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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 16 March 1911

'1-7 f.. FOSTER S WEATHER BULLETIN i'STRUGK GAS AT DEPTH OF 147 FEETf Washington March 11. (Copyright- ed 1911 by YV. T. Foster.) Last bul- letin gave forecasts of disturbance to cross continent March 11 to 13 warm wave 10th to 14th cool wave 13th to 17th. This disturbance will Inaugurate a period of severe storms and will I break the winter weather causing a j great change to spring-like growing I crop weather. In the great rainfall ! belt of March extending from Prov- j ince of Quebec to Kansas and Ne-1 braska heavy rains will be the rule i SENATOR ASTIN A FAITH- FUL PUBLIC SERVANT Worked Pereveringly for A. & M. Strong Indication! for Pavlna Well at' College and Accomplished Much. Camp of Bryan Natural Gas & Oil Company. Ably Seconded by Judge Rowell. while outside of that extensive rain j At a depth of only 14" feet a strat- um of gas was struck Saturday in the well now being bored by the Bryan Natural Gas & Oil Company. With this strong indication of a greater suppl...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 23 March 1911

HI 1 HE RYAN AGLE. VOLUME 31 Bryan Brazos County Texas Thursday March 23 1911.' NUMBER 7 STATE RIGHTS Says Views of New York 'op Texas Have Nothing to Do with What Kind of Constitution Ari- zona Shall Have. By Associated Press. Phoenix Ariz." March 20. Colonel Roosevelt In a speech here this morn- ing said the fact that Arizona adopted the Initiative referendum and recall in the constitution was not sufficient warrant for congress to refuse to ad- mit her to statehood and that the "views of New York and Texas on the question" hv.'e nothing to do with the merits of the case. . Fully 125 American and Canadian Fishermen Lost Their Lives During Past Season. fllV AHMftfllltOfl 1'ri'HK.l Boston Texas March 20. During the fall and winter fishing season just ending fully one hundred and twenty- five lives were lost among New Eng- land and Canadian fishermen. . CATTLEMEN AT SAN ANTONIO. Ily Associated Press. San Antonio Texas March 20. Fort Worth Oklahorov City and El Paso are In the field f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 23 March 1911

THE HOME AND CIVIC IMPROVEMENT By THE OBSERVER. This is the first of tnree articles to be written upon civic improvement as it relates: First to The Home; sec- ond to The City; and third to The County. "Civic improvement" implies so much and covers such a va3t territory that it is hard to define its real breadth and depth and heighth. It reaches out and embraces every phase oTciviliza- tlon and has much to do with our physical moral and spiritual existence. As it relates to our homes let us first consider what an Immeasurable influ- ence the early home life has uuon fu- ture happiness and usefulness. Kxpe-rience-of past ages teaches us that environment has much to do with the development of every faculty of the mind.. Home life is the very beginning of education and the recollections that live longest and are most vivid are of childhood's surroundings. How important then that those surround- ings be such as to raise the mind to the highest standards of usefulness. When God gave our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 23 March 1911

CIVIC' IMPROVEMENT. Edited by Bryan Civic League. - ' PLANTING A TREE. (Author Unknown.) What does he plant who plants a trfr'j? He plants a friend of sun and sky; He plants the flag of breezes free; The shaft of beauty towering high; He plants a home to heaven anlgh For song and mother croon of birds In hushed and happy twilight heard In treble of heaven's harmony These things he plants who plants a tree. What does he plant who plants a tree? He plants cool shade and tender rain And seed and bud of days to be And years that fade and flush again; He plants the glory of the plain; He plants the forest's heritage; The harvest of the coming age; The Joy that unborn eyes shall see These things he plants who plants a tree. What does he plant who plants a tree? He plants In sap and leaves and wood In love of home and loyalty And far-cast thought of civil good His blessings on the neighborhood Who In the hollow of his hand Holds all the growth of all our land A nation's growth from sea to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 23 March 1911

sascB ... gD- CROP Depend more on the Fertilizer than on the amount of hard work. With RES UL ? STAR 3b Unrau Izaplr- Sintered at the Postofllce Bryau Tex- as as second-class mail. THE EAGLE PRINTING COMPANY. THURSDAY MARCH 23 1911. COMMERCIAL CLUB HEADQUAR- TERS. The proposition to have the head- quarters of the Commercial Club any- where but in the business section is preposterous for many reasons. The club Is strictly a busines sorganlza- tion; it has no social side and to locate It away out In the suburbs would be the height of folly. On the contrary Its home should be as near the center of business a 3 practicable. For simply office purposes no better place can be found than its present quarters in the city hall. Sometimes it Is necessary for the directors to meet on short notice and they can get together there as quickly as any- where. But suppose the place of meet- ing were half a mile out how many could leave their business long enough to attend? Sometimes it is difficult to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 23 March 1911

ll .11 We Aire Now. Ready to Slnw Yqiw Copyright 1907 bjr Hart Srhiffncr W Mri The New Spring and Summer Styles in the FAMOUS HART SCHAFFMR & MARX Hand-Tailored 'Clothes for Men In no other Clothing Store in Central Texas will you find such a large and complete stock to select from such handsome styles and splendid values as we offer you in Spring Suits for men and young men. Come in and let us show you what excellent Suits we can give you lor $15.00 $16.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 Beautiful Tan and Grey Velours Cassimers and Worsteds fancy and plain Blue Serges galore. In fact every pattern and fabric that will be in de- mand the coming season will be found here. m pf l tQoq by Hart Scfeaffher Ac Mars Spring Hats Over 50 new Spring Styles and Colors to select from. You arc sure to find here just the HAT you arc looking for. Stetsons and $5.00 Princetons v $3.00 Spring Oxfords Many New Toes and Lasts in Tan Russia Patent Colt and Gun Meatal Calf. Built for style and service. Walk-Ov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 23 March 1911

- il h "i Lsdy Baltimore Cake llNSUBREGTDS ACTIVE JN GDAHUILA AND NUEVD Ltltrl Tli Most Popular Cake Tbta Season By Mrs. Janet McKensU Hill Editor of the Boston Cooking School Magazine This is considered by many cooking j PLAN T BURN BRIDGES authorities the finest cake that can be j TWEEN MONTEREY AND (Immrti in ttfa1it" if la r of all I -. difficult. i ipi.j. n.i.i r.L. ' BE- SEPTIC TANK SITE SALTILLO. One cup butter; 2 cups granulated sugar; 1 cup milk; I teaspoonful rose water; 3 cups four; 3 level teaspoon- fuls K C Baking Powder; whites of 6 eggs beaten dry. j Cream the butter and beat in the sugar i gradually but together three times the flour and baking powder and add to the butter and sugar alternately with the milk and rose water. Lastly add the egg whites. Bake in three-layer cake pans. Put the layers together with the I campaign in louowing irosung. Leon. womlcSuiri)! "e aDd """"I sr "mantour is due here via tuif raaiiuiiui a: vireai .uriueru ran- jroud Saturday morning a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 23 March 1911

AN ORDINANCE t It Don't Cost any More to Raise a $200 . Colt Than a $100 One. The German Coach Colts Bring from $200 to $300 When 2 years old i. V M'.'..'u:.'. . THE IMPORTED GERMAN COACH STALLION AT: Tucker's Livery Stable Insurance Only $20. oo The Home of Everything that is Pure in the L ! n E All goods sold by us are guaranteed to comply with the National Pure Food Laws. linn Daly Why use a substitute said to be "Just as Good" when you can get the original CITO-CURA PILLS The pill for liver ills. E. J. JENKINS o p Creating the Office of Fire Marshal Prescribing the Duties Therepf Providing for Its Maintenance and Prescribing Penalties for Viola- lations. The City Council of the City of Bryan Teaxs do ordain as follows: Section 1. The office of fire mar- shal is hereby created. Such office shall be Independent of other city de- partments the fire marshal reporting directly to the mayor and city council. Such office shall be filled by appoint- ment ty the mayor by and with the con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 23 March 1911

A HIDING PLACE FROM THE WIND" "The Shadow of a Great Rock in Weary Land" Everybody Can Be a Rock to Somebody. IN PRIZE DEFER Editor's Note. Instead of the brief reports of the Sunday services which The Eagle has heretofore published the Pastors' Association has request- ed that a complete sermon be pub- lished each Monday the selection to be made by the pastors. In pursuance of this plan the following sermon by Rev. J. T. Cruighley pastor of the Presbyterian church. Is published as the fi;-:-t o'i I he series. "And a man shall bo as a hiding place from the wind and as the shadow of a great rock in a weary land." Isaiah 32:2. This is a nicturo from the desert- help and not condemnation V 11 T. ... Mn At.9 n.ttvlAlt ' that sort who stand out before your mind as sheltering rocks In a weary Hand. ; (a) Sometimes he is a man of busi- ness so upright and honorable so straightforward In ail his ways so pure and strong in his life that all who know him instinctively look upon him as an exam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 30 March 1911

B E 1 HE RYAN AGLE. Bryan Brazos Coanty Texas Thursday March 30 1911. NUMBER 8 VOLUME 31 1 jSS SINGER'S STORY OF THE BIG FIHE fSeventeen-Year-Old Girl Tell Panic lars of One of the Mot Wondf r- ful Escapee Ever Recorded. REVOLUTION CAUSES ' - . GREAT DISTRESS Mexican Noncombatants Suffering .for Food and Begging to Get Into United States. jf - By AsBoeluted Prows. New York March 28. Ida Singer a 4 venteen-year-old shirtwaist maker S tho lies in her home suffering from a V a i i i .. .i liaa lur. w minor uruiaes unu iuw iw lips tho strange3t story to tell of any the hundreds who escaped death In the Washington. square horror Satur- iov u-n fnn ml bv the firemen i hanging half conscious to a spike In ttte rear wall of the building opposite ' So third floor landing. She had fallen ;m the fire escape at tue ninui noor jit the pointed spike caught In her othing and save her life. "When I first heard the- alarm" she says "I was paralyzed with fear. I Was too weak to run.l I half crawled t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 30 March 1911

m) Liu Aii m lyjiyj.L- A- 'P I J Ulai bLn in- Seeing 6 BeZiei;ing Come and See - -.n-ii.T-iw MmuiBlimMvraBl Wfim TTHITTK r - ' High Grai 1! 'UflESMEffli rins and Summer lercnanoise i in jiii Merchants Wanting to buy any pait of this stock at marked prices will be waited on ( betwetn 7 and 8 a. m. on Sale by put I it Ill 1st inTr.--.'" N.Wgwil. beheld bk. Evey.hing sacHSced. en satoi iril isi oi 9 a. m. j .nn with this creat Closinc; Out "Sale and wild exciting selling such as was never .before We will throw our doors w.de open W1 ths t VroU(h the sales manager and the sign of profit destruction witnessed by man or woman. T1Sfj3 Thousands will attend. This is one event that will be re- SeSea err;tedintocash-vauesnoobiect. We will offer the most irresistable bar- gains ever offered in Bryan hverytmng mar. ... v -b II M illinery .. Our stock of Dress and Hack Hats is complete in every detai. Each and every one must be sold regardless of price or profit. An opportunity is offered you no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 30 March 1911

CROP RESULT Depend more on the Fertilizer than on the amount of hard work. With HiW MlfcWliiMH The NOTES QtejHE CITY There has not been a halt In the concrete sidewalk work Tor many days. Only the extremely inclement weather ran in any way retard this good work and the result is that all over town walks seem to Krow over night. The total of concrete walks Is now over five miles. The work of remodeling and improv- ing the Smith building on Main street Is progressing nicely. The entire build- ing is being stuccoed in Imitation of stone on the outside and when com- pleted the apiearanee of this building will be most pleasing. It will be one of the handsomest business structures In the city. The recent rains have made the gar- dens over the town come out wonder fully. A drive over town shows many gardens with early vegetal lei growing finely. The A. &; M. college cadets will take their annu.il hike next week and great preparations are being made for It. On Thursday night Just before...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 30 March 1911

an attempt to induce the churches and the schools to return to the crude methods of that day. .njeied at the PostoIIlce Bryan Tex- as as second-class mail. 'HE EAGLE PRINTING COMPANY. THURSDAY MARCH 30 1911. A JAG PRODUCER. Tom Morgan editor of the San An- tonio press bureau was probably re- covering trom a "jag" produced by im- bibing too much mescal when he wrote this story: "For some time a well known farmer recognized as one of the leading 'drys' or tne state had noticed that a num ber of the hands on his place ap- peurea unusually nuarious. He was quite Bure that none of the popular Deverage3 of the day were being con sunied by them and began an invest! gation. He went where his men were engaged In removing green feed from a silo. Af'er working about this for a time and breathing the fumes from it he discovered that he wanted to dance play tag with his men. and ko through all those unusual capers char acteristic of those who took on board too much of the principal product of Ke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 30 March 1911

rr 35533353333333 3333333333333333 THURSDAY. Jifci FranclB of Tabor was here to- day. John Pate of Harvey was here to- day. A. A. Doan was In frorcr Alexander today. H. FergiiBon wag in from Harvey today. Ben Foster was in today from Steep Hollow. J. T. Fuller of Harvey was In the city today. Jim Swanson of Navasota was in the city today. H. F. Stasney of near College was In town today. G. W. Dunlnp of Mlllican was a visitor to the city today. Mr. and Mrs. V. 1. Bullock were in the city today from Steep Hollow. F. H. Pool of Mlllican was a pleas- ant caller at The Eagle office today. W. M. Burtis of Anderson county is the guest of Prof and Mrs. J. H. Allen. R. E. Dunlnp. Fletcher Pool. A. L. McCloud and M. E. Smith were vis- itors to the city today from Mlllican. FRIDAY. Jack Graham "was in from Harvey today. C. C. McRea was in from thebottom today. T. B. Goodman of Harvey wa3 here today. C. L. Eden of Colevlew was In town today. A. W. Royder was up today from Mlllican. JkL. Sample ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 30 March 1911

iW vfle- V!mk Ready to SSww Yom I. 7Yie Vew Spring and Summer Styles in the FAMOUS r; r: r 5 EAR HAFFNER & MARX I WASSi Clothes for Men mmm. Mil i ' few. r. f .aV vi - Copyright 1907 by tj. C-ifTpM. frf Marx Hand- Tailored In no other Clothing Store in Central Texas will you find such a large and complete stock to select from such handsome styles and splendid values as we offer you in Spring Suits for men and young men. Come in and let us show you what excellent Suits we can give you for $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 Beautiful Tan and Grey Velours Cassimers and Worsteds fancy and plain Blue Serges galore. In fact every pattern and fabric that will be in de- mand the coming season will be found here. $25.00 mimm 1.1 :if:;t;jrAp .i a :'.' :-..ir B'S'.-.f.ivi. mm 1 lt Mf pt t iqoo by Hilt Schtffnir & Mr Spring Hats Over 50 new Spring Styles and Colors to select from. You are sure to find here just the HAT you are looking for. Stetsons $4.00 and $5.00 Princetons $3.00 Spring Oxfor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 30 March 1911

AN ORDINANCE Creating the Office of Fire Marshal Prescribing the Duties Thereof ' Providing for Its Maintenance and Prescribing Penalties for Viola- lations. . ' The City Council u the City of .Bryan leaxs do ordain aa follows: 1 Sectfort 1. The office ot 'fire mar- shal is hereby created 8uch office Khali be' Independent of other city de- partments the tiro marshal reporting directly to the mayor !w3 city council. Such office shall be filled by appoint 1 ment by the mayor by and with the consent of the city council within ten days jifier this ordinance shall take effect?" The said fire marshal shall ' be properly ciualiHed for the duties of his office and- shall ho removed only for cause. He shall receive an annual salary of J'JOO.OO payable in monthly Installments as full compensation for his services. Sec. 2. The fire marshal sl'all In- vestigate the cause origin and circuro- - stances of every Are occurring within the city of Bryan by which property has beer destroyed or damaged...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 30 March 1911

AViFLIL WRECK ON ATLANTIC COAST LINE Dixie Flyer Went Through i Tre.tle. Several Coachee Under Water and Number of Dead Unknown. t By Associated PriBS. Ocllla Ga. March 25. Forty people are believed to have been killed when the Dixie Flyer on the Atlantic Coast Line went through a trestle over the Alapaha river near here at 5 o clock this morning. The exact- number of dead is aini- cult to determine at this hour as five coaches are submerged under ten -feet of water. Ten bodies had been recov- ered early this forenoon. Several spe- cial trains with medical assistance were rushed from every available di- rection to the scene of the disaster. Dixie Flyer a Tourist Train. I By Associated Press. Ocilla Ga. March 25.-The Dixie i nt tho . fastest trains r ici is vi . through the South being made up at Chicago and running sonu um6 Jacksonville. Fla. touching numerous cnn.n -ittfia and carrying in winter and spring large numbers of Twminnt Northern and boutneru tourists to Florida. Official...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 6 April 1911

'1 HE AGLE. Y Bryan. flrazoi County Texas Thursday April 6 1911. VOItAfE 31 NUMBER O RYAN ft 1) In -buying baking powder examine the label and take only a brand shown to be made with Cream ol Tartar CREAM SPECIAL SESSION OF CON- ' GRESS MEETS T Much Interest Manifested Demo- cratic Gaina and Repub- lican Losses. Mil mm. A pure wholesome reliable Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder Improves the Havor and adds to the healthfulness of the food. No AlumNo Lime Phosphate Both Reduce the Ilcalthlulness ol the Food. By Associated Press. Washington April 3. Unusual at- tention and Interest Is directed to the gathering tomorrow at noon of the extraordinary session of the Sixty- second congress. The political com- plexion of the body will be as follows: House Democrat 228; republic- ans 160; socialists 1; vacancies 2 namely Ninth Iowa and Second Penn- sylvania districts. Senate Republicans 50; demo- crats 41; vacancy 1 from Colorado. In the. house the democrats will show a gain of 54 members ...

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

( G0MG OUT OF y 'J : t i i it ' r ? I V f &fe Extra lite COLLEGE ENDORSED Graduates at Once Take Responsible Positions with Leading Local Firms. Prof. Perry holds letters commend- ing his work as a business educator from governors of states United States senators state and county su- perintendents of education ministers judges bankers and business men in every walk of life. Do the people of Bryan appreciate what this means? Prof. Perry is ambitious to build up a great business college in Bryan. The committee of Commercial Club mem- bers will see the business men of Bryan. The success cf this undertak- ing will mean much for Bryan and every business interest of Bryan. Endorsements frem Students. (Cotiyj Bry.in Texas Apr.'l 4. 1 : 1 1 . To Those Interested in a Busines.? Education: I deem It a pleasure to be able to rpe:ik a word for the Bryan Business College. 1 took an evening cowse at the col- lego and at once took charge of the books of ono of the leading houses in its line in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Eagle — 6 April 1911

ARKANSAS SHAKEN BY " SEVERE EARTHQUAKE BUT NOT MUCH DAMAGE DONE. WAS Buildings in Little Rock Pine Bluff and Wiimar Tottered Windows Rattled and People Were Frightened. tBy Asxocluted Press. Little Rock Ark. March 31-This city was shaken by an earthquake at 10:50 o'clock this morning which shook mirrors from walla clattered windows and caused desks and chairs to lance. The weather bureau on the tenth floor of the Southern Trust building reports that there was considerable swaying of that structure. k The school for the blind was severe- ly shaken. Persons Thown from Chairs. I Hy Associated Press. Pine Bluff Ark. March 31. There was an earthquake here at 10:50 a. m. today. Many persons were thrown from chairs but none were seriously hurt. Felt at Wiimar. By Associated Press. Wiimar. Ark. March 31. Water was slopped from palls in an earth- quake here this morning. Part of Mississippi Shaken. By Associated Press. Little Uock Ark. March 31. No one was Injured in the earthquake this morn...

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