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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 3 October 1910

and Pflel x t? ft r. 4 Flr-TKKNTH YKAR. 3RYAN TEXAS, MONDAY EVENIMG, OCTOBER 3 191C. NUMEZR 253 f 7 i ... fi. "Quality and Sertitt" We Solicit ' Your Grocery Trade FOR OCTOBER Assuring you that we will have the most complete stock of choice goods, including Fresh Vegetables and Fruits and all the Fall fJson new goods. Howdl & Newton, Phontt 23 and ISO COMMERCIAL CLUB NOTES r There, have been at least ten new houses completed and occupied in the city within three months, and this .morning work was b-gun on three new ones; ,vt it is Impossible to lo cale a family, even temporarily, if the family is an ordinary one. The sec retary sucee-ded today In locating Mr. Parks, who will move his family of three boys and a young lady, to gether witii Mrs. Barks, to Hryan from Mexia within a few days. , The sidewalk work was started on Caldwell street this morning. When completed thin will he one of the most beautiful streets In Bryan. , There must bo something wrong with the widows of San An...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 3 October 1910

NATIONAL BAH THE FIRST iotiforiispla! A OF BRYAN, TEXAS v ) Q O I z o I 0) L. I of Superb Gowns unlike anything ever be fore displayed in Bryan. Costumes of ele gance, richness and novelty, right from the noted Parisian style-creators. EVENING COSTUMES FROM S15.00 to $50,00 SUITS OF DISTINGUISHED ELEGANCE New Demi-Tailored and Man -Tailored suits for women, showing every new beauty of fabrick and making. We have a vast as sortm'ent, ranging from the conservative, practical, inexpensive suits from $10,00 to $37.50 m illinery.. ep't. GAGE BROS. GOLD MEDAL HATS HATS 'ENUFF SED yoeoe ON THE CORNER Ed oe ii H X m i o z CO X o TJ With a record of thirty-seven years of successful business to its' credit . , IS STILL DOING BUSINESS AT THE SAME OLD STAND" V We are not JLng much noise about ,t. but as our tuitom hai beerThese past years, we are still extern to our Customers efficient and satisfactory serv.ee:, Accounts ,nv,trd. I . ' .. . , P hf l :i.J I t-v' ' " -. II ft IvW'y SCENE IN "BILL...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 3 October 1910

V in : 'Phi ' 1 I I- II " I Teeih Care How many sound teeth you have a few years later depends upon how you care for your teeth now. The regular use of A. D. S. Peroxide TOOTH PASTE wilf insure soundness. It is an anti ceptic paste a-jsJ a perfect denser. Destroys all germs of decay, whitens the teeih, hardens the gums and sweetens the breath. Delightful to use. Price 25 cents. E.r J. Jenkins ' RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. A T. C. Schedule. No. 3, northbound 11:59 a.m. No. 5, northbound 1:02 a.m. N. 0, northbound 2:20 p.m. No. 2, southbound ....... .2:47 p.m. No. 6, southbound 2:52 a.m. No. 10, southbound 3:45 p.m. I. & G. N. Schedule. No. 14, northbound 1:41 p.m. No. 15, southbound ! 4:30 p.m. Miss Springfield visited Mexla Sun day. II. E. Smith was up from Millican today. Mrs. Frank Myers is visiting in Waco. J. J. Jones, of College, was In town today. C. C. McRea, of the bottom, was here today. W. R. Goen was in the city today from allrvey. 8. S. Kennedy was in the city today from ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 3 October 1910

I l 5 I 1 At 11 o'clock the pastor preached on "The Christian," using aa a text I. Teter 4:16: "Yet if any man ruffer as a Christian let hlrp not he ashamed." Ui spoke of the disciples being first called Christians at Ant loch, which he said vat simply the statement of a fact ' and not a matter of derision. The sub ject was discussed under two head ing divisions: First, a Christian out wardly. He believes certain great truths. He accepts them aud in bis heart believes in the revelation of . Jesus Christ, both as prophesied In the Old Testament and revealed in the New Testament, lie also believes in conviction, repentance, conversion and regeneration. Believing these great truths, he will not be satisfied to re main idle; he does something. He uses his means in the propagation of the principles he believes. He presses on to the end, remembering that God's word says "Be" thou faithful unto death and I will give thee a crown of life." In the great race he wins the crown, and winning It...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 4 October 1910

IIS flairs and Pilot FIKTKENTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4 191C. NUMBER 259 cent If ,ur FREE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. Held with Kurten Church, Beginning Thursday, October 6, 1910. The fifth annual session of the Cen tral Texas Association of Free Hap lists will convene at Kurten, Texas, liPKlnjjhiK Thursday, October 6. The ml'illsrers' institute begins Wednesday "night, October 5. Tl;e following Is the program for each: Ministers' Institute Program. "Resignation," F. S. Baker. "How to Organize a Church," A. V. Mays. "The Lord's Stipuer." .1. Swunwli-k. "Personal Work," S. T. Thomas. "Faithfulness." O. W. Robertson. "The Power and the Glory," W. C Rogers. "The Laboring Man and Religion," F. S. Bryan. "I'revaiilng Prajer," W. 11. Hunter. Introductory sermon, "The Boy Sam uel." C. !. I.imlipy. "Ruth, the Ucr.bltUh Maiden." R. E. Lawlis. Introductory sermon, "Christ, the Friend of Mm." F. Merka. "A Poem. Psalms 135:.-,. V. Smith. "Service." J. I.. Paytu. "Helping Others," ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 4 October 1910

TH E F I R S T MAT! 0 N A L A OF BRYAN, TEXAS Beaut iiul isplai I f ' Q. O X z o X hi X h of Superb Gowns unlike anything ever be fore displayed in Bryan. Costumes of ele gance, richness and novelty, right from the noted Parisian style-creators. EVENING COSTUMES FROM $15.00 to $50,00 SUITS OF DISTINGUISHED ELEGANCE New Demi-Tailored and Man -Tailored suits for women, showing every new beauty of fabrick and making. We have a ' vast as sortment, ranging from the. conservative, practical, inexpensive suits from" . S10.00 tl $37.50 1 GAGE BROS. GOLD MEDAL HATS HATS "ENUFF SED" d q e ON THE CORNER I m CO o z CO i ; X o firgmt Dailrj fcmjlr ' AND PILOT. (Published every day except Sunday.) i y THE EAGLI PRINTING CO. J. M. Carries .Editor M. E. Wallace Manager A. J. Buchanan. .Adv. and Circulation totercd as Second-Clara Matter, April 28, 1910, at the Postofflce at Bryan, Texas, undor the Act of March 3, 1S79. Rates of Subscription. One month I 40 Three months ; 1.00 One year 4.00 Advertis...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 4 October 1910

) - i Teeth Care Sam S. and Lee Shabert, Inc., Present ' ; (Direction of Sidney Weis) ' Tke Eminent Comedian, Mr. Sidney Drew . V" , In the Daly's theatre New York Comedy Success STAMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE flRSOTAM' DflPH AND TRUST COMPANY How many sound tetth you have a few ye5rs later depends upon how you care for your teeth now. "The regular use of A. D. S. Peroxide TOOTH PASTE will insure soundness. It is an ami ceptic paste and a perfect denser.- Destroys all germs' of decay, whitens the teeth, hardens the pwiis and sweetens the breath. Delightful to use. Price 25 ceny.t ' ' . ' E. J. Jenkins "BILLY yX With nr;,:.i By- Geo. Cameron Cast & Production ..TA 'Storm of Laughter" New York Herald. " Colonial theatre, Friday Night, Oct. 7 Ticket n Salt at Brandon A Lawrtnct'i Bryan, Texas Close of Business September 30, 1910 RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. Schedule. No. 3 northbound 11:C9 a.m. N'o. C, northbound ...1:02 a.m. Ne. 9, northbound .'...2:20 p.m. No. 2, sou...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 4 October 1910

MAJOR This high bred young stallion will stand the fall season at my sale barn' in Bryan. I have lately brought him back from Houston where he has been in training and the following is an extract from a letter, from his trainer written Oct. 1st. "I regret your decision to take Maj. Dillard away; Jie was as promising a colt as we had this season. He had just begun" to step nice, and stepped a mile in 2:41 and finished at a 2:24 clip.. I am positive in another 30 days he would have stepped it in 2;30 or better. He was the favorite with all and it is my opinion the racing public will hear from him by next fall." There is no finer bred stallion in this section than MAJ. DILLARD JR. Perfect in form and Color. For terms and prices see me. J. IV. OFFERING BONUSES ' TO SECURE FACTORIES. The Plow and the Factory as Civil Izers and Wealth Producers. Fort Worth, Texas. Oct. 4. "I see that a great many commercial clubs throughout the state are advertising bonuses for uew factories and are havin...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 5 October 1910

arid Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 5 191C. NUMBER 260 .1 ' - t T "A t h. : CHOLERA SPREADS TO FRANCE. Italian Immigrants Carry It to Mar t eeilles Creates Consternation V, in Cay Paree. 1'arii, Ot., 5. Folluu Ann the alarm Ins report from Marseilles that chol era had broken out there, Immediate tie ii8 were taken by the government to safeguard tills city. It was report ed that the minister of public health would order all trains running out of. Marseilles to be fumigated, all tour ists examined' and all baggage to be closely Inspected. The chief fear was that a case of cholera might be brought to this city by travelers from Marseilles, one of the chief Hoping placeg for Ameri cans and other tourists In France. It was conceded by the authorities that a gigantic monetary loss, easily fl.OOO.ooo a day, would follow even the outbreak of the cholera In this city. A4 the first mention of such a stale of affairs there would be a gen eral exodus, of travelers...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 5 October 1910

IS FIRST NATIONAL OF BRYAN, TEXAS UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY, CAPITAL $100,000.00 BANK THE A Beautiful Display s, i l t A 4 r Q O I ) z o I (0 hi X of Superb Gowps unlike anything ever be fore displayed in Bryan. Costumes of ele gance, richness and novelty, right from the noted Parisian style-creators. EVENING COSTUMES FROM $15,00 to S50.00 SUITS OF DISTINGUISHED ELEGANCE New Demi-Tailored and Man-Tailored suits for women, showing every new beauty of fabrick and making. We have a vast as sortment, ranging from the conservative, practical, inexpensive suits from S10.00 to $37,50 - OVOilllnery. ep'fc GAGE BROS. HATS GOLD MEDAL HATS "ENUFF SED y gecie E d oe ON THE CORNER H I n i o z () I 0 "D SURPLUS AND PROFITS $102,000.00 H. O. Boatrfcht, President, L. L Mclnnis Active Vice IWtnt, Guy M. Bryan, Jr. Vice President, R- W. HowellCashier, V. P. Bryan. Assistant Cashier. Edner Jnef,' Book-keeper, J. W. Howell, Chairman of the Board. 5 backed by the county health officer, to make...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 5 October 1910

Teeth Care if - HrtW many sound teeth you have a few years later depends upon hqw you care for youx teeth now. The regular use of A. D. S. Peroxide TOOTH PASTE will insure soundness. It is an ami ceptic paste and a perfect denser. e Destroys all germs of decay, whitens the teeth, hardens the gums and sweetens the breath. Delightful to use. Price 25 cents. 'it E. J. Jenkins RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. eX T. C. 6chedule. No. 3, northbound.... .11:59 a.m No. 6, northbound 1:02 a.m, N. 0, northbound 2:20 p.m. No. 2, southbound ...2:47 p.m. No. 6, southbound ' 2:C2 a.m, No. 10, southbound 3:46 p.m. I. A G. N. 8chtauk. No 14, northbound . .... .1:44 p.m. No. 15, southbound 4:30 p.m. Pv Knnnt' nf 7.nt u-aa hA.a 4.1.1 U. II. Echols was here today from Rosprlm. Jim Swanson wag here today from Navasota. Roy Hudspeth, of Tabor, wag in the city today. P. H. Arrington was up from Mill . lean today. N. A. Cotnam, of Harvey, was in the city today. 8am Dunn, of Wheelock, wag In the city today. Jim Tobia...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 5 October 1910

JWl AJIG3 1ILIAM This hih bred young stallion w ill stand the fall season at my sale barn in Bryan. I have lately brought him back from Houston where he has been in training and the followinf is an extract from a letter, from his trainer written Oct. 1st. "I regret your decision to take Maj. Dillard away; he was as promising a colt as we had this season. He had just begun to step nice, and stepped a mile in ,2:41 and finished at a 2:24 clip. I am positive in another 30 days he would have stepped it in 2;30 or better. He was the favorite with all and it is my opinion the racing public will hear from him by nest fall." There is no finer bred stallion in this section than MAJ. DILLARD JR. Perfect in form and Color. For terms and prices see me. J, W. HUNNIGUTT READY FOR BUSINESS Mr. V. O. Iiearue nas completed his new laundry, and opened tliU morning. He lias Installed an up-to-date set of fixtures and appliances In the new building Vie erected on the site of the old laundry, and has em...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 6 October 1910

V Sib -tStijms 1 ...... add Pilot 3RYAN TEXAS, THURSDAY EVeNInIg, OCTOBER 6 lMc. NLlilEER 2d FIFTEENTH YEAR. Ji 1 1-4 11 IN COLLEGE CADET CORPS New Students Rapidly Learning Mili tary Tactics Corps Makes Finest Appearance Ever. College 8tatlon, Texas.. Ort. 6. Ha.pt. Andrew Moses, Coast Artillery Corps. I'. S. A., who is commandant of cadots at the A. & M. College of Texas, has announced the following promotions In the military dort meut of the college: To be First Lieutenant M. Taylor. To be Second Lieutenants 8. II. Marks and W. W. Trickey. To be First Sergeanta ,f. F. Davis, K. F. Horde. .1. V. Butler and J. K. Mlllender. To lie (Vrporals U Fries, J. R Fltze. W. W. Smith, R. E. Knolle, L. H. Burst, W. B. Booker, C. W. Nye. F. A. Scheske. W. L. Hill and R. B. Anderson. , The arms have not yet been Issued to the cadet corps, as the boys are yet being .drilled In the Meld moveme but they are rapidly being taught work. The senior officers, wh are In charge of the drilling sound h...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 6 October 1910

1 THE FIRST NATIONAL OF BRYAN, TEXAS BAH Q. O I 0) z o I 0) h. hi X h of Superb Gowns unlike anything ever be fore displayed in Bryan.' Costumes of ele gance, richness and novelty, right from the noted Parisian style-creators. EVENING COSTUMES FROM $15,00 to SSO.0O SUITS OF DISTINGUISHED ELEGANCE New Demi-Tailored and Man -Tailored suits for women, showing every new beauty of fabrick and making. We have a vast as sortment, ranging from the conservative, practical, inexpensive suits from S10.00 to S37.50 IIIjlniry ep't. GAGE BROS. GOLD MEDAL HATS HATS "ENUFF SED" y Cjj DD B ON THE CORNER d g ii iliL ii jyuB H X n -n 0) x o z X o u UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY, . $100,000.00 ,$102,000.00 CAPITAL - SURPLUS AND PROFITS H. O. Boatright, President, ' L. L. Mclnnis, Active Vice President, ' Guy M. Bryan, Jr. Vice President; R. VV. Howell, Cashier, W. P. Bryan, Assistant Cashier, Edger Jones, Book-keeper, " T. W. Howell, Chairman of the Board. A REMEDY FOR ONE OF THE TROUBLES. In wor...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 6 October 1910

s Teeth Care How many sound teeth you have a few years later depends upon how you care for your teeth now. The regular use of A. D. S. Peroxide TOOTH PASTE will insure sound ness. It is an anti ceptic paste and a perfect denser. Destroys all germs of decay, whitens the teeth, hardens the gums and sweetens the breath. Delightful to use. Price 25 cents. E. J. Jenkins RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. ft T. C. Schedule. ' No. S. northbound 11: DO a.m. So. 5, northbound l:02'a.n. '. f, northbound.... 2:20 p.m. No. 2, southbound 2:47 p.m. No. 6, southbound ........2:62 a.m. Ni. 10, southbound 3:45 p.m. I. ft Q. N. 8chtdul. n'o 14, northbound 1:44 p.m. ie ....... 1. 1. .... i . ma ij, Buiibuwuuuu f:ju p.m. T. a Smith, of hcliaucc, wu hero today, j Ten cents for an evening's pleasure at Dellwood. 261 L. M. HaKom, of Denchley.Was bere trading today. J. A. Haglns wb In town today from Rosprlm. Tom 8utton was a visitor from Bench ley today. Mrs. J. W. Coulter k'ft today for a visit to HIHsboro. Nell Deo...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 6 October 1910

Ml DIET BEFflilT The Kagle la arranging to give Its reader a general market report &t least once a week. Through the deal ers in the various products we obtain iiuotatlous that make up the market report. We do not claim to have a market report that Is absolutely cor rect, but the quotations will be as near standard as we can obtain. COUNTRY PRODUCE. The country produce market Is al most bare. Garden products are not In extatence and there ia very little offering in this Une. This time of the year is between seasons and therefore there ia very Httle to quote prices on. Irish Potatoes Home grown, $1.00 per bushel. Sweet Potatoes Home grown. $1.00 per bushel. ' Peas Dried black-eyed. 6c per rtound. Butter Frgsh, 25c per pound. CHICKENS AND EOGS. Hens Extra large. $4.00. per dozen; medium and poor In quality, $3.50 per dozen. Spring Chickens Extra large. $3.50 fj'3.75 per dozen; fryers, large. $3.50 3 60 per dozen; fryers, medium. $3.00 per dozen; broijers, $2.50tfj2.75 per dozen, a...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 7 October 1910

( and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7 191C. NUMBER 2C2 MIXED TRESSES PROVOKE MIRTH Brunette and Blonde Exchange Puff While Dressing in a Lower Berth. Portland, Ore., Oct 7. With but a few minutes to dress and in the dark ness of their Pullman berth at that th unlucky lower 7 again two young women carelessly exchanged bunches of their surplus hair with the result that fellow passengers, street car con ductors, pedestrians and hotel patrons participated in the resulting hilarity that became almost a riot. A hasty glance Into a convenient mirror at the St Klmo hotel revealed the cause ot It all and the two girls, covered with confusion, hastily withdrew to the se rluslon of their own rooms. One was a pronounced brunette, while the other was a striking blonde. Both were weary when they retired on the North bank train bound for Portland and they were awakened only twenty minutes before the time of arrival in the morning. Naturally, the dressing room was full ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 7 October 1910

3C - b I 1.1 i 8 OF BRYAN, TEXAS UA'IfZ) SL47S GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY, CAPITAL - - - $100,000.00 SIRPLUS AND PROFITS - $102,000.00 H. O. Hoatr'iEht, President, ' L. I,. Mclnnis, Active Vice President, Guy M. Bryan, Jr. Vice President, ' R. VV, Howell, Cashier, W. P. Bryan, Af.sist;mt Cashier, Edger Jones, Book-keeper, J. W. Howell, Chairmanof the Board. , of Superb Gowns unlike anything, ever be fore displayed in Bryan. Costumes of ele gance, richness and novelty, right from the noted Parisian style-creators. EVENING ! COSTUMES FROM $15,00 to $50.00 5 Dlsjinr . . .. . . j Q. O I (0 z o I (0 li. LU -jut- f SUITS OF DISTINGUISHED ELEGANCE New Demi-Tailored and Man -Tailored suits for women, showing every new beauty of fabrick and making. We have a vast as sortment, ranging fromthe conservative, practical, inexpensive suits from $10,00 to $37,50 EpijlnGiry: GAGE BROS. GOLD MEDAL HATS HATS "ENUFF SED" T: E u g IS uinjan Baihi Ean AND PILOT. (Published every day except Sunday.) By THE EAG...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 7 October 1910

X Teeth 1 "are How many sounJ fcem you. luve n f.-w years later depends upon how you Care fur your v.t.i nu.. ie regular use of A. I). S. Peroxide TOOTH JA$Tc win niure soundness. Jt is all j,nti ceptic paste and iuA'iji 'vL-iiMjr. Jcitro) s ml germs of decay, wHiteiu the teet.i, h.rdeis t ie uu u -nJ sweeten ihe breath.. Delightful U use. Price 2.i rents. , E. J. Jenkins S .1. " LHOm .1. ' 3, norlliLouinl. ii, iinrtlitiiiiiiiii ,', llilltiltldlilfl 4. lllllll'"Ulll II i.'iM ft III I 't It. II. pill ii.in in ... ::4T '. "in lilii'imil . , , ,J!;.fi2 :lliiiihil 35 m 4 o ' icneattle I i 'lnl)..Htii p ro !." xiiullib inn. I ....4-.'t0 p.m. waa here today from - - J. 8. Frauces ai lit from Tabor to day. H. Z. T. Wilson was here today from Tabor. J. H. Reed Harvey. J. T. Ross was In town from Har vey today. i 1. Ml M. B. Easters, of Kurten, was In the city today. 4 S. H. Seale, of Benchley, was In ti city today. J. D. Willis, of Waco, h visiting rela tives and friends in the city. w. K. ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 7 October 1910

Two Beautiful Hornet Destroyed. Fire Fighters Powerless for Lack of Equipment. The Are which started , Vday aft ernoon in the tome of Mr. J. X Butler, on West Anderson, street, waa the be ginning of a conflagration which de stroyed also the home of Rev. John Swanwick and for a while threatened to burn its destructive way through to the southern llimts of the city. At stated in yesterday's Eagle, the fire began In the kitchen of the Butler home. There bad been no fire in the range, or elsewhere In the house, uuer the noonday dinner, and Its origin is a mystery. The tnost probable theory is that it caught from the flue, and owing to the lack of ventilation In the garret, burned for several hours so slowly as to attract no attention. When discovered It bad made such headway that no effort was made to save the house This requires most skillful manage-1 taoie ikb women ana in miier r ment jn tne rotation of crops, in di served first ; vision of labor, In selecting seeds, fer- "Yet the wo...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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