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.Wednesday, Nov. 13," . 1918-
;THE MORNING HERALD, GREENVILLE; TEXAS.
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need a fall
-If you do,; Here's a
good one good in
style, but moire im
portant . g o o d in
-Made it; all wool and
carefully tailored; in
all the new colorings.
It's a military style;
one of many smart
Box Coats, Slip-Ons
whatever, --y o u "like
best. i , ..
Ccpyrist 191S II jt EciaHaer Hast
CRYSTAL OFFERS PRIZE TO ONE
Now that fcaiserism has-been over
whelmed by the forces ofi democracy,
the mighty German war machine lorn
to biU ami. in wild fllght.'-'the world
conquest dream shattered and William
' Hohenzolleni himself, the ex-kaiser,
under the allies" surveillance in "Hol
land and who, to all intents,. will soon
be delivered into the hands of Foch,
iv.'fca' shall lip tho kaiser's 'finish?
Wilhelm. the mad baby-butcher of;
Potsdam, who has the lood of ten
JTulU.in people staining - hi3 soul, at
last before Uie bar of justice! AVhat
wcuid be a fitting punishment for so
vtc a wretch? What is your idea of
the kaiser's finish? ;', .
Let your :ni:.d go bacfc-.throjgh the
awful toUr years of the kaiser's crimes,
sit down and write-'your.jdea of what
should he the kniser'3 finish and mail it
to the-Crystal Theater, which will give
a Iiand ;ome -prize to the one whose
imaginat'on is the mo.st. vivid. The
test ones will be-publislied.
DIED AT TERRELL
BODY WAS BROUCHT rlERE AND
FUNERAL TOOK PLAOE MON
i V. A .
' DljJL PICKLES :-.
A nice wag io bug them, in one ;.
Wesley Steward Meeting.
The Stewards of Wesley Methodist
church met last night and organized
by electing the foltowlngiofficials:
T. D. Starncs was elected chair-:raon-of-trip
Board, and J.'A. McMur
tnfy secre ary. I. M.Spprlock, treas
urer, Ir. Sam G. Duff vice chairman,
Kd Williams prerftt reporter. J. SI.
Spsrlock chairman of, 'the usliers.
W. Y. McAdams died Sunday morn
ing at three o'clock at Terrell from
an attack of influenza. Tho remains
were Brought, to Greenville Monday
morning at nine thirty, and taken at
once io Stringer's Undertaking Par
lors. Mr. McAdams was thirty - nine
yars old and'unmarried. Ho former
ly lived at Caddo Mills. He was a
nephew of MrsA S. Jloore, Jlrs. A.
L. McAdams. J. 15. and K. I!. Kins
of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Y. O. Mc
Adams of Pallas, and a brother of J.
D. McAdams tf Clarendon, all of
whom were herb () attend the funeral,
excep: Y. 0. McAJams who failed to
reacjt here on account of trains.
Tiie funeral Tto place Monday af
ternoon at three o'clock with, burial
in East Mount Cemetery- The servi
ces were conducted by Itev. Graham
The many beautilul floral offirrings
attested the love and sympathy of
friends. ' ".
HIGH SCHOOL AND
THE BEST GAME OF THE SEASON
RESULTING IN A TIE
OF 0 TO 0.
'ilT " - " M II
ALVIN REECE OF BLUE
RIDGE IS DEAD.
A death which casl gloom over the
entire community was that of Alvan
Pickens Reece, ci Blue Bidge. wl:q
died on November " of pneumonia,
Mr. Recce was twenty-fire years
old on November S, and at. the time
Collectors, Dr S. Duff. J. II. Worrells. ,- ,lis .,,,, -, mnnRlr(, hv n,. Finst
and W. WSockwell.'. J, i English XMmMl BanI: or Ine n"M- '- frfa
chalrman-of the muslcaUcommitteVs.
Committee 'on pubfic "worship, P. B.
Soclavcll, It. -Ma
I nge of twelve ho became a member
;of M'.o Missionary Bap 1st church. He
sr. J. B. sonelto. ff Miller., 0wenyi,,;& wllf !,,, v,a raised ,to
out.comm.Uec. M WIIKanw, lho bn d of K ur MaSon
Pcapington. TV". V.
-T ir . T- 7...t. r.' r. t. -.t... .1
r. -u. utv, JUu ruH.ii. u. u. il. au.,in Jtimlary iSj:j, ,Jo carried Misb
"ic """"" "1"'"-'- ' ' Oloda Mclllofl.luo Hidgo last JIay.
Following-arv .he ushers. J. M. Spur IliMoraI ervlc( wrrP UeU Et :matl
"c .Mii!itinr ai i: tn p r a i ..
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ximmtjMuijm11 hw.-jw wMmriww rwinwniwii
I WILE BUY ALL ISSUES OF YOUR
. 'LEBE&TY BO88&
WILL PAY HIGHEST MARKET PRICE.
Lavy Building Greenville, Texas
.-. , .... -.- .. xia.r. . . i.ar- Ri(1 Tu(!Sd.,yv ctcrnooi: tinder, t
mrr !ry-nftlacl:. OMn-McWMrtcr.l,,, of thc Eh!p RWgp Ma'or
,u. J. .uisfiiuar, ,i.uViUr?vesauu-.v.
'B. Hifareu. ,4- f . . ,.
Thi pastors salary -was fixed at
2,600 a year.
lolgt. assisted by' the
Mr. Roece s survived by, hia.ifo,
father, two brothers, one lister atii)
Notice to Tax Pavers. ' a host of friends. One of his' brojiers
Notice is hereby given.' to all tai'R- Beece is principal' of tho High
One of the best football, games that
the fans have had an opportunity of
f-ceing was tho game yesterday after
noon by the High s'hool team and
the Burleson scrubhs, Fouts' second
team showed some good team work
and put up a good fight against High.
High played a good game owing
to the fact that about half of the first
team w.-w out of thc game nnd their
plac-ij had to bo. filled by scrubs.
UotU 'teams failed '.o get closer to the
goal than seven . yards during the
game, so tho game ended 0 to 0.
Fraily, a' new backfield man on
I High showed lip good making some
good gain? through the lines and
catching two long passes one for
about twenty yards. Brown, al
though being up from the Terrell
game last week, vas in tho game as
usual and tjie o 'ier players on the
High team pluye'i i good game. Sov-I
oral of the Burleson men stayed and
all the team plnvejL a good game.
i j : jiLtn:
WANT AMERICA TO
HOLD HUN COLONIES
London, Nov. 12. Commenting bn. j
the question of Uie disposilian of Germany's-colonies,"
the Manchester Guar-:
d'an MLVfrtltat come of thorp in'ereM-,
ed i.i colonial qujftion.i me asking
whether the time is no., cotuinr when
'.'.America "will rec'onsfdir, her ait nude
in 'regard -to undertaking; territorial olh
iigctidns In the b.iclm crd r-t, jn, of
"If the administration of Onu'U col
tnin. ii to to aiklel! to. '.he already
mormons burdtn rejiiag -upon the
UnlHIi cinj'n-," tie paper nr.ys, ' ::.ir
i-j'deri. if it is r:vrl.-d a!o:i by v ,
ir even shaji'd n ronto manr.fij bt -twein
Groat Britain and Franco, -ij
b'.eqpe altdther tno imwiehU. Ihi i
ia fWit need M.cblauIr.I adm! i.'retlo?
OTi th6 effmitht, H'joral-mlnde'i help
whiclr Amw-ica. could ntipply."
Motor or Hprse-Drawn Funerals
. Private Motor Ambulance
payera of the City of Greenville, that
1 am now prcpavd to collect and re
ceipt for all taxes due the City lor
tho year 191S. rieaso call' early and
avoid the rush in the last, few days.
Mrs. IL Q. .TOI.BERT, City Tax As
sessor and Collectoi. 51-tf.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Two rings in a silk bag. Finder
phone 49s and receive 5oU reward. No
questions will be asked if rings aro re
2902. W. Lee Street,. Gxaenville, Texas
Norman & 8n
OFFICIAL TRANSFER AGENTS FOR ALL
Have disposed of all their horses and vehicles and have install
ed motor cars and trucks for both passengers and baggage.
We are now prepared to give the public prompt -and efficient
service 'in the city and all points in the country.
OFFICE: NEW BECKHAM HOTEL
PHONE 33, DAY OR NIGHT ALWAYS READY TO GO
In Slightly Used
One Maxwell, srood as new, good paint and tires.
One Oakland Light Six, '18 model, good as new
One Dodge Brothers Car, perfect condition.
One Chalmers, 6, 7-passcnger, new paint, new top, good tires.
One Ford-Smith form truck, good condition.
Above cars have been taken in on Moon Light 6 cars
and are real bargains '
Call at Steele's Garage or Phono 330. Call for Demonstration.
LEWIS & STEELE
mrxenarerwM yw.Ty : f.TTT.qyreTagiiwna
a a a j us
Phone 80 Day or Night
WANTED To rent, 2 or 3 unfurnish
ed rooms for light housekeeping. Ad
dress 'W. G. S.," care Herald. ."5G-lf
FOBRENT Light.housekeupins apart
ments, cloe in. Phone. GC4.-M. G0-C3
FOR RENT Nicely furnished light
housekeeping rooms, close', in: 203
Henry. Call JS90 after 4 p. m. Mrs.-
W. ATBrown. -, 59-tf
FOR RENT Good business roK.;WP5
1ey street; floor space 40x45 fL; exclu
sive sales room,' part of JCofP. BIdg.
Apply J. A. rhiliips at Messenger of
fice, . ' :.-. "S3-tf
FOR SALE One sow and nine fine
pigs,C weeks old: not registered, but
good stock. Blione Ernest W. Wolfe
at Wesley College. df.S-C5w2t
FOR SALE Seven-room house, and
lot lOuxlGQ feet, situated on Welling
ton street; lias large barn. Terms to
suit purchaser. Want to sell at once;
going to leave town. Apply Herald of
FOR SALE CO-acre sandy land farm,'
GH: miles trail Greenville; fair im
provements; $65 per acre; will trade
for city property. J. W. Sinclair. 312-tf
fun haw tjiose in moueru nome;
will take auto as part pay; ho junk.
Phone 1247-M. 51
FOR SALE Dodce Roadster in nood
condition; iias 'just been thoroughly'
overhauled by Dennis Garage. J. J.
jjowrey A: uo- -omcc over livprcss
Company's office.' 35-tf
FOR SALE Good 4-room house, sew
erage, gas, bath and lights, on good
lot, well located, suitable terms. Phone
12S. J. V. Kizer. GO-tf
mt? 3AT.P l.ril v,. .1 a I n- on.., rrw-
ers, demountable rims; bargain for
cash or ror Liberty Uonds. Leo M.
FOR SALE Chevrolet: snap if taken!
at once. See C A. P.ischall ut Per
kins Bros. Co. , . ' 00-tfl
UNSKILLEn LABOR Local U. S.
Employment Bureau at Cliaiuber of
Commerce Is recruiting unskilled labor
for Virginia war plants; good images
and other splendid Inducements. Apply
to W. C. Weeden. local esgmiiner in
charge, at Chambtr of Commerce. 57-tf
The Times joins in sympathy with
the family and f'ineds in their sor
row. FArmersville Tim'cs:
TOM McCONNELL Expert
sewing machine' repairing; also
umbrellas re-coverea ana re
naired. Will be at Inelish Ho
tel, Phone 567. 56-2tp
To the Trade and People of Green
ville 1 have bougl't the Greenville
Vulcanizing Plant and will continue
the business under the old name, 'at
2T14 S. Stonewall Street.
TJio plant wilt be equipped to lie one
of tl'te best in Texas, in workmanship,
service and price. Our terms are cash,
work or guarantee.
Phone us; we will call and get your
tires dnd tubes, and return them.-
Greenvllle Vulcanizing Plant: R. S.
Irhy, Prop. G2-G!
The First Real Norther.. "
"Will catch you. without a good heat
er, ;r you do not call phone 33d. wo
have heaters, .pipe, boards and cook
stoves, oil stoves and oil heatera.
Kindling to sell. B. S. Chandler, who
Home owners have been
using "Garlandn." These
Stoves have proven so sat
isfactory that over four
millions already h: vc gone
in use. And each season
the ponularity oi "Gar
Perhaps you woui ' like
a handsome base bu Tier.
Then, byall means, see Ihe
famous "Art Garlan ."
Want a good heater 10
that won't waste fuel? V
"Regal Garland" is th-answer.
The War is ver
NOW ENJOY YOURSELVES IN A FEW HOURS'
ENTERTAINMENT WITH BOTH PICTURES
.AND MUSIC AT THE
CONTINUOUS SHOWING 1 P. M. TO 11 P. M.
' POPULAR TRIPES
MATINEE AND NIGHT-PRICES WILL BE .THE
SAME IN THE FUTURE
wi Stairs &Ca &nd 13c
'Baioosty &c and 1c
A TREAT TO CELEBRATE OUR WONDERFUL
VICTORY IN THE WORLD - WAR
TODAY AND TOMPRROW
,- "THE 'GIRL YOU LOVE
DALLAS OFFICIALS TO
WEAR DRESS SUITS
p.illas, Nov. 12.--For tr.i first time'
in many, years some of the city offi
rlals will don dic- suits and high
hats tomorrow. -
It In a tilting day to "dress up," sug
gested a Dallas business man at the
pity hall Tuesday;. he urged liie mayor
and commissioners-to don full dress
suits. TiiefSgrPcd.' willi .tiie exception
of Commissioner Qtto '.Lang,. who Js
confined ;t6;lus Home on account- of
illneiis.' '"'. .?-'--
Wp appreciate jour cold drinit busi
ness that's why we are so particular
to ses that our drinks are always
served in a way that will cause you
to, think of Beckham rharmacy when
you want a cold drink. 29-tf
Best McAlester Coal. Prompt
delivery. Weathers Grain Com
All kinds of Watch Repairing at bo-foreithe-war
prices. Try me and be
Convinced. T, P. Flalg, in Weeden'?
Diug Store, next door to McBride's.
Directly, connects you with us.
Phone your drug store needs to us;
wo deliver at all hours. Beckham
Stove and Heater Wood
prompt delivery. McAlester
Coal. Lea M. PooL Phone 413.
"Sauce For "The Goose1', ij
OPERA HOUSE EMPL07S
E. L. SPURLOCK
A. : ': 5
I Buy Liberty Bonds
From Three Years' Suffering. Say '
Cardui Made Her Well.
Texas City, Tex. n an interesting
statement, $lrs. G. H. Schill, of this town,
says: "For thi ?e years I suffered untold
agony with ,my head. I was unable to
do any .of my work.
I just wanted to sleep all the time, foi
that was the only ease I could get, when
I was asleep. I became a nervous wreck
Just from the awful suffering with my
I was so nervous that the least noise
would make me jump out of my bed. I
had no energy, and was unable to do
anything. Aly son, a young boy had to
do all my IxDuschold duties. -
I was not able to do anything until 1
took Cardui. I took three bottles in all,
and it surely cured me of those awful
headaches. That has been three years
Ego, and I know the cure is permanent,
for I have never had any headache since
taking Cardui. . .
Nothingrelievedmeuntil I took Cardui.
It did wonders for me."
Try Cardui for your troubles made
Irctn medicinal ingredients recommended
i.: medical books as being of benefit in
female troubles, and 40 years of use lias .'
proven that the books are right. Begin
taking Cardui today. NC-134
JL&T, Cousins Shoes
For Discriminating Women
Fall's Neivest Models
the Most Critical
In addition to the absot
lulo usiirance of thor
oughly dependable qual
ity and correct style,
which Mliese famous
Cousins Shpes convey,
this store offers a cotir
toons, careful-, .-.service.-
that makes shopping bore a genuine incisure, and
skilled fiftingthat insures foot-comfort.
Your interests' are considered first in qualitv
slyle and lit and last t'6'r wealva3'-s say, "Satis
faction Guaranteed." . '
New -Shipment Phoenix Hosiery
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