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GREENVILLE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9. I9I0
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We discovered after distributing nearly Three Tbonsnml
of circulars for our Great Quick lluslncss Pre-lmentory Sale,
we discovered cry bad typographical error In prices anil
take this method of correcting the same.
Circular Reads As Follows :
A'l Standard Calicoes, nt ard 4Bo
3C Inches 1,1, Hrottii Domestic, nt yard 9Sc
Staple Ginghams, ard . c
I'nncy Outings, yaid ."". ,JUc
Cotton Checks, ard 99c
All Standard Calicoes, at jard, , i-"
3G Inches 1,1, llrown Domestic, at yard, ., Cc
Stap'e Ginghams, at sard 9o
Cotton Checks, nt yard 5c
Pancy Outings, at ard .. 9c
Our reason for this correction Is that wo propose nothing
in Ihla sale tliut fto aro not going to carry out Shall wo have
the pleasure of seeing you. Wo hope bo. Will open promptly at
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jjj Tunnn's a uki shok sale on
0 IIHRE NOW.
jjj Do't nstny uv..iy!
iof Vou wont, 11 you care anyiiiiug i;
about saving money that's sure.
,: It's time to shoo every male foot ,,,
0 In the rarrily.
You see wo need the room for
, "Walk 0er" Shoes, and we are cut- f
S ting oft the prollt and sometimes Ig
A part of tbo cost In order to etg It. 0
$J To giiu you an Idea of what's do-
U, All our .Men's $6.00, $5.00, $4.00 iSt
0 and $3.50 Shoes go for $4.50, $3.75,
' $3.00 and $2.65. '
: Hoys' Shoe prices cut in the same
Can jou afford to stay away?
A Complete Line Of
LADIES' CLOTH TO
ALSO A HKAUTIFUL LINE OF LADIES' LOW CUT
SHOES AND PUMPS IN PATENT AND SUEDE,
WITH TWO STRAPS-JUST THE THING FOR
DANCING SHOES. SPECIAL PKICES ON ALL
LADIES' AND MEN'S PELT SHOES.
Greenville Shoe Co
Successors to B. O. Wylie Co,
J. O. HaL
of overy kind, The choicest cuts of Juicy
meats. The vet, best of fod products, Wo
buy often, sell fostjJttMJnjKnra t,
THE LONE LWEO DUPBEES
ONE CAME OVER FROM PRANCE
WITH LA FAYETTE.
Grandfather nnd Father Died Ovr
the Century Mark and Nover
Yesterday J. H. Dnpree of Com
nicrco was In the city and Is a ory
intei estlng charncter. llu will bo SU
ears old In February and 1b halo
nnd hearty, Ho has his first set of
teeth and can read without Mslug
Sir. Duprco Is of Trench descents
as his grandfather camo oer with
Gen, La Fayette and fought for tbo
Americans In tho Heolutlonary War.
When tho war closed Mr. Uupruo re
mained as a citizen of his adopted
country, lie lled to he KI8 yeais
Ills bon, rather of J. II. Duprco.
lived to the age of 111 years, su It
Is a long lived family.
The best or It Is that Mr. Dnpree
says neither his grandfather, father
nor himself eer used Intoxlcatlug
.Mr. Dupree has a razor that was
brought over by his giandfalher nnd
ho bn)s It Is a good razor jet and Is
In constant use.
COMING OF DR. LAUDER.
Will Give One of His Grand Concerts
At Burleson College.
The coming of Dr. W. Wnugh lou
der will mark a distinct advance In
tho musical llfo of Greenville, for It
Is impossible to Ubton to Ills magnlfl
cently rendered programs and ex
hjisttvo lectures without n largo gain
in ability to execute us well as ap
Like mobt of his .follow country
men, Dr. Laudor acquired his educa
tion abroad, although lis did not, as
Is generally the case with Anioncans,
confine himself to tho study of music,
but mado a specialty of languages at
the University of Heldelburg nnd
later received tbo degree of Doctor of
Philosophy from the University of
Leipzig. He Is one of tho most In
terestlng speakers on the American
lecture platform; and not tho least
of his attractions as a lecturer, is his
sense of humor, while his fund of
anecdote gained In many years travel
and from wldo acquaintance Is unlim
Dr. louder Is Is a player of un
usual powers, this wonderful teclinlc
enabling him to play tho most diffi
cult passages with perfect ease. With
this ho combines extraordinary musi
cal feeling nnd interpretation. It Is
In the clear portraal of tho picture
In music which the composer had In
mind that Mr. Lauder excels.
Tho music department of tho col
lege has Just purchased a new Chick
ering concert grand piano, which Dr.
.under will uso at these recitals.
"The Servant in the House."
"Tho Servant In tho House," which
Harper's Magazine calls "the moil
remarkable play in the English lan
guage," which tbo New York Ev til
ing Post sas is "the greatest drama
of tho generation," anil wllch tho at
Chicago Dally News declarer Is "ihoi
most beautiful play of till azei.' will
be presented nt the King opcia
bouse on Saturday; evening, Janunryngs
IB, by Henry MI'ler's Assofinto Pl.i
o's, a company that liad achieved a
reputation second nulr lo iho play
"The Servant In the House" was pio
duced in New York a year ago. last
.March and ran all through the spring
and summer at tho Savoy Theatre,
playing to cro.lea houns In ?illc of
itho Intense bet Since then It has
been present?! l Cbl;ip,3, dan Trin
Cisco, Hoston, Philf (' iphln and other
large cities ot tins country and Caia
do, and has ba 'i unanimously pro
claimed by critUs tb moht ln:pii
tnnt rontribut'un to Ilia mulu that
rat been seen within tho nn-mury or
priBtnt day tb ju' sotrs The tn
t-ni cbarni'or . Ih play Is a n,)c
terlous Hindoo whom many critics
cull a reincarnation of the Chi 1st
Thu play Is, however, entirely mod
ern, Its scenes are laid in Dng'and
and tbo events of the famous ttory
are supposed to have occurred dur
ing a single morning In spring.
Monday, January 17th, 2-30 p. m.
I will sell at public auction, to high
est bidder for csbIi, a stock of dry
goods, wares and rwrchandlse, also
fixtures, consisting of the following
values: Shoes, about Jl.OOO; hats,
about JIM; underwear, about 0S;
men's and boys' clothing, about JL1C0
aud sundries about C50, dry goods
1 about $850 and fixtures about J25U.
I Sale to bo made al Merit, Texas, in
building now occupied by said stock,
being tha,t formerly occupied by A.
J, Terrell as a mercantile establish
ment I will be in Merit ou Mtb,
15th and 17th, or may bo communl
cated with at Greenville between this
and that date. A. II. NICHOLSON,
Tbese bojs' suits are excellent val
ue!, newest styles at snullest jmtIc&s.
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Olassts correctly fitted to the eye,
lenses ground and made untie yon
wa t. I)r M. llsskow, Optlclaa.
Extra special In winter underwear
for men, wonttn and children, lay In
your supply now McBrldo,
John L, English Will Examine the
Account of the City Officials.
In nccordanco with Iho law Judgo
J. W, Mnnnlng jesterday appointed
John I Kngllsh nudltor of the city
accounts. This appointment must ho
made each year b January 10th, nnd
tho auditor so appointed shall ex
amino nnd check up nil tho books,
records nnd papers kept by the city
officers, and shall make his report by
April 10th, iMr. English Is an oxpoit
accountant nnd will bo n satisfactory
CAMPAIGN OF THE DULL LEAD
ERS TO BE PUSHED.
Frank Hayne Has Gone to New York
to Fight for That
nounced on the
Jan. s. It was an
New Orlenns cotton
that Prank Hay no.
for more thnn a decado one of tho
biggest fnctors In tho cotton future
market, has left for Now Yolk with
W. 1. Mrown, tho bull leader. It Is
understood the campaign for 20 cent
cotton will bo waged not only In Now
Orleans and New York, but nlao In
Mr. llrown, upon his return to New
Orleans sboitly before Christmas, said
be was conlldcnt cotton would go to
twenty cents per pound. He experts
to be on the New York Cotton K
change with Hane AjTjndiiy morn
THE PRIZE SECTION.
The Gold Lettered Sign Goes to the
At tho depot yesterday there wns
a handsome Blgn of gold letters on a
black ground. 'Iho slgu lead an fol
lows: "Prize Section for tieneral
Condition " On the back of tbo
sign was n card directed us fol
lows: "Tour Man Section, 551) (lolii
en, Texas, I'rom H. J Sullivan"
This sign is an indication of honor
to the Bection boss nnd men under
him, and speaks of work well done.
It will bo hung prominently where
tho people traveling past will bee
tho compliment to that section.
A NOTED CA3E.
Murder Trial of R. W. Kemper at
Yesterday Judgo II. D. Wood went
to Waxabachio where ho will appear
for the defense In the case of tho
State vs. II. W. Kemper. This case
Is a noted one and has attracted gen
Kemper was an officer In Lime
stone county and killed Hen Persons
at Prairie Hill, In that county. The
case has been transferred to Dills
county whoio It will soon bo brought
.i.o mi. (.wiutui ..-. ... um tt cii-iiiiuria
of the World anil tho Commendation'
tbo most eminent physic! ins it was cssJ
till that the cnniiwiient parts of Syijl.una Park, Coney Island, New York
of Pigs nnd Divir of S'tui'i should
known to and approved by them; the
fore, tbo California Pig Syrup Co. pi
lishcs a full statement with every packad
The xrfect purity and uniformity of prj
duct, which they demand in a hxalii
remedy of an ethical clia racier, are nssuil
by the Company 's original method of nr
ufacluro knonn to the Company only.
Guest for the Wedding.
The following are guests hero ror
tho Jacobs-Itosentbal wedding which
will take place this afternoon: Mr
and Mrs, J. Purvln, Mlsij Purvln, Mrs.
Colorrun und son, Mel Ilrln, Henry
Miller, Jerome Pundois, Mr. and 'Mrs.
Sum Miller, Mr. and Mrs. R Karch
nur, all of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs, It. Jacobs,
Wolfe City; Florence Miller, Oklaho
ma City; Mr and Mrs. Jako Cohen
and J L. Purvln ot Parmorsvllle.
Religion of Childhood.
"Sometimes parent! and teachers
fall Into tho error of making tholr
own religious experience and be
liefs a standard for tho little ones,'
writes Dr. George Hill, "and emour-
ugo 011 tbo part of children emotions
nnd language appropriate only 10
those of riper years. This Is to do
unwholesome violence to tho child
natuio. What should bo encouraged
Is a child's rullglon, not a child's Im
itation of a man's religion."
Chandler Is Moving.
Moving his goods out of bis storo
Into tralni. wagons, buggies and
houses of this and other counties
Call and see for yourself.
Just received by express a largo
shipment of handBorne capes, 52-ln, In
the black, gray, blue, lavender, etc,
prices J1.75, J5.G0 and 9.50. Mc
Select one of theso capes now
while fche stock Is unbrokiif Mc
Wo can save you money on every
purchase made during our clearance
New uiufflera In tho rich shades,
Just received, price 25c McBrlde
Ask ua for flames of those who
Chi Namol. Uuko Harrison,
CARDINAL SAT0LL1 'DEAD
HE WAS KNOWN AS THE AMERl
I CAN CARDINAL.
Was Apostolic Delegate From Pope
Leo to the Columbian Ex.
Home, Jan. S. Cardinal Hands Sa
tolll died at I o'clock this morning
Tho cardinal, who was' In his sev
entieth year, lms been critically 11.
with nephritis for several weeks. 13x
tremo unction wns administered two
Sntolll was born In Marslcnno, Italy,
In 18311. Ho enmo from a noblo fami
ly mill eaily won high favor with tho
chinch. While yet a young man ho
was assigned lo tho faculty of" tho
collego of tho l'ropognuda, which ho
left after a fuw years to become
archbishop of l.ep.into.
Always a close liiond of tho late
Pope Leo, ho wns sent to Amer.cn tu
represent tho vntlean at tho Coluin
lil.in exliosltlou and iciualned as the
lirst npostollc delegate to tbo United
Among all tho offices held by Card
Inul Sntolll In his lou-j ecclesiastical
career, the one ho lecnlled with the
greatest satisfaction was that ol
apostullc deleg.itu to Aineilcn. Col
loquiall) he was fiequently slokcn oi
as the "Aiiiorlcau cardinal" because
of his Intetest In tbo United States
START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT,
An Invitation to Attend and Jolt the
Our Slogan: Dverybod) In Urcou
lllo in some Sunday school.
Today Is n good day foi all of our
people who have not been In Suiuhi)
bchoul to still t. It Is only the see
ond Sunday of the nuw- )ear. It )uu
do nut stint today It will be bard
er to do' It latei. This whole year Is
to be given to tho study of Muthews
gospel or the life of Jesus. Surel)
no study can bu moi'o Interesting
and none can be moro piolltablo Out
business men havo agreed to close
their places of business earlier on
Saturday night, and this will give all
a hettei opportunity tu spend Suml.i.v
right Let all of our clerks and
working peoplo show their appieclu
Hon of this action on pint of out
business men by starting to Sund.i)
school. Wo nre glad to give lo all
who aro not Identilled with Koine
other Sunday school a must coullal
invitation to join the Sunday school
of the Plrst Iluptlst chinch. Come
this morning You'll be uelcuiuu.
Time is 9:30.
I! L. COMPDHD, Pastor,
Klisl Iluptlst Chinch.
"Polly of the Circus."
Prederlck Thon'psou's "Pully of the
Clictis," which lomes to tho King on
next Thursduy Is ono of the biggest
attractions on the load and bu carries
a car of horses and the largutt
scenic production that has ever beun
at theKIng in a good many years.
Pay Wallace plays the title pan in
"Polly of Iho Circus." Ml Thomp
son, who built tho huge lllppodtomo
and Is the iuuer of tho greatest
amusement park In tbo world today
City, has spared no expenbe In show
lug this play on the load exactly as
,11 was seen at the Llheity Theatre,
N'ew York City, wlieio. It played over
I am still selling Ingrain nnd
DriiBsells carpel at cost It, V. J111104
Ilast Leo stieot,
Heo theso extra special '11 shoes,
for men, women ami children, you will
save money Mcllrldo.
Have us repnli
ring. Cod Fish and
The Pur Food Grocer,
Heall Illdg., 8. 8ton).all Btret.
Old Phonw 188. Nw Phono .
PEMBERTOH BROTHERS :
NORTH SIDE MAHKCT AND
Have what you want In both
FHE8H MEATS AND
Old phone 23, If you are
t, already cue customer, try u
will give you oood service,
THEIR SILVER WEDDING.
Mr, and Mrs, R, A. Ross Celebrate
Yesterday wns tho twenty fifth or
Silver Anniversary of the marriage of
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. A. lloss mid it was
celebrated by tho presence of a largo
crowd of lelnllvos from noon until
about every thing from turkey, roaa's
of limn and boef and nil that goes to
make Up a sumptuous bnnquet. Thcie
was also n beautiful display of ele
gant and vostlj presents
Mr. Uos was born in Alabama and
cniue to Texas In 1S70. Mrs. Hoas
.vas a Miss Hnttle Ward nnd came
o Tuxns fiom Tennessee In lfcSI
rho were mairled Jan S, 1880, at
tho homo of tho bride's parents at
White Hock. Mr. Itoas baa long been
prominent In mat lorn pertaining to
the fiuuors and Is n leading member
of tho Tanners Union. Tho family
Is one of Iho most respected In tho
city nnd county. Amongst tho rela
tives present were Mr. nnd Mis. Jim
IVrker nnd Mrs. J. II. Huiper of Dnt
Ins, the ladles being daughters, V. '
D. Hoss of 1ino Oak, It. l Kosh nt
Whlto Hock, A. 11. Hoss, living hero,
sons, Sam Hoss, a brother, and a lot
of g'andchlldrou Of other guests
thero were Hov. and .Mrs. W. 12 tlra
ham, Mr. and .Mrs. II. Q lOv.ins, Hov.
and .Mrs. I) II. Jesse, nnd many uth
Tho Herald hopes Mr. nnd 'Mrs
Hoss may live to celebrnto tho Gold
Several Probate Cases Were Acted
iesterdnj huh probate day In thu
count) court and the follow Ing easeB
woie acted upon;
O. C Mulkey was appointed admin
Ishator of the oslato ot S. J. illckle),
deceased, and gavu a bond for fU,
'Iho will of (1, D. HenBleo, deceas
ed, was adnllted to piubalo and J.
P. and II I), llonsleo weie nppolnted
exeililoiii without bonjl.
An application tu so'l laud of tho
estate of William Kelly, deceased,
An application was gianted to sol!
hind in the estnte of William Iluvrou,
III the estate of Dllabeth Snow,
et al. an application to puicltaso land
ns gi anted
'p.ie Will of C II Douglns, do
ceased, was admitted lo piobuto and
Mis Allono Douglas was nppolntod
nxeuitilx wltliout bond.
An npplleiitloii had been mudn to
thu (lovernor to appoint W H Hwnll
ton .1 special Judgo to act In tho raso
of thu ostnto ot W C (Ireen and yes
lorday the commission appointing
Mr. Hamilton was lecolved and the
oath uilininlsteied to him .Judge
Hamilton then granted un application
to Bell town propei ty In Coiiiinercu
and Invest tho piocueds In fniin
piupeny. This wus a ease In which
Judge Manning was disannulled.
SATURDAY CULTURE CLUD,
Met Yesterday Afternoon With Mils
The Snluiday Cultuio Club met es
torday afternoon with Miss .lowott
Howling with 11 good atteudiiiao Itoll
cnll W11B answered h) recent discov
eries iiniruig (be iiyramhls Miss Pen-
nliigtim iHi'ird tho lesson on the
l.'imuli Iiivnsh f L'Kynl Mrs Will
P. ltcopa sung most bountifully,
"O001I Night, Sweet Dioanis," after
whli h thu hostims served a delicious
Mrs John Angjn of llirnilnBbnri'v
Alu, was a guost.
Max Jacobs ami Itan llusontlml.
Y011 will need rubbers for many
weeks jet, wo have Just received a
largo shipment, select them now
Just received a largo shipment of
niiiiuiiu for iiiuii. women and chil
Good tlnv to buvo your fumlturi!
repaired Duke Harrison.
Of course you want to nnd .
jou can not find any bolter
! way of starting It right and keep i
It going right all tbo year than
by buying nil your Drug Htore X
want! from us Our dock is f
jj; very comp'eto You can most
i always find Just what you want t
it. here Our prices aro no Higher y
IV .!... Aluuilinrfi Wn treat VOU !lt
, Umil Biouniivm ".- -- v
y nlco and wo appreciate your V
' patronaeg. X
f FINE CANDY. HOT BODA, t
r ' : . .
fff risli ana
V Conk Hollu
Interest to Men
IS THIS GREAT
SALE OF CLOTHING,
Us an opportunity that you will not havo again soon. Our
entire' lino of handsome suits tor Men nnd Young Men are now
reduced 33 1-3 por cent less than regular prices.
In this lot you will find thu handsomest styles, la gray,
brown, blue, tan green black tind tbo fancy mixed shades, cut
In tho newest manner, finished In n way that tho rcost particu
lar wll admire, new cut coats, nnd lapels, In the rich solid
shinies nnd tho handsome now stripes, You will find hero tho
variety Is unusually largu and tho materials tho noncst, whllo
jour size Is horn we want you to pay us n visit, regular prices
of these suits were from $5 to $25, now they aro marked, at
t.UI to JIG 07.
Special in Overcoats, ll.ilanco of our lino for Men, ntjW
marked at 33 1-3 per cent off, theso are tho host and warmoit
coals offered nt such prices, they weio JG to f 10.SO, now they
aro flUI to f 13 00
Special in Shoes for Men
Odd lots, broken sires, jet tho styles aro as now nnd do
slinhlo as can he, tbej'ru all tills fall's styles, In tho bluchor
laco and button, welt Bole, newest toes, stylos that havo no
equal for tho money. Whllo jour sUo Is hpro wo want jou
to come In, regular prices were 3.50 to JO, now they are $2.03
lo $1 r,o.
Extra Specials in Furnishings.
You will find tho gieateat values of tho j'ear here. In Mcn'a
Negligee shirts, funcj hose, work shirts, dress shirts, bats,
gloves, knit undorivear, Iho lots aro somo what broken from
heavy selling stll wi hnvo such a variety ot styles nnd slioa
that oveijoue can be fitted. Theso nro positively tbo lowest
prices jou will find on tho goods.
Beginning Saturday, Jan Stli, our store will close promptly,
nt I) o'clock Saturday nights.
W0 iMKHjr OvKr JsHSvJv;:-
A Few Specials For Fri
day and Saturday
REMNANTS AT 1-2 PRICE
LADIC3' 8UIT8 AT 1-2 PRICE
BLANKETS AND COMFORT8 AT 1-2 PRICr D
DLANKET8 AND COMFORTS AT .... 1-3 OFF OF REOULAR
Illg cut on Men's, Women's and Chlldrens' Shoes,
f,0c Union Hulls, Cleanup Sale 3So
2.1c Union Hulls, Cleanup Halo 19o
Jl.UD l.iull"H' .Merino Vest nnd Pants, ...75c
75c Ladles Merino Vest and Pants 57c
5Uc Ludles' lllunUiod Cotton Vests and Punts, 38a
lllg 1 eduction 011 Men's rJhlrts and Underwear.
Prlcou Cut In Hvery Department.
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18 THE DAY
WILL GET A LIDERAL PER
. THAT DAY,
THEY WILL BELL AT THEIR
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OENUINE IMPORTED JIOQUEFORT CHEESE,
GENUINE IMPORTED FRENCH 8ARDINE8 IN OLIVE OIL.
OENUINE IMPORTED FRENCH BONELESS SARDINES IN
BEECH NUT HERRINQ IN QLA88E8,
DUE TO ARRIVE A SHIPMENT OF GENUINE IMPORTED
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TO TRADE VITH
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