The Electra Daily News (Electra, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 548, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 1, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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Mr. Albert Taylor as “Hosea Howe”
in “Peaceful Valley” scored his usual
success in Electra last night. The
play is a beautiful one, and we believe
fits Mr. Taylor's .peculiar style of act-
ing better than-anything he has done
here before. We will have to give Mr.
Taylor credit for being able to draw*a
crowd in Electra when no one else
can. This is his fifth visit to Electra
and never has he failed to pack the
house, and possibly with one excep-
tion has pleased the audience thor-
oughly. The supporting company is
very fair, especially Mr. McMillan in
character. Tonight “Who Will Mar-
ry Mary,” said tot^mexeeptionally
strong play.-ASiis will efttfe the en-
gagement qythis company xor ‘this
will And it at
TO THE/SCHOOL CHILDRi
School starts now right aWay. C&me
Personality in Cloth&s-Blending
is one of the most important branches ofpeedle-
and-thread science. It means adapRrtimi of the
proper styles to the proper fabrics, a quality
which produces personality in
$20 to $45
If the style is ciingingly British, a hairline stripe or shepherd check is
in order; for the conservative business suit a pepper and salt mixture;
for the sport suit a heavy check or solid shade.
Let us advise you on this subject of blending clothes, to meet the “per ^
sonality” of the wearer. We'll build you a garment that reflects
“you,*’ but does not reflect UPON YOU.
m'cjv’s- ajvt> soy i outfitt&'rs'
>ourt of the United
, States for the N
In the MattpTof C. A. Martin, Ban
rupt (DfiJankruptcy, No. 776).
I, MyMcCJpiley^nistee in the above
estabpfprffll sell ajy public a sale for
cashFat 3:00 o’clock p. m. on the 5th
/nspctf door to G1
ai|d get your hair-cut.
look neat and nice
jt the prem
ig, the fol
>ck of drugs and mfftr-
ind about the busmen of
da# of Sei
Iso all of the outstanding ac-
courft^owing and due thjV'^ankrupt.
A deptftrtb •£ aefe ffss than twenty
per cent of the amount bid from such
person whose vbid ^or bids are to be
reported to the Court with recommen-
dation for approval, shall be required
and all sales will be subject to the ap-
proval of the Honorable W. B. Pad-
d547-49 M. McGINLEY, Trustee.
Rome, Aug. 31, 9:55 p. m.—The
Mesaggero publishes a telegram from
Sofia, Bulgaria, whch says the Aus-
trians have suffered an irreparable
defeat at Zamose, Russian Poland,
fifty miles southeast of Lublin.
Tuition $4.00 fler
Opposite Oil \ ’ity
the energy of youth
to provide - for the
years to come.
Make your check
good at our bank.
- * Electra, Texaa
U eae la which the aatchaat
fctmelf hM implicit faith—
•1m ha weald sot adrart&M It
Too are eafe la patroalxiagtha
merchants whoa* ada appear
is this paper becaaae their
goods are up-to-date and sever
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is now • >pen fc
location near the
ness. Cc mfort. Cot
d544-49 \ LUTHEI
E. E. Cr^eal of La^on, Okla., has
bought the BlactawSteam Laundry
and took charge of same this morn-
ing. Mr. O’Neal is an experienced
laundryman and understands every
branch of the business, having been
with one of the best laundries in the
south for five years. He expects to
move his family here in about a week.
Mr. O’Neal is a pleasant gentleman
and we welcome him to Electra.
LOCKETT ADAIR MEETING
*t LOCALS AND PERSONALS 8
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Mont Turner is in Wihcita Falls to-
day on business. *
Miss Cora Lee s-Waggoner^ is
guest of Miss Preston Moore. *
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Reed are spend-
ing the day at Wichita Falls.
Charley Jones went dowfii Wich-
ita Falls today to brin^ov i lord
Lace Curtains a
half price at Austin
Dock Fisher came in this morning
to take the 11 o’clfrfi^ ijarain to
Mrs. H. J. Wi
half price at Austi
n goods at
I. K. Williimsfnasgj
.largest line | of* sui,
ever shown s
The ElectrSk Hardware^ company
has improved tnb^iyp€france of the
front of its store with a fresh coat of
The FirstN&tacer nani
3ome new sign on t^e
Jack Williams ajw wue'>areex-
pected. home th^’afternoon fromo^la
homa, whej^they have been visitii
for a we<
Mrs. T. D. Walker hag
sick list for several
learn was better this/fn
I. K. Williams
een on the
rator Co. will sell;
lly after this dal
xds of feed afld
rd of directors.
;st opened ^he
theheare any nm^ffps in the de-
cries frota''4fee1’lSpot Cash Grocery
thJ^customers will understand the
cause, as a fine girl baby arrived at
the .home of Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Smith Sunday night.
Two representatives of the Adair
evangelistic party have already ar-
rived and are busy looking after the
co-operative meeting which- is to be-
gin next Sunday.
Union Prayer Meeting Wednesday
All praying people of all denomina-
tions are urged to be at the union
prayer service tomorrow night at 8
At a representative gathering of all
churches this afternoon the follow-
ing committees were appointed:
Building Committee—H. L. Hud-
son, Mr. Ed Wilson, E. V. Estell, J. F.
Moore and E. M. Kirk.
Finance Committee—W. W. Wynn,
D. T. Cross, J. L. Parker and N. P.
Entertainment Committee—Mrs, C.
W. Coffey, Mrs. N. D. Cooper, Mrs. C.
Badgett, Mrs. E. V. Estell. and C. E.
Devotional Committee—J. F. Moore,
W. W. Winn, R. N. Huckabee and W.
Music Committee—Mrs. W. W.
Wynn, Miss Kate Jackson, Mr. H. F.
Paul, Mrs. Hepler, Sid Smith and J. F.
Advertising Committee—R. M.
Sparks, A. A. Abney, E. N. Collins
and R. G. Sykes.
Ushers—W. C. Best, Joe Moore, H.
L. Hudson, Sidney R. Clairy, S. White,
G. F. Lebus, J. Harris, Foster Valour,
and W. C. Garrett.
Collectors—Dan Moore, Jno. D. R.
Cooper, C. W. Coffey, S. C. Chapman,
W, W. Wynn, Ed C. Wilson. J. H.
Johnson. E. M. Kirk and R. N. Huck-
While the Powers arel scrapping like,
hundred dollars over in Europe we are busy
dpetoring sick automobiles and wishing we
could collect some 'of our outstanding ac-
counts. Of .course we don’t especially need
the money, but winter will soon be here and
we don’t wish to be compelled to wear our
summer clothes during the cold weather. If
you are among the many, why not come
around and make us smile.
O. A. JONES GARAGE
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Sheldon, A. H. The Electra Daily News (Electra, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 548, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 1, 1914, newspaper, September 1, 1914; Electra, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth892913/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Electra Public Library.