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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, November 13, 1903, Image 4

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Ladies fine shoos at Wood Bros
County court adjuourned today
Ed House of Austin is in the city
W Y Ballew is at Neches today
W A Weatherford of Elkhart is in
the city today
J F Cuson went up to Neches this
morning
Bargains in shoes at Wood Bros
Deputy Sheriff Ben Parker is in the
cityfrom Elkhart
Express wagon given with every
boys suit at Wood Bros
V C Campbpll and Tom Harris are
at Neches attending court
Try the new grocers with your next
order Cooke Mclntyre phone
734 107tf
Walter Connally of Tyler a whole
sale machinery man is In the city to
day
Wood Bros are going out of the
clothing business
1 W H Dick and J B Huff are home
from Jacksonville where they attend
ed the East Texas Truck Growers
meeting
Closing out sale on overcoats at
Wood Bros
Phone 734 will get the new grocers
Cooke Mclntyre Sam Lucas old
stand 107tf
Mrs Corrine Corrv of Crockett is in
the citv and with Mrs A E Howard
iwlll gotONustin tonight to attendan
important meeting in interest of the
Daughters of the Confederacy
Frank Fitzpatrick Harry Dolsen
and John Wright are home from a big
Jiunt on Moss lake and they report
they got the game
A genuine cordivan shoe at Wood
Bros
i County Commissioner Dan Parker
returned to Elkhart today Mr Par
ker is making a fine commissioner
< and is always faithful to duty He is
always on hand when the court meets
You can get the best stove pipe at
the Bargain Store at 15 cents a joint
109 3t J E Bonus Prop
C M Bland of Dallas representing
the Jesse French Piano Co was in
the city yesterday the guest bf the
local agent of that company Mr Lu
ther Harman
The Misses Crpzior will give a piano
recital at their studio at 730 oclock
this evening A treat is in store for
those friends who have been invited
E P Kuhl one of our uptodate
truckers wasih town today with a
load cf new irisn potatoes which were
J planted the last day of August on
> land that had already grown a crop of
truck These potatoes were big as a
mans fist
A now time card will go into effect
on the I G N Sunday
Good things to cat can be found at
Cooke Mblntyres the now grocers
Phone 734 107tf
Hon N A Cravens and son of Aus
tin are at the Faulkner Mr Cravens
i < out making speeches for Pincknoy
for congress from the Houston dis
trict
Dont overlook Wood Bros closing
sale
Some specially good values in la
dies 3150 shoes have just been re
ceived at Cooke and Inkleys They
have both the heavy and light shoes
with stock or patent tips Their heels
range from the spring heel to the
medium high opera heel These shoes
can bo had in either calf or kid
Tho very latest methods of painless
extraction of teeth by Drs Smith
Barnes dentists Vitalized air is the
bust and perfectly harmless No bad
after effects 107tf
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Louder Than Words
Such Evidence of the High
Appreciation of
Knabo Starr Richmond
and Voso Pianos
tells the story of their sterling
worth
JESSE FRENCH PIANO CO
Luther Harman Salesman Palestine
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DRUGS
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Chemicals Patent Medicines i
Sundries Paints Oils Glass
Wall Paper Room Moulding
etc In fact everything you
want at
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Moore < Sl Ballew
Uearnes Old Stand
THE DRUGGISTS
PERSONAL NOTES
MRS REAGAN
ENTERTAINED
At Her Home at Fort Iloustoil
Tuesday
Mrs John H Reagan entertained at
lunch on Tuesday 10th Inst her old
schoolmates Mesdames Sammie Phil
lips Tom Colley Bettio Oder J W
Ozraent Nat Hunter Fielding Taylor
Laura Phillips and Miss Fannie Gooch
Mrs Reagans home is known to be
a little hcavdn on earth and twere
enough to sajrwe were there for the
genial dispositions of our hostess her
husband and her bonnie daughter
Mollie always guarantee their guests
a happy time
It is hoped the shades of tender
gloom which have fallen for several
years upon the family may sweep
away and the weeds of mourning so
long worn bo laid aide and that their
open doors may again greet us often
as formerly On Tuesday were we
the privileged participants of the good
cheer of that most exemplary home
a home where the brow never grows
cold and Wheres bliss beyond all that
the minstrel has told
Lovely decorations in yellow and
white chrysanthemums cards with
bows of yellow and white ribbon hav
ing each on ono aide a guests name
and on the other The Girls of 6165
and in the colors beautifully carried
outrlritthe menu enliveded the already
exquisite rooms into a romancein
spiring scene The chrysanthemum
which gradually develops through
spring and summer into its greatest
loveliness in fall we thought fittingly
emblematic of the girls now in the
autumn of their lives who having
borne the heat and burden of the
years we trusted had attained by the
mellowing and developing influences
of time higher degrees of loveliness
In fond and glcctul remembrance of
our happy schoolgirl days we feasted
soul mind and body We laughed
and laughed then nearly cried then
laughed again till the happy hours
seemed to fairly vie with those joyous
bygoue ones wo had met to celebrate
Mrs Reagan endeavored to conceal
from her guests till their arrival that
the day was her birthday but it was
found out ana she was the recipient
of lovely souvenirs
Most delicious viands were served
in ten courses in sparkling china
glass and silver in the lovely dining
room where we sat three hours
around the handsomely decorated
board enjoying the following most ex
cellent and elaborate menu
TOrange sherbet tomato bisk waf
ers baked fish and creamed potatoes
relishes of radishes and colery ex
cellent homemado light bread and
jersey butter Maryland chicken En
glish peas deviled crab and baked
eggs tomatoes filled with Waldorif
Astoria salad on lettuce loaves fruit
birthday cake grated potato pudding
witli citron orange gelatine with
whipped cream French coffee cheese
and crackers champagne
Cheery toasts were given in honor
of our much beloved hostess and her
charming family and also separately
to Mrs Mpllio Mobley and her amiable
assistant Mrs W J Crawford wear
ing jaunty little cips in the capacity
of waitresses and to whom we became
indebted for very accomplished ser
vices
Also were remembered absent ones
and thoso gono before To our
toasts Mrs Reagan with a smile
on her lip and a tear in her oyo
lisped sweet responses which stirred
in our hearts the deepest emotions of
love At the closecamo a reading by
Mrs Reagm of the poem written her
for tho occasion by Capt Nat Hunter
and which wo appreciated and will
append
It was suggested that this be the be
ginning of a succession of like happy
meetings the menu to be not neces
sarily elaborate
After lingering till evening twilight
iifeLJk < ak < 1
bade us go we departed invoking
best blessings upon tho homo that
contributed so largely and cordially to
our happiness
Laura Phillips
THE GIRLS OF SIXTYONE
Capt N W Hunters poem to Mrs
Mollie Ford Reagan
Oh tho girls of sixtyone and five
The sweetest pretties beings alive
With their small white hands and
dainty feet
Which shine neath their hoop skirts
gracing tho street
Polished in all the schools of art
In every way fitted to gain the heart
Slim and lithe with their witching
eyes
Varying soft and sweet as the sunny
skies f
Never a thing to do or a wish
Never to handle a needle or dish t
But ever to shine in theirfinory bright
And laugh sing and charm from
morning till night j
So cherished and petted in no other
land J
Love guarded with honor on every
hand
They knew they were queens of tho
hearts of the men
Oh the love and the grace andHho
courting then
Wide open tho doors of the mansions
stood
Never a one denied shelter and food
A welcome to any and who come
And strong and deep was their love of
homo
No envy hate or malico held share
fn the love peace and joy and happi
ness there
0 tho sunny grace of the hostess
bright
When tho beau came riding swiftly in
sight
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The buzz of glad joy tho bright smiles
and curls J f
Tis no wonder we gave our hearts to
the girls
And thoso beautiful girls how they
danced at the ball
And the sweet shy stolen good
night in the half
Those largehearted and those girls
so gay
Have nearly all gone to their mother
clay
And uever again shall the wide world
see
Such a time of peace love and har
mony
be
Of Interest to Men
The shorthand class will begin
tonight at 815 oclock the books
having arrived Arithmetic class
at 715 and penmanship class at
815
The prayermecting tonight will
ed b
tor of lie Howard Avenue Meh
Rev II 1 Hayes pas
odist church All men arc in
vited to this orvicc Good sing
ing
Suuilny will be observed as a
Yoifug Mens Sunday This
K a day set apart b5 the Associa
tion to oroent Y M C A ideas
and a number of prominento
ciation nicn from other cities will
participated Judge J E Boyn
ton of WnCo will be the principal
speaker of the dry speaking at
the men s ntceting at 4 oelocK on
the Mibjcet The trial ofSt
Paul from the standpoint of a law
yer The pulpits of the various
churches will be tilled by these
men on Sunday morning and Sun
day night
Turkeys turkeys all kinds of tur
keys big turkeys little turkeys white
turkeys black turkeys yellow tur
keys gray turkeys turkoys that gob
ble turkeys that walk turkoys that
yelp but cannot talk turkoys for
Thanksgiving and Christmas too and
turkeys just right for you Turkeys
that strut from day to day turkoys
that gobble every old wayi Turkoys
for baklngwlth lino oyster dressing
they are surely line and tiis is not
digressing Better hurry np and
buy Come to my storo and yll tell
you why J S TesipIe
Tho man thats gotcm
DICK WOODRD
TRANSFER
All KtiiUH or llaullnK
MINNOWS FOR SALE
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NEW TIME CARD
I G X Will Inaugurate New
One Next Sit misty
Sunday morningat 1201 it is an
nounced a new time card will go into
effect on the I G N Under the
new schedule trains will arrive and
leave Palestine as follows
No 1 from the north at 1135am
No 7 from the north at 7 p m
No 4 the St Louis Limited for tho
north at 120G a m
No G for the north at 3 a m
No 1 for the west at 1145 a m
No 5 for the west at 730 p m
No G for tho south at 8 p m
No 11 for the south at 1155 a m
No 4 from the south at 1130 p m
No 12 from tho south 615 p m
After Negroes
JJ Sikes is in the city from Louisi
v
ana for the purposo of securing three
hundred negro families for planta
tions in his state Mr Sikes says he
wants only good industrious negroes
who know something about farming
and says there is a good demand for
them at good wages on Louisiana
plantations
The negro is going to bo up against
a hard proposition here next year on
account of the white merchants and
planters refusing to supply them and
no doubt thoso foreseeing this will
take advantage of such an opportunity
Ready to Drill
The machinery for drilling tho test
well at the oil field east of town is all
in position and ready for drilling and
actual drilling will begin Monday
Great numbers of visitors go out to
the field every day anJ interest is in
creasing daily Investors from the
outside are buying aaily A deal was
i closed by telephone with Crockett
parties today whereby they came in
possession of lauds close to the scene
of operation
Blanket
This store holds more blankets good
blankets thaifnllPalestine There mm
a reason for such large purchases but
thereby haiigffi talc We arc ready
however tdAtSfQ another such lol on
top of wliat vvb own at the same prices
They are marked to lmrry out but
for the next < iVcck only we offer you
iitcen rfer cent off even those prices
Want Advertisements
Foa RENT 2 rooms Apply to Frank
Martin tho shoe maker at Cooke and
Inkleys
Sterne Hotel for rent with fur
niture Apply to C A Sterne
105tf
Wanted A position to do light
house work by white lady Inquire
at No 712 Main street 1013t
Accommodations for table board at
716 Main St Mrs Masters It
Wanted A young lady roomer
with or without board in private fam
ily no children referenco preferred
King phone GG3 03tf
Mrs Horaco rd has two nice
large rooms for rent with table board
FOR SALE Strawberry plants of a
very fine variety Just the time to
plant a small patch in the garden
Prices fifty cents per hundred O A
Qrovo T > 02 Palcstino Avenue
Wall paper ingrains 10 cents per
roll ilgures 4 cents latest designs
D DUNKApposito Christian church
83tf
Foil Sale My now home on North
Sycamore street 5 lfirgo rooms hall
bath front and hack porch Telephone
and water connection Lot 70x2o0
foot east front For information ap
ply to W A Nash at Wood Bros tf
For Sale Nino room house just
being completed East front Finish
throughout to bo tirstclass Small
payment Easy terms Trinity Val
loy Land Co Koyall bank building
Telephone 717 tf
Found Tho best printing at the
closest Ilgures Phono Hi the Ham
ilton Hoys you know
Foa Sale Tho very beat printing
in the town at moderate rates King
1H tho Hamilton Roys you know
Foil sale Ono second hand surrey
and one mowing machine Apply to
Mrs F O Eason 705 Magnolia street
Lost Money on all printing not
done by us Ml the Hamilton Boys
you know a
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CUES CENT JEWELRY STORE
Watclies
Cut Glass
Novelties
Temple Opera House
THREE NIGHTS
Commencing
Thursday Nov 12
The Mascot Attraction
Holden Comedy Co
In Roportolro
The Opening Play Will Bo
The Chain of Destiny
PRICES 25 3o and 50 CENTS
Ladies admitted free Thursday night
under usual conditions
SATURDAY MATINEE
Prices Children 10c Adults 25c
BffAGAMBlSKSDJUlGHTEBi
WEDNESDAY NIGHT I8TH
THE DRAMATIC TRIUMPH
A GAMBLERS DAUGHTER
A play of Pure Heart Interest
Collosal Scenic Production Per
fect Original Cast
Prices SIOO 75c and 50c
THURSDAY NIGHT I9TH
LINCOLN J CARTER
presents Miss Julia Gray sup
ported by John T Nicholson aud
a Metropolitan cast in
H
er Only
Sin
Sec the Real Rain Scene 10
000 worth of scenery used to stage
this piece in its entirety A play
that has pleased the people
KESHAN SCHMIDT CO
MA rAC7ur 3 o
Saddles Harness
AND DEALERS IN
BUGGIES CARTS ETC
Repairing a Specialty
am LucasOld Stand Spring Street
Another Sale
Tho ladles of tho Congregational
church will begin a Rummage Sale
at the church on Nov 12 and the sale
will continue for a few days only Be
sure and attend the sale as many use
ful articles will be offered at bargain
prices
Notice Singers
The singers in the choruses to bo
sung at the Woodmen unveiling ox
ercises are requested to meet at the
city hall Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock
for practice 2t
A Tea
The Junior League of tho Centen
ary Methodist church will give a tea
at tho residence of Mr Lucius
Gooch Friday afternoon at 3 oclock
Admission 10 cents Come and help
tho children
Serious Mistake
E C DoWitt Co is tho namo of
the firm who make tho genuine Witch
Hazol Salve Do Witts is tho Witch
Hazel Salvo that heals without leav
ing a scar It is a serious mistako to
use any other DoWitts Witch Hazel
Salve cures blind bleeding itching
aud protruding piles burns bruises
eczema and all skin diseases Sold by
Avonuo Drug Store
Jtist Received
Cream Criso the best of Breakfast
Foods at Queen MAFFrrrs
J tfatfrttir iiaVfcfofcm irm n liini
Silverware
Diamonds
CHin aware
REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY
Wo also sell tho VICTOR Talking Machine and have a
complete line ef the Victor RecordsWe have just receiv
ed a lot of China Souvenirs with tho Y M C A and the
High School buildings on themIn addition to our jewel
elry line we carry a complete stock of Eye Glasses and fit
the eyes Eyes examined free Dont wait too long and
let your eyes fail you but come and let us fit them with a
pair of glasses
F0LA2TBER SIG2T0R PROPRIETORS
Fresh Goods x
For Thanksgiving Cooking
New Fancy Quality Citron
Orange Peel
Lemon Peel
Seeded Kaiaen
VCleand Currents
California Figs
Olives
Stuffed Olives
Sweet Cherries
Preserves
Maple Syrup
Olive Oil
Pickles
Chowchow
New Evaporated Apples Peaches
Apricots Prunes Nectoriones
New Ribbon Cane Syrup
New Mince Meat Pigs Feet
Mackerel and Sour
Kraut
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Force Cream Chips Rolled Oats
Ppttijohns Breakfast Food
Grape Nuts Cream Wheat
J S Temples Store
New Arrivals
Jusfc receivedDx Green
Maffitt
Fresh French Pe as
Olives
Dill Pickles
California Canned Goods
New Ribbon Cane Syrup
New Oatmeal
New Grits
Pigs Feet
You will find these goods
just as represented and V
the best your money can
buy
GREEN MAFFITT
Pione 227
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PATRONIZE
UNION STORES
FAIR LIST
Wood Bros Co
H T Langston Co
The Grand Leader
Watson Durham Hodges
Hodges Grocery Co
Jones Dry Goods Co
Wm Branagan
Green Maffitt
Frank Lacy
O J Dugey
Weeks Jackson
WNKlein
H Horwits
Cooke a Inkley
J N Warren
W H Kingsbury
O E Dobbs
H L Cook
J S Temple
O O Everett
Numsen McMahan
Palestine Hardware Co
J E Bonds
Graham Brothers
A N Dexter
T W Moore
Dexter Moore
REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENT COMPANY
Loans Negotiated
340 13 acres Oil Lands for sale at
310 per acre Out of the Swanson
Yarbrough survey and adjoining the
Duty survoy on which well is being
sunk
OFFICE 316 SPRING STREET
UPSTAIRS
ROOMS 3 AND 4
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