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GREENVILLE. TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 19UI. -SX PAGES
le Boysui (own
Wo want to number
ovcrr boy In town
ntrong.our trlcnilB. The
best way to show our
friendship Is to have
each One ul jou welt
ing a Hudspeth &
Spurlock Suit, because
wo know wo aro doing
each nnd every parent
u good turn, nnd wo
are making a fuluro
customer nnd friend of
every boy, "The boy Is
Fatlior to the Alan."
Como In boys ind
boo these now clothes,
ly thorn on, look at tho
littlo features designed
to please you, all tho
now shades In brown,
Cray, full Knickerbock
er pants, hair cloth
fronts, well padded
S3.50 to SIO
i 3 I s ia ft t
."&lri WfVZJXj74! i
ICI1 U11 iC0
AND TASTE LIKE FRESH.
Wax beans packed under the Hurt Olney brand aro the
very tenderest beans Imaginable. ricked flora the' vines
when small and tender and packed Immediately lato cans.
So tendor and frosh that they require only heating to bo
ready for oatlng. -They'll tickle jour palate. Better try them.
BOOSTER CLUB MEETING
PENIEL UNIVERSITY PROPOSb
TION IN GOOD SHAPE.
The Census Matter 'Was Warmly Dis
cussed and Steps Taken for a
WW WW VW'
V j ifr
Tho character of n Han's Clothes
nltt.ijs has a wonderful effect on his
peaco of mind.
To'tho .Man Insldo of comfortable,'
porfect fitting Clothes tho worll
looks bright and ho lb at poaco.
To tho -Man Insldo f 111-flttlng,
poorly made Clothes tho world loolta
dUgi untied and ho knows no peaco.
Wo hao no disappointments In
storo for tho lien wo Clothe and
thoro's not a "sting" In a garment
Peace and contentment
Suits at 15,
' Hoys' Hulls
The meeting wns called to ordor by
Chairman Geo. Le.ivy. Minutes ot last
meeting were road and approved.
Tho committee on tho 1'enlol Univer
sity leportod that they woso meeting
with remarkable success nnd that a
tract ot land adjoining l'eulcl will
bo platted, nnd this put on tho mar
ket to help ralso tho bonus for the
Tho committee on tho Wesley Col
lege pioposltlon wns not ready to ri-
Tho committee on Interurban de
ferred report, and will mot today nnd
look over tho Held as tho proposi
tion Is being favorably met with all
Tli a census of U'eeiivlllo was next
brought up and was discussed in a
lively manner. F. M. Kemp stated
thnt the -Major nnd Conimlssloucis
nro and have been looking up the
matter and stales that thcro Is no
doubt hut that 'Greenville has more
than 10,000. And that steps should
he taken to have tho census taken
and possibly got tho Federal Govern
ment, to rectify tho statements of the
8,830, and that tho city or citizens
of tho city, take tho cousus.
W. N. Harrison stated that tho city
should have Gvfir 8 men under onth
10 take tho census nnd mako a care
ful and complete consus. Tho stat-
luent wan made Into u motion and w is
S. It. letter was In faor of getting
tho coriuct census nnd herald It to tlij
.Mayor Byrd istntcd that he had
phoned Congressman ltandoll and ho
btated that all the could do was to
bee If thcio was an error lu tho co.i
sus unci take a now one. Ho stated
that since the city has boon number
ed It would no an easy matter to take
Chairman I.oavy suggested that It
the city tould not pay tho oxponsa
of tho census thai a committee of
bo appointed. to raise the amount by
publio subscription. This was put to
motion and carried,
U. Q. Kvntis suggested that the club
remember the fair exhibit, and got
ono,that will take 1st place next jcar.
Chairman 1-eavy appointed as n
committee to audit tin), account of 1.
11. Gregoiy as follows: C. Al. Port
wood, A. E. Kdwards and 11, A. liar-
ino tonowing committee was ap
pointed on tho census: Will N. Hal-
rison, L. L. Bowman, Win. 1'lersou
Chairman Leavy suggested that tho
club meet twice monthly and that
called meetings could bo had at any
.Major Byrd suggested that twico a
month was Bulllclont.
.Air. Portwood thought thai every
Friday night was hotter as a commit-
teo could easily report on each Fri
Chairman Leavy thon suggested that
tho matter would ho deferred and bo
voted upon lator.
On adjournment of tho Booster club
a mass meeting of thoso present was
called. .Mr, Thornley stated that If tho
citizens of tho town would subscribe
to tho Block ho had considerable out
side capital that could bo had to build
a first class hotel hero and laundry in
connoc'tlon. Tho umount required is
$125,000.00 to ?200,000.00 and no bon
us asked. Tho lloostor club will bo
asked to take action and appoint
520 to....; 30-
. $15.00 to 30-
at JG.OO to $1 2.5Q.
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I MSfetfap Listen,;
f U'XnrtPtV wvn tS m if OR tm m m tt
wgr&m mm m s
nca. I u b. tat. orr.
A Shoo As Good As Its Niime."
Do 5011 realize the noi'd of a bettor grado of School Hhoe3
for your boy or glrL Our School Shoes, In fact our Chlldreu'a
Shoo Department Is tho pride
o lour shoo business. It is so
easy to get Just the kind of
Shoes your boy or girl needs
for the rough Hicks and hard
knocks on the routing school
loys and girls. Our "Kick Mo
Hard" School Shoes for boya
aro winners, Ouco worn, you
will coma back for the nest
pair. Pilcos $1.25 to.... 53. 00
A complete lino of Uootees lor
at same price here.
THE BRYAN LECTURE.
Committee to Meet the DUtlngulhod
speaker at the Train.
Hou. William J. Urjan will Elo his
locturo on "Tho l'rlco of n Soul" nt
tho opera house at 8:30 'tonight.
Thu McKlnney train will bo ho,d
hnlt an hour In McKinnoy to cnabl
Mr. Bryan to reach it nnd como '-o
Urceuvillo. So tho train will nrrlvo
horo at 1:35 p. tn. Tho reception com
mlttco will meet Mr. Urynu at tho
train nnd escort him to tho hotel. Its
Would bo n proper thing lo have 0110
or inoro automobiles nt thu depot to
conVcy Mr. Urjan and tho committee'
to tho hotol.
At Ihu lecture tho recoptlou com-
mtttco will be glvon seats on tho stngu
with Mr. Urynu. Tickets nro golns;
rapidly nnd hnvo nlroady been sold
lo tho amount of $160.00. Thoso in
tending to bo at tho lectin 0 should go
early today to (loe'H drug store mid
got scats, Thoro w 111 probably bo par
ties from surrounding towns at tho
locturo and tho committee) oxpcctu
that every seat lu the opera house
will bo sold.
THE MEN LOSE LIS
WORKMEN STEP IN FRONT OP
TRAIN IN HOUSTON YARDS.
Did Not Sec the Train Which Crush
ed Their Lives
I 81-..,, IFF Ah ftLD SWORN IN.
OCCURS IN DALLA3
Huurton, Tex., Nov. 18. J. II, Oduil
ltufUH D.uoIuh and an unknown man
were killed lu tho yuids ot 1110 llous
ton Hull uud Tuimiual company this
morning. Thoy wero all umplo)Cb n
tho company uud at-work when a ban
to Fo train uppioaelied and thej lus
tily stepped lo uuu side uud, us thoj
did mi lauded right lu fionl of a Trin
ity and llruzos Vftlloy train which
they did not beo and which crushed
their lives out, liuo death ot Odoli
was lustaneuus while bib companions
OLCuirvd later lit tho hospital. Daiolou
was a -Ml'Ic.iu and his ussociatei.
For City Tax Assessor and Collector.
Mania S. Jones announces to tho
voters ot tho City ot Greenvlllu that
ho lb .1 candidate for tho office ot
City Tux Absossor and Collector and
desiies to solicit their suppoit. Mai
lu Jones Is a joung man fully quail
lied to, 1111 tho leapotislblo office tor
which ho Is u candidate. Ho Is oi
lilghost character aud Is full of enoi
BJ. Ho was boiu In lied Itlvor conn
ty but has lived most ot hia llfo lu
Hunt county and for fifteen years has
hecn n Ti-sldeut of tills cjty;. Mr.
Jones Is a grcduato of tho Greenville
High School nnd has a dogruo also
from tho Cumberland University Iiw
School. His school and office trulnlntf
lit him for tho duties ot tho position
ho books and ho feels that ho can till
the oftlco In overy detail and got re
sults. Ho will appreclato your cmt
ful consideration nnd vote.
Sco V. 1'lekoiel for donning or dig
uing. I,onvo orders nt, J. C. Wlillo's
I ( .tint Bhop. U-''.&
Hooslcr Kitchen Cabinets,
Remember tho dnto, lime and placo.
llAIKITS FUIlNITUIti: STOllU.
Mrs. Humphries, Corsetlree.
Mrs. 11. 13. Humphries, corsetlree,
will bo horo for Just a fow days only.
Uidtes who specially euro for Paris
ian style, ploaso bo sure lo sco her
If bho does not reach you, ring her
nt Mrs. Shields' hoarding house. Sho
will interest you only If jou caro to
bo Interested. U-25
Our holiday goods aio urrlUng dai
ly. Tho newest and latest patterns,
the best valuos-for tho money, 1h whit
we strive lo keep. Coulson, tho Jew
I "37 1
tho misses. Heller Shoes
For City Assessor and Collector.
To 'tho Voters of Greenville: I now
offer mytelf for city tax assesbor and
collector, subject to tho democratic
primary, Fob. -till. 1 was born In Hait
county, Ky., hi 16C0. When 1 had
leached tho ago of nine jcais my par
onta came to Texas aud I camo aoug
with them. Thoy located at Temple,
while at that tlmo Tomplo consisted
ot 0110 store and a blacksmith shop.
y-After their stay thoro a period of
three years thoy heard of tho rich
boll of old Hunt county and camu 10
seo about It, aud 1 tnado tho movo al
bo. When I had leached Ihu ago ot
fouiloeu my father died leaving 1110
to hold tho bag and keep It UUud for
a largo family. I funned, you, I farm
ed for tho next five years, by tint
tlmo I had dccldod that the Lord did
not Intend mo to bo a farmer, so n
tho your of 18S6 1 left tho farm and
camo to this city, and began work for
tho old Cast Lino nnd Itcd Kivor rail
road, now known as tho M., K, & 1'
In tho spring of 1890 I went on tho
road as fireman, and after a fow ysa'u
experience I wan promoted to engl
ncer of which position I held at wo
tlmo of my resignation. I served In
every capacity In the locomotive do
partment from euglno wiper to pas
senger engineer ,but bad health got
my Job. I did not earn one dollar thu
first year of my resignation. 1 neod
the office Is why I ask tho people for
It and feel that I have sufficient ex
perlenco In business life to success
fully fill this office to thu Batlsfac-
tion of the public. I oarnostly a?:i
jour consideration and support.
Youra very respectfully,
B. T. FHYKIt,
Corner King and Oueal streets.'
JIako it a poln't to loam tho
possibilities of this ctoro m
Greenville Shoe Co.
i- Drugs, In valuo and In price .
Stop in and Bee our lino ot
Sundrlos and Tollot Artlclos.
NEVER ANY TROUBLE TO
oy mg m,
$ First Door West of Postoftlco. Y
, tVU -UJ fc..M vr... -- -
A Hess Lino ot Stngo Mako
V mwl TrnmtlftftPfl. X.
Farmer Kills Joo Dullock, Former
Friend M. H. Von Duoen Accl.
Dullas, Tuxas, Nov. IS. As
thu result of n nhooliiig nltnli
which occurtcd tills nltcruoou shuitl
bofoie 3 u'ciock Joo Dullock was shot
and almost instantly killed. M. 11. Van
Dusen, proprietor ot tho tooinlns
huiiMi wheur thu shootliiK occurred, 1
wns shut thiougli one leg near tho!
anklo but not seilously hurt. Shuitly.
after tho killing Henry Johnson, who
aula his homo Is noar Ivatifmau,
walked up lo l'nttolmcu Murray, llatllu
nnd Chtesla uud BUnqudered.
Shortly attor tho shooting tho in
mains of llullock wero taken In charge
by Undertakers Welland & McCieary.
Ho apiieais lo bo about thirty Jem's
ot ago. It Is said ho lived In Knut
Accoiillng to tho oftloois who made,
tho arrest Johnson decllucd to makd
any stnlemunt regarding tho nffnli.
He stated that tho shooting was tho
ivsult of n family affair,
While Johnson emptied his loulver
of nil sk bhoiB, only one took effect
In the body of llullock. This entered
his breast and resulted lu death bo
fmo medical nld could ho sumnioneil.
Van Dusun Is bald to hnvo been
shot accidentally. Ho Is the propilo-
tor of tho Central lodging housu al
oll',4 Kim street, wheio tho HhoolliiK
01 curiud Ho bus rcskltU In Unll.is for
Together With Hit Deputies Present
of a Handsome PUtol.
Yestordny Sheriff Nat Arnold was
snorn In and began his duties with
tho court. The following doputlcs wore
also sworn In: W. M. Henley, office
deput, Frank tliirnett, Jallu; Gilbert
Shlpp nnd George Uiignn, dcpuUoa.
This mnkoa a strong nnd eiTucUro
Sheriff Arnold hns been presented
by P. U. Hllnrd, ot tnls city, with a
nuo Colt's 11-cnlibru roolvor, which
ho greatly approdntoB.
To the Ladles.
It ou failed to get a coupon ontltl
ing you to a fieo chanco lit tho Hoos
Icr Kltchou Cabinet call at our storo
and get one, as wo wnut overy lady
In Greenvllto nnd Hunt county to have
a chanco. It costs you nothing nnd
u nro cordially Invited to call nt
our stoio and sco this tho grentotit
Kitchen convenience made.
RAIKH'S FUllNlTUnK STOItB
Call at our storo and lot us show
jou the lurgest and most complete
lino of houeo furulbhlngs to bu fou.id
In tho city cash or credit. ltalko's
UOILER OF T. & P. LOCOMOTIVE
A Qrakeman Was Also Seriously Scald
ed by the Explosion.
Toxnrkann, Tox., Nov. IS. 12nElaoit
Jack Dollioiuu, nged thltty-lle, and
Flromnu lloboit Thomas, nged thirty,
weio killed and llrakeinan T. V. Queen
or, aged twenty-six, was aerlously
sicalded when thu holler ot a locomo
Iho ot a fiolght tialu on tho Tuxas
and Paclllo exploded whllo crossing
Sulphur ilor, ten mllus south of heru
Uolhomo lived In .Miirshall, whoro ho
leavps a family, 'i'honias lesldud at
Longvlow. Tho ciow was unablu to
dele: mine tho uauso ot thu uccident.
Tho ilobrla of thu engine lovers tho
Will Give a Tea.
Tho ladles of tho First Uaptlut
chuicli will ghu a tea at tho rujl
denco uf Mrs. Walter Muumo nut
Monday afternoon. All tho ladles es
pecially Invited. F100 will offeilng.
Wo clean, press nnd repair oluthus
of till description. Try 11s onco aud
bo coinlnced. "Cotton" Phillips, tho
I'issai'r. Doth plioucB.
rZ!!$a? s,v .
la j lf Ol ai ,L0U uo, COfci
il m Vli I H I l'h"w N" Y"fc
Schloss Baltimore Clothes i
ARE WORN DY ALL GOOD DRESSERS
For they possess the highest degree of stylo, nro porroctly tallorod
nnd hnvo nn Individual r.lr Hint stamps them correct for any occa
sion. Whon your suit heara a SCHLOSS LADEL you know It's fault
less. Wo are solo ngonts hnro for thin handsomo lino ot Clothoi,
thoy nro shown only In thu most becoming shades oMurown, blue,
green, tnu, gray, black and the nowost mixed slutdos In stripe, check,
plaid and solid.
Nolo too the rich weaves thoy come In, nothing common placo
or ordinary. Tho manner of finishing la another point worth noting.
You will liko thoso suits as well ns wo, nftor you havo looked at
Ihem carefully, and you will not hosltnlo to Include one In your
v tutor outfit whon onco sou hnvo tried thorn on.
Como lu nnd lot our snloBiiion show jou this lino. It will Interest
jou Just nB It hns hundreds ot others ot particular tnsto and good
Judgment. Tho prices thoy aro Interesting too
If It Is a dray team j'ou want sco
mo. ,1, F. Leslor.. Phono connections
If It Is Diehard HuduitB toilet goods,
wo havo thoin. Ford & Pennlugtoii.
Aud can handlo tho trade bolter
Hum boforo, thoreforo wo are
hauddllug a larger Block ot
Fruits, Candloa crgars, Tobac
cos nnd Slntionury. Wo appro
clat aur trad- and nlways try
to give tho publio our very boBt
ot attention. It ou havo not
paid onr Btoio a vlBlt wo cor
dially Invito you to call and sco
Gicenvills Confectionery Go.
Alhort Tlschmacher, Mnnncor.
West of Postofflce.
Now Tolophono No. 37-72.
SIO to $30
.'. "JONES PAYS THE FREIGHT"
OF ODD DRESSERS, DRESS
ING TABLES, CHIFFONIERS
AND CHIFFERODES In all fin
ishes and at prlcoo that can't bo
II n kPtUtBUrjo. v
Tho bo3t equipped Undertaker Y
In Hunt or ndjolnlug countlea. Y
TINE BOX AND BULK
days Hamober, nl-
CouUon's Diamond Adv,
Coulson, tho juwelor'has some bar
gains lu diamonds which uio apprj
prlato for the holiday season. . ltead
what bo has to say on the diamond
DINKLE GROCERY CO.
Wo are again ready to erve
our many friends and custom
ers. Our lino Is complete in
ovory rospoct, and good service
ood & Swift
THE BOUTH 8IDE GROCER9,
CITRON, ORANGE AND LEMON PECL,
CURRANTS, SEEDED RAISINS
AND PLENTY OF TURKEYS FOR THANKSGIVING.
I 'North Texas I
.ealty Co- I
HAS 80ME OF THE CHOICE FARMS OF HUNT COUNTY
FOR 8ALE, RANGING IN PRICES FROM $25.00 TO
JjWO.OO PER ApRE.
IF YOU WANT LAND, BEE US. WE HAVE ANYTHING
YOU WOULD WANT IN CITY PROPERTY.
WE WILL ALSO LOAN THE MONEY TO BUY WITH.
WRITE FIRE INSURANCE AND SURETY BONDS.
MAKE EXCHANGE DEALS A 8PECIALTY.
Both 'Phono Connections. X
la tho rwist cfifiniiat d (in 1 uiln-i food known. ta raofo
than thr.o tlni tho n'ltrlilvr kMm of ' i(-oi Wb ai llran,
whllo Its cost is leas than id a' "t t-ltliir, m.d toi i attic, Horscu
or Hogs, will roduiL jour u d Mlbi ... d g've better results.
Cotton Seed HuBSs
havo more nalrltlvo aluo than common hay
which costs f,0 per cent more, is inoro coj
venltnt to handle. Is perfectly freo from dust or
foreign matter uud Is healthful aud appetUIng.
The Mixed Feed
forms a "Ilalan't-d nation" giving better re
sults, ini reaned milk and butter production In
Cows, and In Flesh, Fat and goreral condition
In all anlmalb than any other food In tho world.
i Fresh Oysters Daily, Fresh Catfish
I G. L. BURNETT
I Shelled Almonds I
'i Shelled Walnuts
"X-i-X-XfrX" 4 4"9 jp
X WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM THE DU11T OLNEY
CANNINO COMPANY OF ONEIDA, NEW YORK:
RASPBERRIES, BLACKBERRIE8, 8TRAWDERRIE8, PIT
TED CHERRIE8, RED KIDNEY BEANS, SWEET CORN,
SELECTED TOMATOES. THESE ARE THE BEST GOODS
ON THE MARKET, BUT A LITTLE HIGH PRICED. WOULD
LIKE FOR YOUTO TRY THEM,
Moore & Jones
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