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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, March 08, 1910, Image 4

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HUNTING A WAY OUT
Here is a pathetic case John D
Rockefeller the head of the Standard
Oil company the man of many mil
lions grown old in the chase of
money and power suddenly discover
ing that there is something else in
life and now that the flow of money
Is greater than his genius can dispose
of comes pleading to the nation
that it help him find a way to restore
some of the thing that has ruined his
life back to the people We say it is
a pathetic case because it suggests
the picture of a man who has spent
his life getting something that he
finds after all is not what he wanted
and needed And the most pathetic
part of it Is that the congress and the
wise men of the day may help to find
a way to distribute this vast fortune
and may erect a palace of good and
charity and benevolence but the truth
remains that inside this castle with
its pretty walls of sacrifice are the
bleaching bones and grinning skulls
of those who have been crushed by
the monster system whose money
built the palace Competitors have
been crushed men have been driven
to suicide because they could not com
pete with this great trust other men
in hundreds have been driven like
slaves at underpay and all to amass
this vast fortune that now comes beg
ging Tor the privilege of getting back
to the people There should come a
great lesson from this example The
time to do charity is in the day of
strife and turmoil Let the neighbor
THE
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HE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD
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person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Herald
will be gladly corrected upon it being brought to attention of the publishers
TUESDAY MARCH 8 1910
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WEATHER FORECAST
1793 French National Convention
abolished imprisonment for
debt
1799 Simon Cameron for many years
a political leader in Pennsyl
vania born Died June 2G
1889
1801 British defeated the French at
battle of Aboukir Egypt
1822 Richard Malcolm Johnston the
author born in Hancock coun
ty Georgia Died Sept 23
1898
1837 The Portsmouth said to be
the first steam vessel built in
Massachusetts was launched at
Salem
1855 First steam fire engine exhibit
ed in Baltimore
1862 Three days battle at Pea
Ridge Ark ended in victory
for the Federals
1874 David Kalakaua was chosen as
king of Hawaii
1878 Henri Gustave Joly formed a
Liberal cabinet for the province
of Quebec
1907 South Dakota legislature pass
ed a bill prohibiting railroad
passes
live and recognize the laborer as be
ing worthy of7 his hire A full con
fession from Rockefeller opening his
secret mind of the world would be a
great tragedy and might be entitled
The Friendless Rich Man
How about the button campaign
Are you on yet
If every home owner would take a
personal interest in his or her home
premises and insist that the city take
care of the way places Palestine
would soon be the city beautiful
The fruit crop Is coming right
ahead and if something in the weath
er line does not happen we wHl get
our peaches and cream and peach cob
blers with much regularity this
spring and summer
While snowslides and avalanches
are the order out in the great north
west country here in sunny Texas
the peqple are picking violets sprout
ing young gardens and the more for
tunate are going fishing and getting
the fish
In just two days more March 10th
general cleanup day will be on hand
when every town in Texas is expected
to do a good job of spring cleaning
Palestine should get into the work In
earnest and make this old town the
spotless town for sure I
Anderson county through the ef
forts of the boys corn clubs is going
to make some corn growing records
this year that will surprise the na
tives and will prove conclusively that
this is a good corn country as well as
being adapted to most everything else
Jack Cudahy another son of the
rich has stepped into the limelight
via the butcher knife route But be
fore risking an opinion on his perform
ance we desire to know more of the
reasons that called for the carving
There are caseswhere it would have
been vastly to his credit
District Judge Seay of Dallas in
charging the grand jury which is to
Investigate the recent lynching In
that city said the men who engaged
in the lynching are guilty of three
crimes riot burglary and murder He
wants the grand jury to get busy
along these lines The judge empha
sizes the point that It is of no con
cern In this instance as to the guilt
of the negro lynched
Frank Putnam has resigned from
the staff of the Houston Chronicle
and becomes editor of the Southwest
ern Farmer ot Houston and will de
vote much of his time and all of his
splendid talent to boosting Texas
Putnam is an independent chap
knows a thing or two for sure and
never hesitates to say his lay when
and where he pleases Texas is for
tunate in getting Putnam to boost
through this farm journal It is like
ly however that he will take an oc
casional shy at state and national pol
itics When he does it is a safe bet
that he will say something worth
while
Rev Clavis Chappell of Fort Worth
a Methodist preacher has the correct
Idea In a sermon on The Home
he said
God Intends that the home shall be
the worlds school room for the edu
cation of the race Man In his Infancy
Is the most helpless and Ignorant of
all creatures For fiom six to twelve
years he Is made to depend solely up
on those who love him The world
with its traps and its pitfalls is all
shut out by the walls df the home
And there within the father and
mother have the Godgiven opportu
nity to make of their child what they
please Now every school must have
discipline or It goes to pieces The
home school needs it most of all An
archy is not born In the slums but
In the home The boy who disobeys
his parents will disobey his teach
ers Statistics show that three
fourths of those that have to be pun
ished In our public schools ot this
city come from homes of lax discipline
The outlaw at home will be an out
law at school The outlaw at school
will so far as he dares be an outlaw
in tho state
Colonel James H Lowry of the
Honey Grove Signal is coquetting
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Miss Evllootl
winds and says
His platform is a TurnTexa
affair that would give everybl
every concern a freev hand U
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Hard Worker For SeTvatidn Army
Founded by Father
Suffragists at Albairi
CHcrald SpcclaLV
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Albanrr Y Matchfiv
of woman suffrage are gathering here
In force in anticipation of the joint
hearing by the judiciary conmiittees
of the state senate and assembly to
morrow on the HillToombs iroposed
constitutional amendment TjH which
tho suffragistshope to gain access to
polling booths Both the SlJike Wo
man Suffrage Association iij which
Mrs O H P Belmont is acHely In
terested and the Equal Franchise So
ciety of which Mrs Clarence lackay
is president will be represented at
the hearing by large delegations
Miss Eva Booth daughter of Gen
eral William Booth has beei one of
the chief assistants ot her ather in
the arduous task of directin the af
fairs of the big iuternatlonalfrellgious
organization
with Fort Moultrie Cunyus the po
litical Colossus of Collint id Com
merce The Signal says
Candidate Cunyus do yiur own
pronouncing opened hiscanvlaign for
governor at Cooper Saturday The
Signal stakes its reputatior as an
election forecaster on thepediction
that Mr Cunyus will not be elected
and yet it is already convinced that
the McKinney candidate wl con
tribute largely to the gaiety of the
campaign if he remains on tin track
till the home stretch He is a free
lance of the purest ray and either
through lack of judgment on lonesty
of purpose throws discretiont to the
what he wits to
i
Loose
y and
takes
the position that trusts arr good
things and that it is a mistaken pol
icy to fight them or hold tlfem in
check Like all freelances r Cun
yus is interesting and it nay turn
out that his vote will be one of the
surprises of the campaign
GalvestonDallas News office 318
Spring street W P Welbota agent
Phono 283
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And
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shipment of new
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If
We have recefved a
shoes
consisting of croa1 strap
pumps button aj d ox
fords welt or turn soles
Society and Sockty Star
brands shoes that equal
any shoe made to retail
at 400Our
price only 3 SO
Two strap pum > s made
of patent and wo th 300
special at
only > 250
Patent oxford nth dull
kid top welt soleand the
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offered at 235
Give our shoe depart
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P SWatch for or open
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N
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of the Anderson County Boys Corn
Pliih fnipw
1 The club officers shall be elect
ed annually on the second Saturday
In January
2 All boys between 7 and 20 years
shall be eligible to become members
of this club
3 This club shall endeavor to es
tablish a number of auxiliary clubs
all over the dounty so as to get very
near every boy
4 The rules and requirements of
the Board of Trade shall govern the
awarding of prizes x
5 In all contests for prizes the
crops grown are limited to those
raised without irrigation so as to
give a square deal to the boys with
out artlfical help
C The meetings of the club shall
be announced by the president
The following are the mles and
regulations for the awarding of prem
iums by the Palestine Board of Trade
to the Anderson County Boys Corn
Club
1 Two disinterested paities are to
measure accurately the one acre of
corn To determine the number ot
bushels ontthe acre take three aver
age rows and weigh same in the
shuck estimating seventytwo pounds
to tho bushel
2 Make certificate of number of
bushels and file same with the secre
tary of the Board of Trade on or be
fore the 10th day of October 1910
3 Each member of the club con
testing for prize is required to make a
written report before any premiums
are delivered to the secietary of the
Board of Trade Said report is to
show preparation of soil date of plant
ing number of cultivations quantity
of domestic fertilizer and commercial
used and cost of each and all cost
of glowing the crop
1 Following rules will govern the
awarding of premiums a Greatest
yield per acre 30 per cent b best
ten oars exhibited 15 per cent c
best written account showing cost of
production 25 per cent d best
showing of profit 30 per cent
G Each contestant to exhibit ten
ears of corn fiom hisacie showing the
most perfect ears
Special on Apples
The finest of cooking apples at 40c
a peclc at my store for the next few
days Wm II Smith the oiiginal
fruit man S tf
Central League Meeting
Herald Special
Dayton O March 8 7WIU1 Presi
dent Carson in the chair the magnates
of tho Central League assembled here
today to adopt a schedule and com
plete all other arrangements for what
A
288 OAK STR PALESTINE TEX
More Special Arrivals
Handsome white lingerie dresses Select
gowns and beautiful suits
V J >
An all wool chiffon pan
ama skirt just as cut
and of spring and sum
mer weights in black
only worth 750 on
above days 595
RULESANDREGULATIONS
Of the Boys Corn Club and Also
Those of the Awarding of
Premiums
The main points of the constitution
These will be displayed in addition to
our successful offerings of the two
specials below which we will
continue all next week
2Blg Specials 2
SKIRTS PETTI CO A TS
Our Guaranteed silk petticoats
with 9in silk dust ruffle and wide in all
colors especially priced 5O0
> e MODEL
Ladies Ready to Wear Store
is generally expected to be the most
successful season in the history ot the
organization Statements made by
the various club representatives indi
cated a general feeling of optimism all
along the line Harmony among offi
cials and players improved grounds
and increased seating capacities and
teams more evenly balanced to all
appearances than in former years are
the factors that are believed to in
j5in > sililrlily profitable season and an
interesting pennant race According
to the tentative schedule drawn up
the season will open with South
Bend playing at Zanesville Grand
Rapids at Wheeling Fort Wayne at
Terre Haute and Dayton at Evans
ville
FIGIAL IS HERE
Vice President A Volney Foster of
the Local Gas Plant Spent
Yesterday Here
Vice President A Volney Foster of
the local gas company spent yester
day here coming from his Chicago
home and being en roue to Mexico
Mr Foster visits Palestine some two
or three times a year and is getting
to be home folks with many of our
people He is pleased with his invest
ment here and always has a good
word for the town Mr Foster has
confidence in the futuie of this sec
tion and expects to see the farming
industry in time make this a most
prosperous country While here Mr
Foster was the guest of Manager
Kneis of the gas company and Dr
and Mrs J C Silliman
Special on Apples
The finest of cooking apples at 40c
a peck at my store for the next few
days Wm H Smith the original
fruit man 8tf
See our special 2500 new spring
suitings made up in any style you
prefer Mlchell Donaghue the Good
Tailors 9tf
Richardsons Wood Saw Phone 900
y 4 JZSS 0SI
WORK TRAIN AND GREW
Put on the State Railroad to Improve I
and Repair the Property Work
Is Needed
A work train and crew has beenput t
to work ontthe State Railroad rqfep
this city to Rusk and j5bSi < rneede re
pairs and reconstructing is to be done
The old part of the road nearest
Rusk is said to need work badly nS
the rest of the road needs some re
pairing as all new roads do hefore
they settle down There have been
rumors as to the final disposition oL
the road one of the most interesting
that it was to be turned into an elec
trie line It seems to be the general
impression that the state will get rid
ot it
To Reveal Secrets
s Herald SpedaLl
Council Bluffs la March 8 Ac
cording to reports now in circulation
the trial of John C Maybray in the
United States district court here will
bring to light the whole Inside story
of the alleged swindle syndicate
and lay bare to the world the innex
workings of a conspiracy by which
more than a hundred victims were
fleeced out of a total sum of mondy
estimated at nearly 1000000 The
jury for the case has already been
drawn and the trial is set to begin day
after tomorrow It is said that sev
eral men who acted as steerers for
the alleged swindle syndicate and who
were among the eightyfour indicted
with Maybray by the federal grand
jury here last fall will turn states
evidence at the trial and reveal the
methods of the gang
The Henry Davls Market on Avenue 1
i Is now open for business The best i
meat in town Telephone 10S0 fet l
Knlght3 of the Maccabees will meet
every second and fourth Saturday
nlulits In each month 827tf
Phone John Ormond for woou
ANDERSON COUNTY ABSTRGT GO
HAS REMOVED
Out of the Court House into the BRICK
OFFICE Southwest corner of the Court
House Square The onliest abstract
company in tjwn
B F ROGERS Pres and IWgr

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