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FILL STATUARY ill
Handsome Statue of General Lew
Wallace Will Be Unveiled at
Washington Next Tuesday
Herald Special
Washington D C Jan S All ar
rangements have been concluded for
the unveiling next Tuesday of the
handsome statue of General Low
Wallace presented to Statuary Hall in
the capitol by the state of Indiana
The statue which is the work of An
drew OConnor the American sclup
lor is slightly over lifesize and with
the pedestal stand sabout ten feet
high The base is a square block of
Indiana limestone and bears the in
scription Lew Wallace Soldier Au
thor Diplomat
At the unveiling exercises James
Whitcomb Riley the Hoosier Poet
will read an original poem William
Allen Wood will present the statue In
behalf of the commission and Gover
nor Marshall will accept it in behalf
of the state Addresses are expected
from Senator Beveridge Hussein
Kiazlm Bey the Turkish ambassador
and W H Andrews the delegate in
congress from New Mexico
The statue of General Wallace is
one of five to be placed in Statuary
Hall this winter Virginia recently
placed in the hall statues of Robert
E Lee and George Washington
South Carolina has sent a statue of
John C Calhoun and Idaho has placed
in the hall a statue of Geo L Shoup
who represented that state in the
United States senate from 1S90 until
1901 The statue of Senator Shoup is
the first one erected by any of the
states west of the Missouri in honor
of one of tlfeir sons although each
state in the union has the right to be
represented by two such statues
Should all of them avail themselves
of the privilege it would soon become
necessary to make an addition to
Statuary Hall which was formerly the
hall of the house of representatives
The total number authorized is ninety
twoUp
Up to the present time there are
only thlrtsfive statues in place The
statues now in the hall or to be
placed in it this winter are as fol
lows Samuel Adams of Massachu
setts who was prominent In the agi
tation that brought about the revolu
tionary war Ethan Allan of Vermont
known to history as the hero of Ticon
deroga Wiljiam Allen of Ohio who
was a member of congress senator
and governor Stephen F Austin of
Texas who Jed the m t ses ffg
resulted in Texas separating from
Mexico Thomas H Benton of Mis
souri for many years in the United
States senate E P Blair of Missouri
soldier and statesman Charles Car
roll of Maryland a signer of the De
laration of Independence Lewis Cass
THANKS
Following the big business
enjoyed before and dur
ing Christmas week I de
sire to return my sincere
thanks to my many custo
mers and to wish for
them continued prosperity
happiness and wealth In
the future I will endeavor
to serve you as in the
past to the very best of
my ability and with the
best of everything for the
table With best wishes
for the New Year I am
A E JACKSON
The Grocer
1910
Greeting
We greet all our frien s and pat
rons with whom we have lone
business or with whom we expect
to do business wishing each and
every one the fullest measure of
prosperity and individual pleasure
during the coming year It has
been an honor to have served you
the past year and to you we pay
tribute
Our aim is to so conduct our
selves that we may retain the
good will and respect which you
nave so cheerfully given us
With heartiest wishes for a
happy and profitable New Year
R F MARTIN
of Michigan soldier statesman diplo
mat and governor of Michigan Ter
ritory George Clinton of New York
first governor of New York state and
twice vice president of the United
States Jacob Colloner of Vermont
senator and postmaster geneial J
L M Curry of Alabama statesman
diplomat and educator Robert Fulton
of Pennsylvania who made the first
successful steamboat James A Gar
field of Ohio president of the United
States Nathaniel Greene of Rhode
Island general in the revolution Jno
Hanson of Maryland president of the
Continental Congress Sam Houston
of Texas who fought for the inde
pendence of Texas John J Ingalls of
Kansas Uniled States senator John
E Kenna of West Virginia United
States senator Phillip Kearney of
New Jersey a soldier of the Mexican
and civil wars William King first
governor of Maine Robert E Lee of
Virginia commander of the Confed
eiate army Robert R Livingston of
New York member of the Continental
Congress Oliver P Morton war gov
ernor of Indiana Pere Marquette
sent by Wisconsin missionary priest
and explorer John Peter Gabriel Muh
lenburg of Pennsylvania soldier and
statesman Francis H Pierpont of
West Virginia first governor of that
state Roger Sherman of Connecticut
a signer of the Declaration of Inde
pendence Jamse Shields of Illinois
soldier and United States senator
John Stark of New Hampshire one
of the heroes of the revolution Rich
ard Stockton of New Jersey signer
of the Declaration of Independence
Jonathan Trumbull of Connecticut
first governor of that state George
Washington of Virginia first presi
dent of the United States Daniel
Webster of New Hampshire states
El OF GOING WEEK
Interesting Forecast of Next Weeks
Happenings Sent Out Fronvthe
National Capital
Herald Special v
Washington D C Jan 8 The
week gives promise of much interest
ing news furnished by a widevafiety
of happenings in many parts of fthe
world The situation in Nicaragua is
still regaided as interesting while
nearer home there will be the pro
ceeds in congress with possiblyfur
ther developments in the Ballingef
Pinchot controversy In Canada the
Dominion parliament will resume its
session following the Christmas re
cess and will at once take up the
muchdiscussed navy bill It is ex >
pected the discussion over this meas
ure will be the most important ever
held in the Canadian parliament the
point at issue being whether Canada
shall contribute Dreadnoughts to the
British navy or start a navy of its
ownThe
The exciting election campaign in
Great Britain will absorb public at
tention on the other side The poll
ings will commence Friday and will
increase in number day by day It is
expected the result of the election
will be pietty clear by January 21
though the whole of the seven and a
half million electois will not finish
polling till January 2S
Boston will hold its first election
Tuesday under its new plan of city
governmentyOne of the principal fea
tures of which is the nomination of
candidates by petition With four
candidates in the race for mayor the
OUR FIRST EVENT
Monday morning January 3rd we will place
on sale the BIGGEST VALUES in em
broideries we have ever shown rThe price
will be 10c and 15c the width up to 15 inches
Also we make a special showing of fine
rrhHirir iiiiiidr i floiS
If you want good wood and want it
quick phone 73 7tt
See the values in our show windows
Yours very truly
Hodges Dry Goods Co
Our great muslin underwear sale will be
January 14th We will show you the
grandest assortment of underwear ever
brought to Palestine The prices will be
Hodges prices
man Lew Wallace of Indiana soldier
diplomat and author Roger Williams
of Rhode Island founder of a colony
in what is now that state John Win
throp o f Massachusetts first goer
nor ofv the colony Francis E Willard
of Illinois founder of the Womans
Christian Temperance Union
Commission In Charge of Plans For
Erecetion of Memorial to John
Johnson Met Today
Herald Special
St Paul Minn Jan S The com
mission in charge of the plans forj
the election of a memorial to the late
Governor John A Johnson held its
fiist regular meeting today in this
city Seveial suggestions in regaid
to the memorial were discussed Some
of the membeis of the commission are
undeislood to favor the election of
one large memorial in the state capi
tol while another element has sug
gested the ci cation of two memoiials
one in the capitol the othei in St
Peter which was the home of the
late governor It is expected the me
morial fund will reach a total of
J2o000
Best and Most Convenient
The City Shaving Parlor is the larg
est best equipped and most conveni
ent barber shop in the city Hot and
old baths given Telephone 1055 and
tell us how you want your childs hair
trimmed Coleman Roberts Pro
prietors Meet us face to face Ct
campaign has been one of the most
exciting ever witnessed in the Hub
Criminal trials will figure promi
nently in the news of the week Mrs
Jeanette StewartFord who is charged
with blackmail in connection with the
G43000 embezzlement from the Big
Four tailioad by C L Warriner is
to be placed on trial in Cincinnati
The trial of Patiick Calhoun million
aiie president of the United Rail
ways charged with bribery is sched
uled to be resumed in San Francisco
Monday Binger Hetmann excon
gressman and for years a prominent
factor in northwest politics will prob
ably he put on tiial in Portland for
conspiiacy to fraudulently obtain gov
ernment lands Following the trial of
Heimaiin others indicted on the Ore
gon laiidfraud chaiges will be put on
tiial
Balloting will begin in the Missis
sippi legislatnie for United States
senatoi to fill the place made vacant
by the dejth of Senator McLaurin
During the wejk the legislatures of
New Jeisej SouMi Carolina and sev
eial other statesvill convene
The international aviation meet in
Los Angeles and tue meeting of the
hoard of stow aids of the Grand Cir
cuit in Detroit will be among the
events of interest to the followers of
spoi t
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets Druggists lefund inon y if it
fails to cine E W GROVES signa
ttuo is on each bo 25 cents
Tenth National Automobile Show
Herald special
New York Jan S Following
months of active pieparation
tenth national automobile show ojens
In Madison Square Garden thla ejve
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ning to continue through the coming
week The exhibits this year are more
numerous than ever befoie They com
prise a total of 323 displays of which
there are 54 ehibits of complete cars
besides 24G exhibitsof accessories and
parts and 23 motor ejele exhibits
Read This
Jacksonville Texas This Is to cer
tify that my wife was cured of kid
ney and bladdPr trouble in 1895 by
the use of one bottle of Halls Texas
Wonder and I can cheerfully recom
mend It to others suffering In same
manner A M Duke
Sold by J R Hearne Co
In Memory of Jacksons Victory
CHerald Special
New Orleans La Jan S The
courts banks and exchanges were
closed today in honor of the ninety
fifth anniversary of the battle of New
Orleans in which the JBritish were
defeated by the Americans under Gen
eral Andrew Jackson The day is ob
served as a legal holiday throughout
Louisiana
For Headache Hicks Capudlne
Whether for Colds Heat Stomach
or Nervous Troubles Capudlne will
relieve you Its liquid pleasant to
take acts immediately Try it 10c
25c and 50c at drug stores
Democratic Oratory to Flow
Herald Special
Grand Rapids Mich Jan 8 John
W Kern of Indiana late democratic
nominee for vice president is to be
the chief speaker at tonights banquet
of Michigan democrats in this city
for which arrangements on an elab
orate scale have been completed In
addition to Mr Kern the scheduled
speakers include Senator Gore of Ok
lahoma and exSenator Towne of Min
nesota
BALD AT TWENTYFIVE
Mr Armstrong Tells How He Grew
Hair In a Short Time
Dear Sirs I was told of your
great remedy Parisian Sage that it
would grow hair on bald heads so I
got a bottle and tried it and it is
fine I am a young man and only 25
and was completely bald on the top
of my head and now I have hair one
inch long with the use of only one
bottle I shall certainly Keep on using
it until I have a good head of hair
which I have no doubt it will biing
Oscar Armstrong engineer Belle
ville Horshoe and Rolling Mill Co
Belleville Ont August 21 1909
To the readers of the Herald The
Giroux Mfg Co American makers of
Parisian Sage wish to state that they
do not guuiintpc Paiisian Sage to
grow hall on bald heads because in
most cases the hair root is dead In
the case of Mr Aimstrong the hair
root was not dead and knowing as
we do the astonishing hair growing
virtue of Parisian Sage we see no
reason why it should not grow hair
on the head of Mr Armstrong
But we do guarantee Parisian Sage
and so does Bratton to stop falling
hair dandruff and itching scalp in
two weeks or money back
Parisian Sage is a daintily perfum
ed hair dressing not sticky or greasy
and is used extensively by ladies who
desiie brilliant and luxuriant hair that
attracts and fascinates
Large bottles 50 cents at drug
gists everywhere and nt Bratton Drug
company
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We wish to return our sincere thanks
to our friends and patrons for the
liberal patronage extended us during
the year now closing and to solicit a
continuance of such friendship and
patronage That the New Year may
be to you a prosperous and happy
one is our best wish for you
Very truly
Tippen Gilhremth
Merchant Tailors
Have it done right
by
BURIES
THE PLUMBERS
Who do it right
J C PRICE
Country Ribbon Cane
SYRUP
lfiQ nnlltina per gallon
500 dozen Clipper tomatoes doz
J C PRICE Grocer
O A LILLlBRIDGE
Xfter a good Christmas trade wishes to
thank his many friends and patrons for
their liberal support and state that his
x stock has been replenished with goods of
Quality an
Quick delivery or no sale
erit
v Phone 688
Jim Redwine Co
Plumbing and Tinning
All kinds of repair tin and sheet iron work Stoves
repaired and set up and flues cleaned out Give us
your work and have it done right
Shop Corner of Oak and John Streets
I Lead in the Fruit Business
In Palestine
i i i otiors Try to rollout
But I Control Selling More Than All Others Combined
I BUY IN CAB LOTS
And Can Sell Cheap Fruits Are Always Fresh
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Tho Original FrnlL Man
Unfermantad Grmii Jules iarConaan
Ion Fumoiil and flcil Chimbar i
Old Port Wine 3 years old 160 pei al Sherry Wins I
years oldIK per gal Good Tabic Claret 1100 per sal
Fine Old Blackberry Wlnebesanthotnarket Those wlces
have taken first premiums In Dallas Houston and San An
tonio tor many years and are guaranteed tobe pure In ev
ery respeot Jntcs found and winei delivered to any part ot
be olty tree of oharre
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