The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. SIXTEENTH YEAR, No. 69, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 25, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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RAILROAD TIME CARD.
H. dV T. C. R. R.
3 northbound 12 : 37 p. m.
9. northbound 2:19 p.m.
2 southbound 2:45 p.m.
10 southbound 8:45 p.m.
6 northbound 1 : 02 a. m.
6 southbound 2:52 a.m.
14 northbound 1:44 p.m.
15 southbound 4:30 p.m.
Dr. George F. Lee waa up today
Mrs. H. O. Boatwright left today for
a visit-to Marlln.
James Yardley was In the city to-
day from Harvey.
Clarence Skains was In the city to-
day from Wlxon.
F. D. Kuykendall was In today from
oDonial TO 91
THEATRE MONDAY MV LI
A. & II GLEE CLUB
With COLLEGE ORCHESTRA
PRICES 35c UNO 50c TICKETS OK SALE MOW MORNING
ing has been repainted by Mr. A. E.
Withers and now reads: "E. F. Parks
furniture and buggies. Your credit Is
The Allen Academy basketball team
left on the early morning train for
Houston where they will play the
Houston High School basketball team
a game this afternoon and another to
Miss Springfield who has charge
RELIGIOUS CENSUS REPORT
Cabbage plants foV sale. Phone 438.
W. C. Coulson was here today from
Wiley Kelly of Wlxon was n town
O. L. Wilcox was In today from
Mrs. J. B. Stevenson is visiiing in
B. A. Hugging was here today from
Ring 143 Dunlap's for lump coal
John Kosarek was here today from
m ... Ao s r l 1 n HiiAit ... na in ma
A. w. Shelton of Rosprim was in
E. T. Graham of Rock Prairie was
in town today.
Dr. Leonard Jones of Macy was in
the city today.
W. E. Graham of Rock Prairie was
Jn town today.
C. L. Eden was In the city today
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CHICKENS AND EGGS WANTED.
T -111 nnw ! 01 ism dn.an . nnnA
1 will inj 11. -i jrci uu.ci .v..
bpns and Lie per dozen for fresh eggs.
MRS. W. H. STILWELL.
A. B. McSwaln was in the city to- the millinery and ladies' ready-to-wear
day from Rock Prairie. departments at the Eugene Edge store
For tonight's program at the Dixie has Just returned to Bryan after spend-
see.our ad in this paper. ling gome time In the great fashion cen-
L. M. Haltom and L. N. Glaze were ters of the North and East. The offer-
here today from Benchley. ng3 in these departments this season
Mrs. Albert Hanneman returned to- for the ladies of this community -will
day from a visit to Marlin. j be the most popular ever shown here
Miss Fay Buchanan of Harvey was before. An expert trimmer for the
in the city shopping today. millinery department has been en-
Mound City paints may cost a trifle ! gaged and will arrive soon
more but! E. J. Jekins. tf
or. i vf iwu vioit Pni. JUDGE TACIAFEiWtO COMING BACK
Iao-a m mnrntntr nn YitictlnAaa
Miss Lurline Houston of Houston Is I -Tntfe 18 cWCt.
ty r Mi.a Miin- Knn ! f act that Judge and Mrs. W. G. Talia-
Just received 1200 bushels clipped erro of Beaumont will in the near
ats. Hensarllng Bros. Phone 251. j future move back to Bryan We if eel
Henry Shows of Thompson Creek ' assured the announcement will be
waa among the visitors to the city to-jread with pleasure by all and they
!day will be given a cordial reception by
Give you a delightful fra-
grance and a mos delicate
odor; You enjoy the odor
of the natural flowers in a
more lasting form. These
perfumes last long and are
noted for their distinctive
and delicate odor. We
have them in convenient
size bottles as low as 25
CENTS other sizes at
$ 1 .00 AND UP
E B. EMMEL
Pjione 66. Pure Drug Dispenser
The Judge has already entered Into
J partnership with Mr. Robert Arm-
strong of this city and will come as
soon &i bis affairs in Beaumont ian be
When Judge and Mrs. Taliaferro re-
W. C. Glbbs went to Navasota today
after a visit to his son W. F. Glbbs in
W. D. Yardley. N. A. Cotnam and
J. D. Jones were in the city today from
Mlaa Vollla Tfnrlaneth rolnrnpri tr
fAustln today after a visit to relatives moved from Bryan they went to
at Tabor iuunif put uwu iucic uum avuub
Don't mhs the A. & M. Glee Club Ave years ago when they removed to
concert at the Colonial theater Mon- Beaumont. Judge Taliaferro Is one of
day night the leading lawyers of that secrlon and
Phone ilonsarling Bros for fresh has a fine practice but says he has
home-ground corn meal and chops never yet felt "Just right and la com-
Phone 2rl n Daclt t0 Bryan where he will be
QnA t ra TThlln itap with t ri A Cr)tPA "at home" withbis old and charfsned
Glee Club at the Colonial theater Mon
day night. I
Miss Stella Allin returned to CI- j
burne today after a visit to Mrs. H.
Nice large cabbage and tomato
plants delivered 2oc per .hundred.
C. H. Weaver. ;
Mrs. V. R. Brogdon of Los ngeles
Cal. went to Dallas today after a
visit to Mrs. L B. Brogdon.
We have 2'tno bushels of good Brazos
bottom ear corn. Phone us your or
der3. Vlck's feed store.
Hear the quartette sing good
A large number of the citizens of
the Edge community came to Bryan
yesterday afternoon after the cele-
brated "Star Brand" fertilizer manu-
factured by the Bryan Cotton Oil &
Fertilizer Factory. They spent the
night here and after loading this morn-
ing made a regular wagon train of the
product of the Bryan factory beaded
for the north end of the county. The
Total number of church members
Total number of letters unplaced 96.
Total number of Sunday school mem-
ers 1009. . i
lotarirtrarffer ' who promised to Join
Sunday school 102.
Total number of houses where no
one was at home 27.
Total number of vacant houses 4.
Total number who refused to give
Total number who were unable
give information 2.
Total number of visits made
Total number of visits made
Total number of visits made to serv
ants (white) 3.
The above report is as accurate as
could be made from the data returned
by the visitors. East Clay street was
not visited as the committee assigned
to it failed to epiear and the reserves
wore used up before it was reached.
With that exception the entire town
was visited. With 1009 members ac-
tually enrolled over 400 churc'a mem-
bers who ought to be enrolled and 102
promising to be enrolled next Sunday
Bryan can easily furnish her portion
of the army of one million in Texas.
We should have and must have over
one thousand in Sunday school tomor-
row. Don't let weather keep you away.
Don't let "Boreness" or "sourness"
keep you away. Don't let anything
but absolute Inability keep yon away.
The superintendents and visitors have
done their part . Now the members
must do their part. Go to Sunday
school tomorrow. m ..
old reporter secured the names or the roi-
Snnthcrn moinriUa nt tha a a M r.i lowing members of the party: W. J.
Club concert Monday night. i McDonald. Tom Closs James Wilson
Mrs. Noble Melton returned to J'-. S. R. Huckabee Barnes Huckabee.
Tyler today after a visit to her par- John A. Henry. Carrlngton Starks
ents Mr. ani Mrs. M. R. Phillips. 'John Cox. Sol Mabry Collier Manning
Furnished or unfurnished rooms to and Sam Starks.
rent for llpht housekeeping. Apply to
Mrs. O. J. Moseley. Phone 384.
The playlet "A Lover's Difficulties"
In the A. & M. Glee Club concert Mon-
day night will make you laugh.
You'll l!kp the "youns: ladles" In the
"Georgia Took Me Walking In the
Park" number at the Colonial theater
HORSES AND MARES FOR SALE.
Now in stock one car Kentucky sad-
dlers and drivers registered. Two cars
Missouri drivers and saddlers ages
'4 to 6; 1514 to 16 hand3 high; well
broke; several steppers at 2:10 to 2:25
.clip. Also have a good selection of
Every ladv should see the eleeant Pood mules. I prepay freight on stock
display of drawnwork in Walker's 5c sold In 100 miles of Marlin. . Call rae
and 10c store windows. It will be over 'phone or better come and see
plnced on sale in Monday's special them. Also have some good Kentucky
sale. Phone 377. 'Jacks.
Car White Woolf stock feed on CENTRAL TEXAS HORSE & MULE
track. The factory making this cele-1 MARKET. I. X. Congers Manager
brnted feed was burned a year pro and i Marlin Texas.
has Just been rebuilt
ar'!ne Bros. 231.
Ladles you will be surprise! at the
low price of the beautiful drawnwork
to be sold Monday at Walker's f-c and
10c store. See it now on display In
show window. Phone 377.
MesrsjJ. W. Hamilton. Wade Cox
and CharlVv Wetter will go to Marlin
tonight to wok at horses with a View
The large wire sign on the roof of of purchasing two for the Bryan fire
the Buchanan-Moore Company build- department. '"Burt" and "Bowser" the
two horses owned by the company at
this time are splendid animals and
have stood well the many years of
service they have been through but
they are superannuated.
Nothing but the best of stock will
be considered by the committee and
they may be relied on to purchase a
pair of horses that will be serviceable
in the department.
SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY DAY. ;
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To the Citizens of Bryan: ' '
Tomorrow will be a great statewide
rally day with the various Sunday
schools of .Texas. The. international
committee of the state composed of
workers from all the churches are
striving to have a million in Sunday
school In Texas on this date. Bryan
must have a thousand. The report of
this day will.be made in Fort Worth
at the great state convention March
9-13. If you want to boost Bryan to
the state of Texas now is the time
and the way to do it. Let every man
woman . and child be in the Sunday
school of your choice tomorrow at 9:45
a. m. and then keep on going.
J. J. RAY. ;
SUNSHINE IN WEST TEXAS.
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Put yourV money Where the safety of your
funds is assured. You will make the right
selection when you open am' account with us..
The progress this bank has made since its or-
ganization is conclusive proof1 that it renders
to its patrons a ' satisfactory banking service.
We want your checking or sayings account.
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First State Bank and Trust Co.
" EL?. HALL; President; R ri. SEALE . Vice-President W. H.
COLE Cashier. WILSON BRADLEY Assistant Cashier
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PEANUTS FOR SALE.
i One hundred and twenty pieces all-
linen band-made drawnwork Batten-t .
burg and crochet not a piece smaller .' . j hav a large jot of gpanish peanuts
than h4rtv lnohAB-aTI In IM EOld In . ' v . nn
iuou vu..i .Uw..w ior pianiing lor Bate ai i.uu yci
one day at Walker's Be and lOo store wnel Address1 : ' ' '
Monday special sale.. Don't miss it . . W. P.' BULLOCK
Phone 377... . . .. .. i ; -. ; v.... . D; No. 6. Bryan.
t. Saved in the Nick of Time Comedy Pathe Co.
2. His Master's Son Drama Essaney Co.
3. Father Makes Himself Useful. . ........ .Lubin Co.
. By Associated Press.
... El Paso Texas Feb. 25. The sun is
shining today over West Texas for
the first time Jn a week. Meanwhile
the snow sleet and rain have done
thU section great good. .
JFat R efrty ersted Meats
1 My Meats Are Kept on Ice and Are" Always Cold Pure
.and" Sweet. I kill only fed cattle and hogs and handle
only the best and fattest Call on me at my new. stand
Braatz building North Main Street Bryan Texas
S. W. BUCHANAN j
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Towles' Log Cabin Maple Syrap
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Phones 32 and 3S6;i : . ; : Bryan Texas
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Thousands of the very newest things in.New Jabots Dutch Colters Lapel Col- Htn Knn 7RP $1 flfl Tfl 1 Rfl PAPH
lars and dainty hand-made Baby Irish and Rainasance Collarsnow on display UUj UUbf I Jbf QliUU I U iPJiJU LHUII
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Carnes, J. M. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. SIXTEENTH YEAR, No. 69, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 25, 1911, newspaper, February 25, 1911; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth323762/m1/3/: accessed July 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .