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TUESDAY, DECEMBER XI, 1I2Q, Contributions To The Good fellows- Santa Claus Club Previously acknowledged 1 11,129. 45 CMh 1 BO Mrs. Oeo. H. Harper, Jr 2. SO Robert Jones Harper ' 2 .30 Maud Warren 2 00 Kathleen Marmon ' 2M A. I-. Bannlnir. Jr 1.0) Master Tinners' Association . . 2N.0H Ar C. T. M Stf.Oli V H'lmnhre J. 00 Wilfred S. Lockyer l.S" ,sn..t.. 1.00 Second Prenhvterlan Church Sunday School Iti.oO Dorothy Sibley HK09 l)eSoto Oil Company 10 (Hi N'o N-n.' 5.00 Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Chilton l" "i i. L. t'Rge 5 00 U K. Thompson lo.oo Mrs. H. L Sullivan 5.00 A School Girl t0 Mrs. C. W. Allen 2.JU Reld'a Grocery. . Brownsville. Tenn 2 50 J. B. Straughan 1 .00 Hal 100 J. T. Marlon. Clarksdale, Miss. 2.00 Hsnrv Loeb III 2. to) t B. Porter 100 Ira. P. U. Porter 1 00 Cash 6.00 Manr WIlllnKhain Wellons t oo B. K. Boothe. Batesville. Miss. 2 "' Jfrs. B. K. Boothe 2.00 Ira. Benjamin Walter Hirsch. S.00 .. O. Allison 10 00 Can't Read, from I. C. R. R. Check Bank of Commerce 5.00 Cash.... 2oo Cash 100 Margaret and Adele Lee 2.00 First Baptist Sunday. School .. 102.60 li. A. B. . 1 1)0 i a r i.oo A Friend 2 0 Jntin V. Rnrir 2.50 Mrs. R. H. Vance J. B. Snowden 10 00 8llg;steln Paper Company 5 00 Mrs. R. Q. Sutton J -00 C M. C ft r HnwierV' t.W "The Smith Children 20.00 Jack Johnson Z 00 si.4r.n1n.a nt RruA School llllle (iondfellows) 2 i.OO VmninnH Pnatnfflce Depart ment. Main Olfjce 22 00 Mr.. C. A. H J " B. T. Cunningham 10 Oi B. Peterson JJJ Xllum Irene V. Moore .50 eHiUiipa Mnphtne f)n- """ .-v.. - - erators .. Mrs. Id. M. J. ' 5- L. J. Heatherly HuRh Winders Mrs. N. P. House J 00 Mrs. V. C. McL, f.OO Billy Hopkins ( years old) .... 100 The Spencer Company lj.oo XT M. Morris & Mrs. C. H. McLeod J w I. ITnMen 100 Andrew Boro Virginia Wamrener . Cochran-Wooumannee Co loot mt Q y i.VV ml- a -HArv' Manilla. Ark.. 500 Patsy Pop 2.00 tt.flur Poilft w n t. rtnvA Rrlmondson. "Viv .......... loo . ii-I...f..Hl Wi mnnrlnnn. . "v.;;;..-. 1.00 - , ' i.b TIm anil V 1 1 1 'BH- . tmpioyc" i jj Saint Mark's Class of Calvary ..Church (Little Ooodfellows vears old! 1.84 tUselee Bloom 100 . C. Houck , 5.00 O. K. Houck Piano Co 5 00 Kjnployes O. K. Houek Piano ' Company I.... 26.50 Mrs. Lee Askew, Askew. Miss. '-t Askew Sunday School) 1.17 W. W. Stevenson 2.00 Employes of K. F. Leatham tmployeV Dudley Lumber Co.: C. B. Pudley 30 00 i.8. L. Harlow 2.00 .j. A. Hchults 200 ' J. H. Kernaghan 2 00 "Almte Ountl e-00 iTmninva llnlman-Waaner 'Co.: " r A H,ilrnnn 5.00 -Y Hnaelle Holman 5.00 :l. C. Dew 100 J. B. Bulnty 100 Dudley Harris 100 I T. B. Coffman 1 J" TMra. iryra Onhbourne 0o iOeorge Sawtclle 100 tC. W. Chamberlain 100 -n. Holman 100 5 Frankew Adams 100 ; Willie Cobb 1 00 -?"H. H. Goodloe 8. M. Coffman 100 Employes and Members of the Builders' Exchange: ' K. W. G. Meers 6.00 -J. C. Wagner 2.00 H. J. Cox 2.00 ' . Jake Dermon 5.00 C O. McCrory 6.00 J. C. Barker 5.00 Wm. Illker 2.50 Mm. Rlker. Jr 2.50 K. T. Leslie 2.00 Thoa. Yarwood 6 00 C. B. Lynn 5.00 W. T. Hudson 2.00 ' Eugene Scott 2.00 Lew Tlsdale 2.00 J. H. Parirh 1.00 ' B. W. Cocke 2.00 A Friend 50 Nelson .23 ' J. M. Nagkee 5.00 . Burt W. Kills 1.00 '. J. W. Clark 1.00 . Pete Jensen 1.00 M. L. Black 2.00 ' lsabel'.e Rlker 2.60 Baby Nelle Kiker 2.60 Employes Stratton-Warren hardware Co.: F. R. Helllv, O. M. Baird. A. S. Rogers, R. W. Lockert, R. . A. Smith, H. W. New. C. L. ; Butler, B. F. Douthat, 8. P. , McNeil. Elmer Coley, P. M. Warren, Miss Lucille Mc '" Isaacs, Miss Bennle Alford. , Mrs. Blanche Edwards. W. F. ; Stephenson, Teddu Y. Drane, O. W. Young, W. H. Kinney. Rny Kinney, Miss Christine :, Hanklnn. Miss Louise Grlni mig. Miss Mary Williams. : Miss Mattle Phlpps, Ma rie Mtilrooney, A. V. Welr helm, G. J. Fuller. N. Tan- mm lM. HSSM uuuun ton tmk atutr or CoughsColds CROUP. WM00NN0 COUCH, HOAMI HUM, BRONCHITIS. TNf Sjf Mf Of CONTAINS NO NARCOTIC riuivviiiju aw Watsfwtarlai rbamadati. Dm Mote, low. V. S. A. 1 PRICE, THim-FlVE CENTS? sey, C. r. Brlney. R. V. Bick ers. II. L. Alexander. C I. Case. Don Warren. Charles Shlllern, G. F. Clnxton, M. O. White, Tom Coley. Leo Kinney, E. P. Harper. Above employes for a total of 36.00 Employes W. Nelson & Co.: Mr. Nelson 5.00 Mr. Moore 6.0') Mr. Wlselogle 2.50 Mr. Clinton 2.6(1 Miss M. Myers 100 Mrs. Wallace 1 00 Miss Cathy 100 Anne 1 ovle 100 Mrs. McKee 100 Zack S Taylor 1 00 L. J. Wall 1 00 Jimmie Bond 1 "0 Gcorire Hill 1 00 Allle Mott 100 Pearl Mayfleld 100 Mary L. Wrltesman 1 00 Zola 100 1.. CoiiKh J'" luck Nelson 100 It.irhirn KmIsOH 1-0't Mr Cranfnrd 6.00 fn.lnvnt The Memnllis Press: R. Harris 00 W Wehrnen 1 "0 W. White II. Luster l-JO A. Glazer -5U nnnAft,nnvL-n Marion. Ark.: W. L. Fish 10 00 F. .1. Rrlske XI.,H lT Hunks I "" A. L. Newman J J"1 t-m A 1. Vewinnn 1.0O S. I Newman and wife 2.00 J. 11. Fnlladorl J -00 A. A. Klrkas 6-JJ C. B. Nance C. Adam 10 Hugh Haden J.oo Mrs. Geo. Wright J 00 Porsey Jetton , " T. F. lloobler , f00 Reld Hare 0 1. E. McCarty V 1 Dnhlnunn I"11 - n iiiv. 1 0o J. S. SHger J J. H. Curlln 2-J M. Reives 1 " ' 1 V J 00 Garry W. Spolt 1 " J. F. Fogleman ' J. E. Clark " M. A. Slttlememyers S. J. Smith W. O. Curlin ; " John O. Lewis J " Mrs. Ed Lamb Winnlfred Lewis "'. J. F. Rleves W. F. Lamirum 1 S. A. Johnson W. W. Punn H. A. McGee 10 James 8. Felix J. F. Perry ' J. R. Young p. F. Norman s O. F. Templeton Kd Lamb 0 J. B. Mart n ! J. H. Amelong A. Helmkamp I J. L. Wright 100 R. T. Kuhn 100 V. W. Hersperger J Frank Berry J. H. Cage I "" W. B. Jamison p. A. Kline . m C C Colvort A John' W. Scott and Family . . 5.00 H. P. Woodword '" J. W. Hansen l uu How to Make Pin Cough Syrup at Homo Has no equal for prompt results. Takes but moment to preparst and saves you about J. Orllelgh pillard 1.00 George Randall 1.00 John Gammon 1.00 Oeorge Miller .25 J. M. Sluart l.Oii J. 1". Murray .23 R. Morgan j 1ml W . S. Hrehm 2 00 W. W. Morrison l.Oo . T. Thrigill : 200 Mrs. H Klrnpklns 1.00 Kd Hood .50 Mrs. J. A. Foster 1.0O A. L. Williford 1.00 Miss Llllle KRgle l.ro Turned in by the I'ninn Avenue Methodist Sunday School: K. A. Wood 5.00 II. H. Pott 2.01 Messie McKssy 1.00 W. C. Kaiser 1.00 J. C. Williamson 1.00 A. Friend . . .' a... 100 F. M. Crump Co 25. W) Jack and Breeu Bland 5.00 Cash 1.60 Mef her .I'ninn Avenue Meth odist Church: Phiiathea ( lass '. 12.60 Mrs. W. K. R. 64 Golden Rule 50 Miss Dunn " 5.50 Soynrs 100 H. C. Smith 2.00 Z. T. Gray l.Oo Miss Alice W'ilson 50 Paw Jones Larkln -50 Xy Bovs Rokaftys .60 Edith Nelms J-J Mrs. M. E. Nelson 1.0" Total to date $12,161.70 u'iciiTVP.Tnv nee. si. Proposed Ini'reased rates on petroleum and Its products from points in Kansas, y"' homa and Missouri to Chicago and MH i.u were austended today until January 26 by the Interstate commerce commission. JFREE DELIVERIES MERRY XMAS TO ALL EVERYTHING FOR THAT CHRISTMAS DINNER Read this over carefully these prices 'can not be dupli cated. We will keep optn until 9 o'clock every night, Christmas eve 11 o'clock. COUNTRY ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION ORANGES dM 7C Per Box D Any Size 200 size, per doz 30c 176 size, per doz 35c 150 size, per doz 40c $3.25 APPLES Per Box Extra Fancy Jonathans, Delicious Roman Beauties, Winter Banana and Winesaps, per doz., from 20c to 50c. Pine is used in nearly all prescrip tions and remedies for coughs. The reason is that pine contains several elements that have a remarkable effect in soothing and healing the membranes of the throat and chest. Tine couch syrups are combinations of pine and syrup. The "syrup" part is usually plain Buear syrup. To make the best pine cough remedy that money can buy, put 2 ounces of Pinex in a pint bottle, and fill tip with home-made sugar syrup. Or you can use clarified molasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either Way, you make a full pint more than you can buy ready-made for three times the money. It is pure, good and tastes very pleasant. You can feci this take hold of a cough or cold in a wey that means business. The cough may be dry, hoarse and tight, or may be persist ently loose from the formation of phlegm. The cause is the same in flamed membranes and this Pinex and Syrup combination will stop it usually in 24 hours or less. Splen did, too, for bronchial asthma, hoarse neos, or any ordinary throat ailment. Pinex is a highly concentrated com pound of genuine Norway pine ex tract, and is famous the world over for its prompt effect upon coughs. Heware of substitutes. Ask your druggist for "2' ounces of Pinex" with directions, and don't accept any thing clue. Ouaranteed to give abso lute satisfaction or money refunded. The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. CANDY Extra Fancy Mixed 35c Lb. This Is Strictly Fresh NUTS Walnuts, lb. ,35c Almonds, paper shell, lb. ..35c Brazils, lb. ..35c Filberts, lb. .25c Pecans, fancy stock, lb. ..50c Fruit Cakes y2-Vb. cake ..55c 2-16. cake,.. $1.75 5-lb. cake ..$3.50 These are Nation al .Biscuit Co.'s. The make in it s e 1 f guarantees quality. Strictly Fresh Yard EGGS, 73c Dozen Honey Dew HAMS, 27c Lb, London Layer RAISINS 33c Lb. A. & P. Genuine Best at any price DATES 10-oz. Pkg. 20c Queen Olives, large size Queen Olives, small size ....... Stuffed Olives, large size Stuffed. Olives, small size ' Howard's Mayon naise, bottle A. & P. Ketdiup, large bottle 54c 25c 65c 29 c 35c 29c Celery, Jumbo, stalk. . . .15c Iceberg Lettuce, Head, 10c Cranberries, quart 23c Bananas, fancy, lb. 10c Cold Storage EGGS, 62c Dozen They Are Good Don't fail to have a cup of real good COFFEE. The following: brands guarantee satisfaction. SULTANA, lb 45c ION A, lb .,..40c Memphis Special, lb 35c A. & P.Pctit Pois Peas, No. 2 can 29c Sultana Peas, No. 2 can 24c A. & P. Corn, extra fancy, No. 2 can 22c Sultana Hawaiian Pineapple No. 3 can 45c A. & P. Peaches, extra fancy, No. 3 can 49c Iona Peaches, No. 3 can, 39c Apricots, No. 3 can 25c R. fi R. Plum Pudding, small size 14c R. & R. Plum Pudding, 1- lb. can " . 37c R. & R. Plum Pudding, 2- lb. can 65c Cocoanuts, any size 15c T l I I I I The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. Phones 49-5500 Quality Goods 166 S. Main "" """IFREE DELIVERIES"''.''.'. '.. '.T" Suggestions That Are for Christmas Gifts Practical and Useful For Him- LnuiiLnm Jvohes in silk or wool, in full lcnrth or three- quarter length in all shades, patterns "and sizes. Perm's Gloves Arabian Moeha, Buekskin Cape in cor dovan, pray, blaek, tan and silk lined, fur lined, wool lined or nnlined. Neckties Knitted Silk, hand framed, Italian hand loomed, Grenadine and a wonderful assortment of cut silk ties at prices that will remind you of the d ()( days. Shirts Mufflers Pajamas Knox Hats and Caps. Billfolds Traveling Cases, etc. For Her- Knox Silk Sailors Knox Sport Coats. Perrin's Cloves fur lined, wool lined and unlincd, all sewn with the rip-proof stitch. Camel's Hair Sweaters and Scarfs. Leather Novelties Writing Pads. easley 9 It Pays To Buy Our Kind 99 SOUTH MAIN ST. Open Nights Until Christmas OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS $3.98 Breakfast Shawls, $2.50 Cozy; knit shawls to. throw across shoulders until the house gets warmed '".p. Gray, black and black-and-white checks; J3.98 values, for $2.50. (Third Floor.) Third Floor ' Satin Mules Reduced Fancy mules and boudoir Blippers of satin and novelty materials. $5.5f to 5.98 values, $3.50 Reffular $7.60 values, $4.50 (Third Floor.) V- Third Floor ' Gift Seekers will be Quick to Take Advantage of This H TXT no ane of refflii Exquisitely Dainty Styles gg at off Most Sought Colorings Certainly one would have to go far to find a more delightfully givable gift or a more unusual one! f Doubly so, when such beautiful negligees as these may be chosen at a fourth off. . ' A widely varied choice of charmingly graceful models in negligees and kimonos of beautifully fine soft silks, georgette crepes and gorgeous Japanese garments. Elaborately embroidered and lace trimmed, or simply tai lored styles in the most sought light and dark colorings. . It may be well to add the suggestion that early choice is best. ' ' (Third Floor.) Philippine and Madeira Underwear lA Off Exquisite hand-made Philippine and Madeira embroid ered gowns, corset covers, envelope chemise and petticoats, of sheerest dainty nainsook and pure linens unrestricted choice of garments formerly priced up to $35, tomorrow at U off. (Goldsmith's Third Floor.) Crtpe de Chine and Satin Underwear lA Off Those acquainted with the rare quality of our stocks can best appreciate the significance of this unusual offer. Beau tiful gowns, envelope chemise and petticoats of crepe de chine and satin, trimmed in fine laces and ribbons unre stricted choice at M off. (Goldsmith's Third Floor.) Children's 3-Piece Sweater Sets Special $3.98 Children's cozy little sweater sets, consisting of warm wool sweaters, cap and snug-fitting leggings to match. In pretty shades of copen, rose and red; sizes 22 to 28, for little tots of 2 to 6 years. Values to $8; choice tomor row, $3.08. Infants' $17.50 Sweater Sets Now $10.00 Unusually fine little three-piece sweater sets of fine zephyr wool, 11 soft Bhades of pink and blue, and whjte; formerly $17.50 values, now special at $10. ' (Third Floor.) Women's $3.98 to $5.98 "Teazle-Down" Night Gowns $1.98 and $2.98 Extra fine soft warm night gowns, beautifully made of ex tra quality teazle-down flannel ettes, and cleverly trimmed. In all white, wanted shades of solid pink or blue, or attrac tive stripe patterns. Regular and extra sizes, gowns that have. been selling here and the country over at $3.98 to $5.98, very special tomorrow at $1.08 ana $2.08. ' (Third Floor.) Women's $7.50 Beacon Bath Robes . $4.75 vVomen's hath robes, tfull cut and well made of warm Beacon cloth rob ing materials in a wide variety of at tractive light and dark patterns, with cord girdles and trimmings. $7.50 val ues, special $4.75. $5 to $7 Gingham House Dresses Choice $2.98 Especially attractive styles in house dresses, well made ot Amoskeag ging hams, in sizes from 36 to 46 bust. For mer $5 to $7 values; choice tomorrow. $2.08. . (Third Floor.) We Don't Know of a Finer Boys' Gift Than a Suit or Mackinaw For a boy's Christmas always calls for something practical! And dads and uncles looking for for gifts for "Tom, Dick or Harry" will be glad to know of these special offerings in our boys' store tomorrow! Our Finest Boys Suits Now $20.00 Represent a Saving of a Third to a Half And that means unrestricted choice of our entire stock of boys' fine clothing all wool worsted cheviots, flannels, serges, heavy mix tures blue suits, brown suits hand-tailored suits the finest makes in the country, in sizes 6 to 18 years Suits formerly priced $30 to $40, tomorrow at $20.00. $15.00 "Summit' Mackinaws, $10.00 "Summit" in both name and quality tailored of finest all-wool fabrics (warm but light in weight) in snappy big-collared models. Choice of all the best liked patterns and colorings. Sizes 6 to 17 years $15.00 values, tomorrow $10.00. $15.00 All-Wool Suits, $9.75 Another fine lot of boys' heavy all-wool suits, splendidly tailored of serviceable cheviots and casslmres favored Nor folk styles with strongly reinforced knickers. Sizes 7 lo 17 years; $1. values, now 150.75. (Goldsmith's Second Floor.) $3.00 Lined Knickers, $1.95 About 200 pairs of boys' knickers, finely tailored of short lengths of high-grade suitings, and well lined through out. A wido selection of good patterns to match odd coats, sizes 7 to 18 years; $3 values; for, a pair $1.03. (Goldsmith's Second Floor.)