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l.er ji'u a loaf each day for
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C, CAMENISH, Prop.
TEXAS TRACTION CO
"THE CONVENIENT WAV"
viiJ Intermediate points.
For information call upon any
aent i r .iddreni.,
JAS. P. GRIFFIN, G. P. A.,
M. R. FEWELL, A. G. P. A.
D u son Texas
THE MORNING HERALD
BY E. W, HARRIS &. SON.
Entered at the- postofflco at Oroon
vlllo, Texas, as nocond-clasa mall
Thursday, August 4, 19q,
I i lortei to taLo au luterest In
" Jli'uahlug Hunt CuRntj Pair
vWieu jou come to think of It Au,;
Ubt is not a propitious time for tho
collection or a street car bonus.
donkey iua bo robed with
nous akin but when he brajs overr
un knows that It Is only a donkej
All cotton growers know that a dr
Bumroer usually acans a largo cot
ton crop Its too early In the drouth
lo become restless.
Every Johnson and Davidson man
in Hunt county who really cared
ttirio straws" about going to the
fc'ate convention will please hold up
t cjr hands. Not a hand In sight.
What does the voung man who
writes tho fionl pagu verse for the
Dallas News know about tho occupa
fort nf nifll.lL n .r .1 .1. -
-t ;-- .... uiu UUIHI UT WI14
no merely permitting bla Imagination
The next legislature should pass a
i.iw by which state officials would
lave to be nominated by n majority
vote A icJnorlt) governor can nev
er bi atistnetory to the majority of
hvui a Democratic Senate It np
p irs doe not think it could afford
to request Mr. Jake Wolters to state
upon oath. Just what amount of mon
c i bo spent in the last campaign and
from what sourco tho money came.
And ko H Ilascorci Thomas may
1 reside over the Sennt. for the next
two ye.irs, after all. He can at loast
add to the Raid) of politics, If he
doi inching more. There Is no lira-
' io wlut can ho endured when it Is
mattur of necessity.
r te noxt leglslatuio should amend
Tc 1 1 1 li , U-ctlon law so as to pro
le that delegates to tho state con-
i Ml m liould bo apportion! d In the
I unty ronvoutlou niiong tho mip
licit, ri of each candidate for govern
'jr ii ordlug to the number of votes
r elved by the candidates.
'Die State Hoard of IMucallon Ira
fixed m apportionment of tho avail
.He school fund for the next Ilbeal
ear of G 5u for each child shown
in th'a years scholastic census. Just
think of it' Kvery kinky-headed
I'lrkanlnnii In Texas gets the advan
l ig- .f an education paid, in the
n ain. L. the white property owners.
"Tlic-'o aie daya when tbelce man
i unb uiaill) and deposits a drop o'
water f urn Ins pinchers Into the Ice
iiox, u) tho Dallas News. The
e rcun rlocs nothing of tho kind le
t.n en i llli He deposits a blc 60 pound
l luc k of beautiful crystal ice iu the
imx and only receives ouo tiny 10 cent
lice Under those conditions vvhn
v. ould be the Ice man
'flu Andemon county convention
by a vole of two to one, declined tc
endorse Senator Halley, and Andor
fcon county, hy-tho-way, Is the home
cif Governor Tom Campbell. An ef
fort was made by some of the I'j.
illuo corporation politicians to lg
tioi e tbo present administration but
the delegatos from tbo country came
to the governor's rescue and com
rut tided him for bis efforts to carry
out the platform, etc, "The- mon from
he -"forks of tbo creek" are usually
on the rirht side of public questions,
Lilt the trouble la that they often fall
(a assert themselves.
There Isn't a man Interested In tin
tnuor business In Texas, or n poli
Ian controlled by such Intoresl, wl
does not want the legislature to )ea
the prohibition Question" to the no?
egtslatu-e It may bo all rlcht t
envo th "prohibition question" u
;he next legislature, for now that It I
possible, with the aid of tho ropub i
an organljatlon that Is certain to
declare against statewide prohlb
Ion, with Its black vote that Is nl
most solid for the saloons, for ttm
intl piohlbftionlsts to defeat state
wide prohibition when a constitution
il amendment is submitted, Mr Wcl
(ers and his crowd will see to It that
i he amendment Is submitted wlthnnt
nny work on tho part of tho prohlbl
llonlsts. But It Is not necessary tc
wait for the ndoptlou of n constlti
tlonal nmendment in order to prar
lleally put the saloons In Texas ou
of business, If Governor Campbel
will place tho passage of what la
known as tho quart law squarely up
to tho present legislature, wo will
soon know whether that body Is sim
ply lommltted to the whisky Inter
est or whothor thoy aro willing to
put tho siloons out of business. The
power to put this matter up to the
legislature gives the governor a great
opportunity to render tho moral forc
es of this stato au invaluable service.
What is known as the Lee Amend
ment to tho quart law offered at the
regular session provides that spiritu
ous liquors shall not be Bold In quan
titles leS3 than a quart, must bo sold
In unbroken packages nud that this
liquor must not bo Urank on the
premises, providing a penltentlar)
penalty for tho violation of tho law.
With this Konutal prlnclplo applied
to whisk), wines and beer, tho dotalU
of a law could ho easily worked out
that would closo every bar room In
the state and accomplish practlcallv
all the good that could reasonably ho
expected from prohibition It Is po
slble 'that the legislature would pass
such a law. Governor Campbell
should tako advantage of thin great
Tho action of the Senate ComniU
tee on Privilege and Elections, of
which Senator Perkins Is chalrma-
In voting to "retain" the House reso
lution, which provided for a real In
vestlgatlon of charges mado against
tho legislature of Kraftln-auiTco"-riiptlonj
is,V fo'r "Investigating other
L&arges that money was improperly
used in the late Democratic primary
in behalf of certuln candidates, and
which was approved b) tho Senat",
uud the resolution adopted In He i
that Couo JoluiBon and M M. Crane
come before this committee and "nn
bOBom" themselves, will not tend tr
in-piove tho present Btandlug of the
Senate with the people llegardlesi
of the truth or falslt) of grave char?
es that have been brought against
tbo legislature. It must ho admitted
that tho Senate has tho happy facul'y
of doing Just what those who would
Imvo the people bellevo that tho leg
iBlaturo Is corrupt would havo them
do. Some ten or twclvo years ago
tho legislature of Texas bogan mak
ing "fako" Investigations, and there
has uovor been any other kind since
The Democratic county convention
of rreestono county adopted tho fol
low lug: "Wo do not bellev u that nny
public official, whllo In tbo service
of the public, should receive an) fee
gift, loan or nil) mone) or value wlut
over, either directly or ludlieetl.v
from an) public service corporation
oiytrust; and we hereby Instruct otn
member of the Legislature to use Iuj
L'tijis to havo legislation enacted
prohibiting same, irnklng snld nets
and conduct penal offenses nnd pro
viding that nny one guilty there f
shall bo removed from office." Store
treason. You folks had better look
out or the gobllnB will get you.
Cone Johnson's personal campalg::
expenses were only $0,221.70, nnd this
Is several thousand dollars more than
R candidate for governor should find
it necessary to spend It la gonorally
belloved that at least J7S.O00 wai
spent by Mr. Colquitt, Jake Wolters
uud others interested In Colquitt's
LomJnatlon. Of course this is inero
Coal, Alfalfa and prairie hay, baled
shucks, ear corn, Alfalfa meal. Phone
"i-WcMners araln Co., South St.
All harness ropalrod neatly and sal
Isfactlon guaranteed at DoyWu'a, Loo
I have catalogues from the largest
Joelry houses, Wlll'ordor you any
thing In tho Jewelry line for lots
money than you have to pay In the
- -t m
Vflt nlim.M ..... ..(, . .
.w. buuuiu uui iuii io comu and seo
u4i ouiieru unn nr rnr finaa n-i,n i.....
for the money ever oltorod Dr. M
Iloykln hag the best lln nf ,
Bto J. M. llnvldn'. ln t ...i
u?iw lce b0ICS' prlco, Uom M
' i ti
Dr. D. n. Waddle. sneclill.
er, noie and throat. Qlatioi fltted,'
Opera House Dlock.
ALCOHOL .1 JLR CF.NT-'
t IR tlic Sionachs tuul Uowtls tf
Piomolcs Diicsltonf hfrrTul
ncss and Ik'siruntains nciilm
ft OTA Alt CO TIC.
Anrrfocl HtkiIv torronsltea
I Ion , Sour Stuiracli.ill jrrlwn
Facsimile S!natutt tf
A Wild Dllzard Raging
brings danger, suffering often death
to thousands, who tako colds
coughs and lagrlppo that terror ol
Wluter and Spring Its danger slg
nala nro "Btuflid up," nostrils, lower
part of nose sore, chills and fever,
pain Iu back of head, and a throat
gripping cough When Grip attacks,
as )ou valuo .vour life, don't delay'
getting Tr King's Now Discovery
' One bottle cured mo." writes A T. I
uiiiiii, of Pino Vulle), Miss, "alter
ueinfi 'l.ild up' three weeks with'
urip for sore lungs, Hemorrhages,
Coughs, Colds. WhoonliiE Coirnli
llronchltls, Asthnin, Us Bupremo COc. I
nuu. uuainteoa by all druggists
Maklnn Life Safer.
liverywneru life Is bBlnc mniln
act Copy of Wrapper. TMi , .,, Bt, TOJi!nT
more safo through tho -work of Dr. I "no ot Wall Papers, also do paperlm;
King's Now Life Pills In Constlpa- mid decorating. You will 'jU dolight-
ft Sl'Sledy'DSj"1 ' " h"
and Bowel Disorders Thov're i-nnv.
bn sure, and perfectly bulla Up tbo
health. 25e at all Siugglsts
Tho woi'u's most successful mcdl
Clua for how-el comnlnlntii la Phnm
herlaln's Colic, Cholora and Diar
rhoea Itemedy It has relieved more
pain and suffering and saved moro
lives than any other medlclno In use
Inva'iuablo for children and adults
Sold li) McCiughey Dros and all
Toothing children havo more oi
less diarrhoea, which can bo con
trolled by giving Chamborlaln'a Colic,
Cholora and Diarrhoea Itemedy All
that Is necessary Is to give tho pre
scribed dose after each operation of
tho bowols moro than nnturnl and
then castor oil to clennso tho system,.
It la sate ami sure Sold by McQau
ghoy Dros and nil druggists
m i .
ilorenosa of the muscles, whether
Induced by violent oxerclso or injury.
Is quickly relieved by tho fieo appli
cation of Chamberlain's Liniment.
This liniment la equally ;aluablo for
nuscular rhoiimntlsm, nnd nlwaB af
fords quick relief. Sold by McOau-
ghoy Dros. and all druggists.
Please Return Abstract.
Tho party who borrowed S. It. let
ter's Scott Abstract of Tltle3 fron
tho rlrst National Hank Is requested
to please return the same.
IJmllcy Jlihiison's Hook Storo Is
headquarters for over) thine In the
AVII1 run a carriago ever) night to
tho Holiness meeting. If vou want I.)
Ko phono W. A Nesbltt'a Livery Stti
blo, both phnnoH STi
Llndloj Johnson s Hook Store la
leculvliif; ovory day. Into, new poji
ular books of fiction.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
(This tine raid Is printed for tin.
Information of tho public, Its cor
rectncBS Is not guniuiiteed hy th
publishers of this puper.)
MISSOURI, KANSAS 4 TEXAS.
No. C Flyer 10:20 a.m
No. 10 Llmltod 9M5ii'ni
iw. ii iiuiueu vMoani
K0';" 3:65 p.m
No.C Dyer 0:30p.m
NV21. "; ll:10p.n.
v ostbouud Arrives
No. 223 5:15a.m
9:20 a. til
-Dally ex, Sunday.
No. 738 Dally ei Sunday.
No. 201 10:25 am
No. 735 Dally ex. Sunday.. Hi 15 a.m
nu. mu uuijr ex. Bunu.iy,.io:05a m
ixo.i aiau nnd Ilxpreis... 7:58a.m
No. 5 Ino Btar IJmltod,. 6:00 pm.
No. CLodo Star Llmltod.. 9:16 a.ui
No,2 Mall and Express... 7iS5pm
, COTTON BELT.
"O 103 3!07p.m
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
or "lu fact tllnt ,N0 carry complete
our work is faultiest!
211 West Lee Street.
Sherman, cor Houston and Walnut St
REMEMDER OUR BIG ART DEP'T.
PROFESSIONAL CAF12S. ..
MIUUS L. MOODY, M. D.
Practice Limited to
EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Offlto, West Lee Strict, over Gra
ham Brothers' storo.
C. E. &. WILL CANTRELL,
Physicians and Suroeons.
Office ut l'hjslclaus and Surgeons
Joe B.cton. dwln Becton
BECTON &. BCCTON,
Physician ana Surgeons.
Office upstair, over Archie Morris
ituckot Stoio, west side square. Doth
DR. GEORGE A. WELLS,
Qraduate o A. s. O., Klrksvllle, Mo
uousultatiou nud Uiamlualiou 1'rue
Dil. T. U. SPAULDINO,
Office West Side Square. No phou.
17C at night.
J. H. FRENCH,
Pliynlcljii and Surgeon,
Otllce at Moore i i'reucu s Drut
atoro. ltesldence South Houston St
Old phono 177,
E. T. SPCAKES, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Ittsldence 1'houe No, 69. Office at
0 W. Ueo'a Drug Stoio.
W. C. MOODY, M. D.
Physician and Surueon.
ufiicu upotulia over the Ueall Hard
uaiu and luipleux-nt Company Stort
SAM G. DUFF.
Office over Commercial
Hank, Lee StroeL
SHERRILL, MULKEY & HAMILTOf,
Offices at GrccnvllU and Comm.ree
Ueo. S. Perkins. Morris U. llnrre!
PERKINS & HARRELL,
Office over Oreenvllle National Ki
change Uauk, Itooms 1 and 2,
Kil H Ueimuit. j, t, Jonet
BENNETT & JONES,
Office la Hayle bulldluif, uortheasi
corner of iiiuaru.
I'ractlret In all the Courts. Olfloe.
mo?, ul'm over It. N White?
Q buaJIo "' u Csrpentei
EVANS & CARPHNTER.
AttorntvB mI. I mu.
Oftlne U Coanwrclal National Dan
b y ul'
. R b8T
f r At
fSI Td),'j i.,M ,irol
I '' a a!jii I '.wws
I H.iniM ....I, . ,,,- 'ill
!i1AKE A U
THE PEOPLE'S DEPOSITORY
W. H, DUSH, President, P, A. NORRla, Vice Prei,
JNO. L, LOVEJOY, Vice Prct., L, N. BYRD, Active Vice Pr
S. B. BROOKS, Cainler.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
OF GREENVILLE, TEXAS,
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JUNE 30, 1010.
Loans and Discounts $551997 29
United States Hoiul and Premiums ICG 000 00
Purnlture, Fixtures nud Heal 129tato 5 190 10
Cash nnd Bxchauge $1S2 219 3S
Demand Loans 129 913 yi 312 102 S5
Capital ;iro 000 uO
Surplus and Profits 20 2SS i'2
Circulation 1G0 000 Uu
Ullls Payable CO 000 00
Deposits 052 308 02
The above statement Is
W. H. BUSH.
'MRS. V. A. KINQ,
DR. ROBT. SAYLE,
P. A. NORRI3,
JNO. I. LOVEJOY,
M. A. JOY,
t- Summer Rates
f To the Old States, Pjcltlc
Coast, Colorado, Mexico, Cam-
all Summer Hesbrtu, No.v
Boston, Cincinnati, Louhi-
vlllo, Chicago, St. Louis, Mem
phis, Chattanooga, Washington,
and numerous other points. Old
Stato and Colorado tlcketB do
not have to bo validated for re
turn, they are cheaper via the
Cotton Belt through Memphis
All Coast resorts on sale
each Friday ono fare plus
$1.00 for tho round trip, good
250 W. Lee SL Both Phonec.
Protect four Property,
r represent Leading Couipanlci
nnd am prepared to write
and Plate Glass
R. M. Chapman
Office Gee's Drug Storo.
Undergiaduatu Grand Itnplds Vetor
luury Collegu of Michigan.
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
Co-LMucatlonal. Tuition Free.
ANNUAL EXPENSE8, $180 AND
Main University, Austin;
Session openu Wednesday,
September 28, 1910.
COLLEOU OP ARTS: Courses lead
lng to tho Degrees of Ilacholor and
MaBter of Arts and Doctor of Phi
DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION:
Professional courses for teach'rs,
leading to elementary and perma
ENOINEEniNO DEPARTMENT: Do
greo courses In civil, electrical and
LAW DEPARTMENT (In its novf
building): Throe-year course, lead
ing to Degreo of Dacholor of Laws,
with Stato license; course loading
to Degreo of Master of Laws.
SUMMER SCHOOL: Regular Unlver.
slty and Normal courses, seven
Session 1911 begins June 17,
Tor catalogue, address
University Station, Austin.
DEPARTMENT OP EXTENSION: I.
Corr spondonco Division; offers
courses lu various subjects. Stu
dents mny enroll at any time. II,
Public Discussion and Information
Division; furnishes bibliographies
and traveling librurloa ou current
problems. HI, Lecture Division,
offers popular locturos by inambnrs
of the University Faculty.
Por catalogue, address
THE DIRECTOR OP EXTENSION,
University station, Austin
SeB&ton, eight mouths, opening Sep
teraber 2Ttb, Four-year course in
medicine; two-year course In phar
macy; three-year course In nursing. I
Thorough laboratory training. Ex
ceptional clinical facilities In John !
Sealy Hospital University Hall, a,
dormitory for women students of!
For catalogue, address i
TUB DEAN, Modlcal College.
$1 023 CEO 24
$1 02S C5G 24
S. B. HHOOKS, Cashier.
J. M. SPURLOCK.
DR. CHAS, T. KENNEDY,
R. D. VADDLE.
S. B. BROOKS,
L. N. BYRD,
S. B. PERKINS,
f J. Monroe
Steam and Gas Fitter.
Weathers Grain Go. 1
FEED AND COAL
if Office ami Warehouses ou
St. John Street, Opposite
Hard wood Factory.
Both Phones -d.
X Tiro, Automobile, Tornado,
il Llvo Stock,' Plato Olass, AccI ;!;
X dent Surety Bonds represent- $
X Inn tho Host Companies only. S
B. O. Wylie & Co I
& H. ASHBURN, MANAGER. $
;!; Phono No. 192. $
S Office over First National bank X
I Fresh Fish
W.H. Wilkins Market
I Frank Wolfe !
i Offlco at Model Pressing Parlor j
i Old phono 370 Now phone 293 Y
French & Moore's
United States Depository
F. J. PHILLIPS, President,
JAS. ARMISTEAD, V.-Pres.
GEO. 8. PERKINS, V.-Pres.
IFI HAD ONLY PUT thai
4Hf rrSt?- ffoe
rSBrJriDl'I sLJs Kpi
-Ns Sv 5N k.fe.
jl ' NOW
ff V w
IT IS NEVER TOO JL ATE
HAVING MONEY OF YOUR OWN enables jon lo borrow
more money when jou want It to stnrt a business of jour own.
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK.
Wo pay liberal IntoicM. consistent with safety 1 per cent
F. J. Phillips,
Geo. 8. Perkins,
J. M. B ykln,
J. B. Clayton,
A. G. Lantznester,
A. F. Rlchter,
T. R. East,
E, P. Becton,
O. T. Graham,
L. A. Clark,
I WHITE FIRE, TORNADO, PLATE GLASS, LIGHT
NING, ACCIDENT AND RENT IN8URANCE, IN OLD RE
LIABLE COMPANIES WHICH HAVE PROMPTLY PAID
THEIR LOSSES IN GREENVILLE FOR MORE THAN THIR
TY YEARS. THEY ARE STAYERS AND NOT QUITTERS.
COME OR PHONE OFFICE, WEST 8IDE 8QUARE.
Will sell 3-pound cans 'Wapco"
Tomatoes this week for $1.20 the
Both Phones No. 28.
IF YOU ARE NOT
I TRY US.
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE.
Old Phone 192
H. W. WILLIAM8, Cshler.
W. A. WILLIAMS, JR., Asst. Cash
J. W. BIRDS0NG, Asst. 'Jash.
H. W. Williams,
Mrs. W. A. Williams,
M. M. Arnold,
C. B. Jones,
W. B. Wise,
l o i oj I'ol.fc't) A
INSURANCE AND LOANS.
Naw Phone 204
$1.00 Per Year