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OF COURSE
YOU CAN BUY SHOES ELSEWHERE BUT THEN YOU
KNOW THAT WOULDN'T BE WISE, BECAUSE YOU WOULD
HAVE TO SELECT FROM FEWER SHOE STYLES AND
SIZES. COME TO THE MERCER SHOE STORE TODAY.
HAVE A MERCER SHOE FITTCR FIT YOUR FEET TO
MERCER SHOES AND FIND OUT WHY
Metcet's .Shoes Arc
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GREENVILLE. TEXAS.
228 WEST LEE STREET.
MOREY ABBOTT, MANAGER.
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REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS.
1 WHITE FIRE, TORNADO, PLATE GLASS, LIGHT
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LIABLE COMPANIES WHICH HAVE PROMPTLY PAID
THEIR LOSSES IN GREENVILLE FOR MORE THAN THIR
TY YEARS. THBY ARE STAYERS AND NOT QUITTERS.
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IF YOU WANT TO BUY, LET ME KNOW.
IF YOU WANT TO SELL, LET ME KNOW.
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW MONEY, LET ME KNOW
I KNOW HOW.
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City
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FIRE,
TORNADO,
LIABILITY,
ACC DENT,
AUTOMOBILE,
LIVE STOCK.
SURETY-BONDS
Insurance
Oall KWlabli Coiip)i: lirnroinli
illlloi WJ Norij btoneitirjtrit
Both Phone JC1.
wiaOING ON.
GIVE MERCER SHOES
THOROUGHLY. MERCER
BL A 'GOOD IDEA FOR YOU
NOTHING TO LOOK
Delinquent Tax Rolf
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
NAMI3 IajL Ii.otk Suncy. Amount
Abliott, II. II 10, 12 l! Woolen Mill Ad... ?5.03
Cr.iililock, Jlsso (col).... a l"u ,. .'38
hduards, Geo. (col) J, 5,0- 4 W. II1.1 .83
GrKsaoiE., Jim (rol)., 3 00 Hriz 4.18
llorlon, Alftud i 27S Grangor 11.30
Horton, Alfred 1 210 GrniiEor .". 6.05
llanlson, A. S 4 3SS 01" 11.90
Jones, W. r. .'. 0 523 7.11
Klrklln, Oblo (col) 7 -Moulton T 1.1U
.Murroll. Joo (col) 5 I7G 2.3S
McCuncn, Sami , 2 103 1 8. 04
Nix, 13 ll.llst '. .. 8 1GS llrli S.9I
Noland, .Mm. 13 W 2 70 Lrh. 11.90
N'olanil, K It 2 03 Graiii'r 47.00
lti!c, I3d. N 1,2,3 !! Moulton I'.Sl
Itiloy, 13d. N 1 Gil 8.94
Hobs, n. II u..... 10, II, 12 2 Wright Ad 11.90
8ti'lieiiH, Jno. (col) :i IS) Gl! 1.4S
Vnslior, All. (col) 4 171 11m; 3.CS
WIIII.IIHS, lllrlianl (ml)... . 1 1 J. and II. Ad .Z'J
Wortliain, Geo. (col) 5 171 Oil 2.38
Wood, II. I) 4 22 Gil 17.85
Will I on, II. T S 104 Gibbons 7.75
NON-ItnsiDUNTS:
Alexander, F 10 1,2 .Moulton 1.10
Itouldln, .Mrs Sun 140 r.3 Hriz 1.7s
Halwln, Mrs. V. K 2C, 27, 2S 21 C. Ht'l .58
Ilosllc. M. C 10,18,20,2" 2G W. Mill , 83
Cox, Ilmt 10 1 W. Hill , .59
Childress, II 14,1c 10 C. Mil .53
flfoi-Rc. Mrs It. I pt 2.T4 (111 .51
Goorgo. W. M 2 2S0 Grnnger .53
Hnnsoll, Mrs. fi. J. Est 3 171 Uliss .S3
Hajos, C. r 12,11 11 0. Hill C'j
HukIu's, J. rt 2,4, 0,S S
Huslius. J. It 17,13,23 lp
IIiiRlies, J. It 15,17,19
21and22 12 ,. 1.79
Hon oil, S 13 15,17 20 C. Hill.. I.J, ;53
Janit-a, W. II S',S4S'.5 3 Arnold Ad 1.19
I.011B. W. II 20,22 '20 C. III.l 53
Jlnildox, Illllaon Co 2, I 11 W. Mill ;..., .53
llaxwell. J A I 1 Arnold .59
Murchlson, I3IK 5, 17 13 0 Hill 59
lleMlllor, A. W. (col) 1 1 Moulto-i l.m
McCluro, 13. ,M 1 3 W. Hill Ad 59
Pnjne, Geo NV41NJi5 2 Arnold 1.13
Parks. Mis 11 0 UV4 13547 2 Gil 4.70
rounds. Less 20,21 7 "W. Mil! 23
Itattnn, Mrs It 24 1CS Oil l.io
Shirley, T. 13 11,10 IS C. Hill 63
Turne-, M. H. (colj 10,12,11 20 C. Hill 9
Wilson, Jill! 1 170 Gil 2.SS
Wills, Gordon 9,10 1 C. Hill .59
While, V T 10 40 C. HID 23
I, John II. 1.111k, Cltv Assessor and Collector for the City 0! Grnenvilln. norlh tllrourt .,, hl-v nir.lnn,
Texas, do liowby ccitlfy that tho above ami roregom; '- n tru and cor- norm tnrfJ2a l CBarl.y GIrdnoi
roct Hut of p oimitj delinquent for taxes for the v ,ir uu9. and tho i Property that It would ba satisfactory
amounts of taxes duo on each separata
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The Hlflh Cost of Llvlnrj.
I in reabes tho prlco of many ueces
ltles nllhout Iniproilng tho quality,
Foley's Honey and Tar maintains its
high siundn'd of oxccllouco and Us
Bieat uirativo iiti.illtlea without auy
lucrtiasvs in roit. it Is tuu nest reme
dy for coughs, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough and all ailments ut thg
throat, client aud lungs. Tlio gen
uine Is In a yul'ow package. Itctuso
substitutes. Sold by Coo's Drug
Store.
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II WILL PAY YOU TO CIO ON A
MICIlCElt SHOPPING TIHP TOMOR
ROW MHltdllt S1I013 CO.
THIS SAJ.1-3 OF ALL SAI.K8. TUB
SIIOH SALT AT FJIKI) MKHOIJIl
BllUli CO.
HON'T FAIL TO VISIT TUB 1110
SHOE SALE AT MHUCHIt'S.
First class engraving at tho lowest
prices In toivn. T. P. Flnlg.
Evetgreaus for tho graduates-
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Harrison.
JIElICKH'fl Iliti SHOE SALE NOW
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AND Wt; WILL DHOW YOU Oj)E OF OUR MERCER OHOE
STYLES DUILT EXPRESSLY FOR YOUR PAHTICULAR FOOT.
YOU WILL FEEL THAT IT 13 THE SHOE YOU HAVE DEEN'
LOOKING TOR. IT WILL PAY YOU TO CO Oj'J A MERCER
SHOPPINQ TRIP TOMORROW. VI3JT OUR MERCER OHOE
STORE ASK 70 SEE OUR NSW OTYLC MCRCER SH0C3,
PUMPS AND OXFORDS, At ft.BDUOED PRICE3. YOU CAN
CAVE MONEY TO-MORROW.
Every Shoe r and Purjap at
Reduced Prices
AN OPPORTUNITY TO PLEAD THEIR
SHOES ARE MADE TO WKAR
TO VISIT OUR GHOE GTOHC AT
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tract. JOHN II ELLIS,
City, Afseso- and CoUoatcr.
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Card of Thank:,
Wo lsh to ttttnk Vie Supreme1
Lodge office s ot the U B. A. arrd E
T. Cloiumouj, dlstrlet mauager for
their proiu(il payment of our claim.
Mr. Drnlio d cd Sunday, May 22, and
n bulled K.adttj, May Vi On
Tuosda Mr Clorjn-.ons pa,d us ?liU
nnd on Saturday May 3, Mr. CIcu:
minis imld tho balance JOOU go no
wish to oupress our upprcclu.lun oi
tho efforts of Mr. Cleminoi ana l!w
promptness ot tle V 11 A order
Nunoy 13 Drake and Faini y
Tho crowds whic'i nit udrd tho i
dome Inst n-qoU ere loud in tho r
praises of the exultant pograa.: iti
picturos, tongs and tuutdc Ele.i ui
that house
Dolls) Dollsl pol'tl
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this wci k onlj N W r
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week ot Kootps. C-l I
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CASE LET THEM PROVE THEin SUPERIORITY.' . TRY THEM
HADE TO PLEACE; ONE PAIR SELLS ANOTHER. IT WOULD
2r3 VEQT LEE OTnCET AND
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THE INTERURDAN ROAD.
Pribifcb no'-lci That Will to Delect
ed For tho Lin:. j
Tio CrcanvH'.o-Wolfo City Intcrur-'
tra lino 13 rc:clvlns tho nttr.atlon tit '
the proc."03s!ro bualnotc men In llio
ell", and o' tho -v"do-avral;e farmers
fctnvcn GrtcvU'o aud Woirc City.
Mr. Conpt:a v;ho rc2Mc3 between
SUM ani UVy cal'cd at tho offices
0." the company to ceo what was the
jeBt prespectu tor hU section of thj
covnty. Ha 13 ir.-jst Interested In a
:co tUat would run ca3t of T'Uwoll,
'.Kjst -cf S. J .Biook-a rcEldonco, north
'UicBh tho rrather plsce, iheace by
Ty:ers ta Wolfij city. 'ihU would hi
-a air line routo ncrth foni whoro
tho line would turn cast of tho S.v
Wnc.
Mr. Compon dates that ho Is vll-itafc-
to assist In scttlns tho next best
thing If ho does not cot tho rorl
through his farms.
White itock anl TidwoU comunl
t!6s baie joined hands on tho Whlto
Rock road, and Tlduo'l U a'co o
log It alone on tho Tidwcll valley
lOUtO. 1 vft j'rj
Iiei-crts from Aberfoy!o s "to 'tho
oKcc'. "that that coraunlty 3 buay ei.il
Is Eclair to show up well for tho lino
to corns by Abcrfcylc. ""
Jacobin conrrunlty la Eott'c to
geticr and will probably unlto ca a
remto that wl 1 to tho bC3t for a':.
Tho Hansyltcs and tho Glrdncrltoa
wllf probably nsroo en ono rotAo.
VT. W. Wa-ldle, J. T. Spradllns an 1
Robert ilc Whiter csKcd ct tho office
yes'erday and went over tho propo
elt.'cn with tho secratary. They vo
In favcr of the L. h. Eowraaa propos'.
tlon as to tho Una crosclns Ilorc.'
croel; en or at tho L. L Kowman farm
S2d thenco go noi'ih near tho J. 'I.
Gpradllac- cchcol louse. Theso sen
tlcccn stated that It tho read was ex
tondul there nort"i to tho south cast
part of Ilora Kliutso place, tlienco
to tho cnUro Jacobin community, and
- would bo cf tho greatest benefit to
a!'.
A pjtlfoa wl'l bs pr3;catcd to tho
cor 1 -any cincd by tho Jacobla po
n!o roiuestlag that tto lino bo locat
" .' r- a -3vo act forlh.
Tho company oxpocts '10 bo ablo 10
rc'.ctt cno o- men routes In ten da; a
for permanent curvey nnd location.
THE COLORED SCHOOLS.
Will Have Their Cloriia Exercises at
7: JO Tomorrow Uvervnp.
Tco prtoary department of tho col
ored schools had :U csercUea Friday
night at Nov; Hopo church which wiib
crowded to witnosa tho exhibition, Ar
tcr a chorus Kov. 13. Tord offered tho
Invocation.
The story of "Llttlo Ited nidliw
ilocd" v38 then given by tho children
u'.th the follpwlng ca3t: Itcd Itldlnp
Hood, Mlnnlo May Moor'; Motltc,
Aainia Lavrlo Thomp:on; WoHe,
lAunlda.0. Pr.t; Talry Queen, Dais.'
i rnitiM.i'fM.tS ittlf h filr j ni tnri1rnt
, IV.ikrlt'UtVUl W- Mv-..-
Benec'Ictlcn. Ilcv. w. B. unurow
fTao graduatlnj cxorclsea ot th
Floia I!-e1i Schcol wl 1 beg'n with
tio 1'acc.au'rrea e sermon by Rev. W
p. S.moc!3 at the C. M. E. church a-,
i BO this aftorccon.
The Bf(iiJ"a'ilng oxo'c'o;3 proper
wU! 1o at Ihe Hen Hopo church, t
; : 30 p. ra. Monday, May CO.
C'.ms motto, '"lbrous'-i dlftlculty w"
lon-.uor'
Clans colors, b'uo scd whlto.
Commencement Frenram.
Prelude, "Midnight Plro Alarm"
Vtolo Murroll.
Choi us, "Tho Jolly Studentc"
Zickel.
Invocation Ilcv. J, E. McDado.
Bo'.o, "Deep la My Hesrt Be'.ovod
llarsey P Ca'bo'ton.
S-lu.r.!ory adititn. "AUraham I-H
coin Esprcn Eibanlts.
Oration, Determination" Elwsrd
MazTlilc.
Chorus, "Ai'iecs MftWcns"
Valedictory rid4r:a3, "Truo Ilcroea"
Jos Hardy Tc cer.
C'ttB Add C3: Uqv. t. J. Klag.
a-lo, "Heart of My Hsart" Flo--
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l'rc-rt t'on ot Diploma!! Itov.
H E Thoj.as
M'-a eotlnrj,
T. .M:i Mt itlpg will bo held this
.f ' . -tan ut Kavanaugli church with
vlrsll 3o:may Uadcr. Subject "What
ts lt t0 ,9 a QtrlstlaaT"
SEE FOR YOURSELF. COST
DJ.
PRESIDENT TAFT NOMINATES
TEXAN FOR PLACE.
Aypolntee Is a Brother of Cecil Lyon
and Lives In Sher
man. Washington, .May 2S President
Taft todaj nominated Dupont D. Ly
on, to be United States marshal for
tho I3astern district ot Texas.
Dupont T. Lon Is a biotlier of Ci
cli A. Ljon. ltcpublic.in state chair
man anil national o.xeci.
tlo coii'imit-
teenuii from Tuas. .
rraft'B ap
ICtiS uuin
polnteo Is 11 woll Known
and raiser of Uo stocli
nCoxna and
'in the judg-
Is coiihidored an etpert
lug of Jersey cattle
Mr Lon U
auperlntonilent of tho Jerses cattle. do
panment or tho Stale Fall of Texas
-Mr L,yon is about thlrlj-roiu years
old and resides at Slierman. Ho li.ia
a large number of friends tuer tho
btate.
Fifth Sunday Meeting.
Tho D W. M. V. ot Hunt County
met in Commerce 3T;sterda, Mrs. J.
W. Manning being president. Other
ladles- ho attended' from hero were
-Mesdnmes r, A Clark, 13. D. ltecc.
J. F. Havls, T. K, Fowlo-, E I, Com
pere, W. II. James, Xf. J. Casey, R.
13. Jones, Saffoid. Misses Clara Moody
and Eleanor French. Thi3 was a part
ot tho rifth Sunday mentlng which
continues In Commerce today.
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Home From West Texas.
Mr. a-.d JIrs Tetor Taylor have
returned from Woit Texas and went
to thc'.r homo la Campbell yesterday
Catarrh. Cannot be Cured
with LOCAT, APPLICATIONS, as
thoy cannot reach tho feea't of tho dis
ease. Catarrh is n blood or consti
tutional disease, ind In order to cure
It you must tuko Internal remedies
Halt's Catarrh C'l'o U talten Inter
nally, nnd nets d'Tclly on the blood
and mucous turfaeos. Hall's Ca
taub. Cnro Is not n quanU incdiolne.
It was picseilljet) jjy ono ol the best
plijclcian3 lu this county for years
and Is a regular prescription. It Is
composed of the 1 oit tonics known,
combined with (ho best blood purl
fleis, acting dliectly on tho mucous
eurfilces. The pei feet combination
of the two Inrrrcdlo nts la what pro
duces such wonderful results In cur
ing 'Catarrh. Sond for testimonials
froo.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by DruBRlstii, price 75c.
Tako Hall's Falrrdy Tills for constl
patfon.
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THERE'S A
WHY YOU SHOULD USE YOUR
YOU WEAR SHOES 10 HOURS
OF YOUR LIFE. WHY NOT DE
YOU ARE LIVING? DON'T YOU
FITTING SHOE GIVES BIRTH
SOUR DISPOSITION? WHY NOT
ecetf's Shoes Arc
Different
GREENVILLE.
228 WEST LEE
MOREY ABBOTT,
C0VERW0R BAMDALA OF TABASCO
Finds Pcnma To Be An
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f 'ABRAHAM BANDALA.. ? ,
Abraham Handala, governor of tho
Tho Pornna Drng M'f'g Co.
Ocntlemon: It gives mo pleainro
tho preparation l'oruna for catarrhal
euro worthy of being recommended.
Yon can mako such uso of this letter
interests, and I beg to remain,
Othor distinguished iwrsonagcs from
Mexico have given similar statements
concerning tho benefit of Peruna. Prom
inent among theso men ot vorld-wido
reputation la Dr. Augustln Illvcra.
Sllao, Guanajuato, Mexico,
Tho Pcrnna Drng Co,
Gontlomcn: Ilccauso of tlio rnagnifl
eonl results which I havo obtained from
tlio uso of your pralsoworthy remedy,
44 Peruna," In several obstinate cases of
lusil catarrh, I take pleasure lu writing
you a testimonial recommending I tan tho
best modtclnodlscovcred for such cases.
Prompt relief in ail cases of throat
and lung trouble If you use Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Pleasant to
take, soothing and healing In offecL
Sold by McGaughey Bros, and all
druggists.
Good but Cheap Pianos.
Call at Concho's for tho best pla
nns ut the louvbt prices
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ft mlwillm , WpSm SanJt""1 1
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Experimenting with new and untried medicines
is foolish, and often dangerous. It would take
a medicine more than forty years, to prove itself
so universally good as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription. During all that time it has beenwom
an's favorite medicine a restorative tonic, uplift- .
ing and invigorating the nervous and discouraged
and giving them the final touch of perfect liealth.
Women uso Di Pierce's Favorite Prescription
in preference to nil other advocated medicines
for It contains no alcohol or Iiabit-forining
drugs i's not anything like advertised, secret,
or patent medicines does not claim to be ablo
to do impossible tilings.
TUB ONB REMBDY tor women devised by a
regularly graduated physician of vast experience
in woman's ailments, and adapted to her deth
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TUB ONB RtmLSoou enough tuat its makers
are not afraid i!W'"nt "s e'eO' Ingredient on
v.
its outside wrappers
You can't aflocd to pllow yourself to be over
persuaded .into accepting any secret nostrum as
a.substitute for this honest square-deal now-secret
medicine. Don't do it. No honest druggist will
attempt to cheat you in this way. He who does
should be rebuked and avoided. Doctors pre
scribe Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for their
worst cases because they know what it contains
and know its ingredients to be of the very best.
It's well now and fli M fa "tly deansc out bowel germs
iii.ii imrcu tvciiiiciy
mCC ftA YtnnA'iJ
,v"yfcoo
REASON
MEAD TOR YOUR FEET:
A DAY OR TWO-THIRDS
COMFORTADLE WHILE
KNOW THAT AN ILL
TO WRINKLE8 AND A
BE SENSIBLE?
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TEXAS
STREET.
MANAGER.
Efficacious Kcmeay.
state of Tabasco, writes as follows:
San Junn Hautlata, Cth Sept. 100G.
to say that tho poreons wholiavo ncd
affections havo found It an cnlrjioloua
as you consider most adapted to your
Yonravery truly,
Abraham -Dandala.
I congratulate you for such n splendid
preparation, and otter to you my serv
ices as tho first to recommond It to my
numerous customers.
Accept my most slnccro testimonial,
and uso it as you think best for thos
who suffer from tho dlscaso which I
havo mentioned, and X am glad to sign
mytclf as your f rlond. Itespoctfully,
Si. Augustln Hi vera.
As soon as an impartial doctor Iwcomra
acquainted with tlio virtues of Peruna,
he finds catarrh not to bo so formidable
a disease.
Ev ry family aad especially those
who reside In tho country should bo
provided at all times wft1 a bottle
of Chamberlain's LlnlmenL There Is
no telling when It may bo wanted In
case of an accident or emergency.
It Is most excellent In all cases ot
rhcuinfltlsm, sprains and bruises.
Sold by McGaugboy Bros, and all
druggists.
romans True Friend
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