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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 29 December 1910

tteWBiHril'fMaaaJZa r-sp? -', otnttnui VOLUME XX GRFENV1LLE. TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 29, J9J0. NO 101 i p j) (Eftrmtmile XJ&XflXP tW : x T x J. x t t y t y y y y y y y y y y y y y y x s j I: i :::: IBB IB Siuits """ 'EXPLOSION KILLED MINI X DYNAMITE SET OFF IN SMELTER AT EL PASO D0E3 DAMAGE. 1 Per 3 Cent ss A WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE PATTERNS. f. 1 I fmfoi$$$puifak two "raSSESGEaSIffiiSSEir We have gome exceptional.) good values In Ladles' Suits left. In ouki to clean Ui we are ottoilng our m tire stuck ii re intar price. 1 1 Dltuniint (Kill! Shoes For Winter Wear ir oii vuim Shoes that will wear longer, look better, mndo belter, lit bitter, come to na, we fit feet pi nu ll ly with l.Hth, Hint arc foot foiineil. Just ie civ oil shipment of l..idle Sllppos in -ntln. velvet, suede and patent 'i.itlnr pumps. We nio shoers lor the whole lamlly. PICTORIAL REVIEW Railroad Men B'attlng sing in vicin ity Alleged to Have Caused Disaster. R1 Paso. Tex.. Dec. 28. While rail .oiul wo...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 29 December 1910

"fl W-Ac. :W 'J. vC,v i lliiiii H&idsm im 1 33JX33r33Ct33C8 w tt . NTIFIC FITTING OF Jt- "PS A SPECIALTY. HV I YlFICIAL EYF.S f X INSERTED, ii 1 I 8 9. Win, G. Pfaeffle OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. A CONSULTATION FREE. Office at Pfaeftlo's Jewelry Store. t i I i X ft .w. Vi1 S3 ,ECe&!33!33r fHE MORNING HERALD BY E. W. HARRIS 4. SON. Entered at Ihe postofflco at Qicca- illc. Tex., as second class inall matter Thursday, Dec. 29, 1910. CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Tax Asstabor and Colloetor: JIM UcSl'ADDEN. It. Q TOUJCHf. JOHN II. ULL1S. VlltOlL JOHNSEY. LOUIS MOIlltlS. VJISS1 A. NORTON. k. T. rittElt. MAltVIN S. JONES. CLAUD LONG. ' HUGH HOUN. DAN KOUER'ISOI-'. or nt toast to eep out ot tlio stale wide compnlgti In ion. Ana they will made It plain to him that It ho doesn't do what they ask ho need oxpocl no further help from thorn In 1912, for Inslame, when h will unco moro Ik n candidate for tin senile Tho anti-pronibltmnlsts, headed In Colonel Jake WolUr of S...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 29 December 1910

"I ll.lrl . .)-.! . ,. fix." writes Mn Q UM,cCr Vkvhkh ,cf( " bad "I was unconscious for il,rlS?nycrs- c would liavc fainting spells d ;linLdays' anJ after that I all myStus,Cav,cnrl.rdu,' ' " much better and can do J -11 The W. Oman's Tonic still and X. inn mml .! i ""t,m KCl UUt, -'tSS55ttfai in moderately RoriSj$VtoTe J'u arc keen von in iin inn .S:irr..,oconservcyours,trenniii .. i- vtj ku u nn "titi up-grade instead of the dou n-",i Ji, ". be " "'e arrive at the nprtlt pole ofTrfccl k -K byu you W,U w " uuu,u ai vo"r oruggists' today. ( kw.x jw f E&k GRACE MFBBITT AMr. ..... - AT TUP , u "IMU" IAYLOR IN "THE DLUE MOUSE" AT THE OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT-CURTAIN RISES AT 8 P. M. IBS&qzI&j Your cough -annoys jou Keep on hacking ami tearing tlio delicate membtanos r your throut If jou want to bo nnnoyed Uuf. If you want relief, want to be cure-, tako Chamberlain's Cough Koniedy Sold by McGauchcv Bros. r Signet rings, lockota, necklaces, J.avnllers will mako nno girfs Dr y' De...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 29 December 1910

J"iSS , . (jlKrtfMwj ftft ,.-.'' .-" Wfv . tSjjsh-;c' - 7 rorirTr v f B. 4M BAILED Krat 1 arw Ingi,' VulTsi tSb&k t kfCJ n,"Al ' Here's Your ChanceJ I : T .cITIvV t f ? ? y y y f y "WITHOUT HKSEItVE ALL WOOL DKKSSUS AND COAT SUITS t. v t y y V ! i.V 'W alf-Price To the end Hint nil will be sold by Saturday night we j tnako this ridiculous low price I A I V Remember, nil "Wool Drosses mid Coat Suite for ONE- -nil t ? ? y y y y G HALil"' UlUUliNAIj i'lUCK. J Every Suit, every Dross this senson's best styles 1 strictly new models. COME QUICK AND GET FIKST PICK. mJJSZJ Jr &M"Mw;s- News in brief". : Weather Bureau. " Thursdn) . Unsettled weather, cold a 1 ompeiuiUro )eslerday, minimum 41 degrees, maximum 70 flogreeB. The Southwestern Telegraph and irtrpliono Company report to ittid i.lchi If. Cloudy, no rain, at Wichita )VI Wcntherford, San Antonio, Abl cno. Galncsv 111c, Fort Worth, lnl lln Houston. Cloudy, rain during tin dny nt I'nrls nnd Sherman. nalnlni Hi Wnco. TcMirkann, C...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 30 December 1910

VOLUME XX GREENVILLE. TEXAS. FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 30. J9J0. I i l-M- t t t ? T f -::-:-: p'X::m-xX"X:hmX' I .1. I X I I v Stock ft discing Sale "Our stock of inoicliaiidlso was never better and cleaner but vc have too much In some dupaitments, although our business this sear was far beyond our expectations. It will be to jour nilvntiLiRo to attend this Rte'nt SavIhr Sale, Kooils reiluced In every department. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING REDUCED ONE-THIRD. MEN'S AND BOYS OVERCOATS REDUCED ONE-THIRD. MEN'S AND BOYS' PANTS REDUCED ONE-FOURTH. 1MB Iteiluctlon on Men's. Women's and Children's Shoes Mb Hcdtictloii In Slilrts, Underwear, U.its, Dry Hoods, No tlons, Mllllneiy, Ladles' lleady-toWoar, l'urs, Comforts, and Ulnnhets. rJLa-i mMiMMmik A& ? JUSESSIMEi J Jf mwm&K . ll mwssssssssr G.E. WIEflDJICCEPTSPLACE WAS APPOINTED ASSISTANT AT TORNEY GENERAL YESTERDAY John L. Terrell, of Dallas, Was Also Appointed to Similar Position. C. K. .Mead returned last ntptit fiom Austin, where ...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 30 December 1910

assi P$S Ms w '" i-a ..- ' & "f.C-'i a, i r iw JmH- I H ft rirrr!-cc-.rrr.rr3 ,'W I ing or Just otter tlio meal londs to loan, rheumatic men and shriveled, yellow women. Thero la a very closo rotation be tween food and Rood citUcnshlp. hen nny people eats lis food In Nhanly, Bttracllrc surronntlltw thero iENTIFIC FITTING OF tiii I is a notlconblo tendency toward moral .A88E8 A SPECIALTY, ii betterment It the tramp forsnko , 3! v? i ho "blind tlRora" and mo-cent res W 13 tnurnntR and bocome the patron ot the whlto lunch places which nro becom ing o common In our cities, and he 1 ARTIFICIAL EYES INSERTED. C3 practically certain to travel .far on Saline Wm. G. Pfaeffle fi I TOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN our 0 a. m. to 5 p. m. I & ONSULTATION FREE. I f Office at faeftle'a Jewelry store. 33CS33CEGCttC&33f$ 10RNING HEKALD E. W. HARRIS &. SON. fjTa postoffico at Oreon-cond-class mall matter. Dec. 30. 1910. ,pUNCEMENTS. k4 and Collector: VCIIT LIS. N'SEY. US. OHTOK. I. JONES. NO. I...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 30 December 1910

P: Women's Secrets Tiers li one man in the United States nho liai perhaps heard nore women's secret than any other mm or woman in the aountry. these c"U are not secrets of guilt or shame, hut "it!" i """"' '"" ,"" "e li, v. i iotco in mo nupc gnu cxpcciauon ol advice and helo. pectation l proved by (lie fact that ninely.eiht per cent ol all women treated by Dr. I'icrco have been absolutely and altogether cured. Such a record would be remarkable if the iijii .... .. ...v.v ....... w,. .,. c..c, ,.... "' "u ....ecu y iiunureds only. Ilt icn (hat record applies to (he treatment of mi,. i.- i..u . .n lion worn", in practice of o.ttffl ,r,, it f, pbenomcnal, ' and en illc Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women a. the specialists in the treatment nf somen's dilates ' "ie livery sick woman may consult Dr Pierce hv !,,,, l.i . , . charge. All replies are mailed, Aj , ""(cc.-v n I ,,.lUl'1' "' D"! any priming or advcrti.im! v,l,,lc. ... r . , , ,, m wJX ,', , " T "'"'.7' DIl. PIER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 30 December 1910

SfW8s9 ? - J. , t if ' JMK SHJi &frv'5J ""fv 8 - I Si olUr 4 A ? Jt ,'iy lit -fop. ..V"" -...'.' uures P?i ten gic.1" of mere irO al) . Ill' ' 'uaye ilns ti.et te the grct the food aura fully pr-iaring ifties, where t it and rrab to (reqnenllr ser W of incklnc more attractl i aced before q hword. Tht g meali is lr ame plane e i Joedlng iho V. The 1: 'llv Urltfatl m Ing or, Just after iemit ruciiuinuc ye) voinon, Here's Your "WITHOUT RESBKVE ALL SUITS Lalf - To the end that all will mnlso this ridiculous low price. f rlcii jr & l $ Remember, all Wool Drosses nnd Cont Suits for ONE- ! "IIALP ORIGINAL l'RICE. Every Suit, every Dress t stnctlv new models. : COME QUICK AND 5 COM )P,AcNY 0& - ?J Q The Finest Line of I Imported Ohinawar j that has ever been shown in the city. Now is the time to buy, while stock is complete. at OS'S ftftftft ftftftft ftftft ajj;m;;;jj;;m;m;..;m;.;.;1Jm Blank Books For the new jear you will need some new Hiank IiooliB, Wo have them In all sUes an...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 2 October 1918

M? reotnilte VOL. NO. 28. GREENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, 1918. FiTv.vcswiw.. NO. 27. l. Xltflu AMERICAN FORCES IN MIGHTY DRIVE PUSHING H N HORDES STEADILY DA BRITISH AND BELGIANS WIN A DECISIVE BATTLE v. :? Although Berlin Claims the Americans Have Been Beaten, Everythings Points to Truth That Germany Is Growing Weaker at Every Point. Germany Prepares For Evacuation of Belgium; Archives Packed Ready to Go With the American Army Northwest of Verdnn, Oct. 1. The American -troops today made an advance on their extreme left alone the edge ofthe Ar tgonne Forest. Strenuous fighting took place around Clerges, near the center of the line. Although it is apparent the Germans ere desperately trjlng to keep the Americans back asfar as. possible from the Kriemhllde. line on the front from the Argonne to the Moselle, evl- , dence accumulated today that the en Semy was weakening, notwithstanding the fury of his general resistance. Fires behind the German line are taken as an indication th...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 2 October 1918

PAGE TWO THE, MORNING "HERALD, GREENVILLE, TEXAS. Wednesday, October 2, 1918. KSKSKKffiffiKKffiKififfiifiKKKffiSSHiHiffiKSK Hi Hi ffi K ifi S K ffi S K K S K W K ffi ffi K Ifi !fi Hi W Hi Hi Hi K Hi Hi Hi Hi K Hi Hi Hi Hi W Hi Hi 1 BUY EARLY DON'T WAIT IP YOU NEED MERCHANDISE! YOU WILL .FIND THE BEST VALUES NOW AND BIG STOCKS, TOO Children's , Serge Dresses" Navy Blue and Midnight shades, both Frencli and Storm Serge; contrasting collars, with lots of buttons, sport pockets and touches of all colors; ages 10 to 14 years $4.95 $6.45 $7.45 12.45 Junior Silk Dresses AVe have just received. a big shipment of beautifuf Taf feta and Serge Dresses -? -511.85 $14.85 -to $19.75 Two Hundred New and Stylish Coat Suits A great collection of distinct and individual Coat Suits gleaned from the stocks of the foremost ladies' tailors $2175, $27.50, $29.75, $34.50, $37.50, $44.50 and. $59.50 New Jersey Dresses Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi 'Hi Hi .Hi ' Hi fi.ffiffiffiffiffilKffiffi'fiffiffiHif...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 2 October 1918

Wednesday, OcfoEer 2, 1918. THE HORNING HERALD,, GREENVILLE, TEXAS. PAGE-THREE ; ? vs ueueiiuauie New Fall Suits . This is a poor time to speculate in your clothes there is a real wool shortage and prices are 'way up. The hest clothes-buying rule' these days -is to go to a RELIABLE store and pay your money for articles of real merit. These Fall Suits of ours are GOOD Suits Suits that you can depend on. And they're worth every penny of their prices; ten years of success is back of these promises. Your New Fall Suit couldn't come from a better place. IsJhsMsr.c O iwwrerearKry: "The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes" Some Interesting History We Should Not Forget By 3. Q. Evans. RAGS BRING YOUR RAGS TO THE HERALD MUST BE CLEAN AND SOFT CAN'T USE OTHERS 1;- -r'ijJ i9v -HfSlCT COLLEGE grounds, in addition to the dormito ries, and all are filled with men "who are alixiousto form itie unit for the collofee irt the Governraent"servIce. Lieutenant CampJaisb lias'c'harge of ' man race...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 2 October 1918

' $lttl!3tTfe THE rcOMmTGBERAib, GREENVILli, TEXAS. Wednesday, October 2, T&li. XXXXK3fc - - -. " I P VET 4P the with are You Fight-Fight H TIGHT as these American soldiers fought in 4- streets of Fismes. "They covered themselves ' glryV" the papers say. Of course they did they Americans. They met the finest of the enemy's troops in a ter rific hand-to-hand struggle. They used their guns : their bayonetST-their bare fists. Every American soldier went after his 'man desperately, fearlessly, persistently, with one great driving purpose to whip that Prussian Guard, to silence its machine guns 'to win ! It's a pretty good way to fight' this American way. It wins bkttles over there, it will .win a splendid victory over here if wq fight when we fight if we buy . Liberty Bonds to our utmost. DAY POSTPONED! NOV. 2 HAS BEEN SET ASIDE BY THE STATE FlflE MARSHAL TO BE OBSERVED. When you fight fight! When you buy buy! Lend the way they fight-Buy Bpnds to your utmost 2 This Spate Contributed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 2 October 1918

S Z?-vr jrS"' Wednesday, October 2, 1918. THE MORNING-HERALD, GREENVILLE, TEXAS. PAGE FIVE ii Two Days lfeBiliKW Today. Tomorrow Adolph. Zubor r.'r BLSIE PBBGttSOtf ..9. t 5t r( . -m T. . X V'Urtl. . ,-, llH Ktui i ot cue wilu. An ABTCBAFT Picture "If you step out of that door," she told the man she loved, ' 'I will shoot ! " He loved her more than .life, but he loved honor even more. He started toward the -'door. She fired! Tomorrow "Baby" Marie Osborne in "A DAUGHTER OF THE WEST" and "Sleuths" a Sennett Comedy ' J EVELYN NESfilT AT COLONIAL TODAY I man of wealth and social standing, only tolerated by his wife for the sake jot their two. children, has been con jcerned in her past life when she, had been a professional dancer. Recog Inizing her on the street, Jie makes every effort to influence her again. On EVELYN NESBIT THAW AND HER one occasion she has him arrested for SON, RUSSELL, APPEAR IN JinsulUng her, but is persuaded to drop "REDEMPTION." (the case. A. reporter takes up th...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 2 October 1918

PAGS SIX THE MORNING HERALD, GREENVILLE, TEXAS. Wednesday, Ocfofier 2, 1918. .v Exclusive Fall And Winter Suits Fashion's newest models, many richly trimmed with fur. Suits of the "different" type, including one-of-a-kind styles only. "" Why wait till the Government places a tax on these gar ments; then pay 10 per cent and prohably 20 per cent more? Suits of French Velour, Poiret Twill, Velour de Laine, etc., in popular sizes; priced at $34.50 to $62.50 Fashion and Thrift have joined hands in our Suit Depart ment. This you will realize when you s'ee our Serge, Ox ford and Gaberdine Suits selling as low as $19.50 to $32.50 'A We Urge That You Make Early Choice Tomorrow Won't Be a Minute Too Soon! X WITH OUR SOLDIER BOYS Here From Cam? Travis. Jack Hall of Camp "Travis 13 visit ing relatives and friends in the city for a few days. On o Dttlin Greenville Boys Promoted Fast Reports reaching this city are to the effect that Harrison C .Lcdford has been made a sergeant, and Bert Kie- NICH...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 13 November 1918

Wt rciuwillc iUm-niim mttm ..-flfCf-s1" VOL. NO. 28. GREENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 1918. No. 64. H$ German War Machine Further Shorn of Power by Armistice Changes WasMngton, Nov. 12. Many sweeping changes have been made in 18 of the 35 armistice terms as originally accepted by i Germany. These changes were made public tonight by the State Department. One of them is the demand of the allies and the United States for all of the German submarines, in stead of only the 160 mentioned in the original terms. Other changes are merely modifications of the original draft, such as, for instance: The number of motor lorries demanded by the allies is now,fljced at 5,000, instead of the original 10,000. It is presumed the changes were made at a meeting of the' Ger- man emissaries with Marshal Foch. Some of the modifications are calculated to make the terms more severe than those which were read to Congress by President Wilson yesterday, while others are rendered more lenient. However, le...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 13 November 1918

1 tw J-(t!J VV$feVii rv. PAGE TWO THE MORNING HERALD, GREENVILLE, TEXAS I - ':' V " ( . r -Lir-- spj v JlfilSL.. e?3 '- 1 .T ?.l it . Hi) l4(ll Hlil$ 'tt-O'i' JW $ u Smart MILLINERY Attractively Priced A smart line of Sailors and Straw Hats, black and colors ! $3.95 and $4.95 All The New Veils j Appropriate for wear with these good-looking Hats 50c to $1.50 Infants Silk Caps Eig assortment Infants' Silk Caps; neatly trimmed with dainty lace, ruffles and rosettes; priced at 50c to $1.50 NEWS IN BRIEF . A Baby Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Lster Yoe are tile happy parents of a pretty baby girl born at 10:25 last night and -weighing nine ponds. Is Reposed as Sick. .Mrs. John Lawless is reported as quite III from influenza. Commerce Mam Here; Date Young of Commerce, was the city jesterday on business. in Visiting His Sister. O. Thompson, of Sherman, is Us l:ing his sister. Mrs, B. Q. Eans. , J Visiting in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sellers left es- teiday for a visit to Dallas friends. Reported as...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 13 November 1918

-Wednesday, Nov. 13. 191 a THE MORNING HERALD, GREENVILLE, TEXAS. PXQE THEEB, 39 II x. :..:.-.:.r.: .y. r; : . .. 1), I SALE! mL m j JkjLrmL m JL i! SALE! (i I ALL -SILK CREPE DE - jfigjBL lk A 1 ' jf A, v MULM THE BEST OuAUfv h -GHrNi" MffiVr 4ErcVMA9i iH li BNBkKnlv PWLB georgette J . In all the wanted shades 'W'BiBF T jjjfj B"W1F 'wl "W$FwBk HI offered at a price far be- W flf v' mEHM aw!? fl sPl 1 B i m'ifH P H 1 11 low today's wholesale K WH ft Hf' Sf w ff !mE 1 H K. mjJB M ipj value. Don' i. miss the op- ."J V f If 4T ' " IJMfcW Wr T 1 mBt '1 r long time before you can wP 1- v C Ct "' 0 buy it again at this price. In practically all th.2 want ed shades, at a real bar gain price. The actual present day value of the Georgette is $2.25 the yard don't miss the oppostu-nity! Right When You Least Expected It Gomps This Tremendous Sale of Suits Dresses and Coats ,j53 If iOffering- the Greatest Valises of the Season in New and Stylish Apparel t t. Every price quoted in this page ad is...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 13 November 1918

i;yw-jaKJ83Ewatiiwii" 0maaes&&&mt&Z!Z f- . .Wednesday, Nov. 13," . 1918- PACE FOUR ;THE MORNING HERALD, GREENVILLE; TEXAS. fcjswi - r - . ' 1 r- Do you need a fall Overcoat? -If you do,; Here's a good one good in style, but moire im portant . g o o d in in quality. HART SCHAFFNER s m -Made it; all wool and carefully tailored; in all the new colorings. It's a military style; one of many smart ..models. Chesterfields, Box Coats, Slip-Ons whatever, --y o u "like best. i , .. Ccpyrist 191S II jt EciaHaer Hast mmm CAISER'S ffllSH? y. CRYSTAL OFFERS PRIZE TO ONE SUGGESTING AIOStJfITTING PUNISHMENT.V ,,' Now that fcaiserism has-been over whelmed by the forces ofi democracy, the mighty German war machine lorn to biU ami. in wild fllght.'-'the world conquest dream shattered and William ' Hohenzolleni himself, the ex-kaiser, under the allies" surveillance in "Hol land and who, to all intents,. will soon be delivered into the hands of Foch, iv.'fca' shall lip tho kaiser's 'fini...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 13 November 1918

" .-jr Wednesday, Nov. 13, 1918. THE MORNING HERALD, GREENVILLE, TEXAS. PAGE FIVE New Thrill Recorded in "A Soul for Sale" COLONIAL Today-Tomorrow Some Show Regular Prices Two More Days Two More Days Actor in Spirit of Bravado Brings Racing: Car to Stop on Brink of Precipice Dorothy Phillips' Life in Danger Old Sport Thought to Show Girl That He Was a Brave Man by Tins Stunt. t&IEMIIil ' ut) 1 1 1 1 SlFH y ill M I lIS -intiPP' Take a Milk Bath For Beauty's Sake and Win a Whole Regiment of Soldiers IN. "Johanna Enlists" X Also a Clever Christie Comedy tomorrow Mack Sennett's Bathing Beauties AND Mrs. Vernon Castle in "The Girl from Bohemia'' Frequently a fellow imagines he's a brave man when he's merely (oolish. Once not many years ago a young chap crawled along the entire front of a New York skyscraper on a 3-inch ledge bordering the ISt'i floor; he wanted to show his sweetheart how her and s.he quite candidly inform." him that when she marries she will marry a real man. Then it...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 13 November 1918

r s TjLGESn t w; r THE MORNING HSSALD, GREENVILLE, TEXAS -WeHries'day, Nov. 13, 1918, 'Jfsi y : j. : :: .4.. 4. , j " f Interest To TIMtlASTN'GHTi OF COUNIY OEAO V PP ND ROSY II Iffl Every Woman Buying j3J8 , .- 1 Pi I? Si HI r. m in j ho Contemplates "Something to Wear" WoTssnt3rslpiaiKUiniodcs, , jusj; delightful, just as fiesU aud original as those offeredat the beginning of tile Tell cecson. If you i"an a Suit, Coat, Dress or Hat, pay us a visit this week aud v lect from the many charming styles we are allowing-. Special attention is called to our Ladies' and Misses' Coats jWpjy "iavc j ist arrived, featuring fur- and self-trimmed modelc, developed in Broadcloth, Velour, Plush, Kersey, Bolivia. Drvot de Laine andvother materials. Full back and nev- ;sl belted models; priced at- $14 ti NO COMPARATIVE PRICES mw ill wBmb ulW : V . W 1 ' I lis III J V in III' ill1 THE CVrSw'ii' ' ' " III VJ-.VUMJ l DIFFERENT ' -. .... Jill $62i2 Skirts Find Many Uses Nowdays A sepaTVs "Skirt is a mo...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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