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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, July 30, 1906, Image 6

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Have Your TimePiece Re
paired Aft
All Work Guaranteed
Moving Pictures
Every night 830 p m
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
430 p m
Change of Program Beginning Mon
day July 30 and ending Wednesday
August 1
Seven Ages
Mr ButtIn
Postman Whitewashed
English Bull Dogs
Train Wreckers
Violin solo by Mr Kunz
Songs by Mrs Kunz
When the Frost Is on the Pumpkin
Maggie Dear
Just Across the Bridge of Gold
Skating Tuesday and Friday Nights
Also Wednesday and Saturday Af
Coolest Place In the City
Ten Cents ADMISSION Ten Cents
The Herald Is authorized to an
nounce the following as candidates
for Aldermen in the special election
to be held August 16th
Second Ward
Third Ward
Manhattan Shirts at Flanagans
L A Secrest a Tyler merchant Is
In the city
Chas B Emanuel a lawyer of
Rusk Is In the city
R L Morris and children returned
home at noon from Houston
S C Vandevender who came home
to vote returned to Rusk today
Miss Kate Hunter is visiting her
sister Mrs Noble at Fort Worth
Born To Mr and Mrs F Naylor
a girl To Mr and Mrs Joe Burkhead
a boy
Master Mechanic Hunter of the I
G N came home at noon from the
Mrs W M Perkins went up to
Mlneola yesterday for a visit to her
daughter there
Look out for malaria It Is season
able now A few doses of Prickly Ash
Bitters is a sure preventive
Old newspapers for sale at 10c per
100 If taken now See Julian Penny
backer 303t
Prof King superintendent of the
public schools left yesterday for At
lanta where he will visit for a month
AV W Moore a prominent Hender
Keeping Cool
The problem of keeping cool will be
reduced materially If yon will allow
re to dreBB you The mere thought of
Pure White Gauze Underwear
Pongee Silk Shirts
WalkOver Oxfords and
a Nobby Straw Hat la
Indeed cooling
Lot ua help you keep cool
Doyle Bros
Mens Outfitters
One Prlco to All and Strictly Caah
son citizen is visiting the city He
is very much pleased with the East
Texas metropolis
Mrs M C DuPuy son and daughter
of Kennard are In the city and are
visiting relatives They are on their
way to San Antonio
WANTED To buy In a good white
neighborhood a small cottage Must
be a bargain for cash Enquire at 55
Queen street 302t
Fruit Jars all sizes at Jno R
Hearne Co s 28tf
Today is the day The man who
fails is the man who puts off the
start Dont lose your stifrt Start
now with Wright Kendall 302t
Mrs H V Hamilton was called to
Waco yesterday on account of the
serious Illness of her father Mr W
D Jackson She was accompanied by
the children
Hot weather saps the vital energy
and makes the hardest workers feel
lazy To maintain strength and en
ergy use Prickly Ash Bitters It is
the friend of Industry
Senator Clias L Brochfleld of Hen
derson was here last night and re
ports that his county gave Campbell
first place even Uiough It was claimed
by the Brooks people
Mr and Mrs Allan Scale spent yes
terday and last night In this city on
their way from their home at Nacog
doches to Austin They were guests
of Dr and Mrs H R Link
Hon L T Dashiell after spending
Saturday and Sunday here at Camp
bell headquarters getting the election
news left last night for JewetL He
Is much pleased with the results
Fruit Jars all sizes at Jno R
Hearne Co s 28tf
E Stabenow the barber who was
associated with Henry Vogel and vho
sold his Interests to him a few days
ago left this morning for Douglas
Ariz which place he will make his
Keep your vital organs In good con
dition if you would have health
through the malarial season Prickly
Ash Bitters cleanses and strengthens
the stomach liver and bowels and
helps the system to resist disease
Try our Peach Cream with Fresh
Sliced Peaches over IL Booth Bros
Phone 70 28tf
Lacy Sadler The Grocers roast
their own coffees and sell only the
best 12tf
Holly Grove 298 will meet In call
session Monday evening at C oclock
July 30 In K of P hall for the pur
pose of Initiating candidates
Gave Himself Up
Special to the Herald
Patterson N J July 30 Wm B
Bcliher former mayor of this city
who absconded a year ago with two
thousand dollars belonging to friends
and various institutions returned here
and gave himself up today He said
he was determined to face His punish
ment as he had lived In constant fear
of arrest ever since he left here
Let the Herald do your printing
and have the satisfaction of knowing
that It will be done right
The vote cast In the primary In this
county Saturday Is slow coming In
officially The returns in the races for
state ofllces are not given in but few
boxes In the governors race It is
shown that Campbell got almost the
solid vote of the county The follow
ing totals taken from the best figures
obtainable at noon today are prac
tically correct and were prepared for
the Herald by Mr H M Hinzie
For congress in ten boxes Gregg
1477 Blount 222
For district attorney In ten boxes
Harris 1227 Newman 4C1
For representative in fifteen boxes
Strickland 1P3G Word 452
For county judge Envln 15SG Hud
son 7C4
For county attorney Kay 1391
Campbell 9C9
For sheriff Gambrell C63 Ramsey
1C8 Black SOS Perry 73G
For tax collector McReynolds 1232
Barrett 1107
For tax assessor Doss 303 Watson
1SS Starr 4S9 Buck 1C5 Jackson G83
Moore 135 Harding 371
For county treasurer Williams 488
Welborn 205 Cook 238 Lunsford 598
Wright 513 Adams 2G9
For commissioner precinct 1 Nash
G94 Daniels 370
For Justice of peace office 1 Phil
lips S0G Addington 242
For Justice of peace office 2 Dex
ter 394 Watts 377 Johns 284
For constable Benton 3S Boyd 308
McWaters 58 Brlttou 117 Pope 234
Fitzgerald 2S8
Thu first primary has settled many
of the contests In the second primary
the following lineup will hnve to be
settled by ballot
For sheriff Black and Perry stand
for the second race
For treasurer Lunsford will have
to run against either Wright or AMI
Hams The returns from one box yet
to be heard from will determine which
As the vote stands without this box
Wright has twentylive the advantage
of Williams
For tax assessor Jackson and Starr
For constable Boyd and Fitzgerald
For Justice of peace office 2 Watts
and Dexter
The second primary will bo held on
Saturday the eleventh of AugusL
LATEIL Since the above was writ
ten the Watts box vote has been re
ceived unofficially and Messrs Wright
and Williams according to the figures
have tied In the first primary This
leaves Mr Lunsford tlrst In the treas
urers race and Messrs Wright and
Williams tied for second
Count Is Very Slow But Indications
Are Gregg Leads Five to One
The returns from the congressional
vote are very slow coining in but
enough have been received to Indi
cate that Gregg has beaitm Blount by
about five to one Gregg carried every
county by big majorities It Is thought
that he will get the smallest majority
over Blount in Houston county of any
county in the district
Attempted to Dynamite a Train on
Which Grand Duke Was Riding
Special to the Herald
Paris July 30 An unsuccessful
attempt was made to dynamite a train
on which Russian Grand Duke Vladi
mir was a passenger The attack was
made near Charlerio Belgium The
attempt is attributed to Russian anar
Special to the Herald
Poughkeepsie N Y July 30 Three
dead and one missing andthirty se
riously injured is the revised estimate
of casualties on the New York Cen
tral eleven miles south of this city
Edward Wells who died this morning
is the latest victim The others dead
are Harlem Jack head brakeman
and Fireman Mills Charles Mclntyre
the conductor is missing and is prob
ably killed
LuVTER Two railroad men were
killed and six passengers were serious
ly injured In the wreck Mclntyre
has been accounted for and Harlem
Jack was found alive
Watch This Space
In addition to our regular advertised List of Bargains we will mention
in this space from now until the dose of our Sale
ToMorrow It Will Be
REMEMBER The Prices on These DAILY SPECIALS will
be Cut even Below Our Regular Removal Sale Price
> e Grand Leader
Palestines Leading Store
Man Fired at Random and Fatally
Wounded An Employe
Dallas Texas July 29 Seized with
the hallucination that a conspiracy
existed to > oson and rob him F M
Dillon began shooting with a pistol in
his automobile store 1C5 South Ervay
street about 730 this morning Kd
ward Clymcr an automobile machinist
employed in the place was shot
through both lungs the right arm and
the right shoulder lie Is not expected
to live through the night Dillon Is In
jail Clymer has a family
Dillon also Is a married man He
has for some time claimed some one
was tryiiR to rob him of all his money
and jioison him He refused to eat
food prewired by anybody but himself
He took his meals in the rear of his
store Soon after the shooting Police
Officers Hyan and Kiddle hurried Into
the store and arrested Dillon
He made no resistance and was
taken to prison lie made statements
to the officers as above reported A
pistol with live empty chambers was
found in a pocket of his trousers
In warm weather Prickly Ash Bit
ters help your staying qualities
Workers who use It occasionally stand
the heat better and are less fatigued
at night Bratton Drug Co special
Special to the Herald
Canonsburg Pa July 30 Elmer
Dempter a nineteenyearold negro
was lodged in jail here today He is
said to have confessed to the shoot
ing of Mrs Samuel Pearce and her two
children last night The mother and
one child Margaret are dead and the
other child age three years Is In the
hospital The police say Dempter
who was employed on the Pearce
farm confessed that he abused Mar
garet the fouryearold child severely
and that she told here mother of it
Mrs Pearce accused Dempter and the
negro shot her He then shot the chil
dren No violence has yet been done
the negro but the people are In an
ugly mood and are threatening ven
Attempt to Lynch Him
Special to the Herald
Cannonsburg Pa July 30 While
Coroner Slpe was taking Dempter to
Washington this county this after
noon two attempts were made to
lynch the negro The trip was made
on a trolley car and twenty men
boarded the car and dragged the cor
oner and his prisoner off Slpe was
roughly handled and escaping from
the crowd reentered the car with his
prisoner The prisoner was again
dragged off but Slpe secured him
again and took him to Washington in
safety A mob of three hundred men
were at the jail door and yelled kill
the negTo as he was hustled Into
Xnturil Well In Yacitnn
Silica Yucatan where the Mnyas
built their strange title Is a coral
limestone formation it would says a
writer In Records of the Past have
been n barren desert but for Its sub
terranean rivers and the ccnotes or
water caverns which give access to
them The Mnyns noted the courses
of the underground streams and built
their towns round the oeuotes Many
ccnotes are now found surrounded by
ruins and frlve Indications of the meth
ods employed by the Mayas to reach
their cool waters In Uxmal a conote
about forty feet deep Is Inhabited by
a peculiar species of fish At Bolan
chen there Is a cenote having five open
cavern Ladders made by tying tree
trunks together lend down a total dis
tance of 1400 feet but the perpendic
ular depth from the surface to the wa
ter Is not over 300 feet
Tile Mixture In rtnumnnln
Itoumania is inhabited by a bewilder
ing variety of races but whether of
Greek Slav or Teutonic lineage the
modern Iioumauian makes It a point of
honor to claim descent from the colo
nists whom Trajan planted In the con
quered province of Dacia A D 107
Callim themselves IEomunl and their
laumiagc Itomunle the proud citizens
seldom draw out a legal document
without some allusion to their founder
whom they style the divine Trajan
The Houmaulau language reflects the
composition of the nice and now but
faintly susgests the language which
Trajan spoke
Lacy Sadler The Grocers invite
their old customers to call and also
solicit the patronage of all good peo
ple who like good Groceries 12tf
The Complexion
Beautifier is en
dorsed by thoman j
of grateful ladies and I
guaranteed to remove
all facial discolora
tion and restore th <
beauty of youth The
worst cases in twenty days 50c and SI0C
at all leading drug stores or by mail
frtcara by rUTlOSAL TOItET CO Psrls Ttno
Sold In Palestine by Bratton Drug
Inherited 31emorleV
A wrlfer in the NlnetePutfrTjl
tells a strange story of Iain
memories The ruins of an ar nt
Roman fortress rise from the ground
of a Mr Phillips A clergyman called
upon the owner one day and asked o
see the ruins He told me he had a
distinct recollection of living there and
that he held ome office of a priestlj
nature lu the days of the Roman occu
pation said Mr Phillips One fact
struck me as significant He insisted
on examining a ruined tower which
had bodily overturned There used to
be a socket In the top of It he went
on in which we used to plant a mast
and archers used to be hauled to the
top In a basket protected with leather
from which they picked off Jic lead
ers anions the ancient Uorlestunlaus
We found the socket he had Indicated
IVlien Part Was Dirty
It takes the labors of 4000 to keetf
the city of Paris clean today but In
times past that capital did not care so
much about the matter and was nut
always pleasing to look upon In 1343
King John of France made the request
that Parisians should not allow their
pigs to roam the streets Charles VT
13GS1422 complained that the prac
tice of throwing rubbish into the Seine
made It a great horror and an aboJi
inntlon to look upou Until the sev
tcenth century everybody who could
went about Paris on horseback In order
to avoid contact with the tilth of the
streets Various ordinances were made
to compel the people to sweep the road
before their own doors but It was not
until 1791 that the dust cart became at
A Lnllnbjr
Ma htrate Yon are accused ofat
tempting to hold a pedestrian up at 2
o dock this mornlns What have yon
to say in your own behalf
Prisoner I am not guilty your hon
or I can prove a lullaby
Magistrate You mean an alibi
Prisoner Well call it what yon like
but my wife will swear that I Was
walking the floor with the baby at the
hour mentioned in the charge Chica
go News
Ibicn on Friendship
Friends are a costly luxury and
when one Invests ones capital In a
mission In life one cannot afford to
have friends The expensiveness of
friendship does not lie In what one
does for ones friends but In what one
out of regard for them leaves undone
This means the crushing of many an
Intellectual germ From a Letter to
George Brandes
Just Like III in
Arthur You think I dont love you
darling Why I would die for you
Arethusa Yes and It would be Ju j
like you to do it so that your fun
would come ou a day when I hni
Ings In the rocks at
UicbottomcfthejUe urf a fealnlcg eUjjUgtWut tj
tend It Oh yon men are so soldi
First Baby You look sad
Second Baby I am I feel keenly
the responsibility of having parents
who cannot afford to have me Smart
Seized III Chnnre
Miss Prim In Siberia do they have
reindeer Mr Nervey Yes but often
er they have snow darling Cleveland
He who does not Improve today will
grow worse tomorrow German Prov
100000 Envelopes Just received at
the Herald office They can be had
in any grade from the cheapest to
the best
For the most delicious
iaeheapenougbjIsntltT That la all It costs
when made Wltn
Jell0 IceCreamPowder
and It can bo made and frozen InlOmlnntea
Simply tlr contents of one package Into a
quart of milk and freeze No cooking heat
lneorfMatns noep sngarorflaTortogto
add as everything but the Ico and milk la
contained In the package and approved by
pare Food Commissioner Five klnda
Chocolate Vanilla Lemon Strawberry and
If your grocer hasntt send hla name and
c to n for two packages Illustrated
The Cenesee Pure food Co tc Bey N Y
Lakeside Classical Institute
San Antonio Texas
J W COLTItANE A B Principal
SlaJ I n HART A B Commandant
A HlghGrnda School with Military Training for Manly Boys from Good
Homes Tho Beat Preparatory School for Boys In the State
A School wth a Purpose The Right School for Your Boy Clean In Morals
Correct in Manners Thorough In Instruction We court Investigation and
Invite Comparison Write for illustrated Catalog and Booklet That Boy
of Yours
We refer by permission to The Frost National Bajuc Ths Wood3
Natioval B nk and to the Editor or the Herald
Come and Som
Unfsrmented Grape JulceforCommun
Ion Purposes and SlcK Chamber t
Old Port Wine 3 years old 150 per gal Sherry Wine 3
Tvr years oldSlEO per gal Good Table Claret SI00 per
jm Fine Old Blackberry
CVf hare taken tlrst premiums In Dallas Houston and San
jC V tonlo for many years and are guaranteed to be pure lni
pit respect Jags found and wines delivered to any par
the city tree otcnarro

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