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LIKE THESE ARC RESPONSIBLE FOR THE BIO CROWDS
EOC grade all wool mohair in all Rood colon, sale prKe 'Me
$1.00 Ei-mlo Mtln primolla In plain and stripes, season's beet
colors, sale price 5!)'
$1.00 Bruno now tMpmnl stripe all woot suitings, tlie mil's
most favored eave, several boat colors ns wll as
10c quality terpentine crape In tail ground with amall riguros,
aalo prico -'JC
15c quality gfttaten cloth, good patterns In stripes anil riots,
sale price 'J"
;c quality pcrcala, ninny good drew styles, solo ptlce 5'!
8 1-Sc ginghams In good dre Btylofl, In largo brown and Dluo
12-4 cotton blankets, good rancy borders, our regular ?1.M
grade, sale ptlce IjSl.lU
SUM full blench seamless pepperell sheets, regular !)0c value,
sale prico c
Ull.l - - mniiLjunaiiinmcagm
Sunday: Clair, colder1. Tempera
tuie jesterday, lnlnlinum 2G degre;
maximum 07 degiees. Tho South-
nebcin Telegraph and Tolophono (Jo.
retort to midnight Is, cloudy no rnln
ut Fort Worth, IJentimont, lluornu,
Taxarkana, Weatherford. Clear at
all other Teias points.
Items of Interest of Tncse wlio Come
Clias. Roboy was In Dallas jotter
n. 1C Lane hrrlvetl home last evening-.
II. IJ. Mock wag In Commerce yes-
A Baby Boy.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Monroe
a bright baby boy.
Reported Seriously .III.
Will Doll Is reported as seriously
West Loe Methodist.
, Sunday school nt U:5. Preaching
ni 11a. in. and 7 p. m.
St. Paul's Episcopal.
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ColSBto. K '"dlnB l U 'Cl0Ck' K 0th" 8er-
T. P. Moody arrived how0 for a.'0- w. QrnvU,B ,.,.,.
1' ". . Sunday school at 9:45. Services at
"" " uuuuu .uiiw, was in ... ., lolirg
town yesterday. - ! ui,ual "ou"'
0&ak&TUY& oc dlwc 5uvs
-ltev. K. 1). Hoece, pas-
Tho I-ajmciig meeting will bo hold
at 3 o'clock this afternoon In tlui
Klist Baptist church Willi William
l'lorson leader. Subject "Moses."
A New Delivery Wagon.
11. S. Chandler hns added a new
dullory wagon to his furniture os
tnbllshmont. It Is a neat mid band
Brother Seriously III.
Tom Hico left last evening for Da
Ins, to bo with his bro'lhor, Waltor,
who Is In St. I'nut's Saultnrluiu mid
not expected to live.
G9&& oe$ soos oaa o a eoo 00
The City Safe.
Tho blu new city safe lias boon
hauled up to the council looms In
the Schlff building, but has not yet
been put In lis permanent place.
Visiting at Duiant.
Miss Helen Jones, Miss. Mao Cmr
and Hugh Moody went to Duraut,
Okla., to visit over Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. McMurtray.
The Finest Line of
that has ever been shown in the city.
Now is the time to buy, while stock
Won the Gold Piece.
Gustavo Kraknuor wild fiM.uu
worth of tickets for tho County Van
winning tho $2.50 gold piece given by
llov. J. A. Maples went to Dalnm.r.
Postmaster Harney Fields wont to
Dallas yestoiday. I
Dr. J. U. Wllklns wns In Sulpliur,
U. M. McMuhan returned last night
trout .Muskogee, Okla. I
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wagner went!
to Caddo .Mills last eenlng. I
George Sweeney roturncd yestord.w
froma hunting trip at Uvn'do.
Miss Uitlo Hnrdln Is home from
Celeste for-n lsit over Sunday.
Miss Vnlerlo Popper returned yos
terday from a visit at Hugo, Okla.
Major W. L. Ucckham left yester
day on a business trip to Abilene
.Miss Aunlu Williams went to Cle
burne jostorday for a two ueoks Mslt,
Mrs. J. A. Mattox went to Uonhain
jostorday to visit her father, N. 0.
MlSi.es Mnblo Orr and Mary
Schauntz, or Hoyse, nro visiting In
Mr. und Mrs. D, W. Harrison-went
to Dallas Inst night to visit Mr. and
Mrs. T. C. Johnson.
Mis. T. W. Addington, of Quintan,
Is visiting hor slstor, Mre. W. H. .Nor
mun on West Leo Btieet.
G. T. Tempieton, of Shawnee, Ok ,
biothcr of Mts. U A. Pfneffle, is In MornIng( 10.(b,
iuu ciiy lu oiieiiu ouuuuy.
Mis. I.ela Holniuu, of Tcsarknni,
arrived last night to lslt her broth
ir, Prof. Kd Hiloy, and fninlly.
Jlr. and Mrs. J. lllley Ureon, ol
Sunday Bchool nl 'J:U0. lly agree
ment ltev. Casey will 1111 tho pulpit at
11 o'clock. No other service.
Sunday school nt 0:30 a. m, Tho
pastor will preach nt It a. in. and i
p. m. llov. A. A. Duncan paAor.
Sunday school at 0:15. Services at
usual hours by the pastor. All nto
eoidlallj Invited to attend. llov. J.
1 l'lorce, pastor.
Church of Christ.
Meets every Sunday morning In
Woodman Hall. At 10 o'clock singing
then Bible lesson, then some brother
will make a talk followed by Coramun
ion son Ices.
Grace Presbyterian Church.
Sunday school at !):45. Preaching
ut 11 a. in. niul 7 p. m. by the pa3
lor. Misses Heed and Harris will
iliiK at tho morning service. The t.ir
peri Is finally laid and the pons ro
placed. Heaters are installed and ov
, ei thing Is In shape to mako )u coin
fortablo during tho sen Ice Wo hia
iax we'eomo. Come mid worship
Willi us. ltev. W. U Ornlinm, pastor
First Presbyterian Church.
"New Coin f.om Old Uold." Dr
Hunter's Bpcclnl themes today will bo
The Call of tho
Deeps." nt oiling, 7:00, Wordsworth s
i;p!gr:un; A Plea for I'luln Living and
High Thinking, lllble 'behool with
classes for all nges at U: 15. Last Sab-
l.ath was unusually good, let lodaj bo
In buying Furs, one cannot lip in carerul to go whero the Furs arc donendablo In quality, Tor noth
ing Is ro exasperating as lo iu a round sum for n Fur and then find that tli quality was Indirferent
orworec You have the as-uirnme that whatever )ou get hero Is depondah'e and Is of tho very latet
fashlonablo Bbapo and stjle. Wo Invito n special Inspection nf oitr Furs from the least expensive up
to the miel sets
Wo bellove thero Is not a glove requirement which women will fail to find In these slocks, ana
the oxtcllcnt rango or Fall styles makes It easily posslblo for one to haimonlo to a nicety glove
Our leader Tho Famosa, a gove wo have sold for a number of years an oxcollcnt value for $1.00.
Made of lamb skin, glace finish, black, whlto , tan, red, navy, grey, green -rr ..1.U
Derby, real l.ld g'oies, glare llntsh, all the lending colors, ptlce ?1.5u
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SHOWING LADIES' FLANNELETTE GOWNS.
Local Cotton Market.
Lint cotton sold on tho squaro yes
torday for 13 to 11.00 cents. Hotu
cotton ?5.00 to ?5.50. 'ihcro were -0
hales received yostordny making a
total of 10,109 bales.
Elks Memorial Service.
The Kills will bold their annual
momorlal scrUco iu their hall at J
o'clock this afternoon. All members
are icqueBted to attend nnd visiting
Hlks will be welcome.
Wolfe City, nrrhed labt night aifd are .,, ,.,.. ... .lt,criliace. Th mot
guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Lou Norman. ,0 of UlIs cmlrch lg br,Bht breoiE
jjisirici Aiiorney uiyiio aweetm ljrollu!rij.( and u alwnya ,U!lkC3 B00d.
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Just received a now shipment of Perfumes and Toilet
Waters. "Sandalwood Orlonte," "Verveliie," "Hot House Vio
let" are some of the big sellers. Come In and sample souio
of the new odors.
At the First Presbytorlan church
thore will bo an anthem by the la
dles of the choir ut the morning ser
vice, and MrB. Herman Nesbltt will
lender a solo at the ulghl serilce.
Probate Court. '
Yi'Blerduy Judge Hall piobated the
will of W. U. Apple, deceased, an'l
appointed J. W. Fortenberry, lulmln.
Street Car Advertising.
Unbolt Hairison made a contrail
with S. A. Prlco yesterday to handle
tho advertising in the street cais,
and will give laten to all paities who
wish to put cards lu tbo cars. .Mi.
Harilson Is well known hero ami Is
came up fiom Hmory joslerduy unu
went homo to Sulphur Springs lust
.!. RAILROAD NOTES. A
II. i:. Nix is now night round house
loremun hero in placo of Lon Coon
whb Is running ono of the switch
Conductor Tobo Maddox laid oil
jeMciday on account of sickness.
Conductor Oliver Is on his run.
l.nglneor Aull Is on tho .Mlneo'a
passenger run while Mr. Murphy is
Hnglneor Poo'o is on the Hughes
Springs-Wlnns'ooro local while Kngl
neer Krickson Is laying off.
To supply the shops and engines
thero :ue throe trains iaullng wntor
to Gieanvllle. Ono of them from Dn-
Isou and two f-om MIncola.
Conductor .1. P. Smith is lajlng on
on account of sickness. Geo. Zaclv
ory hns his run on tho Mlneoln pas
Firemen Poole, Ixmg mid Hamblln
liavo been promoted to engineers and
mo now i mining oxtr.i. Huslness has
gotten bo heavy on the ShreeioH
division that thoy have put on ctra
GEE'S DRUG STORE.
'",'t,V'S" e '
Gee Bros. Meat Market
DOTH PHONES 481 UUICK DhLIVERY.
CELERY FIBH OYSTERS.
PURE HOG LARD DRESSED FOWLS PORK SAUSAGE.
Fresh Meas of all Kirvds
Styles In Fall
Clerks Union Officers.
The Clerks Union hao elected the
following officers lor the ensuing
torni: C. A. Launor, president; Word
Hall, lco president; Clint Little, sec
ond vice president; Vligil Johnsey,
secretary and tieaburur; U. 11.
Hills, guardian, and Guy Orr, guide.
S. M. McClauahan, Advocate agent.
Strangers and lsltors in town uio es
pecially welcome. PleaBe note hours
and be on time. Dr. Hunter, pastor.
Central Christian Church.
Tbo pastor, W. T. Hilton, will preach
at the morning service the annual ber
mon ' for th Christian Woman's
Hoard of Mission, subject: "The Plncj
of Women in tho Advance of Chris
tianity." In the evening at S o'c'ock
ltev. l:. Owons, supeilntendent of Hl
ble schools in the Christian chinch
for, the State of Texas will preach
Hov. Owens will also speak to Sunday
behool workers tonight and will take
patr In tho Sunday school serlvco at
0.30 a. in. Ilcv. W. T. Hilton, pastor.
Turn th searching white light t
inspection and tilal on our cannil j
fruits and cgftublcb nnd 'OiiTl give
tho abovo opinion
Carefully selected, sound, ripe fruit
nnd vegetables aro tho only on?s lli.it
are canned by the Military, cein
canneries that put up our supplies .
ou nro certain of the best (as good,
if nnt l.oflor tlmn hnnie-m.'ldol when f
.miu buy your cannd goods lire,
full lino carried.
Is the most appropriate gift that
Anyone could give for Christmas
uch less on a 1
iMow is the time,
on't neglect it,
ee GlenrA. Coulson
oerj thing electrical can bo had from
Duck at a icodeiate price. Phone him
Knlko's for Iron beds.
Raiko's for center tables.
Halko's for easy chairs.
Noble & KimtaiQugh
WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF LOOSE STONES, ALSO
MOUNTED IN BAR PINS, EAR SCREWS, RINGS, BROACHE8,
PENDANTS, NECKLACES, ETC. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW
YOU. CALL AND SEE US.
THEfflr GLEN A. COULSON
i he mmm Trade!
Parties who called to seo heroic
my optical department had been com
pleted can now retain and have their
DIl. WM. O. PFA13FPLU.
Removal Sale ol Millinery.
Miss Vail (111 Mitchcm announced
thill sho will roinovo her milliner,
store to Tho Fair Januaiy 1st, and
tbut, beginning Monda, sho will ol
for nil trimmed nnd pattern hats ut
greatly iciluied prices. She Invites
an Inspection of her stock.
Their Baby Dead.
Tho jear old baby of -Mr. and Mr.
Frank Downing which died Friday ev
ening was burled jestcrdiiy nfloruoon
In KaU Mount cemetery nller fcur
ilco at tho homo on West Cornelia
stroi't, conducted by llov. K. I) lleoce.
Friends aro iu slncoro s)iuiath.v wltn
tho boreal ed parents.
Saturday Culture Club,
Tho Suluidny Culture club nun
with Mlsh Yeina Clnrk. Roll can
wns unsnoied by facts and ilguies.
Mib. W, 11. Wlbu heard tho Iobboii on
tbo Quiou Anno ngo of llteialure,
with Swift, Addison and Pope. In a
sociul tosslon the UoatOkH sorvcil
cako, coffee and cand,
Tliere's just one place in town lo get the ;';
smait new footwear styles in demand lliis X
season at the leading universities and that is
light here in our store. Our latest shipment y'
of Rcgals includes a number of popular X
" "Varsity" styles that ure sine to win the '
approval of young men hereabouts. ?
Every one of these Regal models has the
" thoroughbred " character of a custom-built X
shoe and we guarantee custom fit and
Tom. II. Weaver nnd Willis Frenci
O. T. Whlto and Susie Sanders.
Will T. Hall and U-uu Harmon.
A. A. AnuUtcad nnd ICtta Loutmau.
S. J. Mauley and Yiilllu 1oafmau.
C. Leo Man ley mid Mnmlo Dtan.
S J. Cotton and Sarah K. Uiwls.
H. W. Atkins and Mottto Dmm.
Judge Hall ordered an election yen
leiday In the Lone Cotton Wool
chool district for Doe. 2S, for the pur
pose of doteinilnlug whether or not
the special tax shall be reduced from
60o to 15c. Tho petition Was headeu
by K. K. Sumrow, 1" others following.
Dr. D. It. Waddle, specialist, pye,
ear, nose and throat. Glasses fitted.
Opera Hotiso block.
Defore you buy furniture or stoves
of any description get our prices.
Ilnlke's Furniture Store.
Italkc's for ladles writing desks.
nalkc's for library tables,
CHRiSTMAS PRESENTS A
Is easily solved It 5011 will lslt X
our Store and soo the Iieauiiful j
Silk Murrlcrs in all colois, !!
Sweaters of all grades We are 'X
exclusive dealeis of tho It-O ,"
nnd Dun'ap Shoes for Mun :
To give OUU work a trial.
Irrespective of who Is doing your;
laundry work now If It isn't us wo J
can furnish jou a service that is
bettor In ovei :i.;cct.
Articles ent u cd to our caro lasti
tho longest bec.iu3o ft our gentlo
methods and freedom from the use
of strong preparations.
WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR CHRISTMAS STOCK OF CHINA
CLOSETS, SIDEBOARDS, DAVENPORTS, RUGS, CHAIRS, ETC.,
und can offer jou tometlilng mco in the Furniture line for a use
ful Christmas gift at a moderato cort We Invito you to call and
see our line.
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ALL NEW PICTURES
A Uenuliic Ouropean Acrobatic Novelty
Dainty Uuctlst und Change Artists
TtiUllE SHOWS, 2:30, 7M5- 8j(5 ADMISSION iOc
All New Motion Pictures
BOND, SURETY, FIRE, TORNADO
OR LIFE INSURANCE
J. H. VanAmburgh.
North Slilo Square. Doth Phones
ooks asud Su
Wo aro aguln ready to sene
our many friends and custom
ers. Our line is complete in
every rospoct, and good service
THE SOUTH SIDE GROCERS
IF WE CAN
DE OF ANY ASSISTANCE
DO NOT HESITATE TO CALL
IN SOLVING THE GIFT
UPON US. "WE HAVE
OUR PHONE IS S. W. 347.
See Our Show Window Of
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B. N. White
The Lyric Monday.
Manager LaiuMu Is mulling good on
Ills promise to give belter vaudovlll
this 6CUMJU chau over before auo
some cry classy nets have ben i e-
tented hero lately. For the first part
of this week 'tho bill Is beaded by
tho Hardaways offering n IJuropean
novelty acrobatic and equilibrist act.
Tbo Ilreadloys Sisters, iluotlt nnd
cUaugo aitlsU are auotber novoliy
that Is very pleating their net is suia
lo bo one of tho daintiest and pret
tiest conceivable. Willi two big
double acts, four .poopm, nnd the ben
to bo had in moving putures tho pro
gram is well worth seeing.
Is To Give Satisfaction
A satisfied customer li our boat
advertisement. Wo will give a Pre
mium to anyone who will "low" us
a dissatisfied customer.
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HA.DRSUN LUMPER COJ
Wesf of Kuty Depot
HOTEL AND BAFE
oiipopjtc Kaiy Sutlon.
FIRSrCUASB MEALS ON
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
I Richard f
.. Extracts, Toilet Water. Cream, y
X Nail Polishes. A full line ot
. those famous goods. Look at
X our window. .
Ford & Pennington
X Rexall store. Lowney Candy. &
It will pay you to make your so'octions early, while Wis
stock is so complete Novor have vc had sucn a variety to
ihoose from. Noici were tlie tallies better, and as gltts you
cannot find numbing iliat would bo appreciated more than
Chlnnware, Another beauty nbout his stock is, Its an open
stuck of the finest grade ilavliand China. You can mnko up
a full soj or')ou can fill lu one tlint has had pieces broKen.
lt us mnlio up n set for ou In elllior a 25 or 100 piece, in
the dcllcato hand painted designs of roses,' morning glory, the
gold bordetod soles, tho violet, or thy all whlto, at
Odd Pieces of China
Such as cako plates, beiry bonis, creamer and BUgar, celery
dishes, fancy Indltlduiil dishes of nil Muds, butter plates and
tho like, tho largo milk pitchers, etc., or the tall leinouado
pitchers, anything in the odd pieces In the China Is hero in
the decoiatcd and tho pain white, nnd Iho lowest Ji'lcea )ou
t-icr saw, for such high quality Make your selection today.
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