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OF BRYAH, TEXAS
Will make liberal advances on cotton to any farmer who de
sires to hold for higher prices. The rate of interest will be
reasonable. It is the opinion of many, that higher'prices will
prevail during the winter, VVc invite a call from any who
are interested. .". .'. .'.
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At the Special Primary Saturday, Oct 22
Brazos County Heeds the Senator
Don't Fail to go to the Polls
and Vote -
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y THE EAGL5 PRINTING CO.
J. M. Carries Editor
M. E. Wallace Manager
A. J. Buchanan. .Adv. and Circulation
Satertd as Second-Clara Matter, April
28, 1910, at the Postofflc at
Bryan, Texaa, under the
Act of March 3, 18 9.
for State Senator to succeed Judge
A. J. Harper, resigned. .
We are authorized to announce.
JUDGE ROSS BELL
of Freestone county as a candidate
for State Senator to succeed Judgo
A. J. Harper, resigned.
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1910.
Rates of Subscription.
Three months , 1.00
dvertNli,g rates on nynlivui urn.
Subscribers will courer a favor or
the management by telephoning the
tfflce promptly when carriers fail, to
deliver the paper, or when rlmi of
, i: For Stato Senator.
We are authorised to aiin.ir.Kc
HON. .1. R. A ST IN
of. Brazos county us a candidate
TEXA8 INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS.
The annual convention of the' Texas
Industrial Congress will assemble in
Houston,. November 15.. The editor of
The Eagle has received urgent Invita
tions to attend from President R. J.
Kleberg and Secretary Roy Miller.' Mr.
Miller says,, In part:. . . .
"I earncsty hopa that, you .will.. be
able to attend the convention and par
ticipate In the important discussions
scheduled discussions . upon subjects
of live, interest, to, every Texan, no
matter what his vocation may be. As
a citizen of Texas, ,you are Interested;
as a patriotic, state-loving Texan you
snoutd be glad to lend your assistance
to a movement Intended to help your
state. The Tpxas Industrial Congress
is such a movement: its. success, how.
ever, depends upon the co-operation of
the citizens of the state, therefore
upon your co-operation. , .
"Will you not try to attend the
Houston convention?. It will be help
ful. Instructive and entertaining. It
will also bp the' largest and most im
portant gathering In the history of
the state. A splendid program has
been arranged and low rates will be
In effect on all railroads. The conven
tion will be held dining No-Tsu-Oh
Of the various organizations for the
promotion of material development In
Texas the Industrial congress Is the
greatest and be3t. Bryan ought to bo
represented by a delegation vested
with authority to speak and act In be
half of the business interests of the
city and the agricultural interest of
Brazos county. Tho Commercial Club
ought to co-operate with the Farmers'
Union in sending a delegation, and It
ought to be attended to without delay.
Those who blatno newsoapers for
using current slang, if not too coarse,
have a wrong Impression of the news
patter's nlace In the modern social
fabric. The newspaper Is a teacher
in matters of fact and in -nromoting
general morality, but if It attempts: to
become an exnonent of literary cul
ture It Is Inevitably priggish nnl ab
surd, and soon finds itself -without
readers. Blaming a newspaper for
using the language of the peopte is
like blaming a business man for using
the currency of the country because
tho designs are inartistic or the bills
are sometimes ragged and soiled.1
According to the Fourth Estate, a
Chinese editor, In rejecting a MS.,
thus wrote to the author: "We have
read your .MS.,, with infinite delight.
By the Racred 3hes of our ancestors
we swear that we bave never read
such a smenatd niece of writing.,' But
If we printed it his majesty tne em
peror, our most high and most mighty
ruler, would order us to take this as
a model, and never print nnythlng In
ferior. As this would' not be possible
In less than a thousand years, we,
with great regret, return thy divine
MS., and ask a thousand pardons."
The Houston Chronicle says: "He
who does bis full duty need trouble
himself about nothing else." This Is
not new. but it is perennially true
Wellmau has failed tn every at
tempt except what seems to be his
main oblect to keep himself in the
"Give us a llttlo light." prays the
San Antonio Republic. Is tho Light
and Gazette so large that it is in your
Brady is entitled to the blue ribbon
If ouo has been offered for the most
grotesaue and absurd tacky oarty.
The guests. " wearing their clothes '
wronst side before, were received ftt
the back door, and everything wan j
done backward. We agree with tho i
Brownwood ' Bulletin that It seems
foolish for grown people to do such '
tlilnes and call - it "having a good
- A little French dancing girl i:us?d
a revolution in Portugal and a political
earthquake In all the monarohk-s of
Europe. Other glrl3, as handsome and
Kraceful as sho. have danced without
serious consequences. The difference
was not In the girlH or the iierforui-
nnre. but In the conditions. The crust
under special 'privileges Is getting'
mighty thin everywhere. " '
'Husbands are taking the enure out
put of Nebraska schoolmarm factories,
and in . order to secure a share for
the schools salaries have been ralsei.
If school boards are niggardly sere Is
a way to make them come across". 7 '
BORED INTO WATER PIPE.
South Norwalk, Conn., Oct 20.
When Harold sperry, a telephone
workman, bored a hole in the side of a
Westport house the auge penetrated
a lead, water pine within the wall..
When he pulled the auger out a rush
of water sent him backwards from
the ladder fifteen feet to the ground.
Sperry landed in the top of a luxuriant
rosebush, from which lie was taken
sound of limb, but scratched and cov
ered with blood. ' '
He had1 bored through the main wa
ter pipe in the house. A call was
sent for plumber; but the damage was
not repaired before 'the house was
.. OUR ..
IS GOOD, IS APPETIZING
It'i What Should ke is ivtry Homt ..
i I Ait town
WANTS DAMAGE8 FOR
DEATH OF HER SONS.
Xew Orleans, La., Oct. 20. Mrs. W.
Davidson, of Jewett, Texas, has filed
auit against 'the New Orleans dork
board for $ 50,000 on account of the
death of her two sons. They . were
killed at the river "front on October
21 last year, when a ship struck the
wharf, breaking it and precipitating
them into the water. . .. ..
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