Bryan Morning Eagle (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TWELFTH YEAR, No. 266, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 16, 1907 Page: 3 of 6
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Yming MeMt9s S aunts
Fall Designs and Exclusive Patterns
The young man who is really looking for
smart clothessomething different from the ordi-
nary products will find in our destinctive collection
Correct Clothes for Gentlemen
a style and pattern sure to strike his fancy.
There are three-button Sack Suits in single
or double-breasted styles for street or dress wear
that are wonderfully smart and fashionable. These
are mostly with form-fitting backs and come in all
tlie latest shades and fabrics.
Just the styles smartly dressed college men
are wearing this Fall at prices ranging from
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HEADQUARTERS FOR STYLE AND VALUE
We have reopened out Oystt r Parlor anJ are serving the
Famour Berwick Bay Oysters in any style. Parlor open
from 6 a. m- to 10 p. m. Please give us a call. We guaran-
tee to please you with first-class service.
We also sell the r-'ammis Berwick Bay Oysters in bulk.
Holmes & Parker
Will Bring Our
Wagon lo take
Lift it loo ihorl lor peop t who hae Ihe advantage ol a tintcUt team
laundry lo depend on haphaiiard method lor either mdmdval or lamily
waihing. What i drudgery at home become eay with our equipment.
Bryan Steam Laundry w ?rop!RN
TEACHERS' CLANSMAN CONTEST.
The voting contest for the six
reserved seats for the performance
of "The Clansman" to he given
to the lady school teacher receiv-
ing the largest numler of votes
ha ojHrncd in a most gratifying
The scholars are already In-ginning
to take a lively interest in the
contest. Kveryitody young or
old rich or or is entitled to one
or one thousand votes the only
provision leing that the voting
shall I done on the voting cou-
pons printed dailv in this news
paper. There are several hundred
school children and supporters of
the public schools in this city
Insure in the SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE CO. of DHTex.
Wa.aut h Te compute ha ample Capital and Sarplua and tll
keep Ta money in Tea. Joe B. Reed mil explain lha different plan And
.ate and fan alo write Accident and Sick Benefit Inturanct In Ixwt compa-
re and five you jut what you want and you will know what you art tet-
'm Every man and woman under V) year in good health thould jjin
FRIEND IN NFFt) SOCIETY.
lanv are now enjoying the benefit Itom Life Ini ranee that would not if not
my erlort. JOK B. RKH). Agent lor the Zonophont the
cleareit lone ol ane Talking Machine manufactured
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Annette Cretr "A Cowboy' (iirf
Opera Hout Fti. Oct. l!th
Ii at tne service ol thrte placing their buiine pth ma. 1 aha
have the oldett agency in tht city and represent H lint o Boiur-
paed conipanio. I aolicit y jur patronage lor
FIRE 'ACCIDENT HEALTH PLATE CLASS and BOILER INSURANCE
Careful and j.ompt attention lo all butinn intrtuted.
UTOVER ROHDE'S SALOON
Office Phone 2501 T nTpMri I
Residence Phone 213; J. r. 1111 I UliELL
Nice Juicy Steaks and Roasts
10 THE PIBUC
I deire to inform my patron and the
public that I now have a firt-clai four
chair barber hop with hot and cold batht
in the Dunn & Oal block. We will be
I to hae ou call. V. L. Winter.
TO THE PLBLIC
On and after Ocioler IS the price ol
flat work at the Hrvan Steam Laundry wt
be advanced to 2 cent per piece. Thi
chance i made necearv ou account of
the incrate in tala'ie ol help and adtance
in Uundry lupplie.
:r W. O. Hearn Propr
At - the basis of a good meal and make it
wi rth while to put one's feet under the table-
Wc have them as well as everything
else tint's good in the Meat Market line.
Ve Invite Your Patronage
With the assurance that for quality of meats
courteous and prompt service all the year
round we are unexcelled. ZlTPhone 282
HIGGS & HAYGOOD
STEVENSON MACHINE and REPAIR WORKS
Manufacturing: and Rooairing
erVon ok town Phcne 7 BRYAN. TEXAS
W. C. FOUNTAIN
ic i plart r S.ta Drf C.r
Dr. R. H. Harrison
Office at F.mmel Ic Maloney' Drue Stoct
Call (tiomptly antwered day or night
Orbct hour V to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4p.m
Office 'phont 66 tit Ra. 'p t 313
every one of whom should cast at
loast one vote for the teacher of
The plan of the contest is very
simple. The ICagle will afford the
opjxirtunity to one teacher anH her
friends to witness that great play
of the South "The Clansman" M
the opera house on Oct. 24. We
have accordingly secured six re-
served scats for this performance
and will present them with our
compliments to the teacher receiv-
ing the lasgest numK-r of votes.
The successful teacher will le
the owner of the seats for the
evening and may invite any of her
friends whom she desires to share
them with her.
FOR SALE-C.eorgt lolk larm ol 140
acre one milt south ol Hryan Texa.
For price and term apply lo I. Ii Per-
rin and B. S. lackion illard. New
1 haw lonnd a an1 tnrt1 ertw lor Rh.
Inati.in! Sia trmtT thai will r!Mi tli
dirvl 1imh ol rrmmlc mrr'' for turn hone
1-Ttwtturw. klnlixh ntmln. TruU U iniottl.
I ml 1 itn rxiw tumlr kui U iua and lo ol
Uilt d.'ilrrhl JifcWMk .
In (iermnr-with a Cbeml tn tha CUT ot
Nrm'lt I Imaul tn Ut InfrwiKW wtlh
whirh Tr. Cbonp Khoumaue Romodr V Tn"
a lrfil itrndtil prnpum. Wuhou
trui lt uujwxlionl. I envhiUr Utt Vnj.
hianr ol hheumntiun : but now. at lad. It mik.
l.irnilT ran all curable mm ol thi horrtoliTe
bim h dr..ll di-wwi. Thow nanO-lik ftnulr
.-. funil tn !mUc UliwJ rnoiti"i
and r onJr to artinn ol ta rrinwtT a
trwlf dM ur hn tM lo fur watr
And thrti. w ho diMnlrrd. Uhw oiiou wmi
tnmlr ! I"1" ""n. "! the ol
Kliminwtiun I enoe Imwrr. Trxi U now no
m nii no einiM to eiiflrr kmrr with-
uh. we U. and in connJeno refnmmil
M. H. JAMES.
Better Than Ever!
That i the verdict of ihote who have been buy-
ing our Meat and market product lor year pat.
Wc are telling over the counter at our two market
THE BEST MEATS
that can be obtained Iroin telected cattle. Wt havt
everything trainable and the large! Relrigirator
UPPER MARKET PHONE 30
LOWER MARKET PHONE 326
S. H. FRANKLIN
o PARTICULAR WOMEN ()
FinJ all those dainfv necessities of refined toilet in infinite
variety at our drug store. Buy youi toilet articles and sun-
dries from us and you will get the best goods best treat-
ment and the best prices.
Remember You Get a Square Deal Every Time
O CAVITT'S DRUCESTORE
(HIM A UN
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GRAIN FEED STUFF & HAY
WILSON GRAIN CO.
TO HE LUMBER TRADE
We have a large stock of Lumber on
hand and are offering it to you at
the following prices:
AH Common Lumber per thousand 20 00
Beaded Ceiling per thousand
Weather-boarding per thousand
No. 1 Flooring per thousand
Sash. Doors. Brick. Lime and all building material at
proportionally low prices.
We Want Your Trade in Lumber and Solicit Your
Patronage for Cotton Ginning.
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