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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 8 October 1910

1 - .fl ioo.iiifi.1 JiionhHTl (ThI FIRST NATI01ML B III II II ni lyjuuuiiiui iiumiu jyi ( OF BRYAN TEXAS UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY 5 . 'I F f n f r r t. Q O I z o I (J) hi X ilLJ 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 $5000 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 $1000 to $3750 MoIDoinieirj7 ep'fr GAGE BROS. GOLD MEDAL HATS HATS ENUFF SED" y g eiro ON THE CORNER d go H X m I o z 0) I o 13 CAPITAL . SVRPLUS AND PROFITS . . H. O. Boatricht President L. Guy M. Bryan Jr. Vice President AY. P. Bryan Assistant Cashier - 0 - $100000.00 ' $102000.00 L. Mclnnis Active Vice President R. W. Howell Cashier. Edger Jones Book-keeper J. W. Howell Chairman of th...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 8 October 1910

Je? Care Barton & Wiswell Inc. STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE m$l STATE DAFG AIM D TRUST COMPA NY ( Hovmary sound teeth you have a few years later depends upon how y-care for your teeth now. The regular use of A. D. S. Peroxide TOOTH PASTE will insure soundness. It is an anti- ceptic paste ani a perfect denser. Destroys all germs of decay whiten the teeth hardens the gums and sweetens the. breath. Delightful to use. Price 25 cents. . . E. J. Jenkins offer America's Foremost Colored Commcdian with "SMT SET" v .t 1 in I i- RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. A T. C. 8cheduls.' 'So. S northbound .11:69 a.m so. 6 northbound .1:02 a.m. No. 0 nerthbouud ..2:20 p.m. no. 2 southbound 2:47 p.m. So. 6 southbound 2:62 a.m. n'o. 10 southbound1 ........ 3: 4S p.m. UG.N. Schedule. n'o 14 northbound 1:44 p.m. n'o. IS aoutbbounJ 4:30 p.m. Mrs. Claude Trlppe Is visiting in Taylor. A. W. Cloud was here today from Kurten. J. D. Glon was here today from Harvey. A. W. Dyes was here- today from Harvey. N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 8 October 1910

Ill SOCI.lL CIRCLES .... lu'jLuwuuvuiru-uL On Wednesday afternoon 'Miss Het-j bauty ' the books- The club color- ' .. . k white and green were "used tie Smith retiring president of the I A lovely courge of mitte(1 orcU Bachelor Maids' Club held an open crPain and cake waa served. The reception to tb club and a few in-'event was as dainty in each appoint- vlted guests. The Invitations were iJ- mintR81t w" eoyaIe m th .... . . .1 Following is the program with cued almost in a whisper and eiichjwhcU jIrg Rayflor charmed her guest waa x wondering what was 'In guests: ' '. More nnd whai mystery was to be un-1 1. The President's Address folded. At the entrance the sweetest 1 2. Vocal Music Mrs. W. C. Davis music greeted the ears of the bevy of 1 3. Paper by Mrs. J. H. Allen: beautifully gowned' girls. The recep- "Woman as a Home Builder." lion hall waa artistically twined in 4. Paper by Mrs. W. P. Bryan: bamboo and stnilax and beneath the "Woman Socially." waxy green leaves could be seen ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 10 October 1910

v.c; and Pilot FIFTEENTH YJAR. 3RYAN TEXAS MONDAY EVENIMG OCTOBER 10 191C. NUMBER 264 1 t r- m m m A 4L - NEW ARRIVALS Cranbcrrfes Dill Pickles Keg Olives New Mackerel Dried Fruits Potato Chips All the Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in . Season Howell & Newton Inc. . . PHONES 23 ani ISO MINERAL WEALTH OF ' L BREWSTER COUNTY. Building of Orient Railway Will Give Great Impetus to Its Development. San Antonio Texas Oct. 10. In the Terlingua district. In and around Brew ster county Texas Is developing the greatest quit kIlvt-r field In the conn try. A largo amount 'of new capital lias Wen invested in this territory and several additional furnaces are planned. .Many new mines have re- cently been opened up at a distance irom the proved Clnnlbar field. It Is reported that the Kansas City .Mexico & Orient railroad will be extended through Alpine into this quicksilver district and across Into Mexico and penetrate the guayule shrub country. This is the shrub- from which rubber is manufa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 10 October 1910

11 THE FIRST eaufiful Display BANK OF BRYAN TEXAS UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY Q O I X (0 hi 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 $1500 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 $1000 to $3750 mm GAGE BROS. HATS GOLD MEDAL HATS "ENUFF SED" u g emie ON THE CORNER d g LP H X m 0) I o z X o TJ CAPITAL ... SURPLUS AND PROFITS H. O. Boatright President L Guy M. Bryan Jr. Vice President W. P. Bryan Assistant Cashier - $100000.00 . $102000.00 L. Mclnnis Active Vice President R. W. HowJl Cashier F.deer Jones Book-keeper J. W. Howell Chairman of the Board. pie of the South know this and have never accepted the fifteenth amend- ment as a finality and they nev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 10 October 1910

i 1 I .1 M i I H n 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. i'erox ide TOOTHPASTE will insure soundness. It is an ami- 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. & T. C. Schedule. No. 3 northbound.. 11:59 a.m. No.. 6 northbound 1:02 a.m. N. 9 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. 4 Q. N. Schedule. No 14. northbound 1:44 p.m. No. 15 southbound 4:30 p.m. New vaudeville tonight. 264 New vaudeville and new pictures to- night. 2G4 J. W. Wiley of Tabor was In town tod a jr. Dr. M. Francis was In from College today. Mrs. C. M. Bell Is visiting In Waa- kachle. Best of the season at the park to- night. . 4 Win Riley was In today from Re- liance. A. W. Wilkerson visited Hearne ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 10 October 1910

X X X X X XXX 4 X XX X IN THE CHURCHES. X xxxxx xxx AT ST. ANDREW'S. There were very few out at the early service to meet Jesus Christ in the sacrament of His own Institution. Those who regularly attend the holy communion are meeting the require- ments of the church and remind us of the first Christians who "continued steadfastly In the apostles' doctrine and fellowship and in breaking of bread and in prayers" each Sunday. The Sunday school showed a decid- ed Increase in numbers. The scholars have been divided into classes accord- ing to age and proficiency. The graded system of the New York Sunday 6chool commission is used. Hy Its definite teaching the purpose and aim in thy way and lead thee to the place which I have prepared for thee." Exodus 23: -20-21. High mass was fol- lowed by benediction of the most blessed sacrament and the recital of the litany. The singing of the Angelus by the congregation concluded. the morning services. """" There was no night service on ac- count of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 11 October 1910

and Pilot " s FIFTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 11 191C. NUMBER" 265 NEW ARRIVALS Cranberries Dill Pickles Keg Olives New Mackerel Dried Fruits Potato Chips All the Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season Howell & Newton Inc. PHONES 23 tni ISO THE NEWS IN BRIEf Eventi of the World Boiled Down for the Busy Man to Read at a Glance. The Santa Fe has Inaugurated throuKh sleeping car service from Galveston to Kansas City. Ninety-one carloads of cotton passed through Houston to Galveston Sun- day. Its estimated value la I'l.OOO. The Arizona constitutional conven- tlui is controlled by democrats. It will probably adopt the initiative and referendum. The highwayman shot in Houston Saturday night of which mention was made in yesterday's Eagle lias con- fessed to committing many robberies In that city and Galveston. In his Hot Springs speech Roose- velt advocated government aid in draining the swamp lands of Arkan- sas. Laud . ComiiiisUoner Hobison will recommend to the- n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 11 October 1910

11 eaufiful lisplay THE FIRST NATIONAL BA I 5 A j ?! 't ! 1 1 I I; hi i - N. Q. O I (0 I 0) Ld 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 $1500 to $5000 m a. SUITS OF DISTINGUISHED ELEGANCE . 4 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 $1000 to $37.50 olliirieiry Dep't. GAGE BROS. GOLD MEDAL HATS HATS "ENUFF SED" u I u g ene ON THE CORNER d ge H X n x o z X o OF BRYAN TEXAS UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY CAPITAL - - - - $100000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS ; - $102000.00 L. L. Mclnnis Active Vice President H. O. Boatright President Guy M. Bryan Jr. Vice President ' R. W. Howell Cashier W. P. Bryan Assistant Cashier Edger Jones Book-keeper J. W. Howell Chairman of the Board. on this subject. Of the thirty-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 11 October 1910

f M 4 0 Teeth Care How many sound teeth you have a few years later depends upon how you oie for your teeth now. The regular use of A. D. S. Peroxide TOOTHPASTE will insure soundness. It is an ami- ceptic paste and a perfect denser. Destroys all germs of decay whiten the teeth hardens1 the gums and sweetens the breath. Delightful to use. Price 25 cents. E. J. Jenkins RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. 8chdule. No. 3 northbound .....11:59 a.m. No. S northbound ... .1:02 a rt.. Ne. 6 northbound 2:20 p.m. No. 2 southbound 2:47 p.m. No. 6 southbound 2:52 a.m. V'o. 10 southbound 3:46 p.m. I. i 6. N Schedule. No. 14 northbound 1:44 p.m. No. 15 southbound 4:30 p.m. J. I). Sanders waj In today frrn Tabor. J. J. Cahlll of Smetana. was here today. 0. L. Andrews was here today from Harvey. J. T. Fuller was here today from Harvey. R. If. Seale was here today from Benchley. J. P. Gilpin of. Kurten was lu the city today. J W. C. Warren was here today from Cedar Creek. Mrs. John .MrConiuodnle Is vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 11 October 1910

FOSTER'S WEATHER BUU.ETIN. Washington Oct. 11. (Copyrighted mm h V. T. Foster ksi Duueim continent 6th to 10th. warm wave 5th to 9th cool wave atn to .uin. " general way the best of crop weather will prevail during this disturbance. West of .Montgomery. Cincinnati and east of Lake Superior conditions . will be favorable to all farm work while east of that line they will be unfavor- able. Next disturbance will 'reach Pacific coast about 11th cross Pacific slope by close of 12th great central valleys 13th to 13th eastern sectlois ltith. Warm wave will cross Pacific slope about 11th great central valleys 13th. eastern sections 15th. Cool wave will cross Pacific slope about '14th great central valleys 10th. eastern sections 18th. . . General average oi wcaiuci uuims the week centering on 14th will be un-J Jl That U'oalr 1 General average of weather auring ...1I worm and atnrmv. That week will begin cooler than usual then very warm about 14th and then cooler than usual about 17th. These ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 12 October 1910

and Pilot FIFIKENTH YfcAR. 3RYAN TEXAS VVKIiNESIMY EVENING OCTOBER 12 191C NUMBER 266 -- . :;-: . NEW ARRIVALS Cranberries Dill Pickles Keg Olives New Mackerel Dried Fruits Potato Chips All the Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season Howell & Newton Inc. PHONES' 23 and ISO A BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION IN BRYAN. The proposition to organize "u build- ing arid nan association In this city Is under comideration and the commit- tee of the Comemrriiii Club having the matter In. charge will make Its first rffnrt to secure stock subscriptins Thursday morning. The matter of 1romotliiK an association of this kind in Hr.van has been under discussion by various parties for many mouths but only recently ban the enterprise taken definite form und plan 4 made for the organization. It looks like a Rood proposition and there In no reason why It should not be as profitable here us it lias been In other places. The ad- vantages It offers both to the Investor and the borrower are Inducements that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 12 October 1910

f THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BRYAN TEXAS OA IP II M THE HABIT All of Bryan people are getting it that is shown by the increasing number of well dressed girls and ladies' in this city. .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. We invite a call from any who are interested. .'( .. .'. .'. .'. . p f i f 1 i i I I f .1 r DRESSES AND COSTUMES For afternoon evening and general street wear ' Juvenile Hats For little fellows from 3 to 8 years old. Every color nobby shapes. The kind every body else sells for $1.00 OUR PRICE 50 GENTS The Millinery Department You'll not see anywhere a finer richer or varied assortment of rJillinery than will be shown you on our second floor. We Tailor Suits to Order Get The HABIT EUGENE EDGE ON THE CORNER The Fashion SHOP The masses of the people are slow to learn but they are learning that the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 12 October 1910

t Watch this Space CHECK YOUR COLD just as quick as pcjjsible. One can never tell what a cold will develope into. Our COLD CURE is a never failing antidote for colds. It makes no differ- ence whether the cold is in the incipient stage or well advanced. PRICE 25 CENTS E. J. Jenkins RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. A T. C. 6chedutt. So. 3 northbound 11:59 a.m. No. 5 northbound 1:02 a.m. Na. 0 northbound.. 2:20 p.m. So. 2 southbound 2:47 p.m. So. 6 southbound 2:52 a.m. So. 10 southbound 3:45 p.m. I. A. a N. 8chtdub. .No. 14 northbound 1:44 p.m. So. 15 southbound- 4:30 p.m. W. L. Edge was In from Edge today. J. P. Rice wag In the city today from Cross. W. J. Riley was ber today from Reliance. Df. J. F. Lee was here today from Wellborn. I. M. Cook was here today from Steep Hollow. J. V. Skains of Cottonwood was In town today. J. L. Robinson of Cross was here trading today. If you want the best go to Uuch- nan's market 2G W. F. Terry of Holllgan Chajwl was in the city today. P. L. Barron was In the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 12 October 1910

drives ai a tangible Investment which he sees endangered and feela called uion to defend. As the Ohio judge naya the law gives him no redress; so he U forced to rely uion hU own charms with the elrl or his fists with the other fellow. Hubbard. Texas Oct 12.-The cornj Frequently he finds his fists more ef- ici iive uih.ii ma cumiui WOMAN WINS PRIZE AT HUBBARD CORN SHOW. Many Boys Beat Their Daddies A Permanent Exhibit To Bs Kept Open. show Is still the topic of discussion at Hubbard. Numbers of farmers have expressed regret at not having entered the contest. All who have tried scien- tific or government farming this year ore well pleased. Several farmers who formerly claimed that ihere was noth- ing In scientific farming now admit that they were wrong. Mr. E. T. Hill whose son Lyles Hill Is a corn club boy says that he Is now itady to ad- mit that his boy beat him raising corn. The corn dub boys .who entered the show are delighted. They are making preparations for next year's crop. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 13 October 1910

" ' s . " " " ' and Pilot K : ' y 3RVAN TEXAS THURSDAY EVENING OCTOBER 13;i91C: NUMBER 267 FIFTEENTH YKAR. 4 v V J .jf NEW ARRIVALS Cranberries Dill Pickles Keg Olives New Mackerel Dried FruitsPotato Chips . i All the fresh Fruiis and Vegetables in Season - ij Howell & Newton Inc. PHONES 23 tut ISO TRYING TQ MEXICANIZE THE UNITED STATES. Judge Alton B. Parker Says Roose- velt It Deceiving the V' People. New York Oct. 13. Alton it. Parker gave out an Interview on the state cnuipulgn find Theodore Rooseve.lt. He said: ' ' "I am informed tlmt Mr. RooHevelt ha been advised by his friends that in this Ktate the tide has set In so strongly against hii new nationalism with himself as the steward of the public welfare In 1912 and theme on for the balance of his life that he can only hope to save the situation for himself and his ticket by an- nouncing that he will not be a candi- date In 1912 and. further that he has agreed to make such a statement 'within the next two or three days. "T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 13 October 1910

i III . 1 BANK iim OF. BRYAN TEXAS A. All of Bryan people are getting it that is shown by the increasing number of well dressed girls and ladies' in this city. 3 Will make liberal advances on cotton to any farmer who dc- 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! We invite a call from any who arc interested. .'. . .. .. .. ; r i T HE IE MAD T JI'I 1 DRESSES For afternoon Juvenile Hats For little fellows from 3 to 8 years old. Every color nobby shapes. The kind every body else sells for $1.00 OUR PRICE 50 GENTS We Tailor Suits to Get The II ABIT .Organ Satlrj fcarjlr AND PILOT. (Published every day except Sunday.) y THE EAGLS PRINTING to. J. M. Came..... Editor M. E. Wallace Manager A. J. Buchanan.. Adv. and Circulation BaUred as 8econd-Clafi Matter April 18 1910 at the Postofflce at Bryan Texaa undoi the Act or March 3 1879. Ratea of Subscription. uoe month . 0 Three months 1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 13 October 1910

CHECK YOUR COLD just a quick as possible. ' One can never tell what a cold will develope into. Our' ." COLD CURE is a never failing antidote for colds. It makes no differ- eft whether the cold is in the incipient stage or well advanced. " r. PRICE 25 CENTS - E. J. Jenkins RAILROAD TIME CARD. . H. 4 T C. 8chdul. No. 3 northbound... ......II :C9 a.m. No. 5 northbound 1:02 a.m. N. 9. northbound... 2:20 p.m. No. 2. southbound 2:47 p.m. No. 6 southbound 2:52 a.m. No. 10 southbound 3:46 p.m. I. A G. N. Schedule. Ma 14. northbound 1:44 p.m. n'o. 15 southbound 4:30 p.m. Mrs. W. H. Bell is vldtlng in Cal- vert. 8. S. Kelly of Kurten. wag in iowh today. O. W. Graham was in from Harvey today. - P. H. Arrlngton was up from Mllll- ean today. G. W. Dunlap was here today from Millican. W. N. Glaze of Reliance was in the city today. . John Barnett was here foday from Steep Hollow. C. M. Riainger was in from Mulligan Chapel today. Jim Swanson. of isavasota was In the cfty today. J. B. Dunn was in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 13 October 1910

JONES BKOS.' DUFFAIO mWl UILD UEOT EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITION COMING LIKE AN ARMY THROUGH THE COUNTRY. lOOO-Men and Horscs-lOOO ScROBATS CELEBRATED SCOUTS CHIEFS WARRIORS PAPPOOSES BELLES vm DL-limBQ (mm the Wicwam REAL COWBOYS from the Ranch The Mot D A R I li" L A D R I D ER S N OT ED G J I D E S F E A R L E S S STAGE COACH DRIVERS. Time Honored FRONTIERSMEN from all walks of we.tern lite. Scooting ':o.nR I lm wild Hora's. Real Indian warfare. It attracts the wiae the good pra.ae It .he beat MtronXe t It inatruc "the teacher; it helps th. scholar tt plt.se. the parentj. t charms fhe l.d.e. - It del Shts the children; it c.pt.vate. everyone. Waturally you want to see the beat and Vr.ndt. You will see.it In this mighty moral progrewivs institution; in its count"... frray of riovelt.es snd its stupendous program of sterlmg and splendid scvs. Don't fail to see OUR GREAT HISTORIC STREET PARADE at 11 a. m. daily ENGAGEMENT SPECIAL I First time on the American Continent the Royal Troupes of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 14 October 1910

3 V and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. 3ft YAN TEXAS FRIDAY EVENING OCTOBER 14 191C A BRYAN WOMAN'S APPEAL PROF. hi i 4 ' h' : - K v v Ml I M DC D tea ( v I Cranberries DH Pickles Keg Olives New Mackerel Dried Fruits Potato Chips All ihe Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season Howell & Newton Inc. V PHONES 23 and ISO 4 LEARN TO GUIDE AEROPLANE Aviator Moisant Says It I as Easy as Riding a Bicycle or Walk- ' ing on Stilts New York Oct. 14.-JoliuJt. Mois- sant tb American avvrffor w 1 drew the attention of the 1 world Vliy his flight from Pari to Loncionr declares I hut- learning to guide anftern plane in about us easy a UxrfninK to ride a bicycle or to t!i on stills. .MiTmr""Tt preparing his quarters at the Belmont Park aviation Held in anticipation of making Home trial flights before the opening of the in- ternational tournament. "There Is no great mystery or great difficulty about operating an aero- plane" lie said to a committee of the International meet officials when they received Mm n...

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