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GREENVILLE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2. 1910
000 $ & 0& &&& 5&
CHAIN FAMILY REUNION.
ALL LADIES" DltESSES-ONE-IIALF OFF PLAIN
ALL LADIES' "COATS-ONE-TIIIRD OFF PLAIN
j FIGURE MARK.
ALL FURS-ONE-FOURTI1 OFF PLAIN FldURE
ALL SILK KIMONAS-ONE-FOURTH OFF PLAIN
ALL.. FLANNELETTE.. KIMONAS-ONE-FOURTII
OFF PLAIN FIGURE MARK.
RIG CUT ON ALL MEN'S, ROYS' AND CIIIL
DREN'S "SUITS, OVERCOATS AND SHOES.
lis licijiui i yUs
Like our No. 4 Coffee, alwajs gives one a keen ap
petite. NUMBER 4 Coffeo makes tho whole meal
enjojaule. Try It only 25c pound. 'Phono 24 and
we'll send you souio.
J. O. Hayfer
May the New Year bu freighted wilb happiness and
joy with not n sorrow to sidetrack your pleasure for a
"We're now writing up resolutions for tlio New Year
and, for our part, we record a determination to discount
all our previous eflorts to keep this store the Best Store,
with thi; best Outfitting in this locality.
A store you'll continue to patronize, because its wear
ables aro right, its prices are light and its business methods
Again wo say a "Happy New Year" trusting that,
during the New Year, we shall often sec your face within
our doors. i ., .i i- - '
A Complete Line Of
LADIES' CLOTH TOP
ALSO A BEAUTIFUL LINK OF LADIES' LOW CUT
SHOES AND PUMPS IN PATENT AND SUEDE,
WITH TWO STIIA.PJ5-JUST
utSe .In. Piano, Voice,
nvenlent-to tho pubVa
j.vry Cloio pj
rbone No, 309,
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OF GOOD COFFEE
THE TIIINO FOB
milAL PRICES ON ALL
THE PALLAS CLUB ENTERTAINED
And at Night Presented a Loving
Cup to Min Williams, the Club's
The Pallas Club, as Is their custom,
entertained their friends with a New
Year reception at tho homo of Dr. and
MrB. S, 0. Duff. This club has a
reputnt'on of doing things on a grand
scale and this entertainment waa truly
characteristic of tho Pallas Club.
As tho guests arrived nt the door
they were announced by the butler.
The hall was tastefully decorated In
Southern smllax and hero Mrs. Allen
Nesbltt cordially welcomed tho guests.
In tho double parlors frosted branches
of the beautiful bamiioo were used
with artistic elaboration and under
the softened ras of tho electric light
It gmo one tho feeling of being In a
bamboo grove nt sunrise on a fiostj
morning but all chill) sensations that
could havo come to one were dispelled
by the warm handclasp and hearty
vvoltome nceorded each by tho ladles
of tho receiving party who were Mes-
dames S. 0. Duff, C. E Head, T. P.
Moody, John Doles, nay Nesbltt,
Misses Hulltt Jones, Kato Dlnsmore,
Kla Jones and Loraine Williams In
tho front parlor and Mesdames A. M.
Dlacknian. A. It. Nicholson, I,. 1. Bow
man, John Boyle, G. II. Collins, Win.
Cantrell, n. D. Thompson and Miss
Ilaitjog In the back parlor, all be
comingly gowned In handsome recep
tion gowns that lent Just tho proper
touch of color. Mrs. U. L Stivers, In
white laco over pink silk, gracefully
welcomed tho company at tho door of
tho dining room and Mrs. H, O. Mc
Cain, in white net over pink silk, in
vited the guests to be seated. One's
ejes had to becomo accustomed to the
splendor of this room before It could
be appreciated. The table was spread
with a cover of Mexican drawnwork.
Across the table was drawn a broad
pink ribbon that was held ui either
side by a bunch of pink carnations.
A cut glass vase In the center of tho
table held a bunch of ferns and pink
carnations bo graceful Fn arrange
ment that fairy fingers must havo
placed them Festoons of Spanish
moss swung from the corners of the
room to tho electrolier which wa3
veiled In pink chiffon that caused
the light to shed a softened ray un
matched in beauty from the glaring
god of day and not only were tho
eyes feasted for Misses Paulino Stiv
ers Allco Thompson, Cathlcen Jones
nnd Amelia Jones served delicious
refreshments of pressed chicken, with
Indian relish wafers, plum pudding
with grape Juice sauce, hot coffee and
whipped cream. Tho back hall waa
a veritable palio grove and from be
hind a screen of tall palms came tho
Btralns of sweot music. Last but by
no means least was tho library and
no fairy story ever told of a place
more fair. Trosted holly branches
decorated the windows and doorwavs
and vases of large jellow roses wero
nrtlstlcally placed and as beautiful as
tho (lowers wero tho ladles receiving
hero who wore out of town guests of
tho club. Mrs. Tom Dethcll graceful
ly Introduced Mioses Cee, Traylor,
Turner and Whlto. Presiding at a
table glittering with cut glass wore
Misses Annlo Williams and Ethyl
Ulacknian and Misses Grace Thomp
son nnd Glenna Duff passed refresh
ing orange Ice; The Pallas Cluh may
well be proud of their success In car
rying out to such a state of perfec
tion an entertainment that has not
been surpassed in elegance tills sea
At night the Club ladles had their
husbands and sweethearts Join them
to pay homage to the club's bride
elect, Miss Minnie Williams, and to
present to her a gift from tho club
of a beautiful loving cup.1
Mrs. George Collins was toast mis
tress nnd many brilliant toaBts wero
given and Miss Williams, though taken
by surprise, her ready wit did not do
scrt her and she responded very ap
propriately In beautiful and well
Tho following Is the programme for
the evening service at Kavanaugb
Prelude, "Largo" Handel.
Anthem, "Come und Worship"
Duet, "Angel of Light" Coombs.
Male quartette, "Sweet Sabbath
Antbeicv "And I) the Angol" Solly
Offertory, "Vox Angollca" Henrlcb.
Solo, "O Holy Night" Adam.
Anthem, "Sing and Itcjolco"
Solo, "Xne Plains of 1'eaco" Bar
Anthem, "Praise the Lord, O Jeru
Male quartette, "Tho Lord Will
comfort Thee" Loreni. ,
Choir assisted by Mrs, Will
Reeves, Miss Ruby Perryman, JMlsal
pth Fleman, Pjvf. L U. Jones; Mr,
cornet, Mr. Moudy, trombone,
30UTHALL HOME BURNED.
A Total Lota of DulldTng and the
Soon after 4 o'clock josterday
mot nlng tho residence of E. M, South
all on South Stonewall street wns
found to be on fire by two bo)s going
past. An alarm was turned in which
brought tho flro boys out promptly,
but tho flames had spread too far to
bo put out. Mr.Southall and family
barely escaped through tho windows,
The house was valued at $1,800 and
was Insured for $1,250. The house
hold goods were Insured for $750 and
wero valued nt $1,000,
Tho Episcopal church was badly
damaged by catching on fire as the
wind was from the south. Tho root
nnd chancel wero Injured prcbably to
the amount of $200, which la covered
Tho flro department did splendid
work In saving the churcli and other
property near there.
OLD CUSTOM OBSERVED
NEW YEAR'S RECEPTION HELD
AT WHITE HOUSE.
The Diplomatic Corps, Supreme Court,
Army and Navy and the
Washington, Jan. 1. Tho event
which from nftcost tho first dajs of
tho remihllc lias distinguished the
event of a Now Year In Washington,
the president's reception nt the Whlto
House, took on new Interest today,
as it waB tho first public roceptlon
planned for tho administration of
Tnft. Somo Idea of the magnitude to
which the New Year's reception at
tho Whlto House has grown can bo
had from tho fact that President
ltosevelt, during tho last two or three
)eara of his term attained the high
water mark of shaking haudB with
more than 8,000 men and women.
Tho early period of tho reception
was made as gay and lniprosslvo as
usual today bj the appearance of the
diplomats In full dress uniforms of
their rank and distinction In tho coun
tries from which they aro accredited.
There were many new faces In the
diplomatic lines, which wns headed
by Baron Des Planches, the Italian
ambassador, dean of tho corps In
Introductions were made by Col.
Spencer Cosby, of the arasy, major
domo of tho Whlto House, assisted
by Captain But, Lieutenant Palmer
A SURPRISE PARTY.
Mlii Loulie Ende Wat Hostess Lait
The neighborhood girls planned a
surprise on Miss Ixiulse Ende last
night and Invaded tho Endo homo on
Park street In full force with escorts.
The evening was pleasantly passed in
games of various kinds. There was a
"Burled words" contest In which John
VanAinburgh won the prize, a volume
of "The Tanglewood Tales," by Haw
thorne. There was also somo good
music. Ilefreshments wero served of
chocolate, cake, stuffed dates and fruit.
Tho whole affair was very enjoyablo
A now mllo-post Is past. This has
been a good year for us. You have
holpod to make It so. We want you
to know that wo appreciate jour co
operation. A happy, prosperous now
year. Call and seo us again. B. S.
Found at Singer Office.
A nlco Xraas present for your wife,
mother or sister. A nlco C drawer drop
head machlno from $20 00 to $85.00.
Your credit Is good. .
SIMOER S. M. CO.,
II. Ituylo, Mgr.
T'J the Farmers.
Now Is tho time to gather jour cot
ton bolls. They are worth $1.50 to
$2.50 per hundred.
MOUDY & SON,
The Qoodi You Need Now.
Money can be saved it you will let
us put tho goods In your house,
Chandler buja right, hence sells right,
Goods' marked in plain figures.
And the Cat Came Back.
So havo all our old customers and
wo aro glad to meet new onea also.
Como and seo us. Chandler, the fur
FOR RENT Furnished rorns for light
housekeeping or bed rooms. Apply to
Mrs, It, L Davidson, North Stonewall
street, old phone 27C,
You should not fall to como and see
my superb line of cut glass. The boat
for the monoy ever offered. Dr. M.
Make your selection of ginghams
from this stock of ours, now spring
styles, richest designs, at 10c and
12Viu- McBrldo. ""-
This great Clearance Sale will save
jou many dollars, come and profit by
these low prices. McUrldfv.
. Handsome tailored salta and wraps
all go In tbis great sale at eiactly
I halt price. They are unusual prices.
The greatestyalues of the .ywr aru 9 fj
offered ou during this sale ot otjrs, ? Ul II
Do not eik?alBDrtoe, , "J' If H i
the mm m
HAD A MOST DELIGHTFUL TIME
Had Contests and a New Year's Bell
Ringing Trial at the Home of
Mrs, J. T, Robinson.
One of the nioit pleasant holiday
parties wai given jesterday afternoon
bi- members of tho Prlscllla Club,
Mis. J. F. ttoblnson, hostess.
As the guests entered they woro
met by .Mrs. (Julgley, Mrs. J. W. Mc
Makln, Miss Inez Koblnson and Mrs.
IAve. In tho cloak room Mrs. J, T.
rtbblnson wokomed tho guests and
on back of each one pinned little slips
of paper with sentences such as
"Smile," "Get Ilusj," "lie Lively." In
the parlor were Mm. Moudj, Mrs Jim
Kills, Mrs. Kerr, Mrs. L C. Penning
ton nnd Mrs Claud Smith.
The pit tors nnd dining room were
nrtlstlcally decorated In red and
green. Large nnd small Xmas bells
were In profiiRlon. Tho dining table
wa beautiful with a largo cut glass
bowl containing fruit, on a sliver re
flector, whjle from each corner of tho
table red and green crepe paper strips
wero swung to chandelier and from
thero to each corner of tho room
Here, too, Xinas bells completed the
Tho first contest wos n circus plaj
after which each guest waB blind
folded nnd told to cut out a pig In
half .t minute Thero was great fun
when the "pigs" wero pinned on tho
wait with the ownur's name attached,
Ahother contest followed and then
tho New dear's bell ringing followed
Six sn nil bells wero tied In red nnd
green ribbon and were attached to
portiere pole and were suspended to
within two Inches of tho floor. Then
each lady had three trials In which
Bhe .rolled tho ball and tried to hit a
hell each time. Another contest and
soven games of hearts completed tho
diversions of tho afternoon The
score cards were very dainty In red
and green. Refreshments consisted
of two courses, nut salad, pickles nnd
crackers, coffee, whipped cream and
Tiny folded slips of paper wero
passed around and were found to con
tain such resolutions as "I'll chew no
more gum," "I'll not gossip," etc. But
besL of all were tho Xinas presents
thorq,.was one for every guest and
member and tho ladles departed
thanking the hostess and mcirJieiB
for the dainty presents and very
Verdict In Damage Suit Case, Alio
a Habeas Corpus Trial.
In tho district court jesterdny at
5:20 p. m. the Jury In tho BUlt of John
Ilussey vs M , K. & T. came In wltl. u
verdict for the defendant.
In tho afternoon Judgq Porter heard
a habeas corpus casu of a negro
named Julius Seegar, who had been
fined by Justice Mason for conteiript
of court In using angry words in tho
courtroom, Hon. B M McMahan rep
resented Seegar und County Attorney
Spearman the State. After hearing
tho evidence Judge Porter Hald ho
would glvo his decision in a few days,
and released Seegar on a $50 bond,
I am otlll selling Ingrain and
Brussolls carpet at cost It. P. Jonoi,
i;ust Lee street.
Save your broken lenses and sond
them In and havo thorn duplicated.
Dr. VL. Beskow, Optician.
One-fourth off for cash on suites,
sldo boards, buffets and stoves. II, V
Jones, East Lea street.
Fancy McAlestor lump at $0 50 per
ion K. W. Harrison, Mgr,
Everything new at the Lyric Mon
I EH CONFIDENCE,
who draw good salaries,
tb.T7 who earn monoy easily,
aln, 'naturally acijulro tho hab
It i Inking thoy can always
do li belr ability blinds them
to tht ft thnt capable men aro
l..., . V-V..
lp to accidents and
Ills of 1.
lelr lower salaried
fellows, W man who loses
bis ear Vwer h't t"0
ground vrfV f harder than
the $1,00 who Is dis
abled. & G. L. Ulrtho neds tt
,., 1ui! FltANK Cn.- much,
save jusi M BOYKlN. ".'
"" It. IS. CONNOR, LU
Cot J, P, YATES, Attorn
Jnct A. N. UHAi, I'flys
. I L. A. CLAUK. Atb
J, W. MCMAKIN
" A. J. PATTON,
P. 11. FBBBMA
' T. D. STAIINi!!
52. MRS. B. O, Gl
H. C. MINTON,
T. C. FOSTER.
J. V, HOIINB, I'
1 I). THOMAS
U NONMAri C
O. B. JONES, It'
B. F. BOYP8TU
m pciitVP. f!aoUaUt
W. D. WISE, superintendent
One of the Most Notable Ever Held
In Lamar County.
Mrs J. V. Manning, wife of Count
Judge Manning, attended tho Crnlti
family reunion, tho following account
VL HillVll is uuiuu iruiu uic i uus
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Now a: I
"Tho reunion of tho Craln brothers
and sisters during the holidays at tho
'homo of Rov. S, S. Craln In West
Paris was one of tho most Interest
ing nnd one of tho largest over hold
In this city. There woro llfty-sovcn
In all present. Including four broth
crs nnd four sisters nnd their children
nnd husbands and wives Tho nges
of thow present ranged from lt.
llvo tirs down In one oar,
Tho leunlon began on Christmas
morning at c o'clock, at wh'ch hour
tho first Installment ni rived, mid
they were nil Hi b noon Tho broth
era and sisters tiro Rev. Jerry Craln
or Antlers, Rev John Craln of Hugo,
Rov S. S Craln of West Paris, Itev.
W. L. Crnln of Leonard, Mrs, W. O.
Hoffman of West P.uls, Mrs. T. Y,
Johnston or Blossom, Mrs, Nannie
Trick of Annonii nnd Mrs Molllo
Manning or GreenvMllo. Theio weio
twenty-llvo single children belonging
to the rnmlllcs and bIx grandchlldicn.
They had a great tlmo with plenty to
eat. Including turkey, ham, chicken,
goose nnd squirrels and all kinds of
cake and p'ea
Iho tnblu was set only once, nt 2
o'clock Saturday utternoon, and thero
wns a continuous least at It whenever
any of them got hungr enough tu
eat, until 7 o'clock Simda morning
Thu meiuboiB of the fnmll put In tho
time singing and telling stories anil
having a guneral good time Not a
single accident occurred to cast a
shadow on tholr complete enJoinent
,Most of those who llvo out of town
left Tor homo cstoday and the nth
urs will leave, today. Before leaving
they had two group pictures taken,
one of which Included tho cntlro Ilf
t seven and the othei tho hi others
Although the) tiro now consider
ably scattered the Grain family was
ono of the most notable In 1-iuni
county. Resides tho eight living
children threo brothers nnd a sister
aro dead. All fuur of tho surviving
brothers aro Baptist preachers and
one of the Unco who aro dead was a
Baptist preacher Thoy wero all born
In Iimar tounty and woio tho uona
or Jasper Craln, who moved hero with
his fathei ftuni Illlnulii before TexaB
was a stale. Ho grew up from child
hood In Lamar county, was a good
man and a good cltUeu nnd wns
known among his acquaintances as
"Undo Jap" Craln. Ills wife was i
.Miss Scott and 'was a native of Ten
nessee." MARRIED LAST EVENING,
A Popular Young Couple Joined In
At 7:30 Inst evening Mr. Newton
Nix ami Miss Lthel James wero united
In marriage by llev J. E Edmonson
at IiIh residence on West Leo atreot
The brldo'B paroirla aro leceiit com
ors to the city but she has won many
friends nnd ndiulrcrs during her real
denco In the city.
'Iho groin Is a son of Mr. and Mrs,
l. B. Nix and Is known as n ouug
man or Integrity and business eutor-
prtcu. Thu many rrlcnds of tho couple
wish them a long and happy lire
Dr. I). H. Waddle, specialist, cjo
ei , nose and throat Glasses lilted
t)ora Houso block.
!: HOW ABOUT THAT 4
What would bo any .iccr or
ff more appropriate than u nlco i
'f. box of lino Candy? It would bo 2
X Jmt tho very thing and wo luvo x
X JACODS CANDY A
SAM O SET CANDY.
No flrlor Candy Is mado
havo so many nlco boxeB that y
A 8IIK wlf; like Why not toroo .i
V In tnJn.. n.iil mnlu vrvilf nMdrt. V
In today (rid make your solec- t
fHieBinz3s ? W&i
fS -Preserved Cher- , ISSHBi
vine ? T ,.:3mE'i
f 1 ""' . It Y ,'T KWSSFF 'i
f Preserved 2 , $jgrik rt,
iqr Strawberries. x TOT ."S 1 -iTkV C? iKt4
3 R..IU- Mince OLaFJOUCK. l&L OOn YZ81 t
vt i l -- y r t :.; mr- a .
M. Meat. 2 . , 1, ' M '
will I sf. a. w rm
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Bl Boneless Her- ,f .; rai uSmiCV&. 7 asr .fel
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Save 33 1
StllUISS RKOt l, f n
Nut Clothes Mrieri
eludes the newest things Bliown
and solid shades, long at lea
in wearing, regular prices were
Some extra specials In uvery
I W! Mm
5M.- 1 ii tJ
look nt tho low prices wo havo mado on tho best stylo hats,
furnishings, mid lots In shoes, nil winter uudorwoar, neckwear,
shirts, etc. Hero ou cnu get tho greatest tallies over offered,
save money and tlmo by coming to this sale.
Some Extra Specials.
In uvery department ou will find extra specials In small
Iota, but tho values aro groat. In silk nnd dress goods tho
entire lino Is now marked nt JJJJ X'3 PE1 CENT OFF
Balance of our ladles' tnllorod suits and wraps nro now marked
nt ...EXACTLY HALF THE FORMER PRICEB
Skirts and underniusllns nio marked at yg 1-JJ PER CENT OFF
Dig cut on winter underwear, ror every incumber of tho family,
In somo lots they are marked exactly halt prlco, others at
25 PER CENT OFF
Coir.0 to thlB Sale uvery day ou will save money by bo
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WE ARE OFFERINQ
mtn 5 MM Id
At 33 1-3 Per Cont Roduotion From
Ai.L GOOD PATTERNS, THIS SEASON'S GOODS AND ALL
NE.V 8TYLE AND WEAVE.
Boys' Suits at Big Reductions,
Headquarters For Shoes For the Whole
OUTFITTERS FOR MEN,
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BUY GROCERIES FROM
Moore & Jones
JANUARY 8th THEY WILL GIVE THE
WW g?ft 1 B M-i
A LIBERAL PER CENT OF
Old Phono 140
? Old Phone 192
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No- Is tho tlmo to cave
on jour winter suit You
havo many months yet In
which you can wear theio
liandsomo suits nnd ti
prices aro away down,
Novor have you had such
a rich stock offered you
at such low prices at
now, Our entire line of
men's suits and overcoats
Is offered you At
33 1-3 PBR CENT
In this lot jou wltl; find
tho handsome blue,jblack,
gray, brown, tan,
the solid nnd the rich?
stripe, st lea thnt are
elusive ami ones that'
not bo equalled at o
ular prices of $5.00
now OU get ch"
Balance of our men .
somo overcoats, tills;.
this seuBon, in tho rlch'i'
and ones that you will dolfb.
$5 00 to $19,50, now thoy nr
lino of goods'for mon are offered.
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OUR ENTIRE 8TOCK OF
WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
THEIR 8ALE8 ON TH'kT DAY
New Phone 140
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