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A large and varied assortment just received. V Webb Broth eirs I. t!i -1 he Ji (Dsihk ; or . - j re i y THE EAGLE PRINTING CO. Bnttrad at tbt Fostofflpe In Brjr". ' Tuas, u Mcond cUst matter. BatM of Subscription. One month 1 40 Thre montbi On year . 1.00 4.00 AdTertUiiig ratea on application. with :.fit:v M 1 pullulated I P rs 81.2 It! 2 1 Subscribera will confer a faor on the management by telephoning the office promptly when carriers fall to deliver the paper, or wlioo chatut of retl-re occur. nKYAN. TKXAS. NOV. 17. . j PRELIMINARY REPORT OF CORN I CROP. The crop rt-portiiiK board f the ! j partment ol ;riuUure. Ui a iu-..u. Inary reiiort, given the Indicated totnl t.nli.ilin if corn for 190! aH 2 767,- 316,000 busMs. compared 631.000 bushels as finally list year, with the quality rent, against SC.'J last year. The preliminary estimate of the corn crop In the principal stst-s In aa followa: Illinois. 3fi6 million bush ela; Missouri. 21T. million": Kansas. ml" ion: Texan. 117, million; In diana. I9 million; Ohio, lil million; Oklahoma, ion million. The avera yield per acre In Illi nois la 3.1.9 bushfls. Iowa. 31.5, Ne braska 2I.K. Missouri 20.4. Teas 11.2. Kansas 19.9. Indiana 40 Oklahoma 17. These figures are presented for the consideration of Braxos county farm ers. It will be noted that of the great eorti urowing states Texan Is next to the bottom of the list In the total and the very last in the ucro:i(j yield per acre. The drouth may he plerded as a partial excuse for this bad showing lut Oklahoma. Kansas and Nebraska suffered from this cause quite as severely as Texas. It la our belief, though, that Hrazoa county farmers have done a good deal better than the average for Texas. Kroiu the way those 'wild 'jeesc honked last night we suppose they were afraid the norther would catch them before they readied the tepid waters of the gulf. The Houston Post, says: "Exper!- nionkeya are Immune against pella roenta In New Orleans ahowa that r" but Just w hat good that Informa- Bryan, Texas Sjlii it tlie businiif of firms, corporations and individuals who may rely upon courteous ronsuleratiou and the very best terms that are consincnt with food business methods: Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent tlon la going to do the people we ran merchant marine. There are ma don't , know." Possibly ft w ill not do any real good but it will probably promote an In crease In the nnmlier of those w contribute 'to the gayetv n n ' by making nionkeya of 'themselves. The advocates of the ship subsidy steal continue to assert that thelra la the only way to build up an Amerl- ny people, now living "who remember (ho time when the sails of the Amer ican merchant marine whitened every sea and there wa'a no ship subsidy. Neither waa there a protective tariff. It was protection that killed the mer chant marine and the way te revive It Is to kill protectionism. Those who have been dreading Da vidson's announcement and hoping It wouldn't come may still comfort them selves with the theught that he Isn't nominated yet. After the primaries. If he should be successful, they will still have a straw to cling to in the thought that he isn't elected yet. We note from The Eagle that tliej exhibit of llraxos county at me nan Antonio fair captured all the prizes. In the meantime we are doing noth ing to let the iwblic know that there la such a county n Crimes or its location on the map. Our compli ments to old Hraos Navasota Ki-amlner-Ilevlew. Says the Dallas Times Herald: "The press of Texas Is fully aroused and the press of Texas Is dangerous when fully aroused." A free press Is dangerous only to evildoers. All public men will do well to heed the admonition of the Apostle Paul: "Will thru then be not afraid of the power? I Hi that w hich Is good anil thou ahull hrve praise of the same.-' MW. WAIT- until the leather DRIVES you to it FORSIGHT is better than HINDSIGHT No matter how late a train1 may he it will get in some time. No matter how long Autumn may linger in the lap of Winter, sooner or later you'll find Jack Frost arrived. Take time., (and the pick of a fine overcoat stock) by the forelock; OVER -RAIN-- h $15 UP Every Slyle-every Shape-to Fit any form or figure LET US SHOW YOU Our Clothes Specialties UiAz for us by Celebrated Master Tailors Clothes that arc made the only way in which absolute per fection can be obtained highest quality of materials, ex clusiveness of patterns and finest of tailoring. Toda perhaps you arc going to devote a few minutes to the buy. ing of a suitsomething you wear for months. Our Clothes will give satisfaction until the end of wearing time. IX Av I Mats The celebrated Stetson and "C. & K." Hats instil the new shades Soft Hats 03 ,up Stiff Hats la all dimensions $3.00-$4.0(f Underwear Medium weight ribbed Underwear in cotton, cotton and wool mixed and a'i wool. Shirts and drawers to ma,tch. 50c to $1.50 Outing Flannel Pajamas, fancy trimmed with frogs or plain . ."Oc to S1.50 " ' Shoes Shoes in all leathers mitable for any mail's need. We've one last that is specially fine for iilen Who Walk Or Stand Much' Come in and let , us try it on. Heavy Shoes for Wet Days. 111 i MM wo IIP OHiE .. IN AMERICA . AND .. ONE rjAKE ONLY Of all the ready-to-wear clothes made in America, those made by but one house were chosen as best fitted to enter an Englishman's home They arc the SIM mm midboi) & La ween Made in Rochester, N. Y. , The man who Elected1 them from among their con temporaries is II. G. Self ridge, whom the late Marshall Field of Chicago called "th best merchandiser in Amcr r if i l t l ira. acitridge knew nis business when he Tnvaded the heart of London with a mammoth American plan department ttoxc and bearded the British Lion in his very den. Hit store has made a tremendous hit in England. . Our clothes are made by the same tailors, are identical in style and material, and bear the same Stein-Bloch label. They are ready for youjo sec to try on here. I Mb . - x .