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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 2 November 1911

THE BHYAN WEEKLY EAGLE V MM MM: llS'Jll V I t,," I i "-the ft 1 1) i GREAT ASSEMBLAGE "V IIP I J Ul 1 1011 1 II t1 V i A. 4 M. DA! AT Hundred Vessels of U. S. icnorea in tne nua- York City. One hundred American navy, 'ittbled under i - their gayest Owed by Sec- J , " ' ffi ashore and . The aggre- sembled war j t million, a3 in one-third of ae naval review elt in Hampton nAo. The aggrega VI r dreadnoughts and diking part in today's presented approximately ;iay or $300,000,000, THf RiTV Qniinni : 10ESTRUCTIVE STORM MIL Ul I I UUIIUULU jj i DEMONSTRATIVE FARM WORK Directors, Faculty and Cadets Will All i n T-tiara Will Drl. t w I Hfcl v wi f mil i Bi MH in Uniform. Director to Enter . Upon Duties No j vember 1 Calls on Farmers for j Their Co-operation. Still the number grows. There are (now 643 white children in the city , schools, the largest number on record. (or, rather Tnenj are fiv rooms with children in ironr, in corners, on chairs or anv- A contract will be let tn rnntraets) hv ...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 9 November 1911

JThe Bryan AGLE. VOLUME 32 Bryan, Brazos County, Texas, Thursday, November 9, 1911. NUMBER 35 1 STORY D Joint Meeting of Commissioners and Good Roads Committee Decides on Plan for Ordering a Bond Issue Election SECRETARY HEWITT TO System of Improved Highways will Radiate From Bryan to Every Part of Brazos Co. Commercial Club will Begin the Campaign Immediately A history-making event for Brazos county was tin- Joint meeting of the Hood roadi committee of the Conimor Hal Club anil tho members of the com missioners' court in the office- o1 v County Judge A. 0. Hoard at 10 o'clock una morning, at wuidi meeting all ex eepl one of the committee and four members of the. commissioners' court were pre-cnt. The matter of a bond issue to provide funds for the im provement of (lie public roads in the entire county was discussed from ev ery viewpoint. The members of th? court were put in possession of all the data compiled by the committee up to the present, and the county Judge and commissioner...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 9 November 1911

i ;.. THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAGLE exhibit of uracrs uid. mum New York. Nov. 3 The fair Diana State, $1000 In gold to be given by from her lofty position on the pinnacle Si Thom8 Shaughne.sy of the. Cana- dian Pacific railway for the beRt hun of the Madison Square Garden tower pom)dg flf wheat raIgw , ekher never looked down upon a more inter- xorth or Central America, and $300 estlng or more Important exhibition in gold to the person who produces than that which oined In the big the best twenty;five boxes of apple, amphitheater today under the official Cups valued at $1000 each will be tile of the American Land and Irriga- tor the best yield of cotton, hops, tio'n Exposition. The exhibition will oats, potatoes andsugar beets, continue ten days. Its object is two-1 ' " fold-to stimulate interest in farming THE COMMUNITY JARRED. and Improvement of the land and to show the great rewards which can be The city is mailing cards lo all wa galned from scientific agriculture. ter and light patron...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 9 November 1911

THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAGLE A. 4 M. PRIZES SI DALLAS J. H. RIdgway, acting professor In charge of dairy husbandry at A. & M. College, haj finished the scores of those students of the college who took part In the butter judging and dairy judging at the Texas State Fair at Dallas. The combined score shows the following: rJ-' - ftoort, first prize. a. ArcTachcrn, second prize. R. K. CaldwelL third prize. F. N. MeMlllanX fourth prize. The fair association offered four prizes of $25, $15, $10 and and In addition there Is an annual prize of $25, divided 15 and $10, which Is given by DuPont Lyon of Sherman. Mr. Lyon has been giving this prize for several years as an encourage ment to students to study in the agri cultural work. John C. Rums, professor of animal husbandry of A. & M. College, ha3 re ported the following as the result of the students' judging contest In re-: gard to livestock:-Cattlo-F. N. McMillan, first; J. B. Miort, second: H. L. Fuchs, third. Swine J. J. Rrown, first; ...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 9 November 1911

Stir ffirpn iEaglg Entered at tha Postofflce, Bryan, Tex as, as second-class mail. THE EAGLE PRINTING COM PANT. BRYAN, TEXAS, NOV. 9, 1911 MORRIS SHEPPARD'S OPENING SPEECH. Even a cursory reading of Congress man Morris Sheppard's speech at Paris yesterday makes manifest the fact that he thinks the race for the senate lies between him and Col. Jake Wolters, since he stresses the points Of antagonism between them In the degree of their importance. Fer this reason he comes out strong for prohi bition, devoting a large part of his speech to that Issue, which, per se, has only an Indirect connection with na tional politic Including the duties of a United States senator. It Is true that what he said on this subject re lated chiefly to the necessity of pro hibiting by national authority the shipment of intoxicating liquors into dry states and communities, to which there is no avowed opposition among Texas democrats, Colonel Wolters himself being committed to it; but - Mr. Sheppard went soe...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 9 November 1911

1 k g LOCALS THURSDAY. A. W. Dycss was in today from Harvey.' C. R. L. Jonos was Jn the city today from Harvey. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Louis .Mike, I'.'' Cy Koont 5as down today from I Zack. - Joe Kopecky of Bye was In town today. I Steve Moss of Tijor was In tin? V ity today. 1 f 3. X. Stasta was down today from Wheelock. ' T. A. Towler of Benchley was In the city otday. J. S. Byars of Independence was In rli city today. J. E. Ilullock of Steep Hollow was In the city today. ' J. Harris was In the city today from Harris sehoolhouse. Mrs. J. E. Covey and little son are visiting in Hearne. Miss Dlrdie Suber of College Station went to Franklin today. Mrs. R. II. Seal of Benchley was In the city today shopping. Henry Kurten, Jr., was in town to day from his home at Kurten. Morgan Clos9 was down today from the- Harris school community. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Jones of Harvey were visitors to the city today. Mrs. W. I. McMeans returned to Palestine today after visiting Mr. and Mrs. It. P. Lemon. ...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 9 November 1911

REBELS ill VICTORIOUS Three GunboatfcfXJesert Imperial Fleet and Go Over to Revolutionist!. Another,JTreaty Port Won. nln" IBy Afttociuted Press. Shanghai, Js'py. 6. Three Chinese gunboats of Admiral Sah Chang Ping's fleet' which put in here yesterday for pro"Hsti8ns',Tiave: gone over to the ' rebels;1':"1 ' 01 Ching Kiang, In the province of Klag. u,,fell, jnto the rebels' hands todayphing lang is a treaty port and'second onW to Shanghai In lin portahce. ' ' -i)Io-i -iT Reported' -THJft Pekin Has Fallen. By Associated Tress. San Frandsco, Cal., Nov. 6. A ca blegWg.nPhinese newspaper here says Pekin wa?rcaptured by the rebels lateyepterday,after a sharp conflict. -r,ol til nii c inirraifis -' idEE? am Jackson, Miss., Nov. 6 Je (session of the United States court for the souther" ,ditricR of Mississippi, which convened Jjere jtoday, promises to be made'nolable by the trial of a number of tfroseallgeil to have shot up the traib'of:r!fte-i5reakers and committed other acts of violence i...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 9 November 1911

o THE BllYAN WEEKLY EAGLE I &s v n no IBak I ing-day CKEAM Insures liqh:, sweei, I hoi w esome xwBa88888 A pureream of Tarter iraEgni Por i. WRECK III GROESBEEGK Freight Train in the Ditch and Traffic of All Kindt Tied Up. There was a big freight wreck at 'Jroeshceck on the Houston & Texas Central today thnt greatly Interfered with all traffic. The northbound Hus tler duo here at 2:19 p. m. was de toured from Xavasota and sent to Mexia over the cut-off which leaves the main line at Neelcva, three miles north of Xavasota. Both thu southbound trains, due here at 2: 1.1 and 15:4.1, were caught leyond the wreck and have not ar rived jet. In fact they are marked on the bulletin board "indefinite," and their arrival devends on the length of time It takes to clear the track. A big wrecking outfit was sent from Houston to the scene under hurry orders. It could not bo learned lure today whether or not there were any casual ties In" the wreck, the railroad people having been Informed ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 9 November 1911

POULTRY AND PET Houston, Texas, Nov. 7. Probably the greatest exhibition of poultry and pet stock ever held in Texas will be Hlonlnrfwl In HoilSlOIl during the No- Tsu-Oh carnival, November 13-18, in clusive. The show will be held under the auspices of the South Texas Poul try and Pet Stock Association. being the fifteenth annual exhibition held by that body. The finest birds in the state will grace the occasion. The show will be for breeders only, nn hucksters being allowed' to make entries. Ten beautiful silver cups will be awarded, cash u wards of 10, and S2T will bo Riven, while honor prizes, consisting of solid gold bands, will bo civeii. The leg of each indi vidual winn ins bird will be encircled by the gold bands. Many other prizes will be awarded, which will make th Houston show the richest in awards ' ever given in Texas. The show will be held in Turner Hall. Judge H. R. Savage of Helton and Judge R. A. Davis of Farmersville will be the judges. The officers of the associati...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 7 November 1912

HE lLAGLE V VOLUME 3 Bryan, Brazos County, Texas, Thursday November, 7, 1912. j LITTLE ALBERT'MATHIS in T IN AUTO WRECK SWEEP THE COUNTRY Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mathlt of Reliance It Accidentally Shot In Abdomen with Target Rrlfte. ID MM r i V DANGEROUSLY WOUNDED V " Capt. Bill McDonald Alio Slightly Disfigured but Still In the Ring. By Associated Preas,J - Princeton, N. J., Nov.. . The in Jury received by Governor Wilson In an auto accident early Sunday was only a scalp wound and will not In terfere with his engagements. Capt. Bill McDonald, the former Texas ranger, who was also- slightly hurt, was examined this morning for In ternal Injuries, but none were found. When the physician examined "Silent Bill," he was astounded at the number of bullet holes ii Captain McDonald's body, which testify to his early days , In Texas. A' friend remarked if Cap tain McDonald went in swimming he had so much lead in him he would sink. - J SINGING IN CHURCH LED TO CONFESSION j- uanas Man uonies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 7 November 1912

THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAGLE stodehts r;o;v irj HARVEY. MITCHELL HULL Opening of New Dormitory Relieve Congestion In Other Over. , crowded Buildings. - Harvey Mitchell Hall, the new dor mitory at A. and M. College, was oc cupied by the cadets for the first time Tuesday. The opening of this build ing relieves the congestion of the other halls, some of which have had three students in a room since school began. The building is a four-story fire proof brick structure, containing eighty-six rooms, and erected at a cost of $60,000. Four mafve arti ficial stone columns at the tr&n? and the rear entrance and the brick work varied with artificial stone make the structure one of the most attractive on the campus. Separate steel stair ways lead to each floor from the front entrances. All partitions are made of terra-cotta tile and plastered with a sand-limo .finish. An Interior court makes all the rooms outside rooms. Shower baths are located on each floor, and the rooms are provided with lavat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 7 November 1912

THE BI N WEEKLY ' EAGLE 1, ft UBS.coMiirsirsiSBiiNg ;, KILLED MISS SINGER 'All I Did Wat to Throw a Blanket Over er as We Left," De . sfjired Mn. Conway. A . .1 ,' (By Associated Press. ' Chicago, Nov. 1. The police say - Mrs. Lillian Conway, wife of the clown, has confessed that her hus , band killed Mlsa Sophia 0. Slngor, whose body was found In the Con ways' deserted apartments. The wom- - sand said Conway knocked the Singer girl down with an Improvised "billy," Intending to rob her. The Conways - both thought the girl had more money v than they found on her. ' "All J. did," said Mrs. Conway, "was to throw the blanket over her when we left. I did not think she was dead." Worthen, Miss Singer's fiancee, be came hysterical with Joy when told of the confession. KATY TRAIN WRECKED IN MONTAGUE COUNTY pvery Car Turned Over, Injuring Several- Doctors Rushed to 8cene. None Reported Killed. By Associated Press. Dallas, Texas, Nov. 1. The Mis souri, Kansas ,& Texas headquarters In this...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 7 November 1912

THE BRYAN WEEI f EAGLE . ,1 5 ? i 5 5 ; 01)? Organ Sagle Catered at tb Postofflce, Bryan, Tex as, as second-class mall. THE EAGLJi PRINTING COMPANY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. RAILWAY SCHEDULES. Houston & Texas Central. Effective September 22, 1912. Northbound. No. 3 12:33 p.m. No. 5 1:02a.m. No. 15, Hustler ........... 2:19p.m. No. 17, Owl .. 2:19 a.m. Southboiind. No. 2 2:45 p.m. No. 6 2:50 a.m. No. 16, Hustler 3:45 p.m. No. 18, Owl 4:10 a.m. International & Great Northern. No. 14, northbound 1:44 p.m. No. 15, southbound 4:30 p.m. VACCINATION AND SMALLPOX. There is an honest difference of opinion, says the New Orleans States, regarding the value of vaccination as a preventive of smallpox, and some peopje object to it so strongly that every now and then there is recourse to the courts in an effort to prevent the enforcement of a compulsory vaccination law or ordinance. But while admitting that there is an hon est difference of opinion, the majority of people having common ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 7 November 1912

( THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAGLE L 0 C Y WEDNESDAY. A Hall '"'as lu, today from Steep ,;ev. C, Freellng left today for IJton. ' ' "al Freeden of Kurten spent today Nwn. W. Lawless of Kurten was In the today. . jlivar Lloyd of Reliance wag In a today, ee Burley was In 'the city today a Reliance. 7. J. Lang was a Kurten visitor to city today. t. R. Burns was over today from mes county. !m Hicks of Reliance was a visitor the city today. 2y Koontz was a business visitor lay from Zack. Zrnest Wallace was an Edge visitor he city ioday. James Tobias was a Kurten visitor !o the city today, George Gilbert waB in the city to Jay from Wellborn. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Medland were nere today from Keith, , J. C. and J. H. Lloyd were In the lty today from Reliance. I J. W. Albritton of Corslcana was In be city today on business. J Charles Saxon was In the city today from Reliance on business. , -'Mr. and Mrs. E.'R. Lloyd were in the city. today from Kurten. a Roy Nunn left today to spend a week at LaPorte hu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 7 November 1912

ERAZOS GOUriTV TEACHERS VISIT I. Hi f.l. COLLEGE J. WEBB HOWELL HOST 'm "No Industry is so vital to the wel fare of a nation aa agriculture, and nothing la so vital to agriculture as the soli. How to use and not abuse this great resource is the most impor tant problem which faces the farmer of today one worthy of the best ef forts of our most profound and learned scientists; for upon its solu tion depends the future prosperity of the nation." The above is a statement from Bul letin 85 of the bureau of soils rela tive to the soils of the country. How to reach the masses with the results of practical experiments that the greatest good may be derived is the next question. The rural teacher has a powerful Influence and this may be made the source of unlimited benefit to any community if utilized in the right direction. In order that it may be so utilized, the teacher should he brought In close touch with the source of experjt information. This is exactly what Mr. J. .Webb Howell had in ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 7 November 1912

mm 1 4 1797 Chas. Newboldof New Jersey, Patented a cast iron plow. This plow was cast with mould boards and point alto gether. This was not a success and was found too expensive. The farmer could not afford the cost of buying a new plow, as they would wear out quickly. The most practical plow offered after above invention was made by Richard B. Chenaworth, of Baltimore, Md., one of the first manufacturers of plows in the. United States, which was patented in 1813, the point, mould board, frog and landslide all cast in seperate pieces. Jetho Wood, of New York, who took" out patents in 1813 arid 1819, on improvements in cast iron plows has been given credit for important work in the introduction of improved plows, although the main feature of his patent of 1819 was not a practical invention. In 1855 James Oliver, of South Bend, Ind., patented the Oliver Chilled Plow. It has been of great good to the farmers, but as time goes on the master minds spring up and the great improvements in ...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 7 November 1912

THE BRV AN WEEKLY TCAr.T.W TEE GhEAT FOOTO.UL GAME HT HOUSTOfl Most Important Game In Southwest for YearThe Two Teams . Briefly Compared. N a a a n w One week from yesterday In Houw ton the A. and M. College football team and the eleven from the Univer sity of Oklahoma will clash for grid Iron honors in the most important game of the season in Texas, or per haps IsVthe Southwest. Both institu tions have unusually strong teams, and the contest premises to be a bat tle royal from start to finish. Coach Koran has built up a powerful foot ball machine that has overwhelmed every team met to date. The Farm ers' goal line has not been crossed, . while they have piled up a total of 193 points, scoring 50 points against Daniel Baker, 53 against Trinity, 27 against Arkansas, and 57 against Aus tin College. Coach Bennle Owen's Sooners swept the field last season, and he has practically the same team this season. Both teams have seasoned men for the backfleld positions, and when they line up ag...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 13 March 1913

) The Bryan Eagle. VOLUME 33 Bryan, Brazas County, Texas, Thursday, March 13, 1913. NUMBER 52 I H LSON JWiftllSTRA II UiUDE I May Confine Special Session to Tariff and Appropriations. No Change to be Made in Foreign Policies. By Astoria ted Press. Washington, March 6. House lead rs are strongly urging President Wil son to use bis Influence for a plan to confine tbe special session to tariff legislation and the passage of the ap proprlatlon bills which failed to pass at the last session of Congress. Secretary Wilson's Last Act. By Associated Press. 1 Washington, March 6. The last offi cial act of Secretary of Agriculture Wilson was to reinstate C. O. Elliott, chief drainage engineer, who was dis missed during the Florida everglades Investigation. Will Reduce Number of Military Aide. By Associated Press. Washington, March 6. President Wilson plans to cut in half the num ber of his military aides and adopt the custom of their wearing full dress uniforms when touring the country with hi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 13 March 1913

farm Qmipiemeimts Hardware The best the market af fords-Wagons, Cultivators, Riding and Walking Planters, Harrows. Sweeps, Hoes, Rakes, Etc., in Fact Everything the Farmer Needs at Reasonable Prices Yon will save time, money and worry by inspecting our line and getting prices before buying. WE CARRY A COMPLETE LIKE and have years of experience in purchasing and selecting goods, and buy at Roci Bottom Prices. We understand tie needs of the Brazos County Farmer and are prepared to supply them. Wire Fencing g We Live it very trie j tn. cirryin su-ci ill Elicric Will ttH'ZXir An leu ui E&raa Ej? "VfSrs ui TndxL Eaiir ui 111- Call ml Lr Hi Slow Yes TlnSil Our Srcd ..." , BI ra5 JLD LUIS Mitchell Wagons Our Mitchell Wagons with bo is de arc and oak fellows have stood the test and you can depend on them. You are not ex perimenting when you buy one,1 and there is none bet ter made, Vs cltj a csa;!s ruci if Gihn. t 6m4i:H Ln. Paiir, Kills ti kf fiui 12 u ip-U-iile Eiriwirt Stirt OUR QUIC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 13 March 1913

THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAGLE 3 . i LUMBER Furniture and Undertaking When you need Furniture of any kind let me show you my stock An elegant line of Bedroom Suites, Dressers, Tables, Dining Room Furniture, Rockers, Chairs, Carpets, Mattings, Shades, Refrigerators, Etc., to select from. I will not be undersold. Get my Prices and Let Me Show You. ... W. 7. JAMES a. The Nov Democratic Cabinet Are You Going to Build? Let Us Figure With You We furnish the best to be obtained at the most reasonable figures possible. If you build without see ing us and getting our terms and prices, you may be ANYTHING IN LUMBER You get exactly what your order calls for and at the time we promise it. Delays may prove expensive. Avoid all inconveniences by dealing with us. rnr sorry. i Mir I I Ul J. F. Grant Secretary of State William Jen nings Bryan, publicist and editor. Born at Salem, 111., March 19, 18C0. Home, Lincoln, Neb. Educated at Illinois Col lege. Democratic candidate for Presi dent. 1896, 1900 and 1908...

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