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E. J. Fountain & Co.
CUT PRICE BLACKBOARD FRUIT3 Oranges, Bananas, Teaches, Grapes, rears Pineapple Vtums ripples Lemons VEGETABLES Cabbage Sweet Peppers lomaloes Onions Kershaws Okra Potatoes Roasting Ears New Black Eyed Peas POULTRY ChkUns Eggs Fresh Butler Toga Blend lea 111 'PHONES 179 An If- ( 1 L LJd' a TheMohningEagle KottrrJ tt U PottoBc m mcob4 cUm Bill tur. BY COX NELLY CARXES. Per Wk, 16o Per Month, 40o THURSDAY, JULY 27. Our navj continue! to Buffer more from disasters in time of peace than from the enemy in time of war. The Gonzales Inquirer notes that the first year's net mult of monkeying with the Panama canal is yellow fever. Baron Komura kindly azures us that Japan doen not want the Philippine?. Too bad; come of u were in hopes the did if the would pay a fair price for them. The man willing to enjoy the benefits that a town may have and yet taken. no part for the securing of other benefit for hid prooterity ia a inighty tmall individual. lie really hat no place among the oc cupanU of this mundane sphere. (iaivecton News. WILLIAMSON COUNTY WINS. Awarded the Firil Priit at the Fanners Co or.ren Yesterday. The Farmers' Congress devoted itself to routine work in the gen era! sessions and various sections yesterday. The attendance reached the high mark of the session and the record breaking crowd in the history of the organization, and was conservatively estimated at 1500. The visitors come from the length and breadth of the State from the most remote sections as well aa the most populous district. The feature yesterday of great est interest to many was not on the regular program. It was the awarding of the 50.00 prize of fered by the Dallas and San An tonio fairs for the best county ex hibit. Williamson county was the winner. The awarding committee mude the following report: To J. II. Coiinell, Prenklent Texas runner ConreM We. your committee appointed to judge county exhibits, beg to submit the following report: We tinJ the exhibit of l!razo county communities very meritorious, showing the capacity of the soil Stylish Shirts FOR STYLISH MEN With Collars and Cuffs attached in Soft Pongees Mercerized and Mohair materials; white, cream and grey effects at 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00 Are among our latest arrivals, and are models of neatness and comfort for these hot days. Get oue and KEEP COOL. Hunter& Chatham Men's Furnishers Texas State Horticultural Soci ety, and Texaa Nurserymen in A.Meinhly Hall. Texas State Swine llreedert As- HOctalion in Chemical- iterinary d the skill and enterprise of the building, grouud floor, hibitore, but we decide that the Texas Sheep and Coat Breed- Dr. Tabor fetates that the state is able to cope with the yellow fever situation, but that does not mean that an active and progressive sanitary campaign is not nece?ary, eppecially in every town in this part of the state. The Eagle hears no little complaint about sanitary conditions in some parts of the town, and would like to see the matter vigorously pushed until the city is placed in first-clacs sanitary condition. COTTON FOR POKTLAND EXHIBITION. Millican, Tex., July 24. The Government agent, Mr. Proctor, came to my farm today and I fur nished him six stalks of cotton and some fifteen open bolls to be sent to T. J. Anderson, central passenger agent, Southern Pacific, for Lewis and Ulark Portland Ex hibition. Cotton crops are fine. P. II. Arrington. an exhibitors, but we d.u-i.lH that tl.n lexas sheep ana Ooat lireeilers Williamson county exhibit as a Association in the Agricultural countv exhibit is entitled to the Building, ground Hour first uremiunand nrize. Texas Division Southern Cotton Slimed. F. F Cn ina Association and lexas Aliailu W. II. Parks. Growers in the .Main uuiluing, Mr Pniiin. u.. frmo.i . ground Hoor, souin wed corn er. dent of Brazos countv and Mr. L. uymen Association, and P.rlr- i. . i.mti... r f. T L- i as Jersey tattle Club in the Parks of Bryan, so that both Khetnica Veterinary building, gentletnen naturally feel very Brun(1 .. . , k ndlv towards Brazoa rnuntvl rarmeriwyisnuuirn Jgus- Thev stated that Brazos countv Agricultural uuilding, norucuuu J liftil Aft ffftnii nnvIntM mrr g( them and a Utter variety than . oman s inuusinai Associauon, Willi. nn.nn n.,n k. - in Agricultural uuilding, second 1 1 1 A S ft CU11 L.V(UftJb - U U fa til IT W WW w n I Vint i1uuhS (tii anri tiamuil mnnrw. linn to varieties, and formed into a . Texas Bee Keepers Association hnmnnn. " Main building, ground noor. tl, ,.,... .hi, Willi. m. An' n Texas dinners Association in A lui nf .!..(. it irnrV r..Min ,, Textile building. duplications and svsternatizinlhfl . hp separate organizations r.egin .. . . - ii,..:. .... : v . ..i. .i . whole exhibit would have ma da 1 . r "l'Trll',!, u ". "'r " lue general sessions oegin ai & p Brazos county an easy winner. DIKKcToKY OF MKETIX9 General Sessions at Assembly Hall. South Texas Truck and Fruit Growers Association In Chemical- eterinary building, second lloor. tn. each Leave Cnllege 12 IHKll) U::U) p. in. iu::w p. in. 1 :1!T p. in. n. in. There are Grades and Qualities in drugs and chemicals just as in shoes, hats and clothing. The druggist with out high ideals of honor buys the cheap goods. We know that QUALITY is about all that counts in Medicine and if it is not the b e s t we will not dis pense it. EMM EL & MALON EY Progressive Druggists m. each day and at n p. eveningVif the Congress. Til UN sciiKnn.Fs H. AT. V - Leave HryHii H ft. 111. 2 p. in. 8 p. in. X:M p. in. 2:1 m. in. I. it (J. N. 4 :." p. in. H :5d n. n.. Itoiiml trip 25 cents. MRS. NEIBORT BETTER. (ialveston, Texas, July 25. The condition of Mrs. Carey Carr Neibert, who met with such a terrible accident in Houston, is reported to be very encouraging It will be remembered that the lady was brought to the Sealy hos pital in this city after having one of her feet amputated in the Hous ton infirmary. It was hoped that the other foot could be saved, but it was later found necessary to re move the other foot in order to save tne lady s lite, and ner re covery from the shock and present improved condition give reason for gratification to her larc;e cir.'Ie of friends throughout the State. ALL THIS WEEK Wagner & Brandon's We have inaugurated a Clearing Sale of summer gooda that will ehow to the trailing public the real purchasing power of a dollar. We claim we have always given extra values in our special sale?, and the strong point with us is to give just what we advertise, and make a special effort to satisfy every customer who comes in our house. It is then we are more than pleased and feel we have not only been a benefit to our customer but to ourselves, beginning Monday, everything in summer Dress Goods will be thrown on our counters at very low prices, such as Figured Lawns, White Lawns and Dimities, Check ed Nainsook, Voiles, Silk Tissues, Floral Designs in Organdies, Long Cloth, solid colors and white Organdies STAPLE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS WE WILL HAVE TP L 7nN fr" fft n n R Fbnn wimi w PR -on- Lace Curtains, Curtain Swiss, Towels, Napkins, Ta ble linen, Sheeting, bleached Domestic, White Bed Spreads and Silkoline JJigeuton E.MHKOIDLUY L A C E S , HANDKEU CHIEFS, HELTS, Ladies NECICWEAH, FANS, HANI) 1J A (i S, ETC. All men's and bovs SUM MER CLOTHING L'Oper cent oil. Men's and boys' STRAW HATS will be old regardless of value All icady to wear or TP I M MED HATS left in our Millinery Depart ment at just ONE HALF OFF former priee. REMEMBER THE OATES, FROM MONDAY 24th TO SATURDAY 29tb. is v to im d. IU !' m m lYfl i v If" 1 This week at Wairur & liraurion' 3tl Inch longeloth Ooc 12 l-2o white lawn oxc irc white lawn 11c 2, white lawn 16c 101 i: