Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 215, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 16, 1906 Page: 2 of 4
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MRS. M. J. TABOR DEAD.
City 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 - 495173.11
G. S. PARKER President
E. H. ASTIN Vice-President
ALBERT W. WILKERS0N. Cashier
ED. S. DERDEN Assistant Cashier
E. W. CRENSHAW. Assistant Cashier
Ought to be written on
the right style of writing
you use the same
size and shape for your so-
cial and business corres-
pondence? We can show you plenty
of good styles for both all
Inks pens and other
desk fittings good enough to
go with them.
Help old Brazos win first prize
at San Antonio this fall.
At Terrell the prohibitionists
adopted a lengthy platform re-
fused to indorse Judge Brooks and
nominated a partial Mate ticket.
With the democrats in Dallas
and the republicans in HI Paso
they are far enough aiart to pre-
serve the proprieties of the Terrell
ttr4 tl lbs PctofEr . tefoes elaM nail
BY CAUSES A WALLACE.
BUY AN TEXAK AfiU'ST 16
Adjutant General Hulen was
aeked to end Sftate troops to
Brownsville in order to suppress
the ravaees committed by about
twenty L'nited States negro sol-
diers who proceeded to snoot up
the town killing one man and
The boll weevils are marching
on to victory in Louisiana. Gov-
ernment officials hay they expect
i these industrious cts to spread
over the entire cotton belt ot toe
Southern States. When they do
the Southern Cotton Association
will have some assistance in keep-
ing up prices that can be relied
So far as practical instruction in
military matters is concerned the
State encampment appears to Lave
bet-n the mo t successful ever held.
It has been something rnorothan a
social function and in fact about
as warm as the experience of
many of the troops in the war
with Spain such as got no further
Cures TricKly Heat
The cooling soothing and healing
effects produced by
Emmet's Pink Prickly Heat Powder Dag
on the irritated skin is so generally recognized that it has
become an indispensable remedy fr curing prickly heat
sunburn and all skin troubles. The antiseptic and healing
remedies combined with it never fail to give immediate relief
and cure. Put t:p in a sifting bag. We guarantee every b"..
Price 25 Cents
Emmcl (3L Maloncy
$8.00 Panamas cut to $4.75
5.00 " " " 3.50
3.00 Straws 4 44 2.25
2.00 44 44 44 . 1.50
1.50 44 14 - 44 1.10
1.00 44 44 " " .75
.50 44 44 " .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
LONDON GHOST SHOW.
It Has M)itilicd Millions See It at the
The London (iho-t Show will be
a firsl-cl-us attraction at the Stale
Fair iu October next. This enter-
tainment huit created a furore of
excitement in all the European
capitals. .Millions have cem u
and gone away with impreions
that will lad them a long an they
live. It mystifies everybody and
sen the whole town to talking.
The devil and innumerable of his
imps appear and disappear no
one knows how whither nor
whence. Mortals and immortals
materialize on the stage and all
over the house walk on the ceil-
ing up aud down perpendicular
walls and even move through the
air or stop suspended in space
without visible means of support.
just as if the law of gravitation
bad been repealed. I bey appear
and vanish right in the full glare
of arc lights. This performance
must be seen to he appreciated.
This is so generally understood
that thoee who visit it. in-lead of
attempting to describe it to their
Iriends tell them to go and see for
themselves. The London Ghost
ihow iIavs to crowded houe
when other shows are complaining
of dull business.
Wife of .Late Mai. J. W. Tibor Passed
Away More Than 7 Yetrs Old.
Mrs. M. J. Tabor wife of the
late Maj. J. W. Tabor died at her
residence in tbU city lad night at
9:45 o'clock after an illness of
several weeks. She was n o t
thought to be seriously ill until
few days ago but during this time
her children cithered around ber
and were all present when the end
Mrs. Tabor moved to Bryan with
her husband January 18 1867 and
for more than thirty nine years
lived at the same place the old
Tatar homestead in the northern
part of town together with her
hu-band until be died Jan. 'J4
This deilh has taken the last
and only surviving charter mem
ber of the First Baptist Church of
Bryan which was organized many
years aco. and wben tbe news ot
the death of this pure christian
woman ia known this morning the
people of Bryan will mourn ber
Mrs. Tabor leaves five children:
Messrs. R. G. Tabor O. L Tabor
John (J. Tabor of Houston Dr.
(ieo. R. Tabor of Austin and Miss
Mattie Tabor of this city.
The funeral will take place at
the residence tbia afternoon at
five o'clock and tbe remains will
interred by the side of ber hus
band at the city cemetery.
Y0t.N0 MEN SHOL'LD NOT FAIL. '
Stephen A. Knight the aged
cotton goods manufacturer says:
"I have many times been asked
if in my opinion the young man
of today had 'as good a chance to
make his mark in the business
world as did hi elders? My
sn-wer is: Never since our I'il-
griiu Fathers landed on the shores
of Plymouth were tbe opportuni-
ties for the young man's success
greater than they are today. It is
for him to determine whether he
will be a success or not. The gates
and the avenue are open to him "
The truth of there rtatements is
borne out by the hi-tory of every
Young men are every where prov-
ing victors in life's strugcle.
Only those are failing who
would have failed in tiny time and
under any circumstar. es.
Condition of all kinds now are
more favorable than in former
The fault i with him who fails
not with the times. Fort Worth
Mr. Bottom farmer bring in some
of that cotton you have been talk
ing alout; Mr. Prairie farmer you
may bring in aomecorn that missed
tbe drouth and our tandy-land
friends will bring us the sweet po
tatoes and goobers and we will
show the vicitors at San Antonio
this fall where we live.
CALL OF CONVENTION.
Bv virtue of the authority vested
in me as the Chairman of the Dem
ocratic hiecutive Lomirjittee ot
the 2uth Judicial District V the
State cf Texas. I hereby Vll
convention to consist of the lele-
gates elected from the eelTal
counties composing said distVct
to meet at Woutan Wells on the
fourth Saturday in August. lH
. . .... . . . .
nm bring the .otn dav of slid
" - (7 s
month for the purpose of nomii
tinz a candidate for District A
J. K. Bl'TI.EK
Chairman Democratic Eiecuflve
Committee of 2( th Judicial M
Bryan Texas. August 10 HKK
Mr. B. F. Moore and Mrs. Delia
McMillan of Edge were married at
tht place last Saturday afternoon
Justice Marvin Hunt of Macy pro-
nouncing the ceremony.
Their friend knew nothing of
their intentions and were sur-pri-ed
to learn the facts after the
happy affair had lakan place.
The groom is a young and pros
perous farmer and is well known
and liked by the people of the
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. . II. McMi. hael of
Edge and one whom any man
should feel proud to win.
The Eagle extends congratula-
tions The Eagle is Indebted to Mr W D.
Stalling for a sack of hamlnome
Tex aw Cling peaches. This pencil is
grown and wold by Mr. Stalllngw and
it superior for Us flavor and prewerv-
lug (ualitles. The name "Texaw''
was given this peach on account of
Its enormous size aud being a cling
makes it an excellent peach to pre.
serve. We desire to thank Mr. J. D.
Murry for hla trouble In getting
fhein to us.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Car load of horses single or
double driven. Several good sad-
die ponies in tbe bunch.
Ed Woodward. Navasota
213 Bjx 5. Texas.
Eagles In 6etion.
Milwaukee. Aur 15 Tbe eighth an-
nual convention of the grand aerie ?l
the Fraternal Orlr of fctalt-a opened
here Tuesday with 1.500 delegates
prenent. Mfcvor pecker extended the
freedom of the city In a few appro-
priate remarks taking occasion tc
"raise Ue lid" during tbe time the
visitors are the t ltjr s g-jegtw. First
tension was devoted largely to the
reading of reports.
Yekatarinoslav. Aug. '.5 A bomb
exploded in the house of a workman
fcwre wLerw there was a revolutionary
laboratory. Two men ware wounded.
tTveaeurg (Ta ) Cotton Mill ceu-
pasy has Increased wages of Its H0
e tail c yea 19 ter cast
Pon't Get In a Hut iif
the good things. Our . .
Arc equal to any and super
ior to many. Try our guar
anteed FERNDELL FLOUR
Let your next order
Phone No. 386
Remember we can supply all your wants for feed stuftsf
C. E. Bullock & Co.
Machine and Repair Works
INJKCELAIM BATH TUB. I'OKC'KLA I X SINKS RASI.VH LAVATORIES
COMPLETE OAKDKN IIOSK IIOBK RKYI.S KITCHEN HOILKK.
of all descriptions promptly dnos. Send us your Hose and Lawn
Mowers for repairs.
IT MI'S. TUMI'S. ITMIS-SAYll;MI
WE KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS
' 1 ' a
Hrv Strt-Rr First Nat l Bk
JNO. A. MOORE
Patronize Home Industry
In the future all drivers will h.nc vales
in the wan hr weihin
and service will be better than ever. I am informed that talk
is beinj lirailatcd that cur plant is ineftident and out cf
rrpair. We wish t state that 'tkli is net the'ease and that
I am prep.ired to furnish any amount cf
GOOD PURE ICE
that the city cf Bryan
Give me your orders for ice-cold Melons a day ahead for delivery.
I thank you very much for your patronage in th past and
hope for an increase in future. Yours fur food service
...INSURE IN THE...
Southwestern Llfo Insurance Co.
OP DALLAS TEXAS
aud Surplus aud will
JOE B. REED
will explain th riltTerent plana and rates and can also write Ac
cldent ud Sick Iteneflt Insurance in let of companies and irtra
you jutt what you want and yon will know what you are iretttnir
Every man and woman under 60 years In ifood health. ahonld Join
Many now are enjoying the benefit from Life Insurance that
would not If not for uiy efforts. JOEi 13. HERD.
Aent for the ZONOPHON E. the cleared tone of any
Talking Machine manufactured.
it Is a Tex Company has ample CAI'ITAlI"'''
KKEP TKXAS MONKY IN i'kXAS. -J
WITHOUT AN EQUAL
Through Pullman Sleeper Service
. VIA THE
Lafayette La. and Denver Colo. via the M. L. A T.
and T. & N. O. to Houston 1L & 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 St Louis via
G. H. 8c S. A. Ry to Houston H & T. C to Denison and M K.
& T. to St Louis- Also between Houston and Austin Waco
and Dallas. I-iT'Summcr Excursion Rates in effect daily.
Two Through Trains Dally.
ace ticket agent or address
H. A. JONES Traffic .Manager. M. L. ROBBINS G P A
HOUSTOV. TEXAS. . ' ' '
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