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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 23 March 1910

o --' ' I Tt; t "1 w j 8 ' ill hF ili'-M all 11 hWc !'3r- BRYAN n (prffi s .! Factor) Is the latest enterprise for Bryan we baie installed i gasoline engine and other fixtures and have an up-to-date plant. Make i specialty of furnishing CREAM FOR PICNICS or for your home In any quantity. We guarantee our cream to be ABSOLUTELY PURE and Invite the ladles to call and see it made. Parlors Newly Decorated. HOLMES BROS Important that your policies be carefully and correctly written and with companies of liberality. Our companies represent years of trial and selection. It is our desire to make our agency as valuable as possible to our customers. V NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS Adams & Gordon PHONE 265 PARKER BUILDING UNION HILL. Editor Eagle: I missed last week to write from Union Hill and fur fear some one will miss me I come again. I enjoy read- ing the news from different portions of our county and would auk Miss Do- ra Alpha Cor. and others to come oftener. I feel sure jou would ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 23 March 1910

Crgau Dalit Eagle By THE EAQtZ PRINTING CO. Entered at the Postofflce In Bryan Tuaa . second class matter. RatM of Subscription. One month 9 40 Three months 1.00 One year 4.00 Advertising rates on application. Subscribers will confer a favor on the management by telephoning the office 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 HA'HDY of Coralcana. For Representative DR. J. L. FOUNTAIN CITY ELECTION For Mayor J. Tv MALONEY. For Alderman. C. E. BULLOCK H. A. BURGER BRYAN TEXAS MARCH 23 1910. WHAT MR. BRYAN WILL DO. There Is a good deal of uneasiness In the back part of the beads of some people because they are uncertain as to the future political activities of Wil- liam J. Bryan. Very few if any now believe that he contemplates being a candidate for office but nobody ex- pects th...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 23 March 1910

I Easy Floor Decoration mm eastem sum ... Do you know it's about time you were thinking about your Easter Suit? Only a few more days in which to select it. ! ill 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-auk-on-Stain Your pine floor can be dressed iii the garment of oak or mahogany at slight expense. E.J.JENKINS ;g2$BESSSS3& RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. Schedule. No. 3 Northbound ........ 1:38 p. m No. 5 Northbound .. No. 9 Northbound .. No. 2 Southbound .. 'o. 6 Southbound . . No. 10 Southbound . I. & C. N. Schedule. o. 14 Northbound 1:44 p. m. No. 15 Southbound 4:30 p. m. ... 1:0? a. m. .. 3:40 p. m. . .. 3:03 p. m. .. . 5.f3 a. m. 6:03 p. m. LOCALS. 50 styles of misses dresses at Wag- ner's. 91 D. li. Lloyd was In today from Reli- ance. t Henry Koontz was down today from Zack. Skirts suits dresses klmonas. Try Wagner's. . 91 S. II. Seale was down today from Benchley. M. B. Easter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 23 March 1910

THE HEWS IN BRIEF . 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. Bryan Texas. Will stand the season at our stable in rear of old Hunicutt Stable that bnrned on Burleson street. Season $15.00. Insurance $20.00 & EASIER Events of the World Boiled Down for the Buay Man to Read at a Glance. llllbr The senior class of A. and M. stu dents went to Galveston today to In SATURDAY 2:30 P. M. SACK CANDY FREE TO EVERY CHILD vestigate conditions tUere. The Insurgents are not to be repre sented among the six Republican mem- bers of the house rules committee. Major Dillard Jr. 50728 is a handsome bay 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 breeder an ideal stallion. His pedigree is rich in the blood that has made t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 24 March 1910

and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS THURSDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 241910 NUMBER 92 a We Are Showing the On k Complete Stock of TBOMRS uif Cases AND in the city.Our new line . just received Suitcases From S1.00 to S15.00 Grips Bags From 50c to S10 Trunks I From 3200 to S22.50 Before you buy see our line WAGNER & Ge. Bryan' s Department 4 Store GR PS Quality Guaranteed Premier Queen Olives ALL SIZES - HOWELL & NEWTON Inc. ilTY GU I v PI iOUvff.7 FT. WORTH HIT GET 8arloui Proposal Involving Removal It Up Following Disaatrous Fire of Thuraday. . Special to the Eagle. Fort Worth Texas March 24. A proposition to remove the Texas Chris- tian University from Waco to Fort Worth was considered yesterday morn ing by the board of trustees at that Institution according to advices re ceived here. - It is believed the trustees will fa vor the move following the burning of the university's main building at a loss of $150000 Thursday night Rev. C. W. McPherson endowment secretary of the univers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 24 March 1910

EOM VALUE UN WE AIM 9 IN STYLE AND FIT Aa xt$ no clothes in the world give you the seryice and satisfaction that SteSns Blwh CMhm. will. They are not cheap clothes- they are clothes that places a man in his proper niche before the world. Their materials are high-class. Their workmanship style and fit are recognized in America and England as the highest develop- ment in tailoring that can be found to-day. .We have these clothes at your disposal and ask you only to try on not to buy. Mothers reserve your opinions however favorable until you have seen thefboy s suits we are offering at prices without a parallel. 1 Webb Brao MR. W. J. ROBERTS DEAD. After a Long Illness a Good Passed Into Eternal Rest. At 11:45 o'clock last night Mr. W. J. Roberts passed peacefully away at his home In this city after a long Illness; Ho had been In 111 health for a year or two and had been confined to his bed since the eleventh of last December. He bore his long suffering patiently and heroically never co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 24 March 1910

Iff ;kc lis m BRYAN Factory Is the latest enterprise for Bryan we have Installed- a gasoline engine and other fixtures and nana an up-to-date plant. Make a specialty of furnishing CREAM FOR PICNICS or for your home In any quantity. We guarantee our cream to be ABSOLUTELY PURE and Invite the ladles to call and see it made. Parlors Newly Decorated. 20th Century ui i it a i v tuts r m (Si (n fnnl I! kMiitM ill V HOLMES BROS DISTRICT COURT. does Case Dismissed On Motion of District Attorney Lane. The ease of J. T. CIobb of Kdge charged with manslaughter was set for trial In district court yesterday and as a result the town was full of people principally from tho north end of the county. Many of thein came ns witness and others came through In- terest In the case. When Court convened and the case was called a sudden halt was made In the proceedings by the flliug of a lengthy motion to dismiss Ihe case by District Attorney I-ane. The motion set' out the fact that the Indictment charged th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 24 March 1910

Srgmt Sailg Eagle By THE EAGL5 PRINTING CO. Entered at the Postoffice in Bryan Texas .a second clasi matter. Rates of Subscription. One month 40 Three months 100 One year 00 Advertising rates on application. Subscribers will confer a favor Gn the management by telephoning the office promptly when carriers fail 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. RUFUS HA'itDY of Corslcana." For Representative DR. J. L. FOUNTAIN CITY ELECTION For Mayor J. T. MALONEY. For Alderman. C. E. BULLOCK IL A. BURGER BRYAN TEXAS MARCH 24 1910. LOOKS FAVORABLE TO DEMO- CRATS. Since it became evident that the Republican leaders would not permit the pre-election promises of their par- ty to be fulfilled two congressmen have been elected one in the middle West and one in the far East and in both cases the result was looked upon as havi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 24 March 1910

a TX. . Ea8y 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-Wauk-on-Stain Your pine floor can be dressed in the garment of oalc or mahogany at slight expense. E. J JENKINS RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. 8chedule. No. 3 Northbound 1:38 p. m. No. 6 Northbound No. 9 Northbound No. 2 Southbound No. 6 Southbound . No. 10 Southbound 1:0? a m. 3:40 p. m. 3:03 p. m . 2.62 a. m. 6:00 p. m. I. 4 Q. N. 8chedule. No. 14 Northbound 1:44 p. m No. 15 Southbound 4:20 p. m. L0CAL8. 50 styles of misses dresses at Wag- ner's. 91 I. L. Rains was In today from Har- vey. Architect Jones was up today from Houston. Skirts suits dresses klmonas. Try Wagner's. 91 Joe Hearne left today for a visit to Marlln. Buy pure home ground chops at Vick's Feed Store. 96 The big ready-to-wear sale has start- e dat Wagner's. 91 Charley Merka was in today from Smetana. Car choice Bright hay on track. Vick's Feed Store. 93...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 24 March 1910

The Splendidly Bred Stallion Major Dillard Jr. 50728 Foaled June 26th 1906. Bred at Oak Hill Farm Navasota Texas. Owned by J. W. Hunnicutt and H. A. Saunders Bryan Texas. Will stand the season atuur stable in rear of'' old Hunicutt Stable that bnrned on Burleson street. Season $15.00. Insurance $20.00 Major Dillard Jr. 50728 ii a handsome bay stallion foaled 1$06. 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 breeder an ideal stallion. His pedigree is rich in the blood that has made the history of the turfi that has produced game horses and grand individuals. He it the personfication of perfection has a fine head and deep fine houlders 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 keeping wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 25 March 1910

and Pilot F1&EE NTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS FRIDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 25 1910 NUMBER 93 Our Special Sale t Of Ladies PURSES And DAGS COMMENCES TODAY $4.00 Bags $2.50 $3.00 Bags $2.00 $2.50 Bags $1.50 SJ-.50. Bags $1.00 We Are Showing The Only C j.in ete Line in the City $150 Black Silk Hose On Sale Now S1.00 200 White Waists Worth 75c & S1.00 Sale Paice 50 Cents A. J. & Go ryan' s Departmeut Store WAGNER Quality Guaranteed Premier Queen Olives ALL SIZES HOWELL & NEWTON. Inc. o Mr n.Olivcs.7 GREAT LaWS BftNQET MORE THAN THREE HUNDRED EARNEST MEN OF BRYAN AND ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTY PRE8ENT. SMIL SPLENDID ADDRESSES Will Result In Clearer View of Rela- tlonahlp and Duty To Each Other And to nod. The great laymen'b banquet that baa been under consideration for some weeks was given at t'ne skating rink In this city at 8 o'clock last night It was a great occasion. The greatest Bryan or Brazos county ever knew. The committee had all done tbelr ork thoroughly the arrangements i ere p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 25 March 1910

FOR V 'A ILTUE 'M ' WEAMs 7V STYLE AND FIT 'ft v. no clothes in the world giye you the seryice and satisfaction that . Steins Blanch Clothes will. They are not cheap clothes- they are clothes that places a man in his proper niche before the world. Their materials are high-class. Their workmanship style and fit are recognized in America and England as the highest develop- ment in tailoring that can be found to-day. We have these clothes at your disposal and ask ou only to try on- not to buy. " . . Mothers Reserve your opinions however favorable until you have seen the'boy s suits we are" offering at prices without a 11 i paraiiei. . 3 NOTICE OF STOCK- HOLDERS' MEETING Notice Is hereby given that a spe- cial meeting of the stockholders of ' the Houston and Texas Central Rail- road company has. been called by the board of directors to convene at the general offices of said company In the city of Houston Texas" at 12 o'clock noon on the 20th day of May 1910 for the purpose of authorizin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 25 March 1910

. I 7 2 If FRESH VEfflABlES Fresh Fruits and a complete itock of the best ' STAPLE MID FANCY if 20ili Century roceiries -4 r tiy selling for CASH we can make you much closer prices.than area.sked by others. MMl I.'fi CO.. An Old Line Life Insurance Company With over twenty million of assets and considerable volume of business in the state has an opening for a District General Agency for several counties in this territory with arrangement direct from the Home Office. ' A rare opportunity to build up an agency and a splendid renewal income. Liberal first year compensation.' Soli- citors who have personally produced a reasonable amount of business preferred. Address Care Eagle bryan n (ftrmm I Aiywiyjl.yilll Factory is the latest enterprise tor Bryan we hate installed a gasoline engine and other fixtures and have an up-to-date plant. Make a specialty of furnishing CREAM FOR PICNICS or for your home in any quantity. We guarantee our cream to be ABSOLUTELY PURE and invite the ladies to c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 25 March 1910

r '. i . l L Organ- Satlg Eagle By THE EAGLE PRINTING CO. Entered at the Postoffice in Bryan Texas .ji second class matter. Rates of Subscription. One month I 40 Three months 1-00 One year 4.00 Advertising rates on application. Subscribers will confer a favor on the management by' telephoning the office 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. RUFUS IIA'RDY of Corslcana. For Representative DR. J. L. FOUNTAIN CITY ELECTION For Mayor J. T. MALONET. For Alderman. C. E. BULLOCK H. A. BURGER BRYAN TEXAS MARCH 25 1910. THE LAYMEN'S BANQUET. It Is wonderful. Three months ago It would have been Impossible. Near- ly three hundred merchants mechan- ics farmers and professional men as- sembled with a single altruistic pur- pose. It was not the "loaves and fishes" for although they were of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 25 March 1910

Ea8y 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- lnJ a u h - 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. Schedule. No. 3 Northbound 1:33 p. m. No. 5 Northbound 1:02 a m No. 9 Northbound 3:40 p. m. No. 2 Southbound 8:03 p. m. No. 6 Southbound 2.52 a. m. No. 10 Southbound ........ 6:00 p. m. I. & Q. N. Schedule. No. 14 Northbound .1:44 p. m. No. 15 Southbound 4:30 p. m LOCALS. . J. W. Henderson was In today from Kurten. Car choice Bright hay on track. Vlck's Feed Store. 93 Will SheaJey of Reliance was "in the city today. Dr. W. A. Smith was up from Mll- llcan today. Buy pure homo ground chops at Vlck's Feed Store. i 98 MIbs Edith Cavltt left today for a visit to Waco. Will Shelby of Independence was In the city today. - Special display of American Lady corsets at Wagners. 94 Mr. an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 25 March 1910

...i i-mmm.m 'm.tnr vv ."r"t! " V I ' " ' The Splendidly Bred Stallion Major Dll lard Jr. 50728 Foaled June 26th 1906.. Bred at Oak Hill Farm Navasota Texas. Owned by J. W. Hunnicutt and H. A. Saunders Bryan Texas. Will stand the season at our stable in rear of old Hunicutt Stable that bnrned on Burleson street. Season $15.00. Insurance $20.00 Mjor Dillard Jr. 50728 Is a handsome bay 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 breeder an ideal stallion. His pedigree is rich in the blood that has m"is uie history of the turf; that has produced game horses and grand individuals. He is the personficition of perfection has a fine head and deep fine houlders 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 whirlwi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 26 March 1910

- and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR.' BRYAN TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 26. 1910 NUMBER 94 Our Special. Sale Of Ladies PURSES And BAGS COMMENCES TO-DAY $4.00 $3.00 $2.50 $1.50 Bags Bags Bags Bags Ve Are $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 Showing The Only G omplete Line' in the City mm cu' tOlivesI Quality Guaranteed Premier Queen Olives ALL SIZES HOWELL & .NEWTON Inc. GEFJTRAL ASKS VALUE Eor VARSITY'S BE- LATED PROPOSITION. S1.50 Black Silk Hose On Sale Now S1.00 200 White Waists Worth 75c '& $1.00 SeIg Paice 50 Conls WAGNER &Go. '.Bryan's Departmeut Mi 2 More Making Overtures Out of Season for 8lx Football Game Offer Un- der Consideration Other Games Booked. College Station Texas March 26. The University of Texas Is now mak ing an effort to get baseball games with the A. and M. College of Texas but what the result will be is not yet known. When the time came to fix schedules for college games In this state the University of Texas did not write to the college for a contract nor did the m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 26 March 1910

Ifl SOCIAL CIRCLES As the Eagle goes to press Master Robert Gordon Jr. Is celebrating his birthday by entertalninc a host of his little friends with an Easter party. A more extended notice will appear next week. Mrs. J. B. Hines will be hostess to the Entre Nous club on Thursday af- ternoon at three-thirty. The Bachelor Girls' club will be en- tertained by Miss Lucy Board on Wed- nesday afternoon at 2:30 at the Fin- Feather club. The members will meet at the home of the hostess before starting to the club grounds. Miss Stella Johnson 13 at home from school at St. Mary's at Dallas on a visit to her mother Mrs. J. V. Johnson. Misses Lucile DeMaret Ray Conway Irene Board Madeline Hanway Hel- en DeMaret and Eula Gregg Messrs. Ed Martin Willie Tucker Glen Tooke beautiful velvety lawn was in read! ness for the occasion and the dainty little lady assisted by her gracious mother welcomed half a hundred small men and maidens to a world of fun and frolic. Promptly at four came the guests troo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 26 March 1910

0 Eo8y Floor Decoration u 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 T o -W a u It -6 n - tai n YOSJlM IE AS JEM SUjUT Do you know it's about time you were thinking about your Easter Suit? Only a tew more days in which to select it. 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. 8chedule. So. 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. So. 6 Southbound 2.62 a. m. No. 10 Southbound 6:00 p. m. I. & G. N. Schedule. No. Northbound 1:44 p: m. Mo. 15 Southbound 4:30 p. m. J. D. Dunn went to Calvert today. A." L. Smith was in today from Sme- tana. Alex McCailum was down from Ta- bor today. J. A. Shaw of Harvey was In the city today. W. H. Doyett of Tabor was in the city today. T. J. Crone of Reliance was In the city today. J. A. Sbaw of Harvey was In the city ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 26 March 1910

! j 3 V Urgan Saihj Emjlr By THE EAGLS PRINTING CO. Entered ui tne Poatoffice in Bryan Texas second class matter. Rate of Subscription. One month $ 40 Three months 1.00 One year 4.00 Advertising rate ou application. Subscribers will confer a favor on the management by telephoning the office promptly when carriers tall to uellver the paper or when charge of residence occurs. have in Bryan. I spent several days last week at Kurten a little village ten miles from here; visited the church while there and preached Saturday morning. The Kurten people are fine. Bryan will be able to report the trol ly line completed in another month. Will run from here out to College station. Bryan has real good schools." Miss Lawlis will find the sentiments of Bryan people for her recorded in the Second Epistle of John fifth verse. a hair cents a pound. Probably the trust sees its end and is trying to make the best of the time it has yet No sooner was Chicago relieved from apprehension of the threatened s...

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