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J , - Any Style it ' SAM"o ... i J v ..: C;:'.;r C:::rt Crir . tit Ul:t C i. .k. ! i.Wre to H quility rook ing socially, and iatiUc!in. In connection with ::s!m33 Croo. iVST EF!S CI U ', V Tim ('-' kJ Candies, Frh Fiuit. Kitt plate, (iivt tii rail. SrFXlAL ATTENTION to LADIES. f E0S0OS L0G?.LS Miss Irma Co"lus went to Jefferson today. J. M. Munn of Wbeeloclr, w here today. Dr. W. F. OJora waa In today from Kurteu. En,n Dlake. of Uouitou. u Id Bryan today. 9" 3. II. White of Wlxon, was In the C:y tbU afternoon. Mrs. T. M. Ewlng waa In the city ijr from the bottom. am EL Cav Itt of Wbeulock, caa a Tlsltor to the city today. J. S. Ford of Houston, it In the city for a abort Jmilneu trip. "A Play Without a Nam Thursday night at the Tent Theater. 253 ttamet Holland and T. W. Frame were down today from Edge. J. D. Goen and Jack Graham were la the city today from Harvey. lira. II. T. Lewia went to Houaton tala a roon to vlelt bar alater. Jcla Corbett of Crimea county, waa over taday trading with Dryan bvi J. Driver of Hlco, arrived vUlt Mr. and lira. J. W. Rev. B toiay to Crlver. J. & Heard rr tned to McKlnuey toiay after visiting Mr. and Mra. Rog er As tin. R. M. Connor returned to Madison vtile this afternoon after spending a few dzyi here. C. L. Eden of the firm of Eden ft CilHsms, merchants at Colevlew, waa li the city today V County Attorney Lamar Bethea was called to Livingston todsy by the se ' aus Illness of bis father. Era. D. A. Lawrence and .Mrs. I. J. Cordon returned today from a visit to , Mrs. J. E. Josey In Beaumont Today waa agsio payday with the Hani ton Theater Company and the sam of 1463 waa paid out -In aaUrleaj to the members of the company for VU past weeks salaries. TV an ted tO busbela of good ear r -rn and aom c"od prairie bay In ti. Dr. J. R. Lay. College 8tation. T-iaa. 254-60 a Lost Between residence of Mra. .rrytnan and the railroad a black wind bag containing pair of gold glas ses anj silver thimble among other . 0 tMn. Reward for return to W. A. WltWa 253 Lost Between Harrison Building and say residence, pair of rimless gold spectacles In case. Please return to Mrs J W Johnson. 252 Architect Jonee of the firm of Jones A Tabor of Houston, waa here today looking after the aeveral buildings aow In course of erection that were planned by hi llim. -A Play Without a Nam' night at the Tent Theater, ' Thursday 252. t i Contractor Dnoaon of nouston, who has the contract to erect the M. II. James bulldl-g. aa brt today ar ranging to begin work on ear at C, 8. Oalner and J. O. Mlnkertnt an to Mr. Galnefa farm In the bottom near Mumford thla morning. Mr. Min- kert will nurvey the farm and plat for the nurooM of having sine pnau mU f tt In its Various divisions, a rtiat nr anna nil vaaa. nuiuun s"" v that ever came through IheVBryenl poetofflce. waa received thli morning by little Mlsa Grace Weaver. It waa a package of live bees and wm seat aer bv Mr. Carl Collar from Perclalr. The little boi they were sent In waa a enrlcslty wlthla ltslf. pvr feetly ventilated and so screened that fee bees could not escape or atlug any one handr.rj U box. : s ' j ' T ' ' " V W ' GAGE " X 1. I . V r- m All .111'. I 11 1 J II i V I I V I . A VWUIU I", III J FiilLiMH UEDUESDAY, SEPTZuDZl 9 O'CLOCK A n. IT will be an exposition of the latest conceits that Fa:h':on I ' regards with favor. TIw fcrjoZct, Jdr'zr.O, Trirnrnn and Colonial c!:z03 In F.'c'.rc, Ottoman, Velvet, Cbaaolao, Leaver, k'i III IIIUOMT Fczlhrs. Our display of 5 J0;L7S0J7 PATnZKJ L1A73 Art tit cf cr' t cr fcrrr r exited uizs a rex cczz-i rr.774r:.7 nina - A Qr7 WE' ANNOUNCE our first season's showing of this distinguished make cf Ladies' Coat Suits, -r " The Smart Sot proclaim LaVco- Sz:$ tt:o AcaiQ of Stylo. We have the long three-quarter length Models, handsomely deci-ned, nzwzzl weave in ihe leading shades Ashes of Roses, Catawba, Gunmen!, Olive GreenNavy, Black, etc. Priced at $16.50 up to $50.00. This department is in charge of a special Ready-to-wear saleslady. We mil charrs ezrehzszs to czzizTzzrs hzztij czczzzts o cn Octcitr ccccI, u C:::rc2. , III - - l 1 1 - . . - honest and 1 v - . . a 1 w - AULO LANG YNt TONIGHT. Urge and Well Pleased Audience Wit nessed Cloverdale Ust Night ifCS - COTTON OFF. Cotton sold toiay for 12 1-2 for x ad 12 2-4 tor the bu tbo market cloaed fcla afteraooa 20 aojate xl iUtJ ll'Ul lWMV wa -w - . . Jl I.-. tv an aDoreciative sum- ence that eama to wltneaa the beau Uful pastoral drama "Cloverdale." The play waa all that waa claimed for It, and after It waa over nothing but tbe warmest praise wwa heard from thoe who saw it, ' "In the Daya of Anld Lang yne 111 be tonight's attrition. Concern ing It the Corsiana Sun aaya: Last nlghfa play drew the usual large attendance and ttetpiay waa ee.ntlvatlnjr from opfalng to closj. holding tbe audience In close and un broken attention throtifhout tre en tire four acts. The Ut of "In the Daya of Auld Lang Syne" la well be stowed. It revesJs a story of slm nlm life amonc simple, honest folk In tbe daya when friendship waa more than a abadov that followed weann oe fame. Chan. Karrlaoa ae Uncle Nathan. and Ouy McCtnald aa Uncle Hiram, voyage in atarteJ out apoa Efe-a ypnng manhood togeiner. ineir famllica were alwaya cloaely anlted by the bonds of friendship and the joys and aorowa of the one were shared simply but faithfully and pro foundly by the other. Their chil dren played together and when death came were burled aide by aide. oen the war came Hiram and Nathan re- spondd and together they fought. Each bad a son and together the aona died on. the battle Held and were laid to rest far away from home. Returnirg. fortune waa more favorable to Uncle Hiram than to Uncle Nathan, and the former be stowed, a borne upon the latter. Un der thla roof the oil couple with their fimii it v J hroDllr and where Ill- ram paid dally vlslta to hie friends. Unfortunately wh.t waa to them the little matter of makljg a deed to tie homj had been overlooked. Return ing to bla home after his nsnal visit. on a etorm night. Uncle Hiram waa killed by lightning. Then dark daya followed for Nathan, aa oil la dlacoT ered on an adjoining farm and tea on his little plot Aa Impostor steals In In the person of Steve Dal ton, who Is cruel, anrelentlng and haa evil deslgna upon Uncle Nthan'e tiMitt mad aimDle but pure daughter, Betlie. Through all the trouble Mi nan true to bit religion aa la hla family and aa lmpreaalve lesson la carried along the varied acenca and Incl dent, tbe Impostor finally being ex posed, the true life la the end being wholly vindicated. It Is a touching atory, with a cl?aa moral and one that must have left Ha Impress for good upon every heart Tne Way the Oreeeed Him. "What oo yo want to be when ya rrow npr waa askd of a email boy by the visitor. -Ob." raid he. "1 want to be a man. but 1 think mamma wanta rue to b a lady."-Lad lea' Home Journal. The EKperleneed Father. Wlfe-My dear, the nareery needs re decorating. Wbitt woukl you sugveot for the walls? UuUnd-l'omtgated Iron.-Woman's Home Companion. A Fee Eeet TTbet la a fund eipertT Aay man who can make fcl wste try eaouffb for IU fatc'Jy Ui" rtiladelptda Ledr. Brsi K 1 1 t Will be lad to nuke ntzzzV.z tlnzzzi tt tttzzz-V.z rteg to any farmer who izzlm ta Ls!J Lit cotton for fcitr pricts. We will t jldl to gtrvc you invite you to cell tzJ tll over tKe natter with us. x J. W. Howell, Prwident GUY M. tXYAN. Jx., Vic Presiisnt II. O. COATWXIGIIT, Vice PresL'ast L L. MclNNIS, Caihitrl R. W. HOWELL, Assent Ct;Lkr.