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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, January 10, 1910, Image 6

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Buy Your Suit From Flanagan
For wood seeJohnny Ormond
Richardsons Wood Saw Phone 900
The city court had only a small
grind today
FOR SALE My horse and buggy
cheap Hyman Harrison lCtf
FOR RENT 5 room cottage with
electric light bath 11 May street Ap
ply next door S3t
FOR RENT Two rooms for light
housekeeping Apply 107 Louisiana
street upstairs 10Ot
WANTED Young men to board in
private family all conveniences
Phone 32G or call at 311 LineSt Gt
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
cockrels fine birds of the best
breed and just grown Apply 505
Royall street 103t
Winter plowing is being qnite ex
tensively practiced around here and
this means soils better prepared for
the coming crops
The grass was burned from the
terrace opposite the I G N depot
this afternoon and a nice new coat
of early spring grass will soon be in
XOST Between homes of Rip Cook
and W C Campbell a silver mesh
purse containing a small black purse
with some money in it Finder will
he rewarded by returning same to
Miss Luella Cook or telephoning
293 102t
Tax Collector McReynolds Will Be at
Swifts Store Friday Night
Tax Collector McReynolds an
nounces that he will be at Swifts
store Friday night the 14th as a mat
ter of convenience to those who de
sire to pay their taxes and save the
walk and loss of time in going to the
court house It will be a good oppor
tunity for the working man or other
busy man to pay his poll tax The
taxes must be paid this month if you
would avoid the extra penalty
Notice Notice
The first meeting of the Employes
CoOperative Mercantile Co will be
held in the Maccabee Hall 730 p m
Saturday January 15th 1909 All
subscribers for the capital stock aro
respectfully requested to be present
10Gt J E Hodnett
Notice to the Public
W H Seymour an experienced fac
tory workman offers his services to
all owners of pianos for guaranteed
tuning and repairing Phone 2S1 or
Schrelner vMusic company 1ilm
The Herald Is authorized to an
nounce Lee Boyd as a candidate for
Sheriff of Anderson county subject
to the action of the democratic pri
The Herald is authorized to an
nounce Mr Clay Cotten Jr as a can
didate for tax collector of Ajderson
county subject to the action of the
democratic primaries
A Happy
New Year
Iff you heat your
rooms with a
The Quick Hot
Fire Maker
The Gas Co
Phone 296
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For the Minstrel Comedy Company at
New Temple Theatre Friday
Night Opens Tomorrow
The reserved sale of seats for the
Minstrel Comedy company which will
be the attraction at the New Temple
Theatre Friday night goes on at
Swifts Book Store tomorrow morn
ing The minstrel will be given for
the benefit of the Organized Chari
ties and popular prices will prevail
Runnels County Farmer Killed Wife
Son and Daughter
Ballinger Texas Jan 9 F B
Kimbler a prominent farmer living in
the northern part of this county killed
his wife his Gyearold son and 3year
old daughter seriously wounded his
niece aged 20 and ended his own life
by cutting his throa t from ear to ear
with a pocket knife at daylight this
Kimbler had been in bad health for
several months but got up at the
usual time this morning and was as
sisting his wife to make the fires He
stepped out and returning to the room
where his wife was starting the fire
with the hatchet in his hand said
Wife we have all got to go and
split his wifes head open with the
hatchet Going to the bed where his
children were still asleep he battered
their brains out with the hatchet Go
ing to his niece he struck her several
blows on the head and arms
By this time a young man a
nephew of Kimbler was aroused and
accompanied by the young lady al
though badly wounded made their es
cape Returning to the room where
his wife lay unconscious on the floor
Kimbler used a pocket knife to end
his own life cutting his throat from
ear to ear
Mrs Kimbler and the baby lived for
five or six hours but the Gyearold
boy was instantly killed Theyoung
lady is in a serious condition and her
recovery is doubtful
Kimbler had been living in this
county for a number of years was a
successful farmer a county officer in
the Fanners Union was intelligent
and popular with his neighbors
TA J a iVi wi
On Cotton Ginned Shows Crop to Be
Far Short of Last Year
Herald Special
Washington D C Jan 10 The
census report by the government de
partment shows that 3C1C285 bales of
cotton of the 1909 crop had been gin
ned up to January first as compared
with 124C529S last year for the same
period The average for the five
years before last year was 9951500
Herald Want Ada reault brlngera
W Y Ballew went north today
A D Alkire returned to Elkhart to
Harry Myers went down to Conroe
today on business
W R Crawford was a passenger
south this morning
Dr W H Gohlman is up 7 again
after a several days illness
Chas J Horn returned to Brown
wood today after a visit here
Special Agent H A Wattsof the I
G N went north this afternoon
Grandma Helm is reported quite
sick with pneumonia at her home in
East Palestine
P W Ezell left last night for San
Antonio to spend a week or more
resting and recuperating
Misses Mattie Silliman andHelen
Hufsmith returned to school at Mil
ford via the morning train
Lewis Nance and wife spent Sunday
and today in the city They will soon
move from Marquez to this city
A T Knies has returned home
from Chicago and the east Mr Knies
is manager of the local gas plant
Mrs Bettie McClanahan Parish of
Jewett after a two days visit1 to rela
tives returned to her home today
Mrs N R Royall has arrived home
from New York where she spent the
holidays with her daughter Mrs
Mrs Hampson Gary and children
are here from Tyler Mr Gary passed
through to Austin where he has busi
L T Moore H D Brown B F
Sherman T H Singletary and others
are here from Rusk on court busi
Milton Blount and Mrs Blount went
down to Houston today At Houston
Mr Blount will join a coast hunting
M Pitluck and daughter Mrs Ros
enthal father and sister of Mrs Leo
Davidson left this afternoon for Tyler
after a visit here
M A Cassidy who spoke before an
audience at the Y M C A yesterday
and at Centenary Methodist church
last night returned to Mart today
where he is secretary of the Y M C
Whit Wallace a popular traveling
man who makes this territory is here
sick and will go to the hospital to
morrow for lepairs He is an opti
mist all the year round and has no
business on the sick list
Hulls and Meal
We now have meal and hulls for
sale Spot cash to everybody
Anderson County Cotton Oil Co
Agents for thefamous 5A Horse
Blankets H Schmidt Co 7tf
A checking account is one of
the best investments today for
YOU irrespective of whether
you are in business profession
al or private life as it affords
convenience and safety together
with giving you a better stand
ing in the community
Today is THE day to open it
to proscrastinate might mean an
unpleasant dispute on your hands
over a payment you know you
have made
First National Bank
In Wreck In the Texas Pacific
Yards at Shreveport
Shreveport La Jan 10 Three per
sons killed and one fatally injured is
the result of a collision which occur
red about 1130 oclock last night In
the Texas Pacific freight yards be
tween a Kansas City Southern switch
Mens and Boys Suits
and Overcoats
y4 off Mens Fancy Suits
J 15 Off Mens Blue and Black Suits
14 off Mens Overcoats
vSpecial Reduction on all Boys
Suits and Overcoats
Nothing Held in reserve the reductions include
all of our Hart Schaffner Marx and Stein
Bloch makes as wellas brandsof lesser promi
nence If you have been waiting for the reduc
tion sales in which to buy your winter clothing
this is your chance to get the highest grade
goods at a substantial saving Xont be among
the tardy ones as some of die lots are limited
15he Grand Leader
Palestines Leading Store
engine and train No 53 west bound
on the Texas Pacific railway
The dead John Cornwall conductor
of the Texas Pacific train Marshall
Texas Percy Parrish switchman of
Shreveport Miss Evans a passenger
Boyce La
Fatally injured John Brandon por
ter on the Pullman car
The passenger train was backing
through the yards from the passenger
station when the switch engine hur
rying to get out of the way of another
passenger train then due crashed with
Always the same
Not up then down
Not good today
bad tomorrow
Eetablish d in 1850
San Francisco
J A Folger Co
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We Have Some Hews
For You
Regarding Our SemiAnnual
Glean Sweep Sale
Of Winter Goods Also About Our
January Sale
Of Muslin Underwear
and White Waists
Particulars Will Be Found
in Thursdays paper also in circulars hich
will be distributed from house to house on Wed
nesday and Thursday
Watch our circulars as well as our announce
ment in Thursdays paper it will pay you
well to do so
Own Your Own Home
I will provide you with the money necessary
furnish plans and specifications to meet your
wishes supervise the erection and completion of
your house you to repay this outlayin month
ly installments like rent Call on me and inves
tigate this proposition
terrific force into the Pullman car at
tached to the rear of train No 53
plowing its way for fully half the
length of the Pullman Conductor
Cornwall and Miss Evans were stand
ing on the rear platform of the Pull
man when the switch engine struck
it and were buried beneath the de
bris Conductor Cornwalls body was
crushed almost beyond recognition
while Miss Evans was pinioned under
neath the wrecked Pullman and lived I
almost an hour but was dead when j
the workmen were able to reach her
Switchman Parris was riding on the
rear footboard of the switch engine
and was knocked off by the crash the
rebound of the engine having caugfit
and crushed him killing him instantly j
John Brandon the Pullman porter
25 Link Bldg
was in the rear of his car and was
so badly crushed that he will die
JThe small number of fatalities is at
tributed to the small number of pas
sengers in Jhe Pullman
The dead were removed from the
debris by 1 oclock this morning
Dining Room Reopened
The dining room of the Palestine
Hotel formerly the Oriental has Been
reopened to the public and boarders
and transients are solicited 10 2t
To the Public
If you wish to know what the Co
operative Mercantile Company is ask
J E Hodnett Phone 953 l06t
Phone 73 for good wood
Arrivals by Express
February Fashion
February New Ideas Magazines
February Patterns
Also 50 dozen gloves in
ladies mens misses and
Phoenix mufflers au
tomobile scarffs hair
ornaments ladies and
mens handkerchiefs
We were entirely out of
the above goods hence
you get a pretty selection
of bright new goods
Yours truly
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