The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 247, Ed. 1 Monday, October 23, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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MONDAY. OCT. 23 1916.
THE HUYAX DAILY EAGLE
The best nS.
JY oyster is no better
than the cracker that V
goes with it Eat
for the full enjoyment of the oyster fla-
vor-eithrr in stews or on the half shell. l I
I I At yor groc.r'.. Alwayttnth 11
I NATIONAL BISCUIT 1
That good times are with us that
peace and prosperity rolgn Is further
established by the Tact that the larg-
est crowds In years from this section
and all other sections of the state are
attending the Dallas fair this year. 1
Travel over the Houston and Texas
Central road for the past two or three
days has been enormous. The trains
have been run with many extra
coaches and In many Instances have
been run In from two to three sections
to accommodate the crowds.
A train reached this city Saturday
with passengers hanging on the steps
and loaded about one hundred more
from Bryan. This congestion was re-
lieved at Hearno by 'another train go
ing out ahead of this one to care for
the buHlness up the rond and two ex
tra coaches being added to the one
passing here so that the patrons
could securo seats.
Reports are coming from those re
turning from the fair that such crowds
havo never been seen congregated be
fore In tho state of Texas'
CAPTAIN HARDY HERE.
Captain A. It. Dardy scheduled to
give an exhibition of expert rifle
shooting at Dellwood Park this after-
noon arrived last night and met a
number of the people of the city dur-
ing the day especially former trap
shooters the well known hunters and
all who are Interested In shooting.
Captain Hardy looks every Inch the
part of his profession and will make
good on all that has been claimed for
him. As tho Eagle goes to press his
exhibition Is being given at Dellwood
and a largo number went out to wit
"Why Is that pig always trying to
get Into my room?" Inquired the sum
mer boarder. f "Do you think he has
taken a fanry to me?"
"It's his room during the winter
whispered the hired man cautiously.
taulHVlllo Courier Journal.
Pat Newton)fvthl8 city has accept
ed a position with the Eagle Printing
Company as cashier and entered up
on his duties this morning. Pat Is
strictly a Aryan boy born and reared
here knows all the people an1 Is a
pleasant affable thoroughgoing
vnnnff hiialnnaa man All F!ap1a TA-
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trons who have business with his de-
partment may rest assured or receiv-
ing every posHlblo courteous and kind-
Those who are meeting the present situation in the condition
of the paper market for the first time will hear on all sides reasons
both pro and con and generous in number for the present advance
in prices. These however stripped of their figures and statistics
can be summed up in but one sentence:
The Doubly Increased Demand for Paper and the
Threefold Decrease in the Supply of Raw Materials.
you desire verification of this statement come with us on a
little purchasing expedition and learn personally what staggering
prices are being obtained for the prime requisites for printing.
Sulphite pulp for instance is to paper what struttural steel is
to a building. In its unbleached condition it could be bought a few
months ago for $1.90 per cwt. It now costs $40.
The bleached sulphite sold normally at $2.65 per cwt. now
Old rags old paper and old rope imported usually at the rate
of 90000 tons per year is now entirely cut off owing to stringent
Inks quite plentiful a few months ago at from 6c to $1.00 pet-
pound now cost in some instan ces as high as $S.OO per pound and
some are unobtainable at any price.
The war of course is the direct cause of this startling condi-
tion but yet we cannot marvel when we realize that most of the
sulphite pulp heretofore used in this country is made from Itus-
sian wood and for twelve months there has been no wood cut in
Russia and probably will not be for another twelve months more.
The price of every kind of labor has increased manifold as have the
prices of metals and machinery.
Furthermore despite the fact that heretofore this country has
not been noted for its paper exportation it is today exporting pw
per at the stupendous rate of S5000000 pounds per year.
YOU MUST NOW SEE THE INEVITABLE OUTCOME
When the big mills of the country even those stocked heavily
at the first intimation of rising pricesjiavc exhausted their pres
ent supply and cannot buy more at hardly any price then paper
prices arc going to soar higher and higher and this skyward trip is
both expected and is being prepared for within the next .six
Subscribe for the DAILY EAGLE for one year NOW' before
the subscription rates advanceThe date is November 1st 1916.
FRESH MILLING : TRY A SACK
Gretchen and Gold Band Flour
H. T. LAWLER MILLING
& TRADING CO. '
WILSON FUND IS CROWING.
Travis County Has Contributed a To-
ut of $2249.
Austin Texas Oct 23. H. A. Wroe
chairman of the Travis county Wilson
campaign fund has collected $1249
coming from 13 subscriptions. The
largest subscription to the fund was
$500. The contributions as a rule have
been made In sums of $i and less.
NOVEMBER 10 PRESS OAY
AT TEXAS COTTON PALACE
Texas Editors Select Date They
Will Visit His Exposition at
Waco Texas. By vote of the
editors of the newspapers of Texas
Friday November 10 has been select-
d as pre m day at the Cotton Palace.
I On that Hay the people of Waco and
the officers of the Cotton Palace will
extend a mo-t royal welcome to the
editorial fraternity of this State. They
will own tho exposition and the city
of Waco and can do whatever they
please with both of them.
There will be lots dor.g in the eat-
i ir(T line and it will he the desire of
those in charge of the press day fes-
tivitios to send the editors home con
' tented and happy. I
It is Iwlu'v.vi that many of the
editors will arrange to come the pre. j
vious day in order to witness the
Qmens. A ureal many have already
signified their intention to remain the
following day to see the football came i
between A. 4 M. College and Baylor
HOTEL BRYAN ARRIVALS.
William Stroud Italy.
C. E. Jones. Caldwell.
Jesse Jenkins Caldwell.
Mrs. E. Walker Calvert.
Mark Kleedchm New Orleans.
W. Cochran Laltue.
G. H. Marnella Houston.
William E. Aldrlck. Chicago.
J. M. Collins Temple.
A. C. Lambert Hearne.
L. E. Eskridge Venus.
R. J. Grlssom Santa Rita.
W. P. Sheppard and wife Houston.
Mr. anMrs. J. B. Mcintosh Cal-
vert Dan Hall Dallas.
Alvln Strange Navasota.
W. J. Glenn Houston.
C. E. Hopper Houston. : ' t
P. M. Cain Dallas.
Charles Hostetter Brenham.
Mrs. J. M. Johnson Glddlngs. i
Joe I'tay Dallas.
W. E. Flue. Jr Houston.
I - iiiuZaapM Mr "
PREMIUMS ARE UNUSUALLY HIGH
Waco Texas. Kxhibitort in various
parts of the country are puxxled to
know why the Cotton Talact ran pay
such unusually large premiums on all
classes of exhibits. Many of them de-
clare the premiums are much higher
than other expositions and fairs. The
answer is easy. The Cotton Palace
wants the best and is willing to pay
for it The Cotton Talace is also the
most unimie exposition in the South
and therefore attracts more attention.
Warn. Texas The University of
Trim. A. and M. mllese. and prsctl-
:ally every prominent educational In-
Itltutlnn In the state will have elabor-
ate exhibits at the Cotton Talare.
The educational feature of the expo-
sition ate ot exceptional value to the
young people of the state. More In-
formation ran be ascertained about
tta educational Institutions of Texas
la one visit to the Cotton Palace thai
la any other ay.
Children are well and happy
sir.ee you can quickly and
in your home il.y anj night with
Gusrame ed to remain -air-light
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Owing to its air-tight
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must pass through the
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is possible with imitation
stoves Since their leaky
side door and cast bottom
construction can only be
made temporarily tight
with stove putty which
soon dries and cracks ad-
mitting air through nu-
merous cracks thus mak-
ing regulation of the stove
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Fiuirtpt and courteous at-
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 247, Ed. 1 Monday, October 23, 1916, newspaper, October 23, 1916; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth325487/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .