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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, February 16, 1910, Image 8

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Buy Your Suit From Flanagan
For good wood phone 73
For wood see Johnny Ormond
Richardsons Wood Saw Phone 900
The wetness has produced much
The weatherman says rain or snow
tonight Oh you wood pile
Mound City Paints may cost a trifle
more hut Silllman Hdw Gro
Co ll2752t
The postmen are happy that St
Valentines stunt is over for this
Phone 10C3 for genuine Sealshipt
Oysters and Oysters in cans 3 dozen
in cans 35c 100 in cans 85c It
Spring street Convenient to the
shops Mrs Kraus 15St
Hunt up your blankets the weather
man sa s 15 to 25 tonight and that
is some cold
The Henry Davis Market on Avenue
A is now open for business The best
meat in town Telephone 1030 5tf
Phone 1003 for genuine Sealshipt
Oysters and Oysters in cans S dozen
in cans 35c 100 in cans S5c It
The biggest bargain you ever saw
is in Bonds Show Window sale Sat
urday February 19th 154t
Hair switches made to order by
Mrs Mollie Matthews 102 Church
street Phone No 502 14 3t
Phone 10C3 for genuine Sealshipt
Oysters and Oysters in caus 3 dozen
in cans 35c 100 in cans S5c It
The Henry Davis Market on Avenue
A is now open for business The best
meat in tpwn Telephone 1080 5tf
FOR RENT Furnished room for
gentleman at 415 South Sycamore
street G00 per month Call at the
above number lCOt
Train No 7 from the north due
last evening at S25 arrived at 240
this morning the delay being due to
bad connections
WANTED Position in grocery
store have had some experience
best of references Address Harvey
Cotton 714 Spring St City lCSt
This weather is going to give the
early amateur gardners a run for
their money Many have pens let
tuce radishes turnips etc up
Palestufe school children are very
busy now trying to win that Dilley
offer of 100 for the most attractive
and best kept school yaid It is a
pity there are not others who would
increase the purse to say 500 That
would make it moie interesting
The tea Feb IStli in the Chris
tian church pailors will be a pretty
and enjoyable affair Thirty gills in
Colonial Puritan and Japanese cos
tume will jooeive enteitain and
s > erve the guests Light refreshments
music Admission 25c From 330 to
3 p m 1 lrt
H E Burkes
Cabinet maker 10G Elm St
Especial attention give to
Mission Furniturne
Show cases barbers cabinets
picture framing drawer cases
mantles ice boxes etc Satis
faction given bpth in workman
ship and prices
Select Trade Solicited
Our Motto Strictly Cash One Price to Ail
Ladies9 Shiri Waists
Over One Thousand
of the latest and newest
styles in ladies shirt waists
at less than
of the Regular Price
Phono 40B Agents For Standard Patterns Froo Delivery
Of Centenary Methodist Church Held
This Afternoon at 1 Oclock
Rev Smith Here
The quarterly conference of the
Centenary Methodist church was held
at 1 oclock this afternoon in the law
office of Judge John M King witii
Presiding Elder Smith in the chair
and Rev Kilgore and other officers
of the church present The meeting
was held at this unusual hour to per
mit Rev Smith to leturn to his home
in Jacksonville on the afternoon train
The Mgular business of the church
was transacted and the following del
egates elected to the district confer
ence to he held In Billiard in May
Judge Jon M King John A Coates
E II Baker A W Elkins Alter
nates C W Cocking Wallace Nash
Lady Maccabees
Mar > V Reid Hive No 21 will hold
its tegular monthly meeting at K of
P hall tomorrow Thursday Feb 17
at 230 p in
Ella Dunlop
Corresponding Secretary
Potato Planters Uneasy
Potato planters are uneasy lest the
freeze tonight injuie the seed already
in the ground Many have planted
the past few dajs and a hard freeze
would undoubtedly make it necessary
to leplant in many places
Phone 10fi3 for genuine Sealshipt
Oysters and Oysters in cans 3 dozen
in cans 35c 100 in cans S5c It
Mrs H Bloch left this morning for
F G Edmiston of Crockett was
here this morning j
Glenn Littlejohn was a passenger
south tills morning h
County Attorney R M Johnson left
today for a business trip to Kosse
Mrs E h Norwood mother of Mrs
John Kelly went to Corsicana today
to visit relatives y
Mrs Willie Jameson Bay of Dallas
is the guest of her parents Dr and
Mrs W G Jameson
Mrs Jas St Clair who was the
guest of Mrs John Weir returned to
Marshall this morning f
Mrs Reed who visited the family
of Mrs C C Merriclc left for her
New York home today
R F Atkinson of Lovelady is the
guest of his relatives Mr and Mrs
J P Perry on John street
Mrs Robt Knowles of Oakwoods
returned to her home this morning
after a short visit to Mrs Jas Bowen
M C Mead of Alabama is here on
a visit to his parents Mr and Airs
ID C Mead on North Sycamore
sti eet
Mrs J L Edge of Bryan sister of
Mr W B Flanagan a guest at the
Flanagan homo went down to Elk
hart today
Herman Schmidt of the H Schmidt
Co firm has gone to St Louis and
Louisville to buy more buggies har
ness farm implements etc for his
Mrs Donio May Horton deputy or
ganizer of the Royal Neighbors is
here and met with the ladies last
night She is a guest of Mrs Cuson
John Cohen who has been with a Messrs George G Jones and Lyman
moving picture show in Fort Worth Hanes representing the Texas State
for some lime is here today the
guest of lelatives and will go to
Houston to locate
Miss Lou Booth of Houston nine
years witii Levy Bios Dry Goods com
l paiiy will take charge of the ladies
readytowear depaitment at the
Globe next week She is said to bo
an expert in this line
Joseph S Myers Is Here on an Inspec
tion Trip Looking Into the
State Labor Laws
State Labor Commissioner Joseph S
Myers ailived in the city this morn
ing on a tegular official tour of the
Mate looking into labor conditions
and seeing if the new state laws are
being observed Mr Mjors at this
particular time is giving special at
tention to the observance of the ash
pan and car shed laws and in some
places visited has found that the laws
are being ignored He will inspect
the plants Iieie and make a note of
conditions as he finds them While
here Mr Myers has been shown at
tention by Attorney J J Strickland a
former Austin acquaintance He will
leave for other points tonight
S3 A h
An Adver
Appeared in the Her
ald a few days ago for
a lost Postoffice Money
Order If it had been
a Bank Money Order
this would not have
been been necessary as
a duplicate could easily
have been obtained
Remember the Maine ceremonies
were held in Washington and Havana
The packers investigating commit
tee in Chicago examined some of the
big packeries x
The first days session of the
American League meeting proved un
Vice President Marsh of the New
York Cotton Exchange warns against
the abolition of trading in futures
A Little hoe TalK
Shoes are without dopbt the most important part
of ones dress and should be selected with great
care and under the guidance of a thoroughly ex
perienced and competent fitter The most im
portant factors to be considered are fit style and
durability but unfortunately it very often hap
pens that one fails to get one or more of these
necessary qualifications and either ruin their feet
or lose the price paid for theshpes from unsatis
factory wear
in Out New Spring Line the most
complete ever brought to Palestine we are show
ing the very newest and best of the shoe makers
art and are prepared to fit your feet as they
should be fitted and at the most modern prices
See our special window display of 200 and 250
sellers x They are Nifty1 in every sense
he Grand Leader
Fire Rating Board Has Representa
tives Here to Determine on In
surance Rates For City
Fire Rating Board are in the city
making an inspection of each business
building determining the efficiency of
the firefighting apparatus etc etc
with a view to fixing the insurance
rate for the city These gentlemen
will make a careful inspection of each
building and examine the exopsures
determine the liability of fires the
dangers risks etc and jhe rate will
be fixed when all these are taken into
This work is being done for arl tlte
towns of the state In some the rate
is being on an average lowered in
others the rate is being increased
In the latter places a howl is being
heard Fort Worth for instance
wlieie mass meetings have been heldr
resolutions passed etc demanding a
better rating
Palestine ought to stand the test
and get a comparatively low rate be
cause her business houses aie mostly
substantial properly wired in most
cases and the local fire department
has proven itself capable of taking
care of most fires that come its way
Phone 1011 for genuine Sealshipt
Oysters and Oysters in cans 3 dozen
in cans7 35c 100 in cans Slc It
11 you want good wood and want it
ulck phone 73 7tf
One of Tliose
Handsome Incan
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 qhimney and globe
built to our order in quantities that enable us to put them
out at factory prices namely SI60 per lamp Of course we
make no charge for installing them Call at our office see
one in action and learn howwe sell them and charge cost
to your account
Ask for our booklet History of Light It gives the his
tory of light from tne dark ages to the light described above
> e Gas Company
290 Oak Street Telephone 296
Big Special
Saturday at
Booth Bros
304 Main Street
John F Scott Sixth of Those Con
nected With Graft Cases In
Pennsylvania to Pie
Herald Special
Harrisburg Pa Feb 1G John P
Scott one of the most important wit
nesses in the recent Pennsylvania
capitol graft trials was found dead in
bed at his home early today Scott
was secretary of the grounds and
buildings committee during the con
struction o f the capitorr H Wu
the home of D Armspriester whera
he boarded The physician prono uncedJS
his death due to apoplexy TWk is
the sixth death of persons connectiect
with the famous graft cases
French Massacred
Paris Feb 15 A whole company
consisting of five French officers andlS
110 native soldiers has been massalsf
cred according to advices from tbeJfS
French headquarters at Dakar
Phone 10G3 for genuine Seals bJpt
Oyster and Oysters in cans 3 dozenjg
In cans 35c 100 in cans 85c rlfcj
Every Day
Something SpeciaL
Mens Furnishings
50 dozen Mens fine full seamless Sox blue grey tan red and
black a regular 15c grade Big 3 Sale pair 8c
25 dozen Mens Guyot style Suspenders full length and make
regular 35c grade Big 3 Sale pair 18c
30 dozen Neckwear consisting of fourin iands bows scarfs
Ascots and clubs Staffords regular 50c leaders Big 3 Sale 20c
50 dozen Mens real fine Lisle and Mercerized Sox plain colors
fancies and black Swaffords regular 35c grades Big 3 Sale 15c
Thousands upon thousands of Handkerchiefs in ail colors and
white at less than it cost to manufacture them Big 3 Sale
Prices 3c to l c
Mens Shoes
Several lots of Mens Shoes in all leathers lace and blucher
all bizes that sold at 200 and 225 Big 3 Sale 150
See this Shoe in vici kid box calf chrome calf and gun metal
all style toes in blucher and plain a unionmade Shoe worth
300 Big 3 Sale 248
Mens 300 Shoes in Big 3 Sale 238
Mens 350 Shoes in Big 3 Sale 298
Mens 400 Shoes in Big 3 Sale 338
Mens 500 Shoes in Big 3 Sale 398

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