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,$ Do You Feel This Way?
&$$y Do rou feel nil tired out? Do ou tometimei
Sir, think jou Jut can't work mry ot your prolej.
slon or trade any longer? l)o Jou have a poor ape
tite. and lav awake nt ntshta unable in tttrnV? Art
, ,Tour nerves all gone, and jour ilotnoch too? lias am
billon to torc ahead In the world, left jouP II to, ou
might as weli put a (top to jour raiiery. You cnn do it il
jou mil. Dr. Pierce'n Golden Medici) Discovery will
make ou a different Individual. It mil tel your lory liver
to vrork. It will set tlilitfa rifht In jour stomach, and
, jour appetite nill come hack. It will purify your blood.
II there is any tendency in your family townrJ t onsumptlon,
11 win Keep mac urcau aciirojcr away. 1 vcn alter con
sumption hat almoit Gained a ftmllinld In Itie form nf a
lingering cough, tironchill, or bleeding at the lungs, it nill bring about
euro in VS p-r cent, ot all caves. It is n remedy prepared bj Dr. 11. V. Pierce,
of HufTalo, N. Y., whose adt-trt h givm ret to all who wMi lo miilo lilui, His
great succcsa liav come from his mdo experience nnd varied practice.
Don't be wheedled by a rennygrobbing dealer into taking Inferior iubsll
tutes for Dr. Pierce's medicines, recommended to bo "juit ni good." Dr.
Pierce's medicines ure or known composition. Their crry ingredient printed
on their wrappers. Made from roots without alcohol. Contain no habit
forming drugs. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
C23 L 1 1
" 0 fort :
to learn the boditv
the wettest weather
iJrj ins rciarutlous simply ilovol.
op dry catarrh; thoy dry up tho secretions,
which odhoro to tho membinno ami decom.
. poso, causing a fur wore serious troublo than
tho orilm iry form of catarrh. Av old nil drj .
fug IrIi-iIiuIs, fuiuos, suiokos ami snuffs
and tiso lint which clcaimci, soothes and
heals. I J s Cream li.ilni 13 duel in remedy
ami will euro calnnL ic cold in tho head
easily ami iileowuitiy. A trial size will bo
mailed for idcents. All druggists Ecll tho
Uho Italm cures tiitkmit w!n. ,We .
irrilalo or cnuso sneering. It spreads itself
ov cr nn irritated nud angry turfaco, rcliev.
ins immedlaUIv; tlio painful inflammation.
Willi Bj's Cream Palm you nro amiod
igainst Xasol Catarrh and Iln roTcr.
Sam J. Ross authorizes Ills an
nouncement ns a candidate for sheriff,
subject lo the action ot tho Demo
cratic primaries Sir. Ross came to
this count j with his fnther 10 years
ago The fandly settled sH miles
north or Qroemlllo In which conimu
nit) Mr. Hoss has lled diirlug nil
theso 5 ears Ho states that ho Ins
been a Hfo-long Democrnt and noer
failed to volo tho ticket straight Ho
has been 0110 of (ho bebl leiimvn and
most hlghl) esteemed cltlrons in Ills
coiiimunlt) for many j cars lie Boned
0110 term ns constable uf his precinct
soeral jours ago, In 'wide open"
fines In his precinct, and ho undo n
vigorous nnd efficient officer He do
Lllnoil to nvtke the race for re election
but sajs the cxporlonco he galncil ns
constnblo has Inlliieiiced him to bo
come a cnndldalu for sherlfT, belleWng
that b could dlschnrgo the icsjionsl
bio duties of that office 8-UlsfncUirll
to tho people, llr Hoss Is one of tho
substantial men of tho countj, a man
ot strong cnnWUIons, modest bji jet
reirloks, and It elected sherlrf would
have the ablllt, tour.igo nnd judg
ment to raako a good officer.
Hywwii wi wttiyjaagacapaqpPffMgFyyHIa.1 "'
rtr Hubllo Wa'tjliti1 PreotriOl Oos,
John II. Franklin's namo nppcara In
tho announcoment column as a candi
date for public weigher of (his pre
cinct. It U no exaggeration to say
that Kir Franklin has mario ono ot tho
best pnbllc weighers oer elected (o
offlro In this count). Tho position ho
Oils li a ory ttjlng one, but If there
has been any complaint against him
from any source ho has nover hotud
of it llo in uniformly courteoQs,
rapid and accurate In his work, and
best ot all scrupulous!) honest Theso
vreMhe qualifications thai lints, en
abled him to givo such universal satis
faction, nnd which will cnnblo him to
continue to render tho public most
useful service If ho Is re-elected.
wrrawCTiaCTii3tJaijiuaixAa mm iuawwarMii"iigBaliaCaaWaaaTJa
. CLASSIFIED 4.
FOR RENT Tho pressing parlor In
lieckham Hotel. See J. V. llecliham
$rf$blt SA1.K I'ino pair of )oung mules
aiii buiu. ueiiieu aocitwcu iiiruwarc
12 IS t.
OLIVER TYPEWIHTrn poa SALD.
No. 5, I- sood coudltlon. Apply at
FOR SALI? A good )Oung horse, gen.
tlu to work to buggy or surre). See
S. W. Tenley. 1 C.
FOR RENT Five room residence on
West Washington, close In I) illoy
Uirdsong." 1 0.
AUTO FOR SALE A No 10 Model
llulck, practical!) new. Address J
P. Jlorgin, Pcnlel 1-7
LOST A couple of checks cm (lieon
villu Natioinl lxchango lliiik, pnablo
to T. J. Jordan Finder please leao
AGENTS WANTLH Money making
pioposltlon, Call or address Phoent::
Crude Oil Burner, G-eenvIllo Texas,
West Side Square. 12-12 tf.
ROOM FOR RENT Extra large, com'
fortablo, nice!) furnished 100111, with
two bed, second Hour, suitable for
two j 011114 mon, two blocks wobt of
Knty freight depot Old phone 74 or
new phono 71.
HELP WANTED MALE WANTED
Young mon to learn automobile bus!
ness b) mall and prepare for posi
tions as chauffeurs and repair men.
Vo mako jou export In ten weeks;
assist ) 011 to Bccuro position Pa)
big: work pleabimt; demand for Iran
great; reasonable; wrlto for particu
lars and sample lesson. Empire Au
tomobile Institute, Rochester, N. Y.
In tho mention ot tho iicetlng or
the directors ot tho (IreenvJIle Nation
al Exchange Bank mado In )eaterda)'s
Herald It. was stated that tho bank
had declared a dividend of 10 pel
cent, $10,000 of which was to bo paid
to the stockholders and $10,000 added
to surplus and undl Ided profits Tlio
statement should havo been that a
dividend of 10 per cent had been do
clared, $20,000 being pild to stock
holders, and In addition $10,000 being
added to the bank's turplus and un
For County Commissioner District No
County Commissioner John A. Stone
announces as a cnndldnto for re-election
from Commissioners District No,
One. There Is posslbl) no man more
larclllar with tho affairs ot tho county,
or ono more competent to render -val
liable service to the people ot his dig
trlct, as well as to tho cntlro county,
than Mr. Stone. Ho has over) detail
of tho business that conies before tho
Commissioners' Court at ready com
mand nnd is painstaking, prudent and
conselent'ous In nil bis nets, llo Is
ver) popular with his people, who ap
prcc'ato ills rugged honesty and fldell
ty to their Interests Commissioners
may come nnd coiiimlssloucrs tuny go
but John A. Stonp usinll) comes out
of a Democratic prlmar) with a rather
Excellent patterns in table waro,
tho nicest Rogers Sllcvnvare Com
pany makes Rest quallt) for tho low
est price. Dr. M. Doskovr, Optician.
by itoiet vcBGtvrAeerts wMmsos
s'lStowcerj o cwcAtuVy Vxnc$ca
oxqvg tnaekySy tviyi cjfts iXXxkw
Vjv.siayseV.a asMsacco tvoAuk.
Tioy us ra&uay tlwpcxvsci wxttv
vkvuQ owcr necicd.QS WejisX oj
vewtivte WvccniTCv CKC 00lSSS
nQUTC,CLww(. o suppQtvvcwcAito.
$attcYos.vcvTOUs icpeni. ttViv
uoiij; 1v0wjT0ptr cinswienY,
proper cjjorts.and t Vivtng cticvaWy
Toftibctie5ca35li.OA-isWv s 4cvuiwa,
Fig Syrup Co.
SOLD lr ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS
OMlSlIEOruY-RLOUmRPniCC SO PER BOTTLE
School of Music
MISS GIBSON, Director.
MISS ANDERSON. -MISS
Completo course n Piano, Voice,
Violin, Organ, Theory,
Studios convenient to tho publb
schools. New Phono No. 309.
IX!44 t JJJ5M5a5MjJjM5
THREE NIGHTS A WEEK:
MONDAY, WEDNE8DAY AND FRIDAY.
COURSES IN ENGLISH, BOOKKEEPING AND STENOG
RAPHY. ENGLISH INCLUDES PRACTICAL ORAMMAR,
LETTER WRITING, SPELLING, RAPID CALCULATION AND
WEST LEE STREET. NEW PHONE,
For Commissioner District No. Two.
Mr Hugh Million announces as .1
candidate for ree'cctlon ns conim's-
Klonei ifioni district No. two. Mr.
Mlnton Is seivlng his first term, and
while hu came Into tlio office n lien
man, ho lap'dl) ncquirod a full know I
edge of the affairs ot tlio count), nnd
from tho beginning has been an nc-
tlve, conscientious and useful member
of the court lie has looked carefull)
vfter tho Inteiests ot his dhtrlct and
of tho whole county. In other words
ns a commissioner ho has "made
good," ana If there is mi) disposition
among his peop'c to mako .1 change
they hivu not given any evidence ot it.
t j j j j u 4 tt 4
J- CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS.
! t 1 l
West Greenville Baptist Services
at usual hours Preaching by tho pas
tor Rev. E. I), llccco.
Kavanaugh Services at usual nours
by tho pastor, ncv. C. Pugsloy.
St. Paul' Episcopal SundU) school
at usual hour Bishop Gnwtt ot Dal
las will fill the pulpit both night and
First Presbyterian There will bo
Sunday school nt 9.45 Rev. Luther
Itees ot Paris will fill the pulpit nt 11
a. 111. nnd 7 p. mi Ever) body Invited,
Wesley Church Sunday acliool !!30
n. m. Preaching 11 n. m. and 7 p. m.
by pastor, Ilov. E. II. Casey. You aro
Invited to worship with us, nnd so got
)our good resolutions going. A com-
fortablo church, Good clnglng. Come,
Lee Street Methodist Rogular ser
vices 11 a, m. nnd 7 p. m. Morning
oorvlco preaching by tho pastor, at
night Rev, Russell Uroolts of Okla
homa will preach Junior league 3 p.
m Sunday school lu a 111. All aro In
vited L a White, pastor.
Christian Church Stiiula) school at
O'!)0 a. nx Morning subject: Short
talks for tho new )ear followed by
o'ertlon of officers. Evening service
nt 7 o'clock, subject! "Joseph." 'Hits
Is a continuation nf thu scrlts ot blt
niimn oil builders ot tho clt) of God
Catholic Churcn At 'J n m cate
chism, at 10 mass mid sermon. Text:
"Ills name was called Jesus." l.uko
2-22. After mass there will bo a
thb coLlboe and UNivenaiTV
PROBLEM FOR WOMEN.
(.Continued from second pago )
This Involves a knowledge nf hjglone
and the chemistry of foods Tho nee
css.ty for this knowledge nnd for thot
of proper excrciso, ventilation, breath
ing, etc., Is assuming vast proportions
because, of th confinement and none
strain to which wo aro subjected b)
our modern modo of living. Dr. Kol
log uf Battlo Creek, Michigan says
(but the llfo expectancy of man after
tort)' cnrs Is ruplill) decieaslng and
that wo don't dio ot old ago any more
but kill ourselves This reform In
methods of living Is a work that oni)
thu mothers can do as the) prepare
tho meals and direct tho irovoments
or tlio children. Then think of tho
Importance to tho nat'on ot preparing
tho mothers to do this. Thoy must
understand pajcho'og) and the growth
of tho child In ordor to direct Us de
velopment wisely. They must know
Bomo of tho fundamental things about
nursery and the care and the fcodlng
ot )oung chlldrou. Many a child has
died because of tho Ignorauco ot its
mother, nnd an Intelligent mother, too.
Then a woman's tnntu Bliould bo cul
tivated Hint she ma) mako her homo
beautiful and attraction; and 11111t.l1
more might be mentioned that would
help her to make homo tho hnpplcst
pinto on enrth
'Oulj one of u woman's needs Is
recognized 1)J our s)Rti)iu of schools
and uulvuiKlt'i'S and that Is her own
culture and mental training. And
while tills is vor) Important to herself
nnd to tho success of her calling, still
meeting of tho Altar Boclot). At " iO Bho should h ivo the Information which
The Modesty of Women
Naturally makes tlicm shrink from the indelicate questions the ob
noxious examinations, andt unpleasant local treatments, which some
physicians consider essential in the treatment of diseases of women!
Vet, if help can be had, it is better to submit to this ordeal than let
the disease grow and spread. The trouble is that so often the wom
an undergoes all the annoyance and shame for nothing. Thousands
of women who have been cured by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion write in appreciation of the cure which dispenses with the exam
inations and local treatments. There is no other medicine so sure
and safe for delicate women as " Favorite Prescription. " It cures
debilitating drains, irregularity and female weakness. It always helps. It
almost always cures,
"Favorite Prescription" la strictly non-alcoholic, non-secret,
all Its ingredients Acnjj printed on Its bottle-wrapper i con
tains no deleterious or hablt-tormlnii drutis, and, every native
medicinal root entering Into Its composition has tho full en
dorscment of those most eminent In tho several schools of
Some of the numerous and strongest of professional endorsements of its ingredi
ents will be found in a pamphlet wrapped around the bottle, also in a booklet
imucajrcc on request, uv Dr. K. V. Tierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. These prof
For County Judge.
It has been generallv understood bi
the friends ot George II Hall' thnflio
would be a candidate for count) Judge,
thoreforo his formal announcement for
that office was to bo expected. Mr.
Hall received his llteiar) cducat'on at
Central College, Sulphur Springs, nnd
at Henry College, Campbell Ho has
been a resident of Hunt county tor
Feventecu )ears, tvvelvo of which ho
has spent In Grcenvll'c. Ho was ns
Elstnnt county nttorne) under C. E
Mead, and at tho oxplratlon of Mr.
Mead's term was elected count) attor
ney, llo served ono term and de
clined to offer for le election, regard
lebs of the fact that ho would have
had no opposition As n public prose
cutor .Mr. Hall was vigorous and ag
grebsivo and was alwa)s In tho lead
In enfoiclng thd h, there being qultu
u crowd in this count) during tlioso
da)s who were )et unconvinced that
the liws of this tountr) an supruno
Wherever ho hah lived George Hall
has been admired for his rugged
honest) and tourago In tho discharge
ot wlnt le rogirded ns his duty He
Is a luv)cr of ablllt) and If elected
will make this county an efficient, Just
and honest Judge
p 111, rosary, litany for a linpp) death.
sermon and benediction of tho most
Grace Presbyterian Sorv ices at 11
her profession deiKinds
"How much of this cnn be attained
through our s)htem ot education is
)ut to bo worked out; It imiBt bo de-
n 111. and 7 p. 111. b) tho pastor, Rov. elded by the deve'opinent of tho Idea
V. E Grtliam. Subject at morning J throughout the nation The begin-
hour, "Tho Hidden Manna, tho New nlng Is made; and I believe tho next
Name and tho Whlto Stone." Tor tho generation will see a higher standard
cven'ng, "God's Call and Our Answer." set for tho education of women When
Jiln'ors nt 3 p m Sunday school nt this Is attained and they sou It Is
: 4 r, a. 111. Come nnd worship with nulled to their needs, manv moru
us. You me vvelcomo and wo will try vvomin vvll desire higher education
sional endorsements should have far more weight than any amount of the ordi
u.wy liiy, ui iiuii-ii.hussiuii;u testimonials.
The most intelligent women now-a-days insist on knowing what they take at
medicine instead of opening their mouths like a lot of young birds and gulping
down whatever is offered them. "Favorite Prescription" is of KNOWN COM
POSITION. It makes weak women strontr and sick women well.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser is sentr on receipt of stamps to pay
pense of mailing only. Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., 31 one-c
sunups iur ciuui-uouiui copy.
If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge, by letter. All such communica
tions arc held sacredly confidential.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate and regulate stomach, liver and
bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take as enndy.
to do jou good.
First Baptist Sunday bcbonl nt
3:30 Services at 11 a. m. and 7:J0
p. m by the pastor, Rev. Ed U Conv
pore. Senior Union nt G:30. As this
Is our Mist Sunday of the new year
It Is the earnest desire of tho pastor
that all members be present At the
11 o'clock servlco tho Lord's supper
will bo served and nlso now officers
for Sunday school will bo elected.
Ever)body Is Invited to worship with
100 Reward, 1100.
Tho readers of this papor will bo
plenaod to learu that thoro Is at
least one droadod illseaso that
sclonco lias been able to euro In all
Its stages, and tint Is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Curo Is tho only positive
euro now known to the medical fra
tornlty. Catarrh ImIiik a constitution
al disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's catarrn uuro is
taken Internally, acting dlroctly upon
tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho
system, thereby destroying tho foun
dation ot tho dlsoaso, and giving tho
patient strength by building up tho
constitution and assisting naturo In
doing Its work. Tho proprlotors have
so much faitn In Its curntlvo powers
that they otfor Ono Hundred Dollars
for any case that It fails tu curo
Scud for list of testimonials.
Address: I J. CHENEY & CO..
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for con
rancy McAlcslor lump at $0 50 per
ton B ,W. Harrison, MgT.
Hut whntiivur Is done along this Hue,
bo It much or little, will help to cor
rect nn evil tendency of our present
s)stem Willi li is to educate girls awn)
from rattier thin towards matrimony
nnd homcinakliig It will give them
moie respect for the calling of wo.
men. It will result in fewer women
competing with nun lu business, lu
tho marriage of nwre women who aro
college graduates, and In mora nnd
happier homes. Iho Importance to
tlio nation ot the mnrrlnge ot her
educated women will bo noted when
wo tonsldei that most ot tlio greit
men of the world have been mon who
were mentull) like their mothers At
present onl) n suiill per cent of wo
men graduates many Most of them
remain single and tench school mid
perhaps the) lire wise for they nio
following tlio profession for which
they have been prepaied Ex-Presl-(lent
Roosov.'It su)s 'No bchcme of
education, no social altitude can be
light unless It Is based fuiidaiiH-utall)
upon tlio recognition of seeing tint
the girl Is trained to understand the
supremo dignity and thu supreme use
fulness of motherhood ' "
Cave )our broken lenses nnd send
thom in nnd havo thorn dupllcntod.
Dr. M. Ooskow, Optician.
One fourth orf for cash on suites,
kldo boards, buffets and stovoo. R. r,
Jones, East lco street.
Why send ofr to nnvo jour clothe-i
mado when jou can get thorn ninno
light hero at homo by Pred lllerck!
Just as cheap and jnu can seo them
whllo they aro being mado nnd tuorn
la no chance of jour milt being mado
wrong or out of st)le ClothiiH clem
e-d, repaired nnd pressed 'Ino s-iniii
prompt intention is given to ladles
rolo)'s Ilonoy and Tar Is tho best
and safest cough remedy for children
At tho Hrst Hjiiiploum of a cold, give
ns directed, ami waril ot dnnger of
croup, bronchitis, soro throat, cold in
tho head an I stuffy breathing. It
brings comfort and ease tn the 111
tie ones Contains no opiates or
other harmful drugs Keep itlwnja
on hand, nnd refuse substitutes. Sold
by C. W. Gee.
Look for the Singer Sign (The Red 3.)
When In need of iiinclilno, Wu cnn
give jou )our mouoy'B worth 'Iliink
n D drawer drop bend Slngor from
?20 00 to ?C3 00. Your credit is good
SINGER S M CO.
II. Rii)lo, Mgr
A sprnlncil niiklu will usu illy ills
able tlio Injured person foi tluca or
four weeks 'I ills Is duo lo lack of
proper treatment. When Chntnbci
laln's Liniment Is applied a euro may
bo effected In tlneo or four dnyo
This liniment Is ono of the best and
most romnrkablo preparations lu use
Sold by McGaushoy Ilro3.
Many persons find themselves af
fected with a persistent cough after
an attack of inllueuzn. As till a cough
can be promptly cured by tho nso
of Chnmberlalii's Cough ReiK'dy, It
should not be allowed lo run on until
it becomos troublesome. Sold by
Eoloy'B Orlno Laxative Is best for
women nud children. 11b mild action
und pleasant tnsta make It preferable
to violent purgatives, such ns pills,
tablets, etc. Cures constipation. Sold
by C. W. Qco.
A Thrllllna Rescue.
Haw Port It. Lean, ot Clionoy,
Wash , w iiB saved from n frightful
death Is n story to thrill tho world
"A hard cold," ho writes, "brought
on a despurnto lung troublo that bit
lied nn expert doctor horo. Then 1
paid $10 to Jin a visit to a lung spec
ialist In Upnknnu, who did not help
mu Thin I went to California, but
without benefit. At last 1 used Dr
King's New Ulscovory, which com
plotoly cured mo nud now I am na
woll aa uver." Kor Lung 1 rouble,
llrouchllln, Coughs nnd Cold, Astli
no, Croup nud Whooping Cough Its
supremo COc nud $1.00 Trial bot
tle free. Gunrantue-d by l'ord & Pen
Cuuld Not Be Detter.
No ouo l"i over madu a satvo,
ointment, lotion or balm to compare
with llucklen'B Arnica Salvo Us tho
ono perfect healer of Cuts, Corns,
llurna, Urulsrs, Soros .Scnids, Dolls,
UlverH, Ectoun, Salt Rheum. Tor
Horn I!)os, Cold Sores, Chapped
Hands Its Riiprcino Infallible for
Piles Only 2Ec at Eord (c Pennington.
Tho nbovo Is tho nniiio of n Germniil
chemical, which in ouo of tho many
valuable Ingiodlents of Poley's Kid
noy Remedy. Hoxametliylcnetctraiu
Ino Is recognized by uuMlcnl text
hooka and uuthorltleu ns a tirlo acid
solvent nnd nntlseptlo for the urlnu.
T.iko roloy'A Kldnoy Remedy as soon
ns )ou notice nny Irregularities and
avoid a Korlous malady. Sold by 0.
Women Who Are Envied.
Tboso attractive womcu 'who Bra
lovely In face, form nnd temper are
tho envy ot many, who might be Ilka
them. A vroak, sickly woman will ba
nervous and Irritable. Constipation
or Kidney poisons show la plmplsa,
blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch
ed complexion. Tar nil such, Elec
tric Ultters work wonders. Thoy reg
ulate Stomach, Liver and Kldnuyx,
purify tie blood; give strong nerves,
bright eyes, puro breath, smooth, yet
vcty skin, lovoly coinploxlon. Many
charming vyimen owo tfliolr health
and boiiilv to them GOa ut Ford A
A Policeman's Testimony.
J. N. Pattorson, night Dollceman of
Nashua, lown. writes: "Last wlntet
f had n bad cold on my lungs and
tried nt least half a dozen adver
tised cough medicines and had treat
niont from two physicians without
getting any benefit. A friend recom
mended Foley's Honey and Tar and
two- thirds ot a battlo curod me. I
consider It tho greatost cough and
lung medlclno in tho world " Sold by
C. W. Gee
It you nro suffering Trom bilious
ness, constipation, indigestion, cb ren
in linnilftMiu Invent nnn rpnt In A
fpostal card, send to Chamberlain
Moulclne Co, Ues Aioinoa, towa, wnn
your name nnd address plainly on
tho back snd they will forward you
a (rco samplo ot Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets, Sold by Mo
Gaughcy Bros, and all druggists.
Trouble Makers Ousted.
When a sufferer from stomach trou
b'o tukes Dr Klng'a Now Llfo Pills
bo's mighty glud to sen Ills Dyspop
sla nud Indigestion lly, but more
hn'a tickled over his now, fine nppn
tite, strong norvos, healthy vigor, all
boenuso stomach, ltvor and kidneys
now work right. 2fo at Ford & Pen
nington. Just riceived, beautiful lino of ruga
and nit wpiarcB It V Jonesi.
After exposure, nnd whon you ri
n cold coming on, take Foley's Honey
and Tar, tho great throat and lung
roinedy. It stops tho cough, relieves
tho congestion, and expels tho cold
from your system. la mildly laxaUvo
IlcfUBo subflSrtutes. Sold by C. "W.
Tho peculiar properties or Cbinv
borlnln's Cough Remedy have been
thoroughly tested during opldemlce
ot Influenza, and when It was token
In tlmo wo have not heard of a ala
gle case of pneumonia. Sold by Mo
Gaughey llros , and all druggleta.
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IS DUE TO STRICT ADHERENCE TO SOUND BANKING
METHODS, COUPLED WITH PROGRESSIVE IDEAS. IT
SOLICITS COMMERCIAL AND PERSONAL ACCOUNTS AND
ASSURES ITS PATRON8 CAREFUL ATTENTION TO THEIR
INTEREST AND COURTEOUS SERVICE AT ALL TIMES.
BY A GREENVILLE BANK
In order to encourago savings and to advertise tho SavlngH Do
partment of tho Grcenvlllo National Exchango Rank wo will absolutely
givo away J 250 in cash In tho following manner:
To tho deposit ot each of tho first 0 dopositu opened in our Sav
ings Department il will ho added, tho conditions being that tho nc
count ba opened with not less than JD, to which our U la added, mak
ing a total credit ot (10. As much cnn ho deposited ns dodlreil, mid
whatever the amount, $1 will be ndded by the bank on opening thu
account, piovldcd, this nffor does not extend to iroro than one mem
ber of the samo family. Four per cent will bo paid on savings de
posits, credited up each quarter, as follows' Jan. 1, April 1, July 1
aud Oct. 1 ot oach year. All dopositu mado during our first month,
January, 1U10, will dato from Jan. 1.
Account may bo opened with (1 and up, but the above offer of II
free applies only when conditions nbovo outlined nro ujiiiilli.il with
Itcmembei, It Is only tho first 250, beginning Jan. 4, 1010.
Capital 200 000 00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 62148 CI
Reuorvo for Tnxoa I'250 00
Circulation 3 400 00
Doposlts 1 039 000 S
lolal 1 192 793 03
Loans and Discounts K32 021 !B
United States aud Other Uonds 232 750 00
Premiums on Hood No"
Furniture, Fixtures and Ileal Estate 24 000 0J
Cash and Exchango 614 028 38
total U 12
TOSTITEI) STA.T7JES :D!E POSIT A..R Y.
The Greenville National Exchange Bank
OF GREENVILLE. TEXAS.
HXHSTT COTOSTTY DEPOSITORY.
OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES AND STOCKHOLDERS:
P. J. PHILLIPS, PrcsHcnt.
GEO. S. PERKINS, Vice President.
JAS. ARMISTKAD, Vice President.
H. W. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
W. A. WILLIAMS, JR, Assistant
J. W. DIRDSOKU. Assistant Cashier,
MRS. W. A. WILLIAMS,
J. P. HACKLEH, Hanker,
JNO, DOHAGHKY, 3anker,
P. A. DAUKNIOHT, Farmer.
J, M. SWANN, Farmer.
A. K. GIlAH.iM, Capitalist
MRS. S. U HUCHANAN.
II. fi. KINO, Phslelan,
MRS. A. CAMERON.
SAM NURENOUKG, Cotton.
A. B. WOLF80N, Cotton.
O. T. GRAHAM, Dry Ooods.
MRS. II. A. HKRNDON, Millinery.
S. D. UltEAVES, Banker.
MRS. M. W. CATHBY.
A. 3. DIKOSONO, Stockman and
II II. JONES, Merchant.
MRS. EMELIE 13NDK.
M. K. HARRELL, Hanker,
O. E. JORDAN, Farmer.
D. C. RUSSELL, Hanker.
U. F. HALE, Physician.
W. B, NURENRURO.
MISS LOIS IIAIHLIP.
K. H. JONES.
JNO. U MITCHELL.
W I JONE8.
CULLEN O, JACKSON.
MORRIS McOALLIARD. ,
MISS HELEN JONES.
J, Ji CLAYTON, Capitalist.
W, E. CAMPBELL, Cotton.
J. W. ItAINBY. Capitalist.
J. W ADKIBBON, Cfilton,
MISS MAROAflBT PALH OWENS,
OEO. BTAVELY, Cotton.
C. U. BnYANT, Dsnker.
E. POPPER, Estate.
K. 07 P. LODOB.
I O, O V. LODQE.
O. U RUTIIKRKOItl), Capitalist.
FRANK CRAWFORD NORR18,
J. M. 110YKIN, Hardware,
It. K CONNOR, Lumberman.
J. J YATES, Attornoy.
A. N. OKAY, Physician.
L. A. CLARK, Attorney.
J, W, McMAKIN. Capitalist,
A. J PA1TON, Hanker.
1. 11, FREEMAN, Cotton
T. D. 8TARNES, Attornoy ot-Law.
OHIl LITTLE, Merchant
HUGH IIALHELL. Merchant.
MHB. E O, GILLETTE.
H. a MINTON, County Commissioner.
T. 0 FOSTER, Farmer.
J. E. HORNE, Farmer and Stockman.
J. I). THOMAS, Druggist,
U NORMAN, Capitalist.
O, II. JONES. Real Estate and Loans.
B. V BOYD3TUN, M., K. & T. Con
ductor. , '
H. BCHIFF. Capitalist.
W. I). WJSE, Superintendent Compress.
MRS MARY SWIFT.
JNO 1 ENOLISII, Ex-Tax Collector,
J T. DOWIJLL, CapltallsL
A. J ELLIOIT, CapltallsL
0. P. MITCHKLU Farmer,
II. K. JONF.8. Hanker,
It M CHAPMAN, Rial Kstatg, and
A F. RICHTEH, (Ireeuvllle Mill &
O. I RUTHERFORD, Farmer and
A O. LANTZNESTER, Wholesale ami
J. R, NICHOLS, Superintendent BautU'
western Insane Assylum.
A, BWANN, rariref.
C E. aiRDNEll, Farmor. v '( ,
D. II. UIRDNEft, Fttrmar. v
U. F. VAUOHAN, Attorney. .
W. F HARRIS, Real Estate and loans
O. H- MORHia, Hanker.
11. a McOAUailEY. DrueKlst.
C, II ANDREWS, Cattlonim.
M. M. ARNOLD, Real Eutato.
E. P. HEOTON. Physician and Surgeon
O. M PATTON. Danker,
8. A. BECKHAM, Capitalist.
W, II. GOOLSHY, Lumber.
W 11 DUNOANCapltxIlst,
K. . TERKIN8, Attorney,
W. L. SEAMAN, CapltallsL
II. L. EDWARDS, Cotton.
MRS. II. T. I1EALL.
, MI8B MAGOIH IIAI8LIP.
W. R. QRAriAM, JJurcaanL
A. CI.EAVER, CoUon.'
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THOS. T. IlEIlNDOf. Katr CttUa
Ant. , -On4j
T. R.iSAaT, MtMger'WlutesjifeSGia
J. D. MlDDLCrqN. IlsBiwiWW'
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