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In view of (fin
tnaiS of CVldeneo
Il U recommended Ihnt iu uao in baking powders
prohibited by law. United Statti Senate Commute Re
Iffacfe from Grapes
Approved by physicians and food
officials, both Slate and National.
Awarded highest honors by the
proved ol superior strength
ana purity by the
UbI week was tho banner wook in
lint of trade with us. Our salo has
ftn far greater than wo expected but
StlU havo matting. rugS( linoleums,
TV squares and stoves and furnlturo
some leal bargains I, S. Chandler
Misses a Week.
iWo were loo busy last week . to
(write anj tnlng for tho paper. "Wo have
bargain sa.o on ovorvthlnir. it. S.
iCfiandler, the furnlturo man, north'
east corner square, Greenville, Texas,
Wo mention only a fow of tho many
.bargains wo navo to oner In farms
and city property.
No. BO 90 aero farm tour miles
from Oroonvllie, good house, largo
barn, orchard, soil black sandy loam.
l(a crops will average with tho black
lands. Price $48 per acre, terras caBy.
No. 51 2C0 aero black land farm,
I In cultivation except 25 acres, tim
ber pasture, several acres In alfalfa.
8; miles from Qrconvllle, nice location.
Prlco only $52.50 por acre.
No. 52 2C0 aero iluo pralrlo farm.
hrco sets ot houses and barns, pools
aid cisterns, soil black sandy loam,
2(1 aero pasture, convenient to school
and church. Prlco $35 per acre, one
thlrd cash, balance one and two yeais.
No. 53 Two small farms, ono 05
Macros, tho other 57 14 acres, houses.
earns anu cisterns, sou goou raixeu
laud, ten miles west ot Greenville.
Price $50 per acre, terms easy. Saver.
41 brick business bousos at low prices.
No. 51128 aero farm, black bandy
soil, 5 mile N. E. from Qieenvillo, -J'
room house, "ham, orchard, two wells.
Prlco $35 por acre.
lUeo other farms In all parts of
KHuut county too uumorous to uieutloa,
,"BIo lands in South and West Texas
fglsoll or exchange.
M9k rrrv nnnopoTv
EjFIn'o. 55 U$ acres in South Oreeu
fvjtle, a nice suburban tract, will sell
jlSt lots and blocks or eutlru tract,
:No. 5t! 10 acres In West uroonvllle,
beautiful block suitable for cutting
In lots, chance for speculation.
No. 57 Two 5 W. acra blocks eacn.
Slcely located in South UreenWlIo, a
;cci.u uargain, will bo near tue pro-
sod car line.
Three nice residences on South
onewall street, also nice residences
d the cream of all lots on l'ark St.
od residence with ono aero block.
.sf, front on S. Wesloy St., it lovely
me, cheap. Also residences on Leo
roet and in nil parts o.f the city.
21 nlco lots in Colleto Hill Addition
old prices If sold now, prices will
raised altor 10 days $50 raoru on
Don't forget that we write Fire,
rnado and Plate Glass Insurance in
st companies and pay losses spot
sh without discount. Call at office
uR.Etfter & Son
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
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formation of tho public. Its cor
Dctncss lu not guaranteed by tho
publishers ot this paper.)
JMIC80URI, KANSAS . TEXAS.
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Rev. W. E. Foster. General rjantl.it
Missionary Visited the Colcge
Ilcv. W. K. Foster, genoral mlsslui".
nry ol the Baptist general contention,
visited Burleson college yosterday
morning, and his pieseuco was great,
iy enjojed by the faculty and stu
dents, llev. Foster Is holding meet
ings at tho West Greenville Baptist
Lhuicli. W are also glad to uunounca
that W. II. Worcester, of Lono Oak,
has moved his family to Grecuvlllj
nnd will enter the college as a stu
dont Monday moinlng. Wo wish hint
much success. J. A. 1).
Tho Missionary Society of Graco
Piosbj'terlau church will hold
Thanksgiving meeting at Mrs. W. E.
Graham's Monday, Nov. 21st, at .'
o'clock. All nro cordially invited to
PltOGllAM. ' '
Song Pralso God.
Scripture 100th Psalm, Mrs. Holed.
Prajer Mrs. York.
Roll call Answered by Scilpture
Song Miss Daisy Wilson
Heading Miss Beryl Beskow.
Delegate's roport Mrs. Sager.
Piano solo Miss Myrtle Bead.
$100 Reward, $100.
Tho readers of this paper will be
pleased to loath that there Is at least
one drcadod dlsoaso that science has
been nble to euro in nil its stages, and
that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo
Is tho only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional troatmont. Hall's Catarrh
Curo Is taken Internally, acting direct
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of tho system, thereby destroying tho
foundation ot tho disease, and giving
the patient htrength by building up
the constitution and assisting naturo
lu doing its work. .Tho proprietors
havo so much lalth in Its curative
powers tha't they offer Ono Hundied
-Dollars for any case that it falls to
cine Send for list ot testimonials.
Address V. 3. Cheney &. Co , Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
If it's furniture or Moor coit i.ig,
it's hero. Duke Harrison. ll-U
: CLASSIFIED f
rOM SALD Scholarship Id Grcoa
Ullo Business University, Knqulro
at Herald office.
FOR SALU An Iron safe. Also 25
feet of lino shelving and a number
of show cubes. N. W. Footo, 10-12U
ilKSIDUNCK WANTHD. I have a cus
touior who will pay cash for a llvo oi
nix room residence, close In. T. A.
Dlt. W1NFIIDY, Specialist. Discasos
ot liver, stomach and removal of gall
stones with medicines. Office, Klrpy
llidg., Malu and Lamar, Dallas.
ACKNTS Sell uenuino guaranteotl
lioso. 70 por cent profit. Mako $20
dally. Live agents and beginners In
vestigate. Strong Kntt, Box 4029,
West Philadelphia, Pa.
FOR SALH Mineral Holghta nice su
burban homo site, for sale. Fronting
cast on King 140 feet and oxtendlng
wost 700 feet, ono block from route
ot car lino. Nothing elso Ilka It for
tho prlco, $7b0.00. P. O, Box 177, old
phono 234 or now phono 32.
I-OST In runaway last Saturday oil
Leo street, a jiocketbook containing
somo money don't know amount.
Pl.aeo return to Herald off Ico. Mad
FOB SALE Span good mules cheap,
Ouo 3 years old registered Jersey
cow "Daisy Duchlo" fresh in Janu
ary. Two registered Poland China
sows, will farrow In December. B.
W. Harrison. Jl-23
WANTED Young men to jiroparo for
positions as automobllo repairman,
chauffeurs, salesmen. Wo mako you
expert In ten weekB by mall; assist
vnn in pChCiA nniiiHnn li.iv l.l An-
inand for men croat. Fre ,n,i!,i nf'Uesses mo so much as the humidity."
automobllo with courio. Sample les-
rnn nnri Tmrtlmilnra frnn S-tTi-u-x tn.
I - ,-"--.-..- -.w, I,kU VW
1:17 a.m. I ua' ter"'s roasouaoie. iimptro AUtO
12:38 pan. I mobile Institute, Rochester, N. Y.
0. H, 8. PHUATINO 80QIGTY.
Had an Interesting Debate on Wash
Ington and Lincoln,
Tho 0. II. 8. Debating socloty rapt
last night nt the High School in reg
i nr session. Arrangements v,o,o com.
I 'clod for tho public program to bo
Kit en nt Carnegie Library on tho ulnht
of Friday, Nov. SStu. Tho draft ot ii
I new constitution was submitted but
' tmal action on It adoption was defrr
1 t a until tno nou regular meeting.
1 he delinlu on tlio subject "Itesolveil
i hat Washington was n greater Amor-
linn than Lincoln" was arguod by
Uinus Attebery and Sprolght Pntlllo
lor Ihe nftlrmatlvo, and Kogors Wlso
I uml dayl Anderson for tho negative
After nn animated dobato nud Inter
esting tound tablo discission tho de
cision ot tho Judges was awarded fn
tnvur ot tho affirmative.
NOISES IN VENICE.
The Way Thty Crash Upon th Nor
mal Quiet of tho City.
Wilb ull the water tralllc and with
not a horse or u cab nr a wagon to
vvnkc tln echoes, tho utter silence of
full e is the thluc Unit Hint impresses
Ihe Iraw-lcr. Vet because there Is no
undertone of city noises In which oecn-
floitnl nulscs tuny merge the Grand
canal at Venice seems to the sleeper at
uljjht tlie noisiest place In tho world,
for every lit t Iu noise crushes Into
one's Bleep, nnd the most wakeful
hours of our six weeks In Italy wete
spent on the lirnml riitml In Venice.
The bells of the churches probably do
nut line; louder nor moie ficijucutly
than they rlug In other cities, yet bi
cause Venice Is so still these belli
clans thtougli the night like the alarm
of n continuous nnd ever increasing
Are. The bnul of a lovelorn human
calf cnrr.vlng home three drinks nnd
n throbbing heart, n uolso that mny be
beard by the attentive listener any
place on earth nftcr 1 o'clock, in
Venice becomes Insistent and demo
niacal. The common quarrel In the
street enters the bedroom at night
with nerve racking distinctness, nnd
the morning song: of tho market gar
dener bringing his wares to town in
his silent boat smites the sleeper's
ears like n call to nrnis. If Macbeth
really did murder sleep, tlio crime wns
done In Venice.
There are, of course, considerable
ncres lu Venice Islands where tho
streets nro paved nnd where commerce
goes on In the oidlnary way, except
that there are no horses or carriages
,' In the narrow ways. William Allen
v niie in i;uiporiu unzetle.
Uncouth Methods of tho Nomads of
Of nil Hie modes of burial ever prac
ticed by creatures In the shape of hu
mun lieiiias the met lied of the Queens
land liom.ids Is certainly ihe most tin
coulh. Afier drying the foipse In the
sun and knocking out its teeth for
keepsakes tliey deposit It on n frame
work of rough poles nnd bury It under
a few nrtnfuls of rushes nnd old kan
garoo skins, leaving the bush wolves
to sing Its tequlem.
No member of the dead man's tribe
will nettle within a mile of his grave
for fear of being haunted by the spooks
making the burial plnce their midnight
rendezvous. The metaphysical opin
ions of the Australian aborigines prove
Indeed that savages enn be allllcted
Willi an abundance of supernaturallsu
wjthout betraying a trace of anything
deserving the name of religious senti
ment. 'They believe In evil spirits whistling
in the blasts of tbc storm wind and try
to exorcise them by spitting In the ill
rcetion of the sky, but for the concep
tions of the Deity, of future existence,
of repentance, atonement and con
science their language has not even a
definite word. From somewhere In the
land of their forefathers eastern Asli
perhaps they have Imported a notion
faintly resembling the Buddhist doc
trine of metempsychosis nnd believe
that animals may be reborn as men
and men ns human beings of a supo
rlor rank. Iindon Answers.
Not So Bad as It Sounded.
In a dowiimwu cafe two old college
friends met by chance. They had not
met before In several jenrs and were
properly delighted. In tho course of
conversation one. who hod been long
absent from town, bethought him of n
"Tell me." said he, "how I can reach
Jim. I'd like to look him up tonight"
"My boy," said the other, "if you
want lo reach ,11m you'll have to tele
phono to , an undertaker on Sixth
"What! You shock me. Jim deadl I
1 am sorry Indeed lo hear it"
"Dead? Who said ho wns dead. He's
a friend of the undertaker nnd has
rooms near by. Ho has no telephone,
but has an arrangement for using the
undertaker's, as the place Is open at all
hours. Just telephone the undertaker,
and the message will bo carried around
to Jim." New York Globe.
Taps Over a Soldier's Grave.
The custom of sounding tups over a
soldier's gravo originated with the
late Captain John O. 'i'ldbnll. O. S. A.
On the retirement from the peninsula
in August, ISO'.', Horse Battery A. Sec
ond artillery, wns bervlng with the
rear guard, nnd on reaching Yorktown
ono of the cannoneers died nud wns
burled there. Not wishing to stir up
the enemy by firing three rounds from
the battery guns, ns was customary.
Captain Tldlmll substituted the Hound
log of tops, lights out, which Impress
ive ctfremouy has since lieeD observed
t all military funerals nt the close of
tho services. Argonaut,
Barring tho Parly.
"Pray, Mr Canning," said a lady to
the Ktigllsh statesman, "why have
they made tho space In the Irou gates
at Sprlnitgardens so narrow'!"
"Oh, ma'am," replied Canning, with
the delightful absurdity for which ho
was famous, "because such very fat
people used lo go through "
A Social Botanist.
Guest He teems a very nice young
man. What's his profession'; Hostess
-He'd a social botanist. Guest And
what Is that, pray? IIotes-Oh, wo
Invite Dim especially lo glte attention
to our walluowern.-HoBton Transcript.
"Does your wlfo cry when she gets
"Yes." answered Mr. Meckton, "It
Isn't tho best of her temper that dU
' .... ,.(. ,
Vf ttUUWKloii nmi,
11, S. Chandler, tho furniture man,,
exchanges now for o)d pajs tho top
for new feathers, ttc. I
THE POMPBV LnCTUttBS.
la Indorsed by Prof. Hartman of San
Prof. Carl Hartman, ot tho Sam
Houston Normal, and for sovcral yearn
county superintendent ot Travis covin
ty, lu nn nrtlclo published In tho Farm
and Ranch, commends strongly ths
I'ompoy school lecture system nt
specially nppropriato to tho movcmoit
to innko tho public school duusim soc
Ho credltB Iho system to Judgo V.
W. Grubbs, who Inaugurated It nt thu
Pompey Bchool house about llvo je.t.-a
1 ft ft
A Scholar Who Didn't Like
By GWF.NDOLIN ADAMS
Copyrlclu. 1. by Amrrlenn I'mi
A lilc mt.wird liny uns UerrUlali
(lllttgn. u pupil lu tlio sdioul of lllien
Wntsiiii J'hi- htiiij i lass was lip
for iwllntlnii. Iiul llevi'lil-vh, though
bc had plenty r Imilu, inil nut ap
plied thrill In Ktudjltig tin- lesson.
He wns Kinwhig dce'dedly uncom
fortable lie knew well wlut nn un
prepared lesson meant, fur lu those
days mi wenk li'iili'iiey mix kIiohii to
delinquents. Tn In- sine, this wns the
llrst recitation llrzcklnh bad missed
during the tern), but wns not that nn
aggravation or the offense? Since he
had nutiiiigeil m long without fulling,
why fall at nil?
Ilc7eMah was awaiii that ns soon as
tile class was dismissed lie would te
:clve a not altogether nnuieilled Hog
ging He was iieisplrlngiil ierj pore.
The Icicles with ni.teli lie had meant
to refii'sh the tnii-My mc-upants or
the hack seats melted In Hie intense
heat, and n till Mic.tiu or Ice water
trickled Mowlj fioin the eMroniity of
either pocket and formed n iiilulnluru
pool In I lie bottom of eneli c-owlildu
The young olleiuler was growing
despernte. nud when the ui.ister, hav
ing dismissed the other members of
tho history class, tinned lo lilni with
the tomiimud, "Take off your mat,
sir!" the boy Rlepped forwaul and
obeyed with n feeling of actual lellef.
"Your conduct lias been ino&t repre
hensible, hlr!" said (lie master, push
ing up his coat sleeve and testing the
strength ot bis ruler, while thlily
pairs of ejes gazed spellbound nnd
awful silence lelgued.
"Most reprehensible, sir!" he repeat,
cd, nud the ruler fell with a thwack
which seut Ihe blood tingling through
every win In the culprit's body
He?ekliili never knew eactly what
happened nfter Hint. He lomonibered
that an Insane desire for cugennee
oveicame him. He wanted tn thrush
the master, to thrash the whole school.
Before the weapon could descend a
second tlmo he sprang at his assail
ant with clinched lists uml blazing
There wns n moment of breathless
silence while the angry master col
lared ills icfractory pupil and shook
him as a terrier shakes a rat. Then
the flat sided ruler wus once more
brought Into aethu play upon the back
of Hezeklali Griggs.
"Now, sir," said the master when nt
length, becoming weary of such Severn
exertion, he lele.ised his hold on He
eklah's eo.il collur, "lako jour seat and
lenrn jour history!"
Heedless ot tho command, tlio boi
seized his Jacket nnd, snatching ln
cap from Its peg on tho wall, made a
rush for the door. He gained It with
out opposition, nnd beforo the aston
ished muster had time to iccover from
his surprlso lie was racing nlong tho
highway toward home.
Into the big, roomy kitchen, where
Grandfather Griggs himself sal lu a
great armchair running the Weekly
News, with Grniidmothir Griggs close
by paring apples, he dashed like n
Why, Hezeklali," exclaimed the
good old woman, looking somewhat
startled, "n body M think you'd been
tired from a cannon by the way jou
come Hying In! What's happened?"
Ileeklnh sat down and began to ex-
'You don't mean to say yon'vo run
away from school!" said the old man
when tho boy had reached 1 1 moat
Inleiestlng part of his uurratlve, "Ob,
The exclamation was full of sortow-
ful surprise, and Heeklib's eyes fell.
Iin not going back to school any
more," he said doggedly.
He did not dare look up, for he knew
the old man hud set his heart on Ills
becoming uu ediicntcd man, and he
expected him to bo very angrj-. But
grandfather took off his glusses, wiped
them and said:
"Well, Hezeklali, we won't talk about
It tonight. You'd best go to tho barn
and thrash pens till supper time, nnd
well settle this matter about school
ITezeklah obeyed. He went about till
dark looking triumphant.
Staying away from school was next
thing to beating the muster. He slept
well nnd nrose firm In his determlun
tion not lo return to school. When bis
grandfather called him aside after
breakfast and tried to convince him
that he was wrong Hezeklali was still
"Well. HcrekUli," the old man suld
at Inst, "since jour nilud'x made up
there's no use of urging j-ou further.
I'd have been glad enough if you bad
gone, nnd If you'd have stuck to it I
wouldn't haw minded a year or two
at college In llniib off with. As It is,
you'll have lo earn jour living some
other wny, nnd I Muposo (be sooner
you tel about It Ihe better."
"I'm willing to work, grandfather,"
Hezeklali mild, lu some surprise,
"Yet. I know, nud I shouldn't won
der If Silas Jones would give you a
Job for n mouth or Iwo. lie was say
ing he'd like (o get n boy to do chores,
nud, although joq ain't much used to
work, if jou get round spry you might
You should not fall to come anj seo
tuy superb lino of cut glass. Tho best
tor the money ever offorcd, Dr. IL
It it Is an electric motor you want
Just sco our window. Ford a Pon
THE FRIDAY CLUBS. J.
Tlio Tlovlcw club mot yesterdnj af
ternoon with Mm, a S. Harrison
with a full attendance, noil cull wns
answered with quotations on music.
Mrs. Hilton, tho teachei on Browaltij,
brought a giont deal ot Interest on
the lesson ".Vbt VuRlor." MIm ltuu
soli who is hora lu tho Inteioat of the
Play tS bo glvjsn by the llevlew club
for the benefit ot tha llbrnrj-, was
present nnd mndo n full explanation
of tho "County Pair," the plnv chos
en, nnd promises IJmt a good sum
ld be realised to buy now books
tor tho llbrnrj-. During the social
hour tho hostess served dainty re
rroshmcnls of brown bread sandwlei
es, cheeso straws, BtulTed dates ami
coffee. Tho gnosis woro Mis. Covvan
and Mra. Ttuhoy n't Dallas, Airs Htn.1'
man, Jlsr. M. Bonner, nnd Mibs itus-sell.
Tho Standard club met with Mr.
E. W. Harris with a lateo attendant
'lho losson on American I.ltor.uuiv
was conducted by Mm. Clias. C. Pjlu
In absence of tho tegular teacher,
Mts. Dranthorfer. Tho Magntlna los
ton on Indian education was hoard by
Mis. Douglas King. A cry Interest
ing paper "Cardinal Points on llccont
Fiction" was tend by .Airs. A. L, Mur
phy. It wns decided not to hnvn Dm
-rniiunl party of the club this juar on
account ot tho serious Illness of a
member ot tho club. A social soasion
rollowcd and lho ladlos wero Invllod
lo tho dlnlugtoom whero a beautifully
sot tablo was arranged and Uollj
lous lorieslimuuts were coned of tur
key with oyster dressing, plcklii,
iinnbeiry Jelly, Frencn peas, followed
by cheriy leu and white block cake.
Tho ladles llugeied long In social con
In passing Coulsou's stop and see
Ms display of the now est hand bigs
In his oast window. n-jij
Looli and Listen!
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L"isJ!L.f"'ari nr isssmsssi) nr nr -.
&? There's One Thing in
. W Uneeda Biscuit
(M that other soda crackers lack ifflh
Iml and that is 15
M National - Bisctait - Goodness M
1 5 I
nWk. Tn Moisture Proof Packages) 1ml
lU Jj?t53 Never sold in bulk) m&i
m NAT,ONAL M
C-S BISCUIT ' M
BS COMPANY j&
Tickets on Salo.
TUkels on biiIo at Goo's dmg storo
for Brj-an'a lecture nro going rust. If
jou want lo select good seats do not
delay. Tickets 75 and 50 conts.
Oystor Cocktail llio at Hoehu's. tt
IT IS NOW ONLY
And You Stsueiy Want to Give
That Good Wife of Yottes
32 I xLp b
So Let Us HoU
Procrastination Is tho tutor ot tlmo
buy n Hoosler Kitchen cabinet and
tnlto 20 woukB to pay for 1L Ralko'3
If II Is lllch.ird Hudurts toilet goods,
wo havo them. Ford & Pennington.
One of These
XfmS(tV fSWHSt. SBH aisssstb. Rssttv M BpanSD
a El v EsHa gg9 WmM m w la
Now, Pay Latej
Seo V. Pickerel for cleaning or dig
ging. Loavo orders at J. C. Whites
paint shop. n-aj
If it la n dray team jou want sea
mo. J. V. I.ostor.. Phono connections