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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 15 March 1910

H."iiT5?" 330 H cr cr A STANDARD EMERSON ST co typewriter 'V FOR ONLY $50 00 rv . . . Tie time is passed when you have to pay $100.00 for a Ty oewriter .If you 'are interested and need one rome in and let me tell ou about the Emerson. ' I EM. JENKINS 3 RAILROAD TJME CARD. H. & T. C. Schedule. 1 Northbound 1:38 p. m. . i Northbound 1:0? &. m. . j Northbound -. 3:40 p. m. . 1 Southbound S:03 p. m. . I Southbound 2.62 a. m. 1 10 Southbound 6:00 p. m. I. A G. N. 8chduk. i 14 Northbound 1:44 p. m. 16 goutaboxna : so p. n A LOCALS. Uncle Ike Mulligan of Holllgan Chapelwas in the city today. "Mound City Paints may cost a tri- fle more but ! E. J. Jenkins tf No home Is complete without a gar- den. All kinds of seeds lnbulk at Cavltfs Drug Store. I y& Mrs. Leo Peon returned to "Kings- vllle today after a visit to her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gammon. If. J. Lang was in today from Kur- L L. Rains of Harvey was In the r today. 2. R. Lloyd was In the city today jtn Kurten. Mrs. A...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 15 March 1910

OLD TAVER Ci ARG lLOir Cost of Living at a Turnpike Inn Near New York In 1846. i LOW PRICES THE RULE THEN The Regular Tariff For a Dinnar Wat 19 Cents and a Wedding Breakfast For Six With Twelve Quarts of Oats on the Side Cost Just (1.69. Guarded as carefully as any of tbe guesU' Jewels that He beside It In the big safe of a great aud glittering Broadway hotel In New York city and treasured by the proprietor more than Its weight in gold Is an old casliboolc The entries run from March to De- cember 184C They record In quaint. descriptive phrases the comings and goings of the travelers who stopped at a wayside Inn on a turnpike road less than 100 miles from New York. This tavern wa Kept by tbe Broadway ho- tei proprietor s granaratner. rne duuj lng of the railroad the passing of the stagecoach and the changes of more than half a century have obliterated this once famous old inn at South Dur ham and now all that remains of it is this ancient book which served not only a record of cash ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 16 March 1910

5- A-.. . . .. and Pilot 3RYAN TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 16. 1910. FIFTEENTH YEAR. NUMBER 85 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 TennisSlioes for man woman boy or girl 65c 85c and S1.00 Try Others Then Try Here A J WAGNER & Go. Bryan' s Departmeut Store u Red Ratpbtniet Black Ratpbtmtt Slrawbtrritt Blachberriet Bartlttt Ptart Moorpark Apricot Sliced Peeled Hawaiian Pineapple I AT AVI A "The Fowl PnJucti" FIGHT FOR OF MORSE TO Littleton It Expected in Atlanta From New York in Next Day or 80 When Court Moves Are Looked For. Atlanta Ga. March 16. It was learned yesterday that Martin W. Lit- tleton the New York attorney Is ex- pected here within a day or two to begin the groat legal battle for the re- lease of Charles W. Morse the New York banker now undergoing sentence in the federal prison in Atlanta. It Is expected that action in behalf of Morse will be instituted in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 16 March 1910

- J AT X. mm 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 Nainsook will meet your approval. Ask to be shown our Flouncing and Baby Sets. s& s& s& 1 Onyx Hosiery arc 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" Dress Goods For the little ones. 58 Si 5S 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 see them is to buy them. 53 5& 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. " Ladies' Footwear We want to say that the lady who buys her Summer foot- wear without visiting our store will be makin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 16 March 1910

1J I D Ea3y Floor Decoration We all can't have hard wood floors; but we can have the effects of hard wood at a cost within our means with MOUND CITY CO S To-Uvauk-on -Stain Your pine floor can be dressed in the gamient of oak or nuiionany at slight expense. E.J.JENKINS GRADUATES OF AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES. We are now beginning to get some rather Interesting otathtles us to whether tho graduates of agricultural colleges contribute their duo share to agriculture after being graduated at the state's expense. During the pant ten years the Illinois College of Agri- culture has graduated 1S4 men classi- fied as follows: 113 or C2 1-2 per cent are now farming; 40 are teach- ers !n colleges of agriculture or work- ing In experiment stations; seven are In the United States department of agriculture and one Is an agricultural editor. Ninety per cent therefore are connected with agricultural pursuits and It Is estimated that two-thirds of these are In Illinois. Sixteen others are teachers. It wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 16 March 1910

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 16 March 1910

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 16 March 1910

sascaaesssxssii ALL THIS WEEK The Show All Tens Is Talking About hase-Lisfer Theatre Go. Toriisht: "The 30 People Band and Orchestra an of Mystery" Special Prices: One Thousand Seats at Ten Gents. A few choice parquet seatsat 25 cents. Chance of play and vaudeville niphtl v commencing MON- DAY NIGHT MARCH 14th. Location east of II. & T. C. depot. Snjau Daily Eaijlr By THE EAGLE PRINTING CO. &utered at the Postott'ice lu Uryun. Texas . s second cla3 matter. TWO OPINIONS OF OUTSIDERS. Rates of Subscription. One month $ 40 Three months : 1.00 One year 4.00 Advertising rates ou application. Subscribers will confer a favor on the management by telephoning the office promptly when carriers fall to deliver the paper or when cbar.gt 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: Fcr Congress HON. RUFUS HA'rtDY of Corslcana. For Representative DR. J. L. FOUNTAIN CITY E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 16 March 1910

vA Ml MG 0 WW w mi i I mM m m White and Fancy Wash Goods The increased demand for washable materials is our reason for enlarging the stocks in this department and we are now showing a most varied selection of the much wanted "FLAX- ON" FABRICS in the whiteSelf and colored effects shhh materials priced 15c to 35c the yard; White Linens all weaves and finishes p. iced 25c to $1.00 the yard; white and shad- ed LINGERIE DIMITIES LONG CLO- THES PLAIN and MERCERIZED Nain- sook Checked Lingerie for. underwear mad- ras white and colored effects. Fine Mercerized Rajah Linen leading shades Wreps Diagonals Maise Sub- lime Satin Striped Poplin colored and white Linett at a saving in the price. Neck Fixings and Hair Adornments Hundreds of Petty Pins Broachs Laalliars Bar- retts Combs Braid Pins Mounted in the Beaut- iful Amethyst Stones Necklaces Iniearl and Ame: thyst Beaut) Pins Etc. . Neckwear hand- bags Belts Etc. Far the OPENING We are Showing i Rare Collect- ion of New Hand Bags Priced 25c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 16 March 1910

.. : 5 W-'lW v v NW If y PHONE 293 Wyldewood Breeding Barn SEASON 1910 BLONDWOOD 12.40 WILDEWOOO IDLE 47978 Season $15. To Insure $25 Season $12. To Insure $20 JOE BAILEY 50286 PURCHEON Season $12. To Insure $20 Your patronage and support will be appreciated. Colts from above will prove profitable. THE BREEDER'S OPPORTUNITY A 10-year Stock Company of 150 shares par value $20 each will be organized to maintain a Breeding Barn w.th the above horees m service! Wonde.wood the best bred colt ever foaled n Brazos Coumy will be included with the above and will be old enough ror "ein2years. Stockholders will be allowed to breed one mJchAofockheownirtiemce fee not to ex- ceed This service fee is to pay the yearly expense of securing a reliable man to keep feed and care for them and for any other nenm? Spen. Enough patronage from non-stockholders on STJL should pay expenses after Erst season. This plan will enab k e to breed to the best blood to be bad for ten years or enaoie uc har(fei for 0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 17 March 1910

Bryan and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS THURSDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 17. 1910. NUMBER 86 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 SI 50 TennisShoes for man woman boy or girl 65c 85c and S1.00 Try Others Then Try Here WAGNER - & Go. Bryan1 s Departmeut Store Rtd Ratpbtrria Black Ratpbtrritt Strawhtrriet Blackbrrritt BartltU Ptart Moorpark Apricots Slictd ritUJ " Hawaiian Pintapplt BAT A VI A "UuFirtrtProdmcef LENDING IIIS AUTO HAS COST ONE MAN New York Banker's Car Driven by Other Hit a Lad and Now He Mut Foot the Bill. New York March 17. Don't lend your auto. It may cost you a matter of $5000 or so. This lesson has been brought home forcibly to James C. Brady a New York broker who has been directed by a supreme court Jury to pay $5000 to Benjamin Frlebaum a lad who was hit by Brady's car some months ago. Brady had loaned the car to his brother and a hired chauf- feur drove it. The verdict...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 17 March 1910

. I AT V 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 Nainsook will meet your approva'. Ask to be shown our' Flouncing and Baby Sets. 5S S& 53 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 see them is to buy them. 33 $ 33 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. 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. 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 a mistake. She wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 17 March 1910

FIJEULlATiC K03IJG' ALT) THfillHI'G SUGAR rn A GOVERNMENT BHHiiiiiaa:-:: EDITOR Mr. William A Radford will answer questions and giv advice FREE OF COST on all subject pertaining to tne subject of building lor th rcadra of thta paper. On account of hla wide xp- rlenca m Editor Author and Manufto. turer h la without doubt the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all Inquiries to William A. Radford No. m Fifth Ave Chicago. III. and otly enclose two-cent stamp tor reply. The concrete block nous has be- coiuu firmly established throughout the country as a new type of Ameri- can home construction. Like all other things new It has been abused In some Instances by block makers who were Ignorant of the proper methods to be followed in manufacturing blocks but with the Information now at hand both from experience and a careful study of the subject concrete blocks now being used In home-building are fully equal If not superior to any other material. It has been proved that the Mock...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 17 March 1910

?V I What Philadelphia needs Is a revl- ' . .... .... . ' i vi icufciuu uiu iHHiiiuueu geuu- lne kind that William Penn believed in and practiced. The only hope of any community Is in its courageous and energetic men for there Is no hope of ever getting AIL i UEffi - The Splendidly Bred Stallion major Dlllard Jr. 50728 Foaled June 26th 1906. Bred at Oak Hill Farm Navasota4 Texas. Owned by J. W. Hunnicurt and H. A. Saunders Bryan Texas. Will stand the season at our stable in rear o old Hunicutt Stable that bnrned on Buileson street. ' Season $15.00. Insurance $20.00 The Show All Tens is Talking About Theatre rid of the cowards and drones. liJoIJIJolUI co. The boys' corn club Is a first class brain developer and brains are need ed on the farm. . ' i . UK: Vfii 30 People Baad and Orchestra em pest and Sunshine" ess One Thousand Seats at Ten Gents. '-1 25 cents. Change of play and vaudeville nightly commencing MON- HT MARCH 14th. Location east of H. & T. C. depot. JTINQ CO. ilee in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 17 March 1910

aw Floor Decoration We all can't have hard wood floors; but we can hive the effects of hard wood at a cost within our means with MOUND CITY CO S To - Vtfauk Your pine floor can be dressed in the garment of oak or mahogany at slight expense. E. J. JENKINS RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. A T. C. Schedule. No. 3 Northbound 1:38 p. m. No. 5 Northbound 1:02 a. m. Nu. 9 Northbound 3:40 p. m. No. 2 Southbound 3:03 p. m. No. 6 Southbound 2.52 a. m. No. 10 Southbound 6:00 p. m. I. & G. N. Schedule. No. 14 Northbound 1:44 p. m. No. 15 Southbound 4:30 p. m. LOCAL8. Joe Merka of Rye was In the city today. A. A. Dean of Tabor was In the city . today. FOR SALE Shine chair. Apply Webb Bros. 87 J. C. Thomas was In town today from College. For a good single driver phone 25. J. W.. Hunlcutt. 85 . For a good single driver phone 25. J. W. Hunlcutt. 85 C. A. Buchanan was In the city to- day from Kurten. Geo. A. Adams was called to Dallas last night on business. A. J. Edwards was a visitor to the city today f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 17 March 1910

PHONE 293 IVyldewood Breeding Barn SEASON 1910 BLOfiDWOOD 12140 WILDEWOOD IDLE 47978 Season 15- To Insure $25 Season $12. To Insure $20 JOE BAILEY 50286 PURCHEON Season 12. To Insure $20 Your patronage and support will be appreciated. Colts from above will prove profitable. THE BREEDER S OPPORTUNITY A 10-year Stock Company of 150 shares par value $20 each will be organized to maintain a Breeding Barn with the above horses in service. Wonderwood the best bred colt ever foaled in Brazos County will be included with the above and will be old enough for service in 2 years. Stockholders will be allowed to breed one . mare for each share of stock he owns at a service fee not to ex- ceed $5. This service fee is to pay the yearly expense of securing a reliable man to keep feed and care for them and for any other necessary expenses. Enough patronage from non-stockholders on usual terms should pay expenses after first season. This plan will enable one to breed to the best blood to be had for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 18 March 1910

.9 -. . and Pilot !j BRYAN TEXAS FRIDAY AFTERNOON kMARCH 18. 1910. NUMBER 8 FIFTEENTH YEA.R. E If You Are FOR DOROTHY UU Bream I: 1 if ' i. i t If it f I J i 1 !! i i 1.1 i. j ? 1 i v I Hanan Beacon AND OSS For Men Hanan J.&K. (Julian & Kokcngc) Queen City For Ladies R. T. Wood Oxfords For Misses Children and Infants Tennis Shoes For Man Woman Boy or Girl WAGNER & Go. Bryan1 s Departmeut Store ' " " .:llAn"'t'' BIG REAL ESTATE DEAL t Jno. K. Parker Purchased Fountain Bros. Farm In Brazos Bottom. The biggest real estate deal made In this section In some time If not the biggest ever made was the purchase of the Fountain Bros farm In tie Brazos bottom by Jno. K. Parker. The deal was made some days ago but the Eagle was asked to withhold publica- tion because the deeds had not been passed and the various details accom- panying a deal of such magnitude had not been closed up. The farm Is the old MaJ. H. K. White place and is located In what Is known as the lower bottom In Bur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 18 March 1910

-X.'. AT Wffi Embroidery Our Line of Embroidery at 5c yd. will please. Our line of Embroidery at 10c and 15c yd. will astonish you. .We arc sure our line of dainty Swiss Lawn and Nainsook will meet your approval. Ask to be shown our Flouncing and Baby Sets. 53 5153 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 see them is to buy them. 53 53 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. 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. 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 a mistake. She w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 18 March 1910

f ft A n EasyFloor Decoration 7 We all can't have hard wood floors; but we can have the effects of hard wood at a cost within our means with MUUINJJ CITY CO S To-Wauk-on-Stain Your pine floor can be dressed in the garment of oak or mahogany at slight expense. E.J.JENKINS RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. 8chedula. No. 3 Northbound 1:38 p. m. No. 5 Northbound 1:0? a. m. No. 9 Northbound . 3:40 p. m. No. 2 Southbound . 3:03 p. m. No. 6 Southbound 2 62 a. m. N.o. 10 Southbound 6:00 p. m. I. A a N. 8chedul. Vo. Northbound 1:44 p. m. No. 15 Southbound 4:30 p. m. LOCALS. Sale or Embroideries at Wagner's. 80 Joe Zimmerman was In today from Kurten. J. W. Beal of Prospect was In the city today. FOR SALE Shine chair. Apply Webb Bros. 87 Tarlr firaham. of Harvey was In town today. T. B. Smith of Reliance was In town today. Tennis Shoes boys misses Indies at Wagner s. J Braid pins Barettes Belts all new. At Wagner's ' .Big Embroidery Special all this week Btagners. All Embroiders on sale at A....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 18 March 1910

Qi The Splendidly Bred Stallion Major Dtllard Jr. 50728 Foaled June 26th 1906. Bred at Oak Hill Farm Navasota Texas. Owned by J. W. Hunnicutt and H. A. Saunders Bryrn. Texas. Will stand the season at our stable in rear of old Hunicutt Stable that bnrneir-on Burleson street. Season $15.00. Insurance $20.00 Major Dillard Jr. 50728 is a handsome bav stallion foaled 1906. Bred by T. C. Foster Navasota Texas. Major Dillard Jr. conformation individuality breeding and reproductiue qualities all combined in one horse go to make that desire of all conservative breeders an ideal stallion. His pedigree Is rich in the blood that has made the history of the turf; that has produced game horses and grand individuals. He is the personfication of perfection has a fine head and deep fine shoulders short back perfectly rounded quarters clean flat legs fine mane and tail and the best of feet. He is one of the best looking young horses in the country and has a whirlwind of natural speec that is in keepi...

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