The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 16, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 18, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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It U a fact sndlsputed that no save oar customers abou
6 00 on the higher grade Suits. Buying In large quantities
nd being snUsned with small margin or profit ll the solution
Matter designing and superior workmanship Is character-
istic of our men's clothing We show the pretty new Woes
brown) greys greens smoke black etc.
$13.50 and US 00 men's novelty cults our price Is 11150
Men's J1S00 raise flno novelty suits our price ls...-Sl".5U
Beautlftf collection men's $10 00 Sulta Tor $15.00
Oar shotting ot men's J 26 00 value Suits aro unexcelled any-
nberft. Remember $26 00 value suits priced nt 20 and 10.50
Then our cheap Suits around -95 to $7.60 are worth $2.00
to $3.00 more than our price.
Tant patterns for fall aro unusually clever. We start the
p-lco on a novelty Casslmere pant worth $2 our price SI. 50
$160 values lor $1.05
Snappy 300 pnnts our price $250 and S-.35
On up the line like good saving and then we offer $C50 valus
pants for 1.95
targe and comprehensive show
selected styles. Prices are SSc
$3 SO. $3 95 $150 and
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-x Clothes Have Arrived.
We are agents for STEIN-DLOCH SMART CLOTHES
In lulu town which weans that at this store you can get whin
world of wearers at well
ai the bast ready-to-wear garments produced by any concern
In the world and the prices are reaaotutble.
Corner Lee and
ng of Knee Suits In the beat
$1 25. $1 50 $: 00 $2 50 $3 00.
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& Implement Company
RI nOW Toll
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as the world of dealers admit
$20 to $30
$18 to $35
St John Streets
NCW8 IN BRIEF.
The Weather Bureau.
Temperature yesterday 96 degrees
is Quite Sick.
Mrs M D. Steed Is quTto sick at
her home in the city.
Bass who ha .been quite
several day 1a Improving
Daughters of the Confederacy.
There wl'l be a meeting of the
Daughters of the Confederacy at 3
o clock next Tuesday afternoon at the
home ot Mrs 1) S Chandler. A full
attendance Is requested.
Official Drill Master.
Mrs. Archie Hamblln has accepted
tlw position as official Drill Msstor ot
The Mstlc Tribe ot Montesuma and
will compile the drills used by the
0 H Collins has read revised and
added a final lecture to the ritual ol
The Mystic Tribe of Montezuma. Rj
thoe who have read It It Is p.o
notmced beautiful and Impressive.
Notice to Pupils.
The pupils iu the low first grade at
the North School who has been at
tending In the afternoon for the past
two weeks ore requested to bo pres
ont Monday morning Parents are re-
quested to take notice.
Is Quite Sick.
Ualley Blnlong mall clerk on the
ilineola road vra so strk when the
train arrived here yesterday that he
was unable to care for the mail and
nas takfn to the residence of It F
Jones. Cllut Wagner took the run
to Mlneola last evon'ng.
T H Gregor the government ag
rlcultnral agent returned to Ixno Oat
last evciiine He said he woid
come bark on Monday and will tour
the county this week to see about col-
'ecting agricultural exhibits for thi
Da'las State Fair and wants to wad
ome fine specimens of Hunt counts
products to the fair
i A P'easant Party.
Mrs Itobert Bindon entertained
I last evening In honor ot her niece
j Miss Frances Martin of Wylte The
Icining was pleasantly passed In
1 sames and social amusements. Nice
refreshments were then served of sal
ad on lettuce wafers hoi chocolate
cocoanut and chocolate cake. The
giiosts departed -yerj muoh pleased
w th the charming guest of honor and
At the Colonial.
There will b thu usual complete
change of program at tbo Colon
ach day this week The perftmi
ances will bo at 3 30 7 15 and S
i'ationb can attend the first eenin
performance and get out In time tn
" " I"5lt the'Airdome also Monda
i p "R1"31" ls lwo full ree's of picturt
. and Stripes'
Items of Interest of Those who Come
Ralph I)o ling went to Denlson lair
J. C. Short returned last night from
Judge Manning aa In Commercu
' It A Coon of Scurry was In tosn
j J C. Albmton left last evening for
A Prut L tHbson returned from
A.liMiiK last nlghL
t i W Hard White of itoubam nlll vi
J it friends here toda.
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Mi Is jesterday to lslt.
l'rosdlug Cldei R G. Mood went
to I .nut Oak last menhir
Mrs .1 II. Lew is mid Miss OneUu.
of C lei.ii' are In the city lisituiL
U ll)de of Kanawha Okia. ai-
i s d eierda to Usit her brother.
Prof Ed Hlfe.
Laurence l.m.uoy came over from
war Commerce jesterdaj for a Suu-
ua lit at 1
A! H ekferdi
Kennedy went to Caddo
Tda ulmrA bIim u'ill .tjt
Mibb Lillian Sntb
M Iloscoc Doss cam. over from
Campbell yesu-rda and iast ovenlim
ent t Kort Worth.
Rajmond Stephens who has Ihx.i
tisitliig uiih l.ce Anderaon and )!.
Ims rvturnvd to Sherman
Forosi Dueling who has boon Wit
itiK h parents. Mr and Mr JacK
fouling will return to Dallas loda
J W Casileberry and little Utht.
Ma Mcliolu ent to Hojso I in
etiiiilng to isit Mr. and Mr Wool
Mr and Mrs Waltaoa R. Qio-ham
.mhed home on the Plyer last cun
nt from an extended trip in th.
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ju i. oinuunoier and iIji"
tr l'ic. !.- have been vlil ng Mi
T J Oee returned to Bonbam
Mr and Mrs A B Wolf son )u
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs s
Nurenberg returned to JJurt Wirii.
JIrs C M Rucker and ilauglu.y-
Mlss Kibe! of McKlnuey are in tho
city guesu or Mrs J U Pra'i' In
on St John street
Mrs It Chatham who has be n
ilshlnK with her mm I w fi..!
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and family has retu-m 1 to hur hoiao
at Little Ilock Ark.
Mr and Mrs S I1 r.rktns !'t
last ovuning on a visit to Galveston
Mr and Mrs. A V .iti.va are vis-
iting toda) In Wolfe rny
Iltmember when o c idsr flour.
tvt a eVM ra-e' "ONOQliAJi tut
.J. CHURCH SERVICES t.
St. Paul's episcopal.
Sunday school 10 o'clock. Servicer
at 11 a. m and 7:30 p. m. by p&sw
Rev. BIroh pastor.
Sunday school at 9:80. COmamn
Ion serv'cea at 10:4B. No other ser
vl. Rev. W T Hilton pastor.
Sunday school at 9:J0. Services at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. AH cordially
Incited to attend Rev A A Duncan
West Greenville Baptist.
Sunday school at 9:15 S Trice
11 a. m. and S p. m. by pastor Un
Ions at usual hour Rev. E. d
Sunday school at D: $5. Service at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor
You arc cordially Invited to attend
Sp Slal mnsic at both services. Ilet.
. 1.. Graham pastor.
Sunday school at 9:15. Services v.
11 a. m. and S p. m by the pastor
Von are cordially Invited to attend
Rev C. Pugsley pastor.
West Lee Street Methodist
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preach
ng at 11 a. m. and 7 30 o m. h
rrof J A Thomas.
funtla school at 3 30. Preaching
at U a m and 7:30 p. m. by the pas
tor. Memorial servlc.s by the e.v
lonfederatea at 3 p m the general
public Invited to the services of this
muriai. oiraugers are given a cor
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djfll welf'"i. uood music! Come it
will do you good Itev K H Casey
First Presbyterian Church.
Dr Hunter will preach today both
morning and even ng. Subjects. At
U a in "Living for the Things that
Count;" Evening 7. 3D "The Gospel
of the Second Jlile " lllb'e school
and olases for all noes at 9-30. Tha
minister is anxious that every mem
ber of the church and congregation
ho present uspciallj at the morning
iour as important intimat ons are o
be made. Everybodj cordlall lnU
ed and welcome. Please note change
ot evening hour. Ur. Hunter pa.to1-
SerUces at 11 a. m and 7.30 p ir.
conduced by Rev. B. S. Harris. H
eryone ib cordially Invited to attend
Church of Christ.
Services morning and tonight in
Woodman Halt The tent has not et
arri.ed but is expected tomorrow
when rehal meetings will be held
on the lot neu north of the Carnegi
library. Morning subject todaj "Wa'k
ng by Faith ' and at night a contin-
uation nf th. nnrnn lf..u ..f .I.A....I. '
"Faith a Sav.ng Crace."
The 1 j men's Meeting will bo heli
at 3 p n In Central Christian church
with L A Patlllo. leader.
ememutr. UUR'BlG ART
;;;Mrs. E. M. Taylor
Sherrlll Mulkey S
The la.. -i. ..j. .. and we hive
little time to tell you just what wo
have but come to the only store whe-o
furnltu'e Is marked In phln figures
ml see for jourself the bargains.
D. S CHANDLER.
The Furniture Man.
Give Home Preference.
Why sena on to have your Summer
clothes made when jcu can get then
made right 1 ere at homo by Fred
DlercUs Just as cheap and you can
soe them while the) aro being madn
and there is no chance of jour suit
being made wrong or out of style.
What Have You to Sell?
Reds buggies horses cows chlcit-
nns gooso feathsrs or an thing. 2
S. Chandler tho furniture man will
buy or ecknngo goods to jou for
them Come and see.
Glasses correctly fitted to the eye
lenses ground and icodo while you
wait Dr. M. noskow Optlclau.
Glasses correctly fitted to the eye
knaes ground and made while you
wnlt- Dr. M. Ileskow. Optician
P. P. C. stands for Peerless Pca.h
Cream for sale at Ed M. Jones nevv
Dr n n. Waddle specialist eje
"ar nosi' snd throat Cllasies IltteJ
Opera Houso block
BRB BIB ! E
Musical Comedy Co.
THE MERRY MUSICAL MELANGE
Ihs Kieg ni Koboio"
FOURTEEN NEW SONG HITS.
BIGGEST BRIGHTEST AND BREEZIEST OF ALL MUSICAL
CHANGE OF BILL NIGHTLY NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
Wood and oal
PHONE ORDERS FOR WOOD
Wood $3.50 Per
Homo Telephone 3U.
Big Cat Fish I.unch 15c
Mexican Chilli 10c
South Sldo I?o Street
Half block from M.. K. L
Mrs. Carrie Meyer
MISS MARTHA L. GIBSON.
Director and Teacher of Piano.
MISS JESSICA FERRY Vole?.
MISS BERNICE DAVIS Violin.
MISS WANOA THOMAS Piano
Downtown over Graham's.
North at Dr. Meadows' resi
South at Mr Tlppetfs resi-
dence. West at West Slud'o oppo-
site West School Building
' l'or hours and terms addeg?
Or Phono 309 Home Co
ED. M. JONES
SANITARY MEAT MARKET
2S5 West I-ee Street
Doth Phones 1S1.
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For Silo At n bargtin sec- V
ond band water heater for bi'Jt
f See us for anything in new A
or second hand Furniture We ?
r have bargains every day in the
i We do turniyint repairing of '-.
!. hit sorts. Prices reasonable S
a will exchange new tor old fui-
J. W. SINCLAIR
'? S. fltone'vnll s. Uoth phones. ?
TAKE A LOOK IN
Coffee Sc Hl!an'' sea " u(to 'snt something it.
tne paint line jou neeu. we carry ai
kinds of paints oils varnlshe sta!n
polishes enamels etc The brtiBhe-
to apply them with too Everything
from the smallest canel'a hair pencl
to tbo biggest whitewash brush. B'
line up to-dnte Wall Paper. Qualil
and quantity the best and most for the
J C. White &
That number Is the 'phone numbc
or the Grocery store that will fill
your order eor'eetly with the bst
goods; that will deliver the gooj
iromptly; that will chaige the low hi
prices. Make a noto of tho number
it's 51 and CjU it the next tln-e
.vou neod anything in the Grociv
Noble & Kimbrougl'
.M one faro plus $1.00 to Texa Coast i
iiolnts also Mineral Wells Port
KjU'ttMiuor and Putnam Aug. 20 Sept
- U lb 33 and 30 good Ml dajs.
1 r.v our vay to Dallas. Kart Worth
:t 1 o-ils and till pnhHB north
. ' lh0' us tor -ntos ana routes
IS THIb NO. St?
RE. Hewict Agent;
A F " MCKAY G F- A
x vertalnly r'c ctiuit of Wi
. ht-n it i.iiu to .IKp ihing jour n.
.ircei1 I vl ua make 11 twines. ..
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L ni-fii'itr .uiu tan ir'il -if
ir goodk We -i- ob-ulu I) -1
i.tt we mu se:lyuu UiaU'. r4l
'-h.ngs cheaper than ou can bj
ti vm elsewli-ro and onl seek 1)11
1 1. 10 tunity to pr ne It
i 34iin u Jim
1 Ms HA
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WITHIN THREE YEARS THERE WILL BE ONLV
PLAYER PIANOS SOLD. ANY ONE CAN PLAY THESE IN
STRUMfcNTS WITHOUT MUSICAL TRAINING. CALL N
AND HEAR ONt.
WE ARE SELLING PIANOS EVERY DAY. OVER FIFTY
OIANOS SOLD SINCE MAY 20. PRICES ARE RIGHT FROM
S155.00 TO $500.00. EASY TERMS.
P. S We have ore of the best tuners In the State. Phono
us your orders.
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Just Received a Shipment
East Texas Muscadines
Especially Fine Telephone Us
Alexasicler Grocery Co.
LET THE WAGON STOP
Wevsich's "Holsom Loaf"
NOBODY HANDLES IT BETWECN THE BAKERY
AND YOUR KITCHEN.
Phone Weyrich's Steam Bakery
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: Any Poultry Man
Hut ver fow can raise them a'l More Chicks die through
tho summer for want of cleauliness and a good Tonic Powde'1
than from Roup and Cholera combined. Disinfect with Creolol
nud give International Poultiy Powder and see how they thrlv.
A little goes a long waj with chicks and at a vory small cot.
GEE S DRUG STORE.
. II. 11181
IF YOU WANT TO RISE EARLY DON'T SPEND YOUR
MONfcY FOR AN ALARM CLOCK BUT DRINK
Phone Bag'ey Si Son or your druggist.
Delivered anywhere in the city
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF THE CbLEBRATED CONNERS-
VILLE BUGGIES PRICES ARE CORRECT.
WE ALSO HAVE TWO OR THREE
TO CLOSt OUT AT COST. THIS IS THE LAST OPPOR.
TUNITY TO RECEIVE ONE AT THIS PRICE.
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'" "S? lhl" W to"fofhlo and easj or ouo that is utv
epTO(3j4ad tougn" If u is u Wees buggy wo know what
pleasure you get out or a drive fur thi.ro are 110 better Bugsloa
made than the Illees. Fl st tlio) aro niado for Becvlto and
with all the style and comfort that Is possible to push in theia
O t"e will find. You find some Uugg es that are neat looking
g' hut they wtU not stand bard usage. You find others that wear
will but have no style wlmievBr. in a Ulcus lluggy JOu gat
$ M these good points confined. Tho very beat material In
1 very line is uted they are the most highly painted Buggies
iJid anywhere and they gro the lightest easiest runniug Hug.
is es you ever rode In Wo are sole agents here for them nni
we stand back of every one we sell to jqu imvo a doubla
guarantee tor they are guaranteed to us. As to tho stylos
shown It's a matter of teste in selecting from (his stock. Wo
have the haudsome catwpy and uxtundon top surrle. tho
Auto seal cut under lloundaboui. the plain panel scat round-
PW snd (he cut under auto seat Thoj are suitable for
It wl'l lim us piiaUI lo URVB you comd n an(j 8eQ tb(
nwi.v t'j n slluUn heie and we know we cun bavo ou money
W you win nsure ftUU ua c'
CMh S BEALLHDWF A IMP Pfl
44 - H - l - l l-H-M-M' '!" W4-W
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AT YOUR DOOR AND GET A
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Can Hatch Chicks
SOLES SHOES FOR 75 CENTS.
AT HAGAN'S OLD STAND NEXT
DOOR TO ARVIN'S DRUG STORE
ON WEST LEE STREET.
Oft 0Ovi (j0O (sOOS
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