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GREENVILLE. TEXAS SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 13, 1910
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THAT TIME HAS NOW COME FOR WHICH
WISE SHOPPERS HAVE BEEN WAITING. Wli
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 SORE. YOU MAY REST ASSURED WHEN
YOU BUY GOODS FROM OUR ESTABLISHMENT
THAT WHATEVER THE PRICE MAY BE THE
QUALITY IS GOOD.
HOUSE ACCEPTS VIVA VOCE COM
Speaker Calls Attention to Faet That
Only Five More Working Days
Doolcy Sweet Potatoes.
Veal, Brookfield Butter
J. O. Hayfer & Son,
Austin, Aug. 12 Tho house toon up
for consideration tho now Insurance
bill us leported froru tho eonmilttei
toda. On notion of Terrell ot lle
nr pending bnalncs was (postponed
ami the measure was read to Xhe mem
Speaker Marshall reminded the
Howie that tiMlny was one of live
working dajs li-rt or this special sn
Hills were Introduced providing foi
a cointrlsslon form of guv eminent for
San Antonhi and for amending the
chatter of Denlson.
A flee eoiiferenco committee vva
appointed to confer with the Senate
comiullteo on tho bljl prohlhltltiK icov
ing plumes of prize lights.
The Denlson charter hill as Intro
duced in the House today amends the
present charter of that city so that It
t-ball heieafter be provided In sal.l
act that all officer), heads of depart'
ments and cmplujcs, ot the City ol
Denlson, other than tho City Council
shall ho elected and romoed by said
City Council upon a majority votu
IN THE SENATE.
Pros Attempt to Turn Steam Roller
Austin, Aug. 12. Tho pros In the
senate attempted to turn tho stoma
roller nslde this morning and save
the "ten mile law." Scnntor Cofer
and other pio senators offered a rcso
lutlou denxindlng that Judiciary com
inllteo No 2, which justoulay post
poned consideration of tho bill to
August IS repmt it at once for action
Cofer vlgoinusls ussilled the method"
of the antis in killing the measure
The gallery was ciovvded with ladles
EVIDENCE IN GORE PROBE.
J. F. McMurray Was to Receive $4,
500,000 In all From Indians.
Sulphur. Okla , Aug. 12. That ,1 V
.McMurray, In his contractu with the
Indians, by which In tho Rale ot their
lands ho was to tecelvo not only $'!.
000,000 us atlorucvs fees, but nUi
hail agreements calling for fl.riOO.OOn
In other fees, was testified by tlcorg.i
Scott, before tho special cougris'slou
nl committee today Scott arteil at
nn ngent or McMurray.
Scott vvns regarded ns on of the
most Important witnesses In (he lu
vostlgatlon growing nut of Seuato
Horn's charges that he had broil or
'prod a bribe to pioti'olu the approval
of the contracts In congress If al1
(ho contracts Mc.Munay held with la
illaug were successfully executed.
Scott testified, McMurray would so
euro almost ;5,U,OU0 lu Tees ft.r tin
i.ales on a ten per cent basis ot sec
egatlon coal and asphalt lauds val
nod at $20,000,000. These lauds. Sen
ntor (lore con tends, could bo sold hi
the government without the cmplo
input of n paid attorney
Nffll ISJ1C WELL
NEW YORK EXECUTIVE IN GOOD
SPIRITS AND IMPROVING.
Was Allowed to See Several Mem
bers of His Official
SAYS IT IS ABSURD.
SENATOR C. C. STOKES DEAD.
Wo'ro up on dressing "Young
Wo'vo Cloth's ror Hojs of all ageb
Illg Hoys, I.lttlo Hojs, Strenuous
Hoys, Good Dojs, Uad Uoja and
every other typo of lJoy.
Wash Suits lu all ages.
Sturdy School Suits, built for busl
ness as well as for good looks, all
Wo sell tho Clothes and dress tho
lioy as he should bo diesied.
TblB weok wo hnvu put on sale our
entire lino of Hoys' Suits at ONE
THIRD OFF THE REGULAR PRICE..
All Boss' Wash Suits Included
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Are Yet Galore at Our Store
ALL LOW CUT SHOES ARE MOVING RAPIDLY UNDER
THE GREAT PRE8SURE 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.
' West Side of Square
You can got your harness or sad
tile repaired, washed aud oiled al
JKo43K lMn- Hard store
State Senate Is Shocked at Announce
merit of His Death.
Austin, Texas, Aug. 12. The an
nouncement of the death ot Senate
C. C. Stokes, which occurred In a
tanltarium lu San Antonio at au eai
ly hour this morning was rocelml
here today. Appropriate action was
taken in both houses and the desk of
tho deceased was draped.
Senator Stokes was but 3C yeais of
ago ,bul had been a conspicuous ilg
uie lu tho political life or tho stale
He icpiesenLcil Houston county In
the "Slli aud 20th legislature aud h.ia
been a member of the ucnate for slv
Ho was allied with tho os In the
light for Uijuor legislation and Mill
ing tho p.csiut session has been pair.
ed on (he question with Senator
Senator Slokcb took ill with hralu
feu'r a few days after tho special ses
sion was convened and was at tho
buniu of Mrs. C. lllllyer, his mother
In law in this count) until a few days
ago, when he "was removed to San
MAY LEAVE FORT WORTH.
Farmers Union Headquarters Might
Possibly Return to Greenville.
Port Worth, Tex, Aug. 12. It war.
announced heio today that the Texas
ParmcrH union will remove its head
quartern from this' city within the
iiu.U month because the local board
of trade lefuses to pay fur the rental
of tho headquarters of the officers
as has been 'tho custom heretofore.
Offors have been received from Dal
las, (Irceuvllle and Terrell aud the
offices will bu returned to one ot
these three cities,
FLIGHT rWAS A SENSATION.
American Aviator Ascends to Altitude
of 6,750 Sails Twelve Miles.
Lanark, Scotland, Aug. 12 It Is of
ficially announced hero today that J
Armstrong Uioxel, American aviator,
last night attained tho world's ultl
tudo record by rlslug G760 feet
Drexel's Might was tho sensation of
tho aviation meeting. Ascending at 7
o'clock lu tho evening, ho shot up in
to a hank of clouds and disappeared
from tho gaze ot an anxious crowd
Ho lauded about two hours later near
a farm houee, twelve miles from Lanark
LOSES LIMB IN ACCIDENT,
M, L. Dllley Injured When Steel Tank
Exploded at Dallas,
Dallas, Tex , Aug. 12. As the re
sult ol an explosion of a steal tank
which Is used for making carbonate!
water, 1!. U Dllley ,a flieinan em
ployed al the plant of the Liquid Car
bonic company, lost his left lower
llrnb from tho knee down this mon.
lug and was alto s lightly Injured
about the head from u piece of the
tank striking him. The accident oo
rurrod about ij:30 o'clock Dilloy wat.
Immediately placed in an automobile
and hutrfed to the Uaptlirt Sanitarium
where Dr. Rlbert Duulap amputated
the limb Just above tho knee.
LONG CHASE M ENDED
JOSEPH WENDLING6 REACHES
Alma Kellner's Alleged Slayer Will
Face Trial Very Soon Contln-
uances are Expected.
Jjujlsvlllji. ICy., Aug. '12 Josepl
Wendllng, who was ariesled lu San
Pianclsco on the charge of muiUerlii(.
Alum Kollner, unlmt lu Umlsvlllu
at S:25 o'clock this morning and was
dulckly tnken to the city J.ill. There
was uo donionstintion.
It has not jet been announce 1
when Wenllling will bo presented In
tho police eouit. in nil probnbllih
there will be one or two loiillnunncos
grunted hereto :i Inuring can bo gl
en, and bo will likely bu held to aim
wei to tho criminal court, lln h.-w
already been Indicted by the grand
jury on a charge of murder.
The return of Wendllng to 1-oul.
vlllo n:iks tho end ot probably tin
longest chase in clolectho history. Tim
loturn trip Horn Sail Francisco to
Louisville, stietches the real hunt ot
about 11,000 miles to u total or oei
Not until .May 30, lliu day tho nmtl
Uli'd body or Alma Itcllner
found hi tlie cellar beneath St. John's
parochial school, wis Wendllng con
nected with the disappearance of the
child. It waB bollou'd that the dill'
hail been kidnapped
Four months previous to tho dls
covery of tho body, Wendllng lefi
1-oulsvllle quietly, not even letting his
wife know ho was going nway When
bloody clothing was found In Wend
ling's loom bo was chaiged with Hie
nwirder and the wheels of coiitlnu
ous seurch for Wendllng were set In
Now Yoik, Aug. I3,I:iics8iiih o
oncouragt'iucnl on the part of nil the
wntehers by Major (l.i)iiur's bedside
ushered In the fourth day of Ida light
for terovciy. Tho following bulletin
"Major (lajnor pasted a o:y good
night Ho slept seven hours, lie wns
comfoilnblu this moinlng mid Is In
excellent genial condition. Ills torn
perature Is 100, pulse l.ilo 0, tesplri
tiuu If. (signed) Win. J. Aillts. M
I)., (.'has M Dowd."
Tlieio is oery Indication todnj
that uo immediate y Deration on the
patient is Intended. Meanwhile Ma J
or (In J nor is allowed sdmowli.it inoie
li-'uMoin than josterdaj In reeolw
vlsitms ConunlsHlouer Thmrpsou of
iho ilcpauiiieul wuler supply, gas and
ductrlclty, was the llrst meiuber ol
his official family with thu uMuptluu
of Secretary Adnmt-ou and Acting
Mnyur Mitchell to he allowed acoess
to tho iiMjor's sick room.
MISS WARDLAW DIES.
SCHOOL TRUSTEES OU8TED.
Recall Is Worked In Dallas for First
Time In Texas.
Dallas, Tex, Aug. 12. Returns Troiii
the llrst recall election held lu III
las and Texas show 'that tho lerall
wna overwhelmingly successful and
John C. .Mann and John W. OeoigD,
tho two school boaid trustees ugalnsl
whom the light w.ih directed, havo
been ousted from ortleo. Tlij total
voto cast was only about onu-foui'.li
of that cast lu tho recent Democratic
primary, about 3,500 ballots being rn
eelu'd, but out of this number John
MeCraw and J. D. (,'arior, tho two
candidates suiijiorled by the recnllers
received u majority or about. 500.
The movement, for recall Blurted
when I'rof. Joseph Morgan, principal
or the Dallas High School, and It I),
'i'oiukes, a teacher under hlii were
not re-pinployod when the uppolul.
meiit of teachers was nwido lu Juii"
loth woro irfipular and a mass meet
lug of ctllzi'iis was held lu their favor
This meeting sent n demand lo the
school board that the two teachers be
given a hearing before tho board, to
learn tho charges mid reasons wb
they woro not retained This was
denied and thu recall mov inoril was
FOR THE FAIR.
All Stores Will Close at Noon on the
Tho directors of the Fair Associa
tion respectfully request all cltlrer.s
(o assist us In advertising the Fair
which begins next Wednesday, Au.
17th, und to decorate their homes
streets ami places ot business with
bunting, Hags, etc. Also request tint
all stores und places ot business be
closed at noon on the llrst day go
that everybody may attend the fair
and ussist In making It the boat day
of tho fair This Is a Hunt county In
olltutlon Intended for tho mutual bene
fit of all and the management feel
that they should havo the assistance
of every one A 8. MQOUIS,
II. T WKATHKHS. I'res
Starves Herself to Death to Escape
Newark, N. J, Aug. 12 Miss Vir
ginia Wnrdlaw, one of the mjstcrlous
sisters under Indictment for tho irtr
dor of Mis Ocey Snead, the tt.iHt Ol
lingo both tub victim, died In the
house of detention here this alteuioou
Her death was duo In tho opinion of
tho phjBlelans, 'to stnivutlon. The
fate ot the aged woman In this te
sped paralleled that of her nlleged
lctlui, for dortuix who evamlued Ocej
Suead bofoio her death said her all
ments wuio all due to lark of nour
ishment. In (lie opinion or Jail atteuduuU,
MIbh Wnrdlaw dellbeiately starves
herself to death. In thu cell she u:
cuplcd was round a qunutltj of stale
food which the prisoner had conceal
d'ath will hate on the fute of lu r sis
What effect. Vligluln Wardlaw's
tor Is still to bu determined.
VETERANS DOYCOTT RAILROAD.
Five Hu-idred Members Will Not At
tend National Encampment.
ioulsvllle, Ky , Aug 12, PUe him
died veterans of the (Iraud Army ol
tho Republic have declared a boycott
against railroads for allcgrd discriin
illation in charging veterans oxces
sivo exclusion rales to thu annual
national encampment of the (Iraud
Army or thu Republic to bu held ui
Atlantic City uuxl month and, as n
lusult, this state, ror the llrst tlmr,
Is not to bu represented at lliu n
uiiluu. Tho Wornana' Heller Corps and lbs
Daughters or Veterans liaM) aniiimiiJ
eil their Intention or Joining lu thu
Canned at Dallas.
Now York, Aug. 12. Thu United
States fucking Company, today pell
tinned tor one thousand cans offm
en eggs The product was coiidemi
ed by the Perietal uuthoiltles which
piodiiiC was seled roecnlly at I lie
plant ot the King County Hullulng
company Tho petition nsserts elgh.
bundled of thusu cans were or th-i
product made up at Dallas, Texas,
and only onii can was uxainluud
Bco our Tally Cards before J
you buy for your next party, &
Tbo nowoBt up to date to bo f
had. See our window. T
Englishman Did Not Try to Get Trans
New York, Aug 12 -I'erclval Par
qualmr, who was pronilnotly connect
ed with the so culled Pearson syndl
entu whoso stockholders lu soxcnil
tnllroids wete Inkeu oer hj a Now
York banking Institution recently to
prmviil further collapse on (he stool
ONchnugu denied today that any sju
dlenle existed. Fatiptuhnr, who nr
tlNod f i oin Faiglaud on tbo l.idslinul.i,
"Mctribors or tbo socnllod sjmll
cnluwcio 8itnplj ImlUlduals who had
slock in their own Hues nud various
other iiiltroad properlles. it maj be
a culnrldonro that thoso iiropettle
rormed u inoie or less direct lino u
.'onneclloii between lliu All.intlc nun
Pacific coasts, bin that there was nn
eoiuerted iietlim to obtain eonliol ot
a transcontinental chain ot rallioad;
hj a hod) or lhiKlisliin"u is slmplj al:
The Last You Will Get at
JOY RIDE-ENDS IN DEATH
STRUCK AN ODSTRUCTION AND
MACHINE TURNED OVER.
One Man Killed and Four Seriouslj
Injured In Accident in New
Now Yuik, Aug. 12. A CU-horbopow
or automobile which wits lroklug but
lor than 10 miles an hour on u mid
night Joy llile, nctuss Stateu Island,
early today, lilt nn ohsliuctluii in the
Mucadam at a cioss load near the
little suIjiiiImu town of New Ilrlgli
(on and turned up side down. Of the
IHo lMBsongers, all men, one w:i
killed uuulght, two woro fatally In
Juied and two leeched loss bciIousIj
Units Tho dead man who was dry
ing the cai wax identilled as John
l.aug, an lusuiauco biokor lUIn;'. near
li). Ills follow jiasseiigeis, ncruidllig
(u the polite, welu fileuils whoni lie
bad lnlted lo u speed trial bj u'ooii
llglit Two or diem tecehed riiictur
es of tho skull und liitoiual lujuilex
fioin which thej will die
PRESIDENT HAS DUSY DAY.
Talks or captuilng Tcnneaiee tor Rti
Publlca.is; Then Plas Golf.
Ihnurl), Mass., Aug 12 A call
from Senator Aldilch of Illiodu Island
uml Iho lajlug or plans lo cnpluie
Teliuesseo Tor tho Uupuhlloans Ihb,
rail, and fintlier cousiiUutliuis on a'i
eaily lustallalloii or Iho model postf.l
srnlugs banks pionilneil a liusy time
ror i'lesldenl Tutl today Thu i.hlef
oxccutlvo plajed golf as usual.
See Nix tilt. Wood Man.
F 11. Nix still sella cord, bonier,
slovowood nlul coal, Stovowood $2.60
per rick, heater J2 00, cord wood $.'l.nO
pur curd on contract. Now phono 311
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We liae n few rich styles In
fjiiliott' Potlun Coat Suits and Lin
eile and Cotton Ono-Plece Dress
on which no want to close out
mm, and In order to mako a clean
nNcep nt them wo rondo prices
Unit pory woman will recOKuUu
nn Hie lowest over made on such
liiniieuii Iti-mcmber wo have
nui) orin or two ot a kind and
haidh any two the same shade,
Mill (here are soir-o hi white, blue,
lineridei, brown, etc, and are all
w II made Knrments, bin begln-tung--
Saturday, the 13th
You get them at u fraction or their truo worth. Tho regular
prices lu Co it gulls and theo one piece drosses woro from
:if.O to $12.50, now they are going from
$1 to $3
Y"" m,,l C0I onrly ns Iho suiiply la limited and thoy
will go fast al thoso unheard of low pi Ices.
This Is part of our new fall Hue wo are showing and richer
or pieltlei patterns cannot be round, They como In tho plaid,
check, etrlpu and the fancy mixed stilpo, etc., lu all tho best
shades of blue, rose, green, tau, brown, gray, lavender, otc
as well ns the pretty solid sIuuIch. sort Sorvlceabio itNileriaTi.
(hat will wash to jour entire Millsraitlon and hold their good
color, nl jut j.ud--
10c to I2i
Palace of Sweets
THE DEBT PLACE IN TOVN.
Hvorythlng now nnd up to
date Fine Houo Mndo Candles
fresh every day. Cold drinks
and Ico Cream. Our Ico Cream
Is muilo from absolutely pure
fresh Bweet cream.
Ford & Pennington f
WILL OPEN HER
8EPTEMUER THE FIRST,
lloglnnnrs a Specialty. Enroll
early and compete for honors Your
putronuge respectfully solicited.
FRESH 8ALT MACKEREL,
For iv Chivni;osTry Soma ?
HOPKINS COUNTY DOOLIOVS I
WE HAVE TMEM I
THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN IT 18 A LUXURY TO
COOK WITH CAS
GreeoviSie Gas Co.
FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY
To eu r pi-rwui buj lug a pilr or Hhoo at Iho Kred Morcor
Shoo Mloie will ifinlvc a prmiiiiiui worth M cents I'ltKi:.
Cony and see Hhocs at 3 ixir own price
ercer Shoe Co.
HOME OF GOOD SHOES.
J Regular Dinner From J 2 to 2 p. m.
'$ SHORT ORDERS TO PLLABE AT ALL HOUR8. 1
i tlUNDAY YOU VILL DE SERVED WITH ICE CREAM
X WITH DINNER. 4
Yours to I'Jense Y
James L. Beckham f
Jusr Received a Barrel of
To the person that bought a HlDfcer
Machine No 1.080,02S. Number Is
under bobbin winder. Kssy money,
flee it your machine Is that number.
Call or write Hluger Sewing Machine
Co. Greenville, Texas.
ZOd II. RUYIJS, Mgr.
Get your barnens repaired at J, It.
IT'O SOMEWHAT JARRIHQ
to Hod that after you have completed
building that the lumber used Is ot
poor quality and probably not sou
sorted ut that. .
Avoid taklu any such chances by
patronizing this yard, and you caa
rust assured that you will get Just
what you order.
y i j-a
New Crop Seeded
Ribbon Cane Syrup
noore & Jones
i Old Phone 140 New Phone 140
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