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—felt —slipper —clean-up —sale —your choice of any felt slipper in the house at $1.10 —this is just the sea son of the year when these are most needed —many colors and sizes. CROW SHOE CO. • AT THE THKATKK. ♦ ! · · *»**«· -o- ♦···♦· Ui'iYmlx-r tHmileiii. Dec :'!■ Human Heart* Jan I Parsifal Jan 1 —The Greet Divide Hainan Heart». i If there u any virtue In new*pe ! per commendation. and If the en ι dorsement of the public at large, for ι the past ten rears la to be taken as : a criterion, then "Human Hearts" which will be presented here tonight I» certainly entitled to take rank as the "Great American Drama " Dur ing the many yea re that "Human Hearts" has been presented In this country, (he praise accorded It by newspaper critics and ι he general public has been universal. There ha* been no dissenting voices, the ver dict of approval has been unamious. Even rival managers have graciously acknowledged that "Human Hearts" is a "Mighty good play." , Parsifal. One of the most notable events in the history of the stage in this coun try, was the grand and magnificent spectacle of Wagner s world-renown ed mystic drama of "Parsifal," wit nessed at the Metropolitan theatre in New York city. Scholars and students, musicians j and artists, and al! lovers of the re fined and beautiful flocked In thous- | ands. from all parts of the New | World, to witness this wonderful ] I work. The press and clergy vied with \ ! each other in extolling its many ι beauties. The Intelligent public at j large praised and lauded it without | exception. "Parsifal-' was then and! always will remain so In the minds | of the thousands that witnessed It. ; by far the most magnificent and | j beautiful spectacle ever placed upon j ' the stage or presented to the public. ; 1 I It was not limtied In name to "op ' I era." Kvrn talented musicians refer ' red to it M a "music drama" or 'I "grand spectacle." Messrs Martin and Emery's com i pany will present this famous festi-|' 1 i val plat it the Shelton theatre Blank Books, Ledgers, Cash Books, Day Books, Invoice Books, Trial Balance, Journals, Letter Files, Typewriter Supplies, Board Files, Dater Stamps, Stamp Pads, Desk Files, Paper Fasteners, Pens, Inks and Pencils, All Office Supplies Etc., Etc. PHONE US YOUR ORDERS HOODÔCURLIN DRUGGISTS. Plu pa»M«ï ί >· k ' PMTO ITI'MH. le bo* f Mr. ! .Mtlfiira t>*·· lie? Chriû,u< making happy %i Ε M) Mr S..4rtf, »<x»o. | " 1 r,: yÉ> I W ird:.»V·. Kvefjî υ pare fo* of heavif several Our sod, ha! Mr J ο J H Rev flftb Su! The g! more daj Pluto. People to finish Mrs visiting returned Ij T' l.i I>··< T. Everything loff η r: ι» .<:ι·1 τ:"' word ».ι·< heard anionic the ψΜ»Τ$· i'avh and f»«ill> oi ppettt c'hrt«!ma* with bis W Κ Davl.· at Pluto 'tnia-i is over with It* merry and we look forward to u »w j ear. Ichlu luts H-tlleJ hi· pla· ·■ ■Ma 1 ud will nor· to Ptsto ! J to Mr and Mr* Adison on the 14th. a fine boy. ody Is beginning to pre Îk new crop but on account rains they cannot plow for ays. fcal route man. Mr. Hob W'll been taking holidays and Peeden is filling his place, levls preached at Pluto the (lay. fining season is over. One will close the season at I are looking for a norther j tilling hogs. A. Arnold, who has been |"|)latlves in Kast Texas, has ilome. Forrestd have had past week! about up si Christm,J| dull time. Mr 99 Wuxahachi j home at (' Mr. Dug! Mr. Sm.i Pearson it' The VV. Forreston : There 1; J this vioini FORRK8TON. i'm, Texas, Dec. 31.—We some fair weather for the Cotton picking is just P'3r the season. ®#· λ has passed with a very j"' Johnston's folks left i Saturday for their new 'Una. I^jer moved last week, h a ml family visited others last week. ,■). W. had a supper , iturday night. I ,'e been a few parties in the past week. I at at iftAV .NEWS. Kay. Texi been sever. Miss Marl τ 8. Preen! Wedding in this conn Mi-i l.i. -j Christmas 1 ·.! m ! McClul had a please Freeman Sun Mi- MeO I .1 Sardis t li 11 ι 1 I Dec :: 1.—There have I L, days of pretty weather, j,, Mickey visited at Mrs. Ipn s Sunday. ^ [jells have been ringing I-tunir\ of late Freeman i> spending j g iNavarro county. e and Mr M F. Mickey ( — it visit with Mr Τ S 4a> 11 ire and sister visited I m eek I if HHERIFF-S HA I.Κ. The State of Texn*. County of Kills II» virtue of an exe(Utlon l*»(n«< out of the honorable county rour of Kill» county. on the 11th (lay ο December. 19·>7. by the dork there of, In the (an· of The Stat»* of Texa versus Dolly Hammond. \V V Sad 1er and John W Broxson. and Ό tin as sheriff, directed and delivered, will proceed to sell within the hour prescribed by law for sheriff s sales on the first Tuesday In January 190H; It being the "th day of sale month, before the court house dool (if i-alil Kills eontjr, ill til" ( Ity ol Waxahid hie, the following described property, to-wlt: Heal estate situated In the city of Ennls. In the county of Ellis and etate of Texas, the same being sub division No. One ( 1 ) of Division No. Twenty-nine (29) In the addition of S, M. Smith to said rlty of Knnls, and all of sub-division No. Two (2) In said Division No. Twenty-nine (29i except the portion thereof con veyed to niakey and Clark and Pe ter Okra. the said property belli κ the property conveyed by Majors and Majors to V. Veverka, by deed dated February 6th. 1902, recorded In Vol. 134, page 144 deed records. Ellis county, Texas, to which reference Is made, said property Is further des cribed as follows: Heginning at the 3. W. corner of said Sub. Dlv. No. 1 if said Dlv. No. 29. Thence N. 60 Ε with the North Line of Latimer itreet 150 feet to the S. W. corner >f the property sold to Blakev and :iark; Thence Ν .30 W. with the Vest Line of said property conveyed ο Blakey and Clark llâ feet to the 1 ley : Thence with the South Line f the Alley to the S. W. Corner of aid Sub. Dlv. No. 1 In Faulkner treet: Thence S. 30 E. with the east ne of Faulkner street 115 feet to tie beginning: the same being a iece of ground 150 feet by 115 ?et. levied on as the property of ahn W. Broxson to satisfy a judg ent amounting to $250.00 In favor Γ The State of Texas and cost of lit. Given under my hand, this 17th ly of December. 1907. W. H. FORBES. Sheriff. 1 r G. C Sweatt, Deputy. 1231 1 I < — ! « Our Transfers Are Always On Duty. Phone us for a perfect service PATTON. KENNEDY Livery Co. The trade mark Seal-Shipt Is a guarantee that the goods are all right. Η. Ν .Nycum. tf » ΚΑΙΙ,ΚΟΛΙ» TlMK TABLK > ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ -ο- ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Μ., Κ. Λ Τ.—North Round. No. β (Flyer» leave· ....7:20 a π No. 204 leaves 7:32 ρ ο No. 202 leave· 10:06 a η South Doaid. No. 203 leave· ... 9:27 a η No. 201 leaves 5:35 ρ η No. G ( Flyer» 9:11 ρ π Η. Λ T. C.—Wf*t liowd. 85 leave* . 6:38 a π No. 83 leave* 7:09 ρ η No 8 7 arrive· 4 06 ρ m—Does no run «Ml of Waiahachle No. 89 arrive· 11:11 a π Rail ftoanfl. No s2 Uuiri's 9:21 a m—Connect: ut Ennls for Houston No M I leave· 3 00 ρ ui—Starts fron Waiabacble No 14 leave· 9 0β μ π JJo S* leaves 10 a m Oonnei-ti |or th· North Vallrf . _ -· — No .Thursday evening. .Inn. J This > naaiiement will lit· marked ' j.hy Ikl IMMti Kltf 'if gMNMMi : nient which i- i>i'<>mptl> .it 7 I".. \u I illtors .-Oiould lu In their seats at I that r I in. as the darkened audltor 1 ι I il 111 will prevent Ke.it I ηκ am un»· dur » I I iii 14 ι he r ι r-1 .. · I lie «•rent IHviile. \t la-t w*· are to -te ' Th* Ureal Divide iiiu|ilfstl<>uat>!v th· nuis', et ri k in Kl \ original drauiatli nuitée* an American playwright hi- vet achieved I'hls I* welii.n. new to all liners « < f good drama. Γ » · r no piuv In the ll Is 11M \ lit the \ 111.'! I. ,1 H ,114.· \mcrtcan lit·» aln Vauithii dr Getting Ready To Move Today M. W. WALKER I VH iilN \hl L JKW KI.RY <1 Blotches ι oess. 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