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NEWS IN BRIEF.
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It Quite bse.
W. P. Coon, on BnBt l'ark street
Silk iltiimnnti liu f niin
Woolen Du-s liuods ll.ilf pruc
Vt-ltcteins, the Mini, . Me
One lot 2Gc Crochet Silk, the spool 10o
25c Tricot Wool l'lniinel. black nnil pink, the yard.... 15c
S5e Worsted Plaids, red only the yard II l-2c
Ladles' rino blucher tnu Uomi worth $2.50 to J3.B0 now $1.05
l.tifllo' patent leather vamp, rasplierry top, button shoes,
former price, ?3.50, now J1.U5
111b lot 10c milting for r.c
Ulg lot Jlen's BOc ribbed or f)eoeO lined titulorwpnr, the
garment . , 350
Men' or Boys' BOe nnd 76c Outing Gowns, now 26n
Men's or Hoys' BOe nnil 7Sc negllgeo shirts, Bllghlly soiled,
priced 350 or rf for $1.00
Our price" wns 25 oh $80 Vrlluo Mho uitg for 111011, now
priced ',.'...'. .... fisoo
Onr prlco wns $20 on fit, vnlin fine' suits for men, now
priced ; $11! 50
lllg rut on Men's rants. Knee Suits, Oterouuti, Ladles'
rearing appaiel, etc.
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$ "as ueen quite sick lor soterni najs Celeste wero 1 the city jesterdny.
Drlcf Mention of Those Who Come
Dr. ,1, S. Hill returned yesterday
fl. 11. Honsloo and Dr. Cannon of
Y. M, C, A. Gospel Meeting,
Bpeclnl sons serrlco and talk by
Uc K L Compere in the pnrlOTB
f the V M. C. A Sunday afternoon
) :it 3.30 for ipn nml hoys. Conic.
liiffiifclft I '
Vlslli.iu 11 Hoys',
Mlsi f'hubli Soulhnll ami Misses
t Ollle and Theressa Havens went to
1 Hoyso yestenlny conlng nlid will vis-
It there over Sunday.
I tostnuie iioy Harrington ot uon
racreo wns In tho city yostorday.
Mrs Ada Dodga of Clinton, ICy, Is
visiting her brother, J, S. Franklin
Miss Johunlo Marsha!! returned
, fioni Campbell yesterday to Walt at
home oer Sunday.
Tho following caids have been re
ceived b filends In the city. ".May
Sue, Dee. SO, 1009, Mr. nhd Mrs.
George .1, Hudspeth, Lubbock, Texas."
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An Old Paper. ,
.ludgo Manning jestcrd.iy uliowjd
a lleiald reporter a copy of thu Ul
ster County Gazette, published Jan.
1, ISOl), nl Kingston, N Y. The pa
per lias Its rules turned in mourning
for tho death of Washington. It Is
an Interesting and valuable sheet.
First Presbyterla-i Church.
Itev. A. 1'. Cunningham of Helton
:urli'd last nlgtil mid will occtip) tho
pillpll of the 1'lrst I,icHh)lerlau
ehiirch this morning mid tonight
Mr, Cunningham, has n line reputa
tion as u preacher and it is hoped
thai eeiv member of tho i-lmrrh and
ec.ng'1'gatlon will come nnd hear him,
FOR PUBLIC WEIGHER, (
R. E. Spradllng Make Announce
ment Subject to Democratic Prl
mari"B, Subject to Deniociatle primaries
July S.I, It. (Hob) 11, Spraining an
miunecs to the voters of Hunt county
his candldacj for lublle"welglicr 1'ro
clnct No. 1. .Mr. .Sprndllng renlly
iKHila no iiilrodiictlon to the public
Hoi 11 nnd reared onl flo inllcj suutb
east or Greenville, stands today recom
mended by his neighbors anil many
friends. Ho is a man of character,
honest in his ecry dealing nud Is
both Just and accurate. He believes
In a square deal for all He Is a
rareful n-iin In business mailers and
Is fully qualified for the office for
which ho nunouiices. He will npprc
elate the consideration or the Miters
of this county.
ANNOUNCES FOR MAYOR.
W-H-i- 4-M"I-I-! H-2K- -i-H-M 'H-l-H-M- f-WHH-3-
Y A FEW
V TO CLOSE OUT
I AT COST
f ELECTRIC DOORDELLS IN STOCK
f COLUMBIA LAMP GLOBES BEST ON THE MARKET.
-M-H -H-W 4-HW-4 HfW h-W-H- H-H-I-
Start the IMew Year
ed in one of our
Ce& " ff i L fl n J
Suits or Overcoats at
an Kepiar rriGos
All Boys1 Suits or Over
coats at 1-3 Less than Reg
THE STORE AHEAD FOR GOOD
Corner Lee and St. John Streets.
A Statement by J. V. Alexander to the
To IIh- Democratic Voler nf tin- Cil
of Crci'iiulh': I l-g to announce iuyt.e!l
n1 n candidate for the o(Tl(c of c il V
m:ior, suiijccl to the action of the clt
pruning I wish to state to citizrni l
lrcrnilli' Hint if elected I will hludi
oush ciidinxnr to di'.iliiirge eicrj duty
cucHiiibciii upiiu the mayor in an liou-
oinlilc holiest, cfficitnl upright ua.
iramg no nt nnd tolerating no giaft
I tliirtk the city should own bcr Jttlii
lic ufihtic and lloulll manage nnd fi
ounce them with that Hlnewil burtiins
ovrrsiglit that woulil lnnKe iliem iscif
cuslniiiing. leienue bciirin and delii
I tliink I lie city wnlcr work" should
tunc attention, to wit .Sabine met,
and prevenl tin fur ni possible and juiu
tieable the ilriiiiinge in to the fcniiie from
any thing 01 pltice calculated (o polule
or (nniiiiiiuiiile the eitv drinking waf
er, which might endanger Die health of
iti p.tlionx or spread ejiilLiuie dieae.
The tity shoulil ii every mean' awnl
nhle la snfi'giuird the health, piotcct
the proper ly. spread jirnnperity nnd up
lift the mornl nnt eriiicnliomil iutitu
tioni of tiie sninc.
Ai olcnulincM h r1,iHRiil next to Ctnl
liripis, the city should be put in n near
a perfect similar condition as available
meniH will permit of. An iucesMiiL w lr
fnre glinuld bo waged ngninnt the houie
fly and tiie malaria distributing mos
quito. Ijvws pcrljiinlng l- spilling on
nidevvniks nntl public places should li"
enforced to the letter, I am la favor
of piogic-.i'iou coupled witll judicious
ron-M vntmn, the city money should h.
As manufactories sre regnidul as the
bone nnd sinew of the proipeiily nf a
city and county, giving 1 mploynient to
labor nud a market for produce and
slimulating husinciq, there should be a
strenuous united eirort by all lo induce
iiiimufmturiug cnterpiiseH lo locate in
the cilv. Thin ln-inj; an opportune time
for copitnl to embark in (lie uiiiiiv man
ufHciiuing entcipiises needed line and
will probab!,, Ih' jnit in in I he near fu
I ee no pardonable excuse why flreeu
ville sliould sit on the slool of donolh
ing and let other eitles lcs fiiiornblv
situntpil iiluck Hie ripe fruit tint
lirciMiville deserves and should gather
Populated by as good people and Mir
rounded by us gi,J a ciMinliav ns inoital
man need to uuut with nbiiudaut mil 11
nil resources, with niilionds and other
ndvnuliiges Urceuiille i hound to Ik- a
city of some imigniliidc (Ineuvillv huB
a loutiiiuoiis Hubstiiiitinl growlli but
should glow much faster. V realise
tiie city has been eoufiouleil by coiuli
tlons Hie iinst year over which no man
had nay coiitml, to wit: the ihplonible
water famine which taxed Hie ingenui
ty of the best minds to solve, putting
seveiul of the city depart menu out of
comuiihHion, cieiiling a loss in lenlal
leieiiiips nud piohably a defieinency in
llie several 11 ports. As this is puiely
111 ni'rliiilliiral country mid ns Die fm -mer
progresses so pross'ioim the eit,
I here sliould 1st uo laws passed that
would dls-harmouize the inn1 mil inlci
est Hint would exist between the coiiu
,i and uly people and all should have
that patriotic ambition to build up 0111
(ouiiy seat, as often the suiroiindiiu
country is classed by the nppcuiniuc ol
the county seat.
As competition Is -the life of tinih
there should he no icitrictiou upon n
lej'ltllliule business which would tend
to mine the price of the necessities
life. I have llcUT asked for olinc !'
fore. I was lsiin at Jlarslmll, Tem. 111
18BH, iimveU 'o Shady flrove coumiuii'iv
In 1HM, moved to Greenville in 1P01 foi
the education, tociul, business and re
llgloiu U'uefits that (liwiiv ille allonls,
and get some of (lieenvllle's piopi-r'.v
Iwfore it gets out of my reach. 1 be
lieve a candidate should stand fur sauio
thlutf, lite iuere handing out csids with
Die "consider me or leiuciiiber ine,"
does not suirice as a meritorious claim
fur olllce. I wish lo ssy Jf elwle.1 to
tiie office of major it will tw my laudi
hie aiiibition to manage the city nlfairs
tluit came under my administration in
I hut prudent business way that will
meet the lmruionloiM heaily approval
of the rl(jlit-tliliiUiyf good people ot
Oreenvllle, If jou think I could serve
I he eilj's best InUresl I will surely aji I j
imiavf jour ueiji anu vote.
Wishing all a healthy, prosperous and
happy uvw )ear,
Yours to serve, '
joun w. am:xam)i:k
REAL ESTATC TRANSFERS.
Deeds Filed For Record in Office ol
(b'lirnlihinl by Klncey Absti.ict Co.)
Deeds filed January ", laiO:
U M Henrio nnd wife to M lv'. T.
Mnronoy, one ncro ot the V. L. Wll
111 us suivev, S7r,.
P. V. Unbb and wife to 0. F. Coop
er, two lota in town of 1,ano OnK,
A 1' Ynrbiougb nnd wlfu to H. V,
Brown, 22 1-4 nci'es ot tho J. Doalt
J V. Sinclair nnd wife to r. M
llntke, lota 7 and S In block ?, of M.
0. Scott nddltion to Greenville, $1,100.
Wm. M. Tapseott and wlfu to fran
cos T. Taylor, two tracts of land of
Sho'hy tounty school land survey
Lecture Recital at Penlcl.
D" V. Watigh l.uudcr, noted pian
ist, a pupil and personal friend of
Liszt, the. ivurld'B fireatest pianist,
an Intimate fileuil of Wngner, will
give three leeturo-recllnls In the col
logo auditorium at I'eulel Monday
night, Tuesday morning at 'J:'M nnd
Tuesday night. Adncsslon for the
ihree recitals Is 73 cots for the
nights, im0.1i 50 cents and for tho
moiiilng :',r, cents.
A Valuable Booklet Free.
Kverj perhon wlio calls at French
. Moore's drug store will bo given a
little booklet written by an eminent
authority. Kvery fnmlly has one or
inoro persons who have eczema, pim
ples, dandruff, ring worm, tetter.
prickly heat, hlvoj or some form of
skin or scalp disease. This booklet
Is v, rlttcn lu such a plain, simple man
ner that any person after peiubal of
It can tell what is tho matter wltn
them and can at once proceed to get
a slmplo homo treatment that will
destroy the germ Hfo that causes tho
disease, and in this way effect a com
plete euro of any form of skin or
i . l ? j
j. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. 4.
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Catholic Catechism nt 9 n'. m. No
Lee Street Methodist Church .Sun
day school nt 10 n. m. Choir prac
tice nt 7 p. in 1 D. Stacy loader
First Presbyterian Sunday school
nt 9:30 0. m. Rev. A. F Cunningham
of Helton 'will preach at 11 n. in nnd
7 11. 111. All members of the congre
gallon nro earnestly requested to at
tend. West Qreo-ivllle Baptist Sunday
school at 9: in, Service nt 11 e in
and 7 p. 111. by the pastor, Hev. Itecce
Sunlicauib nt 2:30. Junior Union tit
3. Senior Union nt 1.
Wesly Church Sundny Bchool nt
9:30 n in. Preaching at 11 a, in, nnd
7 p. in. by the pastor. Row 12. H.
Casey. Von nro Invited. Church warm
and comfoi table. Good singing. A
cordial welcontj nvvnlts 50".
Free Methodist Church At 11 n.
111. Hev. i;. B. Jones of Kvansxlllo,
Wis., will nil tho pulpit. Sundny
Kchool at 2:30 p. m. Preaching at 7
p. in. It. U. Fletcher, pastor.
Christian Church Sunday school nt
9.30. Sermon nt 11 a. 111. "Now
Year's Greetings or Now Year's Ser
mon." At 7 o'clock ".Moses, States
man and Leader." K or) body Invited
lo come. A real warm conifortnblo
Church of Christ Will m?et for
llllslo study at ID a. in. Worship at
11 11. 111. i:nngullst Swlnnoy of Dal
las will preach at 11 a, 111. and 7 p.
111. You are cordially Invited lo nt
tund. The hall will be comfortably
Grace Presbyterian Sunday hchool
9:-)5. l'reachlng nt 11 a 111. and 7
p. in. by tho pastor. Subject at 11
o'clock: "The Church, a lleggar and
tho Preacher a Parasite." At 7 p. in.
"Tho Compelling Power of Ijovu."
.Mrs. Virgil Jolmscy will sing at tho
morning hour. K cry body Invited.
First Baptist Sunday school at
9:30. At the 11 o'clock hour the of
ficers of the church of the Sunday
school nnd the teachers of the Sun
day school will be Installed. Services
nt 7:30. Senior 11. Y. P. U. at C:30.
All members aro earnestly requested
Kavaiaugh Church Sunday school
will be nt 9-45, as usual, and It Is
desired to begin promptly at the
hour designated. Everybody Invited
to the Sunday school. At 11 a. 111.
tho pastor, Hev. C Pugsley, will
preach a sermon designed to be ot
special Interest and a large attend
ance is hoped for both morning and
night Special music nt morning sor-vlco
Signs of the Times Past, Present and
It has been said that the future
could he partially told by past nnd
piesont In the past people of Greeif
vllli" and Hunt county traded lor furnl
tmu most anywhere, until ncnrly n
your ago. At tho present, they am
trading where they find prices and
quality combined to meet thulr needs.
In the fuluio they will continue to do
tills Quito u nuir-ber havo been trad
ing lice. Will jou not Join tho wide
nvvnko number of buyers?
11. S. CHANULHK,
Thu Furniture linn.
IS ALL IT WILL COST YOU
FOR FOUR SUITS PRESSED
AND SHINES UNLIMITED.
QOTH PHONES 43.
Bs5g3sagFi n 1 1 in 1 11 nrSQEftra
A DANDY OOOI) BILL
New Picture, New Sonus
ALL NEW VAU
Somo Folks were
because They Had to get Jp
and llulld it Flro these CoU
JMornlngs. They Also Had
whilo Thoy woro Building the
It Won't Happen If you Get A
Wu'vo Got Them but we Don't
Want to Keep Tbuui any longer
than to Give Yo'i a Chance to
The O110 which Suits You,
and Wo Sell thorn At Cost.
Cnll up both phones 31 or 70
and aslt for Smith. Ho will give
you what Information jou wish.
GREENVILLE GAS GO,
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specta 1st eve
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Kvcn when Its all their way.
We want to urgo on all who
haven't jet tested tho merit of
our seml-nuniinl House Clearing
Ladles' $1.00 Underwear, cut to
Ladles, 7fic Underwear cut lo
Ladles' 30e Underwear, cut to
Indies' 23c Underwear, cut to
$1.50 Silks, cut to $l.uo
$1.00 Silks cut to U7
75c Silks, cut to 50
50c Silks, cut lo 31
$1.50 Wool Diess Goods, cut to
$1.00 Wool I)res Goods, cut to
75c Wool Dress Goods, cut to
$1.00 Ladles' Neckwear, cut to
73c Ladles' Neckwear, cut lo
50c Lidles' Neckwear, cut to
35o Ladies' Neckwear, cut to
25c Ladles' Neckwear, cut to
$1.00 Belts, cut to 73c
75c Holts, cut :o fi'le
50c llelts, cut to 35c
The House That Quality Built.
I f j f1 ft TTi f
ale is in Full Progress
ECONOMY' REIGNS SUPREME
AT OUR bTORE
THE WISE WOMAN, THE CAREFUL WOMAN AND THE
nil know thnt HKR13 thoy can got greater valuo for less money
than elsewhere The best In quality, Hiough lowest In price.
Uvory woman Is treated with the utmost courtesy and consld
oral 011. Oui every cffo.t Is to please, to Induce her to come
ngn'n, to glvo absolute Satisfaction and Uargains,
Hvery price In the storo Is nn emphntlo buying reason. No
end of buying Incentives no limit to salng poss bllltleB.
A.slioit list of reminders: , r; 'BJ
CLEARBWG THE DECKS
OF OJJTINGS AND FLANNELS
Slotleil llnnnels, the 8 l-3e grade during this sale 5
Tho best mot led llantiels. heavy long fleece, the 10c quail.
ly, Clearing sale price '....., , .7 1-2
Small lot of 7 l-2c outing, Clearing snlo price.., So
All Iho best 10c nnd 12 l-2c outings, light and dark colors,
Cleat Ing sale prleo ,7 l.-Jc
10c bleached cotton flannel good qualty for So
10c ad 12 l-2e heavy long nap cotton riannel, Clearing salo
Wool.riaiinels, heavy twill, red, nil wool, 33c quality, Clear
ing sale prlco , Me
All our c'o'ored wool llnnnels 25c quality for 17c
All I tic 20c wool flannels Including the best Irish frieze llan
nels, Clearing sale prlco 12 12c
GREAT VALUES HERE
Choice or our entile lino of 10c ad 12 l-2c ginghams, Clear
ance salo prlco 7 i.2c
Small lot of suitings for 5e
15c 1 ear-silk in high colors for 6c
1 lot of $1.00 nud $1.50 kid g oves for 50c
1 small lot of odd laco eiirtnlns at 1-3 original price.
MEN'S HATS FOR 95c.
1 odd lot of men's hats, bioken sizes, values up to $2 50,
Clca.ancu sale prices c
"CLEARING THE DECKS' SALE ON VELVET
All 50c velvets, dealing sale price 23c
All $1.00 velvets. Clearing sale pilco . ,..., 500
Hi ten MtLuiWizW ll-&m
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Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
We nave a large lino of latest designs In wall papers, Just ai.
rived direct from the mills and can supply your wnntB, making
very close prices. You will be surprised at the size and qual
Ity of our stock. Callandoeeus. Wehandlcthecelebrated
Heath & Milllgan and Rogers Pai its. '
Just eaBt your ejo ovor this list ot
Items for your Xmas tablo: 1909
Nuts (nil kinds), Oranges (the finest),
Jlalolns nud Currants, Apples (eating
and cooklug varieties), Spices (full
flavored nud of real Btrengtb.) The
nbovo nro jUBt a FKW suggestions for
YOU If jou wish to rocelvo a genu
Ino Inspiration call ut TUIS'storo.
Noble & Kimbrough,
THE SHOE MAN Soles Shoes Fo
75 cents. At Old Stand, Next
Door to Arvin's Drugstore.
Demonstration This Week
Beall Hdwe. & Impt. Co,
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Muse (8L Sherrii
AVE8 FUEL FOR YOU
ALL KINDS OF fKEbrl MfcATJS.
DELIVERED TO ANY PART O THt
IS THE MOST ECONOMICAL STOVE
MADE FITTED WITH ONE OF OUR
OVEN DRUMS, IT 8 A GOOD COOK
STOVE, AS WELL AS A SPLENDID
IT SAVES FUEL FOR YOU SEE
US AT ONCE FOt.Aft.CES.
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AVo linvo a nico lino of
Dolls, prices from
V SEK THEM.
Ford I Pennington
. Copyrlffht 190J, by C K, Zimmerman Co.-No. 51
C02INCSS AND COMFORT so doslrablc nt this time tt i!.n year mjy
be aecou'iplished only by mentis of adequate heating rncltlilLj If you use
Stoves 5011 must get a good one to secure comfori and .4111 maintain clcau
llness besldos; the poor Slovo may be a little cheaper, but you have to pay
for it many times oer in tho additional fuel that it consumes without giv
ing hack beat in exchange. Uefore wo buy Stoves we first must bo satisfied
as to their low fuel consumption, bo you are sine on this point aa well,
when you buy a Slovo from us Tor our guarantee of satisfaction outlasts
eery stovo wo sell.
Gc. I-I. OOLLLTNTS