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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 11 March 1910

t i 1 I V A STANDARD EMERSON Typewriter FOR ONLY S50 OO The time is passed when you have to pay $100.00 for a Ty writer If you are interested anJ need one come in and let me tell you about the Kmerson. I E.J.JENKINS RAILROAD TIME CARD. M. 4 T. C. No. 3 Northbound . No. C Northbound . No. 9 Northbound . Schedule. 1:38 p. m. 1:0? a. m. 3:40 p. m. No. 2 South bound 3:03 p. m. No. f Kuutbbouod 2 52 a. m. No. 10 Southbound 6:00 p. m. I. A a N. Schedule. No. II Northbound 1:41 p. m. S'o. Ii Southbound :0 P- m. LOCALS. W. Dyer U In the city. vs. imm was in today from S. WlUon la visiting In W. Manning I visiting In y wat to Houston this tji of Tabor wu in the Oxford and Pumps. fjS. 80 JXoday. i n ii rVANTKI 8 good large tutting 'j.Vm I'bone 227. 83 The best and bow to get It Trade at WEDFl BROS. 80 We eell garden aeed In bulk. 5c up. Cavltf Drur Store. 86 T. M. Ewlng waa n today from bli borne In the bottom. J. V. Rosprlm waa In today from bin .bom in the bottom. M. 8. Broach wa down today...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 11 March 1910

HIS TAPESTRIES. SQUARING THE CIRCLE. " An AncUnt Problem That Hat Turned i Many Braina Ditiy. Tbe oldvst of problem 1 tbut Of squaring tu circle 1. v. of telling the precise length of the nUle cf a square wUMt area will iiul tha area of a given circle. The Brut attempt we know of was untie 500 year U-fore the exodus of the Jews. Since at least 1300 11. C. Chinese brain lime turned UlMy over It. The oldest mathematical book Id the world-written about 20 II. C. by Abmen scribe to an Egyptlau king aud now resting In the British mu- seum pretends to solve It but It doesn't Our old frleud Euclid pru- dently avoid the subject. Books b:ive lx-en wrltu-n to prove that It In Impossible other to prove the lmKHlblllty of proving lu Im- possibility other agalu to prove the Impossibility of proving Ha possibility. One srli-utisl. a professor of Zurich adopted . sutue fifty years ago a rather original Diet bod of tackllug the prob- lem lie divided the floor of a great toft Into thousands of atual...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 12 March 1910

IB and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. ilRYAN TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 12. 1910. NUMBER 82 s Any New Novelty Can be found here. n We mention only a few ll:ir Kets IS id 25c Braidjins 15 25 and 50c New Vegetable Display Case We have just installed a Vegetable Dis- play Case which enables us to carry all fresh vegetables on ice keeping them at fresh and tender as they come from the gareen. This case protects vegetables from dust and unquestionably is the most approved way of handling them. We are sure the trade will appreciate our effort to give thetn the very freshest cleanest vegetables possible. Corns bf and Look it the Cisi wf07j Howell & Bewicn Inc. PHONES 83 AND 160 Fresh vegetables received by every night's eipress Hair Turbans 35 and 50c ELEVEN CHILDREN ARE BITTEN BY II PUPPY Wholesale Havoc Wat Wrought by a Littlo Dog Which It la Now. Feared Wat Mad. Montgomery. Texas. March 11 Four milea from Montgomery eleven of Mr. Nathaniel Kelley'a grandchil- dren. hlle paying In the yar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 12 March 1910

III SOCIAL CIRCLES Tbe Embroidery club baa disbanded for the present but will reaume their mating next full. Mlis Hattle-Lou HudHon will enter- tain the Bachelor Girls' Club Wednes- day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. J. V. Coulter left today . for Rockdale where he will Join hli wife compliment to Mr. S. E. Gideon of lioston. A moat beautiful decorative effect waa accomplished with lean- anders and hlblacua that were perfect In form and color and the qunntltlea of handKOiiie blooma employed con- verted the reception aulte Into an Ideal environment for the guests. Score cards embellished with little Dutch figure were paused for the game of bridge. Six table were arranged for this pastime and a series of enjoy- able games made tho afternoon a round of pleasure. During the contest mints were passed to the guests. As In a visit to Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Coul.;he gameil r.rotreiHed 0 mmKy l so quickly the annlmnted contestant padded perforations one after another The Itiuhelor Girls' club was e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 12 March 1910

HE The Splendidly Bred Stallion Major Dill or d Jr. 50728 Foiled June 26th. 1900. I'.red at Oak Hill F arm NavaMita Texas. Owned by J. W. Hunniiutt an J II. A. Saunders. Hryan Texas. Will ManJ the season at our Uable in rear J old 1 1 unicutt Slal.'i that burned on Butbson treet. Season J5. CO. Insurance $20.00 X M 'experimenting with cotton 8EEO FLOUR BREAD. Predict Great Future for New Food Product I Maj.ir Uillard. Jt.. 5072. in a liamlvimc av .lallion foaled r6. liird by T. t loorr Nata.oia i ex. Major Uillard Jr.. conformation individuality rrc 1in ami reprodut tine iiitin all eonihinrd in one liiir-e go to male thai Aturr of all cotMcrvame brcedrrs an ideal tialliori. Ilia ti!icc i. ruh in tlx blood that haa made the hitor of the tuif; thai tia proitir-d game hore and grand irxluidutl. He ia the ptv.oiilitatioti of prtln lion liai a tine head ami cterp tine lmulli-i short bail prrfn 1 1 y roumh-J qtiartrra rlran Hat Ire tine mane anil l.nl ami the I cif fret. He i one of the b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 12 March 1910

I " Mm. i II II A F i - r is I I ICWI 73 SB? f 1 JM Gold Medal 'tM mi Hats fMrmm IJ Tx 55 Fancy Ribbons I ( Lingerie Dresses Pongee Suits Waists Skirts Wash Dresses Kimonas fete - am Bo WtdD A Jo Wsigimen0 $ (Co Bryan Daily Eagle By THE EAGLE PRINTING CO. ICntered at the Postoffica In Bryan. Texas . second class mater. Ratts of Subscription One month I 40 Thro months 100 Ons year 4 00 Advertising rates on application. Subscribers will confer a favor on ths management by telephoning the offlcs promptly when carriers fall to deliver the paper or when change of residence occurs. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Eagle Is authorized to make the following announcements subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held In July: For Congress HON. RUFU3 lLVrtDY of Corslcana. For Representative DR. J. L. FOUNTAIN CITY ELECTION For - Mayor J. T. M ALONE Y. For Alderman. a E. BULLOCK It. A. BURGER BRYAN. TEXAS. MARCH 12. 1910. COTTON SEED FLOUR BREAD ANO CAKE. Bread Is the staff of life. In addi- ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 12 March 1910

A STANDARD EMKRSON Typewritten0 FORONLV S5OO0 The lime ii pawed when you have to pay $100.00 for a Ty oewriter If you are intereited and need one come in and let me tell you about the KmerMm. E.J.JENKINS S3E RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. A T. C. Schedule. '' No. i Northbound 1:38 p. tn. No. D Nortbbcvnd 1:0? a. in. No. 0 Northbound 3:40 p. m. No. J SouttitKiiind 3:03 p. tn. o. SinMblKiund 2 62 a. n. No. 10 8'utbbouDd C:00 p. m. I. A 0. N. Schedule. No. It Northbound 1:41 p. tn. So ).. R(iiithbood 4:30 p. m. LOCALS. Carl JlniM was In from the bottom today. Lura Iloldeu waa here today froio Tabor. I) 1 4 brother Judge W. II. Nail of KoonU Your grocer will aei: you hut you want. Il hn not the time to make the t.st for tin bcit. Make It your- self. AHk for Cheek and .Wnl'a Max- well IIoiim. Mend Coffee. tf IT'S A SELLER! Moneyed proposition and up to date Invention. Patented October 'n"'- For particular writ rims. N. Simpson. Hrynn Texas. (4 Hlnger and Wheeler it Wilson ma- ch'iim are alwiiyn ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 12 March 1910

GUINEAS ID More Than the Mere Shilling Dif- ference Between Them. MONEY CASTE IN ENGLAND. The Pound l Straight Buslneas Mon- ty but the Guinaa la the Oantlaman'a Money A Mica Distinction In Chargsa and In Paymenta. "Funny thing." said tbe writer who had Just received check for 12 2s. from Ixntlon. "how the editor over In EiiKlnnI I'M Id me In guineas not In English pounda. In fact. It would be n Insult If the editor had simply paid me 2. They've two kind of money over there. One 'kind In straight business money. An even 2 would have meant In effect that I had performed a rou- tine job of Homo kind auch as compil- ing a table of statistic for tho editor and that I waa being paid for median leal labor. "But tbe editor adda an eitra shil- ling to ever pound ha pays nie. This means that I am not supposed to have performed any lalor at all but to have created a work of art and submitted this work of art- -otherwise literature for art a sake. "My check Is written Two guineas' nd the envel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 14 March 1910

and Pilot FJUKKNTH YKAR. JJRYAN TKXAS MONDAY AKTKRNOON MARCH 14. 1910. NUMBER 83 Bare-Foot Sandals in black tan and patent in All Sizes from Infants to Ladies The only Complete Aasortment in the city Prices 50c to S1.50 TennisSlioes for man woman boy or girl 65c 85c and S1.00 U I Try Othtrt Then Try Hert A. J. I Co. Ery:n' s Bspsrtat Stcre i 1 V 1 We want you to see it ONE WET TWO DRY In Thrat County Prohibition Elections Held Saturday On Went Wet find Two Dry. In the three prohibition elections held laat Saturday In three Texas coun- ties the pros won out In two and the antla raptured one. One was a West Texas county one East Texaa and one on the gulf roast. Following la the re- sult In each: San Patricio County Wet. Aransas Pass Tex. March 12 San Patricio county remains wet by ninety-one majority. Aransas Pass pre- cinct went prohibition by seventeen votea but the balance of the county shows strongly antl" Prohibition In Llano. Llano. Tex.. March II. In the local opt 'on election ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 14 March 1910

AT w(Mm) Embroidery Oir' V A Hosiery sf 1 " M i ll 1 : Our Line of Embroidery at 5c yd. will please. Our line of Embroidery at 10c and 15r yd. will astcnish you. Wc are sure our line of dainty Swiss Lawn and Nainsook will meet your approval. Ask to be shown oar Flouncing and Baby Sets. 54 55 53 Dress Goods We arc thowing a vast assortment of new things. Goods that are really new the thinnest shear materials the heavier fabrics for two-piece dresses one-piece dresses skirts etc. To sec them is tobuy them. 53 55 53 Laces We are showing a line so large and complete you cannot fail to get what you want and at prices that will fit any size purse. arc guaranteed against manufacturers imperfection v Plain gausc from 25c to 50c Lace hose from 25c to 75c Embroidered ho;e from 25c to 75c; ilk hose $1.00 to $3.50 Don't forget to see our "Onyx Sox" For the little ones. 53 53 53 Ladies' Footwear We want to say that the lady who buys her Summer foot- wear without visiting our store will be making...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 14 March 1910

I- v i IF3' n . 11 s N N ir 1 fo IH a an 1 V: Bryan Daily EagU By THE EAGLE PRINTINO CO. Cuured'it tlii Postofflce In Bryan. Tciii . second class matter. RatM of Subscription. One month I 40 Three months LOO On tear 4.00 Advertlalng ratea on application. Subscribers will confer a favor on tbe management by telephoning the office promptly when carrUra fall to deliver the paper or when chance of residence occurs. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Eagle is authorised to make the follow Ids announcements subject to tbe action of the Democratic primary to be held In July: For Congress HON. RUFU8 HAHtDT. of Corslcana. For Representative DR. J. L. FOUNTAIN CITY ELECTION For Mayor J. T. MALONKT. For Alderman. C. B. BULLOCK H. A. BURGER BRYAN. TEXAS. MARCH 14. 1110. DISSENSIONS AMONG DEMOCRATS The Democrats of Teias. as Is well known' to everybody who reads the papers are divided Into four camps the Issues being prohibition and Bal- leylsm and there Is little proipect for reconciliation. So absorbed are we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 14 March 1910

DISTRICT COURT. The Splendidly Bred Stallion Major Dillard Jr. 50728 Foaled June 2oth 1JI)6. Hred at Oak Hill Farm. Kavasota Texas. Owned hy J. W. Hunnicutt and II. A. Saunders' Hryan Texas. Will Mand the season at our stable in rear of old Hunicut Stable that bnrned on Hurleson street. Seann $15.00. Insurance $20M - ' Msjor DilUrd Jr. M)"2M U a handmt hav lUlliua ImU lOA. Hied by T. C. luster Navatots '1 iai. Major DilUrd. Jr. conformation individuality bleeding snd rrprodm-tiua qualities all combined in one hort gir" to nmkt that i!tire of all contervsl.v breeders an ideal stallion. Jlii eilicrre it rich in tht blnod that ha made the history ct the turf; that ha produced fame lionet and gland individuaU. lie i the penonrication of perlectum hat a rine head and deep fine ktouldert ihort back perfectly rounded quarter clean flat legs fine man and tail and the best of feet f lie it one of the beat looking young horiei in the country and hat a whirlwind pf natural tpeec that it in kee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 14 March 1910

STANDARD EMKKSON I Eveiry r Well 11 Biressedl Msn. Ill t j ypewmer FOR ONLY S5O O0 d when you have to pay $100.00 for Ty writer tcrvMed anJ need one come in and lit me till in Bryan who knows what good clothes are and wants to wear the best will be glad to know about our great new stock of fine Clothing Hats Shoes Shirts Neckwear etc. We are prepared to supply you with all the good things to wear you're going to need this spring. aire nerson. C.J.JENKINS 99 it "P. S6 f MM I H ME CARD. chsduls. 1:38 p. m. 1:0? a. in 3:10 p. ni 3:03 p. ni. 2 62 a. ni C:00 p. ni. -hsdule. J". ....1:44 p. m. .... 4:30 p. m. LS. tlKon ant Derden. 1 to Ueevllle tsuu- j-d Sunday from a Reliance was In 1 i driver phone 25. 65 d large setting 83 t driver phone 23. M M at Kugene Kdgo's 63 ludson wt-nt iy spent Sunday at fc3ralrl iKeetha I. its will be :dges. 63 Jr. left this after- Houston. IVIIllam Rlgby Sr. visit to Marlln. KNING Wednesday :nxene Kdg'a- S3 "i'ATi:iS good larK netting In ns Phone 277. J. P K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 14 March 1910

i ; CHASE-LISTER COMPANY HERE. Well Known Theatrical Company Will Open Bryan Engagement Tonight. Tu Cliaae-Llster Theatrical Com pauy arrived in thin city luxt iiixlit and will ohii thoir firyuii eugagi-iiit-ut tonight 'TnuVr the Uieut White Dome" erwtud on the vacant plaza ii'ttr the II. and T. C. uiii'iKer sta- tion. They have bHn very buny toiluy gt- tin everything reudy for the opvtiltiK tonight and have had u large tor ti- nt men at work erecting the tent ar- ranKlnH rooms and lunklwc eleitrUal roiiUiH-tionH. They have a very large tent well aeated and limited and everything jkishIMo Is provided for the comfort of their patrons. The company I a very lare one made up entirely of clever people and their repertoire Included many high class play of real merit full of heart In It-rest with pathos and humor moat Interestingly blended. The company la atrlctly first-class In ery aense of the word they guaran- tee everything they do and every word they say and make good every promise gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 15 March 1910

and Pilot BRYAN TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 51. 1910. NUMBER 84 FIFTEENTH YEAR. 1 Bare-Foot Sandals in black tan and patent in All Sizes from Infants to Ladies The only Complete Aasortment in the city Prices 50c to $1.50 TennisShoes for man oman boy or girl 65c 85c and $1.00 Try Others Then Try Here .WAGN ER & Go Bryan' s Departmeut Store J Red Ratphtriiet Black Ratpbeme Slravberriei BlacbtTrit$ Bartlttt Petri Moorpark Apricolt Sliced Peeled Hawaiian Pineapple BATAVIA. "TktFttFniani" SEEKING NEW PENCIL WOODS. Supply of Red Cedar Will Be Ex- hausted Within Five Years. Recent conferences of representa- tives of th department of agriculture with several lealpendl manufactur- ers have resulted in plans for testing new woods to find out whether they can be used in the pencil Industry. i According to some of the manufactur- ers the supply of red cedar which i furnishes practically all tho wood for the annual output of some 325.0OO0(i0 pencils will be exhausted within five years. A s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 15 March 1910

AT rror Embroidery Our Line of Embroidery at 5c yd. will please. Our line of Embroidery at 10c and 15c yd. will astonish you. We are sure our line of dainty Swiss Lawn and Naiosook will meet your approval Ask to be shown our Flouncing and Baby Sets. & si s$ Dress Goods We are showing a vast assortment of new things. Goods that are really new the thinnest shear materials the heavier fabrics for two-piece dresses one-piece dresses skirts etc. To sec them is to buy them. 5S 5S 33 Laces We arc showing a line so large and complete you cannot ful to get vhat you want and at prices that will fit any size puise. . Onyx Hosiery are guaranteed against manufacturers imperfection Plain gause from 25c to 50c Lace hose from 25c to 75c Embroidered hose from 25c to 75c Silk hose $1.00 to $3.50 Don't forget to see our "Onyx Sox" For the little ones. v '5S 53 55 ; Ladies' Footwear We want to say that the lady who buys her Summer foot- wear without visiting our store will be making a mistake. She ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 15 March 1910

NO No No Mo. No. No. No ten I 1 frorf M It t G. Mill Hou 8 tTOl Vlfl CITY COUNCIL MEETING. New Schedule of Rate for Water and Electric Lights Adopted V The city council met yesterday af ternoou at 3 o'clock at the city sccre tury's office with .Mayor J. T. MalcVey All aldcrnicu were r V ' c presiding ent. llUV. M. E. Weaver niHiounwl liW ra the council in regard to the block of lund on the Depot Plaza to bo given by the city an a building nlto for a V. M. C A. -for llryan and asked that a deed be drawn up for same. Messrs. I las well. Webb and Waldrop appeared before the council u regard to street sprinkling and were Informed that it was' the purpose of the city to commence at once. Messrs. Lawrence and Johnson ap- peared before the council In regard to their contract for the opera house. Mayor Maloney and Alderman Hender- ' son were appointed a committee with power to act and draw up a contract with the lessees The fire committee reported that they had arranged with the fire com pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 15 March 1910

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 15 March 1910

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 15 March 1910

and just the one you want. The hats j at Wagner's are beautiful and were t;i!!.v appreciated by the ladies. Every whim of this capricious season has iuen anticipated and the array from which to make a selection comprises !uts of ev ry description color and price. The sales today were large and are substantial proof of the satis- t:i n r. l erlenced by the visitors. Misses Dora Elliott and Charlotte Sanders are assisting Miss Spring- Held ttis season. CHASE-LISTER CO. MAKE GOOD. s The Splendidly Bred Stallion ALL THIS WEE 1. . i! Major Dillard Jr. 50728 r...ij T.m- 9Ah IWfl. Bred at Oak Hill Farm Navasota ill 3 Texas. Owned by j. W. Hunnivurt and II. A. Saunders 1 Hrvan. Texas. Will stand the season at our stable in rear ol y . o a The Show All Texas Is Talking About yold Hunicutt Stable that burned on Burleson street. Season $15.00. Insurance $20.00 n r Theatre jJI Go. f MSB ibnioo'" S 0 People Band and Orchestra ToNisht: For Her brother's Sake" Special Prices: One Thousand Seats at...

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