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J n J V -y H&vctnvtlk . . JM.rnifl Ijirftifr lI)c ,-L s "US'. F-v. t r' I - pft m V f . fatr ". l. VOLUME XX GREENVILLE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 5. 19J0. NO. 96 o&a i e &mit oo ee eooe a o o a o 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0' O 0 0 o 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Si t&00 00000000 0000H;S00ja00S&00 000 000 0000 000 0000 0000 0000C" 0000 0 THIS WEEK ALTi LADIES' DHKSSKS-OXU-TIALF OFF PLAIN PiGUim rnicfi. ft kAL1i liA.Jir.S SUITS-ON.MIA.jF OPP PLAIN PlOUlti: MARK. AIjIj LADIES' COATS-ONE-TIlIlfl) OPP PLAIN piauiti: MARK. ALL PUKS-ONK.POUUTII OPP PLAIN J?iaUR13 IMAlllC ALL SILK KIMONAS-ONE-POUItTlI OPP PLAIN PIGUItE MAltrC. ALL. . PLANNULETTK. . KIMONAS-OXH-KOUUTII OPl"? PLAIN PlUUltK MA1UC. 1UG OUT ON ALL MEN'S, HOYS' AND CHIL DREN'S SUITS. OVERCOATS AND SHOES. wr 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 r 0 0 II BRILLIANT CEREMONY DR. FELIX DRAMLETTE AND MISS MINNIE WILLIAMS MARRIED. 0 tit 0 0 0 0 .t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MONEY SAVED HERE &Jm rfJsa&5gU2 Left on Bridal Trip Last Will Reside In Mexico. Nlnht. There is a west Time to and That Time is 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wo hao hccureil tlio exclushu ngency fur tho fanous lino of 'WALK OVER" SHOES for C.reemlllo and In order to nnko ,oom for the complete stock of "WALK OVER" SHOES hlcli ltl arrio next month o will at once put on calo euiry man's mil boj's Shoe In the house at cost i:ery 3hoo goes Into this Sale-nothing resened. Wo will also Include In this Clearance Sate oiir entire line of Manhattan Shirts at 25 per cent Off Paragon Trousers at 25 per cent Of Men's ond Boys' Winter Under wear at 25 per cent off. And In fact all seasonable Roods throughout tho house will be offered at prices cut so low they will sell at onco N CALL EARLY WHILE THE LINE OF SIZES IS COMPLETE. EEaSGHlETEZKEi KC,fXcTfXA . J.-JfV.rwS WV, fryrex. 0 Ki 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000 0000 0000 0000000 0000 0000 000 m .j - - , lonio silk, with pearl trimmings, &&ll'WJfytyWtyy &&&$ . ilal toll and orange blossoms, iarr ' am, U shower bouiiuet of brides ri Jl IP ! and lilies of tho valley. No n J ould have lioen more beautiful JT - ' fnnu n.nittuii rf fnl.nf Tim linnitt f T T y f t T f f r r t A Complete Line Of '! tmiLO BUTTON SH I TOP OES Cupid comes to claim his own from jtniong th-i fairest, breaking the rnnka of happy homo and friends to estab llnh another according to Cupid's code, uweelor and fairer btlll. Tuesdaj eenlng nt eight o'clock at tho homo of Mrs William Allen Wll Hams, on Hist l'ark street, her daugh ler. Miss Minnie l.ee Williams was given In man Inge to Dr Kollx Her Hard Urnmletlo of Ia llspernnnaa, Coibulla, Mexico. Tho setting of tho event was that of the blended love of home nud friends. Ihu beautiful hoirc In'lts splendid bearing embiaced with uihanclng charms tluit etcrj touch of love and art In an ensemble of lovu's fa'rest nnd friends fondest On n'illiiK tho guests weio received Hist by .Mr. and MrB II W Will ams unil Mr. nnd Mrs Will A Wllllntns and tho further greeting In lino of re eeptlon was b Dr. and Mrs T 0 Konnul, Mr nnd Mrs T A. Smith, .Mr. and .Mrs II C McGaugho, Mi ami Mis Olo. II. Collins and Messis H M Chapman and C I) Junes The guests passed fium the reception lull to tho bark parlor and llbrar to aw nit tho coming of tho bridal party, which coming was tlrst announced by lltlte Trances Williams, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs, Will A. Williams, who sang In nature's sweetest of all melodies. the cli'ld olce, "It 1 had a Thousand Lives to Live," piano nccompau incut b) her mother, Hnvlug given this Hist announcement little Prancls re tired only to return again aecom panled bj Master John II Willlums of Hobart, Okla , as ribbon bearer keeping time to Lohengrin's Ilrldal chorus, bo beautifully rendeied b Mrs Will A Williams, nnd forming the lino of irurch foi tho chorus girls who descended tho stalrwa forming a seinl circle In the front parlor. The chorus was composed of Miss l.ouelli Tinvlor of Dalngei field, Miss Veia Clue of Pilot l'olnt, Miss Majo Ilojlvln, Mrs Archie Mori Is, Mrs WnlliiLO It. Grnhatn and Mrs Hai Cltilt, all conventlonall gowned In pink chif fon over pink satin niebballno No sweeter or higher tribute of voice and boul was ever paid of love and friend ship than was that of tho chorus 'lhero was a rhstlun In this entire ef fect which was delightful to the oe. and sweet to tho soul. In the last echo of tho passing mclod) came the bridesmaids and the groomsuvn, Misses I.orralno Williams, Mr l'mnk O'No'l, Miss Nanej lliaiulette and Mr. Angui Wjnno, foim'ng a part of a second semicircle In front of tho chorus The gowns of tho brldes- nmldb, pink corded bengallne bill with silver trimmings, gavo Just enough contrast to the beaut) ot tho gowns of the chorus girls to udd n inarm to tho entlio effect Indeed the brldcsirulds in gown and personal grace were Ideal Immediately sue reeding the bridesmaids nnd grooms men caino the irrijd-of honor, MIs3 Annie Williams, nnd tho bride, and from the drawing room inmo tho best iran, Dr T, N, Goodson, aud the groom, Joining the bride and maid or honor at the archway of the pjifur, the maid of honor do'lvorlng to the groom a sister's swcitest trPisure, and the groom delivering to tho maid of honor his best among men, n friend. 1 lio maid of honor was gowned In an exqulblto Imported 1010 pink mcssallue sitln with Jewel nud Jet trimmings, canylng an arm lion quel of pink cirnatlons Sho was nil ideal maid of honor nnd rare and beautiful were tho elements of hnr- mon) that made her so, As we come to think of tho bride, no find our thoughts first In tho soul and life of her, wo como to see her personal charms llrst through the beauty of her life and whatever we iray havo to say about the charms that please tho c)o of friendship, wo say It rnoro In the light of tho soul than otherwise Wo saw the brldo heiself first, and then her beautiful gown of whllo Hit lomo silk, with pearl trimmings, bi'- arrylng rosei ttlro no face sweeter or fairer. The beauty of the gown and graces of the brldo were Indeed enough to lusplrs a sweet and llfo 'ong memory The bride, groom, iraid of honor and bMl man LOiniiletini: tho second Eenil-clrcle. In i tho graco of this figure, Dev J 1'oa I ter Pierce of McKlnney In most ap l timnrlnto and licautlfiil words nerform carnations In tho center of which was An linmcnso cut g'.nsa vnso filled with pink carnnt'ons and ferns, Tostoons of am) lax were draped to form semi circles around tho tnblo nnd tied nt thn rnrnnra with lnreo bows of broad inL Hntin ribbon It was Indeed a most dainty effect being a hcait nnd nrt creation b) two ot tho brlde.s denrest friends Tho bride's enko which contained n ring, thimble, illmo nnd button was cut by the brides maids. Tho maid of honor, Miss An nlo Williams, getting tha ring. As tho guests passed from tho dining room wedding boxeo, tied with pink ribbon and containing dream enko wcro presented b Misses lless'o Wll Hams nnd llesslo Jones. Thosn, joung ladles wore gioeii iollo dresses which wcro er) prett) Indeed In tho 11 hrary the guests wcro asked to regis tci In the bride's guest book. Tho presents wero rich, raro nnd bountiful, requlr ng tluco large tables upon which to display them. They wero Indeed nil Imposing vordlct of love and esteem written In silver cut glass and hand embigldotlod linen. Tho brldo wore a huidsoino three p'ece ti.it. cling suit ot blue, with bat to mitch Dt and Mis llraiUottu will bo entertained on thulr tilp homeward In Austin b) tho Till Kappl 1'sl l'rn ternlty 'of which Dr. Ilramlelte Is n member and a miulier ot their Hlnlo Unlverslt) friends, both Dr and Mrs Hranilette being graduates ot the S.t.ilo Unlveisll) Thoy will also bo entertained nt dlnnoi In a m Antonio at St Anthuii) hotel b u nuinber of Dr. Drnmletto's medical friends In the lobs of Miss Jllnnlo Williams tiri-eiivllio loses one,ot hor best, brightest and moil lovelj dnugh ters. Sho was riared In llreentlllo in a home of opportuiilt) and highest boclal standing She Is prominent In llternrj and social circles, being a lri'iuber of tlneo ot the lending clubs of the cits, tho Pallas, Entin Nous and Uaclielor Girls. In all matters Intel lectual, religious and social she his been active, serving with distinction under nil responsibilities. Dr Dram k'tto won not onl) from our sweetest but btrongest and takes to his own uenit and love her whom wo well love and deeply regiet to give even though wo know she goes lo make a llfo sweeter and sweeter still be her life. Di Iliamletto lb a )Oung man of sterl ing worth nnd ablllt). Although et oung In his piorchslou he Is scitlug with dlstlnition as ph)slclnn and sur geon tho Mcxlcin Coal nnd Coko Co ot Los Kipeiaiins CobulH Ills pro fu8slon.il caieer Is securo In both his splendid lutellettuall) and noble traits of ihiracter. lie was reared to )oung manhood In llouhnui and Is of one of tho best mid most fnvorubl) known families In North Texas No joung couple ever cmbarkid upon life's voago with more friends to cheer, loto nud admire than does this. Tho good wishes that follow them will bo llfu long us they will be from those who hate Journejed thus far with tli Jin In life onl) to loto nml ndiulie ihom Tho out ot town gutsts were Mrs W n W)iino of Wills Point, Mr. and Mrs i: T, Ambler of Port Worth, Mr. ltoborl Goreo ot Houston, Mrs Clns Nun-i of Uonhnin, Mrs. Win. IlranlUte of Uoiiham, Misses Itutli uud Kmlly Ilrnmletto of Hon ham, Mrs Hobert Splvy ot Muskogeo, Okla , Mr and Mrs John It. Williams of Hobart, Okla, Miss Jowil Duucan of Uonlinm. Mr. Nunn of Sherman, Mi and -Mrs Prlsby ot Dallas, Mr uud Mrs. J II. Wynne ot Hundley, Dr T N, Goodson of San Antonio, Mrs Win Deltrlch ot Cleburno, .Mrs Thad Carslylo of Kaufman, Miss Vera Geo of Pilot Point, MibS I.ouella Tray lor of Dalngerflold, Miss Nancy Utnm lotto ot llonbaiEu Tlio escorts chosen for the young ladles from out of the city wero Messio. Anhlo Holmes, Will Lawlcr, 12d Willlums and Angus V)nne The bridal party accompa nled Dr and Mrs Hranilette to the station, bidding them a last good b)c, and wishing thorn tho special r.ivor of all that's good ot fortune. A C LECTURE RCCITAL JANUARY 12th An Entertainment of Eneertlonal Edu catlonal Value. The Hurleson Collego Music depart ment announces an ctent of nioro than) ordinary interest to tho music lotcrs nnd music studcntH or arecntllte In the coming of W. Waugh Lauder, tho eminent irtlc, lectured and pianist of Chicago, who ttlll glvo two lecture recitals In tho attornoon and otcnlng of tho tttolfth ot Jnuuar) at the,col lego. Mr, liiudcr Is n pianist ot tho nrat rank, n graduate ot tho Consort alor) ot Ucpzlg nnd a pupil for three jcais of Liszt. Dii(;lnR his stn) In Kuropo ho was closely nssoclatod with ininy of the jreaest inus'clnns. Llsit, Wagner, Sophie Meiiter, Sgnmbatl, lloff mid ninny otheis, of whom be gives In teresting nicounts bised upon the ati thorlt) of his peisonal iicqunliitanio with them Mr lAinler has phi)cd before the Into Popii Leo XIII and tho ro)nl families ot lt.il) nnd H.ivm), and In Ills touis over this r.iiinlr) ho bus 3tin uvcr flto thousand recltnls The lciluioieclt.il nt which Mr Uiiulvr was tho oilglnutor, linn gri'ttl) increased tho appreciation and undtr stnndlng of musical Hteratuio mil art In this cuuntr) nnd ! of oxcoptioh nl nilutat'onnl vnluo both for studentH and musical liijinen. Tho plan con slstb of a lecturo upon tho wotlm id eltlmr one or u giotip of composers, tin era In luislcul hlstoo, nation il characteristics oi uiuslcnl form, lllus trntcd at tho piano b) programs drawn not onl) fiom music written fin the p'nno, but fiom orchestral, opoiatlr ind Ming lllerntiiu', and Mr. tiulcr s success In this field lonslsts In bis practical use of Ihu uullnilteil know lul(,e of musli.il lltur.ituro ul his com m.ind The ilnil) pi ess ot Dubuque, town, .mseits that ho knViws mole about u ills c thin an) other mini llv Ihk, nnd jrtnlnl) tho i.ingo ot his pro giam noBfcabenr out thin tcxtl- moii) , IN MEMORY OF JUDGE HEFNER PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL. ,fV-t-$..'&.xX--"-X i 1 . i . "xir r A Clearing oaie or women s ana Resolution Passi-d by the Wesley Church Sunday School. Again wo are biuiiblil to lonlle that lite ij tlcoljiiig and that the "shallows aio leiiKtheiilng" A II Hefper, out trend (mil fijlow so Join nor has fallen lo sleep In his death the coiuiiiuull) Is boreate'd and the chui ih Ins lost a tallaut soldier Tboso who know hlirj best loved him niobt Ho was oainest, conscientious and sincere Ills quiet unohtiiiHlvo inanneis, his goullo d'sposltlou mid his earnest ilosliu lo do his Master's will won for him thu love, lespect and esteem of all who weui so for tunalc us to his fellows and to fulllll his mission In llfo in accordance with Divine ti aching was tho great con trolling mutlto of his existence It m.i) bo trill) said or him that ho had known the Chrlbt fiom his lnohood from tho beginning ot that detoted llfo which has bun translated fiom tho tabeiiiaclo of earlh to "tho liouuo not undo with b uids, denial In tho heavens ' 'I bo g'oilous Inllueuco of such a life. Is kit In us as a swoel, rich aud Imperishable heritage, while Heaven grows Inlghtor with tho udd ed lustre of a now "star In glory." Resolved, That Woslo) Sunda) school slneercl) niouius with the dtrlekCn fumlly and all the wldo ell cl(i of friends, and rejoices with ex ceeding!) great Joy at the surn pros- pict of tin loBiiriectloii of tho dend and tho lire everlasting Respectful 1) siibmlttid, T D SI'ARNDS, II II MOCK, J I. ENGLISH, MRS I.IZX.Ii: M flllUI.L Aa Election Called to Vote on Equip ping of Two Fire Station. The clt) council met In regular tvcikly session )estordny at ! o clock a'l members present The following resolution was rend second time nud adopted A resolution providing that tho city couno 1 of tho city of Greenville, Tex as, shall call an election to bo held on tho 12th day of robruary, 1010, at which election the question shall bo submitted to tho properly tax: pa)lng totcts ot tho city whether or not tho city council shall Issuo $20,000 In bonds for the purpose ot the perm- S nticnt Improvement ot tho fire tie- v partni'iit, to wit: The constnict'ng . nud equipping of two ilro stations, X prot Idlng how said election shall be ( Y held mid who shall hold tho same V Tho following oidluniices were road S Hist time i'. An urdlnnnco authorlx ng tho city X of Gieeuvlllo to const nut pormanuiit J street Improtomeiita an I assess part 'i of the cost thereof ngnlnst tho own l' ers of property abutting upon siich'S linproviiiii nt nud their ftropertt nnd X .igaiiist tho uwneie oifjailroul or.Y nl.til I nil. ..ml., iu .llhl lit u.inAlB .1- I J. O.dll M.ltllll.lO .'1.VHIV 'W Oil' I'tD VI hlghwuts Improved and theli proper y; nnd to provlda for tho enforce ment nnd collection of such assess niont An onllinitco adopting chapter II of the general laws of tho State of l'evns, pissed h) tho 31st legislature being ' An act to authorize Incorpo rated lowua, cities nud tillages In the stale of 'lotas lo construct perm aiti'iit stieet Improvements, and as mbh inut of ha tost theruof ngnlnst i lie owiieiB of the propert) abutting upon such luiprovofnent ind tlioii propcrt) uud against thu owners ot rnlliouils in stieet rnllruids ou till ing stn els or hUhwil)H Impuived and tber pinpirty, and to prot'lde lor the (iifoin incut nud colleitlon of such as sussnnnls, nnd lo pruvldo for the sub mission heieuf to a vote of tho tcsl dent property tax piers who nio qiililllKd voleis of suth touilli, cilies and tlllagos, and dee'ariug nn etner genc). Motion mndo nud cariled that G 11 Cwl lus be granted sixty du)n fiom Ian Kith In which to complete slde walk on north sldu ot his properl) on i:,iBt Leo street. OR, J. R. ROACH DEAD. Misses Appparel Startling Price Reduc tions. This Is n sale that ttlll havo no equal, prices havo bees made on these handsomo garments that positively cannot b matched If )ou ttlll remember roost otcry garment now In our stock was bought nt special prices, late In tho tall, thoy wcro duplicates of tho early full btjles, nnd aro acknowledged as the dressiest and most perfect things shown anywhere. Now comes This Great Half-Price Sale. Enabling jou to get tlieflo sniro perfect fltllng, exclusive st)les nl Just halt these oxt emcly low prices Every garment Is perfect In stle and every orm worth moro than double what we nre asking Theso tailored suits como In tho very newest weitos, long coats, beautifully lined with tho satin, some trimmed with thn buttons, others with fancy brnld. In rich shades of old rose, brown, tan, green, black, blue, etc, Ihu skirts nre plaited and tucked, neat walking lengths, and tho regular prices wcro $5 SI to ?2ir0, now they go nt ox- actl) half price $U.92 to $12.25 Handsome ouepleeo dresses and wraps, entlra lino now at half, the drosses come In rich shades, how est styles, tho coats aro long nnd perfect In st)les, tho prices on theso ranged from J I 9J to J2I CO, now thoy are halt. . Sj?2.'l7 ' $12.25 llalnucn ot our furs aro now marked ut half prlco Dttnt) undei muslins, rich diess skirts and waists aro all marked nt u sating of ; f3 Por Ccnt ort Infants' wraps of all kinds In the white nnd colors now nt 31 13 Per Cent Off llxtr.i iipiclnl In all lines of notions, novelties, etc, a saving of ;ri l'l't" tonl " n" winter undorwear Vim will need Uibbo girinenls for many inoiitlni )et so take ndvanlngo of those low prices now Hrm mm; 'f . &$'." "SmiiMMMdMSMiiiJ ;-: :::::-M"I!M'"M!''t"W44 j Passed Away at His Home In Lone Oak Yesterday. "At 2 10 jostorili) "liTluriioou in I II Hoarh dloil nl his liomu In lxtne Oik of pneiiiuonln, nfler an Illness of elgght dii)s 'I he deceased was born In the Twin Oak neighborhood IJ )eais ngo, nud was leared In Hunt inuilty Ho was the sou ot Mr uud Mrs V C Kuneli, who suitltu him Ho recultcd a cum mon hchuol education and tin n look a cuurso In nn dlilne, utter vvhleli he i who b-iclt hiiiiie to pliictlc anil inailn a Bin cess Ho was married to Miss llenshaw, who with two children sur vives him, ns ulso do two brothel h nud a sister Dr llo.tch was an honored momboi of thu Hunt Count) Modlrul Awucln tlon, nnd In coiinectlou with his prui tlco had a drug stoio ut Initio Oik llo bolonged to set unil nnoiolont ordera and was generally esteemed nnd respected 'I he funeral will talio place today Cleaianco Sale --Pel klnu Ilroi Co X"X"'X"!'J"i"' t ? :j; START THE ?f i NEW YEAR . C'earnnio Hale Perkins Pros Co RIGHT? 4 m$& oooo ooo oooo osoo ooorroa t 6 : o o o o o o o o o a o o o o o o o a o o o o b Wednesday Mo.ning, January 5tli we begin our gnat clean up sale. You will find goods greatly He duced In liter) Department with prices that ttlll move. Men's Clothing and Overcotts ono third oft and ono toutrh off on all tle-n's ami lto),' panlB, ono llilrcT oft on ull Boy'a Clothing Overcoats, Shirts, reduced ono fourth Uuderwesr Reduced ono fourth Hl Reduction on all Shoes, Dry Oooils, Silks, Dlankets and Comforts, Millinery, IjuIIos Suits. Itoad our lllg Circular. liUUSpOfll & uPllfSOOL GREENVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. Just Received ALSO A BKAUTIFltt LINK OF LADIES' LOW CUT SHOKS AND l'UMI'S IN 1'ATKNT ND SUmL WITH TWO STRAl'STUST THE THING FOR W& CANOINO SIIO:S. Sl'BOIAIi WUCES ON ALL Vr LADIES' AND MEN'S FELT SHOES. :r i .'& AJSngetiville SKoe Co m&y r"7?ccessoflcob. o. wi W5 . jE.SratfflS J;if!co'uo ,la7Plano, Vole. i--t-.- - , . violin nican. Theory. StudloB convenient to thu public school. New Phone no. . f V t 4? Y A fciii: PyL. itl r"H ed tho rercmony which consuinmated and sealed with a land ot gold thu fondest hopes of two )oung hearts which havo loved long and havo toted well Tho c,ercmony performed the bride a,nd groom, wero warmly con gratulated and extended nil good wishes, after which tho guests were Invited to the dining room by Mrs II C. Mcflaughey, whero they woio sorted angel food blocks and fancy cfream, on which was moulded pink cuplds Those bervlng In the d'nlng room were Misses Kathleen Jones, Vdlennn Williams, Mabel Mattox. Hat- V lo Cleo Smith and Aurella Jones, . ' daintily dressed In pink The ladles Directors Held Annual Meeting Yes terday A'ternoon. A stocl.holdUs ireetlng of thti Greenville Ilulldlug h Loan Assocla tlou was held )cisterday morning at thu otflco of Scrrctary C. I! Joiicb Tho annual report showed Unit the association Is In fine condition and Is growing with tho clt). Under Its able management It will continue to grow and Its stock Is nluablo to those who deslro to sate and Invest their money. The following officers wero elcctid, Hour) W. Williams, President, 13 Sculrt, Vice President; lllls Illrdsoug trnnsuror; C II Jones, secntary 1)1 rectors W II Wise, II W Williams, Pert Dealt, J O llayter, E Bbltf, C II. Jones, M M Arnold ltlnaico Committed, W II James, W W Sockwell, J A. Hodgu. Tho ninth series of stock will ra lure on May 1st and In February the fifteenth berlis will bo Issued Kvory )Oung man In Greenville should pur chase gtock In this hotio Institution A little each mouth taken from your inrnlngs and saved will amount to n great deal within only a few yiarn lime. Bmz's Preserved Cher ries. Preserved Strawberries. Bulk Mince Meat. Boston Bell Boneless Her ring. Cod Fish and Newport Mackerel. Of course you want In and X )ou inn not find any bo'Ur X wuy of sturtlng It right nnd keep f It going right all the )oar than X by buying nil our Drug Hloro i X wants from us Out stock Is X Y very conin utu "i ou can most Y ! nlwn)s find Just what you want h X here Our prices ure no higher .y i X f. than elsewhere Wii ireai you A Y iilro and wo appreciate yor f y patronniiB X i Perkins Pharmacy J. J oooflo oooooo oeoo oooo oogeooo 1t X"X-'X"''''X"J"'M":"'X"M'''-frH'"! X DUY GI10CEHIE8 FROM I oore JANUARY 8thTHCY WILL GIVE THE HOT OODA. C. L OINKLE The Pure Food tiroes r. Deall Hide-, H. Btonewall BtreeL Old Phone 188. Now Phon 441. All kinds of bargains. Carry now furnlturo, will exchange for your sco ond hand goods. Every Monday and Saturday special days to farmers II. 8. Chandler. ! FIMC CAHDY. X ........ ..i..A.A.Alu( V ? V V VrrrrA rrr rrf r "" " W. C. T Jorses I A LIDERAL PER CENT OF THEIR 8ALE8 ON THAT OAV TO DE U8ED FOR STATEWIDE PROHIBITION Old Phone 140 "M-M''W."V'H"!M''"J X--" I Fish and x Oysters Received Fresh Daily A''X'i"''''',,',,M':''i'"MMJ?,i' New Phono 140 -4-'v4'-'''''''''''Wf'K, iW.H.Wilkins Market i x : M--''Jv"'?v5- Old Phone 192 New Phono 204 ;SS wEa(s3snfeJfcwi Harbuck (Si Sorv ? t I In dining room to entertain tuo gueBti ooal and box wood beaterff at t I wore Mia J H vanAmuursu, jire. greatly reduced prices at Cuandicrs "iSi aitv. .,, . ... I I ull) I gggJr; til, .. fef&yytWSrtwtWrt&rttMtt z VT C Kennedy nnd Aim ueorge vol J llns The table was laid with a J handsomo satin damask coter, boidr- ed with cluny laco The centerpiece ;j4jMjfJ was r pyranKd of siaylax and pink to mako room. I)r. D. H. Waddle, ei , nose and threat Ura Houict block. speclaiut, cyo aUuet fitted THE AROMA OF GOOD COFFEE Wko our No. ,1 Coffee, always uiven one a kou ap patlte. NUMBER 4 CoIfo uwke the wholo meal eujo)able. Try II only Sfjo pound. 'Phone 1M nud we'll send )ou Home. JH O. Hayter & Son . .3 , SPECKLED TROUT NAUD BURNETT, v N ( T, - -3Wj -, if.