The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 156, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 26, 1914 Page: 4 of 6
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THE BRYAN. DAILY EAC.LE
AT THE DIXIE.
This week -will be truly a feature
week at real feature will appear on
Tuesday The famous Kssanay
comedian Wallace Beery and Huth
Hennessy In "Ac'or Finney's Finish."
"The Redskins and Renegade" sen-
national two-reel Kalem drama with
Princess Mona Darkfeather and Colo-
nel Ileeza Liar aa a fanner. One of
the beat yet
Wednesday The favorite of favor-
ites beautiful Orml Hawley In a iwell
two-reel Lubln feature "A Ieaf from
the Past" Remember the date Wed-
nesday all day.
Thursday Handsome Francis X.
Bushman voted by the people to be
the favorite actor of all the world In
"The Voice from the Wilderness."
Friday Everybody's favorite Mary
Teller In her (treat series "Dolly of
the Dallies;" the eighth page entitled
"A Tight' Squeeze." The famous
Maurice Costello Mary Clarkaon Jane
Fearnley Helen and Dolorea CoBtello
5iitden Jamea and Charloa Kent In
the beat two-reel Vltagrapb these stars
lav appeared In "Etta of the Foot
llrnt." Friday all day. .
Saturday John Runny and Flora
Finch In "Runny's Swell Affair." Life's
Lottery" swell Lubln drama. Two
rpeclal programs Saturday. Complete
change of program at 6:30 p. m. Satur-
day. AT THE QUEEN.
Possibly the best picture ever ex-
hibited In Bryan was the great Bio.
jrraph masterpiece In four parts "Ju-
dith of Bethulla." which waa witness-
ed by a large crowd all day Saturday
at the Queen.
There haa been a great public de-
mand recently for the large master-
piece productions and the manage-
ment of the Queen has set aalde Satur
day of each week to meet this demand
and has been successful In securing
fine list of these grand features. The
next one. which will be shown Satur-
day afternoon and night la another
of Charles Klelne's greut stage suc-
cesses "The Lion and the Mouse"
which Is produced In six grand parts.
It Is without a doubt one of the grand-
est pictures ever filmed.
Next Thursday will bring the fifth
chapter In the popular "Perils of
Pauline." This series aeems to Im-
prove with each chapter and Is attract-
Ing nnusual attention.
Some of the attractions for the week
which are deserving of special men-
tion are: "Johanna the Barbarian"
a two-reel vuagrapn wuu iuun
ScbaefTer In the leading role for Tues-
day. For Friday there will be the
fourth atorr In "The Man Who Dis
appeared" series entitled "The Light
on the Wall" In which Marc McDer-
mott appears to advantage. All the
other pictures of the week are well up
to the standard. Don't forget "The
Lion and the Mouse on Saturday."
EARNING A LIVING
ON A SINGLE ACRE
In the current Issue of Farm and
Fireside. Charles A. Byers writes an
Interesting article In which he shows
how certain farmera In California are
making a comfortable living from an
acre of ground and In some Instances
from a fraction of an acre. Following
Is an extract from the article:
"Sometimes a lot will be planted ex-
riimlvplv to some one vegetable or to
marketable flowers but In most cases
a variety of garden truck la grown
As an IlluHtratlon the tiller of a half
acre lot at Monte Vista during the past
season telle me that he planted pota
toes sweet corn peas three kinds of
beans cucumbers melons squash
(several varieties) tomatoes sweet
potatoes beets carrots onions let
tuce and Vale. Rotation of crops Is
carefully planned and in this way the
productiveness of the soil Is utilized
to the greatest degree.
"Many of the farmers devote con
siderable attention to raising crickens
....a .... tnw 41. a moabot anil lha milk.
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cream and butter 'produced by the
colonies are supplied by the Toggen-
berg and Nubian goats."
THE VALUE OF OUR
In the current Issue of Farm and
Fireside appears the following para-
graph which demonstrates the value
of the Agricultural Department at
"The Department of Agriculture
does some of Ita best work in protect-
ing us against pests. Many of them
like the gipsy moth the chestnut
blight the scale Insects the boll
weevil the alfalfa weevil and others
have slipped in In spite of vigilance
and like the English sparrow have
found In a new fleld freedom from
their old enemies and an opimrtunlty
of doing in some cases tenfold the
damage of which they were capable
In .their native lands. Recently some
Arizona cotton growers imported cot-
ton seed from Egypt which was found
Infested with the pink boll worm the
greatest pest In the Egyptian fields.
The seed was confiscated as it should
have been. To have Introduced the
pink boll worm mlsht have ruined the
cotton Industry of America. It la quite
possible that In this one act the de-
partment did more for the financial
benefit of the country than Its activi
ties have cost us In all the history of
Among the luxuries of Michigan
Central travel Is a twenty-three-hour
train between Chicago and New York.
Charles S. Mellen former president
of the New Haven Railroad la re
ported to have said that be would
never have given the sensational testi
mony that he gave before the Inter-
state Commerce Commission had he
not been deserted by bis supposed
The Chicago Burlington & Qulncy
Railroad has Just completed deliver?
to points in the West and Southwest
llfty carloads of farm machinery oni
of the largest single shipments ever
assembled. Most of the machines went
to points In Kansas Oklahoma and
Tons of material to be used in the
Pennsylvania Railroad Improvement
In Johnstown' Pa. are being shipped
to the scene of operations which have
been started by contracting concerns.
It Is expected that the work will be
completed before the summer is over.
Two hundred and ninety nine rail-
roads of the United States operating
a mileage equal to the combined rail-
ways of the Vnlted Kingdom tier-
many France Austria and Italy went
through the fiscal year ended June 30
1913 without a single fatality to a
passenger in a train acclt'ent.
The discontinuance of divisions of
through rates with terminal and so-
called "Industrial lines." which the In-
terstate Commerce Commission has
declared to be nothing more than
"plant facilities" has had a damaging
effect uKn at least one Pittsburg line
the Wabash-Pittsburg Terminal. It
haa not had a pound of freight from
Ita three connections since April 1
and appears to be drifting to a point
where Its financial and physical reha-
bilitation will become an absolute im-
possibility and plans made for the
game may be completely wrecked.
As a result of the Institution of the
parcel post eleven express companies
covering a total of 302739 miles of
line sustained a loss of 63.8 per cent
In -net operating income during tbe
first six months of the current fiscal
year despite a gain in mileage of over
Representatives of the Gould family
say they do not expect to be forced
out of tbe Missouri Pacific. The road
has been Identified with the interests
of the Goulds for so many years that
there are sentimental reasons why
members of the family wish to retain
Hog Raisers' Association Vary Aetlvs
iiaiiinuufwA new impetus has been
added to the hog raising Industry In
this section through the organisms
f th. minimis County Hog Raisers'
Association. This organization has
more than 10 members wno are oi-
raniiv tntnrftsted In hog raising and
a campaign Is being arranged to great
ly Increaso its membersnip.
To Vots on Road Bonds
Uvalde-On June 20 a highway Inv
bond election will be con
ducted In this county to determine
the Issuance of bonds in the sum of
TEXAS INDUSTRIAL NOTES.
TUESDAY MAY 20 1914.
$180000. It Is the concensus of opin
ion here fiat the proposition will re-
celve a handsome majority on the duy
of the election.
30000 Acre to Be Irrigated
Wharton The work of Irrigating
30000 acres of farm land near this
place 'Will start Immediately. The
property to be Irrigated Is on the A.
H. Price estate.
Cleveland club women have declared
themselves for a return to modest
clothes for women.
Clarendon Will Hold Trades Day.
Clarendon Every first Monday In
each month has been named as a
trades day at this place hy the trade
extension committee of the leal
Chamber of Commerce. Tbe first
Monday in June la the day set for the
Plan to Irrigate Farm Land.
' San Saba Plans are being perfect-
ed here by C. Van Derhlder for Irri-
gating 220 acres of land In this coun-
ty. Mrs. Fannie McKennon of this
place Is also preparing to put under
Irrigation about alxty acres. Work
will start Immediately.
Road Bond Election In LaSalle.
Fowlertown Acting upou a petition
presented by the voters of this place
the county commissioners' court has
called a road bond election in LaSalle
County for the purpose of Issuing high-
way Improvement bonds In the sum of
ft.". 000. The proposition will be voted
on some time In June. The exact date
haa not yet been ascertained.
Second Road Bond Election Called.
Kaufman Tbe voters of this pre-
cinct will gcjt their second chance
within two months to vote on the Is-
suance of good roud bonds to the
amount of $200000. The election will
be called June 20 and from present
Indications the . opposition will be
To Make Robstown Dairying Center.
Robstown Farmers in this section
are waking up to the fact that there
Is money In the dulrylng business and
through the co-operation of the local
Commercial Club an attempt will be
made to establish Robstown among
the main dairying sections of Texas.
It. Is expected that within a few
months COO fine Jersey cows will be
brought into this community.
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 156, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 26, 1914, newspaper, May 26, 1914; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth324753/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .