The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 2, Ed. 1, Friday, September 2, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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GREENVILLE. TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 2 1 !0
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WTE SEII ANJP RBCOHMENB
nrT in' i 'toti iii i ' ' 1 1 i ft t.-N - rwyv rii
mm M&aej 1111 B
Usery piir guaranteed. A now p ilr tieo for oser) in I'
that does not sscar satisfactory to juu Tor .Men Women
Now shipment of tho Celebrated
eclsed for Ladles and Misses
0n)" Hosier) Just re
vUsYJ? (In jsT
E HOKE SMITH
WI1I nnmo hoko smith ... .
FAVOR HIS NOMINATION
THE PRESIDENCY IN 1012
Behcve They Seo Victory Ahead for
the Democratic Party In the
Alhnta (H Sent. 1. Tim Don
cratlc State contention met horo to
dnj with two thousand delegates lit
attendance. Tho adoption ot a plat-
Torm in which some slgorous uxprcs
Blona of hope for tho National Domoc-
lacj s slctur) Is anticipated. Is tho
principal business scheduled 'lliu
coiucntlon will .ilso foimallj nonil
mle tho Slate candidates chosen at
tln recent prlimr) Including Hoke
Smith rut Goicrnoi He-fore tho con
mention mot It was slated thete mlg'il
he a light to plice In tho platform i
P nnk ondoisliiB statowldo prohibHIm
A losolullou endorsing Holvo Smith
for Pie'sidciil r tho United States In
t!)l!S was adopted b) tho consoiHIni
tills artornoon. It declared him "en
Iiien(l) fitted to perform tho arduous
duties of tho high office of Presl
dent" and wni submitted by Palte'
ton of Spildlng
! TROUBLE IN PHILIPPINES.
Upt'liHj Is Reported In the Province
of Nueva Vlscaya.
Manlh Sopl. 1 An uprising
against the Government Is reporiel
In tho proslnco ot Neusn Vlscnj.t A
cortstnbiihry forco Is burning to tho
scoiio ami a biltlo Is expected liourl
Tho rebel ninjeiuont Is liendcd bs
Simeon Mandnce runner Gosornor
Illcos No)t who has long boon n rugl
live from justlco.
-Mnnilnco occupies tho town of So
lano contnlnlttR (i000 Inhabitants
about flo miles north of the Dong
Tolegraph w Ires aro cut and It In !m
posilblo to learn tho number of .Man
laco's fo'Iowers It Is doubted how
over that tho rising Is strlotts
INSPECTED THE FIRE STATIONS.
Result of Primaries
Columbia S C Sept 1 State re
turns Xront the Democratic prlimrles
Indicate Foithorslono prohibitionist
nnd Uleise local optlonlit for Clot
ernor will enter (ho second pi Inn
ry In the Pirth Congiesslonnl dis-
trict tho only ono In doubt Congress
una I'lnloj Ins defented both oppo.
MRS. DILLASHAW DEAD.
Wo Know Lou much tho modern
Hoy requites ot a School Suit!
No pains hao been spared In
bringing our Suits i ght up to the
maximum of durability.
They ato stjllshl) cut tho fabrics
aro handsome but moro than all (boy
niu thoroughly wndo.
'I ho Scams ato doubled nnd thoy
$5 00 $6.50 $7.50 $10 00 to $12 DO
Sizes 21-2 to 17 Years.
Insldo ono of our Good School SUjU
tho Hoy can romp and play and does
not have to ho careful.
& ' rSTS . .. if' Z-
r j jai T7r.rt ' . ii i r ' j
Passed Away at Her Home on Tern-
pleton Avenue Yesterday.
Mih I. T Uillabliiu died je&tetdaj
at noon ji hei homo on I'tmplcton
avenuo In this clt) after an UIiioj
;-of io(r.il months 'lhu funeral will
laKe pHct' xl li t laiu home this after-
noon at o"dui.h and buriil In Hut
Mrs Dlllaslmw was nt the time of
htr death 73 jcarB ot ago and had
llwd in UieenWlIo for six jtars She
l(h hor famllj camo to this city rrom
Dalits She l-aes nn agid huiband
four tons anil five daughters and
mill f i lends to mourn her death
fcho was a nxmibcr of tho Chrlstlui
clmrth Sho was a good woman a nl
llul a consistent chrlsthu llfo
Sho had been sick rot a )oir from
old age hut Saturda morning s-io
n is taken serlousl) 111 with the 'C
ttilt that dentil nine joblerday (o r'
lloio hor ol suffering
The her nieil have (ho 8mpitliy
of man) friends In this sorrow
Will be Held Saturday Morning at
'I ho preliminary teachers Institute
will be hold In Central building nt S
o'clock Snturdn) morning to prepaio
for opening of the schools on Monday.
AH pirents and patrons of the
schools are Inilted to nt(end as mat
tcrs of Inlorost will be discussed
A member of (he Cll) Hoard of
llualth will bo theio lo address (he
(i ichors on health subjects pertain-
ing to tho children jrho School
Ilairil will nlso ho present nnd will
multo talks to (he teachers.
I BILLOT FOR IEGH0 " .
AN AGED DESPERADO.
Waylays and Kills Man and Wounds
Cnrtcrsvlllo Oa Sept t Ariel
wnyh)lng nnd killing a man ninn.il
Phillips at lleisle) Gap nnd wound
Jug llio pursucra Mlllliip Pnnlc
nn aged whllu In in escipcd lo the
hills ind Is now nt llhert) heai
nrmed Plillllps' bond was blown 111
orally oft Vowlcr Is puisuid hi n
sherllt's posso and thrcils of ljnci
Ing are made It he Is captured
TEDD1 II JURIS CITY
THE COLONEL ENDS INVASION
OF SUNFLOWER STATE.
Declare That Former President In
Osawatomle Speech Alllrjned Him-
self With Their Cause.
New Woodman Hall.
Tho suggestion rocently published
In Tho Iler.iM about a now- building
lo bo erected by tho Woodmen Is
meeting with fntor by tho Camps and
seieril members say tho subject Ins
boon (llKiusscvl fmorabl) bj tho
Woodmen and probubly tho suhJot
will boon bo brought up foi actio i
Thoro Is one thing sure If tho Wood
men conclude to atft upon tho Jtor-
ald's suggestion thoy will put up n
hall that will bo a credit to tho ordor
and an ornament to tho city.
ltansis Clt) -Mo Sept. 1. Col
itoosciolt ended his K uisus Imaslon
with an address at Ivans ih Clt) Kas
toda) and then crossed tho Kaw rl
or and began an nctliu day ou lin
-Mfsaourl .f-idee A gigantic crown
bteeled tho Colonel on his uriiuil at
tho Union Station 'I ho hotu.s woit
Jiimned with vlbliors list ulghl eoui
ing from all parts ot MNsouii nnu
'lho Colonel Has glu-u a hmelieoi
lit the llaltlmuiu Hotel at 1 oeloek
and niadi' uu liilounU lalk. At a .!b
ho uddicbsed 1100 pupils lit the Wesi
Poll High school. Officers of thu
Commercial Club tendorod a din
ner to Col. ltuoBoelt at 0 o'clock and
nt 8 oclock he bpeaka In Conunllou
Hall Pion-i Ivuiibjh Cits Hooaovolt
will go to Cnuhi.
The city Is decorated with Amuil
ean lligs Many cobo)s ana Kougn
Riders nro mingling with the crowd
here 'tho Third Regiment of -Mis
lourl National Guards acted as tho
f olonel'H escort while here
Insurgents Are Pleased.
Lawrence Kan Sept. 1 1'iogres
sle Republican leaders in this Stnto
aro enthusiastic In their upi'OVil nf
Col ltoosevell's speech at Osiwa
tomle )oslordi). They declared It
means lr.uch for progressive' Itcpubll
cnnlsm In KaiiBis and that Its elTect
would bo folt all oer tho Nation.
' Ills speeeh demonstrated that ho
1 1. In abbolute aeeord with the luws
u: lhu poop u ot Kansas on all public
quesllous tnlil Senator llrlstow
'Ho eould not luno inado a bpeecn
that eould havo uioro strongly np
pouted to (ha eonsclenco and Judg
ment of the pcoplo of thin State than
the ono ho mndo todiy It will give
progrcssho Republicanism a tremen-
dous Impetus uvoDwhero fiuin coast
(loi. Stubbs was o'luall) rorelblu In
approilng tho Colonel's speech
I regard Ibis as the greatost
spocch Col Houses oil has user
innde" suld Gov Stubbs It will
havo u farreaehlng effect In tho In
(crest of tho progrcsslwi n'osements
In tho Nation "
FOR THE EARLY DUYER IN ALL THE NEW
STYLES FOR FALL ARE HERE FOR YOUR IN-
SPECTION. THE NEW BLOCKS IN GUYER'8
STIFF AND SOFT HATS ARE DEAUTIES.
FOR A COMPLETE LNE OF THE CELE-
BRATED JOHN R. STETSON IN ALL THE NEW
SHAPES AND SHADE8 SEE US.
WE CATER TO YOUR WANTS IN HEAD
WEAR AS WELL AS TOOTWEAR.
See Our Window
FOR THE LATE STYLE8 IN HAT3 AND FOOT.
WEAR NOTHING TOO GOOD FOR OUR CUSTOMERS.
Greenville Shoe Co
West Side of Square "
To pitrons of Wobb Mineral Well
Water rills Is to notify )ou that
Mr Uulanuy Is not helling the Wobb
Mineral Well water any longer and
lliosu desiring (ho water can get
sumo at Ilso cents per gallon at well
until arrangements can bo icado for
9 2 3t A M. Di:FEK
REP. YANTIS WOULD REPEAL
Offers Resolution Asking That Texas
gprcsenlMlvcs In Congress Seek
Austin ex Sepl t. sltniiillton of
.McCu'looh and Nolsun of Kaufman ate
the authort ur n losolutlou Introduce I
'n lho house this morning extending
rinigmtul illons to (Jos. C.impbell ui
his leeosci) (loin Illness and wlshlne
hiiii good health tor lhu riiimo clo
lug with the wish Hut Mr ho loutlu
ties aa uieful iib ho has fin tho hrt
lour )oar ho mi) Use one thousind
)turs" lho resolution was adopted
Mantis or HonderBon sent up n con
en lent losiilutlou asking the Texas
delegallun In CiingreBa (o neck (he re-
peal or lho llfdonlh and a niodlllc.i
lion of the fonrtuoiilli niutndiuont ol
he United Ktnteis Coimtllulon In oi
dor tho "right of the ballot mas bo
taken nwa frinn lho negro into'
lho resolution will cono up tomorrow
Upon niollmi of Gllnmru the House
reconsidered (he solo b) which th-
Hoed) iiiiKiiilment for working con
slcts on public rinds sshh adopled It
the penltintlnrs hill )esterdny
'lho 'IIHotBon niniiidnwut piosldlni!
ngilnrft nciiulrlng of ten thousind
acres Tor inns let rnrnis In counties
was tabled Tlllolsnn declaiod m in)
crimes bad ecaultid rtom thu locu
Hon or convict farms In Uru-orli and
Port Uend eounlles.
FORMER DANKER DEAD.
D A. Templeton of Dallas Dies In
Dillis Tex Sept 1 News was
locelsod huro ibis niornlng that 1) A
Teniplnton sice proalilint of the
Western II ink and Trust Compnns
mlvicli clnsod hero itwo lears ago
dlnl nt 1 o'clock (his morning In i
Chicago hnspll.il where ho hid been
in quitted lu the IVilor.il Court on
chirgos of Iriegul irltles In eonnec
Hon with tho filiate of the hiiik nml
his nionds deeluo ho died penniless
has Ing (lined nser to (he bank lili
ehl.ito follnnliiK lho banks fulluto
A'ou can got )oui harness or eal
dlo repaired svaehert nnd oiled at
Io)kln's Hardsvaro Store
Vour watch rcpilrci for less mom1
than the big storo with big expense
T P. Plnlg
Doykln his tho best lino of lann
uowers In the cl(y ringing In prlco
fiom $1 SO In $12 50.
Try mo on )our next svatch or
clock Job I try lo pleiBO Lowmt
prices T P. Vlnlg
I Jones' Cream Parlor
ED. JONES PROP.
I lino optrnd t hl h grade '.i
I'riMin and Cold Drink Parlor ;j
in (he I uilillng foimer) uecu -j
pled h) dm Elite ' Tnu place !
has In i u thnroughly overhaul i
til and In reillor will In con
ducted in i first rl.iHS n aimer
I will into ospeeltilly to Indlos !;
and will haso ono or lho lilcont j
plntts lu tho city I will linn
ill ii th
Peerless Ice Cream
Found at Last.
A chemical process by which dolli-
es can bo cleaned and rubric not In-
jured SuKs (loaned and pleased
$1 2&; BklrlB 75c to (1 00. All work
guaranteed I'lionoa 43
Attention ot tho public Is called tn
tho (act that lho phones at tho old
elty hall should not bo used except
when a II ro alalia Is turned lu or n
policeman wanted All lho elty offic-
ials can bo found at the present bean
quurtoiK of tho city lu tho Schlrt
building corner St. John and I-eo
streets and any ono having any busl-
iihsb wlili them are respeeafully ro
(lUOBlcd to ring their offices at that
place as It la ery annoying to tho
flro bo)s lo bo continually answering
unuofeMnry calls at tbo tiro station
W. P. NORMAN .
Chief of Police
17 Cents a Day
This Is a Binall sum but It buys a
now No. 0 Oliver typewriter Uasy
ot touch durable and wholly dopend
able If )ou aro Interested you can
examine the latest model ot this mn
chine at tho Herald office.
Ellard's Wood Yard.
Handles all lilnds ot dry wood
cord block nnd stovo wood niockt
i per rick stovo wood J2.G0 per
rick. I give prompt delivery. Phones
Southwestern CCS; Now 438 M. A
Cllard the wood mn. tf
nd al' of in) goods will bo of
I I- siiine high Htaml ird I will
MPiirlnLi. our pulronago.
The City Council Visited and Oeelded
Yesterday to Accept Them.
Yesterdiy ilia Mn)or and Aldcrmivs
slslled'tho nosv fire stations on South
Hill and Went Hill nnd nflor Inspoc
tlnn haso accepted them nnd thny
aro now In full eommlsslon
Tho South Hill (ftnllon Is In clnntp
nr Irh) Summon) nnd Is cniilpppi1
with a rombltiillon wagon cnrrslnij
a chemical tank ladder nnd hosn
nnd with n good team ot horses. Is
piopnred (o do olTecthoVnrlt
Tho West II 111 slnllon Is cqiilprml
tho sitno n the South Illll nnd Is fit
chnrgo or 11m Urown
Tho dilscra at Ccnltnl station ir
Cits Hall nio Charley Combs and J
Mellon with the steamer cotuhlnn
Hon w iion nnd ladder wngon Alt or
this appii.iius glsos (Ireenslllo rirst
ejass prolectlon as has boon ilomim-
slrnlcil al rucnt llios which have
I eon Kept rrom spreading.
I HE ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT.
-lijhts Will De Turned on by Districts
to Try the Current.
Mr. Arnold slid )eslorday lo a
Horild leportir (hit lho new light
plent eeoms lu bo nil light ami will
In two or three ln)s be tcsltd by
(inning llghls on ses oral clrculls
Bopnintel) 'lhu lho or Wcdnesdii)
Csonlng doloed nvilleis sonivwhnt
ur lhu noss table -nml one ot tsso
poles woto burned and mntorlnl had
to bo brought from Dallis
Mr Arnold Bii)s lliu) will (urn th
'lghts un tho down town circuit first
nml then ehaugo In tlio nutth clicull
fin ono day 'Ibis will test the mn
ehlnery nnd get It to winking smooth
ly So It will bo but n nutter ot a
fosv dayB until tho now plant will be
put In commission Mr At mild sa)s
so rur tho plant seems (o be running
out all rlghl bill ho will wait rr Hull
nml ncliial tests ln'Corn accepting
CHARGES OF ARSON.
Two More Arrests Made In Connec
tion With the Loie Oak Flro.
Mho nhotirfs form bus been doing
soino flno detecl'iso work In cornier
Hon with lho recent big lire at Lone
Ycslerdi) Sheriff lleniBoll return
ed f i qui llellou bringing with him
Olsy Moore whom ho has now In Jail
on a chargo nf iiipoii Mnoro Term
oily Hi oil In Luno Oik mm was haek
(hero nl tho (lino of tbo recent Urn
Last night Doput) ShorllT (leorno
Unpin rnlurned froin l.ono Oak and
limuUit ( Jill D.ihno) Crnlg. who !fl
nlso charged with lho irlmo of arson
'lho officers havo been acllvo In
himllug up RiiRpeetii coiniecleil u'l'i
tho flro and Inso now thieo men In
Jill charged with arson
Got sour InrnosB ropilrcd at i M
FRE8H SALT MACKEREL
EMoveilies end Notions
Wo nro showing now some ot the ser lstoBt noroltlcs lu Dreai
Itlmmlngi Hags Holts lc In tho Trimming wo havo tho
fine not bcMiitirully embroidered lu gold designs handsomo laco
ss'th gold nml sllvor threads lit the i(ll ovor pattorns at
only 1 to $3 per yd
J.lch banda to match all os-or net In gold nnd silk rich floral
designs sos'ornl widths at 35o to 73o
Itrslan ulnnllc for LolM In sovernl shades at per Inch.... 3o
New Hand lings In lho black loino with tho Insldo purses now
shapos oxcoltonl saluos at DOc to $195
lilaclt patout loathor Ilclts eoo
lHir Note In all colore nt ioa
jjS'ew finished llruld and emu. edging. In colors nt por bunch 19o
Plain I low In black ilud inlors nt 25o
I nncy Hose In most nil polar. nnd lho bliclr some hnnd
umbrlodeiod at ........... 60s
Karelia lu lho medium nnd hrgo Blios many atyles good
saluos nt ;j0
Ptiliey WnUt Sola i)t tluco pieces with Initials nngravod on
them nt 25o
I'.iucy Wnlst Seta two on card many atyles at .... 10o to 53o
Putt) luco nnd wash stoclc tollara nil tho vory newest variety
tbo protty laco Jabots with gold trimming nhlto nnd col-
ored stuck" nt 25c to 503
Ptclly sshllo ssuBh stock Collnrn svllh Jabots many stylos
it 16o 2 for 25a
Ihiibroldcred Collils nluck Rtyle at 25c
Pretty t nlloied Walsta. svllh tho Btltf collars In (ho whlto.v
itonio with lhu colored cmbrolderod cuffs collars etc. $1.25
lied patent lenthor llolls Willi protty bucklcn at 23o
KfllpRo Hair Pramos newest thing cool at 25o
1 tnutlful Pomlnii olnsdc Holts wllh protty buckles nt.. $1.50
We Want I j
(Hsu uh a trial let un rIiow )ou tho atylos.
SMercer Shoe Co. I
':: "M"M"W'''M :-M":'":"M":--W'':":-M":xm
If It's In Greenville We Have It. i
If you aro not my customer phono mo a trial order
Coinpleta lino of flesh grocerlas nnd Country Produce
linnko a .petlal effort lo keop asurylhlug In Country
Pioiluto lino rnrmers aro roiiueBted to bco me for
bast prices on what tbiy haso to Mil. It It's In town
svo have It or will get It for )ou. Wo want n Bharo of
your trade and will troal )ou right
R. L. TOLBERT
$ New Oatmeal
New Barrel Kraut
To tho breeders and owners nt high
bred horses or Hunt county I will
open up a first class training slablu
at Pair grounds. Por particulars ad
dress A h Mayhew 237 N Wrlglt
All Kinds or Wood.
i; M. Donley successor to A. 11
Turner nil Kinds of wood Phone
ijio your svanlK. Doth phones
Greatl Greater! I Greatest! 1 1
Prices on matting linoleum art
squares and all kinds of fiiriiltur.'
Wall paper of laU'sL pattern and lo.'
CIIANDI.i:it tho Purnlluro Man
To breeders and owners of high
bred horses ot Hunt county I wl
open up a first class training stable
at fair grounds Greens Wo Por par-
ticulars address A L. MAYHKW
237 North Wright.
A Look Into the Future
You will readily seo how you can
buy on tho Installment plan goods unj
hardly pay more than rent and yet
own the goods II. 8 Chandler tha
furnlturo man will explain to you
IISS PEARLE HUNTER
TEACHER OF PIANO HARMONY EAR TRAINING AND ALL f
BR.NUIS Or rill TOOOf :1J3C. ?
Purilnilir l i un t sni i" I I er nn Uu i ml advanced X
grndu students Tu murine a spin lalo In all ian witioui which
no artistic results e i in d Pi 1m lals. as needed will Y
lo thoroughly taught in thesu grudos 'terms uud partlcutais nn
CLASS WORK FOR DEGINNERS IN MU8IC. Special cluses
for ehlldren from six to Iwelvo yearn ot age Kaeli cbiiw limited
lo (en whleh onablo (ho leather lo glvo much Individual attention
No homo practice ioiiilroi Notalion linger work tlno study and
all fundamental prlmlplu thoroughly (aught In pleasing and original
wuys A special fenliiie Is made or this work Children taught
piivntuly It preferruil hut for all foundational study with young ehl
if i1 en class work is superior lo privato. Hiving tho children the great
f tulvantamis of oiupanloushlp icomparlsou and competition 'J own Y
'f. ('OU for twenl) hslfhour letsoiis I'll rt htr liiformatloii on appllci
r Hon .
fichools or Training. y
Waterman Hall Uplsiopal Ladles' Seminary niocose of Chi f
l'reb)lerlan I.adlo' College 'loronlo Canada.
OUirlln Coniuirvatury or Music Oburlln Ohio &
Hi alili nio 23U Hi John Street (Ono block north pf Le) &
Phono (old) 200
IT'S SOMEWHAT JARRINO
to find that after you have completod
tmlldlng that tho lumber used It ot
poor quality ami probably not sea
sonod nt that
Avoid taking any such chancos b;
patronizing this yard and you caa
rest ascured that you nil get Jtut
whnt you ordor
While Tney Last $1.00 Per Bushel
V'VWMvWHM' X-4- M
La oar uay
X Next .Monday our stole svill lie Iu-d nil day Ite-
? member Unit ami orelcr Qroot-riM unci Feed to last you
$ uMil Ynutiliy.
Moore & Jones
Old Phono 140
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