The Greenville Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 25, Ed. 1, Friday, June 18, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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BT E. W. HARRIS & SON.
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GREENVILLE TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 18 1909 EIGHT PAGES.
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DO YOU ATTEND OUR
Under-Purchase Sale Every Day?
If Jou da not you are missing many bargains that will not come
your way again soon. The prices we have made on thli new
seasonable goods would be Interesting to every one if you
would only examine the quality of goods. In every department
you will find unmatchable values such as these:
; Handsome embroidery flouncing from 27 to IS Inches wide
9 dainty patterns suitable for full
."We bought It at a special price
jam out aunng una sale you hate choice at per yarn only 4&c
'Handsome embroidery Ior waist fronts or dress panels la many
patterns could not be "bought again for less than 75c. to $1.25
Allot er 'embroidery In the many patterns' fine sheer goods ex-.
cellent values at 75c to $1.25 per yard now only ...4go
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Unusually large lot of remnants In the calico lawn domestic
percale jinghAm wool and cotton dress goods all new goods
"but bought'to short lengths at special prices Also a few styles
inshort lengths .taken from our regular stock every piece isark.
ed extremely low' now go in this sale at '53 1-S per cent oft; T
Dainty 'remnants of lire embroidery and ribbons from 1 to 6
and 7 yards all bright n&jv goods marked not? 'at one-third oft.
Dainty waists in the lawns Jximmed with lace and embroidery.
most in large sizes also our regular line of da!ntywhite waists .
ome hand embroidered long sleeves very best material. These
waists are now marked from 48c 69c-74c 94c and up to $2.63
Handsome dress skirts Ja the very ""best -wool materials !a
"black; "blue tan gray brownf etc. plaited' and plain bell styles
well mad. All bought at special prices we otter the lot now
Including "many of our new styles In regular stock at 25 per
Lingerie dresses In the dainty white pink .blue champagne
eto nicely trimmed with lace and embrolderjvIong . sleeves
"empire nd princess styles. Values from $2)5 to $10 00noxj-
3. 2 -.. .- .'.'. S2l22'to Sf;50
TRIBUTE TO J. E. MAYNOR.
His Death Recalls incidents of Man
To The Herald: The announcment
OI lue uuaLU uk . r.. o;w .....-.
to my mind the sad occasion which
twenty-nine years ago worked the be-
ginning of my acquaintance with him.
xt- hair v.Tthir Sam Anthony a
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most promising boy about elghteenj
years of age had died at College Sta7
tion after a long and painful illness
through which I had watched by his
bedside. I was accompanjlng his re-
mains to ur home in Kauiman rauuij.
No sadder experience had ever come
into my life and I sought In vain
throughout the train for a familiar
face. In some may I was attracted
by the kindly appearance of a fellow-
passenger. I told him. my trouble
and that I -would need some assist-
ance at Dallas. I was not disappoint-
ed. He did everything in his power
to aid and comfort me In my dis-
tress offering to watch with me dur-
ing the long hours of my stay In Dal-
las while waiting for the Kaufman
train. I excused him from this kind-
ly service but his sympathetic acu
Is a very sad thlng but It is very pleasant on the ether hand
to have your home nicely furnished. This you can have done
at -a small expense by buying your furniture wallpapeY. lin-
oleums baby buggies etc at CHANDLER'S.
Th place where goods are marked In plain figures.
! B.S. Chandler
I North East Corner Square
dresses tine sheer material.
value irom 75c to $1.25 per'
and words bestowed upon an entire
stranger without any claims whatever
upon his attention made a profound
and lasting Impression upon my grate
ful remembrances. I have since then
felt a deep and ever abiding interest
in his life and the announcement of
his death orings to me a feeling of
peculiar sadness. Peace to his ashes.
V. W. GRTJBBS.
PANIC IN OPERA HOUSE.
Fire Breaks Out During Matinee at
Mt. Pleasant Tex. June 16. A pan-
1 nne nurrn-nriv avoided at a matinee
performance at the Webber Opera
House this morning wnen nre urutve
out In Brown Son's grocery on the
first floor of the building beneath the
Several women swooned and othe's
were slightly injured In the rush for
exits when the alarm was sounded.
All escaped without serious injury.
The. opera1 house was damaged $2000
Miss Grace Arnold will leave this
morning ior a mo "
FARMER IS FATnLLY HURT
J. A. BAER THROWN FROM A CUL-
TIVATOR YESTERDAY. '
Team Scared by Train Is Thought
He Cannot Recover From
Special to The Herald: '
Clinton Tex. June 16 A probably
fcvtal accident occurred one-half mile
east of Clinton at 3 o'clock this a"f
ternon. Mr. -J. A. Ba'er was plowing
cotton with a cultivator when a pass-
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wfirwmm ocii nam Bcarca uie icaui
which ran away.
-Mr. Baer wa3 thrown from the cul
tlvator and suffered several ssVcre In;
Juries. His jaw was fractured "ils
collar bone broken andseveral ribs
broken so that they penetrated Use
His physician was In Greenville at
tending the Medical Association and
was phoned about the accident and
with a surgeon from Greenville made
a quick trip In an automobile reaching
the wounded man in about twenty
After ai examination the physicians
said Mr. Baer could not survive and
may not live through the night.
Mr. Baer is 71 years old and was
a soldier in the Federal army during
the Civil War comlngito Texas after
the close of the war. He Is survived
by four sons two of whom live .la
Honey Grove and will be here tonight
HOGUE HASN'T GIVEN UP FIGHT.
mIs Attorney is Preparing Application
For Writ of Error.
Dallas Tex. June 16 Desplle thu
fact that the cb'urt has passed sea
tence after refusing to grant a motion
in arrest of judgment W. J. HoguS
flie years' term in the Atlanta prison
has nqt given up the right fort fre-r r
iloa In 'Iks. IVa-3ri-"i5 '1- ;- jfJTWsUY-ST-T
Judge . K. Meek (granted AtCbrne1t" ' '
J. w. Kearby until July is. within 1
which to present his pleadings In au
application" for writ of error and
an appeal to the circuit court at New
Meanwhile it looks as It the con-
victed man must go to the Atlanta
prison tomorrow night when the Unit-
ed States marshal says the word.
Should the writ of error be granted
however and the appeal taken to the
New Orleans court an appeal bond
can be arranged even after Hogue has
entered prison just the same as It he
had remained In jail at Dallas until
the bond was perfected.
MUST HANG FOR MURDER.
Leader f Louisiana Kidnapping Gang
Will Be Executed.
MahnvlIIe La. June 1C The first
news of the final condemnation by
hanging ior complicity in the kidnap
ping and murder of Walter Lamana.
was borne to Lenardo .Leonardo Geb-
bla by his aged mother who came
from New Orleans to console him
The Lamana jouth was kidnapped In
1907 by a party of Italians who de
manded $5000 ransom from the father
Lamana. Tte father refused to pay
this amount and the lad's head was
severed from his1 body -which was
"ound in the swamps of this parish.
The boj's father is exerting every
effort to act as executioner of Gebbia.
Six other Italians are now serving
ife sentences in the penitentiary for
lompl'.city In the crime.
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FIRE AT ATHENS.
Entire Block In Business Section of
the City Destroyed.
Athens Tex. June 16 Five early
today destroyed an entire block of the
business section of the city causing
a loss of $30000. Buildings destroj-
ed. Include two brick stores the MiT
ler & Miller Fosier-Dutting-Cotm ell
buildings and the Evans & Braham
Other losers through the fire were;
Miller & Ilojal attorneys; White
Swan restaurant; Judge McDonald li-
brary; W- T. Estace library. The
fire was of unknown origin.
Miss Olivia daughter of Rev. S.
H. Casey was operated upon yester-
day morning for appendicitis at a lo-
cal hospital and was reported Wast
night as doing as well as could ba
An Auto Injured.
Yesterday morning the automobile
ot J. P. Yates was struck by a Katv
freight at the Stonewall street cross-
ing and was considerably smashed.
The chauffer was the only person in
the auto and was 'unhurt.
TO WHAT EXTENT
As a rule unfavorable crop con-
ditions affects trade on the whole
adversely but a real up to date mer-
chant finds his best opportunity In
lho conditions which unfavorably af-
fect most merchants. Merchants is
A rule take fright at the first could
and so to speak seek shelter in a
atorm house while a good merchant
sticks to the battle ground makes
u formidable fight holds the atten-
'.'.on admiration and confidence of
the public supplying every advantage
ngood times ho'dlng all his old cus-
tomers and securing many new cus-
tomers for the reason the man In
tie storm house Is no longer avail
able. I am not in the storm house
my stock is stronger better and we
re Dressing huslness ns never be-
U.'6re with results 'very satisfactory.
Our buggy department which Is now
iKelvIng our special attention is by
far better provided with cholcy ve-
hicles than ever before and the lib-
eral patronage we are receiving de-
spite the little dry spell proves to
P& not only the advantage but the
necessity or braving every storm
)nth complacency. We are now
larsely advanced in the sale of our
JcJrth great shipment this season.
We are offering the greatest quality
tugsy this season ever offered Hunt
tpunty trade. Our styles are exceo-
vjocally pleasing. Try us for every
measure of satisfaction and we shall
fcot disappoint you.
n G. H. COLLINS.
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WOUNDED BY AFRICAN LION.
Encounter Occurred In District Where
Roosevelt is Now Hunting.
Nalvasha Africa June 15. A mem
ber of the party of Selous the noted
African hunter and George McMillan
a nephew of the late Senator McMil
lan of Michigan was brought In here
jisterday. mortally wounded by a
1-oc The man's name is Williams
ard he was in the service of McMil-
lan as secretary- The encounter with.
the lion occurred in tne souk Qistnct.
where the party had been shooting.
fc The Roosevelt party left here ten
dajs ago for the Sotik district but
nothing has been upard or tne expeui-
tIon slnco Its deDartury'
sy Will Hereafter Patronize the
Chicago June 16 Owners and"pub-
lishers of dally newspapers holding
membership In the Inland Press asso-
ciation will patronize the open market
for print paper Instead of getting the:r
material by contract nnder a decision
of the association reached last nignt.
The representative of a Canadian pa
per mill asserted he would furnish pa-
per at a figure which the represen-
tatives ot rival concerns declared was
lower than the cost of manufacture in
the United States.
Sending Out Booklets.
Will N- Harrison secetary of the
Commercial Club has Just finished
mailing out 125 booklets on Greenville
and Hunt County. This Information
was asked for by farmers from other
states who contemplated moving here
this fall and winter and from the way1
things look now old Hunt will have
the crops to convince them that all
this county needs Is more good pro
. m m
The postoffice has received and is
selling the new Issue of stamps for
the Alaska Exposition. The stamps
are colored rad and have the words
"United States Postage Alaska Expo
sltlon." In the center Is a picture
of Secretary Sewad who bought
Alaska from Russia when he was Sec-
retary of Stale.
Gone to Vermont.
Rev. E. P. Ellyson and family of
Penlel left jesterday morning for Sil-
ver Lake in the Green Mountain'
Vermont to be gone during the sum-
mer. There he begins a series of
meetings. Mr. Ellyson Is president o:
the Holiness University at Penlel.
Buried in Dallas.
The body ot K. h Lowensteln was
taken to Dallas jesterday morning ac
companled by the family and Masonic
pall bearers mentioned in The Herald
yesterday. The funeral and burial
were at Dallas yesterday. The family
returned home last nlsbt
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Payne an
nounce the forthcoming marriage of
their daughter Opal Elizabeth to M-.
B. F. Huckabay on Friday eenln5
June 25th at S o'clock at their home
on South Wesley street.
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is Not So Well.
Sheriff Hemsell was reported as
worse last night and Is In a serious
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Dr. A'vln Sick.
Dr H. -T Arvia Is reported as con-
fined to the 'house again by . sickness.
ASSOCIATION IN SESSION IN
IN THIS CITY.
Opening Day Was Both Enjoyable and
Profitable Some Excellent Ad-
dresses and Papers.
From Wednesday's Daily Herald:
The opening session of the 59tn
semiannual meeting of the North
Texas Medical Association wa3 held
yesterday morning at' the King Op-
era HouBe. The meeting wa3 called
to order at 11 o'clock by Dr. C. T.
Kennedy of this city
The invocation having been deliv-
ered by .Rev. W. T. Hilton pastor ot
the Central Christian church Dr.
Kennedy Introduced Major Jos. F.
Nichols. On behalr or tne citizenship
of Greenville Mayor Nichols wel-
comed the members of the associa-
tion to this city assuring them that
they came not only as friends of the
local physicians with whom they were
acquainted but that he welcomed
them for every man woman and child
in Greenville all appreciating the no-
ble work and high calling ot the med-
ical profession. Mayor Nichols stat-
ed that he owed much to the local
doctors who assisted the city adminis-
tration in sanitary matters. The lo-
cal Board of Health were in a great
part responsible for a cleaner and bet-
ter Greenville. The slaughter houses
ot this city were discussed by Mayor
Nichols and the association was told
that many entertainments and lunch-
eons had been given In the killing
rooms of Greenville's slaughter hous-
es. Mayor Nichols closed with a glow
ing tribute to tne medical profes
The address of welcome on behalf
or the Hunt County Medical Associa-
tion was ma'de by Dr. Milus Moody
ot this city. Dr. Moody is a ready
speaker a thinner and in a most cor
dial manner told the visitors of the
hospitality the local doctors desired
to show them. When he had finished
all present- felt at home Slowing
that they were Indeed welcome In our
Dr Kennedy now introdcad Dr.
.T WJ Largpnt of Mr-KInney plialdent
ot Via uoscciation Br IjeiVijhiii
come and his remarks were both
forceful and wiity. Dr. Largent Is one
of the lead'ng members of the medi-
cal profession in the Southwest and
his worth Is appreciated by the North
Texas Medical Assoslatlon. The full
text of the remarks by Dr. Largent
"Mr. Major and Dr. Moody gentle
men: On behalf of the N. T. 31. so-
ciety I wish to thank jou and your
people for the very cordial welcome
you have extended to us upon this
occasion. Greenville always knows
how to do the proper thing and never
fall3 to do It The great medical
profession of North Texas has a warm
pulsating heart overflowing with love
and good intentions for every man
woman and child under our profes-
sional care. We also have a desire
to do everything In our power to
protect the health of you and yours.
prolong your life and aid your healtn.
Our reasons for meeting together on
occasions ot this kind Is that we maj
add to the armomentarium ot oui
knowledge so that we may more per
fectly do these things for jou. We
come to jou as honest honorable
gentlemen and In welcoming us to
j-our city there is very little dangtr
ot any violence being done to your
sense of moral rectitude social aig
niti as good citizens. We are in
deed glad that your city has been
nursed by an honest Christian c::i
zenshiD. until you do not have with'n
your city paths that lead to saloon
doggeries gambling dens and other
places of Immoral resort. How gran
tilne to any people to accept hospi
tality as their guests that they can
justly feel that their standard of civic
morality is such that It does not en-
danger the morals of any man who
Is trying to keep pace witn tne ue3i
ot citizenship and who .may possibly
be fighting an ImmoraFheredlty giv-
jn to him as a heritage of the past.
CJreenWlle Is just what we would ex
nect It to be. When you take an In
ventorj- ot the profession In jour
aildst you couia not Keep some oi
the best men in the profession in
Texas unless you jourselt was able
and had made good. You hae one
man within your city without the
profession that I wish to mane some
references to. I feel that the entiro
profession of Texas should hae ta-
ea some more definite steps to show
their appreciation ot this man. He
has done more for the perfecting of
medical laws for the good of the pro-
resslon and for the good of the pub-
lic health than any man outside of
the profession In the state. Not onjy
has he done this from a medical stand-
point but he has alwajs stood for
everything that would elevate the
moral standing ot the citizenship of
the state of Texas and Indirectly re-
.innnrt to their honor and the pro
tection of their health. I never thlnlc
ot his name or near z menyonea oui
I wish to do him honor. 1 feel that
the entire profession of Texas would
be proud to do him honor. I refer
to your distinguished citizen. Bea
Looney. (Applause.) I am one ot the
men who believe in giving men flow
ers while living Instead of waiting'
until they are dead and putting them
on their graves. I believe that there
are many men filling premature
graves by not being given the propsr
praise and encouragement. In other
words the flowers which were justly
due them while living. Ben Looney
could have anything within the gift
ot the medical profession of Texa3.
'It Is to some extent like kissing
your own wife instead of the other
fellows. The moral Is: you might
prevent your wife from kissing the
other fellow. If I were not a Collin
county man I -would acksbwledza
that Greenville is the entire italic
TI" but you all know that Collla
county and McKinney is the spark-
ling gem on the snow white bosom of
the state of Texas and sends Its beau
tiful rays to Illuminate the entiro
state. Greenville is only a little less
inasmuch as it is only 32 miles on
the sunny side of Collin. All othee
members of North Texas from the dif-
fernt places who are here I am sure
are -willing to acknawledge that
Greenville is the entire thing. You
would expect as much when you take
Into consideration and compare the
places they come from with Green-
ville. We men from Collin county for
the present will have to forget our
own and acknowledge that Greenylllo
Is the whole thing. We thank you
very much for your words of wel
Dr. Largent now presided over the
meeting and the minutes of the prev-
ious meeting Vere read by Dr. H.
L. Moore and approved by the asso-
ciation. Dr. J. S. Turner of Dallas now read
a most interesting and Instructive pa
per on Neurasthenia or Nervous Ex-
haustlon." This paper was ably dis-
cussed by Dr. Benbrooks of Rock-
wall Dr. Carnes of Hutchlns Dr.
West ot Waxahachle Dr. Bond ot Ft.
Worth and Dr. Peak ot this city.
On motion of Dr. Moore the asso-
ciation adjourned until the afternoon
The association convened again at
1:30 p. m. in the opera house.
Dr. "Bond of Fort Worth read a
paper on "The X-Raj- a Material Fac-
tor in tha Cancer Problem'" which
was discussed by Drs. Shelmire and
Dr. J. O. McReynolds read a paper
on "Sympathetic Ophthalmia."" He
said it is gerjfrally "5-jpposedi " at
wjien Ih. ajar.io-7c 2 and a KfSss -oyo
placeotn tSat all danger la jVcr.
But It is not so. The other eye fs
apt to be lost. Numerous instances
from doctors all over the land prove
this. The question is how long shall
we retain a wounded eye? Leading
doctors say there is no rule to guide
on this subject. Is there any theory
on Sjmpathetic Ophthalmia? No.
This paper was discussed by Drs.
Jojce M. L Moody West and Crow-
der. Dr. McReynoldV closed the dis-
cussion and in reply to a question by
Dr. Moody he said sympathetic oph-
thalmia can be trace'd back from tea
dajs to seventy years. HeTilmself
had traced one case back sixty years.
Several cases of sympathetic oph-
thalmia were reported.
Dr. M. M. Smith ot Dallas spoko
on "Management ot Tuberculosis.
First he said an early diagnosis
ihould be made and many are afraid
to have a diagnosis made. Tubercu-
losis used to be a death warrant but
'.here is no reason for that now. The
patient should bo told at once what
Is the matter. So as to havehis co-
operation and assistance In 'getting
-rell. It should be made a business
matter to get well even to spending
money. Recovery may extend over
aionths or years. Instruct the patient
md his family in what is necessary.
The majority of cases must be treat-
Jd at home. He recommended living
n a tent with rules for diet and
strict observance of rules. He spoke
it the appropriation of $300000 for
a state sanitarium for the indigent la
fexas andthat Gov. Campbell vetoed.
L Candidates for governor have to
declare how they stand on prohlbl-
ion or Bailejlsm. They should be
required to tell how they stand on a.
sanitarium. This paper was discuss-
ed by Drs. Hoard Balrd ani Beeler.
fhe latter thought patients should
be "taught to expectorate and not
3wallow sputum n) largent scored
the Governor for vetoing the appro-
priation for a state sanitarium tor
Dr. Erwln of McKinney read a pa-
per on ten cases of Spinal "Meningitis
and the use ot serum. Cases where
the serum was not used all died.
Case3 where it was used Recovered
except In one or two Instances. The
paper was discussed bj- Dr. Benbrook
Dr. Cook of Fort Worth who obtain-
ed and used tne serum in the cases
reported and Dr. Chase Dr. J. C
Carleton of Bonhamv read a paper on
Diarrhoea in Children In summer. He
attributed it to eating decayed and
infected fruits and .meats and is 3
sort of ptomaine poison. Discussed
by Dr. Benbrook and Dr. Beeler.
Dr. Beeler read a paper on "Ex-oph
thalmlc Goitre" advocated qulnjna
Dr. Shelmire read a paper Report of
Cases. Dr. Wood read a paper sub-
ject unannounced but dealt with dis-
cos eries of Anesthetics Pasteur Treat
ment DlphtSerla Antitoxin and other
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