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GREENVILLE. TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 12, 1910
d Prices to
THAT TIME HA3 NOW COME FOR WHICH
WISE SHOPPERS HAVE BEEN WAITING. WC
HAVE DWINDLED PRICES SO THAT WHAT
REMAINS OF OUR SUMMER STOCK WILL IN
A SHORT WHILE DWINDLE TO NOTHINGNESS.
IT IS OUR PLAN NOT TO CARRY GOODS FROM
ONE SEASON TO ANOTHER. YOU KNOW WHEN
WE SAY WE CUT THE PRICES, WE CUT THEM.
WE DO NOT CARRY POOR SHODDY STUFF IN
OUR SORC. YOU MAY REST ASSURED WHEN
YOU DUY GOODS FROM OUR ESTABLISHMENT
THAT WHATEVER THE PRICE MAY BE THE
QUALITY IS GOOD.
WAS ONE OF HUNT COUNTY'S
'TTITT-jTiiiiJtJsH ViTHT. 1-1 RTAllTiU B'Vfd MIi1bsiIiH
Doolcy Sweet Potatoes.
Veal, Brookfield Butter
J. O. Hayfei & Son.
Wo'ro up on dressing 'young
Wo'vo Clothes for Uoys of ull ages
Hlg Boys, I.lttlo Uoys, Strenuous
ltojs. Good Uoys, Und Uoja unil
every oilier typo of Uoy.
WttBh Suits In nil ages.
Sturdy School Suits, built for'bus.
ness as well as for good looks, all i
Wu sell tlio Clotlios and dress tliu
Hoy as lie should bo dressed.
This week we have put on sale our
entire line of Uoys' Suits at ONE
THIRD OFF THE REGULAR PRICE.
All Uoys' Wash Suits Included.
Are Yet Galore at Our Store
ALL LOW CUT SHOES ARE MOVING RAPIDLY UNDER
THE GREAT PRESSURE OF THE PRICE CUTTING PLAN.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE LOW PRICES AND
SUPPLY THE CHILDREN WITH SCHOOL SHOES. THEY
WILL NEED ONE OR MORE PAIR OF SLIPPERS FOR
CUT PRICES ON ALL SLIPPERS ONLY
Greenville Shoe Co.
Held Public Positions of Trust Was
Universally Esteemed A Good
Man, Faithful and True.
Tho p;oplo of Ureemlllu wore
rtUMtlj shucked and luoxpieshlbl)
ancM.il jubiumliy iitiurnuou when it
uuc.iuiu miuwu that JV. S. Waul luu
.ucd siiduonl) Horn huait i.vlluio, lie
vus silting mi the g.illciy ai h'ls lionn.
ending vvlieu ho was overcome Willi
uliiinc'ss and uled hi a tew moments
never Kcoveilng consciousness alter
ueliig attacked, lie had couplalned
during the last few dnss of not being
well but was able tu be up, and hU
sudden deaih was wholly unexpeclett
Only last week lit- attended the an
uiial reunion of tho Ulovoiitli Tcmih
C.ivnlrj at .Ml. Veinuii at which time
ho was elected chaplain of the Asso
elation of which ho had been a mem
ber since Its organization.
William Sargent Wind was born in
Washington Count), Virginia, In 133s
Ho removed to Texas befoio the war,
and enlisted at Jit. Vernon, suffering
tlio vicissitudes and braving the dan
geis of active service during tho en
lire struggle. Ho was united in mar
rHge In 1807. at Abingdon, Virginia,
to .Miss N C. 1 Jerry, who 6urlres
him I'roir this union there were
3een chlldien, Tour or whom survive.
Mrs v M. Wicker, of Shawnee, OU
lalmma, Mrs I.eon Uethell nnd O II.
and ltohert .1 Ward. In 1SCD .Mr
Ward came to Hunt county wliero
he has since rrslded. Ho served the
county mail) joars In various public
positions, being several times elecloo
county surveyor, treasurer and tax
assessor. In which positions ho serv
ed faithfully and efficiently. He was
for many )ears a number of Wesley
church, served fiom tinio Imineinorial
on Its official board, and was over re
gard -il as ono or the most devout, faith
ful and consistent christians whoso
life eor b'essed tills community He
was an Odd IVIlow nnd a member of
l'red Kndc Iidgo of 'this place.
The wiiter has enjoyed an Intimate
pergonal association with W S. Ward
for over a quarter of a century and
he never knew a bolter man. Above
all he was as near the perfect typo
of christian gentleman us It Is given
fiall mortal trm to bo. Of him 110110
spako ovil. He was kind and consld
erato and as tender and gentlo aj
a woman, yet knew no fear. Ho loved
his church with a steadfast devotion
and was loyal and faithful over. In
Jits dally walk he exemplified the
Christ life In that he measured up to
the highest Ideals or christian char
acter. Ho was a dependable man in
all the lelallons of lire. When nny
Issue aroso affwtlng the moral wcl
fare or tho community or tho country
there was no question ns in his posi
lion. Ho was ever aligned with thoo
who cmloaior to suppress evil, pre
vent wrong, and uphold justice. Ho
was a boieno tnnu, alwa)s maintain
lug equipoise amid the stress and
slorm or life. He was mindful or the
poor and thoso who wnlked in Hie
shadows had in him a Mend. He
was a iposI userul citizen, and now
that he has gone to his reward, he
will bo sadly missed and mourned
not only by his devoted wife anil chil
ilren, whom he loved so tonderly, bill
by tho members ot his church, and by
friends Innumerable Tho world has
been made belter by v. 3. Ward hav
lug lived, loved and labored In It, ami
thoso who knew liln best will most
deeply grieve now that ho Is Willi
them no more.
Arrangements had not been made
for tlmo of. tho funeral last night,
hut the burial will bo In tho Mac
THE BALL TEAM HOME.
Was Given a RecePtlon on Arrival
and Dance Last Night.
The (Ircenvlllc base ball team nr
ilvrd from Wichita Palls joftterriny
on tho noon Cotlou Holt train, and
were met nt the depot by n crowd ot
(Itlzcns with (Upson's band. On their'
appearance the band pb)cd "A Hot
Time In the Old Town Tonight."
A procession was formed with tho
band leading nnd noxt a cab. Willi
the words "Champions of Aninlcut'
Uaso Uall of Texas."
The team pla)ed eight games Willi
Wichita Tails lesnlllug In four ganvi
fui tho UicenWilo team, three for lbs
Irish Laddies and una draw, which
gives the Oreenvllle team the Auia
U-iir Championship of Texas.
An effort was made )esterday lo
t-ccuro a game wllh the San Anionic
league team bin the league uwnageiH
ionised to nllow the team to stop olt
Last night the (earn was gen n
dauco mid luncheon at tho UlUs
looms which Is ievorted as a delight
There will bo an effort made toda)
to get some games with sotr South
Texus teams, Taylor and others
TOADJOURN NEXT MOW
THAT IS TEXT OF RESOLUTION
SUBMITTED BY WATSON. '
PLATFORM DEMAND IS IN MOST
EXCEEDING BAD TASTE.
instruct All Future state Convention!
Not to Interfere With the Lea.
Adopted Resolution of Sympathy to
O. B. Colquitt on Death
NOT A SIGN OF AN UNFAVORABLE
Increased Feellnu of Confidence Late
Report Says Everything is
New York, Aug, JI. Mayor Oay
lior's chance of recovery from the bul
let wound which he iccelved on Tues
day morning woro Increased consider
ably this morning wllh tho completion
of another excellent night's rest, un
accompanied by an unfavorable de
velopment An encouraging bulletin
come from St. Mary's hospital, Hobok
cn, at day break. It was as follows.
"Mayor (laynor had another good
Thore Is not 'the sign of an
Austin, Tcxns, Aug. 11. Tvvent)
three senators were present this
morning when thu senate met. Sen
ator Watson introduced a concurrent
icsolutioii providing for the slno die
adjournment of Ihe pieseut session
ot tho legislature on next Monday
August 15. This resolution was in
spired by the action ot tlio State
Democratic convention advising oi
lecommendlng to tho leglslatuio the
passing ot the liisurnncu law and or
Tho resolution quotes Iho nlntn
plank In the Doinocratlc platform and
also action taken thereon nnd con
cludes; "Therefoie; Do It resolved by thy
thlid special session or Thirty-first
leglslatuie, thu houeo of representa
tives concurring therein, that In obed
ience to tho demands of said Derco
erotic platform and tho dictates or
what wo individually believe lo be
right and pioper, that thu said spec
ial session of tho Thlrty-nist legisla
ture of Texas do stand adjourned sine
dlo nt 12 noon Monday, August 15,
Tho rosolutlon referred (o tho com
nillteo on statu affairs.
Senator I'oeler obtained the adop
tlou of a resolution or s)iup.ithy ol
the senate lo the members ot the
family of O. 11. Colqult on tho death
or ids sou, Waiter P. Colquitt, last
Senator Urachlleld withdrew his
point of order iiindo Saturday on tiu
liquor bill that tho committee report
Bhall lie on thu table one day. Thlb
point of order was tho cause ror the
postponement or 'the consideration of
these measures An understanding
has been reached among tlio senators
that thu liquor bills shall not lie call
ed up until Friday morning.
Tho ltrachllold-Hudspeth-Walsoii in
suranee bill nnd 'the Hudspeth bill to
repeal tho present lira rating braid
law cam up on tho adoption ot fav
orable majority report on first named
bill. This caused considerable debale
Terrell (McLennan) arguod In favor
ot repealing Iho present law, while
Senator Aloxaudor declared that the
present law should be amended and
perfected. After urthor debate, a
further consideration of these meas
ures was deferred until tomonow
The sonata adopted tho housu con
current resolution endorsing Now Or
leans as the proper place for holding
(he Panama Canal Imposition. Seuatui
Senter secured the final passage or
his Dallas viaduct bill, which author
izes the holding or an election lo Is
sue tho viaduct bonds, utter the
adoption or an amendment by Sena
tor Bonier, which gives commission
era' courts general power of condem
nation, as requested by thu comiuls
Burners' court of Dallas county and
tho city commissioners of Dallas
Austin, Tex., Aug.' 11. Tlio house
went up in tlio all this ii-orunig soon
alter convening ovoi thu neilon ol iho
ucuuicinllc u.iivohlltm at tinlvoslou
.oouiuiHcudliib In die lefiislaimo lliu
,-iassaso ul an Insurance bill and then
niilni; home The housu believes tli.tt
i In- eoiivenllun exceeded lt luncthiii
ii) ulteniplliig to Invade the pimliice
or tho leglslatuio and served notice
mi lutuie suite tuuvculloiis to mind
their own business, llepieseutiitlvo
Killlci and othem Introduced the fo'
lowing hut lesolutloii un the subject.
"Wheieas, Under u tepiesoiilatlve
loi in ot government, nnd accoidlug lo
the policies and cimtunw heretofoie
lollowod and adhoied to by thu Dotno-
eratlc part) in the slatu of Texas, the
iiiucllon or a stale Democratic enliven
Hon Is to declare tho rusult uf a prl-
niar) election or of precincts ami
roiinly conventions, and to announce
the principles upon which said p.uty
stands without referring to tho dill)
of an) legislatuiu at that time In
session; and 4
"Whereas. It Is thu duty or the
stale legislature to dlschiiige iho law
making function or thu slatu gov em
'Whereas, Tho lucent statu Demo
cratlc convention ai (lalvostuii, in iu
platform, under Iho last clausu of Suc
tion !l usi'il tho following language,
to-wlt: 'And wo recommend that the
riiliiy-llisl legislaliue, now iu spei-lnl
Mission, dlsjioso ot tho lire luting
board law, adjourn and go home.'
"Now thorcfoiu, bo It"
"Resolved, That said olauao of said
section ot said platform Is Iu had
taste, uncalled for, not rosponslvo lo
any demands made by a majority of
iho people, and that said stnlo con
tontlon, In adopting said lesolutlon,
attempted lo Invado the province oi
Ih" thlid called session of the Tlility
"And be It limber '
"Resolved, That In tho fntiiro stale
Ueinociatle conventions will do woll to
intend to their own buiilnuss or ills
'barging thu ruuctlouu .which lliev
weru created to discharge without, at-
(tempting to dictate to any legislature
nt that time iu session what linn ol
conduct said leglslatuio shall pursue. '
(Signed) llopiesent.itlves Hamilton
of MiCulloch, Wllbuin, Hamilton ol
Childress, Puller. Hiimphie), Ander
Mn, Heed), Ilalllngee, llrauch. Porter,
Pant, Catchey, llanelt."
Tho reading or tho lesnlutlnii pro
volvod conslderablo applause and pre
clplluted n discussion that was not
concluded when the hour for the etui
tdderatlim or resolutions expired, aud
It went over until tomoriow
lly motion thu compromise Insur
ance bill was made :i special ordor for
consideration at i o'dock tomorrow.
House bill No. ly, regulating the
shipments of liquor into a local up
tlou locnllt), requiring oxpress com
panics to keep a public list or persons
to whom shipments are made mill in
lulling then- lo deliver packages to
consignees Iu person wa placed be
run- befoio the housu on Its second
During tho morning the following
hills wuro Introduced;
(Continued ou Third Pago)
K The i u,u. v "
T H...MWI B S.
Rexall stor.. Candv. ?!
unfavorable symptom this morning.'
Tlio passing of tho night without
any trouble brought an Increased feel
ing of hopu and confidence to tho com.
pany of watchers at 'Iho bedside. The
physicians believe that they have their
patient fairly on the road to recovery
They still heBltate about expressing
too great confidence and say tho may
or is not yet out of danger.
11 i ii
- 8eo NU the Wood Mm.
P. n. Nix still sells cord, healer,
stovevvood and coal. Stovewood 12.50
per rick, healer 2 60, cord wood 13.50
per cord on contract. New phono 311
West Side of Square , IJn. TT ; ,
? I Undinv JnhiiKnnV rtnnb- or,... i.
) luteiruiB every uay, iaie, new JiOp-
Mi2-0I'52JttJWHCX', i5(-2-C'nOM I u,ai' booIt of Action.
Retirement of Bonds.
Austin, Aug. 11. Senator Ward to
day called up the senate hill whlcu
had passed 'the house, providing for
the irllrcment of state bonds, an.l
moved that the senate concur In the
Aftor some dlscusslou tho motion
prevailed that a free conferontu com
inlttee bo appointed on tho bill. Sen
ators Word, Urachlleld, Senter, Mur
ray and Weinert weio appointed.
Senator Terrell of Howie Introdu-j-ed
a bill appropriating 1200 to pay
the salary of thi clerk of tho tax
The committee report providing for
the reorganization of tho Seventieth
Judicial district was adopted.
The bill of lading bill camo up nnd
Senator Cofcr had begun an oxplana
Hon of tho inoasuro when, on irotlon
of Senator Hudspeth, the Benato ad
Journed until tomorrow morning at 10
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x any iaras :i-
Seo our Tally Cards before ?
you buy for your noxt party,
Tho nowost upto-dato to ho X
f had. Seo our window.
FEDERAL LADOR LODQC.
Organized Last Night
A Federal Ijihor Uidgo was organ
irxl last night In tho llooiter rluh
looms by T. M. Koibovv, organler
I'ho following officers were elected
J. J. Stamps, president; Felix Mooic
vlco preshlent; Henry lleudoll, secie
Inry-treasiner; I. M. Pitts, tecordlng
secre'lnry; T. V. M)ers, guldo, t! O
Moore, guard. Trustees II T Hush),
John H Krlrksnn, .1. V Show.
Tlio lodge stmts nut wllh iwout)
one lui'iiibiiis. The next nieotlug will
he In Painters Unit at S o'clock nexi
ADOPTED THE ClUDilT
DECLARED MOST IMPORTANT
STEP TAKEN TOR MANY YEARS
.VINUin Mcllsh Elected Grand Com-
inander Denver Agreed on for
ChlriiKo, Aug 11. The uiianlinuiis
rusoliillou adopted heiu yesteuhiy es
Inbllshlng a concordat between
iviilghls Teinplais' govuriilug bodies,
is hh lil by Masons tu bo the noil lui
porlanl step taken by thu conclave for
mail) )eaiB. Tho coucoidat estnbllsli
os 'amlciililu loIiVllous buivveeii the
Knights ol lOnglnud, Irolaud, Scotland,
Camilla mid thu United States, and Ih
an event which has been crystnllzln
lur many jenrs. Its coiisiiiiimallou Is
S'lld to bo the chief object tor whlcL
tho earl or Huston, pro-giimd innstui
or Pngland and Wales v lulled tho
Ihlrty-llist triennial conclavu.
All the templars of tho world aro
affiliated with tho governing bodies
ot one or other or the nations, and
loda)'s legislation practically cousin
idates then'' Into a cohestvo whole.
Ihnlnent Sir William Mulish or Clu
elnuutl wns today . re-elected giund
comiuaiidor or the Kiilghli, Templar
The conimllleo lo which wns Iu
trusted Iho duty of locommeiidlng tho
clt) for Iho next triennial uincl.ivu
Ugieed on Denver.
'IhniisniidH or visiting UiilghtH uu
olheis spent today about the city at
the paths ami iiuiiihuiiiuuI places
Othuis visited tho stiick)iuds mid
hundreds enjoyed boat tilps un Lal.u
Captain Juiues II (lovveu, II II. In
giam and James 3. Young, Jr., officers
of Iho United Slnles nury, who uctoi'
an Judges In the ill Ills, lato today an
nouiiri'd the following semes:
Ilaper cuniuiundery No. 1, Indlaiiap
oils, poireiilago ii'i'i, winning first
Haiiselniaii No. Hi, Cincinnati, 87.3.
Oriental No. ,11, Kansas City, 87.1!,
Detroit comiunudery No. 1, which
gnvo mi exhibition dllll was given hon
orary mention Tho Ural prize Is a
sllvr libation fountain and cups, 1:
iillver loving nip Iho second ami a
rontorpleco and cnuilelnbr.i the third
Palace of Sweets
THC DEST PLACE IN TOWN,
nvorylhlng now nnd up-to-date.
Finu Homo Mado Caudles
rrcsh every day. Cold drinks
and Ico Cioaui, Our Ice Cream
is (undo from nbBolutoly pure
ireah sweet croarn.
,? Ford & Pennington J I
WILL OPEN HER
SEPTEMBER THE FIRST.
Uoglnners a Spoclalty. Enroll
uarly and coicploto honors. Your
putronngo respoctfully solicited.
TRCSH SALT MACKEREL,
For a ChanflaiTry Sumo 4
HOPKINS COUNTY DOOLEYS
J- WE HAVE .THEM
(llasses corroctly fitted to tlio eye.
Idiiscs ground and mado while jou
vvult-Dr. M. Ueskow, Optician,
IT'S SOMEWHAT JARFIINO.
to find that after you havu completed
building that thu lumber, used Is of
poor quality and proUlily not sea
soned at that
Avoid taking any such chances b;
patronizing this yard, mid you can
rest assured that you -will xvl just
"what you order.
,(( KMA.BAP.SUN LUMUEfi CO-E
ive Sbift Idels
Some of the now full skirt have nrrlvod and thoy aro un
usually attractive. They como In the handsome voile, chiffon.
Panama, ote In the hlaok, rich blue and blown.
Theso skirts are all made In the uevvoia mannor for fall,
and tho inntnrinls nro tho very latest Some of the ollos or
beniitlliilly brulilcd 111 ovoniklrt crfroi. othera with iho alltchod
plait, the lienMor uool ore cut Iu fancy wnya, some trimmed
with Iho buttons, braid, ole These are the nt perfect fitting
si)les and wo Know thoy will plcnsu you, prices
$3.50 to $8.50
Fall Ginghams for School Dresses.
This lino of full ginghams are unusually nltracllvo. Noth
ing makes inoio dcshnble school drosses than ttlugham and
thu variety of tieti psttcrtis wu show ivlll ploaso you. We
havo Iho stripe, ruadlnm nnd largo pliids, check nnd solid
shades, In tho rich Maes, gray, tan, brown, pink, green, and
Hie irony rancy mixed similes' Those ginghams trlmmod In
that now cotton embroidery edging will msko any school child
a pietty diess, prlcos
10c and 12 1-2c.
Cotiou trliumJnft. In tlie vvliito with tho many different
colored edges, six ynrdB to holt, at lte.
Come In and iralo turn- selection or 'this goods -vvhllo our
slock Is so iinnplele.
m fa I f i ' Pi J Bj.y. raCe&ajg aM up
ww'c XaBHti-o iiS' JsQj&'ia. IflJlLrlUlsVnb
THIS IS THC SEASON WHEN IT IS A LUXURY TO
COOK WITH OAS
Creerraile Gas Go,
FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY
'I'd eveiy person lur) lug a pall or Shoes at the Fred Mercer
Shoo Stor- will n-i'i-ite a piiniiuiii worth CO cents I'ltKIO
Como and see Shoes lit jnui uu pi Ice
Mercer Shoe Co.
HOME OF COOD SHOES.
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Regular Dinner From 12 to 2 p. m.
SHORT ORDERS TO PLUA3E AT ALL HOUR3.
SUNDAY YOU WILL DE SERVED WITH ICE CREAM
Yours to I'lonsn
lames L. Beckham
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Just Received a Barrel of
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New Crop Seeded
Ribbon Cane Syrup
Moore & Jones
Old Phono 140 New Phone 140
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