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Bryan daily eagle and pilot. [volume] (Bryan, Tex.) 1909-1918, November 05, 1909, Image 1

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FOURTEENTH YEAR.
BRYAN TEXAS FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER S. 1909.
At
OCT'S
Thoy
cro chowlnjon
entirely now
lino of
OLK
Potti coats
in II the
How Shades
and in prices
from
04.5.
to
Don't
h
Hail to coo tho
Lino
Crib
Blankets
in
WOOL Oil COTTOH
ot
. CEc t"i $1.25
30-inch Black
essaline
Z2z znd $1.25
We Carry the Stock
A. J.
VtA GNER
.& CO.
: m
New Crop
gibbon Cane Syrup
OOC Per Gallon
....IN BARRELS
Phones
23 ind ISO
Howell & Newton, Inc.
UtOCZMS AMD COrnt tOASTlKS
TOOK LIFE ill
SLEEPING d
Austin Man en Arlval from Houston
Visit Cuts Hit Throat.
Special to the Eala.
Austin, Texas, Nov. 6. While suf
fering with a temporary fit of Insanity,
Horace A. Burnham, a well known bar
ber of Austin, slashed his throat from
ear to ear yesterday morning In a
dressing room of a Pullman aleeper,
expiring one minute after committing
the deed.
Burnham was returning from Hous
ton on the Central. When he reached
bam Dros. He was well known over
the state as a baseball enthusiast and
sporting man.
COOX PUTS HIS
iiOOF III SHAPE
Within One Wtek Ht Expects to Havt
It Ready.
Ppeclal to the Eagle.
New York, Nov. 6. Dr. Cook be
gan yesterday assembling the data
which he will submit to the I'nlver-
Jf.CK, THE CLIPPER"
- STOLE GIRL'S Hi
Victim Waa Chloroformed and Then
Scissors Used.
Spool al to the Eagle.
floby, Texas, Nov. . "Jack, the
Clipper," entered the room of Edith
i-ovett, daughter of It L. Lovett, here
during last night, chloroformed her
and clipped off a braid of her hair.
Tho officers have no clew to the In
truder but bloodhounds will be set on
tho trail.
(The girl's father discovered the loss
his daughters hair thla morning
when with difficulty he awakened ber.
"THE NEW BIRTH."
Another Small Congregation Heart tho
Sermon at the Methodist
Church.
As announced In the Eagle yester
day, the subject of the sermon at the
JtMhodlst church last night was "The
New Birth." The text waa John 3:7,
and the pastor said in substance:
Physical birth Is the beginning of phys
ical lire, and the new birth la the be
ginning of the new, or spiritual life.
The new life means deliverance from
the guilt and fronj the dominion of
sin. If It does not mean both these
then the work of the redeemer was
a failure. He said He came to forgive
Vid o Icnoiv your cue::.:;
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nanti
end
q want your business.
Every matter, large or small, entrusted to us
receives our careful, confidential attention.
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Tonight "DR. JEttYLL AfJD OR. HYDE" IN THE BIG TEH
Austin this morning he dressed and
went to a nearby telephone and phon
ed for a hack to take blra to town. Ho
returned to bis dressing room In the
sleeper where he committed the rash
act. He was 4ft years old, unmarried
and a member of the firm of Burn-
ally of CoMnhagen.
He hopes to have the report ready
In a week.
He had nothing to say as to yester
day's action by the National (Jeogra
phlc Society regarding the question of
priority at tho ole.
IMMTl
VlivUvil
One Hundred Thousand
Dollars Deposits
We are just Thirty Days old and have One Hundred
Thousand Dollars Deposits, litis speaks for itself.
We want to thank our numerous friends for this
substantial encouragement. Your interests are our
interests. We invite you to come and grow with us.
The First State Bank
AND TRUSTCCOMPANY I
OF BRYAN TEXAS
Capital $50,000
Surplus 110,000
sins an set the csptlves free. If he
fulled at either point It must have
lx-n for lark of either power or dis
position to forgive and free us. We
may be assured that he did. The steps
ot the new birth are three: 1st, convic
tion, wrought In all by the Holy Spirit;
2nd. reiH'ntance, the soul's effort to
save luelf: 3rd. faith reliance In Jo
ans In accordance with the Divine pro
vision. The new birth la an essential
experience. Th's Is the fitness re
quired of Uod for eternal life.
The congregation was again small.
Revs. Thomas and Weaver were In the
congregation.
' Profanity." was the subject of the
talk at Allen Academy thia morning.
baed upon the third commandment.
At the conclusion a Urge number of
the boyspossibly as many as thirty
or forty asked for prayer.
The subject of the sermon tonight
will be "The Witness of the Spirit"
There w ill be no service, either at
the church or the Academy tomorrow.
a
LADIES:
We h-ive Ken very fortunate in getting" in our Fall
Goods so early acd in such nice condition and have
to offer you fresh during November.
A CAR OF AMERICAN BEAVTY FLOUR
New crop Nuts of all kinds. New Grits, Oat Meal,
Breakfast Foods of all kinJs, Dried Fiuits of all
kinds, (Vance, I virion Peel and Citron, and our
shelves Nfull of new Canned Goods and Pickles.
We
Our C Crackers are received weekly by
expre'c" M0M,rTec comes in each week bv freight
Women's " Nl vegetable come in daily,
unlor V
N
, dtlng,
it of he
u . fee tbo
,rop In and
household run.
T.ltlng new equips
I
:mbtr Account as we know
iad to'ofter yotiJ3
d Instruction In whs.
fit or maid may neeo.
Tiro
. H axons
nijpt man's credit Is good It
CHAMPION SWEET POTATO.
Some, weeks ago the Eagle published
a notice from the Navasota Examir.er
of a sweet potato that was broiigh: to
Navasota by Mr. Terrell that w eigne J
14 pounds. The Examiner made quite
a blow about Ha being the "Champion"
etc.. and the Eagle min was ca'led on
to come across. We could not ofier
right then and In fact we thought I:
would take the blue ribbon for the sea
son. We have been laying iow now
ever, thinking some oi our auoscnoera
would find a sure enough "dinger."
and this after-toon It came in. Mr. K.
J. Fountain brought to the office Irom
the Fountain Bros, farm In the bottom
a "yellow yam" that weighed 11
pounds 3 ounces. It Is the b'rg?t
sweet potato ever brought to Bryan
nH th Eaele challenges the state
BRIGHT STUDEIIT
KILLED DT EM
Burnet Boy Struck on Head
Serving as Catcher.
While
Special to the Essie.
Burnet, Texas, Nov. 5. Robert At
kinson, a very bright student of the
Burnet high school, was struck on the
head yesterday afternoon with a base
ball w hile engaged as catcher In a
game, from the effecta of which he
died at an early hour last night.
INOCULATING FINE CATTLE.
Dr. Mark Francis, State Vettrnarian,
Doing Great Work at A. and
M. College. ,'
College Station, TexaaVNov. &. Dr.
Mark Francis, professor of veterinary
science and aurgeryiand his assistant
Dr. R. P. Marsteller. at the A. and M.
College of Texas, have four fine aped
mens of cattle In their hospital at the
college, for Inoculation against Texas
fever.
One of these Is a roan short horn
bull, one year old. weight 1000 pounds
and valued at f 1000. This animal was
bred In Illinois, sired by Columbia Lad
and was the grand champion at the
Texas State Fair at Dallas this year.
It is now owned by V. O. Hlldreth of
Aledo, Texas.
They have also two Jersey heifers
from Lake county, Ohio for Richard
Eckhardt ot Yorktown, Texas, and a
Jersey bull from Menter, Ohio, owned
by Ed 8. Derden of Bryan.
Dr. Francis has done more In re
gard to Texas fever than any veterna
rian In thla country. The mortality
to beat It It waa expressed to Mr. F.l was formerly about seventy-five or
W. Yeager at San Antonio to place in
the Braxo county agricultural exhibit
Now Brother Blackshcar be go.nl.
Steep Hollow Methodist Church.
A church conference of the new
Steep llol'ow Methodist church was
held yesterday afternoon at the resi
dence of .Mr. B. O. Bond, near Wlxon.
liro. Morris of Bryan, preached anil
presided over the conference. There
were six additions to the organization.
An orKarffor use In worship U to be
purchased Immediately. Some time
nt it year a site Ik to be chosen and a
new house of worsh'p Is to be erected.
With loss than thirty members about
SI 0.0 J lias already been subscribed
for support of a pastor next year.
The Methodist pee-ple are trying to
get a Bryan circuit established to In
dude Steep Hollow and possibly Alex
ander chapel and Wellborn, the pastor
to reside In Bryan.
elahty per cent but under the system
of inoculation followed at the A. and
M. ninety-two per cent of the animals
are saved. A large number of the fin
est cattle In the state are seut to the
College every year for inoculation.
Our store is the home of
Good Groceries and it is
a pleasure for us to assist
the busy house-keeper in
solving the problems of her
table.
Fresh California Dried
Fruits of all kinds
Fruit Cake Ingredients
Pickles Sweet, Sour,
Mangoes, Dill Pickles
in barrels
Bottled Goods of all
descriptions
Jams, Preserves and
Jellies
Fresh Oatmeal, Grits,
and Breakfast Foods
of all kinds
Bures Excellence Hour
Sanders Dros.
Sellers ol Telmo Canned Goods
Colored Methodist Conference.
Two Method'st Annual conferences.
both for the colored people, are to be
held In Bryan this ail!. One Is the
Texis Conference of the M. E. Church,
presided over by Bishop T. B. Neeley,
white, of New Orleans. The Zlon
church, to lw presided over by Bishop
Evans Tyree, colored, of Nashville,
Tenn.
POSTED.
Notice is hereby given that all lands
owned by us are posted and liunter
and others are warned not to tres
piins upon same,
Mrs. Wm. Andrews.
2?C O. L. Andrews.
Wew Tin Shop
Ncto Hros. have purchased the
tools and equipment of Otro Gerke.
and have put in an up-to-dite tin
shop of their own in connection with
their Hardware Store. Mr. Gerke.
who is one of the best tinners that
ever worked in Bryan, is in charge.
Parties needing tin work of iny kind
call at No:u Bros.' I lard ware Store and
it will be done promptly and 'cheap
Nolo' Bros.
rjcause'ta seldom uses It
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