The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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THE BRYAN DAILY EAdLTJ
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1915.
FOK RENT Four-room house. See
FOR RENT Cheap two unfurnished
rooms. lights and bath. Thone 3C3.
FOH RENT Five-room house -newly
papered and painted one block
from EKHt Hide school. Phone 373.
FOR RENT Two houses; close In.
Mrs. Fritz U'hmnn.
FOR RENT Well loratod house east
side bath llgbts sewerage. Thbne
617 or 253.
FOR SALE-Brown Leghorn eggs $1
per 15. Cllenvlew Uulrjr. I'hone 1438.
FOR SALE-A barRaln My lunch
stand by the II. & T. C. depot. Ed
FOR SALE Rhode Island Red eggs
50c per setting. Mrs. G. V. Buck-
haults phone 547.
FOR SALE A few pounds of select
Sudan grass seed at 75c per pound.
F. W. Teaser.
LOST Twenty-five dollars In cur-
rency In Ilryan or on road to Sine-
tana two tens and one five. Liberal
reward for return to Eagle office.
POTATO STOCK OF U. 8.
Large Part of 1914 Crop Wat on Hand
Unusually lurge stocks of potatoes
were held on January 1 In the large
potato producing States according to
reports of correspondents of tho Bu-
reau of Crop Extinmtes nt Washing-
ton. Southern potato growers who
compete In the spring months with
the stocks carried over In the North-
ern Suites should recognize this fact
that supplies of Northern potatoes
are larger than in any of the past five
years. Prices are unusually low an. I
therefore may not decline further but
material advances In the next few
months cannot be forecasted from the
present supplies. .
The estimates Indicate that .'2.8 per
cent of the marketable supply of po
tatoes of the 1914 crop remained in
the hands of producers or dealers on
January 1 in the States Included in
DR. GEO. J. FISHER
International Y. M. C. A. Stc'y. New York City
3 O'CLOCK P. M.
FOR MEN ONLY
Dr. riiair li m tf tk( ftrtMit Itttirtn m iIm Aatrlcis plitfwa
He hai i message for too. No Admission Charge
war has do material direct bearing
upon the potato market of the United
QyXAAArtTWMnrJrVWMitMiii mm ml
the Investigation whilch compares
with 51.6 per cent of the l'J 13 crop
held on January 1 l'.14: 4!U per cent
similarly held two years ao and 51.1
four and five years ago.
If for the purpose of comparison
these percentages be applied to the
estimates of total production i!
shows In the States Included (which
produced 7ii per cet of the United
States crop) a total of H'.fi.S Hl(i0i
bushels January 1 1013 compared
with 123.292.UOO a year ago. 149.813-
000 two years ago. 90.778.000 three
years ngo. 133lll0o0 four years aso
i l.oOi) five years ago.
One feature of the situation Is that
stocks are held by growers more
largely than usual. This year their
holdings on January 1 were nearly 5.G
times the amount held by dealers
whereas In the past five years their
holdings have averaged four times
the amount held by dealers.
The United States seldom Imports
or exports relatively a large quantity
of potatoes. Therefore the European
M Hughie Jennings x-rT (i
w Manager of Detroit "Tigert" taya fft'
II "After a red hot finish in a ball game f -A
ffl a pipe full of Tuxedo makes victory If p9n f ji
f3 sweeter or defeat more endurable. -jfv&' vn.-- M vil
IA J T" I f T 1 M -I. ' ' .I Ml
a pipe full of Tuxedo makes victory
sweeter or defeat more endurable.
Ee yah for Tuxedo." .n
"Come on boys Smoke
Up! With TUXEDO!"
"Ee yah!" That's Hughie
Jennings' battlecry out there on
the coaching line by third base.
He's one of the pepperiest gin-
geriest men in baseball ; always
up on his toes rooting for dear
lire making those runs come in.
Want to get some of that old snappy feeling yourself? Smoke
Tuxedo same as Jennings does. It'll boost you right up into
the zingdooey class of fellows who are always on the go full of
vim and good nature piling up success.
Tht Perftct Tobacco for Pip and Cigantf
Tuxedo is mild and wholesome.
That's why all these athletes use
Tuxedo. It can't bite your tongue be-
cause the famous "Tuxedo Process"
has removed all irritation from the
natural leaf what you get is the gentle
mild Kentucky Burley rich and fra-
grant and wholesome.
"Ee-yah!" Get someTuxedo today
and get that happy feeling.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
proof pouch .
In Tin UumUon 40c and 80c
Famous Green Tin 4 f
with gold lettering III
curved to fit pocket AV
In Gtau UumUon 50c and 90t
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
SPECIAL HEALTH OFFICER.
Dr. R. J. Hunnlcutt former city
heulth officer has been engaged by
the city council to tuke charge of tho
cases of contagious diseases which
may exist In the city at present or
in the future.
The reason for this action Is the
failure to report to the council tho
presence of contagious diseases so
they might hu quarantined and all
danger of their spreading prevented.
The office of city health officer was
abolished hy the city council some
time ago as an unnecessary expense
to the city.
FARMER FELL FROM
WAGON BADLY HURT
Tom Cobb a well known farmer of
Grimes County fell from his wugon
while on his way home from a visit
to this city yesterday afternoon and
was run over by the front wheel of
the wagon which was heavily laden.
lie sustained a very serious and puln
ful gash on the left side of his face
nnd his right ear was almost com
pletely cut off. He was given modi
cat attention as quickly as possible
and at last report was resting as easl
ly as could be expected.
RAILWAY OFFICIALS HERE.
The International & Oreat Northern
Railway officials made their expected
visit to tills city today but remained
only a short time. They arrived by
special train nt 10 o'clock and re
malned In the city until 11. An in
spectlon of the condition of the st.r
tlon nnd yards was made nnd every'
thing was rexrted to be In first class
condition. Following Is a lint of the
members of the party: Thornwell
Kay. A. O. Whlttlngton V. J. Werner
nnd E. Wilson.
Romulus .tones nnd Sarah Pruett
J. M. Webb survey; thence N. 43 W.
with the S. W. line of the Moses
Balne league the W. 8. Martin 14
league and the L. McLaughlin league
9745 vrs. to the old San Antonio
Road; thence In a northeasterly di-
rection with the meanders of said
old San Antonio Road to where It
crosses Bee creek; thence down said
Dee creek with Its moandnrs to Dig
Cedar creek; thence down said Dig
Cedar creek with Its meanders to
where the ' Dllloshaw Tap Road
crosses said nig Cedar creek on line
between Mary Lawrence and W. J.
Lewis survey; thence In a westerly
direction along said Dllleshaw Tap
Road with Us meanderB crossing A
J. Lewis J. A. E. Phelps J. M. Kstes
and E. Scale No. 225 surveys C810
vrs. to the N. E. lino of the F. Hen-
derson league; thence S. 45 E. with
said line and with said Dlllesaw Tap
Road 1100 vrs.; thence S. 45 W. with
said Dllleshaw Tap Road 2100 vrs.
to where said road crosses Mathls
branch; thence down said Mathls
branch with Its meanders to Wlxon
creek; thence down said Wlxon! (Seal)
all voters desiring to support the
proposition to Issue bonds shall have
written or printed on their ballots
the words "For the Issuance of bonds
and levy of a tax In payment there-
for;" and those opposed shall have
written or printed on their ballots
the words "gainst the Issuance of
bonds and levy of a tax In payment
The manner of holding said elec
tlon shall be governed by the laws of
the State governing general elections.
A copy of this order signed by the
County Judge of said county shall
serve as a proper notice of said elec-
tion and the County Judge Is direct-
ed to cause said notice to be publish-
cd in a newspaper published In said
Road District No. 1 of Brazos County
Texas for four (4) consecutive
weeks next preceding said election
nnd cause to be posted a notice there-
of at three (3) public places In said
Road District No. One (1) for three
(3) weeks prior to said election.
Given tinder my hand and seal of
office this 2Cth dny of Jnnunry 1915.
J. T. MALONET.
County Judge Brazos County Texas.
W. S. HICC 3
County Clerk Brazos County
JIWILKR AND OPTICIAN
The Hun Who llu Made Oo4
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
STATE OF TEXAS. )
County of Brazos. (
On this the 23th day of January
A. D. 1913 the Court beln in special
session the following members of
said Court being present to-wit:
J. I. Atkins Commissioner Pre
cinct No. 1.
M. U. Easters. Commissioner Pre
cinct No. 2.
J. J. Cahlll Commissioner Prec inct
J. W. Hamilton Commissioner Pre
cinct No. 4.
J. T. Maloney County Judge Bra
zos County Texas.
Same constituting a full Court and
tha petition of J. W. Batts and fl'ty-
nine (39) other porsons. praying that
bonds be issued by Road Distric t No.
1 of Brazos County Texas In the sum
of Four Hundred Thousand Dollars
(J loO.OOO.OO) for the purpose of con
structing maintaining and operating
macadamized gravel or paved roads
and turnpikes or in aid thereof In
snld defined district same being Road
District No. 1 of Brazos County
Texas nnd to levy a tax for the pay-
ment of interest of said bonds and to
create a sinking fund for said bonds.
And It appearing to the Court that
said petition is signed by more than
fifty (50) of the resident property tax
payers and voters of said defined dis-
trict same being said Road District
No. 1 of Brnzos County Texas and
that the amount of bonds to be Is
sued will not exceed one-fourth i)
o f the assessed value of the real
property of such Road District No. 1
of Brnzos Coiinty Texas.
It is therefore considered and or
dered by the Court thnt an election
be held in said Road District No. 1
of Brazos County Texns on the 3rd
day of March A. D. 1915. which Is
more than thirty (30) days from date
of this order to determine whether
or not the bonds of said defined dis-
trict same being Road District No. 1
of Brazos County Texas which Is
described by metes and bounds as
FIELD NOTES ROAD DISTRICT NO.
ONE. BRAZOS COUNTY TEXAS.
Beginning at the extreme west cor-
ner of the T. J. Wooten league on
the east bank of the lirazos river;
thence N. 45 E. with the N. W. line
of same 8303 vrs. to the east corner
of the I. L. Jaques survey; thence N.
45 W. with the N. E. line of said
Jaqucs survey 1347 vrs. to the north
corner of the same on the S. E. line
of the T. F. McKenney league;
thence N. 43 E. with the said S. E.
line of said McKenney league 12D7
vrs. to the east corner of same;
thence N. 45 W. with the N. E. line
of said McKenney league 2110 vrs.
to the N. W. corner of the S. F. Aus-
tin lengue No. 0; thence N. 45 E. with
the N. W. line of said Austin league
3515 vrs. to the east corner of the
OR. ALGIE SENSOW.
OVM FIRST NATIONAL IANK
with J. M. Caldwell.
DR. W. II. LAWRENCE
Phone Residence 658; Office Ift.
MISS MARY C. KNOWLES
Multigraphing and insuranca
JOE B. REED
Life a4 Accident
Fraternal a Specialty
Hour S to 10 A. M. -yn Teas
Office. Masonle Tempi
creek to where the Bryan and lola
Road crosses said creek on the S. E.
line of the A. Leo Sr. league; thence
S. 45 W. with the S. E. line of said
Lee T. M. Splanne and John Austin
nnd with the mennders cf said Brynn
nnd lola Rond to where same crosses
Carters creek; thence down sold Car-
ters creek with Its meanders to the
Nnvasota river; thence down said
Navasota river with Its mennders to
the extreme N. E. corner of tho A. D.
Houston survey on tho west bank of
said Navasota river; thence went
with the south line of the 8. D. Smith
and S. W. Robertson surveys ll.fiOl
vrs. to the S. W. corner of said 8. W.
Robertson survey; thence south with
the line between T. Henry survey
No. 10!) nnd J. M. Barrera survey No.
fi9 1975 vrs. to tho extreme S. E.
corner of snld T. Henry survey:
thence west with tho line of fnld T.
Henry survey 190 vrs. to the east line '
of the Wm. Young labor; thence V. Classes Fitted.
20 w. with the said east line of said Eyes Scientifically Examined
survey 570 vrs. to the S. E. corner of j Jt PAYNB
same; inence .. (u w. wr.n ine souin i
line of snld Wm. Young lnbnr 1000
vrs. to the S. W. corner of same;
thence S. 43 E. with the line between
B. B. B. & C. survey No. S2 nnd T.
Henry survey No. 130 13S3 vrs. to
Henry Benbow shall be manager at
the'enst corner of said B. B. B. & C;
thence S. 45 W. with the S. E. line of
said B. B. B. & C. survey 837 vrs.
to the extreme south corner of same
which Is the N. W. corner of B. B. B.
& C. survey No. 81; thence east with
the north line of said B. B. B. & C.
No. 81 937 vrs. to the N. E. corner of
same: thence south with the east line
of said B. B. B. C. No. 81. the W. L.
MMIIcan and the W. T. Milllcan sur-
veys 42Cli vrs. to the 8. E. corner
of said W. T. Mllllcnn survey on the
north line of the Walter Sutherland
league; thence west with the north
lino of said Sutherland league r. S 1 4
vrs. to the N. W. corner of same:
thence south with tho west line of
said Sutherland league 1070 vrs. to
the Brazos river; thence up said Bra-
zos river with Its meanders to the
place of beginning.
Shall bo Issued In the amount of Four
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100000).
bearing five per cent (3rj) Interest
per annum nnd maturing forty (10)
years from date hereof and whether
or not a tax shnll be levied upon tho
property of said Rond District No. 1
of Brazos County Texns subject to
taxation for the purpose of paying
the Interest on said bonds and to pro-
vide a sinking fund for the redemp-
tion thereof at maturity.
Notice of said etoction shall be
given by publication in a newspaper
published In said Road District No.
1 for four (4) consecutive weeks be
fore the date of said election and In
addition thereto there shall be posted
notice of said election at three public
places In snld Road District No. 1 of
Brazos County Texas for three (3)
weeks prior to said election.
Said election shall be held at the
following places and the following
named persons are hereby appointed
managers of said election viz.:
Said Road District No. 1 of Brazos
County Texas covering the follow-
ing election precincts or' portions
thereof: Two (2) Threo (3) Seven
(7) Ten (10) and Eleven (11).
No. Two in the town of Wellborn
and P. U Barron shnll be mannger
of snld voting place.
No. Three at College Station and
A. J. Tabor Jr. shall bo manager at
No. Seven at Cottonwood and
No. Ten at City Hall in the city
of Bryan and O. L. Wilcox shall be
manager at snld place.
No. Eleven at Court House in the
city of Bryan and H. P. Dansby shall
be mannger at paid place.
Said election Rhall be held under
the provisions of the Rond District
Act passed nt the First Called Session
of the Thirty-first Legislature nnd Is
set out In Revised Statutes of State
of Texas 1911 Title No. 18 In Chap-
ter No. 2 and only qunlifled voters
who are property tax payers of said
Road District No. 1 of Brazos County
Texas shall be allowed to vote and
I Jy4 GOODYEAR t
r REPAiRlNd V j
BRYAN SHOE HOSPITAL
A J. Wagnar Proprietor.
PHONE NO. 7-2 RINGS
LODGE AND SOCIETY EMBLEMS
CUT FLOWERS. PLANTS
SCOTT FLORAL CO..
$52.50 Round Trip Call-
San Francisco on sale be-
ginning March 1st three
months limit; diverse
S. IT. HARRIS
Bryan Teb. 17th.
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1915, newspaper, February 18, 1915; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth324978/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .