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Eleventh Year. No. 176.
Bryan, Texas, Saturday Alornlnjr, June 30,
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1 " ... i TROLLEY LIHE PBWIIIHikr'i sifsiiT .
u mr-w oiuriuCiM 1 d vji umu 41 u.ivil ui u.iui
Hunnally's Fine Candies
In 1-2 pound, 1 pounJ, and 2 pound cartoons.
Shipped by express only.
Blanke's Candy
Cakes and Crackers
Royal Blend Tea
If your grocer hasn't got what
you want, phone us.
FROM PROMINENT HOUSTON CAPL
TALIST TO B8VAN
ANSWER HI III 1 mi
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
Senator Til'man A(M.'pm Senate
fin Jlr.-. Jlurrw Slatti-r.
TOM) OF THE SKIRT.
HOWELL BROS
The only Coffee Roasters in Bryan.
Mr. EJird Kennedy's Representative
Meets Member of tbe Trolly Line
Committee Yesterday Now
Is Ibe Time to Act.
Said !ot Only v 1 here llelM la i
That (ruirnt, lint Ainu In
om otbrr Artirlrt of
Mfirln? Apparel.
Tre
Accident
INSURANCE""" S
Vacation time is here and the usual crop of
summer accidents will follow. I can protect you
for my companies issue most any kind of policy
you possibly could think of attractive, liberal
and inexpensive. For those who do not care
for a regular accident policy. I can issue accident
tickets Irom one day to thirty days. These often
come in handy lor little outing trips.
I can also insure your blooded livestock at
reasonable rates. My company is regularly in
corporated with paid-in capital stock.
In fact I can insure anything insurable. Your
business will receive prompt attention and be
appreciated.
GEO. A. ADAMS
Office in I'aiker building. Telephones 265 A. 47
Agency Oliver Typewriter.
The Leading Druggist
FOR -
4'
Fine Stationery
Pure Fresh Dnms
Accurate Prescriptions
Three Registered Pharmacists
See our line of Fishing Tackle.
jt. 33:. JAMBS
'n.ui.piioNi. ;.- ui.r..-.
Mr. Joseph Fain of Houston wan
in the city yoU-nlay repm-enting
Mr. Edward Kennely, a well
kuown capitalut and iuiuottr
backed by atuple -Hiital iu the
Held for tbe promotion of railway
and trolley line, and laid before
members of the IJryan-Collega trol
lry line committee, at a meeting
held at the ol5ee) of Doremun iV
Duller, with Chairman J. W. Dore-
muit presiding, a proposition to
thiance and construct the prom.
el trolley Hue between Bryan and
Colle. The proposition come
from an experienced promoter who
i ready and willing to build the
road, anl th term, a outlined to
the Kigle reporter, are given be
low. According to the concenuit of
opinion i-f luember! of the commit
tee who were prefeut the propori.
tiou is within the financial reach
of the citizen of Ilryan, and there
hould be no baiting or delay in
complying with iU terms. The
contract ful.rnit'.ed to the citizen'
of Bryan is that there hall be d.-
Iiuted free of all coht all right-of i
way and terminal ground nece :
f.iry tor th operation cf aid line. '
The estimated c..t of building and j
equipping the rad is placed t
t7.",Mi.on; the people i.f Bryan to
t.ik- sJ-i.imi.oO , tu.ck and the '
j promoter to take Ci,0k.(m ml
j St. -k , cuti.e t he paid hi cn-h,
, ecr purty receiving therefor mi'
. eiuivalent in etfk lit t..ir m!;i.-.
J lie promoter agr.-e. t) be;n
grn iini.' in ninety day- from !:
of coi, tract, and to con.pMe an I
have t ho road ;n operation in tir-'-cl.ir-
condition one year fioiij .the
d.ite of completi.'ii f ti.e grade.
TIih prop .: iti 0:, Ihl!.'t ,' llr.t-pl-
ed or njerie l in t-n fro:n
th:- .lit.. houM the proj.o-;ti-li
! .1 lej.ti d tiie promoitr .-.cim-. to
l.;ive .in enin'-r on th" gr umi
Washington. June 25 Senator Till
man Interrupted the regular buslnenu
of th m nate 1 hurmlay to w ak on his
resolution calling for an Investigation
luto tbe taction of Mr. Minor Mor
rl from the white house lat Janu-
a.-y. He romplalned that tli resolu
tlrn ha l U-ca (junhed aiMe ;ontantly
for one reason or another. He apoka
of Mr. Morris a en elderly lady, and
referring to hU formr dlarnatilon of
the cane said ho bad Leen f harired with
goln; too far In characterizing her
ejectment from the white hous,e ai
"hrutal and cruel."
He recalled that on that occasion
he had Men iharK' d by another sen
ator with an effort to vent his person
al feellr.tr uicalnst th present chief
executive He had nt then l.een ahle
to supply the proof, tilnre th n he
had been held up to srorn for harlnc
presuimd to eipre his htii't feel
ing, and he never would have again
Bpproahe. the auiijert. "but for the
fart that tt.e name of the man. AssUt
ant Se n-tary Haroe. must be held
responsible for the act. ha been sent
to the senate for the oiitmaterhhip
of Washington. This nomination Is
conp("-r-d enind to throwlr. the mt.
I ter lu the t.-.-th of the senate, although
j the seriat had not !,own It teeth, on
i the subjwt. He then iletall.-d his ef
fort to have the nomination of Mr.
Damn rt-J'fted. reading hU letter to
; Eenator Carter, rbalrman of the sub
committee having the nomination In
; charge, and much other bi aring an the
' fubject. He told, iil.so. uf hU tnef
; fi rtual effort to k-i lire an Invei-tl-1
Rati. in 1 -f hi charge against Damn.
and then si.l-l th.it In order to Jut:fy
. l.U bringing the matter Into the open
r fi r..."e ! t.n l drawn hi resolution no,'
a li prnvble for an Investigation of
the a. tlotl of the police In ejecting Mr ;
I Morris from tlie hlte house. j
la order that he might not be ac (
(ii-i l of tit,fa:rr.es. Mr. Tillman hat
rr.d Mr. p.arne' defense of hi con
durt In the MorrU rae
He iilso read the nati n.nts of El
n.i r I, ralne. who was. he said, one
cf th six newspaper mill at the ex
ecutive office h-n the Morris Ir.rl
derl occurred.
He 1 ouniieiited at si'ine lT.g'h upon
Mr. I'slne's st.iti nu-r.t. saying he was
the 1 t.ly one of thi c lx men wlo h !
cvi r had unvtt.li.c to do ahotit the
i:..i!ti r outside of ..o lr own iapers
or rlvate cor.ver.-atlun Thl he
Ke of a "r n arkHbie an'! t'.i 11
I iimil from ...r. l'ali.e's ta!"
t Ills MMii !i:i tit was rfeiri-d to
in sul.si.ir.M.itloi" of the '.it-
!.t.
t to I K. : t t.'.tei:;. tit, he
it i!i-i hire ! to .e the
.ii t' e 1 a These were
a s'.i'i r.u tit from James .
t.rw -; . ; r man who t. ol
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wl.;.- Mr. I'rlre .';.!.! f'..e w;.i
d o!i bl.e n s 1 k ef .Ct "
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Postoffice Drugstore
PURE DRUGS
DRUGGIST SUNDRIES
STATIONERY, BOOKS,
, PERIODICALS, CIGARS,
TOBACCOS AND
FINE
Candies
POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE
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' Bryan.
A t 'ne
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ii"i i.k'.i iifnuii' a ironev ,11 e
any e-irlier, ea-ier or on more l'.iv
...r.ihi.' teriu than tho-e herein t
' forth, and we would like to the
j birgain clinched and the work
j be'in. after all proper safe gtmd
! ing fonnalitie have been arrnn-d.
I The Kagle learn- that Mr. Ken
j nedy regard Bryan as ilendidly
j lor.iteu for material growth anil
I development and that he is Viil.
ing to prove hi filth by a hand
some investment. Gentlemen of;
Bryan, what are you going to doi
about it? j
Mr. Fain, who accompanied
Major V. II. Cavitt up from Hou-
ton yester.lar. droT over proposed
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! - . Mr I" . I : :i . in m 11 y are s-n h I
f - ! .! v t.cv ir t In ;-ei 1 1 a won: j
J . v II i.f l!, I::'.' r.iry f,.r t!:?.t !
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tl T'.e .!e ,;..t.g the Ilt.i- of Imp
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Servant Suspected.
Iyn.loii. June The Time' Pt
rter!,urg orrt spi n !i r.t lesrns that
the court Is ai... ui to return to Tsar
fkoSilo owing to the discovery that
thm tm r-volut!or.arle among the
jahue erTant at 1'et.rhif . ,
Refused to Fir on Striker.
Moscow. Jure lib A special d!-rt-h
to the Russky Flovo say that
two regiment at YiollzabethucI Lair
refused to Ere on striker.
route for the trolley line with
Major Cavitt ywterJay tfternoon. j
About Ended.
Washington. Juno 23. Guatemalan
UW'U U slJ ta it a'..c.t it an tul.
heFirstWationa
an(
OF BRYAN. TEXAS
At the Close of Business June 18, I9C6.
RESOURCES
bxins an l Discounts $ 27,3S-.9r
I. S. Hon is ani rrcmiums 52,200.00
Snxks. Securities, Etc '92M
Real btate, Furniture anl Fixtures 9,500.00
CASH 189,056.93
LIABILITIES
S100.000.00
r rJ V;v,v 25.ooo.oo
I n JiviicJ Profits 19,505 57
Circulation 50.000.00
DEPOSITS 343,823.33
S55S.333.yo
I, H. O. Boatwriht, vice-prcsiJcnt of the above named
Bank, do solemnly swenr that the above statement is correct to
the bei of my knowledge and belief.
H. O. BOATWFIOHT, Vice-President.
( J. V. Howt-a )
Correct Attest: - Gay M. Br'an Jr Directors
( L. L. Mdnnis )
S-.ibscribeJ and sworn to before me this June 21, 1906.
W. C. Davis, Notary PuMic,
Brazos County, Texas.
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is the best wood preservative tht can
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n.
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C.Vesmirovski
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Drink
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GREATEST
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Drink
Everybody sells it
BecauseEverybody wants it
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