Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 266, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 26, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DJJLI BULLITDf
SATURDAY AUGUST 26 Tflll
and other Seashore Resorts
DIRECT or via BALTIMORE
via Norfolk one way
GO ONE ROUTE AND
RAIL and STEAMER
Tickets on sale Duil.v uutil Sept. :H.
Saving in Fare and Satisfaction de-
rived from the High Standard Pcuu-
. sjlTania SerTice are Travel Advanta-
ges north investigation. Costs nothing
J. L. BRIDGES Traveling Passenger Agent 411 Praetorian BtiiWins:.
We always try to have some-
thing special for Sunday din-
ner. Tomorrow we have pre-
pared a treat in the shape of
Caramel Ice Cream
Pineapple Ice and
if you have ever tried our
products you know they are
good if you have not tomor-
row will be a good time to
phone us for a half gallon or
gallon. We deliver free of
charge and promptly.
Alamo Manufacturing Co.
Makers of Purr Ice cam
Those Idea! Steam Cookers I
New lot just received They
save time and fuel. No burning
of food. Food cooked on the
ideal Steam Cooker
is more nutritious as nothing is
lost by burning or evaporation.
We have two sizes in stock
$5.50 and $6.50
They are to be used in con-
nexion with a gas or gasoline
stove. Everything is cooked
viih one burner. Don't have to
run three cr four burners. Just
put in everything for your Sun-
day dinner over one burner of
your stove and go to church.
When you get back dinner viil
be thoroughly cooked nothing
overcooked or burnt.
You are going to get one of
these Edeal Steam Cookers why
not come at once and be getting
the use of it. Everybody will
have one sooner or later. Come
and see us.
Special for Sunday
It is Better to In-
4-room house. wWV hall
two porches south front
Imlranls in house and.
yard. irard:n and out
huildintrs lot Mlxl-IO con
eniently located; : Price
$!)."0.00 cash payment of
$1 00.00 and balance to suit 'V.
purchaser. ' i
Pretty residence lot.. 7.x .
1-2 feet east front on
itatcr main 3 blocks of '
Cochin Avenue Churchy
lrlce ftOO.OO terms )f2.
cash and balance to suit .
: - .
110 acre 1 mile of Blau-
ket Texas. M acres in
farm t-roqni house well
and tank price $.l.".00 per '
acre .owner will take
Hrownnood proper! j as .
part .payment and terms
to suit on balance..
S-rooni house 2 -lots- on
corner cod .barn. price
firaOO; ouly foO.OO down
and jJIO.OO per month ou
.MISS GILCE GEORGE WEDS.
A marriage consummated in Paris
Texas will be of interest to Brown-
wood society because of the fact that
the bride and groom are both well
Jtncwn iiere. It is that of Mr. W. II.
LattiiJiore :iii! Miss Grace Georee.
which cecurred on Tuesday of this
week in the hume of Uie bride's moth
er the Pans .News has this to say
of the marriage:
'William II. Lattitnore and Misi
Grace George were married at noon
yesterday at the home of the bride's
mother. Mrs J. A. Guthrie. o Pin
Uluff. Street in Paris Kev. J. H. Grif-
tm performing the ceremony. Al-
though both of them 1'iijoy a wide rir-
cle of friends and acquaintances and
although they had been engafced for
several months the wedding was a
surprise to all of their friends cept
u few of the most intimate and onlj
a few of the neighbors were present
After the ceremony Hie couple depart-
ed . for St. Louis and Chicago on a
brief visfl. and wilt Kind ;i t' w dnvi I
f.in Kentucky before returning. As ha.-.
been srated the bride and bridegroom
ar both well known having spent all
their lives in Lamar eounty. The
bride has from early childhood been
a universal favorite in Paris and is
a most charming young lady. The
bridegroom enjoys an equal degree of
popularity among his friends as a
sturdy clever nd straightforward
i young man. Lie is tne junior member
of the linn of Thompson & Lattimore."
M. A. B. W. ("LI B.
Little Miss Annie Johnson enter-
tained the M. A. B. W. Club at her.
home. 202 West Let- Street on Thurs-
day afternoon from A to 0 o'clock. The
; little tots were amus'd at various
games and all enjoyed themselves very
much. Those present were: Misses
Edna Hurlbut Felicia Hurlbut Edwle
Baile Dorris Shropstiirc Kay John-
son. Margaret and J-ssie Baugh. and
Jennette Johnson. All wern s'reo
with delicious refreshments.
Sl'IlIMUSK PASTOirS WIFE.
Monday afternoon was made ex-"
tremely pleasant for the Y. W. A. and
Ladies Aid Societies of the Coggin Av-
enue Baptist church by the return of
the pastor's family who have been
away for tho summer
They returned on th afternoon
train and wer met bj Brother Earp.
A couple of ladies dro- by and offer-
ed them a rjd InmK a- their family
horse was also taking a sacation. No
suspicion as to th- sKrprts" iba. was
awaiting t-lieiu. T'.ulr -teautifir) home
j.Sad tn carnlty gon over and lie-
j.orafM? by the ..ladies who were there
SO meet theni and greet them on their
afrit at. Greai wa their surprise to
tlnd the houso full of ladles.
'After long converse. ir ..rd r-u-menl
oil rh- exrolleni afqnruce f
Mr& Earp and Mis-. Veils tn. . daugh-
ter and other tnejiibej? rtf the family;
tltere. were a lew it; n .ileal "selections
il - " COPvpiSMT APutd
j V WmiV TO THE WISE IS SUFFiO
I ' IK..T.. j
Don't fail. to have your child- yasJ
examined before starting Jtr tt ichoo).."
IJring the uttty folks to lis and . if
they don't need glasses we wi l frank--
. jied to do this kfnd of work thVn any-
11 one else in West Texas. '
II KKOWV00l) OPTICAL CO.
I f- '-ak-r St. Phone 3G9
j F. Winters Mirr.
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TO DALLAS AND FORT WORTH. ;
Ieave iat and arrive tir-t. hours the better way. Trains do-
part 11.05 a. m. and 11.30 p. m.
C. H. Robertson C. P. & T. A. J
Ft. Vortb Slet-f r oien for occupancy 'KlV) p. m. J
loVely in pink roses while the muslc
room resembled a -flower garden wltai
Its profusion of .white roses and shas
la daisies . The dining room library
and porches were beamirnlly tlon In
cut flowers and pot plants.
One of the most delightful affairs
for theJ little folks was the party giv-
en by Mrsj W. Z. Champion at her
beautiful hMe on' W. Cottonwood St.
Wednesday rafternoon. in honor of her
Cream and cake served in trianguH little neice Virgle Hall of Brown-
lar eases made of Nabisco wafers
made dainty refreshments..
Mesdames W. W. .McCullough Ilen-
ry McWhenney A. If. P. McCurdy W.:
T; : Stromeyer. U V. Allison. S. W.
Johnson !aud L. E. Walker-assisted
Miss Mahon Yflntis entertained a
randa "where a number of game of
forty-two wrer' Indulged in. . I n .tfaesrf
ps' Mis Veia Kafp and nfter f games. M(ssfIithem wvm the prized Re4
xv hfeh refresh nietV vt.-re ierveil by freshmns-o"f .tfream nd cko --"per 4
5 the ladles. i erred.
wood. Some twenty-five little maids
responded o Invitations and received
an entrance welcomed by the little
hostess and; little Miss AHene Dlbrell.
After greeting the fair little honbree
the shady lawn was then beautiful
t' with these human flowers as they
wbiled away the happy hours with
pleasant games and merry chatter.
Mesdames Smith and Hall of Brown-
number of trieiids on Tuesday afterr wood mother and sister of the host-
noon with a porch party at the pretty ess were present at this happy gath-
Yantis ho:m In honor of her guests ering and agisted in serving cream
Misses Lathem of Dublin and Davis of' and cake and looking after the pleas-
Portland also complimenting Mis$. nre in general of the little guests.
walker's house party. The guests. Coleman Advertiser.
were greeted at the door by Misa tan-' i .
tis and were shown Into the dining
room where Miss Ora Hurlbut presid
td over the punch ftowl and served a j faneUqs of the week was the house
most refreshing nectar. They were parte -h'enjlr Mr. John WfiUehurst
then brought out npon the largfr ve-1 ..rd r&u Miss Mar v: . which fhrt
have entertained a large circle of
WH ITEf HIRST HOUSE PARTY.
One of tke most enjoyable sochl
s l. j
The ra'Sgin A tnie yitet ne n-.
I berJ: "are trv anp" .if r
pa-tor nd hi .ram;iy aii'd.f-. ' ab-
0;ae . f .
v.-:..-- ' .' -. -.
fc :mos - dHlKbiful tHftor-
!'te.r.f: f..-n;uy. Hit l n
gram in-Te tit.-:
j aiumeis -ibr- tltf yotjtirer set thls
.' . ni a -ek -w.jc$oin6 dance given by MIsand Brejvardj
: :'jm' 3fj;un ;n !i 'I Hird.re-o!v--jHaie-I Hecak cqntjditnenTatVE to er.'
r.and and Insurance.
Empire Furniture Company i
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JFMOK r.MO.V I'ROURAai
FIRST BAI'TIST ( HirRCli
Song by Juniors. ' - - .".".
Prayer and BRd drill lark la jc."
Africa as a .IIbsIop J'ieliF Leidef:-
Seriptare Reading AifttCSO: -Wl ' fiy
Dimt GullMaui.P. .r .
Africa's. insaied " tUiIliofti: Itpy
Brown. . " - - .
Africa' saved .MiHtohs.ATtiBblie
j Afrit a Fai. Rifo HMJIulir
tt-r. . I - - ; :y.
I Afrirak Tme nteipn:t "43i?tfl'ys
Crockett ' ' ' ;-:
6u r r. ! ti i r u s a t) d hc roo) in Airi.
"Our plans and hijpis -tot "Africa;-
Mliadys Neel.. .. v . - - -Iadfn
Beusie Led Grtidyr ' . .
Puno duet Annie Mae liuufer and
Ruth Crockett " " " . '
Vocal Solo Minnie Brown.
Minuteg of last meeting and closing
Mr. O B. Acton of Houston" Is visit-
ing friends in Brown wood for a few-
days. - - K
'I tn do m (. .t- wietb'f for 'hgoni
) of the oiiirc.h. tloodbyes wer'e'.saW
( - j:e in the aft- rnooh all r-.. Mng.'tt
Miy were amply repatd.
Friend ?? 4.tt Brown wood have -re-ccived
cards announcing the marriage
J of Mr. Hector Edgar Stewart to Miss
Ethel Dolores Blackmail at liico on
Thursday. August LMth. They will be
at home in Tucson Arizona after tho
first Of September. Mr. Stewart was
formerly a member of the Bulletin
force and Is' well known here
riONOHI.VC MRS. CLEVELAND.
- Mrs. J. Stewiirt Cleveland and Mrs.
Guy h. Johes entertained on Thurs- '
day las honoring Mrs. Jesse1 V
Cleveland" of Houston wbo i- a .gii-sr
ml ivory Villa tHL. wm-k. Mesdaeie
Clrarles H.'D)bbJT of (Iimab s and t
P. 'iJoberfson of Pjrrls Veeeived .
guests in the receiving hll and vi
od (.he way -to the nnitic tomwiii'ie
Mrs. Elmer Sim of t'ubri. assisted in
JOtiiers.. pmtre. Iced tea and "m;i !
4u? guests Avjth andwlciies S.n..
ihoments "were devoted to ionveis;i
.libh after which ii very lautiiitl ano
entertaining mimical pn;rani a-:
rendered by Mesdames L. P. AHlsm.
T. Stromeyer and Sam .1. Chnnd
len ' t
There were many lovely gowns ii.
evidence and one of the loveliest was
that worn by the honoree. a white
marquisette draped in fillet lace with
.(ouches of dark green.
Tho decorations of this quaint and
lovely homo were a feature
tertainment. The receiving
friends for several days this- week.
The house ifarty is composed of i the
Misses : Family and Mary Harpes of
is uu u y narpei; o:
Miss Naoinr Weeiimn of
Miss Alleen Brown! of
Brenhatn Mr. Ed White of Sin An
tonio. Mr. Fred Switaer of . Blanket
Steel of this city.
glie-t. MtSrt Wood nght'. at fhew
home of fcf Hiritf. Mr-." N. At Prry.;
on Melwtx)d! A:vmue. Tl:"c ita-
stmblcdfax ihfs pretty hnm by .nine J
o'clock;' af which hour music by tlie
stringed bhnd cave the signal fiir the
dancing to start. - Those wlio did .not i
Indulge-in- Tripping the light fantastic
were entertained at forty-two. and all'
spent a most enjoyable evening. Re- J-joyed themselves while out In the
freshmeius were served at the ustial country Thq guests on this occasion
hour by the charming young hostess were the above and Misses -Mary and
Those present ag.ve v m they wer. "plora Whiteurst. John Whitehurst
never more royally cm rmined. 'and Mrs. Whitehurst as chaperons-
of the liiostf delightfttl occasions! of
the week's entertainment was that had
at the Caldwell farm on last Saturday.
Mr. John Caldwell came la townj in
his wagon ater the party and when
they arrived ;at tho farm he was As-
sisted in . entertaining them by "his
four brothers. ' The visitors were
treated to an abundance of melons
peaches lenronade and. cake and en-
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Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 266, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 26, 1911, newspaper, August 26, 1911; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth345836/m1/4/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.