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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 7 July 1892

IV i .INO.T.WYSK !. tdin l'ry (h-od. ch-thiii-.:. i!mt Furni-h i i . l.oo.L I live u n -nil. jxo T.wvsK Fine "iit ! J. li unomi. t !. J. 1 1' . ii.-xt .1 .r ti M- nt. v I'lmt. i. J: 4i. k VOU I. The Bryan Eagle. iniYAxTTEXASTUI JUNK 7 18012. NO. HIOUUA 111 IKS. iukr thorough murai in Civil i Engim ring i ikI intend to take . . . . eonr at the 'Jniver.ity aa a law mCMPEUUv HONS 1XD TUK jn nw f the rttvr uisi. j t.i nwk ..n.i.HiH-if ii light. ...... ' II n a con (.rehenaiv-j thcU on l r. l-.r ... 1 M th .Irnian tafthaarranir. !. 'i ( 4. county ! ' commit'" during tlm nee T if. A 1 ril in. 1 iis'i r ...... . .. ... .... iiniM-ir g. iieia.terr a i iiiiciicx in." . 1 . 1 .1 .. L t .. 1 i'udi. and iptaiu. our- .f atudy 1 Ml I OHltltVj -I. ..L 1. ....'i . -J xarl.U. a"d r-i the h'rff ! isrv .' "S '..aoe I until ' J"-v.wutwf I'i.V.i It tame tit t!w A and M- r..!W- entering t tbtr-l via-a an-1 l.i nwK.in-1 irt m-mi. tto-utrtu it of ti. tetany I t.l.ltU h'tk Il t!i- tc-i I of I)j fitlltna Lkw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 7 July 1892

1 t NOW IT IS SETTLED. I BLAINE WtSIONt THE OFFICE CPj 6ECTAHV OF STATE. j for a itmjU. Tbt-re i now a clear ! imiim. It it ttwroM mml ia cooa.U-r-. mtii id feeling then II might Ut ad- i 14M til lukr another IM4U." j (.'Uiifl A. L. CtfiKrnrf IH ti.-t.Mj Committee al: Itbbik Watm'a rr- i'rti.it.o. ar-iti I U a4uiti.ii(iMi Icroii-l .TL .. .".' i . i.Lun.r. iMj.i1'. th delrgatioa will ait fruowd by th. rhairiuen. U immediately iu frt f h ' cb.lntmn -i td.tf..rra. th 1-tto-r in tmt' FIRE IHD WATIR i ! Me W MI teetl N-it I. ... II M I. T.- . u r )pf 4 -uM. li t tr 4.; I. III. lit r.mk II X i .Jt.r n fli j. in j r u v ISVrt llnt' sea MUlee" W hlll' ".Till. Ji'.le' 6. Jaill'- 0 istniti r-i .. tf . W "f 11 y . f -! t.. ti i.ikt I'.utt nt i iii.'. rri'i'i. n ; il irn.ii l..i. .. pn-l r- lllltlOMI. l.i li Weaea. IiKhR4rti.iH Jun Early after the new received there waa n talk if briniring out d-trk hone with Wlilrh ! nil Into Main' following. Tli feeling lias now given way and whatever ! the l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 7 July 1892

f f A man of atr. ihf worth and tul.ilit v of i Iwr- ii ter i tin- tll- j.et of thin' -k-i.h Mr. Itu-' fit. Kiif if IUv- Liu. Bum mar M II. M li- uii count v tr Anicrii-mi ir- t III- oil April 16. 1 In- ha- al- Mjn irntiiiil tin j rtr airof Thhm uil iuhahd tin -"ill iii-.irinit spir- it ihi T"ti i -fiii.-. Htmlwad the third eht in MHH Ink- itiK t he coiir.- in mechanical eiii-nti-riiip mill haa fur tin- auhjc-t of In- th.-i "I'lau and HHi'itirutiiiii f nn Klii-tric Light Plant at Hal- linifer T.-xa." Hi intcmla to jnir- iii- hi murae in iiitrliniiiin. He hit a fooi voiiv mul ha- i hi. f Tm. iiifi-r in tin- .let choir tin- MM. A ir""l hoi- r. warm fthutl ami nt ural iiiili- i .in i- Mr LI r WMrk II Ufjrlfji who 1 I tin 's ' i. i .ii r.i' ; in . n n . -iijcui- '.unraafu! t.iiaii.. man. Hi tin- If Hm 'rviV'thi"' at "'' aaonwalaaw Mali ami tith-of t. C. K. rVmalf limtitutf I fun- intiiintf I" Hi military a- tliia i-oll-tn- Hi-i ntoml Ihi-fourth additional I. hut I 'lt " HH". tnkiiif trw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 7 July 1892

1 I J "t l L. t i y f i'. f hi a V D i-H. THcnmAT I I n II. UN ILK. Fikl.tkar Eantr. A iiiwlr f trltt.rB fran jn ii i.art- .f l! .tale are ftf attri 1 nw' I'i- .1 iik e.-reiar ..f the ami M .... g . ami tliey all eipir-a ... ailm. f.; ! fli n. I .i .ratt I . I i h l l('4.in. ft-Hevllle. fl . IT THK ri.tiri'N Mr M l. Tilaoii. ul Traarkaaa an I i ! . 1 - ' i at the . "linn. li. -Ml JI'NI" ii ivr' TI.ey will return le.i.ie al 'tw g..l i'l thet kill whi - j - r i irg.r.l .. it- n.ltatitage lll brlug forth a-""1! frui.. ami wr may etpret larger atlrtvlaiMV MM (WW than avar before ' li g III gh tin- -t.k of iartli Howell an. I William nm will Ami . uf the i -1 ka ! 1'alra.ieu long leaf l l'H(iany l. a 1 M I; rj . ' aialia.-ilf. t . I. len-IM n. I'arm. r-tilh II. M Hi- lla.keil. W. M ahny. Ilotili.rn w. i:. iVfuu. i.n'riilnr . II. A. ivaria.n. HnUryrtlle. I i AU II. Ixm.laua. W. II. Watanti. Bryan. rtrrrm.la ai.turrtitiv hate Mbn yll.i W" luniWl IU the .tatr of Tata - - rteryir..! apparent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 24 February 1898

1 HE jDRYAN tLAGLE. BRYAN TEXAS. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24. 1898. NUMBER 16. VOLUME 9. Make your whole family happy again this year by baying them lots of goods for little money at BURT NORWOODS. READ A SAMPLE OF OUR PRICES BELOW. OF THE MAINE. Only a Smull Number of the ( ii w Wire Sated. OVER TWO HUNDRED ARE VET MISSING. All the (Mirer rapei Kxeept J-1. hin- ami M mi:. " MANY MEN WERE INJURED. SOME TIA9E WINNING PRICES. 1 KIJHT Plttf 1 turd Honk unJ Byes 1 bull Sewing Thread 1 Thimble I hmfhf Hoii Plot 40 yard Cotton Ohwlw X l-'l yard Blaehed l m--ti ( yard Drill '1' yard f iiiiKhiiui . i.ird yd. wide Ur .'.vu I ) inn n 1 .r. lVihiv (iruin Shoe button 1 mir Men PlOO Shoe KM M Lndie Shirt W ii it- ul .".." .n I 1000 Men UtliiilrM !..rt- BDOOj 5ini Men unhuidried White Shirt- '.Ml niir ''iiiil SiM-k- JO pair I. nii - I lone 12 !n .i!f Thread . . 1 pair Hon'-1 heiivv dMl PaOtl In v.iriU pood OmImo in. N h yaftV It. inmintii " LOjoUQ rard laibiakhrj) W .ti ' Mfii'i uray wi Pan la ai ranted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 24 February 1898

Eczema Mot. VTUI? Uri-at All Her Life. Mr. B. D. Jenkins ol Lithonia. Ga. ay ili.it hi daughter Ma. inherited a a..r. raae of Kctenia. which thr usual mercury and potash remedies (ailed to relieve. TU ly year she was treated with variout medicine i eiternel anpli- cations and internal rcmolies without result. Her sufferings wen- intense and her condition rr'w steadily worse. All the so-called blood remedies did not set-mil resell uiciiis- eaae at all until S. S.8. was given when an improvement was at nun- noticed. The medicine was continue -d with lav- orable results uud now she is cured .mud and well lict J skin is perfectly MM and pure and le has been savetl fmiii wh.it tlncat- ened to blight her lile forever. S.S.S. cuarantt-rd f. ' '.' ) cures Kcetna Scrofula. Cancer Rheu- matism or any other blood trouble It isarcalblord remedy and alwayf cures even aftVr all else falls. A Real Blood Remedy. Take it rV.W icmfJy (-r a blooil disease; a tome won't cure it. Our look s .Volt- tain ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 24 February 1898

HOES. 1 Ull Cl io. m 1 ont or Ohio Six Shovel ORS. TIH old Beam Walking and LTIVATORS. loth have no Equals. I keep all parts of these fa- Jultivators. Repairs furnished on snort notice uuy ;ry one. save time ana labor ana maite moi.ey uy ne or both of them. Not 8ocks. but Corn and Cotton Hoes. My stock is com plete. They are hore ready for you. Cheap cheaper cheapest ! SWEEP. IPSE. the Sun or Moon but more beautiful and grander If LIPSEOORN AND COTTON PLANTER Lnds of happy farmers are using this grand old ?and old rivor but the grand OHIO CO UN QTTON PLAN TKR. The cheapest and best Cotton Planter tor the money on eartn. Not with the Broom but with one of my Cheap STFF F ry r.i r. ua iniikk uak lva.1) on Hand lor your use at prices that will open your oyes. Cheaper than you imvo uvwr uuuKiil tllLWIl. Not the precious stone but DIAMOND BARB Willi' that runs and glistens in the sunlight like a beautiful stream down a mountain side. 260 pounds runs a mile: 100 pounds runs 700 yards. Buy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 24 February 1898

PMII a n -OKMMMMV ; 1 t . e Cash Store. Mi Halle iitort jeoTliur Mabek & WoiToX l)aiilr In. and and Feed Seed. Hides Wool Groceries. We pay the BtfbsVl Market Ml e for Chickens. Ekks. Butter other Country Produce. nn M you money OR QlM r'.-cd Mid Seed. I Jive a trial. MAJREK & WOITOX Public Weighers. South End Main Street. Hit Y A IN TKXAM m "' fi M. Michael i. abort U BsSMfS Witter of Oalreft was ia tK 125 ia reeh which waa etolen from hia city yeelenlajr. reel pocket while that -anin-nt V. B. Srrifinhirt- cama Ufrm M)fH-l bencing io hia office Uat Wedaeedey. . w.i-r.l.v -pmiuua ariu-. -uaoay nuni ' i - i i ton a lew .lOllar- w.-re recover) it . An -lli- r i fit ijm'1 Charlie helton waaalao arreated aat trave op Prof. Hoke ao.l wife of Millican re i f i mi0rJ wbich tgJf riaitvrs to the Ity yeat. r.lay. J gdi told hitn he foanl et. irefe Mr. Upchun li a youiK merchant of Mr. J. I. Bnrrougli re'urned to Wax- ahachie yraleulay. J'TT eBryanEagi::-: I'anker wae here yeeteriey. W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 24 February 1898

"MISTROT BEOS. & CO.'S The grandest Array of Bargains ever offered to the Trading Public. lfi '" jIl r I at Jl 1 k II Never before have we mu I with such force the 1 I '' to t tin HTER SLAUGHTER Everything in WINTER GOODS Has been KNIFED DEEP without regard to Value. or our SLAUGHTER SALE Prices on Millinery Dress Goods Las' Wraps Wool blankets Flannels Wool Jeans Waterproofs W ool Underwear Boyst and Men's Clothing AND ALL OTHER WINTER GOODS. All Pomnanic r.f VArtrtl 4 rj. - io ciose in tnis sale regardless of Value at Oeixtss Yard ROT BROS. & CO. Brvan Texas. f-TWMMMMBBMMMMMMMMMM-1 1 - ISSMi in ; Alkm. sr. .UINS. Part ho i p irrt tin' atnvt tn tlt' north H a heavy haw 1t (In- nni WS r Hril'li-v ' ' tf:ii'- from tin" rtVniiii; --.ii-- i-.ni tin ! ni in l frunthi hltrh r.-.f and i til e"pr t itbmninpf.. looka awa to tin cotton tin -.- Nlni ly t b n i I in IM i 1111!. w'tHl baton any m:it ri il (lain- Thr tlr fliYnr i Hi. i mi .i.i rhnrri i i i ;i i . w 0tt II o'clock Tin . -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 13 January 1909

he Br y an Eagle. i. Bryan Brazos County Texas Than day January 13 1909. KV'JZK 13. VOLUFdE 28 10: mm Shiomen OFi Deck-Fold Red Seal Ginghams 500 pieces all Hew Patterns and a large as- sortment of col- ors all the new CD2CD8 K2flS First Shipment selling fast See Our Show Win daw Display A. J. VAGNER & GO. THE WORKERS INSTITUTE Sunday Wat a Ortat Day at th First Baptist Church In Thia City. JUDGE BOARD MADE TALK. Othtr Splendid Address and ser mon Dllvrd by Prominent Speakers. Sunday was the cloning day of the Workers1 Institute of Central Texan which had been In session at the First Iiaptlst church lu this city since Fri- day morning. It was a treat day. Earn service was attended by large congregations and the sermons and From a financial standpoint. It takes but .i moment's thought to see the school la a paying propoattloB. Om hundred girls In the school would mean $2000 a month or $20000 a year. Is Urn yttf tt wools' aMaa the mous sum of $200000 money enough to establish thre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 13 January 1909

GOVERNMENT 111 USE MORE COTTON R. D. Bowen TelH of Secretary of War Oicktnion'i Order. Mr. It. D. Ho en of 1'arln Texus chairman of the executive commute- of tbe Northeast 'lxas District Farm- ers Union reached Houttou Wcdues- day morning and will spend a day or two In the city. Mr. Uowen Im hMIy elate d over the success achieved in obt.iininK recog Dltiou by the government of cotton bags for wrapping. It la bin belief that the action of Secretary of War Llikluon. in ordering that preference be given to cotton over Jute w ill even-1 tually largely ine rease the demand for cotton. Sir. Howen says that men who claim to be Informed on the subject are of the opinion that If cotton were used exclusively o me Burruu.. and the people of the United State for wrappings and twine five million baits would be necessary to meet the requirements. Mr. Bowen's campaign to Interest the government In tbe matter has been under way for some time. When Secretary Dickinson airompanled President Taft io H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 13 January 1909

53 53 LOCALS 53535353535353535353 53535353535353 THURSDAY George Gilbert iu In today from Itock Prairie. .W. P. Bullock wa In today from Bleep Hollow. Coromlaiiloner P. H. Arrington waa up today from Mill lean. W. D. 8ulllng waa In triay from Tabor and went to Houston. Mrs. H. P. Lemon went to Palestine today to visit her mother. Mlaa Irma Royder of Wellborn waa a visitor to the city today. Mlaa Frankle Armstrong came down frJn Ilesrne thla afternoon. Mra. IJyron Slmpaon and Mlaa Erin Slmpaon returned to Mllllran thla af- ternoon. J. P. Royder of Wellborn was looking after business matters In this city today. Say! If you want your carpenters' . . work quickly and neatly done. give J. H. Gammon a whark at It. 1 1 ! FRIDAY. Tom Gallatin waa In today from Ta-! bor. j i R.bb Hlgg. of Rye. waa In the city 1 1 today A. H. Eaves came up from Wellborn todAy. Henry Koonti waa down today from Zack. M. 8. Treeuian was In today from Harvey. W. W. Smith of Fountain was In town today. J. L. Byara...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 13 January 1909

S . ."X QHjpDrgan Eagle Catered at tb Postofflce. Bryan. Tex as aa second-clasa mall. THE EAGLE PRINTINO COM PANT BRYAN TEXAS JANUARY 1910. IS IT BITTER NOT TO PUNISH LAWLESS CORPORATIONS? "All gradea of aug;ar are up" says a New York dispatch. The trust ia evidently commencing to collect from the public the stolen money It has been compelled to return to the gov- ernment We said in the beginning that the dear old consumer would ulti- mately be landed on. Houston Post The Post baa had much to aay in regard to fining the Waters Pierce Oil company contending that it waa folly to do ao because as it alleged the company would recoup itself by add- ing to the price of oil w hich the poo- pie would have to pay. According to its reasoning it ia better to leave alone "malefactors of great wealth" allow- ing them to work their own sweet will without regard to law or to repeal all laws restraining them. And the rout Is not alone in this contention. The Post and others of Its ilk may deny that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 13 January 1909

LOCALS MONDAY John Dyeas was In today from Har- vey. W. R. Goon of Harvey wai Id town today. J. P. Gilpin of Kurten was In tbe city today. Joe Carnes of HafVey was In the city yesterday. J. W. Skalna of near Kurten wn In town today. Dr. W. P. Jones of Harvey waa In tbe city today. C. C Morgan waa In tbe city today from Reliance. . John W. Wiley waa In the city to-day from Tabor. T. T. Goodwin waa In the city today rom Frovldence. V. II. English was in the city today from Steep Hollow. Mr. and Mra. J. II. White of Wixon. were In the city today. Col. It. T. M liner waa In from the college tbia afternoon. Mr. Alice Cole of t'oleview was a vUltor to the city today Joe Holek waa in the ctty today from hla home at College. Capt A. F. Wilson went to bla f ft na In the bottom thla morning. John Boresky was in tbe city today fior.i his heme near College. Mrs. George Royderof Wellborn was In the city today shopping. Henry Benbow was In today from the Harris school house community. G. II. Full...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 13 January 1909

IS BACK TO ARCTIC Brothtr Says He Plant to Show Ho Did Roach Polo. Special to The Eagle: Port Jarvls X. V Jan. 8. The iniss Ing Dr. Cook Is now In Germany per-; lectins ilani Tor an expedition to the Arctic re Ion i next year according to a statement by Theodore Cook broth er of the explorer who in visiting friends In this section. I The brother's statement adds that the explorer's wife Is with blm and they are both happy to be aw.ay from the public. The expedition which Dr. rVtnlr I a hi at ilnif nt-rwA i n tr tn h I a brother. Ii for the purjiose of getting"" Rovernraeni crop eiurame oi io.- concluslvu evidence that Cook was at oss.OOO taegi rne Texas ginning Is the pole on April zi ios. THE BLIZZARD. Tb cold rain of yesterda afternoon wa'i succeeded by a regular blizzard shortly after dark und by 9 oOtloik everything was ).ard froeu. A light snow fell during the night and this morning tho ground was nearly white but It was fair which made the biting cold much easier to stand. I-a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 13 January 1909

I u . uvlel- bility use HARPER o!J by JOE GROGIIISKI BRYAN. TtXAS THROUGH THE BACKBONE OF TEXAS Houston & Texas Centre! Railroad kM hft fv.nr portion ul lh pni Stata anl you ttavl Hi Pullman LmW Hxtm Dmllmt DffitM. FL W.rta rVacr A'aataa V Ca. f Thruulh Slrrpft la G4' rajn lII. HoultoO Calv.ttort anJ Nta Otl.aa. REMEMBER THE HUSTLER Ts: Srm Tut Tram biwm HauMoK It DU j t tW-hti. pullmaii drawtne mow. ohr- . aarlor car- prmier htthi di an ear . NI bwrnlnl tocoflKMIvc an all pattm- Sains. (ikaata aal furthtr rMnettlon. call oa Afl of III H. k T. C. kallrna4 Or adjrta T. J. ANDtRNON. Can. I'asv Arnt. Howtioai. Ttaaa IE). TRIAL DENIED IN ft MORSE CASE 5leiiU 10 the F-aile. Sew York Dec. SO. Judge Hough of tie United 8tatea circuit court ytprday afternoon denied the motion jef a new trial for Charles Morse ho Is now in the Tombs under aen- tre for having ?lolated the national buiklng Uwa. ii ir g una o a in the country to berate a great ud they can heir corn calling g Bros. o bl OF B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 13 January 1909

i Gorman Coach Horses Are no: draft horses but a horse with size style and action. They command the highest market price of any other breed of horses because they are the best buggy wagon or farm horse in the world. The Imported German Coach Stallion ETTO 3381 at Tucker's Livery Stable is a marvel of beauty Call and tee him Bryan Horse Co ANOTHER HIERESS ElOPES Margaret Levitt Says Goodbye to Mil- lions to Marry Chauffeur 8mallen. Special to The Eagle New York. Jan. 12. The family of O. How land Leavltt banker and rail- road financier confirms the announce- ment that his daughter Miss Margar- et Leavltt 15 years old heiress to $1- 000.000 had married "without the knowledge and consent of her parents" Joseph Swollen her chauffeur. The family states that the couple has gone south possibly to Atlantic City on a honeymoon. DEATH OF MRS. W. H. OLIVER. Passing of a Gentle Spirit Brings 8or- 'row to Relatives and Loving Friends. Mia. W. II. Oliver nee Miss Kate Parker born Jan. 28 1875 die...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 2 March 1911

-.B TT7 HE RYAN' -AGL& 1 T Bryan Brao County Faros Thursday March 2 1911 rj:::zi j Y I Si I I ri I 1 SluBS OF THE I L Hudspeth Wants to Repeal Automatic Tax Collin Propoaes Drain- -age Survey. By Associated Press. Austin Texas Feb. 28. In the sen- ate this morning Senator Hadspeth intrbduced a bill absolutely repealing the automatic tax law as recommend- ed by Covernor Colquitt. Senator Collins Introduced a bill providing for the employment of civil engineers to make topographical maps of counties with reference to drainage. In the house today the bill to estab- lish a normal Institute at Waco was favorably reported. TO 8AVE THEM FROM i COLQUITT'S VETO Withdrew Two Bills Pasted Confed- erate Home County Line School 1 uistricis ana uiner Bins. A By Assoi'iate'M'ress. ' Austin Texa3 Feb. 23.-Tho senate today adopted resolutions recalling the wolf scalp bill and the Judges and attorneys' expense - bill In order to save them from Governor Colquitt's veto. It Is understood that tho s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 2 March 1911

A Urj C:t ! c :o of tbe highland boat tliat .Ulel for tbe Stuart cause which jar j Prince Charlie headed eppar- 'r lj was that heaven hclpa those who i t.'-r themselves liberally. They levied - toll oa the henroost stable and ac- ' cording to the author of "The Land of Romance" even on the pockets of the Covenantors. At Swartbholm a parry of those ma rauders overhauled the house of a tai lor and when one of them was about to cut up a web of homespun that had UKen nts runey ine pood wire oarncs 1j remonstrated. "A day'll come when ye'll ha' tae pay for that." she solemnly assured mm. o .1 . . l. rv i i "An' when will she pe hating to do that? be asked. "At t)l0 lllMt lnv " u.lM chn "An that will pe a fery goot louj? credit the robber coolly returned -sue wass going to e only taklug a cont Imt now she will ie taking a . waistcoat ns well." A Mountain In the Skv. Somewhere many miles away from mm eartn an enormous mountain twenty miles high Is flying throuch pace. The mountain Is known...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 2 March 1911

v Am (bis. ma They are ihe Best. Remember me when in need of Hoes and Sweeps one car of Steel Sweeps just arrived one car Single Stocks one car Baker and Waulcan Wire c3 cr American and ESI wood Hog Wire one Car Galvanized Iron Roofing one car Cultivators T t "'-'I at MM M 1 Cotton and Corn Planters I sell the best on earth. 20th Century cotton and corn planters. Empress Eclipse Jno. Deere Ledbetter (one seed) and Solid South corn and cotton planters They are All Good and Do Good Work 'n Good'people go to sect the Hot Kutter that's the place to buy Your Hardware My Stock is Immense Will You Come? CULTIVATORS I sell the -kind that last and do your work. Jno. Deere Improved Riding and Walking Cultivators Oliver Standard and Texas Sur- prise Cultivators. Let us show you these goods they are substantially made. Made to do your work. No light cheap shoddy mate- rial put in any of them Kindly thanking you for past favors I am yours j. AILEM liYER One car Jno Deere Oliver 20th Century Empr...

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