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Bryan daily eagle and pilot. [volume] (Bryan, Tex.) 1909-1918, September 29, 1909, Image 2

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Entered at the Poetofflce la Bryan,
Texas, im second class mttter. ,'
Ratea of Subscription.
Om month f 40
Ttre montha 1.00
One year 4.00
Advertising rate on application.'
' Subscribers will confer a favor on
the mansgement by telephoning the
oClce promptly when carrier tall to
driver tbe paper, or when chacjtc of
residence occur. . . , .. ,
BRYAN'. TEXA8. SEPT. 2, 1909.
The world's appetite for peanuts Ij
increasing In something like a geomet
rical ratio. Tho capacity of Texas
for furnishing the peanuta la unlim
ited. .
Taft haa gone down 'deeper under
the ground than ever Roosevelt did.
The chancea are he doaient have done
it If Roosevelt hadn't been out of
In order to bar out all but rich men
from the Taft banquet In Dallas the
root of a plate waa fixed at 125. This
is not a reliable test becauie there
are sensible rich men and poor fools
with no more sense than to pay $25
for 25 cents worth of grub Just to be
ablo to boast that they dined with the
president". j ,
fcwaaMwJ law Wrl .
We solicit your needs on the
strength of our having a most
complete stock of Horse Med-
icines and veterinary snppliet,,
such as
ClJt xt lYiteh lixzsl.
Pcl Gsntisn.
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llsrw Gte;sr, Etc
Let u fill your want in this
line. ' j ' 5
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A full supply of '
Glover's Dog Remedies.
Lister's Dog Soaps.
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Pciiry r.:r.:d::s
Lico tnd IX9 Destroyer.
' Chicken Criers Cures.
Purc:druo dispensers
Wbo the town man and the country
man get together to make something
happen. It U going to happen. They
are allies who cannot be resisted.
Parla Advocate.
The interests of the town man and
the country man are tbe aame and un
less they get together and stay to
gether neither can prosper as they
should. And the movement that baa
been started In some counties for the
people of town and country to get bet
ter acquainted la one In the Tight
direction and will be of incalculable
advantage to them and to the state.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Pacta. Tbe town man and tbe coun
try man got together on 'tho- Corn
Show and made lta auccess. They
are together on tbe stock show and it
will be a hammer. Tbey are togeth
er to stay ogether and there la there
fore something hlggei snd hotter in
the future for both. Mark the predic
tion. Corsicana Sun.
The country man with a little help
from the town man got up a corn
show, a horse show, - a hog show,
chicken show and an all-round ag
rlcuttural exposition in Bryan that an
tonlshed the natives. Next year the
town men who didn't help will run
over one another to get In the game.
Senator' Culberson It Is said Is en
route for Texas, may have reached his
home by this time. It Ii expected tbe
senior senator may deliver an address
on public questions at some time ere
long. Indeed a movement Is now on
foot In ,Waco to request bim to speak
soon, either In this city or In Dallas,
a be may . prefer. ' Mr. Culberson
becomes by reason of Governor John
ton's death, a very important figure
In public life and what he may aay on
public matters especially those that
are -of concern to Democrats- prill1
have more weight than ever.-lvaco
Tribune. - r jf
Senator Culberson has been the fa
vorite of many Democrat since tbe
last election for the lcaderihl of tbe
party In 1912 and, since Governor
Johnson haa been removed from the
activities of men,' public thought Is
turning to 8eaator Culberson as the
next Democratic nominee for tbe pres
idency, with a degree of unanimity
that will Justify his friends In believ
ing that bla nomination will be a cer
tainty. Port Worth Star-Telegram.
The Eagle will Issue about tht last
of the current week a apeclal number
the object of which la to encourage
and assist the movement to build the
line from Bryan to the A. and M. Col
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lege. It will contain all the informs
Won available on the subject. Includ
ing Interviews with these best inform
med on the various aspects of the
subject both from the standpoint of
Bryan and of College. It will be Illus
trated with pictures of persons and cb
jecta germane to the enterprise and
will be made aa attractive In appear
ance as our means will permit. Two
thousand extra copies will be printed
lor distribution. ,
In compiling, printing and circula
ting thin largo apecial edition we are
of course Incurring a 'vge extraordi
nary expenditure ef miey aa wsll as
of time and labor, in consideration
cf which we earnestly appeal t tht
business men of Bryan to assist us
with a liberal advertising patronage.
Hitherto under similar circumstances
they have never disappointed us and
we feel confident that they will come
to the rescue generously in this In
rtance. t
Says the Bcliville Times: "Nine
tenths of tbe people do not know what
tbe tenets of Democracy are untU
some politician tella them, and fully
one bair of the time the politician tella
them wrotg." .......
The first statement doea not apply
to the people of Brazoa county but
the latter Is true everywhere. :t
Dr. Cook entrusted the flag he car
ried to tbe North Pole to Mr. Whit
ney. Commenting on this Peary
saya he would not have entrusted bis
flag to his own father. Tbla Isn't
saying much for Peary's father and la
Mill teas creditable to Peary himself.'
Tbe Taft administration haa taken
in hand .to make a new monetary
system for the United 8tatea. Most
of the people want a system that will
make mon y easier to get without de
creasing lu purchasing power. . .
When Henry Hudson in that old
Dutch tib. the HaU Moon .In WZt
sailed up to where Albany now la he
never dreamed of the racket that
would bo made about It three hundred
yearj later.
First National Bank
of Bryan, Texas
Will be glad to make reasonable advances at reasonable
rates to amy farmer who desires to hold his
cotton for higher prices.
We will be glad to serve you and invite you to call and
talk over the matter with us.
J. W, HOWELL, Preident
GUY M. DRY AN, JR., Vice President
H. O. BOATVVRIGHT, Vice President
L. L. MclNNIS, Cashier?
R. VV. HOWELL, Assistant Cashier.
Open for Business
I with to inform, my friendt that I hsve bought out Mr. J. W. Hunicntt's
Livery Butinras and am now open id the old Tabor stable, North Msio street.
Good Horses and Brand New Buggies.
Boarding Horses a Specialty.
Yor Pstroaage will be Appreciated. -
n 1 have an extra large
on hand and am sell
Tng bem at Great Bargains. Be sure to look at my line before buy inc.
Tbe subject of oar etady at the
prayer meeting tomorrow night at
the First EapUat church win be "What
Is the Object of Prayer Meetings?"
Everybody la Invited.
M. Ceaver, Paator.
,.Tb ladlea of the Free iptiet
tcurch wia give a tea at tie 'home
of Mrs. L. A. Barrow on Thursday af
ternoon Sept 30 from I p. m. to T.
Everybody cordially Invited. 2U

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