The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 202, Ed. 1 Friday, August 20, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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rRIDAT. AUGUST M. 115.
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FOR 8 ALE Good plana cheap. Miss
Geratdlne Kelly. R. F. D. No. 1.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
ROOM AND BOARD la private fami-
ly suitable for gentlemen or couple.
KOTEL BRYAN ARRIVALS
Jerome Stone. Fort Worth.
II. D. Watteraou. Houston.
Paul LoGros Houiton.
E. J. lleuston. Ban Antonio.
E. D. Wilson. Houston.
T. N. Itayden. Dallat.
Ira T. Smith. Houtn.
H. Brltton New York.
B. E. Tarten. Celeste.
J. W. Sander. Hearne.
R. H. Grant. Myer.
J. E. McClung Coralcana.
It. O. Blondlng. Coralcana.
Mrs. M A. Windrow. WacA
R. J. Windrow. Waco. i
Mrs. Ceorge Houghton Temple.
Mr. A. G. McGalin. Dallas.
Mis Myrtle Wall. Brady.'
Mr. and Mr. Fred M. AllUon. Cor-
alcana. Mr. P. C. Pfelffer. Port Arthur.
Mr. and Mr. R. B. McEden. Port
W. E. Johnson. Dallas.
Beth Mooring Steele Store.
F. F. Tobias. Chicago.
L. E. Wattera. Will Point
J. B. Green Dallas.
Sheriff J. J. Perry of Hempstead
was In Bryan today on official busi-
No need of bavins; a new roof or
new valley put on when Armorcot Is
guaranteed to stop the leak. Myer
I am now prepared to do your wood
awing at a reasonable price. Phone
610. W. 3. WYATT.
AXE YC'J IXSTTCSENTAL IN UlLtlXJ UP
j::a tks ci-iaL cm ua ci yiux mtt
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FORT 51 151
Congressman Blaydsn Mad Sugges-
tion Due to Present Condition
at Texa City.
By Associated Press 1
San Antonio Tex Aug. 20. Con-
gressman Jame L Slayden ha wired
Secretary of War Garrison to order
the econd division of the I'nlted
State army stationed at Texa City
and made homeless by the flood to
Fort Sam Houston. Because the post
here I less than 50 rr cent fllled.
there la plenty of room to accommo-
date the second division. Mr. Slay-
den' message folio:
' Having heard that at least the
temporary abandonment of Texas
City I made necessary by the storm
(peaking for the rltUen of San An-
tonio. I express the hope that there
Is no military reason why the Texa
City division may not be stationed at
Fort Sam Houston."
In army circles It I ald the pro-
posed transfer would appeal to the
officer and men. a much dissatis
faction wa expressed because of
Texa City condition before the
Congressman SUyden has received
no answer from the War Department.
MRS. WALKER "HEARD FROM.
The many friend of Mr. W. J.
Walker who wa In Galveston during
the storm will be glad to learn that
he I safe this Information coming
by post card from her daughter Mr.
Clark Wlnslow. The Wlnslow family
and Mra. Walker took refuge In ths(
Elk' hall durln? the storra and re
mained there until all danger wa
Pst The excitement rendered Mr.
Walker quite 111 for several hour.
necessitating the service of a phy.j
Iclon. She la now fully restored.
however and will come home a soon 1
a convenient transportation can be
Reports each afternoon the important events
at our office or phone us and become one.
GOV. FEHGUSOn !0
Went Early to the Coast and Will
Co-operat With Mayor
Governor Ferguson will ro-opernte
with Mayor Campbell of Houston and
Mayor Fisher of Galveston In taking
care of such visitors who msy need
assistance a a result of having been
In either city during Monday' storm.
The Governor pent Thursday In
Houston and conferred with Mayr
Campbell and found that aid from the
State waa not needed In handling the
situation here. He received similar
Information from Mayor Fisher of
Galveston. He returned to Austin
Before leaving the Governor said
he had satisfied himself that he could
from there render such assistance as
might be necessary and that the peo-
ple of Galveston and Houston were
able to take rare of the situation. He
wilt receive report from atl points
In the coast country and render State
aid when necessary.
Assistant Adjutant General McAl-
mont and Assistant State Health Of-
ficer Llnthlcum went to Galveston un-
der orders of the Governor and wilt
report to him from there.
State Health Officer Collin wa In
Houston Thursday and returned to
Austin with Governor VYrguon last
night He said that It wa Importaut
from a health standpoint that the
numerous carcasses of animal
drowned during the storm be burned.
He ha advised the health authorities
of the counties that were visited by
the storm to this effect and tendered
them the assistance of his department
In destroying such carcasses. Hous-
Mr. G. B. Abercrombie and daugh-
ter Mr. Bessie Irvln returned today
from a visit to Galveston. They re-
port they were In a downtown hotel
In Galveston during the storm of Mon-
day and Tuesday. Two fires broke
out near where they were staving and
they feared It would reach their ho-
tel every minute. They say they did
not suffer from lack of food or water
during the torm but their experi-
ence waa nerve-racking and such a
never to be wished tor again. They
came from Galveston to Houston on
the steamer Galvet and from Houston
to Bryan by train.
IS NOW BEING FOUGHT
ID LOWES OF
Dallas Mayer Promptly Rtsponded to
th Appeal Sent Out by Gal-
I Br Associated Press.)
Dallas Tex Aug. 20. Ten thou-
sand loaves of bread were shipped
from Dallas Thursday afternoon to
Houston where It will be forwarded
as quickly a possible to Galveston.
Mayor Undsley ordered the bread on
request of Mayor Fisher of Galveston
to the mayors of the larger cltlea of
Texaa that they buy bread for which
the city of Galveston would reimburse
Oil STATE FARMS
Clemen Stat Farm and That at
Harlem Suffer Los of
' Cotton Crop.
The Clemen 8tate farm on the
lower Braioa suffered considerably
during lout Monday's storm. A large
proportion of fs) corn and cotton
crops practically was destroyed.
At the Harlem State farm 75 per
cent of the cotton and corn waa ruin
ed by the heavy rain that fell Tues-
day morning. Ten Inches of water
fell there. The cane crop was not
seriously damaged. Houston Post.
BRYAN COTTON EXCHANGE.
Open. Close. Close.
August 9.00 9.07
October 9.27 9.33 9.40
December 9.57 9.62 9.70
January 9.69 9.73 9.S2
March 9.91 9.97 10.01
May 10.14 10.20
August 8.73 S.79 8.88
October 9.0 9.12 9.21
December 9.30 9.38 9.48
January 9.44 952 9.61
March 9.67 9.76 9.82
May 9.89 9.98
Bryan spots 84c per pound for receipt.
of the day. If you are
Delivered to any part
TEXAS LEAGUE STANDING.
San Antonio 9. Fort Worth t.
Fort Worth 8 8an Antonio 8.
Fort Worth 5. San Antonio 0.
Where They Play Today.
Houston at San Antonio.
Fort Worth at Waco.
Dallas at Shreveport
Pld. Won. Lost. Pet
Waco 129 T? 51 .605
San Antonio ... 135 70 65 .519
Dalla 129 67 65 .519
Galveston 130 6? (3 .515
Fort Worth .... 133 68 6T .496
Houston 130 63 67 .485
Beaumont 130 S? 73 .433
Shreveport . ... 128 51 74 .422
lc:se AK3 stcim eu:le::i
CUT FLOWERS. PLANTS
Btautiful Tuberoses $1.00 psr
dozen 91.50 for z dozen.
Oil Surnlng Routs
$52.50 SAN $5250
FRANCISC AND RETURN
Three months limit: stop
overs allowed both way. Go
ens way return another route.
Free Bids trip Loo Anglss to San
Diego. See both exposition.
Make your reservation early.
Hound trip ttcketa to sum
mer tourist destination In tho
United States and Canada 00
aals dally Jun 1st. good to re
turn np to Oct Slit Liberal
S. II. HARRIS.
Bryan Texas Aug. 16.
not a subscriber call
of the city at 40 cents
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