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Loll ol Nlco Goods, but Pushing uit now : COUNTY CONVKHTIOM Shirt Waists ; Straw Hats; These are Koinjr. at Cost. Ladies Oxford Ties At Cut Prices. Dimities and Org&ndies Greatly reduced. NICE LINE TRUNKS un.l V ALISKS. V wiml to you till WVolt Ht 5AM ANGERS. THE DAILY EAGLE. Iniersd at lb roateSbw at Brtaa. Tim IS Second Class mall miur. T COM S ELL Y. I'AI.MSSA CABSU Malcolm :a Kditor. caacaii-rioa rates; t'er Wmi, lOo. . . Per Month. 40c Jwbh BWDBTr-4BBBKBV Mr .1 I. Broach niid wit" of Tubor, have been visiting hid lr thr. Dr. !. M. Broach, here tin j - - - - past week. Crop" n good bott but the north wind lor the punt two day ha dried out tin- ground very badly. Messrs. J. II. Royor.V Hro. havi put in two new gins Md are cutting thru nro- !. n to thr standard 7 ST bole. Sam Kavos of Hryan. here doing the work. Meiers. Ward Ar Gordon of Fort Worth bare boon hn ptotptttiol and will -hip iu nomo machinery and commence work litre pros peeling for coal thin week. Mr. W. C. Boyett of College am W. It. and C. It. McGregor of Mil liand, were lu re Monday. Lester (ientry A Sargt. W H. W. Smith of KoppeV farm were here .Sunday. Hon Uov. THt'WobV.nfi.Y 14, lot. KurtttQ New. The cropo in this prt of the eommuottj i Bno. But every body ii expecting cotton worms. Brother A. M. Stewart com aufued protracted meeting at Kvrten n i Saturday night. A wry large crowd attonded, among .k m ii.ilie.ei). Misses I lura n u ..i - " ' (iiUatii. "i'l Thomas and Heart. Kugene Sample and Al tai OilUtiii from Cottonwood Prairi. Mr. Willi It-ynol'l- and wih M Mr. ami Mrs. A11,erl (:"rPolw tfWilliain-u county. viiiod.Mr. Motion July in ((Ur , on.monlty Mi ). ex pi aijvervM.-k.it toU writing. 1 f Mr. rFi " w 5, a tine boy baby Kdce. .1 Victor f-"' normal to Moore, lliir ey Newt. A gentle rain fell here on Sun day and a norther blew up on Monday. Mine Laura and Bertie Graham ol San Saba are visiting friends an I relative here at present Mr. Dick Jones (,f Brvan came out to ringing Sunday evening last. A tnuscial entertainment was had at Mr. G. W. liraham' on last Saturday night. And also a musical entcrtain inent wan made a pleasure at Mr. W. II. Wiley" n lat Saturday night. The ".'inglng Normal" i in a llouriihing condition at present; starting on Monday morning last with an attendance of about one hundredj students. Kvery cine seemed animated with increased interest. The regular lad Sunday meet, ing was a failure on Sunday last owing to the rain which interferred and the only important Mooting Held by the Demwnvy on UnI Saturday Delegate to the Various Convent ions. The democratic coui.ty cor tan- lion of Irstoo county met alVp tn., Saturday, July H, 18'.'8. The meeting wai ailed to order by A. J. Buchanan, county chairman, who utateil it- object. On EDOtion A J. llu.:hanaii was eleited temporary chairman ami Mali olin I 'an - wa . ! ted l in porary secretary. The chair announced the follow ing committee.-: (In permanent organization V. I, Hudson, C. A. (ilenn, J. K. Kave On credential and basi of re- preienlmtion A. U, Hoard, .1. A. Steele, W. C. Boyett, T. W. Frame, C. A.Olonn, C. S. Jom. J. 0. Llovd. The report of the committee on permanent organisation wa adopt ed making the temporary organiza tion permanent, and the committee on credentials and basi of retire. m utation reported it follows, the report being adopted: IliiVAV .Inly '. lv.tr We, your committee on creden tials and repreaentati I v ! to submit the following the fol- lowing we lind are delegate from the precinct a herein named: Precinct 1 A. 0. Steele, S. Steele, P. II. ArringtOU, J. F. Eevee, J. A. Steele, O.W. I'tmlap 1'recinct 7 It. Boytl, W. J. Moore, M. M.lturford, A.L.Banks, Frank Stainey, J. K. Fanpjhar, J. N. (ioodwin, St. C. Boyett, H. II Harrington. Precinct I W, l Vardley, N. A. Cotnsm. C. S. Jonoa, K. F. Jones. Precinct 8 J. T. .Lines, J. T. Hetki, J. C. Loy.l. .1. W. Malhis, H. O. Kurten, Robt, Hudspeth, Joe Mcllee. Precinct ') J. D. Sander, S. S Kennedy. J. C Illume, Rohert Adam, J.J. Kubtnki, J. 0. Clay den, Mike Hannitin, 0, A. ftinnn Precinct 4 A. i. Hoard, J. A Heater, J. Q. Tahor, Bobt. Aatin Mark Wilcox, W. II. Nail, L. L. Mclnni. V. B. HudOQOX, L. D Mii.ee A. L. Dunnics, S. M Uerden. J W. Leigh, J. S. Ford Malcolm Carna. (1. B. Tabor, O C. McLei'den, (lib. Foter, C Hen.lerson for renresentatifs F ty. filth diitrict. Addresses wore then msdo by S B. Henderaon, A. 0. Board, Judge A. C. Briets, and C. S. Oainor. A motion bating nrevailod authorising the committee to select aa many delegate athey deemsd proper to the various convention, the committee reported as follow, the report being adopted: DISTRICT ATTOHXKY COSVEKTK'N. B. M. Curd, A. J. Kdwarda, T. -II Boyder, P.S.Tileon. J.K.Mslhi. J. K. Smith, C A. (ilenn. J..C. Blums, S. S. Kennedy, Dr. A. J. White, J. W Johnson, W. K. Saunders, A. 0. Board, A. C. Bdoss, B. J. Ford, N. A. Cotnsm, "Ur.muT .i mtm. BICYCLES 11 k i I mCYCLli 5UNDRIES. 1 Hester Cleveland, tumbler and Ideal Wheels are the best. all kinds ol Bicycle lteair work J. W. Leigh, M. Wilcox, J. A. Hester, C. A. Adams. MKI'KKSKHTATi V COS V KNTIOK. 4.0. Steele, Dr. J. F. Kavee, P. H. Arrington, J. W. Leigh. A.L. Dunnica, T. ft. Frame, W B, Mc Michael, J. t:. ltlume, A. J. Buch anan, F.M.Law, Jr., V.B. Hudson, Dr. Geo. B. Tabor, J. B. Astin, Bin Foster, S. S. Kennedy, C. A. Glenn, Bobt. Adam, W.C. Boyett, Id. Far.iuhar, J. S. Ford, C. 8. Jones, W. D. Yardlev, J, II. Mt Calloowh. W. It. rimshire, L. J., Mills. J. II. McGregor. i'OXOKKSSIo Al. I OSVaSTlON. J. B. Astin, W. S. Howell, B. R. Boyall, M. M. Burford, Dr. A. J. White, W. H. Mi Michael, J. II McCullough. Dr. (.. B. Tabor, W. H. Morgan, W. D. Yardley, E. M. Dunlap, Marshall Peteraon, Ghjf Claydon. Jim. D Sanders, OJ . Hannltn. John O.. Tabor, B. J. Ford. J. N. Cole, C. A. Adam-, M. We give siiecial attention to BICYCLES FOR RENT. Xln -Lr. Naortk nrBawknagrsi iioi. i. HAUNTEO BY MEMORY. CITY MkHCTOkY. M Kin Wk. Will Sl..r r..ra' Baaaaaai I auioae that all ol 11a wlw) MM IkS llvloi, freniled force o( that awful oa ahore hurricane will dream about It occaalonallr aa lone aa we live." aald aa ex-blue jacket of tbe Tolled Bute nary, bow llvlnn la Waihlnxton, wbo wa among tbe Vaadalla's iblp' eon pany at tbe time of tbe great naval . dlaaater la Apia harbor, Samoa. In 10" verllna- to that experience. "Kor three ... n . - - - .... ...I ( nt thai ' In. , V. IUIII jr.l . mri . pui wn w. I w mr nets ail sale ainl aouod. ilia iw-iiwo . in orrn KB. Mayor. ('. A. Adam. Maraliall.T. Y. Moyelt. Iiepiily Maishal. K. II Kmltb. -, r, i ai I I oaurer. II. I.. Ithulea. Otty Hexlon, II. II. Jones. ( onatable, C. I.. Haker. Alilermen R, . TaKr, W. Hewetl, W. W. Harris, C. II. Wy.e, M. I.reiic. of It used to get tangled up In my bead when I waa asleep, and I would wake In a tremble and Le unable to sleep for tbe remainder of the night. Hut time ha softened the raggler edge of the remembrance of that horrifying black wind, and OBOS In a spell nowa day ) forget all about It for two or three day at a time. It ill came bark to me with heavy force when lbs Maine went up In the air with a lot of my ahlpmates, though. "There waa one man In my meea on tbe Vandalla who was never uit Wilcox, .1 A Hester, W.Wipprechl, ' rf, :lf.r eut reef. I Ion, lhere I Clnd md the -' i 1 -1 ' nt Betaw k kit. gM br IMCs bytV bol p left laet Monday Ucicl b fain8 .resclilc! .,t .In v ti L. inwa t, I'icnic on 5 Walter Bdgo, Olio Buck J-dPaul W. Hdg'. M -' Miniw Buokhiiult d Molli Motion. t'AllHAil.. mi' -iiiging in i which aa- a live comliinutlon ol various' singer. Mr. C. Wyatt of Bethel, win- has been sick for -one time met his .h ath on last Wednesday. July ,;. The funeral procession was con- s Oainor, F. M. Law, Jr., It. J. Ford Jim Dobrovolney, W. S. Howell, Walter Wipprecht, C. G. I'arson, A. J. Buchanan. Precinct " Tom Fiame, Dr. A. J. White, M. McDonald, Dr. ('. L. McCoy. We lilld on lia-l- ' I core-cut- iilimi that Precinct No. I i entitled to'-'l vote; Precinct No. 7, 14; Pre cinct No It, 7; Precinct .', tj Pre cinct No. i, 'J4; Precinct 6, 't; Pre. cincl 'J, it. Bespectlully submitted A. G Boahii, Chairman of Committee. The chair appointed the follow ing committee to -elect delegates to the vaiiOM convention: A. ti. Steele, precinct No. 1; K. P. Jones, DfMUKt No. 2; J. I. Jones, preiiuct No. ; J. t. Tabor, the afternoon pre. im t I. s. S. Kennedy, precinct (' T. W. Frame, nr net 8; lto ett, pre met 7. Pending the report of the above committee Hie convention instruo ed for the I'oilowiug - ate and (lis Irict ollicers: ('. A. Culberson lor United lncted to Bethel hurviug grounds . . . . . . . I . I I, Cm... .Pa daV following and tier- lai'- -euai.., , ..u.p,i . for governor, J. N.ltrowning lor lieutenant governor, Tom Smith for attorney general, li. W. Fin- mi nozi the remain d' the dcec-. d one wolf laid at rest, surroondod by Aiaawla friends and i I 1 1 ' ' -. ReV, J, M. Bollock prem hed the 1 ley for comptroller, Allison May- it an ,.l"" NW" nn h- aMh an condu -tin neeti l-er tho pn t ..-rt Ncwom. Will (ialveswn ' funeral -urmon in which a stront aniiral waa made, and the deooased brother's charact r-ti , a linked with hi life were shown to bo per Icctlv Chriitiunlike. Ria iield for railroad i ..mn ucr .I S. Kendall lor state superintend L. L. Mclnnis, Durant Dansl.y, Malcolm Came, A. W. Buch- annn. ClVII. COl'HT !' AITKM.s. J. W Doremus, A. i. Board, J. It. Astin, 0. H. Wyse, Sm B. Henderson. Dr. (i. B. Tabor, J. S. ford, A. 0. Brielz. B. J Ford, J. W. Leigh. STATK OOSVKSTION. John Q. Tabor. A. 0, Steele. W, C. Boyett, P. M. Hicks, r. Meele, J. A. BUele, J. f. Esve. P. II Arrington. K. P. Miller, Geo. W. Dunlap, C.S.Jonea.W.D. Yardley, E. F. Jonea, N. A. Cotnam, T. W. Frame, Dr. A. J. Whi.e. W H. McMichel, S. S. Kennedy, C. A. Glenn, Bobt. Adams, Dr. J. B, Kdge, W. H. Morgan, J. B. Smith, J P. Lloyd, J. E. Mathi'. Dave Holland, T.C.Nunn, M. H.Jamea, J. N. Goodwin, L. L, roater, . R. Cavilt, H. H. Harrington, A. L. Bank, W. J. Monre, B. G. Tabor, J. E. Faripihar, B. K. Chalhiun, Dr. tieo. R. Tahor, F. Staaney, L. L. Mclnnis, Y. It. Hud-on, A. J. Buchanan. F. M. Law , Jr., W S. Howell, J. R.Carlelon, J. W John son, A. I- J. S. Ford, S. M. Derden, A. (i. Board, R. H. Smith. J. J. Adams,! J. R. Aalin, J. W. Do- reiiius, Malcolm C'arnes, J I C. Blume, C. B. Wye, S. j It. Buchanan, I, B Henderson,' C. A. Adams, J. X. Cole, M. Wit cox, J. A. Hester. 1 1 co. McLendnn, J. K. Player, Dr. J. A. Adderhold, B. M. Noll, H.G. Rhode, Dr. J. L Fountain, A. W. Buchanan. A motion that the delegate to all convention be instructed to vote us a unit on all questions in said conventions, was o-t Capt. John Q. TabM WM eh i t. d county chairman for tho next two year". Adjourned. A. J. BncHAKali Maic.hm CaMTMi t:hnirmsii. Secretary. Bnttovj RoUw. Taken BO b W. II. NoWOSSO arnica Irayed bolora W. II MeMtebaot, J. P preeUMl No.ii. lira county. Texas, OM black mare with black inane and tail. 4 years old, 11 liiiiid- lilgb, no waa ablpmate with blm for two year afterward, ami his oecaalonal wlldaee waa plain lo all handa. and men wbo've been ihlpmalea with him ine - for be' still in the outfit tell me that he's Just a I idly haunted by ihe memory of the dlaaater aa he waa when laat I saw him. This man waa a ablpwrlght, aad bla name waa Tur ley. liefor we had that bad blow Turley waa a cheerful and aa chipper a man around decks aa 1 ever awapped . .i m i orru cms. Iil.lge, W. II. Ilarinsn. Clerk, . W Mi M . bael. Attorney, A. li. Hoard. Tax OadOSSar, J. I. Adam. Tax assoasor, It. M. Nail. sherltr, T. C. Nona. Treasurer, It. W. air. Dietliot Clerk J C. William. C.iuiiul-aloner- K J. DeanS, Peler lii.ni.s, FoHx l'bllll., P. II. Amot ion. nt si ii max noat . Uaptlat W. C. Foley, Mtur; Here vu-ea every Sunday II a in. and 7:18 p. in Hundav iobooI i a. m.; pray, er meeting Thurlay night. Methialial J. II ( oehran, pastor Services II a. in an.l J p. bo. Sunday , Sunday clioul ' M a. in . I a. .ill. lamgue sanday I p in prayer-meet-ing Tuelay night I'leabvU-r.an-J. I Weal, paator yarna with. bu when he got well of . m,,rnuig an, PDing 1st . lr.1 hi broken arm down In Apia, he waa a changed man. I never aaw him crack a grin after tbe blow, and from a atoui, bulky fellow he became thin and haggard-looking II recovered all right phyalcally from the thing, you aee, but It ort of twlaled hla bead and preyed upon blm. He awung hla hammock alongside of me on the Alert for two year after we were sent up (o duty on the weal coaat again, and N wa a common thing for Turley hop out of hla hammock In a freely la the middle of the night, In port or at aea. yelling like a madman. All handa abandon the ahlp ahe'a going to trlke!' He creatrd a lot of excite ment up forward by doing tbl. but after a while tbe men got used to It and only turned ow-r when they heard Turley howling. "It waa the regular thing for the lorporal of tbe uiarta guard at the gangway to prod tbo poor hap awake when be had these rraiy somnambu listic spells and put tt I in back III hi hammock, for he'd come out of thern mm w.nk na u kl I fell .mil fremMInf all Itrietz, W. Wipprecht, 0Yer rhr WPre , number of ua oa nt of public iiistrin lion, George brand vlalble ai'.l sppraiBe.1 bfT. T, 1 .. .....I I I.' 1 a .it 1.1. i 0)l tilVl'll No Nnle. The toc and tlx tares of M St lawn' inillinery store were not Mon lay on account of the lack of bid ders. They wIU be old Thursday, .iti'y 14, at to o'clock a. os,, at public auction to the lilgheat bid Jet lr east). J. 8. Moobimi, Ja, Truttce. W. Smith lor land cominicaioncr, i Sub P. Mill for state treasurer.1 !'.. H. Bice for jmlgu of ihe court ! of criminal appeal, Ton Brown under my li ind this '."Jml dav .f .lnne, s ,s (I.W. McMi. mn , ,,i 0. CO. B.C. the Alert who were washed up In the Hamoan disaster, and, naturally, once 10 a while we'd get to talking about It Hut It didn't take u lung to find out that we couldn't talk about It while Turley waa around. The men tion of tbe thing In hi bearing would bring an Inaane gleam Into his eyes and he would suddenly begin to talk Incoherently and at the lop of hla voice about reels and dragging anch or and all that, ao that we learned to knock off Hamoan hurricane talk when be was around. I don't wonder, mm h, either It waa an evil enough blow to nigh turn any man'i headgear topsy turvy." oatBje oteniur Bat. Judge Krmnlon tells a good ttory about a man be waa questioning tn hi being good to go on a alx-huudred-dollar bond. "What property have you to th amount of ISOO?" asked Dick. "t have $:ilO In a building assort,. Hon," replied the witness. "Well, and whnt more?" "I have stork la inula to the amouut of i:too." "(io on." "I hat huusehold furniture worth ISO." ' Well, we still wnnt f 10." "I have your note, Judge, for that amount, which you khu me seven year ago m CoHeuc Corner." Tableau. and lib Sunday In earb month; Haaday school 1'4V a. m prayer-meeting Wednesday night. Christian, J. I.. Andrew, j astor Services 11 a. in. and T 16 i. to. Sun day. Sunday school ;mj a. m., Clula nan Kndeavor :i p. m. Sunday prayer meeting Wednesday night. Kree Communion Baptist A. M, Stewart, paator services every Man dsy night In etch montb -unday bcIksiI id a m. Ht. Joseph' Catholic Church -Father Pelnar, pastor; Maas at and 10 a. in. Sundsy. lolMIt WSBIISl.- Ivanboe ( oinmandery No. h, Knight Templar Meet '.'nd Tuesilay incarh montb. A. M. Itliode., K. C ; II . Itlioiles, Secretary. W.T. tutin i bapler So. H7, It. v M. Meets third Monday la earh month. John ij. TlMir II. I' , Joe II Bee.1, Sec'y. , Brwo. i. .,rf. N. -i, . K. , A. M Meet f nrtli b ndav in ecli inonll. . S. II. Iluebmsn. W. M h" B, Keed. Ser'y. Br .. I. alge No. ill, k.ol P. -Meet tir-t and (lord Ttieeday in eacltlnontb A. M. Waldrop. C C . P.O. D Mret, K. of . , s. v'tJSHM bslge No. !I7, A. O, U . W, Meet second ami fourth I I. or. .In In earh month M. II. Jan.,.., M W. Km. leu. ni order. Hryan No l.islgs loll.', K.of II. Mt lint and third Thuraday in earl. month A. Cmden. dictator; A. I. I'l.ilner, rep .rter BinOM Camp No. 104, W. of W -Mes-l second ami fourth Friday in . a. month W. S. Slnart, l (J.J Joe l Keed, clerk. Hryan Ten' No. ;.. K . n f M Meeting i.i.-lita tir-t and third Moqda each month. Ham II. Wilson, (' ; Joe H. Rood, It. K. Bey as I. dge No, ', Booao Forsjni Meet.ng nlgbt 00001 and fourth Wednesday eaeli month. I,. A. Saun ders, prea't, J.hs B, Rrod, llnancier. Uryan bi.lgw No. 409, National Aid Meeting nighta liist and Ihii I V, ,, jday in mob in aStb, A. W. Holm an pr. s'i W. . -tuart, m ') . court Of appeals First dlstriot) R L Henry for congrces district, J. C. Scott fol district st tomey Twentieth district, Sam R. .OllllClItU n i:iiuiliiutloti. old iu,'K" (l1 l'10 supreme court, T. Trt jj l)t B COmpelillve examine- club of the kind si Uec-e lor juiige ni tlie civil , tion lor apiiln ants to the saui iiuuston Normal at Bruin on July ' at I 0 clock Seventh !' U1, T',e evamuiation win lie con ducted ly I rot n. ii. m s in in i 7 With Itep. Iil. Oleto Brli ina inn. A young Indie' elOfl in lwiston Me . proposes to get iraM .idvanikgei out o( their orgat t.ioughl porsllile. I lie girls li'imt-r lift), and they Intend to buy a spun ol hors.-s and a hiirkboard. In this way they bop., to soture the mesne for glvlngevery num. her of the club a delightful ride In ihe tountry at least onco a week and per haps twice. J. wmrviANiN, M ERCHANT TAILOR. Bryan, MAIN BTREBT, Texas. All work liuarauteed ami dot it pri'iiin ly. Ulv him bcbII. njwent to 1$ BSSSh ant - .