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C. CAM EN I SH, Prop.
TEXAS TRACTION CO
"THE CONVENIENT WAV
And Intermediate point.
Tor Information call upoi
any agent or hddreBS
JAS. P. QRIFFIN, Q. P. A.,
M. R. FEWELL, A. Q. P. A.
THE MORNING HERALD
BY E. W. HARRIS & 80N.
Entered at the poatofflce at Clrcen
Title, Texas, na second-class mail
Friday, July 29, 1910.
The campaign liar la temporarily
ujt of a job.
There must be great faith before
thero can be might) orU,
The piohlbltloulsls met Ibu enemy
und It looks lll;o they nro 'thelru."
People always know the puslofflcu
address of their rich rlatleii, If the)
It Is now In order for cverjbod)
to help make tho Hunt County Fair,
August lTlh to 20th, a big success
An Immense cotton crop Is matur
ing In Hunt county and a geuernl
rain within tho next few da a would
Insure a record breaker.
A lot In Chicago S2 by 71 feet sold
recently for $1,149,000 which shows
how a vast number of people create
vast wealth for a very few people
Some people are wondering who Is
in the saddle In Texas iolltlcs, hoi
many horses ho is riding and wheth
er he la cofrtlng or going.
It Is not probable that the pres
ent legislature will uncover anything
that will discredit the next governor
In the matter of providing for In
vestigation of the charges of graft
ing and corruption in the leglslaturu
the Senate should make no more mis
They do say that the cotton crn.-i
in Hunt county from present indica
tions promises to bo boicethlng Im
An earnest und determined effort
to falthfull) discharge tho duties of
life doesn't leave one much time for
Tho Katy road heie has h.iudlod
ulpout half million dollais woith of
peaches this season, coirlng on" tho
Shryreport division uud tho I & 0
N. at Mlneola.
Nothing short of a general calinil
ty can check the steady and substan
tial growth of tlreenvllh' Tho town
Is on a wild basis and Its future
advancement Is assured.
The vote on submission suggests
that there will to no serious opiio
sltlun In the legislature to the sub
mission of tho constitutional amend
tnent providing foi prohibition ,
bitter campaign will follow with the
HfOutor Ilailv) assured tho people
tLat If the) would Uett '11111" I'olu
dejtor they would ban the best gov
trnprftbov' hud had in sixteen jimr.
but ItSheeiuu that ihe people didn't
want the Ituid of guvruor recou
mended by SeuatgriuuiU-)
Thp nrimary rejuriH&ts published
by tho Houston I'ottlraau Antonio
UiirHSs and Houston Gbrputclt- Klve
Johnson second place. Thu returns
of the Dallas News and Ko;t Wortliw
itecord glvo second place to Polndex
ter It may require tbo official count
to determine who comes next to Co'--CUltt,
'Ihe bteel corporation Is reported
to have made $)0,UUO,000 proilt dur
ing the past three months The steel
trust owns practically all Ihe known
Iron ore In the United Statos an!
Imports little or none of lis raw mi
tcrlal, The millions of tons of this
corporation's raw material was vastly
Increat-.ed n value bv the last repub
If "favor seeking Interests usel
large sums of monoy and other to'
ruptliiK agenclos In the cuinpalgt
Just closed for thu purpose of Intluenc
Ing the result of tho primary elec
tion," in other words If the corpora
tions, brewers and ll'iuor dealers fl-
nanced Mr Colquitt's oarnpalgn, the
people should know it. In tho light
of his many public utterances in ) (
jcard to the pr of Mr Colqulifi ,
campaign nnances, Judge I'olndexter
would make a most interesting wU
vets before tho Investigating com
COLQUITT" AND SUBMISSION,
Colquitt, mi oxtrtme nntl-pro',i
tlnnlsts, la the deiroerRtlc cholci
governor of Toxns, and will ree
the nomination, with a submls i
platform attached thereto.
Colquitt, the one man In the :
for governor who wished to d-
the people oven tho right to vote a
the prohibition question, must n. -v
bow to tho platform, demand tor su
Tho state democratic conveuu,
can not get aside the commands of tl
mnjorlt) this time, for the tote
fax or of subiL-Jssion has been t
largo to permit of quibbling or ov i
The people of Texas, both pro,
ni nl amis, want this question sun
milled to tho voters, and a final d'
rlBluu mado for or against a const!
tutlonal amendment pioWdlng for
Colquitt's nomination Is due to lie
Bact th.it ho received probably !m
per cent of Iho nutl-)iruhlbltlon vot
while the piohlbltlonlsts and the con
servatives dhlded their strength
Davidson, tho one man In thu ra.
who trade his campaign without ie
f,ard to the piohlbltlon question an I
wholly on a platform for upbuilding
Texas, was aacrlllced between the
contending factious Colquitt was
recognized as the leader of those wli
fear prohibition, and ho secured tli.
votes nf both the rampant nutl anil
nml the conseivntlve autl tho wills
Ky tiust ropiesontatlves and lite anil,
fioin principle Thu piohlbltlon vote
was largely divided between Johnson
and Polndotor Hid It been ronten
Irnted, doubtless a prohibition!
would have received tho democratic
nomination for governor of Texas.
Let us hope that the net lcglsl.i
tore will proceed to obey Iho man
date of the people, piovlde for a vote
on tho proposed cnlistltutlomil
aircndment, and settle the agitation
for once and for all Houston Chron
A SPLENDID TRIDUTE.
Tho Waco Times Herald pays a do
Horved tribute to Hon. Cone Johnson
as follows . "Whatever the lesult of
Uidaj's balloting, we believe that our
readers will agreo with us thai there
has not been in our hlstor) as a pr
pie a moie brilliant campaign than
the one that has been conducted 'jj
Cone Johnson. Tor eloquence, for
pathos, for apponl, for thrust without
poison, for zeal, when has there ever
been anything better? Sam Houston,
when pleading foi Texas to Btoy 'n
tho Union, was magnificent, but the
appeal was negative rather than pos
itlve, and so it failed to larry con
viction. Jim Hogg, when asking foi
control of thu lallroails, was boiue
along on ihe tide of almost unlversil
popularity, and so found his task com
paratlvoly easy. Uut Cone Jolinsu i,
it ma) be truthfully said, fought foos
within and foeB without, and jet I13
met every legitimate demand of the
cause which ho lepresented met '1
in a wa) to command the applause
of men who did not agree with his
vlewB Mind you, vvu ate not here
passing judgment as to prohibition;
wo aro simply taking note of the
crowning feature of this jear'a po
litical contest In this State, how one
man, by his torrential eloquence,
made his bitterest opponents lid
their hats In recognition of his filer
ability. And Cone Johnson will be
linaid from again don't ever doubt
You can't fool all the people all
tho tlinu. When the people of Toxin
( onio to full) iindeibtunil upon wlnt
lliuib) evlileuco and Iniiigluary specu
lation II. Ilasiom, Ihouias inado hli
charges agalnat tin1 lglslatuiu upon
which he based Ills ciiupilgu fur
lloutonant goieiuor the) will come
to know how luirionl) thoy esrapel
inaklitg a great political bhiiulci.
"Tieason nover prosjieis, foi If Ir
piospers none il.iro call it treason,"
ur words to that effect. Now tint
Colquitt ha's won such an overwhelm
ing vietoi) and will soon ho tho
standard liomci of tho Deinoer.illo
party In Tuxiis. many ugly things
that were said against liiin will have
to he torgottou Tho spectacle of
Dr ItauMn liolillug his none when lu
cnsis his Inllot In tho general elec
tion will be highly stiggostlvo.
f the Senato passes tho llouso
icsolutloii ptovidlng for an luvestlgu
lion of tho charge that tho last leg
Islatuie wns coirupt, und a search
ing Investigation is gone into, tho
people will Hud out how little there
reall) Is In these ludlsciimluato cam
paign chariies against tho last login
lutiirn 'Ihe members of the legls'a
tiirii.uin it 10 the people to go to
otloiii of tliete graft charges In
H searching public investigation
During 0 PlJjgeiit'ggaMJitlie Mil
sourl, Knnsajjpatid Toxas foa ban
bundled OOoVa'"" of ponchos throjigh
Oreoiuillo. rivo hundred dollars u
car would be a fair uvuiago valua
tion for this fruit, milking tho aggi
I'.ute valuo of the shipments fioi t
East Texas handled here near half
million dollars About half of .hew
cars were Icod nt this point. Th
fruit crop this year has not onl"
brought prosperity to East Toxas hut
has added materially to tho rovpuue
of the ralltoads. t'rult and truck
fanning lias beeu tho salvation of
If sou are troubled with any Kid-
noy, bladder or rheumatic trouble
you will And CO days treatment In
fl 00 bottle of Hull's Toxas Wondnr
nml KAlstrun rum lifittln fau ti rnr
Selld tor testimonials Dr. E W Hn'l.
:'9SG Ollvi Hlreet HI I nils, Mo Sold
ohalnDerlala.fl Blomacu and LIvor
TauletB gently stimulate tie liver
and bowels to expel poisonous mat i
tor cleanse ihe st- m, cure conell
pallon aud sick headache Sold by
McOaughoy tiros, aud all druggists ,
-.1. j '
alio Kiml Toil Iltuo Al'vnys Bought, niul which Ims been
iu list) for over 30 jenri, hns homo Iho MRiinttiro of
rt ' nml hns bccuiimtlouiiuVr lite pcr-
J sj(tf-t7 Bonal supervision sinco Its Infancy.
WuSvXZ.cAit. Allow m 0110 ImlrocUoyoiilii this.
All Counterfoils, lm'.intlous nml" Jiml-nt-tiiMiil " jiro lint
Kxnoi'liiients tlmt ttillo with nti: ftiihmgfr tho lir-allli of
Jniujits nml Clilltlr-iii-Uvpcrletico iimilusl, i:11url111011t.
What is CASTORIA
Cnotnrln Is ft harmless s'lOstlluto for Cnslor Oil, Pnrfl
Rnrlc, Drops ittul Koothlnjr .S.vriips. It Is I'lensiiiit. It
contains neither Opium, jilm-phhio nor olhor Narcotlo
Milistnnre. Kinfrnis Itu jiinrantee,. It rlctroys Worms
nml nllnjs l' veilslnii'ss. J( cures Plarrluea unit AVIml
Colic. It relieve 'IVelhlus 'I'roubles, cures (.Nmsllp.itloii
nml I'lntiileiir. It iissnnllnles tho FomI, regulates thu
8(oniaeh nml Vowels, kMiii; healthy anil natural Hlcep.
Tho Chlhlrcii'tf Pjiimceii-Thc Jlnlher'H Vrlcnil.
GENUINE CASTORSA ALWAYS
The KM You Hiive Always Bouglit
i-i Usr For Ovci 30 Years.
T"r CINTttK lOMPtXt r IM Mtn'.rT, WCWVOUKCITV
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
(This thco card Is printed for tin
lufonuatlou of tho public lis cor
icctness Is not guaranteed by the
publishers of this paper )
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS.
No. G Ply or 10: 20 a.m
No.202 1:20 p ni i
No. 10 Limited i): IG p.m
No.203 5:IGam I
No 9 Limited 7:lEa.u: '
No.201 3:55 11m1
No. G Pljor G:30p.ui
No. 222 10: 30 a m
No. 224 11:10 p.m
6:15 a. m
7:00 a.m !
No. 737 Dally
No.2C7 4:15 nnu i
No 2C8 9.20a.m
No. 738 Dally ex. Sunday... G:15 pui
No.2Gl 10:25 am
No 735 Dally ex Sunday. .11:15 a.m
No 730 Dally ex. Sunday. .10:05 a m.
No 2C2 4:05pm.
No. 1 Mall and Express...
No B Uine Star Limited..
No 6 I.OHO Star Limited..
No. 2 Mall and Express...
9'15 a ni
No 103 3:07 p m
No.102 1:17 n m
No.101 12:38 pm
Give Home Preferoncc.
Why send off to have )our Summer
clothes made wiieu )ou can get them
iimiIo light l.ete at home by Vied
Dleicks Just na Uieap and )ou ea i
oo llioin whllo the) aro being mnln
and thero Is no chatico of .votir suit
lioing made wrong or out of stjlo
Ellard's Wood Yard.
Handles all 1lmls or ill) wood
oril, block and stovu wood llloik
$2 per rick, stove wood JJ SO pj
rick. 1 give prompt dellveiy IMioiim
Soulhwostern 0C5; Nuw US M A
Ellurd the wood man. If
A Wrjtched Mistake
to endue the Itching, painful dls
tioss ol I'llos There's no need to
Listen; '1 suffeied much from Piles,"
w i lies Will A. Moron, o! Slier Cltj,
N. C , "till 1 got a box of llucklou'i)
Arnica Sn 'o, nud was Boon cuiod"
Hums, Ilollii. Ulcers, Fovor Sores, Ec
zoina, Cutb Chapped Hands, Chilb
lains, vanlsn hoforo 1L 25c nl all
When the stomach falls to perform
Its functions, the bowols become de
ranged, tho liver and tho kldneya con
gested causing numerous disease
The stoiivich nnd Hi or must ho re
stored to a healthy condition nud
Chamberlain's Stomach and Llvor
Tablets can ho Uopendod upon to do
It. Easy to take and most elToctlvo
Sold by McOaughoy llros and all
Tho world's most successful medi
cine for boivuLjXjjic.plalntsils Cham
'olata" and Dhir
rhoea ltomedy. It' has rolleiod more
pain and sulTorlng and saved inoro
lives than any otltor mouiciuo in use,
Inva.uahlo for children and iidulls
Sold by McGaughoy llros. and all
Dr. D. It. Wnddlo .spccUllst, eya
err, noso and throat. Glass's fitted
Opera Uouss Block.
Uiidloy Jbhnsou's Hook Store Is
headquarters for everything In the
Just recoiled a flush shipment o'
very line high grailo chocolates, kept
cool, fresh and nice all the time -Llndley
Johnson's Dopl; Store
Spei-inl prices on lingerie dresses,
linen nud gingham dresses, "Visli
skills, wool skirts, waists, etc, at
Very special prices on ladh-a glni,
ham pi-tilcuats laige ussnrtiueut at
Got your harnfi r (iiircd at J
i.-r-y 1 f
, 4H-IKM-I 'I-i-H-I-I-W-H-.i.
MIUUS L. MOODY, M. D.
Practice Limited to
EYE, CAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Oftke, West l,eu Sueul, over Gra
uaui lliotneis bu.nu.
C. E. S. WILL CANTHELL,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office at l'h)i,iLlaua anU fcmiteous
BECTON & BECTON,
Physician, and SuiQeons.
Utflcu upsuniK ovv-r Aichio Munis
ItacHut titoie, west bide biiuaie. Uotli
DR. GEORGE A. WELLS,
Graduate of A, S. O.. Klrksville. Mo
i-ousuiiat'ou aud ilxuunuatiou Kiee
OH. T. B. SPAULOING,
Ulfite tteai Side iiuuaiu. Nua pUoue
170 at iilgut.
J. H. FRENCH,
PliyRicluii and burgeon,
Olfne at .looie & l-'ieuchs Drug
Stuie ltoblducu fa until Houston Si
(lid pboiiu 177.
E. T. SPLAKUS, M. D.
Pnynician and Surgeon.
ltesid--iice I'buiiv No. G'J. Office
U v. Urns Diug tjtoio.
W. C. MOODY, M. D.
Physician and Suroeon.
Oflite upsulib ovei the tluall Hard
W4io aud lsiipleiLuia Cumpuu) bture
SAM G. DUFF,
Hank, Leo Stieet.
SHERRH.L, MULKEY & HAMILTON
Offices at Greenvillo and Conimrcc
(loo S 1'erklus. .Morris 11. llnrroll
PCRKINS & HARfiELL,
Ofllie over tiroeuvllle National Hi
change Hunk. Rooms l nud 2.
Kd 11 llonuott J. T, Jonea
BENNETT & JONES,
uriKe in saylu building, uortheajii
corner of square.
I'raciirei in all the Courts, Otficut
in Kchtff Ilulldlng over It. N White ,
U. t). Evans Ji. i,. Carpenter
EVANS i CARPENTER,
Oftlfe la v.oani-.)reiiil National Ham
Saved at Death's Door.
'Iho door of death seemed road)
10 upon uir Murrn) W Ajors, of
ii.iusii uiidgo. a Y , when his life
vv.n vvoiiuerfiilly snved "I was In a
dioadful condition," ho writes, "in)
.skin was almost yellow, o)os sunk
in, tongue rout mI, rnuidaleil from
"iBiiig 10 imuuds, growing weaker
datlv Virulent Ivor troublo nulllne
inio ilunu to dentli in spito of docto's.
i neii unit mntehless irodlclno Elec
tile Killers -i'litoit inc. I rccalnad
IJipto pounds hwt and now am well
nnd strong" lor all stomach, liver
nnd kidney trout lus thoy'ro suprouie,
Guc at all dniKglHts'.
?5.00 Reward?. ;
To tho person that bought a Singer
Machine No 1.0S0.025. Number b
under bobbin winder Easy monoy.
S If your uiaoblnu Is that number
Call or wrllo Singer Bewlug Machine
Co, aioeuvllle, 'i'oj.an.
SQd H. JtUYI.E, Mgr.
Soreness or thu luiiao'us, bother
In luced by violent eierclso or Injury,
Is mlrkly relieved by tho f eo nunll-1
canon or ciiamuonain'B l.lnlineut.
Tins llnliuont Is oiitnlly ;aluablo for
I'uiteuiar rnoumatism, and always nf.
lorns ipucK reuur. Bom by il
ehoy llros. and nil druggists. ",
Classes cornctly rittcil to the oyo.
U n i. giound iikI made whllo you
.iti Dr M P --low Optician
mr isifho lowest
prices In lowil T yig
s .. .
IJrtJtl riZUfUl'S UJtlfUbl LUKY
W. H, DUSH, President, p. A. NORRIS, Vise Pres.,
JNO. L. LOVEJOY, Vice Prei., L. N. BYRD, Active Vice Pre
S. D. DnoOKS, Cashier.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
Or GREENVILLE, TEXAS,
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF DUSINES3, JUNE 30, 1910.
Loans nud Discounts
United Slates llonil nud l'leuilums
rurultine, l'Wtures ami Ileal Kstnto
Cash nud Ilscliangi IS2 110 SS
Lk'uaud Loans 129 111" 17
Capital ttCO OOD u9
Hurplus and l'loflw. 2C 2SS 22
Uh dilation ISO OUt) 0U
Hills I'ajablo CO 000 00
Deposits f.r,2 SC8 02
Total $1 02S KG
The above statement Is correct.
S n. llltOOKS, Cabhler.
W. H. BUSH.
HRS. V. A. KINO,
DR. ROBT. SAYLE,
P. A. NORRIS.
JNO. I. LOVEJOY,
M. A. JOY,
- To the Old States, ricitlc X
. Coast, Colorado, Mexico. Can.v
X da, all Summer Heforta, Ne.v
J York, lioaton, Cincinnati, Loali-
J- villo, Chicago, St. Ixiuis, Mem-
X phis, Chattanooga, Washington
X and numeious other points. Old
y State and Colorado tlchcts do
j not have to be validated for ro-
K turn, they aro cheaper via the
I Cotton Belt through Memphis
)' TEXAS POINTS.
? All Coast resorts on salo
each I'riday one faro plus
$1.00 for the round trip, good
I Ul llfil
260 W. Leo St.
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS,,
Co Educational. Tuition Free.
ANNUAL EXPENSES, S1S0 AND
Main Uulvoislty, Austlu; :
Session opous Weducsday, ,
Suptuuiber 2S, 1910.
COLLEGE Ol' ARTS: Courses lead
lug to iho Degrees of ll.ichelor uud
Master of Arts und Doctor of Phi
DEI'AltT.MIONT Oi' EDUCATION:
I'lolessioual com bus fur teach rs,
leading to olemeiit.ir) aud pernio. I
ENUINEEHINU DEI'AllTMENT: Do-gn-o
lourscs In civil, oleUilcal ana
LAW DEPARTMENT (III Us now
building). 'llneo-)ear coin be, lead
ing tu Dcgieu of Uacheloi of Laws,
Willi Statu lieeusu; courso leading
to Deer-. o of .Master of Laws.
SU.MMEII SCHOOL: Ilegulnr Univer
sity nud .Normal courses, seven
.Session 1911 begins Juno 17.
I'or e.itologuu, millions
Unlveisiu- Station, Austin.
DEPARTMENT Or EXTENSION: 1.
Loir spondeuco Division: offois Woith Aumist 2 to C. J.30 f'lobo co
ionises In v.ulous subjucts Stii- ,,., r,.J( ,,, . , . ,
donts may eiiioll at any time. a. " tlU" fa"1 t"" to '" ',olma ' ''"""
Public Discussion aud lnfornwtlon1 ,l8 fur particulars.
Division; turnlshes bibliographies I
and travoling libraries on current D TO t-J...ii.i. A j.
problems. III. Lectin o Division; J-V, E. neWltt, igeiir
offors popular lucttiros by memhera ...., .
of the L'nlv erslty Kaeutty. F. B. McKAY, G. P. A.
Tor catalogue, address '
THE DIRECTOR OP EXTENSION. I A Wild Bllzord Raglnrj
Uulvorsity illation, Austin. J brings danger, suHorinq ofton death
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, -to thousands, vile, t il.e cold,
Galveston. coughs and Ingiluic thu unor o
Session, eight moutliB, opening Sop Winter and Spilng Its danger ali
tembcr 27th, Koui-uar courso in I mils aro aiull d up." nostrils, lower
niodlcino; tvvo-)ear course In pliar-lp.ui of nose soio. chills nnd fovur,
iikic); throt-)onr courso In nursing. , pnlu In bueh of bond, and a throat
Thorough laboratory training. Ex- gilpplug cough When Grip nttnckB,
coptional clinical facilities in John as you value our life, don't delay
Se.ily Hospital University Hall, a gutting 1i. King's New Discovery,
dormitory for women students oti"f)ii0 iMittlc cured ine," writes A U
medicine. I Dunn, of Pino Vallev. Mias.. "nfior
Tor catalogue, nddrei-s
THE DEAN. Medical College,
Making Llfo Safer.
I'.vcr) wucie llfo Is bnlug uiaJa
nniro s.ifo through thu woik of Dr.
King's New Llfo Pills iu Uoustlpa
linn, lllllousnuss, D)bpepsia, Inillgjs
lull, ifiiiuuBiiuaa, i'jiJe!mn, iiiu.cp-
Hon Liver troubles, Kidney Diseases
and Ilowol Disorders. TUcj're onsy,
i . ,.. nn.i ,.rf..i.. i,ii.i n .1,,.
timilth 5c at all drucslsts
""u"- -5c "l.nl Jr;b"1"1'
Vu jjbould not fall to cou-o aud see
my surfrb lino or cut glass The best
for ijio inoiity ovr olforodDr. M
Your watch repaired for less money
than tho big store with bl( exponso
T l". riaig.
Dr. D It. Waddle, specialist, eye
ear, note aud throat. Qmssos fitted
Olassos correctly fitted lo Hie eye
Icimes ground and made while )Ou
ivnlt Di M. Itoskow, Optician
Trv ir on yonr next witch u
lock Job I try io plca-c Iiw- t
pruei T I Plain
.$5j 997 29
. 15C 000 t)U
. H I9C Id
312 1C2 S5
H 02S CSC III
J. M. SPURLOCK.
DR. CHAS. T. KENNEDY,
R. D. WADDLE.
S. B. BROOKS,
L. N. P.YRD,
S B. PERKINS,
RIGHT THIS WAY!
ou wi-li to lui) Wall 1'ap-jrb,
.-, (. .ib. Ek 11 Is not the
.i'olu tint m.iUis mil vali'i-s
tit ii itid (pi.ilitv combined
2ll West Lee Streot
Sherman, tor Houston and Walnut Si
REMEMBER OUR BIG ART DEP'T.
July 30th to August 15th
Round Trip Rates
Jul) 20 In August II
July 29 and August 0, good 10 diys,
Jul) 20. reluru August 1st
August 2, letuin August S
August fl, reluru August II, only
Epwoi'th league meeting Cm pus
Chrlstl August 3 lo II. $1170. 11m"
Kirui8 Union .Meeting Port
b. ing 'laid up' throe weeks vvltli'
tdrlp" l'or sore lungs, Hemorrhages, I
Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough,1
I Uronchllls. Asthma, lis supremo EOe
$100 Gnaranleod by all druggists. I
I Toothing children have moro oi
' lei a diarrhoea, which enn be con
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. ' u"1 "' ,? ''''il0,0ft if "'??' AU
"'' ' MMSsaiy Is to give tho pro-
scilhed dose after each operation of
iho boiveis moro than natural aud
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I",1; tlw Md iu "draniL.ti
ibDty l" anJ a" "ruggmts.
, llflu, catBlQgUM ,tQm ,Ue laraoa,
; '' , '"IT ! "r "" ,
liuiue) than J on bin lo pay iu tile
lenelry slnr - T 1 rialj'
I ii ' is Ihe In t lino of lawn
" i'k i " . i fi n, , in prjoa
1 . $ ii
I M lloykln's lino of refrlger
nnd leu hoxet.. prices from f 0 50
i renin vvn 'i
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F. J. PHILLIPS, Preildent.
JAS. ARMISTEAD, V.-Pres.
GEO. S. PERKINS, V.-Pres,
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
OF GREENVILLE, TEXAS,
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JUNE 30, 1910.
Loans and Discounts
United States und Other Bonds
UankliiB Homo, I'urnltuiu and rlxtnres..
Cash, KxchaiiKo and Deminil Loans....
Capital J200 000 00
Surplus and Undivided Profits CO 319 2S
Circulation 187 100 00
Deposits 729 500 15
Wo certify this slnlcment
! F. J. Phillips, A. F. Rlchter, H. W. Williams, V
t Geo 8. Perkins, T. R. East, Mrs. W. A-William., .$
I- Ja.. Armlstead, E. P. Becton, M. M. Arnold, jj
X J. M. G ykln, O. T. Graham, C. B. Jones. X,
J. J. B. Clayton, L. A. Clark, W. B. Wise. ;
V A. G. Lantznester, .'.
x-5 .:..:x-x--M"W-:-x.--:":-:-M" kx-mom-c-x-c-c-w-k-
THE TEXAS MIDLAND WE OFFER THE BEST
SERVICE TO THE
EOi'thi and East
THROUGH SLEEPERS PARIS TO ST. LOUIS
AND CHICAGO WITH
G. P. A., FT.
in 1 1
in i .
!'W.T. Monroe II
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i HI I
in iinnui ii i
Steam andGas Fitter.
Weatliers Grain Co.
ALFALFA AND 1
FEED AND COAL
Ofllcc nml Warehouses on
St, John Street, Opposite
Hotli Phones li.
French & Moored,
rail, Alfalfa and pralilo hay, ' k.iled
shucks, car corn. Alfalfa meal. P lions
tl -W'oathors ralu Co.. South St.
All harness impaired neatly an 1 sat
isfaction guaranteed nt lloykln'H, lo
Seo Slasaajn & Long for Ffre and
Tornado Insurance. They wrKto both
city and country risks, tt.
Nn Him of) wool skirts novelties
d raplcs at ono half price Mon'la) I
and Tuesday) at Graham Brijs.
WILLIAMS, JR., Astt. Cash
BIRDSONO, Asst. lath.
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... 22 9CC 05
... 321 3G2 90
.fl 170 92D 43
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J. PHILLIPS, President.
W. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
W.H, Wilkins Market
Office at Model Pressing Parlor.
Old phone 1170 New phone 291
Fire, Automobile, Tornado,
Llvo Stock, Plate Glass, Accl-.
dent Surety Donds roprssent
Ing tbo Rest Companies only.
B. O Wylie & Co
Phono No, 492.
Office over First National bank
H, ASHBURN, MANAGER.
Protect four Property
I represent ladlne Companlot
and am prepared to write
and Plate Glass
Offlcu (lee's Drug Store.
Undergraduate Grand Rapids Veter
Innry College of lllchleis.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
Offlco with flherrlll,