Greenville Evening Banner. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 97, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 20, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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OFPICE OlST WTLSBtl3STC3-noW S'TEEE'X
GREENVILLE.tEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 20. 1901
MANCIPATION IN COURT.
DEAD MS A THIRD TERM.
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E V ERYBODY
Awaits Our B.ig
Struggle to Close
Out at the Finish
oFEach Season . .
wen its iNowumawcr -
its on in uooa anape
"We have gone through and culled out all goods that need
selling tn& put the touch to" them that always' snakes them move.
(We never carry goods ever and its hecanse" we-always cut
the price. There are merchants who say they never cut the prieg'
and don't have to sell their goods but we kinder think it necessary
to give .the people BIG BAK GAINS to get them to take goods
which are.-en the brink ot.being oat-seasoned.
CERE ALWAYS FOR CUT
PRICES AT THIS SEASON j: :
AND YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED
Wanted to;CeIebraie and Needed Some
. Maeyand Clothes. -
ANOTHER WfflTECAPPER tf CAUGHT.
' JS ?RESPECTFULLY tfj
1 LDRGH DRY GOODS CD
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It isNovv Time for
Cold Lunches Ice Tea
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dorrtforcreiLthat we can
ri-ir 1 LixiT-nr -. -iivr ..;WK
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tnat is the best to be
Our line of fancy cakes leads
Fresh vegetables and straw-
berries every morning.
J. D. Middletoii.
Accident and Health Insurance
z : For particulars "and rates in best company see : :
HOLMES INSURANCE AGENCY W.SSr!"08'
Office on West Lee Street West ot First National Bank.
Horace Bailey Makes His Escape From the
CoantjFnrm bat Carries a Bullef wWad
Some Scraps to Fill in the Dy"s
Happenlnri and Other Notes.
It was S to; be expected that the
emancipation exercises would bring"
grist tcthe courts and most people
expected it to commence emier than
it .did. The ambition to participate.
in.n celebration attired end equip-
ped for a position on the ground
floor is productive of many ques-
tionable transactions. Hence the
case of Henry -Erriuia not 'unusual.
Ervin needed raiment andtshekels.
His ray-day came Jon; the'' 20lb.tat
least twenty-four hours too late. His
anxiety outran his honor so he
armed himself with a Katy pay
check one to which hohimself had
added the finishing touches and
started. ont to have "a time' At
Rodman's store on the south' side
ho found what ho needed in the way
of raiment a pair of pants a collsr
and tie. Of course.he corjdn't cel-
ebrate without pants as he needed
spacious pockets in which money
woula rattle. He bought the pants
handed over the check which .was
drawn for $17.50 and received back
$13 in cash. Then he went 'to the
picnic. Itadman presented his
check at the railroad ofiice and' it
was pronounced a forgery. He "re
ported the aflair ana&a&nties Vol
Tin and l?yle lock ho'
him by the description ihi
his pants. He protested
Utterances of Postnaster Scoonover
Ertension o! Free Delivery.
IDE REPORT OF ALDERMAN GERMANY
Knocked the Council Ont and the Light Has
.all Cone Figures as to the Cost are
Given Postofflce Department Ready
'When Reqnirpmeats Xre JHet'i
1 1 5B). extension of free mail deliv-
ery ij Greenville' is as dead 4a the
third term in the white house. An
effort was made last year at this
time and is being repeated to accom-
modate every family within the cor-
porate limits of the city with free
delivery. This could only be done
byadding another carrier to the
present force. This'the department
is ready to do; bat in order to do.
ajs the corporation is required to
-do three things name the streets
in the suburbs the same as in the
mc: central portions number the
houses and extend the electric wires
so alight could be placed at each
letter 'box.'Seven letterboxes would
have supplied this territory about as
well as the presoUttemtoryis sup
plied; But here was the "bugaboo
that spoiled the wholes
On the 10th of this month 'the
council' held a Tnoetinjr and this
matUf was laid before them as
plainly aa possible. Previous to
this however Mr. Germany and
myself had rather carelessly driven
over the territory and selected places
for the lights In this council
meeting Mr. Gdfmany was asked
Uorjnestimate rtf the coat and from
f 0-BajB Offerings
- New Ribbons
4New Lacs ' ?
New White Lawn
New India Linon '
New Linen Batiste.
Another supply Ladies Sleeveless Vests
The; Best line Lace Curtains Counter-
panes arid Table Linens in Greenville.
Be Sure to'
See. Our New
'THOMPSON'S GLOVE FITTING."
The Newest Novelties are Here.
Plenty of Njce Fresh
Just received at
JOHSS & GO.
232 west ijEE otseet.
Our Special Sale
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"Every day is a special sale day with us
and wo can make it to your interest to
price our goods and examine ourim-
mense stock of groceries. Wo buy in
large quantities and can afford to give
you tho inside on prices. We.havoiio
loader in order to catch you but give
you everything at jeasonable prices.
We Give First-Class Goods.
And Try to Please All. . ; .
Gome and see the largest retail grocery
Uvalde Honey just received.
Moore & Jones
P H O N E 140
The Leading Geocekymen.
A tint csn IniOrc Xjrpewrlter forlc or rent.
ed he knew nothing of the tr
ion but there seemB to be.Tery 1
doubt as to his identity. He began
his celebration about .4 o'clock yes-
terday afternoon. It will end many
Horace Bailey a colored individ-
ual seems to have conceived the idea
that his mission is to make court
records and give the police officers
exercise and' along this line he has
been quite successful. At the last
term of the county court he was
fined and sent to the county farm.
"He found life too dull out there so.
yesterday evening he made a break! was bio St.
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knocked all extension clear out
of the council and to tide over this
shock it was referred to the light
Jjnamittoe who without thought sat
3p upon it so hard that the light
jgall. gone out of it.
p do W X havo gone over and meas-
1 every foot of this line and hnd
ad o 0 feet long requiring thirty-
Tes but add four mafang it
ed iiJThese at-$3 each make $120;
butitr np the poles 20; cross bare
1 lei its $10; heavy wire $86;-conJ
praff believo you call them $28
iiravtotal ?26ii. 'i'hese ng-
Ville Fom "" wermany s omce.
ixjs too small ror a cor-
lant ought to pay this
and pay all fanning
have not been able to find him.
Constable Bo Bey pulled 3 negro
who is charged with wife beating.
i liroier 30
j" ' rreatly
AJsaloon fight took place on tholf W
ntlioacf nnrnr hptwPfin two White."!.
'nn-n Knf Koilfit AcnnnArl . "Vfiirrnpfllue
nbnnt town snvUailev was shot andiimed t
badly wounded but he hasf eitherjerpowii hotel 5gpstice to our neigh-
hid out or is being-successfrlSibn- f kingi) outside of the present
tj w-o4 "t tha .lifioflra t riR Ivie Jelivery limits. These
tcuicii. "j u"i - 1 '-1-' r -
jiyiui; Liiuir tu. vu mio
d have a light to its
ell as those who live
ter. While free de-
eof us anything those
st from the office
statements' that tho
taced just where it
f the council wake
flpanfarra rtf "nvflrv
Clint McKinney who stands charged8 .'Jffmyjthin vonr grasp which
with whitecapping. He is supposed"- . Jv V our neighbors c
to have been one'of the party who
attacked Hindman's woodcamp east
Caser & Noble
134 Bast Lee Street'-1
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southeast comer between two white
men. One used a knife and thfhville
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other is1 nurBing a gashed hand. JJtown a irolina.
berious injury was done other thawing oug'
anoli n rem Via ranttifed in court ) ureenv For
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Deputy Duff camem today from JUU. LET X'
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urana oaune oriugujg wjiii uu- -- r-jte
n( Oninlfin a ahort time back. He
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was tougeu iu jiui uiu ujuLiiiug u
await arrangement of bond.
A plea' of guilty" was made in' the
county court by a party from the
lower part of the countywho was
charged with destroying some fence.
Justice McDaniel dealt with a
plain drank today.
The Modern Beauty
Thrives on good food and sun-
shine withplenty -of exercise in the
open air. Hen form' glows with
health and her-face blooms with its
beauty. If. her system needs the
cleaning action of a laxative remedy
she uses the gentle and pleasant
Syrup of Figs made by the Cali-
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only.
f Tern v town xms cost
slab'lis? and theso popple
or iaai .." v -ri-j-toj th nnot.
have ent-w eady to ha7e
Ud a cf50116 whenever these re
ris est.iI2f'e met.
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rcTjJent Apply to Mrs. C.
M. iAnderson North King street. 97
To Come to Our Big
Sale. It Only Lasts
J Saturday June 15th
Saturday Night 26th.
lyou can reach two
or three towns in'a day
Ithe number is only limited
byithe long distance service oithe
1 roe Soathw estern TeieerapB
l sad Telephone Co.
Yours to Serye
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Jones, J. C. Greenville Evening Banner. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 97, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 20, 1901, newspaper, June 20, 1901; Greenville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth121650/m1/1/: accessed May 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .