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GREENVILLE. TEXAS. FRIDAY MORNING JULY 29, 1910
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The Purchasing Power
OF YOUR DOLLAR INCREASED ONE-THIRD EVERY
READY TO WEAR DRESS IN OUR STOCK IS NOW ON
SALE AT THIS GREAT REDUCTION (NONE HELD IN RE
SERVE) OF- ,
33 1-3 Per Cent Discount
FROM THE REGULAR MARKED PRICE. THE SEASON
FOR LIGHT, COOL LINGERIE DRESSES IS HERE AND
WITH THIS GREAT PRICE REDUCTION EVERY LADY
SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT AND SUPPLY HEH
WANTS IN THIS LINE.
Silk and Lingerie
l-:j OR 3 1-3 OFF ENTIRE LINE.
$3.5 J.iugerlo dresses 1-3 oft go at 2.0!
$1.15 Lingerie Drosses 1-3 oft go at $2.$)(S
ftSS Mngcrlo Dresses Ual! goat 3.(
f 193 Lingerie DrosRcs 1-3 off go at $3.30
$545 Lliigcrlo Dresses 1-3 otf go at $3.(KJ
fC.75 Lingerie Dresses 1-3 oft go at 5-1.50
$G95 Lingerie Dresses 1-3 off go at $-l.G:
$100 00 Lingerie Dresses 1-3 oft go at.. SG.07
$1115 Lingerie Dressos 1-3 otf go at $7.!.J
$12.50 Lingerie Dresses 13 otf go .it SJ5S.lt 1
$1500 Lingerie Drosses 1-3 otf co at $10.00
$18 93 Lingerie Dresses 1 3 off go at S L2.03
$10)93 Silk DrosseB 1-3 oif now..
$1S95 Silk Dresses 1-3 otf now..
$21.30 Silk Dresses 1-3 olf now..
$27 50 Silk Drosses 1-3 otf now .
0$0 SjHS&K OOO&OCv
Are taken caro of at our place The samo as it ou called
In person You are looking for Just that kind of a place,
during these warm das, so let us liae a trial .older
J. O. Hayiter & Son.
FOUR PHONES. A TRIAL ORDER PROVES.
It's woudciful how lids st)lo of
Underwear has grown in popularity
htlll It's tho cool, st Underwear
that a Man can wear
SleovelesB and short sleevo Shirts.
Knee length drawers 5Qc to $J
This Athletic Under' car is so corn
fortable, that evei) Man, that tries
it, sticks to it in preference to any
OUR SEMLANNUAL SHOE SALE
CONTINUES TO BE THE GREATEST
BARGAIN EVENT IN FOOTWEAR OF
THE SEASON ALL LOW CUT SHOES
MUST GO TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR
IMMENSE STOCK OF FALL AND WIN
TER SHOES. MANY GOOD THINGS IN
HOT WEATHER SLIPPERS FOR THE
LADIES. ALL AT
ORIGINAL PRICE. IT WILL BE TO
YOUR INTEREST TO SEE OUR STYLES
AND PRICES. '-' ' ' ''
Greenville Shoe Co.
West Side of Square
&Q 0090 &Kl$ OOOO
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INTERESTING FEATURE OF HUNT
COUNTY FAIR. "
Management Give Encouragement to
Hunt County Parties Who Have
Short Distance Horses.
Tho committee appointed for the
purpose h.ie piepaivd tho lollowliig
line piogiam for the Hunt Count
r.ilr which will be held August 17,
li, 19 nud 20.
l-'lrst 2:35 l'ace, 2 iu 3 heats, half
nillo ,purso $11)0 00.
Second Running, Tour and halt fin
longs, pvnse $75 00
Tliiiil Running, Alucc furlongs,
puiso $4i 00
ruurth Itmiulug, two furloiiBH.
pin so $25 00
rirt.l-2-18 Tiot or Pace, 3 In 5
icits, hair irJlo, puisu $15000
Second Running, l' lurlongs,
purse $75 00.
1 hlril Running, 3 furlongs, puree
1'ouitli Ilunnlng, 2 fuilongs, puisu
I'list l'ool luce i mile for bo;j
between age of 10 to i5, pur&o $G to
li dhided $3, $2, and $1
Second root ruce fc mile, ago 13
lo 25, puisu $10 00 to be dhided $3,
$1 and $2
Third Hlevcle race M tulle, purso
$5 to he dhided $3 and $2
l'ouith Motoic.vcle race 5 miles, 3
lo enter 3 to start, entrance fco $2
I'uiho $20 00 to be dhided $10, $7 50
and $2.50. '
ntth Automohllo race ot 5 miles.
' to enter and 3 to start, enlranca
fee $5, purso $35 00
If there are as many as ten auto
mobiles to enter the second raco will
be made up with an additional purse
of J3- 00
rtrst Tiot or l'.ico flee for all, 3
ill 5 heats, half mile, purse $150 00.
Seioml Running Hi fuilongs,
puise $75 00
'llilid Running .1 fuilongs, purse
l'ouith Running 2 furlongs purbu
The running races will bo In chaign
of Mr V. M. Kitchens and he Is
di'shous of getting in communication
wth all partes in Hunt Count) who
have short distance hows that thoy
would like lo enter in tho races. This
will bo a great opportunity for Hunt
County horses as thej will not ho
entered against the legular track hors
es. The harness races will bo In charge
of .Mr. W. A Nesbltt, who will b!
pleased lo furnish a 1 1 v Information
deslied The entries to harness races
will close on night ot August lutli
GREENVILLE REALTY CO.
Business Has Been Purchased by T.
E. Nosh of New Mexico.
'Iho (iroenvlllo lteulty Co. business
has been buught by T. 12 Nash, rec
ently froiu Now Mexico. Mr. Nasli
lias thu Western Um and push and
will can) on the business as rapidly
Thu lie. ill) Cu was oiganlicd some
tlmo back eaily in tho oar, and lias
been doing well but the parties In-
enisled li;no othur biinluos which
they must neglect it they push the
real estate line and the hau decided
to put the company In other lunula
'llilg tlie) hawi dune.
Mr. Ts'.ish Is a hustler and ho will
ndd spice lo thu real ostato business
of the eilj, lie has had iho jcars
opoi!uuco In (his work and Is honest
und capable. He status that lie will
guuinulfu eieiy transaction. Ho li
trustworthy and au IuisIiiosb trust
ed to him will be gheu that consld
ci.itlun duo It.
Give Home Preference.
Why send olf lo have your Hummor
clothes tnado when you can get thorn
iiwdo right here at homo by 1'rtd
Dleicks Just as cheap and you can
see them while tho nro being raidn
mid thorn is no clinnco eif jour suit
hulug made wrong or out of stylo.
Ellard's Wood Yard.
Ilnndlos all "Kinds of dry wood,
cord, block and stovo wood, lllocks
$2 per rick, stovo wood $2.50 p.-r
rick I give prompt delivery. I'honns
Southwestern DC3; Now 438 M A
Kllard the wood man. tf
Money Wins This Week for Cash.
$r, uo i, foot lawn settee for only $150
$r, mi r, foot lawn settee for only $3 75
$lno I foot laws sol lee lor oui) $3 00
Only a few led Ironing furnaioi,
very cheap Uuy new feathers, ox
change goods for old l.awn swings
at bottom prices CHANDLIJIt, tho
II ail our large ad in today's pa
hi ml ley Johnson' Rook Store Is
receiving every day, late, now pop
ular books ot Action.
Have a 8p!re!lu Corset made to or-
See samples at Mrs. J. (1. Arm
strong, North King strout.
Attend the three dajs sale l'rlda.'
Saturday and Monda)
I.Ist your property with Masssy it
I.OI1K It you want quick action. tf
Wakli us July 29 and M aud uj
Settlement Wat l,Made In the Joe
Stanford Estate Matter.
In county comt jesteidaj there
were taken one plea ot Bulll of pet',
theft, two ot giving llipior to inliio. i
nnd two ot disturbing religious wnr
In the contested iiMtler of settle
ment r the Joe Stanford estate, Judgx
Mniinnc granted to 1 C Cooper teir
porar) administrator, the sum of $123
for sontces after the de'.ith of Mr.
Stanford !ind $375 for care ot deceas
ed hofoie dealli Tho administrator
wns discharged and tho estate will
l.t settled among the heirs, and It they
fall to agiiHi ihe ease will bo taken
into tho district court The pioperls
consists ot $11,000 In Hunt counlj nil I
$1,000 In Oklahoma
HAWKINS CONFIRMATION TO 3E
TAKEN UP MONDAY.
Prize Fight Pictures Prohlblted
Looney Placed on a
Austin, Tox, July 2S When tho
teuate met this morning the Judicial)
iouaultte.0 lepoued tat.ibly on twn
bills which seek to prohibit the cxlu
ultlau of piiiu hBht moving pictures
In lexns. O. U Colquitt entered llu
uenatu chambct to cuutei with Lieu
tenant Uoeinor Davidson, and was
iheu an ovation, scuutuis giliierlug
aiound nnd extending cougiaiulutlom
10 thu Democratic nominee leu gov-
oiuoi. 'Iho chair uuuouuced the ap
puintiront ot ben.itoi Color ab n
uicmbii of tho couimltico on pihi
.cges and elections to buccccd 11 lla.
cotn Thomas, leslgued.
Tho executlvo session of the senau
adlournod at 1 o'clock. While it was
not otllciall) aunuunood it was lull
mated that tho Hawkins irattur vvll
go over until next Mondaj morning.
Ueiitenant Gov ei not Davldbon would
inalio no siatunient ot the bltiiiitlou
and othor niembeis of the sennlo
woio lotleelit "111" tact Hint the ok
oaitlvu bohslou adjuurne-d Instead ot
leecsblng und other m.ilteis Indicated
that thu vote had been poatpoued.
Tho house wns In srbulou nonrl)
two hours this morning Most of tho
tlmo was spent In listening lo speech
us while waiting for favorable com
mlttee repoits Yunlls ot Cloburii",
successor to John A Moble), and Dan
iel Watson of San .Marcos, successor
lo Wllllain Glebon, deceased, present
ed themselves and woro sealed as
Messrs Adams of San Antonio, and
l.ooney of Oreenvlllo, were added to
the committee on common carriers
TWO DEAD AND FOUR SERIOUSLY
INJURED IN STRIKE.
Cashier of American Concern Chary
ed With Firing into Mob Denies
Nuw Yoik, July 28. Two un-ii vvo-o
shot and killed and four wuru dan
gerously wounded, olio a po. Iceman,
In a riot of strike syir-pathlers to
da) at thu plant of the Ameilcaii tin
gar Rullulng company In Williams
burg, a score of others wero hurl
Ihu crowd ot s)mpithlers throw
bricks at thu strike bicikors from
the house lops and when tho nun uu
Ion men started out with their trucks
to deliver HUgar a rush was luado for .
the wagons. '1 ho police on tho truclu g
returned tho flru ot tho crowd and
two rioters woro shot The deml
men aro Lithuanians and weio not
mail Iv identified Severa uoiiceiiiuj Vi
wcru struck and painfully hurt by
bricks finni neurhy roofs Kuor moa
suffering from serious gunshot
wounds, were taken lo the Dasturn
The entire neighborhood hecam
Involved In thu dlsturbaueu nnd tlu I
retervets from nine precincts had a I ,
Ihey could do to cope with tho troi '
hie It appeared from the account
nf by-staiidurs that thu officers did
rot flro Into tho crowd until forcod
to do bo by the ferocity of tho at-1
tacks upon them, firing into tho air
to Intlmldato tho mob, und when thU
warning fallc-d .directed tholr sho
. mn., nlln, lllkf. tllia..k I
retlnlng company, was arrested aftir
the riot and lodged lu Jail Morgan
denies the accusation
CLEARED OUT OLD STOCK.
Murphy-Wilier Co. Will Havo Only
New Goods to Show.
The Murphy-Miller Co has sold
other $5000 stock of goods to parties
In the west for farm lands This
disposes of the old stock and loaves
them with new and up to date goods
only Mr Murphy will leave In a
few days for New York to replenish
the- store with the latest and nenest
jne of goods
I Our large ads In todaj's Issue tells
von of maiiv bargains, we have oth
UL 1IIUI. t,..Uk.....t, ...u..- f.
Ono charge of having fired one of . J
the shots thut took effect upon tho -J-mob.
11 M .Morgan, cashier ot the.,
CAPITAL IN CHAOS
STREET CARS AT A STANDSTILL
MILITIA CALLED qUT.
titate Troops Called Out Dattery
Boys Armed With Repeating
Ceiliimbus, Jul) 2S Not a slieel
ear has he-en running In Columbus
since midnight nnd thousands ot per
sons woro loiupolUd either to wall
oi ride In mi) sori of vehiele to git
lo Iho places of" business todnv. The
tars will not ho stalled until 200
tioups of Uyj National liu.ird arrive
hole to enforce order during the
Htill.o of sticot cur men Iho Sixth
logliroul of the Ohio .National (iu.iid,
Colonel Howard commanding, has m
cehed oiders to leavo Toll do und re
poit to Adjutant (leneinl We) hi edit
at Columbus for slrlko duty.
llat(ei) C (if Columbus, Captain
lltich commanding, Is now gu.irdlns
iho state aisoiml t'ho bnltei) 0
bo)s are ained with lepeallng gum
which shoot buckskin Adjutant
lieneinl Woiliiwht tod.i) ordered
some tlilrt)-lhu or fuit) er.ick Ohl i
National (lu.ud marksmen who Intra
been slulloned at Camp I'eri) fin the
competitive shoot lo come lo Colunv
bus at onro The) will ho detailed
lo wnteh from hullillngs and see tint
no ono llros on the men or officers
Coveruoi ilariuon wiled lo Seer"
lary Long today from his stunner
home at Charlevoix, Michigan, th.it
ho would an ho at Columbus 1'ilday
moiuliiK (Jeneral MeMaken, In com
maud of (lie tioops, Bald that hi
would not plnco soldiers on the street
Ma) or Marshall declared today
that Iho eutiro situation had been
plaeed In the hands or tlio irllllli
A potltlon Is being circulated nd
dressed to the m1)m asking that !
leeehor bo named for the street e ir
Please Return Abstract.
Tho party who borrowed S It fit
tor's Scott Abstract of Titles from
tho I'lrst National llink Is reipieslod
lo please return the same
Mattings, Llneolums, Art Squares,
llelovv Ihe legular prices froii, lde
In 25 per cent this week W me sell
lull goods every day. Helling In the
same old way, cash, credit or pin
nf tho amount Ten to 21 pel cent
saved will .soon count Chandler has
tlie goods )ou have iho mutiny Let's
exchange this week.
Many hirgalus lo bo had lu our
waist section - beautiful lingerie!
waists, plain and tilmmed. ul very
special prices (lr.ili.ini llros
Prlday, Salurdn) nud Monday rend
oui largo nils In this Issue McHrldo
Palace of Sweets
THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN,
everything new and up to
dale I'lno IIiiiio Made (' indle-s
fresh oveiy diy Cold dr'uks
mid lie Cronin Our Icu Cream
la made from absolutely pure
fresh sweet cream
A. R. Holmes
Onl) Reliable Companies Repre
sented Office iW, N Stonewall
Street Jloth I'liouus 2C&
S5gJSa5fcaaaS 'Le-afcg 4SSJ11
HUNT COUNTY WATERMELONS ON ICE.
ELBERTA PEACHES ARRIVING DAILY.
Bought a Gear Driven Motor Tor
'Ihe cltv council met )eterdny a'
i' moon wllh nil present, tor the pur
pose of opening lilila for nil all emu
pressor After ennvnsslng the bids
Ihe touncll decided lo buy Ihe 'Oe.ir
Dtlvnn' motor of llrlggn R Weaver
for $137 00 T o 11 Oieenvlllo
SPECIAL SESSION TO GO ON HCC
Clin to Eliminate Constitutional Con
vention at the Present
Austin, 1u, .Inly 2S--'lho sulv
irlsslou ipiuBtlon took enllrcly a nuw
phnso today uh the result ot n cou
loience held hist night belween Speak
or Marshall and l.loutuitaut lioverujr
Davidson, wldch will llkel) eliminate
the piopoaed constitutional coin en
llou plan nltogothei. 'the plans of
the two piesldlug officers. It Is said,
will bo Biibinltled to both hraneheii
or the loglsliituie If the consent of
the uuiiuheis ran he obtained to tho
Phut proposed b) thu spoikoi nud
piesldent of the senutu, It Is illidur
stood thut tho leRlslatiiro would lb I
he naked b) Oovoinoi l'unplie'11 to
coiisidui the constitutional conven
tion pliiu at this time.
Spenker Mill shall eonlhined the
n -UU'l, and while lu) did not c.uu to
lie quoted on tho matter, he ventured
the assertion tluil If tho nionibers of
tho leglslatuio would go on lecoid
In favor of a constitutional amend
ment, at tho next regular sosslon, tho
coustltulou il iiiiiveutlou proposition
will not he foiced at tills tlmo
It now appears as It Iho enncui
lent resolution adopted lu the limine
Mislnrilny for an Investigation of the
chugos of Ciiiiio and Cono Johnson,
ami ot the use of a slush fund III the
I front campaign, will bo defeated In
Wo will sell miiiiy desirable suits
ul one half pilie for three dn)n Head
our largi ads lu today's paper- M
I WHAT I
S IS THE USE
of having a iniigli, ugly skin, y
nil covered willi Tan, Hun 4
. lliirn. I'ri cities, I'lluples, Illnck X
''. beads, etc Ladles, you not Y,
J only own It lo )oiirsohos and 4
Jour friends to look jour host,
X but lo look belter nil the tlmo A
, '"I an Stop Creirx' will poul J
j,' llvel) lemovo all of llu-su skin 4
4 troubles unci leavo )our faro
f. Rofl, white, smooth und velvety
'' It will not hiirui thu most doll 4
f r.tto skin Dou'l wait but get
4 a Jit r today and see for your
A ' 1'
i Perkins Pharmacy
LITTLE GERMAN PIETZEL8,
HEINZ'S 8WEET PICKLES IN
WATERMEL0N8 ON ICE.
IT'S SOMEWHAT JARRIHQ
to find that after you havo completed
building that the lumber used Is ot
poor quality and probably not sea
soned at that.
Avoid taking any such chances
patronizing this jaid, and you
rust asfcurcd that you will got
what you order
I in in
Friday and Saturday, July 29 and 30,
and Monday, August
To mnko the List three d.ivs of our (Ireat July Clearance
Halo donbl) liiteresilng, vve are offering In every department
extra specials, values Hint cannot bo malchcd.
During tho pisl row weeks wo huvu sold n tremendous
lot of goods Tho broken tines and odd lots accumulated from
tins gloat sale wo expect to sell lu three da)s.
Will offer eholco our entire lino Men's, Youth' nnd Boys' Sulto
nl oM tly HALF I'lUCIS
A'l remnant ot embroidery, Incos. ribbon nnd dress goods
lt HALF I'RICn
Ladles' wash suits, niio-pleco dresses HALf PRICE
We havo hundicda ot ailtcles lu small lots tliat will bu
sold one fourth to ouo-linlf loss than our regular price, which
oi-r ciistomeis know aro nl nil llmos as low and In most cases
Inner than any house lu Noith Totns. Itun-omher this Is "A
Vcllrldo Sale " You know vvhnl that nionus It will pay you
to coino each dii) for lhr'o days
Wo show the blue, black, brown and gray suits for nion, mado
lu the newest t)los. sack coals, perfoct fitting collars and
shoulders, st)hH Hint joii rnimot dupllealo claowliere, regular
prices $18 00 to $25 00, now llioy aro $1)00 lo $12.50
rim s and joung men's stylish suits, most nro Schlnss models.
In the blue, black, hi own nud gray, sack coils, n-ist perfect
fitting nnd stylish gaimeiils shfiwn at regular prices of $10.00
to $12 HO, now tho) nro $f.W) lo (1.25
outlls' nnd men's st)l!sli suits, those como In tho best materials
food shades, nro well tniloiod You cmuiut find bettor vnlues
at $5 00 lo $10 00, now they nro $2.t0 to $5.00
Ilo)s' knlckerboeker pants, suits, sack coits, they como In tho
moBl Bervlcoahle malorlals and tho host patterns, well mado
and st)llsh. You will do well to get jour boss a suit whllo
Ihej are selling at half price IIoRiilar prices woro $1 93 to
$7 10, now- thoy nro OSc lo ... $3.70
Littlo liojs' wash suits In the stripes and solid colors, sizes 2
lo f. jonri., all marked now at . . ItALf I'HICB
y Read Our Big Ad in This Issue.
IN ORDER TO MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP WE
OTFER OUR ENTIRE LINE OF MEN'S SPRING
AND SUMMER QUIT AT
BIG REDUCTION ON MEN'S WpMEN'O AND
CMILDREN'S OXFORDS, MEN'S AND BOYS'
HAT8 REDUCED. LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
BARGAINS IN EVERY DCPARTMLN1.
Old Phono 140
Now Phono 140
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