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Bryan daily eagle and pilot. [volume] (Bryan, Tex.) 1909-1918, September 28, 1909, Image 2

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SCv&e' Styles sure-.
Attractive tkm SeasQun
7I:z2 Year Net" Goivn
whether it be the "creation" of a prnn-majEer known to
fame, or just a quiet, simple little fown. for, Oh, a run Ur
of occaMona-churdh, calling, luncheons-to make lure that
it shall have that intangible, indescribable, elusive quality
called "Style" you should first pay your undivided attention
to the corset over which it is to be fitted!
Seldom have we been able to show women's fall boots in so entirely
attractive, unique and different designs,, each reflecting particular good
taste on the part of . the maker. .
Our John Kelly styles, made to our special orderare more beautiful
than ever before. We invite our friends to see them. $3.00 to $4.00.
You know, of course, that your new gown must have Ion lines! That is a
preachment you've learned by heart! And you know that, whether you are lender or
stout, you must have the look of slenderness; and, indeed, you want to look slender
and you want to be comfortable at the same time
Btsn't Begin With the Gown,
, But the Corset!
Now, it ia not a difficult thing for a competent dressmaker to cut a gown on
the line demanded by Fashion this season; but, if you have neglected your corset,
and. when the gown it to be fitted, the dressmaker nnds bulging h.ps; surplus, ugly
h at th:-h, or angles which need rounding, why, you cannot blame her if the gown,
compktec, doe not give you that intangible, indescribable, elusive, but all
irportant quality, "Style!" You expected to have it, and you are disappointed
So. first be carefully, accurately, intelligently fitted with the prap-r corset
(here's rhe rht model ia the PARESIANA for you), then grve your attention to
lour gown, and you'll atand the biggest kind of a chance of being pleased and samfied
with it when it it complete! Sold exclusively by Eugene tdge.
a iwx I J is.
Costs no Llore for 3 month's Vear
You'll pay no more to Wunderhosc the family than if you had bought the ordinary, easily
wearoutable stocking, and the d:cided advantage treblcr their value. WundOrhOCO are toft,
flexible, wonderfully absorbent, giving comfort to perspiring feet, but most of all four jairs are war
ranted to wear 3 months without darning in heel, sole or toe.
Four Pairs In a Box at GI
JU3i in: ivcr ui
American Beauty Flour
O-pound tacks $1.C5. 24-pound sacks COc
PksRts 111 and 179
Ths Quality Grocer
Cnjwtt Daily
Catered at the Poatofflce In Bryan,
lexas, aecond claaa matter.
Rates of Subscription.
Cm month I
Tfcre months 1 00
Oae year 0u
Advertising ratea on application.
Cubscribers will confer a favor oo
tie management by telephoning the
e-se promptly when carriere tall to
;iver the paper, or when ehati of
rcMence occurs.
WUilara J. Bryan will lecture In
Fort Worth on "The 8Igns of the
Times." Mr. Bryan haa seen aa much
of the tlmea as any living man. but
whether he can reed the algna right
la a matter of opinion.
The women of Colorado Insist on
electing one of their aea to congreaa.
It will be a novel variation of the us
ually dull routine when she rises to
address the house to hear the speaker
recognise her aa "The lady from Colo
Man baa almost completed bis ful
fillment of the divine commander to
subdue the earth. He baa conquered
the land, the sea, the air and the Ice
at one of the poles. There rmains only
the glacial cap at the other extremity
of the earth'a axis to subdue.
p p-. -i !
We solicit your needs on the
strength of our having a most
complete stock of Horse Med
icines and veterinary snpplset,
such as
V.it Ext lYlfcli l!i2Sl.
Ll:.:::d Csxl.
Pci Csntitn.
Herts Gin;:r, Etc.
Let us fill your wanta" in this
Crj r.:r.:-l:3
A full supply of
Glovtr't Dsg Csnts.ss.
Lister's Dcj Scrps.
Lies end Cits Dsstroyer.
CWsxta Ch:!sraCt:rts.
Mr. Bryan declines to engage In a
Joint discussion of the tariff question
with Senator Bailey, whereupon some
of tbVaenator'a admlrera are crowing
lustily. They -forget, that only two
weeks ago their Idol aldestepped a
challenge from Conareasman Randall
of the Fourth Texas district to meet
him in a Joint discussion of the ques
tion whether a aervant of the people
can at the aame time serve an out
lawed corporation, so that the best or
the wont that can be said la that
honors are even at that score.
But the truth la, Bailey did right In
refusing to meet Randall and Bryan
is equally 'right In declining to meet
Bailey. Joint discussions are a relic
of medieval dialectics, which Kant
defined as "the logic of Illusions." In
which the disputants strive for victory
without regard to truth. Political and
religious Joint discussions were popu
lar when the prlao ring, the cock pit
nd imllp brutal soorta were In
vogue and when a public man did not
dare refuse a challenge to fight a duel.
But all auch semi-barbarous amuse
ments for the public are condemned
by the more enlightened ub11c opin-
onjfa higher civilisation. ,
September has been a remarkable
month of a very .extraordinary year.
Among Ita notable physical phenoml
ta are two of the most destructive
cyclones In history, a magnetic storm
that put the telegraph wires of hair
a hemisphere out of business and the
earthquake that caused the peaceful
bosom of the great Mississippi valley
to heave with unwonted commotion.
Add to these the disturbed conditions
In the political, religious, scientific
and social departmenta of human ac
tivity, we have a most remarkable
The fact la. neither Bryan nor Bailey
have advanced a alngle new thought
or a bright Idea on the tariff question.
They are both threshing ever old
straw from which all the grain was
winnowed years ago. The only point
of real Interest Involved In the discus
sion Is the obllgstlon of a aervant of
the people to obey platform Instruc
tions. If the farmers of Brssos county are
wise they will hold their com and ate
it economically. If there la anything
In the law of aupply and demand every
buahel they eaa apare win be wjte4
at even higher prices than now prevail
before soother crop la made.
The Esale will lasus about the last
of the current week a special number
the object of which Is to encoursg
snd assist the movement to build the
line from Bryan to the A. and M. Cd
laoe. It will contain all the Informa
tlon available on the subject. Includ
ing Interviews with those best Infor
med on ths various aspects of the
subject both from the standpolrt '
Bryan and of Collage. It will be mus
trated with pictures of persons af d cb
Jects oermsne to the enterprise and
will be made as attractive in appear
ance as our means will permit. Twr
thousand extra copies will be printed
for distribution.
In compiling, printing and clrcula
ting this large special edition we r
of course Incurring a largo extraordl
nary expenditure of money as well ss
of time and labor In consideration
of which we earnestly appeal to the
business men of Bryan to aasist us
with a liberal advertising patronage
Hitherto under similar circumstance
they have never disappointed us an1
we feel confident that they will come
to the rescue generously In this In
iDiscouragd Citlaens Will Find Cem
I fort In the Experience of a
Bryan Man.
Experience Is the modern Instruc
tor. Profit by the experience of others.
It may aave your life.
The experience of friends and neigh
bors, Tbe testimony of Bryan people
Will bring renewed encoursgement
Here Is a case la point:
T. H. Brown, farmer, Bryan, says:
"I had kidney trouble ao long that I
almost despaired of ever being re
lieved. Palna In my back were the
worst feature of my case. Hearing
of Doao'a Kidney Pills, I procured a
raoolr at Emmel s Maloneya drug
store and began tbelr use. Since thei
I have Improved rapidly and have no
doubt but what a cure will soon re
sult Dosn's Kidney Pills are wor
thy of praise and should be given a
trial by every anfferer of kidney troub
For aale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-MIIbnrn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agenta for the United
Renmcrabcr the asune Doa
end ta t tttr.
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D:!!:s, Tens
As the Praetorian buildirg
rises majestically abtve all. other
Tex&s buildings, so (fees the
Praetorian proposition rise above
other Insurance propositions.
Ycu s!:::!i lin: tp with ts Frc:t:ri::s l'.Z"l.
Open for Busine
1 with to infufm my friend that I have boucht out Mr. J. W. Hooicatt's
Livery RutiorM aad am now open in the old 1 abor stable, Nona Male street.
Good Horses and Brand New Buggies.
Boarding Horses a Specialty.'
7"Your l'atroasge will be Appreciated. f
tt n
I have an extra large
stock of Iron Bed
on hand and am sell
ing them at Great Bargains. Be sure to look at my line before buyin.
North Atlantic ports all complain of
a heavy falling oft In exporta. Mean
while gulf porta ahow an Increase of
$13,000,000. All the currenta of the
world'a commerce are now beginning
to flow, toward the hitherto neglected
sea that leevea the coast of Texas.
Catting and burning he cotton ataOa
la' a labor that will have to be per
formed before plowing for . another
crop Is begun. Now that the cottoa
is about all picked, why not do U at
once aad give thla method of destrey
Inj fee kcU weevil a Ur txisX

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