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   City Times (Newspaper) - March 18, 1916, Galveston, Texas                                VOL. 19. NO. 45. GALVESTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 18. 1916 PRICE: FIVE CENTS ^BESH DRUGS all the Time at KEEEN'S. 26-H. ... . >. .   ..   Medicines, Toilet Artiolea. etc, ind to have-ywar-prewsriptions filted. We make a specialty of delivering quick phone orders.- Phontf 423. D. Scott Keene ia the proprietor of the following famous remedies^ KEENE-8 RHEUMATISM CURE. KEENE'8 PY8PEPSIA CURB. KEENE'S LITTLE OIANT PILLa KEENE-8 KNOX A COLO TABLETS. KEENE'S CORN CUR& KEENE'S LIQHTNINQ TOOTHACHE DROPS. KEENE'S THHEE TIMES MIXTURE. KEENE'S 0)EAO SHOT. KEENE'S HEADACHE RELIEF. KEENE'S KIDNEY AND BLADDER CURE. KEENEfS BLOOD A�iD TOWIC REM- - ^0^4   KEENE'S^NERVK   AND   BLOOO TREATMENT. All the above remedies are guaranteed to do the work or money refunded. Sui. ' Keeii?*s Drug Store.   a6tti atid Ave. H John ftealT �jBfiftlT ilutcUlae.i H.O. Stein Qeoirse Uealy HutcMngs, Sealy & Co. (Unincorporated) BANKERS Eleit&blisKed in 1654' 24(h and Strand Slreet Qalveston, Texas | DRINK OUR PRODUCT MAGNOLIA MtlEG BEER and SPLIT BOTTLED BEER Mmmm mm D. ROSSI, Agent Na 101 Uth St. Ave. A.     Vhanes IM. aod 631     6ALVP.ST0H, TEXAS No Ordan Solicited and No Shipment* Made tu VloUktion of Texas Laws. K p. MALLOY SONS Livery and Boarding Stable ; Licensed UndertaKcrs and Embalmcrs | THE - WHITE pLYER" AMBULANGB ALWAYS READY | Phone 273.- | Cor. 24th Ps5tiWtiJ�l!"'. '     l^toton, Texas. | SOUTH TEXAS STATE BANK SECURITY BUILDING 22nd Mephanio Street, N. E. Corner. Is now open for business' and solidits your sccoant. 4' Par Cent Intorest oini Savings Deposits; Compounded October and April. DIRECTORS! J.P. Alvey. J.J. Diivls iC. R. Oh oxborousli. I. A. Stoln 0. a. Mwoet, Fred Lego, Jr. il. Carroll Alvoy. OFFICEHSi J, P. AtiVWY, President. B. It. OUUSBSBUKDUdU, Vtoe I'res, O. a. BWttlST, Oivslitor. J.OAttKOLL AliVKY, ABs't, Cashier ink Blue Label Coffee Sold ty all Grocers SAVE THE COUPONS THE CATERERIZra^ STEWARD HARMONY CLUB-PHONE 462. (Formerly with Kahn's Confectienery.) WEDDINGS, PARTIES AND BANQUETS SERVED LUNChKS A SPEclALTy iU�l�enca, tZ28 M'/z- Phone S088 GalvBtpn, Taxmt WILL Sm^TORD tailor' Expert Cleaner And Pressor 15 and Ave. K. t�*BBeBBB�BB>e�B0B9BBl 1 f.l.K.rt%OH^- 3bi.^ Galveston, Texas JOSEPH CUNEY Attorney at Law General Law Business, Divorce.Suits. Notary Public OfRoe, 1925 Meotianio Slreet Galveslon, Texas HERE AND THERE. King, farmers of Hitchcock, were In the city Monday on business. Take your prescrlptlon8,to''Keene'8 Drug Store, Twenty-sixth and Avenue H, to be filled with pure, fresh drugs. Good cjerks in charge.-Adv. 'Hon. I. Lovenberg, president of the Galveston BClIoor" Tioard, returned Thursday from a visit in North Texas. Ho stated things looked all right all along the line, but the country was dry. :, MILLINERY-Mrs, B. L. Sims, 2406 Avenue H,-Adv. The friends of Messrs.-. EmmeR Asher and Irvln Jopes no doilbfwllV be glad to learn that they are doing fine in dental studies in'Meharry College,' Nashville, Tenn. GOOD MEALS and short orders at The "Taylor Restaurant, 42? Twenty-fifth street.-Adv. Mr. Jas. R.,Blaine of Okla/homa Is still selling lots in Taft. He can be found at 417 > Twenty-fifth street. " IIEMPHIS TAILORING CO.. 604 Twenty-fourth street i^Buits-made-from-$10;aflL_tQ_$40.Qfl; cleaiOng-Of-clothing for ladles and geutlemSn.' All work called tor- and delivered promptly. Car^y ^ Brown, proprietors. Phone 2868.-Adv. Mrs. J O. Henderson ot. 924 Market street will sell you ipts In Fidelity addition to Houston.-Adv. Mr; Leo Duncan,- contractor of cleaning up house.a^and ropalrlns work, etc., will give yoii good" service. Address him at 316 Twenty-sixth street-Adv. The Oleander drug store placed in stock this week a large and elegani line of toilet articles and Mr. Walter L. Davis, manager, and his assistants ttave placed., the stock on display for sale to the trade.-Adv. Mr. Chas. T. Shaw and mother, Mrs. M. W. Shaw, loft Monday for 3B1 Paso, Texas, to visit Master D. H. Lawrence, who Is auite 111. A HOMBLOOKS GOOD when you Jjisra the H. 1*. Neliijon Furniture qo, fix It up wltti^tlielr furniture. Come to -th�"^tere and" see wrst bargains they make^ 310 Twenty-fifth, street. Phone 6872. See ad elsewhere in this paper.-^Adv. A. POSITION tor a good colorpa woman as an Insuraihce splicitor. Address Jno. W. Williams, P. O. Box 250, Galveston, Texae.-r-Adv. Keene's Drug Store, Twenty-sixth and Avenue H, has one! ot the largest assortments of cold, grippe and cough remedies in the city. All are guaranteed to do the work or money back.- Adv. ROOMS-Two good furnished rooma for rent, one  northeast  and  other QUtheast.   Apply to'Mrs, STnis',' 2406 venue H.-Adv. r. Jolly E. Davis is visiting his ither-in-law, Mrs. Walstlne Maasey, ' mth and Avenue L. r, Qjorge Jones has purchased a er lot In the West End addition, ones has two lots for sale in Lin-Park addition to Texas City. He sell these Iota cheap. Address Avenue M'/4.-Adv. wo south rooms, nicely fumish'Hd, and cold bath.i Apply to Mrs. An - Butler, 2717-. Avenue I.-Adv. wank. YES-I win do your car-try, roofing, etc., to your satisfaction. Phone 3829. J. A. Roy, 1822 Avenue K, in rear.-Adv. Mrs. Amanda Dodson, mother-ln-l.aw of Mr. W. G. Lawson of 927 Avenue I, was sick this week. THE GLACIER-Ed. Nelson will put in those lights to give the home and other places comfort against rain, wind and cold. Address 1305 Twenty-fourth (rear).-Adv. Visit the Aleander drug store for your nice soft drinks, etc Good service.-Aov. Get your cold and cough cures at the East End Pharmacy, S13 Thtr iiitBHl    Phone 108. HELP The City Times with a cash subscription. Do it now. Geo. Roosevelt Noble will call on you. J. M. Gray, tailor, cleaner and press-or, carriers a complete line of woolens tor men, women and children. Call at 318 Twenty-sixth street. The cheapest tailoring in the city.-Adv. Marriage licPnseK wern Issued to Mr. Otis npgany and Mliss;Lillian Soloman. March 11; to Mr. Frank Kord and Miss Gladiola Johnson, March 15. WTion you think of the new city hall think ot Keene's Drug Store acroPE the conicr. and go there, whtn you need nnytliing in the drug Hop. Phones 423 and 262. 2602 -Wcnue II. -.Adv. The cm ton J.-immpre" Park and pavilion is hi readiness for all kinds ol winter enterlaininents. etc. Addres,'^ Mr. .\. .^!'>nlB0mery, 1121 Mechanic Blreet.-M\. CHK.\P S.\LE-One lot in Lincoln iitlililioH tO-Te.Sijs City. Ahip. I'lTmit.) and Appil--cati.'na r ,rters ot Corporations, f;uardi;iii,dilpr-;, Adminia-tratlon of", ilea, hritb fXvil.nnd Criminal Cases In all Courts, etc,, glve^   .onipt aud satisfactory alloellon.   . LAND--Property bouKhl and sold at be.-jt prlcea; Titles examined; Clouds on Titles rcnoved, property partitioiied ar:d divided enicng clplmantn or heirs; I'ropin-ty tiuk'-su.mI and Texas paid for residents -cr non-residents; Items collected; suitable offices or tenant liou�e8 secured; Ideal tiuuie iites kIvou special attention. LOANS - Your surplus money Invested to pay. Best Inana made Rt tho most reasonable and lawful ralea en all kinds of Securt-tles, personal of.-real. Money furnlKhi^d for Imprnveracnts to build or remodel hoinoa t;r oilier property, to pay taxes or defaulted notos cr ncteB fmuid to be tiK, larKe to pay rMnvf> nicntly-   Credit extended to periscinB eni;,-u'.'d In buiilnesa. Puhllc Typtwritlnj; aud Buslue.sa Corroapeiidi.nrc. done ht'reason-,�ble rates. BuslneaH not ccnfined to Oulvest.vu and Harris Counties, CorXQ-. . Bpondeace invited.'^ fr****-�1HHHf**�^HI-��**1HHHf*�**-)Ht-�**-��-*�-�Ht-� 3 ANNOUNCEMENT ____., .__, ----- A Life of Norn's Wriirht Cunoy By IJis Daughter. Mrs. Mauti Cuney Hare * Road obou'c a man who wa.- or.t- of the j.;reat lead-rs of Negro Americans * 'ihi^ l.oi.i!! i,- now tiv. .suIb and display at J      FURDY'S BOOK STORE * a^n Morkai str�,t PRICE f I.so 9484 2954   

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