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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 4 May 1911

STANDARD OIL AN- By Associated Frees. New York, April 29. The Standard Oil Company announced a reduction today of 13 cents per barrel in the price of refined petroleum in one hun dred Barrel quantities. TWO SHIPS FOUNDERED Off CftPE VILANO f By Ansociated Press. London, April 23. Lloyd's have a report that two steamships have been lost o(T Cape Vilano, the northwestern promontory in the Spanish peninsula. La Campa, one of the two vessels, was a European freight ship. There are no details. ' REBELLION RAGES II CANTON Viceroy Assassinated and Brigadier Killed Many Rebels Slaughtered but Fight Desperately. By Associated Press. Hong Kong, April 20. Li Toatai of Canton has been assassinated by the rebels, who again seem to be getting ' the upperhand in Canton. i Hundreds of rebels have been killed and wounded, while Brigadier General Chung of the army was mortally wounded and died yesterday. Two British torpedo boat destroy ers are en route to Canton. WHOLESALE LUMBER OFFICE. Messrs. A. ...

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. — 11 May 1911

The Bryan Eagle. Bryan, Brazos County, Texas, Thursday, May 11, 1911. NUMBER 13 VOLUME 31 f STILL The City National Bank Sixty Years the Standard PEACE IN II IE HOPE 0 mum Eton It makes home baking easy and gives nicer, better and cleaner food than the "ready made." There Is no baking powder or preparation like It or equal to It tor quickly and perlectly making the delicate hot biscuit, hot bread, muliln, cake and pastry. No Alum No Lime Phosphates "Alum In baking powder Is dan gerous and should be prohibited.? Prof. Schweitzer, State Univ., Mol Spontaneous Movement to Attack Juarez Ar rested by Madero. Diaz Will Resign When Peace is Made say that when the rebels from all parts of the republic gathered here they found It Impracticable to keep this agreement. Madero Has Agreed to Armistice. By Associated Press 1 El I'aso, Texas, May 8. General Ma dero acreeJ to a renewal of the armis tice this afternoon. Before this was done some bullets already had fallen on Anu-rican soil here. Off...

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. — 11 May 1911

.ITT (51je Irymt Eagle Kniere.il at th- I'oatofflce, Bryan, Tex as, ns nc mid-class mall. TUB EAGLE PRINTING COMPANY. THURSDAY, MAY 11. 1911. A GREAT HIGHWAY THROUGH BRAZOS COUNTY. On Wednesday of this week The Eagle reprinted from the Galveston News a Dallas social outlining a plan for building a macadam road from Red river to the gulf. Two routes were proposed, the most direct and the one preferred by the promoters passing through Bra.os county length wise from north to south. Yesterday several citizens of Itryan called on The Eagle to discuss the matter, which they justly consider one of great im portance, and In this opinion we heart ily concur. The News special stated that the promoters of the enterprise are seek county possess all to an extent suffi cient for installing and profitably op erating small plants that would nat urally, by the process of evolution, develop Into larger ones. The kinds of manufacturing estab lishments that would be most profit able are, of course, tho...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 11 May 1911

p WATT L STEWART DEAD feet Native Born Texan Residing In Brazos county Passed Away. r. Watt A. Stewart, or "Uncle t," as he was loving called by his of friends, has passed away and fils going one of the old landmarks Texas, and more especially of zo8 county, has been removed. le had been 111 but a short time, ng taken on Saturday night, and k rapidly, the end coming peace y at 10:30 Sunday night. It could In reality be called an Illness, but y a coming to the end of the way. e machinery of life was worn out. house in which bis immortal soul ided had tumbled down and it was Icessary for him to move out. "Uncle Watt" was a native Texan, rn In Harrlsburg, Harris county, Au est 22, 1831, making him lack only few months of being eighty years of e. He was reared In Washington unty and came to Brazos county to ake It his liermanent home in 1880, lough he had Biient much time here bile he resided in Washington coun r. He enjoyed the distinction of being le oldest native born Texan residing ...

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. — 11 May 1911

J' FIERCE BATTLE 'IT 1 RAG NG nn rnnsu M IUUMI 'some sort, gathered in the garhnge can or some other unhenlthful place. Why make such a fuss about washing the baby's hands and face, and allow the dirty uy to leave hi3 trail at will? Sn-nt th tlv. mid svnt him earlv. be- Inniicn it n nnta a ofavt tl1 W It I fonm- dace (aster than you can swat. Better :one swat in May than a hundred in June. Kansas City -Star. R evuse A CUSTOM d-Reversed If flfl! a 1 wave k'i tUt nicf'm n, f tUic rtniictt wit cacti nuggy sold. UNION HILL. Armistice Agreement Failed and General As sault was Made at Four O'Clock This Morning. Woman and Child Wounded in El Paso By Associated Press. El Paso, Texas, May !). A general attack on Juarez began about half past four o'clock this morning. The decision to attack the city was made after the envoys who went to General Navarro, commanding the federal garrison, after midnight, re turned saying he refused to surrender. For armistice proposals General Na- varro referred...

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. — 11 May 1911

nt lit' L is e y if ..If! - 3 stl 5ad Feeling . very often comes from good feeding. This is especially the case when the stomach is weak and the bowels not under control. E'S - Black Powder stops the pain resulting from dis orders of stomach and bowels, al lays ths inflammation and estab lishes a normal, healthful activity. It utterly destroys the bacteria that breed disease. It promptly over comes I ndigestion, Dyspe psia, Colic, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhea and other , disorders of bowels and stomach. "I havft used Ware's Black Powder and am entirely cured of stomach trouble. I could not eat or sleep before using it and now I can eat anything I want." W. H. WARD. Milford. Tea. WARE'S BABY POWDER jiT?.?" nfanta Buffering from stomach and bowel rouble. It is a milder form of Ware Black 'owder, tasteless and harmless. It gives new fe and new strength to weak Dabies. atoire'i Black Powder andWare'i Baby Powder kre sold in modest, plain appeanng packages sf moderate sue. In buying them ple...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 11 May 1911

V E AND REGULATIONS FOR THE CITY OF BRYAN, TEXAS. separately and Independently protect ed from syphonage and air pressure by special vent pipe, except when using half "S" traps by a circuit vent branch ing Into the vent pipe above the high est fixture or taken at least one foot above the roof. No waste from tne fixture shall be connected to the trap or any water closet. Vent piies from water closets snail be eonneetea ai Section 1. No person, firm or cor poration shall carry on or contract business of plumbing or house-draining or connecting house-drains to the sewer system of Bryan until he or they shall have obtained a license from the city clerk of Bryan, provided that no license shall be Issued unless such applicant shall have a regular established plumbing business, and shall have properly executed a bond in the sum of $1000.00, whteh bond shall be subject to the approval or tne city council, and conditioned for the faithful performance of all work in trusted to him according t...

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. — 11 May 1911

SMITH-MUTT DRUG COMPANY'S NEW STAND H. 4 T. C. E - U5535S5353535353 THURSDAY. , Dr. George F. Lee, of Wellborn, was la town today. Miss Emma Cloud, of Kurten, was in the city today. Capt. Tom Sutton, of Benehley, was in the city today. D. L. Foster was in the city today from Steep Hollow. Joe Lloyd, of Reliance, returned l;ist night from a visit to Waco. A. W. Cloud, of Reliance, was in the city today, X. L. Outlaw, of Reliance, was in the city today. John Sabo was here today from Har ris 3choolhotise. B. A. Huggln3 was in the city to day from Kurten. Victor Andrews was in the city to day from Harvey. Mrs. James Boxley and daughter, Miss Hallle, were In the city today fro mthe Brazos bottom. Mr.. Louis Whito received a tele gram this morning from Sabine, Texas, stating that his wife's mother, Mrs. M. E. Simmons, could not live. Mr. A. W. Buchanan, Mrs. Simmons' brother; Mrs. White, her daughter, and Mr. J. A. Simmons, her son, left this afternoon to be at her bedside. FRIDAY. J. R. ...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 11 May 1911

PEACE NEGOTIATIONS I Envoys of Diaz and Madero Discussing Terms In Roped Enclosure Near Juarez. By Assocluted Press. El IM30, Texas, May 4. In a two hundred foot roped ring the peace negotiations began today, Judge Cara bajal, Dr. Gomez, the elder Madero and Pino Suarez being the only per sons in the charmed ring. Resignation of Diaz Included In Demands. I By Associated Tress. El Paso, Texas, May 4. When the peace conference began this morning one of the itisurrectos in Madero's cam) said that, the resignation of President Diaz finally had been In cluded in the list of the revolutionists' demands. BRYAN PROSPEHITY SONG. Written for The Bryan Eagle. Come, all you Bryan boosters, Here's a song that we will sing A song of Old Prosperity That vill make the whole town ring, lie ! Waking up at last .Vhd we're feeling mighty proud. v'For the new sewer system Give three cheers, long and loud. The Interurban's here .lust hear the whistle blow Old liryan is a-coming, And her progress isn't sl...

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. — 18 May 1911

Bryan AGLE. VOLUME 31 Bryan. Brazos County, Texas, Thursday, May 18, 79. NUMBER 14 SLttjr Yoars tho Standard T EFFECTS OF f i The City National Bank -1 E I HE STANDARD OIL DECISION . I l I I f f 1 7i V f I nil II ffv V 1A1 A Croam of Tartar Powder f.lado from Grapos NO ALUM I I6IINST LJ33R LEADERS District of Columbia Supreme Court Begin Action on Its Own Motion. liy A.- u iati il Ii vss Washington, May ;. The supreme court of the District of Columbia of its own initiative this morning insti tuted contempt proceeding against Siiiiuol Gompers, John Mitchell and Frank Morrison, under yesterday's ruling of the United States supreme court. FAREWELL RECEPTION TO MPT. AND !iS. MOSES The faculty of A. A: M. college will tender a farewell reception to Capt. and Mrs. Andrew Moses on Thursday evening. May L'.'., from s:;;o to 11 o'clock at the Shirley club house on the campus. The ladies of the campus. Instructors and officers of the college and the commissioned officers of the regimental sta...

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. — 18 May 1911

IIP TO ALLEN ACADEMY 10 DEFEND HER CLAIMS Comparison of Record Give Marshall the Title, Acording to San Antonio Express. For some unaccountable reason. Al len Academy of Bryan Is claiming .academic track honors In Texas. Oa just what grounds they base their claim, say most Texas experts, it Is rather difficult to imagine. Allen can not base it on the mere winning of the recent academic meet at College Sta tion. In which only three other weak academic teams were entered and in which the records were exceedingly poor. A comparison of the team record of this school with that of Marshall Training School shows most conclu sively that the title rightfully belongs to the local lads and not to the self styled "champions" from the Brazos valley. In the first place. Marshall has en tered and won by overwhelming scon s three state meets, the San Antonio fair meet, the Fort Worth meet and the 6tate interscholastic at Austin. In every instance the local lads more than doubled the score of their ...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 18 May 1911

-n lima 90 per cent of the Horses in Brazos County are too small for Farm or Harness Purposes r It? TO 1 : vV -:H SPION THE German Coach Stallion AT Tucker's Livery Stable Will overcome this difficulty. For Style, Size and Mar ket Toppers they can't be beat. PAVING MATERIAL Street Commissioner Gorman, of Waco, recently visited Marlin, by invi tation of the street paving committee, who desired his advice. As conditions in Marlin are similar to those in j Bryan, his opinions are worth reprint ing from the Marlin Democrat: "He gave an interesting recital of his experience and observation with the different paving materials vltri- i fled brick, bitullthir, asphalt and pine blocks. While he did cot positively say so, yet it vais clear that he re gards, all things considered, vitrified brick as the most practicable material to be used in this climate, with the bitulithic a close second. He ex plained the metohds adopted In Waco and related some comparative experi ences that that city had ...

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. — 18 May 1911

Entered at the Postofflce, Bryan, Tex as, as second-class mail. should enlist. In Detroit every mer chant places In every package of goods lie sells , a leaflet giving Information about the nature and habits of flies. Why don't the Bryan merchants do something of the sort? Simply be cause they don't believe, as the Detroit merchants do, that flies are a menace to health. Some of them are laughing while they read this. Well, let them laugh. We have the consolation of CONVICTION MUST PRECEDE CON-1 knowlng that the Di00(j 0f the fly vie VERSION. Itlms Is not on our hand3. THE EAGLE PRINTING COMPANY, BRYAN, TEXAS, MAY 18, 1911 Theologians tell us that there can be no repentance that is not preceded by a consciousness of sin. To borrow the NORTH MAIN STREET.. The condition of some of the prop- uraseology of the late Sam Jones, be- !erty on North Main jstreet is not cred . . - i,l,,,,twl in. nnlt fore people can uj their meanness and lead better lives they must be made to realize that the...

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. — 18 May 1911

J LOCALS S&3&S&'3&S&3&& 5S3S383S5S3S3S3S58 FRIDAY. W. D. Yardley was Id today from Harvey. J, W. Cloud,' of Kurten, was in the city today. S. D. Jones, of Harvey, was In the city today. Estus Gandy was here today from Rock Prairie. v J. T. Fuller was in the city today from Harvey. J. Sid Smith, of Steep Hollow, was In town today. John Kosurek, of Smetana, was in the city today. J. W. Franklin, of Kurten, was in the city today. Jame3 Cooper, of Rock Prairie, was in the city today. C. H. B. Graham, of Harvey, was in the city today. Miss Gussie McGolke, of Kurten, left today to visit in St. Louis. w. j. juurt ana j. o. w. Allen, or Steep Hollow, were in town today. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson and children, of Edge, were visitors to the city today. Miss Ray Montgomery went to San Marcos today to attend the home coming of former students of the San Marcos normal. Miss May Stevener, of Kurten, re; turned this afternoon from Dime Box, Lee county, where she has be...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 18 May 1911

OFF GAPE CHARLES The Merida Rammed by the Farragut Goes Down All. Passengers Are Saved. By Associated Press. New York, May 12. The steamer Merida of the Ward line, with 207 passeugers, from Havana to New York, was rammed by the steamer Ad miral Farragut off Cape Charles short ly after midnight and sank in five hours. The passengers wore all safely transferred to the Admiral Farragut. Wireless is flashing but mease r de tails of the disaster so far. That the Admiral Farragut floated thanks are due to her forward collision bulk heads, but she is in bad shape. An Old Dominion line steamship is reported to have come alongside the Farragut and taken off the passengers and will land them at Norfolk late today. Meanwhile, the Farragut Is re turning slowly toward Philadelphia. The Farragut had but one passen ger when the collision occurred The United States battleship Iowa is rushing at full speed toward the:,n mnnrtant feature of the scene of the disaster. SUCCESSFUL OPERATION FOR APPENDIC...

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. — 18 May 1911

ad Feeling very often comes from good feeding. This is especially the case when the stomach is weak and the bowels 3 not under control. sVARE'S lack Powder stops the pain resulting from dis orders of stomach and bowels, al lays the inflammation and estab lishes a normal, healthful activity. It utterly destroys the bacteria that breed disease. It promptly over comes Indieestion, Dyspepsia, Colic, k Cholera Morbus, Diarrhea and other disorders of bowels and stomach. "I have used Ware's Black Powder and am entirely cured of stomach trouble. I could not eat or sleep before using it and now I can eat anything I want." W.H. WARD. Milford. Tex. WARE'S BABY POWDER -jr.?" infanta suffering from atomach and bowel rouble. It is a milder form of Wire's Black rwder, tasteless and harmleai. It gives new 1 and new strength to weak babies. Iire's Black Powder and Ware'i Biby Powder kra sold in modest, plain appearing packages M moderate sue. In buying them please re tormber that all of the expense ...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 18 May 1911

I ft COLLEGE IN TRACK MEET Contest Was Close and University of Texas Was Second with Only Five Points Below the Winner. The A. & M. Collie of Texas yes ierd;iy won the chuuiplouslilp of the state in tr.uk ami tield events by wiii nins .the annual Intercollegiate meet by live io:uis from the University of Texas. It was a liar J fought battle fim start to finish, and at one time when the Uo big state schools were neck and neck on tie points, there was a i.i riml cf heart di-eas? among tlie student body until -the vautage was j again gained. This gives A. & m. the championship f r the second time, and fjr two years championship in football makes the enthusiasm here stroiiR. The meet was not wThou: its spec tacular features. Records were made and -tate records were tied. In the discus hurl Lambert of A. & M. made IDS feet 2 1-2 inches. The published record is 107 feet i Inches. In the pole vault I.awthcr o:' the university made it at 11 feet, the stats Intercollegiate record...

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. — 25 May 1911

' The Bryan E AGLE. OLUME 31 Bryan, Brazos County, Texas, Thursday, May 25, 1911. NUMBER IS In buylno baking powder examine the label and take only a brand shown to be made with Cream ol Tartar CREAM icons mm A pure, wholesome, reliable Grape Cream oi Tartar Baking Powder. Improves the flavor and adds to the healthfulness ol the food. No Alum No Lime Phosphate Both Reduce the Hcalllilulness oi the Food. "I am quite positive that the use ol alum baklno powder should be condemned." Prof. Vaaghan, University of Michigan. Read the Label and remember that "Alnm, sodium alum, basic aluminum sulphate, sulphate ol aluminum, all mean the same thing namely, BURNT ALUM." Kama State Board efHtalth, L OF T Third Quadrennial Conference Opened Under Chairmanship of Prime Minister Asquith. By Associated TroBS. x London, May 23. The Imperial con ference, which has now practically as sumed the functions of a grand coun cil of the British empire,' oicned the third series of Its quadrennial delib erati...

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. — 25 May 1911

OEUIPI ill LI5T Land and Town Lots Delinquent for 1910 Only. RESIDENTS. Bell W. K. Mllllcan. lot 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, block 51. Total tax and penalty, $4.59. Bell Tom Bryan, lots 6. 7, i 8, b!ock 209. Total tax and jienalty, $2.00. Brown Clarence Bryan, lots 5, 'i 4, block 223. Total tax aud penalty, $1.00. Cobb Mandy Bryan, lot ."0x113, 4 Bs. Total tax and penalty, $1.33. Connigane Jane Bryan, lot 10, block 210. Total tax and penalty, $1.00. Dennis Eugene Miss Abst. 12, J. Cur tis, Jr., acres 171. Total tax aud penalty, $17.10. Ellis Ceo. Jr. Abst. 30, M. Lawrence, acre3 100. Total tax and penalty, $7 VJ Evans Frank Bryan. 30100 A, 0 Bs. To:al tax and penalty, $0.07. Foster I). I.. Abst. 53, T. M. fcplar.e acres $;1.16. Ford M. ;. Total tax an! penalty W. Abst. 09, J. M. Barren, acres 1240; Bryan, Vi 29 and 3U, block 8. Halls: Bryan, block 190. Total f i.; i:-r1 iKnaltV. $19.41. Frank '.: .1 .u Abst. 42, K. Mllllcan, acres 03. Total tax and penalty, $3.33. Gandy J A. Ab.it. Thos. Car...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 25 May 1911

FORMAL PRESENTATION IDE Mr. Dickinson's Letter to President Milner In Addition to Gift of 8ta ? ' tion Mr. Dickinson Endows Chair In Telegraphy. The work of construction Incident to the Installation of the wireless tele , graph station at A. & M. college Is complete, and' the Instruments are now ready for communication with the outside world. With the completion of this instal lation, and the deed of gift which ac companies it, A. & M. college comes In possession of the most complete wireless station owned by any college cr university In the country. It was presented by J. B. Dickinson, presi dent and manager of the Texas Fiscal Agency of San Antonio, who Is pro moting the Texas Wireless Telegraph & Telephone Company. Not only does he give the equipment complete, but ho tenders tho board of directors of the college a suitable endowment so as to establish a class In the study of wireless. Mr. Dickinson's letter to Col. R. T. Milner, president of the col lege, conveying th...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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