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Bryan daily eagle and pilot. [volume] (Bryan, Tex.) 1909-1918, October 21, 1909, Image 1

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FOURTEENTH YEAR.
'BRYAN TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 21. 1909
NUiin?. :::
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Wagner' i
Nck Line of
White & Ecru
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. Nd
Curtains
New Fall Goods.
Edam Cheese
Pineapple Cheese
"Red Cloud" Full Cream Cheese
Scararr.clli MacaroniSpaghetti, Vermicelli
Buckwheat Flour and Pancake Flour
Fresh Roasted Coflce
every day.
Howell & Newton, Inc.
Grocers and Coffee Roasters
Phones 23 and 150
M RAILROAD ASSURED
CAPITAL STOCK SUBSCRIBED AND
ENTERPRISE WILL EE PUSH
ED WIT H ALL HASTE TO
COMPLETION.
1,
til
TO
MEET MONDAY
aassBxzjaai
IS LEFT
ID
Wealthy Money Lend-rs Will Hat
- . Cared Well for Them.
36-in. Scrim
in Red,' Illue and Green
figure. Something new
for Curtains.
Red, Blue
Green and Ecru
Curtains
i - 3 Yards Lonf
0125 Pair
500 Pieces
in
Scarfs, Covers
and Doylies
Just Received
SHETLAND
FLOSS
in Black. White and
all shades
You can find what you
want at this store.
A. J.
GCO.
t-pti.ll to til .If'O-
New York. (Vt. 21. Tin Presbyte
riiui and t lie Hahnemann boHplials of
this city will be about $!HMI,000 richer
by the term of tho will of Mitchell
Valentine, a money lender of West
chester Village, who died at the iie
of &. years, leaving an estate conser
vatively estimated at $2,000,000.
Aside from a few bequests to rel
atives and institutions the fortune Is
to be divided equally between the two
boopltaU.
REVIVAL MEETING.
The Eagle is authorized to announce
that a series of revival meet Inns will
begin at too Methodist church In this
city next Sunday morning and contin
ue Indefinitely. 8iecial announce
ment of Sunday services will be made
from time to time. On week days
there will be two services. 3 p. ta. and
7:30 p. m. The pastor will conduct the
services and earnestly Invite the co-
oieratlon of all christian people.
COOK WILL
He
mm proof
Will Begin Work on Documents
Next Week.
Tho
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H;mtIu1 to the Kale.
Toledo, O.. Oct. CI. pr. Cook
said yesterday ho would bo ready to
submit proofs of hi dlwuvery of the
North Pole to the University of Copeii-
h.-i?en within two months or ponslbly
a month, lie will Lrn work upon the
document uon his return to New
York Immediately after the close of
lis lecture tour at, Minneapolis next
Monday.
SHIPPED FINE CHICKENS
Mr. John II. Mike shiped a pen of
ten fine tame cocks today to a party
In Mexico. This was the first ship
ment en an order for one hundred
which are to be shiped between now
and Jan. 1st. Mr. Mike gets the splen
did price of $10 each for them and be
has orders for more than he can raise.
He Is making the chicken business
pay and says every farmer in the coun
ty ran do the same If they will fix
for It and give the business any attention.
The First State Bank
AND TRUST COMPANY
OF BRYAN TEXAS
GUARANTY FUND BANK
Effective Jsnuary lit, 1VI0.
This bank is operating unJer a State Charter and the
State laws are very strict. A thorough examination of the
bank will be made every three months by expert bank exam
iners and published statements of its condition will be made
five or six times a year. We offer you absolute security.
The stockholders of this bank are all conservative citizens
and the interest of its patrons will be looked after carefully.
Zzzz t?.i do Castes with us.
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CALL, Frcsliett. I. fl. SUll, Vice PrcsUctl. v. I.
CCLf, ClStlCT. E. J. JICTS. I. r.tANSSY.
m w.cettTii. w.j. cmtuL
When Organiistion wji Be E?
ty Ciectien ef Of fee rer 01-
rector"
The Khk!" Is in.!eed rcjolied io be
abb- to Bunt-urn e tc.djy t!nu the :.f.v
r.iilro.id tj tl.,. iir.i. s , turn bu pj.-.-m1
beii.l til.- siui-f of r(!i.'MKy
and U iui asHured actuality. The biif.l
v- n.' ti of lit) an took bold of the
matter In a way that showed a d-ter-mlu.vlon
lo succeed a fid succea U
already theirs. It wa proponed to
organize a fork coinpauy with a fi
ItallzaMon of $"0.'0d to put the enter
prise through and the amount ban al
ready been fully subscribed. Tho sub
scription lists however have not been
closed and will be kept open to give
every citizen of Bryan an opiortunlty
to Lwme a stockholder In the enter
prise.
The men at the head of the move
are thorough going and are not going
to let any grass grow under their feet
They are olng to push It and keep It
moving until It is completed, the last
rail laid and the trains running.
A tneettnu of the stockholders has
been called for next Monday morning
at 10 oclock at Carnegie ball and It
li earnestly desired that every sub
scriber to the stock be present. At
this meeting It la contemplated to
lerfect organization by the election
of officer and directors and go right
on with the preliminaries m-cessary
to be done before a start is made on
the actual work of construction.
This Is among the greatest an
nouncements ever made for Bryan. It
meant that the trade of one of the
richer! sections the sun shines uon
Is forever secured. It means that
Bryan Is to be a city. It means that
Its future Is as safe and secure as the
rock of Glbralter Itself, and that the
very gates of hell will not prevail
agtlost It. '
Will continue to give to our pitrons the arr.: service
which has been so satisfactory in Xr.z p;:t
)
With Ample Resources, Long Experience and a
Thorough Knowledge of Conditions, wc feci that
we arc in position to serve you to your advantage.
A SQUARE DEAL WiTH
ABSOLUTS SECURITY.
G. S. PARKER, Pres. E. H. ASTKI.Vicj-Prc:.
A. 7. VILKERSO:i, C2sh::r
E. 7. CREIISllAW, Ass't Czh:;r
j. ii! cole j. k. p.oer j.n.Et::u::i
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STREET USE
15
BAYLOR 12, HASKELL 0
Baylor University Defeated the Has
kell Indiana by Overwhelming
Score Yesterday.
Mi
NEW GOODS
Ralston'i Whole Wheat, 12-pound sacks. . CGc
Ralston's Graham Flour, 12-pound tacks. . 06c
"CHOCONET"
- .- v - .
The new Breakfast Food, made from whole
'wheat and pure chocolate, Call for sample and
then ask for some in your next order.
BELL BROS.
- -..THE QUALITY GROCERS'..
Two Phonss 111 & 179 Two Grccsry Wtgons
Special to trie Eagle. 1
Waco, Texas, Oct. 21. In one of the
hanlest fought and best played foot
ball games ever staged on Carroll field
Baylor defeated the Haskell Indians
here yesterday afternoon by the score
of 12 to 0. The game was fast and
brilliant throughout. The Baylor team
while consisting of the same men. did
not look like the team that fared Tex
as Christian University Saturday.
Coach Mills seemed to have reme
died all the defects that the previous
game revealed, and today his team
tilared almost perfect ball. At the
beginning of the game Baylor received
the kick, defending tbe south goal,
without attempting any risky playa,
and rapidly advanced the pigskin
down the field, making terrific plun
ges through the Indian line and good
gains by close end runs. The Baylor
tackles and guards went through the
Indian lines for good gains. At the
end of the six minutes leaser went
through for touchdown and Captain
Robinson kicked a beautiful goal
The second touchdown came about
the middle of the second, when Fouls
recovered on a side kick Just Inside
the goal line and carried the ball over.
Robinson again kicked a perfect goal
There were few fake and trick plays
In the game, the forward pass being
attempted only a few times. A feature
of the game was the punting by CapL
Higher Courts Hold Verdict of $12,500
to Be Valid.
The verdict by which Cus Street Jr..
of Houston was given damages to the
amount of $12,500 for personal Inju
ries received while In the employ of
tbe Morgan Ixiulslana and Texas rait
road has been affirmed by the San An
tonlo court of civil spirals. The ac
cident occurred In an adjacent state
and tbe matter of Jurisdiction by Tex
as courts was at Issue.
Tbe plaintiff In tbe original suit.
tried In Harris county, was In the em
ploy of. the Southern Pacific and was
Hdtig on a track vetocpede. Tbe w heels
left the tfack at a brdge and young
Mr. Street was precipitated to the
ground below. His skull was fractur
ed, and It was found necessary to
reniove a part of the bone.
llonston Chronicle.
TIE SMI L1G0S
lers at luines" to Le attended to.
and plana for next year discuss. J.
Let all conic who can and help to
make It a successful meeting.
W. U EDGS,
President Brazos County Fanners
Union.
Cetton Agents Catner Up Flood Scat
tered Bates, Some Floating Five
Miles Down.
FtwclU to the Easlc.
San Marcos, Oct. 21st. Cotton
agents from Galveston. Houston and
Dallas were here yesterday looking
after two thousand bales of cotton
washed Into tbe San Marcos river
Tuesday In the flood caused by the
cloudburst. Some of the bales floated
Rve miles toward the gulf, but all or
the staple Is accounted for. Water
has been pumped from store base
ments that were flooded and light and
water plants have been repaired and
an now In operation.
Itt C:3
CICI Hi
Is a constant worry to the busy
housewife. Let us help
you by susestinjr
the following:
Bottled Pickles all sorts.
Barrel Pickles, sour, 3 doz. 2bc
" Dills 2 " Sc
Mangoes 1 '' Ztc
" Sweet Mixed, qt. 5.3c
' Kraut, 6 pounds 25c
" Mackerel, 2 and 3 for 25c
Bottled Olives, Manzanell 3c
" Queen '. . 25c
Hot Relish ,25c
Prepared Mustard 10c, 15c, 25c
M acaroni. Cheese
Cianbenie
Fruits
and
Vegetables,
COUNTY UNION CALL.
A call Is Hereby Issued Jor a meet
ing of the Brazos County Farmers Un
ion with Rock Prairie Unkifc on the
rirst Frldaym November, same being
the fifth day of the month. Every
local in tbe county Is urged to be
represented by strong delegations and
all union members who can do so are
urged to attend as there are many mat-
Besides the above list we (have
everything in Staple and Fancy,
and will appreciate your trade.
Sellen of Bulti's Excellence
Flour andfTelmo CannedGood
iiinitiMiimmMHiMirnViii
$ tit .c.
Fresh VesetfafeSes
AND FRUITtf DAILY '
Nice Chickens and Fresh Eggs, Swift's Premium llams
and Banquet Bacon, Buchanan's Creamery Butter.
The Finest of Can and Bottled GomIs.
Prices, Quality trtd Csrvica V-zxzz'.'.zi
Phones 32 and ZZh
C. E. BuUbcCc cy.Co.'
Roberts of the Indian!.
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