The Daily Bulletin/Reveille. (College Station, Tex.) 1916-1938, December 15, 1916, Image 3

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South Side
Y. M. C. A.
Everything White and Clean
Christmas Rates
this year are 20 per cent
off on the double one way
rate. If cadets will see
me at the H. and T. C.
depot, I’ll be glad to ad
vise them as to means of
securing a much lower
W. F. Davis, Agent
Electrical Engineers.
There will be a meeting of the
A. I. E. E. tonight All electrical
engineers are urged to attend.
Longhorn picture w r ill b e dis
A Square Talk.
Fellows, before you go down to
town to buy your Christmas
candy, you better have a look at
my stand to find out how a good
stuff looks like and what the
prices are.
If you can beat it in town,
please don’t buy from me.
Tailor Shop in Old Barber Shop.
The Student Tailors are now
located in the old barber shop
building. Get your work done
before the rush. We do any
kind of alterations, cleaning and
pressing. Call by and see our
new shop.
Tumlinson and Alderson.
President Bizzell wj|l be out of
his office Saturday. He will be
in Ft. Worth attending the Board
meeting. Dean Puryear will be
Acting President.
Make reservations now for
Waco, Dallas, and Ft. Worth on
the trains via H. & T. C., Decem
ber 21st, at H. & T. C. depot.
Campus Residents.
Laundry for the Ineeda will be
collected and delivered as usual
during the Christmas holidays.
Joe Rogers will be in charge.
FOUND — A cross-gun collar
ornament. Apply to Print Shop.
The Gibson ? is “rarin’
to go”.
Try a quart of our
topped off with Crushed Fruit
Quarts 25c
Pints 15c
Attention, Seniors!!!
Student uniforms pressed—
Pants 10c, Blouse 15c
to those who have our tickets.
To others—
Pants 15c, Blouse 25c.
All citizens suits pressed at rate
per suit.
Pressing done by Hoffman Pressing ma
chine. Alterations neatly done.
Yours to serve,
p. nprietm* of COT.l .F.CtE TATT.OR SHOP