The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 120, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 2, 1910 Page: 2 of 4
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?WF Norman & Sons 3
BOTH PH0NE8 03.
M-H-H- H-f-H-H' M-M-H
THE MORNING HERALD
By E. W. HARRIS & 80N.
Colored fit thfl ftnstnfftrrt nt rirnnn
rllle Tex as socond-class mull mattor
Wednesday Feb. 2 1910.
(Continued From KlrBt Pago.)
Dilation that tho now olecttio light
plant will bo nblo to caro for om-
lialt this ralo out of tho rotcnue 1
tho plant tho llrst yoar boBldos taking
caro of tho bonds Issued osuec'nlly
for Its construction.
Bonded Tax For School Bulldligs.
Your attention U cnllotl to tho fact
thnt Inu. cents of the 2o n nla. Ir tin.
Ing paid for school house purpose?
and this added to tho school tax of
1C conts mnKcs n total of 6GV4 cents
of tax lolcd and patd for school purposes.
Tax For Which no Permanent Show
ing It Made.
General Indebtedness Bonds. 0125
School Houso Hands 1S85 024n
Water Works Honds 18SD Hfd. .OJIu
If It Is estimated that tho nreseut
light plant lias boon constructed nnd
paid out of subsequent monies which
havo been transferred from tlmo to
tlmo to tho light plant nnd borrowed
for Its subsequent construction thoro
may bo added to tho aboo total tax
of .0905 tho rate of .0182 for tho o d
electric light bonds making a total
of J0S7 of tax which must bo loIed
and collected for which thoro Is at
present no permanent Bhowlng
Sinking Funds Transferred
iour attention Is called to tho fact
that prior to tho your 1002 tho sink-
ing funds of tho bonds Issued prior
to that dato had been transferred and
used for otlur purposes to a total
amount of not less titan $20.000 00
As a consequence tho tax pajers will
pay mure on the principal amount ot
said bonds tlnu othoivWsc Tor in
Ul M . (
option period. They wero Issued for
tho purpose of constructing wooden 8alu Domls unu " Tor in
school buildings on thuuresent North !sta"co ou lho flr0 c"Elno l)0tls of
school buildings on thu present North
and South school cites.
Engine House and City Hall Bonds
of 1890 SD.OOOO Tbesu bonds were
Issued for tho purpose of construc-
tion and erection of the present ceu
tral fire station. They carried an op-
tion 'period bcgl nnlng 1009 and tl
000 Op were pild last jear during
Nichols' administration and there Is
outstanding on said bonds $4000 00
and tho same aaj be reduced otery
Central School Bonds of 1890 $12-
000.00. Theso bonds wero Issued for
tho purposo of constructing tbo pres-
ent central school building and hae
an -option period beginning Julj 10
1910 and tbo amount of bonds should
bo al that tlmo reduced.
Electric Light Bonds 1891 $16000.
tnese bonds wore Issued for the
purpose of constructing nn electric
light plant. Tho power houso was
erected on thu north bank of Town
Branch. Tho power plant was remov-
ed from this placo to tho proseut
site. Theso bonds do not seem to
hno any option period.
School House Bonds of 1904 J16r
000.00. Theso bondB wero Issued for
tho construction of the present South
scliool building. They carry an op-
tion of redeeming $500 00 each jear.
Theso bonds are tho first of tho bonds
providing for redemption of a certain
amount after the llrst joar. Tho cred-
it for this plan is due to tho Hefner
administration and It is a wise one
indeed and has been subsoquentlj fol-
lowed In otory bond issuo thereafter
$2500 00 of theso bonds hao since
been redeemed $50000 during Hof
uers administration and $2000 00
during Nichols' administration.
School Building Bonds of 190B. t17
000.00 7heso bonds wero otcd for
early In 1000 during Hofnor's admin-
istration for tho purposo of construe-
ing tho present West School build
Ing. On account of tho delay as set
forth herein nbovo they wero Issued
immediately after Nichols came In of-
Ceo as major. Theso bonds carry an
option of retiring $500 00 each year
and $1500 00 of tho amount has been
redeemed during Nichols" administra-
tion. Greenville Sewer Bonds 1907 WO-
00000. They wero Issued for tho pur-
poso of purchasing and constructing
a soncr sjstem. They carry an op
Hon of redemption of $1000.00 eacn
jear after tho Art year. $1000.00 of
said bonds hao boon redeemed and
there Bhould bo another $1000.00 re-
deemed at tho option period this jear.
Thero Is no tax collected on theso
Greenville Water Works Construe
tlnn Bonds 1908 107500.00. Theso
bonds wtro authorized and iBsued for
tho purposo of purchasing and con-
struction of the present water works
system and carry an option of retlr-
i B $1500 00 each year after tho first
jear. There is no tax collected for
Water Works Improvement Bonds
1909 $2000 00 These bonds wero Is
Bued by tho council for tho nurnoao
of completing tho construction of tho
water works plant. They carry an
option of redemntlou beforu maturity.
Thero is no tax collected for theso
Electric Light Construction Bonds
iu jfsu.woo 00 Those bonds wero
issued for tbo construction and crec
tlon of a now electric light and pow
or plant. They carry an ontlon rr
redeeming $1500 00 each jear after
mo nrst jear. Thero is no lax being
collected for theso bonds.
Bonds and Rate of Tax Assessed for
School House Bonds of 1S85....0210
Ungtno House nnd City Hall
Central School 1890 02C0
Electric Light 1891 .....0182
School House 1901 0270
Refunding Water Works (W.
W S9) 00 0210
School Building 1906 .. 0280
TotaJ Regular Bond Tax ..1575
General Indebtedness Bonds 0125
Total Regular and Special
Bond Tax . ...20c
Vour attention le Invited to thu
aboo statement. Them is not a bond
authorized and Issued during the
Nichols administration In the abovo
list Tho total bond tax of 20 rents
Is 6 cents lotfWlfcan the total bond
tax for sol oral ears in the past
The rate for the Gretmillo Usht
bonds of 1891 would bo 02C but tho
1SS3 In amount of $5050.00 the Deo
pie luno paid ou tho principal of snld
bonds not less than $10000.00. in
round numbers besides Interest
If tho sinking funds had not been
transfeired and used for other pin
poses the Tire Engine Bonds of lsbJ
would havo been pa'd In full In 189J
Indebtedness bonds of 18S3 would
hao been paid In full In 1901. The
Water Works Bonds of 1S89 wou'd
hao been refunded for nt least $7-
000 00 Instead of $13000 00 In 1900
Tho Engine House and City Hall
Bonds of 18S9 would hao bocu ic-
duced at least $3000 00 in 1909- In
stead of $1000 00. Thero would have
been on hand today a larger uniount
In the sinking fund to reduce the
principal of tho outstanding bonds
at option periods when they nrrlw
and to pay in full tho bonds at matur
lt If thero had not been any defilclt
In the sinking fund of tho Indebted
ness bonds they could hno been ro
fuudod In 1907 under the provisions
of tho special charter for a tonsldoi-
ablo less amount instead of Increas-
ing tho amount $2000 00.
Sinking Fund Since 1902.
Since tho jear 1902 beginning with
tho Chapman administration of that
jear the sinking funds of all tho
bonds lia.o been sacredly kept and
options havo been accented nnd bond
cd indebtedness of outstanding bonds
has been decreased. All bonds in-
sued since 1902 carry option ner-
lods beglning ono jear after dato of
the bonds making It possible to retlro
one-half tho bonds In twentj jears
Amount of Tax Rate Due to Nichols
For general purposes 25
Tor support of Fire Department .12
For street purposes 15
Reduction of Floating Indebtedness
Your attention Is invited to tho fact
that since 1902 the city councils has
reduced tho then outstanding scrlii
and note obligations. At tho end of
tho Hefner ndiu'nlstiatlon lit 1900
thero was something like $0000 00 of
such Indebtedness jet outstanding
At tho close of the Hefner ndmlnls
tratlon tho Leo Streot Having beami
nnd terminated In paving tho cntlro
I'ubllo Square and parts of Stonewa'l
Street 'lho totnl cost of tho
city's part of such pavement was $11-
000 00 The buiden of taking caro of
tho then outsstandlng Bcrlp and to
finance tho eitj'a part of tho paving
oxpeiiso fell to tho Nichols ndmlnls
tratlon. 'lho otal revenues for street
purposes out of tho 15 cent tax lovy
amounted to $5000 00. Tho ndmlnls
tratlon had to keep up tho stieets
out of this amount and at tho samo
tlmo provldj for caring for about
$9000.00 of tho paving expense. This
ALCOHOL 3 Ttll CENT '
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3 Ki ?iHtit nTr7H??i
a uiuiici. aiHics ubruanuiiT
For Infants nnd Ghlldroa.
The Kind You Have
ness nnd RcsljConlilns nci'tw
AnrrTert Remcilv for Ccuftllna
lion. Sour StomachI)l3irtJ
ness and Loss or Sleep.
racSirril.' SiSviaturc ef
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Bears the fJ
9 m zfc
Exact Copy of Wrapper
the usoolaroodlaxallvc to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons ol andlgcsted
food from gcttlnglnto jour system.
The latest product of science Is VIXVO Laxative Liver Sjrup purely vegetable gentle
reliable and ot a pleasant aromatic taste. Vtlvo acts on tho liver as v. ell as on the
itomach anJ bowels and is of tho greatest posslblo efficacy In constipation Indigestion
biliousness sick headache feverisliness collclatulencc etc. Try VP 1
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1-reiiK woiie i
Office at Model Pressing Parlor.
Old phone 370 Now phone 293
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-I J I I I- -i-
rOUND A shoo shop on North Stone-
0MI3R TYPEWItlTP" FOU SALE
No. 5 lc sood condition.
Steam and' Gas Fitter
F. J. PHILLIPS Presided H. W. WILLIAMB Cashier
QEO. B. PERKIN8 VUc Pres. W. A. WILLIAMS JR. Ast. Cr.
JAS. ARMISTEAD Vice Pres. J. W. BIRD80NQ Asst. Cashier.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF '
OF GREENVILLE TEXAS.
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BU8INESS NOVEMDER 16 1909.
Loans and Discounts 5032 021 25
IT. S. and Other .Bonds 222 750 00
Premiums on Uonds None
Heal Estate Furniture and Fixture 24 000 00
Demand Loans $264308.79
Cash and Exchange 31971959 C14 028 38
Total $1 192 799 C3
Capital... $200 000 00
Surplus Fund and Undlilded Profits C2 143 01
lteservad for Taxes 3 250 00
Circulation.... 1SS 400 00
Deposits 1 039 000 39
Total.... $1 192 799 03
We certify this statement Is correct
F. 3. PHILLIPS President.
II. W. WILLIAMS Cashier.
F. J. Phillips. A. O. Lantznester Mrs. W. A. Williams
Geo. S. Perkins. e P. Decton M' Ml Arnold
J... Arml.U.d. o. T. Grab J
J. M. Bovkln L. A. Cark Ai Ft Rehter
J. B. Clijtn H. W. Williams T. R. r.'ast
I THE PEOPLE'S DEPOSITORY
& 1 W. H. DU8H. President. P. A. NORRIS. Vice Pres- 'A
Y JNO. L. LOVEJOY Vieo Pres. L. N. DYRD Active Vice Pr.
v u. u. uituunoi v.inisr.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
OF GREENVILLE TEXA8.
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS NOVEMBER IS 1909.
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Office dco's Drug Store
Undei graduate Grand Ilaplds Veter-
Inarj College of Michigan.
School of Music
MISS GIBSON Director.
Complete courso In Piano Voice
Violin Organ Theory.
Studios convenient to tho public
schools. Ne Phone No. 309.
.j. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .
(Continued on Third Page.)
A STEADY DRAIN.
rate baa been cut lo .0182 on the cal- tako so other
Sick Kidneys Weaken the Whole
Body Make You III Languid
Sick llIdnoH wuaUeti the bod)
through tho continual drainage ot life
giving albumen froiu tho blood Into
tho uilno and the substitution ot
poisonous uric acid that goes broad
cast through tho svstem sowing the
seeds of disease Loss of nlbunien
causes weakness languor depression
Uric poisoning causes rheumatic pain
uervousuoBs nausea cricks In thu
back gravel and kidney stones. Tho
proper treatment is 11 kidney treat
ment nnd the best reined) Is Doan's
luuuoy Pills droat Qiccnv lllo curo
ptovo it r
Mrs. L. Human 412 W. Lee St..
Oroonvlllo Tox. sajs: "Per ncarl)
two jcurs I was subject to ntl'ackH
of kidney complaint Thero was a
dull throblng ncho across the small
Of my back which kept roo In inlsorv
nnd the kidney secretions were too
irequent in passage. Headaches
wore common nnd until I procured
Doan's Kidney Pills nt Kord and
Pennington's drug store. I could get
nothing that would give mo relief
'Ihoy not only romoved tho backache
but corrected the dlffloulty with the
kidney secretions nnd Improved my
health gonerally Doan's Kldno) Pills
tire cirtnluly a fluo lid cy roiuody. '
Tor sale by all dealers l'rico 50
cents. l'08ter.MJlhum Co Hurfulo
New York solo ngonts for tho United
Jlemombor tho namp Doau'sund
frOUND Pair of silver rliuned spec-
tacles. Owner cm got same by call-
ing and paving for this notice
roil ItENT Oood C roomi houso clobo
in with nil modem conveniences.
M. M. Arnold.
Foil MINT Two nicely
100ms for light houso keeping
now phono 312-1 ring or apply ut 242
North King street
For District Attorney 8th DisL:
W. NATT A11NOLD.
SAM J. IIOSS
JNO. L. SOUTHALL.
ror County Judgo:
furnished ; QEORGE B. HALL.
Call Tor County Attorney:
t w iw.im TimMPSriN.
A. II. NICHOLSON.
N. V. PEAK.
For Tax Collector:
roil RENT UlnckBmltli shop. Good
location. No competition. Alsu rr Count' clork
dwelling J. U Allen Dixon Tuxiit.
MILUS L. MOODY M. D.
Practice Limited to
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
Office WeBt Loo Streot over Gra-
ham Brothers' store.
C. E. & WILL CANTRELL
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office at Phjslclans and Surgeons
Joe Becton. Edwin Decton
BECTON & BECTON
Physicians and Surgeons.
OBlco unstalrs over Archie Morris'
Racket Store west sldo square. Both
Wnathers Grain Go
FEED AND COAL
Office nnd Warehouses ou
St. John Street Opposite
Both Phones -ii.
Loans and Discounts $511 050 88
U. S. Bonds and Premiums 15G 000 00
Real EBtate l'urnlturo nnd Fixtures... C 590 10
Cnib Uxcaaugo and Demand Loans 335 895 89
Totnl $1 009 542 87
Capital $160 000 00
Surplus and Pro t. is.. 20 903 13
Circulation u.i.... 150 000 00
Deposits 032 039 41
Total t $1 009 542 87
Wo certify ihlc statin tint Is eoriect.
W. II. HUSH President.
H. U UIIOOKK. C-uhfer.
W. H. BUSH.
MRS. V. A. KING
DR. RODT. OAYLE
P. A. NORRIS
JNO. L. LOVEJOY
M. A. JOY
DR. CHA3. T. KENNEDY
R. D. WADDLE
3 U BROOKS
L. N. BVRD
S. 0. PEnKINS
live loom new liotao on Steward St. south of Park Hi.
one third acre nil nodcrn conveniences. Improvements cost
more than we nek fo the pace good lurms. '
01x room modem hone convenient to Bjrleson College on
Pickett street. A bnri;aln easy terms or will trade for farm.
Six room houso on South King street. A bargain.
I A. R. Holmes
$ LIVE STOCK
I SURETY BONDS
I. Only Uellable Oompunlcs Represented A
i OMcoJiW North StonciMill biroct A
Z Both Phones 3C5. 4
DR. GEORGE A. WELLS
Graduate of A. 8. O Klrksvllle Mo.
Consultation and Examination Free.
DR. T. B. 8PAULDING
Office West Side Square. Now phono
17C at night.
EGUS roil SALE Itoso Comb lthodo
Island IledB 15 for $1.00. Satisfaction
guaranteed or nionc) refunded. Mis.
J. II. Allen Dixon l'exns. 3 20.
ROOM FOR RENT Extra largo com-
fouablc nlccl) furnished room with
two beds second Moor sultublo for
two vuuug men two blocks west ot
Katy freight depot. Old phone 74 or
new phone 71
PINE KOfJS roil SALE Dai red Ply-
moth Rocks nnd Columbian Wynn
dolts Whllo I havo the cheapest
thpy nro olso tho best. Plymoth Hock
eggs $1 50 for 15. Columbian Wjau
dott eggs $2.00 tor 15. Plnco jour
orders now. O. P. Mitchell Qrooa
Ul e. 2 27dw.
WAN'i El Young men to lcnrn au-
tnniobllu hus'uuss by mall and pre
pare for positions us chnffcurs and
repair men Wo make jou expert In
ten vvoeks; assist jou to securo posl-
tlon Pay big; work pleasant; de-
mand for men great; reasonable;
vvrllo for particulars nnd sample les-
son. Euiplro Automobile Iiistltut?
Iloohoster N. Y.
Simple Remedy for LaGrli-Ps
lUiippo coughs mu dungci i as
Uiey Jrcqucntly develop into p(.eu
monia Foley's Honey and Tnr iii-l
ocl) stops the cough but henla nnd
Btieiigthena tho ljijps so that 1111 re-
rloui rosults need bo feared The
genuine Poley's Honey nnd Tar eon-
tains 11 harmful drugs and Is In a
jtliovv package. Sold bj Goi Drug
Chamberlain's Cough remedy Is a
very valuublo ipedlclno for throat and
lung troubles quickly relieves and
cures painful breathing and a dancer.
ously souudlng cough which indicates
rougested lungs Bold by McUaugbey
uros. ana an uruggisu
' m 1
SID L ARNOLD.
J. 13. JOHNSON.
J. Y. DARNELL
PROP. CHARLES WRENN.
W. J. CASEY
ror County Superln'cudont:
JAMES II. BUCHANAN.
PROP. HENRY SWIFT
For District CIcik:
JOE H. SMITH.
Tor Tax Assessor:
J. J. (JIM) DARNELU
D. I. ALEXANDER.
W. M. HENLY.
AL A. CHASTA1N.
for County Treasurer:
- KIIAN1C P. WOOD.
Tor Commissioner D'st. No. 1:
JOHN A. STONE.
D G quattli:bali.
For Commissioner DUt. No. l
l'or County Commissioner Dist. No. 3
D. II. (DUD) ENGLISH.
S P (PLEAS) COWAN
l'or Jusllco ot thu Peace Pre. No. 1:
l'or Constable Precinct No. 1:
It. E. (BOB) HAWKINS.
WILEY 13 SMITH.
For Public Weigher Precinct No l:
JOHN II. PRANKLIN
11 (11011) E. SPUAULINU.
P.. D. THOMPSON.
JOHN W. jttUXANDEIl.
T. E. UVRD.
l'or Alderman No 1;
T. P. BBTHELIj.
M M ARNOLD
l'or Alderman No. 2;
J. H. WHATLEY.
GEO. V. WILSON.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is not
a common ovcry-dny cough mixture.
It la a meritorious remedy for all the
troublesomo and dnnaorous comnllca
Baled shucVs. hay and cd oat. aSSIit'crSr foSVSS:
J. H. FRENCH
Physician and Surneon
OBIco at M0010 A. French's Drug
Storo. Residence South Houston bt
Old phono 177.
E. T. SPEAKE3 M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
ltosldonce Phono No. 59. Offlco at
C. W. Gco's Drug Storo.
Moving furniture pianos
heavy safes etc. Cratins
and shipping a specialty.
250 "West Leo Streot
Both Phones No. 208.
Threo good cottages close in.
Ono good black land farm ot 150 or 200 acres fur spct
Killitigswotth. & Massay
WESTERN UNION BLD.
H-H-H-I '- M-M- !
NOVELTIES IN A.
TWO TONES FABRIC EFFECTS AND RICH PLAIN PAPERS
ARE PROMINENT FEATURES OF OUR
WHICH IS COMING IN NOW WE INVITE YOU TO LOOK
W. C. MOODY M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office upstairs ovoi tho Boall Hard-
ware and Iniplcnwut Company Storo.
DR. SAM G. DUFF
Office over Commercial National
Bank Leo StrccL
SHERRILL MULKEY & HAMILTON
Offices at Greer.ville and Commerce
Goo. S. Perkins. Morrla B. Harrell
PERKIN8 a HARRELL
Office over Greenville National Ex-
chaugo Bank Rooms 1 and 2.
Ed. II. Dennett. J. T. Jones.
BENNETT i JONES
Offlco In Sule building northeast
corner of square.
Practices in all the Courts. Offices
lu Bchlff Building over II. N White's
U. Q Evuns 11 L. Carpenter
EVAN8 4 CARPENTER
Offlco in Comnnrctal National Bank
Cllard's Wood Yard.
Handles all kinds of dry wood
cord block and stove wood. Blocks
2 per rick stove wood f S CO per
rick I gvo prompt delivery. Phones
Southwestern 5C5; New -438. 'M. A.
Ellard tho wood man. tf.
Protect Your Property
I represent leading companies
and am prepared to write
and Plate Glass
Both Phones No. 28.
The No. 5
TEXAS TRACTION CO
"THE CONVEHIENi WAY"
NEW ROUTE TO DALLAS
Leavo Greenville 10:25 n. in. for
McICInnoy via Ixaty arriving McKin-
noy 1155 a. m.
Leave McKlnncy via INTERURBAN
12:22 p. m arrive Dallas 1:45 p. m.
JAS. P. GRIFFIN G. P. A.
"Aiako a business of saving
and your savings will uiako
jou j business."
BUILDING AND LOAN
A Homo Institution to Ho!p
STOCK WILL BE ISSUED IN
H. W. William ..President.
li 8clilfL......VIco Ptobident.
U D. Birdsoug.. .Treasurer.
C. B. Jones Secretary.
w n. wise. e. BcWfT j o. nay.
tcr II. W Williams Bert Bcall
M. M Arnold C. B Jones
Y H. James W. W Bockwell.
Jno A Hodge.
Visible Durable Light of Touch.
You (SV Jm For
can fJSlW He
own ?&M e
one ml1 day.
No Better Machine Made.
Get Further Facts About it at the
LIVED IN GREENVILLE
He would Btireiy keep the NEW PHONE: The QUICK
SKRVIOIJ built LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE would
enable him to CATCH UP FOR ALL LOST TIME during
bis twenty years sleep. You have daily profit ia keeping
a phone. To ait is to lose. Order now and bfr read
for sickness business pleplure shopping etc.
HOME TELEPHONE CO.
l Hl UUU VUK9 IU
(Qaughoy Bros snd nil druggists.
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