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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 14 October 1910

i 1 THE FIRST 'NATIONAL the HABIT hiVi OF BRYAN TEXAS 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. .'. .. . BANK Mi 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 Now that the women of Bryan have taken up the agitation for material reform in earnest success Is assured. Read the blood-stirring appeal to the men of Bryan on our first page. Not only read it but pray Over It. The Millinery Department You'll not see anywhere a finer richer or varied assortment of Millinery than will be shown you on o...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 14 October 1910

CHECK YOUR COLD just as quick as possible- One can never tell what a ; cold will develope into. Our - Watch this Space COLD CURE i is a never failing antidote for colds. It makes no differ- ence whether the cold is in the incipient stage or well advanced. IRICE 2S CENTS E. J. Jenkins RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. A T. C. Schtdule. no. 3 northbound 11:59 a.m. No. 5 northbound 1:02 n- . northbound 2:20 p.m. So. 2. aouthbound .2:47. p.m. s'o.- 6 aouthbound 2:52 a.m. "o. 10 aouthoound 3:46 p.m. I. A Q. N. Schadula. 1 No. 14. northbound 1:44 p.m. Vo. 15 aouthbound 4:30 p.m. Tom Closa was here today from Edge. Wanted Clean rags. Apply at this office. Joe Carnes. of Harvey was In town today. G. H. Fullerton waa In from Tabor today. W. M. Shealy vyes In from Reliance today. Lum Holden -waa here today from Tabor. Put Buchanan waa here today from Harvey. N. A. Cotnam waa here today from Harvey. A. W. Shelton wag here today from Rogprlm. Ballard Moore of Edge waa In the city today. Charles Jones waa ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 14 October 1910

r- - -3.-v v t ... I. THE .KD5ji BRIEF Event! ct the World Boiled Down for the Busy Man to Read at a Glance. The census bureau reports that the population of Austin Is 29.860. Rev. J. B. Morris was fined $"00 at Hillsboro for failing to obey a sub- poena summoning him as a witness. The .Spanish republicans yesterday spread flowed on ProL Ferrar's grave but there were uo other demonstrations. It is reported that Eujjlaua lias recognized the Portugal republic but the report Is not confirmed. The body of a man supposed to have been an employe of the Uarnum & Bailey circus was found floating on Galveston bay. It Is believed that he attempted to walk across the bay on the bridge and fell in. President Taft will sail from Charleston S. C to the Isthmus of Panama November 10. Hal Stafford who escaped Tuesday from the convict camp on the Koppe farm in Brazos bottom was recap- tured yesterday by R. S. N'ewsonie manager of the farm and Constable Ellis. Senor Gomez Mexican consul at Kansas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 15 October 1910

rpara Wmly Biaglfe and Pilot FIFTEENTH 'YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 15 191C NUMBER 269 i -1 4' i 1 r --I NEW ARRIVALS i Cranberries Dill Pickles . Keg Olivet New Mackerel Dried Fruits Potato Chips All the Fiesh Fraits and Vegetables in Season Howell & Newton Inc. PHONES 23 end ISO PROGRAM CENTRAL TEXAS BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. Program of the fifth Sunday meet- ing or the central texas Association to convene with 'Hie liremond Baptist church October 27;i0. 1910: Thursday Night. 7 :l!0 Sermon. K. 0. Iscnhower. Friday Morning it to 9:30 Devotional. J. J. IMpUln. !:30 to 12 Missions. 9:30 to 10 Outline of All Our K-!! and ForreH M. E. Wearer. 10 to 1 0 : :t0 Asioclatlonai Missions 1). H. Waite (or county mlHBionary). 10:30 to 11 State Mission. T. Y. liains. 11 to 11:30- Home Missions. It. I Nash. 11:30 to 12-Foreign Missions J. M. Mullock. Friday Afternoon. ii to 230 Devotional. K. G. Isen- bower. 2:30 to 1 : Itenevolence. 2:30 to 3 II. O. Home. J. J. Pipkin. 3 to 3:30 Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 15 October 1910

r 1 THE FIRST MATI HABIT THE b OF BRYAN TEXAS 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. .. .. .. ' UAL At 1 Ev PPT hi r DRES'SES 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 CENTS i J . .i r. r l The Millinery Department . You'll not see anywhere a finer richer or varied assortment of full in ) ( ;: i 8 i 1 : ' f than will be shown you on our second floor. ii :.J ("f i r ' " gfe. Tailor Suits to Order to It it 'J d ' ! Get The i II A B IT mm EDGE ON THE CORNER The Fashion SHOP pie about seventy million do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 15 October 1910

.1 Vatch this Space FlBSj'STAtiE DARIi AND TRUST COMPANY t CHECK YOUR COLD s just as quick as possible. One can never tell what a colJ will develope into. Our COLD CURE .is a never failing antidoce for colds. It makes no differ- ence whether the cold is in the incipient stage or well 'advanced. FRICE 25 cans E . J. Jenkins : RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. A T. C. Schedule. No. 3 northbound 11:59 a.m. o. 6 northbound 1:02 a.m. f northbound 2:20 p.m. So. 2 southbound 2:47 p.m. Mo. 6 south bound ........ 2: B2 a.m. So. 10 southbound 3:46 p.m. I. A Q. N. Schedule. no. 14 northbound ......1:44 p.m. So. 15 southbound 4:30 p.m. Arch Cloud was In from Reliance to- day. Miss Llllle Long of lola was in the ity todar. f James Yardley was here today from Harvey. Clarence Isbejl was in Bryan today from lola. v ' W D. Tardley of Harvey was hi town today. Prof. J. C. BaUou of Wellborn was here today. James Wilson Jr. of Edge was here trading; today. Prof. H. L. McKnlght was In from College today. W. B. En...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 15 October 1910

III SOCIAL CIRCLES One of the prottleyt and daintiest of tho weok'i soclnl events wm tae five-hundred party given by M!bs Mil- ner on Friday afternoon at the hand- ' tome home of her parents Col. and Mrs. R. T. Mllner. ct the A. & M. College. The affair was planned In compliment to Miss Dollie Reevo3 who 1 a i:mst on the ranipua. She Is quite a social favorite having vis- ited friends there last session. . The Mllner home bean an air of gracious hospitality at all times and was espe- cially pretty for this party In decora- tion of potted plants palms and ferns. The score cards were ornamented with fflrl heads done in pink and blue. A salad course with Ice tea was pret- tily served. No Invitation Is ever re- ceived with more delight than one from Miss Mllner. On this occasion she was assisted In entertaining by her mother and cousin. Miss Marjorle Ooforfh. Those present Included Misses Allie Conway. Malcolm Mtiunis. Rowenn Rhodes Alberta Adams Ray Conway Mary Mclnnls. Irene Hoard...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 17 October 1910

V and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. . iiRYAN TEXAS MONDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 17 IW vniiZTTT i COLLEGE PROTESTS AGAINST g 4EW MAIL SCHEDULE. ! Tw ll new- Arrivals Cranberries Dill Pickles Keg Olives New Mackerel Dried Fruits Potato Chips All the Ftesh Fraitt and Vegetable! in Season Howell & Newton Inc. PHONES 23 mni ISO FOSTER'S WEATHER BULLETIN. Washington Oct 17. (Copyrighted 1910 by W. T Foster.) Last bulletin g ?;T-cretf of disturbance to cross continent IStb to 22nd warm wave 17th to 21st cool wave 20 1 h to 24th. Unusually warm weather will be the principal feature. Severe weather on Pacific slope but when this disturb- ance pause eanl of meridian 90 It will lose force In all Its features. Next disturbance will reach Pacific oast about 2."!rd cross Pacific slope by clone of 24th great central valleys 25th to 27th eastern sections 2th. Warm wave will cross Pacific slope about 23rd great central vaueyi suth eastern sections 27th. Cool wave will cross Pacific sloim. about 26th great ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 17 October 1910

T 'FIRST MI0I3AL BANK (pi la r IARIT T!IE ( OF DRYAII TEXAS !"' All of Bryan people are getting it that is shown by the increasing number of well dressed girls and ladies' in this city. ' For afternoon evening arid general street wear Jiitciiilo Hats For little fellows from 3 to 8 years old. Every color nobby shapes. The kind every body else sells for $1.00 OUn PRICE 50 GENTS K The Millinery Department You'll not see .anywhere a finer richer or varied assortment of TJiiiinery 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 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 tjie opinion of many that higher prices will prevail during the winter. We invite a call from any who arc interested. .". .'. .V ' 8UGAR REFINERY AT TEXAS CITY. Ont of tht Largest Independent Plant Will Greatly Stimulate y Development. San Antonio Tex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 17 October 1910

. - - V N Wakh this Space ) CHECK YOUR COLD just as quick at possible One can never tell what a cold will devclope into. Our GOLD CURE in a never failing antidote for colds. It makes no differ- tince whether the cold is in the incipient stage or well advanced. v ' PRICE 25 CENTS T E. J. Jenkins RAILROAD TIME CARD. rLA T. C. 8chaduls. No. 3 northbound a m. Vo. 6 northbound 1:02 rib. N. 9 northbound... 2:20 p.m. No. 2 southbound ..' 2:47 p.m. No. 4 southbound 2:62 a.m. Mo. 10 southbound .3:4ft p.m. I. A G. N. Schedule. so 14 northbound 1:44 p.m. no. 15. southbound ......4:30 p.m. Mrs. N Jametta is visiting in Dallas. Marvin Baker went to Mart Sunday. Oscar Turner was In from Zack to- day ' . ' c Robert Armstrong went to Austin today. J. H. Math is was in from Reliance today. C. M. Camp was here from Navasota Sunday. Roger Williams waa here today from Millican. A fine organ for sale or trade. J. R. Ed morula. 272 : John Kosarek was her today from Smetana . i ' Blanton Wiley of Jabor wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 17 October 1910

i -. ". ;"t ." y -4- W v () U o THE DEG5 li'l BRIEF BETTER THAN EVER Y introduce uur famous VOTE FOR 9 The New ISlue gibbon Brand of Coffee $ IA- i J : j i . Event of the World Boiled Down for ( ) o o o o o o o o o o o a a o O o a o o a o o o o). Jll. FOR TATE At the Special Primary Saturday Oct. 22 Brazos County Heeds the Senator Don't Fail to and O Adv. X X x ' ' X X X X X X X IN THE CHURCHES. X X X X X X The Kagle solicit! the news of the local churches Including announce- ments of services and cheerfully pul- lishes them free of charge; but If those concerned appreciate this courtesy si) little that the notices are not sent In until after the forms are locked up. it Is not the fault of The Eagle if they are not published. To Insure pub- lication they should be In the hands of the editor not Inter than 1 p. m. FIRST BAPTIST. The pastor preached at both services yesterday and the congregations were large and Inspiring. At the 11 o'clock service the pastor preached on-"The Golden R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 18 October 1910

V arid Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 18 191C NUMBER 271 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 SENDS CHECK FROM WISCONSIN. i Former A. & M. Freshman Contrib- utes to Alumni Memorial Y. M. C. A. Building at College. Collide Station Texas Oct.. IS. Kroni far off Wisconsin hai come a heck In full pnyment of a pledge made by a freshman fttudtid of ho A. ' & M. College for -Ills subscription to the alumni memorial Y. M. C. A. building I ho cornerstone for which W-to tie laid In June next. It will be i t'iuuiiibercd that when the t-xecutive committee of which K. B. Cushlng of Houston ia chairman 'started out to raise funds for such a building on the' camp" that the stu- dent! of the college asked the right to be the first to subscribe. The com- mittee allowed this privilege to the hoys and pledge amounting to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 18 October 1910

RE H8 Si s Tl El lH E (RHP HABIT at OF. BRYAN TEXAS 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 .. .". BANK DRESSES For afternoon AN COSTUMES evening and general street wear Juvenile Hats For littlev fellows from 3 to 8 irears old. Every color nobby shapes. The kind every body "else sells for $1.00 OUR PRICE 50 GENTS The Millinery Department You 11 not see anywhere a finer richer or varied assortment of Millinery 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 he and tho fireman looked on and lairs. It Is still true as ot old that laughed at the frantic rearing and "righteousne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 18 October 1910

Vatch this Spaa FIRST Sll Cffvli AN T RUST CO M P A fJ V CHECK YOUR COLD just as quick as po&siblc One can never tell what a cold will develope into. Our ' COLD CURE ii never failing antidote for colds. It maltes no differ- ence whether the cold it in the incipient stage or well advanced. IIIICE 2S cms E. J. Jenkins RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. Schedule No. 3 northbound 11:69 am. No. 5 northbound 1:03 a.a. Ne. 0 north bound... i 2:20' p.m. No. 2 aouthbound 2:47 p.m. No. 6. aouthbound ....... .2:52 a.m. No. 10 south bound .........8:46 p.m. I. A Q. N. Schedule. So. 14. northbound 1:44 p.m. So. 16 aouthbound 4:30 p.m. j Miss Daisy"" Lee returned to ber 'school at Mumford after spending Sat- urday and Sunday in theH f'baJeg nIcaV considered very T a n - m ! . . FOR ATTRACTIONS COLONIAL THEARRE B. SbJsa was here today from Col- lege r Mrs. C. B. Winter Is vtadting In Dallas. Wanted -Clean rags. Apply at this . Salesman. Judge Ross Bell of Freestone coun ty la In the city In th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 18 October 1910

THE OEOHI BRIE Events of the World Boiled Down for the Busy Man to Read at a -Glance. Just been repaired. The trustees have ordered patent deks to seat the three cchoolnouses. The Rje schoolhouse W be-j8 pulut- ed new blinds put on. and a largo cis- tern installed. A noticeable Improvement has re- cently been made to the Steep Hollow schoolhouse. A new room has been added and new seats and other new furnishings added. Manv residences have been - built laud improvements added of which Evangelist Lockett Adulr is conduct- inar a ereat revival at Taylor 1n a tabernacle built for he P"!''-"""' 'mention Hai already been made but conversions of middle-aged people are ( R jg pagy to gee Jhat the famerg aro reponea. i 110 way letting the building and improvement boom drag. In fact they The sets of nine trades of cotton prepared bythe department of agri- culture as the official standards 'for trading are now ready and will be supplied to cotton exchanges at1 123 a set. Six buildings includin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 19 October 1910

and Pilot ) FIKI KKNTH YEAR. iJRYAN TEXAS WF.UNKSUAY EVKNIMG OCTOBER 1M91C NUMEER 272 ISEW -ARRIVALS Cranberries Dill Pickles v Keg Olives. New Mackerel Dried Fruits Potato Chips All ihe Fresh Fruits and Vegetable in Stason Howell & Newton Inc. PH0NE923 nJ ISO THE CITY COUNCIL. Tu city council met la the council chamber of the city hall Just night at 8 o'clock Mayor J. T. Maloney presid- ing. Tbe aldermen present were F. L. Henderson B. 11. Edge and II. A. Burgor. The report of the secretary and fiscal agu for August was checked and found o. k. The report of the sec- retary and ducal agent for September was referred to the finance committee. Alderman Burger moved that two mules be bought for the st?eet work and it was so ordered. Upon" the recommendation of the major the buying of a block of ground upon which to locate the city corral and stable s was referred to the street committee with power to act. The matter of fee for officers for arrests etc. was referred to the Mice comm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 19 October 1910

first mwm. OF BRYAN TEXAS f im FASHION THE OA kv v- V7 y ;m ' UMM ' fy '' -'1 '; i'l- a I 1 . We are now showing the new Styles in Ladies Coats just received jy yesterday's ex- press. Twenty-five new dis- tinct shades and styles : : : Its a Treat to Visit Our Ready-tO'Wear De- partment We Tailor Suits to Order Millinery Bepartinent New Beavers Felts Furs and Over 150 New Shapes I New Line of Coat Sweaters allT nSi mC ' - Get The HABIT EUGENE EDGE ' L OH THE CORNER We have iui I II I 1 The Goods Snjmt Bathj Eaulr 'and pilot. Published every day except Sunday.) gy JHE EAGL2 PRINTING CO. 1?- J. M. Carnes ..Editor M. E. Wallace Manager A. J. Buchanan.. Adv. and Circulation seterttd as Second-Clara Matter. April 28 1910 at the Poatofflce at Bryan Texaa uner the Act of March 3 18 9. Rate of Subscription. im niontb ' " 7 ire months "ne year 1)0 dvertliijS rat on am-lo-sii'in Subscribers will confer a favor op me management by lelejihonlna the ke promptly when carrier fail " SeUver the pape...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 19 October 1910

Watch this Space CHECK YOUR COLD just as quick us possible. One can never tell what a cold will develope into. Our K COLD CURE i a never failing antidote for colds. It makes no differ- ence whether tlie cold is in the incipient stage op well advanced. f JRICE 25 CENTS E. J. Jenkins RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. 8chtdul. ' No. 3 northbound.... 11:69 a.m. Ko. 5 northbound ....... ...1:02 a.m. .'. 9 northbound ...2:20 p.m. Vo. 2 southbound ...2:47 p.m. No. 6 southbound ..2:52 a.m. No. 10. southbound 3:45 p.m. LAG. N. Schedule. No. 14 northbound ......1:44 p.m. so. 15 southbound 4:30 p.m. X Ike Kelly of Tabor was here today. C. E. Lock was In from Zack today. J. K. Presnal was In from Tabor to- day. i. W. Skalns of Tabor was in town today. T. M. Turner of Tabor was In town today. J. S. Byars of Reliance was here today. C. H. Mathls was In from Reliance today. Mrs. E. C. Harder Is visiting In Narasota. A Ada nrirnn far oaIa r.r t rnHa I R Edmonds. 272 ' t0 Heftrn8 today after a visi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 19 October 1910

rzz: ) -( o o o . . i ' COMMERCIM CLUB NOTES .'a' 0 o To Introduce Our Famous VOTE FOR Blue Ribbon Brand of Coffee W have decided to give to the lucky 'customer a beauti- ful Hd-Paittd Co'te Set consisting of 15 pieces up n the following conditions: Each customer is entitled io ne yRuess at a certain number which draws the prize with every pound of coffee you buy."" ; Visit our store examtnetkesetand take a chaffe. a o o A resolution was passed by the city council yesterday ordering concrete crossings on Mosley and Dallas streets at the intersection of Main street also the .concrete gutters put in.' This is an improvement that has long been needed and the councllmen are to be commended for it. It Is expected that Mr. Fox will do the work at once. A long stride was made last even- ing and' today in securing the stretch of sidewalk to the nigh school and it 13 almost sure to be completed tomor- row morning. The school board will construct sidewalks around the school building. People o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 20 October 1910

b j&-i -dil - jgj&U li FIFTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS. THURSDAY EVENING OCTOBER 20 191': NUMBER 273 and Pilot NEW ARRIVALS r- ' Cranberries.'" Dill Pickles Keg Olives New Mackerel Dried Fruits Potato Chips All the Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season Howell & Newton Inc. .. " - PHONES S3 and ISO 6. S. 'assistant in entomology. Harper Dean of 6an Artonlo Express Accepts Appointment at A. & M. College. Virginiii from February 1907 to Feb- ruary 3 90S. He was agent and expert of the bureau of entomology of the United States department of agricul- ture from August 1908 until March 1910 at which time he came to Texas to become editor of the serai-weekly edition of the S?in Antonio Express. Loyal Citizen a Good Man an In- dulgent Husband and Father Entered Into Rest GEORGE SAMUEL PARKER. Born November 25 18C8. ' Died October 19 1910. At thirty-five minutes after nine liia friends had no bounds. There was no favor they could ask he would not grant. By day or night in the heat...

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