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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 25 May 1911

Sty? Iryan lagte Entered at the Postoflice Bryan. Tex . aa as second-class mall. ''Hi-: EAGLE PRINTING COMPANY. BRYAN TEXAS MAY 25 1911 DOGS IN BRYAN. There are too many dogs In Bryan. Every unmuzzled dog running at large is dangerous especially In the hot season. This Is why there are ordi- nances regulating the keeping of dogs in the city. One of these ordinances requires ail dogs running at large to be tagged with tags furnished by the city secretary the tags costing a dol- lar each. Another ordinance prohibits unmuzzled dogs from running at large in the months of June July and Au gust. In addition to these Article 46 of the city ordinances says: "An annual specific tax of one dollar Is hereby levied on all dogs within the city limits due and payable by the owners or controllers of the same from the 1st to the 13th of January in each year; and It Is hereby made the duty of the city marshal to collect said dog tax and he shall receive a commisison of 10 per cent on nil sums collec...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 25 May 1911

$ LOCALS J THURSDAY II. E. Smith of Mllllcan was In the city Thursday. C. L. Eden of Colevlew"rvaa in the city Thursday. W. II. McMlchacl was here Thurs- dry from Tabor. James Cooper of Rock Prairie was in town Thursday. Mrs. Alice Cole of Colevlcw was In the city Thursday. Mr3. C. D. Gustavus and children of Texas City are guests of Mrs. W. II. Cole. Mrs. Volney Cavltt and Mrs. S. E. Cavltt of Whcelock left today for a visit to Holland. A. May Sr. arrived Thursday from London England and Is the gueat of his son Albert May. Miss Laura Minis and Prof. J. L. Minis were in the city Thursday from Molligan Chapel. Misses Bessie and Grace Morgan of Reliance have returned from San Marcos where they have been attend- ing the state normal. Mrs. L. M. Hewlt and daughter Miss Hael left Thursday for Texarkana. I They will remain there until Sunday and then proceed to Erie Pa. for the summer months.- SATURDAY Jack Graham of Harvey was in th city Saturday. S. F. Harlan was here Saturday from Alex...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 25 May 1911

1 WAS AT BOTTOM OF SIXTEEN FOOT CUT WHEN BANKS FELL IN COVERING HIM SEVERAL FEET UNDER LOOSE DIRT. GREAT EXCITEMENT PREVAILED FOR SOME TIME Heroic Efforts of Laborers and Men in Charge Removed the Dirt Just in Time to Save His Life. At 1:20 o'clock Friday afternoon the first real serious accident in the sewer construction work occurred and it came very close to resulting in the loss of a human life. The banks of the deep ditch being dug in Bryan street immediately in the rear of W. E. Saunders store caved catching one of the laborers a Mexican named Demetrio Ruiz covering him several feet under the loose earth. The cut where the cave-In occurred is 16 feet 7 Inches deep and Ruiz and another Mexican Juan Martinez were immediately under the falling dirt. Martinez managed to e3cape but Ruiz was pinioned and held fast. Fortunate- ly however he was In a standing posi- tion and this fact no doubt prevented the heavy earth from crushing the life out of him. Mr. Lewis who is in charge of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 25 May 1911

ALLEN ACADEMY i I The graduating exercises of Allen Academy will be held Thursday morn- ing at 10 o'clock In the Colonial the- ater. Among the numbers on the In- teresting lirogram Is the baccalaureate address by President R. T. Milner of A. & M. college. A cordial Invitation U extended to the public to attend these exercises. By Associated Press. El Paso Texas May 24. The jury to try the case of Mrs. Agnes Orner charged with murdering her own child two months ago was completed today. The child died suddenly and an au- topsy revealed poison In the stomach. TRANS-MISSISSIPPI CONGRESS Will Meet in Kansas City Instead Oklahoma City Because the Latter Failed to Put Up. of I By Associated Tress. Kansas City Mo. May 24.The an- nual meeting of the Trans-Mlssls3lppl Commercial Congress In September next will be held in Kansas City In- stead of Oklahoma City Okla. as was originally planned. This was practic ally decided today when the executive committee met here because It Is said that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 25 May 1911

VETERANS RETURN FROM CONFEDERATE REUNION Speech of Young Lady Secured for Macon the Next Meeting. Messrs. John W. Gee V. G. Mitch- ell J. C. Davis J. W. Coulter and Joe Beard returned Friday afternoon from the Confederate reunion at Little Rock. The party was of one opinion In voting it the most pleasant and en- joyable reunion they have ever at- tended and their coat lapels were loaded with badges and souvenirs of ' the occasion. These veterans who live within our gales luok younger stronger and happier since their season of asso- ciation with' former comrades and the memories of the war days that were brought bark to lire by the tales of former deeds seem to have created new life within their breasts. Mr. Gee stated to a reporter that he was treated royally by the people of Little Rock. Their hospitality and appreciation of the veterans were evi- denced on all sides and Mr. Gee said their courtesy and kindness knew no bounds. When the time came for the selec- tion of a meeting pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 10 August 1911

?rv B HE RYAN AGLE 0LVME31 i Bryan Brazos County Texas Thursday August 10 1911. NUMBER 26 3 a tl a ll 1 .a 1 1 51 For Ilia best Sample Turn :ut Service Take Your Seed Golton Where II Will Be Ginned Promptly and Satisfactorily We Guarantee to Please i g WE BUY SEED AND SEED COTTON CO (Formerly Howell Lumber Company) G. L. EDEN Manager Company Gin BRYAN TEXAS POSTMASTER CHARGED WITH CRIMINAL ASSAULT ( Cy Associated Press. Dullua Tivm Anir 7 ('. W lliwx: ers postmaster at bagleiord. Is charged by affidavit with criminal as- suit on Myrtle and Mattle Adkins aped 11 and 14 respectively. Officers hnve left to make the arrest. Women Refuse to Serve on Juries. Spokane. Wash. Aug. 7. Ten worn- teji drawn for jury duty at the coming Bf rm of the Spokane county suier!oi' (r$urt declare they will not serve un less compelled to do so by law. Mrs. BJirah Withereil. living at 1528 Ninth Venue the first woman drawn for the nire. voiced the sentiments of heP laters In saying that while women ie feii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 10 August 1911

IS It- 5 3iAered at the Postofflce Bryan Tex- as as second-class mail. THK KAGLE PRINTING COMPANY. BRYAN TEXAS AUGUST 10 '11 n. GATES' CAREER ENDED Bold and Successful Financier Suc- cumbed to Death After Cour- ageous Fight for Life. J THIS IS A GRAND AND GLORIOUS DAY. Thursday August 3 1911 will go down in history as one of the bright- est days in the annals of time because on this day three of the world's great- est nations proclaimed that hence- forth and forever come what may they will be friends. If the effect of this treaty were lim- ited to the three contracting nations it would be an event of wonderful im- portance. But It will not be so circum- scribed. The light of such a shining example can not be hid; it will illum- inate the darkened minds of the peo ple of less enlightened nations to such an extent that they will see clearly that war is nothing but organized wholesale murder and when this great truth comes to be recognized these people will demand of their gov- ernment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 10 August 1911

NMII AND PORTO 8ELL0 " By CLIFF A. HARRIS. Jlty of Panama July 23. During re cent years the ribbon of land that joins the . continents of North and kinds of fruits etc. The climate Is certainly delightful; the average tem- perature Is about 80; always a re- freshing breeze blowing; at night one at times uses a light covering. As I sit here Aeon bill looms away up skyward. I am told one can see both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans from Its summit. One thin; seems very queer to me the sun rises In South America has loomed large In the nubile eve. Since tPst days of the Pacific and sets In the Atlantic Greece's glory no such small strip of . A" 'n!c n . . origin as are most of the West Indies. soil as the htbmus of Panama has As a result only about one-sixth of gained equal distinction. It has been the surface is level. Many mountain the subject of epoch-making diplomacy ' I31 tower up in its center. Yester- and a. unhpra for nolltiral disturbance !day quit aD Interesting little party ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 10 August 1911

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 10 August 1911

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 10 August 1911

t I ! : 4 European News and Views London August 5. London la much . concerned over the king's health al- though It has been frequently denied during the past fortnight that George Is ailing. A glance at the court calen- dar however seems to lend some color to the rumors for their majes- ties' engagements are so arranged that the king will have practically all of August and September free fniu engagements especially those of a public nature. Next Tuesday Lloyd's which ha3 been credited with Insuring everything from a prophecy on the wealthy to a chance on the king's life will put into effect a new rule eliminating war risks from all marine insurance. This fa- mous organization of underwriters has been busy during the past few weeks Issuing policies against the risk of as early election and the sharp advance jas well as the efforts of various so- in their rates makes the political sit-1 eieties for the better treatment they uation more Interesting than ever. receive for to survive In ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 10 August 1911

1 LOCALS SS'533S3S525355S33 5553535353535355 ... - .. THURSDAY i C. M. Steed wag in today from Har- vey. U. W. Dunlap was up today from Millican. city toaay. A. B. McSwaln was in today from Rock Prairie. Roland Jones of Steep Hollow was in town today. A. T. Towler wag in the city today from Benchley. Dr. W. A. Smith of Millican was in Bryan today. J. V. Rosprim was In the city today from his home at Meyers. F. M. Arnold was in Bryan today from his home near Wellborn. J. J. Scrimshlre was in the city to- day from bis home near Wellborn. J. II.' Reed and C. M. Rlslngor were in the city today from Holligan Chapel. Horace Cavitt arrived today from Batson to visit his parents Maj. and Mrs. W. R. Cavitt Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Payne were vis- itors to the city today from their home on Payne Prairie. John I). Jones and daughter Miss Maggie were visitors to the city to- day from Navasota. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Brlnkley were over today from Grimes county trad- ing with Bryan merchants. W. H. McVey o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 10 August 1911

Foster's Weather Bulletin Wathlngton Aug. 5. (Copyrighted 1S1I by W. T. Foster.) Last bulletin gave forecasts of disturbance "J cro continent August 10 to 11 warm tirt 6th to 13tb tool wave 12tb to 16th. Tbli will bring one of the h'gh tem- perature wave of August but of i course no ooe will expect as hot weather in August a me had In July. It will alo bring an Increase In the forte of storms and therefore more severe weather than usual. Following tbla atorm wave and aa the cool ware comes la w ill probably come more rain than from any other atorm of the month. After that period of bowers it over rainfall will decrease to end nf Anirifttf 1 But August rains will be deflcient in the Northern states except in a few localities. They will also be de- ficient In that part of the states that lie near the Atlantic and Gulf of Mex- ico toasts. The Interior parts of the cotton states seem to have a promise c fair rains during August. The Canadian middle northwest occurrence. But they will be...

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

i . nr B E RYAN AGLE ; if . . . . 1 HE ) lill OF FIRST ' 'V VL U L I'UMUI'U ' IV L MM M U U HUH ... 7 11 Bel jiiiTii' iJ 4 juuin- T.Q( v UCl M I U I . rrl (lilSDiTiiiirii tfrvan. Brazos County Texas Thursday November 2 1911. arge Congregation Good Music and Powful Sermon by Bishop Candler Though Ing the weather was threaten- the dedication exercises of the First Methodist church yesterday drew together a congregation which completely filled the large auditorium many having come In from the col- lege on the interurban and from the country in carriages. It Is worthy of remark that the ushers handled the Ituatlon admirably and everybody was world was sick and the doctors were charlatans who knew practically noth- ing of the science or the art of heal- ing. Jesus healed all who appealed to blm but this was not his mission. The wonderful development or medical science and Improvement of sanitary conditions Is another of the achieve- ments of Christianity. The Jews in the time of Jesus we...

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

iff r 1 - AM r THE IfflYAX 'WEEKLY EAGLE Counsel for the Independents ' ed that the trust In dividing It- into four companies will only se It j monopolistic power. plan of disintegration proposed trust counsel for the independ- lleged Is fundamentally defect- i that It falls to conform to the foments of the decree of the Id Slates supreme court. It was Xed that "its adoption and ap- al would not in any substantial CILIFORNI WOMEN INDIF- (COTTON CONFERENCE Al NEW ORLEANS FERENT TO FRANCHISE Suffragettes Are Making House to House Canvass to Persuade Them to Register. i V. "."lives t 1 k nerests circuit .solution j ican To- f I d tobacco . vise resxore rree competitive conui ons in the tobacco Industry." It was urther set forth that the approval of the plan would affect seriously the business interests of the independents. The court took the p'rotests under consideration and promised a decision at as early a date as possible. Opinion Is divided as to the means to be taken to dissolve t...

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

tfHE BHYAN WEEKLY EAGLE I 1 d n ii : f M nU LF.PARKS(: r Tirr TTT7 T" f IF 0 II 1111 III I I I II E M h i j v V" "s !s j' J ? S3'- I fcraf -.. . - - i I ! R ...;v..v.vv.r1.wM( -1 ; '.' K; ' ' . j M'ly Rising ar !r ectd Tonlgh;- I D i ted Press. 1 Y 'p. Nor. 3. Tb nd rain may bet Vaturdajr. The WW va fvprUUoi on i w "'.ft . i .... -'V 911. 1 Will B partir- . 0 ft M Bryan has a Furniture Store that surpasses anything ever seen in a town of its size. The largest stock of furniture ever shown before. We have made some wonderful changes in our Furniture Store. We how a large and varied stock of furniture on three floors. If you haven't visited the store since the improvements have been made you should do so. Y i will b; fully rcpiid for our visit. We are "A Store With the Goods." You will not have to hunt for what you want. You will see it here. Prices mirk:d ii plain figures with a discount of Ten per cent to cash buers. Our Furniture is bettor than is usually carried by the small town ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 2 November 1911

THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAGLE ' T. ? I In It. Filth awarms of flies in Bryan are a the town and to everybody and flies are Inseparable; Entered at the Postofflce Bryan Tex 'the relation between them Is that of is. as second-class mall. THK KAGLE PRINTING COMPANY BRYAN TEXAS. NOV. 21911 or Woodrow Wilson favors hoolhousei as social cen- lie people of the commun- ycuss all questions af- lerests Including poll- is of educating the fctalnly the best that jested.1 If all the community would to talk things over le an end of deraa- lachines graft and All that Is needed fo realize the lmpor- an Interest iu their hse meetings should fid every effort to get by cliques and rings (iched. 1 i i J cau3 and effect. By the way what has become of the Civic League which last spring proclaimed a campaign for cleanliness and sanitation? Have these good ladles looked back after putting their bands to the plough? Referring to the suit for the dissolu- tion of the steel trust John Plerpont Morgan contemptuously ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 2 November 1911

THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAGLE a- 1 i 3 :i 1 t ! 1 1 r 1" T LOCALS THUE3DAY. W. E. Graham was in today from his Joe Deal of Prospect was in the clt bora on Rock Prairie. today. . J. E. King a deputy sheriff of Hall O. L. Andrews was in today from county was in Bryan today. Harvey. Hev. J. L. Thomas of Cross Grimes J. II. Ferguson was in today from county was in Bryan today. Vyy t IrVan Kindt was in today from urten. n Henry Prli'iie'l was In the city today A from Kurten J. W. Sheppard of Kurten was in the city today. Uncle Dave Lloyd was in the city today from Reliance. Mrs. Joe Sample of Cottonwood was a visitor to the city today. W. H. McMichael was in the city to-1 day from bis home near Tabor. Mr. and Mrs. Amon Williams were - visitors to the city today from Cole- view. Prof and Mrs. R. L. Scott of Cot- innvnml r in h ritv tnAav Bhnii ping. County Surveyor II. O. Jones re- turned today from a surveying trip to Milllcan. J. J. Riley of Reliance was a pleas- ant caller at The Eagle office...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 2 November 1911

THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAGLE A. & Bli. COLLEGE 17; UNIVERSITY OF 1 SSISSIPP 1 i J J fife J mm: f(; K f. . STILL CARRIES GLEAN SCORE OUSAND PEOPLE WITNESSED GREA T- OOTBALL GAME EVER PLAYED ON KYLE FIELD OMES TO A. AND M. COLLEGE ON. NOVEMBER FOURTH Comes the Big Game of the Season with Varsity in if Houston on November 13th. lished itself as a rival fur Southern gridiron honors this year. However the game with Auburn last Saturday was a much harder task tl.i'.n this one ye :!oiJay. y-yartl run by liell to a tou-h- i and th failure of Caha'l to kick tOui v. ere the sensational fea- i of the game in which Texas & M. College defeated I'liiversity Mississippi Ly a score of IT to ft' j'uiuaj uiiernoon on Kyle Held.' UMi m DETAIL. a.u has tried twenty field goals this I First Quarter. a.sun and t h3 was the second one Texas won the toss nnd selected has missed least goal. .Mitchell kicked off for Mis- There was a large crowd. A special jsissippi Ilolliday received and re train from Hous...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 2 November 1911

THE 'BUY AX WEEKLY EAOLE II AST THEIR MINDERS MISSION' BAY IT BAPTIST CHURCH A Splendid Effort by. the Congregation to Carry the Gospel to Them Without It. FOSTER'S WEATHER BULLETIN I Washington Oct. 28. (Copyrighted 1911 by W.T. Foster.) Last bulletin ' gave forecast of disturbance to cross continent October 29 to November '2 .warm wave 28th to November 1 cool wave 31st to November 6. Severe Juno eria! Forces In Two Chinese Provinces Over to.Revolutionists--Canton Re- pdrted Taken With Great Slaughter From the first outbreak of hostilities the loyalty of many divisions of the Chinese 'army has been susiected and this suspicion has been con- firmed In numerous Instances by wholesale desertions from the impe.Ial standard the(desertera going over to the revolutionists. So great was the recognized danger of assassination that one of the most prominent mili- tary men In China refused to accept the position of commander-in-chief In the Yangtse valley pleading a tame foot as an exeme. As ...

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