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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, May 03, 1910, Image 6

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FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES
The Herald is authorized to an
nounce the following as candidates
for school trustees of the independent
school district of the city of Pales
tine election Saturday May 7
C A STERNE reelection
LEO DAVIDSON reelection
W M HAMILTON reelection
PURELY PERSONAL
today to attend the dental
tlonG
G O Wood in the I G N ser
vice looking after the telegraph
wires etc went to Trinity today
W B Rogers who attended the
meeting of the East Texas Presbytery
in Beaumont came home this after
noon
Dr J H Grant is among the Pales
tine dentists visiting in Houston this
week and attending the state dental
convention
Prof Scholl of the A M College
and State Inspector of Nurseries Sam
H Dixon who were here yesterday
giving spraying demonstrations etc
went to Crockett via the morning
train
Mr and Mrs P L VanHoten have
lately arrived here from the north
and are now located and are well
pleased with Palestine They are
making their home at the Reagan
home west of the city
Misses Leta Nettie and Mary Davis
returned yesterday from Riverside
where they have been visiting rela
tives the past few days They were Austin Texas May 2 Receiver T
accompanied home by their grandtj Freeman of the International and
Mrs Elder who has been at Great Northern was here today and
V V
E L Howell was up from Tucker
this morning
Mrs J R Murdock and family left
today for Houston
jCni Eugene Fore went to Houston
to tisit friends a few days
s
assocla
An Incipient Fire
Yesterday afternoon at 330 the fire
department was called to the Pales
tine Hotel oppos Ite the freight depot
because of smoke seen issuing from I A Stedman and J
the floor in a lavatory The flooring
was ripped up and a small fire under
the floor was extinguished with a
bucket of water But slight damage
Railroad Officials Return
Private car 111 of the I G N
came up from the south this after
noon having aboard some of the of
ficials of the road
Car load of buggies and surries
1910 styles just set up at II Schmidt
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THE GLO
Our Motto Strictly Cash One Price to All
Extra Special AH
This Week
Big Bargains
Injladies muslin underwear white shirt waists
gowns and underskirts all nice clean goods at
ONE HALF
of the regular price
THE GLOBE
seen A look at them will coml
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Phono 4OB Agonts For Standard Patterns Froo Delivery
City
2
MISERY VAT IS FULL
Bastile Has Full
Transgressors
drunks are among the musical
bers and a few other minor offeSses
make up the tableaus The cityc ourt
will get at a house cleaning tomorrow
morning and the situation wiUiabe
somewhat relieved no doubt jfoJIow
ing the session ilillR
PUBLIC CUPS ARE DISCARDeK
Did it ever occur to you that
out and that idea is worthy
first
M Npw it is A Htestvsdai
to the creditors stockholders and own
ers of the road and no progress had
been made
The Austin Dam and Suburban is
considering the question of operating
motor cars from Austin to the dam
site
Herald wpnt ads pay
3F
Palestines city jail Is a goodplace
right at this time tor the cenlus tak
ers to get busy for today the misery
plant is full and needing room > There
are no real bad actors ambrig the
cast but it isa general collecti5nof
cutups Quite a number of wicy
Aum
Rule of Oklahoma Board of HealtKfl n
Effect on Trains
Tulsa Okla May 2 TravelerdMg
Oklahoma had to provide themselves
with individual drinking cupsSuM
as a result of an order promulgated
some weeks by Dr J C Mahrssu
ago
perintendent of the state boardStof
health Many of those who fallejJLto
do so borrowed from those whornaa
supplied themselves On allffr sl
and at the depots the railroj
panies faithfully
No drinking cup is furnisjiedroWmg
to the rule of the state boardjot
health Jltfl
Train boys reaped a harvesfcjsev
collapsible affairs made either
ffcomf
posted thej
are cheap too for the price begins at
Ask to see those wash shirt waisllblouses aptly
called the Bosn Blouse JSlthe girls and
young ladies at BScB
v FREEMAN AT AUSTIN
He Is Named President of Austin Dam
and Suburban Railway
attended the annual meeting of the
board of directors of the Austin Dam
and Suburban Railway
The following officers were elected
T J Freeman president P J Law
less vice president and treasurer N
E Lucy directors
Judge Freeman called on the rail
load commission When asked about
when the winding up of the receiver
ship would take place Judge Freeman
said the matter was now up squarely
DONT
L 0 Si
Your SVioney
Through those many little leaks that
could be stopped with a checking ac
count
Start a checking account with us to
pay have us keep your funds safe
from careless spending theft fire loss
etcThe
The checking account costs you noth
ing and is a convenience and real busi
ness need of today
First National Bank
Palestine Texas
ELI BOX KILLED
Trouble Near Nacogdoches Yesterday
Resulted In One Death
Nacogdoches Texas May 2 T S
Treadaway and three other white
men are tonight in the county jail
the former charged with shooting and
killing his fatherinlaw Eli Box and
the three as accomplices The trou
occurred just about noon and took
5 > e GrandSeader
The House of New TKmgsIS
cardboard or metal and in theof place on Boxs farm which joins the
one Katy train some one left afprfper railroad right of way Treadaway be
drinking vessel that serve d fojgfrtany ing foreman of the
during the day
getting around the public ° rdljjwas doublebarrel shotgun was the weapon
when the passengers yanked pffHtie
cover of the water tank and iuft it
to drink from Wife
Rock Island passenger tratriSafrere
equipped with paraffine cups supplied
from a penny in the slot machinesand
after once being used they weretdast
aside Although the boards order ap
plies to hotels and other publlc > pla es
it Is not obs > eived in many of ttie
Machinists Walk Out jL
St Louis Mo May 2 Machinists
of the Missouri Pacific railroa djjwho
struck this
morning for an increase in
used loaded with buckshot almost
the entire charge taking effect in
Boxs side and killing him almost in
stantly Box was a man about G5
years of age well known and well
liked having lived here practically all
of his life Tieadaway is about 45
years of age The killing occurred
five miles north of the city Family
affairs aie said to have led to the
tragedy
Another instancfefof j the Texas New Orleans railway
A Pretty Sight
Yesterday afternoon Mr T A
Bowden delivering an order of little
wages are being ignored at thefeilj chicks to a pation brought them by1
road headquarters About onetthou
sand men at different shops qt the
Missouii Pacific and Iron Mountain
systems quit work They askedLfor
a raise of 4 cents an hour and an im
provement in working conditionaFThe
company has offered them a 3 cent
incrcas f
the Herald office just to show what a
hundred order looked like and It was
a show worth seeing He had two
brooders with fifty chicks in each and
the little fellows were only a few
days old but as healthy and pert as
could be They were the Brown
Leghorn and weie little beauties
Lyvv
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Save Your Home
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Mound City Horse Shoe Brand
I Houcc Paints
Paintsthat arf ra ade ° f
pure lead that
covers or hides the great
est surface pure zinc to
preserve the lead pure lin t
seed oil for long wear the
necessary coloring matter
and nothing else
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