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GREENVILLE. TEXAS TUESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 25, 1910
OUR STOCK OF COMFORTS AND BLANKETS IS BET
TER THAN, EVER. WE HAVE ALL THE NEW DESIGNS
IN COMFORTS, SATIN BORDERED, SILKOLINE PATTERNS,
FULL SIZE, BOTH QUILTED AND BROTTED, PRICES S1.00
BUYING DIRECT FROM THE MILL9 ENABLES US TO
OFFER YOU BETTER VALUES IN BLANKETS, ALL FULL
r. uli inimiui ill R in I iimii-i i
SIZE IN WOOL OR COTTON
S5.00 to sio.oo
Ladies' and Children's
WE HAVE FULL ASSORTMENT OF LADIES', MISSES
AND CHILDREN' UNDERWEAR IN SEPARATE GARMENTS
OR UNION SUITS, THE KIND THAT; FIT BEST AND WILL
WEAR BETTER IN WOOL OR COTTON7 PRICES 25c
Call cither of our four rhones and jou can bo assured
the" samo altontion in tho selection ot jour Meats as If jou
railed In person A trial order will malio jou a regular customer.
THE SOUTH HILL GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET.
f W CLOTHES JL -
M I 'rf WEAR IH4J
I Vr Y W!Tli Vf I
- JJpLEASURE rl
Freak Clothes .iro dead ami the few Hint remain unliurlod
aio intldl being R.ttbcrcd In.
Tlio Mnuutu wenis mr sort or Clothes cm wear them In
nny ionii.iny with pleasure,
Tholr ntyle, tho fit and tho richness ot texturo is always
very gratifying to tho Man Inside ot them.
Suits ? 12.50. l3ii, ?1S 00 to 5330.00
Oierco.its $10.00, $1500. $:000 to $dO.OO
llovs' Suits 55 00 to 5517.50
Stop In, Sli, ninl fcce what a spundld Suit or Overcoat, thf
rrleo will buj-
KAVANAUQH METHODIST EPISCO
PAL CHURCH, SOUTH.
A Greal Service Impressive Talk.
Greenville Methodism, Past, pres
ent and Future.
Tlio ccelbratlon by Knvanatig!i
church Sunday ot her fourteenth au
nt erenry will bo remembereil byvj.ll
who attended us a great and happy
da) Tlio weather was Ideal and tho
progiam was well lurried out with
slight variation. Ot the former pai
lors there weie present He v. J. P
I'loico, of Mcltlnne), Itcv. W. It. Wa
ttes, of llunle; and ot those who vvoio
rluirtor and former members V T
(lrahau, of Hlllsboio, mid It. C. Dial,
of Clarendon, were present, besldos
many vKiors from Wesley anil West
l.eo Stieet ehtirchei.
l'roiuptl) at 10 o'clock thu Low
feast bogaii, roiiiluctcd It) It. C 1)1 ll
mid r.m to high water mark. A num
ber ot earnest nnd helpful talks weie
made and the hour closed with an old
fashioned hand shaking amidst he.ut)
(iod blots ) oil's mid aire lis
Tho choir then took Its placu and
smg sweetly 11)11111, No. IJIG. aftei
which tieo. S. l'erklns read tho fol
lowing well piepaied and Intereilliij
pupei on (Iroonvlllc Methodism to and
including ilrst )ear ot Kiivanaugh s
Tho M. 12. Church, South, was or
gnnUed In tho )oar 1S45, and the
itepubllc of Texas was numiueu lino
.he Union of States by nn act ot tho
Congress dated Deccniboi 2'J ot that
)ear. Hunt County was formed In
IS 10 of terntor) carved out ot Nacog
doches and Fannin Counties, and the
rnntn nr r.remivlllo was located nt uu
election held during tho mouth ot
Juno ot that )eni.
At .1 session ot the Kant Texas An
nual Conference, which convened at
tin' town of San Aimustine, Docemuc
tho Mil, 1SIG, Greenville circuit was
lead out as one of tho nppolntnents
'n tin. Cliirksv Me I) strict. Andrew
1)01111 s. l'residlng 121der; Greenville
circuit to he supplied
mil lem.ilnod within
the i:.ist Texas Conference until tho
fall of tlio vear 1SGT. when thu North
T..v:ik ("miffii.iifis was orgnnied at
Rnlnliiii Siirlnns. DIhIioii N. 11 Mr-
Tvi.r nresldliic llclnniiiK with the
)car 1817 and up to the present llino
Greonvllle lias been within tlio bounds
of nine dlstilcts. vi.. Clarksvllle,
Ti'Wts, Gieenvillc Sherman
-seo the fruit of fine Clothes making.
Special Venire Ordered for Trial of I
Mrs. A. R. Campbell Next Monday
In tho district court joslerilay the
case ot Scnrbrough vs Snntn To roa.l
was begun mid Is now on tilnl,
Tho enso of Mta A It. Cninpbe 1
on n charge of assault Is set for noTt
.Monday inornlnit and n special venire
of lift) iiiuues was drawn. Deputy
Sheriff ltiilse) wns busy Inst night
Rotting out summonses for the spec
MARRIED ON SUNDAY.
C. Elland and Miss Dora Morgan
United In Matrimony,
At 7:30 Sunday ovctilug .Mr C. P.
Elland and Miss Dora .Morgan wore
mnrrk'd at thu hums ot the hrldo'4
aunts, .Mr mid Mrs. V. T. .Moignn,
itev. J. (1. Haney, ot Cuiiilij, official-lug.
Tho hrldo Is a pretty mid vmv
chinning )oiiug Ind) who Is very pop
ular w.tli a hiigo ilrclo of fi lends
1 no grutmi Is Irom Dumas, 'lonu,
where he Is a wealthy imichmnii mid
-ttaiuls liljjli as 1111 lioliorabhi mid re-
ipected )oiiuk mun The )oung coll
ide will make theli Iioim nt Dumas
The lleinhl extends best wishes.
SELF, LEFT NOTE
CHAS. M. GORDON FATALLY
WOUNDS HIMSELF IN DALLAS
Dying Man's Message Directs That
Two Persons in Jackson, Miss.,
Be Told of Shooting.
'lhan .ho now high too and
htrfi arch effect In tho )ouos
man's Shoes this season?
We are showing thcra In ill
tho leathers Qun Metal,
Patent Kid, Patent Colt and
Vlcl Kid, button or lace at
$3, $3.50, $4 and S5.
IT IS THE STRONGEST AND SNAPPIEST LINE EVER
6r'OWN TO THE TBtDE OF GREENVILLE. IF YOU SEE
THEM YOU BUY THEM. ' HJ. i i&
Greenville Shoe Co
West Side of Square.,
man, Dallas, suipnur spriiiKs, ici-
rell and Crecnvllle
Grconvillo was uindo a station In
tho year 1873. with T. U. Sherwood
I'reslding lildor, and Joel Osgood,
preacher in chaigc. It Is a fact much
to be icgretted that tho date atul
place whore tlio firt society was or
canlzed In Greenville Is not known
and that a list of the charter rconibors
.has not been preserved. 'Prior to
the venr 1871. tho society had no re
ular place of worship, but vvoi shipped
for some time In a school house o
itnunanu bireei. wmcii wiih luiiui'tiHu
snort ciisinnce west irom,vviiero uiui
btreet crosses Stonow all street, and
a poilion of the time In the court
house, then located on tho public
At the beginning of tho year 1S70
Greenville was a small villago toil'
talnlng a population of sovou or eight
hundred, but had 110 church liouw of
any description. A subscription pa.
per dated Juuuaiy 3, of that year,
was circulated and funds were sub
pcribed to build n church bouse fur tho
M. 1: Church, South. Captalni .lumen
rarr. who was then n practicing at
tome) at-lnw and a member- of the
P.apllst Church, subscribed to tho
I mid 1Jt No 4 in Hlock No. 7 ot tho
original town pint On April 30, to!
towing, tho building committee which
had been Milcued (names not known)
to build the cuiirth houso made 11
nionosltion to Prcd Ihule l.odgo No
87,1 O 0 I', tho subdtaiice of wnleli
wns that tlio church and lodge om
otae their forces and build a two
story house, the lower Hlnry to bo
'wned and used by the church and
the upper story to bo ow ned and used
uj the lodge 'inn proposition was nr
ceptod, nnd on June I, the siibsorlb
ors to the church fund held a incot
Ing In tho room, then occupied b)
Fred lndo 1-odgo, Nathan Anderson
presiding and i: J. Harden acting as
pecretnr) At this meeting tlio agree
ment made between the building com
mltteo for tho church and Pred nude I
i.odge was ratified and a commltteo
was appointed with authority to tnko
rhargo of all funds nnd to construct
iiTfousoln Mccordanco vviith tlio agreo
jnont The coinnlttee selected wns coin
posed of the follow Ing then well known
nnd promlnont gentlemen, vU I' II
W Spencer, A. Cameron, Fred Undo.
JniroH Parr, II D .Mnrtln. 8. V. Scott,
V I. Mnylield, .1 C Geo, and Nathan
Anderson, none of whom are now Hi
Ing except P II W Spencer, who
now resides In the State of Callfor
After the said agreement was rati
fied. Captain Parr subscribed Ixrt. 5 In
said Hlock No 7 to tho fund for build
Ing lodge room, and by deed iatoJ
June 15, bo anil, his wife, Mrs l,ou
Parr, conveyed Itts I and C to Pied
iliido Ixidge with tho understandln
that the contemplated houto would
bo built so that a part of ll would
stand on Uit 4 and a part of It nn
latt 5, and that the lodge would hod
the title In trust to tho extent of the
church's interest Those lots front
on whnt Is now Leo Street and tlio
buildings thereou are now occupied
by tlio following parties, namoly. Po-
UIhb Ilros , J l jioykin, J 11 Miitn
ell nnd Scott and Gibson.
Tho . . da) of month, 1S70,
was 11 red letter day In tho history
of Greenville An Iiuir3iuo crowd for
tboso times assembled to witness tho
laying of tho corner atone of the new
building The ritual of the I. O O. P.
was used and Bishop l. Jl. .viurvin
delivered tho principal address. Some
time after the corner stone was laid.
Pred ldide Idgo, No. 87, withdrew
from the Joint undertaking; nnd by
resolution dated December iu, miv,
directed that said lots be conve)ed to
tho church trustee, and requested
Captain Karr to consent that tb,I ho
In pursuanco of this resolution said
lots, with tho exception of the eat
Half of lot li, were euuo)eu 10 j. h
Dallas, Tex, Oct. 21. Cbas. M. Gor
don, whoso lioiro is evidently at Jack-
ion, .Miss , placed tlio imtzzlo of a
IS caliber pistol to Ids temple while
11 his loom at the Nuwcomb hotel
this morning nnd fired 11 bullet, into
nls head which lesulted in death sev-
ral hours later. The ieuulns weie
t.ikeu in charge b) tho Donuvnu Un
delinking company, and tlio bod) will
be held pending advices from friends
111 iel.it Ives nt that place.
That tho shooting was a deliberate
1111I well planned suicide Is Indicated
by piepnrntlons Hindu by the man lo
end bis life Define firing tho fatal
shot into his head Go'dou wrote bis
name lind nddross on a pleco of paper
which was leic Ding nn thu tabic in
his room Up also gnvo tho names of
J D nordou nnd lailhrr Maiislield,
both of Jackson, Miss, with tho le
quest that they bo notified of Ills act
Tho shot wnich resulted In death
was hoard by others in tho hold about
0-30 o e'ock When the) rushed Into
tho room Gordon wan found lying
across (bo bed with n gaping hple In
his temple fronv which the blood ami
hrahiH were oozing The 111:111 was un
conscious and. never spoko a word nf
ter shooting himself
Al. H. (Metz) Wilson.
Surrounded by 1111 exceptionally
btrong; cast in 'Met-, in Ireland, '
which has pioved the gieat hit of his
career, Al. II. Wilson, the German dia
h ct cnmedblll. will bn one nf tiwi sm'n
I11I uttrnctloiiH of tho season at tho
King opcia house uu November 27th
In ".Met? in Ireland the author lin
first of all written a lasting and laugh
Ing success, nnd In tho si-coud placu
piotided the most popular of German
nncd!aui with a suitable vuhlclo
nn achievement rather difficult to ac
compllsh Ample opportunity Is nl
lowed for the Introduction by Mr Wil
son of soieral now songs Unit nro
among the best he has )ci compoied.
fipeclnl mention can bo niado of "My
(Juooi) of Dieaira," which will rival
in popularll) nuy of his past song
successes. In providing his star with
n production that fills tlio bill In ov
ary dotal!, .Manager Sidney It Kills
lis excelled himself In the handling
of 'ihe numerous stage p'etmoB which
n'o brightened li) thu mail) humor
ous situations created by Mr Wilson
with his drill German dialect In lie)
pleasing character of "Metz "
Por the best and most completo Hue
nf rockors jou will find at Halite's
Reo Duke Harrison for Iron Hods,
Odd Dressers, Chiffoniers, Chlftoioboi
Hugs, all slo-.
TESTIMONY OF TWO D0Y3
Ho;v. J. o. Terrell and Col. Cecil Ly.
on at the Court House Last Night.
a (tnud crowd aseinli.cil at tne
.oUn iiuusb tasi uiRiu to near suoecn
o uy Hon j u. lerrell, tepunncnii
viiimiliue lor novel no,, and loi ceen
Don, nttollal chnmmiu lor luxns.
uy reuest JiulKf Gruulm, n luiuier
townsnimi ot Juugo leiiuii in Knut
mini count., lutruiiuccu tnu speiiKe.'S
1 .iiiiittu l toll ihon tpuko for nearly
two Hour uu spose ot the tariff anu
c.m, K-atr ih al it protects American labor iinu
nnui en, cue aiui-i.-iiii wnrkinnn biulnr Mlz
Jiirtceu )onr old sun ut .Mrs. Pnu ei 11U bolter iMng lhnll uuronea ,
.sill, mid llenr) l-.vans, ngpd tlfleuii, mbo.tn. that It keeps American mills
vvoSo tho only wlitnessos exntiiuied ' and factories in operation He told
0. me luienw .11 un. eie o. ... . , " nmch more tho people ot Ithodo
Allium l.eo iroijiu. chnrRed wan ' ' " "Ku per enpua than do the
ne minder of nor nusbmid , "l"" '" ' "" " lowf1, " l
ll.o bo)S torn n stoiy, which II It'i'iB ", ' alwas brought ruin
sustained, oxplodus tho state's nl ,1J1,!,1' '' ;' 'alu ,"f,
.lieo.) that dtrolgnt was nslrep when PKl 'o Mr Coluu tt sajlng; that he
)10t J is the candlilatu of the miloou ole
iloth withstood tho vvi.11,1 uruelliK ,n''1 IK' nl' lepubllcnns turn
... ..... .,11 ,.. ii. .,,,,11.. cd down Po ukor because bo was Hi
J HIV OI1.1VB UI.U.I.. ...u J ........ ... ,.
helmed they woiu tieross tho wheat
Evidence May Explode Theory That
Wife Shot HUband While
Ho Wao Asleep.
Wnco, Tax., cL al.-
pis! wiolu the shooting anil iiemu
.pianoling In .itiolKht's bedrooin
The) said the racket lonlltiui'd up
to the moment uu shot was Hied
WEEK OF PRAYER.
Delig Observed by Wesley
West Lee Societies.
Tho Knvnuniigli llm:, Mission So
ciety lire observing tlio week of pril)-
oi Services nl the church ovei) ar
teiiuion at S o'clock West Leu mid
vVesli'j Siieletles nro Invited to loin
iliein this aftuinoou.
ropie "Ituth linigrovu Insllliilu"
Leader Mis. Will Wise.
'limsmudi, that video nbuvo nil oth
ers Repeats thu tender plcn
As )e do minister to this my brother.
Ye do It unto inc.
Doiolloiinl services: "lhists of tho
LADIES AID SOCIETY.
Met Yesterday With Mrs. D. W. Har
rison on South Wesley Street.
Tho Ladlen Aid Socle!) of the First
Piesb)tp.-lnu church met yoslerdiiy
lftoinoon nt tho home or Mis 1) W.
Ilnrr'flon on South Wesley slieet
Mis. Hunter made 1111 Interesting re
port of tho meeting Of tho Prosit) lor
inn Missionary Socletv which met In
IVxarkuna last weok, and lo whlcb
-.ho wan it dcelgnlu fioni the sorlely.
The society adjourned nl TonrU.ini!
lo meet In Greenville next miring 'lbn
migrant foi Ihe laullos Aid Socletv
11 ellng fur not Monday, Oct 31, Ik
in follows: Iloll call, a vuiso from
Illblo lesson, invlow of the Hook of
Numbers, Airs PIulc) teacher
Sunday school lesson, Mis P
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR,
Viet Last Night and Passed Resolu
tlcms on Mrs. Seaman.
At tho closo of 11 staled meeting ol
Jiu Order of Diatom Sim Mondiu
ovenlng u social session w:ih held In
honor of Mrs XI. j II Seaman who
was elected Associate Gland iMntron
of the Grand Chapter of the Stnto of
Texas, which enlivened nt Austin,
uet nth. HMO Tho worthy matron.
Mrs Wells, read quite an Interesting
icport of the grand session of the O
12 S ' A large number was preseitt
and nice roficRhirontii of r.iuo and
fleam nolo ' rved
The housewife's word la Monogram
Flour. It's reliable).
FOR THE NEXT
I 30 Days
d $J5.00 v
I Will Sell All
9xPj Bmlth's Axm &.
logulnr '1'1 r,u mid
v.iluos nt SUO.OO
110 r.O llrussolls 0xl2 sj:j.5o y.
jinoo litussolls 0x13 S12.50
$20 00 Velvet IlriiHutdls 9x13
I2ver) thing else In proper
tlou. Seo our window for d.s
Ilrnss and Iron buds, 45 patterns to
select from nt Ilnlko's Furnlturo Storo
Some now llox Papor nOc.
A big value for 25c ulso.
Notos, Itegrets, CalllnE Cards
Tablet and Knvolope to match
Ford & Pennington K
BETVAI I iftCUT J.
American Ilxpreas Monoy Order
L F. JOES
Durlal Director and Embalmcr.
Past J.i 0 Street
Sltimlaril ol eniplo), and lunlrnstuil
wi'lh ihe tnwlineut John G t'.irlls 0
leceived from the democrats because
le llnd up tu his con victluus uu Hi
utiei lisue 1 ml closed with telling
luiw tho republican part) gave PIU
uiigh l.eo and Joo Wheelei hli,1i nl
bees tu tlio mm), nud litnv uiidei le
publlraii iiiln sliitiu's of l.ce and
.'.nun stand side by side In the Cap
..ol at WiiBhlimton.
Col l.)on was then liitioduced mil
spoko 111 lull) about Colquitt and Ills
f' lends The speeches were well re
IS' ADVANCED ONE WEEK
DR. 'CRIPPEN WILL DE HANGED
Original Time Wan Set For the fif
teenth Changed by Sheriff
London, Oct 21 Dr llawley Crip
pen, eonvleliMl 01 tlio 111111 ner or urn
wife, Hollo Tlmore, tlio actress, will
lie hanged Novonbti 8 The date wns
nrlKnn.'.ly announced s"or Nov umber
15 but indn) the slioilif advunced
Ihe day one week.
A Fall Outlnp Free.
If Nim will buy that bill ot rural
turn, iiintllng and linoleum at Chand
or's ho will save )ou money onoiign
to mako tho trip without any cost
The lirgest line nf davenports to
'Hi found in Ihe. city jou will llnd nt
Itnlko's Fiirnlluro Store
word Is Mono-
Try us foi nlco parlor suites We
mvo llioin Ilnlku's Furnlturo Store
FOR FALL AND WINTER, EXCLUSIVE MODELS.
There nro no more elegnnl Suits to ho found than tho ones
wo show this rail P.ieh garment has n ntjlo nil Its own. Its
exclusive, rich and dressy Tho variety too is so largo that
every Individual Undo can lie sntlsfled, Wo nsk before jou
fully dechlo on n suit tu seo tlicsn handsomo garinonl., they will
IN 3UITS AT S1U.50 TO SUO.OO ou will find somi
IhliiR Just to jour taste, in tho very newest weavos, of diagonal,
serge, homo spun, cheviot nnd Ilia fancy worslods, in tho rich
Rtrlpo, liud plain, In vcconilug wisteria, blue, rose, green, tan,
bruwn, black, light tnu, etc Coals nro short, lined with silk,
fiklrtu plain, plaited nnd hobbla effect Most bocomiug models
" TAILORED OARMENTS AT gaa.50 TO SUS.OO-Onlv
0110 of 11 kind shown, but thoy nro beauties every one. They
(Olio in the rlihcst shades of blue, rose, wlstorla. brown, gray
lie, Blunt coats, ulegnully Mulshed, skirls nro plain nnd bobble
effect These suits will delight nay woman ot taste and wo
nro anxious for jou to see lliem.
8UITS AT Sl).5 TO S1.BO Wo show n,tillo n number
between thoHo prhob, only one of a kind In nluido nnd exact
style, they cnuio In blue, rose, brown, tun, gray, black, etc,
medium mid hIiuiI routs, lined with silk, plain nnd plaited
skirts, very dtess) and porfortl) tallor'-d
ll HI III'
On subscriptions to any publi
cation In thu woi Id. I rccolvo
subhcrlptlons fur publlcntoiu
from, any part of Iho curth and
ran sive you from 10c to 2Bo on
any ptibllcnllou you deslro. It
you want to savo monoy lut mo
hear from jou. I personally
guarantee till subscriptions.
All Kinds of Cooked Meat I
For Quick Linch
DULK CHIP BEEF. PA0TROMA,
DOILED HAM, VEAL LOAF,
PORK LOINS, PORK DULK 8AUSAOE,
FRANKFORT 8TYLE 8AU3AOE,
G. L. BURNETT
1(1 in A
To tho (llrl or Hoy who buyi
n tablet or pencil at our storo
this week wo will glvo them a
Comic I'ost Card Free.
Opposite tho Postofflce.
X"X-C-X-X"!--X" "X-X"XO.X-X-XK-'X' M-
Ualthfop, U. II. Worsbaiu, H. Unrrell,
FOR TABLE AND MEDICINAL
PURPOSES WE HAVE THE
I2iunnnn's California I'.ure
Olive Oil, mado from sclcctel
ripe Olivet:. Recommended by
physicians for many ailments.
and useful for scores ot palat
i OR.R. LITTLE
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THREE DELIVERY WAGONS, LOT8 OF GOOD
THING8 TO EAT. PROMPT DELIVERY. TRADR
WITH UB AND BE HAPPY.
I ( It jl ,k. j
i' 'i '. Li
Is tlio icost ci" 1 , ni .t d
than three Hid'.- tin nu'i
while it- ro t n, iit iriau n u of
1 f od I uo v n, has more
1,1 Corn or Wheat Dron,
. 1 in d fur f'aiili Hemes
or lings, will reduce your re d bills and givo better results
English Walnuts and Brazil Nuts
Cotton Seed Hulls
have more nutritive value than common hay
which cunts 50 1 er cut more, is more con
venient to bundle, Is perrictly free from, duster
foreign matter and Is healthful and appetizing
The Mixed Feed
forms a Halawcd nation" giving bettor to
Bulls, Increased milt: mid butter production In
Cows, and in Klein, Iat and uororal condition
In all animals than any other feed In tho world
reenvilie Cotton Oil Mi
X MORNIHO, NOON AND NIGHT
i Chase & Sanborn's Cof See
X ALWAYS HA8 THE 6AME HIOH QUALITY TO BE HAD
ONLY OF u,
I Moore & Jones
Old Phone 140 New Phone 140
Is To Give Satisfaction
A satisfied customer Is our best
advertisement. Wo will give a Pr
iii.Ium to anyone who will "show" us
a .Unsatisfied customor,
Wesf of Katy Dodol
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