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i I and Pilot FOURTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 10. 1909. NUMBER 2& Tt::3 WEEK AT WAGHERS 10 RICES IVcrth Hi Yzrd - 25c. In l::u.t zr.d d:rk patterns, per y:rd 10c. KiMOIIA GUTIHG l!ew Line l!ev Patterns 10c. silk c.m:d TRIMMINGS In ril shzfss We terry ths Sfcsk a.j.wao::er & co. SHI in 1C3 FiECES lie Cherry Pie I Hau you had one ialtlyJ THE NEW ; ROLY POLY CHERRIES, Juit "Received Arc deliciuui, Juscious and tempting;. Tht can i full of choicest, pitied, re,d ripe cherries. 1'hey make a pie equal to fresh fruit. TRY THEM. Phonts 23 ind 150 Howell & Newton, Inc. FT. WITH HIS BOTH EXFE0IL1E0T STATIONS ;ih. Houston Lumberman Rejoices Over Arrival of a Granddaughter. Messages received In Fort Worth by friends of John II. Klrby, the million aire lumberman of Houston, announce that he ia now tntltled to the title of grandpa. Accord. ng to the telegrams, a daughter haa been born to Mr. and Mr. Stuart at their home at Amster dam, N. Y. Mrs. Stuart, before her marriage at Houston two years ago, was Miss Bess Klrby, one of the roost popular and !eautlful society girls of Texas. Mr. Kirby fully appreciates the hon or as Is evidenced by this telegram sent to luU J. Wort ham: "Amsterdam. X. Y, Xov. .-Uy comparison, Sclpio receiving the plaudits of the Roman people was a piker. It'a a girl. "Grandpa Klrby." fort Worth Sta Telegram. Two Case of Pellagra Also on Exhibit at tan Antonio. Bimetal to tiit EjwcIo. San Antonio, Texas, Xox. 10. The fourth annual meeting of the .Med l-a I Association of the Southwest conven ed yesterday ruornlr.g for a four days' session. There are fifteen hundred delegates. Dr. Jobei X. Jackson, of Kansas City, Is presiding. Two rases of pellegra are on exhibition, also a specimen of hookworm disease from Gonzales. My field one mile north of town, know n as the !rortor place. Is posted. Parties hunting or trespassing on same will be prosecuted. Mrs. Jas. Slyfleld. Jt2 S.000 HOMELESS. epeclal to tha Eal. Manila. Nov. 10. Panay Island of the VUayas group of the I'biliplnea, was crossed by a typhoon last Sunday. The atom was especially severe In Caplx province, where many homes were destroyed. Fire thousand persona are homeless and much property and crops were destroyed. The wind, which was of hurricane force, was accompanied by heavy rains, and much of the country is flooded. Sim A BANK ACCtliNT tl IT TMAY. YESUK2AY IS ttKL Kt:ci li lictt:. cuss irtletllii It g:i ni s::r l;i:j. II Is $::r irivllcjc M g::r :q. WI SOLICIT VCIS tlSIMSS Ifasr Stah tela AND THUST CCPANY HYAN. TEXAS. capital $50,0 . mms SIO.CCO 40 DAYS CLD $1I0,CC0 DEPOSITS LADIESz We have been very fottunate in getting in our Kail Goods to early acd in such nice condition and have to offer you fresh during November. A CAR OF AMERICAN BEAVTY FLOUR New crop Nuts of all kinds, New Grits, Oat Meal, Breakfast Foods of all kinds, Dried Fruits of all kinds, Orange, Eemon Peel and Citron, and our shelves are full of new Canned Goods and Pickles. Our Cakes and Cnckirs are received weekly by express and our coffee t imes in each w eek by freight. JOur fruits and vt jetables come in daily. We ask you lor your November Account as we know we have the nicest to be had to otter youJQ Ism Phone HI 4 179 Bell Bros. , Tie Qwlitj,Cncm Wegen$ Live Stoclj Feeding and Black Land Experiment Stations Combined and .ocated at Ft Worth. Special to Ids Basle. Fort Worth Texas. Xov. 10. The North Texas live stock feeding sta tion and black land experimental farm to be established by the state will be located one and one-half miles north west of the courthouse and west of Greenwood cemetery on the White Settlement road. The aite comprises 1C0 acres which la all of the old McDuff homestead and part of the W. J. Bailey country place now owned by W. J. Dalley. The lease of the land for a term of years by Mr. Bailey was signed up Monday afternoon and the papers forwarded to Austin The work of fitting the land up for the purposes of the station will begin without delay and It Is proposed to have everything In readiness early In 1910. The station. It Is believed, will In time becqme the most important In the state and It will be Improved from tin to time In order to have It up to the highest standard. In connection with the feeding feat ure of the aUtion It is proposed to conduct a black land experimental farm, which will be of great benefit to the farming Interests of Xorth Tex as. It will be In charge of Prof. II. H. Harrington, and an experimental starf, and It will be fitted up and con ducted according to the most modern Ideas. For some time the feeding station has been assured to Fort Worth, the location of the packing houses and renter of cattle Interests making the location here almost a foregone con elusion. . For the black land farm station there was a decided contest Temple, backed by the Farmers' I'nlon, and Denton were after the black land farm st at ton-at ronx , At the two stations the state will carry on exclusive exerlmeots In the feeding of live stock and the produc tion of crops. EOCE ETCHINGS. The fifth Sunday meeting closed with a week'a revival services conduc ted by Erangellst Rev. 8. W. Ken drirk and as a result the church has been greatly revived an three new members were added to the church. Pother Kendrick Is a great preach er. We were sorry our beloved pas tor nro. Walte could not be with us through the meeting. We are glad to learn that the sick mem'ters of hit family are Improving. We organlied our Sunday school again after it had been "resting" for about six weeks. Mrs. Mamye Klllott Ilennet has been Uniting her brother. Mr. T. C. Elliott She returned to Bryan Tuesday. Miss Justin McCarty came In from San Marcos last . week to visit her sister Mra. G. X. Bingham. Miss Justin formerly resld d among us and we are all glad to have her come home. Grandma House Is on the sick list this week. Her Illness Is not of a serious nature however and her many friends hope her to soon be up again. Jesse Wilson, little Chas. Payne and little Pauline lleard are also on the sick list. A good many bales of "top crop" are coming In now and are a great help. After all our country Is in aa good condition as last year. Miss Eva McDonald left last week for Coleman county where she will teach this winter. Mrs. Fannie Mlnkert of llryan Is the guest of her sister Mrs. Ida Wil son. Mr. Willie Frame is on a trip to Itosebud and will probably move his family there. Correspondent OBITUARY. A Friend's Tribute to the Memory of Prof. Frank Y. Turner of Harvey. The llryan Eagle: It was with sad hearts the many friends of Mr. Frank Turner, met to gether at Bright Light church, to pay the last sad rite of respect, when bis body was laid gently to rest. The relatives and friends of two counties. Dnuos and Grimes, were there. He belonged to the order of the Woodmen of the World and they were there to conduct the services, Mr.Tuiher was a member of Bright Light church. He was a devoted m jJ o how your buoin::3 wants ond Uo want your business. Every matter, large or small, entrusted to us receives our careful, confidential attention. IsnmCi c o G. S. PUnrai?, Pro. E II. esmRsttaL ft. 7. ITiLKErn:!, fc:r LW.Cr.Et:;:!.M7,totIfc: J.I1.CCLE J. IL FAHKER J. U. EllC! christian, and was for a long time president of the Christian Endeavor at that place. He was always in the lead In all good work In the Master's cause, and be will be sorely missed. He had taught many classes in sing ing and the young eople all loved him, for his happy, genial waysand sunny disposition. He was a friend and helper to the sick and sorrowing. I teat h Is always sad. but doubly so. when, as In this rase, It takes one just entering a vigorous young manhood. He had but lately married Miss Ber tha Graham, of this community. She with his brothers, Messrs. Tom. George and Charlie Turner, and sis ter. Mrs. Gilmore, of Grimes county, are left to mourn his loss. To them we give our heartfelt sym pathy. And to take comfort in the thought that he Is only gone on be fore, and that for him all suffering Is over, and that he Is gone to dwell in a fairer land, and to sing the praises that on earth he loved so well. A FRIEND. TABOR TOPICS. Well, as my letter did not find Its way last week to the waste basket I w ill come again. Ilev. Caughley filled his regular aK pointmeat here Sunday evening and will preach here again next Sunday evening Instead of the third Sunday, as he has to go to conference the third Sunday. Messrs. Horace and Jim Beard and Carl and Tom Skalns of Wlxon at tended church here Sunday evening. Mra. J. W. McCallum and son Albert and granddaughter Miss Maggie, and Mrs. Barbie Johnson visited relatives in Grimes county Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Walter Wilcox and family visi ted Mr. and Mrs. O. I- Wilcox Sunday. Messrs. Marvin Thompson and Jno. McCallum of Wheelock visited home folks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ball of Bryan were the guests of W. R. Ball and fam ily Saturday and Sunday. The Tabor young people attended the entertainment Friday night at Benchley at Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Scale's and all report a grand time, and hope they will remember the young people again soon. The singing Sunday Bight at Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Ball's was highly enjoyed by all. Mr. John Freeman and Mrs. iJtura Orear were united In the holy bonds of matrimony last Thursday evening. Rev. Gardner of Wheelock officiating. We wish' for them a happy life and that their path may be clear of thorns. Dora. NOTICE HUNTERS. AH lands owned by us are posted and hunting prohibited. H. P. Dansbr D. M. Dansby. We are always In the market for seed cotton and cotton seed. Botud bales today II 1-4 basis middling I have both round And aqaare press bring me yocr glnairg. 8. H. Daav Up. tl sssasassasssBBMMBaMawsMaaMMMSsaew tli, r Our store is tht home of Good Groceries and it is a pleasure for us to assist the busy house-keeper in solving the problems of her table. lew UmtZ Fresh California Dried Fruits of all kinds Fruit Cake Ingredients Pickles Sweet, Sour, Mangoes. Dill Pickles 'in barrels Uouled Goods of all descriptions Jams, Preserves and Jellies Fresh Oatmeal, Grits, and Breakfast Foods of all kinds Butes Excellence Flour Sanders Bros. Sellers of Telms Canned Coeds New Tin Chop Noto Bros, have purchased the tools and equipment of Otto Gerke. and have put in an up-to-date 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 any kind call at Noto Bros.' Hardware Store and it wi'.l be done promptly and cheap TJoto Droo.