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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 19 March 1910

and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN, TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 19. 1910. NUMBER 88 A SPLENDID RECITAL. Ha'nan Beacon AND Walk-Over For Men Ha nan J. & K. (Julian & Kokcngc) Queen City For Ladies R. T. Wood Oxfords For Misses, Children and Infants Tennis Shoes For Man, Woman, Boy or Girl WAGNER &Co. Bryan1 s Deparfmeut Store Sk CHASE-LISTER COMPANY PLAY TO FULL HOUSE. The Chase-Lister Theater company presented on last eight to perhaps the largest audience of the week, the four act comedy-drama "Escaped from the Law." The show was good and with such a large crowd present and enough humor running through the play to keep everybody In a good humor, the evening's entertainment was highly successful. For the second time this week the specialty showing' of the faiued poodle dogs was enjoyed by the audience. Tonight "The Revenge of an Indian" will be the bill and the true character of the Red Man wUl be one of the features of the play. The management stated to the reporter tha...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 19 March 1910

AT WiKUDuD Embroidery Our Line of Embroidery at 5c yd. will please. Our line of Embroidery at 10c and 15o yd. will astonish you. We are sure our line of dainty Swiss, Lawn and Nainsook will meet your approval. Ask to be shown Flouncing and Baby Sets. our 1 . - ; si si si Dress Goods We are showing a vast assortment of new things. Goods that are really new, the thinnest shear materials, the heavier fabrics for two-piece dresses, one-piece dresses, skirts, etc. To see them is to buy them. Onyx Hosiery are guaranteed against manufacturers imperfection Plain gause from 25c to 50c Lace rfose from 25c to 75c Embroidered hose fiom 25c to 75c, Silk hose $1.00 to $3.50 Don't forget to see our "Onyx Sox" For the little ones. 5S 3& S& Ladies' Footwear We want to say that the lady who buys her Summer foot wear without visiting our store will be making a mistake. one will have omitted looking over the very line whV is most important for her to see. S iftJii ft 5S 5S 33 Laces We arc showi...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 19 March 1910

tending from this wai a ribbon for each little guest nnd on pulling each received a beautiful Easter egg. When VS!fS the play hours ended Iccb and cakes were served. As a souvenir each child was given a candled rabbit, duck. Announcement ister or chicken, a reminder of the glad Fresh Kruits and a complete stock of the best STAPLE ASDFAKCY 8 Faster season. The hostess bade her guest J adieu, with a quaint, sweet dig nity that pits charmingly on her baby shoulders. Many remembrances evi Of Men's Ah Class IrocerSes denced the popularity of the little hos 1 tess. U L NO No No. No No No No todl L todif T at M ." B At c; fron Hi at V 1 In tlj G. day Nj Blzed W Cavl joint Pr In thl Me $1.00 tod aw Jud today Sill $1.50 lty selling for CASH we prices than are asked by importan that your policies he carefully and coire:tly written and pith companies of liheiality. Our companies reprcsenryears of trjand selection. Jt is our desire to male our agency as valuable as possible to our customers. SO...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 19 March 1910

. Ft fl.Ot Bam nigh H. Je O. J. H. TP E. W. . H. J. 1 M. Chi . H. D. I J. -Sta E. Pov. J. I A. ' A. Jnc g. : L. l. j. : w. If Ton: An ndians Revenge" Special Prices: One Thousand Seats at Ten Gents. '' A few choice parquet seats at 25 cents. Change of play and vaudeville nightly, commencing MON DAY NIGHT, MARCH 14th. Location east of H. k T. C. depot. Sryan Datlg Eagle By THE EAGLc PRINTING CO. Kntered at the Postoffice in Bryan, Texas, . s second class matter. Rates of Subscription. One mcnth I 40 Three months . 100 One year 4.00 Advertising rates on application. "Subscribers will confer a favor on the management by telephoning the office promptly when carriers fall to deliver the paper, or when change of residence occurs. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Eagle is authorized to make the following announcements subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held in July: For, Congress HON. RUFUS IIA'rtDY, of Corsicana. For Representative DR. J. L. FOUNTAIN CITY ELECTION . For Mayor J. T. M...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 19 March 1910

Floor Decoration n't have hard wood floors; but we can have the effectf'of d wood at a cost within our means with MOUND ; CITY CO S l-Wauk-on-Stain YOm EASTER SdJBT v Do you Know it's about time you, Onfy six more, days 9 r e floor can be dressed in the garment of oak or mahogany "i at slight expense. ! E.J.JENKINS )AO TIME CARD. , T. C. 8chedule. 3nnd ..... jund jund )und und jound 1:38 p. m. 1:0? a. m. 3:40 p. m. 3:03 p. ra. . 2.62 a. m. 6:00 p. m. G. N. Schedule. bound 1:44 p. m. hbomd 4:30 p. m. i LOCALS. Imbrolderles at Wagner's. i 80 'J' Harrison visited Benehley den was down from Tabor 5 Shoes, boys, misses, ladies, 78. 89 is, IJarettes, Belts, all new. ta. 8'J ylaydon was down today t i broidery Special all this week jr's. 89 ibroideries on sale at A. J. Co. - 83 ord, of Houston, spent today Jty. .Kullerton was In the city to- a Tabor. i i line of Stamped Linens In all Wagner's. 89 til garden seed In bulk, 5c up. L; Drug Store. 86 RENT The 6-room cottage D. C. VICK. 93 J. L....

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 19 March 1910

The Splendidly Bred Stallion Major Dillard, Jr., 50728 Foaled June 26th, 1906. Bred at Oak Hill Farm. Navasota Texas. Owned by J. W. Hunnicutt and H. A. Saunders, Bryan, Texas. Will stand the season at our stable in rear of old Hunicutt Stable that bnrned on Burleson street. ' Season, $15.00. Insurance, $20.00 Major Dillard, Jr., 50728, is a handsome bay itallion, foaled 1906. Bred by T. C. Foster, Navasota, Texas. Major Dillard, Jr., conformation, individuality, breeding and reproductiue qualities all combined in one horse go to make that desire of all conservative breed tr , an ideal stallion. His pedigree is rich in the blood that has made the history of the turf; that has produced game horses and grand individuals. He is the personficstion of perfection, has a fine head and deep fine shoulders, short back, perfectly rounded quarters, clean, flat legs, fine mane and tail and the best of feet. He is one of the best looking young horses in the country and has a whirlwind of natural...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 21 March 1910

V 'A and Pilot FIFTEENTH YEAR. BRYAN, TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 21. 1910. NUMBER 89 We Are Showing 'the Only Complete 18 Stock of Suit Gases AIID GRIPS in the city.Our new line just received Suit Cases From $1,00 to $15,00 Grips, Bags From 50c (0 $10 Trunks From S2.00 to S22.50 Before you buy, see our line wag n ER & Go. Bryan1 s Departmeut Store TRUNKS Quality Guaranteed Premier Queen Olives ALL SIZES HOWELL & NEWTON, Inc. Olivei.7 SURVEYING NEW Engineers i n the Fielft Layln od toJrazoe Botto g Out New Ro Bottom. . The work of surveying the new road from Bryan to the Brazos bottom Is at last under way. This Is some more glorious news for the people of Bry an and the territory through which the new road runs. Several months ago a number of the leading business men of Bryan went quietly to work on the proposition of building a railroad from Bryan across the Brazos river and tapping the great river plantations on the other side of the river. The move was imperative. All t...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 21 March 1910

SCSI AT Embroidery Our Line of Embroidery at 5crd. will please Our line of Embroidery at 10c and 15c yd. will astonish you. We are sure our line of dainty Swiss, Lawn and Nainsook will meet your approval. Ask to be shown our Flouncing and Baby Sets. 5S 55 53 Dress Goods We are showing a vast assortment of new things. Goods that are really new, the thinnest shear materials, the heavier fabrics for two-piece dresses, one-piece dresses, skirts, etc. To see them is to buy them. J 5S 53 5S Laces We are showing a line so large and complete you cannot fail to get what you want and at prices that will fit any size purse. Onyx Hosiery are guaranteed against manufacturers imperfection Plain gause from 25c to 50c Lace hose from 25c to 75c Embroidered hose from 25c to 75c, Silk hose $1.00 to $3.50 Don't forget to see our "Onyx Sox" For the little ones. 53 53 53 Ladies' Footwear We want to say that the lady who buys her Summer foot wear without visiting our store will be making a mistake. She wi...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 21 March 1910

THE GREAT LAYMEN'S BANQUET Will Be An Aid to the Forward Move- ment of World-wide Millions. The great laymen's banquet to bo held In this city on next Thursday night, March 24,1s"growlng In Inter est daily and there U now no ques tion but that Jt will be largely attend ed, and be fhe very bent and greatest --thing that could possibly have been de "vised to strengthen and widen the Christian spirit and brotherly love that now prevails in Ilrynn. That Is one of the objects of the banquet, and a great one, too. The other object Is to awaken and enthuse our people on the subject of world wide nils ilons and give them a broad- toymen's movement was recently held ' ing more of their time and their thought and their substance to help uplift humanity than ever before. "This could not W true if there were not less of selfishness, for the one distinguishing element and char acteristic in the laymen's movement In Houston, and the following from the Chronicle gives an idea of the pro posed Impr...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 21 March 1910

what a roar there would be about the danger of allowing the clergy to med dle in politics and the certainty that it will result ?n a union of church and statcif it Isn't stopped! It makes all the difference in the world whose ox Is gored. ALL THIS WEEK FRESH VEGETABLES Tli Sin All Tens Is Talking Uovt Fresh Fruits and a complete stock, of the best Theatre Go. 30 Peolep Band and Orchestra Tonucht: The Bue and the Gray Special Prices: One Thousand Seats at Ten Gents. A few choice parquet seats at 25 cents. Change of play and vaudeville nightly, commencing MON DAY NIGHT, MARCH 14th. Location east of II. & T. C. depot. CONSISTENCY IS A JEWEL. Injan Sathj foujl? By THE EAGL? PRINTING CO. Entered at the Postoffice in Bryan, Texas, second class matter. Rates of Subscription. One month 40 Three months 1.00 One year 4.00 Advertising rates on application. Subscribers will confer a favor on the management by telephoning the office promptly when carriers fail to deliver the paper, or when c...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 21 March 1910

Easy Floor Decoration We all can't have hard wood floors; but we can have the effects of hard wood at a cost within our mean with MOUND C1TYC0'S To-Waulc-on-Stain Your pine floor can be dressed in the garment of oak or mahogany at slight expense. , E.J.JENKINS Do you Know it's about time you Onlv six more days RAILROAD TIME CARD. No, No, No, No, No, No. No. No. H. & T. C. 8chedule. 3 Northbound 1:38 p. m. 5 Northbound 1:0? a. m. 9 Northbound 3:40 p. m. 2 Southbound 3:03 p. m. 6 fouthbound 2.52 a. m. 10 Southbound 6:00 p. m. - I. & C N. Schedule. 14 Northbound 1:44 p. m. 15 Southbound 4:30 p. m. W. O. Hearn went to Taylor today. Sale r,t Embroideries at Wagner's. 80 O. W. Graham was In today from Harvey. Dr. Geo. F. Lee was up today from Wellborn. Tennis Shoes, boys, misses, ladles, at Wagner's. 80 William Rfgby, Sr., went to Marltn yesterday. Braid pins, Barettes, Bolts, all new. At Wagner's. 89 Judge J. W. Doremus went to Aus tin yesterday. Bin Embroidery Special all this w...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 21 March 1910

The Splendidly Bred Stallion Major Dillard, Jr., 50728 Foaled June 26th, 1906. Bred at Oak Hill Farm, Navasota Texas. Owned by J. W. Hunnicutt and If. A. Saunders, Bryan, Texas. Will stand the season at our stable in rear of old Hunicutt Stable that bnrned on Burleson street. Season, $15.00. Insurance, $20.00 Major Dillard, Jr., 50728, i handsome bay stallion, foaled 1906. Bred by T. C. Foster, Navasota, Texas. Major Dillard, Jr., conformation, individuality, brewing and reproductiue qualities all combined in one horse go to I'lko that desire of all conservative breeder , an ideal stallion. His pedigree is rich in the olood that has made the history of the turf; that has produced game horses and grand individuals. He is the personfication of perfection, has a fine head and deep fine shoulders, short back, perfectly rounded quarters, clean, flat legs, fine mane and tail and the best of feet. He is one of the best looking young horses in the country and has a whirlwind of natural spee...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 22 March 1910

9 i 4 f ; and Pilot BRYAN, TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 22,. 1910. NUMBER FIFTEENTH Ti-AR. A V - IT We Are Showing the Only Complete t Stock of i Suit Cases AHD GRIPS 51 in the city.Our new line just received Suitcases From S1.00 to $15,00 Grips, Bags From 50c to S10 Trunks - From $2,00 to $22.50 Before you buy, see our line WAG N ER & Go. Bryan' s Departmeut n Store 1 ' Quality Guaranteed X , f Premier Queen Olives ALL SIZES Ir oiivc$ y HOWELL SEATS FOR BIB FIGHT ARE GUT Reports Coming Say They Will Range From $3 to 910 for Each Individual. San Francisco, March 22. Seats for the Jeffries-Johnson fight here on July 4 will range from $5 to $50, according to an official statement by Tex Rick ard, one of the promoters, last night It was originally planned to 'charge from $10 to $100, but Rickard declared that after considering the subject they had come to the conclusion they could make enough money at the reduced prices. As Rickard explained It, there will be 20,000 seats and, st...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 22 March 1910

AT MS Embroidery Our Line of Embroidery at 5c yd. will please. Our line of Embroidery at 10c and 15c yd. will astonish you. We are sure our line of dainty Swiss, Lawn and Nainsook will meet your approval. Ask to be shown our , Flouncing and Baby Sets. Si Si Si Dress Goods We are showing a vast assortment of new things. Goods that are really new, the thinnest shear materials, the heavier fabrics for twn-piece dresses, one-piece dresses, skirts, etc. To see them is to buy them. 53 5S 3$ Laces We are showing a line so large and complete you cannot fail to get what you want and at prices that will fit any size purse. Onyx Hosiery are guaranteed against manufacturers imperfection Plain gause from 25c to 50c Lace hose from 25c to 75c Embroidered hose from 25c to 75c, Silk hose $1.00 to $3.50 Don't forget to see our "Onyx Sox" For the little ones. 53 Si Si Ladies' Footwear We want to say that the lady who buys her Summer foot wear without visiting our store will be making a mistake. She wi...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 22 March 1910

ALL THIS WEEK Tti Shn til Teiu It Tilklig About hase-Lister Theatre Go. 30 Peolep Band and Orchestra "The Way of the World" Special Prices: One Thousand Seats at Ten Gents. A .w fttsr M0N' ToNieht: I ..... c MONSTER LAND DEAL . ' IN M'MULLEN COUNTY Discovery of Great Strata of Lubricat ing Oil Is Followed by a $3,000,000 Real Estate Deal. Galveston. Texas, March 22. A deal Involving $3,000,000 for 7 000 acres of land In McMullen county, in Southwest Texas, brought to light the presence of oil in great .lu.intltips In this section of the state where experiments have been quietly conducted for several months. Without knowing Just what ' the experts found In their tests, prop erty owners advanced the price of their. lands to enormous figures. The new owners organized the Bos ton Texas coritoratlon and include 8. A. Hopkins, treasurer; H. P. Chase, general manager, of Boston; It. It Sherwood of New York and H. W. Pierce of Ohio. These men are also - Interested In oil fields in Ohio and ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 22 March 1910

Organ Batly SagU By THE EAGL3 PRINTING CO. Entered at the Postofflce in Bryan, Texas, . J second class matter. Rae of Subscription. One month I 40 Three months MO One year 4-00 Advertising rates on application. Subscribers will confer a favor on the management by telephoning the office promptly when carriers fall to oeliver the paper, or when change of residence occurs. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Eagle is authorized to make the following announcements subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held in July: For Congress HON. RUFUS HA'HDY, , of Corsicana. For Representative DR. J. L. FOUNTAIN CITY ELECTION For Mayor J. T. MALONEY. For Alderman. C. E. BULLOCK H. A. BURGER BRYAN, TEXAS, MARCH 22, 1910. THE LABOR TROUBLES. The conditions resulting from the strained relations between employer and employe In other words, between capital and labor are deplored by con- TakiTc ycuyiu IVUClOi All UICI the country there Is unrest among the laboring men and every dally newspa per devotes a l...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 22 March 1910

E08y Floor Decoration We all can't have hard wood floors; but we can have the effects of hard wood at a cost within our means with MOUND CITY CO S To-Wauk-on-Stain Your pine floor can be dressed in tkte garment of oak or mahogany at slight expense. ? E.J.JENKINS worn EAsrm stum Do you know it's about time you were thinking about your Easter Suit? Only a few more days in which to select it. J RAILROAD TIME CARD. H. & T. C. Schedule. So. 3 Northbound No. 5 Northbound .. No. 9 Northbound . . No. 2 Southbound .. o. 6 Southbound . . . No. 10 Southbound . . I. & Q. N. Schedule. No. 14 Northbound 1:44 p. m. No. 15 Southbound 4:30 p. ra. 1:38 p. m. 1:0? a. m. 3:40 p. m.' 3:03 p. m. . 2 :,l a. m. fl : 00 p, m. L0CAL8. J. D. Goen was in today from Har vey. B0 styles of misses dresses at Wag ner's. 81 Lum Holden was here today from Tabor. C. M. Steel, of Harvey, was In town today1. Wiley Kelly, of WIxoh, was In town today. T. M. Turner was down today from Zack. Skirts, suits, dresses, ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 22 March 1910

The Splendidly Bred Stallion ; Major Diilard, Jr., 50728 Foaled June 26th, 1906. Bred at Oak Hill Farm, JNavasota Texas. Owned by J. Hunnicutt and H. A. Saunders, Bryan, Texas. Will stand the season at our stable in rear of old H unicutt Stable that bnrned on Burleson street. Season, $15.00. Insurance, $20.00 I Major Diilard, Jr., 50728, is a handsome bay stallion, foaled 1906. Bred by T. C. Foster, Navasota, Texas. Major Diilard, Jr., conformation, individuality, breeding; and reproductiue qualities all combined in one horse go to make that desire of all conservative breeder , an ideal stallion. His pedigree is rich in the blood that has made the history of the turf; that has produced game horses and grand individuals. He is the person tication of perfection, has fine head and deep fine houlders, short back, perfectly rounded quarters, clean, flat legs, fine mane and tail and the best of feet. He is one of the best looking young horses in the country and has a whirlwind of natural ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 23 March 1910

and Pilot Pi FTEENTH YiiAR. BRYAN, TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 23, 1910. NUMBER 91 T. C. D. f.1 We Are Showing the Only Complete 7 Stock of Suit Gases Al!0 GRIPS in the city.Qur new line just received Suit Cases From $1,00 to $15,00 Grips, Bags From 50c to S10 Trunks From $2,00 to S22.50 Before you buy, see our line A. J. WAGNER & Go. f Bryan' s Departmeut Store TRUNKS Quality Guaranteed Premier Queen Olives ALL SIZES HOWELL & NEWTON, Ine. pMvct T ID LONG MILES He Had His Affinity With Him and She Never Retted Until Both Were Arraigned In Court Chicago. March 23. A wife, who had trailed her husband 2,000 miles, gazed coldly at him and his alleged affinity, In whose arrest she was In terested, when they were arraigned 'or trial in the Harrison street police J court yesterday. i The husband is E. Lester Woolway, 'an electrical engineer, and the alleged I affinity Is Miss Inez Hunt. According 'to the police the Woolways were mar tried In Mexico about sis months ago. A shor...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan daily eagle and pilot. — 23 March 1910

AT Embroidery Our Line of Embroidery at 5c yd. will please. Our line of Embroidery at 10c and 15c yd. will astonish you. Wc are sure our line of dainty Swiss, Lawn and Nainsook wjll meet your approval. Ask to be shown our Flouncing and Baby Sets. 5$ 33 Si Dress Goods We are showing a vast assortment of hew things. Goods .that are really new, the thinnest shear materials, the heavier fabrics for twn-piece dresses, one-piece dresses, skirts, etc. To see them is to buy them. S& Si Si Laces We are showing a line so large and complete you cannot fail to get what you want and at prices that will fit any size purse. Onyx Hosiery are guaranteed against manufacturers imperfection Plain gause from 25c to 50c Lace hose from 25c to 75c Embroidered hose from 25c to 75c, Silk hose $1.00 to $3.50 Don't forget to see our ' Onyx Sox" For the little ones. si ' si si Ladies' Footwear We want to say that the lady who buys her Summer foot wear without visiting our store will be making a mistake. She...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle And Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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