The Baylor County Banner. (Seymour, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, April 30, 1909 Page: 1 of 16
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TUB PIONI-I2R QROCER makes
Reduction on an Immense lot of Can Go< 's
of thr best grarlr. This will Inst I ri to 60 dayo, You had better nit ncglcct your best intercat, but
Wr hnvr liron thr means of saving you n great rlrnl of money in thr |»i«l 90 day* nml propone to keep it up on
rly everything offered in the past. Now we will make a new ancewion on a big stock of Can Goods, everything
come and aee uh.
E. Mvtrte »nj the Boys.
Big Ice Jam at Niagara
Lewiston, N. Y., April 22.
The ice jam in Niagara river haB
reached appalling proportions It
is twelve miles in length and in
many places is sixty feet deep,
and represents a strength power-
ful enough to annihilate the four
village* along the river if it all
starts to go out at once. Dyna-
mite will be used today to blow
off the head of the pack by an
dfWrmous tfhargerufcfl oflnn-mo-
tions will be separated the same
Mrs. J. F. Lewi*.
On last Saturday afternoon
Mrs. .J. F. I>ewis gave up her
hold upon this earthly existence
and her spirit returned to the
j God who gave it. The news was
I received with great sadness by
l the many friends who had learn-
ed to love her for her purity of
character. She had been in bad
health a long time, caused by
stomach trouble, but she was
sick only three d"»r* *•» V*
illness. The funeral took place
at the cemetery Sunday after-
noon at 4 o'clock, and was con-
ducted by her pastor, Rev. J. W.
Brice. A large crowd accompan-
ied the remains to their last rest-
Mrs. Lewis was born and rais-
ed at Oolleoka, Tenn. She moved
to Texas with her husband and
settled in Collin county. She re-
moved to this county three years
ago and has been living just
north of town. She leaves a
father, husband and seven chii-
fif/trt 4t,/* ,•< «»♦ f."- —
years of age and the youngest a
babe of two years. She was the
only living child of her father, J.
T. Branch, wholnow in Arkan-
sas and could ;t get here for
Mrs. Lewis wi a consecrated
member of the aptist church.
8ht was devotedt> her family,
and h*d a large rcJe of friends
who speak of hefn the highest
tarns. It is furt to see why
she was - "><<l avr at this Urns,
but thj Father, who
doeth i , * TML know
New "VJ r+oi %»ah catds /
Rupe'f drug ft tore.
Your Work Solicited.
I am now prepared to do in
good workmanlike style your
black smithing, woodwork, buggy
painting, and general repairing.
tf i. R. Graham.
Jas. S. Russell, at present the
manager for the Knox County
Grain 4k Elevator Co. at Munday,
spent Tuesday in this city. He
theirjgraln is much needing
|1^»itPaW^ «*s* at
"I'D Rather Die, Doctor,
j than have my feet cut off," said
M. L. Bingham, of Princeville,
III., "hut you'll die from gan-
grene f which had eaten away
eight toes) if you don't," said all
doctors. Instead-he used Buck-
len's Arnica Salve till wholly
cured. Its cures of Eczema, Fev-
er Sores, Boils, Burns and Piles
astound the world. 26c at Baylor
t r^n i r- .
Emporium of Fashions
We wish to emphasise the fact that all of our goods are marked io plain figures and there is no baiting of
customers here on a few staple articles and charging an exorbitant price for goods when the comparison is
not so readily made. We are satisfied with a small profit.
We exemplify the spirit of the Golden Rule in every transaction
In my white goods department you
Persian Lawns, 20 to 75c per yard
French Lawns, 20 to 75c
American Lawns, 5c to 50c
Mercerized Lingerie Mulls, 25c to 50c
English Nainsook, I2^c to 25c
American Nainsook, 10c to 25c
Crossbar Nainsook, 10 to 20c
Linon, Flaxon, 20c to 50c
Dimity Checks, 10c to 20c
Fancy White Waistlngs, 20c to 50c
White Peque, 10c
Batiste, 15c to 25c
Long Cloth, 121/2 to 25
White Linen in all qualities from the
cheapest class to the finest grade.
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOE
You will find complete with the choicest and most
up-to-date styles that mpney can buy and made by
some of the best shoe builders in the country.
In the men's and boys' department you will
find many new shapes and styles in both low and
high cut. Remember we have a full stock of the
famous CROSSETT SHOES that have stood the
test, as I have been agent for them for the past 10
years in your city. $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 per pair.
Ladies, don't fail to see our large line of ladies'
muslin underwear in the lace and embroidered ef-
fects. From 50c to $3.00 per garment.
Men's half hose In black and tan . . 15c
Men's half hose in black and tan with
white soles ..... I5C
Men's half hose in fancy colors In drop
stitch and embroidered, from 25c to . 50c
Ladies' hose in black, tan, sky blue, Dres-
den blue, pink and old rose; In cotton,
silk, lisle thread, gause, in prices that
range from 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 to
The famous Humpty Dumpty hose for
boys and girls . . • *5C and 25c
Men's work shirts . . 50c to 75c
Men's cream soft shirts . 75c to $1.75
Men's Poms undershirts and drawers
from 86c to 65c
Full line of Scrivens drawers.
A well assorted line of men's and boys'
suspenders. . • Prices 25c to 75c
... a thnt r/1 rive The finest line of la/lies' muslin undcr-
A well selected stock of ladies' and gent s sun umbrellas at pritcs that r. g ^ ^ „vef nhown ln the city> prices
froui 50c to $3 .00 are so low that it will not pay you for
making them. They range from 50c to
Ladies vests . . • 5c to 35t
Children's Malbriggan combination suits
atfes 4, fi, 8, 10 and 12. Price . . 50c
Reliable Store Has It for Less
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Harrison, O. C. The Baylor County Banner. (Seymour, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, April 30, 1909, newspaper, April 30, 1909; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth429716/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Baylor County Free Library.