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Fine Toilet Requisites
AUli TMIi PKOPHK THINGS H)K LADIES.. AND VH) LET We have just lb-wived quite a Coinnh-te Slock of Hoger A Oallel 'a VF.UA VIOLKT KXTKA'T. VIOLKT I)K I'AHME KAC'HKT r)V I) K II. SAVON A LA VIOLKT DK I'AIlME SOAP, SAVON A LA VIOLKT SOAP. 1'OUPKK UK KIJ5 "ANT11KA" FAIL It) W I) Kit. Tbelr Fragrance Is Latin and in.ml d, Hatful, and one uod you w ill fln.l lt..r A 0H.f Toilet It. -mUltc ho l-a-jinntlng mid Sii..-rlor to otl.. r ii.ak.-s that you will not nlmndoti th.iu. Wilson & Jenkins, IMIONK JO. IHtYAN. THE DAILY EAGLE. Kntered at the postofflce M second Class mail matter. BV CONNELLY A CABNK". Pit Week, 10O. per Mouth, 10c. Fill DAY. 8K1T. 12. M'jr. BUSINESS LEAGIE. Proceedmjs of the Refolar September Meetlof. The regular September meeting of the Bryan business league was called to order Tuesday uight with Provident Saunders in the chair. The minutes of the last meeting wre rend and approved. insurer Burger's report show ed a balance of 117.46. The artesian well committee was instructed to invite Mr. Ons War necke, an experienced wjjll man of Houston, to appear before the League at the October meeting in order that he may explain bis proposition to bore an artesian well in Bryan. , The city council and the water works people will also be invited to be present in order that some agreement may be reached. L L. Molnnis reported lhat the banquet to President Houston would be given on the 23rd of September at the Exchange hotel. Mr. Burger reported that the committee appointed by the League bad appeared before the railroad commission and that the desired ruling requiring the local railroads to switch cars for each other had been made. A petition from Alaska wai re ferred for recommendations to L. L. Mclnnis and K. A. Berry. Mr. Monroe IMge asked that a committee be named to procure funds to get up a Brazos county ihibit for the Palestine fair. Messrs. Edge, Ettle and Berry were apjiointed. The following resolution was read and unanimously adopted : Be it resolved by the Business League of Bryan that we hereby unqualifiedly endorse Dr. George R. Tabor for reappointment as State Health Oflicer, and give as our reasons for this endorsement: That Dr. Tabor was Health Ollu-er of the City of Bryan and of the County of Brazos several years, and in the discharge of his duties he was courteous, but firm, prua ent, vigilant, untiring and fearless. Since his appointment as State Health Officer he has exhibited the same traits of chaiacter in the -i.lr fuld which tended to make his fervices here so valuable to the community. We believe the Im portant interests which are con fided to the- care of the State Health Oilicer will be zealously guarded by him. The usual budget of bills was ap proved, and the League adjourned. The great oil fire at Beaumont continued to rage yesterday, cover ing an area of about four blocks and involving about fifty wells, most of which were closed. It was hoped the fire could be con fined to the Ward tract and hun dreds of men were employed build ing levees at points of danger and laying steam pipes to check the flames. The looses will foot up several million dollars. The fire was caused by a man going into a settling tank with a lighted lan tern. The tank was blown up and the man badly burned. The late lamented Col. L. L. Foster prepared a report showing the value of crops produced along the Bnzoa river and tributary streams, as follows: Cotton, 120, 570.310: corn, 15,103,879; wheat, 12,500,000; oats, $421,914; sweet potatoes, $."SG, 100; Irish potatote, IS7G.4O0, -agar, $900,000; hay. $510,553; wool, $150,034; cotton seed, $3,440,800; hides, $10,000; mules and horsey rt,2,310; cat tle, $23,976,5o); cotton seed meal, oil, cakes and hulls, $1,202,000. Total, $75,710,510. George Gould is en route to Tex as to look after his railroad inter ests. ELEGANT It the Word Thst I ittinglv l)ecribes our Larjje an Coin plite Stock of FALL NECKWEAR, Which Just Arrived jotcrdav. The Wit of thi Looms lias Wen Exhausted in the production of the NEW SILKS. Ev cry Kuii a id Rake Conceit in the Latest Fashion and Color ings in Here. Latest Novelties, Black Four-iti-hands With Bryan, Central Texas Fair; A. & M. College, Alien Academy, Embroidered in while on end. Also Com plete Line of Initial Four-in-hands, In 25 and 50c Grades. Be loyal to your Col It pe, Town or Fair and buy a tie to rep resent it. HUNTER & CHATHAM. H. & T. C. to Houatoa-Qalvestoa. For special train passing Bryan at 3:ti5 p. m. Sept. 13, will fll round trip th-keta to Houston and Oalves ton, fare f.'.OO. Tickets going good on spm-lal train only. Tickets cood to return on regular trains from (lalveston up to K:25 p. m. Sept. 15 and Rood to return from Houston on regular trains up to 10:W p. m. H.pt. 13. W. 8. Wilson Agent. CENTRAL TEXAS FAIR, BRYAN, TEXAS. OCTOBER 14, 13, 18 A 17. PAUL BRAM.KY. Mcfy. Woman Salaldaa. Memphis. S.'pt. 12.-MIss Elnora Urott. sued 17 years, a popular youns; lady, hot herself here at her home w h sulcMal Intent, and died from the wound. The yoiinn lady had been suf fering from melancholia. Snat Woraaa Bad Sulold.d. Pli hmnn.l. SpDt. 11 As the alletjel result of Jea'.oimv Louis IJerkley, an employe of a loral theatre, nhot anJ dangerously wounded Miss Annln Kess- ler and then snot nimseu tarouga mm heart, dying Instantly. - Know la m'H Ikiia. rt S n . Sent. 11 The first snow storm of the season fell Thursday. It melted as It r;i. At iuii mountain and other points north of here tbs ground Is white. I 1-4 ml HI. Wound. CrntVett. Tel.. Sent. 13. Cua Ken nedy, who was shot Wednesday nlgbt, died here. Jack Sims was rut several times In the affray. The difficulty was the result of ' matenmg or mo annus. Cn.ap llreeil fr Haa Aataala. Kin Antonio. Scut. 12. Competition In San Antonio between eastern manu facturers of yeast will result In rbeap bread In this city. A representative of one of the yeast concernj Is la the city and .has made arranKements with a number of local bakers to use delu sively his yeast, and from them he will purchase bread by the wholesale and furnish It to retail dealers at prices that will enable them to sell two stand ard weight loaves for 5c. 1 M1F1IS KJ W fHt CL0TNINC. f CZ; arfl 111 m Of course you would like it to 13 appear as if made for you. H Vant it to show all those little kinks that its so hard to get ex Scept in the finest made-to- E3: measure garments. You get them all in aSchloss Bros, suit ( RwORK j We make a specialty of aklllful prescription work. The Acme of quality and correctness Is Insured by our label on your medicine bottle. Have You Ever Tried Emmel a Prickly Heat PowJer Bag? unique in application, a certain cure, HARMLESS. It is EmmePs Prescription Pharmacy. n nri"i" 3 1 if h ii Have you been buying clothing that gets out of hnpe, loses its color and looks bad after a few months wear? If so, you're just the man wo want to tit from our new and mammoth btock of Schloss suite one that will look well as long as there is any left of it. Style and pattern equal to the hn est tailored. if ff if if Boys School Suits. We have just put on 5ale the moit com plete line of Boy and Children's Suits we have ever shown. For all ages.To suit all purses : : : : : We have them for the careful, fastidious boy and for the rough and ready little fellows who require some thing as tough as leather. Call and take a look. ii 1 ( m I j ,r i 1 I This ubil On Garments : J7 Wholesale Drapers 1 f CorvmONTio isti I Waal Cklaa Ioinlralloa IUlrlt4. Manila. Sept. 12. The buslnesa men of tbia city are organizing; for the pur pose of agitating for limited Chinese Immigration to the rhlllpplnea. They have planed to send a memorial and possibly a delegation to Washington. The Philippines commission may en dorse the proposal to permit limited Immigration of Chinese as labor here Is scarce and high wages have to be paid. j . Mlaa Kkallaf a Maraa. La Crosse. Wis.. Sept. 12.-M!as Kate Shelley, the heroine of many poems and writings in pros, who. when a child, sared a train load of people from death by creeping over a froxeti bridge In Iowa. In a raging storm and warning ths engineer of the danger, has been engaged by the state Insane hospital at Cherokee. Iowa, as a nurse. Miss Shelley is quite old. Jm.m. Oalr Oal fa Mafae. Cleveland. O.. Sept. -Mayor John ana renivlnc to an Inaulry from a Sorioifleld. O. newspaper, asking If he was a candidate for governor and Inr nraaldant. Wrot as follows: "I SBS not a candidate for anything eicept for mayor neit spring. It Is my belief that my Held of Wfnlnene lies very close to fas city of Cleveland. Guarantees Superiority and Reliability 11 WIN. I FICKEY. OUMVaaaMMttWi;aartar fakvra Fii-key. Tx.. Sfit. 7. We a line rain here this week whi did damage by knocking out cotton. a Jack Lawless passed through here tt Sunday. 5 Missfs Minnie Wilson and Lola Mciiee of Cottonwood viniled Miss Wheelers Saturday and Sunday. Jess Wheelem and wife visited the latter's mother. Mrs. Carroll, Saturday. Lawrence Mo Wharton and fam ily vifited Fuller Bailey and wife of uryan last week.. , Z MifS Alma (irant, formerly of f Bastrop, but now making her borne If ss New Feed and Grain Store the K ILC. Harder & Co., Props. with Dr. and Mrs. Drummond. visited friends here Saturday and Sunday. Correspondent. DRIVE THEM OUT. College Station, Tex., Bejt. 8. You are right Kx-Uov. Hogg. Drive them out the six shooters and the cowardly akunks that are packing them around In the lower end of their breeches for the aole purpose of tak ing the advantage of their fellowman. Dilve the cowardly skunks out and then we will almost have a paradise to live la right here In Texas. I pray Ood that the good people will drive them out. T. J. Oray, A Farmer. Grain, Hay, Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls and Everything in the Grain and Feed line. We are now offering Firstclass Seed Oats, Rye and Barley. Call on us at Kandy Kitchen old stand. FREE DELIVERY. IE. O. Harder & Go. o c CalMaTMSfcMaraansMaaTarastiaO Oa1)SltMM(arar)SSlt)MaSaTWaQu Marlia Street Fair Kept. IS to 19 inclusive H. A T. ('. will sell round trip tickets from Bryan to Marlln, fare I2.:t0 limit of tickets Kept. Xi. Special dav for traius passing Bryan Hept. 19, ticket sold at 1.2i limit 8ept. 20. W. 8. Wilson Agent. Notice. I hereby give notice to all persons not to sell my wife anything on cred it to my account. M. Koelach. Bryan Tex., Aug. 20. 1003. w. c. roCNTAI Birav. TKXaJ A Barnla. Four room house, uug well, good barn, M acres of land, fine for truck farm. Worth 11250, will sell on easy terms for 1700. Cliff A. Adams.