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THE MORNING HSSALD, GREENVILLE, TEXAS
-WeHries'day, Nov. 13, 1918,
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f Interest To
TIMtlASTN'GHTi OF COUNIY OEAO
Buying j3J8 ,
"Something to Wear"
WoTssnt3rslpiaiKUiniodcs, , jusj; delightful, just
as fiesU aud original as those offeredat the beginning of
If you i"an a Suit, Coat, Dress or Hat, pay us a visit this
week aud v lect from the many charming styles we are
allowing-. Special attention is called to our
Ladies' and Misses' Coats
jWpjy "iavc j ist arrived, featuring fur- and self-trimmed
modelc, developed in Broadcloth, Velour, Plush, Kersey,
Bolivia. Drvot de Laine andvother materials. Full back
and nev- ;sl belted models; priced at-
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Skirts Find Many Uses Nowdays
A sepaTVs "Skirt is a most essential requisite to every woman's wardrobe, especially in
Autumn. lany occasions present opportunities o wear a Skirt and Waist when it is
undesirable to be attired in a, dressy outfit. .These Skirts of Serge, Satin, Gaberdine,
Poplin, b c, are Fashion's latest offerings; and attractively priced. . . .$5.90 to 513.85
GREENVILLE CELEBRATED THE
ADVENT OF PEACE IN HILA- I
Tuesdaj was set as the time tut the
celebration of peace and the victory
over the Huns. Perhaps no person now
liing will ever see an occasion for a
similar celebration, as the world will,
be so changed that such a war will1
never be w aged again.
Early in the morning the sound of
whistles and HiewDrks was begun and
ccalinued until midnight. At 11:55 in
fie morning a crowd of perhaps 2,000
marched to the Katy depot to welcome
Jack Beall, the first of our Greenville
bojs to return fioni.the battle front, j
The procession was headed by the
Green ille Band to do honor to the re
turning fighter. The procession then
marched down Lee fetreet to the square
where where rousing talks were made
by Rev. Graham McMurray, Ttev. M. L.
Hamilton and, Judge Gates. The rest
of the day was spent in riding and
walking around and generally enjoy
ing themselves by the crowd.
Last .night as soon as it was dark
the fun began on Lee street, and the
populace was deafened by the noise of
crackers, Roman candles, rockets and
autos with all sorts of nol3e-producing
affairs, all parading-up and down the
streets and around the square, each
trjing to outdo all the others. Fire
works were set off in great quanties
and it reminded old-timers of the
Christmas nights of peverai jears ago,
before the city dads clamped the lid
down fast and tight on such doings.
The noise and fireworks made such n
realistic representation of the battle
of the .Manic that It seemed dangerous
to "go over the top'' on tho street. This
amusement was kept up until nearly
midnight, when sweet peace and quiet
settled down on the tovvn
On the square In the afternoon there
was a salute fired with anvils of six
guns. In honor of the following
CAPTAIN R. W. RIDLEY PASSED
AWAY AT HIS HOME IN
Another prominent man and a Con
federate Eoldicr passed awaj on Tues
day at 2 o'clock m. at his home at
Campbell from influenza. Capt. Rid
ley was one of tht best known and
best men In Hun- Counts, and was
esteemed and respected fpr his worth
and influence for all that is good.
His health had been bad for sever
al years, although hi- had been serious
ly ill for only a few dajs from the in
fluenza. Capt. Ridley was born in Alabama
and was 78 jears old, and had lived
in Campbell since 1868. He was a
christian and a member of the Ma
sonic order. He was also, a Confed
erate Veteran having been a Captain
in the artillery. He was engaged in
farming and stock raising la terly.
He is survived by three children,
Lieut. Bert Ridley now in France;
Mrs. Bojd Bagwell of Commerce;
and F. R. Ridley, postmaster at Camp
belL, His wife died about thirty
3 ears ago.
Tne funeral will be at his home In
Campbell at 3 o'clock this afternoon
and the services vill be conducted by
tho pastor of 'he Piesbyterian church
of Commerce, and burial In the Brig
A large express shipment of Warner's Guaranteed
Rust - Proof Corsets Models for Regular, Slen
der and Stout Figures In Both Pink and White
First good Improvements, let el land;
for President Wilson; second for, $1,250; $300 caah.
$1,000 FARMS FOR SALE.
60 acre3 $ miie3 northwest from
Greenville, on main road, close to
schuol; goo J improvements, 55 acres
in cultivation; price $75; $1,000 cash
14 acres 7 miles north of Greenville
on main Celeste Greenville road; all
in cultivation and 20 acres good bot
tom land; price $75; $1,000 cash.
12 acies about 12 miles northwest
fiom Greenville, close to small town.
Corao in and examine our line of
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Make Quarter Pint j!
of Lotion, Cheap;;
AH Full Paid Qoupon
Bonds of the 4th Liberty
. .Loans arjeReady to
i Deiiver Now
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Here i told how to prepare, an inex
pensive lemon lotion which can be used
to" brine hack to inr skin tV. trf
Jreshncss, epf tness, whiteness and beauty.
It... s..: a . .
jui. iuito m -.wo ircsa lemons Etrained
into a bottle containing three ounces ol
orchird white m-ikcs a whole quarter
pint .of tbe'most-remarkahle lemon skin
btautificr at about the eost'one mustpav
for a Email jar of the prdinarv cold
creami. Care should be taken to'elrain
the lemon, juice through a fine cloth eo
Bemon PU,P Ee'8 in. then" this lotion
will keep fresh for months. Every
woman knows that lemon juice Is used to
bleach and remove such blemishes as
freckles, sallownees and tan, and is the
ideal skin softener, smoothener and beau
tifier. Just try It! Get three ounces of
orchard white at any pharmacy and two'
lemons from the grocer and make -ap a
quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant
lemon lotion and massage it daily Into
the face, neck, arms and hands, aid see
General Jo!m J. Pershing; third for A. U. HOLMES
iReld Marshal Epqh; fourth ifpr Mar- Insurance, Real Estate and Loans.
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IN THE SCHOOLS.
Patriotic exercises wore held in all
the schools of the city in the after- All. McAlester
noon and ronsisted of patriotic songs and StOVe Wood.
and talks. At tho High School Judco'Phone 413.
L. L Bowman and Dr. T. O. Perrln
made- talks that were said to be splen
did; in the Central School Walwprth
Harrison and Lieutenant George Long
were the spellbinders; in the South
ocnooi juuge . A-.Llark, made a
speechin. the.N,orlli School Rev. Mc-'
Prena'fe for the "die drive"
of the most Ruthless King of
Les M. Pool,
Turkey Pickers Wanted.
Men or women. We hav e women now
making from J 2.50 to $3 50 per day.
Come ready to work. While Pro-
-.. CORSET VALUE
Looks prove nothing excepting attraction. You must
wear u Corset to know its shape and feel its comfort.
Are fashionable models they respond to every
action of the body and always retain their shape,
becaiibe they are so scientifically designed and so
perfectly made. , . - '
WARNER'S ARE GUARANTEED CORSETS
We Commend Them to Your Attention
- $1.50 to $8
Warner's. Brassieres The proper thing to wear over
the Corset 65c to $2.00
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iu.ieo.0. r hii wn h L, AvVi, nd stoYe WoPo'Phone 413.
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At t!C cloe of the speeches in
all the oChools War Work cards were
passed to the children for them to help
ia the campaign. In the South School
Mrs. F. M. Kemp and John Lawless
passed the cards.
The children in all the schools were
delighted with t"ie celebrations and
thoroughl) enjojed the day.
I desire to sell mv- home, with or
without furniture, on reasonable terms.
Call me for appo'ntment to show prop
erty. Mrs. J. R. Burton, noom 104,
Beckham Hotel. 60-05
Charter Oak Cook
Stoves and Heaters
F. V. Ende's Insurance Agency
Fire, Explosion, Tornado, Parcel Post,
Automobile. Rents, Hall, Use and Oc
cupancy. Accident and Indemnity.
MEAT CAUSE OF .
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY
Against TIRE in our strong,
dependable companies. Don't
carry your own risk have
J. M. MASSAY
.THE GREENVILLE NATIONAL
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $500,000
Take a iGlass of Salts if Your Back
Hurts or Bladder Bothers
Meat Forms Uric Acid.
If jou must have your meat every
daj-. eat it, but flush jour kidneys
with salts occasionally, say a noted
authority who tells us that meat forms '
uric acid which ?!most paralyzes the
kidnejs in their efforts to expel It
fiom the blood. They become sluggish
and weaken, then jou suffer with a dull
misery in the kidney region, sharp
pains In the back or sick headache,'
dizziness, ;our stomach sours, tongue
Is coated and when the weather is bad
ou have rheuma'ic twinges, the urine
gets cloudy, full of sediment, the chan
Have Stood the test Of service nes of,cn Bet sore and irritated,
for Seventy years, and grOW,ob,1SlnSu to seek relief two or three
more popular with each added. ,lmes Uurlns the n,sit.
year. To neutralize these irritating acids
I to cleanse the kidneys and flush off
Ask your mother or grand- the bodys urinous waste get four
mother about Charter Oak Jounces of Jad Salts from anv phar.
pt&3. They Will tell yOU hOW,macy here; take a tablupoontul in a
itlS better tp bUV One than tO glass of water before breakfast for a
Wish yOU had. Please Call and few dajs and your kidnevs will then
let IIS ShOW them tO yOU while act fine. This famous salts is made
we iuiu is wmiuew. from the acid of grapes, and lemon
juice, combined with lithia, and has
been used for generations to flush and
sfmulate sluggish kidneys, also to
neutralize the acids in urine, so it no
longer irritates, thus ending bladder
Jad Salts is inexpensive; can not in
jure, and makes a delightful efferves
H5(We Pay Cash or Trade for Old
Stoves and Furniture
J, W. Sinclair
We have Just received a big shipment of BROWN SHOES, both in
Calfskin stock, f nhlgh and low heels. Just what you need to keep
Thcy Range in price from $5 to $12
E. W. Hasan Co
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Kid aid llll
your feet Mil
cent lithia-water drink.
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