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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 26 January 1910

SHPI!",',! rTT"' ..V ; ' f Kij! JkfrtJLriimmti&Mm1immmM0l CSS5S55E225iE225Z52 &$ a& & 0Oft 0(SMQ) &$ 1 Ik. "t mr& mmmm man. ' is ' 0 "niii a ceo. 4 fr H . Wf f ' J :Jamay Clearance Sale Affords Matchless Bargains in FOOTWEAR ; Tno unheard or prlco smashing In this departmom may eoorn ridiculous but come, toe nnd bo convinced. Ono lot ladlcs'Ulno bluchor tan shoes, nil alios, foriror prices $2.E0 to 3. BO, January Clearance prlco SJ51.05 Ono lot ladles' patent lonthor vnrap and raspberry top button shoos, former price (3.50, January Sale rrlco S1.05 'About 200 pairs lino shoes (or ladles, kid or patent leather, nowest styles, volts or turns, tbIucs up to ?l, choice of tho Jot ; Sl.OS Ono lot $2.6rvnluo9 ladles' flno shoes, ltld or patent leather, Unht or heavy soles, good styles, good wear, cholco of this Jot S1.05 OOno lot ladles' kangaroo calt shoos, blucber cap stjles or com .ifll tnnn nnnsiv Koft con ovorv dav shoes, sizes 3 to 8. cheap at fl.EO, January C...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 27 January 1910

Sww ffiyV'fc- -" r J J?taY-r.fryW1ftffi ft" ( ' a V (EfriimitU ttotttitw Ttf vj Wll40 ft. VOLUME XX CREENV1LLE, TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING, IANUARY 27. 1910 NO. U5 i Vllif R.. fe ll lit ii. && &0$& iKKj & W.H. Naylos&Co's, o o o o o o o o o FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK The same Low Prices which have prevailed for the past 10 days will hold good until Satur day night, January 29th. This is the most successful sale ever held in Greenville, if you have not profited by it, come this week, o f I I o o o o O ' o o ft a $t 0550OOO0 $:& (-j-!-5-jt-jt-j ! y T T T T Night Robes We bine all tho good things In Men's comfortablo sleoplng garments. N'ght Shjrts nn pajamas, of Jlua li), Dpmet FJanpel, SJadras, Chgvjqt, Scotch Tlannols. Some plain, qthors fqney, Ihe Niellt Shirts are 50. SI. S1.50 to S3.50, Tho Pajamas aro S2.00. S3.50 t s:t.5o, Our sleoplng garments are cut full nnd roomy, In order to mako them comfortablo, scffi$tos8e& sQ- rV? - ,'JIUW . " X Y f f t...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 27 January 1910

'W ti .1 - s . W ,M .w-" 5SE5 rjif S V X -H-H -W-H-H DOTH PHONE8 93. PHONE . WJ. Norman & Sons $ FOR CABl ' , OR '" ' ,, FOR TEAM8. ' PROMPT SERVICE. jj- DOTK PHONES 03. THE MORNING HERALD Dy C. W. HARRI3 &. BON. Entered at the Dostofflco at Green rllle, Terr, as second-class mall matter DRINKINQ ATMEALS. " One by ono old nnd cherished Idcns nro Klvlng way boforp tho sltnplo np plication ot practical tests, 'PorhapB no other Idea with refcrenro to oat Ing habits lias lieen more widespread and moro persistent than that It Is In jurious to drink waters at meals. The old medical rulo against eating before going to hed has boon dlscOuntonanc cd by the medical profession Itself for n long time niw, and It has been repoatcdly shown that a rcasonablo amount of food taken before retiring Is bcnoflelnl to many nofvous pooplo and Is not Infrequently a cure for Insomnia. The lulo against drink ing at meals 1ms boon mora persist ent, but It appears to be doomed, now that tho professors ...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 27 January 1910

k. i Or. I. ' sWfci I n HI IF 5cr3 An B iveep i ne dioman Kigi Don't Feed it with rubbish. Eat food that gives you gdod health. nn nniAE UHifl GHAIff is a combination of cetcals.WHEAT, OATS, RICE and BARLEY, so blended that they form a food unlike any other. You will get from the food sufficient nutrition to keep the body healthful. Give it to the children with a frail constitution and note its building-up properties. It not only tastes good, but will be of great benefit. Ask your Grocer. 4 Per Cent Savings 4 Per Cent. All , savings accounts opened tins month will bo calculated from Jan. first. Ono hundred and two Savings nocounts have been opened. (Jo!n whllo you can get tho b noflt of out S1.00 gift, nnd liavo your Interest begin from Jan. 1st, 1910. Only January accountB get In on this and that with tbo largest bank In limit County. drocnvlllo National Ex chanrjo Dank. Chambcrla'n's Cough Itemed never disappoints those who use It for obsti nate coughs, colds nnd Irritations ot th...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 27 January 1910

t ' WS i??H s LiWPiV T T.1i--1- soir j o , W$(WIS(H n ;v 4mhHMW S&j-CSf fc I-"" " 355 55frO0 0O 000 o& e& e o$ &$ i-H-H-H-H 'H-H-M-M-H toSfl Wflj you do ruawiD), tiff January Clearance Sale Affords Matchless Bargains in FOOTWEAR Tho unheard of price smashing In this department may room ridiculous but come, too and bo convinced. Ono lot ladles' flno bluchor tan Bhoes, nil slies, former prlcos 2.G0 to $3 50, January Clearanco price $1.05 Ono lot ladles' patent leathor vanip and raspborry top button shoes, former prlco J3 50, January Salo price $1.05 About 200 pairs fine shoos tor ladlos, kid or patent leather, newest styles, wolts or turns, values up to t, cholco of tho lot i S1.9S 45 Ono tot2.E6values ladles' flno shoes, kid or patent leather, O I'Sbt or heavy solos, good styles, good wear, cholco of this '"' $1.65 Ono lot lnd'es' kangaroo calf shoos, bluchcr cap st)les or com mon sense, soft good every day shoes, sizes 3 to 8, cheap at (1.50, January Clearanco Sato p...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 28 January 1910

FB " lie J- ' ,n w VOLUME XX GREENVILLE, TEXAS. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28. 19J0. NO. 1 16 WJ'll4v i1"! :n r M ic I t M A F sao firtooo 00000000 0000 $000 000 0 I W, H. Nayloi & Go's, QUICK BUSINESS SALE CONTINUE FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK The same Low Prices which have prevailed for the past JO days will hold good until Satur day night, January 29th, This is the most successful sale ever held in Greenville, if you have not profited by it, come this week, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 s Si 0000 0000000O 0000 JJI! Night f ? t t ? t t ? f f t ? ? T ? ? ? ? T f ? t dG v ?aigB Mr Wo havo all tho good Milnes In lien's comfortable sleeping garments Night Shirts and Pajamas of Mus lin, Doraot riannol, Madras, Chovlot, Scotch rianncls Some plain, otbors fancy, Tho Night Shirts are 5()e, j51, S1.50 to $3.50. The Pajamas aro SS.OO. S2.50 to S?3.50. Our sleeping garments aro cut full and roomy, In order to mako them comfortable. r'jWSiL jJM;JJJM5M5MJ4, -JmJ5mJmJJJJ y y T y t y t y y y y T Our Sens...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 28 January 1910

("PSfei V p . i' Wbjxi" v.? .UWiSMMttKX...,. &&" $- mgmM WH"gIHPgH mprwmM'Ligm - w.iamm Wx. .1: lip : ' i 9K 1 , "TH i r , VI afct'tw Pf; BA : ,o t; i f ea, .r. i JlflL g:; yM H,HM 4MHHt BOTH PHOMfiB 03. PHONE W J, Norman & Sons I FOR CAB OR FOR TEAMS. PROMPT. SERVICE. BOTH PHONES nil. J. J F '- Ono lu .. O ubm orNING HERALD tot rt , HARRIS & SON. w one lo- TU-S at the postoHIco at Green- rill, Tex, ns second-class mall matter Friday, Jan. 2S, 1910. HUMAN NATURE A FACTOR. The Jacksonville (Fla) Tlmoa Un ion, la attemptlnc to dofend ih .ml i ley of taxing raw material !a eulltv i an mousing mlsjudement or hu- -Wan nature, aa well as of an Inox &UabJo iulsrenrcBentntlnn nf t Brjan'a position. It savs. "It la absolutely true that froo raw materials under a protective sjstoin jjould strengthen the hold of that sys tem, add to the advantage 'given the manufacturers and lift not one parti- viu ui iuu uurueu irom mo anoulders of the consumers. It la true also that if th...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 28 January 1910

At: . yit . i Vf; .jKtntfr- ra?r'' j1 ir n.- rr V '--& ' M.- r"rt- IHHIBHBliniHNIIBMXIllRRiniBHMHHKBClBllllllBIHBKIIIRRBIEiiaHIIEnB REAL ESTATE TRAN8FBR8. DANIEL DOONE, LETTER WRITER WMVMVMtiMWA.'44,-.AA AAAA't. . . & 8r,- It r . t . s m m m m m SB a a a B ffl a H a a H B H B n B H Sale! Two Days Saturday and IModay9 Janaary 29th and 5Ssi. TO MAKE THE TWO CLOSING DAYS OK OUR GREAT JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE BANNER DAYS WE ARE GOING TO OFFER YOU BARGAINS IN MOST EVURY LINE THAT POSITIVELY HAVE MO EQUAL YOU WILL NOT HAVE ANOTHER CHANCE TO SAVE TIKE THIS. OF COURSE THESE ITEMS WE ARE OFFERING YOU ARE IN BROKEN LINES AND ODD LOTS, ONLY A FEW OF EACH, HENCE THESE EXTREMELY LOW PRICES TO CLOSE THEM OUT. MANY LINES ARE MARKED AT HALF, SOME AT MUCH LESS THAN HALF. DO NOT OVERLOOK ONE OF THESE ITEMS HERE. COME EARLY FOR THERE ARE MANY OTHER EXCEPTIONAL VALUES OFFERED BUT ARE IN TOO SMALL A QUANTITY TO ADVERTISE. REMEMBER, THIS SALE HOLDS GOOD FOR ONLY TWO DAYS BUT THAT MEANS MUCH MONEY S...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 28 January 1910

;.- isics csprfp 'j.-s-M ftttf-i" an i i -,-js fjte ., w -.' , ... t.ii jai . ,.f. ,1; i . . .uij.'K.'.i ,. nrr ni Trrinm r-- tp; ir.iB 1 BOTH,s!rs Si i Hi eo& 00000000 o 0 o o o o -JJ. H I icon fW.F, Norma, 44 " ?. .t $, PHOI FOR C -or: forVtej I ffl u m v Dress Skirts PROMPT48E- J BOTH JPHONI 3ELECT FOM. ABOUT 100 DIFFER. t.Jg.j.lcllXTAlis;' NOVELTIES, ETC. LADIES.' REQU. yf5S EXTRA SIZES, MISSES' SIZES. ON "8ALE. vr "w WILL CONTINUE AT THESE PRICES UNTIL 0 0 0 0 0 til 0 0 0 0 ' O 0 4 NEWS IN DRIEF. . I I i "1 -' ! ! ! FUth Sunday Meeting. Itev. Ed U Compcro wont to Hoy so last evening to nttend fifth Sunday meeting at that place. H! Brother 8Ick. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Polk went to Commerce yesterday called thoro by tho Illness of u brother ot Mr. Polk. PERSONAL PARAORAPH8. Items ot Interett of Those Who Come and Go. It. Ilu)lo Is In (Jrnml Hallne. J. C. ltcecu went to Datlns yester day. Kd Scaton lias rcturnod fiom Ath ens. Shcrllt Homsill was la Paris yos-tordav. ' PlinHtn tfnu...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 29 January 1910

' v 4t Wfji , "w I HIW.j'lJ; -(. 1 t.. P-r IT- miwik Kl V DirnUt :, ', ,;v VOLUME XX GREENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, TANUARY 2?. J910. NO. 117 rJ i (&m ma. k C v h y If H y iT Y Ks Y 00 OO0 (00 0?H&00O $000 0 0000 fit O '. H. Naylo & Go's, 0 G 0 0 O yUlbli oUoIPaLd eAL CONTINUE FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK The same Low Prices which have prevailed for the past JO days wilt hold good until Satur day night, January 29th. This is the most successful sale ever held in Greenville, if you have not profited by it, come this week, t! ? ? ? T T ? V T ? ? T t t y y y y ? y y y y y y y fin 1 In !!01UI i ySJu Night Robes Wo have all tho good things In Men's comfortable) sleeping garment's. Night Shirts and Pajamas of Mus lin, Domet Flannel, Madras, Cheviot, Scotch Flannels. Somo plain, others fancy, Tho Night Shirts aro 50c, $1, $1.50 to $3.50. Tho IMJainas aro S2.00. $2.50 to $a-.50. Our slcoplug garments aro cut full and roomy, In order to muko them comfortable. C;KKnKKKtKJ ...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 29 January 1910

W in ii ,i VlkiZ,SiiWUi lU , " ti O I 1 o o o o s W a Q IMcwmMtaiAoa Coal iiHhkiBf m1 BBBBR4? -yj. .m-M-H- BOTH PHONE8 03. PHONE W,F, Norman & Sons TOR CAD on . FOR TEAMS. PROMPT SERVICE. DOT -- r"."II"rI DOTH PHONE8 03. r X T t T Tt T iT TT TTT 'rrn n THE MORNING HERALD By E. W. HARRIS & SON. Entered at the postottlco at Green rllle, Tex., as BeconQ-claii mall matter Saturday, Feb. 29, 1910. IN A LITTLE WHILE. Presently the Borrow Which besets jou now Wll bo clearoil aw aj ; lly this time tomorrow You mnj vvondor how Care camo- yesterday. Branches v. Ill bo swnvlng. Breezes will blow sweet Over trees abloom; Children will be plajlng Up mid dovin tho stroot. Banishing tho gloom. Presently tho places That aro cold and drear Will again be fair. Joy will light tho faces Where lodaj appear Traces of despair. Gladness will be ringing Down through dale and doll Over moor and bill; Thrushes will be singing Bravely: "All is well, God is reigning still." t, Presently forgetting All o...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 29 January 1910

tW' r 3 fty,wt .w r v( "5?'t'"'l J - i-P mi "ifim Kmm w5 PERUNA EDITORIAL NO. I. - i ' a Dr. Hartman i now offering Fernna to tho publio as a regular pharmaceu tical product. It is just as ethical as any compound put up for tho medical profession. No straining of medical ethics can find any fault with it THE I'lUNCIPAL ACTIVE INGREDIENTS are prominently incorporated in tho label on lha Lottie, that tho people may know that tho claims nmdo for l'cmna have a true jv , m. Tho only dep....u-o wo shall make from medical ethics in tho conduct of Peruna affairs iu the futuro, is tho fact that wo Bhall continue to advertise and sell our product TO THE PEOPLE. If wo would agree to sell to doctors only, to advertise for doctors only, then tho medical fraternity would bo obliged to rccognuo Peruna as being onthely within their approval. BUT WE SHALL NOT DO THIS. Wo shall contlnuo to offer Peruna to tho people. Wo shall continue to convey to tho people our claims for Peruna as a household remed...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 29 January 1910

tvr & .39ij-?-, Z!Iij.3 K-..--Mj i 'if X .- 4, .MHVrt-v I ifT" 0C G0O0 0000 O0OO 00 0000 oo l j g 4 j ! $ & 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O ', 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 At 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 i t Uii usual Ladies' Offering ess Skirts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NEWS IN BRIEF. 4. 4 . . 1 t "I 1 Is Reported Sick. John 15. Cooper U reported as be ing seriously 111. about iso to select from. about 100 differ, ent models. these consist of voiles, panama3, serges, s1cillians, novelties, etc. ladies' regu lar sizes, extra sizes, misses' sizes. on sale, now and will continue at these prices until sold: Lot 1IJInck Vollo and Panamn Skirts, wore ?10.t)0 and 12.50, Salo prlco v... $6.95 Lot 2 Black Voiles, Hack nnd colored Panamas and Slcllllans, Novelties, Etc, woro $7.50. Salo price 5J54.95 Lot 3 JS.EO Black VoIIcb and Panamas, and Mohairs In black, white and colors, Novelties, Serges, Etc., Salo prlco...3,95 Lot i J1.00 Black Panama Skirts, Sale price $2.98 WE ARE SHOWING ...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 30 January 1910

- -.! J VOLUME XX GREENVILLE, TEXAS. SUV MORNING, IANUARY 30. 1910 NO. U8 o o o & O 0 til fo o o o O . IJr r ' o O O O O e I . o O gj ? Y y T T t T T T T T T tf t f T t T T y f f Y Y Y V Y Y Y Y Y Y . Jt . -. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y r f y ? ? v. T ti0 OOOO O80 O oooooooo oooo oooo oooo I o a o o o o o, 8. SS SALE W. H. Naylos? & Go's, quick busine: CONT FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK iu ENTHUSIASTICALLY RECEIVED AT COURT HOU8E YESTERDAY Declared Prohibition to De Main Is sueIs In favor of Constitution, al or Statutory Prohibition, O""""" Hon cono Jolmson, ot Tj lor, can The same Low Prices which have prevailed for the past 10 days will hold good until Satur day night, January 29th. This is the most successful sale ever held in Greenville, if you have not profited by it, come this week. - EBB 1 R ft ffi lit 1 la I 0 U a y$i HUb ?? o o '8 O g, HOME TROM 3T. LOUlfr u.. ...H..i r-l" T. J. McDanlel Has Retuned F Business Trip. T J. McDanlel nrrlvod lust from SL IxjiiIb to which city h ...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 30 January 1910

i-t-i " !r5rii?4fii.tw . wUhuJN Jv , i . i J "& "BFTiWiPP - fc "T- rHBH t3lr, s . ..rf jh-v-ms ig13- -' -i H it '.Tjhie . M M-H-H" 'M-H-H-h .H-J-H- DOTH PNONES 93, PHONE s-W.F, Norman & Sons FOR CAB FOR TEAM8. PROMPT 8ERVICE. BOTH PHONES Q3. t H-i-M-fr THE MORNING HERALD By E. W. HARRI8 A 80N. .int2.re1 at tto PoiloHlco nt Green nue. Tex., as second-class mall matter Sunday, Jan. 30, 1910. smalt ono ho is also invltlnc die appointment and ombnrrnssincnt Tho working of tula law i ,u0 Iblo In tho fact that tho groat Inven tions or llio day nro most frequent ly tho result ot tho inventor's oxpor lonccs In tho lino of his ordinary task. What ho has learned thoro hag taught him tho better way of his In Ivontlon. But tho hlghost nppllca Ion of this. truth Is that tho earthly "" ""nB nmid tho scenes so fa miliar as to hecomo dull, and husy with cvorjdny dullcs, Is tho propa ration for tho otornnl lir0 that the faithful H,o with Ood. Tho calls ot God to hlgbon service and to higher ...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 30 January 1910

' i" lWJV Silence ! The Inilinct ot modeity natural to ery woman i oltrn rt himlrtnce to the euro ol womanly distinct. 'Women ihrink Irom the perjonnl questions ot tlie locI ph)lcin which tcemiindelicate The thought o( cxnmiaiition i li horrent to them, anil so they enduro fn tlleneu a condition et disease which turcly progresses Irom bad to none. It A.n I t" -. Pierce's privilege to care n arcat many t t men who hare loumt n rctu&e tor modesty In hta otter of rnttB consultif v lon by letter. Ml -correspondence It held ns sacrctlly confidential, address Dr. li. V. Pierce, ttutlalo, X. Y. Dr. Pierce's l'morjtc Prescription restores nnd regulates the womanly (unctions, abolishes pain arid builds up and puts the finishing touch of health on every weak woman who fl-uc It a fair trial. Itjilakes Weak Women Strong, Sick Women Well. You csn't afford tc accept a secrtt nostrum as a substitute lor this non-alcoholic, medicine oi known conrositioN. Per, Cent. opened this 4 Per Cent Saving...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 30 January 1910

"w& 'SSm iE-. rr ty$z wm ?je&2i 'f'-o A T iw fcmww. M.wiJWf; -r "' J rT " -sTfi , uri""f I M &00 030000 000 0000 000 000 0 o o OS ft o Cr ft o & o V." 0 $ w 0 e o 0 0 0 M K J Unusual Offering Ladies' Dress Skirts about 150 to select from. about 100 differ, ent models. these consist of voiles, panamas, serges, sicillians, novelties, etc. ladies' regu lar sizes, extra sizes, misses' sizes. on sale, now and will continue at these prices until sold: Lot 1 Black Vollo nnd Pnnnnia Skirls, were $10.00 and $12.30, Sale prlco :iG.95 Lot 2 Black VoIIcb, black and colored Panamas and SIcIlllanB, Novelties, Etc., wore $7.50, Salo price $4.95 Lot 3 $6.50 Black Voiles and 'Panamas, and Mohairs In black, white and colors, Novelties, Serges, Etc., Sale prlco. ..S3. 05 Lot 4 $4.00 Black Panama Skirts, Sale price S2.9S WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL NEW LINE RED SEAL GINGHAMS FOR l()e. ALSO, NEW WHITE GOODS, WAISTINGS, 'DRESS CHAMBRAYS, SOISETTES, LACE8 AND EMBROIDERIES, MUSLIN WEAR, ETC....

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 1 February 1910

TSSSB BH l-!SiK 'Jl N.g.8?- - (frre'enmlle Jltorniii -vXjSjf V & GREENVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1,19 0 NO. 133 v '"Sp" " ' "" iSHHHH 1 cmlHf. JJyOLUME XX " v 1 m m vat $$ 8itf $ 0 o$ REMEMBER Remnant CONTINUES All This Week Manv Great Bargains will be found. It will paPyou to come and see. New Spring Goods are now coming in and we ask your inspec tion of the same. We sell Pictorial Review Patterns. '0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000 0000000 0000 W. H. Naylor & Co. JD O. Hayfer & Son. -m$m;$m23m A Z 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 Y I ,' r. NJ. We Want You to Krvow THAT WE ARE PREPARED TO 8HOW YOU 80ME VERY SNAPPY STYLES IN EARLY SPRING FOOTWEAR, CON SISTING OF OXFORDS, LOW CUT TIES AND SLIPPERS EVERYBODY WILL BE DELIGHTED TO SAY GOODBYE TO THE HIGH TOP SHOES FOR WINTER AND WE WILL BE DELIGHTED TO SHOW YOU NOW ALL THE NEW THINGS IN SPRING 1910 FOOTWEAR. ' WE ARE SHOWING MEN'S AS WELL AS LADIES' LOW CUT SHOES AND A GLANCE AT OUR WINDOWS WILL G...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 1 February 1910

w - NEEDS OF THE SOUTH M-M-4MK.. xxmX"X''X'-M' hi JNES 03. PHONE ; W,F, Norman & Sons i FOR CAD OR FOn TCAMS. PROMPT sr.IWICE. BOTH PHONES 03. .I-I-H' S-H-H-H- H-H-M' THE MORNING HGKALD BY E, W. HARRIS &. SON. Kntered at the postottlco at Uroen vlllo, Texas, as second class mall mat ter. Thursday, Feb. 17, 1910. DOTH CHANGING FROM PROHIBITION TO BAILEY ISSUE AND WHY. The Courier-Times said s veinl dajs ago tliat the politicians and would bu framers up had orlglu.illj said the Ual lej question ought not and must ut enter the approaching BiiuoriMtoTl.il campaign, but that prohibition vva and must he tho Issue or political racs track on which tin- candidates for tin nomination for (hat office must da their running That tills Issuy had been selected because thej know Cone Johnson was a runner of speed and metal and the) thought prolilbl tlon would act as both a handicap for Johnson and a boost for their favor Ite, Judge Polndoxter. Hut that their favorite was too slow lu blartin...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Greenville morning herald. — 1 February 1910

-?,vi!ffPmBl,;ssWBB! F T "Sr c ,rr ( UHi4W .. "" .a v j tjw n'iwn3rt'"Vi - nr J. v -y y- A fc b ' V b- MEAT A COSTLY FOOD The average person cats too much meat, and as mcatj is a costly article of food it would be good policy to omit it at times from the daily bill of fare. Just try as a substitute DR, PRICE ILCRAIN FOOD 174 Two objects arc gained thereby improvement of health and a saving of money. As Dr. Price's Algrain Food is a correct combination of WHEAT, OATS, RICE and BARLEY, it lwr Brvo'i M0-- contains all the nourishing elements of meat. Ask your Grocer. BEAU E8TATE TRANSFERS. Deeds Filed For Record In Office ol County Clerk. (Furnished by Klncoy AuWjct Co.) Deeds nlcd Feb. U, 1010: K. V. Pott and wlfo to Saml. Nel son, two tracts of Felix a. Fossea and Martin Quest surveys; $750.00 H. P. Bone to J. H. Mnuldln, lot 3 In block No. 31, Collego Hill nddl t on to Greenville; JlM.uO. P. M. Apperson nnd wlfo to T. F Appcrsou, lot In City ot Commerce; M 000.00. 7.. I). Qrlshnrc. ...

Publication Title: Greenville Morning Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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