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jj'y Ml HaZ mW(. i rp M 13 rV3 -OOOQ cc:iDDEns I '.ilz ts they should be made. . Fitting as they should fit Will weir you as yon want them to wear. Cur Fall Lines are as nearly perfect footwear as has yet been produced. And our prices aid rather than offset the ether attractions of our CO oo VJE "JANT YOU TO SEE THE! pi re R p jDOSo Don't you think it'i bout time to change thit old straw for a New Fall Hat? You'll find all the new Fall thapes and colore here ready for you. 33.00 ni G Pcrhs & 7c!drcp TkeChdien tt Cs V1:::t TOILET WATER A toilet water with the real oJor of real hot house violet. For dainty women it hai no peer. We are willing to put our whole bus iness reputation back of these rood's. Isn t that a liberal recommendation? Come in today and ask us about Hot owe Violet Water and about the new Seal hist Perfume. $1.00 per ounce, and Cnokside Violet Talcum Powder, which contains eight times the amount of talcum powder usually sold for 25c our price for the big package is 25c. THE SMITH DRUG CO. J. A. MCQUEEN. Mgu RAILROAD TIME CARD. M. A T. C Schedule. No. 3 Northbound 1:38 p. m. No. 6 Northbound .., 1:02 a, m. No. 2 Southbound 3:14 p. tn. No. 6 Southbound 2.S2 a. m. I. A G. N. Schedule. No. 14 Northbound 105? a. m. No. 15. Southbond 4:20 p. m. LDG'.LS O- FEBS0.1S Tom Reed of Harvey was iu town I today. ' F. W. Lock was down today from , Tabor. G. W. Graham of Harvey w in the city today. ; N. P. Outlaw of Reliance, was In town today. 300 pounds new crop turnip seed at Mawblnney'a. tf "A Play Without a Name" Thursday night at the Tent Theater. 252 Mrs. Fred W. Mally of Aastln. la the guest of Dr. and Mrs. (iq. R. Ta bor In this eity. Prof. J. A. Thomjtaon in down to day from Zack, looking after some business matters. J. 1L Sheffield and daughter Miss Nora, of Madison ronnty wer In the rlty today trading. Car of rice bran and alfalfa on track. Phone me yow orders. 1. W. Ilunlrutt. Phone 2G6. 2T3 Mrs. J as. Boxley and daughter Miss Halite, of Rosprtta. were pleasant call ers at the Eagle office while tn tV city today. Fresh bread rolls and fancy flaking ready every morning for breakfast. . tf Mrs. Otto Boehme. J. Q. Adams and son Dodaon Adams, nd Ed Andrews of Zulch, Madison county, were here today with bnnrh of rattle which they aold to Brya.i dealers. if EmaAud htewsft u If you wish to see every thing that's new and fash ionable in men's and young men's togs for this Autumn, come to our Clothes Show all this week. Here you can see New York's author itative styles and fabrics. f Remember, this is an out-of-the-ordinary exhibition of out-of-the-ordinary Clothing one that it will pay you to see. We are not asking you to buy but only to come to look at and examine and try on the new model garments. We want to "po,t" you on the correct styles, so that when you are ready for jrour FaU do thing you will make no mistake when buying. Price ' . $15M'to$3QM A . a nd Furnishings. Everything from collars to half hose just in from the fashion centers of the world ready for your critical inspection. i i . I A fa ? 'w?3 m$i -w r..f ' l4M.' .A--..Vh7-.V.,s1tri: liilfii The Store for Young Lien and Lien who Stay Young. Cfcaa. Cimlee of Grimes ronnty iras la Bryan today vialthig his brother Fberlff CoaW and looking after batuV ness mattera. We are always In the market for aoed eotton and cotton aeed. Round Wale today 12 34 basis middling. I have both roand and square pres HARVEY TEXAS. briug tn yocr glnnln. 8. II. Psin tap. it Boa aupier at 1'nlon Hill Saturday night Oct. 2, 1905. Everybody la In vited to attend the aopper. Ijulirs are requested to bring their baaket with the price of 25c and their name on it Will auction off to the highest bidder. Abb Carson. 252 CZZZZZZZOCZOCrCZCZCCCCZZOZO () () CCZj3 For a woman's crowning glory no more fitting aid than one of these Combs and Brushes. They have been purchased to please particular women. E. J. JENKP S 0- f t. " 4 r W w w J w W W W w W W W W o () () o () Editor of llryan Eagle and Pilot. Dear Editor: The Antnm daya are here and we are ready for them. Heahh la fine and almost all crops have been harvested. w have every thing to be thankful for. We have a fine Sabbath school and ! expert our literary school to b a aucresa as Prof. Devalson Buchanan win teach for ua Jhls year. We have raised funda enough to make our school house much larger and are so glad that we have nearly enough mon ey to troy os an organ. The ladles of our Sabbath school gave a supper last Friday night and realised a net profit of 132.71. we extend many thanka to atl who heltied na out. We are yoong In th Sabbath school work but If the old faithful props are left "to stand" we hope to grow stronger and make oar community one of the best Correspondent BAPTIST PRAYER MEETING. The subject of our study at the prayer meeting tomorrow nteht at the First Baptist church will be "What Is the Object of Prayer Meetings?" Everybody is Itvlted. M. E. Weaver. Pastor. THIS DATE IN HISTORY. September 28, lTffl Mason Fitch Cogswi-ll. who established In New Haven the first asylum for the deaf and dumb In America, born In Canterbury, Ct. IMed In Hartford. Dec. 10. 1830. 1776 The first constitution of Penn sylvania adopted. 1781 The Selge of Yorktown be gun by Washington's army and th Frenc h allies. IS06 Alpheus Felcb. U. S. aenator and governor of Michigan, bom In Limerick. Mo. ' I8C4 Fort Harrison, Va., raptured by the Federals. . 184 What aold at -50 cents a bushel In Chicago, the lowest record price. 1902 Stride of street car employes In New Orleans. 1903 Chicago celebrated the 100th anniversary of lt aettlement. 1 SO -Flood near Hyderabad. India, cost thousands of lives. I have secured the service of a good watchmaker, engraver and op tician, and will be glad to examine your eyea free of charge at my atore. All work done promptly and guaran teed.. J. M. Caldwell. 25X Just received a shipment of chicken wheat and mlsed chicken feed. Hen sarllng Bros. Phone 251. 254 1 MUSIC CLASS. Mlaa Sua Mtllland wlahef to an nounce to her patrons that she will be ready for her music class on the first of October. 253. i Cyo Uco end Abuco. Tbom tired eyss of yours will stand lots of sbu. yet thsie is a limit to tbtir patience an I their power. Yo ma? worry along for quite a while, but there will come a time when you will regret your present IndiHerenre. Here ara a few hintti Headache, DuiinsM Aversion to Bright Light Sleepy Feeling while Reading Blurring of Objedt siiher st close fsnge or at dittaace Frowning or Squinting Smsning or Burning Sensstioa in of around the eye Fatigue or requiting stronger light when reading Dsrk Spoti float ing or Bright Lights flsihingTwfora the eyw- 1 bul he msny Symptoms. , lut think it over. I fit g!as lot dcteriUs viwons and evt strain that's HI, but a little piece ol glass will work wonders. I charge nothing tor connultstton. II glswes are not weeded, I will tell youi if they are 1 will turni.h them at a readable price. A trial is all I s.. Neither can you relieve tha strsin by 'hoping your eyes will become stronger." Weak eyss, hai in need of glswc. afwsys go from bsd to D. S. HEARN, Grsduste Eye Sight Specisliit, with Jno. M. Csldw.ll.