The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 48, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 18, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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SATURDAT. JANUARY 18 1913.
THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE
A bad cold ii the most
dangerous common illness
you can suffer from. To
a bad cold may be traced
more deaths than any ail-
ment in the world. It is
easy to acquire but is as
easy to get rid of if you
will get a box of
S. COLD TABLETS AND TAKE THEM.
E. Jo JENKINS
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Wanted 10000 empty sacks. Vick
Thurman Smith of Reliance was
William Hudspeth of Tabor spent
today in town.
Walter Carglll of Steep Hollow was
In town today.
D. E. Thompson was in from Well-
horn today on business.
Kent Atkins of Rock Prairie was a
visitor to the city today.
David Fuller of Harvey was in town
this morning on business.
For Sale Brush auto in good shape
at a bargain. R. L. Milam.
Charles Keith and Hermann Zulch
of North Zulch were in town today.
For Rent Two or three unfurnished
rooms. 307 West Caldwell Street.
Judge W. Q. Taliaferro left this aft-
ernoon to spend a few days In Calvert.
W. S. Jones Charles Jones and Jim
Reed were in the city this morning
Monday January 20 all laundry will
be collected for when delivered. No
M. T. Love of Kennedale returned
to his home today atfer visiting his
brother Dr. O. B. Love. '
Smith-Premier typewriter in excel
lent rejitur tor saie Dy j. w. uray at
Parker-Astln Hardware Co.
Mrs. R. H. Seale of Benchley will
te the guest of Mrs. Floy Dansby dur-
ing the coming week.
Mrs. Robert Armstrong returned
this afternoon from Houston where
sue oas ueeu visiting relatives ana
For Rent Two rooms furnished for
light housekeeping; electric lights and
bath. Phone 1G9.
Mrs. R. H. Seale and daughter Miss
Robbie were in the city today from
For Sale Nice six-room cottage
three-quarter acre lot barn all nicely
improved on Ursullne avenue. Ed
Meredith James who has been in
Houston attending the State horticul-
tural meeting for a week returned
Mrs. D. M. Dansby is visiting Mrs.
W. F. Lee in Wellborn.
Miss Gladys Barron of Wellborn was
in the city today shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Boyett returned
from a visit in Waco today.
Mrs. C. H. Cabaniss of Tabor left
this afternoon for Beaumont where
her home will be in the future.
Mrs.-ft. P. Marsteller Mrs. II. L.
McKrHh-id-MrsA. J. Neff were in
this morning from College.
On and after Monday January 20
please toe prepared to pay for laundry
when delivered otherwise we can't
P. A. Dale of Sapulpa Okla. arrived
in the city yesterday and is visiting
For Rent Two rooms furnished for
light housekeeping; electric lights and
bath; .vacant Tuesday January 21.
Miss BesBle Ban on returned from
Todd today to spend a few days at
home. Miss Thelma Dyer accom-
For Rent Four rooms and hall on
new car line. Apply at Eagle office.
For Sale Fine heifer calf seven-
eighths Jersey. R. H. Leavell. Phone
Albert Scott who has been visiting
relatives In Alabama returned home
today. He was accompanied by his
brother J. A. Scott and his family.
B. A Hugghinp Jr. left this after-
noon for Wellborn and will go to
Knppe'g storewbere-te has accepted!
For Sale Two Rhode Island Red
cockerels one at $2.00 one at $1.50;
prize-winning stock. R. J. Roberts.
We have received our stock of 1913
garden seed in bulk and papers. Two
large papers 5c. Haswell's Book
Electricians Wanted First-class in-
side wiremen and apprentices; good
wages; eight hours. Martin Wright
San Antonio Texas.
It has become necessary to collect
for all laundry when delivered. This
rule will be enforced on and after
AFTERNOON PROGRAM From 2:00 p. m. to $:30 p. m.
1. The Indelible Stain 8elig Western 8tory
2. THE HINDOO'S CURSE Vltagraph Drama
3. Across the Broad Pacific Essanay Scenic
4. A SOLDIER'S DUTY.. .Edison War Drama
NIGHT PROGRAM From 6:30 p. . to 11:00 p. m.
1. IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN.. Edwin Carew and Isabel Lamon
2. A Revolutionary Romance ...8ellg War Drama
3. A Money? Essanay Screaming Comedy
4. AN ADVENTURE IN THE AUTUMN WOODS
...Strong Biograph Drama
Earl Williams Harry Northrup Augustus Phillips Ger-
trude McCoy George Lessey Herbert Barry Zena Keefe Thoa.
Santchl Bessie Eyton Tefft Johnson Frank Clark Bob Chan-
dler Wheeler Oakman Lillian Hay ward E. H. Calvert Billy
Mason John Steppllng Howard Messlmer and Biograph Stars.
The Program Tonight is Unusually Good
Coming MONDAY Coming
Broncho Billy (C. M. Anderson) in "BRONCHO BILLY'S
BROTHER" and "THOU SHALT NOT KILL"
A Crtat Ftutiivl Yitcgufl Drctna
FIRMER NINE'S SCHEDULE
A. and M. Opens Intercollegiate Sea
aon with Poly at College Sta
tions March 24.
"Wi art J Mmn t.r rW Hfltk"
In The Care
There' are many calls for par-
ticular rupplies when it comes
to properly caring for and pre-
serving the health of children.
You can feel absolute depen-
dence and place your entire
confidence in our store. Parti-
cular attention is paid to the
filling of prescriptions for child-
ren in our laboratory and
among our drug-store goods are
to be found the purest and best
of infant comforts and nursery
? Phone 61
Pure Drug Dispenser
Cotton of this season's growth has
been received by Bryan warehouses
to date as follows:
Lawrence warehouse 13.3SS
Brick warehouse 8312
Union warehouse 7.S20
Local spot cotton was quoted today
at 11 5-Sc middling basis.
Cottonseed $17.00 per ton.
New York Close Close
January 12.69-71 12.53-54
March 12.12-14 12.03-0?
May '. 12.05-06 11.94-95
January 12.27-29 12.13
March 12.26-27 12.03-06
May 12.27-28 12.07
The Sons of Herman Lodge at Kur-
ten will give a masquerade ball at
their hall Friday January 31 at 8:30
p. m. Admission only 50 cents. La-
dles and children free. Everybody in-
All parties having our Ice coupon
books will please redeem them at our
office by February 1 1913.
Student Manager J. G. Lott of the
Agricultural and Mechanical College
baseball team for 1913 has returned
from Waco where he attended a meet-
ing of the managers of the various
baseball teams who are members of
the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic As
sociation. This meeting was for the
purpose of arranging games among
the va'rious teams for the coming sea-
son. Manager Lott succeeded in get-
ting games with the following teams:
March 24 A. and M. College vs.
Polytechnic College at College.
April 7 and 8 A. and M. College vs.
T. C. U. at College.
April 11 and 12 A. and M. College
vs. Trinity University at College.
April 21 and 22 A. and M. College
vs. Trinity University at Waxahachie.
April 23 and 24 A. and M. College
vs. T. C. U. at Fort Worth.
April 23 and 26 A. and M. College
vs. Austin College at Sherman.
May 2 and 3 A. and M. College vs.
Austin College at College.
May 9 and 10 A. and M. College vs.
Baylor University at Brenham.
In adition to the above games the
Farmers will play Louisiana State
University at College Station on April
18 and 19 the Philadelphia Athletics
on March 10 11 12 and 13 and the
Houston league team March 18 and
19. All of these games are to be
played at College Station.
This gives the Farmers a total of
twenty-four games sixteen at home
and eight on the road. It is quite like-
ly that several other games will be
scheduled with some of the big league
teams early In the season.
The above schedule includes most
of the teams of the Texas Intercol-
legiate Athletic Association. They
open the season with Poly and close
with Baylor at Brenham at the Mai-
fest. The games with Baylor will
doubtless decide the State champion-
ship as this series has done in the
Stock Law Elections Carry at Milllcan
and Kurten Court Speculates
The Commissioners' Court now in
session has approved the December
report of the Tax Collector
The returns of a stock law election
held at Millican on January 14 were
opened and the result was found to be
41 for the adoption of the ordinance
and 2 against it. The returns of a
similar election held at Kurten on the
20th of last July were opened and
found to be as follows: For the law
41; against its adoption 33
Relative to the payment of fees to
interested officers in the recapturing
of escaped convicts authority was
cited to a ruling that the county might
refuse to pay fees where the escape
was not the result of negligence on
the part of the officer in charge. The
county will follow this ruling and re-
fuse to pay fees as are paid in other
Eight goats costing $16 were sold
to R. M. Nail for the sum of $23 and
the equivalent of this amount taken in
pigs which will be used on the poor
farm next fall as a meat supply for
U. S. WEATHER FORECAST.
Bryan Texas Jan. 18 1913.
West Texas Tonight and Sunday:
Fair and warmer.
East Texas Tonight and Sunday:
Fair; cooler in the northwest portion.
A disturbance is central over the
Lake region causing general rains
over the Northeastern States. Warmer
weather is prevalent over the region
east of the Mississippi and over the
Great Basin. Elsewhere colder weather
prevails especially throughout the
Northern Plains region over some por-
tions of which there has been a 24-
hour temperature fall of more than 40
degrees. John Daly Jr.
Watch this Space
For Ccmim Attractions
I have leased the rooms recently
vacated by the Bryan Telephone Ex
change and on February 1 will open
a night school in shorthand and typewriting.
Parties desiring a thorough course
in shorthand and typewriting should
see me at once.
Call or phone me at V. B. Hudson's
office. Guy M. Board.
Another Ten-Strike for Madlsonville.
The stockholders of the First Na
tional Bank of Madisonville met In
annual session Tuesday. A dividend
of 30 per cent was declared and on
account of an Increase and demand of
business the capital stock of the bank
was increased to $50000. This is an
other ten-strike for the old town.
I have decided to remain in Bryan
and open a class in expression. I will
be ready to begin studio work Monday
morning January 20. For terms hours
etc. see me at the residence of Rev.
and Mrs. Glenn Fllnn.
Miss Edna Spear Reader.
Radiators for Bed Rooms
Adjustable Floor Reading Lamp
Sewing Machine Motors
Ice Cream Freezer Motors
Mazda Tungsten Lamps
BRYAN POWER COMPANY
OR YOUR HARDWARE DEALER
New Princess Theatre
p Long Feather and Paul Indian
Pianologist and band
A Sensational Feature in Three Parts
On and after Jan. 20th 1913
all Laundry Parcels will be de-
livered C. O. D. We positively
will not make any exceptions to
this rule. We appreciate your
patronage fand know that you
will pay but our accounts are
so small and numerous that it
would require several collectors
to accommodate the public.
This is only a small matter with
you and a great convenience to
us so now "Get the Habit" and
pay on delivery and there will
be no mistakes.
We have prepared for your
convenience Coupon Books
which we will sell you at 10 per
cent discount for cash so now
remember the date and be pre-
pared as we do not wish to dis-
appoint or inconvenience any-
one but after the above date all
bundles not paid for on delivery
will be returned to Laundry
Office and held until customer
notifies us to deliver same again.
No bundle will be delivered
more than the third time.
Thanking you one and all
for past patronage and trusting
you will realize our position in
the above matter and favor us
with your continued business
We beg to remain
Bryan Steam Laundry.
American Steam Laundry.
for Immunizing Against the
Anti Meningitis Serum
IN. S TOCK
READ & STEWAR1
The Progressive Druggists
KEEP YOUR FEET WARM
Put one of our little
Carriage Heaters in the
foot of your buggy and
you will not suffer with
cold feet .when driving.
The price is only
E. F. PARKS
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LOW PREMIUMS LIBERAL LOAN AND SURRENDER VALUES
ED S DERDEN Special Agt. Bryan Texas
WE ARE BIDDING FOR
WE HAVE THE GOODS!
WE MAKE THE PRICE!
WE GIVE THE SERVICE!
Hensarling Mercantile Co.
Groceries and Feed
Give us more of your business. It's a pleasure to please you.
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 48, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 18, 1913, newspaper, January 18, 1913; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth324339/m1/3/: accessed August 3, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .