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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, January 21, 1910, Image 2

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Law Which Nationalizes Militia Or
ganizations of Various States
Becomes Effective Today
Herald Special
Washington D tC Jan 21 The
famous Dick Law which national
izes so to speak the militia organiza
tions of the various states by placing
them upon the same footing as the
regular army and making them a na
Vtional military organization subsidiary
to the regular army in case of war
went into effect today This law
framed by United States Senator Gen
eral Charles Dick of Ohio was orig
inally passed by congress in 1903 and
was Intended to become operative at
once It was readily seen however
that the states could not change their
system so soon and that much time
would be needed for the reorganiza
tion Then it was decided that the
law should go into effect in 190S but
when the five years had elapsed it
was found that even then several of
the states among them Pennsjfvania
and Delaware were not quite ready
for the change and the time was once
more extended to January 21 1910
The law provides that the militia
shall consist of every able bodied male
citizen of the respective states and
territories and the District of Colum
bia and every able bodied male of for
eign birth who has declared his inten
v tlon to become a citizen who is more
than eighteen and less than fortyfive
years of age and shall be divided in
to two classes The organized militia
and the reserve militia The regular
ly enlisted organized and uniformed
active militia in the several states and
territories and the District of Colum
bia who have heretofore participated
or shall hereafter participate in the
apportionment of the annual appropri
ation shall consitute the organized
militia and shall from now on have
the same organization armament and
discipline as that which is now or may
hereafter be prescribed for the reg
ular army of the United States sub
ject in time of peace to such general
exceptions as may be authorized by
the secretary of war
Under the new law every regiment
of infantry or cavalry of the organized
militia and each separate or unas
signed battalion of infantry or engi
neers or squadron of cavalry of the
organized militia is entitled to one as
sistant Inspector of small arms prac
tice with the raink of captain or first
lieutenant while each organized bri
gade is entitled to an inspector with
the rank of major and each division
to one with the rank of lieutenant
colonel The president of the United
States In time of peace has the right
to fix the minimum number of enlist
ed men in each company troop bat
tery etc
The law provides that whenever the
Dr Notts Letter Arouses a Storm of
Protest Sticks Stoutly to State
ment Offers to Put UpMoney to
Back His Opinion
In a recent issue of this paper Dr
Nott whose fame is a matter of na
tional recognition stated that there
was no cure for baldness An opinion
which is evidently not shared by all
otherwise the existence of numerous
concerns that advertise to cure bald
ness to put hair on a billiard ball
etc would be imperiled What Dr
Nott did state as reference to the Is
sue containing his statements will
corroborate was that he had never
seen in all of the thousands of cases
which have passed under his notice
one instance where the disease of
baldness had been cured But he did
state as well that he cheerfully ad
mitted that there were remedies that
would restore gray hair to the color of
youth and that there were Hair Ton
ics which would encourage the growth
of hair cure dandruff and the ordi
nary diseases of the scalp he refer
red particularly to QBan Hair Re
storer and QBan Hair Tnnic Dr
Nott staled that he will give to any
charitable institution named 1000 on
receipt of any authentic proof showing
that hair has ever been put on a bald
head where the roots were dead
Since his last statement the druggists
have in general laid in a supply of
QBan Hair Restorer and Tonic Any
tine who wants to win the 1000 that
the doctor offers may send a letter
to Q B Dept Memphis Tcnn He
tates and any druggist will indorse
the statement to the effect if six bot
tles of QBan Hair Itestorer falls In
a single Instance to change gray hair
to a natural color that if the patient
has used six bottles and the result Is
not as claimed a letter written to
Dr Nott will bring back the money
ixpended and that If a six bottle lot
of the tonic dont increase the growth
and strength of the hair cleanse and
put tha scalp in good condition
money will also be returned You
Know your druggist ask him
AiotJey Drug Co recommends and
feells these preparations If 3011 are
gray haired or your hnir is commenc
ing to fade you can have the first full
size 50c bottle by sending 12c in post
age to the HessigElIIs Drug Co
Memphis Team
United States is invaded or threaten
ed with invasion by any foreign pow
er or a rebellion against the author
ity of the government or when the
president should be unable with the
regular forces at his command to ex
ecute the laws of the union it shall
be lawful for the president to call
forth such number of the militia as
he may deem necessary In his call
the president may specify the period
tor which such service is required
No commissioned officer or enlisted
man of the militia is to be held to
service beyond the term of his exist
ing commission or enlistment
The secretary of war is authorized
to issue from time to time to the or
ganized militia such number of the
United Stales service arms together
with all accessories and such other ac
coutrements equipments uniforms
and clothing as used by the regular
army of the United States The sec
retary of war is also authorized to
provide for participation by any part
of the organized militia of any state
on the request of the governor in
the encampment maneuvers and field
instruction of any part of the regular
army Upon the application of the
governor of any state tne secretary
of war may detail one or more offi
cers or enlisted men of the army to
report for duty in connection with the
organized militia A consulting board
of five officers of the militia shall be
selected by the secretary of war for
a term of four years to report to him
from time to time and confer upon
matters connected with the service
Piles Piles PilesI
Williams Indian Pile Ointment will
cure Blind Bleeding and Itching Piles
It absorbs the tumors allays itching
at once acts as a poultice gives In
To Honor Retiring Official
Dallas Texas Jan 21 All arrange
ments have been perfected for the big
complimentary banquet to be given
here tomorrow night by the state
btnKeis of Texas in honor of Thos
H Love the retiring state bank com
missioner Judge Cato Sells presi
dent of the Texas State Bank and
Tiust company of Cleburne is to act
as toastmaster and the attendance
will Include lepresentatives of nearly
all of the state banks of Texas
Capudine For Inat Headache
Out last nlgut Headache and ner
vous this morning Hicks Capudine
Just the thing to fit you for business
Clears the head braces the nerves
Pry IL At drug stores
Pathe Freres hand colored Passion
Play or Life of Christ together with
Lubins Holy City at the Lyric The
atre Friday and Saturday nights of
this week
tmtitj Wim
W H H Beadle Was the Pioneer of
Educational Work In Northland
South Dakota
Herald Special
Pierre S D Jan 21 Pursuant to
a movement staited by the state ed
ucational association special exercises
in celebration of Beadle Day were
held in the public schools throughout
South Dakota today The purposewas
to arouse public interest in the plan
for the election of a monument in
the new state capitol in honor of the
memory of W H H Beadle who was
the pioneer of educational work in
the Dakotas
In 1SC9 General Beadle was appoint
ed survejor general of Dakota and In
the years that followed he devoted his
entire attention to the development
of the resources of the territory Trom
1S79 to 1SS5 he was superintendent of
public instruction and under his direc
tion the entire school system was or
General Beadle was a native of In
diana and a graduate of the Univer
sity of Michigan In 1SG1 he entered
the army as fiist lieutenant of an In
diana regiment and at the close ofthe
war was brevetted brigadier general
After the war he practiced law for
several years in Wisconsin before tak
ing up his residence in Dakota
Laymens Conference In Macon
Herald Special
Macon Ga Jan 21 One of the
largest of the conferences held by
the Laymens Missionary Movement
in the south began in this city today
with hundieds of delegates In at
yrhe lot consists of 9 boxes of 480 we pur
chased earJy last fall some of which we only secured a few
days ago after considerable correspondence There is not a
yard that is worth less than 5c A great deal of it is
worth 8c and 10c We offer the entire lot for Saturday Mon
day and Tuesday at the extraordinary price of
only 10 yards for
Dont overlook this opportunity to buy a very desirable lace
at a big saving in price
Snjder Texas Jan 20 rFiie which
swept the business section here this
morning caused a loss of 25000
The blaze originated in the second
floor of 1 looming house in the middle
of the block on the north side of the
public square and burned east to
Chuich sheet and to Warren Bros
drug store on the west
All weio frame buildings and a
frontage of two bundled and fifty feet
was burned
The fire began at 0 oclock
If You Want to Buy Your Meats
fiom the most sanitaiy shop in the
city all you have to do is to just
phone 115 The Old Town Market
and you will get strictly clean meats
of best quality at leasonable rates
Prompt delivery all over city Spec
ial attention to C O D orders Dont
forget Phone No 15
J G Scaiboiough Pi op
Discuss Lumber Rates
Herald Special
Seattle Wash Jan 21 Represent
atives of the railroads of the north
west met in conference here today
with the Pacific Coast Lumber Manu
facturers Association to discuss ques
tions at issue between the railroads
and the lumber and shingle manufac
turers in regard to transit shipment
and storage rates
George W Bates Is Wanted In Mc
Lennan County
Waco Texas Jan 20 Sheriff Geo
W Tilley received a telegram today
from Sudbury Ontario from AVells
Fargo officials saying that George W
Bates alias Fred W Clifford was ar
rested there on a charge of taking
51000 last December at Riesel Mc
Lennan county The money was con
signed to the First National Bank at
Riesel and was handled by the Wells
Fargo Express company Mr Tilley
will leave for Canada tomorrow via
Washington where he will obtain
requisition papers from President
Read This
Jacksonville Texas This Is to cer
tify that my wife was cured of kid
ney and bladder trouble in 1895 by
the use of one bottle of Halls Texas
Wonder and I can cheerfully recoml
mend It to others suffering In same
manner A M Duke
Sold by J R Hearne Co
Want Shorter Ballots
Herald Special
New York Jan 21 In response to
a call Issued by President Woodrow
Wilson of Princeton University a
number of prominent men interested
in the public welfare met in confer
ence at the Hotel Astor today to dis
cuss the short ballot principle The
in AH Linen and imitation Lin
en Torchon Laces for Sat
urday9 Monday and
yards eachwhich
Yours very truly
Hodges Dry Goods Co
stant relief Williams Indian Pile
Ointment is prepared for Piles and
itching Sold by druggists mall 50c
md fl00 Williams Manufacturing
Zo Props Cleveland O
For sale by Bratton Drug Co
Three Universities In Debate
Herald Special
Chicago Jan 21 The triangular
debating league composed of North
western University and the universi
ties of Michigan and Chicago holds
its annual debates tonight Each uni
versity is represented by two teams
tiie contests taking place simulta
neously in Chicago Madson and Ann
Arbor The question for debate is
Resolved That the experience of the
United States has shown that a pio
tective tariff should for a time be a
national policy
tendance from all parts of Georgia A
program covering three dajs has been
prepared for the gathering Among
the notable speakers to be heard are
exGovernor W J Northen Rev Dun
bar H Ogden of Atlanta Rev Wil
liam A Guerry D D of Charleston
Rev H F Williams of Nashville
Mrs George Sherwood Eddy mission
ary to India and W B Stubbs secre
tary of the Laymens Missionary Move
ment o the Southern M E church
One Entire Business Block Was Con
sumed Causing 25000 Loss
short ballot idea is a proposal to re
duce tjie number of elective offices by
putting the minor elective offices on
the appointive list thus simplifying
the work of the voter
Test Sample of Miona Stomach
Tablets Free to All
If you have indigestion dyspepsia
sour stomach dizziness or biliousness
no matter how long standing Mi 0 na
stomach tablets will cure or your
money back
Thousands are getting rid of indi
gestion by using Miona Here is
what one man writes I want to
speak a good word for Mi ona and
what it has done for me I suffered
something terrible with dyspepsia and
indigestion It was almost impossible
for me to eat anything Day after
day I would go without eating any
thing One day I read your ad in
the Bangor Dally News I got a box
and before It was gone I could sit
down to the table and eat anything
thanks to MIo na Herbert L Pat
terson Brewer Bangor Me 1909
MI o na stomach tablets are made
from the best prescription ever writ
ten they cure to stay cured They
relieve distressed stomach in a few
minutes They are sold by druggists
In eveiy town In America and by
Bratton Drug Co A large box costs
but 50 cents Test samples free from
Booths Miona Buffalo N Y
mmtciD HMOME
Cures catarrh or rn 9y back Jusi
breathe it in Complete outfit including
UihalerJU Extra bottles GQo Dm gists
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Ceo w
Soil gives flavor to tobacco
In this great cigar for the
littles money we give you
a combination of the best
leaf Nothing like it Our
years of experience for
your nickel
Generously Good
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Have it done right
Who do it right
After a good Christmas trade wishes to
thank his many friends and patrons for
their liberaf support vand state that his
stock has been replenished with goods of
Quality an
Quick delivery or no sale
Phone 688
Van Camp Hominy 3 for 25c
2 lb Tomatoes per dozen 80c
You are paying 8 l3c for Starch we sell at 4c
All Breakfast Foods 3 for
J G PRICE Grocer
Jim Redwine Co
Plumbing ana 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
Made Any Time Day or
Night Rain or Shine
RING 329
Unfnmiatod Grapajulc lorCommun
ion FurpoBU iind iSlcU Chsmbar i
Old Port Wine 3 years old J150 per al Sherry Wine I
years old 1 0 per gal Good Table Claret 3100 per galt
Fine Old Blackberry Wlnebestlnthemarket ThoBewlnea
have taken first premlams in Dallas Honstoc and Ban An
tonio for many years and are guaranteed to bo pure In ex
ery reapect Jags found and wtbet JellTered to any part of
be olty tree of onarra
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