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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 6 April 1911

tlm-red &t th Postoffice, Bryan, Tex- second-class mall. t .hall be made a Dart of a vast1, Seventeen American girls who mar- fair assuhatiuin Texas inau oe maue a pi " ..uoiim" win have: niRFrvrnnn meet. which is inspired. "'. rS' , tion of L L ; a l c 3 jiwisw j King George, i neir aaas psm ms" i -j ne Doara ( i directors 01 tne urazus for taese reserved saats, tut no doubt County Agricultural Fair Association a, as 'flit: EAGLE PRINTING COMPANY THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1913. THE MAN OF INDEPENDENT MIND. . Robert Burns, the Scottish poet, was a peasant, but In spite of the handicap of poverty his genius waa recusuum by people of the highest rank and he was often invited to social functions to entertain the guests with his brill iant conversation ana impromptu poems. On one occasion of this kind, a very select affair, Instead of being given a seat at the table with the titled ue3ts, he was assigned to a place at a side table. Resenting the discrimination and boiling with indig nation...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 6 April 1911

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Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 6 April 1911

(OT F I ' .-A ; Depend more on the Fertilizer than on the amount of hard work. With J! ,1 ! f f I t 1 1 i ! I. ' I I I; s s 1 I ) I S I.- STAR SUED FEE TIUZER The work is reduced and ike crop i ncreased mm we wffljM mm cwjnw 8WL8 IMI v P o) U 4 HOMt INSTITUTION ALABANIAN REBELS CAPTURE SCUTARI By Associated Press. Constantinople, Turkey, March 30. It is rumored that the Albanian insur gents have occupied the city of Scu tari the capital of the vilayet of Scutari, in northern Albania. Scutari is a fortified town with a population of about fifty thousand. WHY SOIL CONSERVATION AFFECTS EVERYBODY. "What you say, Colonel Exall, is all right, but you should talk to the farm ers; I am a banker." Let u see: Every man, woman and child ought to be taught, if they do not already realize the fact, that nothing on the earth or In the earth will retain Its pristine strength if we take more from it than we return to it. In fact, this process will inevitably sap its vitality ana nnauy ei:i"a"j It W...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 6 April 1911

J ST 4 OFFICERS: H. O. Boatwright, President. G. M. Bryan, Jr., 1 Vice-President. L. L. Mclnnis, Vice-President. R. W. HowellL ( Cashier. ' W. P Bryan, Assistant Cashier. J. VV. Howell, Chairman Board. Oil Burning Route "On Tlma." ' 1 Direct Line to St. Louis and Kansas City "The Hustler" Fastest train in Texai. Through Steel Coaches, Chair Cars and Pullman Sleepers, Dining Car all the way Leaves Bryan ." .2:20 p. m. Arrives Bryan 3:45 p. m. One Way Second Class Colonfsi Fares to California, Washington and Oregon, Effective March 10th to April 10th For further information rajl on local agent or write T.J.ANDERSON, General Passenger Agent, Houstor, Texas. ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERS OF A. & M. COLLEGE Were Awarded Second Prize in Inter national Contest for Plana of Big Building In Mexico. Recently the anco de la Laguna, ot Torreon. Mex'o, with a capital stock of 6,0u0,00d, asked for plana from architects 'n competition for a bank ing and office building of four stories, to cost when ...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 6 April 1911

u tano;i firm United State Government Will Prose cute Men Who Rait Price of Farm Productt. Juflge Noyes, of the United States circuit court In New York, has decided that Messrs. W. P. Brown, Frank B. Hayne, of New Orleans, and Eugene u. Scales, of Texas, well known bull dealers In cotton, must stand trial un der the indictment charging them with "restraint of trade" under the Sher man anti-trust act. " Tha crim th above gentlemen are charged w ith committing 13 in pushing the price of cotton up to uuuve i cents per pound, when cotton spinnerB honr I'palera were trS'lnK to depress the price of cotton below 10 cents per pound. For over forty years the cotton spin-r-a nf tvia Knrth nnJ Eurone de pressed the rrice of cotton at will and mtton farmer "any old Drice" they r (the organized spin- fU fnr their cotton. W. P. Brown isia native of Missis Bippi and has dealt 'in cotton since boyhood, and at one time his modest mean3 were swept away by a big de cline forced by spinners in the pric...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 20 April 1911

.Bryan HE .OOAfE 31 Bryan, Brazot County, Texas, Thursday, April 20, 1911. m:zm 16 FURIOUS For making quickly and pci j Ji! 1 . i V ETA hot breads, cake and pastry there is no substitute for FIGHTING AT AGUA v 1 1 CREAM Sixty Yean the Standard Made from pure Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Lime Phosphates "I am entirely opposed to the use of alum In Baking Powders." Prof. Chandler, Columbia Univ. Read the Label "Alum, sodium alum, baste aluminum sulphate, sulphate ol aluminum, all mean the same thing namely, BURNT ALUMS' Kansas State Board of Health. UNCLE SI DE- I IS That Firing Into American Territory Will Not Be Repeated Intur rectos Concentrating at Juarez. f By Associated Presn.J s Washington, April 17. In view of the acute situation along the Mexican border the state department today asked the Mexican government for definite assurances In advance of a formal reply to the representation of Tthe United States that the Douglas (Ariz.) Incident would not be re peated. .4 It Is re...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 20 April 1911

y BUSINESS HO ES III E TO GIVE EMPLOYES AN OPPORTUNITY TO ATTEND THE TRACK MEET ON KYLE FIELD FRIDAY AFTERNOON IT WILL BE GREATEST ATHLETIC EVENT OF THE YEAR No Business Will Be Done After One O'clock and Men, Women and Children will go to See Contests More Thrilling than Olympic Games A special committee of the Commer cial Club appointed for the purpose has secured the signatures of prac tically all the business houses' In Bryan to an agreement to suspend business and close the doors at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon, In order to give their employes and their families an opportunity to attend the great track meet on Kyle Field. The inter urban management has made arrange ments for all the can that will be needed to carry the immense crowds that will be going. If the weather should be favorable, the largest num ber of Bryan people ever assembled on the campus at one time will be in the grandstand and on the bleachers to witness the thrilling contests of strength, skill and endurance . a...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 20 April 1911

1 "t 1 I Ji tfi !fi tfi Si ifi (LOS Na ve the Goods and the Prices and Want to Sell 1 Only $27.50 Famous Ohio or Fremont Six Shovel Cultivators wood frame complete with shovels or sweeps, only $27.50, steel frame $35.00. This is the best sandy land ultivator made and sold. The price is cheap er than you have ever bought at . c re e let us show you my stock. I also sell the standard, the Oliver, the Jno. Deere, the Texas King, the World's Famous Texas Surprise with no levers. I am in front with the best line of standard make ultivatcrs, the kind that I will stand by with my life and money. I want you to come and let me show you. This is Cultivator and Sweep time. I have them in large quantities at prices that Defy ompetiton -&KtPe2ns& te3sw)8&33msHem was &ssst xznea vzEii&itezzzx ezs3&-mxm.9imto wt.:- i mW'.m mwvun mmm mmna wbbb wf Pipe 1 . '-2kL i-il2 X Deep Well Pipe. Just received one car of all sizes. When in need of Pipe, Pumps, etc., give me a trial. My ...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 20 April 1911

i a r- nv --'-. ""rvw "': v wBi-i.aw w II II- i s 3 f . ! n Kmerftd at tb Postofflce, Bryan, Tex as, as second-class mall. THE EAGLE PRINTING COMPANY. THURSDAY, APRIL 20,' 1911. INTERVENTION SEEMS INEVIT. , ABLE. Affairs in Mexico continue to go ffoni bad to worse. The lour million dollars voted by the Mexican congress to put down the revolution seems to have aroused to activity the masses of the people who have heretofore been passive sympathizers with the insurrectos, and the consequence is that, whereas military operations have heretofore been almost entirely confined to the vicinity of the north ern boundary, there is now scarcely a state in the republic where there are not bands of men in arms against the government. But the worst feature of the situa tion is the lawlessness that is every where becoming prevalent. Bands of robbers are taking advantage of the absence of any authority to enforce law and order to plunder Indiscrimi nate all the defenseless who have anything they w...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 20 April 1911

V S3SS& 3533333533355555553533 i ' LOCALS THURSDAY. James Cooper was 'in today from Rock Prairie. W. H. Morgan, of Reliance, was in the city today. J. J. Vandiver, of Steep Hollow, was In the city today. Mrs. J. L. Hensarling, of Wellborn, was In the clty today. s R. H. Seale, of-Benchley, wag In the city today. Mrs. W. C. Boyett was In the city today from College. Dave Howard and family., of Iola, were, here trading today. Miss Irma Royder returned to Well born today, after a visit to Mrs. S. H. Bateman. Mrs. A. B. McSwaln and daugnter, ' Lurllne, of Rock Prairie, were In the city today. Mr. and Mrs. Trav Beard, of Edge, were In the city today in Mr. Beard's automobile. Taken Up One mouse colored horse mule; no brand; about fourteen hands high; about two or three years old. Chas. L. Henry, Route No. 5. Mrs. J. A. D. Robinson and daugh ter, Miss Bessie, were visitors to the city today from Wlxon. John Friley returned" to Big Springs i( today, after attending the funeral of his f...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 20 April 1911

IES UE.-IFS CROP I. if PROGRESS IS TIE VITAL OF Woodrow Wilson Says Ours Is Not a Party of Reminiscences Trying to Draw the Country Back to the Policies of An other Tinle IT PRESSES FORWARD TOWARD THE FUTURE. Changed Conditions Require a Change of Policies Methods of Legisla tion Must Be Changed. By Associated Press. Indianapolis, Ind., April 13. Urging the democratic party to state its creed In the concrete and define clearly the especial forms of privilege it de clares against In a general campaign "for the rights of the people," Gov ernor Woodrow Wilson, of New Jer sey, in an address to the National League of Democratic Clubs here to day set forth the objects of the party as he believe3 they exist and should be stated. Governor Wilson said in part: "We are fond of speaking of our selves as the party of Jefferson and Jackson, not because we are a party of old men, reminiscent of things gone by and in love with what has been, but because we are a party touched with the ideals which...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 20 April 1911

Cream Cake Makes Yor, Han dry to Look at It By Mrs.Janetwch'enzie Hill, Editor of the Boston Cooking School Magazine When company arrive unexpectedly, this cream cuke often covers an other wise embarrassing situation, top it answers the place of any other dessert as it can be stirred up quickly. K C Cream Caka ' - One-half cup butter; I cup sugar; yolks of 2 eggs, beaten light; 1H cups sifted four; 2 Lvd tcczfootifnls A C Baking Bowder; cup cold water; whites of 2 eggs, beaten dry. Cream the butter, add the supar, yolks of eggs and water; then the flour, sifted three times with the baking pow der; lastly the whites of eggs, licke i:j two or three lavers; put these together with cfeam filling, and dredge the tcp with confectioner's sugar. 84 PIKE Ell DF.CGHH Won Kellogg Trophy Cup Which Cost One Thousand Dollars Do s tcrlptlon of Ear. tremendous magnitude. At one of the sessions President Taft was present and delivered an address. If You Aro a Hon Resident In Bryan, you probably are ...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 20 April 1911

ULI.SEII VISIT BRYAN fill ILL Students In Mechanical Engineering and In Chemical Engineering In spect Big Establishment. Observing the practical mechanical and chemical operations of a big oil mill was the experience of the seinor students 111 the course of mechanical engineering and the junior and senior - students In chemical engineering of A. & M. college Thursday afternoon. Thursday Dr. J. C. Blake, professor of chemistry, took the mechanical en gineering seniors and the chemical engineering juniors and seniors to visit the Bryan Cotton Oil Mill & Fer tijizer Factory. This mill la equipped with all tha latest machinery, it works up about seven thousand tons of cottonseed a year, Its output being crude oil, bulls, linters and cake. Manager J. Webb Howell, himself a graduate of the college, gave every facility for the students to visit every department and to study the work as It is being done. The trip was very interesting. E FEDERALS AND REBELS With Juarez as Objetcive P...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 4 May 1911

IP 1 HE B E RYAN AGLE VOLUME 31 Bryan, Brazos County, Texas, Thursday, May 4, 1911. NVM 0 O (Q) (0) o (ft m mwwQm oooooeoonoooo PLANTING SEED ALL VARIETIES (O Seed Corn, Millet, Cane Seed, Oats, Garden Seed, in bulk and papers, Kaffir Corn and Milo Maize. Hensarling Bros. S Grocers and Feed Dealers m DF SIX MILLIONS WORTH OF PROP ERTY DESTROYED. n i. -1 .J- - a . i j r l. . -r . . . Murder and Pillage Rampant. Known Dead Two, Injured Six Much Suffering but Relief Arriving. Iiy Ahsih IuUmI I'ri'KS. Iiangor Me., May 1. Hungry, wet, homeless and exhausted by the long light with the fire which last night did $0,000,000 daniase. destroying one. third of this city, thousands this morn ing faced the problem of obtaining food and shelter. The known loss of life Is two and Injured six. The burned urea includes about forty square blocks In both tho busi ness and part of the finest residence sections. Haln, which started late at nlpht, helped to put out the fire. Dawn showed hundreds of person...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 4 May 1911

iron mm WILL HOT ceiTROL UU. So Says Judge Freeman, Who Has Just Seen George Cculd in New York. By Associated Press. Houston, Texas, May 2 Ret elver J. T. Freeman, of the International & Great Northern Railroad Company, arrived at home toJay from New York, where he talked with George Gould. He emphatically denies the report from St. Louis that the Iron Mountain railroad will control the International & Great Northern. WANTS DAMAGES FDD IMPAIRED HEALTH Caused by Riding in Cold Pullman Car from El Paso to Houston. By Associated Press. Abilene, Texas, May 2. Alleging that the frigid tem;rature in the car in which he traveled on October 31, 1910, from El Paso to Houston, permanently impaired his health, O. P. Thomas, past grand chancellor and now supreme representative of the Knights of Pythias of Texas, filed suit yesterday for $31,400 damaees against the Pullman company. FOREIGNERS SAFE AT CANTON Foreign Quarter Is on Island Protect ed by Gunboats in Surround ing Waters. By As...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 4 May 1911

r)w .41 i ; u mrou hfi ifi !fi tfi ifi !fi ifi ifi Hi I Have the Goods and the Prices and Want to Sell i fe' Oj.v. ;.;...' . jwjt w-WisiHtf w 1 uin im tJKga II,,. .WJ! 'liWfc VtUWi 1! w?: iir j trf,w" flM" fvr??-'3 y'iis jtt:';,1'wj g?"1--! r-sj Only $27.50 Famous Ohio or Fremont Six Shovel Cultivators wood frame complete with shovels or sweeps, only $27.50, steel frame $35.00. This is the best sandy land ultivator made and sold. The price is cheap er than you have ever bought at. ome let us show you my stock. I also sell the standard, the 01iver, the Jno. Deere, the Texas King, the World's Famous Texas Surprise with no levers. I am in front with the best line of standard make ultivators, the kind that I will stand by with my life and money. I want you to come and let me show you. This is Cultivator and Sweep time. I have them in large quantities at pricey ' that Defy ompetition r t (J""" pijrv J ?rT7: J T TO v. t r-- yTrwj ftirw y", Pipe Deep Well Pipe. Just received one car of all...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 4 May 1911

Entered at the Postofflce, Bryan. Tex as, as second-class mail. THE EAGLE PRINTING COMPANY. THURSDAY MAY 4, 1911. THE IDLE RICH. Referring to the efforts of The Eagle to secure a strict enforcement of the laws against vagrancy, a Bryan woman, who is herself in independent circumstances, remarked to the ed itor: "It Is all right, of course, to in sist on ridding the town of vagabonds, but why have you nothing to say ' about the idle rich? There are young men, and some not so young, who dp nothing but loaf on the streets and In the billiard halls and club rooms, or, worse still,' in the saloons. They are neither useful 'nor ornamental." This is true not only in Bryan but in all towns, large and small. It is also true that it is an evil for which a remedy should be sought, and the quest should be continued until the remedy is found, for there i3 a rem edy for every evil. Every right thinking person admits that no one who is able to work has a right to live in Idleness. This truth . . i...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 4 May 1911

LOCALS 3S5S3S3S5S3S3S THURSDAY. J. P. Gilpin was in Jrom Kurten to day. G. W. Saxon, of Reliance, was here today. P. V. Locke was In today from Zack. J. V. Wiley was here today from Tabor. J. S. Smith was In town today from Tabor. ' Ab Shaw, of Harvey, was In the city today. Ezra Vil3on was a visitor from Tabor today. J. T. Fuller was in the city today . from Harvey. W. H. Morgan, of Reliance, was In the city today. G. W. Dunlap, of Milllcan, was in the city today. Alex McCallum, of Tabor, was in the city today. J. B. Carroll, of Rock Prairie, was In town today. Cy Koontz was a visitor to the city today from Zack. Henry Thornton, of Reliance, was In the city today. Dr. George F. Lee. of Wellborn, was in the city today. I Miss Irraa Royder, of Wellborn, was In the city today. John Sabe, of Harris schoolhouse, as In town today. Estus Gandy was In the city today from Rock Prairie. j Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wilson, Jr., last night, a sou. j W. X. Lindsey was a visitor to the j city t...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 4 May 1911

CROP e Depend more on the Fertilizer than on the amount of hard work. With jpp imminwinjim "fflr"Wp,,"B wtkil TAe worA is Reduced and the crop increased A KMfl) fftTUIEft m CfUIW MIS IMl Jjj AJ N IV ft JJa A HOMt INSTITUTION THE HEARNE DEMOCRAT AND SECRETARY HEWIT. Yesterday The Eagle mentioned that the Hearne Democrat' had charged that the Bryan Commercial Club had refund navment of a bill for adver tising The statement, of the Demo-! 5 cents per line for the write-up. and "Bryan, Texas, April 7, 1011. 'Hearne Democrat, Hearne, Texas: "Gentlemen I am in receipt of your valued favor of the 4th and 6th rela tive to your bill for our write-up, and beg to say that I received a bill from price, and which they had all vnu on March 18 in which you charge ! time in the world to consider copy for the write-up that we ar range.! for with you. Please run this in your next issue." This letter is dated March M, sev eral days after I mailed them my the crat is in the form of a comment on an Eagl...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan eagle. — 4 May 1911

Nut Cake Simply Delicious By Mrs. Janet McK'ensie Hill, Editor of the Boston Cooking School Magazine In giving this recipe, Mrs. Hill be lieves it to be one of the best all-around cake recipes it has been her good for tune to make. The simplicity ami uni formly good results will appeal to every housewife K C Nut Caka One-half cup butler; l'i cups gran' ulated sugar; cup milk; 2cupsJiour; 2 level teaspoon uls K C Unking J'oiu der; J, cup of tint meats chopped fine; whites' of 4 eggs, beaten dry. Sift flour ami baking powder together, three times. Cream the butter, aildthe sugar; then alternately, the milk and the flour mixture; lastly the whites of eggs and the nut meats. Hake in a sheet in a shallow pan thirty or forty minutes. When cold cover with the icing and decorate with whole nut meats. Thin is nlKo an excellent white cake recipe when uuu ure omitted. Chocolata Icing1 One cup granulated sugar; H ounir chocolate; white of I egg, beaten dry; teaspoonful vanilla extract; )i cup w...

Publication Title: Bryan Eagle, The
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