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t VOLUME XX ENVILLE. TEXAS, .TUESDAY MORNING, TANUARY 18. 19J0. NO. 107 GFJE I ii . i . . ;;.; WSJ ,iv.n.JW WW W W WW o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Don't Forget That Naylor's Quick Busirvess Sale Is Still Going On AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL Saturday Night, Janu ary 22,1910 fc K&- rttfitt .,?? ittstJSi ?5t??55?;v 0 ) m "" f -i - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 & 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000 00000000 00000000 000 $000 0000 r ? T t y y y y y y THIS IS THE GREATEST BARGAIN GIVING SALE EVER HELD IN GREENVILLE. EVERY ARTICLE IN THE HOUSE HAS BEEN REDUCED, NOTHING BEING HELDJN RESERVE STEP LIVELY TAKE ACTION. MAKE YOUR DOLLARS DO DOUBLE DUTY. WE SELL PICTORIAL REVIEW PAT TERNS ASK FOR FASHION SHEET. V 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 eb serious oneL:: RE IN PARIS LAST NIGHT. BALLINGER ACCUSED OF IMPROP ER USE OF FUNDS. Accused of Using Public Funds to Pay the Traveling Expenses of His Nephew. 0 Washing, Jan. 1". Charges against Societary of lntorlor ll.illlnget .nut other officials nllogtng Improper u&o of iiubltc f unils tu imy tho private traveling dxpcuscs of thu neuhow of tho secretary vvcro mado In an nfflila lt H'ed todaj by HepiesentatKo Hitchcock (Democrat, Nebraska) with tho house commlttoc on expenditures in tho interior depaitnietit. m m ARRIVED FROM TEXARKANA. Two Sisters Met for the First Time In Twenty-Four Years. Mrs Qulllln, of Tuxarhana, who ar rived on tho Cotton licit train Hatur- il.i evening was mot at tho tinlu by her sister, .Mrs. W. V MoBley, anil It uaB n gio.it meeting as thoy hail not seen each other for twenty four years Others who met them at tho depot were Mrs .1 T. Muse, .Mr mill Mis. .1 O Mosloy, :-hs 1, M Moiley, ot Port Worth, Mr. V A Hiuun, Hughes Springs. Mrs W V Mosley nnd sister reft on Sunday for l.unt! Oal. accompanied hi little Misses Alma and Uessio llluUvvoll Thej all took dinner vvithi Mrs. .1 O Moslcy hole Mis L M. Music) and chlldien, Mlsbcs May Kennedy and Mrs 1 W. NicMca dined with them, and all acconipanleil them to the depot where thoy depait td for Louc Oak .1. O Mosloy Mas llieninn on tho train that took tho part) to Lone Oak As they ilcpirt cd they all oxpresbed thenifeelvcs as having had a delightful evening with Mrs J. O Mosley ree Buildings on the West Side of Square Destroyed. Paris, Tex., Jan. 1". riro which started at 10:40 tonight In tho one storj brick building on tho west sldo of tho bcpinro occupied by the UiMado Milliner) Co. and tho Singer Sew lug Machine Cominny totnll destroyed thcsc-ulldR rM spread to tho old Farmers & Merchants bank building on tho north nnd tho two story brick on tho south owned by T. H. llrond, and these two are now burning. Tho old bank building was occupied by Qrlener & Mohr drug sloro on tho first Uoor nnd tho Lamar Club on tho second. Tho llrond building was occupied b) l'alrfu & Crook Hard viaro Co Tho wind was from tho south when the llro started and cai rlod the lire to the building on the noi th and then suddenlj changed in omul tu tho noith and spiend tho llro to tho building on" tho smith, which is a corner and the lire was mopped theie The amount of dan, age nnd Insurant u could not lie learn od as the Hie was still burning In tin to two places Tho loss however will be l.uge, that tit the millinery eonipaii ami tho Slnget Sewing Ma chine company being total Tl PfllSONJOR WALSH CONVICTED BANKER LOSES THE LAST FIGHT. THE PYTHIAN SISTERS A TEMPLE OF THE ORDER OR GANIZED HERE YESTERDAY. Officers Were Elected and Installed Last NJjiht Starts Out With Seventy Members. :-w-:-;-ww-x.Kc-v ODD FELLOWS INSTALLATION. Our Sensational y y y y y y i y y y 7y y y y y y y y y y y y y Is the greatest shoo huvtng proposition ever put on In Green ville If ou are lu need ot anything in footvve-ir it will pay you to attend this snlu ALL SHOES REDUCED NOTHING RESERVED. All or our Ladles' cloth or suede top button J" .'0 and $100 shoes are selling at $2.45 Many odd lots and broken lines ale Belling at just f tuulr original price. 7.i pairs of Stacej Adams patent leather In hut ton and lace, JO 00 shoes are selling nt $3.00 All vlel kid Stacey Atlnms shoeii $125 Vou must see these great bargains in shoes io appreclato them and It will iuj you to Unit Ihl sale at onco See our circular for prJcea. Greenville Shoe Co. West Side of Square z y y y y f y y y y t y y y y y y Officers Were Installed Followed by a Banquet. I he KIo)d Odd Kellows had a big time Satuidaj night at the Installation ol ofllcers II 1, Caipenter, Sid L Arnold and Uiluerl Sliliip attended from (Jrecn ville Address.es were n-ndo by Guild M ister Spanglur, of llonham, and II. L Carpenter. Aftei tho meeting the Sisters of Itebecca spread a sumptuous feast which was gioatli enjoyed 'lhu Klo)d Odd rellovvs proved tliemselies hospitable entertainers and the Hreen villi' vislois speak lilghl) of their enierlalmnent Must Serve Five Years In tho Pen itentiary at Leavenworth, Kansas. Washington, Jan 17 The petition for a writ of coitiorarl lu the cuso of John Wnlsh, former prosldent of tho Uhlcngo National bank, uudor sen lenco to llvo years' Imprisonment In Hie I'eoral prison at J.eavonvvoith, Kans, on a chargo of misapplying fund of tho bank, was denied todaj by tho Bupreno court of tho United States Two weeks ago a meeting was held preliminary to oriranltlnn n Tm.ii.in of tho I'jthlan Sisters, an auxlllarj ui inu tv.uiguis oi l'jiuins, vvlien u out llclcnt number of tutrriM weio Biib scribed to warrant sending ror a charter. esterdaj Mrs. J. L. Cole, of Denl- son, u i) ii. u, was huro and at o clock in tlio afternoon inu Tomplo ....-, uiK.iiuiiiMi uy eieci.iig orttcers The Temple starts out with aevent) men .hers which makes It a strong orgnnlatloii from the Btart. List night the- olllceis weio Inslall ed b tho following Installing orflcers Mrs. J. I, Cole, IJ 1) tl C , .Mrs 1' S. Nix, a , Mrs. I'o Anderstni. (I M. The orTlcerH who vveie Installed mo as follows. Mrs. .1. A. Hndge, null i.M.-uiieiii iniei ot tne Temple. Mis J U. Itediiion. nxcelleut Si-iiim or lhu Temple, Mrs 1, p IHrrls, nx eelleut Junloi or the Tmnnl.. i. Ida l.asater. Manager or tho 1'eniplo, -Mrs It. Q Tolbert, .Mistress of U. oids ami Coiresiiondeiico; Mrs 11 C Allen, Mistress of rinancu, MIbs Leti Zlpt Davidson, I'totector of the Teui pie, Mrs S L. Arnold, Guaid or tho outer Temple, Mis .1 I- n Young Past Ciller ot the Temple. Trustees Mrs (leorge Davidson, .Mrs llonrv Nix, Mis T S Nix. Theio w ill be n. nicotine at 2 o'clock this afternoon at which Him, i.,nu who wish to becoinu charter members or the Temple may ciimn mid Join. KNAPPEN TO SUCCEER LURTON tttrttMJttVt THE SHOE MAN Soles Shoes Fo 75 cents. At Old Stand, Next Door to Arvin's Drugstore. At the Lyric. The l.yuc ins a splendid vaudeville bill for this week Alba .t Ablot In a hliiKlnir and talking comedy sketch that's gieat They both have exceptionally good voices and their songs nio swell lhe Jokes are new anil 'After Office Hours" made a hit vviih the picked hom.0 last night .Miss Knthcrluu runlet does some clever lightning crayon work. A pic tun which made an especial hit last night was one of a lion which with ii tow strokes alio deftly transfoiincd into the mighiy Nlmrod of Africa Koosevell, who shot It. While tliaw ing tiie pictures sho keeps up a con limiiil chattel that keeps the crowd laughing 'ibis Is l cully an imiiMially good bill New plenties tuiil songs eveiy day Walsh Makes no Comment. Chicago, Jan 17 John Walsh re celled news of tho supreme court!, decision .u his offices in tho Grand Central depot nut! lefusod to make any comment or statement MRS MORROW DEAD. SArE CRACKED DY BURGLARS. CVmc Committed at Rex, Near City of Muskogee. Mnskosee, Oklu Jan 17 Tho post office at Hev. seven .lies north of here was enteied by buiglars eml) tills morning mid the safe rilled (' ackKinen obtained three handled doll us worth of stamps and escaped Tin1 building w aB w locked by the ex plosion CitieiiB weio awakened by the uulse, hut found no clows " m Perkins Bios Co. showing novr muslin wear, embroideries ami white goods New lied Seal (iiilghanis JOc Itliih. Ilros Co -Per ,':'.' --:: I 1 JJhGn Manhattan Shirts X fTWlllllll a Wo ,line put a'1 om JI(l"'"n '" Shirts Into tliU bale no I V v lliSlllHli II reservations or exceptions Wr vo bought large lines of Spring If' Vift J'f Willi II Shirts, and wo must inako room for them 'lake an Inventory Y ) k WrXf II III 'J of everything you need In Shuts for any puipose, and como y V li, WvV H II III 1 hero at onco Wo offer no uncertain Shlitn nt this salo but X W'i' J'V-V'VySy IIIHI II Shirts mado by one of tho best Shirt Makers Nolo those vuluos T X. s- "7' lir-f ni"' I'11'"' " ou "pect to fontluuu wearing Shirts, yuu'll do i vf J hsz&r Sm well to stock up 1$a 4 TnMBi M& All $S00 Manhattan Shirts Ml I I nmi luring this snlo on QC ja IS v l tmw tt 3ticu tlffl i II vlli, ASI $2 50 Manhattan Hlvlrts M vH I X lltll lurlne this nalo O-I QC j t r ! m it k'l i iiiii bt .. i wr T.. ...... fti X S l'i0T''V A" " 'M Manhattan Shlrls during this sale IJ1 1C iffl f"t JlfJ at . $iilJ mj$ ,.v.a.'h'h'vviVihhVijji.'jjjjuuj.aa.uj..v.i'hvi. VmVhVjVVm!mVWnVVh tri.. rfT 4A vmbwr 1 ui VTrMfrroTYy' i f " c r - rr" A'l 12 00 Manhattan Shirts tluri'ig this salo Ol C at Ol iOU All 1 75 Manhattan Shirts during this n.ilu Ol Q( vp I lOU Was Brought Here From Paula Val ley for Burial. Yesterday morning lhu i villains of Mrs Tniiicls Morion arilved from Pauls Valley, Okla , and weio taken to the home of Mis W It (Irahnin lu the north pa it of the city, whole at 1 o'clock thu funeral services vvulu conducted by Di .1 S Hill, and tho burial was In Knst Mount Cemetery Mis Monow died ot pneumonia, lif ter a tlnee weeks Illness She was visiting hoi Mm, John Morion, and family at Paula Valley, Okla, when sho was taken hlt'k She had lived 111 Ciieeiivllle leu yeais coming Irom Paris She was 57 yeais old ami u native of Arkansas She vv.ib a good chilstlan, n member of then llaptlst cuuicii snu loavi'H two suns, John and JauiuK Mib Morrow was highly esieeimd by all who knew her and hei death villi cause wirrow to many menus lu tins city Nomination of Mlchlaan Man Sent to Senate. Washington, Jim 17 Piesldent T.ift today sent to the bcnito the noni Illation of United States Dlstilei Judge ioyal Knappon of Michigan, to biicteed Judge Horace l.urtoii an Judge of the United States circuit court of the Sixth chcult Arthur DenlMin or Michigan was nominated to succeed Juclho Knappon on tho dls ti let bench xv-:m.k.x.Mmj tfI n, .. n . noe specials or interesi to You, Ones that Cannot Be Matched Take Advantage of Them. These are odd lots and broken lines of tho drossiest and nost popnlai shoes for men. women ami children. Thoro nro only a revv of each site nnd stylo but tho variety of styles la largu and tho sUes In most all kinds. Thoso nro exceptional values in uvery respect and wo want jou to como and get your shine. Women's high class shoes In tho patent leather, vlel Wd, etc., Mlllnliot llinn ,.! l .. j . v. .... U11U uunun, wen .xtclvay and turn solos, soma X with cloth tops, thoy aro unusual values at regular rrlcoB ot tl - ,0 "00. now they ai0 ,,8S ,u ., Men s liandsomo shoos In the paleut, vlel, boic calf, vulour, etc.. hluchoi lacn and huli.ui. welt soles, these aro tho most perfect shoes for nil occasion most nro Hi liau.ni and llrown Shoo Co ttylos, all widths, but nro thu broken lines of our handsome winter slock, tu close them out wo am offering values from K60 to JfiOtt Mr j,ss ,0 mo IWlnuco of our odd lots and broken lines lu chlldrens school ' shoes In tho viol kid, intent leather, hlucher lace and button most all nUon, substantlnl shot jor Bcbool vveur, regular prices r.flc to 2 50 now thoy aro as0 to $1.88 Malaiico or our wool and silk dioss goods uro'alY retirked ut a saving or 25 per eout. In this you will find desirable mator litis ror skirts and vvnlats. ohlldrena school drossy, etc nil this season, style, now ut :5 pcI-C(.nt otr lliilnnco or our viuiiieiis handsomo tnlloiod suits and wraps, left from this falls heavy selling, go now at halt price. Theso como lu tho richest similes, all now stylos, long coats, plain nnd plaited skirts, period lilting, most uoautltul stylus, reg ular prices which vvoro very- low at $5 81 to $21 GO now thoy ftre $202 to $12.25 llilauco or our umlorniuilln loft Troiii this wlnlois stock, thu lot Is broken buUthoro am mon all sl70s In (lie lot many Hyles In gowns, skirls, corset rovers and drawers, runrlioti "nw at 33 1-3 per cont ort Wo have sonm extra vnhien In remnants In tho way of short lengths of calico, domestic, percales, gingham, etc., all cloan now goods, now marked nt 33 1 3 per cont off Short lougfhs of rlblion, Ince. onibioldery, etc., many kinds and wlJ,lls t 1-3 off OUR STORE CLOSE8 PROMTLY AT 0 O'CLOCK ON SATURDAY NIGHTS. Tor Mayor. J. C White authoilus the nnuouiice ment or himself as a candidate Tor niayoi of the City of (Ireenvillo, sub jcet to the tlty deuoi ratlc prlmaiy election Mr While has lived In the city many years and has been a am oessful business mini all of that tlim Ho Is thoioughly ccmvorMint with the needs of the illy and believes In whin Is toi tho welfaie of all the people Mr White is iiiogreSHlio lu his Ide.u. and will favor all thai lb for tho build Ing up of the tlty llu Is u bolluvei in mi economic il ,iiluiliil..tr.it!on of tho city lliiuncos and If elected will do all that Is possible lo advance tho Intel ests of the peuplu llu In h chrlstlnn gentleman. Inmost and ca liable and If elected will give all hU time to thu duties of lhu nlTlco. llu Is fully capable of making a good or-llclal :-xmiK:;":"'Mo C"c-o-o-frc-4-ci ; 6 5 Mrs DEATH NEAR CAMPBELL. M. D. Parker Passed Away Sun day Morning. Mrs ,M I) Parker, aged 71 years, lied of pncuniuul.i nt S ;i) Sunday morning at the lesidencu of her sou Jesse 1'aikei two miles lioithnest or Campbell Mis l'aiker is tho mother or I T. Utilise, tho well Known cotton and gin mini of Oroenvllle Sliu 'leaves a largo family of giovvn up children to mourn her loss, Tho remains wore taken to Dallas county for burial. p Wllllbm MacCauley In "Tho Little Homestead," Tho company which lomos to the King tills evening presenting the lieiuitlliil ciiiotlonal rural drama of Now England lire, "The I.lttlo Iloir stciul' ib headed by William Macau ley, that handsome clover young ncrt or whose acting: has always delight ed the Ilioatrogoers of lids city Ills support has been selected with a care ss to tho illness of the Individuality of the characters to be bUKtHlnod Tho icsult Ib manifested by tho pinlso or me public and press. In such capable hands lhe beautiful story los es nono of lis refiesiiing simplicity, nor lacks nothing or sympathy or forio In Its appeal to human Inter ests It lb by tho well known author. W 11 Patton All spiclal scenery iihed In this production and nu en tire new third act is introduced May Stewart. At tho King opom houso Thursday In Itomeo and Juliet will be an event that will undoubtedly attiuct two largo and fashionable houses Thoru Is alHo suro to bo a tloslro on tho Dart of tlio fair sex to sue tho gowns worn by Miss Stovviirt ami con puny which are claimed to bo very magnificent Miss Stewart will wear two gowns during tho evening valued ut more than $1(101)1)4. One will bo heavily Jeweled brocade over a petticoat Of sutlu. hand embioldered Thu oilier will bo u silver gause, hand woven. und hand ciubrohlurud by tho peasuuls in 1 ranee ine tnreaus are genuine sllvr wwyy.-trt Rare Bargain In Lace Curtain, Just come in possession of a large shipment of lace curlulus ut a much uuUerurlce which onublos us to give yyu a very luige curtain big and long enough for any window In thu Stale ins to the window vti SOc. Hhlcli about ono-tblrd of tho us ual price t)ut thuy wm sold at. They must be Mti W be appreoliitod. A look 'will not be reamted. A. M. l)ay)t!i, Conmr Biore. Tho Darling lien of Stoves mill Ilanges aio tho onoa that idcase. 1' M Ualkc On alt llox I'apeiu. We want to close out our entllo line of box papers tnls week mid you don't want lo in I bH this b.Uu Most )it I lien i aro natoiu-IluruburtH nndiWjltlngu goods. You know what they aro All school tnblotB go in this salo at 3 for n dime. Can you afford lo miss this sale'' Wo hope you wont Perkins Pharmacy f oz's Preserved Chor- Wes. Preserved Strawberries. Bulk Mince Meat. Boston Bell Boneless Herring-Cod Fish and Newport Mackerel. G. L The Pur Food Qroctr. Ileal! little , S. Blonrwall BtreL Old Phonu 183. New Peon tit. :-"f'fs;iyg o o o o o o o o a Q O O O O O c o o o o 0 a a o o & Q a o o o ' Ilargalu Counlor Sliuos, cholco , 60o Cut pricos on all shoes for men, women and children all now. Mens and boys stills and ovurcoutu at 1-3 off regular prlco. $300 lint at $,95 Wo aro showing Now Spring Clliighntus, Now Sllkii, Now Laces, Now Hinbroldorles mid Munllu Underwear. PRICES CUT IN EVERY DEPARTMENT IMS SIBiii &dPllfEQGi(B Outfitters for Men, Women and Children O OOOO OOOOOO OOOO OZH'fiO OOQOyjOO Q&QQ j -Wi:-i"'i,ii'i',',J'',':M,,i'-X'irt4r For Groceries and Feed Old Phono 140 core New Phono 140 x'X"''ii'''ii:iii'''vi!i:-f-s4-5 NAUD BURNETT. aaa?g?ffr?g II) s-.- ?-H .. i J'i "