The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 160, Ed. 1 Monday, June 10, 1912 Page: 3 of 4
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MONDAY JUNK 10 1912.
THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE
Can Only be Done With Good Paint
Your wife knows she cannot make a onnA Art nnr rf nsts
material. It isjust as poor busines to buy poor paint. If you only
stop to realize importance of the fact you will investigate the
apa wiien you do you will buy
paint question a
Mound City Paint
Eo J. JENKINS
Houston A Texas Central.
' No. 3 northbound 12 : 87 p. m.
No. 9 northbound 2:19 p.m.
No. 2 southbound.... 2:45 p.m.
No. 10 southbound 3:46 p.m.
No. 5 northbound 1:02 a.m.
No. " 6 southbound 2:52 a.m.
International A Great Northern.
"o. 14 northbound. 1:44 p.m.
No. 15. southbound c 4:80p.m.
Po to the Dixie tonight. ' i
A good program at the Dixie tonight.
A good Western comedy at the Dixie
Swift's boiled sliced ham and Butter
bread. Bell Bros.
R. L. Brogdon has returned from a
short visit to Marlln.
Two furnished south rooms for
rent; close in. John Fickey.
Uncle Steve Ihtrlan was a visitor
to the city today from Alexander.
Wanted To rent four or five-room
house close in. Address Box 98 city.
Car new crop Texas oats on track.
Better oats better prices. Vlck Bros.
Try Butter Bread one time then
you won't have any other kind. Bell!
Miss Margaret Wilcox of Austin is
a guest of Mrs. Maude Leigh for com-
mencement. J. Rodney Tabor of Houston is a
commencement guest of relatives fh
F. M. Uw of Beaumont arrived Sun-
day to be a commencement guest of
Don't fall to order Butter Bread
from Bell Bros.
Mlssea Kate and Grace Kellogg and
sc. .IjOuis. wnere ne auenaea me sea
slons of the National Cottonseed
For Sale A handsome dining fable
and sideboard; quartered oak. R. O.
i Kate ana urace Keiiogg ana
odes of Franklin are guestsof
Mrs. J. M. Caldwelk
bb Howell has returns from
"Wt art i kiiMii ht yn ktmllh.'
We are featuring a torn-
plete line ot superb Brushes
of every sort for etery pur-
pose at prjees t induce lib-
Lay in a yen's supply af
Be sure to see our window
display f all kinds of brushes.
E. R. EMM EL
Pure Drug Dispenser .
Everything In fresh vegetables. Bell
John W. Hicks was here today from
Uncle Dave Lloyd was here today
John Lloyd was a visitor today from
"When a Man's Married." a good
comedy at the Dixie tonight.
Facial massage and hair work.
Phone 418. Beatrice Calhoun.
v For Sale Jersey cow fresh In milk
with heifer calf. J. B. Christian.
Mrs. George R. Tabor of Dallas is
visiting Mrs. R. S. Webb In this city.
American Beauty still the best
flour for every kind of baking. Bell
Miss Lynne Wood of Hubbard City
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Webb
For Sale Choice fresh Irish pota-
toes. Phone orders 241-2. F. W.
Miss Louise Styles of Brenham is
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lawrence
in the city.
Dr. W. B. Cline has returned from
Philadelphia where he has been for
some time doing special work.
For Sale Fifty acres good farm
land bordering on limits of Bryan. Aj-
ply James Dum Bryan Texas.
Hiram Downard has returned from
the state university at Austin where
be was a student the past session.
Mr. and Mrs W. R. Edrlngton
Misses Florence and Mary Olive Ed-
rinston of Fort Worth are commence-
ment visitors. "
Miss Ruby Connelly returned to her
home at Austin yesterday after at
tending the commencement exercises
of Villa Maria Academy.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sammons have
returned to their home at Mission
after visiting Judge and Mrs. A.- G.
Mrs. A. L. Banks of Denton Is a
guest of her brother - George A
Adams and family and other relatives
la the city.
Hon. Hatton W. Sumners of Dallas
candidate for congressman at large
arrived Sunday and will remain during
the A. & M. commencement exercises.
For Rent Three perfectly new cool
bedrooms: well furnished. Phone 169.
Wanted To rent Invalid's chair.
Apply at Mawhlnney place. Phone 441.
The J. & G. X. Is operating a special
train between Bryan and College for
commencement. They put the service
on this morning and will continue it
Beautiful Shasta Daisies. $1.2.". per
o7en. to dozen for $2. . Marguerite
Daisies 50 for $1. Roses $1.50 to $2.50
per dozen. Phone direct. Scott Floral
Co. Navasota Texas.
AFTERNOON PROGRAM From 2:30 P. M. to 6:30 P. M.
1. In. "Little Italy" (Selig Drama)
2. A Tenderfoot's Troubles (Kalem Western Drama)
3. Personally Conducted (cenlc-Cmedy)
NIGHT PROGRAM From 6:30 P. M. to 11 P. M.
1. The Two Penitents (Vltagraph Drama)
2. When a Man's Married (Es'sanay Comedy)
3. The Punishment (Blcgraph Drama)
C. A." Glenn of Stone City was here
t ori a v.
F. W. Locke was here today from
M. B. Easters was here today from
O. L. Wilcox was here today from
Mrs. J. B. Dunn Is visiting relatives
A. B. McSwaln was here today Trom
Rock prairie. .
Master Joseph MaloleyJg-TfBTtlng
relatives at Hearne. C"
W. C. Johnson of Beaumont Is visit-
ing In the city.
George Skains was in the city to-
day from Franklin.
George Williams was in the city to-
day from Colevlew.
Henry Kurten Jr. was In the city
today from Kurten.
J. Harris was hi. town today from
Dr. W. A. Smith was a business vis-
itor today from Milllcan.
Ed Martin is visiting his brother
J. D. Martin. In the city.
Dr. Leonard Jones was a visitor to
the city today from Macy.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Royder of Well-
born were In the city today.
August Kern of Corsicana Is visitinp
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Kern.
Miss Mattle Sloan of Navasota Is a
guest of Miss Robbie Nlcol In (his
Miss Onie Reed of Marlln is a com
mencement guest of Miss Mary She!-
Just received white satin pink blue
red and black evening slippers. Webb
Miss Louise Hopper of Houston Is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed S. Derden
in the city.
Miss Olive Nugent of Conroe Is a
guest of Miss Adele Raysor for com
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shepherd were
shopping in the city today from
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Trant of Keith
Grimes county are visiting relatives
in the city. p
Mrs. Mattie Scrimshlre awrcliildren
of Ennis are visiting Mrs. Scrlmsblre's
mother and other raltlves In this city.
Mrs. R. L. Burney of Eagle Pass
arrived today and Is a guest of her
mother Mrs. F. I. Garth In this city.
Mrs. W. E. Hnnnlcutt and sons of
Marlln and Mrs. Valkus of Fort Worth
are commencement guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Carson.
E. H. Baker returned to his home
In Palestine last night after spending
a couple of days--with relatives In the
For Rent Nice furnished room
downstairs; close to business; gentle-
men preferred. Phone 563.
Miss Lena Gilpin who has been a
student at Bryan Baptist Academy the
past session returned to her home at
Kurten yesterday after standing a suc-
cessful examination before the county
board and receiving a four-year certifi-
cate to teach in the public schools.
Xunally's fine chocolates and can-
dles received by express at Howell &
Mrs. F. D. Perkins of McKInney Is
a commencement guest of her mother.
Mrs. O. H. Astln and other relatives
in this city.
Fort Rent Nicely furnished cool
screened bedroom two blocks from
Main street; bath and electric lights.
'Mr. T. E. Miller of Galveston an
expert shoe man has accepted a posi-
tion in the shoe department of Sam
B. Wilson. He comes from the Well
known shoe house of Hammersmith
Bros and is an expert in bis line.
Notice Woodmen Circle!
There will be no meeting of the
Frb Cryci Wsfcr
Fcr Cryzn Pc:p!2
At ni-ht Prices
Fhcr.8 us 2t sny ti.
Noble Mellon agent in this county
for town lots in the new town of Dal-
worth between Fort Worth and Dal-
las left for Dalworth Saturday night
and took the following party with him:
N. A. Cotnam W. D. Verdley. C. H. B.
Graham W. E. Graham M. S. Broach
and J. II. McCullough.
Commercial Club Meeting.
On account of the commencement
exercises and the fact that Governor
Colquitrwill be at A. -& M. College
tomorrow morning the regular weekly
meeting of the Commercial Club will
be held Wednesday morning at 10
Calvert Good roads bonds to the
amount of $150000 have been favor-
ably voted on in Robertson county.
Fifty miles of Improved highways will
be constructed with the proceeds.
TO OUR PATRONS IN BRYAN.
Owing .to the confusion heretofore
existing In the collections of coupon
ice books issued by this company our
drivers have explicit instructions to
make no collections whatever for
same and you are requested not to
pay them under any circumstances.
Our collected will call between the
first and fifth of each month to collect
Bryan Ice Co.
I. C. Davis Manager.
Meeting at Baptist Church.
There will be a special meeting at
the church tonight at 8:15 to hear the
report of the committee appointed by
the church some weeks ago on the
matter of discipline. This Is an im-
portant meeting and all the members
are urged to be present
M. E. Weaver Pastor.
BRYAN DRUGGIST DESERVES
E. R. Eramel druggist deserves
praise from Bryan people for Introduc-
ing here the simple buckthorn bark
and glycerine mixture known as
Adler-l-ka. This simple German rem-
edy first became famous by curing ap-
pendicitis and it has now been discov-
ered that A SINGLE DOSE relieves
sour stomach gas . n the stomach and
constipation INSTANTLY. It Is the
only remedy whjch never fails.
Trips maife to all points in and out
of the country. Phone
H. R. CAVITT No. 81
or leave calls at Smith Drug Co-
1. Two Reel Feature: EAST LYNNE THANHOUSER
2. ANIMATES WEEKLY (12 Different subjects on one reel) . .GAUMONT
3. THE RULING PASSION RELIANCE
4. AFTER SCHOOL (An American Comedy) ....; AMERICAN
j NIGHT PROGRAM
1. Two Rele Feature: THE CRISIS 101 BISON
2-. THE ANIMATED WEEKLY (12 Different Subjects) GAUMONT
3. IN THE YEAR 2000 SOLAX
4. LOST YEARS REX
5. THE LITTLE SHUT-IN THANHOUSER
A nice new 7-room cottage near the
Bryan Baptist Academy. For terms
Mrs. John Impton
A Clareville Bee County
DR. G. B GERINO
PHYSICIAN ADD SURGEOll
Special Attention to
Gynocology Surgery and Private
Diseases of Both Sexes.
Office: 7-9 Commerce BIdg. Phone 666
Dr. R. H. Harrison
Physician and Surgeon
GENITO URINAL DISEASES
Plies Flstules and Ulcers
Headquarters at Read & Stewart's
Drug Store. Phone 196.
Our line of Perfumes include the
most popular odors. They are not
made from artificial compounds
but from genuine washings of real
Perfumes of Quality
are the most satisfying and by all
odds the cheapest to buy. Our
perfumery may cost a trifle more
than some but it takes less and lasts
longer. Try some once and you
will never buy any other.
Read & Stewart
The Progressive Druggists
Phone 196. We Deliver.
Office Read & Stewart's
Residence Phone No. 520.
All calls answered day or night. All
stock: entrusted to my care given care-
ful and special attention. Young stock
broke to work in any way.
OR. ALGIE BENjJOW
OVEh FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Is the most delicious table drink at this time. Try our
Hours Royal Garden Tea
and Coffee. None Better. We handle everything in
the grocery line.
We want to tell you of the many pretty styles in
LADIES' SUMMER FOOT-WEAR
Made by the Famous Drew-Selby Shoe Co. who do not make any but the very best Shoes and Slippers. We have this brand
of Slippers Pumps and Oxfords in every style and in Patent ColtvGun Metal Vici Russian Tan and fancy colored Swedes at
$2.00 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 per pair all guaranteed.. We Show the largest stock of white Pumps in Bryan.
10c Handkerchiefs 4c
SAM B. WILSON
Big Lot Val Lace 3c yd
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 160, Ed. 1 Monday, June 10, 1912, newspaper, June 10, 1912; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth324151/m1/3/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .