Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 252, Ed. 1 Friday, September 28, 1906 Page: 2 of 6
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City National Bank
United States Government Depositary
Loans and Discounts $ 2'5?1
U. S. Bonds anl Premiums : 1 0;.00.00
Furniture and Fixtures vl-Jvl
Expenses and Taxes Paid W-
Cash and Exchange ; H3.0
Capital Stock 5 50000.00
Surplus and Profits f2jl40.90
Individual Deposits $2.9f? .-0-
U. S. Gov. Deposit jO.OOO.OO o-b9(..6r
G. S. PARKER President
E. H. ASTlN Vice-Pres. ED- S- DERDEN
ALBERT W. W1LKERSON Ass't Cashier
E. W. CRENSHAW Assistant Cashier
This bank with amrle Capital and large Surplus and
Profits is rrerared to care for the business of the commu-
nity upon the most favorable terns. Courtesy and prompt-
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.
We call special attention to our
new Hue of up-to-date turned and
ready-to-wear hats a t Bonne-
That it la the trueet ecouomy to buy
a Singer (Sewing Machine can le
perfectly demonstrated by T. A.
Batterwhlte the Singer a?ent. -'l
No chain Is stronier than
In the selection preparation and dispensing
of our Medicines. Our label is recognized
in every household as synonymous with
purity and correctness. Wc set the stand-
ard of highest excellence in Drug service.
Emmet tSL Maloncy
' fJ r Pngrtith Drvgglt ' '
SENATOR BAILEY ENDORSED.
Commended ai a Loyal Fearless and
The following endorsement was
circulated yesterday by Mr. T. U.
Batte and readily signed by those
who.se names appear below:
Bryan Texas Sept. 2" 190.
The undersigned citizen of Bryan
and Brazos County beleivin that
the Honorable Joseph W. Bailey
has always proven hitnuelfto be an
honest and honorable man and a
loyal fearless and elBcent repre.
eentative of the people in Congreee
we hereby expreea our unshaktn
confidence in hi intregity and
ability; and affirm our loyalty to
him as the democratic nominee
for U. S. Senator.
Inasmuch as Mr. Bailey hsi
expressed bid determination to
stump the etate at once we believe
fair play demands that the people
withhold any ceneure until he is
F. M. Law L. L. Mclnnis W.
P. Bryan D. S. Hart Jno. M.
Lawrence Geo. A. Adams P. E.
Pryor J. S. Mooring Jr. J. M.
Caldwell J. T. Wilson J. J. Ta-
ttim Jae. L Edge M. S. Edge
j; F. Zak B. F. Payne P. H.
Hensarline.G. D. Tucker G. II.
Echols J. F. Mulhall W. S. How-
ell G. B. Abercrombie J. L.
Fountain E. J. Fountain W. II.
it's weakest link.'
You Need It Now!
The Fall season calls for a
Fall hat and when you buy
you want the correct snap.
We have'the newest styles in
Soft and Stiff
1 a j
including all the latest colors
and shades in
at prices to suit every purse.
Special Also just opened a
a new lot of
for fashionable dressers. Call
and take a look.
HUNTER & CHATHAM
Bell G. B. Butler. J.'U. Edmonds
L. I). Heath. A. D. McCommic
J. V. Howell H. C. McMichael
J. I. Barron. L. J. Cox. G. U.
Wicker Jaa. J. Conway Dr. A. L.
Mundrick. H. Marwill S. K. Mc-
Clung Lem B. Hall. E. B. Iu.x.
J. It. Zimmerman W. V. Harri-
Jno. E. Aolin. R. K. ChatUm.
V. T. Jame. S. M. Derden. S
Cooper. Jas. H. Webb. II. W.
Hoell J. M. uuiioci uson
Bradley. W. R.Goen A.M. Bro
T. R. Batte A. J. Buchanan J
Webb Howell. R. S. Webb.
The Eaale learns that a teiegi&m
was sent to Senator Bailey yeeter-
. ai l . I- L
JaV inviting mm la epea i;rrr.
PLACES SECURED FOR SEVENTY.
In reply to the iniuir publish
ed in the Eagle yesterday morning
for boarding accommodations for
A. and M. boys Mr. A. . Wilk.
ereon inform the Eagle that he
received application yesterday
for seventy student boarder a from
fourteen diflereut perronc who ere
prepared to take from tf to
twelve boys and quote rates from
1j..j0 to'llS.OO per month.
Further conference with the A.
and M. authorities to learn how
many student they wish to place
in Bryan under favorable trans-
portation arrangements will be
necessary before it if known upon
what basis to make the effrt to
seen re the transportation.
The Eagle will be pardoned for
calling attention to its value as an
advertising medium as thowo by
AMENDMENT TO INJUNCTION.
Cornicana Tex. Sept. 2G. An-
other step was taken today in the
Hardy-Mays Congressional con-
tent when M. J. McKie attorney
for Judge Rafus Hardy filed an
amendment to his original injnnc
tion suit before Jndge Cobb in the
District court here.
The amendment reviews the
proceedings heretofore bad in the
case and in addition to thoee
already made parlies to the suit
adds the County Clerks and
Sheriffs of the Sixth Congreesiond
District. Judge J. C. Scntt is
also included. The petition aki
that all of tbeee be restrained
from interfering' further and lha
the parties: having the matter' In
band be required to put the came
ofRufua Hardy on the tieket t
b voted at the general election. -
Judge Cobb eet Tuesday. Oct.
2 to bear the petition.-
Cattleman Either Thrown From UU
Horr-e or Fall Off.
0. H. Uaron a Loaf-TIni UaUroad
Xaa Loses His Life by Loco
mollr Crashing Into la-
' boos li Has Is.
EI Paso Sept 17. Ceorg O. Sowell
a cattleman with ranches in El Paso
lod Jeff Davis counties was found
lead forty miles from borne. His bri-
dled and saddled horse which was
found cauzed a search to be made
for the body or Mr. SowelL There
were no marks oa the corpse and It
Is not known whether bis horse threw
him or he waa taken with a fit and
fell from the animal. Deceased was a
well known cattleman and had many
warm friends and no ennmles so far
as known. The general Impression Is
his death was due solely to an acci-
dent. O. H. Damn for the past sli years
a Mexican Cntral railway conductor
and twenty years previously employed
In like capacity on the Texas and Pa-
cific waa Instantly killed In a rear
end collision on Uie Central 12S miles
south of El Paso. Conductor McHush
of the rear train waa also badly wound
ed and may die. The locomotive of
Conductor Paeon's train had "died
and the engine of th other freight
was trying to push both trains Into a
nearby station. The first engine left
the track and the rear engine washed
through the caboose where the men
Commission Holds It Has Right
Make Rates for Confedtratss.
Austin. Sept 17. The railroad com-
mlsMoa holds that it has authority to
call a hearing for the purpone of maxim-
special rate for the Confederate
veterans' reunion at Dallas Ot ?3
and 25. Commissioner tSorey dissent
Commissioner Colquitt addrrttxed a let-
t"T to Major K. M. Van Zandt of Fort
Wort commanding the Confederate
vftcrans In Texas In which he s.iys
he has received a l.-ttcr from Colon-!
Milton Park of Dallas warding ip
clal rates and he (Colquitt) mat) a
motion that the question be f t down
for hearing proponing a I' maximum
rate for the old soMli rs. ComtnlxRlon-
er Storey subengui'ntly wrote Major
Van Zand! that the commission had
no authority at which time Commis-
sioner Mayfleld waa nbseot. MayfitM
has returned and he acree with Oil
qnltt that tbo rommUlon has Jirtv
diction and tbo hearing will be bell
If Major Van Zandt so d'lrs.
Notice of hearing wa lss'iei by the
railroad commission calling for a hear-
ing rct. i to consider the proposition
to require th Southern Pactfl rsll-
way to Increase Its pai-enger accom-
modation wist of San Antonio to HI
Pao and alno same proportion on th
Teia and Pacific wrt of Al)ll'ne
Conolil'-ratiM complaint has been made
of Inadequate pusM'ngur ervlie 00
lie Unci. .
On Hundred Bales of Cotton Fell I"
Galveston. Stt. 27. The barge C.
W. Peln. from Houston for Galveston
with 1.000 bales of compressed cotton
capslrcd In the bay here Thnriday
morning near pier 10 on account of
heavy nea. One hundred bales went
into tho water and were picked up
about he docks by many negroes who
plunged In and floated the cotton
asho-Si They are holding the rescued
poowrtr tor i a bale salvage. The
t'i'inn Is Insured.
The Galveiton De Forret Wireless
station waa In communlcaMoa with the
Mallory steamer benw. which alled
from thla port for Nw Yrk Wednes-
day at noon Thursday at 10: Jd o'clock
The vessel was V miles out and hal
endured no unusually rough weather
notwithstanding the hurricane wblcb
passed ahead of the steamer and
struck New Orleans. Tha eteamer
Concho which sailed from Kr Weal
Wednesday morslog for GaWestofl
with a large list of passengers doubt
less wss trick by the hurricane.
GIston felt no efects ot the
storm with the exception of high ran-
Series relt at San Juan and Peepl
Fled In Terror.
San Juan. Porto PJco Sept 17. TTie
city of San Juan experienced a series
of heavy earthquakes Thursday be-
ginning at 10:17 a. m.. Increasing In In-
tensity and lasting thirty seconds. The
terror stricken occupants of the shak-
log buildings fled to the streets. Even
government buildings were deserted
but no damage has been reported. Ex-
citement emocg the people waa In-
tense. Will Visit Holy Lsnd.
Washington. Sept. 27. Orders bsve
been Issued by th navy department
for the refrigerating ship Glacier now
en routs from Sues to. Port Said to
proceed to Joppa in order to give the
members of the crew aa opportunity
to visit the Holy Land because of their
arduous experience. In conducting the
dry dock Dewey to the Philippine . .
1 ' . . .
Twenty-Si Given Papers.
Waxshafble. Tex Sept. 21. Twenty-six
Bohemians look out naai-aatu.
rail zat Ion papers.
Cotton Mill Fee Dublin.
Dublin. Tex..- Bent 27 Business
men and farmers will build a tiuO.OOO
cotton mill here. - - ' '
WE ARE MAKING COD OUR CLAIMS
That buyers of Groceries are as well served at our store as
ainywhere in Bryan and that we will not be undersold.
with your September orders for Groceries and Feed Stan's.
Our wagons respond promptly to Phone 386. ' '
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L Machine and Repair Works
roRCKLAIW BATH TfBH. POBCTLA1X SIXK8 BASIN'S. LAVATORIES
COMPLETE OAKDK.X HOSE HOSE HEELS. KITCHEN BOILERS.
of ail descriptions promptly done. Uend us your Hose and Lawn
Mowers for repairs.
PUMPS. PUMPS. PUMPS-SAY "PUMP1'
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Agent for the Z ON OPHONE. the clearest tone of any
Talking Machine manufactured.
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. R. Batte
Attorney at Law.
Real Estate for Sale
I have several nice family res-
idence for sale ranging In price
from tOOO.UO up on the most liberal
terms ; all situated nea the graded
school on. east aide.
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Office at James' Drng Store.
Special Attention Given
Eye Ear Nose and Throat
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Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 252, Ed. 1 Friday, September 28, 1906, newspaper, September 28, 1906; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth321921/m1/2/: accessed May 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .