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THE MORNING HERALD, GREENVILLE, TEXAS
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A smart line of Sailors and Straw Hats, black and
$3.95 and $4.95
All The New Veils
Appropriate for wear with these good-looking Hats
50c to $1.50
Infants Silk Caps
Eig assortment Infants' Silk Caps; neatly trimmed
with dainty lace, ruffles and rosettes; priced at
50c to $1.50
NEWS IN BRIEF
. A Baby Girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Lster Yoe are tile
happy parents of a pretty baby girl
born at 10:25 last night and -weighing
Is Reposed as Sick.
.Mrs. John Lawless is reported as
quite III from influenza.
Commerce Mam Here;
Date Young of Commerce, was
the city jesterday on business.
Visiting His Sister.
O. Thompson, of Sherman, is Us
l:ing his sister. Mrs, B. Q. Eans.
Visiting in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sellers left es-
teiday for a visit to Dallas friends.
Reported as Quite Sick.
Clarence McKnit,ht is reported as
quite sick al his home on West Lee
1 on i t
Went to Cash.
J. Y. Darnell, cf Bonliam, was In
the city jesterday and went to Cash
last nigh: to visit a sick relative.
Visiting In Dallas.
Mrs. Gus P'larr nnd sister. Sirs.
Isaac Reece went to Dallas yester
day to see the "Flying Frolic."
MOTHER OF OR.
PASSED AWAY AT HER HOME IN Trices ra:
TENNESSEE A FEW DAYS- iSecd R
ri JJ ta
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M. 4. ' T
My mother died at my brother's
residence in Jackson Countjv Tennes
see, on the seentli, just at 7 p. m.
and was buried by the side of my fa-.Jan-
ther, who preceded her by about flf- Mar"
teen years. JIay
If shp had Hi nl until next Jantinrv Ju'"
she would hate been 83 jears old.
She was a membf-r of the Church of
Christ and said a little while before
Bhe died, to her baby boy, Claude,
"Mother will no or be tny better. 1
may hate done wrong but I hae pray
ed our Dear Lord to forgive me and
I feel that He has" Her son, S. O.
O Den iB Alii!
it. 29:10c to 31.00c
,00 v27.90 29.35
27.25 27.25 2S.75
f26 60 26 60 28.35
2S.52 2G.52 27.90
.35 26.35 27.69
. .' OpenH(5ih:''Low. Close. Close.
Dec 29 37'$fpis! 21.35 27.35 28.61
Jan. 28.4G,i2WB" 20.60 26 60 28.12
no Jr In
or CO o
j. Visitors from Kaufman.
'Tlev. St D. Dollahlte And son, Samu
el, of Kaufman, visited Mrs. J. W.
Manning on Tuesday.
THE MOST VALUABLE COMMENTARY
IN THE WORLD
Peloubet's Select Notes
Every -Superintendent, Teacher and Scholar
Can Find in It His Own Personal Requirements
.... PRICE 51.35.... '"
Gee and Lawless
Home from Sulphur Springs.
Mrs Walter Monroe returned yester
day afternoon from a llsit with her
son in Sulphur Springs.
Returned to KIdd-Key.
Misses Inez Cantrell and Richelieu
Averi t, have relumed to Kidd-Key
after a visit with relatives in this city
War Work Notice.
Owing to the-ficl that Greenville
was closed yesterday the workers in
the War Work Campaign made very
little headway. The people do not
seem to realize "le seriousness of his
driye. It meaps more to us than ev
er if we think anything of our bojs.
I make a special appeal to the citi
zens to meet at the Chamber of Com
merce Thursday morning at 9 o'clock
and we will start a house to house
campaign that day. Don't fail to be
on hand. If jou are not a quitter
jou will he there, T. R. Davis, Chair
man Precinct No. 1
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Bible Study Club to Meet.
The Bible Studv Club will meet to
day, at three o'clock at the home of
MjsL.Cf' LsjEhler.tonjJoncg qtoyfy (
OO V WA. itpua KM''-' OJ vJiill
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bethell left ves-
Lterday for. .Dala-i to aend tho ,"Fly.
Visiting Her Uncle.
Mrs. J. O. Moss, of Cooper, known
as Miss Bess Carpenter, Is visiting
her uncle, Johnson Bush on Sayle
2703 Lee Street
Attending Flying Froli.-..
f-Wilburn Butler andtiMiSs i Dollie
Monts6merxi ilcfj'u fgtrdajijfo Dab'
las where they will attend (he. Fly
utin 't ' -.i::1: 'uiiiv jii!if&-
Went ts Dallas..
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lawrence and
baby, and Krs. r. H. Bunch and son,
T. H. Jr., went to Dallas to attend
the "Flying Frolic"
SUNDAY SCHOOu TO HAVE
At the Washington Street Baptist
church classes, at 4 to 5 p. m. and 6:30
to 8 p. m. each evening tils week.
Miss Faith McCoimack of Dallas,
Elementary Sunday School worker
for he Baptist General Conientlon.
of Texas, is giving these instructions.
She gave a splendid address Sunday
evening at the church and organized
a fine class Monday eiening.
"Winning to Christ" taught frpm
H to 5 p. ,m., and "Plans and PrV
igranis" fo elementary workMyi'fronVhfcfy(
Sf 30 to 8 pf m. Taking tWtfellWo Vft
titles one. to scab. No. 2)idf,No.:j;,
of the Normal Manual course of C,t
Sunday School Board at Nashville.
J. D. Allen.
Wednesday Bible Class.
The Wednesday Bible Class will
meet at the First Baptist church at 3
o'clock this afternoon. Members
please study lesion 2 and 3.
The Priscilla Club.
The Prisclllia Ciub will meet at 2:30
this afternoon with Mrs. Johnson
Bush, al her hoaie on North Sale
street. Every member 1? requested to
COOK WITH GAS
The Cheapest Kitchen Fuel
Greenville Gas Co.
2909 Lee Street
A True Patriot
BUYS THE SECURITIES OF HIS GOVERNMENT
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS BECAUSE
IT'S YOUR PRIVILEGE
HEINATZ INVESTMENT CO.
Underwent Serious Operation.
Mrs. Lee Manljy of Campbell un
derweni a serious operation yester
day in a local hospital. She is re
ported to be getting along as well as
could be expected. (
CLYDE HENRY , .
DtED ON, TUESDAY,
Mrs. Clyde Henry died at 5 o'clock
Tuesday morning al the family home
nine miles ' south of the ci.y. Sl.e
died from the effects of Influenza af-
tonlin Hlntss of ten d'lVdllTho body
jwae.brought to thei city and prepared
for burial and win De lateen 10 me
Bikes Cemetery where intrmtat will
be at 2 o'clock this af ernoon. She
was 23 years old and was a member
of the Methodist church.
She is surviied ty her husband, one
adopted child, an! her mother, Mrs.
The family have the sympathy of
many friends In their bereavement.
HURLED DWHJW SHELLS UNTIL
VILLAGtB?ETS OF MOUZY
son for it,
Wednesday, Nov. 13, 1918.
We have fbe largest assortment of ToHet Articles,
such &s the-latest odors' in Perfumes, Toilet Waters,
Pace Powders', Creams and Talcum . . .We also
carry a fresfi'lot of fine Candy at-all times,-in pack
ages of from one-half to two pounds.
CASSJ.E S DRUG STORE
rmles in France,
here was no rea-
erj' hour of the
hi, despite the fact
there wereTfeome 600 aged men and
women in the vilfage, of Mouzay, the
Germans atfachdd'it with gas. There
was oniy ajgD3auraeiacnmeni oi
American tfjJlpdYlere and tho
was no longi
oAany strategical value.
'made the direct tar-
'nwim pnosgene. xne
Into the town un
cked with the poi
es. teiennone3 anu
in carrying the or-
gpttlng. ordjpjg the, frop ( Iine, , N?l-
n-ftl.nlnnjtbiri.jti'n,n(..i1 flnliltnn lt.Ai
get of shell:
til oery s;
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Notice to Masons.
All members of Greenville Lodge
of Masons are invited to attend the
funeral of our deceased brother, CapL
IL W. Ridley, at Campbell, at 3
o'clock this afternoon. W. Rosenberg,
S. W. '
Fred Wiseman Here.
Fred Wiseman Oi SL Louis, Is in
tbe city, .representing the Corticeili
Silk company. Fred was in Com
merce yesterday a-d returned last ev-einig.
Gebhardt College of Music
4010 West Lee Street (Dr. Swindell's Former Rresidence)
Down Town Studio. Upstairs, King Bldfl., Corner Wesley ard Lee Streeh
GREENVILLE. TEXAS i
A high class School of Music in all branches .riano. Violin, Voice,
Harmony, Composition, Ear Training, Music History Complete
courses are offered leading to teachers' certificates and diplomas. '
Classes now open for enrollment for beginners. Intermediate and
advanced pupils. :: :: :: For further lmformation apply to
DR. R. W. GEBHARDT
PHONE 1157. DIRECTOR.
Formerly Director of a College of Music In New York City for Twenty.
L Six Year, and Ten Years In Texaf,
Injured in Auto Racina.
Gober McNebb of Vowell, was slight
ly Injured Tuesday on East Flke.
Two cars were reported racing; one
car turned over and the second car
ran Into it Mr. McNebb was taken
to a local hospital and It was found
that his Injuries were slight
Secretary Fhilllps Coming.
At the Washington street -Baptist
church, beginning Wednesday evening,
secretary W. P. Phillips, of Dallas,
Sunday School socialist of the Bap
tist General Convention of Texas,
will give popular lectures on Sun
day Schools. The hours will be from
8 to 9 each evening and will extend
through Sunday. There is no better
Sunday School man in Texas, and ev
erybody is cordially invited to attend
these lectures. In connection with
his work Mils Ruth McCormack, of
Dallas, teachcj a ttudy class for ele
mentary workers from 6:30 to S
o'clock p. m. She has a splendid
class. All are invited of eery
name. 3. D. Allen.
did on Sum
tho day ,tt
mg1 to -plan
sent to i
c: Hard fighting they
" hold back the Amer-
were able to bring
upt end at the
officers of the
disposed early in
the hour of 11
The day began
1 1 i
'fnot beeA avSharp
HCT Wei merman
ay. The Ameri-
that orders were
Some Like Them Stuffed
Some like them plain, and some like them in combi
nation form; they are delicious any way you use them
OF COURSE '
And there is Dromedary Cocoanut, and Dromedary
Tapioca, too. We have them all. Dall Phone 11Q4.
P. S. We now have our entire dree back after a
siege of the "flu." Service is result.
Wise, Duniven & Wise
QUALITY QUANTITY SERVICE
Cotton Seed Meal $2.85
Red Rooster Brand
Manufactured Only by
Greenville Cotton Oil Mill
Best grades of McAlester
CoaL Heat-er and Stove Wood.
Lee M. Pool, Phone 413. 49-tf
ALDERS ON RED ASH'Mc
I sell your neighbor; ask'him.
Wood. Phone 413. Lee M. Pool
WILL MAKE DEMANDS
OF VON HINDENBURG
Amsterdam, Nov. 12. -A soldiers'
council has been formed at the front
and will submit Us demands to Field
Marshal VooHindenburg tomorrow, ac
cording to a dispatch received here to
day from German headquarters.
NORTHERN FLEET IS IN
CUSTODY OF COUNCIL
Died at Camp Travic
Mrs. V. E. O'Neal has recehed a
telegram stating that Guy Moorehead
of Sulphur Springs had died of pneu
monia at Camp Travis. The body
passed through hrre yesterday at ten
o'clock and the luneral services were
held yesterday at 3 o'clock at his
parvnts homo In Sulphur Springs.
Amsterdam, Nov. 12. The entlia
German northern fleet is in the hands
of the soldiers' councils, as well as the
Island base of Heligoland, according to
a telegram from Dfemen.
Excellent Line of Pipes.
We have an excellent line of pipes
and would be glad to have you call In
wid examine them. The prices will
won't hurt your pocket book. Beck
ham Pharmacy. 19-tf.
PRESSING DANGER OF STARVA-
TION FORtteSREQUEST FOR
London, Novels. Germany has re
quested the. President of the United
States, according' to a German wire
less from BerlinJ-to arrange immediate
ly for the opijtn,tag(,of Peace negotia
tions, there , being a grave danger of
famine. "",Vr.yJ ,
The message-was sent by Foreign
Secretary S,q1i;o Secretary of State
Lrnsing, and reads: k
"The armistie;being concluded, the
German Eovernmentreauests the Pres
ident of the.IyjftedStates to arrange
lur me uiieiipngtuwpeute uesuuauuiia.
ior tne purpose ot tneir accelera
tion the Gennamfgovernment proposes
first ot all to .tSEe Into view the con
clusion of a'Rrelimriary peace and ask3
for a commuSfcatFon as to what place
and at what ''.time the negotiations
might beghvj-'V-'-V '
"As there-:isJa pressing danger of
famine, theCGbViftan government is
particularly wwaus for the negotia
tions to beginMmmedfately."
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Exchange and Storage. ,
We selI,..ibuyoxcnange or -store
your-furnttdre.' Free from mice and
dust. B. S. Chandler, the furniture
St. Louis, Nov. 12. St. Louis strin
gent influenza ban will be lifted
Two yeatsTB&irHient 3 months in
hospital undeTpljonlSbJi and bowel spe
cialists for JMl($ifRtis, auto-intoxication,
etc., JaJUraHsed awful bloat
ing and colIcraHIRi: My friends gave
me up. I retwbiix htome and on the ad-'
vice of MrsgHsftt.a friend, tried
Mayr'siWonderrur.Remedy with won
derfiil results RnoV in best ot
it is as(mpie, narraiesf prep-
at aration that h
Furs for Christmas Gifts
New Shipment of Furs, Scarfs and Muffs
Taupe, Brown or"Re Fox Scarfs $27.50 to 559.50
Coney Scarfs $12.50 to 527I5O.
Muffs in Beaver, Black and Brown Coney.S18 45 to $24.50
New arrivals-ankGeorgette ,Blouses; Suit Shade, White
and Fles,li .fl..c . fll .fc $? 8g tQ .
1 - - -1 Jl Jl 31 31
neaiLn. il is a.si
r. r. 1 .. .
eWovesUhe catarrhal mu-Sir
from tlevWidbtinal tract and al-'u.
, lays me lmianxmiruon which causes
Turkey Pickers Wanted. i practically all"stoai5cn, liter and intes- "
Men or women. We have women now .final ailmentSNhKluding appendicitis. 3
One dose wjlT'conviace or money re-.ffi
funded. Gee'sV'Oniir Store and drue-
69-tf gists everywhef e-
making from'?2.50 to $3.50 per day.
Come ready to work. White Pro
duce Co, St. John street.
rour Soldiers Package S
Cahforma Famous Chocolate Shop" Chocolate
In 1-Pound Redwood Boxes
This box fits the regulation size Eed Cross box and
leaves a space for you to put other delicacies.
Call in and let us show them to you. See our window.