The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 288, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 16, 1910 Page: 2 of 4
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Why stay In your hot kitchen
baking bread when wo ctin do
liver ynu iv loaf each day for y
onl d cnu Think about thl
WESI END SIEIIH BftKERY
C CAMEHlSH Prop.
TEXAS TRACTION GO
"THE CONVENIENT WAY"
And Intermediate points.
For Information call upon any
agent or address
JAS. P. GRIFFIN Q. P. A.
M. R. FEWELL A. Q. P. A.
Ui mon Tcias.
THE AlORNINCi HERALD
BY E. W. HARRIS & SON
Entend at the postoftlco nt Green-
ville Texas as second-class mall
Tuesday August 16 1910.
WEAVING THE FABRIC OF LIFE
e .ire daily weaving the warp and
Ci.il lining the threads heie and
Of a garment vvhich tlmo will alone
That 'tuns woven In haste or with
One weaves this garment In sorrow
Another with Kindness ami Joy;
One strives the highest results to oh
Anpviier no arts doth employ.
Out nenves this garment with laugh
ter and song.
Another with hndness mid gloom;
Kadi varment's a product of right or
A it coui.cb from tho weaver's
Ono weaves a garment of beautiful
Through which run threads of gol.l.
Carefully 'sorting the falBo from the
Dividing the now from the old.
Each garment li woven In pan and
Of threads the Fates hnve spun.
And each garment rellccts tho weav-
When the weaver's taslt Is done.
Weaving in sunshine or weaving lu
Weaving in gladness or strife.
We each have a duty a task to per-
form In weaving Hie Fabric of Life.
S. O .1.
COLQUITT'S VICTORY AND ITS
lllio n basis of agreerrnt""i)eiwPM
them InipoMlhlo hj tholr flarce wn
upon each other on tho question i
statutory pinhlbhlon. They clawi
and dcnouniid each other to the ib
light of those who wore running t i
political mnihlne with unerring p
About this time Senator Halle en
icicd the State and turned up I
Houston. Even In Washington be ha
Kept himself very well apprised of Hi
progress of the campaign but In Soul
Texas he learned the details Thqs
in direct charge gavo hlir counsel
The net d.ij ho appeared at Calven
and heard Judge Polhd?ter speak
mid spoke himself to a great throng
tn the afternoon Poison.illy he pub
Hi ly pledged himself to Judge 1'olu
dexter and spoke a few words of
friendship for him. Otherwise he r -fused
to be dragged Into the cam-
paign. Not ouu word of criticism did
ho uttor agninst Colquitt neither dil
he say one woul for submission. Hut
frum that ila tho Ilallej Issue pushed
Itself n trllle further to the fiont The
Senator Unruled at length tlirough
the State malting iiIkuiI the sam
speech he mndo at Cnlveit. This em
phasizci! lilin more nml moro as an
Issue onl) ho did not overlook his
Then the day hefolo the election
and In tlm city of Clalnesvilte he
plunged Into tin campaign expressed
hlirsoir ai the filend of I'olndcxtei
saiu bo would vote for him and then
put himself squarely on lliu Colquitt
platform Ho denounced bis eiiemlej
and declared against State-wide im
lilhltlon and expressed himself heart-
II) In favor of "local self-government '
This was the climax. Thousands of
his follow lug who weio Inclined to
Polndoxter though more Interested hi
tho Senator made the break all along
tho Hue and Colquitt nnt swept Inlo
the nomination by a large plurality
That the Senator honestly preferred
Judge Polndoxter to Colquitt we liavo
not the shadow ot a doubt but that
ho foresaw there was no hope for
I'olndovtcr Is equally true. That lie
pieroncd Colquitt to either Johnson
or Davidson mi ono doubts for a ino
inent. and that thojisnnds ot tits
friends so u'i.lerstood the situation
J. us'clear as. a sunbeam.
That Judge l'olndexter was sincere
and honest In his aspiration to lie
governor and that thousands of his
friends vvoio equally as sincere and
hail no part hi the wellordorcd com-
bination to the contrary wo do not
doubt for a niom-nt. Hut the luilg
and they were the unwitting victims
of a plan of which they had no dufliilta1
know lodge and for which tliej had no
fort of lespiiiisibllit And the le-
suit Is that Colquitt is tho nominee
mid Judge I'olnilextei was Hl.iiighloi-
ul without mere) In the house of
his uncalled fileuds. Hut ho far as
we aio concerned we went down in
defeat as we knew we would follow
lug Johnson with a conscience void of
all sense of any sort of ruspunslbilln
for tho success of Colquitt Nu onn
can point to us and say: "Vou helped
to do It." Home and Slato.
f A F li H II 1 ai If W
The Klnil Yon ITavo Al'vuys nought nntl wlilcli lifts been
lu ?tso for over 30 ? cars lms honio tho slRimturo of
a mill litis been iiimlouiiilcr lits pcr-
jr j j?fl-? a sonal Mipcrvlslnn sineo lis liifmicy.
yiXcAtti Allow nu ono to ilccclvo j ott tu tills.
All CntliitcTl'elts liii'liUloii" nd".Tiixt-lis-iooil" tiro hut
I:1ktIiiiimiIs (but. tilllo villi nut ciHliuiKortlio health of
IiiKmiIs uittl ChtltlPtii r.erii:iico njjiiliist Experiment.
What is C ASTORIA
Cnilnria Is a harmless nM(stilu(o for Castor OH Paro-
Korle Drops miii Snolliliiir Syrups. It Is l'leasant. It
contains neither Opium. Morphine- nor other Narootlcj
Miboliincc. II l nco I" Hsjiimrmilei;. H tlostroy.s "WoiniH
nml nllujs Toot Willi's. It cures Diarrhiua ami Wlml
Colic. It relh-M's TiM-lhliif? Trotlblrs euros Const Ipntlotl
nml Klalitleiiey. It jisslnilliUi-s tho J'oimI ree;ulatPS tho
Stoiunelt nnil i'ovieN Kivln healthy null mittiral bleep.
The Cnili'.ieii'ii raiiacea-Tlic JIother'H i-rh-ml.
GENUINE CASTOR1A ALWAYS
Hears tho signatures oi
I THE PEOPLE'S DEPOSITORY
;!; W. H. DUSH President P. A. NORRIS Vies Pros. ;
JNO. L. LOVEJOY Vice Pre. L. N. DYRD Active Vice Pre
8. D. BROOKS Cashier.
. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
OF GREENVILLE TEXAS
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30 1910.
Loans and Discounts VA 997 29
United Hiatus llond and Trcnilums ICG 000 00
I'liniltuie l'Utuica and Heal Instate C WO 10
Cash mid HxcliaiiKu $182 2t9 33
IK-ii'And Loans 129 913 47 312 1G2 Su
United States Depository
F J PHILLIPS. President. H W. WILLIAMS Caihler.
JAS ArVMISTEAD "-Pies. W. A. WILLIAMS. JR. A.st. Cash
J W. aillUiiUMU) .bw vaoii.
QCO. B. PERKINS V.-Pres.
IFI HAD ONDT P13T ffiaf
trmjj now .
n 'f Ai --
BANK ACCOUNT WOW
'X .!. F. J. Phillips
i y Gso. S. Perkins
J X Jat. Armlstead
5 J. M. D ykln
: Y J. D. Clayton.
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Y REAL ESTATE INSURANCE AND LOANS.
I PLUMBER lk
2 i :
' . in fi V THEIR LOSSES IN GREENVILLE FOR MORE THAN THIR.
i oimiii alliums num. v
X A HJ . A ?A..
.. r.c rri ulj iMtr nrcirr iAr r cine nniiADc
X : 'i Y
I Weathers Grain Go
4 ........-. .iT-L-.TW ':..- . . l.
HA VIC ' - -
X --. t
It ( HHPH HB HBlHRr iH nHHr B X
1 f z
; ; t y :
it - . T
; IJve Slock Plato Glass Accl A y
Total $1 02S 0CG 21
IT IS NEVER TOO LATE
TO JLE AI2N; -START A
Capital ir.O 000 o9
Surplus and Profits 20 288 22
Circulation 150 000 00
Hills Payaulo 50 000 0J
Deposits G52 3CS 02
Tho election of Colquitt by a plur-
ality -tote Is the logleal result of a
vvoll ordered and a hucetisbull)-eXB-cuted
ulan It was never Intended
to bo otherwise Wc saw this at aa
early btnee ot tho campaign ami tiieu
and there resoli ed to have no part or
lot in It And while all our Inclina-
tion was to support Judge l'olndex-
ter as tho irost available prohibition
candidate for the position yet It vvaj
just as plain to us then us Jt is now
that there was no moro ebanco for
Ills success than there was ror 3.
Martin Jones. Ills vote would bo
much more e.toustre but the tuguliuj
foreseen wiib Just as apparent it
suited the plan exactly for JiiiIr.)
Poindexte. to be the prohibition can
didate after it was assured that
Johnson would be lu the taie to the
llniBh Tor the presence of Johiikou
l'olndexter and Davidson In the taco
made tho Italley iiuestiou tho iloni'l-
uant issuo from tho start. Por tho
most part it uns beneath tho sur-
face but its Influence was dlioctlirj
and shaping matters In such a way
as to prevent either Joluibon or Dav-
idson over becoinJtiE the noinlueo fof
It wub a partof (he plan for I'oln-
doner to divide and hold as large a
pajt of the prohibition vote frpui
Johnson as possible while thu samo
jdaii looked1 to Colijultt not only t'j
divide ihu -anti prohiblUon vote with
Davldkon but capture It bodily. The
l'ort Worth Record the. Iioustou
I'obt Jucob W'oltnrb and other strong
IJaJley intlueucus massed themselves
round ColquMt and along with them
nonie of the woalthy corporations it
tho State did illtowlso. v few of the
Htrong Italley (pohlbltlou 'fallow Jus
ninsbcd theireelves around Polndex
tor and tho battlo was Joined So far
us both factions of tho ilalley follow-
ing are concerned their ono dominant
JbouEht was not to giermlt etltber
Jobiibon or Davldbuu to reach the
Gov e uni ship and to preient It titer.
Mori euout-h of them so related to
the plan to switch either to CoIijulU
or to Polndtxter as the- relative
tn.tiBtli of tho two developed. With
tbe prohibition vote hopelessly dlvld
cd oeiween Polndexler nnd Johnson
and 'bo amt-proltlbltloa voto virtually
''unrted on Colquitt It vas as easy a
the ule of throe to vce who "would
gci ihu Domlnatloo. Tbo bulk of thu
Jiailty leaders' kuow It tlieu us welt
as they Know It now. To aid them in
tbp dovoiopment of thplr plan l'oln j
done and Johnsovu rendered anythluj'
The KM You Have Always Bought
im Uso For Over 30 Years.
fHl CtNIIlN tOMHHV T i ! TH' tT. NCW TOR tlTV.
Tolal n 028 CSC 21
Tho above statement Is correct.
8. 11. I1ROOICS Cashier.
J. M. SPURLOCK
DR. CHAS. T. KENNEDY
R. D. WADDLE.
S. D BROOKS
L. N. BYRD
S. O. PERKINS
WIillo n billllaul banquet to Col
quilt was being given at the Orien
tnl Hotel last Momla) ulKln by the
citizens of Dallas six pistol shoti
raiiR out on i:im Stieel and a lui-
l.oeper his wife and her mother full
dead In their blood Tho barkeeper
was full ot whisky and the shootlns
was the result Yet Mr Colquitt vvm
tho candidate of the saloon imi. nn.l
bo Btands by the saloon as an Insti-
tution of tho State (Julio a numboi
of those at the banquet "that nlKht fa-
vor saloons. They say tho saluou has
a rightful place in our economy and
"helps business" Yet It slaughter
Its hundiods in Texas. Homo and
Sa8 the Waco Tribune: Senator
llailey Is an able man a student ami
has read hlstoi.v. It would seem that
In the very absolutism bo exercised
over the iron about him ho would find
admonition to relleetlou lu sway sucu
as was ncronhd Mm there Is the buk
KHstlon ot dinger tho dnnger of In-
evitable loacllon. When tho pondu
lum bwIiirs loo far one way It surely
osclllilos us far In the opposite ill
tectlon This Ib n law that never
falls In ancient (licece when an Intll
vldual grow potent and popular to a
UoB-ne the Male deemed his Influence
and presence a menace to society nml
his exllo from Alliens followed Kxlle
Is not practiced in tills dav and Iniul
but political parties and peoples soirv
times exile men from power. Henatoi
llalhiy is a man or great ability anil
bis sway and popularity with a laiRi
Hlemetit of Texas citltenslilp Is uhau
lute. 'It Is so absolute that tie-
thought of luactiuu Is Irrosistable
The future must decide us to that
Ouu thing is certnln to-wlt: that irony
of .Mi ltalIo)'s fellow cltliens lu Tex
as it'ifard bis nbsobitlBUi as some
thing Hint is not good for Democrat-)
nor for tho people at largo Men who
u'c consclontioiiH lu that belief and
who also dissent' from roinnieiulatlnu
of Mr. llalloy's political course and
methods are not likely to chaiiKo tholr
vlows Hut at (lalreston llioso men
welii powerloss even If Ibey were
courageous and consistent.
There Is moro Catarrh In this see
Hon ot the t'outry Ihnn l o'br ilb-
nasos put toeellier and until tlu last
few joats wns supposed to bo Incur
able. For a great many years doc
tors piououuced It a local dlseaso and
prostrlbod local remedies and by con
stand fulling to euro with 109a'
treatment pronounced it Incurable
Science lias proven catarrh tu bo a
constitutional dlseaso nnd therefore
requires constitutional treatment
JIuII'h Catarrh Cure manufactured by
K J. Cheney & Co Toledo Ohio I
tho only constitutional cure on (lu
market Jt Is taken Internally li
doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful
It ucts directly on tho blood and mu-
cous surface of tho system. Tbev
plfer ono hundred dollars for any
case It fulls to cure Scud for clrcu
lors nnd testimonials.. Address
P. J. CHUNKY & CO.. Toledo Ohio.
Sold by druggists 7Dc.
Take Hull's I"a Hilly Pills for consll
. m n
Got your harness repaired at J. il
WANTl.D liood J 01 he I Killon row
.Mul be a b.ngaln. Old phone liSJ
WANTHIl 10 cords wood foi -.iliool'
YV. O. l'oole.
LOST A lockel hoiso-slioe with gli
liead In center. Tinder leave at o!
heo and leculvo reward.
I'Oll MINT Office on west side
squ.uu over llnseiibeig's Apply to
Jus. Aimlstead. SI ('.If
r'Olt SAI.I2 Two extia good .leisej
ows fiesb. Apply to Ihniiiett I.vi
ton at Coneoid Now phone 01 1 J
isyT' O s.
(Wra v HsV
i'sj IV. . " VW S. IH .'.
W. H. RUSH.
MRS. V. A. KINO
DR. RODT. 3AYLE
P. A. NORRIS
JNO. I.. LOVEJOY
M. A. JOY
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HAVING MONEY OF YOUR OWN enables you to borrow
moro money when ou want It to statt a business of your own.
MAKE OUR DANK YOUR BANK.
Wo pay liberal Interest consistent with safety 1 per cent.
A. F. Rlchter
T. R. EaBt
O. T Graham
L. A. Clark
E P. Becton
H. W. Williams
Mrs. W. A. Williams
M. M. Arnold
C. B. Jones
W. B. WIsb.
Mj:XM;-s-.-v-.---."i-.v vw v
r Snecial and Summer xi
When 1011 come here m make your
Wall Paper sileitlun ou have a
jlaige v.irictj f 0111 which to clioo.c
I and our iru is are low enough to en
ihl on 10 -eeuie iho 'iest
i'OIt HL'.S'T Two bilck stores Iron
September 111 sf. Apply to J V. Mc
Toil HUNT llulldliiK oceujikd b.t
WcsIimii Union Telegraph (ouip.111)
Seo (leo. S. Perkins.
I'OIt ltHNT Second story room
.'.U7S with partition. Call on or phono
J. K. Cooper old phono. S tf
WANT to sell two huge luls near
West Yards for one hundri.it dollars
each. S. 11. ITttcr.
211 West l.eo Street I
Shut man cor Houston and Wuluut St I
REMEMBER OUR BIG ART DEP'T.
California Pnelflc Coast nml
Colorado points All Summer
reso ts ltoston New Yorlt lluf
falo. Chicago St I.nuls Mem
ilih Southeastern Volntk on
u'll.. ildllv lln.lli-il In net niKt
j ). for return Stopovers at pleas
ore going routining or boih
!; ALL TEXAS HEALTH RE-
1 SORTS on sale daily 00 day
I X COLONIST RATES TO CAL-
RMA coiniiicneliig Aug.
$23 00 one way
GALVESTON AUGUST 20th
$ri 10 round ti I11 giving you A;
nut stoimvor in Dallas and AlES
-... . . n 1 ... .. I
luu ti.iys in uaivesiua auu
saving jiibt half in sleeping car -j-1 tattmnmcxnn:2H:::myitwsm::m:!
1 WHITE FIRE TORNADO PLATE GLASS LIGHT-
NING ACCIDENT AMD RENT INSURANCE IN OLD RE-
LIABLE COMPANIES WHICH HAVE PROMPTLY PAID
THEIR LOSSES IN GREENVILLE FOR MORE THAN THIR-
TY YEARS. THEY ARE STAYERS AND NOT QUITTERS.
WANTUD A buyer for that lionutl-
lul lot on corner of South Slonevval1
nml .Marshall strcots. A bargain b
FOR RENT Nlep furnished romn for
gentleman close lu lonvenleut tn
biiHlucsb section all modern con.
leniences. Addiess "X" Clt 1. t)
lin No 195 giving inmu II
I'Oll SAI.I-lli0 ones of black land
nonr liojd; will cut lo suit purchnsei
A Ibu tour t-room houses and two
vacant lots in (Ireenvllle well located
11 T. Yeatheis.
YANTU1) l'lirchaBor tar good s'x
room dwelling; corner lot; cistern:
situated near Wosloy church. Now Is
tho Hire to secure good homo S. It
(Jl.lYlJIt TYPHWIHTEUS 17 cents a
day. This is a small sum bill it bii)&
a now Nu 5 Oliver Typewriter Ihu
of touch durable nnd wholly depend
ahln. If you nro Interested jou can
examine tho Litest model of this ma
chlno at the Ileralad office.
Ellard's Wood Yard.
Handles all kinds of dry wood
cord block and stovo wood lllocks
(2 per rick stovo wood (2.50 per
rick. I glvo prompt delivery. Phones
Southwestern 5C5; Now 438. M. A
fillard tho wood man. tf
Nature Gives Timely Warnings That
No Greenville Citizen Can Afford
DANOHIl SKiNAI. NO. 1 cornea
Iron tho kidney secietloua. They will
warn ou when thu kiunois are sick
Well klduo)B uxcietu a ileai umhur
until. Bleu kiUuos bond out a thin
lnlo and foamy or a thick red HI
smollliig mine full of sedlmout aim
Irregular of passage
UAN(ll';i( SIONAI. NO. 2 comon
from Ibu back. Hack pains dull and
heavy or sharp and acute toll ou of
sick kldniiis ami warn you of thu ap
troach of diopsy illilxies and
Uiigat'b aiaeaae. Dv-u's Kldie Pllli
cuio sick khlne)s and emu thein pur-
UHiuentt.. Hsres (ireonvlllo ploo'
J 11. Amy farmer two miles souti.
of (Ireenvllle Toxms su)s: "Wbon I
begun taking Dunn's Klduuy I'llls a
tow mouths ago I was In bad shape.
Tho'o was a constant dull pain lu
tho small of toy back: which was
most severe when I stooped. At
night I had to gut up several times to
pass tbe kidney secretions nnd m
nnuoed greatly Tho Mdno secre-
tions vvero also highly .colored and
painful in passage. 'PJie contents ot
two boxos of Doan's Kidney Plllr.
piociirod from I'ord & Pennington's
Drug Stoiu checked the trouble from
my kidneys and lessened (he pain III
my buck. 1 oati strongly ucnmiueu.l
this oxi'cllant romody to my friends
Tor salo by nil doalers. Price 60
cents. Koiter Mllburu Co Buffalo
New York tole tigents foi (he
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other
-J. PROFESSIONAL CAHCS. .J.
250 W. Leo SL Both. Phones. A
IProtect your Property
MD.US L. MOODY M. D.
Practice Limited to
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT. I
Otllie West Lee Snoot over Ota-
ham Urutheis bioru.
C. C. & WILL CANTHLLL
Physicians and Suiue.ns.
Otficu ut liijsiclaub and Suiguoiis
I rciircsent Leading Companies
and am prepared to vvrlto-
and Plate Glass
Joe tfectou. cdwin Becton.
DECTON 4 BECTON
Physician and Surgeons.
Otficu upstaus over Aiehiu ilorrls'
Itaciot Stoiu wet side squaie. Uoth
DR. GEORGE A. WELLS
Qraduate of A. S. O. Klrksville Mo.
vU..wuu auu u.iuiuiuauou i'luo.
J- H. FRCHCH
Pliyolcliii and Surgeon
uuue at jiooru it launch a Urujt
""i". JieaiycHLO BOUIU lloustUU St
Old pliouu 177.
E. T. SPEAKES M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
iiL'Siduucu tiiuno No. 6. Oftico at
vv lice a Ding stoiu
C. MOODY. M. D.
Physician and Suraeon.
Olllco upsuiis over thu lieall Hard-
ru uuu iiupiuuuml Company Store
SAM G. DUFF.
Office over Commercial
lluuk l.eo HtrooL
SHCRRILL MULKEY HAMILTON
Offices at Greenville and Commsrce.
lid. II. HuuuetL J T. Jonoa
BCNNETT i JONES
Office Is ttuylu bulldlug northeast
corner of square.
Practices lu all tbe Courts. Office
lu Hchitl llulldlng over II. N Whlts'a
II. 0. Uvuns 11. u Carpenter
1 EVANS & CARPUNTEH
OfH'-ii is (Mjiiminiml Nuilonal Ham
See Nix the Wood Mm.
P. II Nix still soils cord beator.
stov'owood and coal. Stovovvood 12.50
per rick bealor (2 00 cord wood J3.5D
per cord on contract. Now phona-stl
Try mo on jour noxt watcli or
rtoik Job I try to pluaso. I.owcat
plcen T P Flalj
Office (leo's Drug Store
Undei graduate Oraud Haplds Vetof.
Inarj Collogu of Michigan.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
(This tltco card Is printed for the
Information of tho public Its cor-
rectness Is not guaranteed by tlm
publishers of tbla paper.)
MISSOURI KANSAS TCXAS.
No. C Flya r 10 1 20 a.m.
No. 202 1:20p.m.
No. 10 Limited 9:45pm.
No. 201 11:05 p.UL
No. 202 IHEim
No 9 Umlted 7M5a.m
No. c Flyer G: 30 p. in
FEED AND COAL
Ofilcc nml Warehouses on
St. John Street Opposite
ISoth Phones ti.
l'Tre Automobllo Tornado
IJve Slock Plato Glass Accl
ueiii surety jionus represent- .5
lug tho " Host Companies only. Y
B. O. Wylie & Co i
Phono No. 192.
Offlco over First National bank
Mo. 222 10:30 am
No. 221 ..11 :10 pm
No. 223 t:lGs.m
No. 727 Dally ex. Sunday.. 7:00.m
No 207 1:15 p.m.
No. 2CS 9:20a.m.
Mo. 738 Dally ex. Sunday... 5:15 p.m.
No. 261 10:2S am
No. 735 Dally ex. Sunday. .11:15 a.m.
No 736 Dally ex. Sunday 10:05 a m.
No. HC2 4:0Sp.ut
Nu. I Mall and Express... 7:58 s.m
S'u. 5 Ixme Star Umlted. C:00pm
No. C l.ono Star Limited 9:15 a.m
No. 2 Mall and Express . 7:35 p.m
No 101 3;38a.m
No. 103 3:07 p.m
No.102 1:17 a.m.
No.101 ... 12:38 p.m
I Fresh. Fish i
I W.H Wilkins Market 1
Offlco at Modol Presslug Parlor J
1 Old phono 370 Now phono 293 i
French & Moore's.
Both Phones No. 28.
IF YOU ARE NOT
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE.
Harbuck . Son
Old Phone 192 New Phone 204
Weekly Herald $1.00 Per Yeai
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The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 288, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 16, 1910, newspaper, August 16, 1910; Greenville, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth115204/m1/2/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .