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City Times (Newspaper) - January 29, 1916, Galveston, Texas V 19. NO. 38 JANUARY 29. 1916 FIVE CENTS FRESH DRUBS all fhe Time at 26-H. Toilet 6te., to have your We make a specialty of quick phone Phone 428. D. Scott Keene is the of the KEENE'S RHEUMATISM KEENE'S DYSPEPSiA LITTLE KEENE'S KNOX A COLD KEENE'S CORN KEENE'S TOOTHACHE DEAD HEADACHE KIDNEY AND BLADDER BLOOD AND TOMIC NERVE AND BLOOD KEENE'S THREE TIMES AD the above remedies are to do the or money Drug 36th and Ave. H Beuly I Scaly Co. H. O. Scaly in 1854' 24th and Strand Street Texas HERE AND Mr. P. King of Hitchcock was i 1 in tlie city Take your prescriptions to Drug and Avenue to be filled Good clerks in R. L. 2406 Avenue Mrs. E. V. Holiday of 817 street was 35 years in record of marriage life January 5, and in honor of such she was highly entertained hy members of the Metropolitan The following members were Mesdames M. A. M. V. F. J. C. Sadie B. S. G. E. M. Misses Bailey and E. M. GOOD aim short orders at The Taylor 42? Twenty-fifth Drug Twenty-sixth and Avenue has one of the largest assortments of grippe and cough remedies In the All guaranteed to do the work or money Adv. Mrs. Sophia Sidney is sick at the home of her E. H. 1228 Avenue DRINK OUR MAGNOLIA KEG BEER and SPLIT BOTTLED BEER D. 104 2*th A. Phones 4S4 nnd 631 TEXAS No Orders Solicited nnd No Made lu Violation of Texas F. P. MALLOY SONS Livery and Stable I Licensed and THE AMBULANCE ALWAYS READY I 24th St. | Watch and JEWELRY Repair WorK of all flood suffering Jewelry Will give estimates of cost on all kinds of See us Mr. C. T. Shaw is In charge of the Scientific Optical Department M. SHAW & SONS OPTICIANS Northwest Corner Tremont and Market Streets AMONG THE J. M. cleaner and carriers a complete line of woolens for women and Call at 318 Twenty-sixth The cheapest tailoring in the When you think of the new city hall think of Keene's Drug Store across the corner and go there when you need anything in the drug Phones 423 and 262. 2602 Avenue H. Rev. J. O. Williams visited his Rev. C. S. at this also attended the Louisiana conference at New Mrs. J. O. Henderson of 92( street will sell In Fidelity addition to Mr. contractor of up houses and repairing will give you sood Address him at 316 Twenty-sixth Mrs. F. W. a member of the Silver and Leaf states that they were third to pay the Stale by order of the State com of Hon. D. L. SOUTH TEXAS STATE BANK 8TKSBT b open for and your 4 esDt on Sayings October f. F. m. B. ol q. J. B. lU I. A. CO. Drink Slue Label Coffee Sold ty all Grocers SAVE THE COUPONS THE CATERER E- laylor STEWARD HARMONY 482. with Kahn's PARTIES AND BANQUETS SERVED LUNCHES A SPECIALTY 1228 Phone 3088 WILL SANFORD Cleaner And Presser 5SIS 16 and Ave. K. Texas JOSEPH CUNEY Attorney at General Law Divorce Notary 1928 Mr. George Jones has purchased a corner lot in the West End Mr. Jones has two lots for sale in Lincoln Park addition to Texas He will sell these lots Address 1527 Avenue Two south nicely hot and cold Apply to Mrs. An nle 2717 Avenue Prof. W. N. Cummings is up on duty after a serious wIU do your to your Phone 3829. J. A. 1822 Avenue in Mrs. Minnie Hart of 1415 Avenue K received word of the serious Illness of a relative at CHEAP lot in Lincoln addition to Texas A. G. care 1925 Mechanic The Cotton Park and pavilion is in readiness for all kinds of winter etc. Address Mr. A. 1121- Mechanic Mrs. Ellen Palti of Houston was here last Mr. B. A. is of the Federal Hand 2711 Market street Phone 5887. If you have under consideration the building of a new home or repairing the old phone G. S. 4484. My special attention is also given to repair Call at 2614 Winnie FOR MAN and no two for rent at Avenue K. Apply READ The City It is spicy and elevating all the and will help your Let your neighbors see It Twenty cenu per three months for 60c; per and Sara are up after an of somr GOOD all for en for siale ISuG Phone 4046.-Adv. night at the residence of Mrs. 103.5 Thirteenth THE Nelson will put in those lights to give ihi home and other places comfort wind and 1305 Twenty-fourth W. F. for ihe lime he wiis huri sal up laai ru 141.'. ii will be he nin down a car on nnd H December 15. A HOME LOOKS GOOD when you have the H. L. Nelson Furniture Co. fix it up with their Gome see what bargains they street Phone 5672. See ad this Mrs. I. T. of Mechanic still sick in Visit the Aleander drug store for your nice soft etc. Good Get your cold and cough cures at file East End 613 Phone 108. Ed Brown and of the Cotton Jammers No. 2, and Oleander Lodge No. 1621, G. N. O. O. gave Mr. Jim Williams two nice feather pillows same being highly as Mr. is sick and down in bed Avenue He is an old of both Mr. John H. of the Cozy has his new now at 2603 one door west of Cleaning and pressing neatly Phone 5042.--Adv,- Mr. E. W. a U. B. P. of Galveston Good Hope Lodge No. 7, rendered assistance to Mr. of a Houston U. B. F. lodge Sunday in finding relatives of a deceased The Oleander drug store placed in stock this week a large and elegant iine of toilet articles and Mr. Walter L. and his assistants have placed the on display tor sale to the Take all of your Oleander drug store to drug Twenty-sixth and Avenue H. Keene has bought the above drug store Rev. W. H. superintendent of the Houston district of the M. E. preached a forceful sermon Sunday morning at St. Paul an appreciative congregation being His text was from 12th chapter and 3rd they that be wise shall shine as tlie of the and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars forever and Rev. Logan illustrated Daniel paying the penalty of being faithful to and in Christian it always pays to be ones The foes within and without are what one wants victory Goodness in itself Is not Those at the front must strike iu He pointed to how Emperor William wanted men tor the Germany that are not afraid to strike for the endurance of the a spirit is a good and is what Christ wants of not be I believe in display of an interest for all good service and we should assert There Is a reward for the worker for those who receive benefits from the hands of the The brightness of the firmament has place on this side as well as On the We are delighted to see our folks on tlie night the noblest honors for the soul and those who do good for PRICES REMAIN THE SAME FOR THIS WEEK ONLY While the grocery has been steadily yet Ave are to at the same low we had last By ordering week's groceries from our regular price you will save Specials For Today and 31st Government comes from and men of must govern with for protection of all citizens without as to section of Until we learn to be great followers we are not great May God bless he after Rev. led in Rev. W. J. King read Scripture lesson from Ist 13th The choir sang during the Rev. Logan preached at night at Wesley He hold quarterly conferences at both during hie O. B. Goddard of tlie First Methodist Episcopal J. Edwards of Reedy A. M. E. and J. O. Williams of Wesley Tabernacle spoke Interestingly before the men's meeting last Sunday afternoon at Wesley Tabernacle The Reedy A. M. E. 2015 will conduct a special song service during services tomorrow The choir lias been preparing for special for this when some of Reedy's talent will do the honors and you will enjoy the Rev. J. the extends all a Members and friends of Holy Rosary making preparations for their fair which will he held at Holy Rosary church Thirtieth and Avenue February 2!) and March 1, 2 and 3, 1916. Rev. A. Barbour will leave 2 tor thence to D. and New York Rev. was going East last week to visit the sick and pray for GRANULATED 6 lbs. 25c 25 lbs. 25 lbs. best Granulated 17 lbs. Granulated 2 lbs. Crystal 6 lbs. Crystal 55c 3% lbs. Granulated 25c 7 lbs. Granulated 50o HAMS AND BACON GOING HIGHER But We Are Selling at Our Same Special The Sweet and Juicy Kind at Prices You Can Swift's Premium 21c Houston 2 Pork in 30c 8c TO CURE CHILDREN'S Keep child clothe avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's It is raises phlegm and reduces The first dose gives treatment with proper care will avoid serious illness or a long Don't delay Don't let your child Get a bottle Insist on Dr. Bell's 25c at GALVESTON LABORERS WORKING This has been a week among our cotton Jamming sons of Over fifty or the No. 2 Cotton working for the steamship firm of Parr & Co. loading the big ships Dramatist and Mechanician with cotton and grain cargoes for of will reach a value of about two million and a half Every bale of cotton goes into both ships will be there being a of about 28.000 The another big Harrison line will be in port eotton ships lor & besides five ships for grain will be by states Mr. P. B. Eleven for February will be by Star STOCK Keene's drug Avenue lias purchased the Oleander drug stock from Dr. rmd all of be filled at and 2fi2 Armour's Star Armour's Star 20c Armour's Picnic Swift's Premium Red Cross 23c Salt 15o LARO IS GOING 5 lbs. Swift's Pure 70c 10 Swift's Pure 50 lbs. Compound 10 lbs. Compound 5 lbs. Compound 60c 2% lbs. Compound 26o 5-lb. can Compound 10-lb. can Compound 8 lbs. Leaf Armour's Simon Pure 10-lb. Armour's Simon Pure 6-lh. 8de Hard to 4-Ib. can Snowdrift 55c 10-lb. can Snowdrift SOAPS AND WASHING 7 bars Octagon 25c 7 packages Armour's Washing 2Bc best Soap on the market tor washing 0 Ivory MORE ABOUT CHIEF SAM. Mrs. H. Lewis of wife of the late Prof. W. H. Lewis of the African Gold Coast who came the Negro town in the United Galveston in 1914 to cast their future with Chief Sam Is on route to Mrs. having arrived in New York January 24 Liverpool on the Cymric after being in Gold since 1914, as she left on the steamship Liberia for Gold Coast August 21, 1914. A statement is made that Chief Sam is with according to Mrs. Several of the crew of the ship Liberia died from among them Mrs. Hon. A. secretary of the Trading was seen Tuesday in the company's 2601 Avenue and he spoke to The Times representative in a spirit of not giving much Importance to the charge against Chief Sam for Judge was a Judge in taking an interest in tlie African colonization Judge to be very hopeful of the going notwithstanding the of the tha Soap 25o 4 cans Lye 25e 7 packages Ar 25e 7 packages 25o on Uio no 3 lbs. 20-Mule in bulk 25o 10 lbs. Snl 25o and GRITS At Prices Lower Than 6 lbs. Tidal Wave 20o 12 lbs. Tidal 45o 24-Ib. sack 24-lb. sack Tidal Wave 90o 24-lb. sack Ambrosia 95c 48-lb". sack 45-lb. sack Tidal G Purina Whole Wheat 10 lbs. Cream 25d 10 lbs. Fresh 25o 35-lb. sack Fresh 90c 35-ib. sack Cream 90c IRISH SWEET AND Fresh Dally 1 bushel 1 peck 60c New Colorado Potatoes 1 % bushel 70o 1 peck 35c Sweet Peck 30o KINE WINES AND 8O0 Good Table 660 New Shipment California Duffy's 8O0 1 quart Clear Rock bottled iii six years Puritan 95c I. best on quart tottle fall quart Canada Rye regular price 6 bars Fairy 25c Ripple Creek regular 6, bars Proctor & price All Goods Guaranteed to be of Best Quality and Full M. N. 2801-03-05-07 Market St. Phonos 337 and 4257 next for a big The Lone Star Cotton Jammers are also to Cold The has opened a store at 2(ifi! and began the publication of the Pioneer at was at Okia is In lily by the at Notary Public and Lawyer E. Notary Public and A. 6. PERKINS & CO. 2311 STREET 418>^ Bills of Deeds of CV it- tol of all Debts (new and Articles of for Charters of Administration of and Criminal Cases In ail given and satisfactory bought and sold at best Titles Clouds oa property and divided claimants or and Texas paid for cr Rents suitable or tenant houses Ideal given LOANS - Your surplus mcney to Hent loans made at tho most and lawful rules on all kinds or personal or Money for to build fir remodel other to pay or notes cr notes found tn be large to pay Credit persons in Typewriting Corro done at not to and Harris MARRIAGE LICENSES were issued te and and 7,1 and 21; Jack January TOUR BELOVED DEAD can well be furnished a nice monument to mark their For address Wiley 1102 Avenue A POSITION for a as an W. P. O. Box 250, A life of Norris Wright Cuney By His Mrs. Maud Cuney Hare BMd amari who was one of the great leaders of Negro Amt ' j Thin book Is now on sale and display at BOOK STORE 3217 Market Stramt PRICE f 1.00 0061
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