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And Intermediate points.
For Information call upon
any agent or taldress
JAS. P. ORIFFIN, G. P. A .
M. n. FEWELL, A. G. P. A.
BY E. W HARRIS . SON.
Enta-td at tho postofflce at Orcen
lIIo, Tias, ai second class luall
Thursday, July 28, 1910
THE D. A. ALBERTS CASE
(Coniinunl l'rom l'lrst Pago)
lion in Jail oi convicted (it .ill of
luue .n nil 11k tlrsi time 1 have
bun ciuj,ht in Jtuut cumin. I Invi
bun arrested lor Humbling and that
is all 1 hue not tallied to atiuodv
but .Ii Nevland with leferemo to
wliai took place out thoru when lid
wards was at work Mr Ncvlnncl in
tli onl man who naa talked to me
about Edwards 1 think 1 Hint i.i
Mr Nejland right l,atk tbeie In that
little toom tin couit lioust) I hiw
him aUo nt tile farm 1 neer hod
soon lilm before ho talked to me In
the loom, whin tbt) first brought mi?
here Me first talked to me, I think,
when Hie iiiutti r wu first broughi up,
in tin. loom tint k there, then he Wait
ed the firm When he onmo to the
fnir I was in the tell, Biek 1 route
out of tin cell, tin boss bioiicht mi
out C iiit mi lied There was .mother
tnin Hurt with Mr Nevland, I don't
i-ntTO teirr nftniBrnmn mi-i -tirm--'
i lie wis in olTiiu 1 understood
that those who had charge of me i
putid im to lalk Mr Edwards wish!
ilnr. I it no dm I Km I knon ciictlv
hat il.ue he began work that morn
iiu tin mm was irett good warn
up it w is not as lnti as ! ot !i n cloi k,
was fconiethlim llk (. or 7 We went
to noik near son- man s house don t
know whose house It tm As we work
ed wc got further away from the
house The row-, were running east
md wc-t, thr sam waj tho raid run
Iho bona wis on the south side of
rtu roid As w worked Re not fur
tin r awnv fmni the house, notth I
don t ) iiuw i iictly what time In the
morning ilu negro was whipped; we
had Inn woiklng a prelim pood whllo,
about half wa until noon When tlio
noRro was whipped he was iliout us
far fiom ine as the bin k nul of the
onrt house He whipped tin nugro
win a p itiilit r tnll, a piece of -trap
with i wood handle on It Hit map
was iihont is wide as mv three fingers
or a littli wider and was fastened to
a pace or wood as a handle Tho
b i mile w is about that long (lndkat
Ins) The handle wnH about a little
bitger than the chair round 1 he
whipped the n. sio for !ealiii weeds
tnd not doint! the work well That
Is what he sulci lie was whipping bltn
nnout tie hul been tilliiiB the nejtio
to do tn work right a preti pood
while ind Mid "You win! to do this
work well' I don't know the negro
In wan n new bov Ills father paid
IiIb ffru nnd he went away somewhere,
don I know where I dldn t see him
whip tin white twin tint morntne
Tho white man rou'dnt keep up with
us soini't lines kept right up with us
tin re for nwhile until about an hour
fifforc dinner Then he bigan to las
in nind lie wnnidn t get so far back
hum- Iheie was a bov there help
inp us tnlng to keep us as ntur to
g tlier us In could When he would
get hnk tint wnv I didn't hear th
r iptuln s,n ,ui thine to him Don't
know whether the Captain would be
haik there talking to him or not
rejullii t "i whether oi not the f'np
tain pid am attention to the while
man I. c iue I had to do m wotk the
In L lonlii The Capt iln stnjed be
In ml nil Hip iic.ii all (he lime, Juki
wiilitu uijss When the white tnun
wool I Ii w far back is Die distutiee
i ro r- tin i nut holise iht Captain
would pot he ilut fnr hark 1 lie Cap
" i i d In tin 1 i In gaii;. and would
In Icliiinj iih mil iui nun, and the
man v nl In t h. thin long until thej
worlud im, up i hi , ,K him Wo
r'nt i 'i tin in in s i ,1,. i (,n the
OUt-ll nl ,e l, , .lr (ho
iikiug ji. ii that
ii uiim. r in the
no nh nte ircnin I
there I lies
iUiili ikiii i. II th
Itllkl (1)1)1 t,
made iln l
tohl lilm no it, it
Tdltini r I don t I now
.um me iille lu dm IU. HllJt to'
...,. ,- ,. uuc!, iiuni niiof i
, it iiiiuiiKii niuner, resieu a pr9Ultl w
i.nnl ..l.ll.i ifi.. Jl ..i. . '""l
nuu n...i7 aikii uuumr wnen vrQ
"""i "in n in wuik, i;uwurus Kept up;
did not k. p n lit Ho ahead Uld not
koep up all the neiiing i hoard blni
tell the Capi iiu he is lilintl ami
ioiildn'1 wotk saw him BlaggfiliiR
a round lit-, a drunk mini Tiie cftil
me ilenr i saw l&lwards star! 10
i In (oru field and fall down there tn
the shade, of tim com Tho Captain
'ailed him back Uld not ate the
captain draw but aix ahooier, uor shot
gun. I wasnl walAlilE the Captain. I
was looking alnad or iua, waxu t look
lug back The uiuu was alnad of us
When li" came baek from the com he
staggered back and aught m ho.-
IIB uiuu l si uu to hale IIIIV uenui.
The Cuilaln told iilni to turn the hoe
loogi, ana bo turned it loose I was
I'lilllticr on it and ho turned It loose
I dropped the hoe oih.o uud got It
back from Iilni. In cause I was Mared
or lilm When I dropp-d the hoe the
Captain didn't sa nothing to me No
uouj eue ncipefl me pull on the hoe
itiu ioiiow was oown cm the grouml I in
i lit,,.! n
in h tit, , ' " " ,r '"eP"
simp with hint all the time- T he I
rtr.ip lias on ho'i in Hit end of It
if. I I knOW ill ill 11 I I now limit
r i oiln , t i. ,,. vf, a; . ,,f
r IV !Ty il m 1 i i fr r !
(u urd 10 b m ! , JI ,t
ni and walk mtlo txml tnll down I
Mioti he first started ho walked plei
5 good, hut niter awhile ho stnggi
ml nrouml nnd didn't walk good Son
ikk louK lilm out to tho end ot ti
i At thai tlmo ho nn n pretiv
;iKid piete from tho end ot thi ro
ibout as tar hero cross tho strce
follow got on each side ot hit
bite fellows, mid carried him Dont
now who they were One of their
it! l out there, has a little mustacb.
The i art-led him and sot him nt th
end ot the row, nnd when Wo got oil
litre we carried him to tho house
o white follows and two colored
fcl owe tlioj didn't start to lend him
picked him up at the end of the row
St mi win uuu iiiirt i utv uiuu l iiu i'
I tn nrrr him Wtr fnr t-letit nrmittrf n
ui'o bunth ot cane nnd right bj the
iiarn ana men the) was nt tlio fence,
thi Inst row run bj tho cane nnd wu
was on the Inst row When they got
him there tlioj put him l a big tank
and put a chain on his lig Then
all of ns went aw a) and left tho Utile
bo Don't know exact!) bow high the
sun wns It waB about two hours he
line we quit It was somewhere noat
tiie middle of the eionlng when we
leli hint thure 1 suppose. Mr IM
wards nns halloaing something, could
it I tell exnct) wlnt ho was halloaing
Heard him halloa ecr.il times 1
tflitm keep m ejes on Mr. IMwnrdi
all the time I didn't sou lilm whip
nun i Know if it nnd occuned 1
could hino seen 1L I was not watch
lug hliui all the time, bill I know as
ilobo na wo was togethor, It they Irul
whipped lilm l ion d h.ne heard lilm
This limn was in fuiiil of me halloi
ing, truwlliig nrouud on the ground.
until wu not kid up lu lilm Would
i taw I ahead of us sotiiulliies and tho
lasi lime the) iiukid him lie li.il
loul leitiul limes that eienlng alter
in got too hot 1 want to go on ret,
old as siijlng if a whipping bad occm
id thole 1 would h.iu known It 1
wish i watching to see whether lal
wards ws whipped Hoiuetlmoa Ed
wauls would be ns far behind us as
i be back of the court house from, here
I be Captain would bo hick tbeie hi
tw en us and him soinuwheic Whe.i
be would be link there I would be
looking the olhei waj
tin re-dlieet examination he testl
Altir he stopped work ho crawled
ihead ot us and scutched and hal
loul Uhen he li tllocnl Captain Oats
would be behind us If Captain Oils
hid whipped lldwnula at an) time 1
lou'd hae henrd the licks I want
to go on record as si)lng I kott jj.i
wards was not whipped out there on
the farm I 8,,,i nwlillo ago 1 thought
I talked to Mr Xojland before ho went
out tliero to see n . I saw toieinl
men nmr dldn t know one or the oth
ei I didn't know fin sine, but think
1 saw Mr Neiland before I saw him
at the poor faun 1 know one of th
men hni k tliero had on. a bluo suit
Witness Will lones, i,elg sworn
t liie nt llonei Grove, am on the
uiiiit fa iow I went to the conn
l farm, em the JOIh or lum , biougnt
me lo Jail fiom Caddo Mills Satur
on) night I saw Mr IMwards on
hi pooi rum and lemember the dni
lie gol shk e tt()nl to W()rh ()n
diij twKt seven md eight o'clock 1
"" e iiete -W-CirRirg- ,n ,i"
Ituiker's farm, I think wu started .,
woik right close to his liousoam! (..i,t
o( it Where we first stnrled to work
w is "0 or It) virda Tron. his bona.
I siuv some while folks aioimd tin
house Hint d.n Ouishle of mil gan
there wen two men ploughing in
Hie held lhe wis ploughing lu tin
same piece w wis booim- ,,.,. ..,
the men houl tin am .,.i .i..
was tliieo or lour helmne In in lDn
them up i dm ,, , to lr)itll
i hoed Hhuid of ilolllug bell) that da.
neaih all jie time, ginernlh hoed
lilt c pleie ahead of the nst ot them
nasi! l so eirj t ir ahead of Ui..,
Sometimes would bo as fai ahL.id or
Hum as the length of this house ami
sometimes further and sometimes not
mine so inr lllelu was one man
whipped that da). I thought it u ...
n ening, he was bl.uk I know in
was a lolored man beciuso I loukul
balk untl seen him I just happem,;
to look biuk and teen them with a
man One of the bojs told me, sill
I he Captain has got a bo dow ,
back jouUcr" and i looked baek Ud
waids was back tin re with th0 gang
I bt) brought our dinner to the houao
md we stopped close to tbu house
md ate We ull walked tu where we
ali diuuei Udwaida did not work all
.tlif.iuu.iii , qi,it twM somen hero
about J oiloek somewhere in the mid
d e ot the al'iornoon I wasn't right
baek tbeie when he lliat quit .but lu
. lain, d he got too hot I never hetr.l
blm sii) he got loo hoi 1 heard tho
lest of them When 1 Hist looke I
buck he was boLlng and whin I look
ed back again the Captain was cairj
lug Ids hoe About ih.it time Hulling
bell) was bin k there with tin. imm
I worked along ahead and llieio w.H
two more bojs worked pieti) c'ose
to me and some tines with mo There
wiisiit nnvoii" vvhlppid Unit di e
.'lit tho colon d uiuu I ivv Mr IM
wards go tovvnid the coin, and he
fume buck 'Ike Captain told blm to
come back anil not go in lltu coin
pan ii I saw Mr IMwnrds sit down
soviuul tint's during tho evening, and
aid down J did not see- uijIkhI till,
hold of Mr IMvvaitls until wo left tbu
hi d. I helpul i.irr) him from some
kind ot ha) patch, after we got
Hiiough lu walked that far ami sild
he luuldnt go no further and laid
down uud ns many as could get boll
of him carried him to the shade of
water tank. When the. laid liln.ilnwn
they jitit a wot cloth to his head and
fHhiuniHl a chain lo Ills teg and lo
the foundation of tho tank When tho
whipped the negro I could hear the
liiks If a porsun were talking loul
iniuulluiei I would bu close enough
0 ine gang to near it. untl if they
Honed I ronld hour It I s ivv two
vntt p ople ploughing When thin
it t Ft ii teel to ploughing they wore
i nl ii us and got as far as across
in i louder, and when they got
ir.iugh Hie) wns further than tint
1 don t know how nun 'i
the tiluco, t!uv was when
oulil see them all the time There
Jljns nothing in the wa from tliolr
On cHPisaiirliiaiJQn In testified
Tho JVvo men wero ploughing Hi.
cotton iv e had hoed When I started
tic men who were ploughing wero tin
(tr m bore to across the street, that
would bo when Ihev were oven vvllb
u and ut the end of the row The)
worked about that far from us Som"
times we would be at different wi'ln
of tho lows guess tho rows were
two n three hundred )!irds long, and
soiuelliies we would bo at tho middle'
if i In iow and the) be ut the othei
end The field was level 'I hey was
lung lows, lolerablv long I wool
-a) liny were four hundred )urds
long might Inn i beep something like
ihiee hundred )uls long Sometimes
two if tin bo)s would keep up with
me uud gineru'l) I wub ahead of tht
tvlio'o gang The other two fellows
were Hulling l.e-lb. but the ho) with
it mat morning was JlmmvD and th
lions ooy iioiiiiig uouy was noelni:
thr- slow gang
lu the afternoon
gaming 1 lime been arrested lots
I Imi,. Il.,,l in it,.,io. n,. n ....
lire, except a )ear or two now, Hav
i . v. r i ten piosoputea except for gain
in i no now i;itng woum Bomellmeslaiiy whlto folks at the little hous
. i ir ei tliro,H mo J10USO UCWnU ,
iim were leadliif I general!)
luiiwuiniinniiiiiiiiiminriii m n immmmmmtmmm
Tito Klml You ITmo Al'tajs; Uoiiglit, timl lilch lifts been
in use for o cr 30 j enrs, litis borne, tlio nlfjnnttiro of
,1 , . nnd litis been nindo under bis pcr-
S7 sZf - Boiml miiiertlslon mneo Its liiiiuiej-.
rAstf7Z-ctfCA44i AllownoonotiMlceoUosoilin tills.
All Counterfeits, imitations niiil"Jiist-ns-i;oinl"iro lnit
UxiiQilmciits tlmt lilllo with tinit cniltuiLrer tlio lienltli of
Iiifiuits nnil ClilHlrnii UcrIcnco ngnlnst JJxiierlincnU
What is CASTORIA
Castorlft Is n iinrniless tvthstltuto for Castor Oil, Pnro
Korlc, lrops nnil Snotlilnir Sjrniis. II Is 1'lcnn.uit. It
contnlns neltlier Opium, JMorpliIno nor oilier nrcollo
mibstniice. It nrro Is itu riininnteo. Jt destrojs AVoriiW
mill nllins m-i Miiipss. It cures Dlnrrliiun nnil "lml
Colic. It relUiMis Teethlnir Trimbles, cures Cuuotlimtloii
nnil rinliilriiej. It assimilates tlio rood, regulates tins
Stnniiu'li nnil DoueN, frlxbiK licuHliy nml niitiiral uleon.
Tlio Gfi:itlrviiti l'nnacea The Jlotbur.s Vrleiul.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
y7 Hears tlio
The KM You Have Always Bought
i-1 Uso For Over 30 Years.
Helped tliem out, but slt)itl alii id a.
tlieiu neai 1 j all Hiei uilv 1 w is ,.
in. e luiiutr man neiOFb thu uoua
iiuiu itiu uegin vvhu was wluppeu
OIK of tho bo)s with me bald the cap
lain had a Uu) down, ami thai wan
itiu liibl 1 knew ol it, and 1 looke i
baek Dun I know buw bu bad the
bu) down Nubud) was siillui, on hu
nuiiil Ho was la iut, down Willi bis
iniatl up, bU liie.l wish t on tin
giouuil, it was eas) lu see it was a
ingio Aflui 1 looked the i iplaiu
bit blm tin tu or lout moiu licks
li)bu 1 would ol wouldul have
known about u If the bo) h itiu I lol.l
me I was elo-o i noiigli to beat the
Hi Ks Ho hit bin.. Ihreo or foul luou
licks utter 1 looked around When
IMvv irds Hi Ht got sick wo was on Hie
list round lMwunls iinwlid fiutbei
than atioss this houst, ami Hien hi
ciaw led a plete and then got up ami
will., .Ion t know bow lar ho iinwl. .1
in all He would ciawl a piece goim,
down md the taptalu told lilm lo b ,
up and wjllc. w,, ,i IVist i.al.1 li
wouldn't and then got up and walkel
i little and would ciawl a piei e and
wa'k a pleee I snv him go out t.
tho corn, he dldn t la) down m ait
down in the com 1 saw him at the
time he starttd lo the coin I be tap
lain told blm to come bail, l'lio cip
tiln Ind a double birrtl gun breech
older He didn't throw the gun on
him, Just spoke to lilm nml told lilm
to come bick 1 dlilut hear Idvvntds
to help l'dw.irds 1 didn't see thn'
lake hold of a negro s hoe 'the boj
wiling the hue ind twisted the ho
out of IMvv ud hinds I think lieu
1 5 Willi mis Is the bo) who had the
hoe Nuboil) helptd Henry tint 1 saw
The Captain told lMwards lo turn Hie
bo) s hoe loose and lei hlin go lo
work and be turned it loose Then
was a gang of us, don't know who,
bilptd lo tet lMwaiels lo the house
it Willi una and Ph. in alone statu. I
K.tng tolerabl) close Was II in 1..
When I went thole ho was lalni,
dow u on Altalf.i oi h I) oi grass oi
something, and we tarried lilm to the
bouse I helped enrr) hlnv. 1 uuvei
saw him after wo left lum chained
at the houbo 1 didn't hcu tlio bud)
alter ho was diad I lie ml next mom
lug that hu was dead llrst told
sumo Judge or law) or or soitiotliliig
tiuother about what 1 knew in this
muttei W'heu tho negio was being
whipped 1 dou i know where lMw.iuls
was, excepi ho was back there In the
ngu, tolerabl) tiobe Was II or 15
ot us chopping 1 'lini t know lio.i
iimicIi morn times I have on Hie rami
Ml Nol.uid tattle' to the lum to ste
me about this ucitter, last Muud li ev
utiilig, 1 think Wluu he i. lino there
wo was woiklng lu the tuiuuler)
'I be) sum after us, 1 woliL after I
bucket ot watei and Captain Lewis
daughter told tut not to mj bail, and
she went and told the ten of the
guug When the) came fiom the nine
lei) the) lotkid in up, a I of us
W'btii 1 talkid lo Mr Ne) 1 aid I went
In the guilds room Anolhui gtnll.
inaii. don t know his name, w is lb"i
vvbtit 1 talked to blm Captain Lewie
was there, and eoiild have lieu H vvhu.
N'obod) Inkl me what to s.iv, .ind
uubod) olluied ine an) levvurd 1
haven i belli told to toll an.itliliiK
Mr .Nov land told me he wanted the
Until and mulling but the until and
that Is what 1 told so l.u us 1 kuow
Witness N L Dixon (Mit) Iji.in-,
1 know whole .Mr Itucker s fiiim 1
that the convicts worked on about lie
0th of this month I live em the
Noil h bide of the Itntker faun M
liouso is, I guess about as lar from
tho Notth lino of the Illukei ranu ua
tho long wuvs of this rooii. In tin
pan of tho ftirui nearest uij hom-e
cotton Is planted 1 saw the coiiiii,
rouvlcts working on thai firm about
tho Cih oi 7lh of this month I w i
lit homo nil Hint day I saw a negi
whipped on tint farm tint da abou
11 30 In the iisornlng I was then
In the liouso and nrouml all da M
hearing Is good Mv oolght is go I
At tho greatest dlt.tanci those ton
vlcla worked about 270 )iud. awn,
fiom m) houbo Ilu') vvoi kid down
in front of tho liouso too The ions
ran In front of the house I did not
hear unjono jelling or making ant
nolbo on Hint farm if tluie bud
been niooiio ) idling louill) 1 wuiil.l
Imvo been apt to have noticed It I
paid particular attention to thoso con
vlcla for they were the llrst I ever
b,iw at work I did not seo any while
man whipped on that farm that ila
1 saw then'' when the) ipilt lu tho
utternooii tu change fields nml sa.i
tlifiu taking a vvl lie man to Hie lluck
er plate That was about I o'clock
Tliero Boomed to bo about six men
Witness Low Is Manning. being
I live at Shrovcpoit when at home
Cain' to Texas lust April (this vein)
Have bron on the farm over 5r, di).
I leckou Am I hero for gaming 1
wus ut work with the gang when Mr
IM wards rot sick It was late Hut
morning when wo went tn work sun,
was away up jondcr We started in
to work right by that Jioube Tlio
rows run this way (Indicating! There
nro two houses there, a lit t lo house
lover across tlio road Never iiollnotl
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(Continued ou Third Page
rw.v rareawniMM.igg', vrijn-i; .
MlkUS L. MOODY, M. D.
Practice Limited to
EYE, CAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Ofllie, Wts. Lee btieet, over lira
nam Lit othiis more
C. E. &. WILL CANTHELL,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Otfieu ul l'hjbtclaus and '.itiouJ
Joe Beet; ,. dwin Becton
BECTON &. BECTON,
Piiysiciaiu, and Surgeons.
Office upslaiiv over Anlilu .Munis
lt.ie.el btulu, WCbl side tniuaie. Uoiu
DR. GEORGE A. WELLS,
Graduates of A. s 0, Klrksville, Mo
Consultation uud Cxumiu uiuu 1 reu
Oh. T. B. SPAULDING,
Ulfae W eai Side square No phout
170 at uibhl.
J. H. FRENCH,
Physician and Surgeon,
OUlto ai Alooio lieiieha Diui
Stole lleanl.lieu bouih lluustou SI
(Jlu puuuu 1,7.
E. T. SJPEAKES, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
llesldeiiio l'buue No OJ Offlee
O V. Lieus Diub bluie
W. C. MOODY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllco upbUiis ovur the Beall Hard
vvsie uud linpleu-cut Company Sloie
SAM G. DUFF.
Office over Commercial
Bank, Leo Street,
SHERRILL, MULKEY & HAMILTON
Attorneys at Law.
Offices at Greet, vlllo and Commirct
Geo S. Perking Morris 11. Hnrroll
PERKINS i HARRELL,
Offlee ever (Jreeuvlllu Nutloual lx
thuiifcu Hank, Itooins t uud 2
l.d 11 iitmuett j, T, Jonea
DENNETT & J0NE8,
Otllte U Snyle building, uurtheaai
corner of square
Practice, lu all the Courts. Offlcei
In Schiff Building over It N White.
B Q Hvatis H u Carptotei
EVANS & CARPliNTEH,
Office In ( o ..itrclal Aatloual Ban
Saved at Death's Door.
'Ibo door of death seemed read)
lo open fo Murr.i) W' A)ers, of
Transit Bridge, N Y, when his life
vvns wiuulei fully saved. "I was lu a
dreadful condition," bo writes, "m
skin was almost vcllow. osos sunk
on, tonguo co iti d, emaciated from
JOSlllg 10 lltltllltls. etnuliifr wonlr...
Iall Vlinltnt llvor troublo nulllne
I"" down tn ileilh In spito of doctors
'I hen Hint matchless n odlclno i:icc
ttic Hitters cult a iiif I recalnoJ
tho 10 pounds lost and now am well
and strong" lor all stomach, liver
and kidney troubles tho)'ro Bupremo
60c nl ull druggists'.
$5 00 Reward.
To tho person that bought a Slngur
Machine No 1,080,025. Number Is
under bobbin winder. Hasy money.
S'o If your iiiiclilno Is that number
Call or write Singer Sowing Machine
Co. areeuvllle, Texas
30d H ItUYLH, Mur. i
" " i .
iiorenoss of ibo iiiusc'os, vvhollier
Inlliccd b) vloleut exenlso or Inlurv.
is iuicki) renov d by the run appli
cation of Chamberlain a Llnlicert.
11ns liniment Is equally valuable for
nuicular' rhoumallsm, atm ulwa)n nf-fo-i!a
nulcl. relief. -Sold bv Mcrtau.
ghoy Bros, anil all druggists
Glasses lorrectlv J'n-'
, lensos Broi'ii"-
"'IwnltT-y'with Massay A
1 t'niilcb .nil..
ft l f n't - 1 1 " -Yif..o'imA4ln.,.lvju.w
THE PEOPLE'S DEPOSITORY
i W. H, DUSH, President, p. A. IMORRIS, Vice Pret, l'-
f JNO. U LOVEJOY, Vice Pre,., L. N. DYRD, Active Vice Pr i
8. B. DROOKS, Cashier. i
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
OF GREENVILLE, TEXAS,
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JUNE 30, 1910.
Loans nnd Discounts $531997 29
United States Bond and 1'rcmlums. ICG 000 00
Furniture, riUurcs and Real Instate 5 490 10
Cash and Hichaugo $182 2i'J 38
Dinnnd Loins 129 913 17 312 102 S5
Capital $150 000 uO
Surplus and I'loflts 26 288 22
Circulation T ICO 000 UO
Bills l'a)ablo CO 000 00
Deposits CC2 308 02
Total $1 028 CC0 24
Tho nbove statement Is correct.
S I) BROOKS, Cashier.
W. H. BUSH.
MRS. V. A. KINO,
DR. ROBT. SAYLE,
P. A. NORRIS,
JNO. I. LOVEJOY,
M. A. JOY,
'i Summer Rates
To the Old States, Pijclflc
Coast. Colorado, Mexico, Catu
ill, all Suininor Hosortu, New
York, Boston, Clncluuatl, Louis
vlllo, Chicago, St. Louis, Mem- 5
$. phis, Chattanooga, Washington
and numerous other points. Old '&',
? State and Colorado tickets do X
not have to be validated for ro
lum, they are cheaper via the
Cottoa Belt through Memphis
All Coast resorts on sale
each Friday ono faro plus
$1 00 for thu round trip, good
250 W. Lee St. Both Phones.
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS,
Co educational Tuition Free
ANNUAL EXPENSES, $180 AND
Main Uulvcrslt), Austin;
Sesslou opous Wednesda),
September 2S, 1910
COLLUOH OP AU1S. Courses lead
lug to thu Degrees of Bachelor and
Master of Arts and Doctor of Phi
DUPAlll'MUNl' OF UDUCAT10N:
Piofcssloual comses for teach rs,
leading to elenienlarj and perma
KNQINEUaiNO DHPARTMCNT: De
gteu toursos In civil, electrical ana
LAW DHl'AUT.MHNT (in Its now
building. 'Ilireejeir couise, lead
lng to Degree of Bachelor ot Laws,
with State lleciibo; course loading
to Degrto of Master of Laws.
SUMMHIt SOIIOOL: Regular Unlvor-
Blly and Normal courses, seven
Session 1911 begins Juno 17.
For catalogue, address
University Station, Austin.
DEPAKTAIUNT OF ILVTIiNSION: I.
Corr spondouco Division; offers
courses In various subjects Stu
donts may enroll nt any tlmo. II.
Public Discussion and information
Division, furnishes blbllogrnpblus
and travoling libraries ou current
problems. HI. Locturo Division,
offers popular locturos by members
ot the University Faculty.
For catalogue, address
THU DIUECTOH OF EXTENSION,
University station, Austin
Session, eight months, opening Sep
Four-)oar course in
modlclno; tvvo-jenr course lu phar-
msicy; uuor-jem iuui.u in iiuioiub.
Thorough laboratory tralnlug. Kx-
coptlonal cllnlcul facilities tn John
oeiuy uospitai uuivuicny nun, u
dormitory for women students or
For catalogue, nddroas
TUB DEAN. Medlrni College
Making Life Safer,
l.verjwneiu life Is bulng majo
more Bifo through tho work ot Dr
King's Now l.lfo Plus lu Coiistliu
Hon, Biliousness, Dispepsla, Indiges
tion, Liver troubles. Kidney Diseases
and Bovvol Disorders The) ro easy,illiat , neccssary ,3 to Uc ,'
In mirn. nnil linrferllv tail il nn (ho .. , . .. . " .. '".
htt sure, and perfectly build up the
hoaltli. 25c at tut druggists
You should not fill to coir.) and seo
hi) superb lino ot tut glass Tho best
for the money ever otToreit Dr. M
Your watch repaired for less money
than tho big store with big expense j
i r 1 laig,
Dr D It Waddle, specialist, 0)0
ear, noso and throat Glasses lltted
Opora House Block
Olasses correctly tilted to the uje
xr - e - iXKx - v: - v; - x:.
.n 028 CDC 2i
J. M. SPURLOCK.
DR. CHAS. T. KENNEDY,
R. D. WADDLE.
S. B. BROOKS,
L. N. BYRD,
8. B. PERKINS,
RIGHT THIS WAY!
It joti wish to bii) Wall Papers,
Palms, Glass, Etc It is not tl.c
pilce a'onu tli it nukes our values
but price and qu lilt) combined
211 West Lee Street
Sherman, cor Houston and Walnut St
REMEMBER OUR BIG ART DEP'T.
July 30th to August 15th
Round Trip Rates
Jul) 29 to August 11, limit August
10, $11 75
July 29 and August 9, good 10 days,
Jul) 29, return August 1st
August 2, return August 5
August 9, leturu August 11, only
Epvvonli league mooting Corpus
Chrlstl August J to 11, $1170, limit
Farnois- Union .Meeting Fort
Worth August 2 to C, $3 20 Close to i
nectlon, fast time lo .ill points Phone
us for parlltulars
R, E. Hewitt, Agenr
F. B. McKAY, G. P. A.
A Wild Bllrard Raging
brings danger, suffering nfteu death
to thousands, who take colds,
coutjis and Iigrlppe-tint terror or
Wilder and Sluing lis dine, r is
mils are 'stmfid uu." nostrils, lower
pirt of noso sore, chills and fovor,
i'.ni in until in ueau, anu a throat
gripping cough When Grip attacks,
j 113 jou value .vour life, don't delay
j Kilning 'ur jving s rvovv Discovery,
Ono bottle cured me," writes A. I..
rutin, of Pino Valley, Miss, "after
being 'lild up" ihreo weeks with
Grip," For sore lungs, Hemorrhages,
Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough,
Bronchitis, Asthma, Its supremo 00c.
$1 00 Guaranteed by all druggists.
loothing children havo more 01
less diarrhoea, which can be con
trolled by giving Chamberlain's Colls.
Cholera and niarrhoo.i Remedy. All 1
tl.n, I. Hnnnnn... ,- - ,. .,.
scribed dose after onch operation of
1110 iiowois moro than natural and
then castor oil to cleanse the svslenx
It Is safe and sure Sold by McQuu
ghoy Bros and all druggists,
I Ikivo catalogues from tho large-it
lovvelry houses Will order you an;
lb I ng In tho Jewelry line for less
money than )ou hivo to pay lu the
lovvelry stores -T P. Flalg.
Boykln has thu best line of lawn
movvcra In tho city, ranging In price
from $4 50 to $12 50.
Seo J M. Boykln'a lino of refrlger-
-- - - -. from 10 60
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F. J. PHILLIP3, President. H. W.
JAS. ARMI3TEAD, V.-Prcs. W. A.
GEO. S. PERKIN8, V.-Prei. J. W. BIRDSONG, Ant Cash,
8TATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
OF QREENVILLE, TEXAS,
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JUNE 30, 1910.
Loans and Discounts
United Stntos and Other Bonds
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures..
Cash, Exchange and Detnaud Loans....
Total SI 170 92B 43
Capital $200 000 00
Surplus and Undivldod Profits CO 319 18
Circulation 187 100 00
Deposits 729 500 15
Total $1 HC 925 4J
Wo certify this statement
F. J. PhllllM.
Geo. 8. Perklni,
J. M. B ykln,
J. B. Clayton,
A. G. Lantznester,
A. F. Rlchter,
T. R. East,
E. P. Becton,
O. T. Graham,
L. A. Clark,
THE TEXAS MIDLAND WE OFFER THE BEST
SERVICE TO THE
North and East
THROUGH SLEEPERS PARIS TO ST. LOUIS
AND CHICAGO WITH
C. W. Strain,
G. P. A., FT. WORTH.
Steam and Gas Fitter,
Weatiws Grain Go.
FEED AND COAL
ti Office niul Warehouses on
St. John Street, Opposite g
Both Phones 4i.
French & Moore's.
Coal, Alfalfa and pralrler hay, haled
shucks, ear corn, Alfalfa meal. Phone
II Weathers Grain Co., South St.
All harness repaired neatly and aat
Isfactton guaranteed at BoykltVs, Leo
Sio Massay & Long for Fire nnd
Tornado Insurance. They write both
city and country risks. tr.
0t3 QtggHj , jSrffigift
WILLIAMS, JR., AiL Cash
. .$029 C23 38
.. 199 972 Gj
.. 22 9GC G5
.. 324 3C2 90
J. PHILLIPS, President.
W. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
H. W. Williams,
Mrs. W. A. Williams,
M. M. Arnold,
C. B. Jones,
W. B. Wise.
Fresh ,Fish I
I W.H. Wilkins Market
Y, Office at Model Presilng Parlor.
Y Old phone 370 New phone 291
Fire, Automobile, Tornado,
Live Stock, Plate Glass, Acci
dent Surety Bonds represent
ing tho Best Companies only.
X Phone "No. 192.
X Office over First National banVt
X H. ASHBURN, MANAQER.
Protect four Property
I represent Leading CotnpaalH
and am propared to write
and Plate Glass
R. M. Chapman
Office Qee'a Drug Store.
Undergraduate flrnna n.nM. ir,
Inary College of Ulcblram.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
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