Ferndell Canned Goods
ARE THE BEST.
Ferndell Corn, per can 12o
Ferndell Tomatoes, per can 10c
Ferndell Superfine Sifted Fea, per can 10 2-3o
Ferndell Fancy Stringlese Beam, per can 20o
Ferndell White Asparagus Tips, per can 35c
Ferndell Salmon, per can 20o
Ferndell Salmon, per half can ..12 Jo
Ferndell Tig Fork and Baked Beana in Tomato Sauce
1 pound cana 10o
Ferndell Tig Pork and Baked Beana in Tomato Sauce
2 pound cana 15o
Ferndell Lobster, for salads, per can ..35o
Ferndell Grated and Sliced Pineapple, per can 30o
Ferndell Orated Pineapple, 2 pound cana 15c
Ferndell Sliced Peaches, White Cherries, Bartlett, can 35c
, Vndell Sliced Peaches, 3 cans $1.00
ferndell Pears, per can, 35c; 3 cans $1.00
Ferndell Maple Syrup in quart cans and decanters.
Oar line of Genneise Canned Goods is complete
and are extradordinarj values.
Oenneefee Corn, 3 cans 25c
Cennessee Tomatoes, 3 cans 25c
4 Richelieu Apple Butter. Ileini Pickles.
Dodson & Brown Blue Point Tomato Catsup.
DANSBY & DANSBY. Phone 114
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
II. A T. C. SCHEDULE.
HOBTH BOCVD TBAIHS:
No. 3 1:88 p.m
No.t H: m
SOUTH BOUND TfcAIBS!
No.i 1:48 a. in.
I. O. N. SCHEDULE.
BOUTH BOUND TBA1NS.
No. 11 arrives at 4:00 p.
MOBTR BOUND TBAIH8.
No. HarrlTes at 9:10 a.
Fresh regetablea, Howell Bros. 2IW
Changeable alike, oiks. Wagner A
Handaoiue plaid (ilka. Warner
Home made ribbon cane syrup
Anton Conrad of Kurten was in
Prof. B. C. I'lttuck returned from
How old U Ann? 65, but looke 0;
he takes Vlnol.
I). M. Clauton of Bon prim was in
the city yeeterday.
Cart. D. D. Daweon wae on the
tick Hat yeaterday.
W. K. Hytnma of MlUlcan was in
the city yeaterday.
Have a (rood complexion look
young, take Vlnol.
8. B. Buchanan left yeaterday to
Tialt in San Antonio.
Mrs. CI. C. Wallace la alek at
Ler bmne in this cltr.
Judire and Mra. A. U. Board left
yeaterday to visit in Waco.
Hunters report blrda plentiful in
the north end of the county.
Mra. W. E. Harrla Tlalted Mra.
jseale at Benchley yeiterday.
Mra. Harry Field of Cal?ert ia a
rtaltor at the t'raullne Academy.
All colora In aolid outing, includ
ing white. Wagner k Brandon. r.M
Mr. and Mra. Bob McFerran of
MlUlcan were In iheclty yeaterday.
Fltty plecea fancy outlug, new aa
aortment. Wagner A Brandon. JP.W
Marrlaire llcenae haa been iaaued
The paator, Dr. BetU, announces
aerTlcee as follows at the Methodlat
church Sunday: Sunday school at
9:45 a. in. Preacbincr at 11 a. m.
by Trealdlng Elder C. R. Lamar.
Preaching-at 7:00 p. m. by the pas
tor. Ep worth League at 8:13 p. m.
Last quarterly conference Monday
night at 7:30 o'clock.
Get nnder a pair ot our blankets at
50 to 76 cents less each than you pay
elaewhere. We hare a job lot of 600
blanket, bought at imperfection
sacrifice sale, that will meet your
requirements as well as the moat ex
penalre kind. Coulter. w2t
SerTlceaatthe Preabyterlan church
tomorrow : Sunday achool at
9:15 a.m.; Weatmlneter League at
6:15 p. m. There will be no aerTlcea
at 1 1 o'clock on account of the paator
being called to preach at College
at that hour.
Freah bread, lancy cakes, lady
flngera, etc., at the Texas Bakery
etery day. Hpecial ordere alao re-
celTe prompt attention. 'Phone 89.
aire, otto Ho time. Prop. dtf
Mra. (). II. Aatln haa juat returned
from a Tialt to hereon. Joe Aatln and
a a -a. w a
lamiiy, ai niamioni, lexaa, and re-
porte that place growing rapidly.
Our 92.00 pettlcoata at IW centa are
Ot for the richeat and in reach of the
pooreet. W.J. Coulter's great spec
lal aale. 2t
Mr. and Mra. II. O. Rhodea left
yeaterday to epend a few daya
ltd Mr. and Mra. W. E. Aatln near
Two bolta of plain white table lin
en, 72 Inchee wide, worth per
yard, fcolng at 90 centa a yard at
Norwood a. ibs
Mrs. T. C. Moore and Miaa Hattli
Haltom returned to Benchley yea
terday after a Tialt to Mrs. C. C
My entire line of table linens at ac
tual coat. Don't miaa thia onnortun
ity. Hurt Norwood. 2J8
Mra. J. C. Ren fro of Hearne ar-
rlred yeaterday to attend her mother,
Mra. U. C. Wallace.
Miaa Sallie Yard ley, teacher of the
Benchley achool, is the goeet of Miaa
Y I I M . .
j.eiiueiice ior Kent Blx room
houae conrenlent to graded achool.
M. II. Jamea. ow
Miaa Jennie Boyett returned
yeaterday from a Tialt In Houe
ton. We hare received another line o
fancy plaid alike Wagner A Brandon.
Thurston Henderaon haa a poaitlon
Wc buant you to sec the
Splendid Values in Men's
Suits tve ar$ oJlfcring at
If yon know anything
about Clothing valoes, a
single glance will satisfy
you that you never saw
the equal of these suits at
the price ve offer them.
Every new kink and turn
of fashion is embodied in
whatever style you like,
and you can be absolutely
certain that you've gotten
the very best value to be
had for your money.
Your choiee of "a beau
tifol collection of the'sea
son's newest patterns and
fabrics, made'either single
or double-breasted style.
Suits that are well worth
$18.00 we offer you at
The NEW MODELS IN OVER
Our stock of the new winter Models in Over Coats is now
complete, including every correct style from the short top
coat to the long fancy coat with belt back. Prices from
SIO.OO to S20.00
TAPKJS SSL WALDPOP
Ml! K rrfe 1
, l It'll l l'.. 1 1 fir
to Walter Uodine and Sallie Dottier
Fancy ailk voiles for evening wear,! In John M. Caldwell'a jewelry atore
SI Inciiea wine, ;c, one pattern or a Football A. and M. tb. Barlor
i . . . w
'game called at 3:15 p. m. today.
kind. Wagner A Brandon.
a young man giving hla name aa
Jeaa Broxton, 2i yeara old, and who
Btatea that hia home la three in I lea
eaat of Longntreet, Montgomery
county, reached the. city about
o'clock yeaterday morning and ap
plied to Sherill It. M. Nail for ad-
mlaalon to the jail and the protec
tlou of the odlcera. He appeare to
be Tery nervouaand aald that he had
left home Tueaday night to avoid
trouble with another man whom he
named. He alao related aenaational
atorlea of trouble be had heard of
happening In that locality alnce he
left. The offlcera, having eeen noth
ing in the newapapera or heard other
wise of anything unuaual down that
way, are aomewhat at a loaa to know
hat to do with the young man or
what haa cauaed hla preaent per
turbed atate of mind.
Coulter haa made hla aecond trip
to St. Louie thia aeaaoo to buy bar-
gatna for hla great apeclal aale. Thia
aale haa been a winner from the
atart and seems to have atruck the
popular chord with the great buying
maaaea. One thing about It la not a
alngle article In the atore ia reaerred,
and all "aecond trip" purchaaea are
included in the aale. All good a are
marked in plain flgurea and every
department la full. wl't
300 ladlea puraea worth 50 centa for
Z' centa for the next ten davs at
Norwood 'a. 298
At Wagner A Brandon'a, juat re
ceived by expreaa, white tancv
Read Fountain A Co. 'a "black
board" on aecond page. Changea
If I atopped to enumerate all the
bargains in my kitchen department
you wouia get tired of reading be
lore you got Half way through the
nai. nut when you call and aee the
artlclea themaelvee, neatly arranged
on aneivee and counters, you will be
.ii .... .
ueiiKiuea maa una ICOrea of uaeful
articles which you will wonder how
you have been getting along with
out. Coulter'a. V2(
The laat football game ot the aea-
aon ac college is scheduled for 3:15
this afternoon, Baylor and the A.
and M. being the oppoaing teams.
Lovers of the sport bad better not
miaa thia opportunity.
The run on our notion counter
keepe two aalealadles buay handlnr
out 1, 2, S and 4 cent articles. It la
aatonlahlng how many uaeful things
the pennlea will buy at Coulter's. w2t
There will be service at St. Joeeph'e
Catholic church Sunday at 8:30 and
10:30 a. in. Preaching In Engliab by
Father Donnelly of La Porte.
New line changeable silks in large
aaaortment of colora, 59c. Thia ia
not a apeclal aale price juat regu
lar. Wagner A Brandon. 288
F. M. Bell of Willow Hole and C.
L. Bell of Karnes City, brothers,
were in the city yeaterday and the
latter went to Dallas.
Two men, Bohemian immigrants
from Moravia, arllved in the city
yeaterday bound forSmetana, where
they have relatives.
Miaa Bettle Llpacomb returned t
muua viiy yeaieraay auer a viait to
Mra. J. T. Evana.
Dale Weddington of Mart haa been
hre Tlattit g hiaparents thia week.
w never too
To give prompt and careful attention to TELE
OUR NUMBERS 78 AND 54
are easy to remember
Oarstock is replenished daily and always complete.
We handle the best brands of Coffee, Flour
and canned goods
I JNO. H. LAWRENCE
Nina Leading Brands of
ALL STANDARD BRANDS OP PURITY
YOUR CHOICE AT
Wilson Whlakey Hill & Hill Atherton bottled In bond
Mount Vernon Paul Jones Hunter Rye
Cascade Four Roses Brook Hill
3BTYOUR PATRONAGE INVITED
W. T. FORD
NOW IS THE TIME
...TO COOK YOUR...
Let us Supply the Ingredients.
We Have Juat Received:
Telmo Seeded Raisins. Telmo Cleaned Currants
Orange Pee! Lemon Pee!
Mixed Nuts Allspice
Phone us Your Orders and we will make every
effort to please you.
HIGGS & RicCULLOCH
S .O I
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
One of the True Things about our Clothes is they fit.
If fit has failed you elsewhere, try on here.
OUR $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.50 and $25.00 SUITS
ARE U N MATCH ABLE
OVERCOATS from $5.00 to $25.00 BOYS' CLOTHING from S1.50 to S5.00
If you are in doubt, come in and give them a look;
you need not buy.
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