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Bryan daily eagle and pilot. [volume] (Bryan, Tex.) 1909-1918, August 25, 1909, Image 4

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Toe bun remarked to the muley cow
As she cachled her dally lay,
(That Is. the hen cackled) "It's fun
ny how
I'm food for an egg a day.
I'm a fool to do It. for what do I get?
My food and my lodging. My!
Dut the poodle gets that he's the
household pet.
And be never laid a single egg jet
Not even when eggs was high."
The muK'y cow remarked to the ben,
Aa sbe masticated her cud.
(That la. the cow did) "Well, what
then?
You quit, and your name Ih mud.
I'm good for eight gallons of milk
each day.
And I'm given my stable and grub;
Ilut the parrot gets that ninth, any
way , 4
All sbe can gobble -and what does
he pay?
Not a dribble or milk, the dub!"
But tho hired man remarked to the
pair.
"You get all that's cumin' to you.
The poodle does tricks, an' the parrot
kin swear,
Which Is better than you can do.
You're neeeoaary, but what'a the use
O' bewailing your dally part?
You're bourgeois workln's your on
ly excuse;
You can't do nothln' but Just produce
What them fellers does Is Art!"
The Musicians' Chronicle.
14 L.rA V. Jm
Cae frier 1 rto kss r-rrt a k-j
nd useful Y.Z and looks good for an
other half century expects bis reward
In heaven and meantime Is a philos
opher. He can Ulk on any subject
ader the sn, from "tbe flower of
poeny" to "tie precession of tbe equinoxes.-
He apparently knows tbe
"Iliad" and "Odyssey" by heart, so I
know that when he banded me a bit
of rerse It must l good.
"Hera Is a hymn on the solar sys
tem or some other lofty theme."
thought I. placing tbe sheet In my let
ter case. When 1 arrived borne I read:
The Hunt climbed a wall. II climbed It
once.
He ellmbed It twlr than crawled away.
Tbe bee sipped a flower, lie alpped II
once.
He sipped It twice then flew away.
Tbe man kiaaed a maid, lis klaaed her
ones,
IU klased tier twice then walked away.
The wall waan't sunny; the flower had no
boney;
Tbe maid had no money. Funny!
The problem now la whether tbe con
tribution Is a Joke or a gem. National
Magazine.
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Reproved Again.
"I am told that there are some fine
scores to tbe credit of Hcrr Batontap
per." ventured Mr. Cuurox during a
lull In the artistic conversation
"My dear." said bis wife. w were
dlacumlng music, not baseball."
Washington 8tar.
An Optimist.
Ta. what Is an optimist?"
"An optimist, my son. Is the man
who make himself believe It will not
rain tomorrow because he doesn't pos
sess an umbrella." Cleveland Plain
Pes lev.
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Telsphon HI
lc'rs in Parker Building
I sm now betterls)uipped than ever to do
up-to-date tailoring and firt-cla repairing
and pressing. JOHN WITTMAN.
New location up-ttairt in Parker building.
V. 0. Hudson
Bryan, Texas.
W. W. Wilson
Franklin. Tex.
HUDSON A. WILSON
i
e ' Attorneys at-Law
Bryan and Franklin, Texas.
Will practice in county, state and fed
eral courts. Special attention to busl
nes In Bniroi and Robertson counties
FOR SALE.
1476 acres of land In tbe Moses
Hughes survey, near Edge. Prlco and
terms reasonable.
SO acres adjoining A. and M. College
land on west side near Providence
church. Known as tbe George Pletzcr
place.
V. B. HUDSON.
J. W. BATTS
REAL E8TATE AGENT
OSce in Taliaferro Build I eg. Opposite
Court House. Pbone S7
Have In office tbe only set of Abstract
Books of Brazos County Land titles
FOR SALE
256 acre In the Burleson County
Levee District all fenced; 235 acre In
cultivation; 8 bouses. At half price
and on reasonable terms.
OR. ALGIE BENBOW.
DENTIST
HaSWriX'8 BOOK TOHI
W. C FOUNTAIN
DENTIST.
CONFIRMED PROOF.
Residents of Bryan Cannot Doubt
What Has Been Twice Proved.
In gratitude for complete relief from
aches and pains of bad backs from
have publicly recommended Doan
Kidney Pills. Residents of Bryan who
so testified years ago now say tool
cures were permanent. This testimo
ny doubly proves the worth of Doan a
Kidney Pills to Bryan kidney suffer
ers.
Mrs. E. B. Roberts, Moseley. Street,
Bryan. Texas, sayx: "A year ago
gave a testimonial In which I told of
the benefits I had derived from Doans
Kidney Pills. I gladly renew that
statement now, realizing that so msny
persons are In need of a rellaUe kid
ncy remedy. For sixteen years I waa
a victim of kidney complaint and at
timet I bad slight attacks of rhftt
matlsni which caused my limbs To
become stiff and "painful. My kidneys
were also disordered and the passages
of the secretion were irregular. When
I heard of Doan a Kidney Pills. I ob
tain! a box from Enimel & Maloneys
drug store and they entirely relieved
me. I have since enjoyed excellent
health and bave no trouble whatever
from my kidneys or back."
For sale by all dealers. Price COc
FoFtcr-MIIbum Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agent for tbe I'ulted States
Kctnembcr the name Doan's and
take no other. tf
Pilkerton Wen the Race.
At one of tbe regattas of tbe Na
tional Association of American Oars
men during tbe early nineties Jamea
Pilkerton. for many years the cham
pion sculler of America, was matched
to row double against another team.
He and his mate were tbe champions,
and tbe general belief waa that they
would win without effort But the
Bight before the regatta public opinion
suddenly and mysteriously changed.
Mr. Pilkerton knew that this was not
caused by any new development of
strength In his opponent or any loss of
akCl on bis own part. After making
some quiet luqulries be discovered that
there was talk of his rowing mat hav
ing been bought np by the other side
and of an arrangement to throw the
race.
Ue didn't say anything about his sus
picions, but when the two men were
seated in the ahell and were well out
Into the deep water be leaned over to
his mate and said:
"Look here, you blooming cutthroat
You've got to swim, drown or win this
rare! You know me!" Ue won.
Cfice upstairs over Smith Crvg Co.
IK) YOL" OWN A IIYO.MEi INHALER.
If you have a little liyotuel Inhaler
(pronounced lly-o-nie) In your home
you have a treasure. '
Into tlili hard rubber Inhaler you
can pour a few drops of Hyomel and
presto, you have the Wat little physi
cian for catarrh, coughs colds, bron
chitis, croup and asthma, the world has
ever known.
When you breathe Hyomel you
bring the healing virtues of the moun
tainous forest to your home. You get
the very same healing, antiseptic air
that you would breathe If you resided
In the foreita of pine andeucalytpus
of Inland Australia, where catarrh or
consumption waa never known to ex
ist. If you have a Hyomel Inhaler in
your home, get a bottle of Hyomel
for to cents.
If you have not an Inhaler, ask
for a complete outfit, which costs but
one dollar and Includes an inhaler, a
bottle of Hyomel, and simple Instruc
tions for use.
Hyomel Is sold and guaranteed by
E. J. Jenkins to cure catarrh, asthma
or bronchitis or money back. It will
relieve a colj In five minutes, and
it will break It np In five hours. It
gives most gratifying- relief to con
s'inii tion sufferers, and Is sold by
dtf
Cus Ind&sslion
It r lievra stomach mWrv. sour atom.
nrh, N l-. liini.aud cure all Mrnnvh rt:
t att or nutx-y lia'.k. Laro lx if tal
Ui W cvnu. lmigits iu fcU U-ruA
Would Bequeath Her Ears.
Harriet Martinean displayed orlg
Inallty In the provisions she made at
one time for tho disposal of her re
mains. James Payn relates that, bav
ing consulted Toynbee, tbe distinguish
ed aurlst. with regard to ber deafness,
"she was so pleased with the Interest
he took in ber case that she resolved
to leave blm by testamentary bequest
ber ears. Sbe announced this inten
tlon In tbe presence of ber medical
man. Mr. Shepherd, who to my lull
nite amazement observed: 'But. my
dear madam, you can't do that.
will make your other legacy worth
less.' Tbe fact was. In the Interest of
science. Miss Msrtineau had already
left ber bead to tbe Phrenological so
ciety. I asked tbe doctor bow be
came to know that 'Oh.' he said.
she told roe so herself. Sbe bas left
10 In her codicil to me for cutting It
off.'" The doctor, however, died be
fore bis patient, and tbe Phrenological
society never received tbe legacy of
ber bead. London Chronicle.
A Cheerful Letter.
Tbe following was sent by a country
man to ms son in college not many
years ago:
My Dear Son t write to send you two
pair of old bmcbw, that you mar have
a new coat made of them: also some new
socks, which your mother knit by cuttlni
down some of mine. Your mother sends
you HO without my knowledge, and for tear
you will not epend It wlrnly 1 hare kent
Daca hair and only send five. Your moth
er and I are well, eierpt your aleter An
nle has ot the measles, which we think
would iread among other alrla If Tom
bad not bad tbem before, and he la the
only one Ml. I hni you are well and
will do honor to my teaching. If you
do not you are an aaa. and your mother
ana myeeir are your affectionate parenta.
Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror.
A Nice Bird.
Io you like a nice bird?" asked the
host as they sat down to tbe table.
"Ob. yes!" refpomlcd tbe guest im
mediately and enthusiastically.
You ought to call on my sister." ex
plained tho other. "She's got one of
the finest canaries ym ever saw. Well,
what kind of a amiwlrh do you think
you can eat?" Ixmiion Telegraph.
An Arbitrary Classif cation.
"So you think every patriot baa a
more or less clearly defined ambition
to bold public officer
"Yea." answered Senator Sorghum.
"Aa a njle. patriots may be divided
Into two classes-tlie appointed and the
disappointed." Wsshlngton 8tar.
Badly Expressed.
"For heaven's sake, be careful with
that rifle, man!" exclaimed a musketry
Instructor. "You Just missed me that
time."
"Did I. sergeant ? I'm a wfully sorry."'
responded the Indifferent marksman.
London Fun.
It Quieted Mother.
Tbe boost was all pild for. Mother
was exulUut Jubilant, reiterative.
"8ay, mother," burst out six-year-old
raul eagerly, "print it: on your cards,
mother, print It on yoar cards!" Delineator.
The Ususl Thing.
"What's tbe proper thing at a wed
ding r
""V".ih the pair happiness aud tnll
everybody else there's no eartbiy
chance for lt."-Loulvl!le Courier-Journal.
There I pnradux In pride ir makes
snme men ridiculous, but prevents
otbcTH from lomnUij; so. Co:tou.
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Did you ever vioit
ITexj York, Chicago,
St. Louio or any of the
Great OitieoP If co
you thoroughly poot
ed yourself on hotelo
before you got there,
didn't you? Wanted
to know right uhere
it was located and
just what it was going
to cost you, didn't
youP
That's the secret of
advertising. Let the
buyer know right now
what you haye to sell
and what it will cost
him, and when he gets
ready he will know
where to go. He will
have his hotel located.
The Daily and Weekly
Eagle are Mediums that
will thoroughly post the
purchasing public as to
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your business.
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