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

George Washington could not tell a lie. We can but won't. What we tell you about Mound City Point you can depend on. E.J.JENKINS RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. A T. C. Schedule. No. 3 northbound 11:25 am. No. 6 northbound 1:02 a.m. No. 9 northbound 2:20 p.m. No. 2 southbound 2:47 p.m. No. 6 southbound .2:62 a.m. No. 10 southbound ".. 3:45 p.m. I. A a N. Schedule. No.' 14 northbound 1:44 p.m. No. 15 southbound 4:30 p.m. ' Dr. T. H. Morris went to Dallas to- John Wlckes went to Houston yes- terday. Q. W. Dunlap was up today from Mllllcan. W. S. Wilson Sr. went to Houston yesterday. Rev. Roud Nash or Edge was In the city today. Joe Pletzer returned yesterday from a visit to Mart. John McCallum of near Tabor was la the city today. You'll want it at noon and again at night What? 115 D. S. Lloyd Jr. was In the city Jo- day from Reliance. J. C. Vlck for all kinds of poultry food. Phone 376. 114 J. M. and J. P. Royder were up to- day from Wellborn. J. M. Olsen was In the city today from Steep Hollo...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 18 April 1910

! IIEUS in IB Marion-Overland Events of the World Boiled Down for the Busy Man to Read at a I. . ' Glance. An eastbound train" carrying tbe China-Japan mail was held up and robbcVhy two masked men near Be' nicla .California.;. Nine registered mail pouches were taken but the pas- sengers were not disturbed. m n d n MiaTOinnib3)DOes Factory is the latest enterprise tor Bryan we have installed I asoline engine and other fixtures and have an up-to-date plant. Make specialty of famishing CREAM FOR PICNICS or for your home Id any quantity. We guarantee our cream to be ABSOLUTELY PURE and nvite the ladies to call and see it made. Parlors Newly Decorated. Th: Mzrion Flyer $1850. The Overland $1000 to $1500 Make yourself comfortable by furnishing; your porch with our Arm Chairs Rockers Settees and Swings Attorney General Major of Missouri has Instiuted suit against the National Harvester Company to oust it from doing business in that state. For Catalogue and demonstation Write or Phone HOLME...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 19 April 1910

59 and Pilot v. .f FIFTEENTH YEAR. I5RYAN TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 19. 1910. NUMBER 115 0: A. J.' Wagner & Co. Department store syndicate (inc) A. Bryan llavasota Mexia BIG SALE For particulars see other secti- on of this" paper NOW ON You'll Want it at Noon And Again at Night What? HURRAH FOR THE CADET8I Students of A. and M. Raise 110000 for Alumni Memorial Y. M. C. A. Bulding. j. College StatlooJTrttas April 18. Almost ten thousand dollars Is the amount that was subscribed by stu- dents of the A. and M. College of Texas toward the building fund of the Alumni Memorial Y. M. C. A. building to be erected on the campus of the Institution this amount being given at a monster mass meeting of the students held Sunday night and there are over three hundred boys yet to hear from. This voluntary subscription by the Mliiftf.ntH fihnu'H the enthiialflnm with I which the proportion for the erection rthe er is belnr or r Y. M. t . A. iMilltling Is helng i- ! parted by tlie student hot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 19 April 1910

iWtVWjl UNGEKIE DRESSES; A An admiral presentation of the season's prettiest styles. The dainty creations with their MOT OF STYLES prolusion ot laces and embroideries beggars description. 1 o appreciate tne eiaoorate snow- ing you must see it. The price range on these pretty dresses is very broad beginning at $3.98 for a simple dainty frock on up to $25 for models of exclusive imported creations. NEW SHIRT WAISTS GALORE A superb display of beautiful creations for Spring and Summer; Delicate laces dainty sheer lawn and Lingerie soft luxurious silks smart linens handsome embroidery were never so effectively employed in the creation of beauti- ful waist. No matter what your fancy may be we have it and we name absolutely the lowest prices at all times. Where Style Predominates WEBB BROS. Drgan Batlg EagU By THE EA0L5 PRINTING CO. Entered at the Postofflce in Bryan Texas .1 second class matter. Rates of Subscription. One month ; $ 40 Three months 100 One year .' 4 00 Advertising rates on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 19 April 1910

BOY3 CORN CLUB MEETING. Mr. W. L. Edge Makes Valuable Sug- gestions for Helping the Boy? Out ft 1 Said Matting Art Squares Rugs Porch Roe'icr n 0 George Washington could not tell a lie. We can but won't. What we tell you about MOUnd City Paiflt you can depend on. E.J.JENKINS J RAILROAD TIME CARD. ' H A T. C. 8chedule. No. 3 northbound ....... .11:25 a.m. No. 5 northbound 1:02 a.m. No. 9 northbound..... 2:20 p.m. No. 2 southbound ..; 2:47 p.m. No. 6 southbound 2:52 a.m. No. 10 southbound 3:45 p.m. I. & 6. N. Schedule. No 14. northbound 1:44 p.m. No. 15 southbound 4:30 p.m. Rev. W. W. Daup visited Hearne to- day J. D. Prlddy visited Mumford today on business. Architect Jones of Houston was In the city today. John Battle of Allenfarm was In the city today. A. W. Chlnskl of Navasota was In the city today. Rev. V. J. Meads of Kurten was In the city today. You'll want It at noon and again at night What? 115 Mrs. S. W. Meredith went to Mllli- can this afternoon. J. Harris was In the ct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 19 April 1910

n cr n BIG FARMING PROJECT f I 1 r: Marion-Overland Aiuftbinniob.ile' Tbs Maion Flyer 81850. The Overland $1000 to $1500 For Catalogue and demonstation Write of Phone Hearne Texas C.C. PARSONS ESTABLISHED 1895 J. J. RAY Parsons Bottling Works STCAM POWER PARSONS & RAY PhOP'RS. Tin Second Largest and Best Equipped Bottling Plintjin Texas Latest Improved Carbonators Bottle Washers and other Machinery. .Two Systems of Stoppering Crown Cork and Spring Stopper. Perfect cleanliness and strict sanitation observed' throught all departments of our Factory. 16 year of close study and practical experience in the bottling business our ONLY SPECIALTY. A large list of appreciative and satished customers. In addition to our production of SODA WATERS all flavors of superb quality and high standard with which the trade is familiar we have the Sole Agency in our territory for he bottling and sale of the following Specialty Drinks of pronounced merit and popularity namely: DR. PEPPER; COCA-COLA JE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 20 April 1910

and Pilot FIFTEENTH YlAR. BRYAN ''TEXAS WEDNKMMY AFTERNOON APRIL 20. 1910. NUMBER 116 0: A. J. Wagner i a Co. Department store syndicate (inc) Sin? Bryan llavasota Mexia IG SALE 11 Kit) For particulars see other secti- on of this paper NOW ON You'll Want it at Noon And Again at Night - What? IMPROVEMENTS IN STREETS. And 8idewalka Made at Georgetown Texaa. Georgetown April 17. During the past three months about four miles of cement sidewalks and street cross ings have been built in Georgetown which added to the twenty-five miles of graveled streets makes it almost Impossible for rain to create mud here. About thirty miles of macadam roads have been built into the city on the Florence Corn Hill Lampasas Jonah and Wolburg roads in the past two Tears making a total cost in these improvements of about $130000. The work is going steadily on. Hous- ton Post There is food for thought and lots of it. Bryan and Brazos county hare i spent more than that in the past few years on streets and roa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 20 April 1910

t m-"sr tit- " " LINGERIE MESSES; A U10T OF STYLES An admiral presentation of the season's prettiest styles the dainty creations witn their profusion of laces and embroideries beggars descriptionf To appreciate the elaborate Row- ing you must see it. The price range on these pretty dresses is very broad beginning at $3.98 for a simple dainty frock on up to $25 for models of exclusive imported creations. NEW SHIRT WAISTS GALORE A superb display of beautiful creations for Spring and Summer. Delicate laces dainty sheer lawn and Lingerie soft luxurious silks smart linens handsome embroidery were never so effectively employed in the creation of beauti- ful waist. No matter what your fancy may be we have it and we name absolutely the lowest prices at all times. Where Style Predominates WBB BROS. 1 T ..... ' By THE EAGLS PRINTING CO. Entered at the Poetofflce in Bryan Texaa - second class matter. v v. striking contrast to the oraendus si lence that broods over Kaufman coun- ty the habitat ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 20 April 1910

I SMMETHE' IT -r 'ri UMER0U8 are the descriptions that bare been' published of the Yosemlte Valley but none complete nor will pen ever W AVI express In adequate manner the beauties the charms the grandeur of so marvelous a place of hich one might well say that It la a terrestlal paradise. The Yosemlte Valley la situated In the heart of the Sierra Nevadas al- most In the middle of the state of California and between the eastern and western foothills of the moun- tains the distance between them be- tas a little more than 120 kilometers. The word Yosemlte Is an English corruption of the Indian expression "AJomltal" (Big Gray Dear) which It la supposed was the nickname of an Indian chief and is the name ap- plied to a tribe that llred in the re- gion stretching eastward from the talley to the plains.' Howerer the Word was not the name which the Indians gave the Talley for they called It "Awahnl." which is equivalent to the Spanish word "canon." Formerly the valley was Inaccessi- ble for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 20 April 1910

i ; r if r f 1 I I IX)T 2 Hoys Wash and Wool Knee Pants extra well n.ade regular 5l)c qualities odd and end clean-up price only . 13c LOT 3 Ladles' Shirt Waists In Black Spleens fancy colored Organdies and Flannelettes worth up to $1-25 odd and end clean-up price 29c IX)T 4 Yard Roods In odd and end reinnenU original values ranging 6c to l!'c( p r. yard odd and end clean- up i'f!;f j;'". 3q LOT S ' Hundreds of rlhrs' worth of Silks of civeiy descr'piiim. Mack and co'rr. plain and fancy all new fresh Bilks- piled up as rMs and endd at odd and end clean-up' prices. LOT !' Ladies' Finest lue-js Shoes In patent vil kid and oilier fine leathers ncnest dress styles. In turn and welt soles wcith up to $4.1)0 odd and end clenn-un price $1.69 LOT 11 Men's- Fine Soft Felt Hats $1.7." t( !.00 values odd and end clcsn-up price 78c LOT 12 .Men's Fine Custom Tailored Suits worth up to $8.50. odd and end clean-nn price ; $2.93 LOT 13 Hest grade ready-made Pil- low cases nicely finished worth lfc a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 20 April 1910

f .1ft b Said George Washington could4 not tell a lie. 'We 'can but won't. What we tell you about MOUnd City Paint you can depend on. E.J. JENKINS THE j NEWS III BB1EF Events of the World Eoiled Down for the Busy Man to Read at a Glance. Tbere Is a big schism acng the woman-suffragists caused ly the ef fort of wealthy society v.ur.cn t oca- ; trol the organization patting Art Squares jugs Porcli Roo'igjO Ai.;. i he in- . . T RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. A T. C. Schedule. No. 3 northbound ........11:25 a.m. No. 6 northbound 1:02 a.m. No. 9 northbound 2:20 p.m. No. 2 southbound... 2:47 p.m. No. 6 southbound "....'....2:52 a.m. No. 10 southbound 3:45 p.m. I. A Q. N. Schedule. No 14 northbound 1:44 p.m. No. 13 southbound 4:30 p.m. t Congressman Utir;.-soa vestigatlon of gambling In cotton fu- tures smacks of sectionalism. A. W. Wllkerson went to Hearne to- day. Sam J3. Wilson went to Dallas to- day. t tir. W. A. Smith was up today from Milllcan... John Dyess of Harvey was in the city today. Y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 20 April 1910

C. C. PARSONS r ESTABLISHED 1806 J. J. RAY if Parsons Bottling Works . STEAM POWER . ' PARSONS & RAY PHOP'RS. The Second Largest and . Best Equipped Bottling Plant J m Texas Latwi improved Carbonators Bottle Washer and other Machinery. 'I wo Systems of Stoppering Crown Cork and Spring Stopper. Perfect cleanliness and strict sanitation observed' throught all departments of our Factory.' 16 year of close Mudy and practical experience in the bottling busing. our ONLY SPECIALTY A large list of appreciative and satisfied customers. In addition to our production of SODA WATERS all flavors of superb quality and high standard with which the trade is familiar we luve the Sole Agency in our territory for he bottling and Kale of the following Specialty Drinks of pronounced merit and popularity namely: DR. PEPPER. COCA-COLA JERSEY CREAM IRON BKKW I.EMONELLA and CASCADE GINGER ALE all beverages carbonated by us conforming to the most stringent Pure Food Law and Relations. We also bottle SELT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 21 April 1910

'A i and Pilot j JntTi:i;ni ykak. 3RYAN TEXAS THURSDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 21 1910. NUMBER 116 A. J. Wagner & Co. Department store syndicate (inc) AIL Bryan Havasota Mexia V or particulars see other secti- on of this pa per GIG SALE NOW Of You'll want it at noon and again at night Bohea's Royal Blend Teas Stvtnty Im Eighty kot ami m Mlar m jmJL GOOD ROADS IN WASHINGTON CO. Two Hundred Miles Ditched Graded and In Good Condition. Fort Worth Tex.. April 21. Speclsl A report to the Texas Commercial Sec- retaries Association of Fort Worth In regard to the good roads condition in Washington county says that they have 200 miles of roads In that county ditched and graded and in good condi- tion. They have a very large road mile- ape foe a county of their size and have as yet Issued no bonds for good road movement although the probabilities jare that active good roads work will le inaugurated in the county soon. ! WORKING COLLEGE ROAD. SuL'rtnteni Countv Road Superintendent Bob McMInn with b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 21 April 1910

LINGERIE MESSES; A mYWSTYlES . . 1 .1 An admiral presentation of the season's prettiest styles. The dainty creations witn tneir profusion of laces and embroideries beggars description. To appreciate the elaborate show- ing you must see it. The price range on these pretty dresses is very broad beginning at $3.0 for a simple dainty frock on up to $25 for models of exclusive imported creations. NEW SHIRT WAISTS GALORE A superb display of beautiful creations for Spring and Summer. Delicate laces7 dainty sheer lawn and Lingerie soft luxurious silks smart linens handsome embroidery were never so effectively employed in the creation of beauti- ful waist. No matter what your fancy may be we have it and we name absolutely the lowest prices- at all times. WEBB BKOS. Where Style Predominates Organ lailg Eagl By THE EAGLS PRINTING CO. (Cntered at the Poatoffice in Bryan Texas . a second class matter. Rates of Subscription. One month $ 40 Three months 100 One year 4 00 Advertising rates ou appli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 21 April 1910

'i !!! . lb -r-''.- T wUMEROUS are the descriptions w ' AVI that hare been published of the Tosemlte Valley but none complete nor will pen ever express In adequate manner the beauties the charms the grandeur of so marvelous a place of which one might well say that It Is a terrestlal paradise. The Tosemlte Valley Is situated In the heart of the Sierra Nevadas al- most In the middle of the state of California and between the eastern and western foothills of the moun- tains the distance between them be- ing little more than 120 kilometers. The word Tosemlte la an English corruption of the Indian expression "AJomltal" (Big Gray Bear) which It Is supposed waa the nickname of an Indian chief and ta the name ap- plied to a tribe that Uved in the re- gion stretching eastward from the valley to the plains. However the Word waa not the name which the Indians gave the valley for they called It "Awahnl" which la equivalent to the Spanish word "canon." Formerly the valley was Inaccessi- ble for ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 21 April 1910

C. CP ARSONS. . (ESTABLISHED 1696 J. 1. RAY Parsons Bottling Works SJfAMPOWCB PARSONS & Ray Prop'rs. Tbf Second Ltrgest and Best Equipped Bottling Plmt In Texas Latent Improved Carbonators Bottlw Washer and other Machinery. Two System o Stoppering Crown Cork and Spring Stopper. Perfect cleanlines and strict aanitation observed' through! all departments of our Factory. 16 year of close atudy and practical experience in the boitl'ng business ur ONLY SPECIALTY. A large list of appreciative and satisfied cunomers. In addition to our production of SOD .A W TERS all flavors of superb quality and high standard with which the trade is familiar we hive the Sole Agency in our territory for he bottling and sale of the following Specialty Drinks of pronounced merit and popularity namelyi Ok. PEPPER; COCrtCOLA JERSEY CREAM IRON BREW LEMONELL a and CASCADE GINGER ALE all beverages carbonated by us conforming to the most stringent Pure Food Law and Kegu ations. We also bottle SELTZER WATER in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 21 April 1910

TIE NEWS IN BRIEF K oss Watting Art Squares Rugs Porch Bofc 0" Events of the World Boiled Down for the Busy Man to Read at a Glance. and Settees One motion Collapsible" Go-Carts Shirt-waist and Skirt Boxes just received. We will be pleased to nave you come and look at them and note the interesting prices LEVY ; 3Y0UR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH US George Washington could not tell alier We can but won't. What we tell you about Mound City Point you can depend on. E.J.JENKINS i I X J RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. 8chedule. o. 3 northbound 11:25 a.m. No. 5 northbound 1:02 a.m. .No. it northbound 2:20 p.m. No. L'. southbound 2; 47 p.m. No. 6 southbound 2:52 a.m. No. 10 southbound 3:45 p.m. I. A 0. N. Schedule. No It northbound 1:44 p.m. No. 15"soiithbound 4:30 p.m. J. W. Coulter went to Hillsboro to- day. Noah Lindsey was In the city today from Reliance. W. W. Rudaslll of Tabor was in the city today. " ' Dr. W. P. Jones was In the city to- day from Harvey. We sell garden seed In bulk. 5c up...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 21 April 1910

n (f!) (n) j i rpj rr?i ir i - V 0 V o1 LjliU Lb Vl) LOT 2 Boys Wash and Wool Knee Pants extra well made regular 50c qualities odd and end clean-up price only 13c LOT 3 Ladles' Shirt Waists in Black Sateens fancy colored Organdies ai.d Flannelettes worth up to $1.25 odd and end clean-up price 29c LOT 4 Yard goods In odd and end remnants original values ranging be to 19c per yard odd and end cU&n up price ; 3c LOT 8 Hundreds of dollars' worth of Silks of every description black and co'ors plain and fancy all new fresh silks piled up as odds and ends at odd and end clean-up prices. LOT 9 Ladies' Finest Dress Shoes In patent vici kid and other fine leathers newest dross styles in turn and welt soles worth up to $4.00 odd and end clean-up price $1.69 LOT 11 Men's Fine Soft Felt Hats 11.75 to $3.00 values odd and end clean-up price 78c LOT 12 Men's Fine Custom Tailored Suits worth up to 8.50 odd and end clean up price $2.93 LOT 13 Best grade ready-made Pil- low cases nicely finished ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 22 April 1910

and Pilot IFTKENTH YKAR. BRYAN TEXAS FRIDAY FTERNOON APRIL 22 1910. NUMBER 117 You'll want it at noon and again at night A. J. Uaener Department j store syndicate ) (inc) Cryan llavasota Mexia IG SALE particulars other secti- on of this paper W & Go. NOW ON Bohea's Royal Stvtuly f vf Eg kty ft FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Present Encumbent Announce! for Re- Election to Thia Important Office. By reference to The Eagle's an- nouncement column today will be seen the name of Mr. Lamar Bethea who announces for re-election to the office of county attorney subject to the ac- tion of the Democratic primary. Mr. Bethea la well known to all the people of the county bavin been in public life here for a number of years. He came to Bryan soon after his grad- uation from the law department of the 8tate University at AuHtln and locat- ed here for the practice of hi profes- sion which was about It yearn ago. Ue has been county attorney about three and a half years his present en- cumtency being his sec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot — 22 April 1910

STOP AND THINK A MINUTE Sometimes the proper thing to do Does not appear to me and you But our acts we'll never have to rue If we stop and think a minute. Our worst mistakes quite often can Averted be and so they should: They need not hapen if we would But stop and think a minute. Perhaps sometimes you'll think you've bought Much better goods else where when you sought Buraftcf all you'll find you've not ' If you stop and think a minute. Webb Bros 4 v I Organ Sailij Eaglr By THE EAGLZ PRINTING CO. Entered .at too Postofflce In Bryan Texas . 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 subjeot to the action of the Democratic primary to be held in July: For Congress HON. R...

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