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FOURTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 4 1909. nui!;ik ::t At Thoy cro chowinjcn cntiroly now lino of OLK Potti coats - f in all the How Shades and in prices . from 4.5 to SO. Don't foil to gcc the Line -v Crib Blankets in .WOOL OR C3TT01I Dt C5 end $1.25 20-inch Clock essaline 173 fcny. t: St::k A .J. . WAGNER &C0; Coirireei Our fresh roasted Coffee, which we roast every day, is the very best quality and we are sure to suit your taste with our several blends. If you are not using it, ask us about it.. Baniagttn Hall, the stecl-cut coffee in one pound cans. Its very fine. 7l'fMU Faust Blend in 50c and $1.00 sizes. Let us tell you about the coffee pot deal on Faust Wend. Phones 23 and 150 howcll & Newton t atOOMSAMDCOnUBOASTUS OILIEST OF CARGOES TO DATE Rowanmore Off for Liverpool With Freight Worth $1,745,357. fttwcltl to lb Eagla. Galveston, Texas, Nov. 4. The steamship Rowanmore, sailing yester- day for Llverjwol. carried the wealth iest cargo of the season in addition to breaking the record for deep draft thla season. The cargo valued at $1,74.,357, con sisted of 22,000 bales of cotton; 600 tons of copper; COO tons of cotton sed meal; 4300O bushels of corn. The vessel drew 28 feet 7 Inches. was greater than September, and the largest business done In any one month since the company came to Bryan. Freight business Is equally heavy and up to November 1st, the I. A O. N. bad shipped more cotton by 50 bales than op to that date last year. As Mr. Hewitt says the express and freight business handled by the rail roads Is a good Indei to the volume of business done by a town or city and in thla Instance It shows that Bryan's is gorwlng and expanding all the time. FOOTBALL FRIDAY.' Neat Friday afternoon November S, the Waco High school football team will he here to play with Allen Acad emy. This waa the only team that defeated the Aliens last season and they have beaten every game played todate ibis season. The Aliens have iiso:i sees CLASH COMING FEDERAL AND STATE COURTS, HE SAYS, ARE BOUND TO MIX, una is bees Usurpation of Power and Things De - clared to Be Making Sotialists by Thousands. Kpeclal to the Eagl. , Atlanta, Nov. 4. Asserting "that an armed clash between federal and stales courts "has got to come sooner or later." Thomas Watson, several times the populist nominee for presi dent or the United States, in a letter to EUte Attorney General Hart advo cates, armed resistance on the part of the state authorities In resisting a" writ of habeas corpus Issued by a federal court. In the letter of Mr. Watson be says in part; 'The people are considerably wrought up against federal judges. There Is more profound hatred of the federal Judiciary, especially the lower courts, than any Institution la America. Burlesquing the Idea that federal troops would be sent to enforce the orders of a federal court In a case of o l.rior; ycur hzhzz oants end o ivant your tucin::3. Every matter, larje or small, entrusted to us receives our careful, confidential attention. TGdq c G. S. FkTJSR, Prci E II. f-STKUIx-Ttci a. n. nj'ir.:::i, c:: Li7.o::::.v:;,to,iG.b J.H.CCLE j. ii K-ria j.v;.E2!:: "THORNS AND ORANGE BLOSSODS" If! THE DIG TEIS INCREASED FREIGHT AND EX PRESS BUSINESS. In conversation with Mr. L. M. Hew itt this morning the reporter waa In formed that the business of the Pa cific Kxpress Company for October also won all school games so far this season and th? game Friday will be the supreme effort of both teams. It will decide the State Inter-scbolas- tlc and preparatory school champion ship.. AdmUaUm IQ cents. Iadles without escort free. f $11111 One Hundred iiiousand Dollars Deposits We are just Thirty Days old and have One Hundred Thousand Dollars Deposits. This speaks for itself. We want to thank our numerous friends for this substantial encouragement. Your interests are our interest. We invite you to come and grow w ith us. The First State Bank AND TRUSTCCOMPANY OF BRYAN TEXAS 13 Capital $50,000 Surplus 110,000 that kind, the latter continues: "IVesldent Tart knows as well as I do that socialism Is sweeping this country like a prairie fire and that there Is an army of nearly 400,000 ban de4 together, true to organization wbkh their leaders have made and that those men are thirsting for an opportunity to come Into collision with the federal army, That is one reason why Tart and Roosevelt are t-ager to increase the number of federal troops. "The trusts are running np the ex pens of living so enormously that furious passions are raging In the hearts of millions." The letter of Mr. Watson was In re ply to one written htm by Attorney General Hart regarding an editorial which appeared In the Jeffersonian. Mr. Watson's paper attacking the at titude of the attorney general In ad vising Judge Fite of the Dade county superior court to honor a writ of he beas corpus Issued by the federal court here In the Stanley case. COTTON SEED AT ' S40 EACH II That Figure Paid in Keen War Waged at Frost. BIG OIL FliiD mm hsti:i Sixty Feet of Fluid Is In Well Only 150 Feet Deep. Fpecial to the ltle- Austin, Texas, Nov. 4. Sixty feet of oil In a well 130 fret deep was discov ered near Sprinkle, about I mile north of here, which caused considerable ex citement In the city. x John W. Hornby, land commissioner of the Kirby Lumber Company, and R. E. Brooks of Houston, well known oil men, have been here on a mysterious errand, and It was reported yesterday they have secured least's on 1000 acres of land In the vicinity of Sprinkle, where oil haa been discovered. The well In which the oil was found is situated on a small tract of land own ed by an Austin blacksmith named Thompson, who was boring for water when he struck oil. A number of wells are to be aunk Immediately. Is LADIES: 'e have been very fortunate in Retting- in our Fall Goods so early and in such nice condition and have to offer you fresh during November. A CAR OF AMERICAN BEAUTY FL0VR 0 New crop Nuts of all kinJs, New Grits, Oat Meal, Breakfast Foods of all kinds. Dried Fruits of all kinds, Orange, I-emon l'eel and Citron, and our shelves are full of new Canned Goods and Pickles. Our Cakes and Crackers are received weekly by express and our coffee comes in each week by freight. Our fruits and vegetables come in daily. We ask you for your November Account as we know we have the nicest to be had to offer yoiQ Taw Fiona III A 179 Boll Bros. Tfce QsssVy CVni ' Taw fftftai ftp!! to the Essie. Corslcana, Texas, Nov, 4. In a cot ton seed war at Frost, this county, yea terday seed went to $40 per ton and a number of fanners reallxed that amount for all they had. CHAMPIONSHIP BALE. Bryan Layciairio Record Breaking BalsTfCotte Cotton For Texas. The highest priced bale of cotton sold In Bryan since the two or three years following the Civil war, was sold yesterday afternoon. It was a record breaker and by It Bryan claims the ! championship bate cf ceUon of Texas. It weighed 710 pounds and brought 14 1-4 cents. The cotton and the seed netted the owner $119.62. It waa raised by Sando Rebalo, an Italian farmer living near Bryan and was sold by J. M. 8aladluer. The big price being paid for cotton, and In fact that haa been paid for It all through the season, haa helped the farmers out wonderfully, and It is the opinion of those Ina position to know, that the county la In a better condition than It waa at this time last year. A few bales of "top crop" Is coming In and It Is purely and simply "lagn tappe and Is highly appreciated by HBPEB'SJfIITIO'J Will Be Candidate for Court of Crimi nal Apptala. F pec 11 to U Eagle. Austin, Texas, Nov. 4. Senator A. J. Harper, of Limestone county, was here yesterday on court matters. He will not be a candidate for re-election to the Senate, but states that at the proper time he will announce for the place on the bench of the Court of Criminal Appeals, which will become vacant because Judge M, M. Brooks Is not a candidate for re-election. The other candidates will be Judge Felix J. McCord of Tyler, now assistant at torney general, and probably Judge Rice Maxey of Sherman. Our store is the home of Good Groceries and it is ar-yleasure for us to assist the busy house-keeper in solving the problems of her table. lew I.- Fresh California Dried Fruits of all kinds Fruit Cake Ingredients Pickles Sweet, Sour, Mangoes, Dill Pickles in barrels Bottled Goods of all descriptions i Jams, Preserves and Jellies Fresh Oatmeal, Grits, and Breakfast Foods of all kinds Bates Excellence Flour Ganders Drc3. Sellers ofTetao Canned C:;.i A FREE CONCERT. On Thursday the people of Bryan mill be favored with a select band con cert lasting one hour, at noon, and also at 7 p. m. Twenty solo musicians un der directions of Prof. C. M. Daven port, this being one of the many feat urea of John F. Stone's "On The Frontier." POSTED. Notice Is hereby given that all lands owned by as are posted and hunters and others are warned not to tres pass upon same. Mrs. Wm. Andrews. 293 i. O. L. Andrews. Now Tin Chop Noto Bros, have purchased the tools and equipment of Otto Gerke. and have put in an up-to-date tin shop of their own in connection with their Hardware Store. Mr. Gerke, who is one of the best tinners that ever worked in Bryan, is in charge. Panics needing tin work of any kind call at Noto Bros.' Hardware Store and it will be done promptly and cheap fJoto Crco. the farmers.