The Sun (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. FIRST YEAR, No. 1, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 19, 1911 Page: 4 of 12
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The New Railroad.
The biggest tiling on the tais for
Rrvan will l)e the completion of the
Kryun & Itra.os llottotti Railroad.
As a trade-getter and a trade
holder it will be a winner.
A revival meeting will begin at the
l'irst Methodist Church on Sunday
March 5th. The pastor Rev. (Ucnn
I'linn will do the preaching prob-
ably assisted by visiting clergymen.
A celebrated gospel singer from Fort
Worth will direct the choir.
May this meeting be a great sue-
The New ('ily Directory.
The publication of a city directory
for Bryan has been agitated by a
number of gentlemen interested and
it is probable that the publication
of the same will be handled through
the well equipped printing office of
The Sun Company.
The proposed directory would be a
good thing for the city and a good
thing for the publishers.
The Colonial Theatre. j
This popular temple of amusement ;
has been playing to good business
lately and the patronage is deserved.
Of the late attractions "The (lirl '
from Rector's" was a bit "rollicky"
and delighted all especially the fun-
loving. Thursday night's offering
"Seven Days" was a high-class
comedy which was thoroughly en-
joyed by a very large audience.
For Monday night February 20th
that celebrated play. "Hans Hanson"
will be the attraction.
The Advertisements in The Sun.
Nearly all the advertising appear-
ing in the first issue of the Sun-
day paper came in voluntarily. This
first issue was gotten out in a great
rush and under difficulties incident
to getting out the first issue of
any weekly publication. Next Sim-
day's Sun will contain a complete
local report and a lively Assortment
of other entertaining matter. The
management wants your good will
your friendship and your patronage.
This first edition of MH) is free all
are "samples" this week. The list
of subscribers will materialize com
mencing with the issue of Feb. 26th.
We want Vol' to subscribe.
Just Received One
( )ne Carload
Our Matting and Lincolctim
and Art Square and Run
stock . is the most
Get Our Prices
before you buy. We will
save you money.
YOU and I
$ are Mutually Interested;
r i :
i neeu oui .set vices.
I need your patronage.
Let's net together.
$ "NTH- Sl:i"
I PARK the JEWELER
$ in the Jewelry line
! $ Ml l.owrnt Living I'rirex.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE
GOOD AND POOR
Refuse to consider the
price of paint in the can
or keg ; add the labor.
flood paint put -on is
J5.25 a gallon this year :
poor paint f J.7.Sa gallon.
flood paint goes fur-
ther than poor : il gal -Ions
Iievoe is 15 or Is or
Jn of low -priced paints.
The labor f tofl a day
and a painter paints gen-
erally a gallon a dav.
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The Sun (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. FIRST YEAR, No. 1, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 19, 1911, newspaper, February 19, 1911; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth317878/m1/4/: accessed March 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .