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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, February 04, 1910, Image 5

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A Revalation
to Palestine
Vermont In 1830
The Very Newest
It Is now time to see about your
stationery for the coming year The
Herald has anticipated your wants
and in addition to the already splen
did equipment the very newest type
facesfor stationery printing have been
added If you want something modern
Vand that will look good to you and
your correspondents let us print t
Notice to the Public
I have come and gone again Could
not stay any longer Will be back
about thfr first of February 1910 If
piano needs tuning bad dont
Fait for me but if you decide to wait
I will appreciate any work you give
me when I return H M Jones Box
374 Hearne Texas
Notice
I have sold my stock of furniture
and accounts to Wyatt Mclnnis
Denby who will collect all accounts
due Wallace Furniture Co
13tf v S L Wallace
If you want good wood and want it
quick phone 73 7tf
NEW
What Galvetson Said
The vocal character of this play its absolute
cleanliness and its high dramatic ana musical quality
makesit one that a person can not afford to miss The
success which it scored is thoroughly merited for the
drama itself is good and the presenting cast an excel
lent one Galveston News
It is only at occasional times now that some dra
matist among the hundreds on Broadway offers a play
which wins instant attention The Climax has been
one of the few exceptions Last night Galveston peo
ple emphasized the good opinion of other cities It
gave to the play the players and the production the
strongest evidence of appreciation Galveston Tri
bune
fits a page from
Human Life i
Dean of American Editors
Henry M Alden Has Conducted
Harpers For Many Years
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Mills Alden has satstevihe p c
chair of Harpers Mnguzlne
1809 For six jeurs before that
be he was managing editor of Har
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The Servant In the House
It is with mixedi feelings that a
critic undertakes a review of the
above play as seen at the Temple last
evening On the one hand the cast
was all that could be asked for and
the lesson of the play is undoubtedly
worth while being an endorsement of
the sentiment that there is good in
every heart if ft can only be aroused
and the characters were all men and
women of the world But on the other
hand we are not sure that the end
justifies the means by which the les
son is taught We leave this phase
of the matter with those who saw
the play As a plav simply a repro
duction on the stage nothing was
left to be desired The cast as said
above was strong and the action
runs smoothly and is impressive
but after all something is to be de
sired that is not given or possibly
something is given that is not to be
desired At any rate we are at a
loss to know whether we approve or
The performance was interrupted by
one of the performers undertaking a
very difficult role who felt called up
on to reprove some boys in the audi
ence
Delightful Love Story
A press notice says
The theatregoers of this city will
be delighted to learn that Joseph M
Webers comedy drama The Climax
by Edward Locke with incidental mu
sic by Joseph Carl Breil will be the
attraction at the New Temple The
atre on Monday evening February 7
The Climax is a story of Bohemian
life and one whose freshness of idea
crisp humor and incessant charm will
maintain it in high favor The brght
ness of the lines the wit the seeming
incongruity of the situation and sure
ly not least a delightful little love
story is said to make the play enter
taining in every way
Mayne and Mayne
The management says
Mayne and Majne vaudeville sketch
artists did not arrive in time to ap
pear at the New Lyric last night theii
train being several hours late and the
management had to secure the ser
vices of Hodges and Nelson contor
tionists and equilibrists now in the
city preparing to go in vaudeville who
put on a hghclass contortion act that
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General James A Drain
High American Authority on Hiflf
Shooting
General James A Drain tlie retlr
Ing president of the National Itilie as
sociation is one of the most euthubi
astic of the adoeates of the extension
of practice In ritle shooting among the
citizens of the United States
proved to be very entertaining
Mayne and Mayne will positively ap
pear on the program tonight in ad
vanced vaudeville introducing some
high class singing and dancing This
team carry their own dancing floor
and are said to be past masters in
this line of work
The feature film in motion pictures
tonight will he The Tower of Nelse
On Tomdnow Saturday afternoon
at 4 oclock the potato matinee will
take place at the Lyric the hoy bring
ing the largest Irish potato to receive
a solid silver prize
NATURES GILT FROM TUG SUNNY
SOUTH
During the Civil War cotton crowing was
so profitable that It is said ttio natives of
India purchased silver plowshares with
which to till tho cotton fields Ytt under the
stimulus of highest prices India could raise
only three million bales the South produces
over twelve million hales each jtar It
will bo seen therefore that in this product
of nature the South stands supreme
Not less important is the oil of the Cotton
seed which when refined ranks In purity and
whoksomeness with the choicest olive oil
and IntheformoECottolene yields a cook
lne fat superior to lard
Cottolene is v egetahle so pure wholesome
economical and efficient that It Is truly onu
of Natures best elfts from the South
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SCENE FROM THE PUMAX NEW TEMPLE THEATRE MONDAY FEBRUARY 7TH
MONDAY FEBRUARY 7th
Joseph M Weber Presents thet Lasting Modern
Comedy With Music
BY EDWARD LOCKE MUSIC BY JOSEPH CARL BREIL
Presented with the original cast scenic establishments and accessories Direct from a ten months
run at Webers Theatre New York
Seat Sale fot This Extraordinary Attraction Will Open Friday at Swifts
Prices 50c 75c 100 150 Mail Orders for Seats Now No Free List
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ENS USE A FIRELESS INCUBA
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Hollands Magazine
Every weekly issue of Farm and
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Hollands with its 52 big journal
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WANT TO MOVE REMAINS
Relatives Write For Particulars About
Burial of Cynthia Ann Parker
The Latimer Ezell Undertaking
company received a letter from Law
ton Oklahoma yesterday making
inquiries about the burial place of
the lamented Cynthia Ann Parker
and asking about removing the body
to a cemetery there The letter said
the body was buried at Fosterville in
Anderson county There is a roman
tic histoiy written around and about
the life of Cynthia Ann Parker who
was captured by Indians at the Old
Paikef Fort in Leon county west of
this city and who lived for many
j ears among the Indians mariy
mg one of the big men of the
tribe A great deal has been
wiitten about this pioneer woman in
the press of the country It is said
that some of her relatives are inter
ested in having the remains removed
to Oklahoma wheio a monument will
Iip placed over her giave
BAKEDAY
Do you look forward to BakeDay
each week with a certain keen inter
est and pleasant anticipation Under
tho right conditions it should he one
of the real pleasures of housekeeping
New clever recipes and a certainty
of success in everything you bake are
what make the fascination
The Cooks Book will give you
the recipes a splendid collection by
Mrs Janet McKenzie Hill the noted
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K C Baking Powder will give you
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Guaranteed the best at any price or
money refunded
Get a 25 cent can of K C Baking
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Send In the certificate you will find to
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and K C Baking Powder Youll bo
more ban pleased
Notice to the Public
W H Seymour an experienced fac
tory workman offers his services to
all owners of pianos for guaranteed
nnlng and repairing Phone 281 or
SChrelner Music company 14lm
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What Houston Said
The Climax by Edward Locke the incidental
music by Joseph Carl Breil is one of the most artistic
plays seen in Houston this season The drama is good
and the actors are of unusual excellence Houston
Chronicle
The Climax is one of the seasons most de
lightful comedydramas and for genuine pleasure
which its presentation gives one it is entitled to be
classed with The Music Master which until now has
been conceeded the most pleasing offering of the sea
son at the Prince Theatre Houston Post
Youve All
Heard of It
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KATIE FRICK BLIND DEAF MUTE AND HER TEACHER
Eat anything you want if youve got the money
Clarirette soap per case S3 50
Starch 50 pound box 225
Bran per sack I BO
Chops per sack I 60
If you want fancy groceries in sufficient quanti
ties to last a mocking bird 2 meals
will save you money
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The state of Pennsylvania has set aside a fund for the education of little
Katie Frick the blind deaf mute whose case promises to rival that of Helc n
Keller Katie Is now in the Mount Airy Institute Kor the Deaf and Dumb
at Philadelphia and the rapidity with which she learns Is a marvel to scieir
tlsts She was taught to count by the use of small wooden blocks the blocks
being ranged in a row and the numerals they represented being pronounced
by the teacher while the child held her finger tips to the teachers lips
and
The Modern Way
We are well equipped to do your cleaning
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steam press every thing Clothing that are
preessed with our steam presser are perfect
ly sanitary We are well equipped to do all
kinds of alteration for ladies and gentle
men Just phone 535 and our delivery
boy will call for and deliver your clothes
Tippen it Gilbreath
Merchant Tailors
The Red Front in front of Grand Leader
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