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GREENVILLE. TEXAS SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST M, 1910
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ed Prices to
THAT TIME HAS NOW COMC FOR WHICH
WISE SHOPPERS HAVE BEEN WAITING. Wb'
HAVE DWINDLED PnlCE3 SO THAT WHAT
REMAINS OF OUR SUMMER STOCK WILL IN
A SHOUT WHILE DWINDLE TO NOTHINGNESS.
IT IS OUR PLAN NOT TO CARRY GOODS J-ROM
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 DUY GOODS FROM OUR ESTABLISHMENT
THAT WHATEVER THE PRICE MAY BE THE
QUALITY IS GOOD.
Doolcy Sweet Potatoes.
Veal, Brookfield Butter
J. O. Hayfer & Son,
Ve'ro up on dressing "Youiik
Wo'o Clothts for Uojs of all ugea
lilg Hoys, I.ltllo lios, Strenuous
l!us. Good Uos, Dad Uojs and
eery oilier tjp ot lloy.
Wash Suits In all ages.
Sturdy School Suits, built for busi
ness as well' as for good loolia, all
Wo sell the Clotlios aud dross llio
lloy as lie sliould bo dieased
Tills week wo huu put ou s.ilo our
entire. lino ot llos' Suits at ONE
THIRD OFF THE REGULAR PRICE.
All Hoys' WusU Suits Included
A CUTTING SCRAPE.
A. D. PUCKETTE AND A. L. WIL
LIAMS SHOT AND KILLED.
Party of Dallas Mllltla on Katy Train
When Double Killing Occurred.
Arrests Made at Hlllsboro.
tlllliboro, Tex, Aur. 13. Prlintoi
A It Puckelte and A. I.. Williams or
llio Dallas hospital corps, Tew Na
tional Guiril, were shot and Instantl)
killed on llio troop train retiirnlnK
lo Dallas fiom llio l.oon Sprlnr.n en
laii-ninenl, 09 the tralu arrived at n
point iibout six mllou south of Hill''
boio, about 10 o'clock this luoinlng
1' M Kit mill, a inenibcr of Hitters
A, the Dallas Ailllloij company, with
his brothel, llert rinrin, wore taken
front the tralu at Hlllsboro, and are
now In the Hill county Jail.
Williams aud l'ucl.etto were shot
lliiougu aud thiougli, three Hhots ba
lug; been lliod, only two of which took
effect. Ouu of llio men was shot In
llio side, the bullet teailng onllrelj
thiougli the bod), while llio other was
i-hot lu the chest, aud had one ari.i
It Is said that the man who did the
shooting walked Into the cat where
llio two soldiers were seated It It
said that Williams aud l'uckelto were
singing, and ft Is uot exactly clear as
to what tho trouble cumo up about.
According to an account from other
soldiers ou the train, all tho men were
perfectly sober, and there had been no
lowdjlsm of any kind. Tho offlcotK
wish to assert positively there was no
drinking ou tho tralu.
.Iii'llro of Hie Peace C. H. Jackson
of Illllshoio, held an inquest over tin
bodl s ot l'uckelto and Williams lm
niedlitely on arilval heie, but no vei
il let has been ictutiicd al this hour
I. M Kirn in appear lu bo nothing
more tli.iu a boy.
A heay army iooler Is said lu
huo been the weapou used
ABOUT FIRMIN BROTHERS.
Sons of Judge A. E. Flrmln of Dallas
and Well Known.
Dallas, Tex., Aug 13 Phillip an.l
Hurt Flrmln, the two men mentioned
in the above dispatches, are sons o'
Judgu A. 12. riruJn of this city. When
seen IhU motnlng Judg Flrmln refus
ed lo sa an thing for publlcitlon
until lie he.ud tho particulars of tho
tiaged) ,but expressed tho opinion
Unit his sons were in the right. He
also announced Hint Judgo li. M
Yaughan of llillsburo had been io
tallied to represent his sous lu their
troubl" Judgo and Mrs. riiinlu left
tonight for Hlllsboro.
Neither ot the boys are jet twenty-
one ears of ago, Phillip not being
jut nineteen jears of age. Uotli have
been members of tho Dallas Artlllei)
company for soino tluio.
According lo thu Uty directory l'lil'
lip Is a stenographer foi C. II Vei-
kchoylu aud company and Albert il,
bottei Known as ilelt. Is n clerk Hut i
bois enjoy excellent reputations In
A Negro Boy Stabbed a White Doy In
an Altercation Last Night.
About 8 o'clock lust night nil alnrn
wns turned 111 for llio pollco depart
irout from Dast hill. On Invesllgi
lion it was found that n negto ho
named Klnchlow had Btnlibed n white
boy lu tho side with u knife Indicting
ipilto u Bovero cut. Tho white boy Is
uauied Clanccy. Tho boja had nu al
lercatlou mid lu It tho culling took
Tho police department traced the
negro to his homo aud arrested him,
Inking lilm to Jill whero ho will haw
to answer a charge of assault, llo'.h
bo)s aru about 12 or 13 years old ,The
cut wis sewed up mill Is thuiighl to be
not serious This Is another case of
prunipt action on tho part ot thu ctlj
police ilcptrtnient and shows thorn
oxer vigilant and active.
SENATE KILLS FOUR BILLS
QUART BILL MET DEFEAT BY
VOTE Or ELEVEN TO THIRTEEN
Insurance Bill Wat Finally Pasted
In the House.
TI CIO LINE
ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT THE
COURT HOUSE LAST NIGHT.
Committee Appointed t0 Canvass the
City on Monday for Contrlbu-
lions to Bonus.
! Shoe Bargains
X Are Yet Galore at Our Store
ALL LOW CUT SHOES ARC MOVING RAPIDLY UNDER
THE GREAT PRE8SURE OF THE PRICE CUTTING PLAN.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE LOW PRICES AND
8UPPLY THE CHILDREN WITH SCHOOL SHOES. THEY
WILL NEED ONE OR MORE PAIR Or SLIPPERS FOR
SCHOOL WEAR. v
CUT PRICES ON ALL SLIPPERS ONLY
? Greenville Shoe Co.
V West Side of Square
GAYNOR HAS GOOD NIGHT.
New York Mayor Is In Good SPirltc
New York, Aug. 13. Itufus Q-iynur,
sou of Mujor (la)uor, Indicated lodn
that his father does not wish to prose
culo James J. Gallagher, thu ussas
sin who shot hlui Young (luyiuir
Intimated that his father was of tho
belief that his assailant was piobublv
.Ma)or Oajor awoko today from
the most refreshing and long cnntlii.
nod night's sleep lie has hud since hu
was shot In tho neck by Gallagher
last Tuesday and with ovary indl'.a,
lion lh.it ho Is making steady progress
This word was broujnt from the
iea)or'H bedside by his sicrotnrj.
Robert Adamson, who reported that
the patient Is choerful and tai&itlvo
und Is disputing an Increased appo
tile Olio of tho hospital pliyslclaus
added tho following Information:
"Tho bullet lodged In thu tissue
and Is oaslly accessible It could ln
extracted in live minutes If nocessarv.
but tho operation Is regarded as un
necessary at present and would only
add a new channel of imjssIIIu Infec
Hnn Tim wnuml tins hcen dressed
only with chlorldo of mercury No
antiseptics havo been Introduced Into
Austin, ex, Aug 13 The scunO
this inoiuliig resumed Its task of kill
ing llijuor bills. There were twenty
live seuatois present Thu lltst ipies
tlon lo come up was the action nu
the Teirell bill knonn us tho n.u.irl
bill. Ou the motion of Senator .Meuch
iiiii the report made by tho senate
Judiciary committee No. 3, which was
adverse to tho bill, was adopted by u
vote ot 13 to 11. This killed tbo bill
Senator Mcuchum then moved thai
the sumo cotinso bo taken with the
bcnatu da) light saloon bill, hut as u
substitute on motion of Senator Uracil
Held, this bill was laid ou tho table
bubject to call
Tbo senate tun mllo bill by Sonntoi
Stuigeon and others, was next taken
up and the motion prevailed to adopt
tho mil arse majority report, and Sen
ator Sturgeon moled lo substitute the
favoiablu mlnurlty report for adverse
niajoilty Senator Sturgeon made a
speech on this motion.
Wlieu Seiiutoi Sturgeon had con
eluded his speech ou Ilia ten tulle bill
the benate refused to adopt the fav
orablu minority repoit, but by a vote
of 1C to 10 udoplul the advcise ma.
Juilty leport .which killed the bill
'Iho HCiiato bill to amend tho Tei
lell election law bo as lo provide tlmi
tho majority Instead or plurality slinll
bo necessary to elect u candldalu for
office was then killed by tho adoption
of thu ndvei.su majority report of torn
in,lttoo on privileges aud elections bj
a vole of II lu 13.
Scuulor Coror's bill lo piohlbli the
diluklug of Intoxiculing lliiuui lu lo
cal option districts b) clubs ami
lodges was laid on tho tiblo subject
Thuio was u lUel) discussion uv
lending for nearly an hour when Iho
houso uiu this niorulng to lesumo llio
consideration ot thu insurance bill.
It developed when a buUlun of tho
bill was reached declaring that thu
extension of credit should not be con
turned as a discrimination on tho
part of llio Insurance companies 'J he
bill was finally passed h) a vole of
US to 32.
Following tbo passage of thu Insur
ance bill Speaker Marshall placed be
foro the houso the sovon o'clock clos
ing liquor bill ou Its third reading
and Dual passage. An attempt was
made to change tho closing hour to
i. 30, but IL failed, nud tho hill wax
finally passed by a voto of 70 lo 27
.Messrs. Kennedy and Uioney Intrj
duccd a new bill prohibiting the sale
of liquor In disorderly houses
A laiso ami enthusiastic crowd ah
senibled nt Iho court houso last night
ui consider llio lalnlng ot iho bouiu
or Iho sue 'l ear lino Previous to
iho meeting ltllo)'s Conierl band
pla)ed several seUcllons with theli
usual skill and beaut).
Iho meeting win lliffli oiBtnUed
with Will N Harrison us chairman,
'lalks weie made b) S A. Pi lie
II IJ i:uiis, I. A Clark, 1! W liar
rhon, W A Pi lest and olheis, each
one eainesll) advocating tho pa) lug
in ot thu bonus and securing the
stnt en lino ISvorjnno piesent
seeued lu be enthusiastic ou the sub
Jcet and llio meeting was earnest and
It was reported that something ov
it 15,000 had all e uly been paid lu
I'n ill) it was decided to appoint a
committee to solicit additional con
cilbullons and the") will bo prepaiul
to receive and lecelpt for mono)
paid on the spot. Iho eou'iultteu con
blsts ot V A Priest, C V Ooe, Hu
belt llniilsoii, T A. Smllh. W. A
Nesbltt, A N lllley, W T Dickbon,
John IJ Stuart, O 11. l'lpplu, Geo
Swlnnu), 11 1.. Wairen ,11 Gaucher,
M O Loggetl, Virgil .lohusey. John
While and John PleldH This ruinmri
lee will miko n cauvnHS all day ou
Manila) and an- expected lo meet i
Iho Booster club rooms lit S u in Mon
day In uiiip out wink.
Theio will bo another meeting a:
(ho court houso at 8:110 o'clock Mon
day night lo lecelve tho leport of the
eoniinitUK This means business and
the bonus ii'UHl ho raised Gteenvl'le
cannot afford to lose the slieet ens
PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHT
Presldcmt Compere, ot Burleson, Wns
In Tannin County.
Pionltlont Coniperp, ot Uurlesi n Col
lego, Bpeut several diys In I'annln
roiinty Inst weok In tho Interest if
tho collcgo He visited llonhau:,
lluuey Grove, lvtlj, UoIIh, Wludoin,
Uclor and Savn) Prospects foi si i
ilonts fiom llieso plnci's arc goil, nn.l
therq will bo sonio from each town
sure with others prospectively.
Mr. Conuieiu was also lu pi la ol
the counti) intkltiK up Ilurlesnn
Alius l!v. Tenipleni.in will return to
iho collego next lorm and will bring
two toilers with hor Mr t'miipere
reroluM a cud fron'i lte. I.cW Dunn
Hajlng ho had llueo pupils sure anil
two others with her ,Mi Compere
.Mr Coinpoio went in Plltsbtiri, Hi
nlghl whole ho will picach today on
Christian IMiicaHon nml with icrei
enee to llurleon lu partlculir
CALL OUT UPS
COLUMBUS, OHIO, EXCITED OVER
STREET CAR STRIKE.
ttlotl.iU Has Been Resumed -Tliltty
Two P ollccnien Opmly Defying
Older of Mayor Marshall.
Such Exceptionally .
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT
A Bgy Arrested Near Caddo M I He. and
Placed In Jail.
Constable J II Alexander has ai
tested John Summers, n buy of 1(1 anj
pi it oil him In jail lo aiiBwur tho ser
Ions chaige or ussaiilt on a child or
eloM h yeaiu, dtmghtoi of Ml and
Mis ltohblus of Iho Paradise nun
The examining trial will bo held
Greenville Stickers Far North.
A postal lecelved by Tho Herald
fiom Mrs A llolgcr dated Noith Cape,
Xoiw.iy, July 21, says. "Greallugi'
Iruin tliu far north, llio land o! tho
Midnight Sun, and beautiful ilurds.
As I shall reach Iho uiuinill of tile
cape nt midnight tu.noitow, one of
tho GioeiiUllu Iloosler Club pasters
will be slack up llioro." 'lhls Is the
nolhoiirosl point of laud of Iliopc
Operated on for Appendicitis
I.eo Hurst, of lino Oak, a iueinb.ii
of llio lliceuvllle riiiup.iny, was lakeu
with nppcndlcllls at l.eou Springs (mil
was taken to the hospital nt Toil
Sam Houston, lit Sun Antonio, and
opeialed on Thursilu) and Is getting
Columbus, Ohio, Aug 13 Iho cltj
lodu) Is piobubi) ii.oi e uxclUd than
.it liny time siueo Inu prusuiu utrIKu
oi union slid cm liiulonueu aiu
(oiidui'lois begun four weeks ago In
iiioiruw lor tho riLognltlou oi thi.
llio altitude of the thirl) two re
ular polioumau ut Uolumbus lu upunl)
defjlug thu older of -Major Mnishull
io man tho cms ot tho Coliinibiih
SHcet Railway company last night, Is
being discussed on oiery comer and,
uuicoidlng to thu announcement of
Major Mamhall earl) todn), tho Hill
I) two iiiutlueeiH will bo suspended
I.ltllo Helen Kelly, who was shot
b) an unknown peison last night, Is
lusting ens) tuda), but her wound li
bullous Mis. Kathoiluo Kelly aud
Mrs Chniles Hurl, who wetu wounJ
id In Iho h'g, will hu out within i
lay in two
Governor llain'im Is being uiged
loilay to call out Iho iroups again,
but ho his taken no action and will
uol luohabl) unless ho sees If Iho
rioting Is continued tonight aud tc
W" have a fow rich styles In
Ladles' Cotton Coat Sulla and tJn
erlr and Coltnn Ono-1'leco Dress
es ultlcli wo want to closo out
now and lu order to make a clean
sweep of them wo ruado prices
that eveiy human will rccugnlzu
as the lowost uvur mado on such
k iniu nt Homomber we bavo
onl) one or two ot a kind .and
lianlh inv two tbo bOinc shade,
Mill the re are soni lu while, blue,
laundei, brown, pic, and nri all
w II made garmputs, hut begin
You get them nl a frnnl'nn of their truo worth. Tbo regular
prli'pn In Coit Sulta nml thoso onopleco drMues wcro from
f 3 60 to $12 E0, now the) are going from
$1 to $3
You must lotno early as tho supply la limited and thoy
will go fast at those unheard of low prices.
V li (riW
'I his U pait or our new fall line wo nro showing and richer
or prettier patterns cannot ho found. They come In. the nlald,
chock, strlpo and tho f.ini y mixed stripe, ole, lu nil tho host
nhndes of blue, rose, green, tnn, brown, gray, lavender, etc
as well as the pretty will, I shados, soft Serviceable iwteriab.
Hint will wash lo jour enllii satisfaction and hold tholr good
color, nl per ).ird--
10c to I2i
See Nix the Wood Mm.
V 11 Nix mill sells cord, heater,
slovowood ami coal. Stovowood (2 SO
ier rick, hentor 2 00, cord wood t'i 51
per cord ou contract. Now phono 311
All harness repaired neatly and ml
Isfacllon guaiaiiloed nt lloyltln'n, l.er
ELITE PRESSING PARLOR
ROY GEORGE, PROP.
TWO REQUESTS FOR RECOUNT.
GlnsscH correctly lilted to tliu eyo.
lenses giouucl and mado while ou
wait Dr. Jl. Ileskow, Optlclun.
You can got jour liarnesa or sad
dlo repaired, wasliod and oiled nt
I'oykln'B Hardware Store
Tally Cards :
? Seo our Tally Cards beforu y
A you buy for your next party, &
f, Tho nowost up tu iliilu to bo
' had. Seo our window, f
Notice to Public.
During, the Hunt County I'alr,
which will bo on the 17th, 18th, 10th
and JOtli of August tho following
route has bten designated as the an
lomohlle roulo to and from, (ho fair
giound- Commencing at the public
square south on Johnson street to
Oneal street, thenco east on Oneal
ftreet to Moulton Btreet, tbence
pouth ou Moulton street to the fair
irromidB There will be a plot In
front or the fair grounds on which all
nulomoblles may bo left both day and
night. A competent and reliable man
n III tie paid by the fatr association ts
look after the cars. All autoiroblle
owners will please take notice.
Meeting of Democratic County Execu
tlve Committee Yesterday,
Tho Democratic County Kxeciltlvo
Committee met yestorday inornlm;
pursuant to call, lu the lloostur clu'j
In absence of the chairman, the sec
retary Dan Koblnson, called tho meet
lug to order and stated that ai the
chairman was absent It would bo nee
essary to elect a temporary chat man,
and It. A li Craig was chosen to
The uieetlug was called for tho pur
pose of acting upon two requests for
a recount, uuo In the case of W.'ighnn
and Nichols and tbo other of A'exur.
tier und Jennings,
Judge L A Cluk, attorney for It
I". Vaughan, asked for a re-count ot
tho voto In the race for representa
tive, place No. 2 The matter was
discussed and by u unanimous voto
It was decided to recount the vol oh
cast in thu election for this office.
11. I. Carpenter, attorney for J. II
Alexander, iiskcd for recount ot thu
otos In ronstable race In precinct Nn
3, Caddo Mills This ruiuesl was ai
bo granted unanimously
it was decided ot begin the recounts
at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning, Auk
ust 1C, and all numbers of tho com
inltlco are expected to bo prosnt a
that time. It Is thought that the re
count will take throe or four days Al
tho meeting yesterday there wore six
members In altendauie: II. I llalrd.
I No. lj lien G Duncan, No. V, I A
I.'owltn, No ; it. a. ii. uraig, ,-o i,,
S. K Dunuam. No 7. I I' liable No
Ford & Pennington J
WILL OPEN HER
SEPTEMBER THE FIRST,
BoKlnnerB a Specialty. Unroll
larly and compete for honors You
patrouago respectfully solicited.
j THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN IT 10 A LUXURY TO
COOK WITH GAS
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OLD HATS MADE GOOD AS HEW SPECIAL 1
V HoiilhweHlern 101, T Y !
.j. Home Co. '120 j-
X North uf Common Inl National X X
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Grocer ' i?
tforri nanv I
FOR FRIDAY sxnd SATURDAY
nml hiijIiiK i l"lr of Hliocs nl the I'red Mercer
will iccelvo a pieiulum worth SO cents I ui.L
HhocB at mi i own price
ercer Shoe Co.
Regular JJmner rrom z.io z. p. m. x
SHORT ORDERS TO PLtASC AT ALL HOURS.
8UNDAV YOU WILL DE SERVED WITH ICE CREAM J
WITH DINNER. 4
Yours 'o Please A
lames L. Beckham
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Just Received a Barrel of
For a ChanfloiTry Somo
HOPKINS COUNTY DOOLF.YS
WE HAVE THEM
IT'S SOMEWHAT ARRINQ
to find that after you havo completed
building that the? lumber used li of
poor quality and probably not "
sound at that.
Avoid taking any ucli chances by
patronlilnij this yard, and you can
rest assured that you will B0t Jut
what you order
I Nev Crop Seeded
I Ribbon Cane Syrup
I yioore & Jones
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old Phono 140 NewPlionel40 IJ
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8. Precincts Nos 3 and C were not
T 13. liVfiD, Mayor.
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