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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 19 February 1911
i:vi:itY sr.Mi.w I l llltl AIIY lit. Itl 1 THE 4r FIRST YEAR No. 1 IT SHINES FOR ALL EVERYTHING That is kept In a First-class Store Can be Found Here. We arc now showing for the first time this season a tfraixl collection of the very newest things in nm:w sflhy footwkah I 'or Ljulirs. Nw Spring Slyl' hi SILKS ami FANCY DHFSS (iOOI)S Xew Laces Xew Kmlnoidcry New Trimmintfs and an entire store full of the prettiest tfoods ever shown in Hryan. W will ho llilit'l liave you rail and sM' (lie new SPRING STYLES IIHYA.N. Ti:XAS SUN THREE MONTHS 25C SAM B. WILSON
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 19 February 1911
T n ic it su X EVANGELINE UP TO DATE THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS New York Feb. 17. With a de fiance of the conventions which was only one of .several indications of her independent habit of thought Kvan geline Saner was wearing her diamonds at breakfast this afternoon when her toast and eggs were mar red by the intrusion of a policeman Never before in her nineteen vears had Miss Saner been so annoyed. "I suppose" she remarked icily "mamma has given another balloon ascentson." Mamma appeared against her dau Kilter in the W est Side court. "Fvangeline is a good girl" said Mrs. Saner "who has been ruined by a legacy. A foolish brother of mine died and left her so much money that she hasn't touched a typewriter since. She won't live w ith me. She's not w hat she calls a studio apartment. Most of the time it's full of a lot of Hungarians." "liohemians mamma" corrected F.vangeline "artists and writers and actors. If you didn't like them why you didn't say so the night I let you come to my part v."...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 19 February 1911
lit CopyrlfM 1909 tr Hiti Miwi r Min THE isUN OUR SPRING SHOWING .. OF .. TIIK FAMOUS Haht Sciiaffneu & Makx HANI) TAILORED CLOTIIKS 111 ILL he by far the largest and handsomest collection of good clothes for men and young men ever brought to Hryan. Every pattern and fabric every cut and style that will be in de- mand the coming season will be found in our SPLENDID SPRING STOCK If you want style service ami general satisfaction nt n reasonable price join the army of men throughout the country who are wearing clothes hearing the Hart Schaff- ner Ji Marx label. A. M. WALDROP & CO. TIIK IIOMK OF i001 CLOTH FS FOK MEN.
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 19 February 1911
THIiSUN THE CITY The New Railroad. The biggest tiling on the tais for Rrvan will l)e the completion of the Kryun & Itra.os llottotti Railroad. As a trade-getter and a trade holder it will be a winner. Krvival Meeting. A revival meeting will begin at the l'irst Methodist Church on Sunday March 5th. The pastor Rev. (Ucnn I'linn will do the preaching prob- ably assisted by visiting clergymen. A celebrated gospel singer from Fort Worth will direct the choir. May this meeting be a great sue- cess. The New ('ily Directory. The publication of a city directory for Bryan has been agitated by a number of gentlemen interested and it is probable that the publication of the same will be handled through the well equipped printing office of The Sun Company. The proposed directory would be a good thing for the city and a good thing for the publishers. ; The Colonial Theatre. j This popular temple of amusement ; has been playing to good business lately and the patronage is deserved. Of the late ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 19 February 1911
THE MODERN VERSION Pythias yyas ;i married man ill ant -it-nt Syracuse. Ill- went mi ;i whi urn- mylil and got into an awful s ra if . Mr smashed a shoyv rax- ill a cigar stint- ami air a steak ill the raft- ami wouldn't pay fur it ami raisril a rough house generally ami 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 wound up by t r i 1 1 n to go I" linl in the piano .it tin- moving pit tun- sliuw Tin- pnlirr gut him. uf course ainl tin- nrt morning the Kccnrdcr I )iuii sins nave him a sentence ol thii t v days without the allci native of a line. Now. as thev rir taking thr prisom-ts down thr stint to thr rmk pilr llamoii. om- ul Pythias' neighbors came along 1 1 111 ' " II inl Pvthias. or wniils to that rltnt "Say. you've got to lit- a lucml. I want oii to go to in -wilt- ami prow- an ahlii (or nir. Trll hi I tin- til til lias M-nt lilt- to Crccn- villr to look after souir bad debts or any other lit- vou ran think of. it it is a better onr ami inakr l.rr hcheve it I 'lliloas much for some dav." Mr would have sai...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 19 February 1911
THE SUN Printed Every Saturday Ninht; Is? :ci Ever;.' Sunday Morninji at Br; an Tcxa. THE SUN PRINTING COMPANY TI-KMS OF SIHSCKIIT ION Three mouths .'V 6 tmmtlis Mc. year Jl mi oDk-e in the Unwell IIimUIImi; TELEPHONE 363 FFH. 19 TWKI.YK PACKS 'TlsSunday ;why not go t" church? Kkvax g 1 town? ( hit' of the very best in Texas commercial! y. What do you known aliout the commission form of n vt-r ti incut .is applied to municipalities? TllK 17 year locusts are due again this year. The Sun trusts they will forget to keep the appointment. Wkkk it not for woman man would revert to whiskers and carry a chili dreat is her refilling influence. TllK liryan Commercial Chili is the liest business organization the town ever had being an "industry getter" and all rouml town Imilder. TllK man who is alile to do the right tiling at the right time and in the right place may he a genius hut it is more likely that he's lucky. A Dallas man's notion of sup- porting a wife was to buy her a sack of peanut...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 19 February 1911
Kaii-a-City I'cli. IS. "Cm mil In woik ill lllr 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1- .ill'! ( nine Lack tn jail tn sleep. ' ' That '-the kiml of a i;iniW' Judge l.atshaw gianteil in the ci iminal conr In.! i' In W ill Iais the lather of dun -ma'! 1 1 1 1 t t- . Two months agn Iits was sentence. I In a M ar ill jail having .iiiiiii ill a little girl. At tlial tmii' tin- ju.lgc -aiil lif wouM -t t ii it 1 1 1 HI tn hii I" jail ill-trail nf lllr it ' I llrlll ian . lull I lu I c w a- tn lir lln palolc. Tin ii tin n. I- nl llir family -aw tlir will an.l 1 1 i Ii It tn lute snuggling agam-t lianl i ilium-tain is ami mol- ril lal-' wages lilt- i 111 tl t e. lnl willl Jmlgc 1. at haw At lll-l t lit- I'j.li it Inst il In li-lrli. I lu ll a Mrw i.lra lnl a jiamlr inruticil In limi. "II llial man's teal ilr-iir is tn -uppoit Ins f i i 1 1 1 I will give linn a t llama ' ' lit- -aiil. " i - ma wink in tllr i la 1 imr a M.l si i m- liis sen ten re ill jail at night . ' ' Ilr tallt.l Iiais hclotc him tliis all i I...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 19 February 1911
THIS if SUN BELL BROS. The Quality Grocers n American Beauty Flour n RICHELIEU CANNED GOODS n THREE WAGONS PHONES 111 & 179 ATTENTION GENTLEMEN! The place to spend your leisure hours in Hryan is nt the POOL HALL We are always interested in your pleasure and our equipment is the hest in the city. We are improv- ing our tallies eues etc. and offer you the liest in our line. iJ&" Make our place your liryan headquarters. COX & I'DMONDS BRYAN HAS Kxcelleut schools. $:Vo I-'ree Library. A Commercial College A threat cotton compress. llectric 1 i lit i ilk' system luterurhan Stteet Railway Churches valued at f.'ui.oou. Three well ei iiiipril cotton Two ureal lumber iiply yards School ttuiMinn valued at 1 IMHI. I-1 1 i r Mill i liar ret capacity iinu building Creates! cotton market north of Houston. Three strong banks with deposits Out of t lit- largest cotton oil mill. in southwest. An extensive ice mnuutactuiint- and coM storage plant . Excellent afternoon new spupe r - Tht Hr...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 19 February 1911
tii i; sun NEWS OF THE CITY. "QUALITY AND SERVICE" THE CHURCHES. Mi A 1 it Hoar. I I illltltf tn Ilalla In T il't. ill Trrtrll i a Hnnn tisitot Ml K K i:llls i tiitlln( in Houtoti Ml I'. K TaUot l mmIiiik ill Italia lt XX II Ttlrt of XX aio i. in thr i it Mi iihi Itiillr- i xi-ililih; ifl iuil"li Mi liv Hull l ittiiifc:i!l .hrttnaii Ml lohtl l'irlnii In k'uiii- tu i ikl.ih-.itia Mr ii I. TatH.r Ji '.I II I'n i- in Miv XX iLiup m.iI. .1 Hi .HUH M.ti!:o Mr Kat.h llorlt Irfl w.i.t.l.o iHimi.-.m Imt t I. ..Ill Mt rtll llrXl.mt wtt III lhrct! .I'IMIik thi at tk Mr II II ll..;ilwtlhl ll.i irtuMlr-! Il' tli a i.it ! Marlin lntiut MtotnttXX l' I i.i i h i It luttn I ft i .in 1 l atikl ill 1 t XX XX ilkrf soil IMilttir.l rtit.l.. It. .Ill l..tlto1l Mr .!! I.ri t ..1 N i .! -In 1 I In Km l "I Mt J II Mikr Mt 1'n ii 1 1 nr Mali ..llwn. h i . w m- I - 1 M -. l.lla X-lattl Mr i". XX smith t ha rrtntiit.l ft.-m i 111 to l..llt..ll Mi Itatikir Xfintttiti ..I lliainr na a i it"T . 1IM .ill !.il iir...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 19 February 1911
TU1C it HUN Describing her personal experience with the social life of shopgirls a writer in the Metropolitan Magazine says: There was no precedent anions working yirls for home amusenients. Their crowded Hats and dinyy boarding-houses had noth- ing tootTer. Staying: ;it home meant house- work and quarreling. ( )ur desideratum was to yet out as many niyhts as possible. It was the streets for ours. There we enter- tained our gentlemen friends. There we kept our appointments. Then- lloiirished a social life which the yayest debutante would do well to rival. An adventure with a pick- up was always a possibility. The delights ot Coney Island and Fort Ceoryc were ours if we had the price. Park benches and moviny-pieture shows were not without re- sources while a nominal entrance fee opened up the ylamor of the dance hall. It must be confessed that when nothing better otTered the dance hall was our favorite diversion. And not without reason. There lurked all the romance that our starved s...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 19 February 1911
THI5XSUN .THE. jjjfljjSL OlOfflES jf AND .lT$f& FURNISHINGS V WM We show you are different yet Muni- V 71 fr; uii'jvs tfM'ni: satisfaction under ar A STRICT GUARANTEE. A CALL WILL CONVINCE YOU AND BE APPRECIATED BY US. Brandon S Lawrence OUTFITTERS FOR YOUNG MEN AND MEN WHO STAY YOUNG
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 19 February 1911
Til 10 it !SUN SOME PRETTY VERSE RELIGIOUS OPIMON. THE WARNING NOTE Ill-.K MU-VM 'Mother they ti ll mi- 11 dream is true Whenever il coint s ulicii dawn is lieu. lUt then I have heard the osips saw Thr mist- of Hit- 1 if ai it art- sxxept axxax. A Hit clear the eyes of the soul can set- The secret things that aie et to be I dreamed a ill fit in xx hile t hi- daw ti xx as new Oh mother what if lit dicaui is ttue' ' I saw in tti ilt t . tii a ii i ii i k sky. A ii t ctested billows xxele leaping high Leaping and dashing in stotmx plax On ii shalleitd xxrcck their helpless pux . Kollinu mill breaking in clouds ol foam on my loxcs good ship thai sailed ttotn home The sen nulls scieautt d and (he wild wind blew - t Mi. mot he i uh.it if tin- t u -aiii is (tut" Autumn ut-ut by like a stoi told. And tht- gitlish diet k gtexx fait- and cold. When last t at s leaves were faded and s'ird. A snowdrop lose fioin its gatdi n Kid. Thr hoar (lost silvered tht- window ian . hen the flower of hope b...