Bryan Morning Eagle (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. THIRTEENTH YEAR, No. 239, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 12, 1908 Page: 2 of 4
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IrID it ever occur to vou why aTll-ora
il iness men Keep a cncciung account win
a bank? We will tell you. It enables
them to keep their funds in a more secure
place than the office safe. It gives them a better
standing in the business world. It enables them
to pay their bills by check the returned check
Individuals find a checking
VVIil Wt B f "
account very convenient and a source of saving.
Mnnev in one's nocket is often spent oh
A most elaborate and complete line of Ladies Neckwear
from 20c to $2.50 each.
spur of the moment while one is disposed to
think twice before drawing on his balance in
the Bank. "r.
Watch this Space for New Arrivals.
We have all the Newest Goods of the season and ask you for your
account during the month on the MERITS of our
goods and the SERVICE we give.
Fruits and Vegetables
E. J. FOUNTAIN
The Quality Grocer
Phones 111 and 179
Entorod at the l'ostofflre In Bryan
Texas as aecomd class matter.
lVmocrats all over tho country hope
that the Illinois IMdk Dan;; Hell will
ring joyously and that the Illinois
Cannon will bo spiked on November
HKYAN TF.XAS. SKIT. 11' ll'OS
horakor lias grown tamo ctioui;h to
cat out uf Tuft's hand .
t)lir ivt-'oi i.iiie campaign
do more pood th;ui a tlious-and dollars
sunk In Thomas W. Lawsou's "'ua-
Mr. Tuft is a llrst class rear
form orator lie says so himself
Thcso he the da s when a school that
don t open with vaccination is not up
Wild poose have arrived In tin- buys
alonK the coast or Texas. Look out
for a norther.
Orvllle Wright has dethroned tli
Casio whicli liorototoro has reigned
supremo as klti of the air.
The I'nion warehouse here has been
coiupicicii nun win Do turned over
to tho stockholdei s next Monday.
President Neal of I he Farmer's
I'lilon estimates the Texas cotton crop
at about ;:. oiKi. imo. lie ought to know
ah much about It as anybody does.
Vncle Joe Cannon charges thai
Aryan Is a millionaire but the accused
repels the accusation as a base shin-der.
"Mr. Aryan turns optimist." savs
a headline in the (lalvoston News.
Mr. Aryan has ahvas been an opt-
I in ri
If Wilbur don't hurry up with his
Paris experiments people will con-1
elude that lie is the wrong; Wright.
Orvllle has alieady denier -'rated that 1
lie Is the right Wright . j
The efforts Nae.i.lnuochon I: mal-.in;:1
to let the world k.iow the tru'h about
lis tobacco will b.Miefit ri.iuy other'
towns Inc Imllng Pry. :: . ISra.os c.iuntv
has tobacco hinds too. '
The St. Vincent the hi-vo:- b
ship ever floated was built bi
months. What's the use to be In a
ry about getting warships? We
noon build them if we ever need them.
Judging Hit Future by Hit Pat.
The Donlson Herald observes: "Cur-
rent Issue makes the prediction right
off the reel that Mr Mllner Is going
to make Rood as the head of the Agric-
ultural and Mechanical college. The
Herald sincerely hopes that he will
and he can count on the hearty sup-
port of this paper In any and every
way to that end. The Agricultural and
Mechanical college Is an Institution In
which the Herald has always taken a
great Interest. It has done some
splendid work and there is a great
Held for future work. The school Is
needed and II should be placed on the
most efficient basis."
Well why shouldn't Colonel Mllner
make good as the head of the Agric-
ultural and Mechanical college? He
has made good at everything else he
has undertaken and his efforts have
not been circumscribed bv narrow lim-
its. As n member of the lower house of
the Texas legislature he made goo I as
a legislator and mibseiiuently as pre-
siding; ol'llcer of that body he made
eminently good as speaker as some
el' the best laws on the statute book
enacted during his term id' office af
ford abundant proof. As n private cit-
izen he made good winning the ful-
lest esteem and confidence of his
neighbors. As a newspaper man Lu
in I I I . II" -!..' Ul .'
f- in a small town a paper that
everted a wide Influence In shaping
public thought along bcnelicent line-;
for the whole State. As a commission- 1
er of insurance statistics and agric-
ulture he made good by placing that
department on an eltlcient basis ami
since the division of those duties and!
the creation of the ilenartmetit of I
agrict'lt i:ie w iih a w'M.t scope of wot k
hi- lias made gi.od as oinmi' -doner el' j
letrleiillui'e. plaeln;; th.it dei.artni'-nt
oil .".'1 e!';eitive Imsis Where its man-'
Ifol.t m eluluess is ree-m:i'.. by nil. 1
III cvervll'.i".; le-t be has under j
taKe i 1.. der'.eti.ili.ili d I a re v I
ecuti'.- :liiit irul tl.iv-v w iio I. no v i
hilll b.-:.t hitvo no f.-.f lll.it lie will not
make !(e )s presl. lent el' the Agrle-
ttltui ul a;d Mech-mical cn!l-;c.
We ; -! . o 1 1 1 . 1 Laic to think that there
are nny ) enpnttlotic as to fear tlmt
he nv;y make ir.iod . Hull: ton I'esf
An Automobile In Town.
Madisonvllle saw her first automo-
bile Sunday evening when Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Stamps of Beaumont en
route to Wichita. Kansas drove a
Ford touring car Into town. Btopplng
tor the night at the Shaplra hotel.
Quite a number of amusing anecd-
otes are going the rounds as to the
surprise occasioned by unwary ped-
estrians especially negroes who were
overtaken on the roads by the tour-
ists. Some of them dashed right
through barbed wire fences In their
efforts to get away from the horse-
loss carriage one old negro woman In
the Connor community saying she
thought It was some of Clod's people
come down to look over the world.
Get the Savin
Lay up for a rainy day
unim null ) WKfll " iwuii iiuumf
Surolus and Profits 83000.00
The Clovolamlors are making much
of the fact that the parading laboring
men utterly Ignored John P. Rockefel-
ler last Monday though the line pas-
sed within ten feet of him. Well
can't labor Ignore hint one day in the
year when he Ignores labor the other
.".tM? Houston Post.
Pryuti Is ita!ly Interested In the
Improvement of Inland waterways.
When the big .steamers ply on the
liraos the wharves tit Pryan landing
will be only live miles from the center
' i ham.
It will be a good while until
next municipal election but The Facie
pi'ophesys at long range that if Mayor
.Mcloney runs for re-election oti a
municipal o nershlp of public-utilities
platform he will be hard to beat.
American made :i r. tU-utt m ri 1 Implo-
I'liuli me sold cheaper In South
jAmeriia than In TeMis. Vet Mi . Tal't
Slis seie.e of the tilt Iff schedules are
2f US.-B.-4. V. CIV
fRUITS OR NITS
Wc also have Fresh every day
the well known
BREAD GAHES OEdRCLLS
Baked by E. G t lesser.
NEW CITY BAKERY
In Hanvvay Building
Nice Juicy Steaks and Roasts
Are Hit basis ( gmi metl and make It orih while to put ore's trrt under '
the table We eiave lliem as well as everything else
that's E""J In the Meat Market lint.
w n me assurn.e tnaijr qunlliy of mean and courteous anp prompt service
all)l.e year round we are unexcelled.
M i a or ft ' M f v it o pJbSH
Cats Cran Shorts Alfalfa H
Bermuda Hay Prairie Hay and everything in the
Kcrncmher we m.nkp n snerinliu nf W'Ki'i.. W.lf c
u'witio v a. i a i. If 1 aV
Prompt Delivery. Phone 251. Wc will not be
Harder 81 Buck Si
If Tresident llryan would srnd Hob
pon u japan on some bol t of a mi!
plon may bo lie would learns
quit hla fe ;' - - V
The Texas Commercial Secretaries
Association denies that it is a polit
ical orsanlntion. but it will keen a
ddivim; committee at Austin durinir
the hossIoii of the legislature . If the
Farmers" I'nion did such a thins there
would be a howl from the same news
papers ami poiiiicians that are
boost im; th. commercial secretaries.
Kus.'-ia is suffering from war. pes-
tilence and famine. Such are the frulis
of a ftresit centralized government
such as the Itenublloans me sceldn''
to establish in this country.
j The nntl-sufirai:ctts m-pno thj-i
I women should not vote because liiey
jilo not bear arms. I!ut women do
'bare iirnie. In belli eases ll is done
now I for show so the onlv dirference is in
COTTON is mo
.Yonr iiier.-'nutit handles fresh home
Thorounh in founJation work ami
in a complete cours tor raduata
ClHirih-PatMins Kiinler.artcn Ct:t
l adtein fjKcm for beginners. Special
course for teacheri
I am "II" on C()I-l()N'lNM;4VNf-K 'anj all c
kiiuls for that niatier l.tit CO'l' TOX is the principal subject
iliscussion riht now and 1 want you to pet the host insurant
The I5FST is all 1 oYa!
luiiitH's"! with Ml.
l-t. lWI. VTV I.YMTM I tin-
- i.i a i i viv ll. ll' iv iv-.ri .i.i
y customers therefore ilon't he bashful i
' 'iv tunc day or nipht. I II
1 IIINK r OV1 R.
in therefore its up to you to place
I am mi
necessary to p.
calling tno by j
call no matter '
i elephone io.
before anJ after
ix-i.'uni evrv.----" ' () 1-ICK IN SMlI
i.' I;.-' i ' ii 1 ""i' in i... j Huntsville Texas f
N i' - -.i i m
t Butcher Corns
When a few applica-
tions of our
Liquid Corn Cure
will remove the worst corn. It is applied like a paint -with
a small brush supplied with each
bottle. It's the best for corns
bunions and cal-
Fifteen Cents per Bottle.
Em me I & Maloney
I'iirt. compensate fur kecpiiiK n boy un-
.terVuch brutal Influences.
Thf Republican organs are as mum
tu- mice now about rear platform or-
atory nnd canned speeches. Their
cause Is so desperate that their can-
didate has resorted to both like n
drowning man catching hi mnun
MmVachiren "KAST0L" the perfect tasklelss Castor Oil.
Texas Federation of Labor will
the Thirtv-lirst lecislatur
a compulsory education law. Thl
(piestion has riot been suftlciently dis-
Missed in lexas for public opinion to
l)t crystalized and no hasty action
oils-lit to lie taken. It is n matter of
sreaf ftuportance one which involves
the fundamental principles of sodetv
ami uovernnient .
mere was a time In some of the
Mumiern States about forty years ago.
when men rlskeil liliei-tt- -.... a
! even life for the ilemnrra'tlr. r..rt
: to this good day some rrf them never
asked a favor nl Its hands. If tho
other members of the party will put
as much as these old men will do
o help the party triumph at the polls
Bryan will have i campaign fund near-
ly as Innre as Murk Hi nnn rn Ion) t- I
defeat the Xrhrapkan In ispfi. And of
Delicate and delectable
odors all the new sum-
mer fancies and the old
time favorites. Per-
fumes of refinement-
sweet soft and lasting
We have all the newer varieties
Smith Drug Co.
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i wiHirrj MJiyun texas
REAR FIRST NATIONAL RANK
CALL TO SfcE ME
neep Texas Money
Do you know "Vam" he artistic and
iie win open a hrst-class
Oyster & Short Order Cn
at Holmes' Confvrtini
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Bryan Morning Eagle (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. THIRTEENTH YEAR, No. 239, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 12, 1908, newspaper, September 12, 1908; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth322461/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .