Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 287, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 17, 1907 Page: 2 of 7
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WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor.
H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor.
E. C. SEITZ.fDaily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor
W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept.
THE CHILDREN'S HOUR.
The Bulletin feels that it ought to make some editorial com-
mendation of the children's story telling hour at the library.
There is nothing that so delights a child as a good story well
told and nothing that will make such a lasting impression upon
the mind. The children who go to these Saturday afternoon
Story Hours will get there many lessons they could not obtain
elsewhere and they will be given in Such away that they will
not realize that they are being instructed. Those who were at
tbe library last Saturday are eager for the time to come again
and where the child can be kept in. anxious expectancy of an
.event it is certain to enjoy it. There are a number of good story
tellers among the ladies of Brownwood and .the children who go
are sure to be well entertained. There were just 112 of the little
folks at the library last Saturday and next Saturday arrange-
ments will be made; to accommodate 400 should that many be-
present. The library committee hopes to Jaccomplish much good
u Cniiviar !ffrtrinrm"mfftirin-. and asks the co-ooeration
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of all the parents of the town.
A; COMMENDABLE WORK
An enthusiastic meeting of the Daughters of the Confederacy
through the New Orleans papers to defend himself and tomake
it appear that Texas would oppress capital and especally rail-
road capital. Refering to the criticism of the Houston Post es-
pecially CoJ. Fay says 14 Some' of the demagogues in Texas
would delight in sending somerailroad officers to the penitentiary
but none of the railroad officers are going to gratify their lust in
this direction even though it does result in misrepresentation.
Political demagogues particularly in the south have done incalcu-
able damage to railroads interests in the past years and in some
sections have blasted any prospects of building new. lines' and
further development. The people will finally be the judges of
the office seeking politicians who are trying "to. perpetuate them-
selve in power by the persecution of the railroads" etc. Could
any language be more intemperate or more unjust to the Post
and to the entire state of Texas? The Reople of this state .are
tiring of being pictured to the people of other states as dema-
cogues simply because thev insist on havintr the railroads and
the corporations meet out justice to its citizens. Shajl the rail-
roads be allowed to slaughter Texas citizens to conceal from the
public as loner as possible the extent of the damages and rhmi tn
abuse the press and the people because they insist on knowing the
facts about the accidents? Shall the press be abused and villified
by these railroad corporations represented by such men as Col.
Fay just because it insists on gathering and distributing news?
Does Col. Fay expect his road to have the good will of Texas peo-
ple when he calls them demagogues for such reasons as these?
Does fie expect Texa to submit to being held up to the world
through the press of other states as people who are seeking to
send railroad men to the penitentiary for no just cause without
resenting the insult? Is such language as rs quoted above that
of the man who desires to deal fairly with the public or is it
the intemperate utterance of one who Knows .that his road
would trample upon every right of the people of Texas if not
restrained by the. strictest laws? Does not Col. Fay prove that
he himself attempts demagoguery by using the incident of the"
Strange wreck to write an essay for the New Orleans paper on
Among other things tne imaginary oppression oi raiiroaas.an.ci tne persecution of rail-
'WaS-XltilU lit LilC ilUlcXL) oaiuiuo.v cll huvi . w..v w...-. . . - 1 v
done a movement was inaugurated which I will certainly have the roaa omciais in lexasr n tne boutnern racihc road expects to
hearty approval of all who are in the leastf interested in the Con- receive favors from the people of Texas ft should call off its let-
federate causea s well as all lovers of histbry. The organization -ter writing vice-president or require him fo exercise more pru-
-.. . i i.: c iu- !i:u.... v-vl- rlpnpp :ind fonmprnnen ivlinn hp indii!frp liinitulf flirnnfrh tUa 1
determined to oegin tne collection jui me ijuicu v ul a v.uiiiptic ' -"'ytn
history of the war including biographies 6f the prominent con-
federate officers and statesmen and to keep' up the Work until;
this rnlWHnn is as comnlete as it can be made. The work is
right in line with the purposes of the Daughters ot tne tonieci--
t-Ui&Ztr. nim n nnrnafnatA tli mpmnnVs' of thn war
deeds of heroism its history etc. This announcement will be es-
pecially gratifying to the old soldiers themselves in that they;
will be enabled without cost to themselves to have access to
such a valuableBColiection of histories of incidents which many
of them canCrecall from personal experiences. These histories
are usually quite expensive and often cannot be afforded- by
many veterans -who wouici HKe to peruse uiem. rugiiL iiuw uiu
press is issuing a great many books bearipg upon" the war in its
. . many phases as viewed from a southern standpoint. Among the;
number are such works as "Recollections of a StafT Officer" by
' ' Gen. G. Moxley Sorrel Chief of Staff of Longstreet's First Army.
Corps "Forty Years of Active Service" by Governor Charles T.
O'Ferrall of Virignia "The War Between the Union and the
- Confederacy and Its Lost Opportunities" by Gen. William C. Oates
recently governor of Alabama "Life of Robert E. Lee" by Henry
Shepherd "Memoirs of John H. Reagan ''Morgan's Cavalry'
bv Gen. Basil W. Duke "Mosby's Men" by-John H. Alexander
" "Confederate Operations in Canada and New York" by Captain
John W. Headley "Johnny Reb and Billy Yank" and many
others. These are mentioned merely to snow wnat a neia oi use-
fulness lies before the Daughters of the Confederacy in their
; work of building up a complete library of Southern war litera-
: ture and placing it where it can do the most general good in the
Carnegie library an institution which has already become a
creat agency for goVd in the dissemination of the best literature.
COLONEL FAY'S MISTAKE. '
Some time ago there was a disastrous wreck on the South-
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cm j. acutu ivau h-"a iivuuw.. - " i'""""r o 1!
anrl monv nnnnlp hpintr itli nred. The Houston naDers comnlained
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that they were not afforded facilities for securing information
that the public desired the special charge being that the claim
agents of the road threw every obstacle in the way of securing
the names of the injured and the extent of their injuries in "order
that they might be able to compromise possible claims before
publicity was given to the injuries. The "matter came to the at-
tention of the railroad commission and orders were issued that
tne roaos snail nereaner uiant: piumpu icijuil lu liiv; uuimiujooiuu
of such matters. Of course the commission was poverless to
make them allow newspapers to have access to the reports but
the paper can hereafter get them from the commission. The vice
president of the Southern Pacific road has; rushed into print.
; umns of outside papers.
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- Sept. 23rd 1907.
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Some Ancient Laws
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haul vpiaily rtmjh"-'X ivrJii.ii(r:ih-
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TIi on shall Itavi- ilo tit heir Gods
Tbou shall no make 'unto .thee
iny r raven .-inuige. or -any likeness
of anything that... is in heaven
jiImiw or that .is in the earth be-
neath or that is in the water un-
der the earth.
Thou shall not take the name of
the Lord thy (!od in vain.
Remember the Sabba'th day to
keep it holy. Six days fhalt thou
labor and-do all I by work.
Honor thy father and thy inoth-
er. that thy days may be lung up-
on the land which the Lord thy
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Th.m shalt not kill.
Thou shalt nut commit adultery.
Tlion shaft not stead.
Thon shalt not hear false wit-
ness .against thy neighbor.
Thou shalt nut covet thy neigh-
bor's house thou shall not covet
thy neighbor's wife nor his man-
servant nor his maid-servant nor
his ox. nor his ass nor anything
that is thy neighbor s.
In the centuries of legislation
since these laws were given to man
there has-been no improvement on
them and their strict observance
by any state would lead to an
ideal condition which .would surpass-even
the most strict obser-
vance uf our .Texas laws.-Fort
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Mayes, Will H. Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 287, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 17, 1907, newspaper, September 17, 1907; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth345407/m1/2/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.