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U. D. C. CONVENTION FIND.
NDAV SCHOOL RULV CLOSED. Get the Habit of considering quality when you buy Gro ceries if you would best serve the purposes of economy, healthfulness and the pleasure of eating good wholesome food. We Specialize in quality products, handling the best of everything the markets afford, and keeping a fresh and complete slock. You will find the proof with a trial order. ED HALL PASSENGER TRAIN SCHEDULES. II. & T. C, SCHEDULE No. 3 North bounj I:3H . in. No. 5 North hound 12.46 a. m. No. 2 South hound 3;40 p. nt. No. 6 South hound 2 AH 1. m. I. A G. N. SCHEDULE No. 102 North hound 11:27 a. in. No. lUt South hound 4 .4.t p. m, Kota Trrino went to DalUi yrttrrday. Born, to Mr. and Mn, Jmrph (ellspf, a n. J. II. I.loyd of Kurtrn wit in town yrt trrday. Iloh Dunlap t t Milium na in the city yrttrrday. J. (". Cloud cf Kurtrn nat in tht city yrttrtday. Frrd WihkI of llrarnr mi in the city )rtrrJay. Marriage lii'rtir: Antonino Salt'ato and Kota Kaiolo. I.. S. Williaint of Hartrv n in tiif city ye'rrday. . J. Prr.i!ry of Cmk'i 1'i.itii ai in tin' city yrtrrilay. J.ihn Morgan wat f.fif from Kofi-it I'rjinr rrrday. T. I'. Triirof Palestine as in the city Ihr ('i"t two ilatt. V. II. Morgan ( Reliance wat in the the city tr-tetil.it . Ir. (i. II. (iih-i.n was a isitnr from Millu an ester i!at . II. C. Collier left )-leri!av (or a lni-llt-ss tfli to Mrna. J . V. ('.jnrr wat a istt;r t'otti Mee'e't Store rstrr,!a. ! Wrs. W. II. MiVev wji a lisitor Irom ; Minter -rint t rsti-r.)at . j ). s. Atrrt f I'rut iilrru r i oimtiutiitt j w a i t tie i it tester, !at . I I J. V. an I Manon Mia f Strep II. .1 ! low rie ill t!.r t it v IrstrrilJV. j Mrs. Ii. I . life has returned alter a wit to ri ..t:r- in ( I rll Hill. M-s. I'hii Kilrv irturnrd to llearnr yr'triil.n -Itrr a i.it in this city. M. H. .iti:rt l.a lrrri confined to lot home t y il!nr the past lew ilatt. K. I.. Smith and C. C. Smith of ( lax ton I'raine ere in the city ) rstrr.!j . A. H. Kiyeit of laiton Smith farm wat in from the ll:aot lintlm.) .rstrr.'.tv. I urn Mi I aii.ih.ri of Sa i!";.i is I. ere on a i - I t. ht I tot! -r, V. I). Mi I .ma'ihaii. f d. Hoffman i f llrenl am r.as oine.! tut wite and la! in a iit to J'lVe and Mrt. J. V. PoreM.i.t. Jist ri'ieiied at Norwood s full line ot the I itrt s'.rnn; stslrs ir. the tanuMi. Omilat sftiKi. li Mrs. J. J. SeSa-ta f i- rrti, !, ! fmni a visit to drr aientt wtio resi,!.- in tl;.' coiii;ti i, ear Urvan. 9 Thankfully Acknow'-v!;ing the liberal patronaec given us the past year and wishirg everybody O OaQQ(T SO QQ 0 A O O o We Invite c o o ; O) O a o Your continued confidence and favor Come and bring your friends to us in 1907. We will be better prepared than ever to supply you with the best Groceries at the lowest prices. Phone 142 0 COOOCOOOO - OC - OO - PHONES 114 and 2 2 Mr. and Mrt. M. I). Frwell of Whit, nry, Triai, are gurttt of Mr. and Mrt, W. 1. Kurd. L)r. Paul M. Kaytor hat purchased a lieautiful tpan ol matched torrrl hortet from O. K. Duliote. For Kent iihxI tenant house with 25 or 30 acret ground. !imhI well, ham, etc. Apply to W. V. .Jritfin. 36 J. S. Harrison and ton, A. A. Denman and family and othert were here from (irimet county yrttrrday. llerhrrt Lavender and ton, itohhie, and (i. V. Turner of Keith were in the city yrtterday and called on the r alr. V. I.. Zulch of irtulch arrived in the city yrttrrday from Auttin where he attended the inauguration of dot. C ainphell. John It. Ilinrt for Fire, Life, Tornado, r late ( last and lloml Insurance, tlttice in Smith Huililintf. I'hone rl. 24tf Chat. !'.. Das it of Houston wat in the city yetlerday representing the Southwestern Taper ( o., and called on the r agle. Hurt Norwood hat jutt reseised and placed on tile J3imi0.imI worth of new drrst goods an ) giriKharm. Call and see them. 3' Send otir clothet lc the Hryart Pressing Cluh, rear o Hunter Chatham't, and hase them nicely cleaned and pressel. I Thotie 2.l. tf Mrt. Mi l M. Itarton and daughte't. Misses Helen arid I 'a, returned to It. W orth tetter. lav at'er a is-it to Mr. and Mrt. J. Ii Marlon. i I-or hne fresh lirea.l an. I catset ot a kinds all at the Tesat Itakery. Careful laiteniion to n.e :al ordert. I'hone " ' Mrt. Ou.i ll.iehiiie. ! (' M.issiiinrr J. C. H'ume of lia.n Traire isas in the c it v ester il.iv. He re ports tl at some -.d roa.l work has lafelv 1 Ten ilo.ie not ot llrs an. ! I I e ladies i I t he T is. ot al i hurt h will I rue a Sea on I hurtdav afte.riiHin from I I to i, at the resident e of Mrs. J. V. I I nr lih. All are nit ite.l. When the lai;le tepreentatise tailed at Norwood t testerda his tori e of salesman weie found Imsilv ervmrd in Junpat kin new i:imii). Mr. NorwtMi.l las just i turned (tun a tup to market. I. a. lies, limine and see fit samplet of un- derstear from I d Kiam t lli hue Sale Damtv laie and ettihrmderv t .mined -arinriitt ot 11 kin.lt from ?. in it ti. Mrt. Mary I a rente. 'J'.f I. I.. Keritai Imj was here tri.ni tl.e We 1 1 horn corinnurntv yesterday and his dan 'liter. M.st Johnnie Heiisar In . a pn t! of the I esat W iunan't College, .it toiiiaiie l him home to spend Sun.la . 1 he l.il.tt t.f t 1 e I I i isti.ri ihunh tsill i s e tea at T . I . I o intai n s tioui I to 7 p. r,i., mi iirl I :i.bi, jn.1 1 per rnt ot all i iio.'s sold will he theirs. (inehr::i an order an.! thus help hinl.l the nets chiirth. ,s l.it nt. ( on . ( leo. I). Neal of aiaota 1 as-e.l through tlie cut tester. lav enrol te home from Au ii i. hat n! ut iir-t the d .t :es ot ; e- i.'i :i o'K er ot tie sen ale ot er to h.s t,.n t-s.,,r, l.ieut. ( lot . Paulson. o o o G e o o o o o o o o a o Will S. higgs aO'O'O - MQ - OO - C0O Money Left oa Hind, cad Mr. G S". Parker of ibe Commitlee Wants to know What to Do Wild It. In conversation with the Kajj.c rtjKirtcr ytsteruay, Mr. i. a. rarker. who nai a member ol me committee of business men who assistctl the ladies of L. S. Ross Chapter in the arrangements for eiitit:iining the recent I. D. .C. Con veil ticm, said: "I desire to niiike retxirt cf the collection and disbursement ot funds as follows: Collected by Messrs. L. L. Mchinis and A. V. WilLersrjii. as shown by list on file in my office, 5.u, t'- Kxpetises jiaid as shown by bills approved by Mrs. West and Mrs. Hanks, and on file, Sidj.ij. Italance not ex- Iendel and now on hand, Iijs.io. This money I cing in my hands, I would be glad to have suggestions from the subscrilers as to what disposition shall be made ot it." Mr. 1'arker states that the sug gestion has already been made that the balance of the fund lie turned over to the Cemetery Association. The Kagle regards this plan as a good one. The care of the ceme tery is uu imrtortant matter and those entru-ted with the resigns ibility deserve hearty support and encouragement. The fund in ci'iestion could, we lc!ieve, be dis po-sed of in no better way. OLYMPIA OPERA COMPANY. An a.K ante notice tatt: 'The Olempia Opera Company it to he here Tuetday, January 24. The IradinK fun maker with the Olym pic Opera t ompanv u Leo Adde. 'I hit little comedian it a cleter cornund otthe Arthur Uunn-jiinniie I'owert tanetiet, and hn antics in the Kane if fun-makiriK a.e alwatt tuccrttful. Aside from hu mirth pros ok i n v; talentt, Adde i the pottettor of atone. He can aing. He likew ise enun ciatet distint tly and no ttory it lot! to the audieme that AddeieMt in song. Ilaysel ( ouiter, an exceptionally cleter touhrrtte, it youin; and attrartite, and hat won tor herteif an aludini; place in the heartt of theatre patrorn. .Mitt Coulter hat that indescribable manftitm which drawt the artist and the audience into c lose communion. 1 he prntia-doiiiia rolls of tl.e ' mpiant are in the capable harult of the charming cautatrite, Lucille Uetal. 1 hit little artist it bright, dainty and cratetul, and is a graduate of the 1 ir.t uinati ( 'otisertatory ot Music. I'ercv Matsun das a fne tenor mice wh.th he uso with ease. C. J. I'ost, t.'ie baritone. ii;t;s tse.l an.) it int a: latily ret ailed. Mr. Jot. Alexander ably s,, onds Adde in the inirth-makiiik,', and is a i etabli'l.ed teteran in sut h work.. 1 he c hor i.s w it h t he Olympians is ai.l to be strong and elective. Ju.lin Irom the press lommenrt ssi.n- eter tti t well knotsri ai; relation has a; peared, the theatre ..e:t ol H:an aie war ranted in ant it i j at in.; the iniinii; ot n. s attr.iitnm as one we.i .sorti.t ot pa-r..nje and support. LINK (il.OH)lilCAL SPECIMEN. Mr. W. II Mi Wt ol the M.nter s,.:,,. tommunty ta.iel on the I a!e ore lt ttsit we-k and !et with us tor 1 !e.s ,:js a t.ne eolon al spet in, en. It is a bin, k of led sandstone sj ,.t 'l.rouh ti.e rr.i.hl.e and dist losiiik; a t-ender leat pettier I and thowin rt er y stem and out lire pertectlt. I he Tin k wis used in a t htmnev for p-..b. able thirty tears and reienrlv w :.:! Mr. McVrv wat huildin.; a tiirnai e he a. 1 :,! t allv tplit the rot open retealmk; the bra 1 tiful leat fortiiation tshu 'i s(,,,ist on lot", haltetot ther.xk. 1 he ti.ec.ii.rii would le a tal.iabie a.!.!. t on to ant eolouai coliettion, and Mr. Mcev inteu.ls to p e sent it to the A. arid M. ln!lr; aut:.o-i. ties. . m Mir.CE K tllV TWPWEK.s. N ot 11 e i s ! Tel.. I, no p.... t.. iten t 1 at me a! on a-i i's 1 an b lot 1 1 e 1 ur rer.t 1 1 a-; II per ter w .11 be ad. led to ail or tates at'er t ' .it ,)a'e. a-d ', a:. I I I e-! V ;uent i lib. le.in tat Ii w 'I I e ; - - n 1 Ii. .ition. I', i.t.'e up t..r 1 I -a'-s I !. if, I ,' et -e'J-t A. (I I. W. V.l i llMi The 1 ..stp.med ii . . : the . I I I W. will l e'heh! a? ti-r t a ! t.-nt;-. I ' matter of eleitini; od;. e't 11 come be toie the merlin.;, .1. well a other 1 -ipo' tant liusii'tts. A"er the n.eet:i.i; a 't.M 1 will 1 eri)oted bt the lo.', e. 'l -.en bert are u-e l to attend. Ml MORE t.EAKV POOFS. If v.1.1 usej. It. st.s ke-' Metal Tli-tit '-r and water pnot cement paint. We w.l! Ise here lor one week pair-tinu an ! repa r Hii; riKits. hv don t you hate tm r leakv tin and s!,m;ie roofs painted an f -t pai.ed. I'hone me at 12. . - LADIES L'JOK At T. J. loimtjin s all ordert tanet Tridav f-om 4 to 7 p. m., a f cent will be ncii to the ladies of the Ch-tstia.i church. I me lour ordert then and leip hmh I the ne.t church. 3t Kepresentint; the best of companies m ... . it :.....i all line, ot insurance. 1 mure a nr.erai share of your btisinest in T'i'7. Ca-eful and prompt attention to all business entrust- rd. Other up-tairt in Smith lluild nt;' Thonr IM. no. K. Hinrt. :4'l I'd Kiani't annual "Whitr Srie" fvetint Saui'dav morninkj, Jan. 5. Thit includn mutlin wear, theetini;, table linen, em broider y, handkerchief!, in fact etervthinu in white, at greatly reduced, pricet. Mrt. Mary Iwrence. 24tf Prudence and good butineti judgment tugged that you thou Id at all lime keep your life and property well iniured. Coo tull Jno. B. Hinei for anything in tht ia- e-ff-r V-f. Of.-f r fTith Puili'np Tm.k It;. 24tf Uiil:eri Elected for Ike I nuinj Year Free Baptil Sunday Sthool ii arded Prize Map ot Paletiae. The I.raos County Ii.'.erdeuom iuational Sunday Schol Conven tion and Institute, of wlikh a re p'jrt of the opening -c-s-ion was published in the Iiagie yesterday morning, closed yesterday after noon alter a biity at.d profitable day. Prei!cut T. A. Searcy called the meeting to order at u:," o'cl ivk and devotional exercises were con ducted by frof. K. O. Allen. lr. Meigs, tate secretary, then gave an able discourse on Thinking U.ble htudy. At io:io o'clock the roll call dis closed that the Free Ilaptist Sun day School hal the largest jerccnt age of officers and teachers present and was awarded the lieautiful student's map of Palestine. The record of the Sunday schools on roll call was as follows: rrcbyttric.n, 20 officers and teachers on roll, present to; Methodist, on roll 25. present 4; Christian, on roll 11, present 2; Haptist, on roil 2;. pre sent ifr; 1'ree Ilaptist, on roll 14, present 14. I'rof. k. O. Allen. Dr. P.utler, J. F. Mitchell. T. I. Kay and J. L. Kdge were appointed a cotumittte to nominate otficers for the cooven-1 tion for the ensuing year, and the j following were recommended and unanimously elected: J. J. Ray, president; ICd. Hall, vice president A. . liuchanan, secretary ana treasurer; Rev. T. A. Searcy, home department superiu.snJe.it; Miss Annie McDougald, primary super intendent; F. M. Law. normal class superintendent; I'rof. T. S. Minter, adult Iiible class superintendent. In the afternoon the exercises, were carried out according to the! program, there leing several ad-j dresses on important topics. ! Austin, Jan. if.. Attorney fietieral I'avidv n and Assistant Attorney (ieiieial LiglitfiHt aj jicared Ufme the house at 2:45 this .ifterr.ooti. After th.e govc-nor's message had been read the attor ney general aildrcs-ed the house and lead a c .:::r.-.unicatiou in which J,t a:d he filed suit ag.11r.st the Waters I'ierce (:' company on Sep teni'ier jo. i , t I'.argmg the U'at-ers-I'ierce Ml coinjiany with mo nopolizing the o.l l.iisi:ies ::i the state. Tlie ct i::u:.icatio:i went into de tail. The letter futl-.er stated .that tl.e t'olies were exact copies ( f the e'i deuce lie had in Lis jvissessu.;) He hai! the originals ui liis tle-s. t r tr.e iiispeetitin tit the lueiv.lie-rs. The evidence lie h.d w is secured trom J. 1'. (iiiic'.t 01 St. Louis, by Mr. I.ighttoot. Other ilncumeiits were secured :ro:n Culkn I Tl'.omasof Waco. The attorney general uevei claim ed t have 111 l is jmssess'tin th original ed the Henry s: Sinbl'n; draft, but hercfeiied to the alledg ed notations ji irssli iU. vi tin dratt ri M.-ti was r.i.oie og .it ! an: .A Uie :::e-mbvrs !. stitue v.. is L-nt Si;!. iTere-il to Iiave a i:::ttee appo:r.tcil I to sac time. I'.ryan ot Talo: ir.it tee to go K t. re for an ext'l.tr..itim 1) lusjvet li.eiu w.riteil a con: r.a:ley and a t.:e i.ocr.r.'.e nts ar 1 I.'.e ot 11 an'.son war.ttil ea;r.ir.e tliein. l'.ailev t Wihneth waute 1 to !i ive !.ii.e cw'.'.e Vf. re th.e ir.e the pape-rs. Mr llitlin :iis.. 'ise an.! exam that each mem ber of th.e house examine these paper. Tnev were ?;!i ar.'uing at 3.. VI o'cUls. le uetn!l MASUURbE sk,TE Messts. Xl'-; sV Ahh-rs scored a big sut-e'ess with their first masquer ade the skate, livery av.ol.ible b:t of seating capacity and standing room w..s t.oseu ::; the se-cta-tors, who crew 1:1 until the en ti.in v -pace was Kickcd. The tlo.rw.is aN.) thr. nel with the skaters, hirge uti:u!e-rs of whom were in.iske ! in many Kautitnl, fantastic or ludicrous costumes. Two prizes wete oiTered for the masked skaters, one a handsome vase, contested for by the ladies; and the ether .1 pair of military brushes and cast? . Th.e masquerade was such a pronounced hit that we understand another will be given in about two weeks. Miss Charlie Jenkins, dressed in the colon of "Old Glory," received the vase, and Master Roland Xunn, ia a cowboy costume, was awarded the I ai T.-fhe and ca.e. LRTEST FROM AUST1K Clearing S Men's tine Suits and Overcoats "P0NT miss this splendid opportunity U to get one of these high grade Suits or Overcoats now, just at the beginning of the Winter season, at a tremendous saving in price. All S27.50 Suits and Overcoats now 22 75 All $25.00 Suits and Overcoats now J 9 75 All $20.00 Suits and Overcoats now J 6 75 All $18.00 Suits and Overcoats now g Jfg All $16.50 Suits and Overcoats now J3 75 All $15.00 Suits and Overcoats now 12 75 All $12.50 Suits and Overcoats now g J Q JPg All $10.00 Suits and Overcoats now g g JPg rr- -g A I GREETING To our Customers: The year i. has passed into history. It Oes on record as one of the most successful years in the history of this section. Our s.ile-s have !.-en very satisfactory. We have striven hard in every possible way to attain this result; but much credit is dir. our many customers, whose regular and ever increasing patronage helped to swell tlie ra:hl total. Whether your contribution in the way of purchases was large or small, we extend our s'ueere and heartfelt thai.ks, and we assure you iur relations have leen very pleasant to us be yond the mere transaction o: business. We shall continue ati ak'ressive c. unpawn for your business, seeking to win it by de-serving it and serving you to the very V-st of our ability, in every respect. Wishing you. one." and all, a happy and prosperous year, Jno. M. Lawrence & Co. PHONES 78 & 54 INSURANCE JWO. A. Time Tells the Story Thri l a blr slltTfrnc" brtwt-Mi tii ct ( inaklnsr tlrt-clii winir-inacriio, euiUxf Titiit th tv-t ot material tut work inatithtp, ao1 oil wlilch 1 in i In th chft inauiivr. Tti -The buyer of th chp inachio .n put the tltnVrmc of price lo tb eootant ct for repair. u jr uothlu of tti annojlof lnfflcloey. SINGER SEWING MACHINES DO GOOD WORK DURING A LIFETIME CO'ttr bf F. A. SA1TZRHMITC at Mn.WUf fwrmhmnSff IblOORE - i V"