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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, June 01, 1910, Image 3

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i U Hon A S Hawkins of Midland who
V is a candidate for lieutenant gover
s nor spoke in the city hall last night
> J iln behalf of his candidacy Only a
5 to hear
gcj small were
lisy S Sfe fhe gentleman but he made those
statewide
v > submisslonlst and a prohf
I T n3 ii bitlonlst and that he recognizes the
tf XV prohibition issue as the leading issue
tlV of the campaign Having given his
f own platform and purposes the speak
er reviewed the records and platforms
of his opponents He stated that Da
vidson is an avpwed anti and that his
re cord in the legislature was favor
able to the saloon element He also
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P sSSMfHON A S HAWKINS CANDIDATE
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4T0UCHED UP HS OPPONENTS
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SMALL CROWD HEARD HIM
nt sit up and take notice The
was introduced by Attorney C
31 Ray and before beginning his talk
proper asked the Indulgence of his
hearers because of the bad condition
of his voice Mr Hawkins reviewed
his career as he said to acquaint the
people with the manner of man he is
and also stated his platform and re
Jg5yiewed his work while a member of
g lgthfi legislature He announced that
5 3jytf he w s the only man in the race for
p lieutenant governor who is both a
charged that officer with repudiating
t the platform on which he was ejected
finishing with Mr Davidson the
speaker next took up Bascom Thomas
t
and proceeded to review him to the
great amusement of his audience who
often applauded his remarks The
following are the charges he placed
against Mr Thomas and offers the
SSP Tferecord to sustain them
W First Hawkins charged that Thom
VfSr x f t s voted fdr the early
resolution which killed
adjournment
off submis
jfSijSfiion and other platform demands and
z 0trlnQil6 connection read an extract
irom Governor Campbells Easter
pijggfiSessige showing the lobby ap
piaiBaedthtslVote
BAd He cr itlcIsediThomas and
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said he was dodging the prohibition
issue in this campaign
Third He criticised Thomas for re
tracting the charges against the sen
ate and said if false they should not
have been made and if true should
not have been retracted
Fourth He showed that Thomas op
posed the bill creating the Bureau of
Labor See Journal pages 527 and
528Fifth
Fifth That Thomas also opposed
the billprohibiting anonymous letters
reflecting > upon the virtue reputation
or integrity of another See Journal
page 18G
Sixth That Thomas also opposed
the bill prohibiting the use of profane
or indecent language over a telephone
See Journal page 48C
Seventh Hawkins next criticised
Thomas for writing the Bickler letter
offering to exchange political influ
ence clandestinely for a clerkship at
Austin
Eighth Hawkins said further that
when the Love campaign contribution
matter wast investigated at Austin
Thomas testified under oath in effect
that the contributions made by the
clerks were voluntary donations to
Mr Love That after Thomas had
lost his job in that department he
made affidavit in effect to the con
trary and that the contributions were
made under duress
THEMERGHANTOfVENIGE
Lecture By Dr J W Sykes at City
Hall Tomorrow Evening A
Lyceum Number
On tomorrow night June 2nd at
the city jjall Dr J W Sykes will give
a rendering of Shakespeares remark
able play The Merchant of Venice
Dr Sykes is deservedly popular be
cause of his many good works and
his ability as a lecturer is second to
none who have appeared in this city
There is perhaps no other play of
Shakespeares more famous than his
Merchant of Venice the great court
scene being a masterpiece of litera
ture and this lecture promises to be
a treat to all who hear it Before the
lecture Miss Grace Hutchinson will
render Mendelssohns A Midsummers
Night Dream which will be a source
of additional pleasure This sweet
young lady ranks among the fore
most musicians of this city
This entertainment Is No 7 of the
Palestine Lyceum Course and will
close its successful season The en
w art
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DR T W SMITH SAYS IF GOOD
ROAD ENTHUSIASTS WILL FUR
NISH A DRAG HE WILL USEIT
ON RESIDENCE STREETS
Dr T W Smith has faith inJ the
drag which is the growth of actual
experience in using it for roadmakin
and he says a drag propertly made
will do wonders for some of Pales
tines streets and the man whb thinl S
otherwise is like the man who toil
dispute the fact that two and twr
make four He says he knows br
cause he tried a drag out in making
passable a very bad piece of road near
his farm and that he learned to steer
the drag through a man who had had
experience with the tool Dr Smith
says be noticed the Herald stated U
had 5 hung up to be used for thfe
construction of a drag and he sug
gests that other subscriptionSbe made
to the fund until something like 12
or 15 dollars Is available This he
says will make an Al drag or per5
haps two of them Then when tie
roads are in prime condition for the
drag he will volunteer his servicesata
operate it on any street or pieceTof
street designated And if the cityjSP
clines to furnish the team the doctor
says he will bring in a team fromfEfs
farm for the experiment Hen sug
gests that the drag1 be made strictly
according to the government bulletin
specifications Another thing < The
doctor says the drag is not IntendeoTto
take the place of a scraper neither
can a scarper do the work of a drag
He thinks both can be used to advatP
tage The drag he says Is a toolMo
be used on the street or road when
the mud is plastic and is only
to smooth over and fill up the a
holes force the water out and adcl
pllsh the smooth drying out soir
desired thus relieving the streSfl
the rough ruts and mudholes pil
IThe doctor says skepticism 5f
possibilities of the drag is bo
T
ignorance as to Tvhat the draglcanri
will do when gvlen the chance J
Here is a chance for the aujj
experiment with a view
Arizona and Mr Henry Henkel of
Dallas He was a member of Hoxie
Lodge No 25 A O U W The
funeral will be held fiom the home to
morrow afternoon at 4 oclock and
the friends of the family are requested
to be present Mr Henkel was well
known to the older citizens of the
city andhad a host of friends Vho
are grieved at his death
Interment will be made inrEast Hll
cemetery
Building a Pretty Home
Mr A E Jackson the grocer has
contracted for and work has begun on
a pretty new home on Mallard stipet
just south of his prespnt home place
The new house is to be two stories
and modern in alkrespects
11 Mrs E L Crater
will give > ou lP3t tab linjul in town
cheaper than any one pise Tinim and
board 2000 Table hoanl 17 00 pei
month Two nice rooms vacant
Come and see Special rate to fam
iliesfor family service 125 Mav S1
Phone 479 Cllm
Lady Maccabees
Mary V Reid Hive No 24 will hold
a regular review in K of P hall to
morrow Thutsday June 2 promptly
at 230 p m
Ella Dunlop Cor Sec
BIG FIRE HORSE DEAD
Grover Cleveland After Seventeen
Years of Faithful Service
Quit the Game
There is sorrow in the fire depart
ment today One of the big horses is
dead Grover Cleveland the splendid
roan which had been a pet of the de
partment men for years died last
night at 910 oclock Grover had
been in the service with his mate for
seventeen years and was twentytwo
years old He had been doing good
service all of these years and never
failed to respond to duty He was as
full of fire and go up to the time of
his death as a sixyearolg and the
fire boys say he was as game a horse
as ever put on a harness The old
fellow was taken sick several days
ago and all that veterinary skill
could do was done for him In the
seventeen years of his service he had
seen much hard service responding
to fire alarms in all kinds of weather
and at all hours of the night and day
and in all that time whether In hot
eather or cold he nlwavs responds
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