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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 3 September 1910

&" f- 1 T" : i-f SV..' V .r 1 f 1 i i 'i f ';- & - W - m : p ' ..fc Mrs. Housekeeper -X Why star In your hot kitchen baklnc bread when wc can da- llror you loat ouch day for J v l. nly 6 cents Think about this X 7ESI ffl SIEJtM n Y V C. CAMENISH Prop. X TEXAS TRACTION CO "THE CONVENIENr WAY" between DALLAS MeKINNEY SHERMAN DENISON And Intermediate points. For Information call upon any agent or address JAS. P. ORIFFIN Q. P. A. Pallas Texas. .ja&. M. R. FEWELL A. Q. P. A. D-snlson Toxiib. THE A10RNING HERALD DY E. W. HARRIS & SON. Entered at the iostotrico at Urcen- rlilu Texas as socond-class mall matter. Saturday Sept. 3 1910. PROTECTIVE DUTIES ON LOCAL PRODUCTION. After discussing tlio lack of con- cord In Republican ranks Henry Wat- teraon thus temarks. "If Iho Democrats iro good for anything they would lu.d their op- rortunlty In all this. Ma bo they 1II. But if they do. they will hav.- to close the brunch between the limt and the Wert and come back to first princ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 3 September 1910

S3W m U 9KffiAiriiiminL i 'l5T-1..S - r.-?fifrR i'iinjujij'fMj: "1S iWSKVfr? ' """f U. C. V. MEMORIAL PROQRAM. Y r Will be Qlvon Sunday Afternoon at1 J the Wesley Methodist Church. ' 1'roBrnin for memorial services to i V V y t ? ? ? ? Special :oaf I "f I Lc held I)- Joseph 12. Johnstou camp I Y 'ty-'ai iSiw?r SJ52" t.vi Hra nsi m m n m a. i I )U t ? ? t T ? t y y t t y ? ? y y y f f t t t ay. xxhjx-4m&j4 Important Notice. If jou lmo not paid your closet license to December 1st como In at once and save oxtra cost of throo dol- lars. Don't neglect this. V. A. FRAZEIl 0-14 City Clerk. To tlio fair set we ltnow your power o'er man and beast and Mon- ogram flour. Just guldo your tongue o'er Its rippling tide to praise Mon- ogram flour our town's pride. i Regular Dinner From 12 to 2 p. m. :: SHORT ORDERS TO PLEASE AT ALL HOURS SUNDAY YOU WILL BE SERVED WITH ICE CREAM (""WITH DINNER. Yours to ricaae lames L Beckham' &4VXr'J&Jy'r'-QJyyo':-&&-'-"XrtrO e'' THIS IS THE SEA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 3 September 1910

w1 '.' s?V &""" ;;;::xk::kk y v t J V t V New We are receiving dally lsrre shipments of Dew Foil Gar menu. Never bare tbe models ben m pretty a thU seaeoo V.X are howln number of lb new coloring. Tbe atyles (Ma season cannot help tart ple.ve tie most fastidious. Promi- nent among tbem am Tailored Wool Suits The models this reavon arc very pretty. Coats In various letgtbs to suit Individual taite; skirt In both pelated and bob- tie effmts splendid line of cloths and colon to chose from; et-ct-ptlonal tallies at $14.50 $19 JO J24A0 and $33.00 One-Piece Wool Dresses In serges eollennes broadrloths. etc. In nary wine green 1'iwn. moko. and a dozen other different colors; so many dlf fi-rent models It Is Impossible to describe any ono In partleu. lar prices range J14.50 $19.75 $24.50 $29.50 and $33.00 T y y t y y y y y t ? : y y y y y y Party We are showing a good line of dresses In pink light-blur "r.t'llo ninl nials; all snappy stylo many of them with The pop- u'nr dra In or hobble...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 7 September 1910

VOLUME XXI GREENVILLE. TEXAS WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 7 1910 n it Fv "!!" Authority School Shoes For Boys and Giris Unless jour shoes fit perfectly they'll causo 5011 many an incoir.fortablu moment; unless they fit perfectly thoy will soon lose their Bkapo and no boy or girl likes a sloppy looking shoe The S. L 1'lerco Shoe for tloys and (Urls will fit jour reel just as though thoy wero mailo to mcasuro ror thoy .tro TOOi MOUI.DI2D In process of manufacture. You get solo tit as well as upper fit. Lot us show how S. L. l'lcrco School Shoes dif- fer In construction from all other shoes. ' PRICES $1.75 to $3.50 OTHER GOOD MAKUS $1.00 $1.50 ONCE MORE YOU CAN GET SEALSH1PT OYSTERS Wo have Just received the first shliment of plump delici- ous Scalshlpt Ojsters the Itlnd with the real tang of Iho sci Scalshlpt Ojsters wero novel so sallsfjlng no; pi so fresh onil wholeson-e never so nourishing as this lot It 5011 have not jot tasted Scalshlpt Oj-slers jou hnvo a rare treat In storo for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 7 September 1910

.1 law ... i &- ss-x . 1- i! j- illi-';.is''''' gsrari ilium iiMMaiwi.MTiwwtrrirarjaMmfciianu M - - W'XVj - JL 5 Mrs. Housekeeper $ Why slay In jour hot kltchou baking bread when wo can do ? Ihcr jtu a loaf each day for y f : only 5 conli. Think about this. ? i M END S1EIM BAKERY I C. CAMENISH Prop. & x-xxxx-x- TEXAS TRACTION GO "(HE CONVEKIEN. WAV" between DALLAS MeKINNEY SHERMAN DENISON And IntermeJIato points. .For Information call upon any Agent or address JAS. P. GRIFFIN G. P. A Dallas Texas. .jfrjW M. R. FEWELL A. G. P. A. Denison. Texas. THE MORNING IfERALbh-":. ' I lv -nnti-nl lit. .. . BY E. W. HARRIS 4 SON. Entered at too nostofflco at Green- villo Texas as second-class mall matter. Wednesday Sept. 7 1910. WHY NOT BOOST? 'Most every man is tempted A Uttlo now and then To do a bit of kicking About his fellow men. It's easy v rj- easy To say tho ugly thing. It's easier to grumble Then merrily to sing. And yet a hammer doesn't Improve the world a bit It doesnt help th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 7 September 1910

V ' W?tf"""' " "pjj-T1- -i3r-'---' 'J&!$ c T iilRK? "Wj-.-- "l ' -C XI NwiH4-.. ..l'.mJfc-ft.;..!.1. . T-r. IV -1. lf TfasU..srt . 'I.r rtA..py. 'L'?LVWL'j!?S!"pCfffyL(VilfcMafJfc ...ti-.-rt.Jt... .uw p. jjj. .. .. j.- u.j'if' - n i.fimyrrj : Y-l n J - il fr iTMf "JL-iiWiJi nwu hflAL ESTATE THAN0F8H8 S5"" MrT"v0ISSfi!r'rVv' ? i: $ I t r r f T t t t i r r r r r t r t ? ? v t T T f t t f ? ' U 1UIMM11IB 01 UIO ibnt It oul.l bo u gioat rll in their power to get essKKmsHasrsrasaEsaaaaraajM The Officers C! H. COLLINS" Supremo Past President. JAS. U HAILHY Supremo rrealdent. ... C. PRNNINGTON Suproine Vice-President. J. AY. 1URUS0NR Sutircuio Seerctnry. IT. W. WILLIAMS Supremo Treasurer. S. P. HAILEY Supremo Mystic. - lUmU S. WELLS Supremo Legal Director. DIl. E. P. UECTON Supremo Medical Director. TtRV W. E. GUAHAM Supremo Chaplain Plil"te"t"l"l"M If Rip van Winkle Lived f f In Greenville . I I Ho would surely keep tho NEW PHONE; Tlio QUICK SEK- VICE both LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE woul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 7 September 1910

"Vif " '' tfJ?jjt5tp- '"V'' " iWff-wSSi If is - Pi v Aim sBI WZ"W" Tlir P III Q M rBBe Rsirmnntss I Wo wo receiving dally large mlpmonts of now Tall Gar- ments. Never have tlio models bon as pretty ns tlits Benson c aro showing n number of the now colorings. The styles tills season cannot liolp but plonso tlio most fastidious. Promi- nent among them nro Tailored Wool Suits The models ibis senton aro very pretty. Coals In various letgths to suit individual taste; skirls In both polatod and hob- lie effects splendid lino ot cloths and colors lo chose from; ex- ceptional values nt $H5o $19.50 $24.50 and $33.00 One-Piece Wool Dresses In serges oollcnncs broadcloths etc. In navy wlno green I'twn smoke and a d07on other dirfcront colors; so many dif- ferent models It Is Impossible to describe any ono In parllcin lar; prices range $14.50 $19.75 $21.50 $29.50 and $33 00 Party Dresses We an showing a good lino of dresses In pink. light-blue i tlio and n-uls; all smppj stylos many of them wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 8 September 1910

dr fll xtnxmiit VOLUME XXI GREENVILLE. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING SEPTEIVIBER 8 1910 NO 7 w "T vx-:-x;"MK''M"M'"!MM";-!-;-;w--;;X"X";'4M"t Authority School Shoes or Boys Unless jour shoes fit perfectly Ihoy'll cause jou many on uncomfortable moinont; tinloss llicy fit potfectly they will soon lotc their shape and no boy or girl likes a sloppy looking shoe The S. L. I'lorco Shoo Tor Hoys and Girls will fit your feet just as though they wero raado to nieasuro for thoy are KOOi. MOUI.DHD In pioccss of manufacture. You get solo fit as well us upper fit. Lot us show how S L. I'lorco School Shoes Ulf- loi In construction from all other shoos. PRICES $1.75 to $3.50 OTHElt GOOD MAKES $1.00 $1.50 MidPWm'md 9fm3E$& ES ONCE MORE YOU CAN GET SEALSHIPT OYSTERS Wo have Just receded the llrst shipment of plump delici- ous Soalshlpt Ojsters the kind with (ho real tang of the sea. Sealsblpt Oyster3 wero never so satisfying never so fresh nnd wholcsoirc never so nourishing as this lot. It you liao no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 8 September 1910

- ----- ' umim iiii i 'I t VQ:7Qn: BKMnifflnpw HM II III" 1 HUllls. I HHimiBKHM I 31 -t -ii -'-'.' -k 'f I.--' .6'; '$ 4 Mrs. Housekeeper Why stay JWr 1" kllehen baking brtJ when we can de- arer n a losf each day '01' ratr t reott Think about this. m C. CAMENISH Prep. K---0-9"9--W"0- TEXAS TRACTION GO "THE C0KYEK1ENT WW between DALLAS. McKINNEY SHERMAN DENISON And Intermediate points. For Information call upon any agent or address JAS. P. GRIFFIN a P. A Dallas. Teias. siSSO M. R. FEWELL A. G. P. A. Denison. Texas. THE MORNING HERALD BY E. W. HARRIS & SON. Entered at the postofflce at Green- rllle TexM a. second-class mall matter. Thursday Sept 8 1910. GIFTS. "Oh frorld God. give dm wealth!'' tie Egyptian cried. HU prayer was granted. Seek Pbajraik's race todar and je shall od Rust and the math alienee and du ty sleep. "Oh World lod. give ao neautyl" cried tbeOreek - Hie prayer -was granted. Oo seek the sunshine race ye find today. A broken column and a lnt uaalrnng. "Oh World Go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 8 September 1910

$PMffTflflty yTlfflFI!' Y y y y y y y y : y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y f Mystic Tribe of ma At n. nicotliiR of llio liooster Club of Clirenvillo Vrldav lilR.i; th Club cnilorseil the Mjsllc Trlbo of Montoznira soiling forth tlint It would bo n groat thing Tor tlio ctly nnd asked every mem bar not only to Join the new organization but to assist and do ell In tliclr power to get othors to become members. vat JBiirfjaBhAajHMweaBsa asutaaasBasmascmeesasasaixs. kjscpeesiss mxKxswtj&fmsBgsBmsscssu y y The Officers CI H. COLLINS Huprorro Past President. JAS. U BAILEY Supremo President. i.. C. PENNINGTON Supromo Vlco-Presldent. J. W. DIUDSONQ Supremo Secretary. H. "W. WILLIAMS Supromo Treasurer. S. P. BAILEY Supreme MyBtlc. DUDE S. WELLS Supremo Legal Director. DR. E. P. DEGTON Supremo Medical Director. Itnv. W. E. QUAIIAM Supromo Chaplain Saard of Advisors G H COLLINS President. J P. YATES. JOS. P NICHOLS. H. P. NELSON. ELLIS niltDSONO. J. A. HODGE. W. J. UEASON. K. W. HAH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 8 September 1910

HH?ninpHinmH ysNjspss ff"Tjfci - v WKKKZ 'B' V" PERSONAL MENTION. i -MK-c-c--:-M--s-c--M-:-e-j-x.v THE JNTERURBAN PROPOSITION "WA-e-ft"e4"--K-fr -F-I--W' itwa tya.T.iTaitifa.flsttiT..Ta.T s-lattavTaafaaTaaJaata .T... tita.T-i KKKK:KKKKM::KK v J ) 4 New Fa W ar rwerrtag daily large shipments of new rwi Gar- incuts rfevec bare the SBOdebt bas as jmrtty as that imw Wt an saoto nsstber t U x eot1aa. Tat smtai IftW ww caaaot beia Vat alts tat ssn tmOiloat. ProsaV aet aseoaa; ttttsv. are Tailored. Wool Suits Tat notes this tattoo art rcrr pretty. Coats la variou? lectOM to slt ledJrMaal tat; iklrtt (a beta pelated and bob- Ma attteta aataedU lis of ttotas and colon to choa from; e- crptiaaal valaef at SK.M1 sts.60 jx.50 and wtx One-Piece Wool Dresses ta terse toltenaes broadcloth etc.. la navy. iao green fewn rasoke aad a dozen other different colors; to many dlt iVrent models It It impossible to describe any one ia parucui tar; prieee nags 3UJ0 9.Ti S24.50 S-50 and 533JX1 Party Dresses W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 9 September 1910

ku " l...'y"'iJi'l'iilW''BUMIii.niirti- a- .j-hmm ll -AIL $v S ftf Ira sunn VOLUME XXI GREENVILLE. TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 9 19 10 NO 8 14-4'li' I 1 I .'. '.'. es I ....VVtt''V'MVVHVnV. 1 DAMAGING TO DH. CHEPPEN Authority School Shoes or Boys and Gin's Unlci jour shoes tit perfectly thoj'll causo .jou ininj nn uiicoiiitortnblo moment; iniloss thej lit poifectly they will booh loto their shnpo-ahd no boy or girl likes a sloppj-looking shoe. Thu S. I Picrco Shoo for liojs ami (llrls will fit jour feel jusl as though" they wcie undo to meisura (oi they tiro l'OOi JIOUI.DIIO In process of inaiiutatUire. You got solo lit as well us uppoi fit Lot us show how S 1 IMercu School Shoes dlf- fct In construction from all other shoes. PRICES $1.75 to $3 50 . OTIIUIl QOOD MAK1S ?1 00 $1 r0 midsfsmek' teasoss!ssiEini ONCE MORE YOU CAM GET SEALSHIPT OYSTERS Wo hne just leeched the first shipment o plump delici- ous SoaHhipt Ojstois the kind with tho leal tang of tho sci Sealshlpt Oysters wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 9 September 1910

Pagf1 '"WJrW cvr-f V v mis. nouseKeeper $ Why star In roar hot kitchen A baking bread when we can d X tint roe a loaf each day (or only I enti SENATOR BAILEY'S TARIFF REOORD. .v. fkli.L .!.. Jkl A 1WU1 AWUUh tUt. 1 X record on that law whlli I; was X process of enactment and amor 3 I WEST END SIM X C. CAMENISH Prop. TEXAS TRACTION GO "THE GOXYEKIENr WAV between DALLAS. MeKINNCY SHERMAN DEN'ISON And Intermediate points For Information call upon agent or address JAS. P. GRIFFIN 0. P. A- Dallas Texas. $38U M. R. FEWELL A. G. P. A. D-nlson. Texas. any THE MORNING HERALD BY E. W. HARRIS & SON. Entered at the postoElce at Green- riUe Texas as second-class mall mutter. Friday Sept. 9 1910- The man who lives up to his best to-day Is on the aaTe side. For him there may be no to-morrow. When the present cotton crop laj marketed the people of the South can send a few millions more Boat to pay for automobile. "Political peace and rest; fairly Interpreted to mean that the people are to be lu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 9 September 1910

It U a well known fact that it i hauler to lKcM cold food than warm food ami nB most of the food intci in fail weaifar is net ercit amount rTiW live lulTeraw results. It s well to he care f j h U caHnTot either USE am '"'' '" 0l r ' '' ut ll ' more important DR. CALDWELL'S ? Vn" iJrc "u(t"i"S from indigestion to SYRUP PEPSIN i YV tc"rccl !rom!ll' 1' Is liard enough at .1 . Tii V t 1 1 51 ''"' 0 bcar ln udcr terrible heat but when the stomach is loaded with food it cannot d gest and the bowels are cloovwl with decaung matter the whole system becomes" congested Yo become iSSert p headaches colds fever constipation and .-udozen and one ailments that male life a burden Take a few doses of Dr. Caldwell's S run I'cr in and yon xvffl find immediate relief and in a short time a permanent cure. It will cleanse the stomach and bowels and give your system' a new start Appe e R00" pint sound sleep and energy will soon return ami our drpcpsiS u I lme vanished. The cost is only CO cents or $l.co ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 9 September 1910

HJESJBBTJHMKiflJIBii m?m "'wc" " '7RTg()W"5WfY pffipBUMwjwuiiwr-' nwdMff rytyi. tt -i ytf$gfa!pjTrm-7'iPW'y!f?TT' WWSCTW i"RJn"WJ( JIH I niiBiiwli'nrtlAl m Imim'i am i no isnHHivMq P5PwJ5SW HAW" "-" " . . I ll fc Jllll I I "- - . m 'WIWJIIWWJ WU! "HSftt".' V'ISW - - - J-lM(ijZ El I r vjr I Ladies Evening find After- 1 noon downs PERSONAL MENTION. items of interest of Those Who Conie and G&- shetlit lionise!! was :n Delias yes ii rda l'iuf J K. Abney went to Josephine jeswrdav J M Tisdall Ktarnad from Dallas WE HAVE RECEIVED BY EXPRE9S A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF LADIES' EVENING AND AFTERNOON GOWNS THEY ARE SUCH THAT WILL BOOM THE READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT IN ANY STORE. Kvonlng irfn of 1 ght blue crepe de chine pleated skirt net oXe band and gold t-tmminrs a soft girdle of same materia' We offer at c- -q Au Evening Gown or white chiffon over a silk lining? made with kneo flounce dress trimmings being of one-'neb tuck-' r .and neck and short sleeves priced g 59 Afternoon Goan of Copenhagen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 14 September 1910

2 tern VOLUME XXI GREENVILLE. TEXAS WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER M.1910 NO 12; 1 IAXIt Sri V P .XX"M"W'X"XX"XK"M - ! I ! YET i $30 fyr tM 1919 ALtrtilOnlif r & (vtft $7.50 jv j A C? 11 1 IMM IMlMiPWIHlUM ! ! L'"U Jf-g jl'ltl'irllVlfl.l-UJ Jill J 'M-l-i 111 !)' Comb Honey in Bulk Something Fancy Suits i mv Ml Snappy Styles :: swsihl x x r'':)-riSg ! a?W.mW&i v - arJty. x vWjieaFizWzm I .ZZT" V$il&ZttlZKitZZ& ? Y Y f Y Y Y ? Y J Y Y Y Y Y Y Y SCHOOL SHOES FOR THE BOY or GIRL Tho Better Kind Is what we 'are able to show you. We know how to fit the children's feet and do tako special interest in their faot welfare as well as giving them the very best school &hoes that can be made. We exejeise the same care In tltt'sg the children as we do with the grown fclks. Greenville Shoe Co. West Side of 'Square "X"X - KX"X ;.a.v.;-X.aa.;-X Young Americans WHO TAKE PRIDE IN THEIR APPEARANCE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT "SOCIETY" Brand Clothos IN STYLE THEY ARE DIFFER- ENT YET DIGNIFIED PLAI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 14 September 1910

if. m WKE&-IP WuUHtw AjSSmUSilsSut W9SauaSBBKfi& Mrs. Housekeeper MW-.XK-X--XX-e''MiiM for tie future la ll! It will 'require S.000 0 tales and In 1't jit wll he DccJary for ai to produn ' fltHMWi hak of cotton to meet the demands of commerce Mere Is one ( of the greatest opportanltles fo- wealth that ha beta known within the historic period." I Waj- stay In your toot kitchen taking bread when we can-we Hr you a loaf each day for only t cents Think about tali .! WEST IKO BUtER. I C CAMENISH. Prop. X -C-W-M-X-M-.X---K-0-M-O TEXAS TRACTION GO "THE COHVEKIEKr WAY" between DALLAS MeKINNEY SHERMAN DENISON And Intermediate points. For Information caH upon arret or address JAS. P. GRIFFIN a P. A-. Dallas Texas The whisky lobby had no occat - i to Interfere with the work of Uc ' fourth special session to practical all the work that Ooverao.- Campbe'1 Placed before It was done and that. too la a rather satisfactory mane .The railroad lobby ooc was all-pow jerfnl at Austin. Now It la ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 14 September 1910

T' V-5 ' jxn"' rr-nrw (iipipiin1i hiibii'i HaHfswsMssisss&-f ?a-iiTBMPWiiTEJBWMMMMMMfcMMMijiMiijji5BBIp "' ' ' "' ' ' i . i . I VMUM. . L .J I I UNCI.) J I'ncli of the chit! or liana n the bodv li a V link in the Club ol I Life. A chain it no 'stronger thin lt weakest link the body tin atrnnlr itmn Its - . " ninn mau (is weakest or i. If there is weakness ol stomach Iher or 1unj there Is neak link i the chain of life which may snap at any lime. Often this so-cniled "wenknrs n caused by lack of nutrition the result ol -weakness or iliioasa or the Urn .noli and other orfans ol digestion and nutrition. Diseases and weakliest rr the stomach and its allied organs are cured by the use of Dr. Pierce a f uli'jn Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stomach la enred di ch of other organs which ttem remote from the stomach hut which u.u .nun . ..Km iii w uncairu cunumon m me sinmacn anu Other u rcum of digestion and nutrition aro cured also. The atroni mnn has a utroni ntnmach. Tak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 14 September 1910

mmmmmmmmmmtmmmBmsmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm gtJt. !WJ' tv---" y Y waaivni w &mf Y Y e i V y y t y y ; t y y y y y y y y y y y y y y f y L.l 'i " Wl. W V AS THE SEASON PROGRESSES THE QUESTION ARISES V ArufrtYEr DUtl I we tanv rtli nuriETe. . Our method of Shoe bu)lnn nnd Shoo selling appeals lr J res'stnbl to the prudent buer Wc buy and sell Shoes in V honor. If a Shoe fulls to cone up to our expectations and 1 repreaenUtlom you lose nothing we accept the loss Our Shoe section Is full ot the new 11I Shoes best et)le3 and leathert all attractively priced. t Children' ill solid leather Kid Shoes Z to G prices EOc 75c 31.00 t Children's til solid leather Kid Shoot &tt to S. prices 75c Jl 00 J 1.25 y Misses' all solid leather Kid Shoos SM to lift prices 1 00 f 2B and $1.50 J Misses' solid leather Kid Shoos 12 to S prices 1 15 $1 2S V $13S. n.45 $1.50 $1.75 and $1.5)5 V Patent loather volour and box calf Shoes for girls J Boys' all wild leather Shoos 0 to 12 patent leather or Kid. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville Morning Herald — 15 September 1910

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Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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