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GREENVILLE. TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 20, 1910. -4 PAGES
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IITHE TEACHERS INSTITUTE
If you lmvc not mado up jour
Christmas lot us help you suggest:
mlud what to give lor
SUIT OF CLOTHES
THIS LIST COMES IN CHRISTMAS BOXES:
MUFFLERS, Silk or Knit
FANCY COLLAR SETS
And many other things too Humorous to mention. Wo
havo complete stork In every department. It Is a pleasure
to help suggest
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BY MAYOR T. C.
Large Number Present Several
Interesting Talks Were Made
The Best Judge of Meats
CAN'T COMPLAIN ABOUT OUR QUALITY.
And no vvoinlci. We select only tho very prlmest stock anil
the result Is th.it our customers always receive tlie llnest, ten
derest, Julcest cuts.
"ORDER AN ORDER" ONE TRIAL CONVINCES.
J. O. HAYTER & SON
4 Phones Prompt Delivery
At a o'clock 508terdy moininir
Supt. J. A. Thomas called tlio Hunt
County Touchers' Institute lo order In
CaiuoKle Hall. There was a largo at
tendance of teachers and nil seined
earnest In tho work. After a brief
statement of the work for the wuek,
aiiiu. iiMiiuiis imiuiiiiceu .vi.ior J. lu. i
It) id, 'in make the nddresa ot wel
come. .Mr. llyrd was gieeted with
Mr. llj id In his earlier jeara taught
school and his experience hna been
.hiabl along life's m. He made
n few hlBlorlcnl leferences to educa
tion, tho netd mnl necessity of tonc.i
eis to dlieet tho work of preparing
the children for ihe work of llfo. He
pointed out tho great responsibility
pl.uod upon tlium b the pnionts wlo
give the children oer to their euro
Many teachers, he suggested, do
not feel this responsibility null there.
b the children fall to measure up
to tho pnsslb'e mand.iul had tli
le.ichoi mils understood tho loll
power of their profession. The mat
lot of iiunlllli iillon depends very
hugely and essentially upon the
u'.irhor. The HuBtees do not often
meet the leiiiiiioiucnts In qualillci'
tlou and generally these defects
must bo borne b tho teacheis. The
touchers have hnd much to do will.
tho advance ot civilisation, Jn the
i new world.
Kvci teacher he suggested shmi'd
iknote much time to the study o;
ihe piofcsslnn nud keep up with the
piogiobs ot the piufobaloii. Kvoiy
day should see some viinnlilerntluii
Bivon id the stud) of the advance
ment ol the muse which repioseuts
hi much of good In the world of to-
dm for tho whole futuie. Unions
the le.iehei keeps up with tho foi
w.ud movement ot educntlon.il meili
uils, he inusi labiii to undetsLind
und lo advance with the udi.mco in
the piofogslon. Ho said that Oicen.
Mile nppieclates tho teacheis and
welcomes them lo the ell). Thj
teacheis are among the best peopie
of the countr) and ")ou," he said,
'.ire asked to ful at homo."
At the clobo ho was applauded
Trot. Thomas then Intiodiued 1'r.ji
Chumnesi who responded U tho ad
dress of welcome, lie suld ho wa.i
glad that he again had the pluiiBiue
of incetlUK- the toiichom and tho clli-
yens of Uieonvlllo. He was glad lo
devote onco n jear n week to tho as
sociation of the teacheis of the coun
ty. Tho Mooting is for the bettvi
incut and Improvement of the tonch
eis nud tho profosblou. It is wkh
the teacheis to gel resnlth fioui these
meetings. He said he fell sine ih.il
uaf teachor feels welcome to this
Xi. t Miss Naomi Boutwcll. No. ,i
Miss Inep Koblnion, No 8, Mils l.u
Mo Itrucv, No. I, Miss Horn Mcllrnv.
A condiK'tor for the week's work
was elected, fmf. R. t Thonifls ul
Cnddo Mills wits selected. Miss Hal
Hc Hyrd Sclionck of Cmldo Mills vv is
selected Reiicral secretary foi th'l
Tho Institute has been dllvded Into
four sections. Those sections lo ImM
at the Central school hni'dlng under
the direction of separate teachers
The seel Ions were called to order In
the afternoon at 2 o'clock at Centtal
school building, and the work tnk.M
up aceoidlng to the program. The
discussion of the session being on
the principles of spelling mid load
ing In the primal) tirades, '
TRANK EVANS HAD AN ARM CUT
A .Merry, Meny Cliilslmas for
Ever) body I
A little eaily bid we want to bo
Wo wiiut lo e.iil attention, also, to
tho things we havo provided for
"His" Christmas whoever "Ho" may
be. x ,
We're fairly blooming with things
suitable for a Man's or lloj's Christ
inns, Suits, Overcoats, Italn Coats, Hath
Itohes, Night Hobos, l'ajamas, Gloves,
Necllwenr, Suspenders, Shirts, Uny
hrellas, Mufflers, Combination Sell,
Wo might as well slop wo have
not room to toll you half Just come
Nothing prlcod too high.
Wa Working With a Wood Sawinu
Machine When the Occurrence
YeBterdny afternoon a sbncklug ac
cident orcuired lij which I'rnnk iiv-
mis lost an nriu. nud was badly cut
on the leg,
Uvnus worked at M. A. Ullnrd'a
wood jnnl nud was engaged with tho
gasoline wood sawing machine.
The suw vvns In iipcrollon when
Mr Hvnus leached ncioss ilm friimo
of the nmchlne lo get a wionch nrd
lu some way his arm caught on the
bins-saw and vvns cut oft and one Ion
was nlso badly cut The wounds
hied profusely nud Mr. lining wns
gieutly weakened by the loss of
blood, lie was given medical aid
as soon as possible and when i1"
was moved In his home on .Norm
JO0. E. JOHNSTON CAMP.
Memorial Services Will be H Id on'
Third Sunday In January.
A nv.ulai meeting ot Jos K. John
ston camp. V. C. V., held In the oftlce
ot 8. K Utter. W. M. Arnold pre
siding and S. It. Kiter adjutant
Scripture rending uiid piiior by Coin-
wide llnv. Hen II. Hounds. Hellet
rncnnilttce lepuited Comrade Win.
nmffln sick and Comrades OlillJrosv
nnd Pitts wore some belter.
Memorial services hnvlng been pivl
poned until after the holidays tluue
lore a inoilon curl IckI to hold memor
ial services nt our hum regular meet
lug, Ihe Ihlid Kunilny In Jnuuivly in
momori of our deceased comrades.
I. J). Spencer nud T. M Urine. 1'luci
vlll be announced later. On luotlo.i
the same committees me letulued ,ih
follows. On resolutions, J. M. Mo
l.ecd, 1.. W. llnike), S. II. Utter and
M. Arnold. On nrmngomeiits and
lirogrniii, CoinrudeB Hller, Hlnghiim.
11) do and lliirkey. On motion the
, (imp donated J II 35. n part of Cam
ijailp Webster's expenses ai delegate
to lepresenl this camp lu rftntu lu
union he'd nl Mcdiegor.
Some short talks weio mnde h)
cnmiiidos urging a full ntteudaiico ol
our numbeislilp si I all meetings
whether tegular or called meetings.
the camp having a moinboislilp ot
eighty-two members. If all will ul
lend we can have Interesting meet
tugs A special leanest was made
that Ihe camp meet lu call session
net Tilda) nfieruoon nt 11 o'clock
nl S. It. IMot's oil Ice. On motion
Hie camp adjoin neil to meet as above
and further notice will ho given
Don't forget tho time and place, lhs
missed 'wllh inajcr by Comrailu
jTlTEEN PERSONS BEAD .., u- ifnro
5 IIDEUUI1ID, II011UI0 i
And Teachers! 1
ELECTRIC POWER HOUSE BLOWS
UP IN NEW YORK.
Trolley Car Passing by Picked Up
and Whirled Against Automobile.
Priests Administer Last Rites,
Now York, lec. 19. Thirteen per
son wmo killed, two ot them wouv
en and llfty were Injured lu n double
evploslou ot pis Und dymvmjtc lu
he new electric power home ot llu
.e Yoili Central railroad toJuy.
The d)iinmlto blast picked up a
noitlibound trolley ear, lifted It in
the air nnd sunt It clashing down
upon an automobile which wna pass
lug along the other side of tho stiect.
I'oar of the passengeis were killed
nud oveiy one lu the our was Injuied
The r.illioud service was only tem
poral lly Intel mpled The now sub
station powerhouse, whole tho cv
ploilon occuned Is nt riflleth stroll
nud Lexington avenue, which Is lut't
a douu b'orks north of tho llraud
The explosion, which could bo
Iienul for many blocks, partly w recit
ed the lire engine house neaihy and
pieveuted tho llremeii fium getting
i heir npp.italus Into the Htieet. Mou
slgnurs Iji l'elte and Iln)es au.l
l-'nthers O'Connor, McCJuade, Hliiunlt
uiiil ll)ines or St. I'atilck's rallied
i al huirled to tho scone nud admiuls-
teied the last rites of tho church lo
the laoio seriously injured.
A BADGER FIGHT.
Of Style and
kit)', ami ho nssuicd all thai th
teacheis would londuct themselves ii
such manner as lo improve them
selves nud inspire the cltUuiis with
confidence, ilu was applauded.
11 of. 'lbotnas thanked the gentle
men for their vvordu of encourago
muni nnd help or the teaehoia.
1'iof (lie being iiuuble to bo piua-
ent Just altho nioiiiuitl 1'iof. l'hlju'H
of Coiiiuitrce was Introduced and ho
sjioko on the subject: "The Psychol
ogy of Mteratuio in 'the, (Jrade-:."
'j hu address was clem and able, k
was greatly appreciated by the teuca-
l'rof. Geo of the city schools, w.'
In troduccd und he look up thu sub
Ject: "(Jradlng the Schools in the
City and In thu Couutiy." Ho lold ,
a story at tho outset whlili pleas M
the tonchcrs. Ho took up Hist th
point of hygiene which he disc ussi-d
clearly and lorcefully. He jiolut 'I
out tho mod of pioperl) construcu-u
sclideT buildings and equlpinent, Ihe
surroundings of the building and t'i ,
ph)slcal condlllou ot teaclicr and pu
ill I'ror. (lee Ihcn tool; up the sub
ject proper, the grading of the cltv
schools coming Ihst, The difficult
part of his subject, the grading of
the country schools, was given cou
' I Hldcjatlon lu u helpful way. There
has been so far no effort on tho pari
of the state lo give Information rela
tlve to the grading of the countrv
schools out ho predicted that bufoie
Stale Superintendent Hrnllo's tern.
expires thai Ihuie will ho soniethlin;
accomplished in this direction widen'
will bo beneficial. After discussing .
the subject now the standpoint 01
nulhois, aluiiK with his cxjit-i iini c.
he stated hi wanted the teai hers '
discuss with him the coudHiuua u
they know them. I'rof. K T. N' 1 1 1
was called on and uudoukiedly mail.; (
i hit Judging from the app'.uusi- j
which greeted his statement. )lm
Marshall of the dreeuvlllu cl'j
A. J. 'Cummlngs Showed Nerve
Pulling the Animal Out.
A. J. CiitninlngB, wlio has been here
about six months wllh the Southwest
ern Telegraph and Tolephono Com
pany, and who la soon to go lo Dal
las to live, was treated yosteiday af
teinnou to a badger light, u spun
peculiar to tho southwest. Tho fight
look place at IlnlTakera Livery barn
and ipilte a ciovvd of t,pnita ttei"
The badger was conllued under u
big tub and u honvy rope vviib tied i.i
tho nulcinl Willi which 10 diaw it fion'
"Sausage," the big llrenimi s bu'
dog, was tho party of tho seiond pa i
to the light, and was held uir ivlili1
dilTlcully, nud lu the meantime hc.iv) '
beta wore laid ilmt tlie dog would'
win. I'lnally matteis w-n, siitiul'
and the iiuestiop Vho should pull th.
badger out wus doclded by Ihuse ul"!
had money up, voting to have .Mr I
CumiuliigB net In that caputlty. Af-
ter Boniu lieBltatloii Mr. Cuinmingj I
consented and the ling of spectators j
was siuend back out of tho way, who-il
Mr. Ciimmlugg uorvlly look hold oil
tho lopu nnd gave a sliong pull'
which hi ought thuuiulmal out Intn the
chclo. Somothlng struck Ml. Cum
inluga on the anklii nud thinking It
was the budget hu spilntuil fur ihe
stable, bal Suusage was game ami I
kept it fiom following. '
Ml. ('iimintiigs Is high!) dellgbiei'
with tho siiorl and showed ills nerv-i
just as S A. 1'rku did during in.
summer, nnd was coiikmiIuIhiiiiI I'-'
the assembled spoi ts.
American Federation of Labor Met ir
The Aineilcnn IVdeiiilliin of Lahoi
met hist night In l'alutors Hall with
'i good attendance. An election w.u
held for ofllcors for the ensuing term
and nfterwaids those pioscnt enjojed
u smoker and u good social lime.
The ofTicers oleited nin: .1. J.
Siaiiios, iirosldent, I'elK Mooie, vice
piesldonl; U.iu Itoheilson, llnnnclal
necretary; I.oulo l'ltls, recording roc
lotarj; ICd Iliooks, treasuier; 13. O.
AVlillNin, gilldo; Oenlgo Moore, guiud
Tiiislues: .1. 13. Whltson, T. C. M
inn, J. V. Ilrown. Delegates to
Trades Assembly, Dan Robertson,
rellx Moore, .1. .1. Stnrnes, Louie
flits, .1. 13. Whltson.
Wo elcnd to you n welcome to our city and our storo.
W'o would he glad to lmvo you come hero to meot your frlcnda.
Our sloro is an Ideal place to stay, most comfortable, and
doivtrablo and t!ho best place to do our Xmas shopping
Hero )ou have tho widest vailcty of dcslrablo goods, and It's
u plnro where jou ate watted upon carefully, nnd a place whoro
you can get thu best values In every line. Do not fall to pay
us a visit and hnvo your friends meet you at our storo.
llamlBoiuu furs as gifts, In tho rich brown, black, aDd
while, lu the single boa mid muff, In medium nnd large slioa.
some liiiumed with tho heads nnd tall of animals, rich ani
exclusive sljles for winter, nt $1.98 to S10.50
Ilandsonio lung coals In the black broadcloth, the fancy heavy
weuves In black nnd colors, plain nnd trimmed with tho rich
lunlds, perfect fitting nnd styles that )ou will llko at $2.98
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A CHRISTMAS TREE.
Annual Cclebiatlon by the Tuesday
Music Club Next Monday,
Thu Tnesdii) Music club will have
theli annual Christmas tree Monday
nfleiuuiin at It o'clock, Dec. liCth, al
the Rooster club. AiDonu desiring lo
tnuttlhiito to tho lieu will pie. mo no
tiry Mondiuuoa T. .1. McDiinlel or Will
Hooves un the I'lilh will not do any
soliciting this j ear. Any contilbutlnim
for the Christmas lice will he thank
fully received li the Music club.
Your friend will npproclato a nice
I'ountnln lcn for Xmns Uet It from
I'ord & roniilngton.
et him u nillelt Safoiv llnziir for
Smas al Pord ,t Pennington.
We have innrked our eutlro lino ot Ladles' Ilandsomo
Tallin ed Suits and Ono-1'lero Dresses nl
25 Per Cent
You will like these stylos, they enmo In tho rich brown.
blue, black, gray, wlBleiln, green, tun, etc., lu the abort coats,
trimmed with hinld ami fancy buttons, the aklrtB am plain
and hobble, In the rlili hrondrloth, sorge, fancy atrlpo worsted
basket weave, .Iblhuie, ele., those itro haiulsonui suits, bought
late lu the hoiihou nud wore marked at iimiciitilly low prices
now ihey ate all going in '.111 I II per cent tcna than those regular
pile.-, vvbl. b wete fiom tDVA In $35.0(1, now they are 7,I5
10 ... JjlUG.iJS
U! Ill 1111
THEY ARE HERE TOR
The fienulno Allegrulll Mux
Candies suitable for Xiims liltln
In half poiiiula, one und two
pound packages. For Bale by
Greenville Confectionery Go,
ALRERT TI8CHMACHER, Mgr
WoBt Lee SI. Hoth I'lioui-s
llonutlfiil Christmas Hooks ol
ovory description, rictlon, Poe
try and Juvuullo Ulfl Hooks,
Complelo lino ot Harrison Fish
er's latest work.
Pino lino of Candles lu spec
ial boxes for Christmas (lifts,
Huylor'B, Whitman's and King's,
best In the world. Trices from
DOc to $10.00.
l'ull lino of domestic and I in y
poited clgurs 111 boxes ot 12, 25. V
CO nnd 100. v
Holly cards, seals and boxes X
lo mnko your pieBenln look y
prottlor, post cards and book- Y
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X Celebrated Tarlier I'ountnln i'en
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"Jones Pays The Fi-eight"
Make your Xinus kuiictlous now, as our goods arc going
fast. Nothing makes a butter gift than n useful article In tho
riiinlture line For the best of phturo framing see u,
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1 tako pleasure In Infiirii.iiH
my friends that on Jim 1st i
will ouioc my milllnir) rloie
to Tin- Tnlr and to reduce my
slock, beginning Monilav. Die
6th, 1 will offer all
PATTERN HATS, y! ?
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of whli h I still have a nice .:,', .'.
line, at ;J; I J
There wl'l be some attractlvo
bargains lu mlllliiciy Those
who attend tills salu ilrm will
secuio the best
!iss Vadda ::
I GRIFFEN'S I
SEEDLESS RAISINS, " . v
PACKAGE DATES, Y
FI1UIT CAKES, A
'. ENQLISH PLUM PUDDINQ, 4
00 OX ONI3UVU SNOOVM AU3AHaa 33HX
ADBOLUTELY PURE COMD HONEY FROM SOUTH TEXA8
IN TWO, TWO AND A HALF, FIVE AND TEN POUND PAILB,
GET IT WHILE IT LASTS,
Supply Limited, Order Now.
You should not lose sight of tho flexible welt soles during
the long continued dry weather. The rainy season Is coining
and the cold wintry weather demand more substantial tihues
Wo havo mado a specllal effort to procure tho most comfort
able and moat durable Shoe for tho lady who does her own
work at home or tho lady who walks the streets to and from
their dally work. Bring to us all your foot troubles, let them
bo large or small, wo will gladly diagnose the case and cure
ve her . f.
experience In graded work- She guv, ym
her experience lu tht city m boon.. , i
It was agreed that the grouping olX
niaio studies In a slight incasun ' y
help In the work l'rof. ()adoii oi
Celoste nest disc issed the, grading,
Greenville Shoe Co
VWIiWvVv tlsCI4VA I tarles of the sections aro as follow
llbe lid of each section
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Is tho rrost rpnceiitiat' d and rl' licit food known, ban mors
than tbne t.iin s tlie nutritive value of Corn or Wheat ll'au,
while Its cost Is less than that of either, and for Cattle, Horses
or Hogs, will reduce your fe d bills and give bolter results,
dealing in general with the situation. , Y
l'rof. Thomas made remarks on ihe
subject. l'rof. (lee closed with an ,j
appeal for pure air In tlie school
houses. Foul air hu said, brluss
about catarrh and catarrh deafness f.
This Is by no means all, but a point ' y
emphasized. He pleaded for the lu-
dividual drinking cup. .''
l'rof Thomas look up the orgnulza
tlon for the week's work and re1 V
The sci n f
Make it a nolnt fo l6.im
posslbiliiles of this store iu y i y
DrUKi, In value and In prlcei. ,
Stop In and see our lino of
Sundries aud Toilet Articles.
NEVER ANY TR0U3LC
oy Drug Co.! 'I
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st Door West of Postoftic V
Cotton Seed Hulls
have more nutritive value than common bay
which costs 60 per cent more, is more coj
venlont to handle, Is perfectly free from dust or
foreign matter and Is healthful abd appetlzlug.
The Mixed Feed
forms a "Ilalanred Katlon" siting better re
sults, tin rested milk and butter production la
Cows und in Flesh, rit and gereral condlllou
In all animals tbi-n any other feed In the world,
First Door Wost of I'oeloffici V
Wo carry the Cel"bratil
II OSS UDt 01
and Rooul sites.
Make-Up 1 i.
Greenville Cotton Oil Mill
4 0fr KXX''X4vfr(
J WE 8ELL
I Chase & Sanborn's Coffee
? ALL GRADE8 OF COFFEE HAS ADVANCED IN PRICE
ft f AUOUT BIX CENTS PER POUND, OUT WE ARE OBLLIHO
ffff AT THE OLD PRICE YET.
Xi PECANS TEN CENTS PER POUND FOR A FEW DAYS.
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Notice to Ladies
' Prepare ydur Fruit Cakes and then senJ tlmm to us, sad
we cun bake them perfectly, and save you the trouble of
failure llotb Telephones.
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