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Why stay la your hot kitchen
baVIng bread, when we can d
llrcr you a loaf each day (or
only t cent. Think about thli
EWEST END STEAM BAKERY
C. CAMENI8H, Prop.
TEXAS TRACTION CO
"THE CONVENIENT WAY"
And Intermediate points.
For Information call upon nn)
agent or address,
JAS. P. QtllFFIN, G. P. A.,
M. R. FEWELL, A. Q. P. A',
cl ) church members CO", ami n total I
uieiuiiorbiup m mo lurco ttunaay
iuoois mu the two Women's Soe'o
tio. llrothcr Alderrons Ilnonclal
iwri snovveu me lonovving nmouuij
Picslding Klder $ 250 uu
Ulsbups n, uu
Lonfeiencc Claimants 91 80
Foreign Mission 159 93
Domestic Missions 90 ji
Church Extension ....,...., 44 gj
Education 2? u
American Bible SocICt) .... coo
Dolegntes to General Con. ... 15 15
Orphanage . 1515
Pa no and Untie Institute ... 9 lo
THE A1ORN1N0 HERALD
BY E. W. HARRIS . SON.
Kntercd at tho postonTco at Green
ville, Teias, as Bicond class mall
Tuesday, Oct. 25, 1910.
IContinucd Trout First Pago )
A 0 F.ue J F Jenkins,
Sockwell and J Stoonover. as trus
tees This was tho first real estate
oncu by the M 1: Church, South,
in tne town of Green Me After said
lots were convoyed to tho trustees
auovc named a one ston brick lnilM
lug was erected and ui-ed as a place
of worship until some time (date not
known) during the year 1S75 It Is
very unfortunate lint a list of tho
subscriber to the building of Ibis
bouse has not been preserved When
we consider tlio times and the our
foundings we are justified In tho mi
elusion that, men of various creeds
ana men without anv thtirc-h nrmi
tion subscribed to the fund and we
regret or inurli that the names cm
not now be glen I M Iloikln nn.i
owns and occupies with his hardware
more mis old hulldlng, ho having ad
ded another florj thereto some jcars
Said lots i and east half of lot Z
were sold to Hunt Count) and was
used bj tho count for a Court House
until tho j ear 1881 Tho deed of con
voyuuee bears dalo of Nov. 20th, 1871
and was executed by J Scoonoer,
G. II) Worshain, V V (dockwoll,
Jtflduard HaiAuIl, .Nathan Anderson.
A. u face. J r Jenkins, J S Alot-
unuer anu j it lialtlirop, as the Hoard
of Trustees fur church property with
in the bounds of tho Greenville tir-lult-
It was ni good Ifortuno to
know these men all of whom have
passed to their reward except Dr
Scoouover as Is slnted aboe
K deed dated 19th day of Novum
her, 1874, J V Jenkins Joined by his
wife conveyed to the thuich trus
tees the lot on which W'oslej Church
Hand'", the trustees named in the
ileed being J Seoonover, I It Dal
tbrop, William. It. Graham and J F
Junklns The lot described in this
deed Is tho second lot acquired b
tho church in Oreenvillo. After this
lot was pui chased n one Btorj frame
building was erected on tho lot, but
I am not Informed of the date when
it was first occuplod, but presume
that It was some time during the year
1875, when M II Ntcly was presld
Ins older and J 1, Angel the pastor
The llrbl house built ou this lot was
destrujed by a storm late In tho af
ternoon of June 1, USJ In the
course or tliio another frame bulldln
was erected on the same lot and It
lumnlned until torn down mid replac
ed by tho piesent beautiful building
f.uunii as uesiey unurcn
The lot on which Karnaugh churrli
nuuse sianus was the third lot ar
qulrod by tho chuicli In Greunill
ind was purchased from A 1". Ilamll
ton for the sum or 100. 11 detd ilat
od Odober 7, 1889, Ilrother Hamilton
Joined b) his wife, 11 J HanJltou,
iouo)td tho lot lo H. is. 1'orklus. il
M Arnold, W. 11 Goolbb, J. L Deall
and Ira O Wisl. trusts
I'ho fourtli lot acquired for church
purposes in uroeuville wab lot 1
uiofk M, located in what Is kuowii
Iluilesou College Addition Ij
August, 18UC, the writer donated tho
j'ji auo secuii-d lunds and bUjiLnlbetl
the Uulldiug of a church house on
said lot 'luls was the beginning .if
what is now known as the l.eo btteet
Chuieh. Tho house was llrrt kuowu
us licelor Chapol, so called in bon
or of tho wife of the Itm W. H
Wnu.lt! Atuthod hereto us an t
hlblt Is a list of tho substribers to
Ibis building Tho building was sub
dequentl) moed to a lot located in
Walnut Struct; later ou to a lot on
W'st i.to Strut, aud lattr was sold
to some colored people aud the) mow
td it to a lot in north Groom Wo
und are now using it for a chuith
V the 'I bird Quarter!) Conference
U Groom Ilia Station, hold 011 the
1 IU dd) of June, 1S90, W. M. 1'. Hip
o 1' U. and J 1'. Aldetsou, P C,
u it solution was adopted providing
iur u committee uuiuotued to pro-
ture tuud to build a church house
on 1 ne lot wuete Kuumuugh t'Uurcb
1 'it name confen-nte adoptul a ro
bolmiou which proUded for a com,
tuo to taUe iuuUb and repair the
oiu cuurcn uouse or uuiid a iipw houss
on Hit lot now otcuplad b) Woslty
fburcb. A topy of tho resolutions
adtpted at tUis toniereute la uttathed
heieto as an exhibit,
'1 Graham, W II Goolsby, lru
0 V)se, J U lleall, ud E U. Per
kii 1. wore uppolnted us a luuunlttep
for huvaiiaugh C A. lujford, II
li Matkoy J. Sooonoor, B. J, Wll
vains A II Hefner and It C Dial
wtre appointed lor what is uo Wee
1 y 1 'lurch
The Tounb Quarterly Conference
for Hie )ear 1830 and tho last nuur
" I) ixinferoneo for Greenville Sla
t'ou was lioM on the 22nd day of
uciouer, iati. no J. r Aiueioon,
the last pastor for Greenville Statlou.
repotted to the Annual Conforonra
f"r tiiat )iar in substnnce as follow!
'loi burcli t 0 isi s fone of w blob was
Wheeler's 1 bapei) tkrec Sunday
Schools fone of which was at the
chuuh hou f one at tlie s iuth Suliool
bulldinif. nd nnr at Whnrinr'ft (llian.
Thus Greenuilo Station passed in
to history alter having been known
as such in tue church annals for a
period of twenty-one jenra
On Sunday afternoon, Novensber 8,
ISOti, Kavnnaiigh Church whb oigan
Ized at tho old South School build
lug b Ite, J F Aldcrson, Pastor of
Qreoutlllo Stntlon, Mark S Androws
nctlng as secretarj. Thero were a
hundred and thirl) nine chatter mem
bats, all of whom enmo Into Knxa
nnugh Cburih b) cortlflcato Issued b)
Urother Alderson A full list of the
charier members is attached hereto
as an exhibit
At tho suggestion of Judgo -M -M
nrooKS tne new organlrntlun was
At a session of the Annual Conrci
euro, which (omened at Paris, Tex.i,
in .November, 1890, lllshop J C Keen
er presiding, lte 1' A ltosser wis
appointed pustoi in charge of Wtsln)
Church, and Hev. 11 II Casey, pastor
in charge of Kavan.uigh church.
Thus we set that Urother Uoss-i
has tho distinction of being tho first
pastor for Wesle), and Hi other Caj
ey of being tho ilrst pastor for Ki
The building committee for Kav.i
natigh church house was W. II. Gools
by, In O. S)se, J. L lleall. W T
Graham and Ueorgo S. Perkins, mil
under date of December fl, 1S9C, the
comumteo contracted with C. W Mr
Allstor to build and complete this
building with the exception of doing
tho painting and hanging tho pniior
at a cosi 01 juoiu t.atcr tile commit
tee contracted with Urothoi C 11
Chane) to paint thu house and hang
tho paper at a tost of 381 The
pews were purchased at .1 tost" of
$1050 and the htcam heating plant
for Seven or flight Hundred Dollars
Thu architect was paid $200, and the
Iimlor i:pworth l-enguo, of which
Mrs George S Perkins was superli
ltiid'nt bought the pulpit at a tost
The first quarterly conference waB
held In the old South School build
Ing on tho 27th da) of .lanu.ir), 1S97,
pres'ded over b) tho llev I S As'i
bum. Presiding Klder, J II V.mAni
burgh nctlng as setretai) DmlliT
Casev rtported ono Stinilnv School
with 175 pupils, two Kpworth I.eag
lies, and thai ho bad received
new members on corUtlcito since the
beginning of his pastorate At this
conference W II Goolsby was eleel
ed Sundi) School Superintendent
and Ira O W)se, M M Arnold, M
S Andrew b, I I. lleall, W. T Clio
bam, C I Ilundle), w 11 Goolsbj,
George S Perkins, Di v i: Peunln
ton and .1 II VanAinburgli were elect
ed Mtuvvaids, J II VanAinburgli, Re
cording Steward and W. T Giaharcs
Dlbtiitt Steward Thieo of these
men, namel) Arnold, VanAinburgli.
and Pel kins are members of the juts
cut Iloaid of Stewards
Kavnnaugh tlnirch hoiibe was dedi
cattd on Sundi), the . dtj or No
veiijber, 1897, by Ulshop J. C Gran
At the sosslon of the Annual Con
ference, which convened at Dallas, In
November, 1897, Urother Case) made
the following report of his )ear'o
work Church members 2.1.1, two V.n
woi tli Leagues, one Suiidii) School
with III oillcets and teachers, schol
ars 19(i, and a total collection lis
l.pwoith leagues and Sundn) Schools
01 jiia, cine cliurcli liiiuse", and
moiif) oxponded therefoie $S.2I00,
and all claljm again It the thargo
paid In full
IVrinlt 111,0 to s.i) a few words
about tho beginning of thlngk I have
stated that tho collettlon or funds
and the election or the house know 11
as Wheelers Chanel w ih tin. linln
nlng of the f,e Street Churtb rills
stnteuiont Is true in 1 llinlml son....
onlv The real boEiniiliie nf tli 11
chuieh Is far more slgiililcant It bid
its origin In a little Sunila siwii
organized and conduttid bv a woman
wno was little known In Greenville
As things go In this win hi ho u..nii
have been called an obscure woman
1 rofei to Mrs W II Wheeloi, whose
husband was nt ono tine an Itlnerinl
ii-iitiier in tlie Nnilli Tevas Confer
Urother Wheeler located alKiiit the
)ear 1SJ.-, and moied to Greenville
and lived for Mime tm0 In a lontcd
house neai the lot on whlih Wheel
ei's Chajiel was artorwarils located
IJ10) lived at such .1 illo'i,,,,,,,, r.,....
uu- e-mireii nousc that it was inac
ucaii) iniiKiBsible roi Slstci Wliec Ir
.0 .menu me auiiu.i) Sehool held
This was true as to tin ciiii.ir,.., ..1
ihe few families who lived neu the
""'it- 01 oiHier vvnecli-i Shu InvU
'fe ciiuoiui 10 nor bono .u.l
organized and lonilucled a Suiid.i)
aehool as best she eould under the
huuuibmiicus nne in.idu uu nppea
for help and had nothing to sa) about
the woik sho was doing
This good woman did not remain In
GieenvlIIei but a run onro n,i ,..
after tlie fauill) movod in .umti,..,
town, death claimed her
I liiivo It foi othe'is to sa) w hi tli
or Kavanaugb L'hurth can trace Its
beginning to a Suiidii) School which
wub condutted in the old South
School building loi keveral years"
lrs 'I P llethell tunc a brlr .m.i
aceuiat.- hlhtor) of ihe Suudiy School
biroro tlio organisation of Knvannugh
Church. bllOWlnt! thill n lltlln loJual,. .
Sunda) Sthool was organUed bv tin
beulor Kpworth league and grow
from this small bueliinlm. m .-,!,
proportions us to call for tho organ
.ratio., t.f ,1 -.1 1.
..,.. ,w.j ui mi- uiiuien
Mrs II u Thompson simke Inlur
est ugly of the orgBnUnllon, grow tli
and woik of the Foreign Mlwluunri
Sue let), making u showing which w.it
buiprlslng She showed Hint the
mimII but fulthful hand or women com
i.ubius ems noenv) iiuci lulscd and ox
(ended iriuoh tuoBov ti oug 1 the reg
Mrk j ji vaiiAuilmrgh for the
Homo Mission Societ), gavo an Idea
of tho great work done b) this soolo-
ij- tu uer own peculini way she
toll bow these devoted and touse
cruled women raise grent sums of
money telling tlit different objoeu
ioi which lunds are rulst-d In timm
She told a secret which mnir Im.x.
foiu with money Betting In tho fU
luio This secret is this a II111..
woman who had uu old skin
Hint for a husband. told nt
-heir annual meeting that Uo
got aioimd her husbands stlngi-uei-k
h getting money from the dm
er and ha. lug it charged as sugar.
tmuiuinuiHU men ni.iuu tpe ro
;uiuk tlitit the Kavanaiiuh n.n unnU
duuliilei lee surprttwd lo know tint
thoy hod paid tor $10,000 worth 'if
J&f lJ",'f U.dl,'t 8 '"to Uiolr coife
Tht- faUcwrtng touohlng nrtlsJe win
..-u n ii, uuwnian. on "Knva,
SlJg!?!?yyM!? !! Ill 1-1 1 111 Willi HI IWII1I IIIWWIWW WIIHW !! n
vMMxt&mmmmmtmmi MBifmKBcmTmmmm! j
Tho Ivhul Yoti Itito Al'vaj-i Uouglit, ntl which has been
111 ?lso for over 00 3 cnri. Jin9 loro the siirnttturo of
unci hns bot'unindo under 11(8 lcr-
soiii'l Hiiporv lslim smro Hh Infitiwo'
Allow )i(Mincito(le .'ivo you In nils.
AH CotintiTfelt'i, liii'tatlcit nnit"Jnst-n-'-(roocl"tiro linb
Kxpcilnteiils tlmt tilllo v thniM. ciiilnuirorUia ItrnllH oi
Ini'ujits unit CUlltlroii lixiicrlenco nejniiist lXiiorlmcitU
THE PEOPLES DEPOSITORY
W. H. UU8H, president, P. A. NORRI8, Vice Pre,
JNO. L. LOVEJOV, Vice Pre., L. N. DYRD, Active Vice Prsn
8. D, DROOKS, Cnthlrr.
Gistoria Is a Iinrnilpsn DMbilUtiio for Cnstor Oil, laro
1,-orle, Drops aim Sootlilnp S.vriipi. It is l'lrnmmU It
contitliis iirither Oiiitmi, Jirorplilno nor otlit-r Nnreotlo
Milisfniu'o. 4tii;ois its pintnuiteo. It destrojs "Woniis
(mil iilln.is Vt-viiMihnrHS, It cures DinrrliciMi and Wind
Colic. It rollivw Tcotlilnjr Troulilps, cures CimsMimttoii
ami riulitlonc.v, It iiKHlm. lutes tho rutiil, reiruliifes tlio
Slomuilt mill i'otiels, j;iiitf licnltliy mill niitlinil blcci.
Tho CJilhl run's Viiiuiccii 1 ho Mothur'd itJciiiI.
CEWUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS
f) Bears tho Siguaturo of
&r Jfc m AtVZ'
r sjt ..
T&e KiM Ton BhYe Always Bought
h Use For Over 30 Years.
Jnsif KTH t.1. NSW VDilCITV
Coeval aecording to comiran ai
count, with the one thousand olghl
hundred and nlnet) lih nnnlve
san of Christ s nativity, hognn th
career of K.ivnmiiigh Chinch and Its
subsequent blslor) An historical im
ratlvo lo tho"o who In a large pan
have been lactorB lu its making, 's
(Continued qn 'lhlrd Page)
CURE YOUR KIDNEYS.
Do Not Endanger Lite When a Green
..111. r!-.-..- ..I.. ..... !
Why will peoplo coullnuu to suffer
the agonies of kidney complaint, back
ache, urluiry dlsordors, Inmuiiosu,
headaches, languor, why allow thorn
sulves flo betoiro chronic invalids
when a certain euro Is offered them'
Dean's Kidney Pills is the remedy
to uso, because it elves to tho kidneys
tho hulp the) need to perform their
If )ou havo any, even one, of tho
s)inptoms of kidney ilistises, cuie
ourMlf now, before diabetes, dropsv
or Urtght's disease sets In Itend this
O II Pippin, p-ilnt'r. W Leo St
Urecnville, 'loxas, sa)s. ' lloforo pio
tilling Doan s Kidue) Pills at l'onl
S. Pennington's Drug Store, I had boon
irylng tor over two .veara to get ti
icucdy that would strengthen my kid
ne)s These organs hnd always been
my weilc spot mid I was caused con
sldcrab'o anno) mice by too f ccmont
pissigcs or tne Kidney secretions
Doan's Kldne) Pills chocked this trou
bio nnd promptly restored my kldne) a
lo a normal condition "
Tor sale by all dealers Price i0
cents FostoB-.Milbnrn Cq, liufSalo,
New York, solo agents for the United
Remember tne mmc Dotn s and
take no other
J. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .J.
l-l-H-l' - '1-H-W-p
MILUS L. MOODY, M. D.
Practice Limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT,
Offleu, West I. to SUtut, over (.1 lu
ll. uu lliotheiV store
TAKE A LOOK IN
and see lr there isn t something In
tho paint line )ou need. Wo carry all
kinds of paints, oils, varnishes, Btalns,
polishes, enamels, etc Tho brushes
to apply there with, too. Hvorythlng
from the sma'Iest camel's hair pencil
to tho biggest whitewash brush. Dig
line up to dato Wall Paper. Quality
and quintlt) the best and most to'
I G. White & Co
STATEMENT OF THC CONDITION OF
: ' -- ' e-V-4''--
United States Depository
r. J. PHILLIPS, PreildenL
JAS. ARMISTAD, V.-Pres.
GEO. S. PERKINS, V.-Prcs
H. W. WILLIAMS, Catliler.
W. A. WILLIAMS, JR., Astt. Cash
J V. DIHDSONG, Asst. Cash.
OF GREENVILLE, TEXAS,
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS, SEPTEMBER 1, 1910.
Loans and dlstcounts $556,178.18
X! S. bonds and premiums 150,000 00
Puinlture, fixtures ami real ostale 6,190.10
Cash and exchaugo CIO.Gll.li
Surplus and profits 27,222 54
UIIIr payublo 125,00000
Dc'joallB 58C0C3 17
1 ! YOWBOT vOT COlffiGE
I i ffBn 0 f I
! his . :7W( t
EDUCATION-- rUA jk
I IS ASSUHED 1P74 I
f IF YOU 1584'' $
jj BANK- --J IJrl
M ACCOUNT FOiIM NO WJ
Total $.038,285 71
The sbovo statement U correct.
S. D. I1IIOOKS. Cashier. . .
W. H. BUSH.
MRS. V. A. KINO,
DR. ROBT. 8AYLE,
P. A. NORRIS,
JNO. I.. LOVEJOY,
M. A. JOY,
trb h 1&
J. M. SPURLOCK,
DR. CHAS. T. KENNEDY.
R. D. WADDLE.
S. B. BROOKS,
'- N. BYRD,
3. B. PERKINS,
Not onb give jour boy a "collego" education, but also
teach lilrni to know tho valuo of a BANK BOOK.
Teach him to work and savo while young. Ho will help
make hit own way through college and bo a. bettor mau when
he cornea out.
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK.
Wo pay liberal lnlciest consistent with siuToty 4 per cent.
F. J. Phillips,
Go. S. Perkins,
J. M. 3 ykln,
J. B. Clayton,
A. G. Lantzne:ter,
Rlchter, H. W. Williams,
Mrs. W. A. Williams,
M. M. Arnold,
C. B. Jones,
W. B. Wise.
T. R. East,
O. T, Granam,
L. A. Clark,
E, P. Becton,
EAUTY of living comes onlv
"with beautiful surrounding,
Our beiutiful Wall Papers at mod""
ito cost havo biought true art within
the reich of all Your Inspection Is
SPECIAL TRAINS DAILY,
C. E. & WILL CANTRELL,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office .a l'h) fclrians and Surg.ous
Joe Becton. Edwin Becton.
BECTON & BECTON,
Physicians and Surneons
Offleo upbtalrs over Atthia Murria'
Ilacktt Stoic, west s do siiuaru. Doth
T. B. SPAULD1NG, M. D
Physician and Obstetrician,
tiiteuvil Oi 'Itxus
Office. butkwull k 'iaiboiough
Urug Sioie llolb Phones
DR. GEORGE A WELLS,
Graduate of A. S. O , Kirksvllle, Mo.
Consultation mid Ux-iiuiuutiou rreo
E. T. ,PEKCS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon'
llesideiite 1'liono Nu M. Office
C. W tiue's Drug Store.
October 15 JO, 1910
Leave Gnevllle 7.BS a n
A live 1'abL Dallas . . 10 00 a w
Airlv-H Dallas City.. 0 45 a. m
I.cnvo Dallas City l:5i i m
1 e ive Past Dallas .. . 5 05 p in
A rive Greenville 7 35 p. m
Cafe Curs Breakfast and Suppei
it Moderate Prites.
l.ow Etcurslon Kates on all Daw
$1 L"i Round Tiip on Suiulnvs
R. L. HEWITT,
Olu Phone r; Dt pot Tirket Agem
did Phone 52 city Ticket Agent
WALL PAPER CO.
-Ml West Iu Slieet
Protect four Properly
I represent Leading Companies
and am prepared to write
and Plate Glass
Office Gee's Drug Store
j! - ,-
ei. lore ji Losing Yalnable Time
Steam and Gas Fittei. 1 1 VlKv
J . . . . .vvv 4 g "ff V "I Tj h TS ?T
I d. L. LU11II1S HHl
W-J-H-4-J-M-H-r1 'H-J-K-J "H-J-I-H
SURGEON and I
Undergraduate Grind Rapids Veter
lnnry Collego of Michigan
I Weailiers Grain Go.
FEED AND COAL
Office ami Warehouses on
St, Jolui btreit. Opposite
Both Phones -li
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
W. C. MOODY, M. D-
Physician and Surgeon,
Office mistalrs over the Boull Ilnril
waiu aud Implement Couinany Store.
J. H. FRENCH, '
Physician and Surgeon.
Office nt llooro fc French's Drug
Store Hosldunto South Houston Bt.
Old phono J.77.
MRS, M. J. RABY,
Years of Exnerlenca. Rat R9n.
able. Poriwineutly located. New
SAM G. DUTP
Office over Commercial Nutioual
Dank, I.o Street, Greei.viliu, Toxtu.
A. R. Holmei
Only liellab'e Companies Ucpr
sented Office 206 N. Stonewall
Street Both Phones 3C5.
'fcrzXZZzSZ, , , , ,,,, '
I AM IN THE WOOD BUS.
NCSS AND HAVE ALL KINDS
OF WOOD TO SELL. OLD
PHONE 311. NEW PHONE -18.
1 II Turner
Plro, Automobile, Toiindo,
I Ive Stock. Phte Glass ,CcI
dent Surety Ilouds represent.
Ing tho Rest Companies only
B. O Wylie & Co
H. ASHBURN, MANAGER.
Phone No i'Ji.
Office over rirsi National bml,
That little girl who Is
begging jou for a piano
feels the necessity of
loarnlng music. Don't
put this matter off any
longer but come down
and buy a piano on
small payments, and
make her happy.
H-4-H--t-H-H-H- vK-M- -J.-H-x- -H-M-l-t'
Both Phones No. 28.
IF YOU AR NOT
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE.
W.H. Wilkins Market 1 1
Old Phone 192
New Phone 204
We are not in the Clothing
business but with our long ex
perience Cleaning, Pressing nud
Altering Uadltis's and Gents'
Clothes wo teil we can give jou
Jolu our Club be a ulfly Ut
Both Plumes Cotton PliillipB
8HERRILL, MUL,KEY & HAMILTON
Attorneys at Law
Offices at Greenville and Commerce. ' V
Practices In all tba Courts
In ScllItT IJulldlnrr over It N
I. Q Evans H U C4rn.nUr.
EVANS i CARPENTER,
-H'. WW ibWV.tat tP r,an.on,ee . CSJSL, Baal.
ELITE PRESSING PARLOR ?
ROY OEORGE, PROP
pirn Ciuss Work X
Prompt Service j;
OLD HATS MADE GOOD AS NEW '
X SQUthvreitwo 401,
Hone Oq, ?M. X
JNorth of Cpramerclsi National X
ED. B. WILLIAMS. j
I have purchuscd iho bust- ;!;
ness or Mr Williams and will $
roiitinne same, guaranteeing nil X
work mil retaining tho biiiio X
stand.ud at all tlmos. ! ro- y
Bpoctfiillv solicit your putron- !
X "BO X
X rhon s 43 y
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i: C. M. Christopher
r Makes a specialty of maun
f fattur ng and installing electric
j! Curry full line of nil kinds
t Elect! leal Goods
I ill Wost Leo S'reoL
. first Door West of Arvln's
'.' Drug SUre.
!' Doth Phonos 168.
Office at Model Pressing Parlor
Old phone 370 New phcoa 293
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2S3 West Loo Slnet
Hoth Phones 481
Froncli & Moore's.
Regular Dinner From 12 to 2 p. m. f
SHORT ORDERS To PLhASE AT ALL HOURS, 2f
A SUNDAY YOU WILL BE SERVED WITH ICE CREAM ?
X WITH DINNER. i
i Yours to Please - X
Tames L. Beckham
Weekly Herald $1.00 Per Year
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