The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 122, Ed. 1, Friday, February 4, 1910 Page: 3 of 4
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There li one man in (lie United Stales vtho has perhaps henrd
more women's eecreta thn any other man or woman In the
country. These secrets are not secrets of guilt or shame but
toe Becro u buuciihe( nu nicy nayc ocen connuru to ur.
R. V. Pietce in the hope and expectation ol advice and hcln.
That lew nt these women have been disappointed in their ex
pectotion )s proved hv the fact that nincty-eight per cent ol
ell women trcitcJ ' - 'r. Pierce have been absolutely and
altogether cured. Sut.1. a record would be remarkable if the
cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. But when
that record npplies to the treatment ol more than linll-s mil-
lion women in a practice of over 40 cnri. it in nhcnotnenV.
and entitle Dr. l'icrco to the gratitude accorded him by women as the first ol
specialists in the treatment of women's diseases.
Every sick woman may consult Dr. l'iercc by letter absolutely without
charge. All replies are mailed sealed in perfectly plain envelopes without
any printing or advertising whatever upon them. Write without fear as with-
out fee to World's Dispensary Medical Association Dr. It. V. fierce l'rest..
Buffalo N. Y. '
lilt. riKRCE'S FAVORITE riUJSCUIl'TlON
JVXn.lc.oas 'W'ota.ls:. Womou Sti-oup;
(Siols. ''DVoixxoja. V7"oll
THE BANKERS C6NVENTI0N.
THE N. N .N CLUD.
The rifth District Will Meet In Dab Had a Pleasant Meeting With Miss
las February Tenth. I Mae Curry.
Tho KlHIi District Bankers Con-' The N. N. N. club was delightfully
vcntloii will bo hold In Italian on Feb- entertained to ft demonstration mot-
rnnry tenth. 11 '. Williams of the lnc yeslcrdny by Mrs 1M Jones Mrs
Qrvcnvlllo National Exchange bank John Boauchnmp and Miss Mao Curry
Is chairman of tho nssoclat i and at the homo of thu latter.
W D Sanders of DeKulb u secre-' Guests ware met at the door by
ory Mrs. Jonos who escorted us to the
Dallas Is at ranging to glvo the coxy parlor where we were delight
b inkers a cordial reception and an full) enlertnlnoi! with t.oernl muslcul
Jrteresllng ptogratn has been pro- selections by .Mrs. ltcc.ea nnd .Mrs.
pnreil j Sehoonovur.
Tlicro nro seven districts In Texas A spirited contost was entered In-
nnd tho chairmen ot those illstrltts to by each a novel Idea of the hos-
compose the cxecntio board ut tho losses the one having tho moil novel
Slate Hankers Association. Meetings nniwor wns awarded .1 string or
will bo held In each district begin- hearts boa'lng this llltlo mcusngo:
iiIiib at Dallas on the 10th nnd follow "If or 11s jou do not think
iig hi order at Waco Austin Sail our hearts will nhiliik and shrink
Tho prlro fell to Miss Theress.i
Shields n brlghL member.
A lovel itivntt Was served as fol
lows: Oysters enuepes on toast pens
In rntnglns potatoes ntt tlrnutln
Mu gr pickles hot biscuits coffee
innrshiuallovv pudillug and fruit baits
l.uvol) llltlo hooklcls tied with pink
tlbbnu with the recipes of the dishes
nerved woio ptesented each nno.
Out or town guests wero Mis. C. M.
Sclioonovcr Ilouham Miss (iruro
Beckham Abllo e. A 0UD3T.
.'. Antonio 41 numunt Coleman nnd
Xi Wichita Falls closing nt tlio latter
o ly on rciiriniry h.uiu nun mu uv
oral chairmen nre expected to iitteiul
PRESIDENT ARNOLD HERE.
THE SHOE MAN Soles Shoes jo
75 cents. At Old Stand Next
Door to Arvin'c Drugstore.
IN DISTRICT COURT.
Shaw vs. Katy on Trial Ex Parti.
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Ora Wells Heard.
In the district court jesturdny the
suit ol Thomas Shnvr vs. M. K.
railway was begun and is now oinnllll.smm( fllll )hl0 coIorFi
trial. U. Q. ISvans nnd (loo. S. Tors
kins repiesont plalnlff nnd Teniplcjj
Ion Ciaddock Ciosby and Dl BiuorO
the defendant. '1 he suit Is lor sillog.
ed damages In tho sum ol ?20oiK).
Tho case or ex parln Ora Well
was heard and minor disabilities
were removed. Nut land nnd Noy
Will Attend Meeting of the Booster
Secretary llilckson of the llooslers.
lecolied a message from l'rosldenl
Arnold of the Commercial Secretar-
ies saying that he will bo heie this
afternoon to attend thu meeting to-
night and to seo the poultry exhibit
nt the North Texas show which op-
tns today In this city.
I Mr. Arno'd Is a thoroughly posted
I man on matters pertaining to coin-
jmetenl secietniy work Hie nilvnmo
incut of tonus through this medium
and tlio prosperity mid progiess
many localities because ot these agen-
cies. Ho will say many things
which will bo woith hearing. Don't
nveilook the h ss on tonight. It will
pay vou tu ho llicio.
Association Met In the South School
The I'amnls-Teacliors society of the
South school met at A o'clock Jester-
daj afternoon with lvveiily-to pies-cut.
Roll call was answered with quota-
I'ons on trees after which "America"
Mrs. W. M. Mcllildo read n paper
in Arbor Day.
I.lttlo Hun Casey recited the poem
'Woodman Spine That Tieo."
Mrs. 1. O. Ho lo load a paper on
Mlhs l.ockliart recited tho pi elude
A 11 117 1 &..i$&iK;.a.H. ..
good health with its blessings must un-
derstand quite clearly that it involves the vol . . ..
.. . .. . ... YOU'LL COME BACK FOR MORE
rmpfttmn nf riiMit. hvinrr with nil 1 tic? term
i- tiT-.i 1 11 r u . our bleats nnd Food Products because Vi "nvaiurelliu. " and Mis 1 YY ll.ir-
implies. With proper know ledgo of whit .. to .. .n. f' " "V : " ?l 'W-w "ml Ails u . iur
: i. ..i unrmivn f !... on . 71 ...... .."- ."""" json maue a tain 011 nees.
uvou.v vwv. ..........i.. w. v..iuJ- ntn iu t;u .imii aim iioui customers
nn. rt nnnln.nrJ. Intn .nil .7 .- f nrt n.n. 1 ' "
IIHUl Ul .V'.V..I'.-..W.. ..v. w. hl.u.w ...uj
be made to contribute to living aright.
Then the use of medicines may be dis-
pensed with to advantage but under or-
dinary conditions iu many instances a
niinple wholesome remedy may lie invalu-
able if taken at the piopcr time and the
California Fig Syrup Co. holds that it is
alike iin(ortant to present the subject
truthfully and to supply tho one ierfcct
laxative to those desiring it.
Consequently the Company's Syrup of
Figs and Elkir of Senna gives general
satisfaction. To get its beneficial effects
buy the genuine manufactured by the
Californit Fig Syrup Co. only and for sale
by all leading druggists.
at the sametime
cheapest in the
end Decause It
Every garment quar.
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Appointments Were Made in Several
Judge .1. W. Manning iu pioliato
com I pioceedlngs has appointed I).
W. Wright temporary gu.iidluu In tho
estatu of Ora Hudson et al. minors.
Tho bond was set aL $10000.
John H. Tliomassou Uaddo Mills
has been appointed temporal' giiaul-
inn of poison and estate ot l'eail M.
Tliomassou el al. mluois. The bond
.1 J .lowers permanent guardian
In tho cblnto of Jessie Homier et nl
nilunis with bond nt $1 100.
Hare you a weak throat? If bo you
cannot be too careful. You cannot bo
gin treatment too early. Each cold
makes you more liable to another and
the last Is always too harder to euro.
If you will take Ctmmborlaln's Cough
Itemed' at the outset you will be
saved much trouble. Sold by Mc-
flaughoy Bros nnd all druggists.
Sirs. E. M. Taylor who has boon
bookkeeper for the Homo Telephone
Company has resigned her position
with then and is now located In the
offices of Sherrill .Mulkey & Hamil
ton. Mis. Taj lor Is a competent
stenographer and will do all kinds of
public stenographic work making a
specialty of tho legal branch. Accur-
acy and promptness will bo her motto
and she solicits all ltluds ot steno-
graphic work. tf.
Mrs. II. It. Neylnnd lead a selec
tion finm llluwnlh.i and then tho so
ciety snug "Tho Slur Spangled Ban
nor." 'I he society will look iiUer tho
South bchuol giouuds nnd will plant
tiees and llowors toirainow and will
benutif the campus.
FIVE HUNDRED CLUB.
Had a Dellohtful Meeting With Mrs.
H. W. Williams Yesterday.
-Mrs. 11. W. Williams most ilollght-
fu'ly ei u (allied the members ot thu
Fl.e I. hi Ired club usleidny nftor-
nciiii 1 eio was a full attendance
and ihe contrast from the cold out-
slclo io tl.e warmth of tho eo?y rooms
made tiie meeting very Jolly Indeed.
At the conclusion or (ho galea's a
lule of a beautiful pair of laco trim
med hem stitched linen pillow ensos
was piesenled to Miss Madgo Klnluy
who had high score. Dainty reriosh-
nieuts woiu Mined of chicken salad
garnished with parsley tomatoes with
iua)ouiinlse chicken sandwiches
wafers peach pickles pimentos cof-
fee mid candy.
CITY TEACHERS INSTITUTE.
Will Meet Saturday Morning In Cen-
The city Teachers Institute will
meet nt O::i0 Satiuday iiioinliiK Iu tho
Cenlial school building
Tim biiliject lor the meetlngi will
bo the amount of preparation ami
htudv nt home and at school.. Also
the ltecllallon piupailng and inn
Parents nro Invited lo attend the
Institute and will Ilnd it very Interesting.
Given by Mrs. Alexander for
On Tuesday Feb. 1st Mrs. (II) n
A. Alevntidci entertained with n com
pllnieutnry luncheon for Miss Delilah
McAdnnis who Is soon to lenve lor
Dallas lo reside. Covors wero laid
for Mcsdati'ics lletholl Arnold tho
houoreo and thu hostess. Thu follow
ing menu was solved: Fruit bouillon
b'nlleil chicken petit pols cream p
tntoes escallnpcd oysteis beaten bis
cult olives tomato salad wafers
coleiy pluc.ipplo pudding cake cof
fee and hou lions.
Stewards elected and Delegates Ap
pointed to Jacobia Meeting.
Tho Quartely Conference ot Knva-
nnugh church was held Monday tilglil
A 13. Kdwnrds and 11. 1 Vauglinii
wero elected to fill vacancies In tho
bonid ot stewards.
The following delegates werw elect
ed to attend the OteenvllU district
conference which meetB at Jarobla Iu
Apt II: Judgo J- W MnniilnR A. t
lllchter T. W. Thompson; Alternate.
J. O Ilajler and lleo. S. Perkins
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OF nEINO CORRECTLY GOWNED AND FA0H I0NABLY APPARELLED IS TO WEAR AN
Q. H. S. DEBATING SOCIETY.
Met Last Nigh nd Had an Interest-
The U. II. S. debating society met
last night Instead or Friday this
week. There was nil Interesting do-
halo on tho llvo question "UesoUed
That Texas Should Have a Coinpul
sory lMucnllon Law" and was decid-
ed In favor of the affirmative A
coiiMiilltco was appointed to meet
with tin city council In iiKnrd tu In-
stalling olectttc lights.
A serins of parliamentary law tests
will begin next. week.
POPULAR COUPLE MARRIED
Justin G. Burt and Miss Hassle How-
ard United In Matrimony.
At 8 o'clock Inst night Mr. Justin
i. jllurt nnd Miss UrhsJo llowntd
wero married by Ituv. U. O. I'njno
nt his resldonco. Tho )ounc eouplo
then repnlied to thu residence of Dr.
J. A. Bush on West I.ee street whuio
they will have rooms
The bildo Is n pretty nnd charm-
ing )ouiib lady daughter ot Mr anil
Mrs. J. A. Howard on West I.ee
street and has not lived In the city
v cry long but has inailo ninny friends.
The gioom la n well kpovvii uud
talented oiing mini founerly n pu-
pil at llurliwou. Ho Is a. line inusl
c'nii and nellst and Is popuhu with
all who know hlu The llutnld wish
os Mr. and Mis. Hurt a long and Imp
iTL 15 C
DIAMONDS TO ADVANCE.
Fine Line of Wall Paper Samples.
I havo Just received a lino of th3
finest samples of Wall Paper for the
hoiua decorating that can bo had at
a very low ptlco and a postal card
lir phono call will bring them to
your home for examination free of
cost. And will llguro with you on
any kind uf paper or d coratlng de-
tdied. Phono SDI S. W.
Don't miss seeing tho pretty new
laces and bajidB Just received. Per-
kins Bros. Co. .
Junior B. Y. P. U. Program.
Following Is the piogrnm of tho
Junior II. V. P U. at tho West (Ireen-
ville Baptist church Sunday Feb. G;
Song "I'll go where )ou want mo
Scripture reading1 John 1:!11-I2
Song "I Am Thine O Ixird."
il'ni)cr I.con Aldus.
Ill lot outline or lire or Peter (be-
fore Pentecost) lCddle Leo Hadd.
Lesson from llfo of l'oter .
Pcler brought to OhrlBl Jewell
Peter Called Jesso BInkenioro.
uPlor Conlesses Christ Speight
I'eler Walks on the Sea Holt Da-
Vis. -- Peter Falls Hoy Mostellar.
ol'tur Hestored lliilh Uilliam.
Peler Preaches Gilbert Bean.
Increase of Wages to Cutters is tlx
Reason for It.
Now York Fob. 3. Tlio retail prion
or diamonds Is to bo raised fiom $5
to flu a caret becauso of an ijdvnnco
of 12 l'er cent Iu wuges which has
Just been granted hy thu Maiden Lano
diamond merchants to the momburs
ol tile Amoiicuu Diamond Cutters'
The average wage paid lo polishers
is ?C0 per week Tho workmen known
as "bruters" who shapo the diamonds
lecolvo nhout $1.10 n week. Tlio
"cleavers" of whom Ihero nro but
two in this country mnko about fl!00
Tho union has an Ironclad agree
ment with thu u'lerchauts whorehy no
uppi entices may bo put to work In
the factories except sous or brothers
of iron now employed in tlio work.
Thu merchants asked thu union to
sign mi agreement Hint no further ad-
vance) In wages hu requested for two
yearn but the request was denied.
The union has 100 members In thin
I have been selling Hall's Texas
Wonder for the cure of Kidney bind
dor nnd rheumatic troubles since be
first put It on the market and I roc-
commend It mb Iba best kidney medi
cine I have ever sold. (lee's Drug
TIIH STATU OF TI.XAS I
County of Hunt. J
1 BY VlllTUl. of nil Hvecutlon Is-
sued out ot thu Honoiablo County
Court of Hunt County on thu .list
day of Jan') 1I10 by tho Clerk there-
or lu tho caso of Gieeuvlllo Nation-
al Kxchango Hank vs. W. II Wltul-
ley No. HG03 and lo me as Shei-
Iff. directed and dellveied I will
proceed to sell within tho bonis pi-i
scribed by law for Sherllf's Sales on
Tuosilny thu 1st day of March 1010
at tho Court House door In Html
County Texas to thu highest bidder
fur rash In hand I ho follow hit; do
scribed property to-wlt:
A part of thu Fiaiielscu Qulntaiia
sitric) Bltualeil iinoui 8 miles norm
5 degrees east from Ihe City ol
(Irocnvlllo and consisting of lll.fi'i
acres the samu being the tract o(
lnnd sot apart lo defendant W. 11.
Whnlloy lu n suit in tho District
Court of Hunt County Texas iiiiin-
boied CC32 whoreln .1. II. Wh.itloy
ot al wuru plulutlttii mid Mrs. Zulu
Williams et ul were defendants us
shown In the report ot tho cumuli's
slouer on page 10 vol. (). Civil Min-
utes or tho 8th Judicial District Court
or Hunt County Totnii lo thu min-
utes or which said con 1 1 and tho re-
turn of the sheriff on mild wilt of
attachment reroreuco Is hero made
ror more certainty which attachment
lieu was recngiiled by tho court
uud thu Bald above described laud
ordered sold under execution ror tlio
satisfaction or this Judgment levied
on as tho property or W. II Whatloy
to snt'sry a Judgment amounting to
$331. r.8 dollniH In favor or UrcuuvlllO
National Hxchaugo Bank and cost or
(liven undur my hand this 31st
day or January 1010.
l). l. iii:mhi:u
By Kolit. Hulscy Deputy.
WAiffff JOmA I -Vi'
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AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS
FASHION DICTATES IT.
THE WOMAN WHO WEARS AN AMERICAN BEAUTY IS CONSCIOUS THAT SHE LOOKS
WELL. THESE CORSETS GIVE HER FORM THE LINES WHICH MAKE A "NEW" FIGURE.
THE STYLISHLY GOWNED WOMAN OF CORRECT FIGURE AND MODISH APPEARANCE
MUST CANDIDLY GIVE CREDIT TO THE CORSET SHE WEARS.
THE AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS EMBODY THE BEST IDEAS ADVANCED BY THE
WORLD'S MOST EMINENT CORSET DESIGNER3.
$100 and Upwards.
'WE GIVE GREAT CONSIDERATION TO THE SELECTION OF OUR COR8ET8 AND OFFER
YOU THE CHOICEST AND BEST IN AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSET8.
A LARGE SHIPMENT FOR WHICH WE HAVE BEEN ANXIOUSLY AWAITING HAS JUBT
ARRIVED. CALL IN AND SEE THE NEW AMERICAN BEAUTIES.
The Knock-out Blow
The blow which knocked out Corbctt was a revelation to the prize fighters.
From the earliest days of thcring the knock-out hlowwas aimed for the jaw
the temple or the jugular vein. Stomach punches were thrown in to worry
and weary the fighter hut if a scientific man had told one of the old fighters
that the most vulnerable spot was the region of the stomach he'd have
launhed at him for an ignoramus. Dr. Pierce is briniiinir home to the pub
lic a parallel fact; that the stomach is the most vulnerable organ out of the .
pn.e ring as well as in it. We protect our heails throats leet and lungs
out to the stomach we are utterly indifferent until disease finds the solar
plexus and knocks us out.
Make your stomach sound and strong by the use of Doctor
Pierce's Goden Medical Discovery and you protect yourself
in your most vulnerable spot. "Golden Medical Discovery"
cures weak stomach indigestion or dyspepsia torpid liver
bad thin and impure blood and other diseases of the organs
of digestion and nutrition.
The "Golden Medical Discovery" has a specific curative effect upon all mucous surfaces
and hence cures catarrh no matter where located or what stage it may have reached. In
Nasal Catarrh it is well to cleanse the passages with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Keniedy fluid
while using the "Discovery" as a constitutional remedy. Jrhy the "Golden Medical
Discovery' cures catarrhal diseases as of the stomach bowels bladder and other pelvic
A Frightful Wreck.
of train automobile zi buggy may
causa cuts bruises abrasions sprains
or wounds that demand Bucklcn's Ar
nica Salvo eartb'c greatest healer.
Quick relief and prompt euro results
l'or burns bolls sores of all kinds
eczema' chapped hands and lips gore
eyes or corns Ita suprorco. fjurcst
pile cure. 25c at all druggists.
A Dlfl Mistake.
If you havo not bought that heater
or cook stoye furniture rnckot store
supplies glassware and qucenswure
nt the lowest price place lu town.
11. H. Chandler Is tho man and N.
I:. Corner Square tho plncu.
organs will be plain to you it you will reau a uooKiet ol extracts lrom tne writings or
eminent medical authorities endorsing its ingredients and explaining their curative prop-
erties. It is mailed free on request Address Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y. This
ii-W mirQ nil the inrrredients cntcriiitT into Dr. Pierce's medicines from which it
vwill be seen that they contain not a drop of alcohol pure triple-refined glycerine being-
used instead. . .
It's foolish and often dangerous to experiment with new or but slightly tested med-
icinessometimes urged upon the afflicted as "just as good" or better than "Golden
Medical Discovery. Tht dishonest dealer sometimes insists that lie knows what the
proffered substitute is made of but you don't and it is decidedly for pur ; interest that;w
should know what you are taking into your stomach and system expecting it to act as a
curative. To him its only a difference of profit. Therefore insist on having Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. If not promptly supplied trade elsewhere.
Send 31 one-cent stamps to pay cost of mailing only on a free copy of Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages cloth-bound. Address Dr. Pierce a above.
.Dr. Pi.rce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen Momach Liver ud liowels.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is not
a common evcry-day cough mixture
It Js a meritorious remedy for all the
troublesome sod dangerous compllca
tlons resulting lrom cold In the bead
throat chest or lungs. Hold by 11 o
Qaughey Bros and all druggists.
Pneumonia Follows a Cold
but never follows the use or Foley's
Honey nnd Tar which stops the
couch heals tho lanes and expels
the rold from your si stem. Take at
first sign of a cold and avoid a dan
gerous Illness. Sold by Gee's Drug
Excellent patterns In table ware
the nicest lloeers Hllvorwaro Coin'
pauy makes. Best quality for tho low
est price. Dr. M. Bcskow Optician.
It Is a dangerous thing to tnko n
coufji mullein" coutalnlug uplatu.i
that merely stifle your cough Instead
of curing It. Foloy'a Honey and Tar
loosens and cures tho cough and ex.
pels tho poisonous germs thua pro
venting pneumonia nnd consumption
Ilofuso substitutes and take only tho
geuulno Foley's Honey and Tar In the
llow package. Bold by (Ire's Drug
Why send off to nave your ciotho'i
made wbeu you can get them inlinu
right hero nt homo by Fred Dlorckn
just as cheap and you can see then
while they uro being mado and there
Is no chanco of your suit being rnndu
wrong or nut of stylu. domes cloau
ed rapalred and pressed. Thu snmti
prompt attention is given to laaies
Censons Pressing. Parlor.
81111 prosslng clothos; still guaran-
tees Indies' work; still lakes your
measure for spring and summer suits;
still appreciates your patronage; still
at tho Beckham Hotel; still opou at
nights. I'hone your call lo Btlll at
tho Bcckhuin Hotel.
All citizens wlio nave net paid tbclr
closet license for the year ending
April 'J 1910 should do so ut once
and savo further trouble lleapectful-
ly W. A. Krazer. City Clerk.
You should not fall to com(t and see
my superb Hue ot cut glass. Tlio best
for the money ever offered. Dr. M.
Work 24 Hours Day
The busiest llltlo things ever made are
Dr. King's Now Life I'JIIs. Kvory pill
Is a sugar-coated globule cf health
languor into energy brain-fag Into
that changes weakness Into strength.
metal power; curing Constipation
Headache Chilli Dyspepsia Malaria
ibe at all druxsiBts
For Indigestion and all slomacn
troubles take Foley's Orlno Mxntlve
It Is the natural remedy for Indlgss
lion dyspepsia heartburn bad breath
sick headache torpid liver bilious
ness aud habitual constipation Fo
ley's Orlno IjixbCIyo sweetens the
stomach and breath and tones up tho
entire alimentary syttem. Bold by
(Jee's Drug Store
Be suro to plant the variety of
shade trees that you will be proud
of when you get old. Barlow can
tell you all about them.
Plant trees now. Barlow has Iba
bust varttlos. Phone him.
Strictly' first clan shoo repairing
at moderato prlcesr-lllggar & Win-
i ton North BtoncwMl m
U lasses toiroctly fitted to the eye
tenses ground and made while you
wattr-lV. M. Besow Optician.
A Itesululloii I'loildlng That Ihe C IL
(.'(luiicil ol the City or (iroi-iulllo
Texas Bhull Call an Kluctiuu lu lie
Held oil llie astli D.iy or Tubuiiul)
I HIO at VhiCi7 lllecllou thu (Juoii
tlim Slnitl ho Submitted to thu 1'rnp
erty Tux I'njlng Vetera ot the t'liv
Whether ot Not thu City Council
Hlull Ibsiio $20000 lu Bonds For thu !
1'iuposo ol mo l oust met ion or t'lio
Illations lu tho City of Oreonvllle;
I'lovidlus How Said llluetlon Shall ' X
Bo Iluld uud Who Shall Hold tlio1 t
WlicToas Hid City Council of the
City or Ureonvllle Texas deems It
ndvlsablo lo issuo bonds of said illy
ror thu pin peso hereinafter luunlloii
'llierefoio It lu heieby ordered by
the city council or tho City ot (Ircun '
. llloj Texas that an election bo held
on tho 28th day uf l'obrunty 1010 at
width ulectlon the following pruposl
thin he subinlltud:
Shall tho illy council of tho city of
(lieunvllle Texas hu nulhorl?ed to In-
siiu 11.0000 In bonds payable 10 years
lUler ditto with the option of redeem
lug oiio (500 bund at uuy time alter
tho ond or tho llrst year nnd tho same
amount ul any time lifter tho cud ot
ouch uud every other year dm lug tho
life or snld bonds beginning with num-
ber om and coiitluulug serlallui. bear-
lug Intercut at the into of not exceed-
ing S per cent pur annum payable
suinl annually and lu levy mid to col-
lect n tax sufficient to leduum them nt
maturity; for tho purposo of tho con-
struction of flro stations In the City
Snld cletlioit lo be huld at 210 W.
Leo Klriwt III Wuid Numbur Dun ill
22. W. Washington streot lu Ward
Numbur Two and nt the City Hall lu
Ward Number 'ihree; uml thu follow-
ing iiamud persons shall be uud are
hereby appointed an piushllng Judgert
ussistuut Judxes and cloiks In the "
dor named fur omh vollng box.
Want No. 1 J A. i'bllllps U C Ton
n'ngton W. 8. Ward mid Sain I'ulk;
Ward No 2 T F. Itugsdulo Dun Iloli-
erlson Alfred Hortun and Jack T'sch
iradier; Ward No. H Arthur Har-
rison Fran It Hyde A I.. BImIsoiik
and Jim I'.llis.
Said election shall be held under the
provisions ot Chapter II'J Ail;; of Itn-
2Clh li-glsluluie Laws of IK'i runt
only iiunllllud Miteis who am p "pi
ly lax paurs or naid i Hy ulmll b'
allowed to tote ami all vol rs d'
siring .In supixiit the proposition ti
Issuo bonds shall have printed on
their bnlloU the words Fm th I.
su-iuct) of IwiuIb' and lhi.nu oppes-'d
to the prop.is!tloi shall liuv.i prluU'd
on their ballots the words ' Agulnsi
the Ihsuiiui ( of bond"
The iiapner of bidliif said elect Ion
sbt.ll be g.ivenmd by the laws of tho
stale reKUUillrilf gnnuinl elections
A copy of this order signed by thi
major of the City of Oteenvllle shuM
serve a u proper notice of said olec
tlpu and tlio mo '! Is directed '
cause said no' hi- ( i posted at it
public plsco In each voting prod m t
for thirty days (3)) das p'lor ti
Mild elaclton and ulo euusu ihe nain-j
to be published in the Urtunvllln II. i
aid ut unst tun. t ."i iij i i'"i"i i
said elcitlou I
Attct Jus V Mciioti '.
(Seal) Mj- i
Vy. A. FItAZK Cli rif.b
was of the tiuconipiorablo never-say.
dlo kind thu kind that you need inett
when you havo a bad cold cough or
lung disease. Suppose troches cough
syrups cod liver oil or doctors havo
failed don't loso heart or booo Take
Dr. King's New Discovery. Satisfac-
tion is guaranteed whoti used for any
throat or lung trouble. It has savod
thuiisnnds ot hopoless aullercrs. It
masters stubborn colds obstlnato
coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup
uilhmii hay fuvor and whooping cough
...... Id .1... .n ... n.iil .n.l.ln .n.... I
Ulll in vlll' UlUOb WUtt U.K. VVII..IH lUIU-
edy for all bronchial nlfectloim tiOc
1100. Trial homo frcu at all arug
Look for th Blnger Slsn (The fled 8.)
"VV'liqu In need of nucblne. We can
give you your money's worth. Think
. c drawer drop bead tllngor from
J20.00 to JC5.00. Your credit Is good.
GINQKR 8. II. CO
II. Uuyle Mgr.
Bargain In Coal.
Special prlco of fC.OO por ton fur
fine McAllsUr coal. Both phones HZ.
Foley's Kidney Itemedy will cure
any ensu of kidney or bludder Irouhlo
that Is not beyond tho roach of med
Iclno. It Invigorates the entire sys
It U well to itoo a physical ail
' I ment at the first signs of its ipproach
...t il.n I. ..nfltv tniM nf liter
tern nnd strengthens tho kidneys so j"b! vhicli can eventually give
they eliminate the ImpurlDea from y ..i'Smpl&llSi.
the blood UMkacho rheumatism. "a' hav ir troube amlimagine
kidney and bladder trouble aro all .yimijE.Uo.i and hence take the
cured by this great medicine. Com " ' rn-dy
uinuco taking at unco and avoid wl. Ul. iP do . . p ll)f.
Bright a iisease and Diabetes. Sold ncknt castrlo uici it beeomt sluecish
bv (leo'ti Druu Store. and In tills way disturbs thu slomacn and
"' u ' " '"" ' ibowfls. wlUi whlcli It la supposed to work
. . . . In harmony. Then cornea the aallow
The busleet and mightiest tittle complexion the pimply race the dull
llllllg that tofor wus made Is Chamber w .'' U forehead the thlnnlor. of
lain s Stomach and I.Ivur rsJilels. wuy . h. tnaa wtu It to
They do Ihe work whenever you ro- cum It Is hy tha use of Dr. Caldwell's
These tablets change Syrup I'epsln which contain ImrredltnU
llvlty uf the liver.
Anions tha inany thousands who hava
wrlllin tha doctor about the results
aclilovej with his remedy sad who era
iilid to make tha facts publlo ao that
olliera can help thtroMlve. ara ilr. Jaj
Ktrnucdy St IV)uls Mu. Ura. S A
Id Jluo of Sinlth'a tirove ICr. and injur
jiiene use mousanua or oincrs. aianea
tha use or Syrup Papain with a aainpla
If you will semi your mm. aad address
you can alao ottaln a free trial botllo
This will prove to you that llvec trouble
Is proiiiptly tured with UUs rtmedv or
money W1U ue rciunoea tiavirgr. .rivu
l lou can tn.n uuy u in iu. rvv.k.r
Ut I iu their old
weakness Into strength llstlessuuss
Into energy gloominess Into JoyouB.
neas. Their action Is so gentle one
don't reallxo they have taken a purga-
tive. Sold hy McfJaubgoy Bros and
Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy Is a
very valuable medicine for throat and
lung troubles quickly relievos and
cures painful breathing and a danger-
ously mounding cough which Indicates
congested lungs. Sold by McUaughey
Bros uud all druggists.
Wo do everything from sewing a
button on uu to now shoos lo order.
Blggar-i tu Wlnton Shoemakera
North Stonewall St.
Blggar & Wlnton. the practical
shoemakers want to please you. North
way of your drujtlit at Oily ernta awl'
on. aouar a. lmiuv. snu in. ..( .l
sufficient for aji entire faniUy. I
This remedr la a vast Improvement)
uttr cathartlo tablets and aalu. wblchl
unlr da ;ood for the time twine. lfrup'
I'tpaln la permanent In Its moults. Is
rJeaaant to take and doeanot errtoe. It
la especially tooi for all those who n
not stand a violent purratlva
Dr. Caldwell peraonalfir nUl bo pleased
i. tuj. vmi un infijifal advlca yoa may
deilra for yourself or family perUtntnc Jo
livrr ur wvitu nwum.j.
fraa of clmrse Explain your coao In a
- ' ' " ' utter nod ne.wiii reply to tuu ia wiu.
No doubt about It. Wo have tbe 'ZlttSr&TrX
kit. heu cabinet on earlh. See jirjUj ffSy
t window DuVe Harrison. wen iujjiic ilontluUcs ill.
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