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A PRETTY IIOJIK WEDDING
Lust Saturday afternoon nt
4:;i() o'clock, the home of the
bride's Bister, Mrs. Ueorge F.
Sturgis, U)) Coi-siciiim Street, was
the occasion of one of the hap
piest events in the history of the
younger set of Ilillsboro's soeie
ty, when Mr. laul Turner, of Kort
"Worth, led to the matrimonial
altar one of the city's fairest
flowers in the person of Miss Wil
The reception suite of the sum
ptuous Sturgis home had heen
beautifully decorated for the oc
casion with a profusion of pink
niStl red carnations, sweet pens,
Dotted plants and Pimosa fern,
the latter heintf entwined into
the pink carnations prevailing in
the music room, the red carna
tions in the large reception hall,
the staircase lieiiiir entwined with
rimosa ferns and white ribbons,
and sweet peas and pink earri'V
tions, together with pink-shaded
candles, in the dining room, in
which was the Cluny lace-laid ta
ble from the bowl on which de
licious draughts of Roman punch
sometime called the Nectar of
the (Jods. was served the guests
throughout the evening.
Mrs. Sturgis was assisted in re
ceiving bv Mesdames Y V. Hent
ley, W. S. (livens and U. II. Kay,
the house party consisting of the
Misses Myra Mragg, Zulu Liner.
Nnntie Mynl Kirksey, Harriet
ilowinan, Harbara Hawkins ami
Ann Paul, each of the latter be
ing fa voted with corsage bou
quet h of sweet peas.
Before the time of tin remony
the Misses Harriet Bowman and
Kuola Duncan rendered in ther
rich soprano vniecs those sweet
est songs, "1 Love You Truly"
mi.1 'NVou" respectively 1 after
which bride and groom.' preceded
by ribbon hearers, the little Miss
es Mary Catherine (livens and
Dorothy Stnrgis. who with rib
bons, formed an aisle leading from
the staircase to the mantel across
the reception hall, slowly de
scended tin' stairs ami marched
with the strains of Mendelsshon's
Wedding March, rendered by
Mrs. Will Williams, aunt of the
gioom, upon the piano, with vio
lin accompaniment by Miss Don
ald Wood, to the tire place which
was effectively banked with ferns
potted plants and cut flowers and
in front of which the officiating
clergyman, Rev. LMwin Wickeps,
of Dallas, rector of St. Mary's
Episcopal Church, of this city,
stood wailing to receive them,
and who, in the presence of 1he
relatives and intimate fiiends of
the bride, using the beautiful rim
service of the Episcopal Church,
spoke the words which united
the lives of this beloved youn,'
The bride was very prettil.
gowned in a three piece travel
ing suit of brown satin, vi'li
shoes, gloves and hats to nun i.
bearing a l.irge cluster ol I n
France rosea showered with lil-
ics of-the-valley, the groom bi
ing attired in a neat, dark travel
ing suit. After receiving the
hearty congratulations of those
present and upon ascending tho
stairs, the bride, in conformity
with a time honored cuatoin,
threw her bouquet to the out
stretched hands of the young la
dies of the house party, Miss Har
riet Bowman proving to he the
.lent catcher thereof, and, ac
cording to history of the ancient
legend winch decrees that un
voting lady catching the bride's
'bouquet shall be the next bride,
it iu no to some one of our eligi
ble young men to uphold the le
KiiHher amusement to this hap
py event was occasioned by the
cutting of the lirtcte a cane, in
which had been deposited a ring,
a thimble and a dime, Miss Stella
Walker obtaining the piece which
tin? piece which contained the
former, Miss Barbara Hawkins
kins the thimble and Miss Zula
Liner the dime.
The bride is the youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. V.
Bentlev and is one of the most
accomplished and charming
young ladies of Ilillsboro's social
'elite, while the groom is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Turner, form
erly of this city, where the former
was president of the Farmers Na
tional Bank, but now residents
of Dalas, and, being llillsboro
reared, is very popular in the so
cial and business circles thereof
for his gentlemanly manners and
sterling character, and both have
a large concourse of friends with
whom the Mirror joins in extend
ing congratulations and best
wishes for a lone life of health,
Mr. and Mrs. Turner were the
recipients of a number of beau
tiful tokens of love and esteem,
the gift of the former to the lat
ter being an exquisite pearl
brooch. They were also the re
cipients of a large number of tel
The newly wedded pair hoarded
the Katy limited at p. m.
Saturday lor Fort AVorth. their
future home, where Mr. Turner
has a lucrative real estate busi
ness. They will be temporarily
be located at the Westbrook
Hotel, after which they will
cupy a commodious suite on Lips
comb St. llillsboro Mirro.
Miss Willie is the youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. V.
Bently of Kuapp, and has many
admiring friends in Snyder and
All purlins indebted lo .1. Y.
Slewarl is: Son are nnlilinl l
(Mine and make selllomonl at
once or their notes ami ne
eninds will le placed in I In
hand nf nil attorney for od
loclinn. J. Y. Slewarl & Sun.
J AS. R. WELCH & CO
tftortb-cast (Tomer Square.
Raal Estate Transfers
J. C. CooriH to Chas. E. Coons,
lot '2 in block 9, Provident Height
Rud Jaeggli ct nl to Albert
Koase N'- section &!), block It, II.
& T. C. Ry. Co., :isoo.oo
Sam Barnard to J. C. Coons lot
No. .'1, block 20, Provident Heights
addition, $100.00 '
Anton AVatzcl to J. W. Patter
son, lot 2, in block U2, town of
Geo. W. Brown to W. II. Wil
son, lot 7, in block 4, Colonial
Hill addition. $100.00.
(leo. W. Stevens ct lis to
Neaey .Jiilion, lot 2 in block (!,
town of Hcrmlcigh.
A. V. Logan to B. O. Morgan,
lot :i in block 18, Fluvanna, 4'.H).
E. L. Scwall, ct iix to B. '.
Morgan, lot !J in block 118, Flu
van inn, $100.00.
B. C. Morgan to Chan. E. Hard
in, lot :, block 118, Fluvanna,
(. B. Clark to A. N. Woodard
lots I and f in block ::2, (Iro'S
sub division of Scarborough ad
My pasture is posted and anyone
round fishing, hunt ing, driving or
otherwise trespassing upon my en
closure will he prosecuted to fullest
extent of the law.
J. WAIOIIT MOO AH, Decem
ber H, 1910.
Albert Krop and Miss Minnie
C. F. Londriim and Miss Jomc
Too Much Ceremony
A Cincinnati drummer happen
ed to be put at. a table at Colum
bus with a number of legislators,
and the courtly way in which
they addressed each other great
ly bored the commercial travel:ng
man. It was, "Will the gentle
man from Hardin do this?" and
"The gentleman from Franklin
Franklin do that?" They invar
iably spoke to each other as the
gentleman from whatever county
they happened lo hail from.
For ten or fifteen minutes the
drummer bore it in silence.
Then he suddenly crushed the
statesman by singing out in sten
torian tones to the waiter, "Will
the gentleman I from Fthiopia
please pass the butter "
That ended the "gontlemai!
from" busim ss. Hilton 's "Fun
nv Side of Politics "
We take this method of let
ting the public in geie'tnl and
on i' friends in particular know
Ihat we have bought the stock ol
men's fuinishitrg formerly own
ed by C. C. Kbbersol of this place.
The stock is new and well boueh!
and we are ready and anxion.
to show you tluoiigh. We also
desire to have you ami all to
come in and see the extra value--we
are now otl'c ring. Remembei
you are welcome whether you
buy or not. Yours for business.
Davis A; Fclluiy.
We luard a man speak witi.
pride the other dt.v of kiiowinv
a grandson of Briebam Yon1-".'.
We bad always thoueht that i,i
inanv sections of the eoi-ntn i'
Would not be possible to I blow .'
brick ill ai.y crowd without i-'u
iiimr the risk of erippline a "rand
son ol' Brieham Youio. - lb n-
If you want a llinrniuli. pi -
firal rniii'S" iii 1 kkeei,in'. at
lend Hie Civst-oiil ( ai-iii'ierci l'
The Dependable Drug Store,
Prescriptions Compounded at all Hours,
Every Detail Carefully Looked After.
WE VANT YOUR TRADE
Stsinsoii ;Jrug Co
i-east Corner Sq
"Do unto others as you would
have others do unto you." Wou
der if tins Lord intended this coui
mand for us? If so, are we obey-,
ing his voice? Sir?
Everybody is laughing behind
his cars in seeing and having the
pleasure of enjoying this good
Having food raiment let us be
therewith content. Sure I but sup
pose wo haven't got food and rai
ment then what?
" Godliness with contentment
great gain." But what does (iod
feed his people now, as he did
Elijah in the wilderness.
"Love your neighbor as your
self." Sir, is this dicing done by
"He that is without fault let
him cast the first stone." Can you
you cast the stone, to signify that
you are not. "faulty?" Sir?
"Love your enemies, bless them
that curse you, do good to Vheiu
that hate you, and pray for them
which dcspitefiilly use you, and
persecute yoif." Is it possible
for us to render obedience to this
(fod-given command! Is our heart
so full of evil that we can't with
a sympathetic heart forgive our
enemies for hurling destruction
at our feet? "They know not
what they do."
"Happy is the man that lindeth
wisdom." To find you must
seek. Are we wise enough to
"(!ive me liber! ty or give me
death." Wonder if ibis great
American was trv.pf to set an
( x.'impie for t Ims-: v ie) w .tiM live
after he was gone?
I'ncle Sam is s-uidin; money
ifioss the watci? lo the starting
''hinaman when his own people
are in tin; same '.unlit ion. Do
you endorse this act
The nations of earth are crying
peace, and all the whily prepar
ing gieat war machines It; tear
their fellow-man to atoms.
These nations term themselves
"Christian Nations." Wonder if
this is Christianity
".My kingdom is not of lids
world." Did Christ mean this,
or was he just joking!
The report is given us that the
small sum of about $22,000,000 is
donated every year to help edu
cate and clothe people across the
seas. Better educate and clothe
our own people first, when we
find many poor children walking
the cold street of our large cities,
starving for something to eat, it
makes ourheart ache.
"Thy will be done on eartji as j
it is in heaven." Today the rich
prospers. Wonder if this is (bid's
divine will? Today the poor are
tyrannically oppressed beyond
measure. Wonder if he endorsc
sueh a condition of affairs? Do
"Today if ye will hear his
voice," rob and oppress the poor:
No! but love your neighbors as
"lie that don't work, shall not
eat." Do you earn your living by
the "sweat of your face," or d:
you live by the sweat of someone
"They toil not. neither do li e;,
spin;" neither should they eat.
"(live us this day out dail.
bread," provided we woik for
and earn it.
"And forgive us our debts,"
providing we are willing to for
give those who are indebted to us.
"Judge not" another in my
thing which you' allow, "lest yo:;
fall into a snare."
" I'liderstand thou" the-i
things. M. A. D.
I.eani Sliroillmnd and Type
u riling al Hie C.reseenl C.nin
nioni.il Crilege. We give sat
isfaction lo all.
If you want
finished that you
will in after years
be proud of don't
fail to see
The Kodak Studio
Sam C. Curry, Trop.
SEE ME FOR
and Repairing', .1
Also Pipe Fitting, done on short notice
W. L. SHAW, Snyder. J
Headquarters at B. C Davenport's Hardware Store, j
We're in a rosition
a nffni. thp hnst the maL
e4,: W i!. ,TV . . m t tnn i r l
mjvv; j iet auras in uu; waj
: , hVV meats.arAnd our prices, yo:
t riKnow, we aiwua vuoivvr .
. ! ( 1 Wn hinrt o nn V inline atuuAp j
; QJity and quaanw W a ,
'v- ' teeu. nne roasunB
'r Vv i beef. First class muttc-ru
II kllU veal, oork and poultry equallf
where. . (
TTIF. (TiY MEAT MARKET
WHAT YOU NEED
WE HAVE: A Practical Course in Book-keeping,
Shorthand and Typewriting.
WE GIVE SATISFACTION
When in Snyder, call at our office, or write for our
illustrated Catalogue and full particulars. i
Crescent Commercial College.
North-side of Square, Snyder, Texas
a t McDowell.
THE REAL ESTATE MAN. A
Qf V?m fnr Rnworains. He hJi the
ft linn v " - o l
Largest List to Select FrorriA ,
Faught Building, Snyder. Texas.
J. G. LOCKHART. 0
SHOP. , i
I employ none but the best and experienced ba
GIVE ME A CALL . f
A.C. GARETT Prop. WEST SB
Wo Assuro Satisfaction, Our Vorfc is Casu.
Our Motto: 'Keep Clonn" '
We are Still Selling
the best Implements at cost for cash or cheap on f
ti'mn fnr onnrl nnt.es. Al.-;o host hufics nnd h-.
v v w OO .
ncss in town for the money. Everything shop-mnil
J. Y. STEWART fi-SIW
. . i !
Eastside Public bquare, bnyder, Tr-J
HLtU ULflUHOIill I II u.l.ri
I have opened a shop one block east of tic
Maxwell Hotel, on Plaid St.. where von u s 3
hna me reaay ana prcparea to ao work at d.7 j
weather priccr., I respectfully solicit a si. it
of yonr patronage. . I will do everything th-t I
is done in a first-class blacksmith shop
HORSE SHOEING A SPECI LTvJ
Read The Signal and Keep P