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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 26 March 1910

OLD TAVERN CHARGES Cost of Living at a Turnpike Inn ; Near New York In 1846. LOW PRICES THE RULE THEN The Regulr Tariff For a Dlnnar Wi 19 Cants and a Wadding tirsaktatt For 6ix With Twlv Quarts of Oats on tha Sida Coit Jutt $1.69. Guarded ua carefully as any of the guests' Jewels I lint lie beside It In the big an fe of u threat and glittering Broadway hotel In New York city and treasured by tlie proprietor more than Its weight In gold Is an old cashbook. Tbe entries run from March to De- cember ISifl. They record In quaint descriptive phrases tbe comings and goings ef tbe travelers who stopped at a wayside Inn on a turnpike road lest than 100 miles from New York. This tavern was kept by tbe Broadway ho- tel proprietor's grandfather. The build- ing of tbe railroad the passing of the stagecoach and tbe 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 as a record o...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 26 March 1910

1 Bxv' (Z VA I UE IN - WE A R mm 9-mmM r- m JV rt "T" .1 9 IN STYLE ANO FIT ( V 1 1 & yi I Vy ' yw ? I m .! rib clothes in the world give you the service and satisfaction that SieM Btoch CMtom 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 the' boy's suits we are offering at prices without a parallel. Webb LOCALS. 5c We sell garden seed In bulk. up. Cavitt'8 Drug Store. 86 Prof and Mrs. J. V. Hill of Milll- can were visitors to Bryan today. ' Rev. D. W. Gardner of Wheelock Vas in the city today and paid the Eagle office a pleasant call. The latest thing in lockets and man- icure sets. Look at Caldwell's win- s...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 26 March 1910

FHS5H VEGETAENLES Fresh Fruits and a complete stock of the best STAPLE AliD FAIICY tfy selling for ASH we can make you much closer prices than are asked by others. C. I. MIMll 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 r BRYAN ffiUe.'li i iiffurfii ii rrniini nni llllnlln U nil hnrfil !l II II Vft4' UUU Vy U KfA UUU Factor is the latest enterprise 'for Bryan we have Installed a 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 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 26 March 1910

AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED: An ordinance to fix and establish wa ter and light charges for pubjtc and private use in the city of Bryan and to provide penalties for non-compll ance: Be It ordained by the city council of the city of Bryan that any company or corporation person or persons now engaged in furnishing water and elec trie lights to the city of Bryan and citi zens of Bryan are hereby authorized to charge the following rates for wa- ter and lights furnished: Commercial Rates. t Lighting on meter 15c per kilowatt hour with a minimum charge of $1.00. Municipal Lighting. Service shall be maintained from dark to day light; the lamps furnish- ed and maintained by said company or corporation person or persons now engaged in furnishing water and lights and such company or corpora- tion person or persons who may here- after engage In furnishing water and lights as follows: First: Arc lamps where the num- ber Is not less than 10 $80 each per annum; arc lamps where the number Is not less th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 28 March 1910

and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR BRYAN TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 28. 1910. NUMBER 95 Our Special Sale Of Ladies PUSSES And BAGS COMMENCES TODAY $4.00 Bsgs $2.50 S3.00 Bags $2.00 $2.50 Bags ' $1.50 $1.50 Bags $1.00 ibnics Acrcrvts RnoCaivdics 117 E regard Nnnnally's " Fine Candies at the best high grade candy made in America and take pride in handling it. A shipment received by Exprtu Saturday HOWELL & NEWTON Inc. BANKER LILUS Dim TEXAS Ve Are Showing The Only n Co i pete Line in the City TROLLEY WORK PROGRESSING Stteel Laid to Pleasure Park Now Com In Into thtCKfi Work on tuetroHey line to the A. and M. College under direction of Mr. O. E. Gammlll Is progressIngery sat isfactorlly and will be completed at an early day. The grading has been com pleted and this was the big end of the work. The rest Is easy and can be closed up rapidly. The grade ex tends to the entrance Into the college grounds Inside of which there will be no grading only surface work similar to that along Anderson st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 28 March 1910

VALUE QN WEAR 9 IN STYLE AND FIT i i . no clothes in the world giye you the seryice and satisfaction that 9 Stem BBodh 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 he 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 the boy's suits we are offering at prices without a parallel. Webb Em So COMING EVENTS. Rev. E. D. Mouzon D. D. of George. town will spend Sunday April 10 in Bryan and will preach morning and evening at the First Methodi3t church. Dr. Mouzon was formerly pastor of the church at this place. Rev. W. F. Packard D. D. pastor of First Methodist church Houston will preach the commencement sermon for Allen Academy. Dr. Packard is well and favorably ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 28 March 1910

AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED: Ail ordinance to fix and establish wa- ter and light charges for public and private use In the city of Bryan and to provide penalties for non-compll- ance: ' Be It ordained by the city council of the city of Bryan that any company or corporation pr. or persona now engaged In furnishing water and elec- tric lights to the city of Bryan and citi- zens of Bryan are hereby authorized to charge the following rates for wa ter and lights furnished: Commercial Rates. Lighting on meter ISc per kilowatt hour with a minimum charge of $1.00. Municipal Lighting. Service shall be maintained from dark to day light; the lamps furnish- ed and maintained by said company . or corporation person or persons now engaged In furnishing water and lights and such company or corpora- tlon person or persons who may here- after engage In furnishing water and lights as follows: First: Arc lamps where the num- ber Is not less than 10 $80 each per annum; arc lamps where the number Is not less...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 28 March 1910

Crpn Batlg EagU By THE EAQLS PRINTING CO. Entered at the Postofflce in Bryan Texas m second class matter. Rates of Subscription. One month ' Three months One year 40 1.00 4.00 Advertising rates on application. Subscribers will confer a favor on the management by telephoning tne 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 HAWDY. c of Corsicana. For Representative DR. J. L. FOUNTAIN CITY ELECTION For Mayor J. T. MALONET. For Alderman. C. E. BULLOCK H. A. BURGER BRYAN TEXAS MARCH 28 1910. LET'S MAKE IT THE PARAMOUNT ISSUE. Another chapter haa been added to the tragic history of the Weber-Dunham feud at Houston. A partisan of one faction waylaid and fired four shots at two men belonging to the other party one of which struck one of the men aimed at inflicting flesh wounds. B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 28 March 1910

' Easy 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-WauEc-onfain Your pine floor cai be dressed in the garment of oak or mahogany at slight expense. E.J.JENKINS RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. o T. C. Schedule. No. 3 Northbound 1:38 p. m. No. 5 Northbound 1:02 a. m No. 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. .A G. N. Schedule. No. 14 Northbound.... 1:44 p. m. No. 15 Sculbbouud 4:30 p. m. LOCALS. S. S. Kelly of Kurten was In the city today. t A. W. Dyess was In the city today from Harvey. Slose Lipscomb was In from the bot- tom Sunday. H. O. Roatwrlght went to Navasota this afternoon. . Mack Mime of HolUgan Chapel waa In town today. W. II. Morgan was In the city today from Reliance. Hiram Willis arrived from Palmer this afternoon. Buy pure home ground chops at Vick'a Feed Store. 96 Col James Hayes Quarles was here from Coll...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 28 March 1910

OLD GAMBLING CLUBS HIS TAPESTRIES. The Gtms the Collector Bought and Showed to the Export. That the collector fall Into a trip Famous Resorts of the Betting oceasloualiy ' bowo b n p'i p- . . . " which we recall. An euthuslustie pur- rraierniiy in LOnOOn. chaser of old tancstrles was once of- '. ' fered Id Tails a masterpiece executed tut uiav rnu tin Jon a large scalo and held at a large THE WAY FOX WAS TRICKED figure. Consulting an expert he was rged to buy but the sum demanded A Scheme That Allowed Him to Be Cheated by Lord Berrymore Wl- tier's. Commended by Lord Byron and" Patronized by Beau Brummel. In America such a thing as a propri- etary club owned and managed by one man la almost unknown. In London It Is the usual thing and almost all the medium sized clubs which are devoted to some special purpose such as card playing are proprietary. In the old days this was a money making enterprise and some Immense fortunes were piled up by the proprie tors of London card clubs. But no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 29 March 1910

and Pilot ' ft FIFTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 29. 1910. NUMBER 95 ' J ' f AA . Our Special Sale Of Ladies PURSES And OmGS COMMENCES TO-DAY $4.00 Bags $2.50 $3.00 Bags $2.00 $2.50 Bags $1.50 $1.50 Bags S1.00 We Are Showing The Only (Complete Line in the City s $150 Black Silk ! Hose ale Now S1.00 200 White Waists Worth 75c & S1.00 Sale Paice 50 Cents & Go. ' Bryan' s Departmeut V Store Sales Agents rtT Rive Candies flf rearrf Nuttn ally's " fie Candies as the best high grade candy mais in America and take pride in handling it. A shipment received by Express Saturday HOWELL NEWTON he list of Candidates Entries for State Offices More Numer ous Than Usual. Sherman (full term). Comptroller W. P. Lane Fort Worth; D. C. Burks Belton; B. F. Teague Brenham; Edwin Waller Aus- tin. San Antonio Texas March 29. The state Democratic ticket la now prac tically completed. It has been many years since there was such a full field in Texas. There are five candidates for li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 29 March 1910

' VALUE UN WEA IN STYLE ANO FIT ft FOR l1 no clothes in the world giye you the seryiee and satisfaction that ; Steffmi Btoch Ctoth& will. They Hare 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. v y We have these clothes at your disposal and ask you only to iSf: 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 parallel. WebM- E. THE NEWS N BRIEF Events of the World Boiled Down for the Busy Man to Read at a Glance. ! Gbali the Egyptian premier in strong language at the risk of arousing anger in the Egyptian nationalists. Friends of Cone Johnson and Col quitt are trying to arrange for a joint debate between the two candidates for governor at Temple April 16. Between 300 and 400 da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 29 March 1910

nvra VII ISaf W 1 m 1 m a n 'v rj m mm m mm w nvmm wmv i fWTOCMfWS COYCMTFD 3Y MLDO1 rAWCClT T IS perhaps the best evidence of American prospeYlty that the Uni- ted States has become the greatest flower buying nation on the globe. The flower trade reaches its su- preme climax at Easter and during lng the week preceding the joyous holiday millions of dollars are ex- pended for petaled luxuries which at this season of the year are re- garded as necessities' by a large proportion of our populuatlon. ' As In other lines of activity there is a disposition to make Uncle Sam in- dependent of all the rest of the world In the matter of flowers. For Instance take the case of Easter lilies. Some years ago nearly' all our Easter lilies were imported In either bulb or bud from Bermuda. Now a considerable por- tion of the emblems of purity which go Into the market each Eastertide are raised on Yankee suit. . Although the city of Chicago Is generally accounted the chief rose and carnation market o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 29 March 1910

I- Crtpi CUg udjIt ty THE EAGL3 PRINTING CO Entered at the Postoffice in Bryan Texas a second class matter. Rates of Subscription. One month t 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 fail to deliver the paper or when change of residence occurs. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho 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'HDY of Corsicana. For Representative DR. J. L. FOUNTAIN that five or six gallons of oil In every ton are saved. He proposes to aU glnners to substitute his new machine for their old ones without cost taking a pro rata share of the profits leav ing the glnner more than he now gets If he makes good it will revolutionize cotton ginning Judge Poindexter says that not only Senator Bailey but also all Barleys friends will be in the Poindexter bandwagon bef...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 29 March 1910

i t ill A CL08E 8C0RE- . .1 - -- - I Easy Floor Decoration We all can't have hard wood floors; but we can have the effect! of Tiard wood at a cost within our means with MOUND CITY CO S To-Wauk-on-Stain Your pine fl oor 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 1:38 p. m. No. 5 Northbound 1:0? a. m. No. 9 Northbound ..' 3:40 p. m. No. 2 Southbound 3:03 p. m. No. 0 Southbound 2.52 a. m. No. 10 Southbound .; 6:00 p. m. I. A Q. N. Schedule No. 14 Northbound 1:44 p. m. No. 15 Southbound- 4:30 p. m. LOCALS. Dr. O. E. Hill was down today from Edge. August Byer of Kurten. was In town today. J Claud Gandy o' In the city today. Rock Prairie was home ground chops at Store. 96 ly Wytuola or near Kurten the city today. We sell garden seed In bulk. 5c t. Cavltt's Drug Store. S6 New Gage pattern hats Just received today. Wilson and Derden. 95 .Wanted Some nice clean raga nilst bo clean. Eagle Ptg. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 29 March 1910

The Splendidly Bred Stallion Major DWard Jr. 50728 Foaled June 26th 19CS. Bred at Oak Hill Farm. Navasota Texas. Owned by J. W. Hunnicut; and H. A. Saunders' Bryan Texas. Will ta'id ;he season at our stable in rear of old Hunicuit Stable that bnrned on Burleson street. Season $15.00. Insurance $20.00 jx AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED: An ordinance to fix aud c-.t-abllsU a- I ter aud light chars (or public and private use In th city of Liryau and to provide penalties (or nou-compll- ance: Be It ordained by the city council lot tha city ot Bryan that any company or corporation person or persona now engaged Iu furnishing water and dec- trie light to the city of Uryan and ctll- jiens of Bryan ar hereby authorised I to charge the following rates for wa- iter and lights furnished: I Commercial Rates I Lighting on meter 15c iter kilowatt jhour. with a minimum charge of $1.00. Municipal Lighting. Service- shall be maintained from 'dark to day light: the lamps furnish ed aud maintained by said cciniu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 30 March 1910

I A lbs 'imy&n WMlv and Pilot BRYAN TEXAS YVDESDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 30. 1910. NU MBER .97 IFTEENTH YEAR. Ttx d Sick 10 t ( 0i The Line of bodies' Oxfords We are showing coupled with the exceedingly bow Price has brought us hundreds of Shoe Customers iri the last ten days Our Entire is' now in stock. Wecon- it a pleasure to have you r WAGM ER . & Go. I flan's Departmeut 7 Store oiam (he garment of oak or mahogany iXpense. SI KINS 3Z aiTL. S. Willlami C. L. Eden aniTL. S. Williams of Folevlew were looking after business hatters in the city today. Uncle Tom Davidson came down Ii-oin Waco this afternoon. He reports good rain In Waco today. Fine tomato and cabbage plants for fcile; 25c per hundred. Phone Horti- Jfiitura! Department College. 99 During thi forenoon ho was dnvVil out to the A. and M. college by com- mittee of friends where he was shown many courtesies. This Afternoon he address.! the citi- zens of Brazos county at thj eoii't house and was greeted by a splendid audien...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 30 March 1910

r 1 raw VALUE. UN WEAR l:it in person or persons furnishing wa- or lights or who will hereafter fur- 1 water or electric lights to the ' nf Hrvnn hp in tha Ktimna rf qqIH y shall at all times furnish an ade- ate supply of water and current for hts to said consumers' and each y's failure to comply with furnish- said adequate supply of water 41 current for light shall be deduct- from the amount charged said con- mer in proportion to the number of ys for non-supply as to the whole mber of days supplied. A penalty flOO per day is here made and will charged against any company or poration person or persons furnish- k water or who will hereafter fur- h water by failing to furnish an equate supply of water for the ex- kgulshment of fires. In fixing this alty any day no matter whether no c seryi Vv II 9 e you the will. They pare 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 reco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 30 March 1910

r711' l CONE JOHNSON HERE. I " - ' ' " "'" " - I Eooy 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-Waulc-on-8tain Your pine floor can be dressed in the garment of oak or mahogany at slight expense. E.J.JENKINS RAILROAD TIME CARD. '4 H. & T. C. 8chedule. No. 3 Northbound 1:38 p. m. N'o. 5 Northbe-jnd 4 1:0? a. m. N'o. 9 Northbound 3:40 p. m. No. 2 Southbound ........ '3:03 p. m. N'p. 6 Southbound 2.52 a. tn. No. 10 Southbound 6:00 p. m. I. A G. N. Schedule. No. 14 Northbound 1:44 p. m. 'o. 15 Southbound 4:30 p. m. J. L. llyers was In today from Reil- i anc 4 Mrs. W. II. Cole went to Marlin to- day. J. V. Beal of Prospect was in the city today. Dave Jolly went to Marlin on busi- ness today. ! U. II. Echols was in the city today from Rosprim. J. P. Royder. or Wellborn was in the city today. Mrs. Mattlo Webb is visiting rela- tlvos in Calvert. Buy pure home ground chops at Vick's Feed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 30 March 1910

The Splendidly Bred Stallion Major Dili a r (I Jr. 50728 Foaled June 26th 19l'6. 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 Hunicuit S:ab!e that bnrned on Burleson street. Season $15.00. Insurance $20.00 Major Dillard Jr. 50728 it a handsome bay stallion foiled 1906. Bred by T. C. Foster Navasota Texas. Major Dillard Jr. conformation individuality breeding and 'reproductiue qualities all combined in one hor-p go to make that desire of all conservative breeder an ideal stallion. His pedigree is rich in the blood that has made the h story of the turf; that has produced game horses and grand individuals. He is the personficition of perfection has a fine head and deep hue houlders short back perfectly rounded quarters clean flat legs fine mane and tail and the best jf feet. He is one of the best looking young horses in the country and has a whirlwind of natural speec that is in keepin...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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