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IVERY maker of garments claims prettier style and better qualities than his neighbors', but on
Jj the all important subject of fit, there is a general silenre. In selecting Printztu gar
ments as leaders in our Fashion Show, we knew that their superior fit would appeal at
once to you. You have only to try-on one of these splendid styles to prove the point for at cottar,
sktulder, kip and A oaf you'll find a perfect finished fit that will surprise you after your experience
with most other garments.
As to style, you have only to see this great array to appreciate the real distinction of design
whkhrdistinguishes Prinlitu wearers. And the quality of materials, linings and trimmings are all
positively f uaranteed by the Priutxtu label.
Come in and have a try-on, and be convinced that Printztu Coat Suit are in a clan by
themselves. The best shades for fall Black, Navy, Green and Grey.
on inc corner
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Landredth Turnip Seed
25 cents p pound
Will S. Higgs
Xatered at tta Poatofflca, Bryau. Tex
as, aa second-class mall.
TUB EAOLE PRINTING COMPANY.
BRYAN, TEXAS, OCT. 12, 1909.
Bryan rejolceth aa a young giant
who has Just discovered hla strength.
lorloua things of thee are spoken,'
Bry art -city of achools and churches.
The Bryan-College trolley line bo-
ana was completed today. Now watch
Now is the winter of our discontent
made glorious summer by the sun of
progress and prosperity.
Remember the date October 12,
1909. On this day begins a new era In
the annals of the city of school and
The crisis Is past and Bryan la en
Urine on a career of prosperity un
dreamed of In the soon-to-be-fnrgotten
days of provincialism.
Tbj tariff belongs to national poll
, Uca eicluaively and ought not to be
(considered In the selection of state
officera. But candidates for state
offices will make a bobby of It all
Tho ixoplo of Texan will make a
mistake If they elect a one-idea man
for governor, no matter how good the
Idea may be.
The commerce of the gulf ports has
Increased nearly 400 ier cent In the
last ten years and Bryan feel the
thrill of this new life pulsing In her
It ia a remarkable coincidence that
the Bryan-College trolley line bonus
was completed on the 417th anniver
sary of the discovery of America. Thus
Is the 12th day. of October made
A distinguished minister and educa
tor who was here about six months
ago said The Eagle was the best paper
ha bad ever seen in a town the site
of Bryan. Now Bryan Is going to grow
and The Eagle will do Its level belt
to keep at the head of the procession.
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The addition of practically the en
tire teaching force of A. and M. Col
lege, Including the families of the
professors and Instructors, to the clt
Ixenshlp of Bryan, will greatly
strengthen the churches, the local
schools and the social Institutions of
i'erhapM there is a scintilla of In
spiration for the Bryan city council
In this from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram:
"A hesitant and laggard mu
nicipality never acquires greatness
ttz$ RcL'gh Skin.
W here many splendid prep
arations for the stun that mkt the
face and r.sndr to a certain extent
proof sgsintt the weather and chsp-
Cera Cdfcr, Etc.
Our Name on a Label
same as "Sterling"
Thif ii more than a mere ttne
ment. It a guaiant tverything
gniui; out of this ttuit under our
label ii up to a drfinite ttndr J of
purit? nJ ttrrngth. It amounts to
liiit: If we tay a tt.ing ii to, it's to.
Gat our label on all your
drug store Goods. It's a
good thing to go by.
EM MEL & MALONEY
Eternal enterprise and progress Is the
price of municipal glory. Remember
SOME FINE YEARLINGS.
Mr. S. F. Harlan of Alexander, is a
firm believer In raising good stock and
for a number of years has been Im
proving his own herd and baa rained
some of the best beef and milk cattle
In Brasoa county. He has some very
fine cattle now and on yesterday sold
two yearlings to a butcher In this city
one or them 13 and the other IS
months old, for $16 each. Tbey were
Dovons and very large and faL The
price was almost twice that obtained
for scrub stock and proves Mr. Har
lan's contention that It pays much
better to raise good stock than It does
to raise the common kind. It Is Just
aa easy to raise a good cow or a good
beef aa It Is to raise a poor one. and
It Is twice as much money In the pock
et of the farmer who raises them.
Wanted Ten po nds of good, clean
rags. Eagle Trintlng C . tf
OPENING OF A.HO M. LYCEUM.
The lyceom bourse of the A. and M.
College under the Long Horn manage
ment has a treat In store for the peo
ple of the campus and Bryan for neat
Saturday night in a lecture by Capt.
Richmond Pleraon Hobsoo. Capt.
Hobson Is a member of congress from
Alabama, and Is a great orator and
never falls to delight hla audiences.
Those who hear htm at College Sat
urday night will hear one of the na
tion a great men, the hero of the
.Meirlmac, and he will leave with
them food for thought for many days.
b5j b5j i5f
You are cordially invited to call
and view an extensive and Beautiful
assortment of Exclusive Autumn
and Winter Millinery now on dis
play. We are also showing an unus
ually good assortment of Cloaks,
Wraps and Skirts.
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A 1 Wagner
One touch of gontl clothes
makes the whole world kin.
To the min whote ward
robe is ( Jo'sed of the well
one city it like another.
There it no East no West.
He is at home on Michigan
Boulevard, on Broadway or
in the precincts of Oxford
Street, Went. Ixmdon.
Kvery suit, ever) overcoat,
every raincoat, is made on
lines and from materials
drawn from the best usage in
all parts of the world.
what the Siein-Uloch label
stands for clothiers and mer
chant tailors know it best
They know that the price is
adapted to the bank account
of every man who wants cor
rect style and good fit
It was no surprise to them
that these clothes were chosen
by S e I f r i d g e, the London
merchant, as the represent
ative product of well-dressed
Come in and try on a
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