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The freat success of Dr, Pierce's Golden Medical D!.
povery In cunn4 weak stomachs, misled bodies, weak
lungs, and obstinate and lingering coughs, is based on
this recognition of the fundamental truth that "Golden
Medical Discovery" supplies Nature with body-tmlld-lag,
tlssucorepairins!, muscle-rnaling materials, in eon.
denied and concentrated form. With thii help Nature
supplies iho necessary strength to the stomach to digest
food, build up the body and thereby throw oft" lingering
obstinate coughs. The "Discotery" reestablishes the
digestive and nutritive orgnns In sound health, purifies
and enriches tho blood, and nourishes the ncnes in
uuri establishes sound vigorous health,
It four dealer otlera aometblne "lint us jJnooV
It la probably better roK Htrtl.-lt pays better.
But ion nre thtnhlni ot tho cure not the profit, so
thtre'a nolhlnii "last as jjootf" tor you. Hay ao.
Dr. Pierce's Common Senso Medical Advisct, In Plain nngtishs or, Med
icine bimpliGcd, 100S pages, or 700 illustrations, newly reused up-to-date
IUitlon, paper-bound, sent for 21 nnc-cent stamps, to cocr cost ot moiling
tnly. UotU-bound, 31 stamps. Address Dr. It. V. Pierce, llu&lo, N. Y.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
F. J. PHILLIP8, presldenS
QEO. 8. PERKINS, Vli Pre a.
JAS. AFIMI8TEAD, Vice Pre.
H. W. WILLIAMS, Caahler
W. A. WILLIAMS, JR., Aast. Cr.
J. W. DIRDSONO, Aast, Cashier.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
OF QRECNVILLE, TEXAS.
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS, NOVEMBER IS, 1909.
Loans and Discounts , ?C32 021 25
1. S. and Other Bonds 222 7G0 00
Premiums on Bonds Nona
Ileal Estate, Furniture and Ftxturos 21 000 00
Demand Loans , Ji, t.oOS 7l
Cash 'and Exchange .140,719 50 014 023 38
Total..., Jl 192 70S C3
Capital jjj. $200 000 00
Surplus Fund and UiwKljJ! Profits 02 US Gt
Reserved for Taies.nBr, ' 250 00
Circulation . .. 188 100 00
Deposits l 039 000 99
Total $1 492 799 03
We certify this statement Is correct.
F. I. PHILLIPS, President.
H. W. WILLIAMS. Cashier.
F. J. Phillips. A. G. Lantznecter, Mrs. W. A. Williams
Geo. 8. Perkins, . p Becton M" M- Arnold
J.. ArmUte.d. 0. T'. 0raham, C. B. ..,
J. M. Bojrkln L. A. ciark, A. F. Rleht.P
J. B. ClayUn, H. W. Williams, T. R. East,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. I. AJfI-J-UJi-lJ-f Tf-!-J-.t- J.
j jt M . ...
uceua nnea i-or iiecora in Office Of J.
(Furnished by Klncoy Abstract Co.)
Deeds Iltcd Jan. 19, 1910
M. t. Hall and t Ifo to W. S
Qoorgc, two tracts of land of T. II
1'rcczo Bunoy; $112 50.
J S. Mason to Torn llntclirf, l acre
ot Hid L. 1) Outlaw survey, flB.
W L Leathern ood nud wife to J.
D I.ontherwood, 3 acres ot Thomas
Hunt survey; J250.
W II, Marshall to J. D leather
wood, strip off lot No. 11 In Terrell
ddltlon to town of Merit, (8 00.
M T. Mcllrlilo and wlto to J. J.
Hainhrlck, of nn acru In town of
i-ouo Onk; $500
J. T Ashworth nnd wife to J. A.
Handle, 2.02 ncrcs of J. 1. Ward sir
F. W. Ilagan and wlfo to It 12
Webstor, Jr., lots 2 nnd 4 in block
No C College Hill addition to Clrocn
J. W. Cobb nnd wlfo to H r. lui-
laslor, 01 ncrcs of Usram Tldoll sur
vey; $2G48 20.
Deeds filed Jan 20, 1910:
J. 1 Shook to II T. Wilkinson, 34
acres of tho John W.irren survoj;
Dive Ablowlch nnd wlfo to L. V
Ilullaud, lot In City of Commcrco In
Janus A Uurnelt survcj; $1200
L W. Kutlaud nnd wife to John
O'Js'cil, lot in City ot Commerce, In
Jntnes A llurnctt survey; $1100,
J. 'I. Patterson and ttlfo to J. A.
Maddox, lOJ'A acres of GeorRO Pat
tcrson nnd Hoses L. Short survejs;
1'. 11 PenulnEton and wlto to J. W
rarrell, tract of land In John Hart
C N Draper and -ivlfe to H. M
Silchcr, lot In Cltj ot Commerce In
James A llurnctt suivey, $225
! THE FRIDAY CLUBS, A
Tho Ilovlow club hold a pleasant
meeting with Mrs Klrtlcy jostcrdav
nftrrnoou only one mombcr boliiR
nbscnt. Itoll call wns Items of In
terest on tho Women of Mexico Tho
Conquest of Moxlco by Cortex was
tho subject of tho lesson Mrs. Do
lancy read an Interesting paper on
"Anclont Pottery." The club voted to 0
WlS OSf&ii? KJtUO
fako Kngllsli Lltcraturo for their
next sears courso of studv. Miss
llnlllo Kirtloy sung beautifully "Hos
es Remind Jlo ot Von " Delicious re
freshments vveto served ot ojstcr
salad on lettuce leaf, wafers, pickles,
cake nnd homo mndo candy.
A. supero tram- 2y I
Not just an ordinar) train but ui extra- Jl J
A train that sets tlie pace for other luips to -N
follow "iomethmg in advance of anything l I
Ielse in the Southwest. TA
Tke Katy Limxted Sfti
Jl give the Katy to fast trains daily, with through chair carsand sleepers
II to St I ouis, Kansas Citv and points North nnd Last
II All you ncej rcracrot), r NOWmpUnniaif a trip i on littU worj l Kv '
Tho Pallas Club mot with Mrs 11
O McCain with a largo number pros
cut Roll call wns answered b) facts i J.J
concerning Hlcbnrd, tho Lion Heart-1 0
cd Thu lesson on Ivnuhno nns nblv is!
conducted by Mrs McCn n nnd was'0
especially Interesting ns tho climax ' w
of tho novel was reached Tab'o lnlk,0
wns Out lawry In Knglvnd during 0
tho Twelfth Centurj.
did discussion tho i
sorlnl session wna enjojoil, while thu 0
ill i.UKl uui nullum
urj. After n splen i U
club ndjoutned. A , 0
. . . ' j-t
served tempting refresh
is in a class 1 Itself. It has cstablisltcda
new reionl for comfcrt and convenience in
travel from Texas
To St. Louis and Kansas City
This limited train of unlimited comforts is
brilliantly lighted throughout, and equipped
CliAIP. CARS more attractive and more
comfortable than, inul No "extra fare ' for ati
SLEEPERS that arc iut a little finer than any
rreviouily built biftfer ladies toilet ruoms dental
ivatoriea ehJmjf window icreeni -electric fan-.-clcctn'cberth
lights- observation car.
The Katy Limited, with its
Companion 1 rain, the Katy Flyer
give the Katy two fast trains daily, with through chair cars and sleepers
All you mtei rcracrotx
Scene from "The House of a Thou
sand Candles" at, the King Tonight.
I ouis, Kansas City and points North nnd Last
The House of a Thousand Candles. I
In speaking of "llie iiousq ot a
Thousand Candles," tho Boston Tran
Bcrlpt sajs: "Tho audiences surely
demonstrated that they like tills kind
ot a play, at tho end of the third act
tho plujers were called before tho
scurtaln until ono lost tho count ot re
calls." Tho play was ono of last sen
son's biggest successes In the staid
old Now England city. "The Houso
of a Thousand Candles" will bo tho
offering at the King Saturday evening.
Mrs. llattie Cain of Carrsville
Thinks all the More of Her
Doctor Since He Advised
Her to Take Cardui.
Carrsville, Kv, "My doctor," writes
Mrs. llattie Cain, "who advised mclo
take Cardui, for my troubles, Is a mighty
line doctor, and 1 say Clod bless Cardui
ana Hie pscpie v. ro nwe it.
"Before J took Cardui, I suffered with
female troubles lor sixteen years. I
would have to send lor a doctor every
three month, and oh! how dreadfully 1
ii uinulrl mmn and have convulsions
' -Jnnd it looked like I would die. At last I
i.,i. -ir.tnl nnd oh I what a surnnscl
tincuy icmiiiiuc in u.ireu
tcacheiS? milliners, dreismahj
Those Pies of Boynood.
How dollclous vvero tho pies of boy
hood. No pics now over taste so good.
What's changed? the plesf No, Its sou.
You've lost tho strong, healthy sto
macb, the vigorous 11; or, tho active
kidneys, the regular bone's of bov
hood. Your digestion la poor and jou
blame tho food. What's uecdedf A
complete toning up by Electric Bitters!
ot all organs of digestion Stomach, j
1-lvor, Kidneys, Dowels Try ttiom
They'll restore jour bojhood nppctlto
and appreciation of food and fairly sat
urate jour body with new health,
strength and vigor. COc at all drug
Why sund off to nave your clothct
made when jou can get them uiaan
right horo at homo by Fred Dlcrcltu
lust as cnean ard jou can seo them
while they are bejng mao nnd thern
Is no cliauco ot jour suit being madit
wrong or out of style. Clothes cleau
cd, repaired and pressed. Iho same
prompt attention Js given to ladles
' m .i m
Have jou a weak throat? If to, you
canuot bo too careful You cannot be
gin treatment too early, l'ach cold
makes you more liable to another and
thu last Is olwajs tho harder to cure
Jt jou will tJko Chamberlain's Cough
Hcmedy at tbo outset you will be
aaved much troub'e. Bold by Sic
(maguey Bros, and nl' druggists
Work 2 Hours a Day.
Tho busiest Httls things ever made arc
Dr King's New L'fe Pills Every pill
Is a sugar-coated globule of health,
languor Into energy, brnln fag Into
that changes weakness Into strength
metal poftcrj curing Constipation
Headache, Chills, Dyspepjta, Malaria
2ic at a5 druggists
Hays Always Bough!
HOUSE OF THOUSAND CAMDLES.
A "Mystical" Production at the Kino
Manager oan -of tho King an
nounces ns his olloilng on Saturday
oven ng 'The House ot a Thousand
Caudles," a drama founded upon
Meredith Nicholson's novel of the
sumo name, which has had an ox
tromlj long and piosperous lun at
tho Hacketl and Daly's theatres Jn
'lhu play Is peculiar In that to de
btrlbo It ono has to coin a namo
for a new (ypo of drama "Mistical"
is probably tho adjective that fits It
There Is one Inviolable rulo In wit
noss'ng a drama such as this ono
must resolutely refrain from think
ing When onco this condition Is
compiled with, tho p'ay becomes ah
sorblngly Intilrostlng And how
many law-abiding cltlzons thcro are
In this pirtlculnr direction. Tho play
contains nothing that is not Included
in tho book, nnd when that appeared
nbout threo ears ago, It was voiac
lously dovourod by an intelligent
reading public throughout tbo land
Tor an unusually long tlmo It has
maintained Jts position among tho
six best sel'ors; In fact, l(S publish
ots -claim that tho sa'o was noarly
doub'ed tho previous "best seller,"
"When Kulghthoid was in Tlower."
As a play It has mot with wonder
ful outers, not only during tho long
New York and Chicago runs, but In
all tho largo cities of tho Kast, where
It appealed for from two to four on
Gagements it has to an eminent
degreo tho essontlal cIon.uuts of a
popular succ bb, oxcltonient, humor
and a dollghtful love storj
Wo offer One Hundred DoIIari. Ho
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure
f. 3. CIinNNY . CO . Toledo. O.
We, tho undersigned, have known
P. J, Cheney for tho laf 15 years, and
believe hlui perfectly iionorable In all
uusinees transactions and linanc n v
able to carry out any obligations made
uy nis iirm. warning, Klnnan a Mar
viii, wnoiesaio DruglstB, Toleuo, O
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon tho b'ood
pia nuicuous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. I'rlca 75c per
oottlo Sold uy all Druggists,
Take Hall's Katnlly I'JUs for Consti
pation, Napoleon' Grit
win of the uncounuerable. nsver say-
die k'nd, tho kind that ou nud mo.t
when jou have a bad cold, cough or
lung disease Siiijj.o.e troches, coagp
sjrups, cod liver oil or doctors bsvn
failed, don't lose heart or hope Take
Dr King's Now Discovery. Satisfac
tion Is guaranteed when used for any
throat or lung trouble It has saved
thousands ot hopeless sufferers. It
masters stubborn coMa, obstlnato
coughs, hemorrhages, la grippe, croup,
asthma, bay ever and whooping cough
anu is tne most sate ana certain rem
ody for alt bronchial affections. COc
$100, Trial bottlo free at all drug
Tho Standard club met vlth Mrs.
Hallo llojkln lloll call wns nnawor-i
cd with sclentlllc observations 'lhc 5
lesson wns on what Undo Sam. Is do-i fe
ng In lond making nud was conduct- V
cd by Mrs Sherrlll. 'Iho Magazine :
lesson vvni on the Pnnnim Cinnl nuu ;
tho dam across the Mississippi river ;
at tho foot of the Des Moluui river W
nud vvfls conducted by Mrs V A V
King Tnblo talk was conducted bj W
lr .Inn Smith nn llw now fiirrlpul. -.r
turo. 'I lie hostess then served a du- '
llclous salad com bo. i"i
THE DEAU NOTS.
Were Pleasantly Entertained by Miss 0
Allcen Carpenter. 0
Miss Allcen Carpenter entertained W
tho Beau Not club jcsterd.iv at hor 'V-
nlensnut limmi nn North Slntntunll V.'f
Tho gnn.c of tho occasion was tho
lively one of Bunco nud It caused
lota ot fun. After . merrj sorles of
games tho prl?o wns awarded to
M .. Amiettu H-irrlson who lecelved
a box of Jluo statloncrj.
DalnLj refreshments weio served of
salmon salad w th majoninlsc, pick
Icb, wnfeis, hot coffee with whipped
cream and mints. .Miss Allcen proved
he solf a plc.isint hostels ns all pies
ALL MUST CET EXEMPTIONS.
A Matter of Vital Importance to All
A matter of utmost Importance to
al joung men who have, or will be
con.i 21 years old before, any oloc-
tlou tho presnt jear, 13 a recent do
clslon of tho court of civil appeals
It has heretofore been generally un
derstood that Ihoso urrlving at tho
ago ot 21 after Jan. 1, 190D, could
vote without an exemption cortltleato
excupt In cities of 10,000 oi over. But
In the case of Savngo vs Umphrles,
US S. W., S93, It Is hold that this
provision of tho election law applies
general!). So that If a young man
Ins become of ugo since Jan. 1, 1909,
ho "must, before rob. 1, 1910, go to
tho tax collector In person nnd pro
euro an exemption jcortlntaito," as
provided by section 2a of tho Terrell
election law. This applies to all such
joung mem, whether residents of clti
town or country.
I have been selling Hall's TexaB
Wonder for thu curo of Kidney, blad
der and rheumatic troubles since he
first put It on the market and I rec
commend It as tho best kldnoy modi
clno I bavo over sold. deo'a Drug
Foley's Kldnoy Itomcdy will euro
any caso of kidney or bladder troub'o
that Is not bojond the reach of mod-
icine. it invigorates tbo entire ays
tbui and strengthens tho kidneys bo
they ellmlnato the Impurities from
tho blood, Backacbe, rheumatism,
kldnoy and bladder troubles nre all
cured by this great medlelno. Com-
nonce taking nt onco and avoid
Ilrlght'B Disease and Diabetes. Sold
by Ueo'n Drug Store,
The busiest nnd mightiest little
' 00&0 O0OQ C00"rS0"O00i f fft &$&&
A Veritable Fair of Peerless White Beauty.
THIS ANNUAL WHITE EVENT, WITH ITS BHOAD VARIETIES, SELECT QUALITIES AND FINE ECONOMIES, OFFERS CON.
QLUSIVE EVIDENCE OF OUR GREATER DUYINQ ABILITY AND CL08E TOUCH WITH THE WORLD'S BEST SOURCES OF SUP
PLY. , ( ,j ,,
COMPRISING AS IT DOCS THE MOBT COMPLETE SELECTION OF ALL THE NEW WHITE FADRICO FOR GARMENT MAK
ING AND HOME USE, AND A SNOWY HOST OF NEW UNDERGARMENT8 IT IS PICTURESQUELY INVITING TO ALL ADMIR
ERS OF DAINTINESS, NEWNESS AND WORTH, , , ,
IN BREADTH OF ASSORTMENTS IT IS IN QUICK SYMPATHY WITH EVERY TA8TE AND NEED, AND ITS UNUSUAL ECONO-'
MIES WILL STRONGLY APPEAL TO THE 8EN8E Or THRIFT. WE ESPECIALLY FEATURE THE
Beaytiful New Undermuslins.
THE SNOWY BEAUTY OF THESE GARMENTS OF FINE NAINSOOK, CAMBRIC AND MUBLIN FINISHED WITH DAINTY
AND SERVICEABLE LACES AND EMBROIDERIES WILL INSTANTLY WIN EVERY WOMAN'S ADMIRATION BECAUSE OF
THEIR CORRECT FITTING QUALITIES AND EXCELLENT WORKMANSHIP. THE EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES-INVARIABLY
LOWER THAN RULE ELSEWHERE WILL DC A 8URPRISE TO EVERY WOMAN WHO KNOWS VALUE8.
THE VARIETY IS IMMENSE EMBRACING HUNDREDS OF THE WHITEST, FINE8T, AND DAINTIEST GARMENTS FROM
THE WORLD'S BEST MAKERS.
THIS GREAT JANUARY EVENT WILL WIN FOR US MANY NCW FRIENDS BECAUSE EVERY WOMAN VILL QUICKLY
RECOGNIZE THE UNUSUAL MONEY-SAVING OPPORTUNITIES IT AFFORDS HER.
BY ALL MEANS GIVE YOURSCLr THE PLEASURE OF ATTENDING AND PROFITING BY THE EVENT.
Thcso splendid bargnlna aro Blmplj offered as a drawing card for our Initial display nnd Bala ot 1910 Muslin Undorwoar. Many of tho
lets will bo closed out wllhln tho uoxt few dnys
You will make n big Bnvlng on ovory
purchnso at this ealo. Children's Muslin
Drawers, cluster tucks and hemstitched
Only enough of those for n tew dajs
selling. Wonjn'a Drnwors mndo of cam
brlc, stjlo with c uster tucks and hem
stitched hem, bought to soil for 23c, for
this sale , . .lj)c
Drawers of Muslin with nicely tuekod
flounce, worth 3 fie, tor this opening s.ilo
Drawers of good muslin or enmhr'c, neat
odgo of embroidery or tucked flounco, also
laco Insertion nnd edge, vnluo C5c nud 7Gc,
Bpcclnt at 5()c
Drawers of good cambric or nainsook, vory
wide and tho medium width laco ur em
broidery tlounco, vnluo to SI 25, spocl-il
Price . ... . .,9So
Gowns of good muslin or high nockt, tucks,
valuo for this opening salo only 450
downs ot muslin or cambric, round, tqunro,
V or high necks, onibroldaiy or tucka,
flounce, vnluo "5c, tor opening sale tho
price In ,jjj0
dunna of cimbrlc, muslin or nainsook,
round, allpovei, V or high nock, short or
long sleeves, noalls trimmed with Inco or
enibiolderj, tucku, valuo Jl 00 and J1.25,
for opening salu priced nt J)S
Other Btjh'B, value $1 73, for this oalo
(louiis ot flue cambric or unlnsook In n
largo aBsortuent ot Btyloi, embroidery or
laco trlminul, hhort or long eleovcs, vnluo
lo $2 50, foi opening s-vlo SI2.10
Corset covers o' good cambric, neatly trim
mod, opeclal foi this oponlng salo only 17c
Coisot covers of good nainsook, full Trouch
cttoct, lacs trlromod, value to 75c, apcclal
Corset covers of best nainsook, dainty trim
ming ot laco, Insertion and odgo, finished
with ribbon, best yaluo at (1.00, special 80
Petticoats ot muslin, tucked, flounce, special
for this Bile 48
PottlcoatB ot good munlln or cambric, trim
med with good flounco ot ombroldory or
wldo tucked flounco, somo stylos havo In
Bottlou nnd odgo ot laco, valuo at 11.00, for
this opening salo priced at., 7Q0
Others mora alaborato, good valuo at 11.25,
special for thin oponlng sa1o......1.00
I'ettlcatts ot good muslin, trimmed In n
grunt variety of laco or embroidery and
tucks, woll madi, well worth doubto tho
price, special for Uila opening salo S3.. 30
rcttlco Un ot best cambric, wldo embroidery
flounco or altornato roWB ot laco Insertion,
valuo to S2 60, Bpoclal for Uila opening sale
Spring Bmportations of Embroideries Are in Stock.
Tho new llmbroldorlcs nro vary beautiful, In fact, oxqulBllo would better apply Tho now designs aro dltforont from all past seasons,
the worl.iiiinship porfect, mate lals sheer and f 'no, our Import order wan plnccd last August when prices woro much lower Flounces,
IMges, Insortlous, Gnlloona nud Alovors, Match Sets, Uaby BoU, lHc.
TLOUNCING WORTH UP TO 7Rc FOR ,15c GOO ynids
of flno NnliiBnok riounclng, 20 Inches wide, liumlsomo now
patterns and lino workmnnshlp, ordered months ago, when
prices wcro avay duwn, worth up to 75c, cholru -IS0
TINE 27-INCH FLOUNCING WORTH UP TO $1.25 TOR GO0
rin i) Swiss riounclng In now, largo, bold doslgns, ten dlfforent
dCBlgna In this lot alouo, values up to 11.2C, wo otfor them for
a few dnjB only ut cholco...., ...GO0
Embroideries Up to 12 1-2c, Choice 6c.
EMBROIDERIES WORTH UP TO 12'ic, CHOICE (Jc This lot ot 1,500 ynrdB la all good doslgns In Cambrlo IWgos, no Inaortlons,
In tho tot aro grades worth a high as 12c, wo otfer jour cholco for, per yard Oc
WHITE SALE Now Inserting nnd dainty Kdglngs, In both
Cambric and SwIbs, souiq In this lot worth nn much ns 15c a
jard, priced at.... .....10c
WHITE SALE Hundreds ot jnrds of dainty Cambria Kdges,
not n piece In Iho lot worth lesu than fie a yard, nt 5c
WHITE SALE Baby Bota of nhoor BwIbs and Nainsook In
serting!) nud threo widths ot Edging, from our 1910 Importa
tions ut, n yard 11
WHITE SALE Cambria In widths from i to G inches tho bej
possible vnluo at 1214c a yard marked 7'
Seo our show lie of now Spring Cottons, Now glngbnmii
111 solid colors and fancy patterns,
Now shipment colored ljuouTlnlsh Suiting, In tho bout
range of nhades wo hnvo over shown, dull flnluli llku the
French linens, irnrkcd only... 10
Now Spring Ginghams, endless variety of patterns and nil
v, puled bolld colors, standard brands will bo found huio at
low prices of 12Vio and J()o
Nlco Whlto Curtain Scrim In ninny pretty figures and doto,
12',4c nnd 15c values, now at JO" nn(1 12V4o
Whltu DroBB Linen, warranted puro linen, was cheap nt
25c, now 17
Kxtra Nlco Smooth Linen, would bo good valuo at 50c,
Best grido full width Unon Sheeting, full 00 Inchos wldo,
specially priced for this salo nt 87
72x00 Inch Shoots, wldo hems, worth a third rooro than
our price, now '18B
7Cx90 heavy best quality Soamlosa Shoots, wide horns.
extra values at 75c, now .07
Best 3-1 Blench Shewing, will coat you 16 per cent woro
Inter, our prlcos now ....-22
10 1 lllcuch Sheeting 25
Very beat yard wldo Bleaching, easily worth 13We our
prlco for this salo , .........10
Good cambric worth now 12t!c, for a fnw days only wo
prlco It at 10
Nlco flno Long Cloth, cbamolao finish, nothing hotter for
flno undorwoar, specially priced tor this salo 10 yard bolt
Special Prices on Skirts.
Wo have loft about ten uklrta In grays, In tho lato shades
from silver gray to London Birolio, also In tho now weaves,
Ottoman nups and fancj sorgos made In tho lato styles with
pleats and tbo deep yoko effects, trimmed In buttons, former
prices $8 CO to f 12 CO, specially priced for a fow days for
only 94.O0 to 8.00
8KIRT8 AT 5 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
A protty lino blue, also black Skirts in fancy weaves and
serges, nlso 1'annuia nnd VoIIob, all at.. ....25 PER CENT OFF
THERE WILL BE NO DI8
APPOINTMENTS AT THIS
THIO IS A TIMELY OC
CASION FOR MAKINQ
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They do the work whenuvor you r
.julro their aid, 1 hose tablets changj
woal.nosB Into strength, llntlossnesii
Into energy, gloominess Into lovnim.
noss Their action Is so gentlo ana
don't realize thoy havo taken a purga
tive, Sold by McOauhgey Bros, and
A Frightful Wreck,
of train, automobile sr buggy may
cauBO cuts, bruises, abrasions, sprains
or wounds that demand Bucklen's Ar
nica Salvo eartb'c greatest healer.
Quick relief and prompt cure results.
Tor burns, bolls, cores ot nil kinds.
rczomu, chapped Jiands and lips, sore
eyes or corns, us supremo, surest
pllo euro 25c at all druggists.
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Pneumonia Follows a Cold
but nover follows tho use of Kolev's
Honey and Tar, which Hops tbo
cough, heals the luugs, nud expels
the cold from jour system, Take at
first sign ot a cold and avoid a dan
gerous Illness, Sold by tHo'H Drug
Rh.mh.rla.n'. Court. Remedy novorl WeUy first tla shoo repairing
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.irn..nnn(a llinoi. uhn nan It IOr OUSII- I rffc WUUUiaiv 4... b n.aftw. ut ,,
nato coughs, colds and Irritations ot
tho throat and lungs. It stands un
rivalled as a remedy for all throat and
luug diseases Sold by MtQaughoy
Bros. & all drugglnts,
Excellent pattorns In tnblo waro
the nicest Ilogcrs Silverware Com
pany rnnkos Host quality for tho low
ost price. Dr. M Boskow, Optician.
K stresses, "shop-gins,- iious- , ttgj
sllllllIK inrr mothers, ana leuuic;. irjIt,.:jm. B Van. I
ilsHilsslslsK, Dr, Pierce's Favorite ? I pjiisislsl
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sislssBsssSssW ljBtt iHHslslslslslslssHslslsB
ijt modoruto pris lligxar Sc
win, Noilh Stonowall St
Blggn U Wlntou, tho practical
shounmkors want to please you, North
Claisaoo correctly fitted to the eye,!
lunscuround and mtido while) 7oa
walt Dr. M. Boaow, Optician.
$,000 0$0 iKHi OpOOO OOOO OOOO OOOOOOO 00$6 &OdO 0O0
We do everything from sowing a
r2f . jfS7--4Lr tiutton on up to now shoes to older.
WiGfyttci&Aeiti Blggar & Winton, Shoemakers,
North SLouowall St
Rev. I. W, Williams Testifies
Rev t W. Williams, Huntington,
W Va., writes us as follows; "Thin
la to certify that I used I'oloy's Kid
ney Itcmcdy for nonoua exhaustion
nud kidney trouble and urn free to
say that I'olera Kidney Ili-raedv will
do all that jou claim for tL" Soldi
by ueoa Drug Btoro.
8lmple Remedy for LaGrlnPe.
I.uOrlppo coughs aro dangerous
way trc'iuontiy neveiop jnto p
monia. I'oloy's Honey aud Tar
(ir-l slops the cough, but heals
etivngthins tbo lungs so that noT7
nous results need be feared.
cwiutne Folojr'g lfcney and Tar con.
tsina no narmiui drugs ana Is lu a
jihow package. Bold; by (Je9i Drue
SATURDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 22.
Rowland and Gaskell Offer
DWTG-HT A. 3VOS.AJ3 DST
George Mlddleton's Dramatization of Meredith Nicholson's Novel
urn mum ui a i nuu
AS PRODUCED FOR ONE YEAR AT
DALY'S AND THE HACKETT THEATRES, NEW YORK,
AND GARRICK THEATRE, CHICAGO.
Tlie audience at the Unrrlck liked tlie plaj, and many, many,
utidlenccs will go wild oer It" Amy l.wlle In Chicago Dally
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k, W c;u t Pnigidu or by lVG& TfOT B B:i C.iaeaUClHOiii. -- swopixtPW
iT. fVaultl Oreiua liilm for va IblV
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Elys Cream Balm
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CIVE8 RCLIZP AT ONCC. -I.'
It clcsnwe. ootb-s. Ifnls &nd tiroWts tho ' .''
diMua&l irifintirunu t dtluj from CuUirb .
ud drlt w way a, Cold lu tho Homl nulf klr. ' 'f
JsVmtoreg Iho Hemic of Tiut nod lirntlt, ; it
wy to two CoDteliia no lujurlutw ilrue Q
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