock Friday July 23rd. Award made by Judge are final. No charge for entrance. PREMIUM LIST. Agricultural exhibit at Farmers I'nlon Warehouse In Hryaii Texas. July 23 and Htu. No admission fee everybody Invited 1.1.1000 pretnl umi, cash and merchandise, Farmera Union exhibitions to be made by local unions. . Beat exhibit made by local union $20.00 2nd 1500 3rd 10.00 th Individual Farm Exhibit. lat prlxe, rash. J. A. My era 2nd, caab, J. A. Myers 3rd., caab, J. A.' Myers 4th. caab. J. YV. Ilunnlctitt. . COO ... $12 CO . . . . 7.60 .... 600 . . . . 2.60 CORN EXHIBIT. Boys com anew special Best 12 ears any variety of corn exhibited by boy under 18 years of age. buggy and harness, value $110.00 The above corn la barred from any other premium. Beat 12 Ears White Corn. lat premium 2nd 3rd 4th 6th 6th 7th $H 00 COO 4.00 3.1X1 2.00 1.00 1.00 Tin i.ot The above premiums donated by Farmer I'nlon of Braxoa County Yellow or Mised Vanetiea Beat 12 ears exhibited by boy under 1H years. 1st premium 2nd 3rd 4tb 5th 6th $ voo doo 4 On 3.00 2 00 1 00 1 00 7th 1 M The above premiums donatt-d by the Brazos County Farmers I'nlon Best Display of Corn 10 Eara to Each Variety 1st premium 20tb Century cotton aud corn planter J. A. Myers.. $12.50 2nd Oliver II ateel beam plow. J. A. Myers, value 7.60 3rd pr MoHionlan shoes. Webb Hroa., value.. 3 50 White Corn. Best 10 ears white corn. 1st premium caah , 2nd 3rd ........ 4th '. ; The alxite premium donated by the First National Hank. Best 10 Ears Yellow Corn. lat premium cash 2nd Srd 4th . Above pM tnluni donated b City National Bank. COTTON EXHIBIT. Best 3 Stalks Cotton. lat premium pr Patriot shuc. V. J. Coulter, value 2nd sai k White ('rent Flour. Jno. M l-a rent e It Co. valu. . . . . ,"rd coffee Jno. M. I.a rente k. Co. value FORAGE PLANTS. Oata One Ixitt.l ) constitutes exhibit, lat preniliitn, coffee, Jno. M. Lawrence Co. value $500 3.00 200 1 00 $.V00 300 2 0' 1 0 $j.r,o . 2'KI 1.0 $1 to Millet One bundle coiiflitlltcrt exhibit Ut premium sack American Iteauty flour, K.J. Fountain, value.. $2.00 2nd premium men handlse. W. K Saunders I "0 t Best Display of Forage Plants. 1st premium pair Walk (Iter Shoes. Parks i Waldrop value . ...$loi ?n.i nreiiiliiiii one horse collar. Sanders It ma . value 2 50 Peanuts. Best exhibit M-aiiUts 1st prlxe 3 don qt. fruit Jar. Cordon, Scwall L Co.. vilue 2nd cash A li. Hoard Ribbon Cane. VSix slalks to make exhibit. 1st p'Tn!um atk best flour, Allen Smith, value , "n.l c.Vh. P I- Wlnt.r Vegefb'cs Ut ft ' 1,1 - ii tern. Ions sai k flour . Ioboil.i. ,in 2n: r '' -' ' ' ' melon. W'.ide ( ox, cati Cantelopes. Kite to mak exhibit. Ut premium ticrc handlse. W. K. Saunders 2nd. inert hatilf. W. K. Saunders 1 1) $2.00 1 00 Keriha. $2.00 1.00 II oo it.-st 2 ketshaV men luttidif". W. K. Saunders - t Pumpkin. H,.,t 2 pomp Wln-V. -la K IVn-T. " Marwill. xalue $1.5.1 Tomatoes. Out doen ttmiii. make evhllilt. 1st premium cffell"ell & Newton .. :n,l ctiitfe. li""'" Sweet Peppers. ui. i,..i.iier roll t- He an exhibit. lt oreinlum. cofft-" Well ft Newton Irish Potatoes. llet ,M,k Kiiatoes K-ttyliMk. Jno. M. Cold well, value 2nd premium aack WhiV'r(.jt flour. Jno. M. I.awrcne & Co. . . t l.oo . .. $1.00 $5.00 . 2.00 $2.60 2.60 1.60 Floral Exhibit, nest floral exhibit. Chin Flah Set. T)!-r Harwell. CULINARY DEPARTMENT. Heal exhibit houey and beeawax. ujercbandlae. Eugene Edge lU'nt 2 pounds butter, merchandise. C. E. llullock 4 Co Hecond beat 2 pounds butter, niercbandlae c E Bullock it Co " Hest display of canned foods, pickles and preserver box soap' iiuruuu, newen tc lO ,, 3rd merchandise Chas. Vesmlrovsky .V., ,. , .... , . . .' 1.41U iw U..J..O ui mnueii laous, piekiea and preserves by younar ladv 1st premium pair ahoea. Edge Dry Goods Co. value .... 2nd caah, Jno. lialy "" 3rd caah. V. II. Hudson .'..'.'.".'.'!.'".'.'.'.' For best lightbread by any girl under l years. 1st premium 2nd 3rd 4th $400 2.00 1.00 $400 3.00 2.00 1.00 LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT. Best yearling colt. 1st premium, caah Brazoa Valley Mule Bara ... 2nd. caab Uraxos Valley Mule Barn 3rd aark Stock Food, liensarling Bros, value . " Box stock food. Smith Drug Co. value Beat under year old colt. lat premium cash. Bratos Valley Mule Barn 2nd caah, Emniett Robde 3rd leather collar. J. T. Hanway valu Mules. $7.60 3.00 1.80 1.00 $7X0 6.00 J 00 Best mule colt any age two years and under. lat premium cash. J. T. Maloney 2nd pair shoes. Brandon A Lawrence valu 3rd gallon Kreao dip. E. J. Jenkins, value " Merchandise M. II. James Hojs lat premium Beat pair pig under 1 ear old and over C months 110 yards hog wire. J. A. Myera 2nd merchandise. Eugene Edge 3rd Carbocaraol. Smith Drug Co. value ....'...' Il a ,... .. ........... " 1. uuvrr BIX II1UDIU. 1st premium merchandise. Chas Ve.tmlrovaky $4 y, 2nd ak rice bran 3 gal black strap molasses. Hensarllng Bros'. ... 2 45 9rA Trokl lmmu 1 t- t f.n -. I . . . - . POULTRY DEPARTMENT. $5.00 6.00 1.60 1.25 2.05 $2.60 1.00 Hen pair nrown I-ghorns Best pair White leghorn Best pair Rhode Island He, I Best pair Barred I'Dmouth Kocks .. Best pair White Wyandotte Above premiums donated by O S Park-r. Turseya. $100 1 00 1.00 100 1.00 Best ((iir turkeys, cah. W. T. James Best pair turkeys eab. W. C. Boyeft Bent pair marea exhibited by farmer, pr. Hannaa aboes A. J. Wag ner (o value $.00 nesi pair muies exninitea ny rarmer. Stetson bat A J. Wagner Co ea a ife- ......,.. Best msre and colt, bridle. Cole Hardware Co., value Mlest fleece wool, merchandise. Aug. Scbultxe Best 5 pounds Mohair, box clsara Knox Bros, value ............ Best 6 frjlng sle chit kens 300 pound Poultry food. Jno C. Vlcii 2nd best frying sire chit ken, cash. Parsons': Ray Special Premiuma One Ieer S'eel Beam plow donated by J A. Mera to the man and wife bringing Inio the exhibit the largest family In a Studebaker wagon ; $11.00 tiiel coupie atien. nng tne exnioit. aet knlve,. .. M Kenile k Co -aiue .. .M in eomi-eiing lor above sjw. lal premium should report to Secretary. $200 100 500 260 1.60 2.60 6.70 2.50 rutui.. "There cc a man who h.i made a great deal f money dealing In fu-tares." "A wheat aiwulator?" "No; a fortune teller.--Ba!tlmnre American. The Rubbee Tree. The "India rublier" nlant-FI.-n IeiastlcuH-ls a great tree In the trxp,-.il countries In which It flourishes, ofteu rearhluc as mu -h as a hundred feet blth. lmios!iti;. Iiid.tnl. It l.xiks In aurh comlltlon, with a Taat lesfy crown extemlinu over fortv oe flftr reet outward on each f.t of ik m.. alve trunk and with lmmene buttress in roois tw istinir ami wind na- a!,inr above the pround In aurh a way aa t ieaa tbo natives of India and Ceylon to call It the "enake tree." Sometimes tbes roots grow un Into the tree n.i make the tree look tike the hanran t.t wnicn, it may t mentioned. It La bo- tank-any related. fnsinceelty. "ttir rlvKUsflon demands a greater or less decree of mendacity," remsrk ed the attrue person. "We are con lanuy eneottnterini; aome empty ptirae. aome conrentjonal remark. which Is alolutely devoid of sincer ity" "Thafs rl.'lit," anwere,l the book aireni. -ii.ats perfectly true. I am reminded of it every time I walk up t. the front s.ep where there Is a door mat with tt.e word 'welcome' on It." Washington Star. The Uaual Place. "Can you swim. Conwra! Brownr asked an elderly major. "Ye, air." "You can? Where on earth did r,u learnT "Not cn any earth, sir. I learned in the waterr-Iti.lon Tit Bits. Past Tenses. "It ecu, bovcever" iiil the illt'n. gui.tn.l f.rel:,er u he oneluded ttl story, 'iitnply a mutffr of tieinlsaid." iiu tneun '!ieup.tv. of cour-. cotiat?" "Ah. Uit iN wa told me soiik' time Cor-New Yt.tk Journal. Tactful. "Whatever innde you niali! Brni kltis present ef a (MN-ket comb? He's as bald a. a Miiiard ball." "Tliaf Jutt It. I want to make him think 1 never noticed It." The Only Difficulty. "The world owe me a livlnc" 'That's a!! rllt. old mnn. a long at you can pet somebody to Make you rhlle you are trying to coMeot the haV'-Boston Herald. Tie Right Word. "Why do you csk of him as a fln Uhed artist " "Because he told me he was utterly discouraged and was golnjc to quit the profession, tf that doesn't ahow thit he'a flnlhel I don't know what does." -Chicago Post. The Plain Part of It. "Ild the young man they caught In fraudulent transactions peculate very niu'b? "I donno about that, bat be atole lot " Baltimore American. N SOCIAL CIRCLES. s rin vl:.a . "winiijjr ariernon at r.-. thirty n.emU ra of L. s. Ross chapter " ' """tibl.-J at tho hom., of rr. J. W. Dorenus for the regular months mating. Moat Intire.tln. .a at pii I . vsyvru were rt-nd bv m . dawoa lUj-fti. Buc.V.nan an.t bre and there a palm In 11 Jaru'.'-. the only decorations. X. huth Boatwrlghi and Ann i r U. .rved ptach cream and t 1004 cak. 1 !! were verr acr i"e of Mr.. Davla- hospitality. e The usual weekly metin ..r ,k- ' u. ciub wa. .njoyed by It. meml .. anu uanxa. I '" iia mem: 2 At the C0D(',;s! ,n of .h- I on ThuriuU .M ... rCrT J;2.;,-" - Ublea f Purpose of Ihdn, i,; . , ",oa'U ,he -f Plie: M Tbomaa In the cw..... : ,u ,hc " "! t ch t.bl. . - v Lit" T UDr I m . ana Home. Mrs. Tti- ... . I ferent game was - i-oriea mat I "cn wi ; iter the local chanter I' n r. k. quit enteruinin . I.rr.n.rl .1. M"u I lur Close or ti 1 ough tho courtesy 7t the mZ Z " " of our city hers w.. the ,.r,.n Jnef wh,,e Onl Reed reeei Uklng Mra. Thon.aa to Auatln and of P' L seeing the home of whieh tk. a 1. Irence ami ai,k.. mm. , , "uu- - nuiFrion DreaentMf cresua filled miik . ... 7 was served hr Ih- ,1 v -vuuietieraie Women uusiesc, and thert. being only vacant room. WheB ,b P-f"! bor cu may Mra. Tbomaa aa well aa the other In- ww preaalon. for the verr efforta to brighten the of the dear women and many teatl- . ' Dioniala nf ihnl. . . I A Weddln nf iinn.ii.1 v-im . luuuguuumess are In uruiisacy ana evidence. A piano waa donated by the on of 'ntereat to many Bryan frieada ne"vi nMU Cmtny "J of tb that which occur- never . day pase. W,hout nr red at Union church at Andrewa, Tai- a? m"0" W'lOill0U' oM So"""". on Wednead.y evenlnc. Juo th of Bryan, and la the oldeat Inmate of -rty of Waco, but ipSlZ e llome. We feel confident that the month, ha. made hi. home 1" Southern men of Texa. will vote for rw. Mr. Roa. wa. . .tud.nt at th. n appropriation for ih. a .i v. "oiih0 r.r tki. l . '"""" I tuvt ana la tne eon of , .ur raising mn.is r. noy .unn, on of Bryan, bora whVh ,b ?k T f1"- aft'r Who " B0W MnZ wolch the thoughtfu hnfM. .. llhon m.n " - '"t u ciauuraie recenuoB waa " elaborate lad eount. wn lcwl held after the ceremony. aft,7whTcl! ie. tnua concluding ft 11 LSI Sat tklcaat. I ffh rkTktuv 1 m ... 9 - t.e. i ;uuur COUDI Jeff on a f ernooj,. The next meeting w,l, be bridal trip for Cloudcrof I bfld with Mr.. P. M. Ky.or. the first . . rYlday In 8eHember. The o,.n, . I - t au auiaf OI I laal tiianta krim.. i. . j ... .. , '"" " mooa anu accom- Mr. and Mra. D. V. Dunbv'. i...i umiui k .i . . uospnailty on Wedneadav in.ri.nn. nm . .. . . . , ' """" i - " hiwiib mioaummer lark, t five o clock when Miss Bea.i. h.i a iri.u ... i . ... . ! rT rt , h"'r G'r" C,Ub ' ,he hU,r' oM Thr dan- caraa. The lar . .... I... . ...... " . . u ,, ' ,n "ht of the moon on the wa used In entertalnlna the air..h . . . . . Pern m.r. tk. . . . . - yuu. rowe.i on tne lake rern were the exclusive dxv.r.fi,.. an k n hi ,i . i a -i'i.i7 farioua or tne aeiiclaua their delicate areen aeen.Ina-e.n..an ma.t . ,.w . oe,,c'.u mni muiu uupiementeo dt appropriate for the hewted sea,n. The d.lntle. prepared by the ladle.. 1u' club was In full attendance mtA -i.k liht ..i . .. . . ,., . . - u.wuiigui music ani nappy FB -Ult. SfWnl hfitir. aMs lvsan.kld - . viw ii lira i miiuiiicki rilUUED. dellghtfully sent ln playing five bun- ureo. liellcloua graie Juice wa. ur ed all during the afternoon by !!.., uay lonway, Marr Mclnnla an.i iik. ble S, e. I'rwllns; the ever pleasant game, aalnty score cards wot. The hostess was aslM.l In entertain ing by Mrs. Iiansbv. The affair ... most excellently planned and execti ted and the afternoon uaseH off ... pleasantly the guest lingered king, to ay goodbye to the hostem. who .r ford. ,) sut h a pleasure. An elegant cour-e of cream and cake wa aene.1. Miss .ury Uoard will be Club hostess next Wednesday afternoon at 5:. to. Few thine are Impossible la them selves. It Is not to much means as Perseverance that la wantlne to brine I them to a suiTesjsfnl Issue. Awkward Compliment. T!:ere l u-!i :i t'lln as lMiit t,s t'tvitent!v einii.;.iie!it.irv. A eninti.1 nt d wot; mennini; professor who had w: ::eHM tii,. HTf..rm.'ui.e of a Unit p'.iy In a priMi'e house !:i which li!s ho.;. 'S 1,.,1 t.iUell the le;)di:ii: part lllet th.' :.:ily ns siie crime fpi;i U hllul the ;irta.n. , M.uliini." lie sjild, rusliliiit up to her. y ..li played cvclleMly. That jmrt tl's j-o-i l.i perf.s tl "ti." Oh, no. professor." snld the l.i.ly ri-sj -st:y.- ", youn ati.l pretty wom an I- neej.sl f..r that psri." T.'it. tua.hni." persisi.Hl the profess or, "you have positively proved the contrary Pearson's Wi-ekly. A Bay's Dtfinition. A brUhta. biHdlN.y dcf.ned "anodyne" .. "sniiH'thln? to a aausagw nn" and then I rt-ught Webster's rnalrldffed to his skrptlcal tearher with his finger rxilntlni' trlninTilvint's t. ihm B .r.l. . ..... t. ... ...! T1 VIU1 "aervln; toaua;e jmln." Ml Malvlna TalM.r's contribution t.. the weeks Kalety was a delightful par- 'J given Tuesday evening at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Ta bor. The dainty rooms of this home ere fragrant with cut flowers, arran ',! It vases on tables and mantles. The gallery and lawn were cuzv in art squares, settee and rue, '.ml among these pleasing cnvlronm-nt. thf young ladies and boys. In all the wavery of their summer attire, for med aa ensemble .erfect and pleas. In. Many amusing contests and games ere enjoyed. Among the most amn.. lug. causing much fun and laughter. "as the Sentence Contest. Mr Allw.n Khodes received the prize. The hos- toss was moot al,y saite. in dlsin-n. Hill? Sllth ideaMlre l.v l,..r n,..ih Mrs. Tabor and Miss Iula Tabor. The time sed by ao happily that It was quite late before the guest were aware. Miss Malvlna a parties are al ways lovely, and safe to say this was one of the prettiest she has ever given. At the dose of the evening a course of Ice cream aud cake was served. When the h -at of the midsummer Is reached and we lsh to hw ....nrt... -les to our friends, how K!adly wv uuit close rooms and K t out In the ojK-n. n 1'ild.iy aftfrti.Hm at flvtthlrty Mrs W. C. Das eritertaln.-l the Week Knd club vi It 1 a beautiful gurd.m par ty. A goodly number of club m. nir and neUliNir all In lovely sprlnp at-, 'ire, and brimuilug over with good humor were present. Mrs. Davis was I assisted In entertaining by her mother Mr. 11. o. Iloatwrlght and they re ceived the guests with their accustom- ed Southern hospitality, making each guest Tivl a sihmIuI welcome. On the efia.ly and cool lawn where rugs were pread and real and tables were ida- ced the guests played forty-two under. the spreading branches of the trees. The hand naintcd imm e.r.u . ... . . . . . - . i utilju and very appniprlate; they were ornamented with Dutch eirl and Utile Japa with raised parasols. Pretty banning basket, filled with growing plant, in full bloom with, Mra. Adelia bodaon entertained last t-venlng with a lawn party at ber home in nonur of her niece. Rosalie and Ruth Taylor and Susie Dodaon. The lawu was tHuutlfuIly lighted with Jap anese lanterna and decorated with pot plants and flower. About twelve cou ple were Invited and were met by the little Misses Thelma TaiW .nJ n.. nle Cahlll and were received by the honorees. After games were indulged In. the guests were served with de llcloiis peach cream and cake, by Mis ses Ray Taylor and Luclle Hudson. At a late hour the guests departed with many thanks to Mrs. IVdson for her gracious hospitality. The hay rl.le that the bovs of the younger set gave on Thursday even ing for Misses Florence Smith and Laura Heard of McKlnnev ma. lightful In every reiect. The voung KopK went out on Carters creek and atopied on the bridge where they en joyed a lunch. This moonlight nlcnie with the uual songs and gayety at tendant on a hay tide made It an af fair long to be remeniber.nl by the young ladies in whose honor it waa given and by the other guests. The rhaerones were Messrs. F. D. Perkins and J. T. iianwav. A delightful Informal hoi. Joed Thursday evening at the club room., thirty of the jonng people There were no decorations but the large windows were w ide o-n making the ball pleasantly cool for dancing. Miss Slaughter of Fort Worth and Mr. Seth IVmaret led the grand march. It was a pleasant evening, accompan ied llV .1. lii'tltf;.! int,, i,. en- Elk. d.-d but too aot.n Peach cream wafers were serv.il at a late hour and Miss Bessie Heard of .l, Klaii.y after a delichtful visit of several week as a guest In the Ai-tln home returned on Wednesday morning to her home was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Q, Atln. The trip was made through tlie tountrv , Wiw.. In r .. . ..... v. . m .''I. . ..... I , .. . ..I... aiu .Mrs. Asun will s: the next two months In McKinne). She It. stin's :end Will How.l!. Jr.. U ft last night for the coast to Join a party of young p-nv pie at the country house of Mrs. John Smith. Her daughter Miss Gertrude a celebrated young play wrlcht is th Inspiration of this pleasant gathering. wno win spend a wek fishing surf bathing. and Mrs. Milton Parker and Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Tilson of Houston will 1c Thursday for Colorado w here they will pena the renialnJer of the hoated V r I auuimer months. . . - n i ' - - 1 . -' .