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GREENVILLE. TEXAS SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 27, 1910
(Ol a "1 "fl
WE HAVE ON DISPLAY IN OUR DRESS GOODS DE
PARTMENT THE Nf.WEST THINGS IN SILKS, CHINA,
TAFFETA, DOUBLE TALL EFFECT, SILK REP, TWO TONE,
ALL" SHADES, PERSIAN PLAIDS, BEAUTIFUL LINE KIMO
NA SILKS.SILK JACQUARD IN ALL COLORS, PER YARO
35c TO ' $1.50
WE HAVE ON DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW NEW RED
SEAL GINGHAM IN ALL THE NEW PATTERNS, STRIPES
AND PLAIDS FOR EARLY FALL SCHOOL DRESSES, PER
YARD 10c AND 112!fiC
Umbrellas and Parasols,
NICE ASSORTMENT OF UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS
JUST RECEIVED, $100 TO $-1.00
Just Received Shipment of Children's
Straw Hats . . 75c to $1.35
M i2 arfmru?vrtBr-- - - r h
I " '""""1
ORDER SOW1E PflCKLES
We ltne tho new pack of pickles an ilthey are tlio most
delicious pickles Imaginable crisp, juicy and or One ll.nor
Svwet or sour In bulk anil bottles Also Kraut, Mangoes anil
THIS INSURES THE IMMEDIATE
BUILDING OF THE LINE.
Material Already Ordered and on tha
Way Work Will Be
-g J- O. Hayfer & Son.
llieonilllo Is lo li.no (ho stioel
.illu.i) s) stems .nlnil that Immediate.
i 'I his was tin; plo.ishig Inronun
uun Bit ''li out lit tho Iloostcr Cluu
mat night b Mi i v. lluilsou ami
Mr lSoohnie, engineer ur tho ronl
.Ml 11a ilson stated that tho bonus
t as up, and lli.it uftoi tho settlement
ot some mlnot dllteronces between
(no city council aud .Mr Uoeliinu, uu
ullttaj Mould bo at imiu cuiHtiurted
tit lloehno declied that tho dltTc
-," teij nrobuul would ho hi'ttled
aidnj, and exiiects to li.it o .1 1 111,0
unoiint ot track laid before told
iteitliei bets In. Materials Tor toll
.liiiUlon lute alie.ld) been slilin.0,
uid tlll boon unite hole
Ihe repo.l ot the auditing commit
ice .tli II o Uarbum and 1'iof 11 o
tkC.ihi, inoiiglit out tho fact that tin
lull had luumlid out tho Hist joar 01
lib eiatonco a terj successful 12
Hii ills, the club Is on an excellent
oasis lho rupoit of the comiultlie
s irom J.inuuj 1, uud iJiomh that,
i.thoufili tho club's liabilities bojomi
a.bcts uie J17U It,, thu debt has been
leduced fioni $31S 3U on that date, al.
ouier unis also hate been met. Out
Jt .1 total amount of iflOG7 83 collect
d biuco the hist of the tcai, l,5CC8i
ias bueu dlsbuiicd
Tho comiUttee locommended,
inioiiB othei things, tho appoliitment
ji a standing auditing coiniLltteo to
eport monthly Tho selection of u
ouiiultteo foi the luiiiosoof securing
iddltlonal membets and suhbcrlptions
. as suggested, ami aftentaids rn
tilttil lu n coii.niltleo ot tlneo being
ppulnted Thej are .Messrs. it. ,M
'iiaiiiiun, c SI l'ortttood and 11. A
UaiMim. Mlth 1: v Haulbon ad'tn
'Ihe iwctlng ttaa called to older b
Vice 1'iesldent Uaty .Minutes of last
nir-etlug tveie dispensed it 1th, and tho
auditing tonimltteo lunoited.
Cliuliui.ui Leaty then spoke briellj
on tho woik and puiposo of the or
gaiilzatlon The past jear, ho said
had lesulted In tho iiccompllshnient
of bet oral good things for Urceut Ulc
us tho club, and other pluiM are in
Ifc'lit If mo make an effort to reach
ihciu. it ttns iiom time to decldo
itlicthei or not a new ic'iitnl contract
shall bo made for the rooms. Jlu Co
elaicd the meeting open to remit ks
11. SI. ("Iiapinan declared tho ineiu
ueis of the elub should got peo,lo to
Hie point whore they will ic-cogiiUo
Us efforts and Join It. Tho najnmit
i nuns 111 alliance wns latoied hi
.Major J i, Nichols thought th0
. .j.. .... , uiivh in iiuvaneu a goou
l'eople should bo invited to
Tho company agrees lo buj the mi
cliliiors anil lit tho city pas for It In
Kiting the railway stslom powei The
iilffe.cncos ailse from the length of
lltiD allowed Ihe cits let rein the
Mr lloolune, engineer for tho road
tins mile the matter would be anile 1
hi adjusted tonmiroM.. Betenlj.
IHo tons ot rails and 3C00 tlis, with
I pll.es and fastenings are now el
uiuto to Orcein lie. Ho spoke ot ttia
rlt; In high terms ,tud declared thit
Its citizens hat o lho proper spirit
'If tlrcentllle If Vspt before the out
.Mo world, I bellovo tho city will b
II coinei," ho said.
A tote of thanks tins tei.dered M'.
12 V llairlsiu and tho various coin
n Ittecs The meeting then adjourn
DEBATE ON CLAIMS BILL
BOTH HOUSES AT AUSTIN DIS
CUSS I. & G. N. AFFAIRS.
Believed Sufficient Number ot Voten
In Both Houses for Imedl.
Austin. Texas, Aug 2t lho Intel
national rallio.ul cliluis bill occupied
tho boards all dining tho morning scs
sou of both branches ot the leglslu
ture. In both houses ameudineuts
are' pending and these weio discuss
ed all 11101 nlng lho nuicudnients seek
to exempt tho bonds Issued since tha
passage of tho stock and bond law.
All Indication', nutt point to the
passage ot this hill in both branches
and the piohablo defeat ot the pond
It Is believed there is a sufficient
number of totes lu both branches lo
put tho bill lu Immediate effect.
The sub committee to con pleto lho
drafting of, the penitentiary reform
bill did not meel lids morning.
TWO SUITS FILED.
One for Damages and One for an In
junction. In tho dlstilct clerk's office scsto
das a suit was (lied of W C. IJiik
llsh, et nl, ts. J. r. .Mouds &. Co,
for an Injunction to stop the gin 1111
account of sickness at plaintiff's res
idence Also .1 It, White ts. Southwestern
'1 elephono and 1 Telegraph Co , fo'
(lanugos In tho sum ot ?2,0u0 for full.
1110 to deliver a call. Kvnns d Car
penter, attomoys in both cases
TAX ILLS COMPLETED
SHOW A rLATTbRING INCREASE
IN VALUES OVER 1909.
Hunt County In Growing In All Lines
of Properties Satisfac
torily. County Tax Assessor Under mil
als office fence completed the Int
lolls for this imu mid lho result
limit a flatted lug Incieaso In thu to
.ill tallies ot the count, thero lieliiL
m Itu-iea of ffH3,0C5Q0 oer tin
nines ot l.iat sour .Mr. Littler bo
gun on the tax lolls on Juno 10, ami
.onnlctid them sosterdns, Aug 26
ile has had .1 tuiy efficient and Com.
pelcnt force of assistants In the worn
oiislstlng of (lllherl Shlpp, (leoigt
riliuonds, It M. Ward, and .MIsb .Vary
Pollening nio tho various assessed
i.iniis 01 r?biueni owneis, ncros,
151,7110, valued at .t.3Jl,TH0
l.tnds ot nun lesldonts, B 1,022 acres,
iiilucd at fSZO.S1)1)
I. mils unreiidired, acus fi7,l"3, val
ued at $1,12,1,1520
lotul acres, B9o,95G Total tallies.
Cits aud town lots, $1,511,700
Horses and mules, 18,571, vnluo $1,.
Cattle, 13,11(1, taluo $100,150.
Jacks and jennets, 113, value $2,
t Sheep, 1,213, value $2,255
flotls, 120, value $205, '
Hogs, io.cic, t.iiun aa.sbn.
Dogs, 135, t.iluo ?i;,.!S'i
Vehicles, niilns, etc., fi.SCl, vnluo
.Meich.indlso, taluo $922,075,
.M.iteilal ninl nialiiifncturlng nrll
Mos, vnluo $(11,700
.Mnnufnrliirera tools and lunehliiety,
l.'ngliies and hollers, vnlue, $71,015
National Hank values, $')C7,OI5
Money and notes deposited. J 101..
DIED AT AMARILLO.
FIRE AT LONE OAK.
Tarmers Gin Burned Last
I.0110 Onli, Aug 27 lire Bupjued
to be ot nn iuclndhry origin ilostrn)
ed the gin of the Tannins' Oln Co
at 11 o'clock last hlght lho loss o'l
tlio gin planl will bo $15,000 and In
gur.inco JJ000 'I lie coiupmy alw
lost $1,000 worth o( bagging ami tins
mid tho seed fioni three or four Inlaa
o fcotttm. No lint cotton was lost,
Tho town Is coiisldetnbly agitated
ts this Is lho third large Am In two
ilionths, oicli of Inclmllary origin, tlio
'os fiiini tlioni will total about $50,
Mr Jack IMgo mid Sheriff Mongol
'eft at an early hour this monitor
101 Linn) ti.iK to liinsi Uiuio tin in
Mr Cdite is n stocltholdor In the com
p-niy that owned tho c'a.
The Sohool Children
I'ui nil sour eggs In our basket and
Ihes'll be b-ifi and sou'll bo safe.
Ibis la s Clothing Store with 110
disappointments In Stock.
'it there's ans thing wanting In our
" M&i's Suits, we'll mako It right.
. -If there are better Tiousers than
ou'S, we'll put up lho difference.
If there Is an) thine v-iong In any
of our outfitting, we'ro he-re to mika
Your oggs will always bo s.ifo In
our basket bank on It and trado
hero. " .. a M
FOR THE EARLY BUYER IN ALL THE NEW
STYLES FOR FALL ARE HERE FOR YOUR IN
SPECTION. THE NEW BLOCKS IN GUYER'S
STIFF AND SOFT HATS ARE BEAUTIES.
FOR A COMPLETE LINE OF THE CELE.
BRATED.JOHN B. STETSON IN ALL THE NEW
SHAPES AND SHADES SEE US.
WE CATER TO YOUR WANTS IN HEAD
WEAR AS WELL AS FOOTWEAR.
See Our Window
FOR THE LATE STYLES IN HATS AND FOOT
WEAR NOTHINQ TOO GOOD FOR OUR CU8TO-MER8,
Greenville Shoe Co.
West Side of Square
come and Int est In the city, as it
10 tno mutual benellt of all 'o ata
now swapping dollam :11110ns ouisel
vos, nnd miles wo get new members,
two or three men will get all thouioii
0 Uiorj thing- Is subject to Improve,
incnts Let tho outsI(ler come In and
help us mako (lie-so improvements
II A. liaiSUII Was Of thn nnlnl,.n
that iiiuithants should increaso their
Juc-s In propuition to iheh business,
C.eoigo Leavy stafed that only $1,
$2 and $5 por month were asked fiom
mi) man at thu organization of lliu
club, a vers siuii sum. Ono mereliant
In a small city not fnr distant glt.ia
$000 u se-ir to tho city's commercial
elub and thinks he Is fully repiid by
ndt 01 Using Mr I.eavs thought who
uniciusioii int to the continuance of
Ihe elub should bo made at the proir
Will N Harrlsou Mas strongly In
favor o'f carrying out the work of tho
nun lie moved (hut tho proper a.i
thorHIus be authorised to mako u con.
tract for tho rooms for the ensuing
13 XV. Ilunison was In favor of nut
ting out a romtnlttco to solicit mom
beis ami tuliscrlptlons, thlnldng It
wlfco to get the Bupport of ns many as
poMiuie ot the meiclinnts of Orten-
vino Jlr. Harrison also favored a
lonsorvatlvo inotliod of launching
P'ospwtlvo enterprises, ugestlng that
tho club first mlvlso with the city
council concerning tho matter. Ihe
matter shpuld be cartltd before tho
business men Why do not more bui
Inima men come out to tho meetings?
Let us see K the- dub meets their np
Tho chair explained that the bent
inisinoss men in the city had been
akod In pomonn! letters to lend tho
club their proenco aud Inllueiico, but
largely in vain The club Is working
tor but one pu rposo the upbuilding,
of Groeuvlllo. Ho was not agrc'eablo
tc the plan to pat citizens on tho
snoumer nnd get them out In that
r.isnion Jlo spoko of other cltle-i nn'J
inoir enierprlslng citizens Tho sat
isfaction of those cities at their suc
cess Is a commendable satisfaction.
air Chapman recalled Sir. Harrj
son's motion, and, after more dUcusu.
Ion, it carried without a dlasetitlnk
I. W Harrison, being called upon,
told of tho successful consummation
or tho street railway matter.
Masor llyil declared thrt the dif
ferences over Hie final settlement of
Eugene Brovn Had Gone West
Benefit of Health.
lho bods of Kugcno Drown arlved
lu the city sesterday from Aninrlllo
where ho died on Thursil ly. Ills
pirents, .Mr and Mrs 11. C Drown
who wi'iu with him when he died re
turned on the train
Young Hi own was reared cm his
futhor's farm Uireo miles cast or town
and was a line )ouug rrum eslomed
and 1 expected by all He was 2.1
years old and was omplosed on a rail
mid In Oklahoma for several sears
until Ills health gave way. Tho fu
neral will be today and buiial lu the
Liberty graveyard, .Mr. Drown and
family hate the sympathy of the r
many rriends In the loss of their noble
.Mono) 011 hand, $7S,'JC0.
Corporation's property, $S,0J5
.Mlscell inoous iirnpeity, $228,235.
Itnllin-td'H valuations, $1, 1 10,070.
(Hand total of coiml), 2'1,20J,030,
which Ih nn Increase ot $55J.()f,3 ovei'
Numlioi polls 9,181, an Incieaso ot
110 over last sear.
,iu couniy coirnilssloners will
meet this morning to cheek over tho
-ax roils nnd nciopt them nnd lho)
v III then he turned ovct In he rou-t
I) eolleelor of tuxes.
lho total amount of taxos lo he
Pollened Ik $tlil,,23 5S
Statement of Mr. Moudy.
In H-ply to (ho statement that we
1.111 our gin In bi f 0 Bon1K ()t
Injunction pajiers on us, I state th.it
tlio Injunction WIUI eoiviiI on 1110 yen
tenia) morning nnd 1 Immediately
went lo the gin to close down Thero
t.ns a small balance of cotton lo lie
Binned to till out a halo, Hiking not
ovei ilto mlniilrs, nnd (liuu tho gin
was Bhut down and ha retrained
closed ovei since J. r MOUDY.
Mosoy to Loan,
A HmlUii ninount nt fl per mm
for purciiuclng in building u honi
or extension of lender's lieu note.
Cull l once MAB3AY & LONG.
ROOSEVELT DEFINITELY ALIGNS
HIMSELr WITH PROGRESSIVES
Colonel Will Go to State Convention
as Representative form
C.uroll, Iowa, Aug 20 Col. Hoosu
telt delliiltuls nllugiie-d himself wllh
lho progieslvoH of New Yolk slate, In
1 Htaten cnt Lint he Issued oil tho
ttnlti ludas as ho was traveling across
Colonel Hoosotelt declined tlio
nnln Issue In the IlghL lu New Yoik
Is not ans flpeclllc lefnrni measuio,
but but "liosslsm " "llosslsm," ho
declined fieinicntl) led lo turnip
lion and ho mild lie would wngo tilth
less war on coirupl alliances between
iiuhIih-ss and bosses.
To Select Roosevelt.
Mlneoht, 1. I , Aug 21!. Col, Itonso
.oil will ho i-ho-on ns delegato fiom
Nassau county to the republican state
soiuontlon, ienihllciiu leadors sa)
hmo lod-i) It Is furthot iiroposol
thai lho colonel head the dolegatloln
Mnnogi.im Hour In better this soar
is tilt-- nuw vthe.it la bctlor. It Is a
oiind Bttect nrtlclo ns you all know
Aro the ones wo are thinking or now There are only a few
moio daiTi until school openB mil If sour children nto not
prep ued we want joit In bring thons lo us whoro no have
the best nnd most sonlcesible oiitnttt Wo can clothe the
South, as well ns tho little- ulrls
In Shoes we hitn the Celebrated Duster Drown Dlue Itlbbon
Sohool Shoes, thu bent made The) eomd In all st)loa to
itoii'i' on mnil'iui nnd Iimim U ni1r, blnrhcr lie" "orno
with patent Vuniits and plain uppers, now nhapo toes, shocd
that wo know will we-ir well for Kills, at $150 to $2.00
Hoys heat) whool shoes and thu stylish medium welghL
well Miles, hliuiier 1ac, no tvtocs, mosl cotufartablo and Btjllsli
shoes for lehool wnr. complclo lino of sizes at,. $1.50 to $2 50
Hosier), thu host I'onj gtorl.lng, fast black, seamless, ner
enil welRhtB for slrla and bo,ts. Tlio) aro guaranteed to glio
satisfaction. I'rlto.. ... . .'..... ,25c
Child's medium nnd lienv) rlliied fast black coton libsc, nil
sizes nt 15c, two for 25c
Do) ' kneii jiatitH, knlcl.urbooker sl)lcs, in the very newest
M)lo, rich stilpo, iheek .Invlslblu plilds, and solid shades,
well innile, every 'ieouj well newed Ihcy will give 11 school
boy good wear at ..48o to $1.45
Lnrgo Una of ho)B' cli()0l caps. In thu very newest shades and
st)les, ho will need nna of these, rtll bIzm at 25o to 50o
Dcnullful lino of imvv Blngbams to mako tho school drosses, lu
tho rich plaids, qtilpe, solid sliadea aud broken stripes, In tho
blue, gieon, tan, pink, brown Wo have an assortment that
will delight every ono, the almdon nto so becoming and the ma
terials unexcelled, prion per yunl 10c and 1214c
Rich uindins for bos1 'waist In tlio nx'dltim, light and dark
pallet n, prell) uliipe, check and pl.ildn, washes beautifully
Wo vvnnt every Uiy nnd tjlrl lo como hero for what they
need Wo will please them Willi every purchase mado
! Jones' Cream Parlor I
ED. JONES, PROP.
I have opened n high grade
Cip.hu and Cold Drink Parlor
In tlio building formerly oecu
plod b) tho "Ulltp." Tho place
Iiuh been thoroughly ( iorluul
ed nnd hcroiftor will bo con
ilixleil In 11 first class iiuunei
I will cntoi espeelully lo Indies
mil will bnvo 0110 of lho nicest
plan s In the cltv I will han
dle th" lolcbratud
I Peerless Ice Cream f
.j. And all of my goods will bo n(
X the sime high standard. 1 will
X 'ipprorlate )our p itrouiigo.
MEETING OF UNION MEN.
Discussed the Antl Graft Dill as Pre
sented In Conaress.
A meeting of union men was called
by lho executive board of tlio Trades
Assembl) at tho lleckhum barrim
auop iaai ingiii 1KO 110111100K was
made chairman of lho meeting
Tho folovtlng resolution was re-ad.
"Whereas, thero has been a bill
known as the antl graft bill and sup
ported by the domocrnts in congress,
Therefore, bo It resolved that we lu
dnrso said bill "
A heated discussion followed the of
ferlng or the resolution, nnd when
put to a vote It was a tie live vot-
for and Jlvo ag-iliut the adoption
Tho tlialnii.ni said while ho favored
tho bill, yet ho had doubts us to tho
legality of this mooting, nnd cast lit
vote against tho resolution, Tho
meeting then adjourned.
Now wheat Monogram Hour, Bodnd
A& 11 dollar Tor mile by nil leading
grocers Tnk no other
X I nlUr rAc y.
X uiiy uuiuo
Boo our Tally Cards before y
you buy for your next party, &
Tho newest up to date to be
had. 800 our window.
Ford & Pennington l!
Rexall 8tor. Cindy. ?
FRESH SALT MACKEREL,
DON'T TAIL TO COME IN OUR BTORE BEFORE DUYINO
A PAIR OF SHOES.
Oxir Shoes are Right and
0jr Prices are Right.
REDUCtD PRICES ON ALL LOW XUT CIIOE8. ASK
TO SEE OUR LINE OF HOSIERY.
THE PLACE MOST PEOPLE DUY 8HOE8,
ir iii i r in lAf.. u 11 A
11 its til ui Guiiviut- ivvc nuvc it.
A'ay from work and rebuild yym rWlt
,,'tf - -
R. L. TOLBERT
At the Alrdome.
Tonight Is tho last of the movitif,
pictures nt thu Alrdomo nil an espec
lally good program Is offered
"Through tlio Tuimer la a comedy
'fighting the Iraquols," a big IndH.i
melodrama, "These Little (llrls Dou'i
Cry" and the "Oold Heekoiv" two dan
dy dramas Monday night tho Bpld
rten I'algo Drnnatlc Co opens a
week's ongagement. Monday's play
Is "Dullarry," tho famous frcncli com
WILL OPEN HER '
SEPTEMBER THE FIR8T.
Deglnners a Specialty. ISnroll
early and conpeto for honors. You-
patronago respoclfully sollelled.
If ton are not try piifnmr phone m n 'rl-jl ordor
Cniplir Jim til 11 M c 1 Ii mid 1'iiiiiiiiy I rodue
Iiuttlio n special effort 10 keep evorythlug In Country
in itiir'iiTl'fndnv uli.ifvnti f roQueted to sco mo tor
dt) belli')' tomorrow. Hi
e to sell. II It's la town
111 Wo want a, sharo ot
(r'sKrWs'Xf'XrWrXrtrt trt- 'tWir) -9---frO'tV-eVCVo-e.
Regular Dinner From 12 to 2 p. m.
SHORT ORDER8 TO PLEASE AT ALL HOURS.
SUNDAY YOU WILL DE SERVED WITH ICE CREAM
, Your to Please
Tames L. Beckham
Mlii Glbton's Cissies,
Miss Ulbson announce that ahe has
engaged a violin teatlier for next
year, Miss Ilernlco Davis of ItenRk,
Mo Miss pavft Is tjraduato In VI
olln nqd piano of Central Female Oil
leje, I.unlngton, Ma, and ha had
several years experience In teaching
both Instruments Sho comes highly
Miiadow Gold Creomciy Dii(cr
MEW KRAUT, i
AND QUEEN OLIVES,
a - -
You can get our harness or sad
die repaired, washed mid oiled at
lAiykln's Hardware Store
Get your harness repaired at J
mo matter arose over the furnishing lioykln's,
ui power 'o 'hi- company Two uddl-' k -
i fonal eenenllnrs nnrl n fnm,ntn. Plrstcls-n enifravliiff nl Itin t,uiAt
JZZZ't'Xl4t&l'tC ro'""B 80mo ,0'0 .were needed prices In town-T P Flalg.
IT'S SOMEWHAT JARRINQ
to find that alter you have completed
building that tho lumber usod Is ot
poor quality and probably not sen
sonod at that,
Avoid UkiDg any such chances b;
patronizing this yard, and you can
rest assured tbat you will get Ity'll
what you ordor
HABAP.SUN LUMBER COj
1 SOUTH TEXAS -
IN BULK '
Moore & Jones
Old Phone 140 New;Phone140
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