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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, February 04, 1910, Image 8

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Our Motto Strictly Cash One Price to All
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SPECIAL
FOR
THURSDA Y FRIDA Y
AND SATURDAY
50c ladies and mens hose 3 pair for 100
25e ladies and mens hose 3 pair for 50c
25e boys and misses hose 3 pair for 50c
These hose come in all color in silk lisle gauze
lisle or balbriggan and are the best VALUES
ever offeredin this or anyvother city
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THE GLOBE
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PURELY PERSONAL
Frank James of Tyler is here
J M King of Waco is in the city
Frank Kerr of Crockett is in the
cityCol
Col Geo A Wright was in Austin
yesterday
Mrs Theo Lehman has returned to
her home at Camden Ark
Hyman Harrison and little daughter
went down to Crockett today
Mrs J O Monday and daughter
Miss Vernie are here from Lovelady
Rev Father Lee went down to
Crockett via the morning train re
turning this afternoon
Sheriff Black was at Terrell yester
day going up to convey an insane pa
tient to the asylum there
Frank Markle went south this morn
ing He says business on the road is
simply immense and that he is a
very busy man
Col and Mrs Geo W Burkitt are up
from Houston The colonel still prom
ises they will soon be residents of
Palestine once again
Dr G T Brandon has been quite
sick at his home No 9 Combination
street for several days but his condi
tion is reported some better today
Mr and Mrs J M McMillan left
today for Plantersville in South Tex
as to visttjeiatlves They will likely
visit Galveston before coming home
Mr and Mrs Voight on heir way
home to Houston from St Louis
Quincy and other points are spending
a day or two with Mrs Voights moth
er Mrs Nannie Morris and other rela
tives
Wildcatting at Oakwoods
Oakwoods Texas Feb 2 A com
pany of oil men from Spindle Top
have recently leased a large number
of acres of land six miles north of
Oakwoods and are looking for their
machinery every day to commence
boring for oil There have been three
wells put down in the locality the last
three years These men claim when
they bore deep enough they will get
plenty of oil
TEXAS NEWS NOTES
The validity of the law declaring
gambling a felony is attacked in the
court of criminal appeals
The Inspection of the Texas Nation
al Guard will commence March 22
The Border Methodist missionary
convention opened in San Antonio
Thursday
The Texas pure food law will not
be tested at this ume the case against
Dan Sonnethiel of Dallas beipg dis
missed
The state mine inspector says that
nine owners are endeavoring to obey
I he law as regards equipment
The Sour Lake oil field is again be
nming active Another producer has
icpn brought In
Burglars deliberately robbed a sa
loon under the eyes of tlie San An
tonio police
Farmers are protesting against a
eduction In the Texas cotton rate
aring an advance in the interstate
rite on cotton seed products
The attorney general has decided
tat the river beds of Texas cannot be
s ild thus disposing of the mineral
< laim recently filed for a portion of
le river bed of the Colorado near
Austin
Richardxons Wood Saw Phone 900
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Phono 408 Agonts For Standard Pattcrps Froo Delivery
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Jackson Miss Feb 3 There had
been persistent rumors today that
there would be something in the way
of variations at the senatoiial caucus
tonight but instead the crowds of in
terested supporters of the candidates
and visitors to representatives hall
experienced the same monotonous roll
calls with the standing ot the several
candidates practically unchanged
On the closing ballot last night Var
daman was within eighteen votes of
the nomination on the first tonight
lie was twentyone from the goal
For County Judge
Judge J F Watts present city com
missioner and at one time county
judge of Anderson county has author
ized the Herald to announce him as a
candidate for county judge Judge
Watts needs no words of commenda
tion from the Herald as he is known
of all men and in turn he knows about
all the men and voters of the county
Judge Watts served this county as its
judge for a long time and he made a
popular judge and a jiit judge His
ndministiation was approved by most
men and he did valuable work for the
county If he is again honored with
the office he will carry into it a vast
amount of ripe experience and will
no doubt give as good satisfaction as
be did in years past in the same ca
pacity
Phone 73 for good wood
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Steamer Kentucky Sent Wireless That
She Had Sprung a Leak and
Was Sinkingi
Herald Special
Charleston S C Feb 4 The local
wireless station here today picked up
a wireless message from the steamer
Kentucky of the Pacific Transporta
tion company which is on its maiden
trip fiom New York to the North Pa
cific coast saying it had sprung a
leak from an unknown cause and was
sinking at the time the report was
sent The vessel reported that it was
in latitude 2218 longitude 7642 The
Alamo of the Mallory line reported
also that she had heard the message
and was on the way to the assistance
of the Kentucky
PAULHAMS BIPLANE A WRECK
He Met With Mishap atDenver But
Escaped With a Jolt
Denver Colo Feb 3 Louis Paul
ham had a narrow escape from death
today when the Farman biplanp col
lided with the fence guarding the race
track at Overland Park smashing
through it and came down in a heap
of weckage Paulham was thrown
headlong but beyond a severe shak
ing up was unharmed
Before the accident Paulham had
successfully guided his machine up
into the rare mountain air and had
circled the Overland rape track a
dozen times He then came to the
ground and it was announced that the
aviator would attempt to fly over the
business district of Denver three or
four miles away and return
But the runway for his machine
over 100 yaids in length and cramped
by the race track fence and by an ir
rigation ditch i tinning diagonally
across the grounds proved too short
The machine left the ground too close
to the fence struck the fence re
bounding on the bank of the ditch
breaking one of the starting wheels
Paulham shut off his motor and
brought the machine to a stop
The machine was repaired and
again Paulham attempted a flight
The machine was not three feet from
the ground when the end of the run
way was reached and the machine
crashed through the fence into the
ditch rebounded and came down a
mass of wreckage Paulham was fair
ly catapulated from his seat but he
lit in the soft snow and escaped serious
injuiy
A dozen or moie people were knock
ed down by the machine when it tore
thioiigh the fence but no one was se
riously hurt
First National Bank
The First National Bank makes its
regular statement in this issue of the
Herald anil as usual it is a good one
Palestine is shown to be in good finan
cial condition if the banks are any
criterion Read the statement on tin
front page
Jai P Brook architect and engl
neer Room 26 Link Bulldlnf tl
ltefe
THE laARDtN Ot DOLLARS
is generally reached via the
Gate of the CHECK BOOK
The best resolution you could
make this beginning month of the
year is that to open a checking
account with this institutiotr
Safety prompt courteous treat
ment and every facility known to
modern safe banking is assured
you here
First National Bank
LOVE IN BUSINESS
Former State Official Not atCandidate
For Governor
Dallas Texas Feb 3 I most cer
tainly will not be a candidate for gov
ernor or any other office this year
said exState Banking Commissioner
Thomas B Love today
I do not contemplate at this time
ever being a candidate for office agan
but it would be foolish for a man to
commit himself to a statement that he
would never be a Candidate for office
again It is impossible to say what
OUR FIRST
SPRING SHOWING
New Waists New Skirts and J New Silks
Each day adds something new and our various
stocks are rapidly filling up with bright new
crisp spring styles which is really a treat to look
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The New Skirts New Waists
Are here in the very latest colors
weaves and models Diagonal surges
voiles and Panama in the softest tones of
greens blues tans grays and numerous
high colors also black and cream A
great variety of styles and designs are
being shown One especially pretty num
ber is made with the overskirt effect
and will undoubtedly be very popular the
coming season
Thee styles are really creations of
beauty aud must be seen to be apnrecia
ted They are made of dainty soft lin
gerie Wrench lawns batiste mulls and
vn mLp ker soft sheer material trim
mea lwtiCherrfettiest and imust durable
of edges and insertions There is one
model that deserves special mention It
is a tailored design with handsomely em
broidered collars cuffs and front plait
We invite you t j visit our waist shop this
week r
The New Silks are woven with an idea to service as well as ap
pearance this season and for this reason silk costumes are bound
to be more popular than ever Here are arfew of the leading weaves
24 inch Tussorah Pongee in the natural colors yard 6SC
27 inch Satin De Chine in the new shades of rose apricot plum amethest blues
pink and white yard SOc
Shantung Pongee the most popular of all new shades of blue green rose
tans brown etcv yard 1 OO
e Grand Leader
GROWS MONOTONOUS
Two More Ballotings Leave Senatorial
Deadlock Unchanged
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the future may develop but office
seeking is furtheiest from my
thoughts I am in business here and
expect to continue in it
Mr Love stated that there was no
foundation for the assumption that
the farewell banquet given him at
Austin constituted a Love boom for
governor He said that nothing oc
curred as a matter of fact which
could be construed as a boom for his
e ntering the race for governor
Mr Love repeated that he was in
business in Dallas now was a private
citizen positively had no idea of T tin
ning for governor and hadnt even
been boomed at the farewell ban
quet
RIVER BEDS NOT FOR SALE
Attorney General Disposes of Mineral
Claim Recently Filed
Austin Texas Feb 3 The river
beds of Texas are not for sale and
cannot be sold says the attorney gen
eral hence the gold claim recently
filed for a portion of tho Colorado bed
near Austin cannot be acquired
The attorney general in his opinion
states that the supreme court passed
upon the question in a case some
years ago where the parties sought to
purchase lands submerged by high
tide in Matagoida Bay and that it
had become a settled policy of the
state to reserve all submerged lands
and thathe sale of such lands is pro
hibittrtfby law
Agents for the famous 5A Horse
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A Letter From
Mr Brooks
Informs us that he L busy select
ing his spring lines He writes
that he is sure that his selection
will be second to none in the city
watch for further particulars in
Mondays paper
In the mean time don t forget
that we are after business RIGHT
NOW and if you need anything
in our line come and see us it
will pay you
Are You Tired
BOOTH BR
BROKE BOYSNECK
Horse Ran Away Throwing the Little
Fellow to Instant Death
Elgin Tecas Feb 3 While return
ing from school this evening Mr Will
Strauss little boys horse became
frightened ran away killing the boy
by breaking his neck
Herald want ads are result brlng
ers three lines three times 25c
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of eating inferior candies
Yes Then try some of the
delicious surprises in fine
confections from our store
Our bonbons chocolates
and homemade candies are
of the most creamery con
sistency absolutely pure
and of most delightful flavor
When you want to please
your wife sweetheart or
hostess present her with a
box of our confections
NOTES OF INTEREST
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Cyrus M Drake of Huntersyille
Minn was arrested in New York on a
charge of using the mails to defraud
The United States and Germany
have effected a settlement o f the tar
iff question
The house passed the agricultural
appropriation bill carrying 13j500
000
Stocks suffered serious declines in
Wall street Thursday
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