Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 220, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 22, 1906 Page: 2 of 4
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Citv National Ban
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. WILKERSON Cashier
ED. S. DERDEN Assistant Cashier
E. W. CRENSHAW Assistant Cashier
Ought to be written on
the right style of writing
Do 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.
One hundred and thirtee a banks
have been organized under the
law providing for them which if
now a year old.
A cotton tree ha come to the
j front in India. About twenty. five
J years ago it was reported that cot-
I ton trees abounded in Peru and
itbat there would be no more hoe
ing and thinning of cotton.
starve' at tbe PtxtoBc oosd c!ih sill
BY CAUSES WALLACE.
BRYAN TEXAS' Al'OUST
The candidates for governor in
Texa are Hon. T. M. Campbell
of Palestine democratic; Dr. C. A.
Gray of Honey Grove republican;
Hon. E. II. K. Green of Terrell
reorganized republicans; Hon. J.
W.Pearson of Boyd prohibition;
Hon. G. C. Edward of Dallas
socialist. It is unnecessary to
state that Col. Campbell will not
lose any sleep about his oppo-
nents all of whom hare had
"greatnens thrust upon them."
Editor Carver of the Sherman
Register has issued a sightly lit-
tle booklet with the title "Building
a Great State." It is a timely and
telling comparison of Illinois
towns and what factories will do
for them. It in other words a
jwwerful argument in object les-
sons in favor of the factory policy.
This little pampltt U made up
from a series of articles written
bv the author after his return from
a trio to Chicago and the manufac-
turing towns of Illinois. "Each
No chain Is monger lhan If weakest link.'
JVo WcaK. LinKf
In the selection preparation and dispensing
of our Medicines. Our label is recognized
in every household as synonymous with
purity and correctness. We set the stand-
ard of highest excellence in Drug service.
Emmcl tSL Maloncy
$8.00 Panamas cut to $4.75
5.00 44 " 3.50
3.00 Straws 14 44 2.25
L'.OO 41 1.50
1.50 41 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
KECPIN0 THE WORLD'S PEACE.
Capt. Kichmoiid IVarmn Hobeon
inslets that the I'nited States
should havH the most powerful
navy in the world. It m doubtful
if the Captain will l able ta con
vinoe Kugen Hale Joreph G.
Cannon. T. E. Uurtoti aud others
who lead iu Soloni-iu ou Capitol
Hill that it i the mtsnion of tnia
Kepubllc to preserve the peace
In some iiutrterd it is freely pre-
iicted that this country at.d Japan
will some day fight over the Phil
ippioe archipelago. It may be that
the chil l is born in the MisMeeipj i
Valley wbone blood shed in battle
is to criaieon the Vellow Sea
though it would be a great mis
fortune anl a great act of foily to
send our people to death in su:h a
quarrel. Better withdraw from the
Philippines that have already
drawn so much on the public pur
and on the public conscience.
As for Japau the hain't the price
of a war with America and if she
had the price England would never
permit her to engage in the war.
Not that England cares so much
for us but that England would
Ioe u pile of money by euch a war
whatever the issue of it.
Ana we say that there is not
the slightest dauger of a war be-
tween the Unite J States a-nd Japan
until Japan is ready to defy Eng
land too iu such a quarrel; aou
that will not be tomorrow. It will
not be within forty years. It will
not be until the Chinamen shall
he as warlike as the Jap. This
generation has n c 'iicern with that
Wii-n tha' day hall rotn it i not
unlikely thtt war will r among
the lost arts.
"utlic t-i.t tint ) tb day i the.
evil thereof. Wa-hiuxton Pot.
town visited by the Texan party
is u-ed a an object le'son for Tex-
a town and as there U inform-
tion and tatis-tics regarding the
value of manufacturing to a state
there haw been many requests for
these articles in painplet form and
for that reason they have been
thus prepared and wiil be di-tri-buted
to coiuniercial club and
newspapers in Texas with the
earnest hope of the author that
tbey may aecuinpiUu even a rmall
amount of good in the way of
awakening the people of TeiAS to
trie cei e-i-ities for manufacturing."
CALL OF CONVENTION.
By virtue of the authority ve-ted
in me as the Chairman of the Dem-
ocratic Executive Committee of
the 2nth Judicial District of the
State of Texas I hereby tall a
convention to consi-t of the Me
gaten elected from the several
counties composing caid district
to meet at Wojtan Wells on the
fourth .Saturday in Auuct l!HJO
am3 being the 2-ith day of raid
month for the purpose of nomina-
ting a candidate for District At-
torney of said District.
J. E. Bl'TLF.K
Chairman Democratic Executive
Committee of 20th Judicial Dis-
trict. P.ryao Texa- August in l'.Mjtj.
M. & T. C. EXCLUSIONS.
Fort Worth account ICoyal Acha-
tes sells yj.t. 5 and morning of 6
rate SO IU).
Calvert accouut Ftf- Mlloii
tut Association sella Au. 21.
2:. rate 91.15.
Italian account Rural letter Car-
riers sell Sej.t. 2 3. rate $6.tlo.
Houston account colored H. Y. I.
I'. sella Aii. 1SJ. 'jo. k2. limited to
rate a j.tio.
Oklahoma City account Order of
Hoo Hoos. sells Sept. 7. 8. 9 limited
to H. rate SM.lo.
Mexico City rates Aujf. IS to Sent.
1 and .Sept. 8 to 14.
Be it Ordained by the City Council
of the City of Bryan :
That an election of one alderman
sr.all be held by the qualified voters
of said city at the city hall in Hrvan
on Wednesday. September la. lao6
said eiertioo to be held to accord-
ance with city charter and ordi
nances and state laws governing
Frank Clarke J. E. Butler
C'ltv Secretary. Maror
Results of Election Foe Democratic
New Orleans. Auir. 21. General
Aflolpb Meyer was renominated by the
Democrats cf the First congressional
district. Droussard In the Third. Wat-
kins la the Fourth n.msuVU In tbe
Fifth. Pujol In the Seventh.
Conarepsmau Roberta Is cngad In
an exclttnit primary with Judne George
K. Farrot la the Sixth to be declJeJ
on Kept. 6.
For not bavlnc paid his roll tax In
Second district ronjtresxlonal commit-
tee ruled Judge Llonhtcr :ncllt!l)!. and
made Jjdfw Pavey th- Democratic
oomlr.e Six of the present deleca-
tlon will therefore be returned to con-
areus. only Coluuel Robertson now be-
ing In doubt.
ATTACKED AT DEPOT.
Two White Men Compel Lady to CIve
Up Her Purse.
Waco Aug. 21. Oa arriving from
Rosebud. Falls county accompanied
by her three little daughters Mrs
Renfro. en route to J-tn her husband
at Altus. Ok la. where he is engaged
in the cotton seed oil business was
attacked at the Aransas depot by two
whltt men. With hr youngest chill
In her arms Mrs. Kenfro was walk
Ing along tbe platform whea the men
rushed upon her. One of thera cut
her I'urse which sh was holding In
her hand off at the handle. Valuable
papers and $(0 In cash wops stolen.
There Is Considerable Talk at Mjsko-
gee of Organizing Party.
Muskogee Aug. 21 Tbe white Re-
publican of the Tnth recording dis-
trict and especially Muskogee are
talking of organizing a white Repub-
lican party. A call bus l.-n Utiuel
for a meeting of the I'nited Musko-
gee Republican club which Is a white
organisation to discuss matters of Im-
portance to the party and It li thought
at this mUng a plan of action will
be mapped out and an ultimatum will
be aenred on the negroes to the effect
that tbey an either supiMirt the tick-
et of wttte men or they can gn to tho
DomocraUc party or otherwise.
STAYED IN SLEEPER
W. H. Ellis Negro Colonizer Refused
to Get ut at Laredo.
Laredo. Aug. 21 W. 11. Ellis a ne-
gro colonlrr. a.-rired here from tbe
City of Metlro In a Pullman sleeper.
He was Informed that under the laws
of Teias he could not ride In a sleep-
er and that himself and baggage
would have to be transferred to that
portion of a conch set apart for ne-
groes. Ellis refused to get off. and
waa still In the slet per when the train
SHOT TO DEATH.
Taken to the Scene by the
Father of Hla Victim.
Columbia S. C Au. M. flob Eta-
erfjge. the negro who attempted to
rftmlaeJly aaaault the ervn-rear-oW
daughter (A T. 1L Wet of tbe Mount
WUUnc section section of Saluda
county was taken by Mr. West to the
cane of the crime and shot to death.
Tbe negro took the little girl to her
fathers barn. Ffce was horribly
bruised bat the brute failed to ac-
complish his purpose. There are
some hopes for bcr recovery.
Don't Got in a Rut u2uVaRt or ithiti6 '
lul Nobody has a corner on all
the good things. Our
Arc equal to any and auper
ior to many. Try our guar
anteed FERNDELL FLOUR
Let your next order
Phone No. 386
t Remember we can supply all your wants for 'feed stufls.
C. E. Bullock & Co.
Machine and Repair Works
PORCELAIN HATH Tt'M. PoKCI.'I.A I N M.XKS. IIAHINM LAVATORIES
COMI'I.KTE OAKDKV HtltK IIOSK KEK1.H KITtHtX lloll FKH
of all descriptions promptly done. Send ue your H o e e and Lawn
Mowers for repairs.
IT MPS. IT MI'S. IT MI'S SAY 'lTMr;'
WE KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS
Urvas Siitl-btr Hnt Nat I Bank
Patronize Home Industry
In the future all drivtrs will have scales
in the wagon for weighing
an J service will be better than ever. I am informed that talk
is being circulated that our plant is inefficient anJ out of
rrpair. We wish tj state that uch is nd the case and that
I am prepared to furnish any amount of
GOOD PURE ICE
that the city t f Bryan
Give me your orders (or ice-cold Melons a day ahead (or delivery.
I thank ytM ery much for your patronage in the p.t and
hope for an increase in future. Yours for good service
...INSURE IN THE...
Southwestern Lifo Insurance Co.
OF IUI.LA TEXAN.
WHY? IWau it is a Tea Companr. h ample t'AI'ITAL
ai d surplus and will KF.K1 TEXAS MON EY IN TEXAS.
JOE B. REED
will eiplain the rtlnVretit plana and ratea. arid can also write Ac-
cident and Sick Iteneflt Insurance In best of cuiiipaulea and irlve
rou Just what you want and you will know what you are irettlnir.
Every man and woman under 60 years. Iu jfon l health should join
FHI&NU-IN-N El-ID feOClF.TY
Mauy now are enjoying the tenflte from Life Insurance that
would not if not f..r my efforts. JOE II. HERD
"AK-nt for th ZONOPHON E. the clearest tone of any
Talklntr Machine manufactured.
Ji!0. A. MOORE
WITHOUT AN EQUAL
Through Pullman Sleeper Service
WS& VIA THE
- Sz T. C.
Lafayctte La. and Denver Colo. via the M. L. & T.
and T. & N. O. to Houston. IL & T. C to Fort Worth
and the Denver Road to Denver.
Dining Car Service between Fort Worth and Denver.
Also thronfth sleeper between Galveston and St Loais via
G. H. & 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. lifSummer Excursion Rates in effect daily.
Two Through Trains Dally.
For information see ticket agent or address
H. A. JONES Traffic Manager. M. L. ROBBINS G. P. A
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Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 220, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 22, 1906, newspaper, August 22, 1906; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth321890/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .