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GREENVILLE. TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER J7, 1910.- SIX PAGES
. ie Boys in 1 own
Wo want to number
ovory boy In town
ntnong our friends. The
best way to show our
friendship Is to liavo
each one t jou wear
ng a Hudspeth
Spurlock Suit, because
wo know wo nro doing
each and ovory parent
a good turn, and wo
uro making a future
customer and Mend ot
every boy, "Tho boy la
Father to tho .Man "
Come In hojs ".nd
seo these new c'othns,
try thorn on, look at tho
little features designed
to please you, all tho
new shades In brown,
gray, full hnlckerbock
er pants, hair cloth
fronts, well padded
$3,50 to SIO
RESIGNATION OF ENGLISH CADI
King George Will Confer With AJ.
vlsers Regarding the Proposition
to Create New Peers,
JUST RECEIVED A NICE LOT OF
Fresh Country Butter
London, Nov. 16. King Uoorge sum
inoncd tho Jury council to meet to.
day, piosumably for tho purposo ot
obtaining tho advjco ot tho prly coun
clllors regarding his courso In tho mat
to.- ot giving I'remlor Asiiulth guar
antecs lo Incroaso tho number ot peers
HufTlclcnt to support tho government
In Its policy ot reforming tho house lit
lords. This summons brought togeth.
ed the loaders ot both parties.
Tho cabinet also held sessions to
day. King Uoorge nrilved In 1 ondou
from Saiidrlngham today and recolv.
cd I'remler Asqultli soon alter reach
ing the palace.
Tho postponement of tho gov em
incut's announcement of Its proginm
and tho fioqucut communications be
tween tho king and the cabinet h.io
deepened tho Impression that his ma
jesty may have refused lo givo guni
anlocs to tho creation of now peers
under tho present circumstances.
Tho resignation of tho cabinet ap
pears moio prohablo than tho disso
lution of parliament, Already tho ac
tlon of tho king is being discussed In
It appears difficult Tor the throne
to avoid being Involved in tho polltl
cnl crisis, nu outcome to cscapo which
tho conference botween tho govern
ment and tno opposition was arranged.
Tho extreme Liberal papers hint
that King Georgo has titen sldcB
with tho bouso ot loids. Tho Dally
Nows sajs that tho resignation of tho
t.iMinui wuuia mean mat a monarcn
I ial i evolution had been added to tho
i evolution of tho peers.
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Tho character of a Man's Clothes
alvvnjs lias n wondirful erfect on his
pence of mind.
To tho -Man Inside ot comfortable,
perfect fitting C'nthes tho worll
looka 1 right and ho Js at peace.
To the Man Inside of 111 fitting,
poorly n nde 'lollies tho world Ioorb
disgruntled and ho knows no peace.
S'o have 'no disappointments
store for tho Men wo
thoio's not a "sting" In a garment
I'eu(i,und contentment go with
Suits at ?15, 20 to $30
Overcoats at J1500 to 30
Bojs' Sufts at ?5 00 to $12.50
fSZSSgZT u 'ii&EnE c
fsj"j?r:n s? ff .
Tax Assessor and Collector.
To the Voters ot City of Grceuvillo
I author!, tlio Heiald to make my
announcomont for ie-ek.ctIon for ci j
Assessor and Col ector ot tho City ot
Greenville, I only ask tho people
i examine the books ot tho office) to
seo vvhother or not l have dono inj
duty. I have found over one hundred
lots in the city limits that had nev
er been on the city tax rolls as far
as the books 'how until laOS, tho lira
J ear 1 did tho assessing. Not onl)
this hut jou can take my books und
find every lot and ojivucr of same, bj
leferrlng to the abstract books whl.-h
tho city has never had until 1 weiu
In office. I have done my own .is-
scBsIng and collecting, theroby mnk'ng
mysolf better Qualified to fill tho olficc
1 now hold. I havo tiled Ui ml this
office to tho best interest of tho city
and tho people, showing no spcc'ai
favors to auj one person hut have
trlod to show soma courtesy to uli.
Thanking my man) friends In advance
I am jour for samo p.'acu lib day ot
JNO. H. LLL1S.
National Commander of Union Veter
ans' Legion at Columbus, Ohio,
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 10. Capt. N
than Munshowcr, nnilonal command :t
uf tho Union VotornnB' Legion, died nt
tho Protestant hospital this mornlnt;
after an Illness oxtendlng ovor two
While attending tho national moot
ing In Atlantic City he bruised Ills
light, log. Amputation was necessary
and blood poisoning followed, vvhlcti
causod his death.
HAS NEW OWNERS.
Louis J. Wortham and L. A. Petit are
Purchasers of Newspaper,
Austin, Nov. IB. The Austin States
man was lodnj purchased by Louis J.
Wortham, of Fort Worth nnd U A.
I'c.lt of Houston The nevvspapor hat
boon undor tho management ot A. U.
. .. .
One of tho Auto Victims, Near Death,
Remembered That Ho Owed
Now Yoflc, Nov. 10. Seven men
welo lujuied, tlueo ho seriously Hint
they' piobably will die, when tho auto,
mohllo in which they woru liding down
town fiom tho Walsh Kellei bout 'n
i)ron. borough early today collided
with a trolley car In Harlem. Not an
occupant ot tho automobile escaped lii
jury. Ueoigo Stivers was dingged uu.
dor tho car for thlrt loot and was
picked up dying. (Jims, Larkln and
Jas. Budhauan albo wero piuhahly
Stlvois' Ilrst thought when he re
covered consciousness for .1 moment
was for an obligation due onu of his
companions. Callng Tlios. Lee, ono ot
tho less seiiously Injured mombeis ot
tho part), the dying man said:
"Tom, t owe lluebntun ?U75 and he
hasn't even an I. O. U. for it. If )
die Bpe that bo gets It from my oa
For Tax Assessor and Collector.
The Herald is authoiled to an
nounce Virgil Jolmsoy as a candidate
for City Tax ABsesbor and Collector,
subject to action of tho democratic
nrlmaiy of February 4. Mr. Jolmsoy
was leaiod ton miles oust ot tliii city
and camo here to live twenty yuan
ago, aud has been hoio over since, lie
was with the Lotch diy gouds Iiouvj
eight joars, with l'erklim llros. four
j ears, and manager of their sioiu at
Ah ai ado ono jear. Ho Is now with
Iludspeth-Spurlock dry goods liniiji".
Mr. Johnsey has tilled all these pj.il.
tlons honorably and with cicdlt. He
has shown his splendid business ipr.il
itles In tho above positions und Is ful
ly competent to keep tho acco mt ot
the clt with caio and accuru;). Mr.
Johnsey will not bo able to sea als
friends until after Jan. 1st, when bo
will be at liberty to fcco them per
tonally, Thcro will bo no mlstuLo
made 111 trusting tho city lluinces to
'" ' .- -r -r - -
ice, jr I u.
For Assessor and Collector,
James A. McSpaddcu authorize!
tho Herald to announce him In todays
paper for the office ot city tax a
scssor and collector, subject to the
city democratls primary, Fob, 1th, Mr.A
McSpadden has bud a groat deal otjg
Marlage of a Popular Young Coup'e
ai 5 ociocic last evening Mi, Lon
Ilarbuck and Allss Lillian McCo.vi
were married at tho residence of tlu
brides parents, Mr. and Mis. Samus
McCowii, ltov. A. A. Duncan ofllcl.lt
lug. They loft on the Fljor last ml,i
for n bridal trip to San Antonio, ai.u
on their return will mako their lionio
In this city.
Tho hrldo Is the accomplished and
pretty daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. S imp,,
McCovvn, and was reaied hero to a
charming young womanhood. She li is
hold a rospouslbls position as stouu
giapber In tho law ofllco of Yates Ac
Starues for some tlmo. Shu Is liked
by all who'know her and has a Imbo
circle of frlonds.
The giooin Is ono ot tho llrm of W.
V. Hnrhuck i. Son, and Is highly -
toemed by all who know blm, as an
honest and uptight )oung nun. He
has lived In tho city sojcrul yearn and
Ib known for his IjusIiickb uhlllt).
Tho bride was married In a h'ue
bilk dioss trimmed In gold, and wore
a golng-awuy gown of gray Tfie
many friends ot Mr. and Mrs llai
buck wish them a happy .'in 1 p.'ns
Miko It a point to loarn tho V,
possibilities ot this storo tu
l CHEST DF SOLID SILVER Pou?t!rrrcrictlT'M,LrsIPpi
I and Missouri River Thwarted.
PRESENTED TO MRS. C. PUG3LEY Wnnblngton, Nov. 10 Tho attempt
A Farewell Tribute of Affection Frr.m
tbc Ladles of Kava. "
Last night was tho closing praor
meeting held b llev. C. l'ugsley ul
lvnvunnugh church, mid theio was
laigo congregation present.
When tho meeting was over Mr and
Jlra. l'ugsley weio detained by tho
.ifii.ita u.il,i lit ..mi ..,, ...! t.. .,.
k.ut.ua pt.j.u llliunuil, 11,1, i m IIIVI
meantime Mis, Chapman, Mrs. Kri- DENT CAUSES
.rail, .Mrs. Jouoa nud several other
.aaios went over tu tbo piuonio.
upelied a vvludow, got lulu tli. Iiouso
and unlocked thu doors, l'lu-s worn
lulled and tho rooms warmed. It)
tho time thu l'iigsIuH gut honm the
eiiud thu until u cungugatlou thuie,
and wero led to tho pallor vvheio cu
i tabu was u chest ot solid sl'vor,
and u pretty hand painted booklet
villi foigot-niouolH on the cover, and
-ho woiua Auld Lang Sjno' 'in the
nuut pagu and "Wednoadaj, Nui, 10
1010" on tho hack covui. This iiu
lied with b.tiu ilbbou and cuuline...
Iho names ut all tho donors lo thu
chest, which practically look lu all thu
A. i: Ldwnids presumed tho client
lo Mrs, I'ugsloj tui tliu church a'ld
Hpoku uf thu gionth of tho cliunl. in
tho four j eats,
tho four joars .Mr. I'ugslej has boon
,hu pasioi, and spoke of thu lalthful
buivtco uf tho pastor and his wife.
Mr. I'ugsloj and wltj wero taken mi.
tlioly by siuprlse, nuj tho pasiur ac.
copied the gift In u low and leoljiiR
words which were vei p ithetlc. ILi
nald tills was thu best chinch and peu.
ji u hu had uvur suived aud'thu book
let would often lu thu futtuu iccau
iho names thoy now so much love.
'I lie croud then dupatled happy Jut
A good deal saddened at saying good
Of about fourteen rnllwnjs opi-nUlng
between the Mississippi mid Missouri
rivers to resume mlvaiicos In rates, ul
eady condemned In Washington, was
thwnrted by a suspuiislon order an
nounced by tbo Ititoratato commorco
cnmmlmlou today In what is known
as the llurnliiim-ltantia Mlingci caso
ot Kansas City.
111 KILLED: AUTO WRECK
PRESENT WHEN ACCI'
I Tho Car Skidded on an Icy Road and
I.onov, Mass, Nov, lC. Ueo, N
llooi, trensurer ot the Iamiox Savings
bank, was instantly killed, and bis
brother Willis li Hoot, was nullouslj
mjiiied todnj when tho automobile n
which thej wero riding skidded uu uu
lej load and was overturned.
MIbs Flureneu Mahaiiun, who was
soon to havo been married to Ceo
Ttoot, was lu the machine, but was un
The Wrong Impression and a Glad Car
Some peopio seem lo think thej
aavo to buy something at our store
n ordor to get a froo chance an thu
llooster Kitchen cabinet that we uro
going to givo away on Nov. 'i'i. nt 'i:'M,
nut ibey aio wrong. All wo ask
.hat j on Blgn jour coupon and bring
it to the store and deposit It lu a
sealed box any tlmo before 3:'J0 of
Nov. 22. You are under no obligation
to buy anything. Call and sco thu
best cabinet made.
KAIKirS FUItNITUni: STOllH.
II. S. Chandler, tho furniture man
oxchnnges now for old pnjB tho top
for n feathers, etc.
Glass s correctly lilted to tho of,
lenses ground and madu while jou
unit Dr. M. lleskovv, Optician.
OPEN SWITCH CAUSED DEATH,
Fireman of Aiansas Pass Fast Pannii
gcr Train Killed In Accident.
Houston, 'fox., Nov. 10 Westbound
fast passenger train, the 'IJavy Crock
ett 'on the Sail Antonio ami Aransas
Pass r.illwnj phiiiRi'd Into nu open
switch nt Wallls about sixty mllix
wost ot here, near midnight. Thu on
glno was derailed mid rircm.ui W. 11
Tajlor was Instantly killed. Whllo
no roichus luft tho tinck, passengers
vveio badly shaken up, being hur'od
ihout tho cars.
Don't forget that Nov. 22 nt 3:30
theio will bo given away froo a $27.00
Ilooslor Kitchen cabinet. Halite's Fur
And can handle tho tr.ulo hotter
than before, thoreforo wo nro
hniiddllug a larger stock of
Fiulls, Candles Cigars, Tobac
cos and Slntlonerj Wo appre
ciate jour trad and always tiy
to give tho public our veiy best
ot attention. If jou havo not
paid our stoio u visit wo cor
dlallj Invito jou lo call nnd sco
Gioenville Confectionery Go.
Albert Tlschuinchcr, Manager
West ot 1'ostofflco.
New Tolophono No. 37-72
Many Late Arrivals in Ladies'
Coats, Tailored Suits, Etc.
Our buyer vvbllo lu market this wcok sccurod some exceptional
vnluoa In tullored Bultw, wrapi, etc,, and sent tbom to ub by express.
Thoy nro hero open ready for jour choosing. Tho stylos nro iin-
UBiiaiiy Decoiuing, tho materials itch and exclusive, only ono ot a
kind shown and tho prlcoa aro much Iowor thnn early In tho season,
'omo today and make jour selection,
HANDSOME COAT SUITS AT S1CJ.50 TO S35.00-Nohoro
can jou find hotter, values, linuilsoino broadcloth, chovlot, fancy
Btjlpo worsted, bnBkot vvenvo, nnd the llko. In goldon brown, wlstorla,
blue, gray, -tan. smoke, green, otc-medium aud short coats, plaited,
plain nnd bobblu aklrts. You will bo delighted with thoso Bulls, and
boforo the slock Is broken uimu and sou them.
COAT SUITS AT SO.05 TO S1K.0O Thoso como In the
bnskot weaves, Beiges, fancy worsted, broadcloth, Bhort coats, now
Btjlo skirts, In blue, gray, green, wisteria, roso, brown, etc. Hand
some styles that will dollgla overj' woman of good Uisto.
DRESSY LONG COATS AT SII.85 TO SIO.50 Thoy como
lu tho black, tho fancy mixed Bhadcs of green, tan, gray, bluo, brown,
filled and semi-fitted backs, Bomo with fancy collars and cuirs,
others plain, rich drossy styles, all now nrrlvnls, most perfect an
terlalB, ot deslrablo weight. Seo them today betoro tho stock Is
mm mt Brick
Drugs, In valuo and In price i.
In and seo our lino of
Sundries and Toilet Articles.
NEVER ANY TROUBLE TO
ov urus: uo
First Door Wost ot Fostottlco. J
Wo carry tho Celebrate 1 i
Hess Lino of Stngo Make-Up i I
nnd riequlslteB. ,j!
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'.' ING TABLES, CHIFFONIERS ?, , $
V X.i FRESH HUYLER'B,
X AND CHIFFERODE8 111 all (In- X
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. 1. IbIios and at nrlcos that can't bo A (( r
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X Y A FINE BOX AND BULK
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111 KB JLJ filing X HiprcBB shipments received I! f
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I? We ilfvve
A TMni-F DELIVERY WAQONB. LOT8 OF GOOD Y X
, - , . -
HAS 80ME OF THE CHOICE FARMS OF HUNT COUNTY
FOR SALE, RANGING IN PRICES FROM 25.00 TO
SpOO.OO PER ACRE.
IT YOU VANT LAND, SEE US. WE HAVE ANYTHING
YOU WOULD WANT IN CITY PROPERTY.
WE WILL ALSO LOAN THE MONEY TO BUY WITH.
WRITE FIRE IN8URANCE AND SURETY BOND3.
MAKE EXCHANGE DEALS A SPECIALTY.
Doth Thono Connections.
"A Shoo As Good As Its Name."
Do jou roallzo the no'i of a bettor grade of School Shoos
for jour boy or gin. Our School Shoes, in fact our Children'
Shoo Dnpartmoul Is tho pride
o lour Bhoo business, It is bj
easy to get Just tho kind of
Shoes jour boy or girl needs
for the rough kicks and hnjyl
knocks on the' romping school
boya and girls. Our "Kick Ma
Hard" ' School Shoes for boys
aro winners. Once worn, jou
will como back for the next
pair. Prices $1.25 to.... $3,00
A complete line of Ilootees for
tho misses, Better Shoi-s at same price here.
Greenville Shoe Co
Greenville Trlbo No. 2 of tho Mys
tic Trlho ot Montezuma will meet Fri
day night Nor. IB In Levy hall at 7:20.
All members urged to bo present.
J, A. Hodge, M. C.
11-18. Hi Bothell, M. S.
Call at our store and let us show
you the largest and most complete
lino of bouse furnishings to bo foiud
In the city cash or crodIL Ualke'it
Tickets on 8ale.
Tickets on salo at Gee's drug store
for Bryan's lecture aro going fast. It
jou want to select good scats do not
delay. Tickets 76 nnd 0 cents.
Electric Irons, curlers, motors and
LUvprvihlnz electrical can be had fro-n '
((ttiMjttM'tt tCt'2'ttIjM5 Duck at a moderate price. Phone blm
. This Is to notify our tilends
and patrons that wo havo sold
our firoceiy HiiBlnesa to Messrs.
Goodo & Swift. Wo thank pur
many customers for tbo liberal
patronage gljon us through tho
past two years. Hoping to con
tlnuo to keep jour good will,
experience aa bo has assisted In writ vX"XX-XX .y
lug tho tax roll ot tho county several1
times and Is familiar with ull tlu I
property ot tho city. Ho also serveuj
as city assessor and collector ot Com-,
mores for six years. Jim has many
friends In the city who. will help to
push his campaign. Ho Is honest -ind
honorablo lu every way "and would
appreciate tbo office.
THREE DELIVERY WAGON8, LOT8 OF GOOD
THINGS TO EAT, PROMPT DELIVERY. TRADE
WITH U8 AND BE HAPPY.
Is tho nost rp-tcintral d ai.d rlrt i fond known, bus more
than three times tho nutritive value of r,ru or w heut Bran,
whllo Its cost Is less than il ut of ctil cr, h d foi faille, Horseii
or Hogs, will roduco your to'-d bills and g!vo bettor results
Cotton Seed HuBSs
bavo more nutritive valuo than common bay
which costs SO per cent more, is more con
venient to bundle, Is perfectly free from dustor
foreign matter and Is healthful and appetizing
The SViixed Feed
forms n "Balanced nation" giving bettor n
suits. Increased milk and butter production la
Cows, and In Flesh, Fat and gereral condition
In ull animals than any other feed In the world.
ireenviiie Cotton Oi
Fresh Oysters Daily, Fresh Catfish
G. L. BURNETT
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WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM THE BURT OLNEY
CANNING COMPANY OF ONEIDA, NEW YORK: V
RASPBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES, PIT-
TED CHF-HRIEB, RED KIDNEY BEANS, SWEET CORN, .
SELECTED TOMATOES. THESE ARE THE BEST GOODS Y
ON THE MARK.ETVJJUT A LITTLE HIGH PRICED. WOULD J
LIKE FOR YOU TaJfTRY THEM.
Moore & Jones