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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, June 02, 1910, Image 7

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WANTED
WANTED Farm hands Apply to
MT P Gaines Rural Route G Palestine
Texas 283t
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms one connected with bath close
in and near good boarding house
Phone 879 or call at 421 N Sycamore
Mrs T J Gunm 31Gt
FOR RENT 2story house on South
Sycamore Repapered revarnished in
side and thoroughly fumigated Ap
ply Mrs Stein 201 S Sycamore Ct
FOR RENT Nicely furnished south
east room with modern conveniences
with or without board Mrs W A
Underwood 110 Dallas St between
Sycamore and Magnolia 51220t
FOR RENT Store house on Oak
street between Gas office and Paes
tine Hardware and now occupied bj
The Model Apply to B H Gard
ner 2tf
FOR RENT Furnished v or unfur
nished rooms with or without board
407 Houston street 419tI
FOR SALE
FOR SALE 2 fresh Jersey cows
Eugene Munson phone 1073 Second
house east from Dr Poynors home
FOR SALE A No 1 combination
saddle and buggy horse good looker
Also buggy new Address by letter
C Herald office l3t
FOR SALE One large iron safe
50 cost 100 The Model 31tf
FOR SALE Gasoline stove Phono
693 283t
FOR SALE Rhode Island Red hens
for sale at 75c each or G for 400
Apply to Mrs C H Delafosse oppo
site 1000 N Sycamore St 303t
FOR SALE 2 elegant homes on
May 1 on Magnolia new cottage on
N Sycamore and 4 cottages on south
side Sewerage gas and water good
outhouses Phone 754 531Jm
FOR SALE What will
Wants Business and Legal
WANT ADS
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
For Congress Seventh Congressional
District
C C STOKES of Crockett
For District Attorney
EARLE ADAMS JR
For Representative
Z BRODGHTON
JNO F NASH
J E ROSE
For County Judge
JNO F WATTS
O C FUNDERBURK re election
second term
For County Attorney
R M JOHNSON
For Sheriff
LEE BOYD
W J PIERCE
HENRY DAVIS
For District Clerk
JNO R MOORE reelection sec
ond term
For Cqunty Clerk
J E BRITTON reelection sec
ond term
C O MILLER
For Tax Collector
CLAY COTTEN JR
I A McREYNOLDS reelection
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 of Public Instruc
tion
J G H BUCK
For Commissioner Precinct No 1
W G GORB
JNO E HOLMES
WM BROYLES
For Constable Precinct No 1
FESTUS ZACHARY
FRANK E DUBLIN
READ TOMKINS
JOHN T MIDDLETON
DICK H GUINN
W B McINNIS
JOE KENNEDY
you giveFor Justice of the Peace P
MOVEHENT OF TRAINS
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
TRAIN8
OF
International and Great Northern
For tho South
No 5 leaves at 900 p m
No 3 leaves at 821 a m
For the West
5 leaves at 840 p m
3 leaves at 811 a m
9 leaves at 1040 a m
For the North
No 2 leaves at 135 p m
No 4 leaves at 1058 p m
No 6 leaves at 735 a m
From the South
No 2 arrives at 115 p m
No 4 arrives at 1040 p m
From the North
No 3 arrives at 801 i m
No 6 arrives at 735 p m
No 7 arrives at 825 p m
From the West
No 4 arrives at 1053 p m
No 6 arrives at 710 a m
No 8 arrives at 700 p m
No
No
No
Schedule State Railroad
Week days mixed train arrives
1220 p m leaves 300 m
Sundays passenger train arrived
1128 a m leaves 345 p m
Ready For Business
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
If you are in a hurry just drop me a
guaranteed Yours for piano tuning
card or phone 1084 Would be glad
to take any new customers that want
me to do their work Satisfaction
H M Jones Box 814 228tf
ISHARDYGROWS OLD
Iqus Novelist Celebrates His Sev
entieth Birthday Very Quietly
at His Home Today
I Herald Special
London June 2 Thomas
thet celebrated novelist had a
celebration of his seventieth birthday
today at his quaint old home at Max
Gat near Dorchester In the very
heart of the country which he has
made familiar to readers the world
oveif Much has been said and writ
tenlabout Mr Hardys work but very
little is known generally of the man
hiirkelf He is said to be a most dif
ficult man to approach and the story
is told of how a pertinacious American
autographseeker who visited Max
Gate in quest of an addition to his
collection was almost overcome by
thei shock when the famous novelist
received his visitor most graciously
and5 presented him with several auto
graph copies of his best known works
OneSfof Mr Hardys eccentricities Is
hlj hablt of invariably wearing two
waifl1 coats In severe weather it is
saiiSSthe famous author has been
known to don as many as four but
eventon the hottest summer day he
sticSs to his two the outside one be
iriggenerally of the oldfashioned
knMted sort
Hardy
quiet
me shoulder is almost invariably
cauised by rheumatism of the muscles
andyields quickly to the free applica
tionjof Chamberlains Liniment This
liniment is not only prompt and ef
fectrual but In no way disagreeable
to jlse Bratton Co
Sold by Drug
illMeeting
Meeting of Oregon Threshers
TElif Herald Special
sAibany Ore June 2 A large num
ber ioL visitors came to Albany today
foSUie second annual convention of
theOregon Threshers Association At
theopening session this afternoon the
speakers Included Governor Benson
Benjamin F Heidel of the United
sw
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We Are Gonvmcing
Some people that we have
the right price Are yoi
If not come in and let
le right goodsat
ie of the number
U a while
And see for yourself that I
am leading and that others
only follow in the FRUIT
and VEGETABLE busi
ness in this city You dont
have to tike my word for
it People appreciate that
here they get the most for
their money Do you
The Original Fruit Wan
Phone 1063
Something of
Snterest
Why go to the trouble of mak
ing biscuits or corn bread when
it is cheaper to buy bread from
the
AMERICAN MM BAKERY
F H EILENBERGER Prop
Telephone 234
EXPERT HATTER
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and Re
blocked I Make Hats to Order
or if you have the old felt of a bat
that you dont like dont lay It aside
give it to me I can work the felt
over and make you a hat out of It
any size style or color you want It
I know how Give me your old hat
it saves you money I will not take
a hat I cant make good I guarantee
beet of workmanship
H A CLOUGH THE HATTER
710 Main Street
KELLEY COPELAND
Horseshoeing and Horse Clipping
Conduct
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3 T
Thats what we do Your shirts
and collars are washed ironed and
shaped by nothing but experienced
labor No rough or broken edges
They look and fit like new ones Your
linen and starch wear will be as white
a3 snow ironed just as it should be
washed in artesian water with noth
ing but pure soap If you are in
trouble Put your clothes in our bub
bles We know how We do it
right
Steam Laundry
Phone 120 412 tf
SPRING DECORATIONS
are many and various but to a lover
of the horse even the flowers cannot
equal the beauty of a new stylish per
fect fitting set of harness on a hand
some horse It adds attractiveness to
him as does an elegant dross to a
pretty girl Tho best looking the
best made and the best wearing har
ness is furnished by
HERMAN SCHMIDT COMPANY
ThePalestine Real Es
tate and Inyest ment
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