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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, May 02, 1910, Image 2

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DR RANKIN OF DALLAS DE
CLARES IN FAVOR OF THE
SMITH COUNTY MAN FOR GOV
ERNOR AND GIVES REASONS
Dallas Texas April 30 Dr G C
Rankin today declared himself in
favor of Hon Cone Johnson as a can
didate for the democratic nomination
lor governor Dr Rankin has hereto
fore expressed personal preference for
Hon William Poindexter but now
says he has become convinced that
Johnson is the stronger candidate of
the two His personal announcement
of his new attitude is contained in
the following prepared statement for
the press given out today
For more than two months a great
many people fromx all over the state
have been writing me urgently to de
clare my choice for governor in the
present campaign but for reasons sat
isfactory to myself I have purposely
and studiously refrained from such
declaration until now In the first
place I have not been so presump
tious as to even imagine that the an
nouncement of my choice as between
Judge William Poindexter and Hon
Cone Johnson would to any consid
erable extent go very far toward the
solution of the complex and delicate
problem confronting us Men fo the
most part are doing their own think
ing and the influence of any one man
set of men is a limited asset In
econd place I am aware of the
iat it matters not which one of
Candidates I might select it
y give satisfaction to his
admirers and at the same
ge the other candidate
l lnlBWis availabllft y and strength
in
the contest
I have not been and am not now
10 Cents a Button
100 a Rip
Q Dutchess Trousers are
worn with Prince Albert
or Cutaway Frock Coat
Theyarein good taste and
good style for every oc
casion The best medium
priced trousers and every
pair sold under a money
warranty
WB
Flana
gan
Tha Landing Clothlar
after the mere success of the man
but the cause Until thepresent I
have not been prepared to judge be
tween them and to jside with the one
whose chances in my opinion are
the inost fafovabls to success
Even now I may be mistaken but
the matter will not be postponed long
er I have heard from our workers
generally throughout the state and to
my mind the time has come for de
cision
In the second place I wanted to
wait until we had exhausted all the
efforts of which we are capable to
prevail upon one of these candidates
to retire from the field in the interest
of the other to get one or the other
of them to sacrifice his ambition for
the good cause or if possible to get
both of them to withdraw in favor of
some one else upon whom we could
concentrate the bulk of our forces
But both these alternatives have
failed so far and the two candidates
are still in the field with their rela
tion becoming more intense and acute
Therefore there is nothing left for me
to do but to choose between them and
make the most of it And since a
great many people have expressed
their wish for me to make my choice
known why if it is any service or
gratification to them I will proceed
to do it
In doing so I have not taken the
AntiSaloon League into my confi
dence That is not a partisan organi
zation and it has no specific place in
partisan much less factional politics
It operates upon a broader plane
Neither do I in making this an
nouncement pose as dictator to my
fellowworkers I am only one man
profoundly interested in prohibition I
have fought for it for thirtyodd long
100 dozen Ladles full bleached Vests
full taped neck and sleeve regular 10c
quality special for Saturday Monday
and Tuesday at only each < c
50 dozen heavy Huck Towels not the
nail light weight quality but a
T BIG heavy quality
10c
20 pieces Heavy Toweling just the
quality for hard service 12 l2c value
our special price only per yard 7c
100 pieces Apron Check Ginghams
assorted size check these Ginghams
are hard to buy on todays market to
sell at 7c we contracted for these
about a year ago and make the spec
ial price for Saturday Monday and
Tuesday at only per 12c
SCHOOLMATES MARRY ATTHE
AGE OF SEVENTYFIVE THE
FOURTH VENTURE FOR BFJIIDE
GROOM THIRD FOR BRIDE
Things
on
Display
c
Bratton Drug Co Palestlno Texjis
will sell you HemRoid and later re
turn your money if it fails
We have sold HemKoid that Way
for two or three years and refunds
asked have been less than 3 per ce > nt
We therefore recommend it with con
fidence
HemRoid Is an Internal remedy
prescription of Dr J S Leonhardt
Station B Buffalo N Y
booklet
Tafts Busy Day
Herald Special
Pittsburg Pa May 2 Presid tint
JTaft began a busy day this morn Ing
by attending the Founders Day ct
A
Herald Special
Braintree Mass May 2 In Jthe
presence of a large number of their
friends exRepresentative Fred I
son of Brockton Mass and
Emily J Cole were married todaj
the home of the bride in this cltyl
the Rev Daniel W Waldron chapf
of the Massachusetts house of reire
E
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ipfuu
sentatives Both Mr Hanson and his
bride were born May 2 1S35 and etaLsety and was attended byjnany pio
brated their birthday by becoming
married They had been schoolmates
more than sixty years ago when thair
families lived in Weymouth BUh
are still healthy and vigorous The
marriage of today is Mr Hansons
fourth and his brides third Bjth
are prominent in Grand Army
Mr Hanson having served in the
war and both his brides former
bands having been members of Bie
Grand Army j
jj j
of
circus
Benefit For Young Corbett
Herald Special
New York May 2 Followers
cises at the Carnegie Institute With
the president were Secretary of State
Knox and Count von Bernstorff the
German ambassador At the conclu
sion of the exercises the distinguished
visitors inspected the institutes an
nual international exhibitionof paint
ings This afternoon the president was
scheduled to attend the National
League baseball game and this evi
ning he is to be theguest of honopat
the annual bannriet of the Aro ricus
Club Immediately after thebanquet
the piesidenrand the Genifan ambas
sador arefo leave for Cincinnati
where tney will attefia the opening
of tlwMay MusicFestival tomorrow
evening
Anniversary of Historic Event
Herald Special
Champoeg Ore May 2 The sixty
seventh anniversary of the Champoeg
convention which met on May 2 1S43
and established the first civil govern
ment in American territory west of
the Rocky mountains was celebrated
here today with interesting exercises
The celebration was held under the
auspices of the Oregon Historical So
neers from all over the Willamette
valley P H DArcy of Salem pre
sided over the exercises and Willis
S Duniway delivered the principal
address Among the participants was
F X Matthieu the only living sur
vivor of the Champoeg convention
Cincinnati Postoffice Jubilee
Herald Special
Cincinnati O May 2 The seven
hundred employes of the Cincinnati
postoffice headebjsby Postmaster Capt
Monfort held a reception at the post
office today to celebrate the silver
jubilee of the present government
1 EXTRAORDINARY
Price Reductions
For Saturday Monday andTuesday
day
yard
Yours Very Truly
Hodges Dry Goods
years and I am willing to do anything
or to make any sacrifice in its behalf
This is the only motive that prompts
me to take any sort of public part in
this political campaign There is
nothing selfish in my action My de
votion to this cause has not been for
gain or personal aggrandizement The
only permanent asset that I have got
ten out of it is the good that I have
done and a conscience void of any
trace of offense
Therefore it any of my fellow
workers with whom I have labored
thus have it in their heart to follow
my example in my choice for gover
nor good and well That is their busi
ness not mine If they choose to do
otherwise I certainly have no quarrel
with them neither will I become in
volved in wrangles with them I can
quarrel and fight to the bitter end
with an enemy but not with a friend
However much I may differ from a
friend I want my personal relation to
ward him to remain pleasant and un
changed There will come a time
when our differences of judgment
will settle themselves and then we
will come together in our common
cause to again take up a united fight
against a common foe
With these remarks permit me to
say that I will henceforth give my
support to Hon Cone Johnson but
this does not mean that I will esteem
Judge Poindexter personally any the
less Ho and myself are friends But
It is the consensus of opinion among
the majority of our active and lead
ing workers that Ills position on statu
tory prohibition is wellnigh fatal to
our cause Personally I do not think
so but as there is a djvislon of senti
ment on the subject I am willing to
sink my own judgment in the matter
Continued on Pago 5
pugilism in the metropolis are lot k
ing forward to a gala night tonight
when presentday champions apd
champions of a decade ago are
don the mitts at the Fairmount A
ietic Club in friendly bouts in aid
Young Corbett the former light
weight champion who as the sayi ig
goes is very much down on his luck
James J Corbett Tom Sharkey jjoe
Gans Terry McGovern and jnaay
other oldtimers have volunteer 3d
their services Many well known
theatrical stars are also helping to
make the testimonial the biggest
thing of its kind that has ever taken
place in New York The proceeds of
the benefit are to be placed in trust
to provide a weekly allowance
Young Corbett
TORTURES OF PILES
Write
lor
It Is Unnecessary to Suffer This Tjer
rible Trouble
Keen torture is the everyday lot
the sufferer from piles
And yet that suffering is needlejss
of
heU
for large bottle Dr Leonhardt Do
for
can ny thls today and sell Itat lOc
anjBiake any money on It this has
jusqleen delivered us on old contract
and Jor Saturday Monday and Tues
pirr price wTlT be only per
7 34c
50 pi ces Figured Dress Lawns fast
colon new patterns regular 5c qual
ity special f6r Saturday Monday and
Tuesi ay only 10 yards for 39c
Company
building which was moved to its pres
ent location twentyfive years ago to
day In the evening the employes will
have a banquet at the Grand Hotel
CATARRH
Quickly Cured By a Pleasant Germ
Killing Antiseptic
The little Hyomel pronounced
Highome inhaler is made of haid
rubber and can easily be carried in
packet or purse It will last a life
time
Into this inhaler you pour a few
drops of magical Hyomei
This is absorbed by the antiseptic
gauze within and now you are ready
to breathe it in over the germ infested
membrane wheie it will speedily be
gin its work of killing catarrhal
germs Hyomei is made of Australian
eucalyptol combined with other anti
septics and is very pleasant to
breathe
It is guaranteed to cure catarrh
bronchitis sore throat croup coughs
and colds or money back It cleans
out a stuffed up head in two minutes
Sold by diuggists everywhere and
by Bratton Drug Co Complete outfit
including inhaler and one bottle of
Hyomei 100 And remember that
extra bottles if afterwards needed
cost only GOc Send for free booklet
and sample bottle of Hyomei Booths
Hyomei Co Buffalo N Y Adv
MIONA
Cures Indigestion
It relieves stomach misery sour stom
ach belching and cures all stomach dis
ease or money back Large box of tab
ta 50 cents Druggists m all towns
r
hogmny
We have recently added a
complete line of Mahogany
bed room furniture to our
stock and would be glad if
you would visit our store
and see how the prices will
surprise you No higher
in price than Oak The
stock is complete from the
dainty little Princess Dress
ers to the Massive Dresser
with a 40x40 glass
Dohhs Furniture Co
At the A H Bailey Old Stand
Spring Time is Here
Send us your winter clothes and let us cleai
them up in good shape so they wilL be pe
fectly sanitaryto put way If your sprij
clothes are not in good shape just
and we will ruu them throjj
Dry Cleaner and steanj
turn them to you in
Cor Oak an <
m spsmiJi
sbirw
The Furniture Man
518 Spring Street
y
Before buying I have complete Line of Furniture
Mattings Rugs Cook Stoves Lawn and Porch
Swings Refrigerators Cots and Buy Sell and Ex
change new furniture for old Buy now pay later
Phone 78
Notice to the Public
I will again have the distribution of the ice from the Palestine Electric ani
Ice Company this year and take this method of thanking my patrons who1
so liberally patronized me last season and beg to inform them that I will
be better prepared to give you service than ever before My wagons will
go all over the city and 1 trust that I will have the business of my old
customers this summer as well as all the new ones who want the best ice
and best service
Again thanking my many old patrons and all the new ones I promise good
service prompt polite attention and guarantee good service
Yours Truly
JOHN ORMAND
Phone 264
Phono 264
ACHINERY
Should you need Cotton Ginning Cane Grinding Saw Mill or other
Machinery or repairs for same it matters not by whom made Dilleys
can save you time trouble or money perhaps all if you will consult
them You are desirious of building up Anderson County give proof of
it by first giving home factories employing home labor an opportunity
to serve you and then all things being equal give them the preference
Call on or Addratl
Geo M Dilley l J n
Falaatinn Tazai
Jim Redwine Co
Plumbing ana Tinning
All kinds of repair tin and sheet iron work Stoves
repaired and set up and flues cleaned out Give us
your work and have it done right
Shop Corner of Oak and John Streets
HERALD WANT ADS BBING RESUL

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