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Wo will bo milling runuintiu ami oilj lots as
they accumulate, eo It will pay you to visit our
store ouch rtay. As many or our best barBalns
aic In lots too small to advertise, as It Is our
policy luvcr tu advertise anything unions wo
have n fairly good nssortmeul.
Head this ail carefully ns tlio prices wo nru
making aro ttnufiual for us anil are never wade
only liy Mcllrlde.
Mun's, youths ami boys' sulls onoh.ilf price
This Is it money saving opportunity for yo.i.
Most of you know what this clothing Is, of our
yon know It's the best lliat Is possible to flinl at
tin.1 price. Now those same high class suits fi'"
offeied sou at one hat less than regular low
prices should Interest, mull economically Inclined,
We show the blue, black, brown and gray milts
for men, nudo In tlio newest styles, sack coats,
perfect fitting collars and shoulders, styles that
you cannot duplicate olsowlieto. Uogular pi Icon
$18.00 lo $25.00, now they are $'.1.00 to S1-.5U
Men's and young iron's stylish suits, most aro
Schloss models, In thu blue, black, brown mid
grav, sack coats, most perfect tilting and stylish
garments shown at legnlar pilccs of ?1U to $1:1.50.
now they aio $500 to SO.UK
Youlbs' and men's stylish sulls, tbeso come in
Ihe btHt materials, good shades, are well made.
Yon cannot find better values at $3 to $10, now
they aic $2.30 to S5.00
Hoys' knlckeibncker pants, sulls, sack coats, they
con-c lit tho most serviceable mateilals and the
ben liatlerns, well made und stylish. You will
do well to get jour boys n suit while they arc
ono-halt price. Hegular prices were $1 03 Jjv
$7 10, now they are SSe to Stt.70
l.lttlo boys' wash suits, In the swipe and solid
shad's, sizes 2 to 0 years. All marked at one
half pi Ice.
VHfh anri 3nth
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Y CHARACTERISTIC LETTER FROM
Y FORMER GREENVILLE WOMAN.
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riday and Saturday July
and Monday August 1st
Extra Specials for Three Days
Notable Poem A Well Known
iCIub Woman "Hog Cholera
and Blind Staggers,"
$5-0 ii'UI $5 5 Hntiiiit Oxfords la pricce
$2,50 mid $2.75
Tbeso nie uiiiKiiul values. They come In
the black and tan, p.iicnt 11 ml lcl kid, medium
and heavy soles, blueher lace. Tliev are all now
slylos, perfect fifing and oxfords that aie well
worth our legulnr prices. Tltev aio spcrlals at
this low prlco.
as per Cent Off on All Alois and Buys Oxford
Vo have marked our entire line of men's and
boys oxfoids at UiIb low prli e, In the lot ou
will find patenl and viei Kid, huclier lace oxrmda
and pumps, also the tan styles, medium auJ
heavy soles, values from $2.30 tu $3 Do, now they
are SI.SS to SU.OIJ
Hoys' slvllsli oxfords in the patenl and vlel, 'me
dium and heavy soles, the most perfect flttliu;
oxfords shown, there 111 e most all sizes lu each
line, you will Uo well lo buy llieni now while
they me 5 per cent olf regular prices $2.00 tT
$3.00, now they aio $1.50 to Si2.-5
12 l-2c and 10c Dress
Goods Now 7 l-2c
liTthls lot you will find the best patterns In iim
dras watstlug, percale, dotted iwiss, solid and
fancy lawns, s rpentlne ciope, linens, fancy suit
ings, chambry, madras In the light and dark pat
terns, all new desirablo goods now marked
12 1-2c and 10 Long Cloth 7 l-2c
This 13 the best grade, some In lengths from 5
to 12 yards, smooth fine quality. Wo 'Will close
out the balanco at one price only 7'i
10-4 bleach sheeting, special value at 22VjC, now
Remants at Half Price
These aro short lengths, of the best materials
left fron our spilng and summer selling. You
will profit by coming and solecting what you
will need, These nro short lengths o calico, do
mestic, percale, fancy shirting, apron check, rnj
dias, embroidery, ribbon, laces, wool and silk
goods, fancy cotton suitings, lawns, dimities and
very light weight cotton goods, all clean new
material left from this spring and summer's sell
ing, marked now at exactly half price.
These consist mostly of short lengths for quilts.
7 yards Bundle Remnants at 13c
from 1-1 to 2 yards. They aro the best grade
prints, lu tho light and dark patterns, at tlii3
low price they are excep.lonal values,
Half Price Sale on Tailored
Suits and Cotton Dresses
Women will appreciate thee values for thov
are v unusunl Wo bave p'aced balance of our
ladies' cotton coat suit and dresse-- on sale at
25 Qer Cent Discount on Wom
en's and Childern's Oxfords
This is tho greatest opportunity In save. Our
entire line of oxfords for wowcii and children
are now marked at 25 per cent olf. Women's
fine patent leather, vlcl oxfords and pumps, also
the black suede pumps, in medium and heavy
soles, blueher lace oxfords, with heavy and llg'it
so'es, most perfect fitting, ltegular prices $2 50
to $1150 now they aro $1.&S to aS-.(!
Wnini'ii'H slyllsli bliiiher lace oxfoids, strap san
dals ami pumps, some with tlio fancy buw and
buckle, patent and vlcl kid, medium and heavy
soles, oxfoids that aio north our regular prlccit.
$125 to $2 50, now they aro all marked at 23
per cent off, aic to S1.8S
Specials in Dress Goods
25c Cooes Now 17c
These aie the ilibest maieiials shown, coir In
and make your se'ectlon pally. I'utlre line of
nierceri.ed ginghams ami while wulstlugs, crystal
cloth, linens, jncquardH, dottcil ami check Swiss,
eioss bar, homo hpun silks, inerceilzed linens, la
all the best shades anil patterns, styles that are
unusual at regular prices.
19c and 15c Coods Now IOc
in this lot you will find the best patterns In
mercerized white waistlims, dolled awlss. Im
perial chambry, plnlil dress ginghams, linens,
feheer batiste, plain and fancy colored lawns,
fancy madras waitings and shirting, suitings in
many patterns, lotion icp, these nro tho best
patterns, excellent materials. You will save by
exactly halt price. During tho first of the great
July sale wo sold qui e a number anil at this
low price tho remaining stock will not stay hero
long. Tho lot Ib soiiiewh.it broken but Micro aro
most all sizes. They come lu the white, blue,
lose, blown, tan, etc, In the medium and shor.
coats, trimmed In soutache braid and bands of
contrasting materials, tho skirts aio plain and
plaited, perfectly made. Regular prices were
$3.S5 lo $12.50, now they aro exnctly half price,
$1.08 to SG.nr
Cotton one -piece dresses in the white, bluo, rose,
pink, tan, corn, etc , some made with oversklrt
effect, others In tunic sljles, irlimreil with net
yoke, soutache and fancy braids, those are diessy
garments, ltegular prices $5;i0 to $14.50, now
they are half price, $2.75 to...'. S7."-"i
Dainty lingerie dresses in the onibroldery,
lace, etc, made in tho tunic and oversklit effect,
some have the panels of embroidery and lace
and fine tucks, in white, blue, rose, pink, laven
der, values up to $12.30, now they aro all one
Notion Specials and Ladies
i:ntl''c lino of children's oxfoids, blueher laco
and Mir.a, in vicl and paicm leather, niedlut'i
and heavy Miles, some have the paient vamps
and white or tan tops, new toes, perfect fitting,
while your sie is here select n pair, llcgulai
prices $1.00 to $2.50, now tliey'aio 75c lo S 1 .8fi
Air float talcum powder. 10c grade 7c
Large size can Air float talcum powder. ... !)'
Wire hair pins, 5e grado, per hov only ;jo
Ladies' li'ack and colmed gaue hose, 25c grado
now al only J ft
Ladles silk gloves, black und colnivd, 50c and
75c grade now at KSe anil 57c
Ladles' neckwear, nice assortment of new stylos,
25c to 50c grade, now 10c to ;gi
Ladles' bells only a few loft from our spring
sales, now only ouelhalf prlco.
Ijidiis' lest, lapo neck, fie grade now ,(e
Ladies' suinuinr union suits 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25
ami l 511 grades now one-half price, 25c !ISe, fine,
c:ii and 7.-;c
Extre Specials For Men
S3.00 "ATS NOW Sl.l)5-'l"liese are Hie best
styles In black and color, newest shapes, iiniisuil
S2.-I5 AND SU.00 HATS NOW SI .-lS-An-other
special worth noting. Tip y come lu blac'v
and all the popu'nr shades, newest shapes, you
will do well to got one vvhllo your slzo is bore.
SJJ.50 AND S'1.00 HATS NOW SU.S)7 On'y
tho best styles and shades aio shown lu this lo',
becoming shapes in black and colors. These aio
tbo greatest values of tho season.
50o SHIIITS FOIl aOc These ar odd lots, in
manufacturers' goods, in KOlid shades, Boft cuffs
nnd collars, but tho best values ever offered 'it
this low prlco.
"All women, (11 talking jump from
1 0110 iub,t:t to .auoiher," a friend
aid to mo the oilier day, and of
onrso 1 retorted that this was due
to their quickness of thought, that
il wai hotter to Jump than to crawl
.mil so on. My reply was nwdo In
elf defense, and must be the same
oxcuse tor tho stamp of Mils lotto,'
which I am writing to my Greenville
friends simply because I wunt to.
I have Just been pasting a poem
In my scran-book which I wish tip
world could read, It Is tlio last thing
written by Molllo 1J Mooro Davl.i,
whom. Texas loved nnd claimed, nnd
who passed away In her quaint little
homo down In the dingy Kronch quar
tors of New Orleans, not very lou,;
She Is looking Into tho face of
Death as sbo writes, and she seoa
therein tho face of a friend. She
knows that sbo must pas away lu
a fovv days and the lines of lice
Tarowcll" nre shorn of any attempt
at effect. Straight fiom tho heart of
her, comes her clean soul's messng.',
end It Is nil or good cheer. I am
tinil that she was glad at the last
and that she had the coilrago and
latlcnce to write It out. It stirs
ones pulses with n sense or the In',
mortal when wo road tho song it
this womnii as alio stands with one
hand stretched to the Hand Invisible,
vvhllo the otbor wares to her friends,
a glad good-bye. t think you could
get a copy of tho poem If you would
v.rlte to Mr. Davis, her husband, who
Is on the staff of the New Orleann
My companion and I were speaking
of Molllo U, Moore one day lu .the
spring ns wo drove out, after our
club meeting, from llrynn, toward the
big convont set still and solemn n
mile or so from town.
And my companion?
1 rentura thero Is not n Federated
flub woman In Texas who doos not
know Mrs. Patty Wilson SIiimiis. Sbo
has the peculiar distinction of being
tho best club politician in the state.
Mrs. Slmtns has nover been presi
dent of the State Federation and alio
doos not want to, but she says who
slinll be a sort of Warwick In pet
ticoats If you please.
Every year, It is a known fact
that Mrs. Slmins, with her advisory
commltt.'o makes tbo slate for the
Federated Club officers, and It I tell
sou that this lady's gowns aio the
WANTUD Must bo a bargain, a
cheap Itefrlgerator. 11. S Chandler,
tho Fiirnlturo Man. 7-20
FOH UI2NT llrtck building on North
Stonewall, oast fiont. J. u. Clayton.751
FOR HUNT llrlck bulldlug.
lu H. L. Davidson. '
FOlt SALK Scholarship lu Tyler
Commercial College. If taken al once
will soil very cheap. 7-30
FOlt SAL11 Flvo shaios 18-inonths-old
tlrueiivllle lliiilding fc Loan Assn.
stock. See Hoy Johnson.
SJ.00 NKOLKiKIJ SHIIITS (J)c-Odd lots,
biokeii sizes but I'leun new goods, b.'Bt patterns,
home lanndrled stjles among tho lot. Do not
One lot livens blue cheek overalls, only a few l.-ft
now, good materials, special values at 75c, aj
long as they last now at only..... Jgr.
Men'? halt lioso, black and colors, worth 8 1-lSc
to 10c, now at ( 1
Men's suspenders, assorted, regular 15c graded
Mon's canvass gloves 5c
Hoys' undershirts and drawers, two different
st.vles, 25c grade, on half price, now Jjfs
Men's light weight knit diawers-. 25c, 3Sc, 50c
and $1.00 grado uow oncjmif, I Sc, lllc, 25c, 5()i
WANTKIJ To r now expiring loans
,, I and make uow ones. Long time and
tj low rutoB. Massay A; Lang. tf
FOll HKNT Furnished looms foi
light housekeeping. .Mrs It. L. Davidson.
FOlt HAl.li Two boot black stands at
:t bargain. See Will Jones at llauuei
iliolght ot Fashion ns well ns the
heels ot her shoes, Hint she la noted
also for hor beautiful receptions, that
she scampers thiuugli Kuropo ovo-y
)enr or 'wo, that sbo Is a devotee of
bridge, that her wnlhing-siill when 1
last saw hor, was n marvel in greon
and gold nnd that this lady Is pn.vt
Bixi -ifk sixty-live, sorno say you
will declare that she had bolter be
saying her prajers than counting her
games ot bridge.
Hut she does pray; she prays In
hor deeds n'so. She is tho kindest,
leiiilereBt soul. She Is nllvc to Jus
tice mid to mere. She In woman
r culture, wealth, love, understand
("8. helpfulness. Itolt.g ttint-Rhall
wo not forgive the bridge and the
kovvii of gieeti and gold?
I want to give you a lino to reinem
ier. that MrB. SIiimiis gnvo me as we
diove, that perfect morning through
tho glory of given woods.
"A day for gods to stoop, and uion
Isiit that a pietty way to express
hat uplift which conies to all of in,
nhcii the bluo Is overhead, and tie!
wonder of ciontloit wraps us llko 1
You have heard ot Dr. Francis the
veterinarian ot a. & M who has
boon thero nineteen yeans, and vvlu
aas a world-wide lopulntlon, tor his
-leatmeiit of dumb unlmals' diseases?
lie is very dear, and this n-oy ad I
o lils concentration or thought on
tho work at hand, ills wife, who N
.1 bright, beautiful woman, tossed on
.1 boninot nt the club. The subleei
discussed by several ladles was "llo-.v
o Keep Your Husband's Love." ami
Mrs. l'lancls said humorously "my
... uiiiiuie ih io neconie a quad
lupod." Wo were dilvlng out to A
& M. olio nflerniiou, and though
.Mrs. Francis talked In 1,11 lliteiestlng
way, 1 was chletly occupied lu tiylnn
to get my bieath, for tho horse, l'ullv
which alio dime, lluw Ilk.- the wind
and 1 was scared out or my senses
nil tbo way. Hal one thing leniein
ber she said Just as she drove to
the hotel 011 the college campus. "1
urn nlrald 1 will not gel much club
work done. Dr. Francis Is so Inter
ested In two subjects that be leaves
all housohold affairs In me, and I
am Interested lu tbuni too."
"What nro thu subjects?" I ninii
iged tu ask.
"Hog cholera and blind stiiBgers,'
she nnswoied quite seriously and off
she diovo, flecking the rolits lightly
over Polly's neck, n Hash of diamonds
011 her whlto hand, tho flutter of ,1
bluo ribbon from her throat a dain
ty piece of remlnlnlly, but for .1'
that and n' that, interested In boa
cholera and blind slnggors.
Out at A. & M. Dr. Fountain Insist
.'d Hint 1 call with him at President
Mllner's office which I did Mr. .ML
nor says the burdens of bis place ale
very heavy, ami that ho feels deeply
his losponslhllily. He declined that
be remembered 1110 well, spoko of
(Jreenvllle, and asked :ilTui'tiiiuutul)
about ICil Harris, as ho called him. 1
lobl bin', id the buautiriil little sketch
the Herald editor wrote eoucernlii:;
his visit to Henderson and tho
thoughts which came to him. Just
thou a batch of cadets camu to the
door Mr. Mllner, asked 1110 to rj
main, ami transacted with them some
perplexing piece of colloge affairs.
Then when they bail left, he iiirned
his weary face toward no, waved bis
hand, as If to wave nwuy offlohl
euros, ail said softly, "lie wrote
about his visit to the old home, did
ho? Say, thu next llmo you write
10 i:d, toll him to send Hie that ploco
will ou? I'd rathor road It than
anything I know, hellove It would
lost mo a little." So this Is the llrst
tlmo I've written and I'limldeiu Ml"
ner winils a restful piece to lead now
just as ir.uch as ho did then more
so, 1 fancy NAIINIK II IIF.I.I.
:tll Kiml Second rtl , I'l Worth
I Out Greatest Cleaning Sale Will End In 1
FIVE. IViUKIi JDAY&
Time Is short--hm every mtmito ot these st days will bn crowded full ot vnluo-RlTltig that will
bring rrmMls or eutliustaidlc oconoinlsts to this sale. Wo aro going to make this tho best week of
our BAI.B and every day now witnesses tbo final telling out of many lines that cau not bo ru
pturedbut there Is still amplo selections The goods you need aro hers and you can buy thorn herp
nnd now nt mulch loss than they'll cost later and elsewhere.
Many of tho Items quoted are small lot-i and will not Inst long
One lot misses' and children's black lace sMpo
hose, most nil slr.es, our regular 20c values In
close at half price 10"
Our entile lino ot ladles' and misses' whlto hose
this week at half prlco, lBc to 50c values for
per pair 7Vfcc to l5o
One small lot 10c. and lBc toweling lo close lit
per yard 5''
One small lot 10c to 15c percale and inailrns
ijlilitlng to close at fc
Our entire line of children's slippers for Iho ro
nialnd. r of this week ul HALF Pltlt'K
Warm Weather Wearables For
Ladles at Still Lower Prices.
Six silk dresses In llajah and taftota, prices
$12.00 to $25 00, 'this wcok at halt prlco, JG.00
About twenty Ltngorlc dreBSos In all good col
ors, prices $3.50 to $12.00, lo closo this week at
halt price, $1.75 to $0.00
About two dozen linen ami cotton coal suits, all
lu best colors, prices $5.00 to $7.50, to closo
this week nt less than halt prlco, JJ.23 to 55. 15
FIRST HMD1 IN CONTEST
GREENVILLE DUSINESS UNIVEll
SITY STUDENT WON PLACE.
Letter of Miss Wonuck Adjudged
Dest In Giefln Typewriting
LOST A black yearling maiu col'.,
small In sl.o Liberal toward for ro-
.. 1 luin to II. L. Carpenter,
LOST A dark bluo silk iin..bro(lU,
v.Mh durk smooth handle. Fiuilur
please notify Wlllluui Uucon and go!
TAX COLLECTOR tilRDSONG.
An old saying, that Is olteu quoted,
Is ".V ptophut Is not. without honor
utivo lu his own country." This can
not bo said however ot tlio (Ireun
vlllo lliisluess Unlvurslty as its fiiino
Is iicknowleilged lu this, Its bonis
town, and it Is also, spioading uliioad
10 tbo utmost limits ot tbo United
Status. Tlio Hi egg Writer Is a mouth
ly inngazluu devoted to thu flre&t
system of shorthand which Is taught
In chit llttoeu hundred colleges and
universities lu tbo United Slates.
Tbo magazine also pavs attention tJ
typewriting nnd Ih having vailous
kinds of eoniOBts. Thu content for
.hum was for the best artistic lutler.
Tho magaulne saya: "Thu leltors
sent In by thu students of the Uruon
vlllo lluslnoss University, of ilreon
vlllo, Texas, us a whole, were per
haps tho besi. Bpluiidbl HpcclmoiiB
were submllttd, also by tbo studetu-j
of the Donnelly lluslnoss Collugo of
Charluston, W. Va."
Aguln it BiiyB. "Tbo letter subu:.R
ted liy Miss Alva Wonuirk, of Groom
vlllo, Texas, Is given llrst place, that
ot .Miss ilosslo K Harnett, lllackstoim
UIIISH, bCCOMIl, U1IU lllilL VI i IIUAIUIIIUI ,
Ostrum, Asloiin, Oregon ,thlld." Cied
It Is also given to a number of alii
dents amongst whom nru Mrs. 1. . '
Ilradloy, Oreenvlllo, Texas, and for
the May contesl, Mib. II L. Oiluoal,
of this city. I
So II will be Been that the Green-
vlllo IIiisIiioks University Is udvertU ,
eil in tills magazine all ovtr the laud
fruii'i .MaHsnchusiittH to CulfuriiU and
from Canaila to tho llulf. Hurely Him
Is mi honor of which Professors Fa' '
roll nnd ilaidiu may well be pioud,
and the people of Greenville may
also h proud or having so lino ami
growing an institution of learning '"
HOME MISSION SOCIETIES.
Wero Delightfully Entertained by
Mrs. Perkliitt And Mrs. Mood.
Yesterday afternoon Iho ihreo
Homo Mission Societies, ot Wesloy,
Kavu11auF.l1 and West Lee Street
Methodist churches wore most delight
fully onleitiiliied nt tlio homo of Mrs.
tieo. H. Perkins 011 Hast Park street
by Mrs. Perkins, district secretary,
nnd Mrs. It. O. Muod, wlfu ot tbo Pre
Tlio Intllen were assembled on tho
lawn, nnd n card was given each 0110
on which sbo was to wrllo sonic eug.
giisllon for tbo good of tlio Homo MIb
hIoii HnclrtloH. These suggestions
wero good, soino amusing and others
funny. Ot tho latter wan Hint of on
lady who wrote that she thought tl
would bo for tbo good of tbo socio
ties to havo n new district secretary
and a now presiding eldor'H wlfo.
This suggestion was written without A
consorting Hov. Mood. A pleasant
social tlmo was bnd and then Ic.i
ream, and cake wero served.
whole affair was most enjoynble.
Tim ' A
CORD WOOD DY THE CAR
F. O. D. TRACK GREENVILLE
DELIVERED TO YOUR YARD
Lluilloy Johnson's Hook Store Is
lecolvlng every day, lnle, now pop
ular books of Action.
Have u Splrolla CnrRet made to or
der. Heo samples at Mrs, J. O. Arm
strong, North King street.
You can get your harness or sad
dle ropnlrnd, wnnhod and oiled nt
Iloykln's Hardware Htoro
List your property with Mnssay ,V
Long If you wnnt quick action. tf
On August 10th, 1910, I will sell t'j
Ih. 1 highest bidder for ensb all un
collectod notes and accounts ot tho
face value uC about )700.00 of the es
tate of A. J. Terrell, bankrupt.
Halo will bo conducted nt poatofflce
lu lowu ot Mi.t. on date named, be
twouu hours "f Li 1 m. and t p. ra..
by virtue of iiutl.'.i ty Irotn court ot
A 1! NICHOLSON.
Greenville IgTlfl IIIHridff Greeilville
Texas agmnnssmgg - Texas
WANTKD To buy or rent a Riisolliie
engine 3 to G II. P. .Must be in good
order and complete, ready tu run.
(IreenvlHo llroom Mfg. Co,
1 , , ,,
! OH SALi: Park street lot f0 ,y
110, concrete sidewalk, graded und
terraced, shade trees, l'rko 1 1 lir.O.Ou
A. It. Holmes. S3
Paid to Stale and County tor 1009
$1&0,0 18.09 Only Small Per Cent
4 ik:;:: : xti&r!
I OK SALI-.Scliolarsblp lu Tylar
Coinmurclul College. Will sell at a
bargain. .New pbunu "At'J'L 7-31
Will sell 3-pound cans 'Wapco"
Tomatoes this week for $J.20 the
Both Phones No. 28.
rail SALi: Moderate priced letd
dtiiicos, on Cornelia at., Puller Ht,
West Pickett St. or Sayle at. 1100.09
cash, balanco easy payments. A. It.
LOST One brass aide automobile
lamp, between Dixon and Greenville
ilaturn to W. D. Samuel! and get ro
I. M. Strlnfjer Returns to Greenville.
Aftei a yeui and u half absence I
M. Ktiiuger, one of the most compe
tent undertakers and furniture men
in' Texas reluruu to take bis old posi
tion with a. 11. Collins. During Mr.
Btriuger's absence lie has been con-tic-aed
with one ot the largest furni
ture and undertaking establishments
In Touu. lie would bo pleated to
,j luu-l all of his old friends and tu
I lonn juiuy now ones, asurlug tlioui
that ho is better qualified today than
mer before to render most perfect
service. Mr. Stringer will bo In WANTI3D Young men to learn auto-
Tax Collector Hills lllrdsong has rn
ceived u letter from Comptiollor J.
W. ijtupbuus LoinilliintliiK blm upon
lliu pioiiiptuuss and accuracy of his
official papers which Mr lllidsoiig
uppieclatos highly. Tho tax collector
has paid to thu state und county fur
11)09 tlS.'.IS.liU, leaving dollmiucn'.
only 'i 1- por cent. This Is a very
line showing and indicates thu onurgy
and ability Mr. lllrdsong innulfostod
In thu conduct of thu business of tilt
office. The following is the letter
written by the Comptroller;
Austin, Tex, July 18, loiu.ilr. Ki
lls lllrdsong, Tax Collector Hunt
County, Oreenvlllo, Texas. Dear Sir:
I enclose you herewith suitomuui
of your VMi'i account, showing settle
incut of sumo.
1 appreciate tho promptness and
correct execution of your official pa
pers, also the uniform courtesy nnd
friendship you have shown for the
department. Yours very truly,
J. AY". BTHPIIBNS.
HEAL ESTATE TltAN8FEH8.
Deeds Filed For llecord In the Office
of the County Clerk.
(Furnished by Klncy Abstract Co)
Deeds riled July 27, 1010;
SV. ('. Ilrlulngiiuiu and wife to P.
I'orionberry, 28 1-1 actus of W. I)
Winston and C. W. Hfhnlu survuys.
J. II. llaller to C. It. Priest, lols
111 ami 21 In block No 0 College Hill
uddllloii to Oroutivlllc; 4200.00.
T. (1. Wlnfiuy, guardian to A. K
lllohtur, 1-7 luleiesl In lt 8 Muck No
1118 City of flieeiivllle; JII000.
W. T. Williams und wife lo T. P.
Ilotbell, lot lu Oroeiivlllo on Houston
Jim Lonore lu Hula liurris, lot In
(irceiivllly on John fllllesplu survey,
CHILD MORTALITY U SUMMER
Every milliner the newspapers arc full of horrifying stories of the death list
among infant and children ami extremely old people. In mining Infants and
children still being fed largely on milk this is usually due to tbe quality of the
Mcp mine uteii, ami in ageu people io a general
rvn niimiiri if weakening of the system became of extreme
DR. CALDWELL'S ,cnt, still, a great many of the deaths are due to
SYRUP PEPSIN directive trouble, and these can usually be
avoided by the timely uic of n reliable laxative-tonic There is no remedy for
Ibis purpose that lends itself better lo the uses of children and aged people than
l)r Caldwell s byrup Pepsin, which lor a generation lias uccn me reliance ui
thousands of mothers and which is Raining in favor every year Ibis lemeay,
unlike a purgative, salt, laxative water or "inlattt iiieilicme, contains notntng
lli.it is dangerous to the health of the weakest or youngest person, and its re
pealed use does not form a habit, as it the case with narcotic remedies for
rlillilrrn. Oo lo your druggist this very day and buy a 59 cent or $1.00 bottle,
am! like thousands of other parents, kretv it mi hand for an emergency.
You can obtain a 1-Kfc.Ii SA.Ml'Lli nut ii.ti uy auuressing
DR. W. II. CALDWELL, d00 C.ldw.l! Bld.. Montleello, 111.
i IF YOU ARE NOT
HOK HUNT Nicholson homestead on
North Btonewnll street, two blocks
square; newly painted; new poreclalu
bath tub; all modern conveniences
Apply lo J. O. Nicholson. Old phone
(office) 351 (residence) Cll. 81!
Money Wins This Week for Cash.
WOO 3,oot lawn settee for only 11.50
Jf. 00 5 foot lawn settee for only 13 71
II 00 i foot lawn sottoe for on'y j'JOti
Onlyjfa tew left Ironing furnaies.
voryWehoap Huy new fi-al tiers, ex-
AN8WCR6 EVERY CALL.
dreenvllle People, Havn Found Tint
This Is True,
A cold, a frtrnln, rfjsudilen wCfilllj,
A IIHIo cause may hurt the kidneys'
Spoils of backache orton follow,
Or somo' Irregularity ot the urlno.
A certain remedy for surh attacks,
A raodlclno that answers every rail
IS Doan's Kidney Pills, a true spo
Many Oreenvllle peop'o rely on It.
Here Is Greenville proof.
MrB. T. J. Unehan, of Mroouvllle,
Texas, says: "I llrst used Dean's Kid-
uey Pills about two years ago. Kor
tome tlmo I was greatly annoyed by
nvknehe. Whenever I contracted a V
g, .!... - - -- -- -- ---- , i
ciiangogoous mr oio. i.awn swings co)l) lt nMe ray kldpeys and atl
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE.
Harbuck (Si Sor
... rsi n- M... DU. Ort1
X uicj rnone lot iidw i nunc cjt
. . --fgr,
Weekly Herald 1$ 00 Per Year
cbuige of tile undertaking work at
tho Collins stars, and will respond to
calls both nighanJ day.
I See Nix the Wood Man.
V I) Nu stmawlls cord, beater.
htovo.ioou.and coin. Stovcwood I- kO
per ml- Iiealf Jioo. rord wood ?. '.') ' pire Autcmdblle Institute, Ilocbestor
per cord on contract. Now phone 311 ,n. Y. M 7-9
mobile business by mall and prepare
for positions as chauffeurs and repair
'jien. Wo make you oxport In tut
weeks; assist you to gacuro poaP'on.
Pay tig; work pleasant; demand (or
moil great; reasonable; write for
particulars and sample lesson, Eov
at bottom prices
(lead our large ad in today's pa
CIIANDLKIt, tbe iucU Ume, tll0 pamages of the kid
I nev secretions became too frcnuent.
Doan's Kidney I'llls, procured from
Cord k Pennington's Drug Store.
gave uie creat relief. Another icom
ber of my family used this excellent
remedy with equally good results and
ill, therefore, gives me pleasure to
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
IF YOU WANT TO 6UY, LBT ME KNOW.
IF YOU WANT TO SELL, LET MB KHOW.
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW MONEY, LET ME KNOW.
I KMOW HOW.
ill M. Harrison
The Land Wlan
T . - lieu:
V Jj(A?a-AA o other,
luJrUinber tbo natne-Doan's-andl MtllZKttit
v nn other. 'T '
For sale by all dealers, Prlco 001 '
I'oater-Mltburn uo., uunaio.i
I.-.- V.,1, onla animl. fn. VllM 1 1 nt t A1 I Tb
HOW lUin, win bvu. .w. mv m. . ,
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