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::sr:: :.:;:.. ii election mis
In Woodman Hall.
Last night both tho Woodman Cir
cles, No. 2 mid No, 111, met loECthcr
In Woodman ball togothor with mem
bers ot the Camp, Tho occasion ot
the meeting was to hear an addies
by Mrs Manchester, Supremo fiuar
dlan ot Woodman Circle of tho Unlt
ed States, and Mrs. Thomas, Nation
al organlror of Woodman Clrcie.
Hon. & A. Lcddy Introduced Mm.
Manchester In a lirlet bpeecn, and
then that lady spoke In a moat lulor
o'stlng manner of tho Woodman Gli
des mid their benefit to tho ordoi ot
Mrs. Thomns followed lu a sliuil
but Interesting talk.
Music wns furnished by an oiclhs
trn and tho whole occasion was very
RCAL E3TATE TRANSFERS.
COUNT WAS COMPLETED QY COM'
The Amendment Was Carried
Large Majority ol the
The Demon of the Air
Is tho go m ot LaGrlppe, that, breath
ed In, brings sutferlhg to thousand?.
Its nftci otfects nro weakness, nerv
ousness, ack of appetite, energy and
ambition, with disordered liver and
kidneys. Tlia greatest need then Is
FIcctrIc Bitters, tho splendid tonic,
'ood purlflor and regulator ot Stom
"h, Liver and Kidneys. Thousands
tavo proved that they wonderfully
trengthen the nerves, build up tho
f'Etom and rcstoro health and good
plrlta after an attack of Grip. It suf
jrlng, try them. Only EOc. Perfect
attraction guaranteed by all drug-
Cuttlery and Guns.
Itare bargains In cuttlery and guns,
(saved from 'the recent fire. Hale b3-
tgins this morning by J, M, Geo on
? South Stonewall street.
Misses a Week.
Wo were too busy la&t week to
Iwrlto anything for tho paper. We have
Jbargaln salo on everything. B. S.
IChandler, tho furniture man, north-
9nnRr. rntnpp cnimrp. flrnpnvlllp. Tpxns.
Somc Home Products.
DM Ask your c ocer for Dixie Cooklns
Oll or Elk or 131 Toro Lard Compound,
om pioducts mado by tho Texas
..tenning Co. Equal to the Post.
j I do house wiring prompt. Rimer
'XTurner, U'ectrlclan, 211 Leo Streot.
m . ..
you will need a now motor lor mo
hv plant. See Duck for prices.
Card of Thanks. I
Wo most earnestly thank our dear
friends and neighbors for their beau-'
Hfnl tlnr.il ntfurlnus. tlinlr micnv klntl'
acts and words or stmpathy, expres- Spot Cotton,
blvo ot the loss of our dear husbard,
and beloved father, M. L. Smith. Wo
Shall over rouiember the heartfelt nd
vico and sympathy of ltcv. Pugs'ey,
and tho kindness of J. 11, Whatlcy,
tho School Boaid, tho Superintendent poiut up.
and Teachers. Faithfully,
M.1S, M, L. Smith,
Ulble, Ithea and J. L.
Deeds Filed for Record In the Office
of the County Clerk,
(rurulshed by Klucey Abstract Co.)
Deeds filed Nov. 1G, 1910:
Mis. .1. U. Iluey to 1). C. Ivle, SO
acres ot Sluilby County School Land
of AluMinder Smith survey: ?"W
W. L. Sco.l and wire to 13man
Krclbu'reer, s tracts or Alevitutoi
Smith sunej; J700.00.
M. H. Turucl to M. 13. Montgomery,
lot U'ln block No. 23 Wolfe City;
M. 13. Montgoiuoiy and wife 'u F.
M. Hay. lot 11 in block No. I'll Wolle
City; ?L-5 00.
T. 13, Wl ey to It. r. Urandn.i auu
wire, 20 acres ot Wm. ltlce si:ive
$1.00 and exchange of proudly
I). O. Stiles and wlfo to Waller
Smith. Ml.G acics ot Joso Santos
and 13. Turner smvejs; ?!i"G0.00.
K. II. King uud wife to J. M, O d,
lot 11 in block No. 2J Wolfo City
W. i McCarty and wlfo to T. V
lleilioll, lot In Ureunvllle on Stuart
Middling Basis, Sales. I stieet; ?750.0U.
Liverpool, easier; middling 7.8'.d; I w. C. lioicomii to a. i . uicmer, c
sales 8,000 bales; American 7,r.0 , In lireouvllle on Park streot; $10.00.
bales; rccoipts Jl.000 bales -of w'llch1 T. K. Fowler and wlfo to H. 13.
21,000 bales wero American. Williams, 10 ncres of Joseph Glasi
New York quiet; middling H.G0, & survey; 3000.00.
Tho county commissioners complet
ed tno cojnt of tho votes of tho tec
ent general election. John u Eng
lish acting cleik of the court, gives
he loilowlng results;
Governor O. 11, Colquitt, dm.,
2110; J. O. Terrell, rep, 220; A. I.
Houston, pro., 5o; Andrews, socialist,
230; socialist labor, 1.
Lieutenant Gov ei nor Davidson,
dem., 215S; Mnsterson, lop, 210,
Uvuits, pro, 12; .Inimonnaii, soc
Cumpliolli'r Lane, dem., 21C3;
Hufiiulnlz, mp., 221, Stocking, mo.,
iv; Meltzeu, soc, 231,
Congress C. U. Itnintoll, dem., 21,7,
1)1. Gray, iep., 230,
Luc.il HoprobentullVL J. r, Nichols,
dem., 2175; Ld Mjiibiiiu, dein , 2li3
I. 1 D. Green, rep, 230; J. T. Fields,
I up, 235; 13. M. Luilgtoid, soc, 232,
C. 13 Ubeiichaln, boc, 231,
Dislilct Attoint" Cljdo A. Sweet-
on, dem., 217U.
Count .!udgi-Geo. Hall, dem , 2177
N. W. Foole, iep., 2J0; llancy, soe,
County Attoino il. 1. Copolnnd,
dem., 2I7J; II. A. David, rep., 237.
District Clork Joe II. Smith, dem.,
Foil' SALI3 Sclio)rlill) Id' ciiecn
vlllo Utulnes University. Euoulrr
t ItrraM olTlco.
l'OH SAI.r n Irnri -Vr A'n" "
toot of Hue kIk'Miim mill i uiiiliti
Of 8ho caws .. v 1 cous 101! J
Dll. WINFltUY, SpocinlUt. Ulseuao
ot liver, stomach mid removal of gi
moncs with medicines. Ortlce, Klroy
lildg., Main ami Lamar, Dallas.
G13N rs Sell senuliio KUaranleed
hose. 70 per cent profit. Mal.o $20
dally. Llvo agents and bKlnnors In-v-'stlgnto
Sl'ong Knit, Hot 1039,
Wost Philadelphia, l'a.
FOU SA1.I9 Mineral llolghts nlco an
burlinn homo site, for salo. Fronting
ast on Klnn Hu feet and extending
west 7C0 feot, one block from routo
or car lino. Nothing olso llko It for
tho prlco, J7l0 00. 1'. O. Uox 177, old
iliouo SOI or now phono Si
LAST QUARTERLY MEETING.
New York Futures.
Open. High. IjW.
Dec 11.30 11.1 1 11.33
.Ian 14.2S 11.37 14.20
Mar 11.12 11.53 11.10
$100 Reward', $100.
The readers ot thl& paper wll be
pluased to learn that there is at least
nnr. jlrnfwlnrt HtumiQn thnfr Rrlpnp.n has
lw.nri n1n tn ouru 111 nil llsl Rtntipfl. anrl
that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
U tho only positive cuie known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh boing a
constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken Internally, acting direct
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
nf lia ciGlnm thnrnliv ilpntrnvlnt thn
fouudatlon ot the disease, and giving Production does not make a country
tho patient strength by building "I1 ! influential in trade; in fact excessive
the constitution and assisting natural . , , .,,.,. Tia
l .I!,,. II. ,.nrlr Thu tirnnrlolor I nrQUULUUIl "W "J "'f
have so much faith in its curative cotton factory will make us powerlul
Lint cotton sold yest'ida Tor 13 J."
to 14.25 cents. Seed cotton $150 to
$0.00. Theio weio 13 l.alLS re. Uvid
making a total ot S.I52 bales.
LOST In iiunavvay last Saturday on
l.cc street, n porkutbook coninlnlni
oiiio money don't know amount,
I'l aso return to Herald orflco. Mad
FOR SA1.I3 Span good mulus cheap.
One 3 soars old leglBlercd .lersov
coiv "Dais Duchlo" tiesh lu Janu
ary. Two leglstcrcd l'ohuul Chliu
sons, will fnrrovv lit December. 13,
W. Harrison. 11-21
t Vniinl Cat nrvli quickly yields to treat
Jut by the ngrconblc, aromatic I31y'a
(nm IJilm. It is recoivnl through tho
Xtrils nud clcuuscs ami luaU thovvholo
t.u'ii ovfr which it ilillusi'S itwlf. Drug
Y " 11 'ho DOe. size. Tost It and yim
X wrrt to cominuu tho trettuient till ro.
A o accommodato ihoHa who aro pirtirtl
b' uso of atomizers in appl lug liquUU
t i nainl iiiwiiafifi fnr catarrhal ttov
RAiSl X, tl. proprietors propiro Ore.uu llahn in
fat Aim form which will bo known is U) J
' Auiil Croam ISalm. rnca incluiUnc tho i
x. . . . . .. . . -- . ;
Lowers that they olfor Ono Hundred
Dollars for any case that it falls to
cure. Send lor list 01 testimonials.
Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold uy nil Druggists. 7Sc.
m i M
Bo suro and hgure with Duck on
an thing electrical. Can make Imme
diate delivery on any bIzo motor to
suit tho new plant, also have electric
lions, water heaters, perculators,
ciirl'ng Irons, etc. I'rices tho lowo.it.
Ever thing guaranteed.
Stoves and hardwaro uaved from
tho recent fire, sold at flro sale pric
es by J. M. Geo today on South Stone
In commerce, ai cotton is used all over
the world. The following illustration
gives the cotton production of 1003.
Do you need a gun'.' Get one at a
bargain at J. M. Geo's flto rale on
South Stonown'l street.
Vj4 " lUUl'r.ui", "I ill" pwiim icjmmhiuu
r World's Cotton Production." ",1
Texas produces -1,000,000 bales of
cotton annually; the United States
except Texas produces B.000,000 bales
nd the world except the United States
0.100,000. The United States produces
67 Der cent of the
en we want to know wnat cot-
Election of Official Board Resolu
tlons on Rev. Pugsley's Leaving.
Tho last quartoily meeting of Iva
vnnaugh church was held at )io icsl
denco ot 1'iesldlng 13'der It. G. Mood
with a good attendance.
Tho leport ot tho condition and 11
nances of tho church was an excl
lent one, everything being pa'd up In
Tho rollowlng wero selected as n
board of stewards iter tho comint
year. L. L. Bowman, M. M. Arnold, J.
H. VauAmburgh, W. I. McGaughej,
J. 13. Morris, A. 13. Udwards, 11. U
Jones, S. B. Perkins, .1. W. Manulns.
C. H. Jones, J. II. Kills J. T. 13111b, A.
F. Hlchter, J. O. Hate-, Tom M. Bet
ell, T. W. Thompson, .1 M. TUd.il,
Bert Beall, W. 11. Wise, J. A. Hairing
ton, W. A. Fuller, Judge Geo. S. Pel
kins and Walter Williams. Two new
moi.-.beis wero added to the old bo.uil
they being W. B. Wise ami .1. T. 13111s
Tho question of tho su'ection ot i
Sunday school supeilutenuent ramo
up. C. 13. Mead, who, fir ' ir yoara
has woiked faithfully ami jmccei.irul
1, asked to ho relieved ot ihe " itlo
ot serving another yoa.- and altii
bomo dlbcussiou his desrorf we'o 10
spected. B. F. Viiughan was thou eltci
cd as supoilnteudont fu' iho camiiiR
L. L. Bowman was eluMi-d lay lead
I or for the church and -.(solutions
Iwoio then passed unanimous!) as lol
2170; Melvin Klmbrough, rep., 237,
County Clerk Sid L. Arnold, 2173;
llai naid, rep., 235; Allen, soc, 2JJ.
Sheriff Nat Arnold, dem., 2170;
W. 13. Johnson, iep., 237; O. C. Teal,
Tax Collector 13111s Blrdsoug, dem ,
2177; P. G. Pope, rep., 233.
Tmc Assessor J. J, Dirnoll, ilom,
2170; A. S. Martin, lop, 230; N. 11.
Dale, soc, 232.
County Treasurer Finnic Wood,
doiu., 2107; O. T. Spencer, iep, 210;
Miss Ada Gilbert, soc, 231.
County Survo)oi J. K, Dennlngton,
dem., 2ICC; J. F. .MeNatt, iep, 217;
13 11. Iuubeit, toe., 233.
Coiinly Supt. J. A. Thomas, iluiu.,
2101; M, L. Johnson, iep. ,211; MUs
Paulino Morris, soc, 232.
County Com. No. 1. J. 11. 1-ewis,
(loin., GC1; Geo. Chamlloi, iep, 111; J.
II Trowell, boclallbt, 10.
Count) Com. No. 2. Hush Mlnton,
dem., 39; A. K. Tiirnei, rep., 27; A
F. McCasliiud, soc, 112.
County Com. No. 3. D. B. 13iib11sIi,
dem., 113; J. J. Jowors, iep, 21.
County Com. No. 1 W. II. Whit
he'd, dim, 058; II. L. Puller, rep.,
Justice Peace, Piecluct No. 1. A.
F. Miibou, dem , 091; G. A. Smith, rep,
Constable Wyllo Smith, dem., COS, j
Jess Iloucn, rep, DC.
Weigher C. M. Otr, dem., 713; N.
C. Sprinkle, rep., 50,
Justice l'uace, Piecluct No. 2, W.
It. Poe, 301.
Constable W. L. Glascoe, 3u5.
Wolghei J. It. Kerr, 305.
Justice Pouco, Piecluct No. 3. J.
T. llu'.sey, dom, 2S0; 13rnebl Brown,
Coiibtublo J. II. Alexander, ilem ,
2S.1; T, A. .M.M8.iy, iep, 38.
Welghei 1'iank Diuke, dem, 281,
D. G. Smith .top.. 38.
Justice Peace, Piecluct No. 1. L.
C, Whllo, dem., 178; II. J. Mollis, rep.,
WANTllIV-Young men to picpaio fur
positions us uutumobtlo icpalrmau,
chaufteuis, salosmuii. Wo make )iiu
expert In ton weeks by mall; assist
)oit to good position. Pay big, de
mand for men gieal. Flee model ot
automobile with course. Saiuplo loi-
son and particulars froc. Write to
day; terms reasonable. 13mplro Auto
mobile Institute, llochostcr, N, Y,
S. to $5 SAVED
If ou want to drcs well and at the same llmo savo J5.00 on
vour fall Suit como to us.
Gray and brown novelty worsted Suits, good lonhlntt In nppcaranco
rnd prlco, ?13.G0 value S9.75
Ulna mid gray wanted and cheviot Suits In neat stripes, well made
and easily worth $10.60, our piico Is S11.76
All Iho now novolty patterns as woll as tho conservative stnplo pat
terns that nio good J17.&0 values, priced at S115.BO
Illim serges, fancy uovoltv mlMurei In worsteds and choviota, per
fectly tailored and now rat fnll models and nro exeluslvo $20.00 value,
priced horo at only S15.00
Mirny attract Ive now patterns In gray cheviot Suits, would look gool
to nn)bod) nt $13.80, hut wo price them on a close profit margin
Boys' blown and liluo cheviot Blister Ilrown Suits, good, neat pa-
terns, specially priced at $".15
I'o8' neat pattern gray suits, well mado nnd worth more than our
ptlco ot , $3.50
Uoys' hluo scrgo suits, also the fushlonahlo browns nnd gray and tho
neatest patterns nnd best nluoi obtainable at S'i.05
All bO)S' suIIh nro woll tailored and tho latest models nnd have
mat Btylu knlckerbocker pants.
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4-H-H W-H-J-W 'H-W-4-
WM FOR rLETCM-R'S
BREAKFAST TOODS OF
FRESH DRIED FRUITS.
.... t .. i.i I lows
Hlliou Ol im " , , .... ,.,, .l,li-,,,a
vvnuiuan, ciio .'. "... . v&.-.w. ......
V)lugtul;o Is 75 cents. Drocjuists or l.y I .,..., rt. ! vm.r ?T pcr. '
- 1 ril.A 1 ,... f.tM norlik. I f .in li a wn n. I '. I1HM 1 1 1 11 1 I 1 n 1J 1 111 ii U UUb IJlIb 'U juu ,. ih
Q'-r":,ir"::r'.?rr::":"r,:?.i ... ..... .:.... . ...n. ,. ""- ."" r " .;- ii.j.. .. t nr eimieh take nom us. n
tlUCUU, ill.U (,u.(uit.. ww v.... qjj WUIIU WC .,!& u.isib.iu. -w
,lnll,r nl ri-ilsra. .nr!. fnr nril-n. If we dOUb Cd OUr GI0?0 OI II11S HIS luuilli ...,, . --
. . nroductlon without home factories ' lovtd pastor, mother I'UKiley, and ills
l.l"ctrlc 1 ens, curleis. motors and we WOuld have even less to say family, and
evcr)th'ng electrical can bo kad from;
Duck at a rcodorato price. Phono him
n . --
Dr. D. II. Waddle, specialist, eye,
i-ar. nose and throat. Glasses fitted.
OpPTa House block.
Tour watch or clock cleaned and
guaranteed one year for ono dollar
at Flalg's, in Corner Drug Store.
Where It Is once sold, It continues
to bo bought. This is tho case with
11 Wo buy and sell all kinds ot
" NEW AND SECOND
jrtepalr Furntturo nnd Stoves.
Oil Burning Hoatcrs on hand
I am wiring liouses. every day.
Why not have yours wired; Klrr-er
T.irner, Electrician, 211 Leo St -M
1 put In electric boll burglar alarme
and do all kinds ot wiring. Llmei
Turner, Electrician. 211 Lee Street
CASTOR I A
For Infants nnd Children.
Tho Kind You Have Always BougM
about fixing prices of cotton; but, on
the other hand, if we had 87 per cent
of the cotton factories of the world,
we could fix prices ourselves and take
our rightful place as master of the
world's commerce. English manufac
turers located a thousand miles from
the cotton field fix the prices. We have
but one alternative; we 'must manu
facture cotton and other staple articles
in Texas or forever pay tribute to out
side manufacturers, and governments,
says the Texas Commercial Secretaries
When we buy cotton goods to the
amount of one dollar, the farmer gets
The dissemination i.f infuniialioii
lias largely tu do with ihc piospcrity
and development of a count))-. In no
country on the globe docs Nature
possess such astounding possibilities
and reveal tin. in m such rapid and
cumulative orclcT as in Texas, making
an imperative ncccsbil) for news
papers in the home .of every farmer
who desires to piolit by the Ritts of
N.iltire ami the experience of his
There arc 050 publications in Texas,
of which 89 are dai.HM, "(On weeklies,
nil the icniaindcr aie iasucd at reg
ular interval . The total lisu-d cir
culation of all papers in 'Icmh is
3,1711,515 copies, ar average of four
papers for each family in the Si ite
In the number ol papers published
within the State vvc rank sixth in tin
Union; Illinois, Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Iowa anl Missouri leading m the
order named 'Ihc I'edcral Gnwrn
incut cciius for I'lO.'i rcpoiis capital
Invested in printing and publishing m
Texas of $fl,07l,.iri, a pay rull of
vj,0Gn,U3.1 pcr annum, and the annual
jutput is valued at $,7VJ,ai7 Among
the industries of the Si.ue it r.inln
sixth in capital iiivetlcd, fiflh in pay
rolls and sixth in the alllC of prml
urtB. One issue of nil the papers in
Texas approximates one copy per
capita, and making flic comparison
from a population basis vve leid all
States in tl.-: Uuicni in the number of
pcriodicah ihiurd and the number of
Losing valuable Time I
Whereas, the official boa id i this,
Kacaiiniiiili charge, lecogmtns ttt.it
his ministry among us luii been en
tlrolv satisfactory, and .t great Jo
and blessing to our poplfc, desire tti
express to him and Mb family and tho
North Texas conference our npprecu
Hon of his labors uinons .ns, ''d oui
sincero thanks for his and tnctr a
Blgnmeut to us, and further to testit)
to his moilt and oxccllemo as a Moth
odlst preacher and pastor; now, thers
fore, bo It
lltsolved, That wo do heieuy loim
amount 01 uuc uuuoi, mt t'n .-... .
7 cents, the transportation companies ally oxiiwbb our awiroclatlun of tit
7 cents, the Engish manufacturer 33
cents and the government 33 cents
while with the factory in Texas the en
tire dollar would remain with us. The
following illustration bringt out the
situation with clearness:
honest, faithful and conscientious la
bors ol our boloved paBtor, irom
whobo efforts our church has enjoyed
Its giealost prosperity, and has been
blessed with deoper piety and an
aroused mid quickened spirituality,
Constable J. M. Cecil, dem., 175;
R, W. Wreiin, rep., 'Si.'
Welghei T, W. Gllbruath, dem
178: Sam 11. Singer, iep, 2J.
.Iiiatleu 1'eace. l'reuliict No. 6. b.
1. BteplieiiB, dem., 25 f; W. II, Cluav
Ingor, rop., 21.
Constable Wultor Hill, dem, 253;
D. J. Dale, rep., 21.
Weigher Quince Sharp, dein,, 255;
V. A. MeWilght, rtp., 21.
Justice I'eace, l'leelnct No. 0.--D.
I'. .McUaulel, dom., 377; O, 11. Hlchlo,
Constable Geoigo Thurmond, doin,,
33C; il. M. JlcAlester, rep., 30.
Wolghur John Walden, dom., 337;
W. A. Templeton, iep., 2U.
Justice I'eace, l'iccluct No. 7. L. I
Phelps, dom., 2C0; 11. 11, Urownlug, i.
Conbtablo II. II. Iloblnsoii, durn.,
233; W, Tally, rep, 81.
Weigher C. J. Steger, dem, 201;
J. B. Gilbert, rep., 71.
I'rcclnct No. 8. Justice I'eace, A.
l'ayne, dem., 118.
Constable J. A. Hoard, dem., 118.
Weigher Tom Smith, dem., 150,
for the amendment to tho tonstitu
Texas sl.uuls first in intelligence,
first in progress and first in inclustri.il
opportuiutks of all the States m Hie
Union, says the Texas Commercial
The nowipapci is the channel of
communication between the producer
and consumer; brings the city to the
farm and the farm to the city; ifives
Information of the markets and of (lit
development of the country, cirnc-i
warnings of impending danger and
gives the farmer the advantage of the
experience of all his neighbors anil
informs him of lite general condition
of affairs so essential to Ins sua ess
The liuptovcmciit of our tu'dic high
ways and the establishment of rural
free delivery routes have extended the
zone of circulation of the prcas to (lie
remotest sections of the State, and
readint' the miners is as much a part
of the work of the Texas farmer as
feeding his stuck.
JL L ii
That Utile girl who la
begging you for a plana
fcols tho necessity ot
loarnlng music. Don't
put this matter off any
longer but como down
and buy a piano on
small payments, and
mako her happy.
J-H-I-W' H-M-H-I v-I-M-M" -H-I-W4 -M-M-M H-r-H-I'
To the Ladles.
It you railed to get a coupon entitl
ing you to n freo cbnnco nt the Hoos
ler Kltchon Cabinet call at our storo
and get one, as wo want every lady
In Greenville nnd Hunt county to have
a chancu. It costs you nothing nud
tou uru cordially Invited to call ut
our stole and seo this the greatoit
Kitchen convenience mado.
IIAIKE'S PUKNITUflB STORE.
HlQh Grade Lard Compounds.
I'honu )our grocer un order for
either our ISIlc or 131 Toro Lard Com
pound as good as the best, economi
cal mid vvholoso'iio. Toxns HoArilng
Oh you Oysters at Hoohn's. tl
Fire Sale Bargains.
J. SI. Oeo will offer for Balo this
morning on South Stonewall streot,
bargains In hmdnaro nnd stoves saved
from tho recent flic. Dig bargains i
It Is In tlmo of sudden mishap or
accldout Innt Chamborlaln's Llnlmont
can bo rellod upon to tnko the placo
of the rarally doctor, who cannot ul
ways bo round at tho moment Then
It Is that Chamberlain's Liniment H
nover found wanting. In cuses tit
sprains, cuts, wotindn and brulsos
Chamberlain's Llnlmont takes out thri
soronoss and drives nway tho pain
bold by Mcaaughoy nros.
If it is an electric motor you want
Cole's Hot Blast
W. T. GOAD
Rmith Stonewall Street. r
".Old Phono 30, New Phone 1871. X
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J. T, MUSE
ll kinds of fresh meats
4!UVERED TO ANY PART OF
South Wesley Streot
TAKE A LOOK IN
and see U tho re Isn't somothlus In
the palat line )OU need. We carry H
kinds of paints, oils, varnishes, stains,
polishes, enamels, etc. The brushr-i
to apply them with, too. Everythlns
from the smallest camel's hair pencil
to the biggest whitewash brush. Big
line up-to-date Wall Paper, Quality
and qvtntity the best and most for
), C. White & Co.
"Distribution of Cost."
The factory creates a large amount
of wealth on a small area; rapidly cir
culates money and rapidly creates
wealth- England can place all her cot
ton mills on a thousand acres of land
and within that area wilt create more
wealth and employ more labor than
all the cotton fields of (he South
which approximate 35,000,000 acres
Out of every dollar received for the
finished product the manufacture iiutsf
pay r.O cents for raw material, 25 cent
for labor and the remainder for fuel,
supplies, depreciation, use of cjpital
etc., the manufacturer must circulate
wealth The factory will take the raw
material which Ihc farm is months in
prrducinjr. (lie forest years in uuturinK
and the mine centuries In creating
and within twelve honru di.u'jle lij
taliir Tlit factory a -ity buddci
nd will bud J eiitniri-f
M - m
Good home-made bread Is something
we all enjoy, and comes with the use
of Monogram Hour. Not only white,
Hot Drinks tho hottest of all hat
drinks at Hoohn's 11-ltf
tiou, 1088; against amendment, 310,
That wo Bluceiely leuret the ueces- '
slty ot the severance of our pleasant, Tho only place In tho city where you
congenial and satisfactory relations can buy a Hooiler Kitchen cabinet la
as pastor and people, und tho loss; at Halite's furniture Storo.
from our midst ot himself and hts
good wlfo. I CURE YOUR KIDNEYS.
That wo hcarllly and without roser ,
vatlon .commend blin to the member J do Not Endanger Llfo When a Green"
ship ot any church as a moat doslr-j vme citizen Shows You
ablo pastor." the Cure.
That thebo resolutions bo spread,
upon tho minutes ot the quarteily con-; why will people coulinuo lo suffor
ucho, urinary disorders, lameness,
headaches, languoi, why ullow them
halves u become chrome Invalids,
whin a curtain cure Is offered them?
Doan's Kidney J'lils is tno remeoy
Th. tmii Wonder , UB". because It sWes to the klduejs
cures Kidney, Uladdeand llboumatli1 the help they need to porloitu their
"."""'"...."nS" Toranent T.IW , T-u tavo any, even one, of the
M. M. AHNOLD,
J. 13. MOltlHS,
U L. BOWMAN.
J'our Papers l'er l'nmily.
The ability of a farmer can be as
easily judsd by the literature lie
reads as by the crops he harvi sia The
printing prii.-. is the industrial educa
tor of the age.
You .will nppioclato ihuio now stylos
in ladles and misses wraps. llelli Ida
give U1ck auu lei"--""'" ;";',.,,,,. of kidney diseases, cure
v.iHl 29 c Olive Bt B lousilo. yourself now, bofo.e diabetes, dropsy
S&1?!1' n?f,L is 'or Urlght's disease sets In. Head this
w... .,, ...-0c-- mroenvllle testimony:
Glasses correctly fitted to the eye. OJj. Mppl. P-lnUr. W. U. St.
lenses ground and made while you .,. n0'an.,. Kidney Pills at Ford
wult-Dr. M. Jicsltow, uptician. i & Pennington's Drug Htore, i una ucen
J trying for over two )ears to get .
Your watch cleaned und guaran- remedy that would strengthen my kid-
teed one year for one dollar at Flalgs. neys. These organs bad always been
In Corner Drug Store. dderablo ounoyauce by loo frequent
' " pnssaces of the kidney secretlooa.
Dixie Cooklna Oil. Doan's Kidney Pills checked this trou-
Better than the best hog lard , e an( pt0BJnUy restored my kidneys
cheaper nnd healthier, if you are not (0 a norlnaj condition."
using It, give It a trial. A home pro- por Mle bj. nn dealers. Price 50
duct, made by Texas Hoflning Co. cents. I'ostervMUburn Co,, Buffalo,
. " " . , , Now York, sole agents for the United
Hoosler Kitchen Cabinets, j tBatea,
Hcmeraber the date, time and place.! ncmembor the name Doun's and
JIAIKU'S KUnNlTURIB STOUC. I Uko uo other, '
ALL DROa STORES
A, B, Richards Medicine Co.,
A Stove That is imitated
Get the Original.
Imitations of the original Hot Blast nro
many. None ot them havo the absolute
ly alr-tlght nnd gas-tight construction
throughout which Cole's Hot Blast has
by reason of Its numerous patents. A
patented stool collar connects the elbow
draft to the stove body and cannot open
by action ot tho fiercest heat. Tho pat
enlod compound lilugu on tho lower draft
cannot warp, und tho ash dear close air
tight by its own weight. Tho patented '
sn'oko-proof feed door prevents smoke,
dust or gas escaplug when fuel Is put In
tho stove. Perfect rosults, therefore,
from BOft coal. The Tieavy fire box pro
tects tho points where other stoves barn
out first, and Insures great durability.
Xlomonibcr linltatlors lack the spec
ful features bocause these are fully pat
ented and protected. All Imitations soon
open up ec-am's and cracks which tuak
thorn fuel eaters rather than fuM savers.
The nuno "COLE'S HOT DLA6T FROM CHICAGO" will
bo found on the feed door of each stove, Bo sure that you
get the "ORIOINAL HOT BLAST." The most economlcil
stovo In tho world for hard coal, soft coal, wood or cobs. Re
quires no chango for hard coal, wood or soft coal.
If Rip van Winkle Lived :
lie would surely keep the NEW PHONE; The QUICK SER
VICE, both LOCAL and LONQ DISTANCE, would enuble Mm
to CATCH Up FOR ALL LOST TIME during hU twenty yours
sleep. You have dally profit in keeping a phone. To wait li
to lose. Order now and be ready for sickness, business, pleas
ure, shopplsg, eta '
HOIVIE TELEPHONE CO.
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