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t5fTH PHONES 93, Thai It Is beginning to 1)0 recognlted
is snown uy xae lounoing 01 annus
trial schools for girls and the Intro
duction Into a fen high schools of
ronrses In domestic science. Dul
these ranch only n few of thu girts
and In the. former tho literary advant
ages do not equal those of our col
leges and universities, through lack of
means and support, whllo In tho latter
the courses aro very monger and con
sidered only a side lino.
"This Is nn age of spec'nllzntlon;
men who recehe cullogo educations
take scleral years of special work to
prepare them for tholr professions;
women who enter any of the so-cnllcd
professions do liken Iso, hut women
who are to ho liomcmakcrs Jump Into
ll at nn time without any thought of
their own fllnoss. Many a college
gradualo. who In her Ignornnco had a
right to piesumo lliat she was wc'l
prepared for life, has entered upon
the duties of a homo to find thai sliu
was prepnred for one thing and ex
pected to do another. And many a
time as she soothes to sleep a crying,
poorly-nourished child, t-ho would glad
ly glie nil her Knowledge of the
Mathematical Proofs of Physics I'm
limine If she could only know what to
do to bring that dear onu liack to
health nud strength. I would not do
predate tho value of culture or a
ti allied mind for II Is best nbli If)
cope with difficulties, hut I would
emphasise- thu need of Infornutlon
adapted lo the work which 0110 pur
situs. Wo have failed to rrnllrp that
hoiiieiimklhg Is a profession, thu great
est work that a woman ran do, there
fore her greatest profession, mid th.it
shu requires special preparation for It
We expect a man to havo special
preparation In whatewr walk of life
ho pursues, and we don't want his
services unless ho does hae II: still,
though wo know that more Is demand
ed of a woman in her home th.tn of
any man on earth, wo don't consider
that she needs any special p ep.iru
t'on, and tho fact that she repeatedly
fails does not shake our toirlldencu
In her. "What u tribute lo Hie gunlus
of w oman I
"It might appear that the girls
should get this training at home, but
that they don't get It we nil know.
The mothers not having been proper
ly trained are not really competent
teachuis and the much that they
could teach from experience the
daughters nru not with them enough
to learn.
"Tiuly no ono eer entered upou
so great a Held of labor with more
courage and less preparation than the
young woman who stops over the
thtoslilrold of a newly founded home.
No wonder when she begins 10 ruallzo
what she has undertaken ami Iter own
Inability from lack of training she gets
discouraged, no wonder she eh.tlcs
under tho seeming restrictions when
she has net been taught the dignity
of the profession in which Bho labors
and does not realize thu vast results
which are coining from the seurnlngl)
homely tasks she performs. If she
could only always ieall7o that the
happiness and Rccurlty of II, o nation
rests In tho happiness and sc-einlty of
its homes; that all the industries uf
thu world, that may look so Impor
tant in her eyos, exlBt only tor the
happlnoss of her home, nud thu others,
and without theso humps i,e could
not exist; that the homo Is abowi all
and all things aro tributary to ll.
if she could only leallcu this and that
each woman Is the greatest force In
her own home for good or evil, that
her h.md Is tho c'osest lo thu helm,
bhe would sen her part in tho build
ing of tho nation and the dignity of
her profession
"Wo aro too prone to regard bono-
making as meie diudgery that anyone
can perform and to think that when a
girl is marriod and betlled down there
is plenty of lime lo learn how to keep
house. If It were meiely a matter ol
keeping n house Hut Idea might do,
but In reality that Is only ono of the
means to tho end uf making u happy
home. 'J'liero Js much moro. Not
only must she ho a'i'o to keep a well
ordered house, hut she liuibl prescrt'o
tho health of her family. She must
know what foods to provide anil how
to prepare 'Iron-, In a hygienic and at
tracllve manner to meet the needs of
tho various nrnmliers of her family
JUNCEMENTS.
ITT AIINUI.D.
HObS).
. Judbt..
"ilt.n ll ItALU
11 iVtlorncy .
I It UtiOtt I'll, MIIL31ST
IWFtJ? Collector
ffi ULL13 BtltDSVJNG.
lor voriuty uicric:
SID U ARNOLD.
1. W. MUSCOU.
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I ,111-13 11 II1IUIX'V
A j. JOR II. SMITH.
I f 'or Tax Assessor:
J. J. (JIM) 1UUNCI.U
'or Commissioner, Dlst No. 1:
,. JOHN A. STONLI.
Tor Commlssloaer. Dlst. No. 2:
1 J HUGH JHNTON.
1 or uonsiaurc, rrcctnet wo. 1:
rmv WILL GREBN.
vlLvor Public Weigher, Precinct No. 1:
JOHN H ritANKLIN.
CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For Mayor:
"R. U. THOMPSON,
E. 3CHin.
Tor Alderman No. 1:
T P. DETHELU
M, M. ARNOLD.
For Alderman No. 2:
J. H. AVHATLEY.
GEO. W. WILSON.
.1 irmnaa-mTTtin rri5gtnTiyiafro,iqgs;.c
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THE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY
PROBLEM FOR WOMEN.
Interesting and Instructive Paper by
Mrs. Wm. Plerson.
The following interesting and In
structlto paper was read by Mrs. Wm.
Plot sou nt n recent meeting or thu
Standard Club and Is published by
rriucst of members of the club:
' An wo glance back over tiro past
and lbo education of her people, we
1 ill e that tSe leachiug of women
beyond the rudiments of the 'Three
R's Is a now thing. Tholr right to
lm-hcr education has bceomo gener
ally recognized only arter many a
Jrard fought battle nnd tho prllllery
of the enemy is still heard refloating
In tho distance The fears of its op
ponents havo proton groundless, the
hones of Ub advocates havo ieeri
1. "gt-lv realized. The higher educa
tion of woman is nuw part of our
social sy-tenr nnd Is horo lo slay.
She is admitted in tho great eclroyls
of learning 01 tin. world on an equal
looting with her "orother. Not only
"'' mic ' 111 1 rciossionai schools are
open to h - vcJ sho has proven her
ability In boih. She has ehonn that
her mind Is not Inferior to her broth
t-r 1 ,1 a many Instances alio Is the
bcur scholar, possibly became she
dipcuds n-ore upon effort and not
upon any hereditary belief Jn tho
superiority of her powers.
"Soriet, i,as gained much by this
c c .no women havo been made
uu 1 cultured and capable, number
of thi-ii) i, bc'iig made soIf-Mipport-
inr, hive craped the evils of murrl
- 'or malinalnancc, whllo olhurs
In. . e oeen able to add to the material
t iiifori or thenwelves and loed ones.
Women have hoen made, bolter com
ii rr op- tbulr latent ' paw am develop
4, In ,r lnlluenco broadoncd till they
h. Cr. hei u ,iblo to accomplish many
rule reforms and Improvements.
I-ur lu w Inning the light for higher
edui-atlon, wontan has simply been ad
mitted into Jh, pjovalllrig systenr
Vliich was planned and built up for
her brother n wa all she ashed
for she must gain ono step at n time
ar.d this nan a great step forward,
flui now Hint sho Is sure of tho IlrBt,
I. tft tlu re anoth.-r step Just ahead of
her to which her eyos aro already bo
ng lifted'' Isn't she beginning to teo
tl)4t the education of her brother Isn't
Just what tihoants after all, that It
must he adapted to her needs? 1 be
Jloi'u so, und this I cousjder thu rnott
liuliortuiit problem of the higher edu
cation of women.
"'.For tUosi. women who wHu to
compete (n plofCBslpirs with mi-n, such
its teaching, law, and mcdlclno. Uir
wfvfi jpiirtm otjstudy mB'r-vrell suffice
L-nj (Uclrlrcji ruff la.aolr lu iHe,L
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UNiTEC STATES DEPOSITORY
F. J. PHILLIPS, Prtsldct,:
QEO. 8. PERKINS, Vl:a Pres.
JAS. ARMISTEAD, Vice Pres.
H. W, WILLIAMS, Caihler
W. A. WILLIAMS, JR., Ai.t. Cr.
J. W. BIRD90NQ, Att. Cashier.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
Promotes DiScslionCkriTiir
ncss and RcsiXuntains nclte
Opiimtlonihiric nor Miami.
OTNAHCOTIC. 1
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Anprfrrl llempJv forPraislIlia
1 Ion , Sour Slonuch.l)larrlw
Vorms,CoiTvuIstoiii.mnisli
ncssnuilLossorSiXEP.
racSin Signature or
NEW YOMKi
The Kind Yon Have
Always Bought
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For Over
Thirty Years
Exchange Bank
OF GREENVILLE, TEXAS.
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS, NOVEMBER 16, 1909.
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts , $032 02125
U. S. nnd Other Ilotids 222 TfiO 00
PrcrntuniB on llonds None
Ileal Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 24 000 00
Demand l.oans , ...... ..?2lil,'J03,7'J
Cash and Hxchaugo 319,710.59 CM 028 38
W-M1 fr M M"W,-M'"8X',!"S-!"-
THE PEOPLE'S DEPOSITOR
W. H. BUSH. President. P. A. NORRI8, Vice Pret.,
JNO. L. LOVEJOY, Vice Pres., L. N. BYHD, Active Vice Prcl
S. B. BROOKS, Caihler.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
T
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Kxact Copy of Wrapper. THcctKiAuorT, wvofmenv.
HHW-HH"I-H"!-HHi-
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
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Physicians.
MILUS L. MOODY, M. D.
Practice Limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Glasses Fitted.
Office, West Leo Street, over Gra
ham in others store.
C. E. 4 WILL CANTRELL,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office at Physicians and Surgeons
Hospital.
Joe Becton. Edwin Becton.
BECTON S. BECTON,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Office upstairs oer Archio -Morris'
Racket Store, west side square. Ilotlr
phones 123.
prsittrrii' Wila'2 .'
DR. GEORGE A. WELLS,
OSTEOPATH.
Graduate of A. S. O., Klrksvlllc, Mo.
Consultation and iJtumlnatiou I'reo.
Phono connections.
DR. T. B. SPAULDING,
Physician.
Orflcc West Side Su.11.1ro. Now phono
17C at ulght.
J. H. FRENCH,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office at Mooro A: Trench's Drug
Stoio. Itesldenco South Houston St.
Old phone 177.
E. T. SPEAKES, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
(Jreonvllle, Texas.
Itesldenco 'Phonu No. 59. Office
C. W. dee's 1)1 ug Store.
at
W. C. MOODY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office upstairs over tho lleall Hard
ware and Implement Company Storu.
I'liouu connections.
DR. T. J. MILNER,
Office McKaln's Pharmacy.
Phone Connections.
A Limited Train
of unlimited comforts
telling the pace for tra in the So.ilh
wt an "extra iare" train without
the cxlra (are, ia
The Katy Limited
to St. Louis and Kansas City
It in brilliantly lighted from pilot to
obtcrvation rml, and liaiall the eciuial
comforts and many "extras" that go to
make a railay journey pleasant.
Chair Cars brighter, more attractive
and more romfortable than you have
rcn b-fore
Sleepers tint are just a litrl" firrr than
any pieviously built bigger I :. dies' coilet
roonii dental lavatorial) sliding win
dow ncrceiu electric fans electric berrli
lighis observation car.
'I lie Katy Limited with its companijn
train
The Katy Flyer
gives the ICaly tno fmt trains daily with
liirough chair cars and sleepers to
St. Louis and Kansas City
All you need remember NOW in buying
a ticket Ninth or
Hast is one little
word "Katy,"
Ask "the agent",
for any informa
tion desired ahuut
fares, clc.
Total SI 492 799 63
LIABILITIES.
Capital S200 000 09
Surplus l'und nnd Uudltliled Prufits G2 US CI
Iteserved for Taxes 3 2D0 00
Circulation 1SS 400 00
Deposits 1 03D 000 09
Totnl SI 192 793 03
We certify this statement Is correct.
F. J. PHILLIPS, President. "
H. W. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
DIRECTORY.
F. J. Phillips, A, G. Lantznester,
Ceo. 3. Perkins, E. P. Becton,
Jai. ArmlBtead, 0. T. Graham,
J- M. Boykln, i A Cark(
J. B. Claytsn, H. W. Williams,
Mrs. W. A. Williams
M. M. Arnold,
C. B. Jones,
Q. L. Rutherford,
A. F. Rlchtcr,
T. R. East,
DEPOSITORY FOR STATE OF TEXAS.
NATI
ONAI
.j.
OF GREENVILLE, TEXAS.
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT
CLOSE OF BUSINESS, NOVEMBER 16, 1B09.
RESOURCES.
Loans and Isocounts ?51l 01
U. S. Bonds and Piciuluras 1&6 Ol
Heal L'atate, Furniture and Fixtures 0
Cash, lixchango uud Demand Loans.. 335 ill
Total 51 U'J 6
LIABILITIES.
Capital.... lf'0 0
Surplus and Profits 20
Ciiculatlori 1B0 l
imiioslls : 032(1
Wu certify
........' SI 009 ll
this stRteii'mt Is correct.
W. H, HUSH, President,
S. II. 11UUOKS, Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
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The No
vyinyn wh'J iake Adrautatfe at ifjp
IContlnued 011 third page j
WEAK KIDNEY8 MAKE
WEAK BODIES.
Kidney Diseases Cause Half the Com
mon Aches and ll.'s of Green
ville People.
As ono weak Unit wcnUens a chain,
so weak kidneys ivcaltcn tho whole
body and bunion the Dual breaklug
down, Overwork strains, colds and oilier
causes Injure the kldnoys, nod when
their activity la lessened tho whole
body Buffers from tho excess of urlo
poison circulated In. tho blood.
Aches and pains and languor ar-.d
urluary Ills come, nud there Is nn oor-"
Increasing tendency towards diabetes
nud fatal Ilrlght's disease. . There Is
no real help for tho sufferer except
kldnoy help,
Doan's Kidney Pills. act directly on
the kidneys und cuio every kldnoy 111.
Greenville cures are tho proof,
0 H. rippln, painter, W. Leo fit,
Greenville, Vixas, says; "Oeforo pro'
Dentists.
DR. SAM G. DUFF,
Dqntlst.
Offlco oier Commercial National
Hank, Leo Street.
Attorneys,
H. L. CARPENTCR,
Lawyer.
Offlco oer Commercial National
Hank, Lee Street, aieenvillo, Texas,
SHERRILL, MULKEY &. HAMILTON
Attorneys-at-Law.
Offices at Greenville and Commerce,
den. S. l'erkltib Moirls I). H.irroll
PERKINS & HARRELL,
Attorneys-at-Law.
Offlco over tlreenvlllo National Hx
rluuigo Hank, ltooms 1 and 2.
WM. PIERSON,
Attorney-at-Law.
Practices In nil tho Courts. Offices
In Schlff Untitling over !(. N White's
Store.
I). Q. Hvans. A. H. Mitchell
EVANS &. MITCHELL,
Lawyers.
areunvllle, 'jex.is.
to the Old States
BEST SERVICE
VIA
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An Olfer to the Public
Tho Geeteh Wall Paper C.
the public as a Xmas jp-osent one
third off, of all high grade Art Pic
turos beginning Saturday the lKth
Inst. Thoy also havo some of U10 j,t V
terns of wall paper of 1909' Itt yo4
can purchaso nt your imn jiru-e 1
Their burnt wood nBsurlment Is tif-s V,
only ono In, low ti, Wo nlto Inv te ou
lo gxuillliio our Wall Paper line 01
1910 this Is tho host pattern!, ,i 1
seen lu tho wnll paper line.
ai:in-uii wall papi:u .o
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MRS. V. A. KING,
DR. ROBT. SAYLt,
P. A. NORRIS,
JNO. L. LOVEJOY,
M. A. JOY,
3. B. PERKINS,
DR. CHAS. T. KENtl
R. D. WADDLE.
L, N. BYRD,
S. B. BROOKS,
Tise Sntisana and Ohio Li
Sflock Srasuirance Co.
INSURES YOUR HORSES AND CATTLE AGAINST Cl
FROM ANY CAUSE. THIS IS THE LARGEST, OLDES1
MOST SOLID COMPANY INSURING STOCK, IN THE Wl
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
H DM Suaiii
Eo.a Uk lai UUMIICIall
OFFICE AT BOOSTER CLUB ROOMS.
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No Better Machine SVIacfo.
Get Further Facts About ii atjthe
HER.ALD OFFICE.
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LIVED IN GREENVILLE
He would surely keen the NEW PHONE j The QUICK
SERVICE, bol'u LOCAL nnd LONG DISTANCE, would
omible him to OATCH UP FOR ALL LOST TIME during
his twenty yenrs sleep. Ycu have daily profit in keeping
a phone. To wait is to lose. Order now nnd be ready
for sickness, business, pleasure, shopping, etc
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Pea Green Alfalfa,
Texas Ear Corn,
Choice Bright Oklahoma Prairie Hav
J. M. MASSAY.
Both I'aones 320. Henry Street tnd M., IC & T. Crossing.
OPPOSITE THR QAS PLANT.
Mrs. 8. Joyce, ciiriin'" " ,r
wrllos: "About a ycir ,1,-t 1 hrt ,1
tWO bOttleS Of IVttV'u IC Inr.,. 1),..,.. ...
curing fail's, Kldnoy rills at Ford I U cured me of a severe raw ,i r.-..i
and '0nuiui;to,Vs drug store, I haJli'V t'oulJ,0 r seieia' uars s-ani f
' vy "ww ivifcMwu u a ssoii iy c v ( c
Ma jr5watc utJnud I was causcj', Ttc I,""". daorer r m fufluenza
l&.f.lAA..fi T. w" IS Of 1'a rrll fill!' It. nnw. .,- Thin
5P"W annoyance try too fr can bo nh. i, 5 . .. V"T"r 'r.i,.r.
l."y,aALnnfe jv ll. l.l.t ... - '--.. "' ,' wm---.-
"rzmnf. UD Jviuuey sec -aru 1 f" ., J eccdr. .ti At not omy
ZmWWfor I'llls cbockeJ '" r -n i, but conteracts any
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TEXAS TRACTION GO
"THE CONVENIENT WAY"
NEW ROUTE TO DALLAS
Leave arccmllle 10! 25 a. in, for
McKlunoy via Katy, nrrlvlug McKln
ney lit 05 n. ui.
l.euvo JleKlnnoy via INTEHURDAN
12:3 i. in., arrive Dallas IMS l. m.
JAS. P. QRIFFIN, G. P. A.
DALLAS, TEXAS,
sstamnmttimntmttnmmaifl
Weathers Grain Go.
HAVE
ALFALFA AND
PRAIRIE HAY,
FEED AND COAL B
Protect four Property
I reprosent leading coiniianles
and am prcimred to write
Fire, Tornado
and Plate Glass
Insurance.
R.M.Chapman
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Frank Wolfe
TRANSFER
and
6T0R,.an
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Otllcc and Warehouses ou
St, Jolm Street, Opposite g
Hardwood Factory,
Uoth Phones ll.
nunurtwmt
Office at Model Presolng Parlor. 4
1; uiq iuuno j(u new pnne Z'li v
Fresh
Vegetables
Direct Froin
Colorado.,
SWIF'
Both Phones No.a.
aittttrst:u::::m:::KK:K;!!!st!n fsaKJKt:Kyu:jt:tai:
I Real Estate and Farm Loans.l
I Watcb Ibelr space each day for barcalns If you vlsn ttJ
t or exelrauee property of any Ulnd, borrow money on yourl
l bale land notes oxtcnaea. we uae lor sare louay;
Kloven room boadlng bouso ou Wesley street Ju6t
Central school, lot extends to the railroad track inakirl
trackago properly, house Is well rented, will sell cheap ol
terms, xcharrge for small residence or llttlo farm.
Wnnt to rent a six room house or would buy on very
terms, must be reasonably close In.
d 4t 4
iiiang'swoi'ttt cl lYias
OFFICE WESTERN UNION D'JILDINQ.
m:.n:::stK:?:::sj::::::::::s::ss Bsn:tr.ssjSKaJUH::jr:i
Offlcoflee's Urug Storo.
TelMphoue Connections,
J. W. House
VETERINARY
9 ... ix. jumjiiajo
J-llLi,
TORNADO,
LIABILITY,
ACCIDENT.
AUTOMOBILE,
LIVE STOCK,
lMiliZZ"Z"Z"lZ ZK""l"M
: You Who. Spend Twice
Fuel What You Should
don't blatuo th
winter. Don't ci
nbout the coal
Get riffht down
subject, Yourf
is a eonl liog,
fuel wnstcr. Till
suey gets tho lul
stead o tho
"We'll b.ivo you
or linlf your ftl
tins season if yj
listen to reason.!
was !f30 last
would $15 souil
year wo can k-.
that money with tho Move that we boll. That Stov
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