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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 2 March 1911

t A .. --rg' w rn.orai or tha PnKfnfflra. Brvan. Tex- WUIVI H HV " ' second-class mail. as as THK EAGLE PRINTING COMPANY. THURSDAY MARCH 2 1911. 8EVERE .CASTIGATION NEGLIGENCE. POURS OIL ON THE WATERS. TROUBLED The second epistle of Mr. I. M. Cook published elsewhere in this paper will be read with no Ies3 Interest and much more satisfaction than Its predecessor which elicited bo much comment. The spirit it breathe3 Is admirable. There ! With freezing temperature nights in succession almost to coast there Is little ground for hope that anything killable . by frost has escaped destruction unless It was pro tected In some way and the amount of protection in the east half of Texas 1 so small that ft la not worth consider ing. That fruit and vegetables worth many thousands have been destroyed Is certain. It Is equally certain that a tithe of theloss If expended Judicious ly in providing protection from the cold would have saved practically all the property destroyed. Nowhere in Texas ex...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 2 March 1911

) s - v v THURSDAY. S. Seale of Benchley was In the city today. J. V. Wiley of Tabor was In the city today. John Sanders was in the city today from Tabor. Mrs. J. V. Reed was in the city to- day from Alexander. Peter Goodson was in the city today from the Brazo3 bottom. Lum Holden of Tabor returned Inst night from a visit to Galveston. Alex IcCallum of Tabor was In the city today. Miss Lena Lloyd 'of Bryan Baptist Academy return today from a visit to Wellborn. Mr. George' Nedbalek is erecting a modern cottage on his lots In the west- ern part of the city. It will be one of the nicest little homes in tbe city when completed. Tom Closs and Pat Moore were vis- itors to the city today from Edee. Rev. W. J. Mead of Kurten was In the city today. Peter Goodson was here today from the bottom.' FRIDA7. Roger Williams of Wellborn was in the city today. J. B. Neely wn3 In the city today tvova Milllcan. 1 1. L. Rains was here today from Harvey. A. L. Smith was in today from Smetana. I S. Willia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 2 March 1911

V 'V. . I OUTLOOK FROM ANOTHER FARMERS VIEWPQ1N T Civic Improvement Commendable. Farmers and Town People Should Be Mutually Helpful. To the Editor of The Bryan Eagle: I have been watching with Interest the controversies carried on through the columns of your paper. 1 think that Mr. Cook and. "A True Farmer's Wife" are too wide in their views when they speak for the farmers in general. It is commendable In the good ladies of Bryan for the interest they always take in the welfare or their town. They are always found at the head of all movements for making a cleaner and more beautiful Bryan. They take pride in all social and civic develop ment for the betterment or town ana country. If more farmers' wives be longed to the clubs of Bryan the town and country would understand each other better. Let "A True Farmer's Wife" attend some club. Let the cares of home go for an afternoon. Her hus- band could surely attend I' the chick- ens and look after the baby one after- noon in each month an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 2 March 1911

Top Precious. "Makers to bin majesty" end '1m ported" nro 'Vrds that carry much weight to man winds. ' It is strange what a glory a foreign label can cast upon a commonplace article. The fact of u commodity liutlns crossed the wa ter however. In not taken quite bo se riously toduy as it wus bodio fifty or sixty rears ago. 51. C. V. hiisDee gives an instance In bor "A Half Cen- tury lu Salem." Miss Ann M. Rust was one or tbe twtx milliners. She had a lnrgo collec- tion of finery shelves full of handsome ribbons and gins showcases of rich embroideries besides the Inevitable bonnets. Onco sho imported a quan- tity of exquisite French caps. The strings were somewhat crushed in the transit across the ocean. The caps were quickly disposed of. An aunt bought one uud Miss Rust innocently observed thnt a "warm Iron would make the creases all right." "What!" Indignantly exelnlmed the aunt. "Smooth a crease made in Paris? No. Indeed; never!" A Famous English Clock. Wells cathedral contains one...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 2 March 1911

213 GVERSEEflS .MUTED! Following Is a list of the road over- seers appointed at the last meeting of the county commissioners' court and the roads they have iu charge: Precinct No. 1. Commissioner H. F. Stasney. Overseers Charles Dickson MII1I- can to Barken Prairie; P. L. Barron P. L. Barron farm to Carters Creek; W. O. Youngblood. Providence Church to Hope Creek; W. S. Jones Andrews Crossing to E. Todd farm; H. S. Ram- sey Wellborn to Baits Ferry; Ed Puts water tank to' Koppe road; Charles Hempfling Millican to Peach Creek; Ignas Koaprlm Bryan and Mil- lican road to Sulphur Spring'; G. W. Dunlap .Millican to Dickinson; F. M. Arnold Wellborn out through Creen Prairie to Booneville Prairie; L. S. Williams Williams farm to Spring i T oV mart- Inhn Ctw. Drllfnn I " Davis plac to Muddvtlle; Domlnlk Angonia Muddvllle to Sandy Point road; Lee Cartmella Little Brazos Bridge to first culvert on Mosely Ferry road; J. L. Burt Thompson Creek and sandy Point roads Intersection; Louis Merka Mitc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 9 March 1911

The Bryan E AGLE. OLUME 31 Bryan Brazos County Texas Thursday March 9 1911. NUMBER S New Way to Make Apple Dumplings Served With Ilard Sauce or Cream and Suar By Mrs. Janet McKenziellill Editor of the Boston Cooking School Magazint Here la new way to make apple dumplings that will surely please every housewife for it is not necessary to have whole apples and the juice cannot run out and burn as with apple dump- lings where the apple is placed in the center and the dough turned np around it. The biscuit part forms a crispy hell that holds the apples and juke. C Appla Duuiplla. One and one-half cups sifted flour; teaspoonful salt; 3 level teaspoonfuls K C Baking Powder; cup shorten- ing; about ji cup milk; apples. Fill the cups of a buttered muffin pan with pared and sliced apples sprinkle with salt and turn two or three table- spoonfuls of water into each cup. Sift together three times the flour salt and. baking- powder; work in the shortening and mix to a soft dough with the milk. D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 9 March 1911

COMMERCIAL CLUG NOTES GALVESTON BEADY FOR HIS GIRL WIFE On account' of the services at the Methodist church at 10 a. m. the board of directors passed their regular week- ly meeting today to 9:13 Wednesday morning. There should be a full meet- ing as the report of the hotel com. mlttee will be received. There Is also a sentiment among our citizens that a city census should be taken as there Is a general feeling that the federal census leaves Bryan about two thou sand short of Its real population. This matter will be fully discussed and de- cided. The meeting should not last over forty minutes and all may then go to the church service. Mrs. Bessie Lawrence COG North Regent street has completed the grad- ing and filling of her lawn making another effective Improvement to this thoroughfare. There are still some lawns to be worked on. A number ;)f men have remarked that the crossing on Anderson street at Main would be better if it were not so low. The fault Is not with the walk but with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 9 March 1911

J litiii iripiir iirrniiP a LlHoUl WILL Mb .jT 4 u City Divided Into Four Wards Ward jr... President Appointed Perma- nent Work Outlined. In the absence of the president and vice presidents Mrs. Simms was re- quested to preside. The first regular monthly meeting of the Bryan Civic League was not as largely attended as It probably would have been If Its work had received 1'bs unjust criticism. We should have said if less unjust criticism had been given to Its alleged purposes. The meeting opened with a general discus- sion of what has been said about what is alleged to have been said at the first mass meeting but really was never said nor intended. For Instance It was never Intended that teams com- ing to Bryan should be crowded from the streets until a better and safer yard could be provided but It was in- tended that a public wagon yard con- veniently located ought to be and should be provided to relieve the pres- ent condition. This discussion led to the question of a ermanent pla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 9 March 1911

Kntered at the Postofflce Bryan. Tex- as as second-class mail. THE EAGLE PRINTING COMPANY. THURSDAY. MARCH 9 1911. THE MEN THAT ARE TO BE. We don't know who Is the author of this soul stirring stanza. It is clipped from an exchange that printed It in the editorial column with quotation marks. It should have a place ne"yery scrap book and every teacher should use it as a memory gem: "Mourn not for the vanished ages With the great heroic men Who dwelt in history's pages And live In the poet's pen; For the grandest time3 are before us And the world is yet to see The noblest worth of this old world In the men that are to "be." TVio Vatja hiia rorpivpd a CODV Of the New State Tribune edited by for- mer Governor Haskell of Oklahoma in which the leading editorial boosts Governor Colquitt of Texas for presi- dent of the United States. Tho article is a glowing trrbute to Texas a 3 well as to Governor Colquitt. Considering that Mr. Haskell Is an ardent prohi- bitionist and one of the most rad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 9 March 1911

.a LOCALS J WEDNESDAY. CIDET J. C. CALDWELL OltO THIS MORNING SATURDAY J. H. Ferguson of Harvey was in the city today. f Uncle Marie Wilcox' of Cobb Prairie was here today. T. P. Hall was in the city today fron Steep Hollow. F. D. Kuykendall of Leonard school- house was in town today. Tom Closa waa In today from Edge. George P. Edge was here today from Edge. J. A. D. Robinson wag in today from Wixon. John Cloud was in today from Re. llanee. I T 1 . r T7 f.l 1 1 m Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Coie were j K..:; u"" ' B luu"' "olu lnjhrw(1:i '" Colevlew. 'Dave Thompson was m t)(ay from tj. icnj una in iuuay irj'M fwur jiiarvey. ten. E. U. Peters was In today from Har- vey. A. W. Dyess was in town toJay from Harvey. Will Woods was here today from Harvey. J. W. Skains. of Tabor was in the city today. W. It. Goon of Harvey was in the city today. T. L. Tobias of Steep Hollow was here today. John Wilcox of Cottonwood was here today. X. A. Cotnam of Harvey was in town today. D. L. Foster was In tod...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 9 March 1911

l Am Here W IIS - ' V - They arc the Best.. Remember me when in need. of Hoes and Sweeps tone car of Steel Sweeps just arrjverJ. one car Single Stocks one car Baker and Waukegan Wire one car. American and Ellwood Hog Wire one Car Galvanized'Iron Roofing one car Cultivators i iiv f ) J r 1 Cotton and Corn Planters I sell the best on earth 20th Century cotton and corn planters Empress Eclipse Jno. Deere Ledbetter (one seed) and Solid South corn and cotton planters They are All Good and Do Good Work III I f mM-ST r wrf r I Go d people go to see the Hot Kutter that's the place to buy Your Hardware CULTIVATORS I sell the kind that last and do your work. Jno. Deere Improved Riding and Walking Cultivators Oliver Standard and Texas Sur- prise Cultivators. Let us show you these goods they are substantially made. Made to do your work. No light cheap shoddy mate- rial put in any of them My Stock is Immense Will You Come? Kindly thanking you for past favors I am yours j A MYERS One car Jno. Dee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 9 March 1911

L By Associated Press. Houston Texas March 3. The American Lumber Company capital ized at $1000000 and backed by Hous- tr. men. was crar.ized at L.:ke Charles La. today. 0-lT L Senate Concurred In House Joint Re: '"' olution to Adjourn Next Saturday. I!y Associated Press. Austin. Texas March 8. The senate by a vote of 17 to 13 this morning adopted the--house Jo'nt resolution to adjourn Saturday March 11. There was niurft sparring by the pros and the antis preceding the vote which la taken to mean that the pros will force an extra session if the governor whhes to pass the appropriation bills. The house engrossed the bill for the transfer of Rockwell county from the Fortieth to the Sixty-second Judicial district. BRYAN IS CERTAINLY IN II HEALTHY GROWTH GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN EVERY LINE OF BUSINESS. THE CITY E A GREAT TRADE CENTER Greatest Variety to Select From in All Cen- tral Texas. Twenty Thousand Soldiers Now En Route to Rendezvous In Texs. Warships Will Be Ready In a Few Days. By ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 9 March 1911

'jmiiii Davit and Hia Narvoa. Jeereon Davis shrank from the j sight of every rorm or BUirering. ev en In imagination. When the "Babes In the Wood" was first rend to hlin a grown man in time of illness he would not endure the horror of It His sympathy with the oppressed was almost abnormal "so that says Mrs. Dnvls. "It was a difficult matter to keep order with children and serv- ants." All this shows that he was nervous sensitive which Is a terrible handicap to a lender of men. lie suf- fered always from nervous dyspepsia and neuralgia and "came home from his office fasting a mere mass of throbbing nerves and perfectly ex- hausfd." He was keenly suseeptilile to the atmosphere about lilm espei tal- ly to the moods of people "ahnormal- ly sensitive to disapproval. Even a child's disapproval discomposed him." And Mrs. Davis ndmlts that this sen- sitiveness and acute feeling of being misjudged made him reserve.l aim un approachable. It made him touchy i:s to his dignity also and there ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 16 March 1911

in 1 HE RYAN AGLE A XOLUME 31 Bryan Brazos County Texas Thursday March 16 1911. NUMBER 6 B M WON 8f Majority in Caldwell County Local Op tion Election Was Only Eleven. Proa Will Probably Contest. a I Iiy Associated Press. . I.ockhart Texas. March 13. As the antl-prohlbltlonists won In the local nitlon lftlon held In PalilweH coun- y Saturday by only 11 votes it is irobable tlio prohibitionists will con- est the result. Regulation j extinction These Are the Two Horns of the Dilemma Confronting the Cot- ton Exchanges. I .Spiteful to The Jiryan Eai;lc.l New Orleans. La. .March 10. The- ftines-Uemocrut this morning rays: Hither Kovernment regulation or ex action according to h L. Maxwell bo is one of the largest cotton prod- ;iL.i in the South is the arbitrary fosipect beforo the future cotton trad- IK exchanges. Mr. Maxwell opimiscb fislatlon of tho Scott anti-future ding tyic which lie Bays would rob m and ull other cotton producers td cotton handlers of the important eneflta that acc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 16 March 1911

ii 1 ... !! if! s! 1 1 if if V The power behind the dough must be quick and positive in action it must produce certain satisfactory results and jet be pure and wholesome. K C Baking Powder is the scientific com- . bination of all these desirable qualities. Hundreds of thousands of good housewives know that we and we ask yott for your Powder at least once. Guaranteed pure under all pure food . laws. Your erocer will return your money if you are not pleased. It will solve How to get the 77ie A C Cook's Cook containing 90 tested eastlv-made recipes sent free upon receipt of the colored certificate packed in the2&-cent Z Mfg. DISTRESSING ACCIDENT Little Boy Accidentally Shot by His Brother with Pistol Which Had Been Discarded. The twelve-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hebron was shot by hU brother sixteen years of age late Friday afternoon and the little fellow is In a most critical condition. It Is the old story of a discarded gun which was supposed to have been empty and neither...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 16 March 1911

J Am Mem With ike Goods They are the Best. Remember me when in need of Hoes and Sweeps one car of Steel Sweeps just arrived one car Single Stocks one car Baker and Waukcgan Wire one car American and Ell wood Hog Wire one Car Galvanized Iron Roofing one car Cultivators Cotton and Corn Plantrs I sell the best on earth. 20th Century cotton and corn planters Empress Eclipse Jno. Dccrc Ledbetter (one seed) and Solid South corn and cotton planters They are All Good and Do Good Work 1 - fit. Good people go to see the Hot Kutter that's the place to buy Your Hardware i3 CUL TIVA TORS I sell the kind that last and do your work. Jno. Deere Improved Riding and Walking Cultivators Oliver Standard and Texas Sur- prise Cultivators. Let us show you these goods they are substantially made. Made to do your work. No light cheap shoddy mate- rial put in any of them - My Stock is Immense Will You Come? Kindly thanking you for past favors I am yours ALLEN MYERS One car Jno. Deere Oliver 2Uth Century Empr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 16 March 1911

tinier at the Postofltce Bryan Tex js. aw soud rlflst mall. THK. KAGI.K PRINTING COMPANY. 1 A hundred moneyed men represent- any of the favored interests can go before congress and get almost any thing they ask for. Suppose a hundred farmers went to Washington to per- suade congress to do something to en tourage agriculture which is the basis ;of all prosperity hew much Influence THURSDAY MARCH 16 1911. ! would they have? Under the present Promotion board have assembled! Tne San Anel Standard calls at- Promotion boards have amDlea tentlon t0 the fact tnat when President at all the larger military posts for the Polk iu m- ordered the American purpose of passing on the eligibility of army to rendezvous at Corpus Chrlsti line officers and field officers below it was given out that it was only for the rank of colonel for promotion. It the purpoK of mane uyerlng. Le t us I tj sitiu r nave a government oi me - J trusts for the trusts and by the trusts. CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GOOD- j What ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 16 March 1911

LOCALS St . . m tr . A LARGE HOG. this! man druff ifferT n ; it ie of ts. and effl- tum lable iting orlte .Ten- The very Men if? jars ork. i. iffer hlld kid- ' i It: xas. Tea: I no ) no II a eat- i In 8 tO af- SOe. sole -and frnm TTarvPV. Mr. and Mrs.E. II. Astln and Mrs. Mr. S. C. Wolton today butchered a Yorkshire hog which was one of the largest ever seen by The Eagle re- porter who was Invited to Inspect the animal. After being butchered and scraped the hog was hoisted by means U. 11. abuii leu ujuciy iut a una iu tne v ll T.I . H ' U uaiius aim run tvunu Mr and Mra. Harrv Hiwlunn of Paid. well spent yesterday In the city with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Myers. Gib Foster was In today from Rosprlm. ' G. W. McMichael wa3 here today from Tabor. Clarence Skalns of Wlxon. was in i- THTTnsnAY. (n i.i'ii. - . IT . .. . n. it. cin.-i went to iiuu&iuu iu- Kosnrek wa3 here today from a. ' L Wllliiinis was here toJay from ew. i Sutton was down from Duncti- Artr a ttfriunh U'ri4 tn tnwn tnilnv ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 16 March 1911

. ; t : .4 . . ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' ' ' " ! i; i j ) 111 DAY BATTLE AT CASAS GRANDES Insurrectos Under Madero Defeated with Lost of Machine Guns Horses and Part of His Army. By Associated Press. El Paso Texas March 9. Provis- ional President Madero Is said to have been defeated In an all-day battle Monday at Casas Grandes. Uix hun- dred on each side were engaged. Ma- dero retreated and it Is reported he lost three machine guns and many horses and part of his command has disappeared. PRACTICAL PLAN Fill In the editorial columns of The Eagle a few days ago a suggestion was made that Bryan needs a market house where the farmers of Brazos county could dispose of their products In any quantity and of any kind. This was noticed by several of our readers and since that time an Eagle reporter has had opportunity to hear expres- sions of opinion on the subject by sev- eral citizens. The matter Is not one to be argued as even the least interested person can see the value of such an Institu- tion...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 16 March 1911

55' i Better be Safe than Sony V We offer to depositors absolute Safety ' AND UNEXCELLED SERVICE lilt iff at nuilVUUl uunn uryan Capital 5100000.00 - Surplus (earned) 8100000.00 DIRECTORS J. W. Howell G. M. Bryan Jr. H. O. Boatwright L. Mclnnis R. W". Howell. A Death Lure. According to traditlvn. Kenltb. the legendary king of Scotland wns al- lured to bis death In a most novel man- ner. Kenlth bad slain a son arid broth- er of Fcnnella. who to be nvetiKed or- dered Wlltus. a famous silversmith to construct a death dealing statue of sil- ver. In Its right ''and the statue held a basin nnd In the left hand nu apple of purego1iL both set with diamonds and other precious stones. To touch the apple was to defy death. It being o arranged that any one guilty of och vqndallsm would be immediately riddled by jiolsoned arrows shot from openings In the body of the statue. Kenlth was Invited to Inspect the won der and. as Fcnnella had hoped he tried to pluck the precious Imitation fruit When hi...

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