The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 284, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 26, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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TTIU HRYAN DATLY EAGLE
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26 19U.
TIC a-VS'tlD Farm anil runeh land for
tiWpiiizatlon purpose. No tract too
Uatcfo or too small. If you want to
mtXL your property at your own prlrn
Ml yoar own terms without payment
r cwmrr.lialon. write European Mu-
ted. CfcVmtutlon Co. Ltd. 633 Kresa
IK. Vlounton Texas for Hitting
Jm.'x and full Information
ting from other sections. If we will
only supply the markets we have In
our own cribs barns and kitchens
we shall go a long way toward reform
and other markets will develop If we
ore In earnest about wanting litem.
HOTEL BKYAIV ARRIVALS
FOIL WALK They arc linrgalns A
thurw number of secondhand bug-
tint a good shape. You can have
aw Tor very Utile money. E. F.
Pato ft Co.
POK SALIC My horse and biiRy
toorne alone $r0. James N.
TnoT.wia. I'hone 214.
Cheap pood oal stove.
Kwlt UK NT Our home place. Sec
Jim. Tom Grace. I'hone 1157.
LL J -
WHY THE SOUTH SHOULD
LEAD IN LIVESTOCK
J. L. Qulcksall Waco.
A. II. Stuelilt'. St. I.oirtn.
David F. Burks Houston.
W. Blenke Cincinnati O.
G. V. Onus Mlneolu.
William Ganzer Denton.
Walter T. Price Waco.
II. F. Borden Dallas.
J. L. Thurmond Plttsburs
S. M. Gibson Houston.
If. C. Hllf. St. Louis.
('. C. fates Marlln.
J. P. Kllwood Dallas.
If. .1. Morgan Temple.
G. A. Hlonil P.itiK ket.
Chntlcs V. Ilalch Toledo 0.
John Harlot) Oukwood.
.1. ('. .larrett Valley Mills.
A new domand Is now being made
rm Mm South. An Increasing popula-
thm. rapidly rising land values and
tadm-miiklng natural supply of animal
Taxi products have turned the eyes
' of 7 Nation toward the South as the
tmly possible source of a future and
od;A2l animal food supply.
"What are the special advantages
by the South which have
Kiron rise to the almost universal
. wjAmon that she can and niust furnlHl)
-Oh future meat supply for our In-
.creating millions? To appeal so
rttTTntfy to the Judgment of those who
ivw ylven Ihe subjeit careful con-
raili)n our facilities for livestock
pnaimliim must have a substantial
Tttxrs In fact.
Omservutlvely stati'd the peculiar
atdnintaKP possessed by the South
rrtyr'ti will enable her to meet the de-
xrauuls of the Nation for Increased
liwwlock products are about as fol-
low in tbn ardor of their Import-
t. The ability to grow two forage
cmpti year on thb same land.
. ... ij
3. irge an-ns in cnt-ii i
1 A long growing season leaving
nfc iwt not over four Instead of six
trmn& for winter reeding.
t. Th absence of any natural or
rtrmallr conditions not .easily over-
rtsne y mnh. which arc antaRonlstfc
t .the health growth and develop-
una i? high-grade livestock.
T The oppor'unlty for winter graz- i
iV. wrui'h If properly lined may ex-j
crm) the gr.-i'lng period to at least ten i
rr.tnjlhs tif the year.
True superior advant.KCS possessed
tr the Sooth for Hie economical pro- .
il-.n Tion of livesloik rest chiefly In (
-.stt "long growing' season and our
ATyy. nrvns of (liei) lauds. If lands;
1h-.it will produce oni ct-op of corn or ;
xts a year are worth from tW to
Kflft an iicre hat Is the real value!
-it vr Limit wlifcli will produce a!
.ttt vt ()! oats unit vetcli or crim- j
s n i Invr and Urn (l:e s ime s":isoi
at tYcp i f corn r soy l evins or cow-
grf. or le:(pel"a? i
Tt vaum evpendi ire of inonr- and
:;ui; will prodU"o en'e 'coil for livc-
wi ('".Hi"!- as pi''nr.iie or dry fnr-
li:n can l"' i-'own In any other
Ft-etui v' the I'lii'in. ;
The Smiih lai ks iiot'ilng in land. :
cTjuvt- or fin ililics fc'r the produe'lon !
of heap fei-d i. j
t-li-r only need is move trained live-1
r-Uiili Tnrmers. - I'mcressiv" Farmer. I
There Is hnrdly anything less In-
teresting to a girl than being kissed
by another girl.
Forbad) Germany. U said to have
the 'most profitable town forest
known; It yields an annuul-net gain
of $12.14 an acre.
The State School of Forestry at
Bottineau N. D. announces that it
will have one niliiiou tie a for dis-
tribution to the citizens of the Slate
Apple wood used utmost exclusive-
ly for saw handles also furnishes the
mnterlal for many go-called brier-
wood pipes and particularly for the
large wooden type used In printing
signs and pesters.
One of the most expensive woods
used regularly In an established In-
dustry In the I'nlted States Is box-
wood the favorite material ror wood
engraving. It has been quoted at 4
cents a cubic Inch and about t?M
by the thousand board feet
What Is supposed to be record
speed In getting men to a forest lire
Is reported from Oregon where on
one of the Nutlonal forests a ranger
went to town hired ton men and got
this force to 1 1to fire twelve miles
away within forty-eight minutes after
he was notified by telephone.
A QUIET MY
(By AsuoclaUd PrtM.)
Wllllumstowu Mass. Nov. 2C
President Wilson spent an old fash-
ioned New England Thanksgiving to-
day with his daughter. He attended
church In the forenoon took an auto-
mobile ride In the afternoon and din-
I ner at even In
ORGANIZE TO SUPPtY MARKETS.
Tir best plan of all. however Is for
farmers to organize marketing assn-
'v lit wins or use their local or county
MuVms lis ninikeling associations and j
tn groups rather than as Individ-1
vmU A large city merchant may not j
vT-mvrn himself about one fanner's j
canton "but if a group of farmers will ;
jn llielr product lie will listen to j
'Sri'iTi. 'Moreover fanners' clubs In '
-rtvrjr county should maintain an ex-;
.TOR bureau giving information as j
trie needs and wants of one an-
oJ'ier. Farmers too imfst remember
tlcii it is advertising that makes every
jlbcr business go and advertising
-will erw C'.e rirtncrs' business just
-.is well ns It will serve other busi-
t"Krms. Advertise In your local pa-
Titus .ind In farm papers.
jA neither fact which must be remetn-
mn! 'in this connectio:) however Is
Vinli ?ou vnnnot develop proper mar-
iirting latililies In a single season.
"We xmnt vxpect to raise food and
tfwdstuffs one year and develop mar-
5w"w Tor Ihem and then the next year
:m back to all cotton again. Proflt-
abl inarltets can be developed only
tr tnen who serve these markets
n-- active work and co-operation
however we tan gradually build up
VciyliiK markets for all foods and
; intOn while the Important fact for
I ry Tanner to consider Is that lie
. T.Y.M a market on bis own farm for all
VvYjo Bluff he has previously lieen get-
ET W IT 71) A
TO VOTE IN TRIP CONTEST
.Help some friend to win that delightful trip.
Don't wait until you arc asked to help get
votes every time you spend a dollar. You
will feel mighty happy when your friend asks
for your support if you can say "I thought of
you and have already saved some votes for
you." You get your money's worth at these
stores and the votes cost nothing. You can
make some friend happy at no expense. Your
dollars do double duty when spent where you
get votes. Save ballot's you might decide to
run yourself maybe your friends are saving
votes for you.
WHERE TO GET VOTES
The following merchants will issue votes
on all cash sales and upon prompt payment
of accounts unless otherwise stated. One
vote will be issued for each dollar received.
Preserve this list as the following are posi-
tively the only places where votes will be
given in the contest. While each merchant
w ill give you one vote on each dollar received
each reserves the right to make special offers
of extra votes from lime to time. Watch this
paper for announcements:
HRYAN STEAM LAUNDRY
Breads Cakes Pies Etc.
Candies Fountain Drinks Etc.
Cleaning Pressing Tailoring
THE AUTO CO.
Auto Supplies and Repairs
J. M. CALDWELL
Jewel rv Silverware Cut Glass Clocks
' ' Watches Etc.
Grain Hay Etc.
Drugs Druggist's Sundries Paints and Wall
Dry Goods Ladies' Ready-toAVear and
R. E. COLE
E. F. PARKS & CO.
THE BRYAN EAGLE
MYERS HARDWARE CO.
Hardware Stoves Etc.
WAR AND PLAY.
Prohibit Cunt Not Gamel
Cruel murderous war with Its slek-
cnlng waste In world-wide proportions
and in method most brutal nud bar-
barous fulling upon us with unbe-
lievable suddenness and now already
prolonged Into pitiful exhaustion and
the disappointments of hopes deferr-
ed still rages In Kurope with as little
promise of peace as when It began.
The In'ernatlonal honor of treaty
agreements Hung to the winds neu-
tral territory Invaded and outraged
and the regulations of war wickedly
violated cruel bombs hurled from'tlte
AT VI CI
(By Asuoelaltd TrM )
Vera Cru. Mexico Nov. 'X-
tan.a Is expected here today.
BE A GENTLEMAN.
lie a gentleman young man for U
will pay you a golden rate of Interest.
You will never get anywhere by re-
turning surly answers. You might be
surprised to know that If you should
meet the president of a railroad and
ask lilm a civil (piestlon tbut you
would get a most courteous r '
Walk Into the biggest com ern In any
city and ask for the manager. lie
wll meet you with a smll" and re'urn
the blandest ntthwer to your Ucry. It
Is the Ignorant cub In the county depot
or the window washer In n big coun-
try office who hands back discourteous
unswers that is why they always re
main cubs and window washers. The
fellows who reach the presidency of
railroads and inangement of large
concerns do so because they are gen
JIWILIN AND OPTIBIA
lum mn n
OR. ALGII IENIOW.
OVM FIRST NATIONAL iANK
Eves Scientifically Examined
J. W. PAYNE
air Into Innocent peaceful villages of
helpless women and children devas- j (n( ttlwuy r(1urll tl. ft r
fating stupendously mangling wick- py u (OHl(. mtllg )M a Rn..
edly. murdering devilishly des-roylng I n na .. ym w fll( . a
everywhere and everything sparing L Mu
not even the sacred cathredrals. con-1 up thr()()Kh (5r( T
mining the Irrecoverable artistic and! . . f Hrf.
....I n ..........
HirilMltil wnnrin ui a iiiiiiuii-u rmn
defaming and degrading the very
moral instincts of all participants and
' transforming civilized peoples Into a
barbarous horde. Julius Ceasar with-
out the Inheritance of Christian In-
' tluences. never lost more utterly Ills
sense of humanity or of ruillineii'ary
Yet out of It all shall come an ablil-
( Ing good. Each belligerent country
will acquire a splri. of national con-
sciousness hitherto unknown. In this
new and larger sense of national un-
Ity old domestic difficulties will be
j absorbed. Russian Jews w ill enjoy a
i real citizenship; England' Irish ities-
I tton will be forgotten; the French
"Clerical Peril" will be superceded by
1 a new religious awakening and most
far-reaching and consequential of all
' militarism shall he forever crushed.
The present war will not cease until
this last great blessing Is attained.
Above and beyond all racial prejudice
above the Ill-balanced minds and Ill-
chosen means of kaisers czars and
kings points the directing finger of
destiny. Temporary defeat shall not
daunt her. Inconclusive victory shull
not compromise her purpose. The
weariness of hopes deferred embit-
tered by semi-starvation shall not
blunt the edge of her resolve. j
Meantime our great American
statesman and president has most np-1
proprlately declared. "My Thought Is
of America." To t true and Ingenl-'
ous American nothhu Is useless noth-
ing In vain; he finds in every man a
teacher in every event an occasion
for self Improvement. What there-
fore shall America gain from this1
bcastlal European catastrophe?
First: The in ';t uti'lon of An.i ri a'-i
most sublime idea that tl.ir are noj
Germans or French or English here.:
That irespei live of Unease or bfrtlt :
or previous pncrtiincti'al or religious ;
allegiances every citi.eii of the I'lilted j
States is un Integral part of one great i
united nation and Is first last mid all
lite time a l.ijal American.
Second: America will gain that;
commercial spret.iary of the world j
which our legislative policies of the
past fifty years l.ave failed s-o utterly
to secure. Our foreign trade will be
doubled and new home Industries will
be stimulated. We shall have learned
through necessity to make many of
the commodities we now Import and
we will supply practiuilly the whole
western hemisphere with American
Third: It will be Impressed upon
us once for all that contrary to cer-
tain political demagogues peace can
never be preserved by preparation for
war; that militarism Is not protective
but provocative. Instead therefore
of the manufacture of the siege-guns
jfor the destruction of life we will
manufacture goods for the preserva-
tion and comfort of life. Instead of
Instruments of torture we will make
'instruments of pleasure. Instead of
! the accoutrements of war we will
I arm our citizens with the accoutre-
'ments of play. Instead of employing
I the Burplus energies of our yoth In
the non-productive activities of devas-
'latlon and ruin we will give them
those wholesome recreations which
(Increase their capacity for toil. In-
gtead of sending our young men away
to weary marches hunger and death
we will keep them at home contented
nnd peaceful. Instead of providing
our little boys with toy rifles knives
nnd Indian war dress with which to
develop the savage spirit of destruc-
tion nnd murder wo will give them
nilnature bowling alleys nnd turning
poles home billiard tables nnd Indoor
baseball with which to develop the
spirit ot domestic contentment nnd a
jliappy family consciousness. Instead
of prohibiting ganis'e wa will prohibit
dotn and breuthes the dunt of slavery
You choose the path the gentleman
of churl - Exchange.
DR. R. H. HARRISON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Special attention Given to Genlto
I'rlmil Diseases Files Flitulai and
Ulcer of Itoctum.
llead'iuarters at Reed t Stewart'i
Phone 196; Ret. Phona 13fl-3r
MISS MARY C. KNOWLES
DR. W. H LAWRENCE
Phonta Rsaidanea 558; Office Bfl.
The Almighty has so planned I; that
we cannot achieve real suce In life
without fellowship and brotherhood
without a wlllitu'iiesi to work wlti)
our fellows nnd trtut :hem and bear
with them ami help them Otherwise
we not only cunnot I'nd the happiness
and satisfaction that should ie outs
but as a people we cannot even I rot-
per greatly in matters of (.oil ir and
cents. And If triul j'.nd final) lal Iosh
should now iaue our farmers to de-
velop In fuller degree this spill- of
i omraileshlp and brotherhood then
the present light aft1i tion In cotton
prices muy be worth a thousand times
its cost. Progressive Farmer.
Floresvllle I'totialiij tbe I'e.nies'
pecan crop In years U being gathered
here this season. The n its are In
demand on account of their em client
flavor and-an1 being nt to all p irts
of the State ut a good pr.ifit to the
producers. I.ast week more th..n
un) pounds were ga'hered and sold.
BRYAN SHOE HOSPITAL
A. J. Wagner Proprietor.
I.'arlingen - Urowers in
s.iy that the straw l.i-rry
ilU fast atid pros pe. N a.
KHtherlng and marketing
Ins ions fruit this iconth.
yield Is fore as-el I y (!
t'.ls ! tion
; oi is r pi "
e '.rU'1 t.T
some of '!
A s;.-t -i d
fan:. its .n
Let us bake your
Fruit Cake Angel
Food htc for
the I lolidays
OW rapidly our ideas change. Take the
stoves for instance that I and every one
else used to think were such wonder-
"Why they are nothing compared to one
I saw the other day. TheV call it
"Talk about heat! I never saw anything to beat
"It had thin polished sides that smooth shiny kind
and how the heat came through it.
" They had it in a great big room must have been down to
freezing at least when they started the fire and in five mtnutes it
was fine to sit in.
" Burns wood you know. You can shut it up tight and keep
the fire all night with dry wood.
"And it stays tight too when you close it one of the Air.
Tight Stay-Tight kind made by the Cole Mfg. Co.
"The combustion la ao perfect that you only Itake out the ashea once In
ill weeks. .
"Greatest wood-stove so they aft aay and just what I am going to have tor
Jgff' V ; it rvittnt Mi man timvt a Rood Hint when he sill
tut. Lomiwana ui m . w j.w.
Colo'a" the Original Air-Tight
YWWFrMWV Heater !. .old only by ua 4t
Wm? PARKER-ASTIN HARDWARE CO.
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 284, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 26, 1914, newspaper, November 26, 1914; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth324907/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .