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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, February 08, 1910, Image 6

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THE GLOBE
Our Motto Strictly Cash One Price to All
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SPECIAL
FOR
MONDAY TUESDAYAND
WEDNESDAY
lOO Dozen
Ladies fine embroidered
and lace handkerchiefs
worth twentyfive cents
On the above days we
will sell them at ONLY
Sets
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THE GLOBE
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LITTLE LOCAL FACTS
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Buy Your Suit From Flanagan
For good wood phone 73 7tf
For wood see Johnny Ormond
Richardsons Wood Saw Phone 900
This is ideal East Texas weather
Read Herald ads They are money
savers
The Henry Davis Market on Avenue j
A Is now open for business The best
meat in town Telephone1080 5tt
Uptodate sewing done reasonably
Call at No 2 May street or phone
892 S3t
FOR RENT 2 cottages Apply to
Mrs W P Savage 21G DeBard street
Phone 41S S3t
The Henry Davis Market on Avenue
A is now open for business The best
meat in town Telephone 10S0 5tt
FOR RENT 3 rooms furnished or
unfurnished No 9 Rainey street Mrs j
J A Biggs i 83t J
We can build you a nice suit In
three days when desired Michell
Donaghne the good tailors 2tf
The Henry Davis Market on Avenue
A is now open for business The best
meat In town Telephone 10S0 5tf
FOR SALE CHEAP Monthly in
stallments good secondhand upright
piano A big bargain H R Moore
Mound City Paints may cost a trifle
more but Silllman Hdw Gro
Co H2752t
i FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms one
block fiom depot iBath hot and cold
water 107 Magnolia Mrs Gilles
pie SCt
Born To Mr and Mrs A 1 Fire
baugh this morning at the home of
Mr and Mrs J M McMillan a daugh
ter
FOR RENT Comfortable 1 room
house and 15 acres ground peach
orchard northern part of city Ap
A D Alkire Elkhart Tex 8tf
an interesting affair Beautiful colo
You are especially invited to at ial gis wi receive Dainty refresh
tend the union service at the Presby
ments w be served by demurest of
terian church this evening A good Pliritan mlidens Fair maids fr0m
sermon and good music will interest Jaian w serve tea in a retieat Only
and entertain jou 2sc for this beautiful entertainment
The tea to be given Feb 18th in
the Christian church parlors will be
Notice
All Gas Bills MUST be
paid by the Fifteenth
of each month or ser
vice will be discontin
ued on the 20th of the
month
The Gas Co
Phone 296
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From 330 to 9 oclock p m
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I desire to announce that I have
opened another Cigar Store on Spring
stieet near Roynlls Bank This store
will be conducted by Mr John Cotton
who will take pleasure in having you
call and see him I will keep always
on hand one of the best and freshest
lines of cigars and tobaccos to be
found in Palestine and a fine and
complete line of books magazines
papeis and all current publications It
will be my desire to serve my fiiends
and customers to the best of my abil
ity in both my stands anil when jou
buy it at Smiths Cigar Stoics you
can rest assured that you are getting
the b st your money can buy The
new place will be open for business
tomonow Feb 9 Your patronage
will be appreciated Special atten
tion given to magazines for ladies
An > thing you may want deliveied to
jou Just phone 352
S2t Smiths Cigar Stores
The Henry Davis Market on Avenue
A is now open for business The best
meat in town Telephone 1080 5tf
Jai P Brook architect and
glneer Room 26 Link Building
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PURELY PERSONAL
W L Yarboiough went west today
Lewis Nance came in fiom the west
this morning J
Mrs E D Staggs left today for a
visit to Austin
1 Mis Albeit Trelford went to Tay
lor this morning
Attorney T B Greenwood came
home from Center today
J E Monk of Crockett was here
today on his way to Te ague
Miss Lena Bromberg of Crockett is
here a guest of Mrs Hyman Harrison
Mr and Mrs A C Opperman came
home this afternoon from Galveston
Mrs R E Williams and baby came
home from the west via the morning
train
L W Meredith and Mrs Meredith
came home today from a visit to
Tyler
Walter Lindsey kinsman of Mr W
L Yarboiongh was a visitor in the
city today
Yancey Jones now located in West
Texas and formerly a merchant here
is in the city
i
Judge J W Doremus of Bryan was
a visitor in the city this morning go
ing west on the 1040 train
L L Jester Tyler banker spent
last night in the city returning to his
home via the morning trajn <
Judge B H Gardner opened court
at Athens yesteiday District ttor
OUR FIRST
SPRING SHOWING
New Waists New Skirts and New SilRs
The New Skirts
Are here in the very latest colors
weaves and models Diagonal surges
voiles and Manama 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
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THE GARDEN OF DOLLARS
is generally reached via the
Gate of the CHECK BOOK
The best lesolution you could
make this beginning month of the
year is that to open a checking
account with this institution
Safety prompt courteous treat
ment and every facility known to
modern safe banking is assured
you here
First National Bank
TEXAS NEWS NOTES
Judge Roberts of Dallas rules that
preelection promises are binding
The postmaster at Oiange has re
signed his position to go into the
poultry and truck raising business
Senator H Bascom Thomas and
Lieut Gov Davidson met in joint
discussion at Victoria
The Mrs Fay Hurd Jones case was
called to trial in San Antonio Mon
day
A twelveyearold hoy was smother
ed by sand at Houston
The income from the operation of
Each day adds something nev and our various
stocksare rapidly filling rM with bright new
crisp spring styles which is really a treat to look
upon
New Waists
The styles are really creations of
beautyuud must be seen to be apnrecia
ted hey are made of dainty soft lin
geriFrench lawns batiste mulls and
varfc yjiherSafL heer material trim
mea tS the prettiest and must durable
of ddges and insertions There is one
modelthat 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
i
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 aJfew of the leading weaves
24 inch Tussorah Pongee in the natural colors 1 yard 6Sc
IK
27 inch Satin De Chine in the new shades of rose apricot plum amethest blues
pink and white yard 50c
Shantung Pongee the most popular of allynew shades of blue green rose
tans brown etc yard r i 100
U > e GrandMLeader
ney Tom Harris is also there
Mr and Mis A C Giddings have
leturned fiom Allen Texas where
Mr Giddings was called on account
of the death of a hi other
Engineer Bob Gibson who has been
holding down the MineolaTroup pas
senger run for the I G N hnd who
is succeeded bj Chas Reitch will go
to Hearne to take the HearneTaylor j
inn for the same load Other shifts j
will follow these but have not jet
been made public
Robeit Anderson has resigned his
position as a tiain dispatcher with the
I G X here and will go to San
Antonio wlieie be will engage in the
insmance business He is lelieved
heio by Mr Divis who comes fiom
the Illinois Central load Mr Ander
son is very populai lieie and he will
be missed bj a huge circle of fiiends
NOTES OF INTEREST
Wade Kills assistant United States
attorney geneial has resigned to take
cliaige of the Ohio republican cam
paign
Senator Heyburn opposed the loan
of government tents to the Confed
erate eteians reunion but the senate
voted in faoi of the loan
Evidence is shown that Col Tbos
H Swope took habitually a patent
medicine containing strychnine
Membois of the Paper Boaid Asso
ciation plead guilty to the chaigo of
being a tiust and paid a fine of 52
000
ltlchardsons Wood Saw Phone S00
railroads in Texas during the fiist
five months of the fiscal year shows
an incipase of 377 per cent
President Louderniilk of the Farm
ers Union will insist on a ieduction
in the late on cotton
The Bethlehem Steel company is
making lapid piogress in its chemical
analysis and topogiaphical survey of
Texas iron oie beds
The selection of a jury in the Maj
Dm ham case is in pi ogress at Hills
boio
SELECTING THE JURY
In the
Durham Case at Hillsboro
Four Men Qualify
Hillsboro Texas Feb 7 Both
sides have announced ready and op
posing counsel in the case are engaged
in the task of securing a juiy to tij
Maj T E Dm ham a state official
on the charge that in 1905 be killed a
convict called Athens by boating him
with a leather strap
When couit adjourned this after
noon at 345 oclock four jmois had
been accepted and a special venire of
fifty men exhausted Another special
enire of fiftj men was oidered the
other being returnable tomonow
morning at 1030 oclock
The jurois selected aie A J Wat
son W J Conway W R Uttlcy J R
Bud Wade All aie farmers
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATlVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets Druggists lefund money If it
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falls to cure E W
ure is on each box
GROVES signa
25 cents
LttJH
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One of Tiiose
Handsome Incan
descent Lightssss
Will Make Your Gas Yield Over Six Times More
Illumination Than You Can Get in Any Other
Way for the Same Honey
We prove this Never before have we put anything in the
way of an improved light that sold in the start like this one
It actually yields a volume of pure white light equal to 150
candles and lights with the pull of a chain no matches re
quired We have all the parts mantle chimney and globe
built to our order in quantities that enable us to put them
out at factory prices namely 8160 per lamp Of course we
make no charge for installing theml Call at our office see
one in action and learn how we sell them and charge cost
to your account
Ask for our booklet History of Light It gives the his
tory of light from the dark ages to the light described above
Uye Gas Company
290 Oak Street
PAPER TRUST CONFESSES
And Pays FiftyTwo Thousand Dot
lar Fine
New York Feb 7 Twentj six man
ufactuiing firms members df the
Paper Board Association Indicted by
the fedeial grand jurj in December
last as meriibers of an illegal combi
nation in restraint of trade took the
easiest legal issues todaj and entered
a plea of guilty as an association in
the United States circuit court Fines
of 2000 each 52000 in all were
imposed and in all except one case
HOR
Telephone 296
of eating inferior candies
Yes Then try some of the
delicious surprises in fine
confections from our store
Our bonbons chocolates
and homenvde candies are
of thu 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 oui confections
i
mum
weie paid in casftr Thn3 eilds t
second organization of paper m n
formed by John H Parks > vsa
The fiber and manila combine m p
a similar fate in the federal courts jj5
time M
some ago By pleading guilty as
corporations todaj individuals also In
dicted in the Paper Board Association
succeeded In having their Indictments
quashed t
The association had its headquar
ters in this city and has been in ex
istence for more than four years
Agents for the famous 5A Horse
Blankets H Srhmidt Co 7tt
> RETURNED
From st louis and Kansas city
where he spent two weeks
going through the
rOSm
Consisting of 65000000 of High
Grade Merchandise These goodsare
arriving daily and will be put on sale
Thursday Feb fOth
FOR FIFTEEN DAYS
WE WANT THE SERVICES
of 25 Experienced Salesmen and
Salesladies to help sell this
WONDERFUL PURCHASE
BE SURE AND COMEIT WILL BE TO
YOUR ADVANTAGE
Thursday Feb 10ilP
AT 900 A M
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