The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 125, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 8, 1910 Page: 2 of 4
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W.F. Norman & Sons
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THE AIORNINQ HERALD
By E. W. HARRI8 & SON.
Entered at the postofflce at Green-
rllle Tei. as second-class mall matter
Tuesday feb. 8 1910.
THE CRUSE THAT FAILETH NOT.
lb tlij crus-c o comfort fnlllnc.
Rise and share It with n friend
And through all the joars or faiiiluo.
It shall sunu thcu to llio cud.
Love dlvlno will till thy store houso.
Or Hi) handful mill reuuw;
Kcantj fnru for one will ofteu
.Make a rojal feast for two.
1 r tho heart grows rich In slvlns -
All Its wealth is living rain;
Seeds which mlldow In tho garner
Scattered 1111 with gold tho plain.
Is thy burden hard and heavy?
1X thy steps drag wearily?
Help to lift thy brother's burdou
Clod will bear both It and thec.
Lost and weary on tho mountains
Wouldst thou Bio t amidst tho
Chafe that frozun form besldo thoe
And together both shall glow.
Art thou wounded in life's battle?
Many stricken 'round thee moan;
dire to them thy pieclous ointment.
And that balm shall heal thluo
Is thy heart a well left empty?
None but God tho told can fill;
Nothing but a ceaseless fountain
Can its ceaseless longing All.
Is thy heart a living power.
Sulf-entwined its strength hIuUb
It can only llvo by loving.
And by serving lovo will grow.
Mrs. Elizabeth Humllo Charles.
A PRAYER FOR BUSINESS MEN.
"Wo plead with Thee O God for
our brothers who are pressed by tho
cares and beset by the temptations
of. 'business life. We acknowledge
boforo Thee our common guilt for the
hardness and decettfulness of our
commercial life which leads so
many Into temptation and causes ov-
en thu righteous to slip and fall. So
long as it must bo that mnu is set
agal-st mau In a struggle for wealth
help them to nuke their contest In
fcomo measure a test of excellence
by which oen tho Uofcated may be
spurred to hotter work. If any mau
Is pitted against those who have for-
gotten fairness and honesty help him
to put his trust resolutely in tho pro-
fitableness of sincerity and upright-
ness and If need bo to accept loss
rather than follow the others on
c ooked paths. Establish In unshuk-
cn fidelity all who hold In trust the
wealth of others. The property and
welfaro of our nation are controlled
by our busluess men. Help tbcui to
realize that they liuve high public
functions and let them not betray
tho Interest of all fur their own en-
richment. Grant them far-sighted
patriotism to subordinate their work
lu tho public weal and a steadfast
determination to transform tho dis
order of tho present Into tho nobler
and freer harmony of tho future- ut
tho spirit of Christ which goos out
fioiu Thee and which Is ceasolesal
pleading wilhlu us pieall to bring
our business life under Christ's law
of service that all who guldo tho pro
cesses of factory and trado may feel
that high consciousness of a dlilne
calling which blessing only those
who are tho free servants of Cod
and the people and who nro con-
sclouslj devoting their strongth to tho
common good." American Mugazlnc.
Tin. Memphis Commercial Appeal
noting thu impending death ut Car-
lotta tho consort uf Maxlmillian iu
his foolhardy attum.pt to establish
empire on the North American con-
inent reviews tho lucldents of the
romautlc and tragic llfo of tho "Mad
Einpiess" in tho following interest-
Mows comes from Europe thnt the
end ot tho cvEmpross Carlolta of
Mexico is near. Death will soon ro
llovo her madness and will remove
from the ranks of royalty a figure
winch properly bolongs to the .U
tory of tho past ago.
I arlotta was a contemporary sov-
relgu of Napoleon 111. J'lun IX- and
King William of 1'russla. Her brief
and tragic reign wag coincident with
that of Abrahami Lincoln's first term.
Tho public has entirely forgotten
her. Until tho news was received
(bat she was dying many thought bur
dead. To the great actlvo world sho
has been so long removed from the
ken of actual things that this belief
is natural. But sue Is still nllvu
I ntll recently she has beon iu splen-
did phlclal health. Through tho
forty-Are yoars of lusanlty she has
been guarded Iu u litiest of her form
U wss during tho strife botween
lrio status that Napoleon III. with
hit bayonets .net up the Mexican em-
pire Ho reall7Cd that tho lime was
propitious. With tho closo of tho
chll war camo his political untitling
and tho madness of Cnrlotla
Tho war ouco oer tho Mon oo Doc-
trine was enforced Tho Kronen plot
lu Mexico failed. Rebellion in the
Mexican empire was quelled The
brief dream of power came to ft
close. Tho withdrawal of the French
army which hnd placed Maximilian
and Cnrlotla upon tholr throne was
demanded. Anns wero shipped across
tho ltlo Grande to Juare . who direct-
ed tho inoi crneuls of tho revo.utlon-
ary army. Following tho guns went
(0000 soldiers most of them etur-
ans of tho Chll War. Gen. Sherldnn
was In comma d In Texas and tho
retraet of tho Kronen began Immed-
iately. Ueforo this Empress Cnrlotla had
hastened aboard a French liner from
Vera Cruz to Intercede with Napol-
eon. Sho expected to bo reccicd
with Imperial honors Sho received
nonu. Her 'famous Interview with
tho Emperor Napoleon Is a manor
llroken In health disappointed lost
sho If oil fainting alter denouncing
tho emporor ns nil adventurer and.
paneuu. biio net or recoveieu lu-r-or
know ut her husband's captuio
and execution never knew that her
empire was "ouo with .Nlnevali and
Carlolta was )()ni: and boautlful
then. She Isold and world-worn now
mid weary. Sho still believes In her
omplio. The curtain will fall upuu
her thu end will coine mid shu will
meet It with her men'Oiles still
fresh with Iho scenes of her osier
HANDS DR. RANKIN A PACKAGE.
Mr. J. M. ltlcbards of Weathorfortl
who states that ho Is u regular rend
er of the Texas Christian Advocate
as well as of tho Homo and State.
In a communication lu Sunday's Dal
las Now a voices tho sentiments oi
thousands of Democrats In Texas
bands Dr. Rankin tbo following pack
"I am with J on In opposition tu
Cohpiitt. 1 wrlto however to ex
press my dlsseul from and dlsap
proval of jour Into reference to tho
political controversy between Ury.tn
ami llalloy ns calculated lo offend
(hose of us who legard I! .an as thu
ablest living American patrlut ami
statesman and who of nil Democrats
has Ihu .right tu defend the National
platform upon which ho stood lu the
last campaign nud which no Demo-
crat Xioin Texas had n voice In mak-
ing except Senator llalley and his
chosen friends a platform that llal-
ley attack d and repudiated not onlv
In tho Senate but hero In Texas.
ilryan made no attack upon llalley
but IJalloy was tho nggrossor. He
lepudlated tho Democratic platform
and voted with th. Caniion-AIdrich
gang of trust breeders cormorant
protectors and tariff robbers. Ifrjan
the peerless leader of true Democia-
cy and such old-fashioned honesty
its Jefferson taught when he deiruiil-
ed equal rlghtB should bu given to
all and extluslvo privileges gianted
none had the right lo coiuo to Texas
to defend tills assault upon Demos-
racy though made by oven so great
a man as Senator llalley who by his
recent votes and uttornnces has giv-
en more aid and comfort to thu mo-
nopolists of the country than ho has
benefit and loyal srevlco to puro and
I am willing In this campaign to
let tho "llalloy issue" lest but It
can not rest If Insinuations are to
bo made that Ualley ran l)r)im out
of the Stale and that thu Democracy
of Texas has abandoned Ilryan or
repudiated his platform.
I and thousands uf others lime
fought slni'u tho carpet bag days of
reconstruction to maintain tho prin-
ciples ot a tariff for revenue onl)
and lu opposition lo a protective tar-
iff which benefits the favored fuvv and
is against tho Interest or Iho taxi .
the tolling m.inv and wo are stilt
When we abandon this position 1
trust wo shall liuvo enough manhood
and bolfiespect lo openly ubuvli
Iho great Democratic pally and o
boldly declare itllegleiico lo the Re-
publican party of political plumb i
ers. Until thou wo piefer to folljw
Hrjaiilsm which Is but another
name for Democracy oven to do
feat rather than march to biiccesa
led by such ns proclaim themselves
Democrats et uthorntu llepubllcan
This Is no tluiu for division anting
Stalu-vvJdu prohibllliinlsls. Thu Into
patriot will lay aside petsonal ani-
mosities for thu public good
I do not condemn a man bee. tine
uf his past or present f Headship for
Mr. Ilulloy and will votu for Judge
I'oludoxter ur Hon. Cone Johnson
either to defeat thu saloon Interests.
Deafneis Cannot be Cured
by lor a I applications as they cannot
(each iho diseased sjrllon of the
ear. Tluri Is only one way lo cuio
ueani'ss aid mat Is by (oiistltulltiu-
n remedies Deafness Is caused bv
an Iiillamed condition of tho mucous
lining ot tho Eustachian Tubo. When
this luoe is Inllatm-d sou have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing
and when It Is entirely closed. Deaf-
ness is tho result und unless thu l
llaniu'fitlon can lift taken out am)
tins tube tester d lo its normal con
dltlon heurlng will bo destroed for
ever; tilliu cuses out ot Ion ale
cauu-tl Ii) Catarrh which Is nothing
nut an lullamed condition uf tho mu
rous surf at es.
Wu will give One Hundied Dollnrs
lor any ea&o of DeafuoBS (caused !!'
eajarrh) that icannot 'bo mired by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for clr-
cu'ars free. J. J. CHENEV & CO
bold by Druggists 7oc
Tako Hall's Family l'llls for con-
An attack ot the grip Is oftun fol-
loweu uy a persistent cough which
to many proves a great nuooyunt-o
Chamuerlalii's Cough Itemody has
been extensively used and with itood
success for tho relief and cure of
this cough Many cases have been
cured after n'l other r medles had
fatted gold by McGaughey Ilros
and all druggists.
l.io Kind Yott Have Ahvnys Bought nntl which Iins been
la ?tso for over GO yenrs lms
All Oouutcrfclts IiuHntloiiH niiil..Tust-iis.p;iotl"nro but
i:xievliiioiits tlmt trlllo with iiu&ciuhiuirortho bonllh of
Iuruuts niul Children Kxpcrlcuco ngiiliist KxiicrliucnU
What is CASTORIA
Ciistorliv Is n. bnrniless p'lbstlliilo for Cnsdip Oil 1'rtro-
Krlc Hrops mid Mouthing1 Syrups. It is 1'lensniit. It
coutulns iiRlther Opluni JTorplilno linr oilier Nnrcotlo
MibHlJiiiro. lis niro is Kb triinrnutco. It destroys AViirnw
mid nllnys Kcverlsbncss. It cures Dlurrhiuii mid AVInil
Colle. It relieves Teellilnp Trouble.s eures Cinstl(iatloii
mill OTnttilcucy. It nsslinlliiti-s the Food rorulntci tho
SUiiunch niul Itowols vwg hniUby mid nuliirul leoi.
Tho Oillilrcii's Puiiuccn Xhc Jlothcr's .Vrleiul.
CEMUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
v V &
The Kind You Have Always Bought
in Use For
THI CENT.. COMNN1
. CLASSIFIED -J.
4. ADVERTISEMENTS. .J.
FOUND A shoo shop on North Stone-
l''OIt HCNT -Two nicely furnished
moms closo lu lu No. 131 South Wes-
ley stieet. Apply lo Airs. I.ee Wood.
TOR HUNT Two nleo nimt rooms
southern exxjsine L'.'l Utopia stieet
Will N. Iliuilsou. 'J-U.
FOR SAI.K ClIUAl' A quid: muni
range old plume No. 1; new phono
201. 2 8G.
FOlt Iti:NT Two looms to 11 couple
closu 111 No. 2C2 Noilli Wesley St.
Old phono No. 231. 3t
LOST llhicli fur miiir. Finder will
hu lovvnrded by leaving sniiiu at this
FOlt SALi: A nlcu cigar and confec-
llouai) und hook stole. If you want
n money in.iUoi a baignln If taken
quick. Seo It. S. 11 ASS. 1-U-tf.
FOlt KENT Ulachsinllli shop.
location. No coiupetltloii
dwelling. J. 11. Allen Dixon Tonus
ECUS FOlt SAI.i: Hose Comb Ithodu
Island lteds ID for $1.00. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money icfundcd. Mis.
J. 11. Alleu Dixon Texas. 3-20.
FINK lXUJS FOR SAL11 llarred I'ly-
moth Hocks and Columbian Wyan-
tlotts. Whilo I have tho cheapest
they nro also tho host. Plymoth Hock
eggs J1.50 for 15. Columbian Wyan-
dott eggs 2.00 for 15. Placo your
orders now. U. 1 .Mitchell Orooa-
FOR SAI.i: White Wya tlotlo eggs
from tho famous chlckuiiH which I
tested lust eur and fotiiitl them lo
lay ouo egg 11 day for seventy con
secutive dajs after which I turned
thorn out and kept 110 further ac-
count llggs per hulling uf llfioen
fioiu llrst pen $3 00; second pen 51 511.
C. 1) Poole W. I.ee Blleel old plume
lJiUrliMiu pallia lh.11 iieivinle tin
entile HjBlom l.nliilppe coughs that
r.icii ami siinlu 1110 quickly out oil
hj Foley's Ho ey and Tar Is iiiild-
1 l.uutlvo s.ife anil ceiiilu lu le
suits Sold by I' W. (lee
A STEADY DRAIN.
Sick Kidneys Weaken the Whole
Body Make You III Languid
Hick liltltieja weaken llto hod)
lliiotigh Iho coutiiiii.il ilraln.iKo of life
giving albumen lioiu tho blood Into
tho urlnu and thu stibslllutlou ul
poisonous title acid that goes broad-
cast through thu system bowing tho
seeds of disease Loss of albumou
causes vvc.ikuoss languor depression.
Uric polboiilug causes ihuiimatlo pain
iiervousnuss nausea cricks In tbo
back gravel and kidney stones. Thu
proper trcalniont Is n kidney treat
uiuut nud tho best remetly Is Doau's
Klduoy Pills. Great aroeuvlllo euros
Mrs. I. Jin) man 112 W. Leu St
Uioeiivlllo Tux. Bays: "For neai'y
two )caia I was subject to atlai.l;a
of kldnuy roinplalliL Thero was -i
dull throhlug ache across tho small
of my hack which kept ido In mlnnry
niul the klduoy sucietlons weie 110
frequent In pussago. Hoadauhes
wore common and until I procured
Doau's Kidney Pills at Ford and
Pennington's drug store. I could got
nothing that would give mo relief.
They not only removed tbo backacba
but corrected tbo difficulty with tbo
kidney secretions and Improved my
health generally Doan's Kidney Pills
are certainly a fine kid oy remody."
For sale by all dealoiB. l'rlco SO
cents. Fostor-MJIburu Co. Uurfalo
Now York sole agonts for tho United
hemombor tbo name Doan's and
take no other.
borno tbo Blprnnluro or
m nud hits bcuiiinmloumlcr bis cr-
untinl Himnrlttniv niiinn tt.M lnrniit'V.
no ono IimIccoIvo you Iu tills.
Over 30 Years.
tf MURMf RTRCETt Ht W VDMK CIT.
Fur District Attorney Sth DisL:
W. NATT ARNOLD.
SAM J. HOSS.
JNO. 1 SOUTIIAl.U
S. J. .MASON.
For County Judge:
UEOllUn H. HALL.
Tor Cuunly Atlornoy:
T. W. (WAD) THOMPSON.
A. It. NICHOLSON.
N. K. PIlAIv.
J. P. (PITT) COPICI.AND
For Tax Collector:
I 'or County Clerk:
SID U ARNOLD.
J01-: K JOHNSTON.
J. Y. DAUNULL.
PHOF. C1IAHL1CS WltKNN.
W. J. CAS12Y.
For County Superlu'cndent:
JAMES II. UUC11ANAN.
PROF. llllNUY SWIFT.
JOU II. SMITH.
J. J. (JIM) DARNELL.
D. I. ALEXANDER.
W. M. 11KNL?.
M. A. C11ASTA1N.
For County Treasurer:
PllANK P. WOOD.
For Cuiumlssiouer IJlbt. No. 1:
JOHN A. STONE.
1). G. QUATTl.EUAUM.
For Couiii'Jssloiier DIst. No. 2:
For Couuty Commissioner Dlst No. 3;
D. D. (UUD) ENGLISH.
S. P. (PLEAS) COWAN.
For Justice of the Peace Pro. No. 1:
For Constable Piecluct No. 1:
It. K. (1IOU) HAWKINS.
WILEY E SMITH.
For Public Weigher Piecluct No. 1:
JOHN II FHANICLIN.
It. (HOU) E. SI'UADLING.
For Ma) or:
It. D. THOMPSON.
JOHN W. ALEXANDER.
T. E. 11YRD.
F01 Alderman No. 1.
T P. UETIIELU
M. M. ARNOLD.
For Alderman No. 2:
J. II. WHATLEY
GEO. W. WILSON.
"Isle of Spice."
That rare I'oniblnalltin of delight-
ful music witty dialogue originality
of then.' 1 i 1 1 It :t n t liics a clever
Miiiip.iii)' beautiful nuiH'cal iclioims
and a scenic environment which has
been dfsriihcd ns a dream of bil'illl
l.illng lililOKienl color nro said to
be home of Ihu tU.llllit'H lespiiiiblblii
for Iho pheiitiuieii.il success of that
pltiu.int musical mixture tho "Islu of
Hpli'n" which will he the ultractloii
tl the King. S.itinil.iy Kelt. 12lh.
MuiMgor Whllitey bus always been
iiotetl fur Ihu thorough scenic envir-
onment uf his Hptictaciilar tintidu':-
litms niul In the "Isle of Hplto" ho
has. If possible ouliloiio nil pluvious
A Bin Mistake.
It on liuvo not bought that heater
or cook stove furniture racket store
supplies glassvvaru nud qucoiiswuru
nt tho lowest prlco pl.tt'o lu town
II. S. ('handler Is tho man mid" N.
E. Cuinur Square tho placo.
Homo T leiilitiuo Co new illicrlory
vvl'l be pilutotl soon. C.l.l phono
iitiuiJier ICG before Feb. 10th fur any
desired chuiigo In name address llriu
it inio or ollu-i vvlso. 2-110.
St. Louis Globe Democrat.
The St. I.oulu (Hobo Dcirocrat Is
distributed in (ireoiivlllo by J. B.
Henry l.oavo jour orders at Tlsch.
Strictly first class shoo repairing
at moderate prices. Illggar & Win-
ton North Btonovvnll Ht.
Glasses correctly fitted to the eye
lenses ground and made while you
wait. Pr M. Dosow Optician
Ilarluw will take caro ot your trco
troubles. Call on him.
F. J. PHILLIPS President. H. W. WILLIAMS Cashier.
OEO S. PERKINS Vice Pret. W.A.WILLIAMS JR. Ast Cr.
JAS. ARMI3TEAD Vice Pres. J. W. DIRD90NG Atat. Cadi.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
OF GREENVILLE TEXAS.
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS JANUARY 31 1910.
Luniis mid Discounts $G10 G77 02
I). 8. nntl Other Bonds 222 75U DO
I'remliiira 011 Uonds Nonu
DaiiklliR House Furniture and Fixtures 23 CCC 05
Cnsli Kxchango mid Demand Loans 500 112 15
Total $1 ;i!)3 203 82
Cnpltnl (200 000 00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 48 737 22
Reserved for Taxes (Kill) 1 202 75
Circulating Notes ISO D00 00
Deposits.... 050 705 85
Total fl 3U3 205 82
Wu certify this statement Is rnnert
V. ii. l'llll.I.tl'H I'lfRldent
II. W. WIL1.IAMK Cashier
F. J. Phillips
Geq. S. Perkins
J. M. Doykln
J. D. Clayton
A. G. Lantincster
A. F. Rlchter
T. R. East.
A. R. Holmes
Only HtdlaWr Camp titles Represented
utllooSuil North moiil-h ill Mritl
Both Phonos 3C5.
.j. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .
MILUS L. MOODY M. D.
Practice Limited to
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
Office West Lee Stieet over Gra-
ham Utotlieis' stole.
C. E. & WILL CANTRELL
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offlcu ut Phjslclaus and Suigeous
Joe Becton. Edwin Decton
BECTON &. BECTON
Physicians and Surgeons.
Orilce upstaiis uver Archie Morris'
Racket Stole vveit Bide square. IJoth
DR. GEORGE A. WELLS
Graduate of A. S- O. Klrksville Mo.
Consultation and Examination Flee.
OR. T. B. SPAULDING
Office West Side Squat u. Now phoue
170 at nlghL
J. H. FRENCH
Physician and Surgeon.
nrflen nt Mnmn A- I.Yelirh'rt lltuir
Stoio. Residence South Houston St.
Old phoue 177.
E. T. SPEAKES M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
ltcbidcnco Phono No. SO. Offico at
C. W. Oeo's Uiug Store.
W C. MOODY M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office uustalis over thu Deal I Hard
vvaiu niul linpleu.cut Company Store
DR. SAM G. DUFF
Offlcu over Commercial National
Dank Lt.e Stieet.
SHERRILL MULKEY i HAMILTON
Offices at Greenville and Commerce.
llco. S. Perkins Morris 11. Harrell
PERKINS O. HARRELL
Offico over Oieenville Natloual Ex
cbuugu ll.ink. Rooms 1 and 2.
Kd. II. lleuuett. J. T. Joues
DENNETT &. JONES
Off 'co In Saylo building northeast
corner of Bquure
Practices In all the Courts. Offices
In Schlff Uulldlug over It. N White's
1). Q. Evans. II. L. Carpenter
EVANS & CARPENTER
Offlcu In Commercial National Dank
Ellard's Wood Yard.
Jlandloa nil kinds ot dry wpnd
cord block and stovo wood. II locks
(2 per "rick stove wood J2.50 ny
rick. I glvo prompt delivery. Phones
Southwestern EC5; Now 13S. M. A
Ellard tho wood man. tf.
Savo your broken lenses and send
them lu and have them duplicated.
Dr M. lleukow Optician.
i m m
Dr. U. It. Waddle specialist eo
a ; uose and threat Qlastea fitted
Ofor.i House block.
I HERMAN NESBITT?
TRANSFER AND A.
Moving furuitiirc pianos $
heavy safes etc Cniticj X
and shipping a. specialty. ?
250 West Leo Street
Both Phones No. 208.
Protect your Property
I represent leading curcipanles
and am prepared to wrlto
and Plate Glass
R. M. Chapman
TEXAS TRACTION GO
"THE CONVENIENT WAV"
NEW ROUTE TO DALLAS
Ieave Qreenvlllo 10:25 a. m. for
McKlunoy via Katv arriving .McKIn
ney 11:55 a. m.
Leave McICInney via INTERURBAN
12:22 p m. arrive Dallas 1:45 p nt.
JAS. P. GRIFFIN G. P A.
School of Music
MISS GIBSON Dlrectoi.
Complete couiso In Piano Voice
Vlollu Organ Theory.
Studios convenient to tbo publl
schools No' Phoue No. 21)9.
Office Gee's Drug Store
GREENVILLE TEXAS. '
Undergraduate Grand llsplds Veter
inary College ot Ulchlgaa
E. P. Becton f ;j; X
O. T. Graham j!
L. A. Clark X X
H. W. Williams ' $ $
Mrs W. A. Williams ' $ X
M. M. Arnold X A
C. B. Jones $ A
G. L. Rutherford ;!; lj!
4..k...;..x....x...j :.c.xx:-:-xx( : .(
j I W.T. Monroe l
T ill )) I cnsli
Steam and Gas Fitter.
MmiR ffunc :: :: 1
TRANSrER X 4. WHICH
A STORA.QB t fj- JLK
A .... . ..-. A 4
. umto ul .uuuttt trressmg iarior. T
Y Old phone 370 New phone 293 ?
C-X"X:iX-X"XXvV -r-r. - -ea
W. H. DU3H President; p. A. NORRIS Vice Pres X
JNO. L. LOVEJOY Vlco Pret. L. N. BYRD Active Vies Prts. g
S. B. DROQKB Cashier. ?
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OP
OF GREENVILLE. TEXAS.
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS JANUARY 31 1910.
Loans and Discounts ... $B07 031 13
U. S. Iloutls nud Premiums J5G 000 00
Puiultuie Fixtures mid Ileal Estnto 5 S30 10
Demand Loans Cash and Exchange GOO 217 "1
Total fl 170 COS 21
Capital $irU DUO 00
Surplus and l'rotlts 20 03(1 2.1
Circulation 150 000 00
Dopnslls SIO 411 OH
Wo certify this Blaten
W. H. RUSH.
MRS. V. A. KING
DR. ROBT. SAYLE
P. A. NORRIS
JNO. L. LOVEJOY
M. A. JOY
Plvo room now houso on Steward St. south of Park St.
one third acre all modern conveniences. Improvements cost
mora thtin wo auk fur the p'ace good tonus.
SW loom modern home convenient to Utuleson College ou
Pickett strict. A bargain easy leims or will trado for farm.
Six room house on South King street. A haigaln.
Three good cottages close In.
One good black laud farm of IHO or 200 acres for spot
Killingswoi'tfi 8l Massay
M-H-I-M- 'M--!- H - M -
TWO TONES FABRIC EFFECTS AND RICH PLAIN PAPERS
ARE PROMINENT FEATURES OF OUR
IS COMING IN NOW
M-M' 4-M-M-S' -H-M-H- IH -
Both Phones No. 28.
. E3 m ihk tmt h x
Visible Durable Light of Touch.
ou Vjrl For
cai rJiSilfe 17c
one Ui day
No Better Machine Made.
Get Further Facts About it at the
LIVED IN GREENVILLE
lie would surely keep the NEW PnONE; The QUICK
SEItVICE both LOOAL and LONG DISTANCE would
enable liim to CATCH UP FOR ALL LOST TIME during
hu twenty years sleep. You have daily profit in keening
a phone. To ait is to lose. Order now and be ready
for sicloies3 business pleasure shopping etc.
HOWIE TELEPHONE CO.
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II. 11USII. President
B. I1ROOKS Cashier.
DR. CHAS. T. KENNEDY
R. D. WADDLE. "
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