The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1915 Page: 3 of 4

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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1915.
TIIK HIlYAN DAILY EAULE
Get ready for Spring. Have pure blood.
W c are preparing the remedy. Get
a bottle of our Sarsaparilla Com-
pound. Price $1.00.
E. J. JENKINS
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
Houston and Texas Ctntril
North-bound.
No. ( . 12:30 a.m.
No. 15 Hustler 1:40 p.m.
No. 17 Owl 2:30 a.m.
South-bound.
No. t 3:05 a.m.
No. 18 Hustler 3:52 p.m.
No. 18 Owl 4:10 a-m.
No changes except In trains 15 and
16. The dux film known at Hust-
le n now make all itopt and aro local
trains.
S. II. HARRIS. AfctDt.
International & Great Norther.
Northbound.
No. 14 12:53 p.m.
8ootl bound.
No. 15 3:52 p.m.
ryan A Central Teiaa Interurban.
Leaves Bryan 6:30 am
Leaves Bryan 2:30pm
Connect at Bryan Junction (or
Baarat CaJdwell and Olddlnis.
LOCAL AIIO OTHERWISE
Dixie tonight
Fine pansy plants. I'c per doten.
391.
Tom Clocd rf Edge was In tlio city
today.
W. J. Mi I ii nll a In town today
from tils homo near Mary.
Mrs. Iw-rtl.a Muloney left yeMerday
for a visit l' friends In Galveston.
Little MI"ch Lcllu and Margaret
Silimllt are visiting relatives In
Splendors.
I'letlty fresh Jersey liutter mill:
and cream nt tlie Glcnvlew Dairy.
Phone 1138.
C. M. Ean. editor of the Southern
Farm and I alry. went to Houston on
business yesterday.
If It s a picture Carter takes It. If
It's a frame Tarter makes It. If It's
film Carter flnlHhes It.
James Wilson Jr. of Normangee
was looking after business matters
here yesterday and today.
Muss Katherine Hurt of San An-
tonio arrived jos'er.lny and Is a guest
of Mrs. Klliatx-th Wilcox.
The Pl.lluthea data c.f the Baptist
Sunday sihool will sell delirious
home made randy and fruit Saturday
afternoon at Hardy Newton's
The bent Is none too pood for Rryan
people. Phone ns your wants In the
dairy line and ret the bent. Phone
H3S. Clenvlew Dairy.
The I'hllathea class of the Baptist
Sunday school will sell delicious
home mnde candy and fruit Saturday
afternoon at Hardy Newton's
The Thllathea class of the Baptist
Sunday school will sell delicious
home made candy and fruit Saturday
afternoon at Hardy Newton's
O. W. Iliickhaults has completed
his new store In the southern part
of town and Is ready for business.
Ha will appreciate any business given
him.
T. II. Smith of Reliance was In
the city today.
T. 11. Martin of Steep Hollow was
In the city today.
J. E. llullork was In the city today
from Steep Hollow.
George Edge was a visitor to the
city today from Harris school house.
O. 1. Hall has returned from a visit
to Houston on business.
Dr. W. A. Smith of Milllcnn wns
trading; In the cl:y today.
Will I'ayuo of Kitrten was transact-
Id K binducHK In town today.
V. W. McrVrrln of Mllih an was In
the city on business today.
Coiisjfilu J. II. Kci-d was a visitor
s
tcMlieyfity t'xliiy from Harvey.
(ylNHhint'r J. J. Cahlll was In
tb city toimr-trom Smetana.
Whipping cream a specialty at the
Glcnvlew Dulry. i'hotie 1438.
Mrs. Hardy Newton has returned
from a visit to relatives In Houston.
S. C. Rhode Island Red egg from
first prize winner llra.os County
Ealr $2 per 1."). Other pens. $1.50
and $1. J. II. Conway phone 221.
I am prepared to remodel and ( lean
monuments at the city cemetery and
have the endorsement of the presi-
dent of the cemetery association.
Phone 5!'8. J. I.. Clover.
Those who Intend to transplant to-
mato plants to cold frame can obtain
s.'iifie at 25c pe r 100; cabbage 25c per
1 on; pepper and egg plants 50c per
U'0; cold frame plants In April lc
each. N. T. Melton Wagner's vac ant
lot.
Mrs. W. F. Hoppess and little son
returned to their home In Illllsboro
today after a pleasant visit h the
former's parent'" Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Coulter.
Robert King colored plead guilty
today In the Justic e court to a charge
of vagrancy and was fined $1 and
costs. King was unable to pay his
fine and will be plared on the county
road. He was arrested Saturday
night by Deputy Marshal Worley.
THEATRE
GRAND STAR FEATURE BILL TONIGHT
1. THE WRONG GIRL Amusing Two-Reel Special
2. THE WRONG GIRL Vltagraph Comedy Feature
3. THE WOMAN WHO PAID Grand Blograph Drama
4. MOTHER'S ROSES A Beautiful Three Part Special
5. MOTHER'S ROSES Broadway Star Feature
6. MOTHER'S ROSES With "Mother" Mary Maurice
DOROTHY KELLY AND JAS. MORRISON
Other Favorites W I ly Van Lillian Burns Chae. Eldrldge
Augueta Andereon Geo. Cooper Ethel Lloyd.
THIS PROGRAM IS GREAT. SEE IT
BE SURE AND SEE "MOTHER'S ROSES"
TOMORROW THE USUAL GRAND FRIDAY BILL
RICHARD TRAVERS AND RUTH STONEHOUSE
IN A F'RETTY ESSANAY DRAMA
'A ROMANCE OF THE NIGHT"
WM. STOWELL AND ADA GLEASON
In a Thrilling Sellg Wild Animal Drama
"THE BUGLE CALL"
ARTHUR JOHNSON AND LOTTIE BRISCOE
In the Thirteenth Chapter of "Beloved Adventurer" Series
"THROUGH DESPERATE HAZARDS"
Gertrude McCoy in the "Girl Who Makee Her Own Living" Series
"THE GIRL WHO KEPT BOOKS"
AND A GRAND TWO-REEL BIOGRAPH SPECIAL
"PIERRE GERIOT"
T HIS BILL ISJSRE AT. DONTM I S 5JT
DON'T FORGET "MOTHER'S ROSES" TONIGHT
Colonial
THEATRE
TUESDAY.
FEB. 23rd
V)jvv-tvu-uijyy'uvirMi-v'ni"i'
OLIVER nOROSCO
' fftlSEHT
Tho Irrcslsilblo
Youth-Play
J. HARTLEY MANNERS
Unquestionably the Most
Successful Comedy In the World
Prices 50c 75c $1.00 and $1.50
Scat sale Hrandon & Lawrence Friday 9 a.m.
Queen Theatre
This Afternoon and Night
The Great Human Drama
Benefit U. D. C.
FEB 18
"The Straight Road"
The Daughters of the Confederacy will receive a percentage
of all ticket admissions buy your tickets and help this or-
ganization. Now on sale at all Drug Stores.
COLONIAL THEATRE YE0NE5EAY FEB. 24tli
ONE NIGHT ONLY '
Second Record-Making Breaking Triumphal Tour
MP.Kr'TinX IOMTK KI.KTCIIF.n
MORT 11. blNUKK'B LUST COMIC Ol tUA OFFERING
"A MODERN EVE"
THE MERRIEST. SONGIEST. PANHi"fT TLAV ON TIIVJ MUSICAL
PERFECTLY CAPT Willi K 'TV-KI 'K WEI.T. KNOWN COM IX T
1'l.AYEIi AS'.) TIIK NOW KA1IOLB
ORIGINAL CHORUS OF "BEAUTIFUL EVES"
A VFP.ITAP.I.K FF.NSATI"N F.VKHTW1IERE
VIUCI- -i . 7 II II i. l-KVrrt ON BALK
LKANI-UN & LAWKENCr:. SATURDAY I A. M.
See the New Iirasrolite Store and Residence Lighting Fix-
tures in Show Window.
R.E.COLE
Next Door to Brandon & Lawrence
THE WEATHER
MRS. EMILY MCALLISTER.
Mrs. Enilly McAllister the vener-
able aunt of Mr. I). McPougnld and
Mis Annie Mi Kotigald. died nt their
home In thla city till morning at 10
o'clock laiklng only a few i!.is of
lielnR one hundred years old The
funeral ill be held from the home
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. A
more extended sketch of her life v. Ill
appear later.
r jTji-ruu i.n ri iiij'li'li i.i'ii'i n.nnri rirrir.ii". i'i'i - - - -
HAIRSTON DIES
AT BARTLETT HOME
Wine of
COD LIVER OIL
Makes You Healthy and
Vigorous.
All of the tonic virtues of
Cod Liver Oil and all of its
food-building properties are
found In Wine of Cod Liver
Oil. to say nothing of its
spclndid taste stimulating
and invigorating qualities.
It builds up run-down sys-
tems invigorates the blood
increases appetite and
makes you feel vigiorous
and fit.
$1.00 Ter Bottle
E. R. EMMEL
URE DRUG DISPENSER
DR. TRUETT TONIGHT AT 7:30.
The Rattle Is authorized to announce
that Dr. Truett will apeak tonight at
College at 7: 30 instead of 8: HO as
shown In yesterday's program.
COTTON REPORT.
Very little cotton was received In
tho local warehouses todny.
Cottonseed $23 per ton.
Bryon spots 7io middling basis.
News of the death of M. D. Halrston
was received in Brenham Monday
afternoon. The deceased died Friday
February 12 at his late home at Bart-
lett and the funeral occurred there
Sunday afternoon at 3:20 o'clock.
The deceased waB the only brother
of J. T. Halrston of Independence.
He ws born In Georgia Marth .1
1S3! and was therefore 76 years old
when death claimed him.
The deceased was reared In Wash-
ington County and was educated In
the original Baylor College when it
was at Its zenith in Independence.
JAMES S. FRANCIS DEAD.
James S. Francis one of the old
and honored citizens of Brazos Coun-
ty died at his home on Cottonwood
Prairie at 3:30 o'clock this morning
after a long Illness. The remains will
be laid to rest at Wheelock tomorrow
(Friday) morning at 11 o'clock. A
more extended notice will appear
later.
COLORED FARMERS INTERESTED
Judge J. T. Maloney and Commer-
cial Club Secretary II. L. McKnlgh:
attended a meeting of the Colored
Farmers' Improvement Association
the same Institution which now en-lf t)e MacM0Illil church neighbor-
Joys such an enviable reputation j )ngt nlgM am nion one of he
throughout the land being located at j .- of thp velir ln the ln.
SEATS ON SALE SATURDAY.
Mort 11. Singer who has sent many
of the best musical comedies to tills
city will give the theatre goers here
an opportunity of seeing his latest
musical play "A Modern Eve" which
under the direction of .eComte and
Flesher will be seen at the Colonial
Theatre on Wednesday February 24.
The complete Garrick Theatre pro
duction Is carried by this organic
tlon.
Prices. 50c 73c $1 and $1.50.
Notice to Customers.
I have resumed my old custom of
delivering our products twice dally
and will in future deliver your milk
or cream at -"night as heretofore.
Thone 1438.
GLENV1EW DAIRY FARM.
Waco. He received bia early training
from the late Dr. Rufus C. Burleson.
ho was for so many years president
of Baylor College. i
The deceased Is survived by a wife
who was formerly Miss Victoria Cole
daughter of the late Judge J. P. Cole
who was the first county judge of
Washington County and four chil-
BANQUET TONICHT.
Will Be Given at Compliment to the
Visiting Y. M. C. A. Men. i
A banquet 1(1 honor of visiting Y.
M. C. 'A- UK'n. especially U. A. Coulter i
cr.i V f r k inrrotarv. and l)T.
GeorgeVJ.' Fisher of New York City. rain; colder Friday.
will be 'given by the adult male '
Classen of the various Sunday school i Tht C'ty Tranafer.
111 U1K3 UU lu i'ai UL UIU l it
day or night. Phone 178 op to J:30
p. m. Later phone 454.
SILAS BROWN. Manager.
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Friday.
i lo.i.gi and Friday; prob-
I
n 1 1 . . -J
I v. d. nuusun
Pres. & Gen. Mgr.
Chaa. B. Hudson
Sec-Treas.
of the city at Hotel Bryan tonight at
8:3o o'clock.
The committee In charge of the ar-
rangements have made every effort
to make the event one of the largest
and most enjoyable .church affairs of'y
the year and nothing has been left
undone In the arrangements. Plates
will be laid for between slity and
seventy-five gue.ts.
After the banquet has been serve I
talks will be made by Messrs. Coul-
ter and Fisher and by Dr. W. B. P.ii-
lell of College.
The banquet is given In an effort
to create more Interest In the Y. M.
C. A. movement and this may ulti
mately result In the organization of We are associated with the Indemnity
a Y. M. C. A. for Bryan. coa In which we can Insure your
. . . . . . i land trues.
A great deal of good and enjoyment i
Is sure to be derived from the affair j e - '
and every young man of the city
should be present.
The following gentlemen compose
the members of the committee ln
charge of the banquet: II. L. Mo-
HUDSON ABSTRACT'CO
Complete Abstracts of Draws County
"Better to be Safe Than Sorry."
Have us make your abstracts and ex-
amine your land titles. '
dren. three sons and one daughter all neKllborhood ho expressed
of whom reside at Bartlett. He as necessity of the negro living at
community who manifested much ln
terest In the movement.
Interesting talks were made by
Judge Maloney and Mr. McKnight and
also by the leading farmers of the
the
home
a consistent member of the Baptist . from h)R pardrni rM kens and
Church. Brenham Banner-Press. I
Mr. Halrston was some years a Thg ill10fRt0II hoMs meetings
resident of this county and has manyevery w) week an(J gpemf t0
friends here among the older ettlersmlng notkeable lnruence on
of the county. The news of h!s death (g member9i
will bring sorrow to the hearts of his t
many old friends here.
terest of Improved farming. The
meeting was held In the colored Bap-
tist Church and the house was well
filled with the negro farmers of the Knshti H. g. icke j. . Hare. Dr.
S. C. Richardson. T. A. Cloud. Ed S.
Derden. Will McCulloch U S. Wh It-
taker. L. D. McC.ee. W. A. Lyon. Trof.
R. O. Allen and W. G. Reynolds.
Two Mammoth Papers of
GARDEN 5D 5c
- - Garden ar.d Flower Seed In Bulk '
haswell's Book Store
SEAT SALE FOR
"PEG O' MY HEART."
The sale of seats for the engage-
ment of the delightful comedy suc-
cess "Teg o' My Heart" will open
at Brandon & Lawrence's on Friday
February 19 at 9 a. m. and Judging
from the inquiries already received
all the regular theatre patrons of this
city and surrounding toifns will set;
this remarkable Newsork success.
Mail orders are now being received
and all such orders when accom
panied by a check or money order
will be numbered as received and
then filled In the order of their re-
ceipt. Prices 50c 75c $1 and $1.50.
Appropriately Placed.
The Investigator You don't mean
to tell me that you ran raise corn in
this mountainous country?
The Land Agent Not right here
The cum. regl.00 ia in the foothills.
Kansas City Star.
Commissioner J. P. Atkins was
visitor to the city today from his
home near College.
Mrs. P. H. Taylor and daughter.
Mrs. Brewer both of Lampasas arc
guests of the former's daughter Mra.
W. A. Withers.
GOAL! GOAL! GOAL!
Alabama j . $8.50
Illinois nAr Tfln
Oklahoma I Per Ton
Phone Orders to 206
CEO. STEPHAN
BENEFIT THURSDAY
AFTERNOON AND NIGHT
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will on Thursday afternoon and night
receive a percentage on all tickets
sold prior to the opening of the Queen
Theatre. For these performances a i
powerful four-part drama eneitled "The
Straight Road" by Daniel Frohman
will be shown. Secure your tickets
and see this Interesting and powerful
play and help the Indies out finan
cially.
ln the rowerful drama "The
Straight Road" by the Immortal
dramatist Clyde Pitch Miss Gladys
Hanson one of America's most tal-
ented young leading women admira-
bly portrays the wonderful character
of Moll O'Hara. the girl of the alums
who rises above the mire of her
squalid and Iniquitous environment to
make one of the most tremendous
sacrifices of which the heart of
woman is capable.
Those who already have spoken for
tickets can secure them by applying
to any drug store In town.
J. T. Lawlcr returned yesterday
from a business trip to New Orleans.
New Middy Blouses
The very newest styles with the high or low flat collar
trimmed in red or blue colors guaranteed fast.
PRICES $1.50 and 93c
JVeu; School Dresses
. j
We have received and have on display all the latest
styles in childrens and growing girls school and street
dresses.
PRICES $3.95 to 48c
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