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Ready-to-Wear Sale Ladies’ Fine Hats Our entire line nf fine Tr!mm< <1 an<t I'attern Hrta no on wile, In <|u<|)m G»p*\ flak ainl tJ**1’! Me»i at make* fcot one r«s»w ryed. $2 *0 to $i 00—Rj<ecla! | only... .... 91.1!) t ft Iff t<> ffi 50—1*1 I . ly 92. IS f $7.00 to »V> <M* - *< Ul only. . 93. IN $1 1.00 to lit.00 ."<1 rial only. .91.08 ' About 2*» !at<lu«* Tailoi>-<l *»<l Trlmmol Hate wore %1 to to ft 00 Choir* only .... *. JlSC Do Christmas Shopping Earliy! Ladies’ Tailored 1 lof $15 00 r«>r «>»i» S9.9S 1 lot $15.00 for > *12. IS 1 lot $20.00 Tor oi ly .*| i.5>?S 1 lot $20.00 f(,r only.8J7.09 2 lots $22.50 for «»*•;>■.*is.j>s 3 loir $30.00. $32.50 for only. $21.98 2 lots f 40 00 for only. 821.98 w—■ ■ i ■■ — - ' — Durham’s ‘‘For Good Goods” . . _ _ _ _ _ - - - — — ^ ^ — ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ -1^ <»V -« _ A trinity of evils, closely allied* that afflict I ^ • mf»t and whu h folio v on, LoilffnS other, in the order named, until the In. tone I A^**©**" jjj spread through the system, leading to 9 PjkfArrll many evils. Bat their course can be checked. I PERUNA CONQUERS § It |s of great value when used promptly for a cold, ure- 8 B sUy cbeckineTt-Wid overccipiLig It in u kw rtnyj. f I Attpk evidence haa prove*! that it it* even of more vala* m over- l ■ coming oirwiie catarrh, dfapt-llln* the inflammatory conditions, c.nab.uu: 9 9 thif dtattr 1---- parfortt «*“"• natural funcUoni, and toning |, I up tha antics «r»tara. ,. . . . ■ Tha cjuxvUsuco of thousands te a aafe gunk to whit it may b« y, ■ parted to do for you. .. .. ... . . 9 Liquid or tablata—both teated by the public ar/l approved. f 1 THE PEXUNA COMPANY, • • • COLUMBUS, OHIO. £ Society Ity HIM Mattie Middleton. Turner-Bratcher Nuptial*. At tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. II Jiratcher. near Italy, thorn »•* n pretty home wedding when theli daughter Myrtle became the bride of Me Charlie Turner November 2* at seven o’clock. An arch was construct ml In the parlor whore the bride and groom stood to taku tho marriage vowa. Th" arch was beautifully decorated with tho bride's colors, t i>lnk and white, and entwined with ferns Tho tetters "T-lt” were hanging ftom the center, l’rctty effects were produced by the ua<< of the palms and ferua which formed a background. Preceding the bridal party Miss Jewel Kelly sung ”1 Love You Tru ly,” accoiupantducnt being given by pule Lula Mosley who uho played Mendelssohn’s wedding march. ML* Jewel Kelly was attired In u pretty blue coat suit. Little Lulu Mosley was frocked In a dress of pink and while with match accessories. First entered Miss Gertrude Ueiry, bride's maid, and Miss Emma llratcher, sis ter of the bride, and maid of honor. The bride's mnhl and maid of hon or were clad In pink evening frocks with chiffon trimmings and white boots. They carried arm bouquet* or white nnd pink rosea. Mr. Turner was attended by iHicar Tumor, his best man. The bride carried a bou- I quet of white crysantheiuunis and ! ferns. She was given In marriage b> her brother. Mr. Eugene llratcher. l.ittle Lula Mosley softly played 'Humoresque'' while Rev. Wagner read the ring ceremony. Eugene Bratcher removed the lit ter ''il” from the arch The bride wore a handsome blue coat suit of chiffon broad cloth with a picture hat of black silk velvet and blue plntne, underlined with yello« t he wore white kid gloves and boots if black oud while kid. After the ceremony the bridal par ly marched to the dining room where uke and hot chocolate were served, jfter which the bride’s cake wan cut. Hie cake was Iced in white and sur rounded by a wreath of Dins. The luhle was decorated in white and pink. White and pink streamers were attached to the ceiling and were Jraped to the table. The bride formerly resided near jardls The groom Is a resident of Buena S'lsta. Me Is a prosperous young Mrtti* r and has purchased a home rear lloz wb< re they will reside. They were recipient* of much sll ,et, cut glass, rugs and many other rice gifts. CONTRIBUTED. Friday Night Hub Entertained. Mr., and Mrs, V. B. Kenner en tertained the Friday Night club Monday night nt their home on Col lege street. Natural autumn deco rations with a background of home grown palms ami ferns enhanced the reception suite. Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Morse and Mr. and Mrs. Sid Tur ner were substitute guests. Misses Jennie and Bailie Kenner and Miss A He ne Spencer served refreshments, which consisted of hot chocolate, sandwiches, pineapple salad, and ol ives. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Teutsclr, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. HollandjtMt. and Mrs. J. B. Hines, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Singleton, Dr. and Mrs. K. F. Gough, Mr. and Mrs. Tom C. Forrest, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Mc Cartney. Mr and Mrs. \V. G. Lomas, Mr ond Mrr. C. D. Pickett and Mrs. M. T. Gollck of Grapevine. Bl\ ta llies wore arranged fof the game. Missionary Thanksgiving Service. The Missionary society of the Cen tral Presbyterian chprch held Its an nual Thanksgiving sevteo at the church Monday afternoon. Hon C. R. Gibson, chairman of the program committee, presided. Mrs. G. 11. ilo v ui led tin- di . tloarl Mi.;.-; Lucye Robin-on sang very sweetly, as she always does, (lather We Here.” Miss Kate Cunningham of Fort Traveling Cases Toilet, Manicure, Shaving. School and Sewing. Now, isn't that a suggestion? Worth, a student of Trinity's Con servatory, sang Tennyson's "Crossing thi> liar," Miss Cunningham Is gift ed with an unusual voice, and mem bers of the Central church will al ways cherish tin* memory of her, and remember tho blessing that she has been to them while spending hor school days here, because of tier wil lingness to consecrate her volco to Christian service. Tho consecration service wn* most beautiful nnd spiritual. Practically every lady present testified as to the personal blessings brought to their own families during the year. Some had gone through serious sickness and various distresses, yet they had passed their ordeals with a stronger I faith, and had come to give expres sion of their gratitude. Msr. Horn beak dosed the program with a Thaftksgiving reading. Tho service was held In the junior rooms. Thu; table* were set with golden fruits of! the harvest season. Refreshments j were served by Mrs. Arch Thompson,! Mrs. Will McPherson and Mrs. Pat Wilson. Thanksgiving Dinner. Mr. ami Mrs. U, T. Huckner en tertained with a turkey dinner on j Thank: giving day at their home on Oldham avenue. Tho central udorn- ] ment for the table was a tall crystal j \ a so filled with chrysanthemums and ] daisies. Tills rested on a glass re flector. surrounded with a border of autumn fruits. Guests included Mrs. T. J. Middleton, Misses Mattie and Melrose Middleton, .Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Middleton and baby Jack,Ted Meyers of Sweetwater, who is In school at Trinity. The day was delightfully spent and heartily ! enjoyed by all. Kuril Kill!* Mwl.s. Miss Mario Stuilh was hostess last Baturdnv for the Kurd Klub. Yellow Hiul white chrysanthemums made the decorations for the reception suite. Thanksgiving symbols wore used In the scores and table mark c»-s. Miss Margaret Gibson won the prize a rose chiffon guest bag. Miss Rainey llarrlson received the conso lation. Club member# present were Mrs. Harry Knowles, and Misses Louise Weaver, Clara lloyd, Lillian i Koger, Harlan Miller, Kurile H iril ing, Sidna Farrar, Rainey Harrison and Margaret Edwards. The substi tute guests were Misses Corlnni Barksdale, Ted,» Noel of Ennis, Juanita Moss, Edith Koger. Qenne vievo Campbell, Kaihrlne Hancock of Ferris, aiul Mrs. Blair Kerr and Mrs. Fttz Moores, and Miss Marga ret Gibson. Refreshments consist ed of exposition plum pudding, cheese sandwt hes, olives and wafers. ♦ ’Ileivi j-.tlclilsun Wedding. One of ihe prettiest homo wed dings of the season was solepiniztKl Tue.day evening at eight o'clock when Mr M. E. Atchison gave bis beautiful and accomplished daugh ter. Ethel, in marriage to A. G. Mer vev ol Waxabaehie. Tlie Atchison home w:s beautiful ly d'Kor: ted in fenis and cut flowers j Mid at promptly «:0t» o’clock the jbride entered the parlor on the arm I |of her husband-to-be, to the strains! I of the wedding march rendered by! Mi - Rul>- Brown of Rockdale. Rev. W E Foster pastor ot th< i First Baptist ehurch, untied the hap-I pv couple with the impressive ringj II e oniony. The bride wore a beautiful travel 's. ui ot j; -rht Mi u ••-..! ii.e (griii m was in conventional black. * .\ttts! ti:* i vil' 1 V tbii d «>) it A Real Thanksgiving * The car owner who knows how Willard Service can help his bat tery performance has something to be truly thankful for. Waxahachie Battery Co. rWiphonc —— TVr’ 11 u* rfcd to tf*rt your battery at any ttmi ■ , 7m Invited into tlic dining room which : was beautifully decorated with, chrys-l anthemura*. The table was laden j w ith beautiful handiwork and cut j glass a d an elaborate bridal din ner was served. At the conclusion the bride's cake was cut, Miss Georgia Lawrence se curing the ring, Mrs Oill>- Brown the button. Miss Bessie Hack, tho dime and Mr. Olen Ake the thimble. A beautiful array of wedding gifts.: handsome and costly remembrance® from hosts of friends in Taylor, and elsewhere, were vie wed by the wed ding guests. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. M. E. Atchison of this city, having moved here from Olddlngs, six years ugo. She was a student at the Taylor High school where she is Justly popular. Mr. Harvey Is well known and liked here, having been an employe of C. O. Dailet’s Pharmacy, but Is now with the (,’urlin Drug company of Waxahachle. Mr. llervey was born and reared in Navarro county, and is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. llervey of San Benito, his father being a prominent ranchman of Cameron county. The bride and groom left on the midnight train for Kerens and Wa co for a few days' visit after which they will return to Waxahachle, where they will make their home. All the family was present with the exception of two of tho bride’s brothers, Messrs. Claude and Steve Atchison, wlio are with the Texas militia on the border, members of Company II of Taylor. The out of town guc: ta were Mrs. I. W. Sparks. Miss Julia and Master Ike Sparks of Biddings, Miss Kuby Brown of Rockdale and Dr. arid Airs. L. E. Caldwell of Georgetown. t no nest wisnes oi a aosv oi friends of both bride and groom In Taylor will follow this young couple to their future home In Waxahachle, for the bride, during the six years of her residence In this city, where ehei hns grown from young girlhood to] young womanhood, has universally j endeared herself to a great host of j devoted friends among both old and] young, who universally admire her for her sv.eet womanly manners and lovable attributes of character, as well as her beauty, for slio is a girl of exceptional grace and charming manners. The groom, while for only a short time a resident of Taylor when as sociated with the C. O. Dailet Phar-I rnacy here as a pharmacist, Impress ed all with his fine attributes of character as a voting man of excep tional merit and ability, and tliei friends of the bride will feel that in j him she ha placed her affections and j / i < '-w'/ GOlNltl OOlNGri! GONE II1 Kt MiiA wit UVt It »«( .u.t WIU M«t It tWU'tm I WAS wedged in LIKE A sardine on my WAY HOME last night BUT THE woman just ahead Of ME was well groomed, AND SHE very sight of her HAIR RESTED my tired nerves. SHE HAD a lit'! ;irl BLS1DI HER and when the L. G. CAtlED HER “Grandma” I A! MOST fainted. I BELIEVE A i f that it was * RE i nan U cause e LOOKED at) y« mg. a sir dot s not Ui ’' NEWRKO’S HEHi'ICSDE t AM a t i- . er ars Ur beautiful hair, t'urliu’ Drug >'*'■ Si* *1 A r.’.ts, Adv. *1 pl'gbted her troth to a young man j worthy to he her husband. We Join the many friends of both Mr. H< • vey and hia fair young bride in wishing for them a deservedly prosperous and happy life in their home In Waxahachie, and rorontend thehi to the new friends they will doserVeilly acquire, realising as they must that what Is Taylor’s loss Is Waxahachle’s gain in adding to her citizenship this popular young bride and groom.- Taylor rmmocrat. (ilve Nutting Party. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Harbin enter tained accompany of friends for the Thanksgiving season with a house party on their ranch on Trinity river. The commissary was convert ed into a club house, and the guests had a most royal time. linked tur keys, boiled ham, and wild game made up the Thanksgiving feast. The following were the guests: Mr. and Mrs. James K. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Pick Harbin. Dr. and Mrs. Har ri. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ken nedy, Mr. and Mrs. Tulniage New ton, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Lasswoll, Mr. and Mrs. Kd Duliose, Misses Modena Hawkins, Allle Marcus and Dorothy Hosford.^and Robert Cole man aud Marcellus S. Middleton. Floyd Ross who has charge of the commissary made a most delightful lost for the entire party. The Harbin's were most cordial In their hospitality, providing two camp cooks, and guides for the hunting parties. The old fashioned fire piuce of the club house was filled with big logs, and the guests told stories aud played games after the return from the hunt. The club house is sitnated In a forest of oaK trees, a most picturesque spot, and sprint? near by. Tho guests made a raid on the pecan grove, and brought home generous supplies. a' (fives Pre-Nuptial Shower. The Thanksgiving season was happily celebrated by Miss Ethel Nycum, at the pretty suburban home cf Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Nycum, when she called In the members of the Ready Workers Sunday school class and a few out side friends, to show er Miss Ethel Middleton, who will (c married to Creighton Buie, De cember H. Mrs. H. N. Nycum and Miss Ethel met the happy girls at the door. They looked into a beauti fully decorated reception suite, tic,rak'd in chrysanthemums, autumn leaves and ferns, and lighted with dark electric bulbs. The "Rond to Matrimony” was outlined with streamers of ribbons, which formed a pa--sage way from the hall to the dining room. On the outskirts of this road, stood the members of the c): ss. i’ll • tn'le posts along the i fad were designated by cardboards i» : ring appropriate inscriptions. At i each pose the honor guest found ;■ j number of gifts, as she passed nloir the roadway. At the end of th ribboned road the honor guest wa. -••uted. while she inspected tl, numerous gifts from devoted friends. Six young matrons of the class then ,k manded of the remaining single ( ties good reasons why they were -till single. Miss EtheT was seated it the tea table anil told to demon- ‘ Date how she would serve to her geests, when she would have her )#n home. Tea and sandwiches! were served. The shower gifts were he led with some term familiar to the agriculturist, as Miss Ethel will ( side on a f irm. As she pasted j town the liue, a sonorous cow bell! as ' tag as a burlesque on the edding Sills. Mottos, burlesquing1 , matrimony, marked the pathwav. * i • h as “\uu Can't Turn Hark Now," i ! i n* Way to Matrimony/* “Don't j ■ ‘'e Cp the -thip.’’ A flashlight! •leture 'ms taken during the after-! .con ait the happy group of gi is uni young matrons. ♦ Mi and \i itniul and -ivtng with | 40yd at Fci I I Cash Produce & Groc. Supply Co. Mouth Itoc'f' street 01,1 ,V4 *—Mew It...*, M| ( ROCKET AND WElIeS Pure Ribbon Cane Syrup Pure Sorghum Syrup Made and canned on the farm Half gallon 45c—gallon 85c. Are you Imm-Huk for the Kill- County Sanitarium? How Many Different Ways Can You Use Sweet Potatoes in Cooking? The more ways you can use this wholesome food the more able you will be to reduce the cost of furnishing your table. We are selling the East Texas Yanzandt Yams for 30c per peek or $1.|() per bushel. These potatoes have been tanked for several weeks. Were taken out and shipped. They are well matured, well seasoned and full of sugar, Our line of fruits and vegetables are complete. One peek Jonathan apples 35c. BOYD GOUNAH Two Phones, Both—55 Old Phone; New Phone 16U Are you booNtlnj; for the Kills County Sunitnrlum? During December— You can be well pleased in buying groceries if you trade with us. We appreciate your past patronage, thank you for it, and solicit a share for December. L. Y. COLE «S SON Both Phonm 283 Mouth Rogers Street Quality Counts in Groceries We carry all the high standard brands. Try us during December and realize what a pleasure it will be to trade with us. Goodlett Cash Grocery “The Home of Gladiola Flour” IOld Phone 115 New Phone 30 Arv you boosting; lor the Kills County Sanitarium? | We are indeed grateful to our customers | for the business given us during the | month of November, and will appre | eiate a share of your December business. | We will have everything in the grocery line , 4 to start the new month with. We guarantee I to please. I Parker <S Company 5 .\ro you boosting fop tlio I'.Mis County Suiittariuni? —It’s Safe, Quick, Economical via The Home Inferurban Hourly Service between Dallas, Waxahachie, Hillsboro. and intermediate points. ASK ANY AGENT FOR INFORMATION. T\irlceys 1 will pay the following prices uutil notified tbiou-“ paper: i’mkey.s tHe per pound. . ■ naitl Bring me your turkeys and chickens. I have a.wat* L,-t the highest pricts ior your turkeys and chickens, anu ^ short you in weight. You can bring your own cotton st and weigh your own turkeys, i! your scales are correct. ^ee me regardless of prices you are offt red. _J. IS. ROY Old Phone 613.