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SENATOR BAILEY'S TARIFF
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X record on that law whlli I; was
X process of enactment, and amor, 3
I WEST END SIM
X C. CAMENISH, Prop.
TEXAS TRACTION GO
"THE GOXYEKIENr WAV
And Intermediate points
For Information call upon
agent or address,
JAS. P. GRIFFIN, 0. P. A
Dallas, Texas. $38U
M. R. FEWELL, A. G. P. A.
THE MORNING HERALD
BY E. W. HARRIS & SON.
Entered at the postoElce at Green
riUe, Texas, as second-class mall
Friday, Sept. 9, 1910-
The man who lives up to his best
to-day Is on the aaTe side. For him
there may be no to-morrow.
When the present cotton crop laj
marketed the people of the South can
send a few millions more Boat to pay
"Political peace and rest;
fairly Interpreted to mean that the
people are to be lulled Into Inactivity,
while special Interests get In their
There Isn't a saloon or brewery In
terest In Texas that does not long
for a cessation of agitation and for
"Peace and real."
State Press of tho Dallas NeftB, ac
knowledges tho receipt of a free pass
to a fair down In Nacogdochos county
la there no way to stop this thing of
subsidizing the preas.
In article prepared for the pve'
Congressman Henry analyses thr fall
ure of tbe Galveston convention to
denounce the Payne-Aldrlch tariff la.
In connection with Senator Batle.v i
other things, tnys:
1 1 do not criticise that platform for
Its affirmative declarations Jn m.
judgment tt Is an excellent Democrat
le document. Rot 1 do condemn the
serious omission of a plank boldl -repudiating
and denouncing the
Payne-AMrlch tariff law, the mo
outrageous and burdensome tax na
ure over fartcned upon the backs of
the American people. There should
hare been a courageous declaration
against that Inramous law, and how
any" true Democrat anywhere can
take Issue with us on that point pass
M comprehens'on. Why did not tlw
Senator .write a condemnatory reso
lotion Perhaps because by so doin
he ould condemn certain pet schul
ules In that law which he bc'cod AH
rich and others write Into the b'li
and foist upon tbe people to further
burden their backs. No. tho Knain-
tan not befog the minds of the Texas
peopio in this Instance by proclaiming
that It Is a contest between thn
who want free raw material and thos-j
who oppose It. That Is not the issu
with us, but the clea--cut nroDosltinn
of a tarlK for revenue only as against
Aioncmsm ana protection schedules
omo 0f wnich Senator Dalloy aided
In making. Is the point of contention
Let us see.
1. Tlie Hepnolican House of Repr
sentatlves placed the duty on rough
lumber at 1 per thousand and seemed
t" be satisfied with that And yet, o;
June IS, 1909. as shown by the Con
gressional llecord, page 3709, he o'
ed to J.eep In the bill the Aid rich
Snate rate of SI 50 per thousand a
against Senator McCumbers amend
menl reducing the duty to 51 ppr
thousand, which rate seemed to satis
fy many Republicans while the meaa
ur? was In the House.
2. On. June 23 Senator Bailey vote I
against the MeComber amendment to
fiiihRf rfut, 1A1. .. , ...
. ...H.v T.ji. ,jf ,on 0 IW,, .!,,,
may be miaous and hi ,i i . ' . ..
Aldrlch Finance Committee rate af
60c a ton (Congressional Record
3 On Juno 30 Senator Ralley voted
to tax tea 10c per pound (Congres
sional Record, page 4037')
4 On July S Senator Bailey votd
with Senator Aldrlch and others to
lay on the table Senator Burton's
amendment p'aclng nsphaltum and
onumen on the free list, (CongrM-
I THE PEOPLE'S DEPOSITORY ?
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W. H, DUSH. President, P. A NORRIS, Vice Pret.,
JNO. L. LOVEJOY, Vice Prcs., L. N. BYRD, Actlv Vies Pre
S. B. BROOKS, Cashlir.
l'lie Kintl You Hmo Al'tnys nought, ntul wltlclt has liccti
iu ilo for ocr 00 jcars liai borno (I10 signature) of
mid lias boon tnntlc mulcr his pcr-
j sjtJjf-'-V' , &""' Mijicn Won smco Its infancy.
vwftf'vVf t4c.iAt Allow liooiiotoilpcolvojoiiiii tltl.
AllComitcrlVH', Im'tatton" nii"'iTmt-ri-p.iil"nrc but
i:pei iittrnti tliat tiltlo v'tlt nnu ciiilmiifor tlio health of
InGuits anil ClilUlt-'ii-IlxperiencJs ngnlnst KxpcrlmciiU
What Is CASTORIA
CaMnrln is n fcantilcn s'tostltitto for Castor OH, Par.
prlc, lrop-' nnii Siiothlnjr Syrup. It Is lMcnsnut. It
contains ut'itlicr Oplutu, Moriililuo nor other 'N'urcotle
Mib-tntiro. If ni;c is Us giinrantoe. It destroys AVouns
mid nllajs 'i M-rKluirs. It cures Dlarrlimn mul "Whul
flolNs It rell.'M; TeethiiiK Troubles, cures Coiistlp.it Ion
anil rintiilet rj It n--iiinlates tho X'uuil, rejriilatcs tho
Stomach anil i' on els, jjixlng liealthy ami natural slcoii,
Tho Ch'i'u'.ri n l'ai.acca-Thc mother's ctIciiJ,
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
SJ Bears tho Signaturo 01
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
OF GREENVILLE, TEXAS,
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS, SEPTEMBER 1, 1910.
United States Depository $'
IT I nillt I IOO naI.J.i II ... mil , m. .. " A
r I I, r. J. rnii-i-irg, nciiucnu ri. , vviubinnis, rainier A
X A JAS. ARMISTEAD, V. Prts. V. A. WILLIAMS, JR, Astt. Caih
IS QEO. S PERKINS, V Prcs. J. W. BIRDSONQ, Asst. Cash. X
X I . -- -'- - ' ' x
lit" sT7'.-TrTn ttv ii-. -.. A
m loyjjui and ujixoiE i
loans and dlttcounts
1' S. bonds and premiums . .-.
rurnlture, flxturns and real estate ..
Cnsili and exchange
. 32V.GU lu
-111 mi 11 1 1 1 1 11 nl'li ' "'
rffi ssvrs) ?
m r as jissn-aT 'Har v
The Siad You Have Alwajs Bouglit
ii Uso For Over 30 Years.
MX CtrtTt W COMlil 1 MJlRaVRTR t , Nlv TOMK C(TT
Total '. ,U3S,283 71
Capital , .',,,.' $100,000.00
Siifplus and profits , 27,'.'32.5t
Circulation , 150,000U1
Dills payablo ..,, 12T,0O000
Tho above statement Is correct.
S. B. BROOKS, Cashier. . .
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It appears that the liquor lobby is
aboat tho only organized force Jn
Toxas that can now defeat wholesomo
legislat'on. After awhile oen the
liquor lobby, with Its money and high
political influence, will he a -thing r
tbe past iu Texas.
Prof. Burns, of the A. and .11., has
issued an interesting bulletin on hogs.
but failed to note tbe breed that
travel In passenger trains and occupy
two seats while women with jounij
eters In their arm, lune to appeal !n
neero porters to find rosting places
Eternal vigilance Is not only the
price of liberty, but it is alio the
price of juat and wholoaome las
protecting tbe property rights of tho
people Juat the Mm! of lBIlanco
that has been exerdaed In Texan and
Just the kind of vigilance that tbu
people of Tesaa are going to continue
The overwhelming election of Sen
ator UFollette In the WUconsln pri
mary Is a great victor) for the peo
pte oer the apodal Interest. It u
fast uomlng to be realised that ft Is
not to Important that a public offic
ial Is called a Democrat, or a ilenuB-i
llcan. but tbe wain uueatton Is does
b repeat the peo.-e or Uie pow- for ItLJTJS Z
sional Record, naeo 43sr, i
5. Tho House placed Iron ore on
the free list, and yet Senator Ballev
Joined Senator Aldrlch and others
taWng It from the free list by Imi-os.
Ing a duty of 2Sc a ton. He did this
on May n. 1903 (CongreWona.
Rncord, page 20S2 ) Afterward, the
Conference Committee from, the
House, aided b tho Republican pre
Went Tnft, hammered down this gra'.
ully to the -Steel Trust from 2So to
15c a ton. lu this Instance the It.v
publican House ami Nin,i,ii.. n...,
dent were more willing than Semlor
Bailey and Senator Aldrlch and oth
era acting mth them to reiise thli
duty doftiiard. Indeed. ihc thought
that free Iron ore was fair for the
0. On June as Senator llallej oted
for a dut, denouncd bj Bono-a
protecUte, on pineapples for the bene
lit of the l'.orldiauu. iCougreuaioiial
Record, page 3713)
Theae references constitute a fair
sample of some of his otos, toudun
cies and adulations during tho tariff
levision, but thoj arc- not all n-.
eier, for the present, Uiuy are enough
to fairly raise the real Issue. All
theo rocoids and totea mir h r...i
iu a free public document propared
by Senator Bacon, and entitled,
"Senate Document No. 153,Slxty-Mrit
Congtess, Hrst Sessiou," which glica
every aye and no vole on all amend
ment to tBU Paue-Aldrlch tariff bill
while ponding in thu Senate. It would
be prudent aud wise for every Texas
voter to write to his Senator or Hep
icsontative in Congress and imaod
lately procure tb's valuable Tree doci
nieut, Iteall), it would soew to wauv
of u, from careful udy of thia doci
meat, that wheu Uie Senator frnm.i
t$CC 4 of the Gulvnlfin i,latr..H... i..
lould not broadly and boldly .de
nounce tilt! H-jfjrfH Tail i.
hodir and ptrlMpt, bondholder, i
tin ttjit uiiiuttu toiibumerh who hu '
tin uuipu. ol vlit curpir.itionh i lit
are iniiui ttit of toipoiatc wrongdu a
and cuuld not pievciu it in imj cu
punish the duiuiu.v dilictor, and Hi
species will disappra-. Punish Hi
nitive lawbr aker who abuses lu-, i
power and the couddence of tho u ,
vestore and the public, and he will
acquire wholesome respect for tli
law and his obligat ons under it
Of course laws must be.just, n-i
sonnble and enforceable. Where tht
are not, publ.c sentiment will lne It i
bl nullify them. Bui, having nsid
ou, u, mis luu oiili. inn nnpHi
W. H. BUSH.
MRS. V. A. KINO.
DR. ROBT, SAYLE.
P. A. NORRIS,
JNO. I. LOVEJOY.
M, A. JOY,
J. M. SPURLOCK.
DR. CHAS. T. KENNEDY.
R. D. WADDLE.
S. B. BROOKS,
L. N. RYRD,
S. B. PERKINS,
. -,!-!44' ::'9-:-:'X. .-..:-..x-'X
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X special anu summer .
Not only i.lvc vour boy a "colloKe" education, but also
tench hln to I.now the value Df a BANK BOOK.
Teach him to work and save whlli voung. Ho will help
make his own way through college nnd bo a better man when
he comes out.
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK.
Wo pay liberal Interest consistent with safety 4 per cent.
F. J. Phillips,
Go. 8, Perkins,
J. M. B ykin,
J. B. Clayton,
A. G. Lantineiter,
Rlchter, H. W. Williams,
T. R. Ea.t.
O. T. Craham,
L. A. Clark,
E. P. Becton,
Mrs. W. A. Williams,
M. M. Arnold, -C.
W. B. Wise.
Winn iou como here to make our
Will Pntr leiturai sou have .t ,
.v w, vuu ,uu UJllJ, UIB llUUt,til , I " J '!' ' lULUUill U I1UV U 3
the soundness of a law and ha In j . large varnii f.om which to chooao
j....,........-.. .. .. . '. .
"-"Jwi to uiitKe it eiiecuve. the vva' UI,U or prices ar low cnougn to en
to do that Is to deal nlwaj-a with In , abl
dividuals and natural persons, n
mage responsibility personal Whai
ou to secure the beat.
ever the crime, the offense, "seek th !
meu ChicuKo Record Honi'il
We will know pietty aoon how t
fectually the railroad validation
cla ins will affect railroad building i.i
this stato. Texas of course is ,t i
great in resources to be hurt in tl
long run, but pending the repeal u'
that law, or its subversion bv the
Courts, old Texaa will suffer Pnrn
Advocate. Briefly, to evad.
tbe orders of the Texas RaJroad
Commlskion and at the same Unto
I'efiaud 5,000 Texas ciedltors of some
two million and a quarter dollars th,
liould estate that owns S8 por cop
of the stock of tho L & O. N. roa.t
had the road placed in thu hands of
a "friendly" reculvor. During this re.
celvershlp some IS.OOO.uoo was paid
from the gross earnings of the roaJ
In luterest on the first and second
mortgage bonds, or virtually i0 the
owners of the road, In violation of
law, while the unsecured creditors
were wholly Ignored. The lecelvor
justified li's action on the sroun.l
that he was following a "business
custom." To prevent tho full consum
matlon of the robbery of these cred
itors, the leglshituro properly passed
a hill to which tHe Advocate refers
if to force a would be predntorv co-
poratlon to pay iu honeat debts will
Injure Texas the state can woll af
ford to suffer, W have no persons!
Interest in the law, and no conscious
prejudice In the matter, but we bava
aoiro knowledge of the facts in tht
ease, and if there over was a right
eous lan "Clad li l ii.u .,. ..
, ,. ..., Huv III 1L
will prevuiit thr dlrerslon ,.f .1...
West Lee Street
, Sherman, cor Houston and Walnut St
HtMtMBEH OUR BIG ART DEP'T.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
Sherrlll, Mulkoy r
Url'lol, Knowll'o, Chatia-
IKiua, Na-hvillt.- Mtuiplus and
n-inj iKiillls in the Sonlhcit
! Al-o til Northern and Eastern
California, both one way and
round trip, oul) two change.,
(Jrtcnvllle to San rranelsco,
through Salt lvke.
Dt-nvt-r, Colorado Spring
tiiitl Pacilic Coat points
Galveston and all Texas r
sorts Shortest line to Galves
ton, oiled roadbed and oil bum
Ins locomotives, no dimt, no
Steam and Gas Fitter.
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS.
I WHITE FIRE, TORNADO, PLATE GLAS3, LIGHT
NING, ACCIDENT AND RENT INSURANCE, IN OLD RE.
L'lABLE COMPANIES WHICH HAVE PROMPTLY PAID
THEIR LOSSES IN GREENVILLE FOR MORE THAN THIR
TY YEARS. THEY ARE STAYERS AND NOT QUITTERS.
Jr,U V Ltv
1 12 I 2-
"? PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
MILUS L. MOODV, M. D
cvr Practice Limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Office, vti i.,. &lr (
ham Uiolnero iioro
C. E. 0. WILL CANTRELL,
Physicians and Suraeons.
Office at Pa.cmu and Surttuus
orful special iutersu
An enthusiastic .Major op In Dakota
regretted that he could not make Mr
Booaevelt a king and Representative
Hill, a most ardent adm'rer of Senaio'
BaJiey. In a pich on tbe floor of
the House, would have the Senato
'Kniperor of the World," all of which
shows Uut we are stm in the ailly
from you will
own toes dad finger. iiuuuiih u. h
had aidedf in shaping some of the p..:
schedule, of that wicked act. indeed,
wo artautplv leiniurced in ihi. 1...'
Hot ffir the simple raou that wheu
a brtvu ajid courageous resolution d
.uicug tne J'aneAldrkh tariff au
lead iu the Inm House of llfu-
IC&eulatlves sums r linnn,.. u...
-lends inmauth aroso aud mki 1.
jliiS' a slap at Bail, iieoco Ju
"" onusaioo t oalvesiou
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GUILT S PERSONAL.
J" B,enPrT. EdMin Bt0"
BECTON S. BECrON,
Physiclaiu, ana Suig.cns.
Kaefif.l""'U'U "'" Ar,U1', iIo"'
Potect four Property!
I represent Leading Companies
and am prepared to write
and Plate Glass
R. M. Chapman
Weatliers Grain Co,
FEED AND COAL
Oillce nml Warehouses o
St. John Street. Opposite
Both Phones -ii.
COME OR PHONE OFFICE, VEST SIDE SQUARE.
Office Gee's Drug Store
Fall Tem Opens
September 1 9th
DR. GEORGE A. WELLS,
Graduate o, A. s. O, Klrksville, Me
.onu,l-uuu aud Inanimation free
J. H. FRENCH,
Physician and Surgeon.
earning. , a raiIload to ,ho su f uZUZlt
vnuvin WIIJU LtU,irS lli-lin. tl V'MWWt' ill
whom make I n. ..i, ., ,, .,, .... ,.,,.,
posslbk, a.,. ilUj -U) u,i(, y fl r1
fi-jugh fnc itetv.,,1,1.,.
for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Dough!
t- SftAKES, M. D.
Phsician and Suioeon.
..estdeuce 1'hons No. 6. 0iUcv ,
- VV. Ubos Uiug store.
W. C. MOOUY, mTdT
Pnyeioian and buracon.
uiiiLe upsuirs over iUt. ,ltMll ,lajJ
re aua laiji.eiunt Couipauy Store
i'houe tounectlous. -v"n
Undei graduate Grand Rapid
imir College of Michigan
Fire, Automobile, Tornado, $ ' V
Live (Stock, Plate Glass, AccI A' V
dent Surety Uonds represent. V
lug the Best Comnanles onW
13 vote, .:: b. O Wylie & Co I $ rfyf &?)
H. ASHBURN, MANAGER. T WJ ) fA f??4ll
E ix Phone No. 2. X f XfhlS '' -zr
!.'. Office over First Xatin,i i,ul. ?, fXfs. - rffl
r nd t
Let ihe future historian determine
who really originated the idea thai
in our National and local warfare on
lawlessness. Braft aud Eretd Uu u
attach responaJbllity and guilt to ir.
oo and not to "artificial bodies
Vni I DO Tr ,fMW,u WwK,ru Wilson is supi.es
r UUtlO IU ed io be IU author tor all practical
yurjwaes, tuough u has been ottrlbu:
od to Gov. Harmon But it is a vital
and inarching Idea. Air. Uoosevoit
and Presideat WUson havo (,. i.J
uliaaeousi) breathed new vigor into
it. and It will bear reiteration uud II
lusirallon Guilt ia ix-rsoiial mul i,,,hdi,i....
Wheu Ui, i uuian-d WU1U one d
rerts tu. woiaiiou and some one car
rits it i. ii toriMirations'. have nn
sou. and ,., i ihejrlMt. bow !
" ' "ffi-. u.1 ilireclors, and tbussl
ut u-si,.,!. , ic i r ,),, i,and rneui
iutg of Mr. Uoluuilfal " 1,e u'l and bodies,
(Ileal no.r-, a .... '"uu ' rmmun is alien to then.
Tho s,o Ttsas ciUrn who
vere about to be defrauded of tbeir
Just elaijM amounting to 2,2W,0O0
f-i'uEt the luteniatlnnal ami n,,.
i lray by a frame-up re
do doubt siad that
j irolect-d l.y Juf
let! ativi ens, m-ii
; I Off Ita
S. j bank, Leo btrtcL
SAM G. DUFF,
SHERRILL, MULKCY 4 HAMILTON
Office, at Greerivill. and Commerce
; Wood and Coal
PHONE OBOEng FOR WOOD
Wood S3.50 Per
Hoiro Talejihone S.
' Kd- H "onneii. j. T Joae,
I BENNETT , J0NE8,
Office I. syU bmiding. northeast
I corner of sijuara
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
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Practices In all the Courts Officer
U ,Tt) " a coijKjiatioa Is to fine slock f
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