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GREENVILLE. TEXAS. SATURDAY MORNING JULY 23, 1910
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The Purchasing Power
OF YOUR DOLLAR INCREASED ONE-THIRD EVERY
READY TO WEAR DRESS IN OUR STOCK IS NOW ON
SALE AT THIS GREAT REDUCTION (NONE HELD IN RE
33 1-3 Por Cont Discount
FROM THE REGULAR MARKED PRICE. THE SEASON
FOR .LIGHT, COOL LINGERIE DRESSES IS HERE AND
WITH THIS GREAT PRICE REDUCTION EVERY LADY
8HOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT AND SUPPLY HER
WANTS IN THIS LINE.
Silk and Lingerie
l-a on :i 1-a ff entire line,
$3.!3 I.lngerlu dresses 1-3 oft no nt
$1.13 Lingerie Dresses 1-3 off go at
fl.SS Lingerie lhesses 1-3 oft go nt
H'Jj Lingerie Drowi Ml oft go nt
t515 Llngerlo Ureases 13 oft go nt
fC 75 Lingerie Dreses 1-3 oft go at $-1.51)
G5 Lingerie Dresses 1-3 off go nt JjM.Oo
flOOOO Llngotle Dresses 1-3 off go at S(5.07
$U.j5 Lingerie Drosses 1-3 oft go at 7.(ilt
$12.50 Lingerie Dresses 1-3 off go at $S.:M
(15 00 Lingerie Dresses 1-3 oft go at $ 1 0.00
(1S.95 Lingerie Dros-sos 1 3 oft go nt Sjtlli.tSU
(10.93 Silk Dresses 1-3 oft now Sll.nO
(1S.95 Silk Dresses 1-3 oft now 112.0:.
(24 30 Silk Dresses 1-3 off now $1(1.2(1
(27 50 Silk Drosses 1-3 oft now 18.30
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Ripe Magnolia Figs
J. O. Hayfer & S
PHONES 2-1 AND 101!
At Miotic Underwear
It's wonderful how this stylo of
Underwear lias grown In popularity
still It's tho coolest Underwear
thnl :i Man can weai
Sleeveless and short sleovo Shirts.
Knee U'ligtli drawers S0C to $1
This Athletic Underwear Is so com
fortable, that oiery Mnu, that tries
It, sticks to It In preference to any
y 1-4 Off on edl nev Low
Shoes and Pumps.
X 1-2 Off on a.ll odd lots and
j broken sizes.
t All White Canvas Oxfords
and Pumps $1.75
Greenville Shoe Co
West Side of Square
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GIVE REASONS FOR SUPPORTING
THE TYLER MAN.
Strong Showing Made by Attendant!
at Commerce Summer
Coinnercc, Tex., July 19. We, tho
nndeisigneil teachers In tho schools
of Joxus, assembled at thu Summer
.soini.U nt Cummoicc, Tex., deslitvio
auiiu uuf ludboiis Tor suiiporllng Hon
cone Johnson lor Governor.
1. We bullet c Mr. Johnson to b
a true Christian gontlciism In every
ioipoct. Almost ovciy business m u.
in 1'yloi, 'l.-. (his homo town), In
uudlug all lliu pastois of thu dirtei
out (lunches, evoiy count) olllcer ol
ins couiuy, and tin? lawyois and the
me i chants lime blgned a papei st:u
nig tiini .ill the Uoslie ot tlieli boyi
is to bj as fcood us -Mr. .luhusou
iMitil a lobuku to those who bate
circii uled tliose Infamous falsehoods
i'ii this gieui in.iiit
Again, wu belluvo that his pleas
ant disposition, his brilliant educa
tion and genoial Inloruiatloii prepare
Inn. thoroughl for tho highest of
lieu within tho gilt ot the peoplo of
.' Wo believe that .Mi. Johnsun Is
the onl) candidate that has taken an
uncoinpiomlsing position on prohibi
tion nud has conducted a straight
forward campaign on this issuo nud
lias proven to our satisfaction that
lie Is sincere and right in his con
J. We bollove that Sir. Johnson Is
a friend to public education and will
be Instrumental In bringing about
.-nine very much needed reforms In
om educational s)htem.
Wo ilo not gio these reasons as a
political boast, but because wo be
lieo sincerely In .Mr. Johnson's plat
foim. Therefore for tho ubovo rea
suns we pledge our support to .Mr.
Johnson and bollclt the otes ot our
fellow counti men In Ills behalf
Signed A II Ciane, llloetra, 11 r
r.iiinlng, Wolfe City, A II. Cowling,
(Joiiimcico; W. II. ibbolson, Merit,
1 i:. McMillan, Den Kraukllu, 11. W
Ceorgf, I'linceton; II A Glasscock,
C'elosie, S. Holland, Athens; N A
Phillips, Comn'iorce, It. T Lewis
L.iddo .Mills; W. P. Ilrlght Com-
nieiee, W T. Lovelace, Commerci-,
S c. Harris, Garden, R .M. O'Urlen,
Oimha; 11 II. mills. .Malta: T. W
Wllhon, Hen Wheelor; I). A. Sturdl
ant, l'eerless; O. D Watt, Canton;
Lowls JlcCIaln, Commerce; T. C.
Ilrown, Denton; L. S Tato, Com
merce; C. I,, llairlson, Gommerco;
G T. lluirows, CoiCiinerce; A. T.
Iliidges, Quinlan; C. I". Terrell, .Mill
In, C. SI. Clark, No) land; W. W
Shlpworth, Dcior; Grant lliirns, Can
ton; D. i:. Vamell, Canton; W. M
Doss, Carey; C. SI Wright, Com
merco; W. 11 Dale, Comiueico; C. II
Rnssoll, Commcrco; D, G. Colwell,
Megargel, G C Llnsford, .Mount
Pleasant; It. J. King, CoiiMiiereo; .1
II ICIichlng, Greenillle; J. II Ilrlght,
Terrell; Thomas It. Nelson, Toxark
ana, It S. ScoB'gliis, DoKalb; W. .1
Slllwell, Canton; W E. Davidson.
Don W'hooler; Hurl Ilryant, St, Jo
W V Howell, Paris; K. L Stephens
Leonard; I T. Pulgham, lien Wheel
ir; T r. Wilson, Hen Wheeler; H
C Tnnnell, Garden Valloy; P. II
Cntlic), Mlneola; C C. Newbrough,
riraos; n. II Smith, ltrlthrlght, V
11 Collier, DoKalb; C L Meddle, I
toi ; II L Dfirman, Itlclmrdson, T
A .Mlueher, Wills Point, A N. Ilrown
Avlnger; I. M Stone, Semlnolo; I)
II Daildson, Princeton
TAKES ISSUEWiTH MOBMHT
UNITED STATES DECLARES BLUE
FIELDS PORT OPEN.
Norway Says It Is Closed American
Cargoes on Any Ships to be
Washington, July 22. Crossing
diplomatic svvordB with Norway, the
no department, replying to tho pro
. tests fioni the Now Orleans commer
jelal intoiests against Norwegian
I iccoiiultlou of thu lllueflelds, Nlcn
J , ragua, blockado, today declared lllue
i (Ulds to bo an open port. Norway, It
,1b said, was mlslnfora'd of tho con
J ! dltlons there.
Tor d.i)s the shipment of supplies
to HliiL-llclds and cargoes of fruit
I ifioiu that port to the United States
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T 11.IB uteil niiaJeiiucu uvuiu.u inu uui;
ships available for tho puriwso car
.ihmI tho Norweglttii Hag.
i Their owners refused to leavu Now
, ' Orleans for lllueflelds bocnuso of the
J i notification of tho Norwegian govern-
mum unit u recognizee mo uiocitaue
The lack of supplies threatened t.
hamper seriously the commercial in
tiTels und Is said to huvo Jeopardiz
ed tho cause of tho Hstrada forces,
No new position was announced by
the tfoveruuviiit, but tho statu depart-
m ill's union Is taken aa an Indlcu
lion that tho United Stnto will pro
te t American cargoes entering Hlue
fields, whether carried under tho Unit
An! States flag or any other nation
Acting Secretary Wilson decline!
10 statu definitely what tho course of
tho United States will be, or comment
upon tho diplomatic relations between
this country and Norway,
Grand Trunk to Resume Freight Ser
vice Early Next Week.
Chicago, I J uly y AiiiiounceiiRiu
Is inndo that freight trains will begin
inoilug out of Chicago over the (Iran, I
Trunk lines early not week Oftle
lals of the compnuy nssurl the) are
n u position at present to resun-v
freight service but nro In no hurry to
do so until the work of guarding ul
property Is completed A force o
more than 200 special officers will
bo assigned to preserve peace mil
Klvo hundred striko breakers have
been engaged bo tar In Chlcaso, most
ot them being sent to various points
along the company's llms.
I ACCEPTS THE OFFER
iRAINMCN LEADER WILLING TO
ARDITRATE THE STRIKE.
onded Freight Is Congested at Va
rious Points Along the Line of
the Grand Trunk.
.Montreal, Jul 22 Vice President
Aluidoch, of the Oidsi ol Hallway
iialnmen, has wired to the depart
ment ot labor at Ottawa accepting
illulsler King's suggestion for an ai
ultratlon by a board to bo named by
Early Report From Montreal.
Montreal, July 22. Difficulties lie
aetting the fonuilntlon of the arbi
tration proposals satisfactory to both
the Grand Trunk officials and tho
leadors of the btrlklng conductors
and trainmen occupied the govern
ment officials again today follow Ins
the piouipt rejection last night of the
minister ot labor's latest bUggeBtlon
by Vlco President Slurdoch ot tho
Order ot Hallway Trainmen.
The railroad officials have contlu
ucd the endeavors to set In motion
the whoels ot their freight system
whllo thu stlrkers nro apparently as
conlldent as ever of winning theii
A new feature of interest in tlio
stluatlon Is the possibility of action
by the United Stales custon' offl
lals to the effect tho forwarding of
bonded freight from the United
States now tied up at iiuuieious
points on the Grand Trunk Hues
GERMANY 3IGNS ORDERS FOR EX
PULSION OF MORMONS.
Twenty-One, Mostly Americans and
Englishmen, Ordered Across
Berlin, July 22. Herr Oallvvll, tho
Presslan minister ot Interior, upon
locomincndutlou of tho political po
lice, signed orders for tho expulsion
ot twenty-one Mormon missionaries.
most ot whom are Americans and Hug
llslimen and they will bo conductol
to the frontier Tho rrJbslomrlo?
were holding service whon tho ajcut
of thu political po lea, who was seat
ed In tho audience ,roso and dcclnt
ed the gathering dissolved.
MURDER PLOT IS ALLEGED
CORONER BELIEVES IRA G. RAWN
WAS KILLED FOR REVENGE.
Insurance Officials Are Investigating
Death of flawn, as He Carried
Chicago, ill . Julv 22. Corouor Po
ter Hoffman announced today that be ft
received Information which led him I
to bellevo Ira G. itawit wua murder-1
ed for revenge.
"I obtained a now clew In connec
tion with the death of Ituwn," said
Hoffman, "and my Intonrtitlon look
good. I also have information con
cerning the Identity of tho ulleged
slayer hut I do not care to make It'
public until after a tonfereuco with '
Acting Chief Schuoltler."
Sirs Ilawn Is reported seriously Hi
The alleged discovery yesterday ot
a Becond bullet in tho gratu at thu
home of tho lato Ira G ltawn may
play an important part In determining
tho manner In which tho dead rail
load president mot bis death.
In this discovery members ot tho
Haw u family aru convinced tbey have
the evidence that will remove the
last doubt as to the circumstances
that led up to his death. It Is the
clinching argument, they believe, sup
porting their theory that Mr. ltuwn'3
revolver was discharged at a burg
lar and that It was thu bullet the
Intruder fired that took his life.
Insurance officials who aru Hives
tlgatlog tho caso Independently be
cause of his (147,000 of life and an
accident life Insurance company r
(used to voice any definite opinion
It their Investlagtlon should disclose
that Sir. Hawn ended his lite thu ae
cldent policies aggregating 1105,000
would probably become worthless
"If thu second bullet Is found the
murder theory is made much strong
er," said Coroner Hoffman,
NEGRD KILLS III SFFIIE
CONSTABLE SHOT DOWN AT DEL
TON DY BLACK.
Hundred Cltliens on Trail of Negro
Who Shot Constable James
llelton, Tex, July 22.-A ouug i,0
uo, Henry iSentij, shot and killed
Constable James .Mitchell this nmn..
Ing near tho residence of Sirs John
Lamb, n widow, atler tho woman had
notlilcd Mm the negro was trying to
break lutu the houso at 2 o'clock
A posse is now searching for tho
negio, who lied following i, UM)t.
lug. and a lnehliiK Is believed to bo
icitnlu it the ,u.,.ro Is eiiuglit.
A bundled clllicns Joined In the
Mrs. limb was awakened by tho
negro's elToits to gain enlmueo to
tin- House, and telephoned tho const -i
hie When .Mitchell arrived the m
gio had lied Alls Lamb shot at the
Tho constable returned to the cltv
aflor bloodhounds As the oltlcer tiuil
tnvo citizens -were approaching the
l.ouso tho nogro, who had returned
vvltli n shotgun, shot Mitchell In the
back and the constahlo dropped fiom
his hoi so and died In n few moments
Gentry recently leturned fiom the
Advices lecolved heie at noon to
day say Gentry Is surrounded by a
posso In the river liattuno three miles
One shot was llred at him, when
seen nnd he darted Into .i thleke'.
He Btlll carries a shotgun with whlrh
bo killed Mitchell It Is believed tho
negro will bo taken shortly and thero
Is llttlo doubt tho crowd will deal
out to him summary ellgeancc. The
saloons hero woiu closed at the Bug
gestlon ot .Mayor Head.
Vice Consul Resigns.
Washington, July 2J -The state
dep.utmcnt was Informed by e.ibU
Ernii'. today fiiim Consul SlolTalt or
llluellelds, that Vlco fousiil Cl.inoey
had leslgned 1'I.ineey Is h.iIi! to
h.ivo iiuised Norway In rccognle tin,
blockade of llluellolds I be dep.nl
nieiil today telegraphed the mei
clnnts of New Orleans who ship hi
Noivveglau vessels that the United
Slates dooB not reeogul?o the block
ndo at Illullulds
Have a Splrella Corset undo (o or
dor. Sco samples at .Mrs .7. G. Arm
strong. North King street
New shipment lick
and button hnlo binld.
Company. I'lrst-class engraving at tho lowest
prices In town. T. P Klalg.
To The Voter
Regardless ot who may win
and who nriy I,oso In today's
election, ir you fail to call and
smoke ono of thuse highly flav
your heart will be tilled with
Palace of Sweets
THB BEST PLACE IN TOWN.
Everything new and up to
dato. Fine Homo Made Candles
fresh evory day. Cold drinks
and Ice Cream. Our Ico Cream
Is made from absolutely pur
fresh sweot cream.
A. R. Holmes
Only ItollubU Ooaipsolcalli prevntod
OfllMi a. Norib Siouiiwull'htrKi
Both Phones 1CS.
f HUNT COUNTY WATERMELONS ON ICE. 'A
X ELOERTA PEACHES
ADVANCED RATES b
Western Trunk Lln; V.'dl ,
forco Tsilfs B1o a Mo, l.
V.i- ilnit n, p (', Jn j : -.-,( v...
nnnoiinced lodrty after tho conforene
letwecn riinlrtnnii Knopp of the In
terstate comn-erce romuilsilgu ni.d
tho Woutorn Trunk Lines, the ml
vanred rales Hied by (ho cnrrloi wIM
be 8iispendeil voluntarily tintll N
v ember 1st.
President ol the Organization Makes
statement Regarding the Sher
man Poll Taken.
Dallas, 'lev , July 21 Ills nltantluu
being called to the statement sent out
b Pint. II. a. Ivy ot tJhertnnn, co'i
emiilng Hie rdnlliu stroiigdi of John
Jan nud Polndexler, which wns pi'
faced by lh aiilioiiiieeineut that Pint
ivy Is eninu'L ml with the Aull-Sttloun
League, and bolng asked ivlim rola
i Ion Prof Ivy husI.iIiis to the Anil
Saloon LiuKiio, l)r J. 11 Uambioll,
"Pint Ivy has no official couiiec
turn wfhnlever with the Anil-Saloon
League. Some mouths ago. 1 undei
tlnnd, ho was eonnocted with the
league, but voluiiluilly rollied. IPs
liivoBtlgntlon, tho result of which lie
ennouuees, was pmely on his own lo
Bpouslhlltty Tho Anti-Saloon League
being both a lion pni'llsaii nnd no.i
Inclloiial oiganlaatlon, could not In
stllnte nor aid In such an Investlgi.
Hon tor obvloiiB reasons Prof Ivy
lad it pel feet right to pursue the
course he has, bin it ought to be no
deistood that tho league hag no le
s'pmiBlblllty whatever In tho mntlor '
W. C. T. U. MEETING.
An Interesting! Mestlnn
Mrs. Elliott Yesterday,
Tho V. 0. T. II, met os(eulny wlib
Mis p II uniott ii, glHll 1(l
'I he ilevntloll.il exeiellnH Wen- I. 1
bv Mrs Dill, ill followed ij ,l i
liom Mis Sl.iiidirni' of Peuli-I, in,l
Mis J W Manning Wing Hiigi;o
I lulls almul I he irk
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1 cel'P libt to C'T
iVo havo t .u finest.
clinnnsl and inosl sanitary
Count In tho eily.
Wu iimj onlv tho finest fail'
syiups that we rim buy
Our service Is always thu
.. Von mo allium welcome, j
'' You will alwnys find n trosli J
j; lot of laroliH Candy In "Cold ?
! .Storage "
'i Perkins Pharmacy
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ARRIVING DAILY. X
IT'S SOMEWHAT JARRING
to flad that after you havg oopliid
hulidlng that tho luuibw used Is of
poor quality and probably ut mji.
soiled at thai.
Avoid taking any such ehnnees i;
patroi,lns tl. , ,, wi -,
roit niiin-d i list you wl 1 t Ju,t
what juu ordur.
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LITTLE GERMAN PICT2CL3, Y
HEINZ'S SWEET PICKLEB IN ,
PRESERVING SUGAR, .1
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j WATERMELONS ON ICE. j !
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i? Sale of
im women who h.ivo no time for sowing will do
put mill, v this grunt undorimislln gal0 ot ours Wo havo p..
at your disposal our entire Hue of those hindsome garments,
oi. 'iv ono well mnde. elenn, now goods, styles that you will
delight In vvcailng, In gowns wo have them In tho plain Btylea,
of .niiibrle, and n ilnsook, others beautifully trimmed with fluo
Lit o etnhioldeiy and tucks, nuiilo of cross bar, nainsook and
ininlirlo. low anil hi all nock long and short sloovcs, porfect
flltliig and boniilitully flnlshnd, regular prlcus wore 50o to
V! W, now lliey are 38c to SI 8S
J.eiiullful skirts, made ot tho fine lace, embroidery and tuck.
Biiuio havo ilm very deep flounco ot entlro lace, all havo dust
iufiH. otheis In the plnlncr styles, trimmed with ombroldory
und lace, they nro full well rnodo garments, regular prices
woro 50e to J0.78, now thoy nro 8So lo SSTP
Corset covers of lace nud ombroldory, others In tho plain
styles, some ot llieso mo mnde of cross bar, nainsook and
rauibrlr. all well mado nnd finished, regular prices woro 25c
t ) $2 50 now tbey are l!)o to j-j eg
Dniweia of cnicbrle, nnlnsook nnd cross bar. In tho plain 'and
uinhiolla BMes, In thu plain and trimmed styloi, of laco anil
embroidery, vvol mndo and oxcolleul values ut 23c to J1.50.
now they aro 10c to o-j -..
Wo have tho liiindtoaM four-piece sols beautifully trimmed
In l.ieo ombroldory, etc, all lo match finished with tho bead
In anil sash libbon, stylos that will please you, at por suit
We wain you lo tnko advnntago ot thoso low prices and
get tho most perfect garments Hhown.
DON'T rORGCT OUR HALF PRICE SALE ON ALL
LADIES' TAILORED WASH SUITS AND LINEN DRESSES.
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IN ORDER TO MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP WE
OFFER OUR ENTIRE LINE OF MEN'S SPRING
AND SUMMER SUIT AT
DIG REDUCTION ON MEN'S WOMEN'S AND
CMILDflEN'G OXFORDS, MEN'S AND ROYS'
HATS REDUCED. LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
UARGAINB IN EVERY DEPARTMtNT.
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,y 2UtU"Ua 7 OE JOIBM
Old Phono 140
25 Per cent
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New Phone 140 t
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