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WITHOUT DEVIATION OUR METHOD OF SELL.
INQ Q00D3 IS.
E PRICE-SPOT CASH
Notwithstanding wo hao repeatedly made this
known both orall) nnd In tho public print, trequenllj
we arc asked for credit It 1b true, on request, wo
let out goods on approval, but If tho goods nte un
paid for or unrclurned In two or tbreo days our
cashier has Instructions lo present tho bill. And
bo long"'a9 this privilege Isn't abused It will bo a
plcasuro to continue this sistcni
Our pi Ices are based on a cash sjstcm onlj,
And whllo wo bellovo customers with whom wo arc
PERSONALLY ncqunlnted nro good for their con
tracts, with merchants of inaluro Judgtneiit ami rlpo
experience it Is an established fact Hull thu credit
merchnnt nmst add additional profltB to offset loises
and the necosarj additional expense of doing n
credit lumliir as So that on our present margin of
piotU It would lulu us flnniiclall) to do a credit
NEWS IN DRIEF.
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Mlsi Prances Phillips Is Improilng
after an Illness of several dajs
There were t biles of cotton re
relvr-d ytiMerdii', making a tltal of
Registered An Auto.
It I Warren registered his auto In
tho office of tho count) clerk, being
Mrs Morris Novlnsk) Is confined to
her room with a severe attack of
Kcv. Luther Hecs of rnrls will
preach In tho rirBt l'resbjterlnn
church this morning nnd tonight.
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Will Open on Monday,
The Uremlllu IIiibIiiusb University
wilt optn tomorrow nftcr a holiday
To Attend the Marriage.
Yesterday l)r. I'ollx IJrnmlett and
alstcr. Miss llratulott, arrived from
Uonhun for tho Uramktt-WllllaiLS
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I Automobiles in Stock
I Studebakes-E. M. F. "30"
4. Get our Prices
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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WE WANT TO THANK EACH AND EVERY
ONE FOR THEIR LIBERAL PATRONAGE DURING
THE PAST YEAR AND WE EARNESTLY SOLICIT
THE SAME FOR 1910. JWI8HING YOU A
Happy aiiri Prosperous
Drlef Mention of Those Who Come
P A. N'orrls of Shawnee, Ok , la In
Miss Catherine Gnllhrd has returned
Miss Doss Jackson of Dallas la vis
iting In tho city.
Miss Irene Holm of Como Is visiting
Mri n I- McHlll.
Judge L. A, Clark returned from
Dallas last night
Miss Uess White of Par s Is visiting
Miss Itulltt Jones
Miss Kvn Ta.vlor went to Dallas last
night to visit relatives.
Miss Gertude Ablowlch of Coin
met co Is visiting hero.
Miss Mnrj Howell Is visiting Mr
nnd Mrs O A Murphy.
Mr, and Mrs. Itullln Knox of Terrell
nro visiting Mr and Mrs'. V. I, I'ord.
Miss Mildred McCulloch of Den
franklin Is vIMtlng Mrs Will Woinack
Mrs, Annie Olrnud of Houston Is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Thco llevck,
Onlc last nlglit nnd will go In Sulphur,
01c, todav. (
Mr. M J Owens, wife nnd llttlo
daughter, Jessle.lrlne. nru visiting rel
atives at Ualley.
Miss I. u la Orr spent tho holidays
hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
C K Orr, and relumed to WInnsboro
A QUICK ARREST.
Ebby Vasher In Trouble Over Some
Brass Goods, I
Ycslcrdny n negto named Ebby 1
VftRher tried to sell gomo old brnss lo
parties on tho cast sldo or tho square
Tho brass consisted of a lot of noz-l
tics that had been broken Into pieces
Tho man to whom Vasher Irled to sell
them phoned Chief of Police Norman,
when tho negrn ran oft leaving the
Marshal Norrran took tho bag of
brass to tho flro station and on In
quiry found they had been stolen from
the compress plntform nnd soon after
wards ho and Policeman Shlpp arrest
ed Vasher and havo him In tho cala
boosu nw ailing trial, It was n qulcit
piece of dctectlvo work nnd arrest.
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Returned to Midland.
Miss Mvrtle Tanner left vesterilav
for Midland after a vacation visit at
home Miss Tanner Is principal of
tho school nt Mldlnud
Will Sing Today.
Mrs Ulraud, directress of thu An
nunclntlon choir nt Houston, will sing
Mlllnid'a "Ave Maria" nt the oltertorj
nt tho Catholic church this morning
Moving to Hugo.
Mr nnd Mrs lloscoo Doss will move
to Hugo, Ok, to reside Mr. Doi,s Is
thcio now nnd Mrs Doss will go
thi.ro In about two weeks.
Here for the Wedding.
.Miss Dlrdle Davis of Austin Is In
thu city the guest of Miss Hae Hosen
thai to attind tho Jacobs Rosenthal
wedding utt Sundiv.
Went to Lewisvllle.
Miss Gertrude. Ilrlscoc rtturncd ea
terdaj to l.enlsvlllo to resume her
school after a holldnv visit at hemo
Sho hopes to spend Pel) 2- nt homo
on .i visit
Candidate for County Treasurer.
Prank V Wood requests the Herald
to state that lie will be .i candidate
for count) treasurer and that his
formal announcement will appear
Daughters ol Confederacy,
'lheru will bo a meeting uf the
Daughters of tho Confederacy with
Miss Kleiuor French at .1 u in Tues
day Jan I Hull call nil) lie answer
ed with sumo Incident relative to our
generals of the civil war.
C I, Thompson .mil Stharlottlu
New ton (1 Nix and Ethel James
I J Johnson and (Inssle Dills
U A Hnsklns mid Mrs Ollle Tem
All tho committees appointed on
ltfllgious Census of tho tlt will meet
In tho y M C. A, rooui3 Monday
morning nt tt o'clock Tho vvurK of
taking the census will begin Thursdaj
nt 1 o'clock, all workers mei-tlng .it
thu Chilstiau church 'iho 7J workers
am to bo named b) tho Pastors and
Suiuho school superintendents
A Pleasant Party.
I. id evening Miss Hub) Dolllns en
tortiilnul Misses Lowcnsleln, Hint
song, Perrjinin, Plosslo and Nlata
Clurlu) wllh a drlvo over tho city and
Ihi'ti to a splendid supper at htr
home, closing with taking her guests
to tho 1.5 tic mid Colonial It was n
delightful affair and provid .Miss Dol
llns a graceful hostess
John H. Erlckson Is Now Secretary
of the Booster Club.
Yestuidtj morning the directors ol
tho Iloostur Club met and ratified the
clcxtlon of John II l.'rlckbon as see
retnrj of the Club
Mr Krlckson, who was prescut,
mndu n short talk which pleased those
Tho now secrctarj Is now In charge
Ho is meeting as manv cltlens as jios
slble Ho also usks that during Iho
coming vcok tlieio will bo open house
nnd ho dcslies tha nil persons Inter
osted In the upbuilding of the clt) call
upon him at tho club rooirj.
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S'fc; I . YOURS TO PLEASEx
JJIU N. WHITE
5SX 2 Corner Leo and St. John Streets. ?
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Eczema Readily Cured by a Simple
A simple clean remedy thnt can bo
used In the homo Is whnt overy per
son desires who Is" Buffering from
iczcma. You can now havo that rem
edy and get Instant relief, and ho
cuiod permanently by ZUMO, a clean
V Schonck ennu up fioni Lone I "-''"" "i' '"r ' UB,:-
. . i.. . . . f 7I'1M mtrna aulti ( onnano Itv i raw.
lug the germs nnd their poisons, that
cause tho disease, to tho burfaco of
iho skin and destroying them, leaving
.bo skin clean and healthy. Messrs.
French & Moore, tho druggists will
give sou n booklet and will uxplnln
to ou how a great many cases of
eczema and other forma of skin dis
eases havo been cured by this almplol
C. W. B. M. PROGRAM,
January Meeting Will be Held With
Mrs. Y. O. MeAdams as Hostess.
Following Is the program for the
lauuar) inietlng of tho 0 "W. II M
which will bo held with Mrs. Y O.
MeAdams .is hostess, assisted by Mcs
ilauloi II I' Arnold, Will Arnold, Sid.
nej Arnold, J. P. Yates, J, P. Heck
ham and Miss Dennett.
Quotation, "We will attempt great
things for Cod and expect great
tilings fiorci God."
Subject. Plans for tho Hnlarglng
of the Work.
Dototlonal: Led bj Mrs Suddeth.
1. Stnto Development; n lllble chair,
Mrs i: Shnonds; b Moses .Memorial
Mib l.atea; c Work Among Mexicans
In our Slate, Mrs Pilce; d In this
Plo'd. Mrs Sherrill
Papoi Tho Gathering of Gifts-
Methods Mrs V. A. King.
Iluslness period. Soc'al Besslon.
Give Your Boy a New Years Present.
of a savings account of his own, then
teach him how to build a "DANK
CREDIT" for future use.
Tho amount of tho account at the
start la of minor Importance. Placing
him In the way of learning practical
business methods, tho value of thrift,
ecouomj and tho accumulation of
small sums, Is w hat counts.
A growing bank account Is recog
nized by business men as a recommen
dation the reallzo thu fact that It
makes for sobriety, conservatism and
a bettor, broader cltlzonBhlp.
Start YOUH boy right como In
NOW and open an account for him.
glvo him tho bank book ns a Now
Years present. Seo our 1 per cent
saving ad In Ihls paper. In which wo
glvo uwny JJiOOn.
Giti;i:Nvii.m nat. ex. hank,
Tho Largest Hank In Hunt Co.
DIED AT FORT WORTH.
William Kavanaugh Was Run Over by
a Street Car on Friday.
William Knvannugh, for jeara road
tuaslcr of tho Kily road at Greenville,
was run oo: on Prldaj bj a street car
nnd died Salurdav evening Mr Kiv
nnuugb will lu remembored bj man)
hi'io Ills wife was .Miss Annie Plnn
The remains will be brought hero and
thu funeral will be held this after
noon on nrrlval of tho Cotton Uelt
train Friends are Invited to attend
f lom tho train,
FOR RENT Two nice rooms with
houd Old phone 110.
IS ALL IT WILL COST YOU X
FOR FOUR SUITS PRESSED I
AND SHINES UNLIMITED.
ED WILLIAMS J
'', BOTH PHONES 43. V
river) thing new at tho Lyilc Mon
CASTOR I A
For TjifaritB and Children.
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought
Ely's Cream Balm
CUe Relict at Once.
heaU and prutects
tho ili3PwT mem
brane ri Bullinf from
Catnrru nml UrUoB
awn) a Cold jii tho
Taste and Smell. Pull size CO Un , ntDnig.
gists or uy mull, lu liuuiit form, 75 nuts
Uly lirotliora.na 'v.Vnrrcn btreet. New York
January i, igio
Wislilnj: the friends
and patrons of the COL
ONIAL oud LYRIC thea.
HAPPY and MOST PROS
PbROUS NEW YEAR
I beg; to remain, yours
E. J. LAftiKIN,
Somo Polks wore
because They Hud to get Jp
and IlulUl n Flro theso Cold
Mornings. They Also Had
while They wore Uulldlng tho
It Won't Happen If jou Get A
We've (lot Tliem but we Don't
Want to Keep Them any lougsr
than to Qlve You a Chance to
Tho Ono which Suits You,
and, Wo S ' thorn At Coat.
Call up u h phones 34 or 70
and ask for Smith, He will glvo
ou what Information you wish.
GREENVILLE GAS GO,
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A Valuable Booklet Free.
i. Moore's drug store villi bo given a
llttlo booklet virlttcu by nu enJuetit
authority, livery family has onu or
inoro persons who have eczema, plm
pies, dandruff, rng woruli tetter,
prlcKly heat, hlvoa or some form of
skin or sculp dlseaso. This booklet
Is written In such u plain, tduiplo man
nor thai any porson after perusal of
It can toll what Is tho waller with
them and cau at onco proceed to get
r. ylmplo home treatment that will
Uestro tbo germ llfo that causes the
disease, and in this way effect a com
pleto euro of any form of skin or
New spring ginghams In largo vn
rlety of rich paterna are now open,
wako your selection at onco, prlca
10c and lsWc McUrlde.
Classen correctly fitted to tho eye,
lenses ground and made while you
wait. Dr. M. Beskow, Optician,
Everything uow nt tbo Lyric Monday
&f z oome
AT 1-4 LESS
SKLLINO MENS' SUITS
AT 1.3 OKP.
A New Year's
"A Happy New Year Be
Thine, and in Thy House
hold May Peace and Con
tentment Reign Supreme."
On this, the beginning of a new J ear, we deslro to ex
press onr npprcclallon for tho confidence reposed In us during
tliv jcai Just ended, and to nssuto vou that tluoughnut the
)e.ir, on the llireshhold of which wo now stand, our every
clfort will uu tu merit thu favor of jour esteemed patronngo
Tho fundamental Idea of our merchandizing methods, 1,
nnd will be, that no transaction Is complete "Until It carries
perfect satisfaction to the purclnsor.
Our close lelatlons with, manufacturers assure our cus
turners not onlj the finest cholco fiom tho most worthy goods,
and a certain degree or oxclua'voiiess, but n'.so the most fa'vor
able prices No Hash, no liroractlcal things, noun of those
clmiplsh goods that careful peop'u wouldn't have at nnj
pilee but worthj, desirable, high grade merchandise1
The koinoto of the store business vlll be quallts, service
and real satlsfnct on to our customers.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY.
ALL LADIES' SKIRTS AT
1-3 LESS THAN REGULAR
ALL LADIES' SILK PETTI
COATS AT 1-4 LESS THAN
ALL LADIES' AND CHIL
DREN'S FURS AT 1-4 LESS
THAN REGULAR PRICES.
ALL. CHILDREN'S C0AT3
AT 1-4 LES3 THAN REGU
$40 00 1-2
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.Z Tv .. V -,c 7I Zr&rfr ZM-1JWMB '--2
Kk1.1 Tnrn. jT' ztvrzzzz ,.'?!. .
ALL LADIES' SILK AND
WOOL DRESSES 1-2 PRICE.
BIG SHIPMENT OF NEW
RED SEAL AND A. r. C. GING
HAMS JUST IN AND CAN BE
SEEN IN OUR GINGHAM
ON DAVENPORTS, BOOK CASES, LADIES' DESKS,
CHINA CLOSETS AND EVERYTHING IN FURN1TUREN LINE.
A large lino of BEAUTIFUL ART SQUARES AND RUGS OF
LATEST PATTERNS. SPECIAL PRICES IN FINE ROCKERS.
WUST SIDE SQUAIID.
y. Just cast jour oo over this list of
O Horns for jour Xmas table: 1900
Demonstration This Week
TO--ft TJTJ A. T.i. n
tyftyen, fr-oxM"e-x-:- ,
!1 VH MB k&
IS THE MOST ECONOMICAL STOVE
O Nuts (all kinds), Oranges (tho flneat), MADE FITTED WITH ONE OF OUR
U naialns and Currants, Apples (eating 0VEN DRUMS, IT 18 A GOOD COOK
, UUU WUftlUb Ui ICHCOVj 3l'H-VO VU11
i-a-iorea ana oc real sircngiuj mv
Wa IwIh RAlKEa
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jfj I above aro just a FUW euggestlous for
O I YOU If jou wish to recolvo a genu.'
STOVE, AS WELL AS A SPLENDID
THE SHOE MAN Soles Shoes Fo
75 cents. At Old Stand, Next
uoor to Arvin's uruo5torfiu..s,
inu Inspiration call at THIS store.
Noble & Kimbrough,
Wo lmvo a nice lino
Dolls, prices from
tCop-rlclU 1909, br C. E. Zimmerman Co -.No 51
COZINESS AND COMFORT so desliable at this time of the jear may
be accomplished only bj means of adequate heating facilities If ou uso
Stoves you must get a good ono to secure comfort and still maintain clean
liness besides, tho poor Stovo may be a llttlo cheaper, but jou havo to pay
for It man) times over In tho additional fuel that It consumes without giv
ing back heat In exchange Ileforo we buy Stoves we first must bo satisfied
as to their Ion fuel consumption, so you nro sure on this point as well,
when vuu buy a Stovo from us for our guarantee of satisfaction outlasts
every stovo we sell.
Gh I-I. COLLINS
SAVES FUEL FOR JM'OU JBu ' ffl
us at once FOuflBiBiBl& M m
OF FREBH MEAT8 nrTliriHHHB ' IHHi
DELIVERED TO ANY PART O" THE )LT JHHnifiSittiilB)
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