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THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD
Entered In the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondClass Mall Matter
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON SUNDAY EXCEPTED
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W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Proprietors
TELEPHONE 444
The Hamilton Boys You Know
SUBSCRIPTION 15 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 600
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any
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
THURSDAY MARCH 17 1910
1CS0 Duke de la Rochefoucaul noted
1 philosopher and critic died in
Paris Born there September
15 1613
1755 Pennsylvania assembly met in
special session to arrange for
cutting a load to Philadelphia
for the use of BraddocUs army
177C Evacuation of Boston by the
British
1777 Col John Bayard elected speak
er of the Maryland assembly
1800 British ship Queen Charlotte de
stroyed by an explosion off Leg
horn
183G Constitution of the Texas re
public adopted
1844 Rev Wm Tyler consecarted as
first bishop or the Roman Cath
olic diocese of Hartford Conn
1871 Robert Chambers a pioneer in
publishing popular literature for
the people died at St An
drews Scotland Born at Pee
bles Scotland July 10 1S02
1899 Queen Regent of Spain signed
a treaty of peace with the Unit
ed States
1909 Dr John Wm Jones known as
the historian of the Confed
eracy died at Columbus Ga
Born in Virginia Sept 18 183C
THEY ARE WATCHING US
The Herald would like to publish
just an even dozen opinions about the
best method of improving our resi
dence streets from people who have
given the mattersome thought Some
body in Palestine has the solution of
this problem thought out or has a
suggestion that will help to solve It
The Herald believes the work can be
done at a nominal cost to the city
and at the same time provide good
streets If you write us make your
suggestions brief and to the point for
it goes without saying that the
streets cannot be built of hot air
Palestine Herald
This paragraph from the Herald
was printed some time ago and has
been preserved to see what effect it
had upon Palestine citizens Thus far
contributions to the department of
theories of roadmaking are not in
evidence Not only Palestine but
many other cities might have been
gainers had a few practical men re
sponded to the invitation Austin
Statesman
Now brethren since your observe
that otherpeople have their eyes on
us you will certainly come across
and lets settle this question of bet
ter town streets There are practical
and economical ways to build these
streets ways that the city can afford
and some one here has the secret of
the ways and means We need the
streets We have been contending all
along that gravel and sand on the clay
would fix things up about right If
wo aie wrong and you have a better
plan to suggest lets have it
Get ready for the cleanup wagons
next Wednesday They will move
your trash free of all cost if placed in
convenient places
1 floyall and the intersecting streets
are being graded and improved With
a gravel and sand coating those
streets could be made the real thing
Today Is St Patrick Day and many
people have celebrated it by the wear
ing of the green It is an Irish day
and the Irish are about as good peo
ple ns the Lord ever made
Houston is getting Into the lime
light an a killing town Several hor
rible crimes have been committed
there in the past few weeks Local
selfgovernment seems to need atten
tion down that way
Another slow lain has been falling
during today and the soil is getting
the benefit If a cold spell does not
get us we will harvest a fruit and
truck crop this year that will seem
like old times in East Texas
The Herald stands ready at all
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times to help boost in any work that
means a better Palestine There is a
big future for this good old town but
it will take hustling and individual
and community efforts to get the re
sults
One of the beauties of things lies
in the very plain truth that this is a
free country and it follows that if
Governor Campbell did not find it con
venient or possible to go to the stock
show at Fort Worth he did not have
to go The big noise made over his
failure to be present is all out of
place The governor should be given
credit for knowing his business and
duty better than any other man on
earth
The Fort Worth StarTelegrams
horse show number printed yesterday
is a peach and is one of the prettiest
papers ever turned out in the south
The StarTelegram is a live wire
every day in the year and is one of
the prettiest papers in the country
Not only pretty but it is ably con
ducted and is a great asset for Foit
Worth and one that the business peo
ple thoroughly appreciate judging by
the patronage extended
The Board of Trade will hold a
regular meeting this evening and
some really important matters are to
be discussed some of them of actual
vital importance to the future of the
city Every man who is interested in
Palestine should be at the meeting
You brother cannot depend on your
neighbor or the other fellow to take
care of the public matters of your
town you owe it to your own best in
terest to help take care of public
matters
Waco goes right ahead on the Cot
ton Palace idea and is ready to be
gin active work The people of the
town took the stock in a very short
time and raised a fund sufficient to
guarantee a beautiful palace Pales
tine should be working right ahead on
the Fmit Palace idea and get tilings
in shape to start actual woik There
is need and room for a show of this
kind in this section recognized as the
very heait of the fruit and truck bolt
of the state We make the prediction
here and now that if Palestine does
not build such a palace and hold such
a show some other East Texas town
will
Notice to the Public
I have severed my connection with
the Anderson County Abstract com
pany and will henceforth conduct an
abstract business on my own account
I have had about fifteen years ex
perience as an abstracter and I prom
ise the public accurate reliable and
satisfactory work at reasonable prices
I am prepared to furnish abstracts
of title to any tract of land or town
lot in Anderson county and will ap
pieciate the continuation of the pa
Uonage of my old friends and new
ones promising the same courtesies
that have heretofore been extended
by me
The new business will be known
and operated under the firm name of
L W Meredith Abstract Company
and will he found in the County Treas
urers and District CleiKs offices at
the Court House
Orders for abstract work left with
any one in these offices or with Cone
Barrett in New Town will leceive
prompt attention
Very respectfully
L W Meiedith
314 Old 2tw
For Feverishness and Aching
Whether from MalarIous conditions
Colds or overheating try Hicks CAP
UDINE It reduces the fever and re
lieves the acting Its Liquid 10c
2Gc and 50 cents at Drug Stores
3500 Yard of Buff Orphingtons
Place your orders now for eggs 15
for 150 Call and see my birds 305
Palestine Ave Phone 3S0 W R
Crawford 22tf
Phone Johi Orroond for wood
KELLEY COPELAND
Horseshoeing and Horse Clipping
Conduct a firstclass blacksmith
shop with all kinds of repaiiing mod
ern tools and machinery All work
is guaranteed as the best
Shop opposite the Opera House
Alain street
BRUSHY
Brushy Creek Texas March
The merry song of the happy
EASTER OFFERINGS
Many New and Beautiful White and Colored Lingerie Dresses af 20 Per Cent
Less Than Their Value
SILK DRESSES AT U3 OFF
If in your former visit to our department
you have seen a lingerie or silk dress but same
was more than you wanted to pay you find
your opportunity now by coming early and
taking advantage of our Easter offering Re
member this is something out of the ordinary
to give such specials in discount before the
season is on
CREEK
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plow
hoy is extant in the land these days
and spring with all that the word im
plies is here beautiful flowers spring
ing from the earth on every hand
and the forest trees doning their fol
iage while the fruit tiees give every
indication of an abundant fruit crop
for the coming season Fanners are
manifesting commendable zeal in
their pieparation for the various
crops considerable corn has been
planted and the coming week will
see the hulk of the crop planted
Frankston has planted heavily In to
matoes and potatoes Tomato plants
weie quite an item about the time
that they begun to transplant Into the
cold frames Too many depended on
the other fellow for his plants but
the other fellow had barely enough
for Ills own use
Death visited our community last
Tuesday and took the beloved wife
of Mr A J Wylie She had been
sick for several days but no one con
sidered that theie was any danger A
very serious case of pneumonia set
in and did its dreaded work in a short
time Mrs Wylie was a woman of
such noble traits of character that
none could help but admire her
noble actions in all the trials of life
She met them all in a philosophical
way Mis Wylie was born near New
Yoik in llpndeison county Texas
January 21 1SC3 She was the daugh
ter of Chailes Hopper a citizen of
oonsideiable note in his day The
writer knew him as a soldier con
tending for the cause that was lost
For about one year be and the writer
weie associated as messmates and I
consider him as being one of the very
few pure men that I have known in a
long time Mrs Wylie was married
to Mr Wylie December 10 1S89 She
leaves her husband and five children
to iiiomii her untimely end She had
two childien by a foimer marriage
Mrs Lela Eliod and Mrs Alice Mil
ner both living at Poyner and of her
tlnee Wjlie children one the eldest
Mamie was mariied a short time ago
to Mr W It Join dan of this commu
nity Pearl an unmarried daughter
and a son Groyer areat home with
their father If her children can
only emulate her pure life tliey will
do well On Wednesday late in the
afternoon when her body was re
turned to mother earth in that beau
tiful spot that the good judgment of
the people of Poyner selected ior the
silent abode of the dead of his and
the surrounding country for tho com
ing years hundreds of sorrowing rela
tives and friends were present to
show how sadly they felt Mrs Wy
lie joined the Methodist church in
her early life and was identified with
it to the end The Rev Richie of La
Rue officiated at the burial All the
sympathy that the human heart is ca
llable of is extended by the writer to
the bereaed husband and children of
the departed commending them to
the care of Him who doeth all things
well looking foiward to the day when
the trumpet shall sound and all the
dead of earth and sea shall come
forth
During the electric storm that pre
vailed over this country on last Wed
nesday night tho telephone system at
Fiankston was damaged to a consid
erable extent but I think that they
are in ninniiig order again
The general health of the commu
nity is good there was a little biush
or Iagrippe but that has about disap
peared The weather has been entire
ly too pretty for any one to be sick
If a man approaches you these days
and gives you an unusually hearty
handshake and just holds on refus
ing to let go and is very solicitous
about your wife and children do not
bo deceived he does not give a hur
rah on a hillside about your family
or you either as to that matter he
is just a candidate thats all The
woods arc full of them
I should like very much to see
something fioin the old set of cones
pondents who weie no much in evi
dence in the eaily days of the Herald
I cannot think they nip all dead
Please for Aiild Lang Syne come
again
As events of note are rather shy I
will close for this time
WHY
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CURE
Figin
ECZEMA
Scientists are now agreed that the
eczema geims aie lodged not in the
outer skin or epidermis but in the
inner skin Hence a penetrating
liquid is leqniied not an outward salve
that clogs the pores
We lecommend to all eczema pa
tients the standard prescription Oil of
Wintergieen ascompounded in liquid
form known as D D D Piescription
A trial bottle of this D D D Prescrip
tion at only 25 cents will instantly le
lieve the itch We hae sold and lec
ommended this remedy for years and
know of wonderful cures from its use
We recommend it to our patrons
Bratton Drug Co Palestine Texas
SUITS
Many novelties have just arrived in gray
tan navy white serges white serges with
black stripes preens all the newest shades and
styles also silk coat > and separate white serge
coats These will be at 20 per cent less than
their actual value owing that they arrived late
and were refused They were offered to us at
this discount and vou iMiss Shopper shall
have this same benefit
OCJSyilLf n silk petticoats and house dresses will continue as
long as they last
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LADIES READY TWEAR STORE
288 OAK STP PALESTINE TEX
Next Door to Gas Office
Notice of Sale of Un
claimed Freight
Notice is hereby given that on Mon
day March 21st at 1000 oclock a
m at the freight depot of the Inter
national Great Northern Railroad
Company at Palestine Texas I will
sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash the following de
sciibed pioperty which is now on hand
unclaimed and lefused towit
300 sacks of corn chops of i00
pounds each shipped by the Cherokee
Mill Elevator Company from Chero
kee Oklahoma Feb 10th 1910 in C
N W car 7S502 consigned to ship
pers order notify Cage Grain Company
at Palestine Texas
S B Mobley
Agent for International Great North
ern Haihoad Company Thomas J
Freeman Receiver
Palestine Texas March loth 1010
315Ct
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Chamber
Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets
They do the work whenever you re
quire their aid These tablets change
weakness into strength listlessness
into energy gloominess into joyous
ness Their action is so gentle one
dont realize they have taken a purga
tive Sold by Biatton Drug Co
Dont think but come and see the
cleanest market in the city Every
thing In a sanitary condition Prompt
delivery to all parts or the city Old
Town Maiket J G Scarborough pio
piietor Phono 115 33111 in
Wo stiictly handle the best beef in
the city Old Town Market phone
145 3111 m
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COURT HOUSE NOTES
Deeds Recorded
W D Morehead and wife to Will
Freeman 550 conveys 20 acres of
the S G Wells survey
G W Underwood and wife to H
A Woodard 500 etc conveys one
half undivided interest in and to 81
410 acres or the Jas Madden survejr
J B McDonald and Susie McDon
ald to E P McDonald S00 conveys
10G S10 acres of the J B McDonaldi
survey
Will Freeman and wife to H A
Everett 750 conveys 20 acres of the
S G Wells survey
A C Green to W H Rodgers
13333 conveys north half or lot 2
block 33 Greens North Hill addition
Marriage License
E J Summers to Miss Elizabeth
C Bailey
Well I am back and ready for busi
ness I find there are other tuners in
the field but that is all right there Is
work enough for all and if I cant
get all the work I can do without run
ning down other tuners I just wont
get the work that is all I will get to
my old customers as soon as possible
It you are in a hurry just drop me a
card or phone 10S4 Would be glad
to taKe any new customers that want
me to do their work Satisfaction
guaranteed Yours for piano tuning
II M Jones Box 814 228tf
JUST RECEIVED 40 head of stall
fed cattle which are fine and fat
and those wanting the best beef in
the city can get it by phoning 145 the
Old Town Market 311lm
Phono 73 for eood wood
ANDERSON COUNTY ABSTRACT CO
HAS REMOVED
Out of the Court House into the BRICK
OFFICE Southwest corner of the Court
House Square The onliest abstract
company in tjwn
Bc F ROGERS Pres and SVlgr
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