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City Times (Newspaper) - March 18, 1916, Galveston, Texas VOL. 19. NO. 45. MARCH 18. 1916 FIVE CENTS DRUGS all the Time at 26-H. Toilet ind to We make a specialty of delivering quick phone 423. D. Scott Keene ia the proprietor of the following famous RHEUMATISM KEENE'S LITTLE PILLa KNOX A COLO KEENE'S CORN KEENE'S TOOTHACHE KEENE'S TIMES KEENE'S 0)EAO KEENE'S HEADACHE KEENE'S KIDNEY AND BLADDER BLOOD TOWIC - AND All the above remedies are guaranteed to do the work or money ' Drug Ave. H John Stein Sealy & Co. BANKERS in 1654' 24(h and Strand Texas | DRINK OUR PRODUCT MAGNOLIA BEER and SPLIT BOTTLED BEER Mmmm mm D. Agent Na 101 Uth St. Ave. A. aod 631 6ALVP.ST0H, TEXAS No Ordan Solicited and No Made tu of Texas K p. MALLOY SONS Livery and Boarding Stable Licensed and | THE - WHITE ALWAYS READY | Phone 273.- | 24th ' | SOUTH TEXAS STATE BANK SECURITY BUILDING 22nd N. E. Is now open for and your 4' Par Cent Savings Compounded October and J.P. R. Oh I. A. Stoln 0. a. Fred Jr. Carroll P. B. It. O. a. Cashier ink Blue Label Coffee Sold ty all Grocers SAVE THE COUPONS THE STEWARD HARMONY 462. with Kahn's PARTIES AND BANQUETS SERVED A Phone WILL Expert Cleaner And Pressor 15 and Ave. K. 1 3bi.^ Texas JOSEPH CUNEY Attorney at Law General Law Notary Public 1925 Texas HERE AND farmers of were In the city Monday on Take your Drug Twenty-sixth and Avenue to be filled with fresh Good in I. president of the Galveston returned Thursday from a visit in North Ho stated things looked all right all along the but the country was B. L. 2406 Avenue The friends of EmmeR Asher and Jopes no be glad to learn that they are doing fine in dental studies Tenn. GOOD MEALS and short orders at The 42? Twenty-fifth Mr. of Is still selling lots in He can be found at 417 Twenty-fifth TAILORING 604 Twenty-fourth street for ladles and All work called and delivered Phone 2868.-Adv. Mrs. J O. Henderson 924 Market street will sell you In Fidelity addition to Leo contractor of cleaning up will give Address him at 316 Twenty-sixth The Oleander drug store placed in stock this week a large and line of toilet articles and Mr. Walter L. and his assistants the stock on display for sale to the Mr. T. Shaw and Mrs. M. W. loft Monday for 3B1 to visit Master D. H. who Is 111. A GOOD when you the H. 1*. Furniture fix It up Come to see wrst bargains they 310 Phone 6872. See ad elsewhere in this A. POSITION tor a good woman as an Address W. P. O. Box 250, Keene's Drug Twenty-sixth and Avenue has ot the largest assortments of grippe and cough remedies in the All are guaranteed to do the work or money Adv. good furnished rooma for one northeast and other Apply 2406 venue r. Jolly E. Davis is visiting his Mrs. ' mth and Avenue L. Jones has purchased a er lot In the West End ones has two lots for sale in addition to Texas He sell these Iota Address Avenue wo south nicely and cold Apply to Mrs. An - 2717-. Avenue win do your to your Phone 3829. J. A. 1822 Avenue in Mrs. Amanda of Mr. W. G. Lawson of 927 Avenue was sick this THE Nelson will put in those lights to give the home and other places comfort against wind and Address 1305 Twenty-fourth Visit the Aleander drug store for your nice soft etc Good Get your cold and cough cures at the East End Phone 108. HELP The City Times with a cash Do it Roosevelt Noble will call on J. M. cleaner and carriers a complete line of woolens tor women and Call at 318 Twenty-sixth The cheapest tailoring in the Marriage wern Issued to Mr. Otis and March 11; to Mr. Frank Kord and Miss Gladiola March 15. you think of the new city hall think ot Keene's Drug Store the and go you need in the drug Phones 423 and 262. 2602 cm ton Park and pavilion is hi readiness for all kinds ol winter etc. Mr. 1121 Mechanic lot in Lincoln A G. care 1925 Watch and Repair of all flood suffering Jewelry Will give of cost oa all kinds of Mr. C. T. Shaw is in charge of the Optical SHAW & SONS and OPTICIANS Northwest Corner and Streets The City authorized to annou ice as School T. Armstrongs Ballinger Election April 1, 1916. FAMOUS CASE 0F/(yi08E' case of Mose this week before the judicial district court attracted a room of colored also a number of white case has centered Interest in having fti the courts for nearly five the shet I. Blake to death In a barn on June 16, ID 11, is a colored man and the dead nian was The first trial was held in in 1912, and a change of venue was secured to and in in 1913, was acquitted for the murder of Jane then in 1913, tried for the murder of I. T. Blake in Galveston and sentenced to be hung for the murder of the white Defendant's Marsene and Elmo took an appeal to the court of appeals of the State of Texas at Austin and the honorable granted the defendant a hew Judges Harper and Davidson wrote the in the decision of the court of appeals granting in 1914, a new trial for in the Fifty-sixth district beginning 13, After three trial Hon. G. Street gave his careful charge to the jury Of twelve white citizens of Galveston who entered the jury room about 10 p. March 15, to decide on a The jury in the case ot the State of Texas against Mose charged with were M. Emll John L. Henry J. I League H. A. George N J. N. M. J. A. U. M. R. The verdict of the jury was for the brought in about 12 noon The State represented by County Attorney by Attorney Holland of the Twenty-third judicial was by A. L. The State's theory nf the case was to the point that killed his wife in the room of I. r. where she had gone for protection against or her The defense's theory was that on information of another Mose Robbina went to the barn In which I. T. Blake lived to see for himself whether his wife and Blake had and thereupon caught them in the killing them both at the This It Is has cost the State of over and cany a person an interest fur many The colored citizens of Galveston gave financial of several hundred dollars lUat only the aw for all men be riven a member of the It he was justified and with no spirit of etc. AMONG THE Bishop R. A. Carter of preached Sunday at Carter's chapel ol the B. Thirty-ninth and Avenue I. Thb occasion of the bishop's visit was helping out in a as this new church among our people has a beautiful piece of church formerly the West End church Bishop Carter's 11 o'clock sermon was from 4th chapter and 6th he answered and this the Word ot the Lord not by nor by but by My salth the Lord of The discourse was an quent of the of the Holy and he said God is not measured by After the several little Rev. S. S. of the church had the assistance during the day of other Rev. C. Curtis of Luke church preached very during services He told the large congregations to first know God for themselves and to keep yourselves in the right attitude pf life and be Many upon ourselves by our own he Life's association for good is and help whp are Weak in soul and aud war will wear the he ail heavenly and tiie ters jumped in the while then seemingly was union revival services at M. E. church for two weeks much good for all gospel eloquence last Monday night on tlie beauty man after creation in character of service In example of the Lord Savior Jesus by Rev. J. G. Edwards and the thought of Rev. in the scene standing between the living and the bringing to all the care ot 9, dear mother for but the oare of Jesus was higher up 4h":awBfcenIn^,sylrjjtJseemM to go present Williams called for the singing of Not Come to Him The revival opens tomorrow for two weeks at Reedy chapel A. M. E. Rev. G. M. B. Turner ot the church was In the city Sunday holding services at Castle 2724 Market He lives In 1307 Andrews Rev. P. A. Pinkney of the Trinity Baptist church will preach the annual sermon of the Lone Star Cotton local I. L. tomorrow at 3 p. at their 2712% Market Specials Today Flour Remains The HAMS AND BAGON GOING Cash or our weekly price By buying all of your groceries from it you will save many dollars in a year's Our prices are always low on 20tb 6 bars Proctor & Gamble's Naphtha 250 4 can's Lyo 25o 7 eSo 7 Celluloid 260 on the no 3 lbs. 20-Mule in 10 lbs. Sal amo the Lowest 24-lb. sack Tidal Wave 48-lb sack Ambrosia 48-lb. sack 0 lbs. Tidal Wave 20e 12 lbs. Tidal Wave 24-lb. sack Tidal Wave 2f 34^brBaoit Ambrosia 12 lbs. Ambrosia 46o 6 lbs. Purina Whole Wheat Flour 30e 10 lbs. Cream 25c 10 lbs. Fresh 26c 3B-lb. sack Fresh 90c 36-lb, sack Cream 9Qp IRISH 8WEET POTATOES AND Fresh Dally 1 bushel 1 peck New Colorado Potatoes 1 bushel % bushel TOO 1 85e Sweet SOo FINE WINES AND gallon 8O0 Table New Shipment f California Many people cough and from the beginning of Fall right through to Others get cold after Take Dr. King's New and you will get almost immediate It stops the heals the soothes the raw Easy to Antiseptic and Got a 50c bottle of Dr. New Discovery is certainly a great medicine and I keep a bottle of it continually on writes W. C. 11......Money hack U not PURCHASERS OF LOTS The park and of 2 Cotton at Thirty and S in coni for and s wili 1). given ail Will 8!'.'' or The and M. Hir supplies children can be purchased Beautiful Lincoln Heights addition to T' who share in the jil well to bu drilled on a by the company where the K are BOid and paid Mr. C. W. 280,'i Avenue H. 2015 Market J. O. 912 L. N. 509 A. 3525 Jessie M. 2S28 H. L. 4L'1V4' Twenty-fifth Mrs. Lizzie 2905 Avenue Sarah 2705 Avenue Eva 3921 Avenue Lillian 2012 Thirty-seventh Mr. Spence E. 3215 Church T. H. 32?4 Avenue W. N. Avenue Lee Ella 2703 Avenue Miss Irene L. 924 MISH C. 4002 Avenue Mrs. Rebecca 502 Avenue Mr. Ebby 812 Mrs. Mary 27
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