The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 232, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 5, 1916 Page: 3 of 6
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FTEH yc arc reminded by our cu:tonorij and friends that our store is a "DEE IUVE". czzh o
busy store Such cxprccrlcns ve accept; vith a true feeling of gratification.
our policy is correctly chosen the main elements namely: INTEGRITY INEXHORBITANT PROFITS QUALITY PRO-
; TEGTION and COURTESY. We are convinced of the appreciation of such a policy by the trade as evidenced by their most literal
patronage accorded us during our business history. -
' Our patrons interest is our interest months ago we placed large contracts with MI LLS and WHOLESALE firms for merchan-
dise and are PREPARED to serve customers with only STANDARD MAKES at. in many instances Prices LOWER than 915.
HERE ARE A FE17X7E INVITE COMPARISON
Standard Calicoes - Ai flfl
per yard " I LM
'20 Yards light Weight Outing $1 03
10 Yards Genuine Green Ticket Lonsdale t Mi
Domestic look for ticket f hUJ '
A Very Choice Lot of Dainty Nainsook Gowns QQp
sold by others up to $1.0 our price 03U
27 1 -2c Bleached Sheeting 2Q
12 Yards Heavy Outing - ' tl Ml
plain or fancy patterns yhUU
20 Yards Torchon or Val Lace $1 00
12 Yards Amoskeag Ginghams fast colors QQj
65 Excellent values in Nainsook and Cam- flop
brie Petticoats beautiful trimming choice.. ODU
Very Extra Ladies Heavy Bleached Ribbed Vest and
Pants everywhere 35c our price every day ijj
Excellent Values irr Ladies Outing Gowns QQp
white and"tancy 49c and wOU
Outing Petticoats splendid values
Large Huck Towels per doz
Children Fancy Ginghams Dresses sizes 3 to QA
14 lots of them to select from 49c and. ... VwU
Ladies Standard Grade Gingham and Percal "fl
House Dresses and Apron Dresses 73c and. . v J
One Extra Special shipment of new Voil Organdie
and Heavy Wash Waists worth up to $1.75
we are selling them at
We are Prepared a big saving is here for yon.
Prices quoted are applicable to established charge accounts.
JILL II 10
Oklahoma City Postmsster Praises
Prttid.nt Wilton for Preserving
Paaca Through Dark Day.
1 Br Anocfated Pram)
Terrell Texas Oct 6. In an ad-
Idrtxa before the annual reunion of the
jConfederateYeterana of Texas today
Iciaude Wearer posltusster of Okla
homa City and former congressman
from Oklahoma honored President
Wlison "who baa preserved peace for
hla country through these dark dsys."
Mr. Weaver congratulated the mem-
ber of the atate Confederate organl
tatlon on being present at today's
meeting and to be alive to aee "the
full meridian of the prosperity w
"Our country la today the one great
nation on the earth her the dove
with the olive leaf can find reat for
the aole of her foot" he aald. "All
honor to the patient wise firm. Just
Fish fried in Cottolene brown beauti-
fully and have a delicious flavor.
Just try this pur food product for
Kur own satisfaction. See how much '
tter it is than anything else for frying
and also for shortening.
Your grocer will supply Cottolene in
large or small pails Order from him today.
"Cottoitnt makt$ ffooaf ccota lallsv"
It the Round Package
I CAUTION 7
and humane man who ha preserved
the peace of hla country. All honor
to Wood row Wilson" he aald.
"You have lived long enough to se
thla fortunate tbla auspicious day."
be told the veterana "and to aee your
country once torn by civil feuda and
drenched with brothers' blood welded
into an ludlssolvable uulon cf Inde-
DEPEfiDS OJJ SLEEP
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Made from dean rich milk with the ex-
tract of select malted grain malted b our
own Malt Mouses under sanitary conditions.
hfmt$ asxf tUJrtn taris an at. Ag wK
tie a itommck mf A imtHi r tkt aW.
iVsaats M taking nor aaUiKea 0 avfla.
Nouriahea and sustaina nora thaa tea coffoa etc.
Should be kept at Horoa at rha traveling. A au
tritioua fooJ -drink may bo preparod m a morrMoU
A laaful hot before retiring induces rWicshing
alotp. Also in lunch lablet fotia to buiinaaa mt
abstlttitM Ceat YOU ! PHca
Tatto a Paottarjo Homo
With Proper Reat for Growing Brain
In Earlier Stages There Will Be
Fewer Breakdowns Later.
The mother who wants her child to
be healthy will aea to It that the little
one gets a certain amount of sleep
during the day. Thla daytime sleep'
should be rigorously Insisted upon i
Until the second birthday an hour's j
sleep In the morning and In the after
noon should be the Inflexible rule and
from the end of the second year until
the fifth or even sixth the midday
rest ahould be Insisted upon. The
child should be properly put Into his
cot shoes and frock removed tor this
and should be left quietly whether
asleep or not for two hoars.
It Is a very frequent complaint with
mothers that their children wont
aleep by day. Dut this Is hardly ever
the rase really It the practice la rig-
Idly adhered to and any getting up
punished for the naughtiness It Is.
There would be far fewer rases of
overwrought children In school days.
breakdowns over examinations and
general nerve tension during the ado-
lescent years. If the little growing
brain and organism had bad the rest
It so much needed In Its earlier stages.
It mothers realised that It was not
only perhapa even chiefly the pres-
ent health and development of their
little ones which was concerned but
rather that ot later years when so
much depends on the boy or girl being
able to take proper place ta the prep-
aration for adult Ufa there would be
far leas laxity In this matter ot red
by day and proper hours of sleep by
night than obtains very generally today.
Dut what about hours of aleep for
the children when they are older? Un-
luckily only too often they are reduc-
ed far below the requisite quantity by
the calla of work and of pleasure in
the lives of school boys and girls. Up
till the child Is 10 years old eleven
hours' sleep started not later than S
o'clock ahould be the rule. Tor the
next three years until he Is 13- bed-
time msy be a little later but not less
than ten and a half hours' aleep must
be Insured and from 13 to 16 9:30
o'clock ahould be the latest hour for
bed. with nine and a half hours as the
mlulmum length of night
Very many children working hard
at achool auffer from loo little aleep
and this la a point to be remembered.
Preparation or prat ting before break-
fast are cuatoma which ahonld be
carefully conaldered before they are
ordered. Getting np too early Is by
no means good for many .children;
working without food Is to be recom-
mended for hardly any.
1 FIVE CENTS
Bacon and Eggs Raiaed to Thirty
Cents and Humble Pie Advanced
Jo a Dime Per Cut .
(Br Associated Press)
New York Oct. 5. The rising of
food prices was Impressed upon thou-
sands ot cltlxens Wednesday by the
action of the largest dairy restaurant
here la advancing pricea. Thla cor-
poration which owns a chain of lunch
rooms In New York and other cities
added S cents to the price ot all the
Bacon and egga and bam and egga
now cost 30 cents Instead of 25 cents.
A small ateak Is 30 cents Instead of
25 cents; plain omelet baa Jumped
from 15 to 20 cents. All plea from
now on are 10 cents a cut
The wholeaale price of sugar ad
vanced from S centa to 7 cents a
pound on Wedneaday and the retail
price from 7 to t cents. The increas-
ed demand resulting from the war
as given as the cause.
ill SCHOOL IS
Football Team Is In First
for Opening Came Here .
row With Navasq
Manager O. 8. Parker. Jr. ot the
Bryan High School football team an-
nounced yesterdsy afternoon that the
boy are In tip top shape for the
opening football game In this city to-'
morrow afternoon. The game will be
played on the athletic field ot Bryan
Baptlat Academy and the boys have
been bard at work for the past ten I
days rounding Into shape for the open-l
Ing. The team will appear on the
field tomorrow afternoon about 25
strong and It Is possible this number '
of men will be used. There are eight j
ho are trying for the back field po-
FRIDAY OCTOBER 6th
4:15 O'clock Bry an High School V9. Nava-
sota High School.
Popular prices for admission Adults 25
cents Children 15 cents.
Game on B. B. A. Grounds.
sltlont and fourteen thst will
ably be tried out In the line. After
the first game la played the weeding ;
out will begin. The game tomorrow
afternoon will be called promptly at
4:15. The admission will be 25 and
IS rents. i
The man who marries for beauty al-
ways has to dig up aome other excuse
It he woald keep oa loving her in after
Start The Day night
A CUP OF GOOD COFFEE gives you a friendly feel-
ing toward every one. Made from' The Bour Company's
Is unexcelled. Extusive agency in Bryan for this line.
TELEPHONES 31 and 24.
COOPER Ct COLE
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 232, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 5, 1916, newspaper, October 5, 1916; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth325474/m1/3/: accessed February 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .