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W. C. HOWMAN LUMHliR COMPANY CLASS INe 7 i i Q This Week ssortment of Veils ALL GRADES AIND COLORS AIRS. LOUISE FRIEDRICH Phone 1Q W. C. T. U. BY MRS. S. P. STL'BBS home of Governor and Mrs. VV. It. Stubbs. with Mrs. A. C. Zeh ner,.as uncial guest. A large company gathered and after In this work for God and home 7;e"A lA uiciiiirui 9 Vl Hit mate L;ai U Crfl" joyed an informal program of song and speech. Lillian Mitch- HA WEE YOU A HOUSE TO MOVE? If ho we are preVawi do the work, and handle the job in a satisfactory manner. It will ny you to fig- ure with us. Vu puree ajFYeasonable as is consis- tent to good wo$vVe eaji landle the most difficult job. See ns brfory'Oirfracfeiir yonr work to Home one else away from hne. iWlj.'iie home folks and can do the work as g4ol asnMne else. : : : MERIDITlf & JASPKR -n. n. rv mkriuith roh jrtftnFtf .t.i.S To Enlist Confederate Ex-Soldiers Brown wood, Tex.. April 19. T. A. Witcher, of this place and a leader of Confederate veterans believing a call to arms may be made at any time by either the Federal or Slate (lovernment, is askinir for Ion able bodied Con federate vetrans for the organ ization of a company of moimted men to be ready for the first call as State militia either by the State or Federal Government. Mr. Witcher believes that he will have no trouble in enlisting this number when it is known that such a movement is on foot. Claude Gill, of the J. M. Rad ford Grocery Company, of Abi lene, spent several days in our city this week. He was sur prised at the wonderful growth oflibhock sine he was here before. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I lorn, of Colorado, Texas, are visiting tiieir daughter, Mrs. James I.. I)ow, this week. 1 Married ' At the Presbyterian Manse, in i the west part of town Tuesday at 1:00 o'clock Mr. Andrew : Briggs Robertson and Mis8 Gladys Rossen were united in marriage, by Rev. .1. P. Word, 'pastor of the First Presbyterian church. Mr. Robertson is a son of A. B. Robertson, who ranches in , the east part of the county, and Miss Rossen is a sister of Mrs.' R. (. Pierce, of this citv. !ih are popular young people here and have many friends who wish them the greatest happi ness possible while journeying through life together. They left on the 2:15 train for the ranch, where thev will make their home in the future. W. R. and Karl Graves, of Crosbs ton. passed through the city Tuesday, en rou'e to Mer kel, to visit thi ir mother, who is renorted seriously ill. Died j Kermitt, infant of J. A. and Ethel Barton, was born July C, 1911, and died April 19, 1912. at ,3:30 o'clock a. m., of relapse i from measles. Kermitt was a j sweet beautiful chilfl. lovable, affable and pleasant. He was a ray of sunshine come to cheer ish us for only a few short months and then passed to the portals beyond the grave to reign with the angels evermore. I C ould we but be permitted draw the conditions and pass in I to the celestial realms and see him at Jesus' feet we would ; rejoice instead of mourn at the 'transit of little Kermitt, from earth to heaven. We stood by the bedside and watched the i tiny thread of life grow weaker and weaker until its spirit winged its way to God Who gave it. We shall miss him We shall miss him. There will lie one vacant place, But the angels are a ringing. To welcome his smiling face. A Friend. ; I and every land we are with the ! tide of eternal Progress j which will sweep the world and leave it clean and fair and 9trong. We have a right to say that we are with this tide which is sure to win. Though, now and then our hopes and plans 1 are beaten on the reefs of igno- ranee and opposition. But like the waters of the sea, there are always more hopes and plans at j hand, and back of every bold , j little wave comes the strong, i true tide lifting its crest like a i white banner for the salvation1 of humanity. ' i KANSAS MKTIlolMSTS KoK WOMVN StTFK A(iK , The last four conferences of the Methodists of Kansas came' out strong for the suffrage, amendment to be voted upon in i November. Fx-Governor .Inn.' P. St. John sas he believes it will carry by io.ooo ma jority. The following is another evi (l"nceef the high est'-m in1 whirl; the hite Ribboneis are' held in a sister Ftnte. kWHAS WHITK HIHHONKHS IN TAINKIl AT COV. SlfllHS' HOME. An exceptionally interesting event in connection with the meeting of the Kanas W. C. T. 1'. executive committee which t'N'k place recently in Topeka, was a reception given at the of suffrage and the work of th W. C. T. U. I am not one o those men who believe that th women should have the baHo if they want it, said Dr. Lovj land. I think the women shouk have the ballot whether the; ner, State President, introduced j want it or not An elaborate si the speakers John Marshal widely recognized as a temper- course dinner was beautiful home of (riven at th Mrs. Cleven ance advocate of the deepest dye j ger for members of the exe?utiv from a legal and political view-1 committee, point, and Dr. Frank Lovelandj Mrs. Zehner is a well knowr spoke informally upon the subject ' worker in Texas. i COLONEL 5ired by MKi.NO.N No. s.um A KlacK I en lieroil horse; three years old about 15 .'1-4 hands high weighs about 1 45o pounds; consider ed by many the best younir I'ercheron hors- in west 'lexas. Colonel wi!l make the season (,f , j H jUt bock Livery Stable: Terms $12.50 to insure colt to stand and suck ; $s oo for season payable at end of season : no per leap, cash. Kee due jn cae mare is trader! or removed out of the cotiiily. !J. C. BOWLES I WWWW WWW WWWW WWWF W WWP WV Rev. J. P. Word, pastor of the First Prcsln torian church of this place, has returned from IVcos. where he had been several davs in attendance upon the Fl Paso Presbytery, of which he is a member. He states that he will not preach at Slat.n on the Fourth Sunday in this month, as he has in prccrcfir.gs months, but will preach at his church here, this will l a special service and all are in vited to attend. Don't Forget About The Common Sense Silo and American Farm (Jate IP We can (ill any size hill with hiirh irrado stock. We sell the hm Paint that is sol I on tho Plains, and guarantor vwry gallof A I f o 1 fe Lumber Company ONLY TWO MORE DAYS OF THE BIG SALE WIMICM CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT APRIL 27th We wish to thank tho public for their liberal patronage dun" ed goods of us. If you have not already visited our store, ti i sale winch has boon entirely satisfactory to us and trust it has been to ewry one who'purchas" vaniagvoi ine remaining two days and avail yourself of the genuine bargain offered below Men's Suits Here is where a bitf saving is made to the purchaser. Men's $i:.0O suits at Men's $12."o suits at Men's .10.0) suits at Roys' pail now Roys pants, rep' now Roys parjjirepular pt now Dovfiants, reyuh low $1. Boys' Suits Roys $8.00 suits at Roys .?.". W suits at Roys $.(Hl suits at Roys $:J..j() suits at Men's Pants Men's pants, regular price $.".(Ml now Men's pants, regular price $I.(ni now Men's pants, regular pric-? $.'5.00 now Men's pants, regular price now $550 $3175 $2.95J: $2.60 $3.50 $2.75 $2.25 $2.00 Overalls Men's overalls, regular Vrice-ll. W now . . . I Men's overalls, regular price .'. now Roys overalls, regular price .0 now . ... . Roys overalls, regular price .41 now 80c 70c 45c 25c Shoei $3.00 Men's oxfords, regular pri:-e ?'5.2" 2 Men's tan oxfords, old price $4. IX) now Men's patent shoes, regular price fl(J $T..(X) now 4)J.Zj Misses and childrens oxfords, regular K?1" $1.50 Misses and childrens oxfords, regular price bl.io now $1.30 Roys tan slippers, regular price ' l.ho. now Rovs tan slippers, regular price $50 now Boys patent leather slippers $2.."0 & QO now , I O U La'iien oiac'K anu brown velvet button $:.(Xl, now Indies comfort $2.) now Men's Hats $1.25 $1.95 $2.25 $1.45 Men's $.".oo Stetson hats now Men' black Stetson $.'.H) hats now . Men's white or black $.'..'() hats now Men'g white or black f.'!.(H) hats now Men's white or black $l.?.hats now Ladies Skirts Ladies skirts, regular price $5.50 ffQ now 40.J Indies skirts, regular price $'J.OO now . . Illicit skirts, regular price $7.00 now . . Indies skirt, regular price $!).() now Ijiuici Bkirts, regular price $4.(X) now $3.50 $3.00 $2.85 $2.25 $1.25 $4.25 $5.00 $6.50 $2.95 $3.00 Indies $..oO silk waists now Specially low prices on all embroideries and laces. Our entire line of millinery goods go at cost and below cost. Dress Goods Cinghams, regular price LI 1-2 cents f (. now .. . I UU Ginghams, regular price 10 cents Ql now . 0'5w Calicoes all go in this sale at 5 cents the yard. Madras, regulur price 40 cents going in this sale at 25 cents. Wool Goods 60c 45c 90c 45c 90c 33'c Ladies. Misses and childrens bote, in black or tan at 7 1-2 cent the pair. Men's hose in tart or black at 7 1-2 cents. Mohair, regular price $1.00 per yard now Serge, regular price .00 now Silk and mes.dins, $1.25 grade now Teoga silk, regular price .75 now Taffata silk, regular price $1.25 now . . Assortment of Satin and China Silk, beautiful colors, 5oc grade We guarantee every price made above, and they say this U a genuine reduction sale. No marking up and then down to thU ale. We cut from the original price. Don't listen to hearsay, but come and see for yourself. Remember we are making heavy reduction in the price of (lroccric in thU sale. KliM!;AUll;K I HIS IS A STRICTLY CASM 5AI.I:. NOTMINO CilAROi:!) AT SAI.I; I'RICI:. Too many suit cases come and get them. GOING AT COST. wnraMAcui sj boo n v ir nis3 WEST DROADWAY LUQUOCK. TEX A3 i) D G