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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1912
THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE
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It is expressed in every cake of our Fragrant '
Toilet Soaps. They are pur? vegetable oil
soaps that are good cleaners of the pores,
yet they do not deprive them of the natu
ral oil no essential to good skin health.
With our many years of experience in soap
dying and selling and for our customers
, protection, we make it a rule to buy only
soaps of triable manufacture.
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Houston A Texas Central.
northbound 12:87 P. M
northbound 2:19 P. M.
southbound 2:46 P. M.
southbound 2:45 P. M.
northbound 1:02 A. M.
No. 6. southbound 2:62 A. M.
International & Great Northern.
No. 14, northbound 1:44 P. M.
No. 15, southbound 4:80 P. M.
See Walker's windows for Friday's
i' Silas Locke of Zack spent today In
. the city.
S. S. Kelly of Kurten was in the
Tom Goodwin of the bottom was in
John D. Jones was in the city today
J. 8. Francis of Cottonwood was in
the city today. '
. P. II. Arrlngton of Mllllcan spent to
day in the city.
For SaleFew Shetland ponies.
Mrs. J. H. Suber.
Rip Easter of Reliance was in the
city today trading.
Joe Walker and Ezra Wilson of
Tabor were in the city today.
J. J. Pressley was over today from
Cook's Point, Burleson county.
Joe Lloyd and J. R. Smith of Re
liance were visitors to the city today.
Wanted Vacant room close in;
references exchanged. Apply Eagle
Always a fine prbgram at the Dixie.
See our standing program ad. They
are too good to miss tonight
. J. C. Cloud, A. W. Cloud, J. R. Smith
and Charlie Smith of Reliance were
in the city today.
J. R. Grant of Franklin arrived in
the city yesterday and will enter Al
James Yardley, Sam Jones and J.
M. Reed of Harvey were among the
visitors to the city today.
THEY TAKE THE PLACE
One little X RAY Liver Pill
taken at bed time aclt gently
(and thoroughly on the liver,
stimulating it to da it$ natural
They are not over strong or
drastic do not gripe or leave
the howtU deranged.
They take the place of Calo
met and do not salivate.',
Price only 20c per case.
E. R. EM MEL
Pure Drug Dispenser
Found Bunch of keys on car.
Owner apply at Eagle office, pay for
this notice and get them. '
J. W. Shepherd and Howard Rat
liffe were among the Kurten visitors
to the city today.
For Sale One of the best buggy
horses In Bryan; young and a traveler
See D. D. White at E. F. Parks'.
Miss Fenle Graham and Pansy Mc
Swain of Rock Prairie were in the
city today shopping.
Mrs. B. G. Stafford of Dayton came
In yesterday to place her son Paschal
In Allen Academy.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner Crenshaw and
family of Steep1 Hollow spent today
in the city.
Miss Nina Henry of Edge went to
Xavasota yesterday where she will at
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Miller of Tolar,
after visiting the family of J. A. D.
Robinson, .went to Bremond today.
Miss Onle Reed of Marlln came In
today to attend Villa Maria Academy
the coming year.
Mrs. A. G. Harris, Mrs. R. C. Long
and S. W. Long left today for Groes
beeck to spend a few days visiting
Five and Ten-Cent Store window is
fult of white enameled ware which
will go at unheard of prices in Fri
Do you. want to laugh? Then see
the slide pictures of yourself and
friends at the New Princess tonight.
Wanted Three unfurnished rooms
with bath; references exchanged. Ap
ply to Eagle.
Augustus Carney, the famous com
edian "Alkl Ike," will make every
body laugh at the Dixie tonight. See
Alkl's bride. .
Ladies, don't miss those beautiful
white enameled ice tea pitchers and
stew boilers at Walker's 5c and 10c
store Friday. This is your opportunity.
Fascinating Florence Lawrence will
be seen in a comedy gem at the New
Princess tonight, entitled "Her Cousjjn
H. A. Cllne of WhartonVir'a guest
In the home of his brother. Dr. W B.
Cllne of this city. He came to enter
his son, Henry Cllne. Jr., as a student
In Allen Academy.
I have two first-class watchmakers,
engravers and jewelers, and solicit
your repair work, to be turned out
with promptness, and guarantee satis
faction. J. M. Caldwell, the Jeweler.
Mrs. K. J. Harris of Mart, ifter a
pleasant visit to the family of her
brother, W. T. James, returned home
Miss Jennie C'happelle of College
left today for Manhattan, Kan., where
she wIlLniUend school the coming
yMr. J. W. Payne Is back at his old
fjlace with J. M. Caldwell, the Jeweler,
after spending the summer months in
Chicago posting himself on the latest
methods in scientific testing of the
eye for refractive errors and glass
fitting. jMr. Payne has had three years
eyfadnce in Chicago in frame fitting
and refracting. He has been through
the large wholesale houses and man
ufacturing plants and studied the me
chanical end of the business so as to
know Just what to give in the compli
cated case where skill is required in
fitting the glasses properly before the
eyes and to the nose as well as cor
recting the vision. Nowhere can you
obtain better service. Satisfaction
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AFTERNOON PROGRAM -From 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m.
1. The Pipe Vltagraph Drama
2. 8am Simpkln's Sleuth ...Essanay Roaring Comedy
3. Under a Flag of Truce.. Kalem Feature War Drama
NICHT PROGRAM From 6:30 p. m. to 11 p. nC
1. Conspiracy Callllne Grand Clnea Drama
2. Memories of Patio Days; or the Road to Yesterday..
Feature Vltagraph Love Dream
3. Alkl Ike's Bride A Famous Essanay Comedy
4. The Swastika Feature Western Drama
5. Under a Flag of Truce Kalem Feature War Drama
FAVORITES Mildred Brachen, George Stanley, Mary
Charleton, James Young, Robert Thornby, Clara Kimble Yaang,
Marshal P. Wilder, Chas. Bennett, Howard Missiner, Augustus
Corney as famous Alhi Ike and others.
A Grand Picnzm TcnFgtit
Mrs. Genett Thiel of Houston ar
rived in the city today with her son,
O. D. Thiel, who will enter Allen
Hllmer von Rosenberg, who has
been a guest of John Newton in this
city for several days, returned home
Have you seen the assortment of
fine diamond mountings at Caldwell's
Jewelry store? Better look after your
diamonds. Their values are increa$l
lng every year. -?
Ross A. Stewart of Dallas, a lormer
resident of this city, and Sterling P.
Strong of Dallas are in the city rep
resenting the stock sales department
of the National Temperance Life In
surance Company of Dallas.
For , Rent Two large pleasant
rooms, with bath, two blocks from
Slain street. Apply 307 West Cald
You can't get around It, you're
bound to admit that the two-reel Sol ax
production of "The Equine Spy" Is
the greatest picture ever shown in
Bryan. See it tonight at New Princess.
Get the Haiti
Of Using The: Best
Everything in the Grocery Line. If displeased
with your Groceries fandj service, try u and
become a Customer.
Phones 519 and 489 Two Wagons-Prompt Service
If you miss the big feature bill at
the New Princess tonight you'll miss
the greatest treat of the season. Bet
ter Join your friends and come.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Nail, Jr., of
Ypakum, after visiting the family of
R. M. Nail, Sr., in this city for sev
eral days, went to Georgetown today
to visit friends.
TT Gala Ttfavia finffm Tr-rrA V w I
the carload, $2.50 per cord f. o. b. j
I. & G. N. tracks Bryan. Geo. A. i
Rev. R. L. Nash left today for New
Baden, where he will hold a meeting
to elect messengers to the Central 1
Baptist Association, which meets in
Hearne, September 12-15. He will go i
from there to the association meeting
Several Interesting Subjects Dis
cussed Address by County Su
Attention, National Cash . . Register j
We will have an expert mechanic
here for several days. If your register
needs attention please notify C. L. t
Doyle, sales agent, Hotel Bryan. , , I
NEW PRINCESS THEATRE
COOL AS A CAVE
Tonight Tonight .
THE EQUINE SPY
The horse that can do everything but talk. The horse
with a Million dollar Reputation, he lights the Beacon
fire he saves his masters life.
BIG TWO REEL FEATURE
Florence Lawrence and Owen Moore
IN A COMEDY GEM
"HER COUSIN FRED" .Victor
"THE SURPRISE AT CIRCLE C . . . . Bison
Famous 101 Bison Feature
"CONDUCTOR NO. 786 Thanhouser
The third day's session of the city
teachers' institute being held at the
Eastside school building was preg
nant with interest and the several
subjects discussed by those present
were highly beneficial to all present
and much thought and preparation
The following program was carried
?"The Budding Girls, Dr. G. Stanley
Hall," by Miss Annie Dearing.
"Function of Horace Mann School
In Training Teachers," by Miss May
"Step of Preparation in Reading,"
by Mrs. Minnie Estill.
"James Psychology, Chapter 10," by
Miss Ray Montgomery.
Address: "Book Teaching and Oral
Teaching In Germany and in Amer
ica." by A. W. Klnnard.
Talk by County Superintendent T.
"Pedagogical Themes," by Miss Ada
'Third Step in Geography," by Miss
"Paper on Thorndike's Psychology,"
by Miss Erma Collins.
"Great Educators," by Mr. George
"Interpretation of Henderson's Pa
per' on Vocational Work," by C. M.
"The Learning Process, Chapter 3,"
by Superintendent W. C. Lawson.
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
Slide pictures of Bryan. We have your picture, if
you don't believe it come and see. Be prepared to
laugh. You will laugh! Scream! Roar! The greatest
program ever shown in Bryan, barr ng none. Come
early, come late you'll see it all
The varlons -warehouses f the city
have received new cotton to date as
Lawrence warehouse 5,925
Union warehouse 3,530
Brick warehouse 3,030
Local spot quotations today were
10 13-16 (8 He, middling basis.
New York Open: October 11.10;
December 11.22. . Closed: October
11.23-23; December 11.40-42.
New Orleans Open: October
11.07-08; December 11.19-20. Close:
October 11.31-32; December 11.41-42.
Cottonseed, $15.00 a ton.
I have purchased the S. W. Buch
anan wood sawing outfit and am ready
to serve the public. Wood sawed for
75 cents per cord.
T. W. COLE.
Liiss GsrZiwti3 (sliy
Session begins September 16. Cin
cinnati Conservatory Certificate.
Eastside School, Phone 139
Baptist Prayer Meeting.
Subject for discussion at the prayer
meeting of the First Baptist church
tonight will e "Christian Testimony."
This ia the second subject in the Be-!
ries on "The Chief Business of a (
Christian." The letter to the assocla-j
tion will be read and approved at the
close of the prayer service. Every
body will be welcome. j
M. E. Weaver, Pastor. ;
Oil I F
Popular Excursion to Galveston and
Houston Via I. & G. N. Ry. Satur
day, Sept. 14, National Baptist
Convention Speaking by Dr.
Booker T. - Washington Sunday,
Sept. 15, at Auditorium, Houston.
Excursion tickets on sale Saturday,
September 14 and for trains arriving
Galveston and Houston Sunday morn-'
lng, September 15.' Return limit to
leave Galveston or Houston Monday,
September 16. For rate and full par
ticulars see ticket agent.
Get a Line On Us
Ascertain bv inquiry ju t w here
we stand in the drug business.
Are we reliable? Are we prompt?
Are we accurate? Are our prices
We Invite Investigation, for your
research will determine where
you trade in future. Don't run
any chances when buying" drug
READ & STEWART
The Progressive Druggists
Phone 196. We Deliver.
Did Your Child
show symptoms of eye -strain during
last year's school term? Was there
complaint of headache, eyes itchfng
or burning? Is there at times a ten
dency of the eyes to cross? If any of
these or the numerous other symp
toms of eye strain were manifest, the
cause of the eye-strain should be
sought and corrected. Here you are
absolutely sure of getting what the
child needs. If no defect is present I
will tell you so. TJnder no circum
stances will I prescribe glasses unless
needed. J. W. Payne with J. M, Caldwell
JERSEY COW AND CALE FRESH
You will buy her if you see her.
She is alright
GUY M. BOARD,
Office In Court Houe. 4 '
Five new Styles of this
popular Negligee Waists
to choose from at
THIS STORE EXHIBITS
THE NEW THINGS
New Venice Lace Collar Sets
The very latest Parisian styles are on display for your Inspection, in White and
Ecrue. Priced $1.00 up to $6.50 the set. Shadow Lace Frills, the latest mdi
for collar and cuff effects, 25c and 50c the yard.
SAM E. WILSON
New Aatamn Novelties
BANDEAUX, BAR PINS,
HAND BAGS, BELTS,
NECK WEAR in the Great
We are anxious to