Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 238, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 12, 1906 Page: 2 of 4
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Off National Ban (
United States Government Depositary
Loans and Discounts 275695.6?
U. S. Bonds and Premiums 10200.00
Furniture and Fixtures 2.15-4.O0
Expenses and Taxes Fail 1.0.11
Cash and Exchange 113.20S.iS
Capital Stock $ 50000.00
Surplus and Profits j2H0.90
Individual Deposits $295967.66
U. S. Gov. Deposit 50000.00 3459(7.66
G. S. PARKER President
E. H. ASTIN. Vice-Pres. ED. S. DERDEN
ALBERT W. WILKERSON
E. W. CRENSHAW Assistant Cashier
$9.00 Panamas cut
3.00 Straws "
This bank with ample Capita! and large Surplus anJ
Profits is prepared to care for the business of the commu-
nity upon the mot favorable terns. Courtesy and prompt-
The press dispatches state that
an English syndicate will purchase
40000 acres of land for a cotton
plantation in the Brownsville
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-
We can show you plenty )
of good styles for both all
Inks pens and other
desk fittings good enough to
go with them.
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
Two Covington Ky. women Ml
out over a barrel of rain water and
turned the difficulty over to their 0rind Jury Mlde piq Report Ei(ht
husbands to settle which they very Felonies and Nine Misdemeanor.
promptly did one of theru becom- . . t .1 n...
: r J i.i i . The crar:d jurv uf the brazes
inrr a rnrriae M ml thf other a rnrv. J
e I ...nr.ltf .li-t.i.'t fmilrl mail. (h. f..
inal. . .... ' j . .. : . . .I
joniDg n lb i rep.in 111 niiwiijc u
Di-trut Jinit? J. C. scroti y-w-day
anl was ilircbarged:
liryati. Texa. Sept. 11. l.(;.
T the Hen. Iitrict Ju Irf". Wxai
Kicking will be a strong feature
of the football game to be played
thiii season under the new rule?
and pood punters are in demand.
iD sinters are inienueu to ue Haviuir i:.v tiK'ate I all ease (hat
tbeir talent on the pigskin now- have ni he for u w tu- t iut-
ever ami not rin the other nlavers. mir the following report:
' I 11 i . . . . i ... I i ........ . . j t..m
nave reiunieu iiujii imriii iii
eljrlst feloule and iiinw misdemeau
V tlitd th Jll In excellent tan
We recommend that a finance
Committee bt appointed to audit til'
count v hook mill report at next
term of court. Heaptfy.
In the district court yesterday
M. F. Pan-bv wan appointed re-
ceiver for the firm of tiarth Ilowel"
k Webb The rerivei's bond w:i
fixed at f2't0iO."0
sS.I Mabry wa here from Edge
Iev. A. J. Frkk of lot waa io the
Wanted Hoy to deliver paper.
Apply at tlila office u
Mr. J. H. Claybrook of IVrry.
Tela la hera to place her ou iu
Mr. D. L. McXteley returned to
Calvert yesterday after a vlalt to
Mra. J. B. 8tevenon.
Buy your tmy a pair of Bunker
Hill'ahea at Norwood' the boat
value ou tlia market. 212
II. C. Mathews of Hemptead la
here to place hi daughter In to
Texaa Woman Collie.
W. F. Blair arrived yeterday ac
compauled by Ma mu and two other
boy for Alleu Academy.
Mayor W. 8. Halley wa here
from Calvert laat oUhti" tteud the
Kutght Templar tneetlLf.
Mra. F. Karba arrived fntn Mex
!ro yeaterday accomnauled by her
u who re-eott-ra AlifD Acadrmy
(. F.. IVtfv aud C. M. Stanley
Nw rk life akf-tit. were vlaitora
to the city yeaterday from Auatln
C. C Chauey a hre yetterdar
from Mra to Uce hi dauichttr
Mi liattie In the public chool.
Mi Daly Chauey of Willo
Citv Tex. waa ttie guet of Mr. and
Mr. E.C. Harder the ratt tew dayl
Mra. J. H. Oammo aud her aoo
Libert 10 year old. are tnl very
ill at the family home In thla city
Mra. jm (filbert and children ar
rived at Colleire from Austin yeter
day to Join Ir. Ullbett. College phy
For Kent Our home place with
modern on vruletict. roelon
can be iveu Immediately. (Jen. A.
Wm. Olive arrived from Houston
yeeterday and placed hi grand
daughter iu the Texaa Woman'
Mi Verhve K-ni left yetereav
fr Terllngua. Hrewter county.
tur. !. will tt-ach the public
Att-i.tioii u directed to the a.!v?r-
tlmt.t of Mr. Mary Lawrence.
aL'--t r f Tr El Klam. appearing iu
Mr Nellie Kllar 1 and Mi Her-
nif e Harri ft yesterday for Aui
tin. where Mi Hernti'e will resume
her ntll lie.
When you buy chm'l il:e for
liny or ir i r i reiiiriiiber everv pair
We el I n tur k'l'r'llfe. Werner
A Bran t'.ii. '2H
Mr I I McCall f Hinfoid.
Tex. rriv I ref.r'1av ircoiiipau
e by l.er it. w! will attend the
I on SiMifl-ld it proiniiienr affnr-
Dei f M-aum iit. in the city
yt?rd'ty and pUi-il h; n In the
Mr. T. H. Drl;i hi:. I (mmly nf
thu citv have he. n a 'viej ..f th
! death if Mr. larwu ' uncle. Mr.
Overton Iarwl:..if W.-o.
F-r i'ent t-re huil. lux on Main
trtf; niioi i r.'-'irt Imiiihh f.i.id
t'H e 1 1 HI f'tht-r ("oliV-lil. tU'e. guild
'l-fern t.r: opp itt mv hum.-.
J N f..-e ;U
The population of Texae ac-
cording to the Federal census was
30-18710 in 1900 as compared
with 2235.526 in 1890 and 1591-
749 in 1880. In twenty years the
state nearly doubled its population
but the increase was greater In the
last than the preceding decade.
The Morning Eagle
!trt ti tfc PottolBce Mcond oim bUI
BY CARMES A WALLACE.
BRYAN TEXAS SEPTEMBER 12
No chaia Is stronger than It's weakest link.'
Dry an is wearing the smile that
won't come oil'. Her schools are
rapidly filling up with bright
young plople from every point of
the compass. The pretty caps of
.i a . I l L I .m
the trirn ana me varicoioreu nt I. . Convert oi.Marimin
bands of the boys are emblems .Saturday unloaded a lar uf the
that unmistakably mark Bryan a beet in u leu ever offered on the
a school town; hut however much market in Bryan; also thretj good
theee may please the eye it is horees. The" load runs three to
good to know that her growth in five years old heavy bjdied well
culture and widening influence are broke mules all Texas raided
the most marked evidence of the Mr. Conyers has a Urge hore
presence of her splendid schools. and mule bucinecs in Texas nith
headquarters in Marlin. He han
dles the best of horce and mules
and sells 'em. If you contemplate
buying it will pKy vou to see tbio
stock at once. If you haven't all
the cash tell him your trouble;
he will help vou get it. The stork
may ! seen in a yard near the I
it (i. X. depot. d-W
JVo WcaK Link
la 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 CSh Maloncy
Immmtmftmnn Hrllrl Kmn4in
Many Immigrants are arriving at
Parsons' hotil at New lloston. Howie
county. Texaa. burned; loss $3.ooi.
Ex County Judge Plunirner fatally
shot himself In the bead at Brady.
Twelve head of One rattle from I.a
Belle Mo. died near Springfield. 111.
cf Texaa fever.
Lou I A. Hill a planter dropped hi
pistol from hi pni'ket on a train near
Tazoo City MIm. Weapon wa ill-
tlarged aod bullet went through 11111'
Over Sixty Residents of Havana
rested Upon Thi Charg.
iinvana. si-pi. Miy or more
resident uf Havana and Immediate
vicinity hare been Indlrtod for com
pllclty with rebel. They have been
refused the privilege of ball.
It now appear the rebel are in
powesslon f the Junction at Rlnron
of the 1'r.itcd Hallway company's
hranrbe. an train on the Westers
line are stopped and searched at win
A troop train from Havana was at
taraea early .Monday mornlna at
Artemla. The rehel were driven off
Ith macblce gur.s
H. & T. C. EXCLUSIONS.
Houstoa-ttalvetton Sunday ex-
curiion sell train 3:40 p. in. Sept
15 aud 2.48 a. m. Sept. 11 limit Mni
day 17; rate (I 0to Houiton 2.20to
Iialla aect. l'reby teriau Synod
ell Sept. 2d aud moriiiiiir Hi.
Mreenviiie account Kuiitnt arm
Ladle of Honor ell Sent. 16 aud 17
I am now ready for tove repairing
work of all kind and can supply
parta of tove when deilred. All
work irnaranteed. l'hone 217. W.
VV. tlrimn. Hryan. Texaa. HI
Regular meeting tonight at h
o'clock. Butinecs of Importance
F. C. Oliver Eialted Ruler.
Engineer Scalded ta Death.
Phrever.'Tt Kept. 1 1. Southbound
pooenvrr train n the Iron Mountain
railroad wa iliralU'.l at Gallon. Li
the lore motive overturnlnar. Hnglneer
L n Lendv ti araldril to death and
fireman S. M. liioke received Injurle
which may prove fjtal. None ot the
laimrnKer were hurt.
Men Recsiv Advance.
New Orleans. Sept. 11. The strike
of Southern Purine carmen which in.
volved nearly 500 workmen and x
tended arroo the entire utate of I-ou
Ulana. wa settled Monday night. The
men will return to work receiving: an
advance In wagea averaging about 3
Invited to Shrveport
Shreveport. Sept. 11. Tbe Ioulslana
State Fair amoclatlon Invited William
Jecnlng Tlrynn to visit tbe state fair
to be held in this city Nov. 19.
Dolla. Sept. 11 Some one itole a
new balloon ff Charle llroadwlrk who
make nightly areniiona at Lake Cliff
rark. He had only ueed it once. He
WE ARE r.LUlluG GOOD OUR CLAIu
That buyers of Groceries are as well served at our store n
ainywhere in Bryan and that we will not be undersold
with your September orders for Groceries and Feed Stufls
Our wagons respond promptly to Phone 386.
IC. L BUILWCCI s. m
Machine and Repair Works
PORCELAIN BATH TCHH. IH KC E L A I X SINKS BASINS LAVATORIES
l-OMKI.ETE UAKDKM HOSE HOSE KEEI.S K1TCHEX BOILEKS.
of all description promptly done. Hend ua your Hose and Lawt
iiowers ror repair.
I'UMPS. I'UMI'S. 1UMPS-BAY "rUMP"
WE KNOW WHAT THAT MEAX9
Bnrea K.ar Hrt Nat l Bash
a sure sign
and a sale guarantee
that you will obtain the
bcit results if you use our
Try it and test lor yourself its many good qualities.
I BRYAN ICE CO. 1
...INSURE IN THE...
Southwestern Life Insurance Co.
or PAI.I.AS TEXAS.
WHY? Kerau it ia a Texaa Company haa ample. CAPITAL
ami Surplua and will KKKI TKXAS MONKY IN TKXAS.
JOE B. REED
will eiplaln th different plana and ratea. and can a lac writa Ac
rideiit and SSIck lienetlt Iiiiiranee In heit of companies and iclve
you ut what you want. and yon will know what you are ftettlutr.
Every man and woman under SO year In good health should join
. FKIEND-I.N-NEKU BOClP'.TY
Many now are enjoying the benefits from LIU Insurance that
would not If not for my etfort. li. ItluPID.
Aent for the ZONOPHONE. h clearet tone of
Talk line Machine- manufactured.
J. H. HARTZ0G. Manager.
Phone 3 99 for any information desired
about the Cotton Market.
OFFICE IN SMITH BUILDING.
WITHOUT AN EQUAL
Through Pullman Sleeper Service
- 6s T. C IE2.
Housion Tex. and Denver Col. via H. & T. C t j F Worth
and the Denver Road to Denver.
Dining Car Service between Fort Worth and Denver.
Also through sleeper between Galveston and SLUouis via
G. H. & S. A. Ry to Houston H. & T. C to Denison and M. K.
4c T. to St Louis- Also between Houston and Austin Waco
and Dallas. ?Suninier Excursion Rates in effect daily.
Two Through Trains Daily.
For information see ticket agent or address
1L A. JONES Traffic Manager. M. L. ROBBINS G. P. A.
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