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r Pure and STRONG Rich and CLEAR MllKv fracrana- of the fo'i-st" "It has the tanir of the Northland" a Comes from far Canada win-re tlie maple row struii; est and sturdiest and where the vn flows year after year with a uniform strength, purity ami excellence. N"o other Maple Syrup lias the merits i mu:.kii., Ml 3 it is ix)sitively T1IK HICHI-ST GRADK KNOWN ffu InLARKE & f OUNTAIN ' Phone 17S "Handlers f Monarch" 'riionciu S3 TOE DAILY EAGLE. Entered at tha poatofflca aa second Claa mail matter. Y CONNKI.LV & OAHXI. PirWwk, 5: ?er Mouth, 40o. BRYAN' TEXAS. SKP. .T. I'.OX Sara Parks hid fair to loom up in history as almoct a big a man as Sam Buck. In an important opinion by the attorney general, tax collectors are advised to decline to receive payment of poll taxes before the first of October. Thin i his opinion after construing section 12 of the Terrell election law. Pity that we haven't time to en- iov this tine weather now that there ii a spell ot it so rare. It is delightful to he outdoors a littie these line days; not outdoors load ed with such a burden of work that we cjinnot see the beauties of the season, but out a little while at least for pure recreation and en- Col. K. & Peters is sirw-i0-vlH?nl. South Carolina to purchfe'e cotton seed for planting. That humane society that was Ulk;J of for Bryan some time ago, crjght to organized. The railroad commission is now after the lumber freight rates with pruning knife, and the lumber men of Seutheast Texas are agitated. The railroads will post extracts from the Texas game law, with the view of giving it such publicity that no one who cure to oliey it need le ignorant of its provisions. This is Sunday. If you drive to church, while you are inside for an hour or so participating in divine service, do not leave your horse reined up so tight that he will he in the utmost misery all that long while. ' A meeting of the evecutive com mittee of the Texas boll weevil convention is called to meet at Pallas October 7. Arrangements for economical purchase of ijuick maturing seed and other important business is on hand. Geologist John M. Ottey, who published a reiort in 1S93 telling what would be found at Spindle Top, Sour Lake and Saratoga, now ays that there are other fields in Texas just as good as those, and says moreover that there is oil in 40 per cent of the counties of Texas. He says a peculiar vegetable growth of a fuziy nvture is noticeable in all oil lields, also scrubby sweet gum. Chicago parties have bought 2500 acres of land near N'acogdo ches for a fruit farm. Nacogdoches people have gone to work and showed the world what their lands are good for, hence the inllux of capital there. Dixon and Mally are trying tn get Bryan and Brazos county people to show what can le done in Brazo county. When we do, the same result- will follow here. Business House lor Rent formerly occupied by (.atixaik Son, next door to Seizes A Co., 011 Zan ette hloek. Apply to Knlik I.ana, ltrvitii. Texas, i&l FABRICS arc now ready for the in spection of all who from taste and inclination desire that perfection of style and quality of gentlemanly re finement in the make of their autumn clothes. Have youever given our kind of tailoring a trial? We can clothe you in garments that are strictly to your measure.with your own personality moulded right into them. Come in and take a look at our handsome new For eign and Domestic Wool ens. SUITINFS in beautiful and exclusive styles. TROUSERINGS AND VESTINGSfulloflife. rich ness and style. Give us a trial just to test our ability. NO FIT. NO SALE and you arc to be the judge. HUNTER & CHATHAM. Men's Furnishers. IP I 1 n r p 'on k Wanted Liberal wai- for a pood rook . Apply to J. li. Harri son, College- Station. RECEIVED A new shipment of Graham Bros, toilet soaps, including the popular odors. Carnation Pink, Violet Cream, Rose Cream, etc. 25 cents per box of 3 cakes. They are some thing good in a toilet soap. Try a box. if if if if EMMEL'S PRECRIPTION PHARMACY. FUNERAL OF JUDGE FORD. At li o clock yesterday afternoon the Christian church was crowded with Borrowing frlenda of the. late Judge Spencer Ford, gathernl to pay tribute to hi memory. The church wa draped and the casket. banked with floral tributes, rented in front of the pulpit. Kev. Jewell Howard, the pntor, wa assisted In the ervice by the other local minis ters and bv Itev. J. I. Hopkins of Kenchley, former pant or of the church. The service wa very sweet, and full of tendering and sympathy for th bereaved and love and reverence for him whom they mourned. Scripture lesson, prayers and flowing tributes made the hour eem short. Dr. Went gave voice to a fervent iuvocatlon, He v. Howard read a scripture lesson, and brief a. I- d renite were made by Judge J. (,'. Scott of Franklin, Kev. K. I.. Shet tleM. Kev. J. I. Hopkins nnd lb v. Howard. There were few dry eye In the audience at tlm conclusion uf tlie service, and a long procession followed the remain to the city cemetery. H. . Hoatwrltflit. II. C. ItobiiiHon, It. K. Leiuan. Col. M YV. Sims. M. Nagle and Jude .1. ( Scott were pall bearer. NORWOOD'S BUtiGY CONTEST. Following is the result of the v In Norwood' llnrgy Contest date: J. C. Cloud Mrs. V. W. (irlllln Miss llattie, IUy llnrtx rs Ml Tot Jenkins O. I.. Hrown Mis Lou Ware Mr. I.. K. Mendola Lillian Klnjf. Mr. Adi'le Iiodson Mi Agnes Kttle Mr. Helen Zimmerman ... ... Mis AIIim Nittt N. L. Outlaw Mis Carrie King Sam Mcintosh Hick Cheek Florlne porter Clin, odom Uraeie. Steed Alex Johnson Frank Fierce Abe Hrown Miss Nellie Clary Hetsy J uina Albert Murphy Miss Mary Kotinon John itoger . . J W. Shaw Mr. Jo" ThoniM Henry Williamson Annie Thomas V. C. Court Mis Kinlly Smith Sam Kill ute to :iv.' I'.) I Hi HI 77 77 6:i ti'i 4H l-J :t JU in H U 11 II l n 0 s 7 7 4 I I I 4 : 1 I MILNER DECLINES. Will Not Accapt Petition VaeaUd by Chamberlain. t.oiidun. Srpt. It. Trw Aaaoclated rrrs la atl to state di-tlnltrtjr tbal Lord 'Mllner. the Krltlsh high com mlwlunrr In South Africa. ho I now t Carlsbad, hua Wn otTrivtl and ha deillne I he colonial aecrvtar)nh)p. Kuithrr rfHur Is Ulng brouaht to heiir on dim urging him in reconslili'i his li'tTinln.ition. but If Ihu fornasl of ln frienls la correct h.- will not a c gil. Mr. IlieilerU k h t.t aci.'-i(ci tl et'ivtaryahlp for Iii.Im. ami In tl event of liiil Miller )lMln ! tl rreinire the Oukp uf MarltmrouKli thi Is now un'lrr Mirel:ny fr lh -iiliin tie, nine un..T Xt'i letary ror lteli:i, prei-i Irnt c irit.i I n .rii; Mul tmih the ! ret. try aiut umler s'-i ir tjry MiiilMmt lilt III III" Kline liml-"'. KEFFER HANGED. Murderrr of William Warren Put te Oc.th on the Scaffold. t.jii li r. Wyci., Si'i'l. -1 .'.lines Ui-f- fM. Iti 111111 leier of VI!!lim W.hiiii,- w.im Ivn-ir-il In the j ill tirre. The cxe. ruimii .ittr.nlej a tjii .it li-'.il nf .ilt- n- IIimi. m ll nas Hi" lltM h'K.il h.nuin.' In tti-vt.,ie since ls:S. The crime hirh KetT.-r w.is hunre.l w.is fur th munler of Wllll.nn V.nn n, si nhl tu.ui Im w.ts Sim k tertiW f ir the I-nniler- liawlirs tni comii.my en th C:r nuiily Kinrti. ne:ir Itruce, atmul tc ami nne-h.ilf yrt 1140. Warren u hhnt while .mlrrp .nt his eisonal pf- frets stolen. LANHAM'S REQUEST. Wants Tesas Company to Co to Ma neuvers at Fort Riley. WashliiKton, Sept : The fovernoi of Trua has jpplle.t to the war depart ment for permission to have a regi ment of the National Ou.ir 1 of Texat take part In the loinlna; army In thr comln army maneuvers at Kort Wley Kii.i, lo t.ik the place of the reglnketit of the Nitlonal Cuard of Arkaiiaaa which 'li- authorities of th.it staff foun t it lm onvenlent to rn l lo tin m.Uieis rrs. Report Adopted. Itilt.ineie. S it - t the irslon of Ihe .i i-...icii K 111. 1 !ii!ne of li.ll lYII.m rilliv. the l. iilt nf the tl nui' 1 iiiii'iiit 1 .el the 'i .ihmm i mil- lliiii-'l.ill.ir iin rii..r' il Null lln of Vnh liiKtiin I'i'ii;" of i'.i -I'v .i "Invte I Th" lo l" i" :n'ii iiii li -"h. I 1 "I.I 1 1 1 hi 1 11 Hi . i'U' - i f M 1 1 I ill .I pi ii. Xi'lini: 1 In- K1..11I tit 1 1 . r - of Mie J'irl dl t in .'i 11 In ' t HORRIBLE FINOS. TtrnU't Ducovcry That Was Mad by a Man tn Pennsylvania. Ill i'Wil. p: S-i't. . When J i'. Il.i;i;li.l..iihj. .1 1 .1 r of In tit - her ft lu l 1 11 -hlppeil t i him ftiu M Irla'l he i hoiiltted In fin.! the i"ij b'i li"s of Inn men. I ne wnr lli( on the luiiibi-r. the other In slllltn ponture. .uid to u 1 1 appearances hiel hern dea 1 seveisl ila It If thniuht they r,iwl-t Into th iar tr sleul a ill.-, .ot lm k I In anl st.irveO to i1'ath. SPEEDY STEED. Major Oelmae Does the Fttt Trot ting Ever Rteorded. New Vork. Sept. :. At the Kmplre City park Ftlday Major IMnur trotud the f.utest quartT. th fnl-t half an4 the fastet Ihree-q'jarters of a tulle ever trotted. The frai Mortal lime was 0.S0 0 0. I Z9. '1 00. the He, mil g.iarlrt havin Iwen nn-re. In 0 IS. anc thr middle half from the frst iU.iit-i pii to the third tiaitr pol In 0 '.1. or .it the ut.piei edeiited r ile of t '.7 l.i thr mile. BASC9ALL. Amie:n Leegue At r.otiiii Ho- o:. '. I'""'.! eee IlllllllC" At W i'i iiuii'ii ' in 1 V.itiiu4oiii. .. At N.-w Vo'k N' V 'ik. X l.mll. Al I'lula I l.ti..i fhil 1 I' I. V.i t'hh ivi. ". 1. II SI 1". Against Sunday Games. Mulltll llliel v. Ala., Sept ?.--Thf Senate pause Ihe ill imtl-Mlinl i baie'hall hill This iiieimne had pn- 1 1 1 1 1 f I y heeii ,i'l.iptd by the house, up.) now kos lo Ihe governor for approval The bill piohihils the ('la ln it on Sun day of hieii. t-nnii. n!f mil foot ball. Vlnl illon if th I i Is iei lare I K he a iiilsdenie.unir. Won by Little Rock. Memphis. Sept. In a rtiibrxirti mutest l-"rld:iy Meui.iiM lost to I.lttl Rot k. Iloth 1 Inlm made the saint nnnilirr of hits, seven, and Ihe iitor went to I.lttl. Itoi k liei aiis her men hit the h.ill at np.oitun limes Itott pltiheis did Kond vxoik and ieieleil (nod supi'ort. Atleiidaiii e inn. Si ure: Little It.K k. I. Mnmphls. t. Reunion 01 Orphan. I'rehent it'innte.M of Bin kner Orpliitii' llniiieiull on .ill former inmate, matrons, lenclieri, etc., to join them in t reunion at the Olil Home, Ort. .'! itn.l I. The 3"(e vlio have 01. o leen waril ol'the home lire now Hc.nter- i about all over tlie I'niteil Stales. Tlnwe who are innrrieil are rei)Ue.Mt ieil to brills tlieir families. Tlie nieeting will le in the iiature of joyful reunion. Fur fuller inf trtnalion. write fur circular to Buikner Orphan Home, Dallas, Tex 1. Ho sure to give notice if you intern! tn attend. 1 Inesm' 'l UMieiX vol? Refl Poiicg An Insurance Talk Insuranr bTRICTLY. no IU lines Fire, Tornado, Accident! My Entire Time anil attention N-lri; irlvrn to lr-urnre I ran hit Uh nil t nii i-r mi ilidy 11.41 I llu lilt 1 ,ll e I'm CSII UU le'.lrr llltM tile II. l ,i.r I kklllrM. My Companies Mr ht ef ( ni iii. 1 the remit nf inn 1 f ti'ul m .1 '.r, I'or. nrd I m I i .iiU uf my l it, llu y t nilisly It. l.al nlty, tali i,ily nliil I oi.m 11 utinn. Let me Write y.air hnl y. M v rrc-of l of t. sm u e 1 n m il t . i trym I have ytvi a uiIh rs proteetiuu, 1 1 '. I n.ie. 1 ji.u. Gin Insurance "I am i r. 1 an .1 letter thm i ri r to rt'r ( ilH. t ml .:i. it till tlllll!'" 1 Straight 4(C Ident, too Geo. A. Adams I write It. ? coral . hit's tt'MI-OSITK INt't 'M I.S TIHI-H lSili. j C lll'l tm tn-al.; Oltlir lm t'AKMH ll.lldlm )f th ;a.i Kniri eae 103 m 10 a m m www m w m mmm B 0 0 0 0 0 0 llelJ'J CO IIXElKl.'l)'t:ieEIIls r,errrrre-r'Vf Franklin Brothers Cattle, Hog and Meat Dealers. Wc pay tlie highest priit for wool, liiilis, pills ami lA'Mvax, ihickitis, "KKS ",u' a kimls of produce. We have two markets and our own refrigerating plant, and are ready at all times to supply jour wants for fine meats, market pn since, etc. liryan, Texas. Telephone 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 JNO. A. MOORl: Fire and Accident.. Eg IN SURA NCE rSTABt-ISHED i: Kurceuorto A. D V'-Tonnlro Twenty-live year experience I. as eiia Met! tliia agency to secure an except Ion ally strong line of companies, hikI In asklnt; a liare of the public patronage we feel that tlie record of the past I a sure guarantee fur the future. Policies written on Store Kuililin and Stork. Dwelling and Content, (Jin House and Machinery, etc. Your patronage will lie appreciated. Telephone No. W. JOHN A. MOORE H. & T. C. R. R. t f f" COLONISTS' HATES TO 5ciiifoiiiii ONE WAY On Sale Daily Sept. 15 to Nov. 30. 1903 THROUGH 5Lli(:PI:R between Houston. Chicago. Kansas City and it Louis, bc'wesn Dallas and St. Louis and between Houston. Dallas, Ft. Worth. Waco and Austin FOUR DAILY TRAINS l:ACH WAY QUICK TIME. m. u RormiNs. den. Pas.. Ak't " to points east, north, ano North-west . .., a a EXCELLENT SERVICE Wm. DQMLKTV. ('t a iv a. IIOL'srON, TLX AS, Acetylene Gas Wilim r Mv.(ior i.iih1.iIi- is pre pared to place. in hr everybody, umiih t!ie h-t n.is generators and finest jr.iso lu rs at the riulit price. Have him call and explain the rconomy in usin An tyline (las. Leave orders at .NUCorquodaU-'s stable For Sale Cheap. spleinlitl place, almiit 80 acre, one mile north nl town. Suited for cot ton, ilnirv nr trnek farm. 'IVrm. easy. Apply to H. (. Ithodea or I near M. Parker' w ith "iK acre. SI.. W l III. ...I.. .l-ur..l 1 li, l.i ..11 ' iiii. i. iiiiiniin. ii in-s i .i.ii rs. j . . i ico. For Sale. My two story residence lumlslied or unfurnished. Also Arcade hotel property adjoiiilnir, nnd cottaK J