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THE MORNING HERALD
By E. W. HARRIS &. SON.
Entered at the portofflco at Green
Tllle, Tex., as soeond-chss mall matter
Tuesday, Jan. 18, 1910.
A CHANCE TO DO GOOD.
Associated Chanties Not Able to
The Association is obliged to I of use
aid until tho trcasun ia lopieuiuhod
.ih was published in tlio l.ial rupoit
tlio association oul received JI ii
in the treaiur which has been ux
pended, and soine small hills at preb
eut unpaid, which will havu to he met
in the tuture. It has been the cua
lorn for simo of the sucliuHfi ju
the, tit) to nnliu a donation thai
gieatlv assibtcd iu nicotine the vvuuia
uf thu needy of the clt. but up to
the present time there has been no
receipts trom that direction. It has
also been the cubtom to hold union
uervices in some o iho churches uud
collect a tree will ottering to turn ov
er to tho Associated Charity Abuociu
llou, but thib vcar there has been
nothing received trom thut direction
llio demand for ussistauco has been
unusually heav on account of bleu
nebs, and the severe winter weutn
er, for medicine, food, fuel, and cloth
ing II auj of ihu aid or benevolent
bocletles hao funds on hand, and
will cull on tho secrctarj of this as
soclation ho will be giad to give
thorn tlio names of launlles needing
assistance, and they can go and sco
what is needed, and do a chantahlo
act In giving relief. II. II LOIL,
A Sunday Wedding of a Popular
At 2.30 Sunday afternoon -Mr
Oliver I'harr and Misa lZUa. l'razler
were joined tin niarnagit. Jiuv. (J
l'ugle oHlqintlng. Thu ccremonv
took place at the home of tho brido'B
parents, ilr. and Mrs. A. J. l'r.mer
The brido was reared at Concord
and is a vei prcltj and charming
joungladv, loved and admired by thu
The groom has rcbldcd Iu this ell)
for tho past four ) ears and Is respect
ed and esteemed b) all who know
Aftnt. rpnli Imr r-nnirrntulntlons the
happy couple repaired to the Iiuimj of
.Mr. and ilrs A. 1' lUchter, wheio
tho groom has made his homo loi
... Af ..a., tiru Intro lln.v were du
llghtfull) eutertalued tho rest ot tho
Mr and uMrs. Phurr will be at homo
at No. 1118 Kast Mors.0 btreet vvheie
they will bo glad to have- tneir iuan
Irlends call upon them
MARRIED ON SUNDAY.
John H. Erickson and Mrs. Llllle P.
Hendrix Joined In Wedlock.
At 2 30 o'clock Sunduy John II
Kricksun was married to .Mrs. Lilllo
Pearl Ilendrlx, tho ceremoii) taking
placo at the homo of tho hrldu's
mother, Mrs. J T. Chapman at 1'aini
orsville, ltov. W. II. W)nuu utllolat
Ing The hrldo Is n popular lady ot Farm
ersvlllo and will ho welcomed to hoc
ial circles hero. The groom Is a
recent comer lo this city and is nec
retar) of tho llooster cluh. Mr. and
Mis Urlckbon luvo (ho good wishes
of their man) frlundB
Tor County Attorney,
N r. Peak authorizes his .uinounce
iuenl as .i caudldato fur the demo
cratlc nomination for count) attoi
lie). Mr. Peak tamo to Hunt count)
with his mother mid brothers near
thirty )ears ugo. 'Iho family located
mar Webt Caddo eieek in tho vicinl
( of Merit, ou what has been known
for jears as tho Peak honstead,
conilng from Missouri. On this farm
joung Peak grow to manhood living
the quiet and uneventful Pfe of an
Industrious farmer ho), lov eloping
those sterling qualities that uru so
often found In men who have lived
elobo to nature Ho ruclved a llhornl
education, first Iu tho eommou schools
and then ns n rosult of his own uf
forts, be was enabled to attend Savov
Col'ege, and later tho Statu IJnlvor
Bit), where ho more fully equipped
himself for a career of tibetuluesu
He was a teacher for tvvelvo jours
part of the time ns principal of one
of tho Cireeuvillu city bchools lur
joarB ago ho wns nduJttcd to tho liar
He torrnod a pnrlneishlp wills the
Into lamented A. II. Hefner, whlili
continued until tho death of his ns
uoelate. Mr. Ponk is essentially n
Holfmade man, uequlrlng an udiiea
tlon and maintaining himself at the
time through Industry und persever
ance. As a teacher ho acquired
prominence in educational clrelew
A close student, ho is well grounded
In tho fundamental principles of law
and Has inei vvuu ue:cur. w i'mu
tleo Ho Is a man of splondld tiliur
acur, and is well equipped u nature
nnd training to mako a -vigorous uud
successful tounty nltomey.
New lied Seal Ginghams 10c Per
kins Bros, Co.
We cut prices In all shots at tho
Orsc-uvllle Shoo Co.
It gives us pleasure- to please our
custorosrs Mid friends. K It IluJke,
rttsclutlonc of Thanks (a Business
Moit of (ho clt pastors met yester
day morning nt tho Yi M C A As
soclntlou called to order by President
(Irnlmin I'rnvor lis Hot Hounds
Sccrotno I. O. While stated that
Rov l.ockctt Adair had been secured
to conduct the co-opcratlvo meeting
and will bo able to reach us and bo
gin tho meeting on .March 27.
A committee composed ot Revs,
Compere and Oraham was nppolnted
lo secure tho lot for the erection of
the tnbornaclo and the securing n
permit for same
A resolution of thanks to the bus!
ness men rend liv Her. Graham fol
lows! Whereas. th,o pastorB of tho city of
Orcein Mo felt that an earlier closing
hour for tho business of tho city on
Saturday evenings would very mater
lallj aid In tho moral and spiritual
development ot tho people, and,
whereas the business men did most
heartily and almost unanimously
agree to said proposition; thorcforo
Resolved, That we, the pastors and
resident ministers of the city do hero
b express our most hearty npprecla
tlun of this very hearty co-oporatlon
of the business men In this movenxnit
and recommend that Iho citizens do
their shopping as early ns osslble
on Saturday evenings so ns to assist
these noble hearted business men in
this their effort to benefit humanity
Especially do wo recommend that or
ders for giocerles bo phoned In not
later thin 0 o clock on Biturdavs
We feel sure that no Christians
who think will ash the markets to
remain open to sell them meat on
Sundnv, nor will they ask that avats
be delivered on Sundnv s.
A paper read by Rev. I'ugslev wns
full of Instruction The brethren ex
pressed their appreciation of the pa
I have been felling Hall's Texas
Wonder for the euro of Kidney, blad
der and rbeumatlo troubles since he
first put it on the market and I rec
commend it us tho best kidney intdl
cine 1 have ever irald Uee's Drug
Foley's Klduey Remedy will euro
nny caso of klduey or bladder troublo
that Is not he) and tho reach of mod
iclnc. It, invigorates tho entiro s)s
tern and strengthens tho klduc)s bo
the) clliiiluuto tho impurities from
tho blood. Uackache, rheumatism,
kidney and bladder (roubles nro all
cured by this great medicine. Com
ironco taking at ouce and avoid
llright's O'sease and Diabetes. Sold
by Gee's Drug Store.
It Is a dangerous thing to l.ike n
coufjii mttllulno ycout,vlnliig ujdatos
that merely ktlllo )our cough ins'ead
uf curing it. Polo's Hone) and Tar
loosens and cures the cough and ex
pels tho poisonous genre, thus pre
venting pneumonia and consumption.
Refuse substitutes and tako oul) the
genuine Foley's Honey nnd Tar In thu
)ellow package Sold b) Geo's Drug
Rev.l. W. Williams Testifies
lluv I. W Williams, Huntington,
W. Va, writes us as lollous. ' I'll I h
Is to certify that 1 used Folej's Kid
ney Henicdy for nervous exhaustion
nnd klduey trouble and am freu to
say that Foley's Kidney Kerned) will
do all that you claim for it." Sold
by Gee's Drug Store
For indigestion and all stem ich
troubles tako Foley's Orino Laxative
It Is tho natural lemedy for lad ges
tlon, d)spepsla, heartburn, bad breath,
sick headache, turpld liver, bilious
ness and habitual constipation l'o-
le)'s Orino I.ia)lo sweetens the
stomach and breath, and tones up thu
entire allmontnry s)blcm. Sold b)
Gee's Drug Storo
Pneumonia Follows a Cold
but nover follows the tiso of Foley's
ft....... n...1 l n . i.l.l.l. ......... ,1...
Iluliti) miu lui, wMiiu muiia L11U
cough, hcalH the lungs, and expels
tho cold from )our s)ttem. Tako at
Ilrst blgn ot a cold and avoid a dnu
geroub Illness. Sold b) Geo's Drug
Fast Deina Realized by Greenville
A little bnckncho at first.
Daily Increasing till thu Inclc 13
lame and weak,
Urinar) disorders quickly follow ;
Diabetes mid llually llright's dls
This is tho downward courao ot
Don't take this course. Follow the
advice of a Greenville eitlen.
II. .Moust, 110 llourland St, Green
vide, Texas, says:
"M) first experlenco with Doan's
Klduey Pills was about two )e.irs ago
At that tiiie 1 wns feeling all out of
sortB Ou getting up in tho morning
my bade nchod so bovoroly that I
could hardl) stoop to put on my sIioch
I lacked ambition nnd felt gcnerall)
uiisornble I had often hoard about
Doim's Kldno) Pils nnd believing tho)
might prove of beuellt, I proem ed a
Ixix at Fold and Poumigton's ilrus
Btore. Tho) soon proved their woith
by stopping tho backache and im
proving my general health. Several
times since then, I have used Dojii s
Kldtic) Pills nnd from tho results re
ceived, consider them the llnest kid
jioj remedy to bo had"
For nilo h) nil dealers. Prleo DO
Fetter Mllbiirn Co., Ilufflalo, New
York, solo agents for the United
iteinemher the hwuo Doan's -mid
tako no other. .
A Reliable Remedy .
Ely's Cream Balm
ft nulcklr atitnrbcd
Cue, HglKl at Once.
It clm-i', Mwthcn,
lionls uud piuttds
ili.t iIImi uhim! till til
r.mo ri".ihi"K lr in Ontorrh nud elrlv
utuya(' Id iu ili Ilcnli.ni i-ly Ittht.n -bi
l!i UMiuf 'J ,-tt uu.l biai II. 1 nil i
,D Hi I)ni.iis or hy ii til I iqi i
'nam Itulin I no f Iu nlimiiui t7S ta
', I - ii' .i rJ Vorrcu H'-p t Kewoi"
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ALCOiiOl, 3 TEH CE.Nri
Pr oraolcs DicstioiuChff rfur
ncss and Itesl Contains note
Not Nauc otic.
tvteSffd Ancrfecl Remedy PorConsIlpa
t Ion , Sour SInuWcli.niarrlMi
Facsimile Signature of
Exact Copy of Wrapper
ror District Attorno), 8th IllsL:
W NATT AKNOLD.
SAM J. UOSS.
JNO. L. SOUTHALU
For County Judge:
GUOKUC U. HAIiU
For County Attorney:
T V. (WAD) THOMPSON.
A It NICHOLSON
N IJ. I'llAK.
For Tax Collector.
For County Clerk:
SID L ARNOLD.
.1 U JOHNSON.
J Y DARNHLL
Tor County Superlu'endent:
JAMKS H. UUCIIANAN.
For District Clerk.
JOH II SMITH.
For Tax Assessor:
J. .1. (JIM) DARNELL
I) L ALKXANDUIL
W M. IIF.NLi.
, M. A CHAbTAlN
For Count) Treasurer:
FRANK 1". WOOD.
For Commissioner, DIsL No.
JOHN A. STON1J. '
1) U. QUATTLCIIAUM.
For ComiUssloncr, Dist No 2:
For Count) Commissioner, Dlst. No. IS:
1). 11. (DUD) ENGLISH,
S I. (1'LF.AS) COWAN.
For Justice ot the Peace, I'm No. 1.
Tor Constable, Product No. 1:
For Public Weigher, Precinct No 1:
JOHN II, FRANKLIN.
It. (ROD) E SPllAULINli.
It. D. THOMPSON.
JOHN W. ALEXANDER.
T. II 11YRD
J C WHITE
For Alderman No, 1:
T. P. 11ETIIELL.
M. M. ARNOLD.
For Alderman No. 2:
J. II. WHA'l LEY.
GEO W. WILSON.
If sou want Iho host there is In
the Cuhiiift line iibU an furnituru
innii mid the ate .ill tiuthful, und
thus will tell 5011 that r cuurso
'The Iloosler Kltthexi Cnhlnot Is Iho
host on tho niiirUut hut look here,
iv lint about this one?" 1 M. Hnlku
Ralkei Ralkel Ralkol
AVho Is llallto? Ask io people
who ui) furnituru, cash or cicdlt.
School of Musk
MISS GIBSON, Director.
Complete couiso lu Piano, Voice,
Violin, Organ, Theory.
Studios convenient to tho public
schools. No l'lione No, 309
S&P?u 'GuarantcciluniliVlhclo'a U K PM jf i BQ f Hi
LIVED IN GREENVILLE
Ho would btirely keep the NKW PHONE j The QUICK
SintVICi:, b-ih LOOAL aud LONG DISTANCE, would
enable him to CAT CI1 UP FOR ALL LOST TIME duriu,?
his twenty years sleep. You havo daily profit in keepini?
a phone To wait is to lose. Order now and bo ready
for sickness, business, plersuro, shopping, etc.
HORftE TELEPHONE CO.
Ww - tt'vX": - "? -
-.7 n. " '.' " '" 'M HIH
. ' --u-itf ' "lBlBBf iiMlliifcrit J niMiMJiiiBPBpiiBiiiB
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THC CINTfcun IOM.1NT, NfW TOR OIVT.
J. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .J.
. . . .
MILUS L. MOODY, M. D.
Practice Limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Office, West Lee Street, over Gra
ham Urothcis' store.
C. E. & WILL CANTRELL,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office ut PlDslclaus and Surgcoas
Joe Becton. Edwin Decton.
BECTON & BECTON,
Physicians and Surgeons
Office upbtaiia over Archie Morris'
Racket Store, wet side smiare. llotu
DR. GEORGE A. WELLS,
Graduate of A. S. O., Kirksvllle, Mo,
Consultation mid Eaiuinaliuu Fieu
DR. T. B. SPAULDING,
Office West Side Square. Now phone
17C at night.
J. H. FRENCH,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office at Mooio te French s Drug
Stuio Residence South Houston St.
Old phono 177.
E. T. SPEAKES, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Uesldenco Phono No CD. Offlco at
C W. Gee's Drug Storo.
W. C. MOODY, M. D.
Physician and burgeon.
Office upstairs over the Ueall Hard
ware uud Implement Compauy Store,
DR. T. J. MILNER,
Office McKaln's Pharmacy,
DR. SAM G- DUFr,
Office over Commercial National
Uauk, Leu Street.
SHCRRILL, MULKEY & HAMILTON
Offices at Greenville and Commerce.
Geo. S. 1'erUns. Jlorris II. lLirrell
PERKINS &. HARRELL,
Office over Greenville Nntioinl Ux
th.inge lhiult, Rooms 1 and a.
litfll. lieuneTt J T Jones.
DENNETT & JONES,
Offieo Iu H.vlo huildliiK, northeat
corner of square.
Practices In nil the Courts. Offices
lu Sehlff Hulldliig over II. N White's
1) ti j:Cau " II 1- Carpenter
Office lu Comn'iCLil National Hank
50c PER MONTH
Bears the Ay V
e . . om v. V .IBIIH
naase&aeaadBsxAs aussag I
IW.-T. Monroe Ii
Steam ami- Gas Fitter.
Weathers Grain Go.
FEED AND COAL
Olllce mid Warehouses ou
St, John Street, Uppo.iitc
Doth Phonos It.
Offlco at Model Pressing Parlor.
Old phono 370 New phone 293
g !:.: &:::
A. R. Holmes
Only lltlliblr ComptnlcA K prist ntcd
Utlku-XXt North -U)iicvnll "tri.t
$ Both I'honos 3G5.
I HERMAN NESBITTl
'jl Moving furniture, pinnos, If
; heavy safes, etc. Crating X
X and shipping n specialty. ;!'
250 West Leo Street
;: Botlt Phones No. 203. S
Protect four Property
I represent loading ciuripinles
aud am prepared to write
and Plate Glass
TEXAS TRACTION GO
"THE CONVENIENT WAY"
HEW ROUTE TO DALLAS
Leavo Greenville 10:25 a. m. for
McKlnuo.v via Katy, arriving McKIn
no) 11 SO n iu.
Leavo McKlnnry via INTERURDAN
ia:J2 ii. iu, arrive Dallas 1:45 p m
JAS, P. GRITFIN, G. P. A.
Office Oce's Drug Store
J. W- House
Undergradmto Oraud Rapids Veter
inary College of Michigan,
use (Si Sherri!
ALL KINDS OF FRE8H MEATS
DELIVERED TO ANY PART O THE
South Wesley Street.
1 Frank Wolfe
THE PEOPLE'S DEPOSITORY
W. H. BUSH, President, P. A. NORRIS, Vice Prci
JNO. L. LOVUOY, Vice Pres I.. N. DYRD, Active Vice Prs.
S. D. DRCIOKS, Caihler.
OF GREENVILLE, TEXAS.
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF OUSINESS, NOVEMBER 16, 1909.
Loans and Discounts $511 050 83
V. S. Iiouds aud l'lenilunm 15U UUU 01)
Real Lai.it e, Furniture and Fixtures 0 590 10
Cash, Lxciuugo uud Demand Luaus 335 895 Si
Total I U 009 C4S 87
Capital ?150 000 00
Surplus uud Profits SO 903 1J-
Cit dilation 150 U00 00
Deposits CS2 CJ9 44
Total $1 009 5411 S7
Wo certify this stntuu cnt Is correct.
W. H. HUSH, President,
S. U. 11ROOKS, Cashier.
V. H. BUSH,
MRS V. A. KING,
DR. ROUT. SAYLE,
P. A. NORRIS,
JNO. L LOVEJOY,
M. A JOY,
I , FOR SALE
H l'ivo room new house on Stew .ml at south of Park St,
one third ncie, all modem conveniences Improvements cost
moie than we .ibL fen the place-, good terms.
Sit room modern Iioilo, convenient to Uiirleson College, on
j Pickett street A bargain, easy tenns or will trade for farm.
R bl loom house on South King sticet A bargain.
Three good cottages closo in
One good black hud farm of 130 or 200 acres for spot
Killmgswotih & M&ssay
M-H-J-W- -H-I -H-J- .S-M'-W'I'-M-H-H-I-H-H- -I-i-I-J-H
TWO TONES, FABRIC EFPECTS AND RICH PLAIN PAPERS
ARE PROMINENT FEATURES OF OUR
WHICH IS COMING
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Both Phones No. 28.
Old Phone 192
arb.uck (St Son
THE CONDITION OF
DR. CHAS. T. KENNEDY,
H. D. WADDLE.
S. B BROOKS,
L. N. BYRD,
S. B. PERKINS,
NOVELTIES IN J.
WE INVITE YOU TO LOOK
H - H - 2 - H-H-K- 4-HH-W
New Phone 204 ?