The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 232, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 5, 1916 Page: 4 of 6
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THURSDAY. OCT. 6 1916. '
) Ownare Asksd to Ccoporato In
..aip'Imantary Rid for Visitor
TIs Proabyterlan Synod moots with
i tsxt wook and on Thursdsr aftar-
:a tho Jith It Is deslrod that 'wo
tho rUltors tor an automoMlo
: to Collet and over tho city
jroforo this appeal Is Issued..
Thesa visitors aro from every sec-
;n of Texas and tho Impression
."ey will rocolTe of us and our town
..3 count for much for or against .us
ci a city of hospitality and enterprise.
t7o hare much of which we are proud
id wo want all Texas to know of our
Tou who have automobiles are re-
sated to signify your willingness to
...lvo your car-Thursday afternoon for
this niirnnnfl The visitors will be at
tho Presbyterian church and we want
to take them to College at 4:30 p. m.
From a commercial standpoint we
pan 111 afford to overlook this oppor
tunlty of doing this service not only
as a courtesy to the visitors but as a
valuable advertisement for Bryan.
From a civic standpoint the same ar
mimnnt hnlda food.
Wo do not believe you will permit
na to denv this courtesy to our dlstln
'fulahed visitors and we will expect
every automobile owner In Bryan to
offer their car If possible and yon
are requested to phone Mr. Travis
Bryan at the First National Bank that
yon will do so. This Is not for us It
la for our visitors and we expect you
to do It for Bryan. We will need forty
or more cars.
THE BRYAN AND BRAZOS COUN-
TY COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION.
A. M. WALDROP
W. A. McELROY
Chairman Entertainment Committee.
( L. L. McINNIS. .
8. B. HOLMAN
Committee from the Presbyterian
Interesting Items From Thla Aaoocl
. tlon and It Plan
Notice Is hereby given that all my
farm and pasture lands in Brazos
county are posted and all trespassers
will be prosecuted as the law directs
W. M. KAPCHINSKI.
Tho Texaa Jersey Cattle Club Is
composed of tho leading brooders of
Jersey catUo in tho atate. 'This club
Is not only -banded for aoclal and edu-
cational purposes but they aro a real
live cooperative marketing associa-
Annual sales are held at tho Dallas
Fair Waco Cotton Palace and tho
Fort Worth Stock Show. Quality con-
tlgnments are accepted from any
member of the Texas Jersey Cattle
Club. Nothing but high class animals
are sold at these sales and oftentimes
it Is possible to buy animals In these
auctions which could not be purchas
ed at an outside or private sale be-
cause the auction Is held partly to
tell cattle partly to encourage the
founding of new herds but maluly to
demonstrate and advertise the great
value of Jersey cattle.
No animal under six months of age
nor over six years of age is ever of
fered for sale unless It is ah excep
tional individual. Every animal sold
must nass the Inspection committee
!of the club composed of representa
tive breeders and must be classed as
typical of the brend In good condi
tion free from disease and worthy of
the endorsement of the Texas Jersey
High class auctioneers and the best
dairy experts In the country are se-
cured at a high price for entertain-
ment and Instruction at these annual
sale events. It has been estimated
that about 70 per cent of all animals
sold at former sales have gone Into
hands of beginners and served as a
foundation stock for new herds. Texas
has already more breeders of Jersey
cattle than any other state in the
Union. It has more than twice as
many breeders as any state except
Ohio. It has four times as many
breeders as Kentucky and Tennessee.
Texas has the largest Jersey farm in
the world. ' There are within the state
tome of the highest producers In the
world and a large number of animals
have been champions and first prize
winners at the National Dairy Show
and Jit the Important shows on Jersey
The events which have been an
nounced for this season by the club
of which C. M. Evans College Station
Texas is secretary and DuPont B.
Lyon 8herman Texas Is president
'ar th salo of to head at tho Dallas
rlH Octc-Sor 16th. and tho sale of 60
'head at tho Cotton Palace Waco Tex
as and tho sal of 80 head at tho Fort
Worth Fat Btock Show In March.
C M. 1JVANS.
Despite tho Fact That tho 36th Legis-
lature Does Not Convene Until
January Many Seek Jobs.
(By Associated PreM)
Austin Texas Oct. 5.r-Although
the Thirty-fifth legislature does not
convene until January there are al-
ready a large number of candidates
for the various positions In both
houses of the state law-making body.
Members of both branches of the leg-
islature who have been visiting Austin
recently say they are being deluged
with appeals for their support for dif-
ferent offices. It Is becoming appar
ent there will be about a half dozen
! candidates for each position.
I There will be some contest It Is pre-
I dieted for the position of chief clerk
of tho house. This place for several
sessions past has been held by W. E.
Long now auditor of the University
of Texas. Mr. Long has announced
he will not be a candidate for reap
CITY HAS RIGHT TO
An Outcry Against the Mur der of God-Given Souls.
Th Play thaf
-j r . M'f .
StoDDed Traffic on Droidwty
r. OirUIIg 1V1U1 Ul lUl niw uviivnuviu u& uuuuuii uuviv t m.
Writ of Error Was Refused In Appeal
of Fort Worth Auto Transit Css
by th 8uprm Court v-
(By Associated ?)
Austin. Texas Oct. 6. The su
preme court Wednesday refused writs
of error In the case of the Auto Tran
sit Company against the city of Fort
Worth and the Xydlas Amusement
Company against the city of Houston
and application for writs of error. By
refusal In these two cases the court
practically holds the right of tho cities
to regulate Jitneys by city ordinances
and to regulate and censor moving
picture shows by city ordinances.
FOR ADULT AUDIEN-
CES ONLY. No Children
Under 16 Admitted Unless
Accompanied by Parents.
This is the original produc-
tion Now Showing at the
REX1 Theater Houston. It
is the talk of the town. See it
Every Mother Every Father Ever y Man and Woman Should See
im. - - a ii -m i ii i m
A Powerful Weapon Agianst Race Suicide iETS
A-Silent Appeal for the Divinity of Mother-
Ttnlfl Rlnnf Rif PtiofQ I TnvpJlpfl.
f IHWU UV1U) 41U1II Mm & w..w.. I
If this girl's mother had told her the truth the would not have been tacrificed--a victim of
Ignorance. MORAL The wage of din it ueain.
OUEEN '585 Fri. Oct. 6 & 2&c
THEY WILL FILL YOUR ORDER FOR
GRETCHEN GOLD BAND AND AUT0G0 FLOUR
Allen Smith Hardy Hewton Reid Brothers Cooper & Cole Sanders Brothers Hensarling Mer-
cantile Company W. E. Saunders John II. Sebesta J. H. & R. S. Hawhinney H. Hall and others
K your grocer does not handle these flours have him do so
YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 232, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 5, 1916, newspaper, October 5, 1916; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth325474/m1/4/: accessed August 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .