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I Ladies Evening find After- 1
items of interest of Those Who Conie
shetlit lionise!! was :n Delias yes
l'iuf J K. Abney went to Josephine
J M Tisdall Ktarnad from Dallas
WE HAVE RECEIVED BY EXPRE9S A BEAUTIFUL
LINE OF LADIES' EVENING AND AFTERNOON GOWNS
THEY ARE SUCH THAT WILL BOOM THE READY-TO-WEAR
DEPARTMENT IN ANY STORE.
Kvonlng irfn of 1 ght blue crepe de chine, pleated skirt net
oXe, band and gold t-tmminrs, a soft girdle of same materia'
We offer at c- -q
Au Evening Gown or white chiffon over a silk lining? made
with kneo flounce, dress trimmings being of one-'neb tuck-',
r .and neck and short sleeves, priced g 59
Afternoon Goan of Copenhagen silk pongee, fold's o7sa'mB
umrdng on the skirt, lat front hand embroidered with laco
'uK' and cn'fs, our price S! 50
Afternoon Goitn In new rtrawberrr shade of crepe de"chln,
made with new two piece aklrt, narrow lace yoke and ciirfu
hand embroidered medallions forming waist trimmings, ou-
r ice SU" "0
fternoon Oown or cropo de chine. In the new apricot rtade.
rar,do alth the popular band on aklrt. hand orriroldcn and
I'erlan band forming Ibc dresa trimmings A good altir
Evening Gown of white chiffon over silk, skirt m.vlV" wit 1
double band-In effect, low Toued neck and abort sieves flnW.
d off lth gold embroidered medallions, a soft sheered girdle
'" Price !33 00
Fining or Afternoon flown or black crepe de chine. Intid 'en,
hrnidor.d at yoke and sleeves sheered bucUe. 0r -aim rr
fld -it tin- flounc s has 1, medium t iln kiv!iik it pn.e w
THE RIGHT LINE AT THE RIGHT PRICES
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r.LWS IN BRIE.F.
Henry Jotton and Uttdle l-edbetter
GREENVILLE'S LEADING CASH STORE V
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If You Take Advatedgo of Our
iw Price on Buggies
Removal Sale Until September 1st
Complete Line From Which to Select
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I Send The Children
On drug store massages to our storo and v.e nlll ghe thorn t!iu
vor beat attention and treat them vWtb as much favor aim
courtesy as we do gronn ups. If tbo goods are not just whit
jou ould hao picked out. wc ask ou to return thorn.
lct this be your drug storo
J last night.
Oeorge Learr returned last sight
Will A Perkins went to Lone Oak
T D Statue was a visitor to Dal
Will Clark returned last night
front St. IauI8.
J W. Castleberry went to 1-ofte
Oak last evening
S S Frater, of Lone Oak, was lu
the city eterday.
A A Skelton went to Sulphur
Springs last night
Mrs Joe Wood Is visiting Mrs. S &
Ounnmnn at Qulnlan
Oil " c Jones was In Celeste
tcaterdn) on bualnesa
Mrs Klchanl Rendel Is home from
n i Ult at Duiant, Okla,
M i ,1 II fiarnor lias letnrned
from a v alt at Atlanta, pa
1) A Wright, of sola, J I Iks, Is vl1
it lug B t) Sory and family.
Hon D F. Vnughan and Wife are
exacted ho'me from Austin Imlaj
C A Skelton and wife, of Dallas,
ire usitlng Mr. and .Mrs A A Skel
N 1 Peak'ltas returned from a
t ii ilny 9 visit to Dnranl and Sulphur,
Mia Mauda Thomas, of I'olut, ar
intd jesterday to enter Ilurlesoii Col
M s W U Deckliam and on J I'.
Ike khnni returned last night, from
Mr and Mrs. V 1 roller, of Hen
lr.uil.hn, arc waiting Mr mid Alia
J o Cain
Judge. T. D MontroBo nas home
i idaj from Paris wtiure ho la
iin ding court
I lu) ton Coulaon has gonu to Itoa-
-! N .Mux, i attend tho military
Misa Carrie I'oitftood is in Dallas
(od.u to attend tlio wedillug of one
01 her friends.
Judge It I. Porter camo liamc list
tt n ng from Sulphur Springs where
li l holding uiirt.
Mr Uarruy was In town yeateidaj
ami left for Dallas this moiiilug, but
ail' be hack Monday.
Mis Walter Halle mid little daugb
tcr May, of Hallyllle, Okla, arc
Ian' lstilng relatlvos.
Miss l-oreno Aline) roturnod )ester
il.n from a to neeka visit with rel
ai - at Sulphur, Okla.
Mib I J. Hubbard, of Couunorc ,
nho has been Uniting her slater, Mr
b II Perkins, returned home ) ester
lira. C A. Stlnebaiigh, ho lirni
boun lsltlne her paronts, Mr. and
Mrs II 11 Jones, returned to Dilla
Dr and Mrs S W IJrowti. of Hous
ton, are visiting Mr and Mra llonr
lamp Harris They are lliu pnronU
of Mrs Harris
Mr and Mrs. P. O. Ilurbrldge ot
U.i I las aie guests of their parents,
Mr and Mrs llurhrldgo, also Mr and
Mrs T J Amos
Miss Mary Tannic Pilce, chief pro
batioii oltlco- of the Juvenile court
of Louis lUe Ky , la the guest of lte
and Mrs V i: 1'oater.
The government thermometer reels.
tered 100 degrees yeiterda).
Qlueck Auf Club.
Miss Hess Wlllams will entertain
the Olneck Aut club and escorts to
hayrWe picnic tonight.
Big Class at Tyler.
Will A Harris, of Point, Is In the
city. Ho haa Just Initiated a class or
235 Woodmen at Tyler, and lias been
tery successful in Woodman classes.
Farm and Factory
Trxa lias 8,791,000 head of cattle,
valued at tl.lO.JOl.oSO It is a remark
able fact that Texas ha the best
(trade of cattle of any state, but for
economtr reasons falls to realise their
value It is possible that the Tetaj
farmer may not exceed the Illinois
tanner in grade of cattle but our
ranches how up exceedingly well in
the matter of grade of stock
In Illinois the cattle are worth $24.03
per head and in Texas 5 H 79 per head
Called to Sulphur.
.Mr. and .Mm T. J. Hroer went to
Sulphur, Okla, jesterdny to be with
their m, Kdgnr, who Is serlouslj
Again at MeDrldes.
Misses Lutle Simpson, Uhiljs Oer
man) and Irrcu Datea resumed their
places at Mellrido's sloro yesterda).
wheio they will bo ghd to welcome
To Conduct Meetings.
itova Iiles and Jesse went to (lin
ger laat eenlng and will conduct
meet ngs at Ilngamllle near tint
place. Itev. D II Jesse will begin
mctingB at Golden on Sunday, Sept
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I MONEY SAVED
? IS MONEY MADE. 'X
We are In the Furniture bust
r-!-M-H .H-H-I-M- 'l-W-K' W-I-H- H-H-J-H' M-H-1-V
X ness to make moipj, but
Gone to Grand Saline.
John l KrlcKson, Judge v. W
Grubbs and Pied llurton went to
Grand Saline )esturdny to attend the
meeting of the ,N'orth Gust Texas In.
dustrlal Congress The) will return
Were Entered in the District Clerk's
The following aults wore Hied yes
i torda In the office of thu district
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WWOWWOWWOOOO . I ag B ,' am. N.U ,
VilltllJ. fltlnrnftVB fnf tilnlntlrT
(1 finilflTnAlIf? 80LCS SHOES FOR 75 CENTS M L Colfnon J A Caffiimii. ill-
GEE S DRUG STORE.
SEVERAL SUITS FILED.
AT HAGAN'S OLD STAND, NEXT u"(e a"u Injunction J, P.
DOOR TO AfWIN'S DRUG STORE lttoruo for lllltlir
ON WMT I Ftr .tpcct . ' l' Hefllor M It II
jiur debt. tyL Uowman nttorne) for
With the Monteiumas.
MJas Hatt'o llothel has accepted a
position with thu M)tlc Tribo ot
Moiiteyiinn Shu will assist In iecur
ing the big cl iss initiation after which
she will tako a position in the office
Going to University.
Ho II S Snow was In the city
)ust rday and next Monda) will eae
tor Howard University where he will
take a theological and literary course
5tr Snow Is a gr-iduito of Uurleson
Visiting at Valley View.
Iti. and .Mrs Ppn II Itounda left
jeatea-da) mor. Uc 'ut Valley View to
visit th ir son, I e C. L Bounds
Whllo thoro Itev Mounds will assist
hla son in a protracted meeting The)
will be gono bunt ten da)g
"Comparative Value In Texas and
It cost approximately S5 per head
to ship mule from Texas to the Chi
canii picking houses ind t lie remain
der of the difference in price is ac
counted for b the fact tint Texas
cattle arc taken off the ranches and
pastures and shipped to corn countries
where a fiw bushels of corn ire fed to
them mil SID added to their value If
we had e11011t.il packing house; in lex
as to utilire our supply of live stock
and did our own feeding we would
add $15 per hend to our cattle sas the
Texas Commercial Secretaries' Assooa
Tacking bouses suPirjenl to meet
tlu present needs of lexas would add
$4.1,070,OUO to the alue of our tattle,
wfuili is more than the packing houses
will also sate It for )ou If yol
bus from us or let us figure ,1.
with jou Wo will be glad of a ;?
-hante to "Show" j-ou X
J. W. SINCLAIR
S Stone'vall S' Until phones
iyo 201 946 4 171 'y&6
Added Value to Texas Cattle by Texas
II) bringing tht intking houe to the
firm we .idiust (unuunic ron
ditions and'r(lie iiunasc in aluc of
live tock goes to the produrer without
iurrei'iiig the price of meat to the
consumer, withou- increa-ing the ex
pense of the packer The farm ind
the facloiy bo land in bin I and ilie
prosperit) of either is d pendent upon
llie otlur and no clearer ex inipU .f
tin-, fait tould be presented th m ihi'
of the p uking house and tin imrct-.r
it at once brings I the farmer in the
alue of Ins i ntl
Tall term Greenville Business Unl
vorsltj begitiR Septomber lfltb D 10
TAKE A LOOK IN
and fioo if tin ro Isn't Eomclhlng In
tho paint line von need Wo carry nil
kinds of pilnts, ol's, varnlslio, staln-i
polishes, enamels, etc Tho brushc"
to apply them with, too. Everything
from the smallest camel's hair pencil
to the biggest whitewash brush. IU15
line up to-date Wnll Paper. Qualitv
and rguantlt) the best and most for the
J. C White & Co
WITHIN THREE YEARS THERE WILL DE ONLY
PLAYER PIANOS SOLD. ANY ONE CAN PLAY THESE IN"
6TRUMENTS WITHOUT MUSICAL TRAINING. CALL IN
.AND HEAR ONE.
WE ARE SELLING PIANOS EVERY DAY. OVER FIFTY
BIANOS SOLD SINCE MAY 20. PRICES ARC RIGHT, FROM
?155.00 TO 500.00. EASY TERMS.
P S We have ore bf the best tuners In the Stato. Phone
ub jour orders
JL LD COLLINS
M-M-K- -H-l-M-M- vM-I-H -1H-W M-M-I-I-I- 'M-I-M-
WHITE HOUSE COFFEE
(THE BEST ON EARTH)
'We handle thee two spl ndid binnds of Coffee nnd Tex
and If ever 5011 oiuj usi them jou will hje""no other Tho
II ivo s are very lim Plinne u- an order ivhon your supply is
out and we guarintee 11 will eontlnu"' to use therm
Attended the Airdome.
J. 11 lllucker and wife and .Mr nnd
Mrs J Itllej Oroen camu over ftom
Wolfe Cilj last ovenlng and dined
with Mr and Mrs. V 1" .Vo'man
limy then attended thu Alidono and
returned homo In their automobllo
Suing Fort Worth.
W C. English, of tluenvllle, is su
lug the City ot Fort Worth Tor 'M.
000 for alleged damages, tiom falling
Into an excavaton lu tint cltj caus
cd bj the North Texas 1 taction Co
111. he wan driving on the night of
T-oc 14, laos U Q nvans and Judge
W. P McLean aro attorneys for Mr
Gen. Job Garner Coming.
0 n Job Gainer, ot Tcnuesste,
;; MISS MARTHA L. GIBSON.
. Director and Teacher of Piano
X MISS JESSICA TERRY, Voice.
;!; MISS BERNICE DAVIS, Violin.
'.' MISS WANDA THOMAS, Piano
J. OUTSIDE STUDIOS:
,:. Downtown, over Graham's
.'. North, at l)r Moidows' res!
X South, nt Mr TIppett's rea'-
"West, nt West Stud 0 oppo-
!I slto West School Building
,. Tor hours and terms nddres?
Or Phone 309, Home Co
v MILUS L. MOODY, M. D.
c. Ui. 1 pC?ctlce Limited to
111 tle proaotutlon of the Cooperi
fur killing of Senator Caruuick, thatjjj!
am acted tho attention of the whole j
yvvx0' :::;::: ' -uke Her
V t winds el nl Suit foi
I OF NEW FALL
nl vs Dock Ed
for partition i:v-
11s ,vt C'aieiiter, nUuriiojg for plain
Ji Wllllntua v A. It. Walkor,
uc in aud foreclosuio Iaiono) 4.
I'luik, attoruejs Tor plnintilT.
S II Ne'ley vh Hffle Nolle), dl
voice c i: Mead, attorney fo
plaint I If,
THE TENNIS TOURNAMENT,
Each day we are receiv
ing new fall goods in the
newest and latest styles.
They are here for your :uoif
cereful inspection, call
from you will be appreciated,
of the Games That Were
The tennis tournament continued
yesterda) with tho following results
Dliuwore dcWed II Harrlsou,8 C,
Haeggstronj defeated Camerou, Uu,
Hluikinan defeated i;d .Moody, 00
Stuait and McHride defeated Hen.
and llailow, 0- 7 5, Ju
Jones and Auhiey tioe defeat
imhlit and Wuriou, 0.', 7 5
tiullou and was called one o ftho
most offectivo speches over made In
a court Ho expects to retrain but
one day. but some of the attorneys
tioro. will tr) to keep htm longer
The Linht plant.
The west englno at the now pi tilt
waB sLirted jestciday evening and
the stteet arc and downtown Incan
descent circuits connected up U
oi) thing ran all right until about U
oclock when tho governor on tho
big engine stuck and caused tho vol
tug- to run up ver) ipilckl) it burn
ud out the switch on tho art circuit
and Hie streets were dark for th.
1 est of the night Tho east engine
mis slutted at once and the buslnesi
With R. N. White.
Shelley Hints of rarmernvllle. is
now with tin II N Whlto clothing
.I ilillRliiiu 111, and will h a valuible
tddltion to tho force
LET THE WAGON STOP AT YOUR DOOR AND GET A
oleyrich's "Holsom Loaf"
NOBODY HANDLES IT BETWEEN THE BAKERY
AND YOUR KITCHEN.
Phone Weyrich's Steam Bakery
WONDERrUL OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE
SILVER WEAR FREE
To introduce our new and attractive lino of Superior Quat
lt) Table SJHerwear, we inal.o this exceptional offer for a limit
With every purchase In this line, we will GIVE AWAY AB
SOLUTELY FREE anw other article of silver of equal value
dollar for dollar.
un a s-y
FURNITURE, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER
IF YOU WANT TO RISE EARLY DON'T SPEND YOUR
MONfcY FOR AN ALARM CLOCK BUT DRINK
IT CLEANS YOUR SYSTEM
IT CLEANS YOUR SYSTEM
Are ci 1 tain!) the cou t of last resort
when it .oiii(b to dispensing jour re-fcoiiu-r-,
Irft us make uu honest ap
peal foi a lespntifui xnj fair trial or
""' """ nt an- utisiiiiiielj surn.
mat wo can sell vou high diss Fur
n'sh ngs eluiim ihin )ou tan btij
them clronhon and onl) seel, the
opportunity to pioie 1 c ish or
ED. M. JONES
F, 1 MIKE
Phone Bag'ey & Son or your druggist.
Delivered anywhere in the city,
WILL OPEN HER
SEPTEMBER THE FIRST.
Ileginn rs a Specialty Knrr.il
early and compete for honors Your
patronage respuufully solicited.
TMHTirrBMjTninT TntwanrTrif rri IH9BE
YOURS TO PLEASE
R. N. WHITE
Corner Lee and St, John Streets
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF THE CtLEBRATED CONNERS- ?
VILLE BUGGIES PRICES ARE CORRECT. ?
WE ALSO HAVE TWO OR THREE 'k
TO CLOSk OUT AT COST. THIS IS THE LAST OPPOR. $
TUNITY TO RECEIVE ONE AT THIS PRICE. X
Armisftead & Ende
eoo oo ooo o&o9 w$& ooa oa
. .4... A dora falls to cure. Write for local teg-
Department Burleson Collcn-
noa vnuBou niiiicmiii'es tuo tngugt
V,1"1"! 'or the voce deparluitut ot ih-
llurlesou college Bchool of Mult, 01
Vllhs Jessica ii I'eil), of l,oodon.
Mitli Miss I'err) la a giaduate In
ulce culture of Powhatan College,
Va , and a sp cial puiiii of Baimtel
Slade of Detroit, illth, and of Sin
Klliubeth latiiglej How land, of liox
toil, aud lb a teacher uf oxpurleiic-,
and highly reeouwneuded 1,1 uddl
llou to thu studios at the. College,
ouuldo Klndloi I be maiiitalueil in,
follows lyoHtituwn over Oraham'
nortfi at l Meadows realdeiue'
SOUth Ut Ml Tlimoli a ... -I... ......
, ""- i;'uiw..
' wont nt the .l studio opposite the
& school bulldluB'. '
r If the Hunt Cnllnl.. C l.
V 1in01?, tlu mor!"' of """ Texas Won J
.. der they would never suffer iim m,i V
?f' lUi?vr "f Hhoumatie (rouble
Jl 00 bottle a CO day trcatmom ki
ROBERT HALL RUSSELL
PRESENT THEIR FEATURE PLAY
The Play Made Famous by Mrs. Leslie
Carter. This Is Miss Buchanan's Master
Golden Gate Teas aro abao
lutely pure they aro made up
Without a trace of mineral coat
ln o- artificial coloring in any
foi in and are te!etod exclu
sive!) for their lluuuriiui ipnl
lly, the repr-.-s ui tho rhulceat
se'tctions from the best" tea
producing countrle on the
Elobo, they are packed In dujt
P'oof, aroiua tight packaarea,
which insures cleanliness and
pnrity. Golden Gato Tea Is
the best tiy It
Noble & Kimlirougli
ALL KINDS or FHE8H MEATS
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF
South Wesley Street
Meat Market !
A DINNER SET
Cf tho very best grado china can bo liought at our storo piece
by pleco aB wo carry all this litindForao ware In open stock, It
Is not necessary now to buy u complete sot, as In former yoata,
thereby compelling jou to got pieces that jou may nlready bavo
or ones that you do not need. Hut jou can como boro and
uclto )our selection of odd pieces, and at tbo same tlmo aavo
'Ibo lines no carry aro of tho best, tbo Unvllaud, they como
in the richly decorated sets; tho plain while and tbo more doll
cnto Btjle como with only a plain gold band as trimming. It
H a plcisire to us hao such Borvlcablo Chlnawaro to offer our
riisturcois nnd once jou have seen this lino you will be delighted
with It. Wo can match most any sot ot dishes from this large
IP In seU from 25 to 100 pieces, at from. ...,10s to 1.00 per set
ALL HDWE. & IMP. GO,
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Daily Herald 50c Per Month
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