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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, January 08, 1910, Image 3

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Ti as counting from 1 to 100 in Roman
n imerals One I one was begun
a > one side of the room and succes
s vely each child called out the next
n jmber until C for 100 was reached
The tests covered a period of near
ly an hour and the children distin
g lushed themselves
sflcult Sums Mathematics
iisBy Invitation a Herald man dropped
in aVthe Central school building yes
terday afternoon Prof King the su
perintendent had invited some of the
t achtrs and a Herald man to witness
g cercises p y
Jarlsh the low second and the high
j Numerous examples were worked
o it in addition multiplication sub
traction and division and the bright
ness and aptitude of the little fellows
was little short o marvelous Prof
jUng stated that they had not been
cfached specially for the visitors but
Uiat the sums given were just such
afethey were drilled in from day to
dfy Even in handling fractions the
little fellows showed remarkable
brightness One test that but few
grownups can do without stopping to
think It out and then perhaps not
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Show Good Training
Ajbenofr Lady After Two Weeks
Grinding Labor Feels
Better Than Ever
Lenoir N C I am not tired at all
and am stouter than 1 have ever been
ritesMrs Kate Waters of Lenoir N C
jalthough I have just finished a two
weeks wash I lay my strength to
Cjardui the womans tonic I have taken
a lot of it and I can never praise it
enough for what it has done for me I
n never thank you enough for the ad
ce you gave me to take Cardui for
nee taking it I look so well and am
stout as a mule
You are urged to take Cardui that gen
tl e vegetable tonic for weak women Its
u e will strengthen and build up your sys
ti m relieve or prevent headache back
a he and the ailments of weak women
It wfilsurely help you as it has helped
tl lousands of others in the past 50 years
N R Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chatla
> ga Medicine Co Chattinooea Tenn for Special tuning and renalrine
and64pa book Home
struct torn e Treatment
r Wosaca test la plain wrapper on request
Euchre Club
jlrs Hyman Harrison entertained
Euchre Club Thursday Three
tables were arranged for the players
Everything was bright and cherry
within nothing was suggestive of
thfcpld without Hospitality and
iraw Years greetings reigned After
seferal games Mrs Leo Davidson
was awarded the head prize a beau
tiful individual sugar and cream set
Mrs H Horwits received the conso
lation a pretty handpainted cake
piste Mrs Siegel of Arkansas was
presented the guest prize a dainty
pin cushion of pink silk in laces and
ritbon the work of the hostess An
elaborate twocourse luncheon was
seved Mrs Siegel of Arkansas
wfio is the guest of Mrs Sam D
Brooks was a guest of the club The
members are Mesdames Leo David
tson Hyman Harrison H Bloch H
Horwits Sam D Brooks Barney
Pearlstone A S Fox A Teah Will
Kfein Hada Dreyfus Misses Finkel
stein and Stella Ash
jBade Farewell to the Old Year
tThe following clipping from a New
York paper is sent by a friend with
the note When men and women cease
toj think more of self than anything
elke in the wide world then will such
extravagance cease and Gods poor
will be thought of The poor ye
have always with you is for a pur
pose God has not given all the same
talents The rich are abused and
jof ten but it is better to give amiss
alfew times than to let human beings
suffer Ten to fifty dollars a seat
Ten dollars can keep a little family
days The pity of it is that it
fmy on and the revelers never think
4fut one side of it Read the fol
Eight bells tapped the quartermast
er of the flagship eight bells sound
edevery other battleship of the At
Society Notes
TVfrs Caddie Winston Herrington
111 Erwin Street Phone 426
terns under this heading will appear Wednesday and Saturday after
noons The editor will appreciate all assistance rendered
voices of the bells softened by the
water floated to shore they
blended with the reminiscent chimes
of Old Trinity of Grace church and of
St Patricks cathedral It was the
end of a watch the end of a day the
er of a year As the last stroke vi
biated into silence every light went
out and every whistle afloat and
ashore shrilled and roared its greet
ings to the new year Downtown
the new year rode in on waves of
champagne Since 10 oclock noth
ing but champagne had been the
rule at all the better known restau
rants along Fifth avenue and Broad
way where more than 100000 guests
had paid from 10 to 50 a seat for
their reservations It is estimated
that this great crowd of merrymakers
left 1500000 behind them with res
tauranteurs and hotel keepers At one
hotel alone 4000 reservations had
been made a month in advance At
another the guests wore silk masks
and were permitted to pass from table
to table without identification On
the streets there was the same old
deafening riot of cow bells torn toms
and horns
How would you like to see New
York bid farewell to the old year and
greet the new year All very great
Agreat pity some of this vast wealth
cannot be given to the thousands that
are starving within their gates and
at their very doors The poor in New
York are the poorest I have ever seen
With best wishes for a bright and
happy New Year
A Friend
Miss Orline Evans has
from Longview where she
a delightful visit
has had
The young men of our city will
compliment their friends with a
breakin German this afternoon at the
lantic squadron and as the mingled city hall
jfLartle Tots In SecotyLJarade po Dif
Tn Math
Last Week Day Sermon By Evange
list Layficld Preached at the
Congregational unurcn
The last week day message of Evan
gelist Layfleld at the Congregational
church yesterday afternoon was that
Christ is ComingAgai uTieBvan
onTthe that
e2jst gjjo
coming of Christ is refer
red to much more than most any other
bible theme and that it is a neglected
truth because of some who have dis
torted and abused it by setting dates
etc as to the time of His coming
He quoted many passages of scripture
to show that Christs coming again
will be p ersonal and visible and that
He will come from the church of the
first born before the world is con
verted and that the age in which we
live will end in judgment instead of
conversion and then the millenium or
the reign of Christ for one thousand
years on the earth will take place
when He shall rule with a rod of iron
in omnipotent power and great glory
before the final judgment of the
great white throne occurs where he
unsaved of all ages will appear and
be cast into their final eternal abode
called Gehena or the awful lake of
fire while the saved shall reign with
Christ forever and ever they having
been judged for their sins in Christ as
their substitute on Calvarys cross
and trusted Him as their personal
Savior and received their rewards for
faithful service at the judgment of re
wards before the millenium at the
coming of Christ for Hs church
Many christians were edified by the
The largest week night attendance
was witnessed at the evening service
God is Love was Mr Layfields sub
ject This message was wonderfully
illustrated and the people rejoiced
for the consolation that came to their
hearts from the old old story being
made new
Tomorrow tho evangelist will preach
three special messages to close th
protracted effort of the past two
weeks Heaven will he the morn
ng subject The Proposal of Mar
riage will he the subject at p m
foi women and older girls only and
The Last Appeal will be the clos
ing subject at the evening service
A largo attendance and great bless
ing is expected in all of tiiese ser
Come and bring a friend with yon
W H Seymour an experienced fac
tory workman offers his services io
all owners of pianos for guaranteed
Phone 281 or
i Schreiner Music company
r V
> T T
J J t4 44 A 4 <
Avenue Baptist Church
Usual services tomorrow
Sunday school at 945 a m
Preaching at 11 a m
Sunday school and preaching
Green street Mission at 3 p m
B Y P U at G45 p m
Evangelistic services at 730 p m
Every one invited
A D Sparkman Pastor
Sacred Heart Church
First mass 7 a m
Second mass 10 a m followed by
Sunday school at 9 a m
On week days during the time the
work on church is being done mass
every morning at G a m
B Lee Pastor
First Congregational Church
Services will be as follows
Sunday 945 a m Sunday school
Sunday 11 a m Evangelist Layfleld
will speak on Heaven
Sunday 230 p m Junior En
deavor meeting
Sunday 3 p m Mr Layfleld will
address women only His subject
will be The Proposal of Marriage
THs is a neglected bible subject
Sunday G30 p m Christian En
deavor meeting
Sunday 730 p m the evangelists
subject will be The Last Appeal
This will close the protracted meeting
Monday there will be no Berean
Bible Band meeting
Wednesday 8 p m prayer service
The pastor and members especially
vclcome strangers and visitors to all
> f the services
Allan Crabtree Pastor
Centenary Methodist Church
Sunday school 930 a m
Preaching at 11 a m and 730 p m
Junior League 5 p m
Senior League 645 p m
Prayer meeting Wednesday 730
p m
A cordial invitation to all of these
J Kllgore Pastor
Presbyterian Church
Sabbath school 930 a m
Public worship 11 a m
Sunday school teachers meeting at
G30 p m
Westminster League service G30
n pi
Evening worship 731 craacK
Midweek service Wednesday 730
p m >
Strangers and all others are cor
dially Invited to worship with us at
all the services of the house of God
J C Oehler Pastor
St Philips Church
Services tomorrow as follows
930 a m Sunday school
11 a m morning prayer and ser
mon Subject The Coming of the
7 30 p m evening prayer and ser
Wo cordially invite all who will to
worship with us
Seats free
Church furnace heated
J W Sykes Rector
Christian Church
Bible school opens promptly at
930 Geo A Wright superintendent
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a m
and 730 p m
Morning subject A Model Congre
Evening subject Desire the Best
Gifts Special music Solo by Mrs
Willard ICarn anthem by choir
Christian Endeavor meeting at G30
p m
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 745
p m
You are invited to worship witii us
L D Anderson Pastor
Grace Methodist Church
Grace Methodist church corner
Howard and Gilbert avenues
Services Sunday at the Usual hours
Sunday school at 930 a m
Preaching at 11 a m
Junior Epworth League 3 p m
Senior Epworth League G30 p m
Preaching at 730 p m
Midweek prayer service Wednes
day at 730 p m
Womans Home Mission
Tuesday at 3 oclock
All are cordially invited
H Howard Davis Pastor
Christian Science
Sunday at 11 a m
Wednesday at 8 p m
Public invited All are welcomed
Opera House corner Avenue A and
Houston street
Free Free
A onepound can or Everybodys
Evaporated Cane Syrup given to each
lady who visits the Lyric Theatre Fri
day and Saturday nights
The New Orleans Coffee Co Ltd
The Moore Grocery Co Distribu
45t tors
atre last nIgh Ljmd the comedy
Sjlly Kids won universal favor The
fdTture of the act however was the
singing of Miss Taylor who appeared
at the opening of the sketch dressed
Comedian at the New Lyric Theatre
in a handsome gown of colonial days
She looked very pretty and her songs
weie most charming
The Royal Outcast a late Edison
hlfeh art film shown last night is one
of the best subjects in motion pic
tures seen here for a long time
Tonight by special reciuest Burnl
son and Taylor will repeat Grahams
Valet the sketch that made such a
big hit on Thursday night
Every lauy visiting the Lyric to
night will be presented witha can of
Everybodys Syrup compliments of
the Moore Grocery Co of this city
The New Year
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Will you buy a piano at all if the terms prices suit you If so it will
pay you to call at our store at once and make a selection We are lo
cated in Palestine to stay and we are in a position to place a firstclass
piano in your home at a very small cost And easy payments can be
arranged to suit you monthly quarterly or yearly We are factory
agents and distributors for twentytwo different makes of pianos and
are distributors for more makes than any three other dealers in Texas
We have been in Texas two years and three months and have es
tablished nine stores in the largest cities in the State
rCamp Company Piano was 325 now 175
1 Davis Son Piano was 325 now 250
1 Whitney Piano was 350 now 250
Kimball Piano was 325 now 250
iCrown Piano was 450 now 350
Thesepianos have been sold and exchanged for and some have been
used longer than others but are all in firstclass condition and we
guarantee them We have new painos ranging in price from 195 to
up tO650 in stock Call and see them That is all we ask
WW a
Palestine Texas
J F RUSH Manager
Main Street
Greeted Burnlson and Taylor at the
Lyric Last Night
The management says
Burnlson and Taylor played to a
packed houseat the New Lyric The
Phone 281
Gomplfete Plans Specifications and
Supervision Water Works Sani
tary Sewerage Street Paving and
Irrigation Engineering
25 Link Building
For Palestine and vicinity
Tonight fair warmer Sunday fair
Minimum temperature 28
Maximum temperature 42
Weather Conditions
The New England low pressure area
has passed out to sea The barom
eter is relatively low over Oklahoma
and there appears to be a slight de
Should you need Cotton Ginning Cane Grinding Saw Mill or other
Machinery or repairs for same it matters not by whom made Dilleys
can save you time trouble or money perhaps all if you will consult
them You are desirious of building up Anderson County give proof of
it by first giving home factories employing home labor an opportunity
to serve you and then all things being equal give them the preference
Call on or Addroti
Palestine Texas
Billey 0 Son
Paleitlni Tame
Published By Authority of the Secre
tary of Agriculture
Offlcers Elected pression entering Montana The ba
At a meeting or the ladies of Grace rometer Is high over the remainder of
Methodist church last Tuesday the
following officers weie elected for the
Womans Home Mission Society for
the ensuing year
President Mrs J T West
First Vice President Mrs Adkins
Recording Secretary Mrs II II
Treasurer Miss Ada Cuson
The other offices were left open un
til a later date The society is to
meet again next Tuesday In the
church They arp planning large
things forthisfyear All ladies are
invited to theirmeetlngs
the country with centers of high pres
sure over the Middle Atlantic states
and Wyoming respectively Precipi
tation has occurred over scattered
areas in the lake region the upper
Missouri valley the northern Rocky
mountain region and the north Pacific
states Fair and somewhat warmer
weather prevails over Texas
T R Taylor
Official in Charge
Hulls and Meal
We now have meal and hulls for
sale Spot cash to everybody
Anderson County Cotton Oil Co
Luzianne Coffee
Best on earth for the
None better at any
Ask for it
Sold eTerywhere
25 cents 1pound can
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