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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, June 16, 1910, Image 6

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Will Bethe Attraction at the Airdome
This Evening
2 iCWS ir e r S
Published By Authority of th
tary of Agriculture
A Candidate
The management says
Stlth and Stith marvelous spinners
and manipulators will open at the
Airdome tonight ina highclass Euro
pean noveltyplate and carpet spinning
act spinning as many as sixty plates
at once
The feature film in motion pictures
will be a high art Edison picture en
titled Her First Appearance a spec
ial adaptation of Richard Harding
Davis famous story for Edison produc
tion A special cast engaged for the
picture plays it with a simplicity and
fidelity which makes the story tre
mendously convincing and puts it
among the film classics of the year
The production is magnificently
staged and costumed and the players
fit into their parts naturally and
Needs cards and he should have a
good well printed card That is
the kind the Herald is print
ing We have printed
thousands of cards
and have thous
ands yet to
Give us your order
and get prompt service
Palestine Hen Saw the Comet and
Tries to Duplicate It With Her
Own Production
The scientific world has had a
great deal to say about the effect of
the comet on the earth and many fine
theories were presented most of
which failed to develop into fact
But heres a fact A Palestine hen has
laid a comet egg a regular globular
shaped product with a tail attached
to it The hen workingthe miracle
belongs to the barnyard colony of Mr
W E Blount on Lacy s treet and
in appearance seems not different
from the ordinary hen But she saw
the comet and turned scientist The
egg is d real curiosity
For Palestine and vicinity until 7
p m Friday Tonight fair Friday
partly cloudy weather
Minimum temperature G2
Maximum temperature 84
Weather Conditions
A slight disturbance central over
the Middle Atlantic states is causing
rain in the states bordering the At
lantic ocean The western storm is lncendiaiT
increasing in energy and now covers
the entire western halt of the United
States Light rain is falling this
morning in Oregon and Washington
The weather continues warm in the
lake region and the northwest The
weather is generally clear and some
what warmer in Texas this morning
T R Taylor
Official in Charge
If you have anything to sell try a
Herald want ad
For Headaches
There Isnt Any Headache Remedy
That Does The WorK LiKe
It gives quick relief from Headaches of
all kinds including Sick or Nervous
Headaches and Headaches caused from
eat cold grip or stomach troubles
Capudine is also the best and quickest
remedy for attacks of Cold or Grip It
soon relieves the aching and fevcrishness
and restores normal conditions
nCapudine is liquid easy and pleasant
to take acts Immediately 10c 25c
and 50c zx drug store
Of the Texas Central Railroad Chas
Hamilton Will Continue as the
General Manager
Waco Texas June 15 The direc
tors of the Texas Central railroad
held a meeting this morning R H
Baker of Austin was elected president
and also a director and J S Rice
president of the UnionNational Bank
of Houston and Frank Andrews of
Houston were added to the directory
I o other changes were made Gen
eral Manager Charles Hamilton will
continue as at present There will be
no change in the operative or other
Mr Baker declared the election of
the Houston men as directors was an
act of personal friendship and that
they did not know they were to be
an independent line for the present
The belief here is universal that
the Katy will take over the line when
the legislature meets v
Mr Baker would not say what were
the future plans of the line further
than that there would be no changes
at present
Mr Baker left forAustin this after
noon but will go over the line next
Brushy Creek June 13 Health is
fairly good in these diggins and farm
work is progressing as well as could
be expected under prevailing condi
tions The crop prospect is not to
say flattering at the present time
Corn is very small for the time of
year hut most of it has good color
Cotton is small but it is all in the
future yet Some folks say we have
been having frost lately but I do not
think so Peaches and tomatoes are
now being shipped out from both Poy
ner and Frankston Report says thai
a storm visited Flint Bullard Jack
sonville and other points the other
night destroying the tomato and
other crops It looked rather squally
here but it did not rain any nor did
we have but little wind
Mr Bill Rogers a country merchant
In the Liberty neighborhood had the
misfortune to lose his store and con
tents by fire last Monday night We
understand it to tie a clear case of
Mr Rogers is an old man
and this will be quite a hardship on
him as we understand he carried no
In the effort to capture the mis
creant that burned Mr Rogers store
they ordered out our high constable
I say high advisedly and his dog
but do not know just what part they
played in the capture if any
Well if the commissioners court
could only think of some other office
that is lying around loose so that a
few more of the great army of noth
ing to do could get a job until the
23rd of July it would be better
made to Mobile he found out the
whereabouts of some of his relatives
in Louisiana He decided after his
return from Mobile that he would pay
them a visit and has just returned
from there He found a brother of
his mother an old man eightythree
years old and several cousins but he
thinks it rains entirely too much in
that country so he did not stay but
one week He found while there that
office for nearly fifty years Now if
he could get interest on this1 money
for that time he would be starting a
bank or some other place in which he
could use money
The man who goes to the le gisla
ture from Anderson county should he
want my vote must promise methat
he will use all legitimate means to
have passed some law to protect the
farmer when he rents to a man and is
to furnish so much so that the said
renter cannot fool along until he gets
ab6ut all and in many cases more
than was to be furnished him and
then just gets up without any cause
whatever only that he is dishpnest
and leaves his crop the only thing that
the farmer has to look to fo his
money and the farmer has to grin
and bear it Several of the vstates
have good laws along this line and I
cannot see why Texas has notpbme
law to protect both the farmer and the
tenant Now you gentlemanjt who
have legislative aspirations begin to
think of this matter and be prepared
to act
The sheriffs race is beginning to
pick up in these parts all of tjthe can
didates being in the neighborhood of
Frankston at nearly the samejtime
There is going to be some gr eatsur
prises in store for somebody about
the date of the primary J
The democratic executive commit
tee whoever they are shouldget to
gether soon and say how manypri
maries the county wants andjjwhen
they are wanted I have heard the
question discussed and it was thought
that the Terrell election law dofs not
provide for but one primary so Jhat if
more than one is needed it wwould
have to come before July 23 This
matter should be investigated Wlthe
proper authority and action bef had
in conformity v fj
The school board of the Palestine
schools has acted very wisely no
doubt in compelling the teachers for
the city schools to show a clean bill
of health Now it occurs to meithat
tomobile party is expected to
Houston this afternoon
Thousands Dying I
every day from kidney bladder and
rheumatic trouble Why suffer death
when 100 bottle a sixtyday treat
ment of Halls Texas Wonder seldom
fails to cure Send for testimonials
Dr E W Hall 292C Olive street 3t
Louis Sold by Druggist
To Aid Baptist Mission
Friday evening beginning iat 730
there will be given a social at the
In the trip that Mr Gofe Levassar ome 0f Mrs Keith on Lacy dtreet to
aid the Baptist mission
is invited
the teachers are entitled to sorprcon
sideration and the board should go
one step further and compel the stu
dents to show a like bill andVthis
thing should not stop at the city lim
its but should be extended to all the
This all lookstther
country schools
hard to us old fellows who rem
those old democratic days in th
ago when1 the teacher was e
by the community or rather t
prospective patrons to teach
much per an old blue back spel
a sore toe being the curri
Thus we go on
Very tj
Concern Will Divide 9540000
Among Stockholders
Houston June 15 According to an
announcement today the Texas Oil
company cut a melon valued at 9
540 000 by declaring a dividend of 3
per share and fifty per cent in stock
This follows the raising of the capi
tal stock from 18000000 to 36000
The company plans listing the stock
on the New York exchange and the in
auguration of big improvements in
the Oklahoma and Texas oil fields and
the extension of operations all Over
the southern states t
Over five thousand Woodmen at
tended the joint barbecue at New
The Salvation Army may eiect a
home for fallen girls in San Aritonio
says the supreme court
An investigation of the salo in f ire
at Pledger shows the safe hailbeen
tampered with An inquest was held
over the remains of W E McCauley
who lost his life in the building
Governor Campbell cajls a special
session of the legislature to repeal the
insurance law and enact new meas
ures preventing discriminations and
combinations A submission npessage
may follow
The Matagorda county boosters au
Thje public
Chamberlains Stomach anil Liver
Tablets will brace up the nerves ban
ish sick headache prevent I despon
dency and invigorate the wliole sys
tem Sold by Bratton Drug
I am now located at tfae Fair
Grounds where you may have your
his mother had some money that had horse broke and gaited 1 See me
been lying in the county treasurers for particulars Hillary H Prfdon tf
Princess Clementine
Youngest Daughter of the Lato
King Leopold
It is reported that the marriage of
Princess Clementine of Belgium young
est daughter of the late King Leopold
and cousin of King Albert to Prince
Victor Bonaparte maj be expected
within a fi v months
United Wireless Telegraph Companys
Broadway Offices Were Raided
and Arrests Made
New York June 15 United Spates
postoffice inspectors raided the hand
some Broadway offices of the United
Wireless Telegraph company today
and caused the arrest of Christopher
C Wilson president of the company
Samuel S Bogart first vice president
and William T Tompkins president
of the New York Selling Agency
whom the officers of the wireless com
pany say was formerly their fiscal
agent but has ceased to represent
Chief Inspector Mayer subsequently
gave out a long formal statement in
which he charges that although the
company has been running at a loss
the price of its shares has been ad
vanced by manipulation to fictitious
values andthat individual officers of
the company have sold out their stock
to the general public at a profit esti
mated 4n > nfttimrpnpanfhptwppTi flvfl ranrlid njri T shal
arid ten millions and other instances
in proportion
Wilson was released on 25000 bail
and Bogart on 10000 bail for appear
ance on July 12 when a further hear
ing will be held before a federal com
missioner Tompkins was arrested at
his farm near Mahopac Falls N Y
and brought here for arraignment He
could not find the 10000 bail and
spent tonight in the Tombs
The complaint on which the war
rants were issuedis drawn under the
federal criminal code on Information
of Carter B Keene a postoffice in
spector who deposes that the
grounds of his belief are official in
vestigations made by him information
obtained by him from the books of the
said United Wireless Telegraph com
pany and the inspection of letters and
envelopes sent through the United
States mails
The specific instance of alleged
fraudulent use of the mails is given as
the mailing of a letter on March 3
1910 to Michael OBrien of Water
bury Conn
Results yesterday
Galveston 1 Fort Worth
Houston 4 Dallas 3
San Antonio 8 Shreveport G
Oklahoma City 3 Waco 2
Subscriptions Paid
The management acknowledges re
ceipt of remittance from the follow
ing for subscriptions to the weekly
edition of the Herald
W P Martin 1 M H Gaines 25c
August Petri 50c Miss Bettie Helm
1 Miss Selma Lunsford 1 A A
Woodbright 1 Mrs C E Holland
50c R M Mimms 1 I D Watkins
50c J J Carroll 1 S J Graham
1 G W Hanks 1 J R Edwards
1 J W Jolly 1 Matt Jackson
25c E E Barker 1 Mrs C A
Temple 1 Dick Brown 1 H E
Williams 50c W D Williamson 1
J M Lynn 1 A M Griff 1 J
L Tucker 1 R M Anderson 1
J C Beaid 1
If warm weatner makes you feel
weary you may be sure your system
needs cleansing Use Prickly Ash
Bitters before the hot weather ar
rives it will put the stomach liver
and bowels in order and help you
through the heated term Bratton
Drug Co Special Agents
We pay the big price for second
hand furniture Dobbs Furniture
Company 48tf
J 44
Failed in Health
My mother died six years ago writes Miss Ruth
Ward of Jerseyville III and left me to care for six
children I had never been strong and this with the shock
of her death was tob much for me
I failed jn health I was tired all the time and did
not want to go anywhere nor care for company I had
the headache all the time and such bearingdown pains
A very dear friend advised me to take Cardui as it
had done her so much good so I commenced to use it
and now I am in good health
The Womans Tonic
Womens pains are relieved or prevented and womens
strength is quickly restored by Cardui the womans tonic
You yourself know best if yoii need it or not
If you do need it do not delay but commenceto use
it at once Every day of delay only lets you slide further
down the hill
Dont wait then but begin to take Cardui today for its
use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will
surely do you good >
Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooza Tena
for Special Instructions and64paje book Home Treatment lor Women sent free
Pianos are of the Highest Merit Bargains are Gen
uine But You must Act Quickly rPianos
Going Fast Open Evenings Til 930
This is a genuine closing out sale ments and take them Many I offer
A positive winding up of the Palestine ft much less than factory cost For
store All pianos in the hands of instance if a piano has been used a
country agents and subagents at
Crockett Jacksonville and surround
ing itowns will be brought in They
too will be slaughtered
It is ray purpose to be perfectly
overstate mattersrone iota And itean
be depended upon that this is a gen
uine closing out sale of a large num
ber of line instrumentsat factory cost
prices and many less than cost on
easy payments if desired
The bargains are genuine and there
is no question about the high charac
ter of the instruments offered
The reasons for this sale and for
cutting the prices of good pianos
nearly half has been fully explained in
the announcement of this closing out
sale Mr J F Rush our former man
ager having resigned and left the city
and our inability to secure a new man
ager store lease expiring in a few
days having decided to close the
Palestine store permanently makes it
quite necessary to sell this entire
stock of fine pianos In a few days or
ship them away
In the first place I have positive in
structions from headquarters to sell
this entire stock Close it out And
the letter goes on to say Our Dallas
store is overstocked with pianos
Simply close out the stock at Pales
tine Would rather accept factory
cost than to go to the extra expense
of boxing and freighting them here
Now these are my orders Come and
give me factory cost for these instru
J L l soNUTT Special Agent
month or has been in stock more than
60 days I mark it secondhand and
the price is marked down accordingly
All pianos are fully guaranteed by
he manufacturers and the Leyhe
We make terms io easy too tha
all can purchase a small paymen
down sends a piano to yodr home andi
you pan have the use of the piano
learning to play while you save the
money to complete the payments
We offer you a good variety of
stock to choose from comprising such
leading makes as Kimball Chickering
Bros Packard Weber Davis Sons
Crown Whitney Hi nze andj other
good makes tgether with numerous
slightly used and shopworn pianos
All offered at factory cost prices and
many at less than cost of the factory
Numerous standard grade uprights
in pretty but plain cases that sell reg
ularly at 275 a00 to 325 to close
out at 148 173 to 198
Terms 15 to 20 down 7 to 8
monthly or cash
I Elegant new Cabinet Grand Up
rights various highclass makes for
mer prices 350 375 400 and 450r to
close at 223 247 to 288
Terms 15 to 25 down 8 to 10
monthly or cash
Great bargains in used uprights or
gans and square pianos These will
go quickly at practically your owJ
terms and prices Come and get one
Terms to suit
that we always get the large
There must be a reason
We get over our share of the
small contracts
But still we want yours x
The largest or the smallest
jobs are treated with equal
Vnfiirmcnlad Grapa Juice lorConman
Ion Pnrpoiti > nd SlcK Chtrabar
Old Port Wine 3 years old 1150 per jal Sherry Wine t
years oldSIJSO per gal Good Table Claret M00 per eaf
Fine Old BlaokberryWlnebestlnthomarket Those wines
bare taken first premiums in Dallas Houston and San A
tonlo tor many years and are guaranteed to be purs In J
ery respeot Jags found and winot delivered lo any n
ha olty free ofoharre i
W B WRIGHT 35ffiE sffi
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