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VOLUME XX
GREENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, IANUARY 19. 1910.
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Don't Forget That Naylor's
Quick Business
Is Still Going On
AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL
Saturday Night, Janu
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TO DESIIIOT ICE GIGE
SPECIAL TRAIN WITH DYNAMITE
LEAVES TOR SCENE.
FIRE LAST NIGHT.
THIS IS THE GREATEST BARGAIN GIVING SALE EVER
HELD IN GREENVILLE. EVERY ARTICLE IN THE HOUSE
HAS BEEN REDUCED, NOTHING BEING HELD IN RESERVE
STE.P LIVELY TAKE ACTION. MAKE YOUR DOLLARS
DO DOUBLE DUTY. WE SELL PICTORIAL REVIEW PAT
TERNS ASK FOR FASHION SHEET.
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Broke at Several Places Yesterday
Owing to Softening of the
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l.oulsvlllo, Jan. IS. Tho gruat
gorge. In tlio Ohio noar llraniicnbiirB,
shows no sign of weakening this morn
lug and a special train carrying 1000
pounds ot itjnaullc left, over tho
1.ouih1Uo, Henderson mid SL Louis
railroad about noon for tho scene of
the gorge. Tho train was mado tip
of mi engine nnd baggage car, con
taining tho exclusive and two attend
ants. Forty men under tho direction of
Captain Lytle lirown, U. S. A, anil
u 1.. Casey, of the United States en
glnoeiiiig corps, went to Stoveiibpuu
Ky., ton iiilles below Wolf Crock, l.ito
last night.
I utoi niallon from tho lower rlor
country Is to the effect that business
has practically been suspended and
tho people hnvo given up all thought
ui everyuung mil tnelr own personal
safety. The residents hae formed
themselves -into lgll..uce commit
tees, taking turns In watching the
gorge.
,.. l.entemvorth, U-id., and Cieclllus,
-f Ky., dlicctly opposite each other aio
v?f in Imminent, danger.
I lJIspalehcs rrom Urnnderhurg, Ky.,
$5 say the gorgo Is bieaklng The Ice
.t has done no damage thus lar nt Wolf
"::: . Cicek-the lead of tho gorgo.
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Ice-Gorge In the Ohio Breaks.
Louisville, ,Jnn IS. Tho great
gorgo In the Ohio broke this morn
ing at seveial places between Louis
tllle and Wolf Creek, tho southe-imosl
point. The break seemed 10 bo the
lesult ot a genci.il Miltoning of Ice
at all points, but river men say It is
I on soon to tell whether (ho great
field, nearly seventy miles in length
will move out In Its entirety or mere
ly take up u new position furtlici
fcOUtll.
P, H. Elliott's House on North Wesley
Street Damaged,
Tire which started about 9:30 rrom
Hie soot In tho Hue of an upper room
catching llro nnd dropping Into the
parlor below caused dnmago to tho
oxtout ot about $500 to the homo of
1'. II. Klllott on North tVesloy street
last night. Tho family had Just re
tired when Mrs. Weaver, .Mrs. r.l
llott's mothor. heard the llro crack
(lug and upt-n Invn'stlsMUlon iound
tho pat lor nil are. Onq oT thu neigh
bors tinned In an iilauu but by the
tlmo the department arrived otter the
long run the lire had eaten up the
wan into mo root, muck work en
their part prevented tho entire house
from burning. As It was tho lire was
confined to the parlor and Mrs Weav
ers room. A great deal ot tho dnni
nge was fiom smoke and water and
the icmat.il or the furnishings. There
was no Insurance.
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BIRTHDAY
UNITED
IS RECOGNIZED
STATES SENATE.
BY
Is Made a Legal Holiday In Virginia
by Resolution of Senator
Heyburn.
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Is the greatest shoe buying piopusltiou ever put on In Ureen
vlllo. If oti aie In need of anything- In footwear 11 will pay
ou to attend this sale. ALL SHOES REDUCED NOTHING
RESERVED.
All of our Ladles' cloth or .suede top button ?1!.50 nnd $100
shoes are selling at , $2.-15
Many odd lota and broken lines aru belling- nt Just their
original price.
lit pairs of Stacey Adams patent leather In button and lace,
fO.OO shoes are selling at $3.00
All vlcl kid Stacey Adams shoes $4.25
You must see these great bargains In shoos to appreciate
llicm and It will pay you to vlblt this sale at unco. Seu our
circular for prices.
"Greenville
West Side of Square
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THESHOE MAN Soles Shoes Fo
75 cents. At Old Stand, Next
Door to Arvin's Drugstore.
in Greenville February
5th, 1910.
(ireenvllle, Tev, Jan. IS The civil
sertlco committee announces un ev
animation for npimlntu-isnth to the
position of i ii r.i I carriers In Hunt
count to be hold S.Uuiday, Jan.
l'eihona who have Hied applications
for this examination should leport not
unci man U:;io a. in. at the local
lo-tofflco or in the rooms of tho
lireenville lluslucss Univorslty.
I ho postofflcu depaitmont and the
tii n. v. e coininL Inn have given
pel mw.ucm to have Hie teBt for the
position ot census enumerators con-
diuled bj llieir representatives By
request of O. V. .lolinbon, supervisor
oi I lie census, Ith dlstilct, Sherman,
Texas, an evamlnntlon will bo held
nt (ireeutille, ToaH, under the sup
ervision of tho local civil service
board, l')b. ,".
Those who have mado application
for this exnn Jnation and to whom ad
mission cards have been Issued
should report at the local jKistotTlco
or at the (Ireenvllle lluslucss tint
teisltj whole the examination will
be held, l-Y'b 5th, 11I1U.
joi: r. wood.
Recretary Loral Ilo.ml
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.lust oponeil our spring line of fill
laces and handsome eiubiolderles
We want ou to see them nt onco.
Mcllilde.
Disease Is One of Warm Climate and
Prevalent In the
South.
Atlanta, (la Jan. IS. The most
soi Ions Infectious dlseaso In tho
South iodn Is that ot tlio hookworm
declared l)i Wurdell Stiles -of Un
united States public health service,
addiesslng tho opening session ior
the Hi si national conferunco called
foi the study of tills dlseaso hero this
morning. Tho disease nrlmarilf Is
ono of warm climates and Is genoi al
ly pievalent In the South Atlantic
nnd (itilf states.
More than 250 ph8lol.ins and rep
resentutltes of lire Insurance com
pares and coinmerclal organizations
rrom nil sections of the United States
were present at the opening session
of tho confoience, which will continue
foi two dats.
Washington, .Inn. IS. Calling upon
the secretary ot the treasury to ex
plain If the newspaper leport that
tho custom house nt Newport News
win uo closed tomorrow In observ
ance of tho birth day ot General Lee
Is true, a rekolutlon offered by Sena
tor Heyburn was ndopted by tho son
nto today that January 19 shall bo a
legal holiday In Virginia.
DIES IN ILLINOIS.
IS A MENAGE
Tho jU.irllng Hen of States mid
ltnnges me the ones that pleaso. l-
M. Ilaike.
We show the laigebt and must beuij
tlfiii line of dalut uiidnrmiisllus for
fining any wlioro. Mclliiide
Seo our w,lndow fo tho ilchest
spring iinderniUBllns Mcllilde
New lied Se.il Ginghams 10c. Per
kins llros. Co
See those i'i 50 nnd ( 1 1)0 shoes for
$2 15 in the Greenville Shoo Co.
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TiA (t ' All J1 ".0 Manhattan Snlris Umlng this aalo
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On Manhattan Shirts
Wo hate put nil our Manhattan Shirts Into this sule no
resertntions or oxceptlons v vo bought huge lines of Spring
Shirts, and we must make loom fur them. Tuko an Inventory
ot eter thing you need In Slurts for any purpose and corao
here at onco. Wo offer no um ertaln Shirts at this sale but
Shirts made by one of thu best Shirt Makers. Nolo these values
and then, Itjnu expect to continue wealing bhlrtu, jou'll do
well to atpcl? up. I
All 13.00 Manhattan Shirts
luring this sitlo Q) QR
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M 2 50 MnnhaMau BWrts
luring this bale PI OR
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All J2.00 Manhattan
during this sale
at
A'l $1 7G Manhattan
during this sal?
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Shirts
$1.50
n HilrU
51.30
1.15
IMPORTANT CONFERENCE AS
SEMBLED IN WASHINGTON.
Met to Discuss- Problems of State
and National Interest
Yesterday.
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Washington, Jan IS. Governors
from thiity slates or the Union mot
in tlio national cnpltol u discuss
pioblenis or state and national Inter
est today. Governor Wlllbon of Ken
tuck, rh.tliin.ili ot tho committee on
uiniiigeiuonts for the conference, was
In the chair, ills brief Inlioductory
spoVrh referred to the first confer
ence or state heads, Invited In May,
". v i-rasiueiii iiuosovcll to meet
in the White House. Governor Will
son declared in his opinion no better
menus of dcilblng impioted nnd uni
form state legislation could hnvo
been found, than tor the chief execu
tives or states to come together as
they had and In friendly wn, with
paitlsan feeling lorgotien, talk otor
together the questions In which they
were all lutcrcsiud
Vpthcr of Rev. J. M. Peterson Passed
Away Yesterday Afternoon.
Dallas, Jan. IS On tolegiaphlc nil
vices, fiom Tunuell. Ill, to the elToet
that his mother had died, ltev J. SI.
I'oterson left last night fur that place
to attend the funeuil. The death
was rather sudden, presumably Irani
old ago. ltev. 1'oteison Is presiding
elder Tor this district or the Methodist
Uplscop.il chuich. South.
Hav. l'eteison was Torinor! piesld
Ing elder or the Greenville district
nnd lived hoio tour years
May Stewart Thursday Night.
What Is certain to prove one of tlio
most inipotrant social and di.iinatlc
cteniH or the Hrnhuti will he tho en
gagement of the popular toiuie nn-
Ist, May Slew .nt, supported by Jos.
oph DeGinsse. Jind a rniiiiuni' nr
Sliakespe.iiean ai lists for one per
foui.ance at the King opera houso
Thursday night, Jan 20, In Shakes
peare's Immortal love pin, Honieo
nun Juliet.
Shakespearean attractions hnvo ill
tvayb been well lecclved whi-n pre
soittod b capable people, and not un
mindful or this ract, the n cinngemenl
hus not depended upon ono slur alone,
hut has spared no expense in soloct
Inn conip.ni) or capable people
.wihs oiowan is a oung woiiinn
who has been starring for seveial
seasons In Shakespearean diaiiin and
io pronounced hate been her success
es that she l-s iiipldl gaining rccog
nltlon as ono of the moRt inouilneiit
stars of the day Mr Joseph l)e
Grasso who has been engaged for
this special tour Is a young loinniillc
ictor who has been starring rir the
past six c.irs lu "Hamlet, I'he Mei
chant of Venice," "Hlclllmi,"i and
iiomeo and .unlet
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lioe SDecials of inferesf
to You, Ones that Cannot Be Matched
Take Advantage of Them.
Those are odd lota and broken lines ot tho drossiest and
irosl popular shoos for men, women nnd children. There aro
only a few of each slio and st)lo but tho variety ot styles Is
Intgo nnd tho sites In most nil kinds. Thoso aro exceptional
values In ovory respect and wo vvunt you to como and get your
share.
Women's high class shoes In tho patent lenthor, vlcl Wd, otc.
blucher lace nnd bution, welt McKny and turn solos, soma
with cloth tops, they are unusual vnluea at regular prtcej ot
2.50 to t.oo. now they nro U8 to M0
Men s handsome shoes In the patent, vlcl, box calf, vclour. etc..
blucher laco and button, well eoles, theso nro tho most perfect
shoo for nil occasions, must ate In llnnnti and Brown Shoo Co
tyles, all widths, hut nro tlm broken lines of our hnmLome
winter slock, to close them out tto are offering values from
13.30 to 16.00 for iS8 , ,
llalanco of our odd lots and broken Hues In chlldrena school
shoes In tho vlcl kid, patent leather, blucher lnco and tiuttop,
most nil slues, substantial Blioefc Tor school wenr, regular
prltes 50c to $2 50 now they am 3Sa to ,, 8S
llalanco of our wool and silk dress goods aro "all nuirkod at a
saving of 215 per cent, lu this ).m will llud deslrnblo mater
lals for skirls mid vvnists, ihlldrens school dresses, etc, all tnla
seasons slles, now nt :5 por ccnt oa
llalanco of our w onions handsome tailored suits and wrapn,
lett from this rails heavy selling, go no-,, at half p-'-o. Thoao
come In the richest shades, all now styles, long coats, plain
mid flailed skirls, perfect tilting, most beautiful Btyles, reg
ular prices which ttoio very low nt K'l to U1 50 now thoy
M0 :.02 to J12.2G
llalanco ot our UHilernitiBlIn left ftoni this winters Block, tho
ioi is nroHcn nut thoro nro most nil slaos In tho lot
stjles In gowns, skirls, corset covers nnd drawers,
"mv ,lt 33 1-3 por contort
Wo havo BOiro oxtia viiIuob In remnants In thu way ot short
lengths ot calico, douiostlc, porcnlos, gingham, otc, all clean
now goods, now mai ked nt 33 1-3 por cent oft
Short lengths ot ribbon, lace, emhroldory, etc., maiy kinds and
widths at i.j 0u
OUR 8TORE, CLOSES PROMTLY AT 9 O'CLOCK ON
SATURDAY NIGHTS,
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SOLD HIS RESIDENCE.
Y. O. McAdams and Family Will Soon
Move to Dallas.
Yesleiday morning a. deed was filed
In tho county cleric's olTIco ot thu
sale of tho residence ot y. o. Sle
Adunis on South Wesley street to
Smith Tippett for tho consideration
ot J10.0QO Sli. Tipputt secures a
taluablo property by this transaction
hut fdlends of SHi. S.VAdnniM nnd
family nlll loam with regiet that
they will mote lo Dallas In a short
time. Sir. SIcAdanm bus lived hero
for a gieat many yeais and has boon
an active and efficient business iron
unit with his family W uo iiiB!it.a
busiiiehs mid social elides.
CAMP AT POINT.
Was
held
Public Installation of Officers
Held Last Week.
Will A. llnrrls, Past Counsul,
a public installation of officers of
ili' Woodmen Camp nt Point last
Thursday. Tho officers Installed wore
J. O. I'urgerHon, 0. C, Leo Strick
land, Adv l,i.; W F. Prince, llnnk
i'i , Hubert Spencer. Escort. W. ().
Jennings, Wiilchi'ian; M. Ilorton,
Sentiy The regular degree team did
some very nlie lloor work, nnd nt
mIohii of the meeting r.Vreshii.-iits
were sorted. It was a veiy enjoyable
occasion, V
CHANGE IN KAT"
Afternoon
TIME CARD.
Train to Dallas Leaves
One Hour Later.
A change tukes plnco hi tho Knty
lime curd directive lodny, but only
two tiuins uro affectod.
Tlio tialu No. 201 which has been
anlvlng from Uenlson at 2:55 will
arrive ut 3:5 and deiart ut 3:r,5,
reaching Dallas at (! )). in. The
Shrotoport truln No. 22) will arrive
nt 3: 10 to connect with No. 201
Theso are the only changes.
Slake your selection of lacos and
embroideries from tUis now spring
uli.r L if Mioa It l.i ii,i,..ll,,.l 1.
t'Mlrido.
These luces and dainty embroider
leu aro exclusive, nnd marked ut un
usually low prices. Seo them, at once,
Slclirldu.
we oau save you money on your
unuerwejr. thu springs lino can
not be surpassed in bwmty and daln
tlness McUrtde.
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Save your broken lenses and send
"The Houfe of a Thousand Candles."
Over one hundred nnd rirty tlnu ,
lu New York and neaily as niany
times In tihlcago, Is a big recoid for
a dramatic production dur'ng a bad
leason, but this Is tho lecord of "The
House of a Thouaumi Candles," lai.t
season .n these two cities Tho orig
inal iiroiluctlun will hu been nl the
King Saturday, the 22nd, and If the
popularity or tlio book rrom wheh
It is drainatled Is any criterion, the
play should attract capacity niidlenc
ei William Winter, tho most famous
uf all Amoilcan dinmatlc critics, says
In the Now York Tribune I'he play
contains Hie elfectlvo theatrical n
menu that go to make a success."
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Just rccdvuij, beautiful lino of rugs
mid art squares. It. V. Jones,
On nil llox Papors Wo want to
close out our entire Hun of box
papers tills week and you don't
want lo miss this sale. .Must
lit them nro Kntonylluroburtn
and Whitings goods. You know
what they arc.
All school tablets go lu this
sale at 3 for a dlmo. Can you
nfrnrd to miss this sale? Wo
hope you wont.
5-f'erkins rharmacy
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Preserved Clier-
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Preserved
Strawberries.
Bulk Mince
Moat.
Boston Bell
Bonoloss Hor,
rino. Cod Fish and
Newport Mackerel.
G. E. DINK
The pur Food Qrecr,
Ileall Uldg., B. Ston.wU BtrL
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Ilargaln Counter Shoes, choice SOo
Cul pilcus mi nil Rhues fur men, women and chlldroa all new.
Slons anil boys suits and overcoats at 1-3 on" regular prlco.
3.00 hat at 1.95
Wo aro showing Now Spring OlnKliiims, Now Silks, Now I,aco,
Now ninbroldorloB and Muslin Undorwear.
PRICES CUT IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
I i U Li 0 i J 0 1 1 1 &dpyaayyQn
Outfitters for Men, Women and Cltlldran
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For Groceries and Feei
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Now Phone 140
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