The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 198, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 26, 1916 Page: 4 of 6
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THE pRYAN DAILY EAGLE
SATURDAY AUODST U Uli.
to make our store headquarters
while in the City.
U. J. Coulter
HOME ROASTED COFFEE
ROASTED FRESH EVERY DAY
A. II Valdrop
TEE POPULAR HOUSE I
TRY IT AHD YOU'LL BOY IT & Company
Bryan's Big Clothing Store
The largest and most complete
stock of Men's Clothing Shoes
Hats and Furnishings in Cen-
DRY GOODS CLOTHING awl SHOES HARDY NEVTON
Call and see us You are al-
Cooper & Cole
Staple and Fancy
Make our store your
while In the City.
A hearty welcome awaits you
Visit our store
and every other day when m
Meyers Hardware Co.
Come to Bryan
and let's renew our acquain-
BRYAN'S MOST TOPULAR
Dry Goods. Store
extend to all the people
a WELCOME to visit us at all
times ESPECIALLY TRADES
Feed & Grain
WE HAVE IT
Heavy and Shelf Hardware al-
ways on tap at
You are welcome at our store.
For the purpose of promoting the commercial interests of BRYAN AND BRA-
ZOS COUNTY the business men have with the coming FIRST MONDAY inaugu-
rated a tradesday for each succeeding first Monday. Every farmer and citizen of Brazos
county is expected to be on hand. Every citizen of all adjoining counties are cordially
invited to be present and participate in the hospitality afforded only in a live growing
and progressive city The business men of Bryan will offer special bargains for each
joyable. Come and meet old friends meet and make new ones exchange ideas swap I fc lliVllh YOU
jokes trade horses sell your farm products and make your purchases tor your fall and
To inspect our Concrete Walks
Gutters Curbs and Driveways.
There is a Register at the COMMERCIAL CLUB ROOMS. Registration open
to the people outside the City of Bryan only. All registrations must be made be- Steagall & JaiTttt
fore 12 o'clock noon on September 4 to participate in the premiums offered.
Only persons over 17 years of age eligible to register for premiums.
TO 5th LADY REGISTERING One lb. can San Marto Coffee Cooper & Cole.
TO 15th LADY REGISTERING Two pairs 50 cent silk hose Edge Dry Goods Co.
TO 20th LADY REGISTERING One 241b. sack White Crest Flour Reid Bros.
TO 25th LADY REGISTERING Three pounds Home Roasted Coffee Hardy
TO 30th LADY REGISTERING Hand painted plate Myers Hardware Co.
TO 35th LADY REGISTERING One Gown to be Embroidered-W. J. Coulter Co.
TO 40th LADY REGISTERING NewOne Dollar Bill First State Bank & Trust
TO 45th LADY REGISTERING One Box Initial Stationery Wallace Print'g Co.
TO OWNER OF 1st FORD REGISTERING Two Dragon Spark Plugs-Johnson
iTO 7th GENTLEMAN REGISTERING Three cans Smoking Tobacco-J. T.
TO 14th GENTLEMAN REGISTERING-$1.00 worth Half Hose-Webb Bros.
TO 21st GENTLEMAN REGISTERING-$1.00 Shirt-A. M. Waldrop & Co.
TO 28th GENTLEMAN REGISTERING-$1.00 Laundry or Cleaning and Presing
American Steam Laundry.
TO 35th GENTLEMAN REGISTERING-$1.00 Sugar-W. E. Saunders.
TO 42nd GENTLEMAN REGISTERING-$1.00 Cap-Brandon & Lawrence.
TO 49th GENTLEMAN REGISTERING Deposit Book and $1.00 deposit-City
TO 56th GENTLEMAN REGISTERING One Fcrguson-McKinley Shirt W. J.
TO 63rd GENTLEMAN REGISTERING Deposits Book and $1.00 deposit-First
TO 70th GENTLEMAN REGISTERING-$1.00 Knife-Myers Hardware Co.
TO 77th GENTLEMAN REGISTERING Safety Rayzor-The Smith Drug Co.
REGISTRATION OPENS 8 A. M. CLOSES 12 NOON MONDAY SEPTEM-
BER 4th. ORDER FOR THE PREMIUMS WILL BE MAILED THE WINNERS.
IT COSTS Y00 NOTHING TO REGISTER
DONT FORGET TO
Visit our store
Read & Stewart
On the occasion of
BRIAN'S 3IG TRADES DAT
or whenever you are in Bryan
the officers and directors of
The First National' Dank of
Bryan extend to its friends
customers and the public gener-
ally a cordial invitation to call
at the Bank and make It your
The ladies and children are
especially Invited. The conven-
iences of our office are at your
command. Ice water rest room
THE FIRST STATE
AND TRUST CO.
Come to Be us you are wel-
come at all times.
n. H. jahes; THE BEST VALUES
Everything here that can be
found in a first class store.
COME TO SEE US.
ARE TO BE FOUND
ON THE CORNER"
WE ARE SHOWING THE
1917 MODEL FORDS
TOURING CARS $395.60 ) m dqvam
RUNABOUTS $380.60 ) N BRYAN
Place your order now and "Get In Lino" for delivery.
; JOHNSON & ROHDE
"Everything for the Motorist"
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 198, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 26, 1916, newspaper, August 26, 1916; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth325441/m1/4/: accessed July 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .