The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 95, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 4, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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GREENVILLE TEXAS TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 4. 1910
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TjAdiks' dresses -
ALL LADIES' SUITS-ONE-HALF OPP PLAIN
ALL LADIES' COATS-ONE-THIRD OFF PLAIN
SILK KIMONAS-ONE-FOURT1I OFF PLAIN
ALL.. FLANNELETTE.. KIMONAS-ONE-FOURTII
OFF PLAIN FIGURE MARK.
DIG CUT ON ALL MEN'S ROYS AND CHIL-
DREN'S SUITS OVERCOATS AND SHOES.
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money SAVED 1
There is a Best Time to
Wo have (.ecttred tho exclusive agency for the rarrous lino
of "WALK OVER" SHOES for Greenville and In order to make
loom for tho complete stock of "WALK OVER" SHOES which
will airlvo next month wo will at onco put. on sale every man's
and hoy's Shoe In the lionise at cost. Every Shoe goes Into
thla Sale nothing u-served. Wo will alto Include In this
Cleaianco Sa'o our entire line of
Manhattan Shirts at 25 per cent Off
Paragon Trousers at 25 per cent Off
Men's ond Boys' Winter Under-
wear at 25 per cent off
And'ln fact all seasonablo goods throughout tho house will be
offered it prlcee cnt so low they will sell at once
CALL EARLY WHILE THE LINE OF SIZES 18 COMPLETE.
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A Complete Line Of
LADIES' CLOTH TOP
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SIlpES AND PUMPS IN
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"studios convenient to. tho publhj
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PATENT AND SUEDE
:S ON7 ALL
I Inn A
EXECUTHD A FRANCHISE
AND TELEPHONE COMPANY.
Have Over 7D0 Subscribers Green-
ville Ib Seventh Exchange on
The Southwestern Telegraph and
Telephone Company osto"rdny exc
cuted their frnnchlso agreement with
the city giving In the nun-bor of C01
telephones. This how over does not
Include tholr local service In tho
country surrounding which when In-
cluded gives them n total of over 7E0
telephone Biibsrlbors. This Is a very
considerable sain over the past jcar.
Thoy havo In tho operate o depart-
ment fourteen joung ladles who with
their chief supervisor tconiprlso an
operating force that It would bo hard
to surpass In the oxcellenco of their
Because at frequent Intervals It Is
necessary to employ now operators
and becnuso It takes many moutliB
for them to learn all tho numbers of
our subscribers patrons will find that
their local calls will bo completed
quickly and mora accurately by look-
ing up all numbers In the latest dlicc-
tory of the company
If a call Is passed to a now operator
by name she Is obliged to look up tho
number which dolas not only our
call but calls of many uther patrons.
Our city can well bo proud from a
commercial standpoint as Jt Is the
seventh largest exchange In tho
amount of long distance business
done. Forty-two toll llnosenter tho
Greenville exchange practically all
points large and small In this country.
As n whole the Oreenvlllo exchange Is
ta an excellent condition. W. T. Win-
chester tho new manager of the com-
mercial department here Is a pleasant
and courteous gentleman and will bo
popular as he Is better known. Ho
Is endeavoring to glo tho very best
senico to tho patrons of the oxchnngo
and has brought his family hero to be-
come a part of tho citizenship of the
city. They are welcomo as residents
Best of the Season at Lyric
llae lleenes the Blnglo act at the
Lyric Is by far tho best of thu sea-
son. His singing and talking are In
n class b) themsohes. Ills work call-
ed for repeated encores. Thu vaude-
ville artlBts Martinez and Jefferson
who bill their act as n lilt of Non-
sense are a pair of real comedians.
Their net opens with a lino of good
clean Jokes that gives J oil just a
g'lmpso of what is jot to come. Tho
coon song of "Ephrlan Urown" by
M'ss Jefferson Is a scream . Tho vio-
lin selection "Wild Cherries" by
Mr. Martinez shows him to bo an
artist ofAiblllty. Their closing dla-
logue and song is of their own crea
lions and must be seen to bo appre-
ciated. 'Don't miss tho I.jrlc today
or tomorrow If jou want to see tho
best bill of tho season.
Will Not Be a Candidate.
Mr J. W. Mitchell of Qululnn was
lu tho city yesterday and stated to
a Herald reporter that while ho at
ono tliro intended to make the race1
for county treasurer ie (had nowjtakon interest In his candidacy Mr.
definitely determined not to becomo Briscoe is n rran of sterling character
n candidate. Ho fully appreciates tho and many will regret that ho Is out of
offer of support by his friends but tho race. IIo appreciates this kind
does not feel warranted In offorlng for
Election of Officers.
Painters Union ?Io. GIG met Satur-
day night and elected and Installed
tho following officers; K O. Kenning
ham president; C. S. Uurusldo vice
president; G. A Wilson recorder and
financial secretary; H r. Murnhy
rcasurer; C. W Huffman conductor;
T O. Downing warden W. E. Brad-
Icy Will N Horn T. Frank Downing
Secured An Acquittal.
Hon J T. Jones returned on Sun
day flora Tom Green county where
he was engaged In tho defense of W
D. Knowles of AlaskA. Mr Jones so
cured the acquittal of his client who
accompanied Ii'm this far on his way
noma. Mr. Jones is very much olated
over tho result of tho trial U9 It
was a a most unusual and complicated
To carpenters of I-ocal ' No. 35C
owing to conditions of weather the
carpenters have decided to postpone
their supper till furtLT notice. Com-
mittee W. n. Butler W. J. Hamilton
I A. Orten Elwood Simons Ardls
Regular meeting tonight. Impor-
tant business and smoker. Tbeo.
Heyck Jr. K. It.
Signs of the Tlmts Past Present aid
It has been said that thu future
could be partially told by past and
present . In tho past people of Green
vllle and Hunt county traded for furnl
turn vnnai anywhere until nenrlv a
fear ago. At the present they are
j( trading where they Dud prices and
V quality combined to meet their needs.
( In the future the); will continue to !o
this niltA a mirr-iutr linvn ItAAn Irnd.
lug here Will you not join the wide-
awake number of buyers?
U S UHANULEU
The JfurnHure IaE
Hay-'your V D. A dues to
lJV"ccllI JT'uk stor.
Has Now a Good Position With the
Saints Fe Road
Mrs C C. Carlisle has received
tiont thnl linr unn. f.hfirlnv llrlftcne.
j has received an honorabto discharge
from the Navy. Ho was stationed nt
ban Francisco at tno itcsiuio nnu
had a perfect record from start to
finish Ho Is oxpectcd homo soon on
Charley now has ft good position
with Uio Snnta To road at Hanford
a new town of 8000 population In
Callfla Ho was In 1003-1 on of
the carriers on tho nreenvlllo Herald.
Ills friends will be glad to hear of hl3
THROWN FROM A TRAIN
E. LEE NIGHT YARD OPERATOR
A Train Hand Cut His Coat With a
Knife a'ld Threw Him Oh
At midnight last night K. Lee
third trick opeTator at tho West
Katy Yards lumped on tho cabooso
of a southbound freight to rldo out to
the office. A brnkeman ordered l.co
to get olT Iee replied "I will when
wo got to the office." The hrnkomnn
then struck at Leo with a Knlfocut
ting through hs overcoat coat and
vest but did not reach his body. Tho
brakemnn then kicked Lee off niid ho
roll across a switch which disabled
him. Later a switch engino coming
along brought him to tho depot whoro
medical aid was BUinmoned. Mr. Leo
was bruised on tho head nnd body
but Just how badly could not ho do-
elded at tho time.
Remains of William Kavanaugh Laid
to Rest in East Mount.
The corpse of William Kavanaugh
whoso death nt Fort Worth was noted
In the Herald Sunday morning arrived
hoio at noon on Sunday and was
taken to tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs.
JameB Clark on West Spencer street
Ills four children arrived her from
Corslcnna Sunday night.
Tho funeral services wero conduct-
ed nt 10;30 yestorday morning by
Father llaasl and tho burial was In
ICast Mount cemetery besldo his wire.
Tho children have tho loving sym-
pathy of many friends In tholr or-
phanage Mr. Brltcoe Withdraws.
Ishuni W. llrlscoo withdraws from
the race for county clerk. A position
waB offend him by J. M. Hoyklu nnd
ho felt that it would bo to his interest
lo accept tho posit'on which is a very
satisfactory ono an dthercforo with
dinws from tho race.
He wluhcs lo
thank every one who has In any way
feeling toward him very much
There will he a special communica-
tion of Greenville Lodge No. 335 A.
P. and A. M. at 7:30 tonight. All mem-
bers aro urged to bo prosent.
J. II FRENCH. W. M.
JIM ELLIS See.
Give Your Boy a New Years "resent
of a savings nccount of his own then
teach him how to build a "BANK
CREDIT" for future uso.
The amount of thu account at the
start Is of minor Importance. Placing
him lu tho way of learning practical
business methods tho value of thrift
cconumv and tho accumulat'on of
smull sums Is what counts.
A growing bank account Is recog'
nlzed by business men us n recominen
datlon they realize the fact that It
makes for sobriety conservatism nnd
a bottor broader citizenship.
Start YOUU boy right come In
NOW and open an account for blm.
glvo him tho bank book as a Now
Years pieeeut. Seo our A per cent
saving ad In this taper in which vvo
giro away J2M.0O.
GRKENVILLE NAT. EX. HANK
Tho Largest Bauk In Hunt Co
Found at 8lnar Office
A. Pico Xinas present for your wife
mother or sister. A nice B-drawer drop
head nxichlno from 120 00 io IC5.00.
your credit Is good
BINdER 8 M. CO.
II. Huylo Mgr
Chandler Is Moving.
Moving his goods out of his store
Into trains wagons buggies and
houses of this and other counties
Call und seo for )ouiself.
All kinds of bargains. Carry now
furniture will exchange for your sec-
ond hand goods Every Monday and
nmurdav sneclal days to farmers. U.
All coal and box wood beaters at
greatly reduced prices at Chandler"
to make room
Pay iour ViB. A duo to T .
ijlg at cornrdfU3 torA
THE FUJI SISTERS
MEETING AT THE K OF P. HALL
Dtret Deputyl Qrand Chf starlcd
Organization of a Temple
Tho Knights of 1'jthlas held opou
house nt their Castlu Hall Inst night
nnd cntcitalncd their friends nnd tho
ladles of their families. The object
of tho meeting was to have a social
oonlng and start tho organization of
a templo of the Pythian Sisters for
which purpose Mrs. J. L. Colo District
Deput Grand Chief of tho l'jthlnn
Slslors was hole. Chancollor Com
mander Geoigo Davidson called tho
nioetlng to order and after explaining
thnl thu program would bo short on
account of tho unaoldablo nbsenco of
Bome of thu speakers -ftsked Ilov. C.
I'ugsley to iruko a talk on "l'jthlan-
Ism." Uov. I'ugsloj's talk was very
Interesting us ho told of tho thlngB
forMvhlch "l'ythlnnlsm" stood and the
many things It did to help tho helpless
nnd mako this world better.
Hov. W H. Graham was ncked to
inako a talk on "Tuo Good of tho
Order" and nfter giving n sketch of
tho organization of tho Knights of
I'ythlns Just nflor tho closo of the
war between the states nnd what It
had accomplished toward uniting tho
different sections In Ono bond
of friendship he told of tho efforts
m.ido to relieve tho distress of tho
helpless nnd thu widows nnd orphans
of Its members.
Deputy District Grand Chief Mrs
J. L. Cole wbb then Introduced by
Chancellor DavldBon who explained
Hint tho iiMictlng was for the purpose
of organizing a temple of tho I'ythiau
Sisters Mrs. Colo explained the ob
Jects of tho Sisters nnd tho steps nec-
essary for organizing a Templo Al-
ter her talk shu asked lor signatures
to tho applications for a charter nnd
thlrt)-ne were secured. Tho charter
will arrlvo In about two weeks and
then the organization will ho com-
pleted and the officers of tho Templo
There was then n lecturo by Itov.
Graham on the story of Damon and
I'ythlns upon which tho onlor Is
founded n utcrenptlcau was tisoil to
Illustrate! tho Btory. Adjournment was
then taken to thu llooster Club rooms
where rofreshuieuts had been pre
pared and were survod lo tho guests.
lu tho front room was a laigo howl
'or delicious fiult punch which Misses
Wllliu I.asatcr and Jewel Young
served to tho guests. In the Audito-
rium tables had been phiccd nud nflor
an invocation by Itov. (Pugsloy thu
guosts weru served with nil kinds of
good tilings An orchestra furnished
music during thu entire evening. It
wus nn occasion which all enJoed to
utmost everybody had a good time.
The Sir Knights certainly know how
lo mnko an affair enjujnhlo.
Lecture at Pompey
Secretary Hrlclison of tho llooster
Club will lecture nt Pompey school
house at 7 o'clock next Saturday even-
ing on the needs of agriculture fin
will also lake tho opportunity to be-
come acquainted out thorn. Prof. J.
A. Thon'os will also bo prevent nnd
speak. The management hopo there
will he n large attendance of town
people as well as the farmers
One fourth off for cash on suites
thlo boards buffets and stoves It. 1'
Jones EaBt Lee street.
Pay jour U II. A. dues to T.
Flalg at corner drug store.
ring. Cod Fish and
erel. C. E. BiNKLE
The Pur Food Qrocr.
Beall Uldg. S. H lone wail 0lreL
Old Fhonti 188. New Phon .
Uko our No. 4 Coffee always glvo ono a keen ap-
petite. NUMDER 4 Coffeo makes tho whole incut
enjoyable Try It only 2n pound TiVone 2'1 B"d
we'll send ou somu
J. O. Hayter & Son.
tayjtfS3HtiBirtSSagfe---' ." jt ZZ
LON DRAPER 18 SAFE.
Parents Received a Letter From.X
Mr aint Mrs. I. II. Drapor received
)cstoiday a. lotler from tholr son Lou
written Dec 23rd from El Top.is.lo
Nicaragua which brought tho welcome
news of his safety. Lon uhd four oth-
er forolgnors wore between tho lines
lor more than t month. Ho writes.
"Tho mines hayo been shut down
nbout to dajs. Wo havo spent most
of tho time plnylng host lo the Nicarn-
Rtinn nrmy the number of our guests
arylng fton-i flto to nrty officers nt it
tlmo. Homo wore very lino fellows.
Wo also had some of thu Revolution -
nrlcs under General Malutty.
"I havu read tho nccount or Groco
and Cannon's deaths ami subsequent
results namoly the renunciation of
tl)o presidency by Zeli)n. tlroco had
worked for us heio nt tho mines. 1
did not know Cannon." Hn writes
that they expect to hae a merry
OlnVUmna by reading two mouths
Tho nuwa of 1-on Draper's Bafety Is
welcomo to his relatives nnd innuj
THC 80NQ SERVICE.
Was Larooly Attended at Kavanauflh
Church Sunday Night.
A crowded auditorium greeted tho
song senico at Kavanaugh church
Suudii) night. Tho program wan giv-
en us published In tho Herald Sunday
morning Miss Klrtlny haud'ed tho or-
gan with her usual skill and grace
Tho singing wns splendid every
pleio showing catefut practice The
BoloIatB were Mra. Will I' IIcovob.
Misses Porrymnu Ficeni.ni uiul I'ayno '
and imch showed herself n vocnllBl ol
raro meitl. Tho two selections by
thu mnlu qlfartctto conslHllug ol
Messis Morris Jones Hcuiien and
llnnell wom effectively Bang n ai
tho duet by MIbb Pleoiniii and Mr.
Ilni roll The entire program was a
delight to those who heard it.
A POULTRY SHOW.
Meeting of the Association Held Yes-
A meeting or tho North ToxnB Poul-
try Ilretdors Association was held
osturilny evening lu the llnoster Club
Arrangements wore nadu fni it big
Poultry Show' to he held hero on
I'ebrunry I and S and In a short tlmo
$)0 In special prlres wero subscribed
Am lu addition to this thu nsnocln
lion will glvo 00 per cent of the entry
fen for tho llrt and -10 per cent for
The kIiow will ho Judged by com
pailson nud a very largo show la ex-
pected. 'Send lo ll. E Spnullllig Bee
rotary fur n catalogue which will bo
M'lit nt once.
Foreign Mission Society.
Tho KnvniiauRh Foreign Mission Bo-
cloty met juBterdny nfiornoon with
Mra A. M. Worsham on South Wes-
ley street. Tho devotional exercises
wero led by Mrs U T. Kennedy.
Mih Murff ioiiiI u paper on tho mis-
b!oii In China and Mrs I'ugsley gave
a loiidlng. Ilefreshii n'lits weio served
of gidiilliiu with whipped cream and
Dr. D. It Waddle
ei - iiosu nnd Uirc.it
Oiorn House block.
Pay your U II. A dues to T. I
I'lalg nt tornor drug itoro.
Of courBo you want to and
you can not find nn hotter
J; way of starting It right and keyp Y
tf It going right all tho year than fy
X by buying all your Drug Store t
k wants trom us. Our stock Is X
! very rompleto You can most '
f: Perkins Pharmacy
t FINE CANDY. HOT BODA. X
f Fish and
X Fresh Daily
I W. H. Wilkins Market
OF GOOD COFFEE
y always find just wnnt you wum yij.
X here Our prices ure no higher rf
J thHii ulBowhero Wo troat you X X
nice and wo appreciate jour jT. ft
? natronaug. Y v
Cleanngf Sale of Women's and
Startling Price Reduc-
This Is n isle tht will hao no equal prices havo been
made on these hsedsame garmcnU that 'positively cannot bo
aiatchod If ou will remombcr most every garmout now In our
stock was bought nt special prices lato In the tall thoy were;
duplicates of tho early fttjl sljlcs and are acknowledged as
tho drosBlest nnd most perfect things shown anywhere Now
This Great Half-Price Sale.
Unnblliig jou to get theao nnn-o perfect fitting exclusive
styles at Just half those ext.cmely low prices. Kvcry garment
Ib perfect In stylu nnd ovory ono worth more than double
what wo aro asklug These tailored suits como In tho very
newest weaves long coals beautifully lined with tho satin
boiuh trimmed with tho buttons others wllb fancy braid In
rich shades of old rose brown ton green black bluo etc
tho sMrts nro plaited and tucked neat walk'ng lengths and
tho regular prices weio (E 84 to 121 10. now they go at oi-
actly half price $2.02 to $12.23
Handsome onoplcco drosses and wraps entire lino now nt
half tho dresses como In rich shades nowost styles the coatn
nro long and perfect lu 'Btyles tho prices on these ranged
from I4.IM to $24.60. now they are half S2.-17 to $12.25
Balance of our furs are uow marked nt.... . hatf'prlco
Dainty undcrnuitllua rich dross Ktrts and waists nro all
markod nt a saving of 33 3 Per Cent Off
Infants' wrnpa of all kinds: In the white nnd colors now
l . 33 1-3 Per Cent Off
IJxtrn special In nil IlneB of notions novelties etc u saving
f 25 PC cent on nil wlnler underwear. You will need these
giirnionls for many months ct su tnkn advantage of these low
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WE ARE OFFERING
At 33 1-3 Per Cent Reduction From
ALL QOOD PATTERNS THIS SEASON'S QOOD8 AND ALL
NEW 8TYLE AND WEAVE.
Boys' Suits at Big Reductions.
Headquarters For Shoes For the Whole
OUTFITTERS TOR MEN
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JANUARY Sth THEY WILL GIVE THE
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Old Phono 140
Old Phone 192
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OUR ENTIRE OTOCK OF
WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
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New Phone 204
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