The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 122, Ed. 1, Friday, February 4, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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Only small quantities odd lots heriTnnd there more than
ninplo reasons for obliterating cost and value offerings that
appeal to the skillful bujer who knows the a1uo ot a dollar.
Ibeso goods trust and shall be sold for we will not carry over
goods from ono season to the next It smashing prices count.
Just n tew prices quoted:
Ladles' nnd Mlssos' SultB and Dresses at HALF PRICK
rsomo tor less than bait price. Nothing rcsorved.
lied worsted plaids that wcro 25c salo price ....10
Wool Tricots salo price 15c
All remnants wool dress goods and silks at HAI.r 1'lllCG
One lot ladles' flno bluchcr tan shops were JS.GO to $3.50
salo price ij?1.05
Dark red or blue top patent leather button shoes tor ladles'
wcro 53.50 sale price $1.5)5
Men's $30 value suits our price was "5 salo prlco 2j$1500
Men's $25 vnluo suits our prlco was 20 salo prlco S1J2.50
Men's $15 black or gray ernvenctto overcoats sale price
$17.50 alucs In craenetto overcoats salo prlco.... 11.05
Men's sample hats about HALF lMUCH
Ono lot boys' knee pants values up to f 1.00 salo prlcu.....lSc
Knco suits oh tho prlco Is CUT CUT
All boys' overcoats HALF l'HICD
One lot children's ribbed pnutfl small sires sale price Jc
Ono lot 25c crochet slllc the spool 5c
One lot men's DOc values ribbed or floeco lined shirts or draft-
era salu prlco 35c or three for... JJ5J 00
Mill's negligee shirts some nru slightly soiled 50c and 75c
vnlues salu prlco 35c or three for.. SJ51.00
Ono lot ladles' 50c nnd 7Cc knit petticoats salu price... 25c
One lot 19c serpentina crepe tht jnrd 7'4u
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OUR EAS WINDOW
WILL GIVE YOU SOME IDEA OF THE
CHARACTER OF MATTRESS
WE OFFER FOR SALE. WHILE WE PRONOUNCE THE
SUPERIOR TO ANY MATTRESS MADE WE CARRY THE
VERY BEST SELECTION OF POPULAR PRICED MAT-
TRESSES TO BE HAD.
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Al Men's suits in
cabinets going at
All Men'ssuits on
Counters at 60
PER CENT OFF
Odd Pants going
Hats Shoes and
Here is your op-
portunity to wear
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Justin Q. Uurt and Hassle Howard
V. 2. Brnughton and Mrs. Fannie
Moved His Home.
Ellis lllrdsong and family hao
moved from bis homo on West Leo
street Into tho residence comer Hen-
ry -nnd Oak streets which ho recent-
ly bought from. Capt. J. C. D. liny lies.
Gone to New York.
V. M. Mcllrldo left last night for
New York to buy spring goods for
his big store Ho will bao all tho
new sl)lcs and will glvo cuslnmorH
benefit of the bargains.
In flalke's Store.
C. r Turk has accepted a posi-
tion with r. M. Halko's furiiltiiro store
and will be glad to seo bis trny
flronds. He will have charge ot tho
hooks and coll ctlous.
Iti-inenibur that tomorrow la Tree
Day and plant soino trees 'i hero la
a leu dollar prl7u to be rniiiiulcd Tin
o set out nil the treei uii rail.
Is Quite Sick
Mrs. II Din or who had ioon In the
Mitchell house which burned this
fteck and bad a strnflbiis time tij-
lug In sao her fiiriiltuio and effects
has been ipille sick siiuu that time.
Living on South Wesley.
Mr mid Mrs Ceurgu Hlmeffer who
occupied tho Mitchell house which
was burned tills week hae mowd
Into the Arnold cottage on South
Wesley street recently occupied li
Mr and Mrs. A. A 1-iwler.
Declines to Run.
W T lto.ui of Coniiiiercii has de-
tided nut to run fur nomination for
(he olTlu; of county rlerk ami wish
oh to thank Ills many friends for their
1 1 Iters of support nod help If ho made
tho race. Ho will reciprocate w In i
possible In the future
North School Arbor Day
Arbor Day exercises will be obsei
id at the North school this atteinoou
at 1 o'clock under tho ntisplres of tho
I'aienls Teachers eluh All parents
and others Inteeiated are Imlted lo
bo present. Any donations of tioes
shrubs or Honors will be greatly ap-
preciated Hemember tho ?lu pilru
Help us get it.
Will Reduce Debt.
Tho city of (Ireemlllo through the
city clerk W. A. I'riuer has gUeu
notice to tho owners of tho tlreen-
vlllo Central school bonds that It will
I'AercIso its option nt tho not Inter-
est paying date July loth. lulu. Had
tuo sinking tunu of this bond not
been transferred and used for other
purposes prior to 1002 tho city would
now be able to take up 8000 of those
The Poultry Show.
The North Teuis Poultry associa-
tion will open tlie big poultry show
HiIh morning in the building foimeily
occupied by the Coiiimerel.il National
bank on the west side of the sciuaio
IIi'iuIrb uimu being placed yesterday
for reception of tho coops man) ot
which had already arrlxed. Presi-
dent L .A ..Morgun and Secretary
Hob Spradllng weio busy yestoiday
m ranging matteis. Come and seo the
Mills l'reu to all.
At the Lyric.
Wills & llarrou In n Bcieamlug
coined) sketch "ilapp) Hooligan the
IiiBinancu Agent" haie an utti action
that's entire!) different fromi nii)tlilng
the L)rlc lias ofleied. Wills' make
up as a tramp is different from any
thing of the kind out seen ami ho Is
the classiest comedian llreemlllo has
been In mail) u da). The whole time
the team was on tho stage last night
the nudleiico was in one coiillnuoiis
upinir of laughter and tho applause
was spontaneous and tremendous.
Polks who can't laugh had better nut
iuio the L)rlc this week A It Co) hi
does uomo good singing and talking
Now' songs and plumes make up a
program thai Is way alunu the nui
age mid will please every one.
NIGHT OF GLOOM
People of Mexican Village Over-
whelmed With Bereavement
Ltrcilo Tex l'eb II List night
was n night of sorrow and lamenting
In the little tillage of Las Kspcrau
as on thu lino of Hie Mexican In
triuntionnl lt.illiu.nl. In the Htnte of
Poahiilll Mexico lis gathoilng ol
adobo huts presented a welid appear
anco as the shndod lights from can
dles which wore placed at thu head
and feet of the corpses of thu lc
thus of yesterday's mine disaster
permeated through the open doors
lulo the black night.
Lllllo knots ot grief-slrlckeu Mexi-
cans congregated without tho humble
homes of thu victims and tendered
their sincere sympathy and In ever)
way possible demonstrating th Ir In-
nate grief over tho death ot rela
lives or dear friends
According lo the latest reports
from tho scene of the disaster sixty
eight lives have been lost thus far.
After thu official repoit showing lift)-
three dead twulvo iiddltlunul bod'es
were recovered bringing tho total
up to slxty-llvo while three sou's
have passed lo the gieut bo)ond in
Ibo hospitals making the grand to
tal of victims thus far slxt)-clght.
Is Company Physician
Dr. Felix Ilramlctte who recently
nurrled MUs Mlnnlii Williams ot
Ibis city is tho company physician
of Iaia Ksperauzas Coal and MIiiIur
Company in Mexico whore thu terri-
ble disaster has Just occur! cd hy
which fifty-six miners were killed
nnd many others Injured
Bargain In Coal
Special price of JC SO par tun for
lino McAlluter coal licit h phones 820.
Items of Interest of Those Who Como
T I). StarncB was In Celesto jos-
terday. 1'. A. Law was up from Quinlun
Miss Hern Gates Is Usttlnc In
S A. Beckham returned Inst night
Harry llrown returned from Tort
Worth InBt nlijlit.
Hon II V .looney returned from
Dallas last night.
Mrs. J II. Sykes went to Dallas
J sterdny to lslt.
Tom Knly of tho Dallas News
staff Is In tho city.
l'rof. J. M. McLcoil Is on a business
trip to List Toxns.
Hon. It. It. Ntijlnud was a Usltor
lo Dallas yesteidny.
Miss Mary Ludlow Is lsltlng Mr
and Mrs J. S. Cohcnour.
Co stable Cecil I 1'elty of WolTe
City was In town yestciday.
I Dr. It H. Ciahlir of Leonard wns
ittendlng (ourt heie yesterday.
Mrt J. It. Mouio nnd chHil ot Mar-
shall is visiting her parcntR Mi. nnd
Mrs. II I". llrltlmi.
iiov J. A. Maples of (lieonvlllo n
prominent minister ot the llaptlHl
i Inn eh and n piohlbltlon speaker
with years of experience and oxcop
lional ability hns accepted the supei
Inteiideiicy of thu San Antonio ills
trlct llu b Kan his work at Karnes
City In a Lilly on Siituidny Inn :
and followed it up with u field da)
on Sunday. Mr. .Maples Is well known
In Texas and much estiemed for lil
woik'H sake and wo feel that his se
lecuon ih a ruminate one Home nnd
The People's Schoolmaster.
if you want a clear and concise
medical book which la full or tho
must useful lurni million for man or
woiiian nder tho People's Common
Sense Mudlcnl Advisei. by II V
Pierce M. D Tieats ot Anatoni)
Hygiene Mi'icliu! a )Uok or one
thousand luges (new fully levlstd
uptiidalii edition) gives nil jiartlcu
Jam which men ir women should
kno-v about theniBelvcs. How to cor
rect oidliiary derangements and weak
uesaes; treats of diseased conditions
mil the practical lieatinent iheieol
Iloiiboho'd hints and ndvlio about the
fainll) a chapter on Mothei and
lla in etc.
n'hls new edition Is almost a hoiise-
lio'd necessity. Send thirty-one ono
cent stamps for this handsome cloth
buuud book to Dr. It V pieice llur-
falo N. Y.
It It not what you lead that makes
vou wise but what you u-tnln
It Is not what ou eat that makes
you strong but what yim dlgnst
It Is not what you make that makea
)ou rich but what you save
Wo know a man worth a million
dollars who attributes It to having fol
lowed tho above. Let us holp you
set rich by p.nlug you l per cent on
)our savings account Tho Creen-
vlllo National Lxchango Hank the
laigeat hiiilc In Hunt Count)
Our Bargain Space
$10 SIDE BOARD SjUy.SO
$U0 SERVING TADLE
23 CHINA CLOSET
$12 DINING TADLE
$12 ORIENTAL RUG
THIS MAKES A HAND-
SOME .DINING ROOM SUIT
ONE THAT CAN DEST DE
APPRECIATED BY INSPEC
G H COLLINS
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW.
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COME TO MY STORE MONDAY FEBRUARY 7 AND
SEE THE FINEST LOT OF PIANOS EVER SEEN IN GREEN-
VILLE. THESE PIANOS WILL DE SOLD AT FAR BELOW
RETAIL PRICE ON EASY TERMS OR CASH. THE PRICES
WILL RANGE FROM $105 UP. BUY YOUR LITTLE
GIRL A PIANO. THIS CAR OF PIANOS WILL BE SOLD
IN JUST FITTEEN DAYS AND YOU WILL MISS SOME
BARGAINS IF YOU FAIL TO COME
$ Lh COLLINS
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I RAILROAD NOTES.
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Conductor D C Ulllson Is laying
off tor a tow trips on account ot n
soro arm l It Mason Is In bis place
on ono of the water trains.
Engineer Oscar Maddox Is now on
tho McKlnnuy local In place of A.
lhiRlneer 'Torn Mitchell Is on tho
Greenville-Hugh s Springs local for
a few days
Lngliicer W. 1'. Sullivan took the
night Shroveport passenger run out
(leo. Znchory Is la) lug oft for a tow
davit. Conductor Hurt Sp.iuldlng Is
on bis run.
Conductor It. II. Mnson lias return-
ed from a tllp to Svve twnter and
went to v.-ork )Cstordn). He took
out tho Inspection c'nr cast Supt
II J Sullivan Uoadmnstor A. C.
Illnkley Supt. Mall Sorvlco tiny Llnd
Bey nnd J. W. Chatham were In tho
Conductor John Mil son has hen on
a work train east ot Jefferson for
nst few dn)s unloading Baud and
ginvel for tho different concrete
gangs that nro building coucielo cul-
erls nnd bridges between Jefferson
Homo T lephone Co new directory
will be printed soon. Cal jiliono
niiii-hcr ICO before rob. lOlli for anyi
desired rhnngo In name address Urn
name or otherwise 2-1 It"
Mound City l'alnts may cost n trille
niuio but I 1'ioiich .t Mooru.
New Alovinr Picture
New Illustrated Sonus
WILLS & BARRON
In Their Comedy Sketch
HAPPY HOOLIGAN the INS I
'I he funniest act that has ever
played at the Lyric
O A S T O R I A
Both Sides of tlieUuestion
Youi wlfo Is nhlo lo econonil7e
)Ou'io ablo to have tho very best
that your money cm buy. At this
groceiy you will find It nlwnys pa)s
lo deal getting tho veiy best ot
wholesome pure foods nt thu mini-
mum price .Sonus specials this
Noble & Kimbrough
Have Just received soino now
orders 111 RICHARD HUD-iHi-rie
Tr.il n-r uaTrn
Wo uImi have- a nlco lino ot ?
NAUTIHE'S TOILET WATER. X
Ford J Pennington'!
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If it's finality and selectness
that appeal to you with pro
nounced style our HART
SCHAFNER & MARX styles
will hit a responslvo chord.
They are in accord with Tash-
In tho dictionary of trade
there Is no more important
word ithaiv! SATISFACTION.
Satisfaction In stylo satisfac-
tion in fit satisfaction In
quality satisfaction In price.
All this and more to be
found In our clothing. If )ou
nro particular about jour ap
pearauce you'll be luteieblcd
in our SPECIAL SHOWING
Host rail and Winter styles
ft EXACTLY ONE-HALF
We slncorel) Invlle youi In
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR
LOAD AND INVITE YOU TO TAKE
NOT TO LEAK; TO STAY IN THE
GROUND 15 YEAR8.
THE ONLY PRACTICAL CELLAR
hardware & imp. Co
Muse (EL Sherril
ALL KIND8 OF FRE8H MEAT8
DELIVERED TO ANY PART 0 THE
South Wesley Street
j illt'iWrilll LwLVI a. l m
A superb train- jte I
I Not juit an ordinary tram but an extra- jJ I j.W
Not juit an ordinary tram
A tram that cts the pace (or other
follow soincthiiiR in advance of
ehe in the Southwest.
The Katy Limited
is ill a class by ltlf. It Ins established a
new rciord for comfort and convenience In
travel from Texas
To St. Louis unci Kansas City
Till limited train of unlimited cnnifern Is
brilliant') lighted throughout! and equipped
CHAIR CARS-more attractive ami more
rmufuitatile than uftuttl Nit " c t n f a
SLLLPLRS that ire put a little finer than any
previoiuly built hi'(er ladies toilet rumm detitat
lavatories dijiii! window aei ecus electric fam-
electnclcrtli hijIiU ulifcrvaMun rar
The Kaly Limited Willi ili
Companion I rain the Katy Flyer
give the Kily tu f.-ittrauiitliily (Witlithrtiuahcliiiiciriatiil sleepers
lo bt I oim Kaieo) Clt) ami poinu North am! I ut
All you ner 1 rcincitiW NO V litplinninfa trip I o lilltawurj Kte
V. A. KING
D. L. LOVEJOY
I lv.. -loom new boiiiio on StowariUSt:. ?t ........
i. mi l nrre. all liiOdem roiivcnicnceir "
iro than wc ntiV. foi the pace gooimern:
SK room model n Iioiu- couvonlenato
Lhett street. A bargain easy teruisIorJvl
Six room house on Soul'i King 8trecu
i'i Tin ee
iv One gi
good cottages close In.
good blicl: land farm of
Rugs anp Mattings next week
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THREE NIGHT8 A WEEK:
MONDAY WEDNE8DAY AND FRIDAY.
COURSES IN ENGLISH BOOKKEEPING AND STENOG-
RAPHY. ENGLISH INCLUDES PRACTICAL GRAMMAR
LETTER WRITING SPELLING RAPID CALCULATION AND
WEST LEE STREET.
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It's ECONOMY to Buy a
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All effected parts aro thoroughly protected with asbestos Insur- 0
Ing the greatest amount of heat from tho fuel consumed. 0
Lvery oven is nluininlzeu producing the only ovou Into' lor which 3$
is bright nnd clean )et thoroughly
V vjiii"iim (1UIVIU.-.I itumiHM.!) v.vin.ij tiviikiub (cuervptr uiauu oi p
;' cold rolled yellow motal onensed In cost Irpn and steel !if
0 The most ornamental sorv cci giving longest lived rango on tho 0
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j:j We stand back ot a C1AI1LANI).
U Como in now and let us demonstrate this Stovo to you It's ?j
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S. B. BROOI
l. n. byrds Oils and
S. D. PERKLIES
s In wall papers juBt at-
;..;.!N..;..;..Mipply )our wants making
Ised at the sizo and qual
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Note iheso little polulB jet 0
the) go s long ways towards 0
nal.ll g a perfect Range You 0
ma) not eonsldor them of 0
rrficn linportanro but Just 0
Ieavo one of Ihem out nnd see 0
how It will effect the llangu. W
The Garland oven Thermom- H
cter enables jou lo tell at a A
glance the tomperaturo ot tho )d
ov en 0
Hvory pleco of Iron molted
and firmly riveted makes air 0
.tight Joints nnd Insures last- tt
ing itualttlcs. X
I'ho flro box linings aro ex- g
Ira tlilcli lubitrlng safety when f
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