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REAL E3TATE fRANSFERS.
t MUSICAL RECITAL.
H -Jff uo iou feel His Way?
fiMBwTWY lite. nd l.v .II"',' .Uo ou lle Ppor P'
PlB.Tl I &1 Mtionto "forEI iT?''. lW'tonwehlo'oP Ifes anv
fell i II mil.ieUnu,Jkl,,lhe """U, Mt ,l? " " u
fe:;if;LX4i o5 will, n? iw ? W mi,,crT' You "n d "
& rTt m.L ,. . 2k5" .'. fioldcn Medical Discovery will
E "J tt
to work. It w,n,Yi ,i ',. ",." 7'" "' our lazyliter
i Vour B.iit, r.li 1. f. "& In our "lomncli, and
1 ft there Unit EnH, ? b"k' . " "' tioUr boo J.
It ill keep ft te'52.." .,W,i, pn.mnp,lo,
euro in -JS per cent. o 1 c3.c. fit.. 'e Iun'i, " ,ul1 brin! Rbnut
of lIulTalo, N. Y wllosc 0"r r, , '' rem.edyPrepar J hy Dr. It. V. I'icrce,
Crot .ucci !,' mo from W, w"" ,0 "" ,,h.0 "'' " M- ii
Don't ho wheedled hJ.JJLd ,Vp"nc "d "ried practice.
lutci for Or. Pierce', medlel...' tl-
Pierce's medicine, ore op in n, .. '"
.edicine, are ,S ZZT "! "' ft1"1" I)r'
ppcr,. Made tZm 0l! ??' .i,'1',","' inrecn fT",1."1
on their mappers
YU. .- -i... . .
..... i iinnK Aoout Your Summer
rs,I,r " r; I'o"or, City Ticket Agent
ot the Cotton Uelt Itonle In our cltv
"'.'"'V? ' 'Just received '
Inrlft ot fares, elc. for Iho Comlnr
St... tnor Tourist Setson. This Is n IU
m. olaboralo publleat'on of some 't" o
1 iimlred i,nKea rontnlnlng grea ly rc
luccd fares lo the Momitnln Lilfu
nth Seaside resets of the 'centra"
n. ,! UaBtcrn States. n3 well to u,u
I'aclflc Qoast, St Loulo. Chleag,
T ek t,an0fn' tW Yr,U ,,Ud 5S
ltciceta will bo on silo conimenchn
enable purchaser to rcf.rn lo Green,
vlllc on or beforo Oct. 31st. 1910
X VIA THE
. OtT SALE DAILY
X To Canada, Mexico, California,
X Pacific Coast points, Southeaat.
J- cm polntc, Boston, New York,
! Washlngtoir, Chicago, St. Louis,
Memphis nnd rcost everywhere. .
j Stopovers everywhere. You do
not have to slgiup at destlua-
A Hon on tln "Old State" tickets
X netuin limit Oct. 31. 1910.
i, Aniurlllo, Galveston, Lanipa-
J; sas, Mineral Wells, San Angeh.
V Corpus Ch.Istl, LareJo, Llamj,
5 Mntagorda, Port Arthur, Put-
X nam and other points,
X 250 W. Lee St. Both Phones.
XM ;'! Cr l&rO&$&&&r
l',?. X ft ffrrfflSWM
il!?ilIfiFtvI'll' ''Lr'!3-Ljtro "Nl$&M$l!tM
S3Sr4irVSfiicr Afflmr I OTJo, ? .lr i
To The Man
$'1.00 AND $5.00 ARE
ORDINARILY PAID TOR
YET KNEELAND SHOES HAVE PROVEN THEIR SUPERIORITY
WHO WILL WEAR NO OTHER MAKE.
Tor womqn who must havo comfortable well appearing, long
want them to cost too much, wo havo tho prettiest, mum entirely
oxfordB marked at most rcasonahlo prlceB.
OTHER GOOD MAKES...,
Pur tho little onos wo have high shoos and low shoes, Hupera and
tandals, all mado of soft, pliable yet sturdy leather all cut In iilcntlfl
CBlly correct lasts-all marked tit prices that represent Important having
In pcnnnmlr-fii nnritula
WC CAN FIT ALL THE
cn oiler con
ne "."!" in.'" !kl"l! i"lerior Mihvtt.
nuca a.ba "' "' "d
Havo ou ever caton any of thoso
dolleJous chocolatu crenirs from I.lnd
loj Johnson'B BopkBloro. If jou-ovor
Irj them .voii'll Always buy tliem.
They aro kept nice, fresh, ami mnl
In aii Iced candj case, thoso delicious
chocolates at Mndley Johnson's
r . " " V
l two catalogues from Tho Irtrgost
jewelry bouses Will older von nnr
thing In the Jowelry lino for less
ZZ? 'J.'!"' 0" lmX0 '" pav '" th5:
lowelry Slores-T. v. rials.
I7-2S, llroi: July
:0. limit Juun 21,
San Antonio, Juno C, limltJuno li,
Annual Outing at Palaclous on tho
J V " ""
,,' Coast, $12 50 for the round trip via
X Tains Mld'nnd Juno 20 nnd 21s
X Good to return July 2nd. Call on
jtie agent aud arrange for a th.ougn
G. F, Norton, Agent
f. B. McKAY. G, P. A.
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V.'to Wants The Best Shoe
We will be saving It to his friends
wears u Kneoland Shoo Is pretty
It Is certainly worth while knowing tiljont a make of Shoo
thst represents comfort, service and styhi nnd with all very modor-
THE PRICES OF KNEELAND SHOl?S
8HOES OF NO SPECIAL MERIT.
2.50. IS.OO ANO Sjy.fiU
1.50 TO $'.2.50
8HOES AT MOST
. -vrar )") BEE THE
"TMT'' oy illKfl ?$ TR0U8EHS
f mAMJ3fjeJ3MLi9yfLmtK we show
'Deeds piled For Record In tho Office
of the County Clerk.
(l-urnls1icd by Klncy Abstract Co)
Deeds filed Juno IG, 1910:
S. If. Miller and ttlfo to U. V
llrown, 211 acres ot 0. W. ScliultE
Geo. V. Ulrchfleld to J. V. "Webb,
ii 17 acres of Edward Day suroj;
A Qoo. W. Ulrchfleld to 3. W. Weob
30 acres of Kdwnrd Day suncj,
I W. J. SSmlford and lfo to J. Mile
l-Bmltli et nl, HO ncren ot Jnc O
Wfitto suroy; $050 00.
HOMC FROM THE WEST. '
Looking for a Locatlon'For His Indus
Judgo Qrubbs lcturncd last night
fiom 'a prosiicctlng lour ot tho west
Ho Isltcil several llo towns Inter
ested In the permanent locatldn of lit-
SelMIelp mid Industrial Collego wblcl
Is to ho moved nwav from Oaniiihcll
Ho n)8 Ihut ho will within the lieu
fuvv davs bo ablo to niinounci' tho
As heretofore slnlcd It Is anuoune
led that Hov. l.ockelt Adair will .c
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Judge" Orubhs Pays that IL Is his
nnnm.a ln mnkn .. .., ...,, ..,.
valo educntlonnl Instllutlnu In Tevna
n It will bo thu only one of Its Mm!
In tho South. .
Mrs Kulo lltirno, wife of J R
Hone died the Stli Inst, and wis bj
lod tho 9th. It wns her rcquebt thai
one ot her own faith should preach
a funeral discourse explaining some
of tho points, of her faith for nlif
Jems previous and up to the time o'
her doath J. A Parker, ot Sherman
Toas, whom Mrs Home mentioned
nn the ono to preach tho discourse, Is
here and tho public, as vvolt ns the
frlonda nnd relatives ot the deceased,
aro cordially Invited to hear him at
W O W. Hill Sunday, the 19th a
3 p. in.
Mr. Clio flee, the popular dispenser,
hag ag.iln assumed chmgo ot the
soda fountain at MeKaiii'H Phnrinary
His prompt, cou.teous treatment and
tho delicious new drinks which he
will dispense will greatly please." the
regular patrons; also win many new
ones to this placo.
Slipper specials for ladles
$1 IS counter Perkins Tiros Co
"White dross skirts 95c, It 19, $1.33
and $1.45 Perkins Bros. Co.
EVERY DAY ON THE
COMMENCING JUNE 18th.
I.eino U ccuvllle 9:45 p. m.
Airlvo St Louis 7:20 p. m
nlv Chicago 7:00 a. m.
. Tor Information,
Tor Slcepor reservation,
SEE OR TELEPHONE .
B. 8 Eilaiiil, P&T.A.
very soon for tho 'man who
likely to sprond tho news of
FOR MEN NO MORE THAN
TO HUNDREDS OF MEN
, i J
wearing nljow and yet do not
satisfactory shoe putcpS aud
J f, A k
COLLEGE TRAINED WOMEN.
Why Should a Young; Lady Go to
Not many jenrs ago, comparatively
speaking, tho mltul ot woman was con
sidered lo bo so far Inferior to that
of man that higher education, In any
form, was not to be thought ot for any
ot womankind. But with tho clova
Hon of woman to her presont high
position ln society, there lias been
a corresponding rise In appreciation
ot woman's faculties nnd abilities At
tho prosent day woman s mind Is on
a par with that of man nnd IS 6d recog
nlrcd In nil of our colleges and mil
vorsltles. Womon aro nillWttpit "to
Yalo University now and tako a course
quite ns high ns any offorcd bj tho
Although this Is a fact, thero are
many peoplo who cling to the prlml
tlvo Idea and who will not recognlzo
tho abilities ot their girls. Thev
think thnt It girls finish Whlgh school
courso thnt that Is entirely sufficient
and all thnt Is nccessnry for nny girls
needs. This Is not saving that high
school training Is not" all right In Its
place, because It Is but It la not suffic
ient for several reasons, Hut It Is
my purpose to glvo somo reasons
vviiy n oung lady or girl should at
tend college. S
Klrst, It Is necessary. In this ago
ot commercialism wo.ron are often
thrown on their own resources '
ory diy thero nro Incidents and neel
dents occurilug which in iko It ncces
sary for women, old and oung, tu
make their own living ln some vviy
Let us see If tho vouug lady with lim
ited tinlnlng has tho chance of the
college tialned woman Consider tho
teaching profession as an Illustration,
as nioro women enter that thau any
other. It Is n well known fact tint
the demand now Is for college trained
teachers and that tills demand grows
each 5 car. Tho day Is passed when
limited training and a certificate are
the only requirements for a desl'ali'e
and first clnss,posltlon It Is 10 In
other professions as well Mental
training Is tho gaugo Vy which I'lillty
Again, If u girl novor expects lo
earn a, livelihood, college training is
desirable bocause ot the position nnd
prcstlgo it gives among her fellow n-on.
Mnny aro thu advantages of tho col
lego trained girl In society. Hei
mlud Is ennobled and expanded and
bliu Is not afraid to meet and con
vorso with thu best In thu laud Mlud
aud heart aro trained.
Then who eun measure thu pleas
urea aud great worth of collego as
sociations? -Many ot us often wish
that wu could bring back thu golden
col'ege da) s, but, It we can't bring
thorn back, wo would not tako worlds
tor the memories thuj bring to uc
friendships are often formed whli'.i
l.ibt us lpng .as life lasts und thebe
fliondships ure always of thu best
and right kind.
Can any parent afford to deay
tholr girls the advantages ot collegu
training. It is woman's to raise thu
standard of society to tho hlgheHl
pinnacle. If more purenls would real'
Izo this thero would bu many mine
gills In collegu now.
Many other leasoun might be given,
yos, uiged, ns tu why a )oung la I)
should attend collegu hut 1 trust
these uio sufficient to cnuso somo
inotheis und fathers to think ami ru
cousldor concerning the girls entrust
ed to their care,
MISS LDNA MOSTKl.LL'lt
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
they cannot reach tho seat ot the dis
ease. Catarrh Is a blood or consti
tutional disease, and ln order to cure
It you inuzit tnko Internal remedies
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tnken Inter
aally, and nctB directly on Uie blood
and mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure Is not a (juaclc medicine.
It was prescribed by ono ot the best
pliyslclnns In this county for years
und Is a regular prescription. It Is
composed of tho best tonics known,
comb nod with tho best blood purl'
flats, acting directly on tho mucous
BurMces. The porfoct combination
of the two IngredlentB Is what pro
duces such wonderful results ln cur
Ing Catarrh. Send tor testimonials
T. J. CHENEY & CO , Props.,
Sold by Druggists, prlca 75c.
Tako Hall's Fnlraly Pills for consti
(let tho Magnetic fish bait, which
insures a good eaten, at li. J. am-
Boykln has tho best lino ot lawn
itowcis In the city, ranging In price
from $!5p to $12 50.
Tho newest novelty barrotte comb!
nation with ribbon attachment. Per
kins Bros Co.
THE FINEST H08IERY EVER SOLO
IN THIS PART OF THE BTATE.
IT WEARS LONGER, LOOKS BET
TER AND HOLDS ITS SHAPE BET
TER THAN ANY H08IERY YOU
WHEN YOU NEED A 8HIRT,'
COLLAR, PAIR OF 8USPENDER3,
HANDKERCHIEF, TIE, PAIR OF
SOCKS OR ANYTHING IN THE
CENTS' FUNI8HING LINE, DROP
IN AND LET U8 6HOW YOU THE
LATEST STYLE AND 8ELL IT TO
YOU AS CHEAP IF NOT CHEAPER
THAN ANYONE EL8E,
l!tlfnn( Lnrl Lnrntohnrn
? YKBol UIU ruilllOIIDIO,
ptHrlruiur a. niiaouni rnuro.
Tho Clan of Mrs. Frank White En
tertained Friend Yesterday.
The past fow wcoks havo been mus
ical as well as merry, ncnrlj ovcry
ovent Jiclng onshrlned In music Tho
schools, clubs nnd music classed nr
closing their season nnd nro Rlvlntr,
out ln Bweet song that la leaving Us
echo behind to lull the past ami lure
tho futuro Yeslcrday nftcrnoon Mra,
Prank White's class In olco closed a
most Interesting and progressive son
sen with a brilliant recital at her
homo on West Onoal streot. Guests
voro, greeted nt tho door by Iho hos
tess, assisted by Mcsdnmes Doykln
nnd Van Aivburgh.
Iininodlatcly after tho arrival of tho
guests, thu following chotco program
wns rendered and producing an utter
uoon of musical pleasure to tho In.gu
(a) Tho Lotus l'lovvcr; (h) ThS
WnndorerH Night Song.. Rubinstein
Tho Childrcns llixne ..Cow on
,Mlsi Mao Bell Pal lie
(a) Ich' Llebo Dleh Clrleg
(b) Trluku Tschalkowskv
Mlss Uertiudo Muude,
Pupil of Miss Porklis.
(a) Purewell to Summur. .......
(b) Spring Song ... .Mnudo V. WhIU
Miss Until Pleemun.
Arln tiuim Roberto 11 Dlnvolo .....
."? Me urbej; r
Mis. I'ndglU lleckham
Miss Cltuu Perkins,
Magnetic Waltz Song Aidltl
AIih. Will Itt'uVes.
llircarollo . ...-'. Offenbach
Alls, lleckham and .Miss rieemnn
Blow, Blow Soft Winds Vliiccu'.
.Mesdnnies lteukhaui undlleeveH,
Misses Payne, Ualllard, .Mu-
Whlrler and rieumnu.
Miss Clnro Perkins nt the I'lauo.
Uach number merited tho delight It
Inspired aud the cmhusl.iHiri It mouh
cd, the sollsts all bolng at their best
It would bo "loves labor lost" to en
deavor to go Into nn nnnljuls of the
merits ot each when nil were so beau
tllullj schooled At thu conclusion ut
thu program Mis. White gnvu u cholco
number much to the dollght ot the
uudldiuo. Miss Perkins ut the pla
no wos as usual superb. Mrs. Whliu'u
lino executive ability and purled tast-v
was noted all thruugh tho program,
which parred oil without liny fuss or
furor but with that poise v illctloi
and method fur which alio Is known
Mrs. While Is n teacher ut ruio abll
Ity and ot whom Orcein lllu In Justly
proud. Sho received an Invltulluu I 'J
day to iTQUio to Oskaloosa, lovvu, lo
teach voice In tho Chautniiuua theiu
this suiLJiier. This class will he large
ly composed ut teachuis from almost
A DELIGHTFUL PARTY.
..Mrs. C. A. Jones Entertained Yes
terday at Forty-two.
A very delightful social affair was!
thu Porty-two party given by Mrs.
C. "A. Jones yuBterdav- Afternoon nt
bur pleasant homo on North Htuuu
wall street In honor of her mother,
Mrs. Scarbrough and Bisters, ot llo.i
ham. Cold fruit punch"was tuned during
thu afternoon, Thu gunw ot thu oe
caslou was Purt)-lvvo, which was eu
thuslustlcally plavod and nt conchi
slou of the games Miss Alta Garden
hire was declared winner of tho prize
and was presented with a pretty sou
veulr spoon. Thu consolation prize,
a ullver call bell was presented lo
Miss Taekctt. ItofreshmcntH were
served ot lco crouut and cako. Mrs.
Jones Is a gracious and charming hus
tens and tho guustu wuro highly do
Out ot town guests besides tho hou-1
oroeo were Miss Alta Qardeuhlre or
Van Alystuo nnd Misses Taekctt ot
BABY DEAD ON TRAIN.
Died on the Night Coach Tram
When tho Shroveport uaanwgur
train arrived hero yesterday morning
Mr. and MrB. Walter It. Vlukors, of
'I'emnlo dlscovorod that their nint
months old1 uaby was' deajl.v Th'
with tbelr llttlo daughter and the.
baby took tho train at Shroveport at
10 o'clock at night nnd an hour lator
tho child wont to Bleep. Mr Vlckera
covered tho child with his coat to
keep from taking cold. At Jofforsor.
tho baby was given somo milk from
a bottle and again went to sloop. Ot ,
arriving liero tho parontB wero shotlc
ed to find tholr loved buby was dead
Justice Mason viewed tho baby nt
7 o'clock and found that tho chill
had died from convulsions or eamc
other natural cause,
Tho body -was propared for burial
and tho parents left with It on the
Limited for their homo In Tomple
U. D. A. MEETING.
Delegate! Elected to the Supremo
Uieonvllle Ixjdgo No. 171 V. II, A
met last night and took In- eighteen
applications, eloven of whhcli Major
Clommons iecured yesterday.
Delegates woro elected lo tho Bu
nreine Lodgo U U A. which -will
moot In I'ort Worth August 10, 11
The delegates are B. Q Evans, T. A
fltnltb, K T, Clemmoiis, J, O. Boyle,
Dr. J. H, French, Fred Terry, D. U
One Condustor Who Wn Cured.
Mr. Wllford Adanm It hU name
aud beXrlte about lt "Some time
no was continue! to my uea wii-j
evhroule rheumatUin. I used two bat
Hn nt Pnluv's Kidney Remedy with
nM ntfect. and tue inira wrnie pui
" -. ditA wiaaif unt -
we ou my reei inn i "V:'
BLCotnarallwaya li vXoDm0eD'Jo'.
?','.? .J?!.1 .'mliKI I bad over
roilD iui --'.. -"-- - .,., .
ned, ana it win oo u "'?"?,,'?
atea of rb-'uBllllra" oleya Kia -
Bey Ite'inedJ, cuf DheumalUn
a-dHSflSSi K, B"
.i-.i,. ,..Au..i. t orlcea Cut
JERU8ALEM LAWN FETE.
Chrlttlan Sinday School entertained
on Mrs. King's LSvVii.
Tho ddfrnlcd side In Hid boat nic
ot the Central Christian 8uniliy school
ontortnlnod tho winner fit one of tho
onsen's most beautiful lawn retcs nt
Mrs. V. A. King's residence hint night
This boat ince starter from den
vllle, Toxns, last Jannnry and pi i
ceedlrlg with n great deal of rlvaln
Jiclvoen tho women's ship and tin
men's ship, to Jerusn'oin where the
imii arrived first (llul vrete vntortnlu
ed In ono of the nnclcnl clt' fnlreRt
gardens. The ladles ns 1iorJosci
woro assisted by Mrs. ltd win Harlow,
Mrs. Will N Harrison, Mrs. L P. Pon
nlnglon, Mrs W T Hilton. Mm. Ill
lllley, Mrs Jim Kills ln sorvlnpj au1
receiving and nil ot the incmbvt o.
tho defeated ship's crow holped t.
make Iho occasion Of hut ov citing
rare entertainment whleh was tnuch
onjoved hv nil tho men of tho Cen
ttnl churrli ns well as inanj ircnilierH
from other churehfs of the cltv
Alter nn oVurtuiu b the oithusti.i
n.ipuiiuieudelil llubeit M. llnrrlsun,
.li a rew hnpiij wurds bndu tho emvvu
"vvulcomo lo the lit) "t Joiiisulln
and girvo them the "tieciloin of tlu
v.ltj." Miss Uuth l'lco.uau not sang
vhu "Ilol Cltv" nceuinpanlud hj xlio
lichostiu. il'ior L. C. tlee told In wit
ly vein Unit the loason thu vvoaon
vvoie beaten wim becmso thoj inoppcu
at thu shuii windows ot Pnils, tint long
.vlis llouglas King delighted thtt aiuii
enio with u violin sulu aftur wlili li
Mrs. lllllon Is u clover mid woll pta
tuiitil talk told of (he long trip At
this point a surprise was lutiodiieed
as it Boxtitte bj Missus rieiiiuui and
Chamberlain, Mrs. 'lolbeil with Mlai
Smith nl the piano, who tuld In son
of thu trip, tho wuids being cninpim
ed bj Miss Nona Clinniburl.ilii tin I
sung to the tuno ot "Put on Your Old
Mr. Hilton tulellv viewed I he In
tended trip toon tu start Tor nil tlu
mission ulntlons ut t lie i lunch
Ihioughout tho vvoild
Aflei mure music thu nautili of
ceremonies stilled Hint refreshment!,
could bo bought at (mi booths on thi
ground with fruo ticKotH pieuculsd b
thu ladles, a Iduo ticket, foi vvuter, a
red ticket ffr lemon ulo and u vv'hlto
ticket for ku iieam The ml, up that
nnsued mound the tlikel vendors soon
bud thu croud In Jollj lufurninl state
Pt enjoyment vvhUh was only leluei-
nnllj terminated .
A LAWN PARTY.
B. 8. Chandler Entertained for
Her Niece, Miss Harlow.
Ono of the prettiest outuitnlmuiMiU
of thu henfon was' a p-arty given lis.,
night by Mrs II S Chandler nl litir
hnndsouiu homo on Nor 111 King slue'.
In honor of her niece, Miss Annie II. u
low, nt which nine couples wmo pi on
'Iho gallery wis lighted with Jap
am.'Hu l.intvi ns nnd tho Itwn h thu
soft light of thu moon '
Fjiilt punch wub served during dm
Inc Uio" evening, various giiiMis wom
)iln)ed jm tl uuiiic nlcu muslu wiih giv
Delicious ico cretin nnd wnfuiH
pleasantly ended u iuobL enjiijalile
occasion Mis. Chandler Is :i ilmrni
A Farewell 8uPpcr.
Last evening Misses Lela nnd I. eta
Zlph gave n mooiillght ride nnd sup
per at tho waterworks to Missus Paul
fno and Mary (lurluy chnporoned by
Mrs. Medlln. The MIbsos Ourloy will
lonvo tomorrow for tholr now homo In
Oregon. Tho rldn and picnic suppe'
wuto very enjojnblo Indeed,'
200 pairs Indies' slippers, stylo va
rloty, 2Vi lo 8, valuoi $2 00. $2 50 und
$3 00, special prlco l$l 18 Pcrl.ltu
Bros. Co. "
Mori's nil II nun hnudkerrhlefa 10c;
ladles nil linen handkerchiefs 10c. or
3 for 25c Pcrltlns Iltos To,
.Tuot received n fresh shlpmont of
IiIrIi grndo choeolit-u direct from tho
Liclory Llnrlloy Johnson's Uookstoro
Br. I), It Wnddlo .specialist, oye
cr.r, noau aud throat. Glasses fitted
Opeta IIouso Block.
Try J on your next watch or
c'ock Job I try to ploaBe. Ivvo
prices T. fP, Flalg.
POJl HUNT My homo for rent M"
Knima Olvoy 128 15. Onenl, old phone
5. 0 88
"OH HALIi 'thai beautiful lot on
South Btunew&ll Ktrtct. Am offering
a.apcclal bargain H It. Ktlor,
WANTi:n TO SKLly A good black
nod farm; a good sandy land faim
i fow choice city lots. I. W.' Har
Foil HALK.My fino rosldcneei lot on
Park Ave., wmcrio sidewalk, shady
trues, and nicely grodod. Will soli at
a Lnriialn on asy lorms A, It.
KOft HUNT fhreo room for light
Jrtusekeoplng. All modern convinlen-
IMS'. Can spare four rooms If necea
fry. Apply second houeo south ol
QJirlstlan church. C-15H
tfANTED An oxiicrienuvu uuv
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tkoper; ono that can pan iu iw,
9 tha pig. Uol the eblcbrm.
I tie obonot, dam tho aqeks, P
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y pjmw, w" mi.v .- ?
l piiyo Btor0 healed with llio
by . . awayB found at
-OWrollable wood yard." A. I app'l
Icalkma etven prompt BtttntlOD. A
'ilfrtlme lob to the right one. Oil
c1"' W W ySU IvV,
It is a long way from the city to the
farmhouse Yet a Bell telephone elimi
nates the distance.
It keep4 nil members ot (ho family united and puts the
city dweller ln ltrmcdlnlo eoninrimlentlon wlh relatives In
Tho Hell telephone unites thousands ot cities, towns, and
vHlnrtoH to Hint jour telephone Is tho center ot tho system.
Tho City Council ol Uicunvllle rue
eutlv adopted a uuw code ut building
laws fuinlshed b) thu l'lio Haling
Board of Austin Toxua by which said
CUj ot (lieeiivillu Is untitled tu (O)
six cunts discount on thu ku) ratu ot
Insurance In accordance with this
nuw codu at. person puisoiiB Intend
lng lo build or UMko liuprovuuiuutu
shall inul.u uppllcutluii tu thu City
Clerk who will furnish blank appli
cation form describing uutiiio of
building und location tu bu tilled uut
hy tho Bald pel sun or persons ur by
their ropiesentatlvu Intending lo build
Complete drawings aud upeclflca
I lima ot the Intended building or Im
piuvuniuutt) must bo filed at thu city
olflccu fur examination by thu build
ing luspectur hefuru a penult can bo
Tho cost ut building permit will bu
regulated by the estimated cost or
cuntritct prlco ot U.a building or Im
provements, proportionately (to 100)
lirty cents for uvery ($500 00) live hun
dred dollars of tho cost ot building or
Impiuvturcnts. No penults will bu
rcrpilrud for building fences und out.
Iioiiiioh whuio luiiiruv orients do not
exceed $.150 00.
Applications uhuuld bo hied ln tlmo
to allow tho building Inspector to ox
iimlno plnni uud Ibuo permits ber'iru
building opornthini ale bugnu and
thus avoid delay
W. 11 HAGSDAI.H,
Your watch icpnlred fur toss mouoy
thin, the big Kl'iru .villi 1)1 x oxponoo.
T. P. I'lalg
J. L. Collins uffora von moro for
jour dollar than iii.youo and gives a
HADJIEAP TO DO
Mrs. Shepherd Was in Bad Shape
When She Could Not Stand on
Durhnin, N. C "I ftm a farmer's
wile," vvrilea Mrs. J. M. biicniieru,
this city, "and have n heap to uo."
'Tour months ago I tould not stand
on my lect, to do anyllilni! much, but at
this time I do the most of my work. I
look Cirdtil and It did me mote (jood
than .111 the doctors.
' Ynu don'l know halt how i inanK ypu
fortlicCardul Home Trtalmcnl. I Willi
tint nil women who sutler from womanly
Umiulo would Ire'.itllicinsclvesaa I have."
Ladies can easily treat themselves at
home, with Cardul, lite woman's Jon c.
It Is taiy to hike, and so gentle In its
action, that It cannot tlo anything but
Ilclnu composed exclusively ol vege
(able liiercdienls, Cardul cannot lay up
trouble in oiir system, aiinlnir.il elmg
ollcn do. lis Int-ftditiils havinu no
Inrsh, mwllclinl cllccls, and bdnu noii
polsonous awl pcifcclly harmless, C.trdul
Is alwolulclv sale lor yoiuu' and old.
Ask your druggist. Hu will tell you lo
II U -UW o' Ldl' Advlwrr Dtp . Chaltaj
Tn.fnWinn. nidu MHO Lh,. k llwnc Trrtmii(
lor Wemtn." not ln puui uppcr. ua iwueii.
1 4i"rr-'rr4r -:;"'''"
LIVLL) IN GREENVILLE
lie would mirely keeji the NEW PIIONB; Tho QUICK
SnilVlCi:, b-lli LOOAL and LONO DISTANOK, would
enulle linn to C'ATCJI UP KOtt ALL LOST TISLB during
his twenty yearn slcoj. You have daily proflt in keeping
a phono To wait Li to lose. Order now and be ready
for gicimwH, business, plepsuro, ihopplug, eba.
HOifE TELEPHONE CO.
Will sell 3-pound cans -Wapco"
Tomatoes this week for $1 20 the
Both Phones No. 28.
Telerajili & Telephone Go
The Freshnosi of Flavor.
Tho porfectly blendrtd Havers of
Mnplo croaia soda makos It one of
tho popular drinks ot tho season, at
TIME IS THE TEST.
Tho Testimony or Greenville People
Standi the TesL
Tho test of tlmo Is what tolls tho
tale. Tho public soon finds out when
misrepresentations aro made, and
merit alouo will stand tho teat ot
liroenvlllo peoplo oppreclale morlt,
nnd many , months ngo local citizens
publicly endorsed Dean's Kidney
Pills; they do so still. Would a citi
zen make tho statoment which fol
lows uulcss convinced that tho aitt
clo was just as represented? A euro
that lasts Is the. kind that oyory suf
ferer from kidney Ills Is looking for.
J. S. Henry, South Hill, Greenville,
lexns, saye: "I havo had no occa
sion to ubo Uoan's Kidney Pills .r
any other ktdn y remedy ainco 1903.
At that tlmo I gave a public state
ment, recommending Doan's Kidney
Pllla and tolling how they had cured
mo of a sevoro attack ot hldnoy com
plaint. As tho rosult ot this trouble,
my back ached so severely at times
that I could scarcely get around. My
kidneys wore ulso dlsordorod and thu
pnsaago of tho kldnoy secretions worn
Irregular. Learning of Doan's Kidney
Pills, I procured a supply frop Fold
& Pennington's Drug Storo and they
cured mo promptly. I coosldor Doan'j
Kldnoy Pills the host remedy for kld
noy complaint to bo had."
Tor sale by all doaleru. Prlco CO
cents. FostiJr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, solo agents for tho United
llomomber the namo Doan's aud
tako no other
Llndley Joh son's
HUYLER'3 AND KINO'S
Tho followlne high grade Y
chocolates md novelty can-
dies can bo found cool, fresh .
aud nlco, Maple Flowing Y
Croams, Flowing Croams with y.
Hlaelc Walnut contor, Cream -
Almonds, Cbocolato .'.
iloaatod Almonds, Fuffy RuffIB V
V Flowing Crcnm, Vanilla Flow. 5
j; lng Creams, Pineapple Flowing a
. Creams, Chocolate Dipped Car- 4
X nmols, Chocolato Dipped Marsh Y
K innltnwd T Art'rt T,irf HllffllP Jm
! Btlck. Ilamborry and Btraw- f.
fy berry Halls, Hutterbislls, Butter
X Scotch, Peanut Butter Kisses,
Old Hickory Nut Bars, Thesa
Candles 'nro nil puro and whole-
s. Home, ire'i jiuiu iucqu ujiu
4 LINDLEY JOHNBON'8 BOOK
MtuiiHW --1-"-- fc,,- .--- t-
pbon Zttj new phone 48.
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WEST LEE STREET.