Bryan Morning Eagle (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TWELFTH YEAR, No. 288, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 10, 1907 Page: 2 of 4
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TEA AND COFFEE
They Please People Who Want the Best
For Sale By
E. J. FOUNTAIN
"THE QUALITY GROCER"
179 -TWO PHOSES-UI
The Daily Eagle
Entered at 'he rostorfire in Bryan Teas
i second cla matter.
BV CARS' KS & WALLACE
BK VAN TEXAS NOV 10. 1907
There never has leen nor never
cau be a uiouojxdy of transporta-
tion by water.
Governor elect Katzetiback of
New Jersey docs not live in the
An old negro died in Darlington
S. C a few days ago. All busi-
ness was suspended and the entire
population attended the funeral
the local military company in full
uniform acting as escort. Nothing
could prove more conclusively that
admiration for true merit is no
respecter of persons anions the
Ieople of the South.
g TASTE rrMSn
II mh I
Manners b W
Sdtftj r yOU have to imagine EQ
i Ctw 1 either of these two in
O h? I rich golden finish every bit jSP
et solid cak. You should
Is I scc t'irn t0 conv'ncc Tur- )
0 it "") self of their solid value. tff
Jr I L " There are many more pat- to
jj 139? I I terns on our floor may we
1 s Iyti Buchanan I
S u J Moore Co. f
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1 -cw rs nr. ir W -sr -STN -WO wOw cv O. 7Ci 7T
There are many more pat
terns on our floor may we
not show you?
Since he heard of the
Cleveland Senator Foraker wears
the smile that don't rub off.
ISryan Fagle has added a lino-
type to its equipment. The Hagle.
no doubt is one of the lest small
dailies in Texas and has a mag-
nificent patronage from the Eryan
merchants and we predict tor
them much mere success. Frank-
result iu I lin Central Texan.
There is an immortality of fame
awaiting the poet who will write
an epic m praise cf the peanut.
There arc jieople who
mcmlier when Pennsylvania was a
democratic Mate incredible as
it may seem.
Every morning the last chapter
in the history of the financial flury
has a front page joMtioii in the
South Carolina has alwlishcd
the dispenrary system and adopted
local option. A state prohibition
campaigu is under way.
The governor wants all obstruc-
tions to the view removed from
saloons so that anybody can look
in at the lroul door and see who's
The most destructive beasts now
preying upon the property of the
American people are the bears of
Wall street. They ought to be exterminated.
A woman writer says that oc-
casional serrations are good for
married couples. The fact that
women are the complainants in
most if the divorce suits indicates
that many of them desire perman-
can re- ent seperations.
Making of laws to control and
regulate the corporations had no
more to do with bringing on the
financial disturbance than the
question whether or not Mars is
inhabited. It was stock gambling
that did it.
Mayor Tom Johnson of Cleve
land since his last victory was
asked to become a candidate for
president. His characteristic re
ply was: "Nixie I have the lts
job on earth now and I know it.'
it tne Atgnans are as tntv as
sert decendants of the ten lost
tribes of Israel they and the Jews
will probably get togtther some
day. Then there will be some
There is a man in Des Moines
who asserts that he never "by
wortl or need fYiininitlnl a sm
The A. and M. College has no If he had livcd S6. vears Q am
more ardent admirer among ttie roud have ma(e ROod his assertion
newspapers man me rori u orui hewould have been crucified.
Mar. us uouqueia are irequem
REAL tSUTE TRANSFERS.
Reputed for The l'ale by T. R. Batte
attornev-at la's real e?ate and rental
K. I). Eiiii -tJ o.lt to C.U. Walter.
3 2-3 acre ot land out of the Tho.
Curry headrijjht; conside.ation 7.'fi.ty
Sol Kills and ile to C. (5. Waller. 2
acre of !ar.d out of the ColSert Italer
Thomas Curry aod W. C. Sharks leagues
1). M. Uan.by et a! to H. P. Dansl.v.
37 1-2 aire of land out of the T. M.
Splane lea1"'. rotiideration $350.
0. C. Sn.ith and A. M. Smitfi to I)-.
NV. t'i. DrumrtHtnd tlieir interest in 2"
actet id !a:id out of the Abner I re Sr.
league; conideation SlWt.
1. eii auai;e and w.feto Alict Jtnlin
6S 1-2 i-rti of laud out of the H. Jone
lurvey; coniderat:on S tcr.
Cieo. J. Neii'ilrk. et al to (I. s. IVler it will not bring very low temper.
Iit ' and t. e ra-t ha'tot lot S in b'ofl j tiues but the COol W.1VC following
K in the city of Hran; i-oiiide:ion it will cause .1 Cold wave SHOWS
SltHM). i uoith a blizzard in the northwest
J. P. Veaer and wife to j. L. Foun- and will inaugurate a long jvriod
tain. 21S 1-2 a re of land out of the i of real W'.uti r Weather.
FOSTFR'S WEUIIL'R REPORT.
(Copyrighted lO? by W T. Foter )
Washington I. C Nov. 9.
I.ast bulletMi gave forecasts of di.
turbance to cross continent 6 to
10 warm wave 5 to 9 cool wave
i to 12. Next disturbance will
reach Pacific coast alout 11 cross
west of Rockies by close of 12
great central valleys 13 to 15 east-
ern states 16. Warm wave will
cross west of Rockies country
alnitit 11 great central valleys ij
eastern states 15. Cool wave will
cross west of Rockies about 14
great central valleys 16 eastern
This disturbance will cause a
aititmuai.ee of the high tempera
ture wave mentioned in last bul-
letin and the cool wave preceding
x-l lesiucnt I'd Una ot Luua nas
The Caldwell Udgerreiwrts that cf perpetuating American ruie in
'UJCKC1 a :K'dr Cuba as the onl means of saving
011 me eagua oriage m-iow svm- the island from tnaichy. plunder
en me a ten uiruis a;u. .uaj uc ; atj rilltl.
it was m teddy U-ar. .
j The Interstate
1 . t 1 t
a iiiau isu 1 airaui 01 any wo-.wavs convention
man whom he can flatter" says a Houston Thursday is more import-
philosopher. Hut alter his wife ant to the peopie of Texas than all
geis acqiuimeu wun mm nattery the political conventions to beheld
.1 .1. .1. 1. ... . 1
don't work with her any more
lien he gets home Secretary
A Bryan man's wife becoming
Taft will recommend building an convinced that coffee is not good for
ueua4 oauiesiiip ior use in tte him serves postura at breakfast.
arm. 11 warms c.uxn can Ix 'He savs it is like drinking
fouud he is the man to command water out of a colored bottle
u- 'substitute for a toddy.
Damp weather and tudJen change in
(empreature this month itart many a
cough and cold
Emmel sVhite Pine
and Tar Cough Balsam.
Cheel the couching. heaU the toreneM
anJ drives out the cold. It it pleasant
fe and quicllv effective. Fine for
children -PRICE 2Sc
EMMEL & MALONEY
DRL'CCISTS ASD STATIOSERS.
Mtr Haine .ea;ue; comideration fl'""1.
J. I.. Fomita.n W. Weaver. 2i)-t
acte l land out of the Miet Haine
Mai ena Caury et al to 1". L. Ramey.
55 1-2 ac e of land out of Samuel Datid-
on !t.iv.e: consideration 9333.
Fd S. LVtden executor to Frank Koh
35h 1-2 acre of land out of the Kolert
Carter and Jno.' Am'in league; consid-
T. R. Joev andifeto M. ScarJino
lot 1 in blocn 17s in the city of Bryan;
Mm Fill Taylor et at to H. F. Smith
24 2-3 a-rt of land out of the A. I).
Hju'ton letjue; Consideration $37.50.
Mrs. Amelia Ward to H. F. Smith
24 2-3 acres of land out of the A. I).
Houston league; consideration $37.50.
G. W. fctchaults and wife o J- M-
Moore 171 1-3 acres of land out of the
Francis Henderson league; consideration
J. W. Katts to J M.'.Haslett. 50 cres
of lard out ot the F. W. Smith survey;
)no. Kosarek and nifeto W. H. Wehr-
marin M acres ol land out of the Jno
Williams league; consideration. 4l50.
(i. S. I'arker and tsite to M. Scardino
lots 2 3. 4 and 5 in block 2m. in the city
of H-jan; ttiiisi Je-aticn SS!'.
Ida MCo'quoia e et at to U. Paul
Panshv smith half of lots I 2 3 and 4 in
block 2' city of Kaan; sonsidertion
J. F. Zak and ite to Mi. Julia Kal-
enec lots 6 and 7 in block 1." city of
Itryan; consideration $1250.
I. M. H-islett and ssife to Andre
Krus 5'J acres of land out of the F. W.
Smith survey; consideration 9500.
Paul V. Ss ptak and ssite to Mrs. Kosa
I'ourth disturbance of Novenu
Ur will teach Tadfic coast not far
from 17 cross vest t.f Rockies
by close-of IS. great central val-
leys 1 9 to 21. eastern state 32.
Warm wave will cross west of
Rockies about 17 gieit central
valleys I9. eastern states 21. Cool
wave will cross west ot Rockies
about 20 great central valleys 22
eastern states 24.
This warm wave will not go to
high degrees the cool waves le-
fore and after the storm center will
bring coll weather altogether
making a period of Mow normal
temperatures. The cold wave
coming at close of this disturbance
will bring real winter with exceed-
ingly low temperatures. Much
ynow may be expected in northern
sections and much rain in southern
from 14 to 24 and the tempera
tures will average low from is to
end of the month.
Immediately following Novcra-
ler 9 generally high temperatures
will prevail and not much precipi
tation till a.'ur 14.
Holik pa t of lot 4 in Mitchell's addition I
to the citv of Bryan; Consideration $12K.
J. R. F.dmonds and ssife to V. V.
Foster and J. W. Hamilton a piece of
land out of S. F. Austin league No. 9;
V. W. Foster and J. W. Hamilton t
Mrs. Catherine A. McKenre a piece of
land out of S. F. Austin league No. 9;
COL'NTV INSTITITE DUES
I'tof. T. W. Parker county superin-
tendent announce-! that a llrant County
Teacher' Institute ssiil be held in this city
Dec. In to 20. and the law makes ft com-
pulsory that teache's attend. To do
this the schools f the county ssiil have
to be dismis.ed for that sserk.
I'rof. I'arker has prepared an outline for
the work of the Institute for the four days.
nd it has been approved by State Super-
intendent R. B. Cousins. Copies may be
obtained by those interested upon appli-i
cation to I'rof. Parker.
I. V. II. Co! was appointed by the
County Court ot Ilrazoa county Tex-
an on th- 1st day of November. A. D.
r.nt7. administrator of the estate of N.
U. Cole doeeahod. All iiernotia hav-
ing claim asalrifct said estate are
hereby required and notified to pre
sent the same twthlri the time pre-
Hcrllwd by law. My residence and
'otttoffir addrea are each "Hryan.
llraaoa County. Texas."
V. H. Cole.
Administrator of the estate of X. B.
Cole uVeeaxe.1. Not. JO
SELLING 01 T.
Before moving from Bryan I will close
out my entire stock of picture and frame
at (reatly reduced prices. You will only
have a short time to make your selection.
icture frame made to order at about one
half price. Alooio Carter. 2v0.
GOOD POINTS .IN SHOES.
No one. no matter how exjiert. can
tell by merely looking at a shoe if
It Is a Kn one or not.
To know the makers name helps
but some nickera turn out more than
one (trade of suos-s.
There'a one way to be perfectly
safe In buying a shoe; find a maker
who knows but one grade the best;
who has been making the beet for
many years; wnose shoes don't
chnneire with age; who makes shoes
for what they are more than for what
he gets for them. You buy a Drew
Selby shoe; they are ma le by a mak-
er that wont put his name on any but
a iierfs-et shoe. Ask to see stxje K.
Wagner k Hran.lon. 2s'.t
Nine of the thirteen Kirhy lum-
ber mills in Texas will shut down
when they have sawed np the logs !
on hand nig stocks and car
shortage are the reason given.
Over two thousand men are thrown
out of employment by this order.
GRAIN FEED STUFF & HAY
WILSON GRAIN CO.
PARTICULAR WO MEW
Find all those daintv necessities of refined toilet in infinite
variety at our drug store buv youi toilet articles and sun-
dries from us and you will get the best goods best treat-
ment and the best prices.
Remember You Get a Square Deal Every Time
CAVITT'S DRUG STORE
With the Newest Seasonable
The old reliable John Wittman Tailor Shop can always be de
pended upon tor quality style lit and promptness.
111 vi: i s voc odi:ks
Insure in tte SOUIHrYESTERN LIFE INSUHACE4C0. of DalltTex.
Whyf Re. arise it is a Teas comiianv. has ample Capital and Surplus and sill
keep Tesas money in Tesas. j II. Kred ssiil explain ti e d.tferert plans ind
.ates and can also ssrite Accident arid Sick llenetn Insurance in best compa
nies and give you just sshat you ssant and you ssiil know sshat you are get-
heaitn mouia pin
F.sery man and woman umle' 1 years in RiKd
i- r rKllND IN NU I) SOCIKTY.
Many are now enjoying the benefits from Life Insi tance that ssou!d net if not
for my efforts.
Joo B. Reed
We have installed a Planing
Mill at our Lumber Yard and
invite your PatronageFin-
ished Lumber Moulding etc.
We quote yoa Inviting Prices as follows.
All common or rough dreed lunnVr ceiling.
and leveled siding at
Flooring and novelty siding
ately low prices.
We want your lumber trade and solicit) our cotton ginning
. . . PHONE . . .
That is the serdut of those ssho have been buy.
ing our Meats and market products fur year test.
e are selling oxer the counter at our tsvo market
THE BEST MEATS
tkat can be obtained from selected cattle We have
everything seasonable and the largest Refrigerator
UrrFR MARKET PHONE 30
1-OXVKR MARKKT PHONE 326
W. C. FOUNTAIN
DENTI 8 T
Office I'pitursloser &caoh2 Orn Cost pass
S. H. FRANKLIN
l Complete Line
HafboeW BooK J1orc
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