Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 205, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1906 Page: 2 of 4
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titv National Bank
DESIGNATED DEPOSITARY OF THE
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.
DEPOSITORY OF THE CITY OF BRYAN.
DEPOSITORY OF THE TEXAS BANKERS' ASS N.
Capital Stock - - $ 50000.00
Surplus & Undivided Profits 50000.00
TOTAL RESOURCES - 435218.87
G. S. PARKER. President
E. H. ASTIN Vice-President
ALBERT W. WILKERSON Cashier
ED. S. DERDEN. Assistant Cashier
E. W. CRENSHAW. Assistant Cashier
The summer heat natur-
al! y iu'K'Hts sickness.
Uuard airalnst it by unit)
our Ideal disinfectant
Sold In any quantity.
Violet Bath Ammonia
Wash Rags Sponges
It m a Iodz lane that has no
turn. Maybe the renult of the
state election will be known alter
Clt.r.d i ID. PostoBcs . ssccni diss m.'J
BY OA HN E A WALLACE.
BUVAN TEXAS. AUGUST 4
Any man with a pencil and a
likiag for "figure" can get bis
money worth out of the vote pro
rating under the Terrell election
A noacB convention of the prohi-
tiouuta of Texas is called to meet
fat Terrell lexa on luesuuy
Auguet 14 l'A't's at ten o'clock a.
m. Convention rates will be grant-
ed on all railroadi tickets on pale
Auk. 13 and 14. eood till Aug. 15.
Kx.fiovernor John P. Sft. John of
Kansas will addres-s the conven-
tion afternoon anJ evening of the
Brvan eiiuplv cannot afford to
let the trolley line go by default.
Mr. Ed Kennedy is manifestly in
earneft and willing to do the right
thing by the town. The Eagle
understands be is still willing to go
i abend with the enterprise on a
125000 stock subscription from
I Bryan and build and equip an
I electric light and power plant as
well as the trolley line at an esti-
mated total cost of 1 42000.00.
Bryan to furnish franchises right
of way and terminals. The
Houston Chronicle of yesterday
says that 150000 ban been sub-
scribed to the line by Houston
capita! which thows plainly
that Mr. Kennedy has not Wen
idle. By all means let Bryan
awake to the situation and make
good before the opportunity is pass-
eI. The time limit on the propo-
sition is extended to Tuesday
I Aug. 7.
Cures TricKly Heat
The coolinj: soothing and he aling
effects produced by
Emmel's Pink Prickly Heat Powder Dag
i.n the irritated skin is so generally recugmztJ that it has
become an indi-pensaNe remedy for curing prickly heat
sunburn and all skin troubles. The antiseptic and healing
remedies combined with it never fail to give immediate rt lit t
and cure. Put up in a ;;tin baz- We guarantee every box.
Price 25 Cents
Emmcl S3L Moloney
II (K CUT
$8.00 Panamas cut to $4.75
5.00 " " " 3.50
3.00 Straws " 44 2.25
2.00 ' " 1-50
1.50 " " " .MO
1.00 " " " .75
.50 " " " .35
Lot odds and ends-all
grades at HALF Price
while they last. Only
a few of each left.
You'll have to hurry''
HUNTER & CHATHAM
THE LAW ON -SECOND CHOICE.'
COLLEGE VACANCIES FILLED.
Committee Held a Meetiag la Ft. Worth
Friday The Other Vacucles
to be Filled at an Ear.
iJ ly Date.
The sub-committee of the board
of directors of the A. and M. Col-
lege charged with the duty of fill-
ing vacancies and of which corn.
mutee Preeident Harrington is a
member held a meeting in Fort
Worth Friday aud filled several
Prof. J. W . Carson was elected
vice-director of the Texas Kxperi
ment Station a new office and
I was placed in charge of the station
work. It is announce that plenty
of time will be taken in suppljion
the position of director of the sta-
tion. Mr. Carson's qualifications
for bis new duties are known to all
the friends of the College with
which be has heen connected so
long and to which he has rendered
such faithful and efficient services.
Dr. Beverly W. Bond Jr. of
Baltimore was elected axitUiaut
professor of ICnglicb. Dr. Bond took
hi doctor's degree at Johns Hop-
kins University and taught the
pact year or two vu the University
Prof. T. II. Thomas of Wineries-
ter Teias was elected to fill the
vacancy in the English depart-
ment caused by the leave of ab-
sence granted to. Prof. Lomax.
Prof. Thomas is a graduate of the
University of Texas and has bad
several years experience as a
teacher in the public schools of the
state lie taught the past year at
Victoria under Prof. Arthur Le-
ftover former sujerinlendent of
Two vacancies were tilled at
Prairie View normal. P. II. Brit
tain of Conroe a graduate of Tua
kegee Institute Mas elected in
structor in carpentry and Aviola
Ellis" of .an Antonio was fleeted
an instructor in muric.
The eeveral other vacancies in
the A. and M. College will be till
ed at an early date.
Couoly Deviations and not County Con
mentions Control the "Drop-
' The following law from the as
distant attorney general explains
II. (. Maury Hoiwton. Texas.
Aug. 1 1 1UJ. Dear .Sir: I am
in receipt ot yours of the 31t-t and
in reply to your first inquiry you
are advised that the county con-
vention of a county can not bind
the delegation of the CJUiity elect-
ed by it to cast its vote in the state
convention' by instruction as to
bow this delegation ehall cast its
vote after nrst ballot or the pro
rata part of it which on the rind
ballot ik eact for a candidate
who was dropped on the ctoond
ballot. This is regulated by law
and the party for whom thi vote
will be cast on the second ballot
tuutl be determined by the delega-
tion and not by the county con-
vention. Replying to second jue.tion
you are advised that no more dele-
gates can le sent to the state con-
vention than the county has votes
in that convention. Alternates can
not be elected. If all of the delt-
gates do not attend the vote of the
county niust be cast by "such of
them as may attend."
Yours truly Claude Pollard.
Office Assistant Attorney General.
As the attorney general's ruling
in the absence of a judicial con-
struction is accepted by officers
including the various executive
committees of the party this settles
the fjueetion of second choice in-
struction. Houston Chronicle.
YOUNG" NEGRO WOMAN KILLED.
A young colored woman named
Haiti Martin was tbot and killed
in the Reliance community Thurs
day the charge from a t-hotgun
passing through her head and lit-
erally blowing her brains out. A
young neuro named Will Kearney
was arrested by C. A. Buchinan
and brought in and lodged in jail.
Kerney claims the shooting was
accidental and that be set the gun
down and it lell and was discharg-
ed with the fatal result above in-
iiicateu. 11 arrears inai m par
ties were alone at the house of a
sister of the woman when the
shooting occurred. One report says
that tbere wis a negro child pres-
ent. Justice E. II. Lloyd of Kur-
ten held an icuuest but bis find
ings have not been announced so
far as the Eagle has learned. The
woman was a daughter of Mingo
1 ' B ?
GRICE STORE BURNED.
The store of Dr. X. .S. Grice in
the Brazos: bottom was burned on
Wednesday night the origin of the
tire being unknown. Dr. Grice
state- that bis Ioe wis fjuOO: in
surance 11500. Dr. Grice recent
ly purchaed . the interest of his
partner Mr. K. A. Orear in the
busine Mr. Orear going to wpst
Texas. The store bouse was the
property of Mr. T. P.. Batte and
on his plantation. Insurance on
house 82-2j.OO. Loss 400.
Mr. 8. N. Sill. ou of four Hindoo
studeuta sent to this country to
study American agriculture ha ar-
rived at the A. and M. College ami
will devote some time to study of
cotton breeding under I'rof. Hen.
nett. cotton specialist. . Mr. Sil pre-
sent an unique appearauce atoll-
Inir around the campus wearing his
white t urban.
I'rof. and Mrs. E. J. Kyle of Ol-
We leave In a tew dyve fr Colora-
do and I'tah.
Horn to Ir. and Mrs. H. H. Har-
rii)ttri at College Saturday a S"n
KALSTON SYSTEM OF PHYSICAL
Min Jnpliiue Mull" il has opened
a physical culture class on '.'ud floor
Howell building. I.enota (riven
daily at 9 o'clock in the nioruiutr.
The Ilalston system of physical cult-
ure includes exercises for increasing
and decreasing flesh for relieving
Indigestion constipation aud ner-
vousness. Four weeks course of
twenty-four lessons tlO.lfl. Satis-
faction guaranteed. No money in
advance phone 17.V
H. k T. C. EXCURSIONS.
Austin State Kneainpmeut Sell
August t to 17 inclusive; limit Auif.
jo. Kate via Hearne s;i !si f. r round
falvestoii. account Odd Fellows
(colored . sell August 0 aud liloriilng
of 7th ; rate ' M.
liallas. account SherllTs' Associa
tion sell August i aiot inoruiii of
'.ii h limit 12th; rate $5 Is').
Corpu t'hristl (count Epworth
I-Mitue sell Auir. 1 and '2 ! tin It 1;
rate for round trip S'.l Nj. There will
he througli Itryau a chair car on
above id-lon. I'hlldren half fare.
A special rate of '! i'3 will apply
lor train passing Krvan 2:4ia.ni.
aud 3:4i p. in. Aug. II ; limit for re
turn Aug. 1J.
Koauoke V. account National
Flrmieti; sell Ana. 11 1-'. and I t.
limit 22. rate 17.10.
MilwAiike account Ordr of Eagles
sell Aug. II. 12. and 13.
Peoria account National Encamp-
uieiit sell Aug. H and I'J.
Don't Get In a Rut feSSJT.'SSS 3
BSSSSBSSSSa the good things. Our ....
GPAPPKIPC Arc equal to any and. super
I V W w I Iwd ior to many. Try our guar
BssanBOBSaa anteed FERNDELL FLOUR
Let your nett order
.. come through
Phono Wo. 386
tft Remember we can supply all your wants for feed stuffs.
C. E. Bullock & Co.
Ba Machine and Repair Works sL-
I'OKC EI.AIS RATH Tl'tlH I'OKCELAIX SINKS MASINM. LAVATORIES
COM I'l.KTE UAKDEX HOHK IIOAK KKKI.S KITCIIKN HOII.KH4.
of all descriptions promptly done. Send us your Hose and Lawn
Mowers for repairs.
I't'MPS PUMPS. PUMPS SAY "I'l'Ml"'
WE KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS
Brvan S'mt-Ruf Flrtt Nal'l Bask
WITHOUT AN EQUAL
Through Pullman Sleeper Service
XOi VIA THE
Sz T. C. 2.
Lafayette La. and Denver Colo. via the M. L. & T.
and T. &. N. O. to Houston. II. & T. C to Fort Worth
and the Denver Road to Denver.
Dining Car Service between Fort Worth and Denver.
Also through sleeper between Galveston and SL Louis via
G. H. & S. A. Ry to Houston II. & T. C to Denison and M. K.
& T. to St Louis. Also between Houston and Austin Waco
and Dallas. ri?"Summer Etcursion Rates in effect daily.
Two Through Trains Daily.
For information ste ticket aent or address
H. A. JONES Traffic iManager. M. L. RODCINS G. P. A
Patronize Home Industry
In the future all Jrivt-r will have culcs
in the wagon hr weighing
and t rvue will he hi tter than ever. I am inforrm-J that talk
is heinK lirciilatt-J that our plant is inthVient anJ out of
rtpair. We wih to vtate that such is mt the cae anJ that
I am prepareJ to furnish any amount of
GOOD PURE ICE
that the city of Brynn
Give me your orders for ice-cold Melons a day ahead for delivery.
1 thank you very much for your patronage in tlu- pat and
hope for an increase in future. Yours for good vrrvicc
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JOE B. REED
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Every man and woman under 50 years lu good health should Join
Many now are enjoying the benefits from Life Iusurance that
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Talkiu Machine manufactured.
JNO. A. MOORE
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Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 205, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1906, newspaper, August 4, 1906; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth321875/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .