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A WHOLESOME F
viti r riie $
is a wnolesome food, which builds and sustains the body.
Its a product of nature; an ingenious blending of WHEAT,
OATS, RICE and BARLEY, making a food, the nutri
tive value of which, is more than can be furnished by one
of these valuable grains alone. Try it and you will find it
outranks all other breakfast foods in flavor, nourishment and
digestibility. Ask your Grocer.
Public StcnotjraplieS "
Mrs. E. II. Taylor, who lias boon
bookkeeper for tbo Homo Telephone
Company has resigned her position
with them and Is now located In the
ofllces of Shcrrlll, Mtilkoy & Ilamll
, ton. Mis. Taylor Is n competent
stenographer and will do all kinds ot
public stenographlo work, making a
specialty ot the legal branch. Acctir
ucy and pi om pines a will bo her motto
nnd she solicits all kinds ot steno
graphic work. tf.
Why send oft to nao your clothe'i
made when jou can get them niaau
right hero at homo by Fred Dlerckl
just as cheap and 5 on can see then,
while they nro being made and there
Is no chance of jour suit being niadu
wrong or out ot stjle. Clothes clean
ed, repaired and pressed. The same
prompt attention Is given to ladles
Do suru to plant the nilety of
shnilo treei that )ou will bo pioud
of when joti got old. Harlow can
tell J on all itbout them
It It not what jou read that makes
ou wise, but what jou retain
It Is not what )ou eat that makes
j ou strong, but what jou digest
It Is not what jou in.iku that makus
ou rich, but what jou Bavo.
Wo know a man worth a million
dollars who attributes It to having fol
lowed Ilia abuve Let us help jou
get 'ell by paying jou 1 per cent on
join savings nrcount Tho (linen
vlllo National i:chango Hank, llio
Imgest bank In Hunt County.
POPULAR COUPLE MARRIED.
MARRIED ON SUNDAY.
Richard Bendel and Miss Clara Roucy Mr. John M. Neely and Miss Jewell
United In Matrimony. Priest United In Wedlock.
At 5 o'clock last ovcnlng Mr. Hlch-' At 1-30 Sunday nttornoon Mr. John
nrd llendcl and Miss Clara Hoboy M. Xeolj nnd Miss Jewell Filcst
were unltod In mnrrlago at tho homo word united In marriage by Hov. IM
nf 1 lli lirtilpa mntlir.1- In thn tirtxa. T. Pnmnnl-n nf lilft lwinln Mi Wnal 1 ..
enco ot the Immediate in"mbers of street, nfter which the couple repair-' 33237.50.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Deeds Filed For Record In Office of
(Furnished by Kllicey Abstract Co.)
Deeds Med Feb. 1, 1010:
J. Y. Stevvnrt ot nl to H. W. Port,
21214 acres of ltecso l'rlco sure,
the two families. Mr. ana Mrs. lien- od the homo of the groom's parents,
Uol left on tho Texas Midland for Mr. nnd Mrs. C M Neoly on Park
New Orleans where they Mill remain street.
n few dnjs and witness the MurJlj The bride Is the daughter of Mr.
Oras celcbiatlon, after which they nnd Mrs W. A Priest ot Park, street,
will return to this city to n.ike their mul was reared In this city. She Is a
homo. very charming and ninlablo joung
The bride was born and reared In lady who Is a favorite with nil who
Greenville nnd Is n prcttj nnd charm- know her, nnd la n tieniuro her litis
lug tiling lady and Is lo.cd by :i baud may be proud to possess,
largo clicle of friends and admirers.' The giooin Is n joung man of fine
She Is cultured ami will piesldo with business ability nnd Is emplojed In
Brace over th homo. 11 II. Jones establishment, lie is
Tho groom was rented In this city I "pillar nnd has hosts ot friends who
nnd Is the sou ol Mr. nnd Mrs. J. ttisl "I nll llln ' "B nml
Uendel. He has been for several '"ly llr nl1 '" thli " Uol
j ears assistant ngeut for the cotton a, sincerely Joins.
firm of Nell I'. Anderson
Ho is u
splendid j oung man and Is popular
with nil who know Mm. The joting
couple will havo the good wishes ot
tho whole cltj for a happy iii.nrled
Reliable Fire Insurance Companies.
1 htlll toptcsont tho old reliable 111 u
iiisurnnco companies which havo
stood tho tost ot tho llrcs In Green
Illo for moro than 30 soars, and pay
losses spot cash, without discount.
Come and see me or phono mo 3.
lllggar i. Wlnton, tho practical
shoemakers want to plenso jou. North
We Give Away
Absolutely Free of Cost
The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, in Plain
English, or Memcine Simplilicd, liy It. V. 1'icrcc, M. 1J.,
Chief Consulting Physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Sur
icul Institute at Huflulo, Imok of IOCS large nuges and
over 700 illustrations, in strong paper covers, to any one tending 21 one-cent
tamps to cover cost of mailing only, or, in 1'rench Cluth binding for 31 stamps.
Over 680,000 copies of this complete Famil) Doctor Hook were sold in cloth
binding at regular price of $1.50. Afterwards, one and a half million copies
were given away as above. A new, up-to-date revised edition is now reads
for mailing, llctter send NOW, before all are gone. Address Woian's Dis
rtNiARY Mbdical Association, It. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. V,
dr. rn:nci'9 favorite prescription
THE ONE RKMKDY for woman's peculiar ailments good enough
that iu makers are not afraid to print on its outside- wrapper Its
overy ingredient. No Secrets No Deception.
THE ONE lU'MKDY for women which contains no alcnltnl end
do habit-forming drugs. Mads from native medicinal forcct toots
of vveH established curative value.
Young Couple Joined In Matrimony
at WolTe City.
Sunday afternoon Mr. Iltuiy Set
man nnd Miss Item flutes vveie joined
'In man luge at Wolfu Cltj nl the
iliume ot Mr. and Mis. W. It. Talor,
agent or thu Cotton Hull at WoTo
Cits. Thu icioinony was perform d
lij ltev. C. W. Dennis,
'the btldo Is a dntighter of Atlornev
i A .1 Oatos and was reined at Com
uieice nnd this city Shu Is a pretty
nnd accomplished joung lad), ctiltui
I'd and rollned, ti graduate id Carlton
Ciillego nt Dunham Shu Is a social
The gloom was leaied In this e!tj
and Is a Mm of Mr. a d Mrs M, 1.
11. Se.mi.ui llu Is toiiiioctul with
the Bantu IV olflces In Cleburne and
was for some time In the K:it olflcis
in llreenvlllo. IIu Is a joung man ot
tine Ui.nactei and sdandB high sue
iallj and In business ilrcles, ami has
n blight lulu ro.
The Herald wishes Ml. and Mrs.
Seaman .t liappj mirrled life.
THREE NIGHTS A WEEK:
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY.
COURSES IN ENGLISH, BOOKKEEPING AND STENOG
RAPHY. ENGLISH INCLUDES PRACTICAL GRAMMAR,
LETTER WRITING, SPELLING, RAPID CALCULATION AND
WEST LEE STREET.
) v. tMM
MEETING OF PROPERTY OWNERS
Will Petition Council Today to Or
ganize an Improvement District,
A meeting was held last night at
the tesldenco of 13 W. Il.irilson
pin mi, int to adjournment, to consider
tho forming of an Improvement dis
trict. Tho new district will embrace
parts of Stewart, Paik, Walworth,
and Houston streets
A eummltleo was appointed, con
sisting of 13 W Harrison, J. M. TIs
dnll, 11 r Jones, fi H. lteall and T
M Ilotliull, who will present a petl
tlon to tho city council today asking
them to organize thu impiovemunt
district and nuthorlu them to Issue
bonds for the purpose of lajlng walks
on these stieets, grading and what
ever Is n cessary.
S. R. ETTE
the full confidence of the AVell-lnronned
of tho World and the Coinincnilition of
the most eminent physicians it was essen
tial that the component pirts of Syrup
of Tigs and i;iiir of Senna hhouM lie
known to and approved by them, there
fore, tho Califoriiii 1 ig Syrup Co. pub
lishcsa full statement with overy package.
The perfect purity and uniformity of pro
duct, which they ilenninl in a hsative
remedy of an ethical character, are assured
by the Company's originil method of man
ufacture known to the Company only
Tho figs of California are used in the
production of Syrup of 1'ig and I'.lKir o'
Senin to promote tho pleasant taste, but
the medicinal principles am obtained from
plants known lo act mot lioiicficiilly
To get its benefit! il i ITi' tM always Huj
the gi inline manufactured by-the Cali
fornia Tig Sjrup Co, only, and for Ba'i
by all leading druggists.
At 0;30 scsterdnj nio'iilug J. 11.
tlainblo and Miss Cm rah Huchumu
weio married by Hov. 13. 1,. Compere
at his home ou West Leo street They
will rebldo on U.irllng street.
A SHOWER ON SATURDAY.
A Pretty Bride Remembered by Her
Aftei a vacation o a few mouths
the .Maltha Junto! s met Sattirdn) nf
tertioou nl thu homo of Mrs IMlo
l.nngford for the itiiipuse ot shovvui
lug one of its iiLlivu members.
When tho br do, "Mis Justin Hurt,
fn ifji y Miss I low aid, entered the
dmi ao was showered with rlco
ll iowii by tho gills who wore crowd
ed about tho entrance.
Afler plajing hovoial Interesting
gaini'S of heal Is, (he bride was led to
a loom whole slut was gto.itlv sm
pilsul hj being nsked lo gather tho
lelothes fioin thu clothesline, these
being prettj and useful tokens nf
lovo and host wishes from the girls
A delicious silid course wan servtsl
after which tho girls wishing the
hildo a hnpp) life mid thanking theli
hostess foi so delightful ,i time, do
A MUSICAL EVENT.
Delightful and Informal Affair Given
by Mr. and Mrs. Frank White.
Ono of the very delightful affairs
of the season was thu informal bom
ot niiuslc given last night by Mi
and Mrs Frank White to meet Mr.
and Mrs 13uslgn, of Iown, who are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. White.
Mr. Kuslgn Is n splendid baritone
singer and the musical numbers weio
by him nnd Mrs. White with Miss
Claio Porklns accoinpaiiIng them on
tho piano Tho guests eujojed the
musical tieat lo tho fullest extent.
ARRESTED FOR CRAP SHOOTING.
Thirty-Six Negroes and Mexicans
Jailed n Sunday.
Buinl.i) afternoon nine Mexicans
nnd tweiit-seven negioes vveie m-
lested near Clinton ch.uged with
shooting ciaps, and weio In ought to
the c)t n d put In Jill to answer
tho chargo. 'I hoy ale pntt of a tall
load gang, 'llio oftkeis who made
the niicKtwcic J Sid Aiuohl, 13d
Hatucs, Ihmnctt Shlpp, W. 11 Croon,
Albeit Tanner and Claud llranch
Harry Shearer Falls From Pole In
East Austin and Dies.
Austin, Tex., Fob. 7 Harty II.
Shearer, aged 40, said to have been
fiom San Anlonlo, was electiocuted
hoiu today who his foot ciuno In con
tact with a primary light vvliu of thu
cltj hi 13ast Austin, vvlieio ho was
vvoiklng as n lineman fur tho South
western Telegraph & Tolephono Com
pany. Ilo foil fioin u top polo to tho
gtound. Ho lived only a few ii'i'nutos
alter receiving tho shock.
"Make a business of saving
and your savings will make
sou a business."
BUILDING AND LOAN
A Homo Institution to IIolp
STOCK NOW BEING ISSUED
1 havo been Belling Hall's Texas
Wonder for tho euro of KIdnoy, blad
der and rheumatic troubles since he
first put It on the market and I rec
commend It as tho best kidney medi
cine I have ever sold. Oeo's Dru
II W. Williams President.
13, Sehlff,,, Vico President.
L. 13. Illrdsong, Treasurer.
C. 1). Jones, Secretary.
W. U. Wlso, 13. Sehlff, J. O. Hay.
ter, II. W. Williams, llert lleall,
M, M. Arnold, C. II. Jonos,
W. II. James, W. W, Sockwell,
Jno. A, Hodgo,
Life on Manama Canal
IttiB had ono frightful drawback
lujlnrla trouble .that lias brought
suitor ng nun dentil to tnnusuuiis,
Tho gcriiii. cause chills, fever nnd
ugiiu, biliousness, lanndUe, lassitude
vv nl. ess and general debility. Hut
Ijlertrlc Hitters never fall lo de
stroy them and cure iccalarla trou
bles '"three bottles completely
cured mo of a very sovero attack of
miliaria," wiltns Win. A. Kretwell, of
f.iicania, N C, "and 1'vo had good
hlilth (over bIiiiu." Curo Hlomath,
Liver and Kidney Troublos, and pro
Hoarse Coughs, Stuffy Colds,
pain In chest and sore lungs, urn
sjii'ptoins that qulikly dovcloji Into
n duiigeious Illness If the cold is
not cured I'oley'B Honey find Tnr
stops the lougu, liouls and eases the
congested pal In and bungs quick re
I3xcollent patterns In table ware,
llio nicest Hogers Silverware Com
pany makes. Host quality for tho low
ust price. Dr. M Ilcskow, Optician.
13. A. Moore nnd wlTo to J. W, Dav
enport, SO acres ot C 11. McDonald
survey; $200 00.
W. 1) Womnck and wife to J. It
Ward, 15 ncrys of 13. Ttdwell survej;
J C It. llftjnes nnd wife to W. 11
Hush et nl, patt ot block No, 14,
O. T. V. Uteonvillo; fSGOOOU.
J, W .Davenport to W J. Anderson,
I Danes ot C. 11 McDonald surve ,
llett lleall to V. A. White, lot In
Clt) ot (Ireenvllle, on O'Neal street;
Deeds llled lVb. 2, 1910:
C. M. Wind and vvlfiHo C. 11. Mei
chant, 00 acres ot It. O. l.usk survoj;
S. 13, Duntinm to C II .Merchant.
Ii0 nrres of lteese Id'rlco mirvoj,
1. W. Culp nnd vvlfo to t). W. John
ston, M7 notes ot the 11. (1. Thweatt
survey j 102.-0 00,
0. W. Johnston to 0. A. Parker,
2fi7',i acres ot tho 11 O Thwentt sur
C. H Neoly mid vvlfo lo Isnbell
Smith, tract or land In Samuel Cow
lo survej; ?IO0 00.
H. 13. Diiiiunm nnd wife to J. I,. Pat
ers, So acres ot 1 N. Moteland sm
vev; f Sua 00.
C. A. Paiker lo T. 13. H.ililvvlii,
KTA ncies of 11 0. 'lhwealt sui
icj; $111150 00.
1,, 1. lluwinr.il to II. U Itediis, lot
In Cltj uf Greoiivlllu In John Ulllcs.
pie wirvej; $22.10 00.
S. .1 Taj lor to J V Darnell, lot In
Cltj of Orcein llio lu M M. Knight
suivey, $1000 00.
W N Culvet lo W I. .Montgomerj,
lots 7 and b tu block No 2J, In town
of Celeste, $500 00
C. C Connullj and vvlfo lo llenrj
Maker, 30 ncies ut W 11 Hunt sui
ley, $15110 00.
N. W Waul et al to 0 11. Mel
chant, 110 ncies of Hooko PiIco sui
W. II. Adiiius el nl, trustees lo Hill
Hostile, lot 1 In block No. Mil, Col
Iot,o Hill addition to (iioonvllle; ?75.
Deeds llled 1'uli. It, 11110:
.1 II. While et al to C. 13 lluuloi
lot 7 111 block No. 18, O. T. P. Oiecn
II. 13. Crunk nnd wife to V. 13
Casey, GO acies of tho Samuel Klp-
n.in Mirvey; $2500 01).
J. A. Hooves and wife to J. W.
Ovei.ill et al, 118 acies of John House
nud Hubbard Short survejs; $1000 00
S. J. Anderson and wife to Sum
Ventres, lots 5 and 7 ill block No i.
Aiyduisou addition to (Iteenvillu,
C. A .Muulloii to V M Davis, put
ot block No It! Moultoii addition to
(Ire nvlllo; $225 00.
II. 1'' Hone to 11. T WealheiH,
11.700 alios of John Stevens survej,
J. O III oss and wire to 11. C Me
(liiughoy et ill, lot 111 City of Clnen-
vlllu ou John lilllcsplo suivuj; $2250,
Deeds llled l'eb I, 1010
Walter Williams to Hulioj Owens,
pail of lot J lu block No I, Moultou's
addition lo (liueiivllle; $t,0.O0.
11. P. Nicholas nnd wlfo to 0. J.
Daniel and wife, DIG ncies of thu
John l.orlug smvoj; $500 00,
13. 13. Mnlouoj et al to 1. M. .Mo
Keo, lot lu City of Coimueico, on J.
A Uiirnett survey, $500 00
J. A. Miller nnd wlfu lo It. C. Car
roll, 10 ticieu ot the Marj Mundaj
suivej; $1100 00.
It. T. Williams and wlfu lo Annlo
M. Klmluough, lot I lu block No. 1,
Alliums addition lo I'enlel; $100000
Dallas Hurbuit and wife to City of
Commune, lots 1 nud 2 and lots 11
and 12 In block No. 5 Hundley park
addition to CominerLu, $1100 00
Commerce Dlcctrlu J.lght Co. lo
City of Cominuiie, lot In City of Coui
merco ou J, A. Uuiuetl survey; $1250
llertn V. Sniuuell to C. A. Stiuvo,
lot lu City of Commerce, on I). An
ders survey; $0000.00.
Jeff Olleld and wire to J. W. Alex
ander et al, 100 acres of thu David
tinnier and James Jiuwuiimm Mil
Junius Armlstead lo J. W. Alex
ander tt id, I tracts of laud of Jacob
long and J. P. Itowotuiun surveys;
Deeds llled l'eb 5, 1010:
1'. I. Thornton to I, I, HtigliuH,
HUT- acres of llenrj Illloy survey;
J. II, Lewis and wlfo to 13. H.
Lewis, 108 acres of Allen llnrrls a' il
A. Ogilcn surveys; $1110000.
N. C Llpsoy and wlfo to N. D Up
sflj, 53 31 acres of T. II. I'roozo and
l3nos Murphy surveys; $2350.00.
U. W. Miiugruvo anil wife to 11 M
Hatcher, lot lu City nl Commerce, ill
James A llurnctt survo), $1300 00.
J C Ilrdwu lo T J. llranhuiH lot
in City uf Oreo villi), lu John (llllui)
plo survey; $1050 00,
N. 11 I'ollt nnd vvlfo to TJ. Ilrown,
putt of lots l and 5 In block No II
O. T P. Ore. uvlllo; $300 00.
Resolutions on Death of A. H. Mitch
ell Presented and Adopted .
Juilgo T D. Montroso opened tho
dlsltlct cou't nl 8 30 jdstorday
Tho docket was sounded and then
U I, Uovvtnnu on behalf ot tho com
mute Hjiopllited by the bar read tho
l evolutions an tho death ot A. II
iMtclvoll, Xfthlch vvoM pub'lshed In
the llornld of Sunday morning
Air, How mail niado brief remarks
and Judgo Montroso pnld a fooling
tribute to the deceased inombor of
the bar. II. tj Ilvaus followed lu
oxtended uunnrkB telling of his as
socl.itlou vvllh Mr. Mitchell, after
which Judgo Montrosu Instructed tho
clerk In lecord the resolutions on
tho minutes or tho court
Al 10.30 (ho Jurj for tho week
was enipnnelled and tho ease tit llro
Unwell ? M. K l1 was called
nnd went to trial hut was later dls
missed and vvl'.l bo runted.
Tho ease of Drown vs. Affleck 4.
Co, vvns dlsnilssod foi waul ot piose
The ense ot .1. 13. Isluini vs M , K
& T. rond was taken up nnd part of
the July selected and the lost of the
Juij will ho selected this morning.
'I ho Hist day ot tho second week
ot cuuit II ds Hie court light up wllh
the docket nud oxpidltlug business
Meeting of the Kavanaugh Foreign
Tho I'oielgu Mlsslonnij Socletj of
Kavanungh i lunch mot jeslorday
Willi Mis. .1 P. Atlelieity, and olect
rd thu follow lug oftlteis: Mrs. M
M, Arnold, president; MrB J. A
Smith, llrsl vleo prosldoul; Mi h. U.
R VntiKhaii, necouil vice presldeu ;
Mis II. P Nelson, third vloo pies
dent, Mis. I W .House, tieasurer;
Mrs J P Atti'lieiry, teeiiiiliiiR see
letarj; Mis. C T. K'ouued). rnrio-
BIHindliig secietuij, Mrs Dplhogtovd'
was ilecled delegate to the Institute
which will meet nl Coiniuoiie, l'eb,
25th. The hostosn solved delicious
refiisliinents 'I he socletj Is stint
ing off lor llio year lu oxcellent urn
Alexander & EVIitchei!
&&&KrHfrr -cMiw:-X"X-i-X..3"..X" 01 Xr Wr
THE SHOE MAN Soles Shoes Fo
75 cents. At Old Stand, Next
Door to Arvin's Drugstore.
Woathers Grain Go,
FEED AND COAL
Office and Warehouses ou I
St. John Street, Opposite
Uotli Phones -li.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Till! STATU Ob' T13XAS, (
County uf Hunt. J
11V VIIITUU ot an Execution i
sued out ut tho llouorablu County
Court of Hunt County, on tho 3lst
day of Jau'y, 1910, by tho Clerk thuro-
of, lu tho casu ot (IreonvIIlo Nation'
al llkclinngo Ilnuk vs. W. It, What
loj', No. 3G03 and lo mo, us Snap
Iff, directed nnd delivered, I will
proceed to sell, within tho hours Jim
set Hied by law for Sheriff's Balos, on
Tuosday the iBt day ot March, 1310,
ut tho Court House door, lu Hunt
County, Toxas, lo the highest bidder,
for cash lu bund, tho following do
scribed ptopcrty, to-wlt;
A pint of thu l'ranclnco Quliitniu
survuy, situated about S mllus north,
C degrees east fioin tho City ut
Uroeuvlllo and consisting of lltX!!
n oil's, the same being tho tract ot
laud set apart lo defendant, W. H
Whatluy, lu n suit lu tho OlBtrlct
Com t of Hunt County, Tovna, nuiii
beted GCI'.', vvhoreiii J. 11. Whatloy
et al wuro iil.ilullffj nnd Mrs. X.uln
WilllantH et ul wore dufondauts, us
Hhuwu lu tho report of tho coinm,!8-
slonera on pago 19, vol. O. Civil Min
utes of tho Slli Judicial Olstrlct Court
nt Hunt County, Texan, to tho mill
men uf which said com t, mid tho ru
turn of thu sheriff ou nald vrlt nf
attachment loforenco la hcru made
for moro eoitalnty, which iittachmcnt
Hen was recognised by llu court
and tho said above doscrlbcd laud
ordcicd bold under execution for the
satisfaction of this Judgment, levied
on us tl'3 proporty of V. H. Whatloy
tu sal'sfy n Judginent nmnuiitlug to
?U5l.r,B dollars. In favoi of Urcouvlllu
National llxehaugu Hunk and cost ot
(liven under my hand, this 31ut
day ot January, 1910,
D. h lir.MSMI.T,,
Ily Ilobl. Hulsoy, Deputy.
Sore Lungs and flaw Lungs,
Moat people know llln fi ellui;, and
the uilsoiablu ulillo of III heal lb It
ludlratuu, All people should know
thai I'liley's Honey unit 'I in, llio
greatest tbioat ami lung leiuedj,
will quickly eit.'i lbu soreness anil
cough nnd loutoro n noiin.il tondl
tloii, Ask for I'oluj b Hiiiiej mid
Tin Hold by (.' W Hc
That u elunii, nlie, friiKniul loin
poiiiid like IllKkleu'H Arn'en Halve
Will I aUintly relieve a bail burn, ml
scnhl, vvinuul 01 piles, slagge Hkep
tics. Hut pout omen piove II s u
uoi'diirful bonier of llio vuist sonm,
tillers, bolls, feloiiH, oiwinu, sklu
eruptions, us a I mi happi d IiuikIh,
sprains nnd turns Trj il 2f,c ut all
i i m
Struck a filch Mine
H W. He lis, nf Coal City, Ala,
wi) he sliuek a porfei i nunv of
h ulth lu Dr. King's New l.lfo Pills
for llioy uiteil him of Mver and Kid
noy Trouble ufler 12 years of suffer
lug. 'Ihoy aro tho best ul'ls on
earth fin Constipation, Mahiila,
.tfliiplticjiu, Djspwla, lX'bllltJt i'M
in an uriiKKisis
KING OPERA HOUSE
SATUREAY, FEBRUARY 12
B, C. WHITNEY'S
Production of the Oloom Dispelling Musical MUturo
ISLE of SPICE
COMPANY OF FIFTY.
PIQUANT MUSICAL MIXTURE
SLE OF SPICE
FAMOUS FOR MUSIC, FUN AND DEAUTY.
TWENTY WHISTLING SONG. HITS AND UNIQUE DANCE8.
Hook by Allen Lowo nnd Ocn. E. Stoddard. Mualo by
Jerome and Schlndler. Hinged by Otis Hnhlke.
ORQANIZATION OF FIFTY PEOPLE.
THREE SOLID MONTHS IN NEW YORK. FOUR SOLID
MONTHS IN BOSTON. 221 NIGHTS IN CHICAGO.
PRICES 25c TO $1.50
A siix)erL tram
Nut juvt an orJinar) tr.uit- but an extra
A ti.im that sets the pace fur other trams to
follow loinetli'iii: in advance of an) thine,
oNe t.i thu Southwest.
The Katy Limited
I is ill n ibst bj Itself. It lias eabllshcd a
new- rrcorii tor minion nml convciuciicc in
travel hum Tcxai
I o St. Louis nnd Kansas City
ThU limlied train nf iiiillnuieil umifiirii Is
hrilh lull) lighted tliruiiliuiil, and upilppcd
1 CHAIR CAR!) mure attractive and mnr
comtorUble ttun umiiI No extra fare tnr ..t.
SI.l.HPliRS that are put little finer (lian any
previmitly built bi(k'er laJica" toilet rwma dental
lavatoriej alijin window acrcena electric fana
clectridltettli hlita obaervation car.
The Katy I.imlicd, vvithits
Companion Train, tlie Katy Flyer
(jlvc the Katy two fast trains dally, wiih ihrnughchaii cars and slecpeu
to St I uuK, Knnus City and poinii North and l".nst
Allyvu n.J rrmemlcr NOW in alinnintf a ittp itana luita worl ' Kaly. '
ft ileliabla Remedy
Ely's Cream Balm
is qi.lclr atiioibcd.
Cues r.i'iiel ot Once,
ft (tjii- , t-al ,-.
.uda and plol tts
he diiv ii I tuni.
iruue r.ui'ing Ji.m Catarrh and drlvn
ay L(4d m the JIcwl quu kl ltetor(ai
.ho B- tiM-aoI TwUi uud huitll. l'ull site
60 cu. at UioiiiflitU or by msil. U'tnld
The Dest Hour o( Life
Is when yon do soioo uroat deed or
discover somu wonderful fuel Tills
hour ciiuiu to J It. I'll!, of Hotky
Mt, N. C, w hen ho was Hiirferlm;
imenstdy, us he says, "from tho I
worst told I over had, j Hum piovod
to my tiroat satisfaction, what a won
derful Colli mid Cough curo Dr.
KIurs Now Disc overy h- Tor, aftoi
taking ono bottle. I was entlrulj
lured You can't say anything too
good of a mcdltliiu llko that" Us
thu surest n d best remedy for dis
eased Iuiibs, IlcmorrhaKes, aHrlppe
Asthma, Hay Kovor any Throat or
Lung Trouble, 50c, 91.00 Trial bottle
free (luaranteed by all druggists
More miopia aro taking l'oloy's
llldney lllemedy overy yoar. It Is
considered tho most effeitlvo lomedy
tor an Kidney and bladder troublos
that mullcul sclencu can devise, Fo
ley's Kidney Hvmedy corrects Irreg
ularities, builds up the system, ami
rostores lost vitality. Sold by 0. V.
A low n dilutes delay In ik-bUuk
some eases of noun, uvea tlio leiiKiu
of llmo It tukos lo ,u for a dotlor
ciftbii (inn us dang lous Tho suNsl
way U to l.oi flittiniienu n s i umu
Iteinoily In tlio liouaxi, mid at the
Hist Indication ol cioup give lh
child it dose. I'luasaiit to tuke uud
lwas uir Kohl by unHaugl!
Ilrus. uud all druggists
ii a mi " '
If tioubleU Willi indigestion, ton
Btlpatlo , nu uppetlto or fowl bilious,
give Chamberlain's Stomach ami
1,1 vox TahletH a trial nud you will be
pleased with the result. 'I beam tab
lets Invlgoiate the stomach and liver
and strength u the digestion Hold
by McOaughey Ilros. and ail drug
gists. a ii ''
You should not fill to oou and see
ray superb lino til cut glass, Tho best
for tho money over oOernd. 'Pr. M
m i ai '
We do everything from sqwlng a
Orniio l!almuruer. Monitors ci. I i,BM vnrltlm phmm him
Ur Urotb a Dtf Warru huevt, New Xor.. ' uei,t varlHM. Phono him.
Plant trees now. Barlow ha, Ita" VZ&??J?A
I North Stonewall HL
A Itoaolullou Providing That tho City
Council of tho City of Oroenvlllo
Texas, Hhall Cull nu Election to bo
Held ou the 28th Day of Fobruiirly,
I'JIO, nt Width Hleclloti tho Quos
Htm Bhull bo Hubmlttcd to thu l'rop
erty Tax l'n)lug Voters of tho City
Whether or Not the City Council
Hliull Issuo J-0,000 In Uouds Tor tho
l'urpuoo of thu Construction ot Klro
BlatluiiH lu llio City ot (Ireenvllle;
Providing How Said Hlcctlun Shall
Ho Held nud Who Hhall Hold tho
Whoreiiu, the City Council of tho
City of Uiconvlllo, Texan, dooms It
uilvlsiihlo to Issuo bonds of said city
for thu purpose hereinafter mention
ed. 'I horefore, It In hereby ordered by
tho city council ot tho City ot (Ireon
vIIlo, Toxas, that nu election be hold
on the 28th day of February, 1910, at
which olectlou tho followliiE proposi
tion bo submitted:
Shall thu city council of tho city of
Gicutivllto, Texas, be authorized lo is
suo 20,000 lu bouds, payable 10 years
after date with tho option ot redeem
lug one ?.jU0 bond at any time after
tho end of the first your, uud thu stimo
amount ut uny time alter tho end of
ouch and every othur year durlug-itho
llfo of said bonds, beginning with num
ber ono nnd rotilliiiilui; seriatim, bear
ing Inleiost at tho rate of not exceed
ing C per tent, por annum payable
semi annually, and to levy and to col
lect a lax sufficient to redeem them nt
inulurlt) ; for tho purposo of tho con
struction of lire stations lu tho City
(laid election to bo held at 210 W.
Lie stroet In Ward Numbor One; nt
wfSS W. Washington stioet In Wurd
Number Two and ut thu City Hull In
Waid Number Threu; and tho follow
ing named persons shall bo aud aro
hereby appointed us presiding Judges,
assistant Judge uud clerks lu thu or
der named tor oath vutlng box
Ward No. I, J. A- Phillips, I.. C I'ou
iilngton, W. 8. Wurd and Ham I'olk;
Ward No. 2, T .!'. Hagodiilo, Van Rob
ertson, Allied llortun and Jack Tlsch
timelier; Ward No, 3, Arthur Har
rison, Frank Hyde, A l Illrdsong
and Jim f.lllii.
Hald ulectlon sliull bo hold under tho
provisions of Chapter 110 Acts of tho
2Clh legislature, J-iws of 1833, and
onlv ijualllled voters who are proper
ty lax payers of said city shall be
allowed to vote, and all voters de
siring to support tho proposition to
Issuu houds shall buvo printed on
their bnllolB tho words, 'Tor tho Is
unties of bonds," nud thoee opposed
to tho proposition shall have printed
on their ballots tho words, "Against
tbo issiwuu ot houda,"
The manner of holding said election
shall bo governed by tho laws ot tho
statu regulating general elections.
A copy of this order signed by the
major of the City ot Clrocnvlllo shall
Brve as a proper notice of said olec
tlou, and tho mayor Is directed 'o
causo said notice to ho posted at a
public place lu each voting precinct
for thirty days (30) Uaya prior to
said olectlou aud alto causo tho satao
to bo published In the dreenvlllo Her
ald at least thirty (30) days prior to
Attest. J03. P. mCIIOUJ,
W. A- FHAZBll, City Clerk.
A Safeguard to Children.
"Our two children of six and eight
5 ears havo boo- slnco Infancy sub
j ct to colds nnd croup. About thrcg
jours ago I started' to uso Foley's
Honey nud Tar, and It has uovor
failed to prevent nud curo thesu
troubles. It Is the only medicine I
ran got tho children to take without
a row," Tho above from W, C. Orn
stein, (Ireen Day, Wis, duplicates
thu experlenco of thousa ds of othur
uaors of Foley's Houoy and Tar, It
cures coughs, colds and croup, and
prevents brouclilthi and pneumonia.
Hold uy C. W. (loo.
When You Need
Fol y's Orlno Laxatlvo. Wliea you
havo that dull, heavy, feverish feel
V g, accompanied by constipation.
When lull have headache, Indiges
tion, biliousness, palu In stoml cli
and bowels, then you neod Fol y's
Orlno Laxative. It moves tho bowels
freely a d gontly, and thoroughly
clours tho Intestinal tract. It does
not grlpo or uauscatu nnd cures con
stipation. Sold by C. W. doo.
While It Is often Impoaslblo to pro
vetit nu accident, It Is novor Impossi
ble to be prepared It Is not boyond
any oik's purse. Invest 25 cents In
u buttle of Chamberlain's Llnlmont
and jou aro prepared for sprains,
bruises and llko Injuries. Sold by
Mcllnughey Ilros, nnd all druggists.
What mother Is not looliing fori
something that will help hrr children)
in the little lilts of life, something)
for the stomach trouble and the.
bowel trouble? Long ago she prob
ably has Become convinced that
child cannot readily swallow a pill
or a tablet, and that to "break them
in half and crush them" is an annoy
ance; that usually tliey work too druill
tally, und uie nausuatlng; and loo pow
erful fur the llttte ono' stomach.
Any moiner wno win iaso vuo irouoiv
ot seudinaT licr name, and address can ob
tain a Iron sample, botlla ol a remedy
that thousands of other mothsrs ro uslnc
and now paying for This icmtdy Is Dr.
Caldwell's llyrup Pepsin, and tlio offer of
froa trial boltla Is open to any mothsn
who lias not yet used It. lluvfne used
It and convinced yourself that It Is what
you want, you can obtain tt In the fu
ture ot your druKKlat at liny cunts and
ono dollar a bolllo. just as so many
ethers are dotnu, tlio trto sample tome;
Imply to convliico you ot Us merits. It
Is the best way to begin on It. Mrs. la.
IJavts ot 1st W Harrison atreet, Chicago,
and Mrs Mary IKirord, llio Coka street.
Louisville, ICy, both slatted -with a, (res
ampin and now they write that they
have never been without a bottle la the.
It il undoubtedly sTteat family rem
edr, as It la adapted to all ages, betnat
inlW and pleasant to take and yet thor
oughly tflecttve. It Is especially tha
Ideal remedy for children and wo-nen ana
old folks, who need somsthlnsT pure, mt!4
and natural. It has tho advantage of ne
1ns a thorourh Laxative and yet contains
tonlo properties Uso it for the inosti
tubborn constipation. Indigestion, llverl
trouble, ali'k headache, sour stomachl
and meh complaints with a guarantee;!
trial it win cure ... . , ,
Or. Caldwell personally wiu pe inu
n ulu. vm nv m.Vli?ill fldvlce VOU IDSY
dealie for yourstlf or family pertalnlae lo
the storuaih, liver or bowels absolutely
f tee of charge 1 xplaln your case la a.
letter ond he will reply lo you in ueuu
or the free sample simply send your
......... nrf na.1ra.tt rtn . rujatal raril or
otherwise For altlur leuUMt the doctor's!
indtesi I. Dr, W. 11 Caldwell, 11 MS Cald
well Kuliaintr, wonuceno, iu.
2ittal Cntarrli quickly yields to treat
ment by the agreeable, oromatlo lily's
Cream IMra. It U rec(.ltel through th
notrils and clns and hvals the wbola
surface over which It cU0us Itself, Drug.
gUts iU Ui 60e. siie. Test It M","
are snru to coptlnue the treatuieat till ro.
Jo oecotnuiodata those who aro partial
to the um of atooiltcrs In applying htuliU
Into the nasal passages fr MtnrrM trva.
Uti. tua propneluis prcparu CreaMllalinlu
Ihiuld form, which wUIb known u JdyU
Lfiiitia Cream Iklru. rrle locluding thir
spraying tub Is 75 eeuts. Prugt-fcU or by
lasal' Thu liquid form embodies the wad,
Uhul proiwrtlM of the telUI preiuuitlou.