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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, March 22, 1910, Image 5

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HiWants Business and Legal
WANT ADS
Pf WANTED
pk WANTED A gentle family horse
lP l0 its eep for a snort tlme Wil1
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sLlg lnson Phone 57
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S VWANTED Perfectly gentle family
horse for lady to drive must not be
over 10 years old weight 1000
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SALESMAN AND COLLECTOR
WANTED For Anderson county by
the Singer Sewing Machine com
pany v24tf
WANTED Boarders by Tom
I P Stnart livery and feed stable east of
i court house Terms reasonable and
3f > the best of care guaranteed 23lm
FOR BENT
FOR RENT Two story
residence
y ilose in on South Sycamore street
jgQ Apply to Mrs S Stein 201 South Syc
mi
s amoro street 193t
TOR RENT Two connecting rooms
4or light houseekeping Apply No
12 DeBard street Mrs W P Sand
iln 176t
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FOR RENT Comfortable >
> lSfnouse and 15 acres
4 room
ground peach
orchard northern part of city Ap
I ply A D Alldre Elkhart Tex 8tf
sjVFOR RENT Eight room house
t4ft c9r5er Sycamore and Combination
8ewer water gas electric lights and
Justantaneous gas heater in bath
C freshlypapered and renovated Apply
ilV T Qooch 206 12 Main St 2tf
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tS Good soil for filler tobacco or truck
Mrs Laura Lee Phillips 2
fM treet
3fif FOR SALE A gas range in perfect
j orggt used a short time Residence
tlOJ agnolia Phone844 193t
Ijif FOR SALE Household goods at a
Ltisacrifice used G months Refrige
raW din
f r oak dresser oak rocker 4
4ftf lnE chairs center table gasoline
fei
itsjtostove oven arid 2 wood heaters
fe2307 Trinity street 19Ct
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FOR SALE
Laura
1126tf
vftfSFOR SALE OR E CHANGE My
S fTXtome No 11 Camden street Will
l seu or trade for small farm nearcity
IK Call on T M Britton No 11 Camden
street Palestlne 166t
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FOR SALE Modern four room cot
fjf tage with hall front and back porch
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fLot 60x135 Conveniently located two
sblocks from depoU Price 1S00
300 down and 10 per month with
accrued Interest Alfred Marschall
u 406N John street I 314tf
FISHERMEN Catch fish with the
> Wonderful JAPANESE fish halt at
tracts fish rods around Absolutely
guaranteed Price 25c sent by mail
1 f The Toka Co Houston Tex 24lm
FOR SALE Foy Miltons home
place Lot 100x140 feet 6 room
house all modern conveniences For
particulars phone 620 or see owner
TOR SALE Cheap one moving pic
ture machine See Henry Daven
port v 22tf
Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for
hatching 75c for 15 A E Volght
Cook St 912t
FOR SALE On secondhand bug
SY Apply No 1 Colorado street tf
Why will you compel your wife to
use that old wornout machine when
you can get an upto date Singer on
such easy terms that jou will hardl >
miss the money Ask mo about It
I will place one with you on trial
Satisfaction guaranteed T O Moore
City Salesman and Collector 18 Ct
LOOKI LOOKI LOOK LOOKI
FOR SALE OR JRADE
Come and see me when you need a
new Wagon or a new Buggy new Sur
rey new Delivery Wagon new Hack
new U S Mail Wagon new Laundry
Wagon new Milk Wagon new Vege
table Wagon new Landa new Pas
senger Wagonette new Furniture
Wagon new Ice Wagon new Float
jew Truck new Log Wagon having
ecently unloaded three cars ot WAG
ons and one car of BUGGIES of
which I have now ready to furnish
the trade on short notice and at
PRICES that will Interest YOU I
Ntant your business and some of your
Motfeyr It you will come and see me
I assure you I will get It
H L COOK
212 Main Street Phone 431
ANNOUNCEMENTS
The following announcements are
made on the authority of the gentle
mens names appearing and are all
subject to the action of the democratic
party
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For District Attorney
EARLE ADAMS JR
For Representative
Z BROUGHTON
JNO F NASH
J E ROSE
For County Judge
JNO F WATTS
O C FUNDERBURK reelection
second term
For Sheriff
LEE BOYD
W J PIERCE
For District Clerk
JNO R MOORE reelection secj
ond term
For County Clerk
J E BRITTON reelection sec
ond term
C O MILLER
For Tax Collector
CLAY COTTEN JR
A McREYNOLDS re election
T C SPENCER
For Tax Assessor
CHAS J GRAINGER
MATT MORTON
L J BERRYMAN
O B ROGERS
W M BROWN
HENRY GLENN
TAB SADLER
For Superintendent ot Public Instruc
tion
J G H BUCK
For Commissioner PrecinctNo 1
W G GORE
JNO E HOLMES
For Constable Precinct No 1
FESTUS ZACHARY
FRANK E DUBLIN
READ TOMKINS
JOHN T MIDDLETON
DICK H GUINN
W B McINNIS
JOE KENNEDY
For Justice ot the Peace Precinct No
l Office No 1
J B PHILLIPS reelection
For Justice of the Peace Precinct No
1 Office No 2
C C MORRIS
A N DEXTER reelection
STEVE CRIST
Notice
I have sold my stock of furniture
and accounts to Wyatt Mclnnls
Denby who will collect all accounts
due Wallace Furniture Co
13tf S L Wallace
Dr Notts Letter Arouses a Storm of
Protest Sticks Stoutly to State
ment Offers to Put Up Money to
Back His Opinion
In a recent issue of this paper Dr
Nott whose fame is a matter of na
tional recognition stated that there
was no cure for baldness An opinion
which is evidently not shared by all
otherwise the existence of numerous
concerns that advertise to cure bald
ness to put hair on a billiard ball
etc would be imperiled What Dr
Nott did state as reference to the is
sue containing his statements will
corroborate was that he had never
seen in all of the thousands of cases
which have passed under his notice
one instance where the disease of
baldness had been cured But he did
state as well that he cheerfully ad
mitted that there were remedies that
would restore gray hair to the color of
youth and that there were Hair Ton
ics which would encourage the growth
of hair cure dandruff and the ordi
nary diseases of the scnlp he refer
red particularly to QBan Hair Re
storer and QBan Hair Tonic Dr
Nott stated that he will give to any
charitable institution named 1000 on
receipt of any authentic proof showing
that hair has ever been put on a bald
head where the roots were dead
Since his last statement the druggists
have in general laid In a supply of
QBan Hair Restorer and Tonic Any
one who wants to win the 1000 that
the doctor offers may send a letter
to Q B Dept Memphis Tenn He
states and any druggist will Indorse
the statement to the effect if six bot
tles of QBan Hair Restorer falls In
a single instance to change gray hair
to a natural color that if the patient
has used six bottles and the result Is
not as claimed a letter written to
Dr Nott will bring back the money
expended and that it a six bottle lot
of the tonic dont increase the growth
and strength of the hair cleanse and
put the scalp in good condition
money will also be returned You
know your diuggist ask him
iotIey Drug Co recommends and
sells these preparations If you are
gray haired or your hair is commenc
ing to fade you can have the first full
size 50c bottle by sending 12c In post
age to the HessigEllis Dhg Co
Memphis Tenn
MOVEHENT OF TRAINS
Schedule State Railroad
Week days mixed train arrives
1220 p ni leaves 300 i m
Sundays passenger train arrives
1128 a in leaves 345 p m
HAVE FINAL PRACTICE
Annual Boat Race Between Crews of
Oxford and Cambridge Takes
Place Wednesday
Herald Special
London March 22 The annual
boat race from Mortlake to Putney be
tween the crews of Oxford and Cam
bridge universities will take place to
morrow and interest in the great
aquatic event is as keen as ever
the latest form of the contestants
foreshadows an interesting struggle
The crews are more evenly matched
in weight this year than usual Both
are strong and wiry with plenty of
experience and a good command of
watermanship
The makeup of the crews their
colleges and weights are as follows
Oxford M B Higgins Balliol
bow 159 12 K H Owen Wadham
171 12 E Majolier Christ Church
177 N Field Brasenose 187 D
MacKinnon Magdalen 183 A S
Garton Magdalen 194 P Fleming
Magdalen 170 12 R Bourne New
College stroke 153 A W Donkin
Magdalen coxswain 120
Cambridge G E Fairbarin Jesus
bow 1C5 R Davies St Catherines
10G 12 F E Heilyer First Trinity
1C8 C P Cooke Trinity Hall 182
E G Williams Third Trinity 1S3
J B rtosher First Trinity 198 R
LeBIanc Smith Third Trinity 177
12 H J S Shields Jesus stroke
Skinner Jesus coxswain
Ifi2
115
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Chqtnberlains Cough Remedy never
disappoints those who use it for ob
stinate coughs colds and irrtiatlous of
the throat and lungs It stands un
rivaled as a remedy for all throat
and lungt diseases Sold by Bratton
Drug Co
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets Druggists refund money if it
fails to cure E W GROVES signa
ture is on each box 25 cents
KELLEY COPELAND
Horseshoeing and Horse Clipping
Conduct a firstclass blacksmith
shop with all Kinds of repairing mod
ern tools and machinery All work
is guaranteed as the best
Shop opposite the Opera House
Main street
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Womens CI
THE DRAMA
lUbs of the Central West
Will Launbh the Drama League
In Chicago Tonight
Jlerald Specials
Chicago 1 March 22 Considerable
interest is tnanifested in widest cir
cles in the Drama League which
is to be lajunched tonight at acon
vention of delegates from about one
hundred and fifty clubs and womens
organizations throughout the Central
West Thecall for the convention
was issued by the Drama Club ot
Evanston and the meeting of the del
egates will be held at the First Con
gregational church of that subuib As
one of the leaders of the movement
stated it is the object of this meet
ing to bring together the representa
tives of the forces already working
for the improvement of the drama and
uniting them into an organization
which is to have for its purpose the
creation of ah enlightened playgoing
public throughout the United States
ORGANIZED CHARITIES
This organization will funsh food
clothing or other necessities of life
to the destitute of Palestine after in
vestigation of their needs
Report such cases to
Mrs E E Durham C02 Perry
street if In First Ward
Mrs W H Kingsbury 712 Murchl
son street If in Second Ward
Mrs Webb Wright Koistad street
it in Third Ward
Mrs S A Taylor 445 Reagan
street itsin Fourth Ward
Discarded clothing will be sent for
or received by Mrs Taylor or Mrs
Durham
The work Is supported by voluntary
contributions Send checks to Treas
urer Mr J M Fullinwider
C SILLIMAN President
a OEHLER Vice Pres
L D ANDERSON Vice Pres
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Lest Ybu Forget We
Say It Yet
And Then Again
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We are constantly adding new goods to our
stock May we not show you something in our
pretty line of Soaps Talcum Powders Toilet
Waters Pet fumes Dentifrices and other toilet
necessities
Out Prescription Department is Complete
Motley Dru Go
OF COURSE
Cor Main and N Sycamore
Both crews took final brief practice
spins this morning on the Thames and
Phone 117
Collars and Guffs That
Youll Like to Wear
Youll like to wear the collars
and cuffs we launder They are
given apure white color are
starched to ju3t the stiffness
that makes them hold their
shape yet be pliable are ironed
with a perfect domestic finish
and shaped just exactly as they
were designed to he by the
makers
Collars we have laundered all
have smooth velvetlike edges
S
MartinSteamLaundry
Put Your Duds In Our Suds
612 Spring St Phone No 2
HC Burkes
Cabinet maker 106 Elm St
Especial attention give to
Mission Furniturne
Show cases barbers cabinets
picture framing drawer cases
mantles ice boxes etc Satis
faction given both in workman
ship and prices
Seleot Trade Solicited
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Something of
Interest t
Why go to the trouble of mak
ing biscuits or corn bread when
it is cheaper to buy bread from
the
AMERICAN HOME BAKERY
F H EILENBERGER Prop
Telephone 234
Electrical Goods
Of every description Electric
motors generators sewing ma
chine motors fans electric heat
ing devics of every description
3 and 4 way switches With
these switches you dont have to
go up or down stairs in the dark
simply push the button thats
all Phone 998 and I will call
and show you
B B HOGUE
We have a good force of
cabinet men and can do
all kinds of cabinet and
carpenter work promptly
Wainrighl Lumber
Company
G H MOSS
Physician
and Surgeon
Office over Motley Drug Co
Ned B Morris
Harry IMyora
John M King
Robert B Unapard
orris
Attorneys at Law
First Nat Bank Bldg Phone 390
Will ao a general practice
In all the Courts
ANDREW A SPEEGtE
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
PAuESTINE TEXAS
Office Second Floor Brown
s1 Gardner Building
Will do a general practice with
out medication or the surgeons
+ knife Knife as last resort
Office phone 236 Rctldsnco
phono 4S4
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NEW SHOES AND
REBUItT SHOES
CHEAP FOR CASH
Also all kinds of shoemak
> ing and repairing I can
save you money on your
shoe bill See me 401
Main St Opposite Ked
wiues Restaurant
A DESSEt
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G R FOWtER
LAWYER
O Palestine Texas
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DR E B PARSONS
Office Over Brattons Soring Street
Drug Store
Office Phone 1916
Office Hours 10 to VI a m 2 to
p m After supper by ap
DOlflUlJI > >
DR C H HE3RICK
OPTICIAN
108 DeBard Street
Office Hours 8 to 10 a m after
noons 2 to 3 p m
R N BUSH
Real Estate Fire Insurance and Col
lecting Agency
All accounts entrusted to my care will
receive proiiipt attention Rentals
looked after Phone 91 Office No
206 t2 Main street
N G CARTER
Painter and Paper Hanger
Work guaranteed first class and done
properly Let mn estimate on
jour job
J A H THOMPSON
JEWELER
North Side Square Old Town
Rep tiring a Specialty Watche3 and
locks aud Jewelry Repaired
Best of Workmanship Guar
Tltopl
Palestine
SEWER SYSTEM
Office First National Banlr Building
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We
Earnestly
Solicit
Tho3e who are not cus
tomers of ours to send us
a trial bundle of laundry
That is all we ask for we
know we can please you
Our way of doing Laun
dry Word is uptodate
Give us a chance to
f prove this TO YOU
Belchers
Steam
Laundry
are many but there is no greater
than a nice carriage ride in Spring
time neither is there a nicer or bet
ter vehicle for pleasure riding than
any of the carriage styles shown at
Her Schmidt Companys It you
fancy a buggy runabout Stanhope
phaeton trap or surrey our kind
will give you the most satisfaction at
every point where real satisfaction is
requited
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Telephone 120
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THE JOYS OF SPRING
HERMAN SCHMIDT COMPANY
ThePalestine Real Es
tate and Investment
Association
Shares in this Association are
selling at par 50 each fully
paid up and nonassessable This
Association has been paying divi
dends for several years past
Loans are made on property See
Secretary for further particulars
A R Howard President
W C Kendall Secretary
Boyds
Market and Grocery
4 For the best fresh and
cured meats staple
and fancy groceries
y fruits nuts and can
dies
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> hone 463 509 lac Sf
TRANSFER LfNE
Quick Service and
Satisfactory Work
SPECIAL ATTEHTIOH 61VEH TO OVIH
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Telephone Number 2 84
SAM ROLLINS
Transfer Line
New Piano Truck just received
and your Piano moved with
out scratching
PHONES
Residence 457 Office 09
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THE
CENTRAL BARBER SHOP
Has added another chair au 1
In so doing we are better pr
pared to handle our trade Oi
> prices remain the same Hair
CutUng 25c Shaving 10i
Massaging a specialty Every
thing uptodate Shop in thi
Palestine National Bank Build
ing Five flrstcalss colored
barbers
SONNY AND JOHN
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