Newspaper Page Text
i A mlJi ani L'e-Kke re fr.iactbn of lioric atJ dra-ir-ic events, scenes in foreign ccrr.:::n and frontier Ufa inter-t-zr.zi ::h comedy and pathos, vLh crr'.al m;ic rncluilns; tc:r::.:;y illustrated Sons, are t!;!;:! teturcs at the C::r TL::trc where prejecteJ on canvas 1012 feet in til by the latest im proved Edison Machine effi ciently operated, i to be een the beat and plainest Moving Pictures ever before exhibited in Cryan. The Theatre if com fortably seated and equipped wi;a Electric Fans, Good order beinj required and maintained by the management at all times. White patronize exclusively ex cept on Saturdays when sep arate entrance and division is provided for wLe and colored. Ctow opens Monday to Friday n';hts inclusive at 8 o'clock p. m., closinj at 10 p. m: Sat urdays 10:33 a. m. to 10:30 p. ra The public cordially invited. Single admission 10c Family circle of 5 or more half price. Weekly Tickets 25c. n u ti c:nr n I fn) i 1 i J U U LJ U I la a higher fcvt K la berttar. AtX YOUR C3CER. STATE FAltl CF .TEXAS At CsliXS Cy-2?3 OCTOCZrK.Oth Runs to OCTODCC? Clot E'KW. Better, Grander than ever before. Finest Collection of Exhibits ever shpwn in Texas, THE L:lc!C3C3! a::d i::-'3Tcn Gi:cur:ciorj! toooooooooooooi OISVsr. II S - We carry a full line of School Books and Supplies. We thank you for your pat ronage. , Crin Store Ancient Ork Training, f U4 manner in wftkh tb AtUenlane trout bt op tbelr rhlldreo Is worth re membering. At aeven yean of at the Athenian lad entered the patestrf. which waa essentially a playground. All the tnt and letter half of the day wan apent In gymnastics, dadtlnf. games and play. lo tb afternoon there ware tinging, some writing, some reading, all in the open air. and then came a long period of play again. Such was the schooling of the Greek lad up to the age of ten or eleven, and It did ot dISer essentially op to the age of sixteen, except In the severity of the exercises. And yet the world has not ceased to marvel at the reralta of the Greek education. It produced the highest type of man. physically and Intellectually, that the world has ever seen, which Gallon saya waa as far In advance of the modern Engllahman aa the modern Euglishman la In advance v-t the native African. In Dbrslcal beauty, courage and patriotism. In philosophy, literature, architecture and art, the Greeks hive been the unsur passed modela of the agee and are still the Inspiration of our schools today But they p!afd the emphasis upon hygiene, eter.lae. games and play, which are too much neglected In the dc a.-Kansas City Star. MARKET POINTS. Chickens. Grown bena 3.00 to $3.60. Springs 92.75 to $3.00 par dot, Fryers '2.60 to $3.00 per dot. Broilers $2.00 to $2.60 per dot. Turkeys. ' Turkeys 7 to S cents per pound. Egga fancy price, 15 to 20 cenU. Ducks not wanted, out of season. Geese, full feathered $3.50 to $4.00 per doien. i Guineas 12 1-2 tovlS cents each. Chicken hens In excellent demarid and bring fancy pricea. Spring chicks fancy ready sale, es pecially Rhode Island reds and Barred Plymouth Rocks. Fresh egga very scarce on account of extreme hot weather. Geo. W. Iilgge. LIBS' C3E3E SO JIG MUttT, 01120 Having purchased the interest of W. G. Reynolds in the above fine stand ard bred Stallion, I will stand him for the present at livery stable of C. C, Shelburne on Main Street in Bryan. Prospective breeders should .look at this horse by all means. E. W. THOMPSON. T. n. DATTE Alio may -At -Law anil Real Estate Agt. 40 acres and a five-room house at Kurten, $800. 6 acres and a fife room house southwest part of town, 51,600. Family residence fron inj on court house square, $2,000 J. B. HI MEG f.!l Kids of KSIKURCE Ti!hone 161 tp stairs in the Parker Building OR. ALGIE BENBOW. CSNTI3T OYa HaBWnx. 8 BOOK BT021 J. W. BATTt REAL ESTATE AGENT Offlee In Taliaferro Building. Opposite Court House. Phone 17 Have In office the only set of Abstract Books of Brazoa County Land tltlea FOR SALE 256 acres In the Burleson County Levee District all fenced; 235 acres In cultivation; 8 bouses. At half price and on reasonable terms. W. C FOUNTAIN OENTIST. Office upstairs aver Smith Drug Co, BLOCKADED. Every Household In Bryan 8hould Know How to Realst It The back aches because the kidneys are blockaded. Help the kidneys with their work. The bark m ill ache no more. Lota of proof that Doan'a Kidney rills do this. It's the best proof, for It comes from this vicinity. II. R. Overhall. Franklin. Texas, says: "I was subject to attacks ot kidney complaint for several years, Irregular parages of the kidney se cretions being thd worst feature. Hear ing of Doan'a Kidney nils, I procured box and after taking a few doses, noticed an Improvement Before long I was cured and since then I have not been obliged to take any kidney remedy. I have great confi dence In Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealera. Price CO centa. FosteMllburn Company, Buf falo, New York, sole agents for the lilted States. Remember the name Doan'a and take no other. COTTON RECEIPTS. Cotton has been received by the varioua warehouses In Bryan todate aa follows: . Lawrence Warehouse 4713 Fanners' Union Warehouse .... 1743 Brick Warehouse 1515 Total 7973 Cotton aeed $22.00 ter tun. The cotton market waa better to day than for some daya past. The average aale price was about 12 3-1 6c. EAT CORNED BEEF, PORK AND ONIONS FOR DINNER, Do you crave for a good old fashion ed New England boiled dinner? Corned beef and cabbage, and pork and beets and onlona and turnips? There may be a few readers of the Eagle who will turn up their noses and sniff contemptuously, but if they do It's because they never faced the good old kind like mother used to make.- But there are thousands of people In this world who wont eat a New England boiled dinner because they can't digest It. And these people ought to know ai once that Mi-o-na tablets, the quick acting and guaranteed cure for Indi gestion, will put the stomach In such a clean and perfectly healthy condi tion In a ftw daya that they will be able to eat and digest a New England boiled dinner or any' other kind of a dinner. E. J. Jenkins sells Ml-o-na for 60 cents a large bx and he guarantees It to cure Indigestion, catarrh of the stomach or any chronic or acute stom ach trouble. Ml-o-ner I- a wonder worker. It In stantly slops dlstrcxa after eating; turns a sour stomach Into a sweet one; stops belching and heartburn. Mlona is sold by leading druggists everywhere. TIm gaa stove and a Sadiron bad a heated dUcusalon The gas atove claimed it wi cf mre use In the household than the Saulron. The Sadiron, when pressed. Jt-nled It.. The argument grew so warm bat a bar of Solder began to melt, and had to be lead away. Other articles Including an alarm clock, took a hand In the debate. The nail keg got right down to brass tacks, and his arguments were very pointed. But the hammer bit tha nail on the head when It said that the Stove had a Grate Oven! Tim Sadiron got real hot when be said that, and begged the dinner bell to wring the Hammer's neck. The knife who had been laying on the ta ble, apoke aharply, and cut out the real of the crowd. A Cross-cut Saw showed Ita teeth, and aald, on the level. It waa the plain est bunch he ever Saw. A ran said that waa Oil Right, too! At this, a Mirror brightened up and aald It reflected Ita own views. A Tool Box got real chesty, and thought he knew niose than the rest, but the Auger bit him and be shut up. A Winchester gun loaded with Nu Black sheila fired at the Oven Rack, but It waa out of Range. v Things were steadily getting worse, and It looked aa though tbere'd be a big fight, so a Broom brushed by the crowd and whisked out of the room. A horse shoo got. a skate orv and thought It waa In luck. A. pair" of acalea weighed the evidence, but didn't get tipped. A Carving Set offered to bet that a Nutmeg waa Grater than either the Btove or Sadiron. The elevator took him up. The refrigerator looked on witb- cold, icy stare, that frose the potato masher. A Diets Lautern began to and spit, much tothe disgust of the Shears. The Shears were regular cut-ups, and soon trimmed the Lan tern! The Phonographs talked so much that no record waa taken of what It said. The Stove got to laughing so much that it fell over a pipe and broke Its leg. The grsss cutter thought that a green Joke and cried for mower. The Garden hose turned around to CABBAGE, ' rubber, and got all klnkled up. ' In the confusion the -stove pipe bumped Its elbow and got black on the aides. It seemed better after a time, however, and called the coal a darn fuel. Just at thla moment J. Allen Myers came along and put a damper on the whole thing. Full stock of the Winchester Brands of shells, Winchester, Leader, Re peater and Nu Black, they are the kind that do the work. J. Allen Myera the Winchester Shell Man. - l?C70 Ola -3 "j"rr : n r Dry , dull years generally prove the most disastrous c.es frcm . standpoint Cotton Gins, Cotton. Country Stores aed Live Z.: are our specialties. Call us up day or night, our time t;!r--$ t? r friends and patrons. . V No Trouble to Answer Questions. ooro, Adcmo Ci Gorc'cn PHONE 2Z5 Parker Cuilc:::3 II THE TEXAS DENTAL COLLECT HOUSTON, TEXAS nFTU AKXUAl SESSION iZOXS OCKZZt Sik, IKt. This school offttt extraordinary opportunitie and sdnniigt for lbs study of the most modern and up-to-date Dmtittrv. It is purely a Collets of DtntUtry, not associated or connected with any Medical department! a Mem ber of the National Association of Dental Faculties, and its courses recognised and accepted by all the Leading Denial Colleges in the world. For catslogue and full Information address CMAS. H. EDGE, D. D, 8., HOUSTON, TEXA3. INSURANCE"" Insure with me. I represent the oldest and Best Companies. Your business given my personal attention and appreciated. . Residence f tT DnVCTT Office Phone 257 Jm Ha DJ I LI 1 Phone 372 Fire. Tornsda, Acs&Rt, Flits Gliss, Czr.ii tr.i Livs t::!t smoke TEACHERS IN STITU TE. in n TOME Cores catarrh or money back Jnst Following Is the program carried out today In the Teachers Institute which haa been In aeaslon at the East Side School all this week: 9 to 10 Step of Preparation In the Primary Department by Miss Alice liurtls. Geography by Prof. C. M. Bethany. Poem by Miss Ulla Grtfrn. 10 to 11 Apperception by Miss An nie Dealing. 11 to 12 llerbarr and llcrbartians by Prof. A. W. Klnnard. 12 to 1 Noon. 1 to 1:30 Language by Mitts Wesa Weddlngton. 1:30 to 2 Physical Training by .MNs Ray Montgomery. 2 to 3 Puplla Vital Trinity. Inspiration by Mlsa Ada Board. till. Concentration by Mrs. Minnie Ks Clear Thinking by Miss Johnnie Wilson. 3 to 4 Dynamic Factors In an Ed- f G. H FRANKLIN'S Meat Markets Vfft gMsst ftUae t$ LjMeCaeise flUae Xt Choicest or Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, and Sausage,. Your trade is appreciated. Giv2 Us Ycr :pt:r.!::r C.t::ry f.::::r.l Wc will do our best lb please you with the best goods and promptest service. Insure in the SOUTHWESTERN LIFE KiSUZAKCE CO., Czs, Tex Why? Btciut H Is s Ta coapsnv. fcas ! CiMl anf Srtut tm4 01 Ts swSwy la Tl Jos H. H4 III tha alftmat t4 rat, aa4 an also rM AcrtaaaM aM Skk Bnat InttiraiKe ttte ha tovtruatDarlawiiactve vw ! tHial y vat.aai4 to arlll hfM fcaa jtm art etttf . fcvatr mm iM on m4t hi. m w4 kaahh, kiiS )o4a t-rw4-H-hal Society. SUaf art mow eatoylrt ' Nottitt IM Lira lataraawe Ikal owl aot, it awt tar aty eflsns. Joe B. Reed, Can explain Insurance in lbs different Lodges.. Do not give your insurance to a lunger who does not look to your inters! but iutl kis own. GET READY FOR , HOT WEATHER - Buy a Hammock and Your Fishing Tackle at HaowoH'o Dook Gtoro BOARD1NC Excellent Fare. HOUSE. Nice Rooms. Dry on Wood Ycrd Dry Split Wood, all kinds, de livered in any quantity. Phono - - - CCD . Iks It Ccttcr Not "JUST AS GOOD" but better Brtttt, Fetter, JaWer, TeaaVrer aaW CstaVr Stfkl mmi Kumtt 'Nothing but the very bett meats and all thor oughly refrijrersied. '.' '. . The oily Fiist Clas Restaurant in the city in con- jm Jm nection with market. Next Door to Cote Hardware Co. rlichlln breath it in Complete outH , Inclwling ucatlon by Supt, w. v. uwion. In' ltr$L J5xa bottles fid' jDrngpiata. Trie Institute will close tomorrow. Stevenson Machine & Repair Works gacolitje tzr:ciriEG PHONE NO. 7 I3RYAN, TEitA3 O COMMENCING location: Fl:z3 Lets, lizt cf II. a T: C. Rsitvay ! t The Show That Alvoya Plcaoco. AS. rd OAB) ItlCUCE U Uy-ALTli mm r(l niEATjiE CHAS GERTHUCE Presenting a rep:rt::re cf successful "Cc::s z:.i Dtrms written esp:!ly fcr this Cc.pcny by Ch:s. I!:rris:a. Chir.-3 cf phy nitly. Opjni-gFlsy: "THE LOVE OF A THIEF" Grand Solo Brass Band and Operatic Orchestra . PEtDE8 aaaa I liiiww,J ItwmhI L I Pcrcjct Sects 25c. C:x ::ts . 50c. aa Doors Opon at 7 p. m. Porformonco ct G:fGj). m.