The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 160, Ed. 1 Monday, June 10, 1912 Page: 4 of 4
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MONDAY JUNE 10 1912.
"Get i tfie Push." We have Our Third Shipment of
This is the best Mower made. The reel has five blades oil tempered to' a cold chisel hardness. Not affected by bits of
wire nails or stone. The cutting bar has a raised- edge and is screw adjustment. If kept in .adjustment is
guaranteed for ordinary family use for ten years. Let us show you the superior points of this Mower
and give yqu a list "of SATISFIED Curtomers.
qs The Truth "Our Very Best" is the Very Best
"Teas" a Feature Princess Will Pro-
duce This' Drjtaa in Three Reels.
'I ' .. PART r. " 'v.-;
; 'Silas Croft'was a kindly old English-
man Who 'had a. farm In South Africa.
With him resided hid two nieces
whom he had taken from their drunk-
en worthless father when they Were
of a tender1 age. Jess the elder was
brilliant and educated; Bess the
younger was feautiful but frankly ad-
mitted that She did not possess the
mental attainments of. Jess.
Croft finding old age stealing upon
hiin advertised for a partner stipulat-
ing that he must be a gentleman.
Captain John Neil an English army
officer' who had found his Income1 In-
sufficient to support him in his profes
sinn heard of the business opportun
) My and ' accepted 'it. Jess the unim-
pressionablespeedily fell in love with
him and her womanly intuition told
her that she could win him for he
was fascinated by her. The girl was
happy for awhile but suddenly learned
that her little sister was also in love
with the handsome Englishman.
" PART II. '
The expected happened. Jess de-
narted. Neil liked both girls but pre-
ferred Jess. Thrown lntd dally com-
panionship with Bess he soon grew
to love her.
The two nieces of Silas Croft an
Englishman who has an estate In
South Africa are in love with their
uncle's partner Captf John Neil a re-
tired army officer.
Jess Wanders away Into the desert
and dies. Neil searching finds the
body. The troubles of the others are
finally swept away and Neil and Bess
live hanni y many years In their Eng
lish home never realizing that they
owe everything to the self-sacrificing
Jess although they sincere! mourn
and miss her. ; " ' "
Returned from Normangee.
Secretary Hewit and his company
returned from Normangee Saturday
evening. They report a pleasant and
profitable trip. The drive over was
made in less than four hours and
returning in a trifle over three hours.
The - register . going by Tabor and
Drummond Tap road was 36 miles to
Normangee and returning by the Kur-
ten road was 40.1 miles. .Mr. Hewit
says that with a very little work the
roads could be put in good condition
for handling the crop Into Bryan from
that territory. As it Is now quite an
amount of the crop from - Edge and
beyond goes to ' Normangee. ' Crops
look better than at this time last year
and Indicate a bumper from all the up
land territory. There is about one-
third more under cultivation this year
than a year ago. Most of the increases
crop is corn.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
Adopted by Bryan Lodge No. 99 Sons
of Herman Sunday June 9 1912. .
Whereas It has pleased God in His
Infinite wisdom to take from our midst
our sister Mrs. annie Kaczer me
beloved wife of Brother B. Kaczer;
Whereas in her death our lodge has
lost a true and devoted friend and
our city and ' community one of Its
purest and best women; therefore be It
Resolved' That Bryan Lodge No. 99
Sons of Herman give expreBlBori1 to
and adopt the following: Sister Kac-
zer was born in AustTia. 'in 1860 and
was therefore 52 years of age at the
time of her death which occurred on
Thursday May 30 1912. In life she
was a woman of the highest type of
virtue a true and loyal friend and
neighbor and a devoted wife and
Resolved That this lodge extend to
Brother Kaczer and his daughter Miss
Mary Kaczer and other relatives its
profound Sympathy In this their dark
hn rf hfrHrtlnn.
Be it resolved. That a pagft in our
minutes be set apart upon whicn tnese
resolutions shall be Inscribed a copy
furnished the family' and another copy
to The Bryan Eagle and Pilot for pub-
Adopted In open meeting Sunday.
June 9 1912. " " "
Correct Clothes For Gentlemen
i Are Here for Your Inspection.
Distinctive Styles and. Smart Designs Predominate Tailored
with a permanent and discriminating character.' Nothing:
skimped nothing cheapened nothing inferior they are the
best clothes this store knows how to buy and sell ta you.
$15.00 to $30.00 And hehiiember Every Detail Guaranteed
Fine Straws and Panamas
F.very Coaceiveable hape and style
Rough Straws Smooth Straws Fancy
LWaids Sennets Pineapple Cross
Weave etc. '
$1 $2 $3 $4 to S7.50
J. & M. Slater & Morrill and How-
ard & Foster Shoes do away with
Ali Leathers S3.50 to SB.00
Hot Weather Shirts
Beautiful selections in Pleats and Neg-
ligee. Detachable Soft Collars with
French Cuffs. Manhattans and Em-
ery's make choosing easy.
$1.00 to $3.00
New and Pleasing Furnishings
in Summery Shades Under-
' ; '
We offer special purchases of wash clothing in Silks Pongee:
Spanish Linen and Mercerized materials; at absurdly low
prices. A glance through our line will convince you. . (
OUTFITTERS FOR YOUNG MEN AND MEN WHO STAY YOUNG
Throw Away Your Old Germ-Soaked
. Wooden Washing Machine. i
Same as you have your old wooden
tubs: they are full of germs and not
fit to use. Buy one of our latest' all-
metal sanitary 'steam washers and be
sanitary with your washing and save
health and clothes. ' These ' machines
can be secured from T. A. Tobias"
Bryan R. F. D. No. 6. Agents wanted
See D. F. Grissett.i general manager.
Venus Farmers from the country
adjacent to this city have returned
from an Inspection of the good roads
in Ellis and Dallas counties.
San Antonio Work on the big dam
across the Colorado river at Austin
has begun and it is announced that the
structure will be completed by Jan-
Corpus Christl A proposition has
has been presented to this city to erect
a modern gas plant here to cost $100
Puts the Stomach in Splendid Shape
and Supplies Vim Vigor 1 and
Vitality to the Whole Body.
If you feel all rundown out of sorts
nervous and depressed go and get a
50c box of MI-O-NA stomach tablets
Take every one of them according to
directions and when they are gone you
will feel like a different person.
MI-O-NA stomach tablets will ren-
ovate your disordered stomach and
bowels; . they will put life into your
They will banish nervousness brain
fag dizziness headaches nightsweats
MI-O-NA will stop sour risings gas
and heartburn in five minutes. Large
box 50c at E. J. Jenkins' drug store
and Vlruggists everywhere.
J i " ''it
DR. A. B CARTER : OR. 0. B. LOVE
Commerce Building '
Contractor and Builder
It will be to your interest to show
me your plans and consult witp me.
WHY IT SUCCEEDS.
Because It's for One Thing Only and
Bryan People Appreciate This.
Nothing can be good for everything.
Doing one thing well brings success.
Doan's Kidney Pills do one thing
They help sick kidneys.
They relieve backache kidney and
Here is reliable evidence to prove It.
Mrs. A. Lang southside Navasota
Texas says: "In return for the relief
I obtained from Doan's Kidney Pills I
gladly recommend them. I believe that
any person of advanced years can well
expect disorders of the kidneys and
the prompt way in which Doan's Kid-
ney Pills strengthened my back was
very surprising. I could not rest well;
my head ached and my health became
so run dpwn that I knew I would have
to seek assistance. I finally used
Doan's Kidney Pills and could not
have wished for a better kidney rem
edy: In fact. I do not believe there is
one on the market."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foater-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N.Y. sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan s and
take no other.
Oil Burning Route
$2.50 Round Trip Houston and
Galveston. .On sale for -trains pass-
ing Bryan 2:43 p. m. Saturday
June 8 and 2:50 a. m. Sunday June
9. Limit Monday June 10. (Xol;
good on Hustlers. No baggage al-
lowed. No reduction for children.)"
Summer Tourist Fares on sale
daily to all the principal resorts
and cities of North Northeast East
and Pacific Coast. Final limit Oc-
tober 31. Stopovers allowed.
S. H. HARRIS
We Have Just Received a Sew Shipment of
Some Smart and Nifty
HighTpe .Models that ap-
peal particularly to Young
Men; ). cjassy lasts -with
toes that are low and re-
ceding and heels flat and
broad. f.They are as neat
and trim as can be made
and tbey make a strong
bid with the .men of dis
H. M. Bnllock F-D- C"tU
Bullock & Curtis Electric Co.
Instalation of anything electrical. Ne- job too big; no job too
small. Estimates cheerfully given. Let uj figure your work.
Under Telephone Office
Telephone No. 575
u u u u'i.i'u'u'i nn.r ririj.'ii'inrrvfv.' -
Did Your Coffee Taste Just Right this Morning? I
If it didn't that just simply shows you haven't yet found
the Coffee that just suits you. No other Coffee has had
as much good said of it as our ''BLUE RIBBON"
brand. Won't you try a pound of it 1 pound makes 40
to 50 cups and every drop is a drop of comfort.
Phone Vs For The Best Goods at -The Lowest Prices
WALTER J. HIGGS 5BSS-
T 1 T
s n m s .
" Sewing Machine Office Phone 340. 1
MACHINES SOLD RENTED AND REPAIRED
Needles. Oil Belts attachments and repair work for all makes of
Machines and prompt attention given to repair work. When think-
ing of buyinj a Sewsng Machine see.
THE SIN GER
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 160, Ed. 1 Monday, June 10, 1912, newspaper, June 10, 1912; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth324151/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .