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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, June 16, 1910, Image 7

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FOR RENT
FOR RENT 3 room house garden
spot good well water 600 a month
Apply 607 Perry St phone 10G 10 6t
FOR RENT Store house on Oak
street between Gas office and PaVs
tlne Hardware and now occupied bj
The Model Apply to B H Gard
ner 2tf
FOR RENT Furnished or unfur
nished rooms with or without board
407 Houston street 419tf
FOR RENT OR SALE Modern
house containing 10 rooms all mod
ern conveniences large Jmn and
other outhouses with five acres of
ground and plenty of fruit This is
one of the most desirable homes in
Palestine located on the Fair Gorund
road Will rent or sell you this prop
erty Kendall Wilson ll6t
FOR SALE
FOR SALE Small improved farm
Apply to J A Taylor 71 East Dallas
street 15Gt
FOR SALE Mamie Ross Cling
Stone and Triumph Freestone
peaches in bushel and half bushel
baskets 100 per bushel delivered
C Roe Hall phone G2 143t
FOR SALE 2 fresh Jersey cows
Eugene Munson phone 1073 Second
house east from JDr Poynors home
FOR SALE One large iron safe
450 cost 100 The Model 31tf
FOR SAT E 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 531lm
FOR SALE Two nice level lots
52x143 feet on corner of Van Fleet
and Cherry streets These lots are
only one block from State Railroad
depot and are close in to the city
1 offer them for 500 for the two on
easy terms Address C J Shields
910t
LOST
LOST Gold brooch with diamond
set Finder will receive liberal re
ward Mrs E L Howell R F D No
5 Palestine Texas 15Gt
LOST On Wednesday morning be
tween Horwits and Duncans stores
two bills one 20 the other 5 Re
ward for return to 207 Louisiana
street 153t
LOST Leather pocketbook con
taining papers Return to O F Cleve
land or to Fergusons store Re
ward 133t
Herald want ads pay
Dont
Be Satisfied with
an ordinary grade
of LAUNDRY
Wear thebest
Think of the satisfaction
there is in it
If you will look at the
most successful business
men in this city you will find
most of them are wearing
our work
They realize the impor
tance of having the best
laundrywork and looking
neat at all times
Wouldnt you like to im
prove your appearance by
wearing our work
MartinSteamLaundry
612 Spring St Phone No 2
Uto Service
now have two Autos for public
Fservice Car meets all trains
f day and night and make a rate of
25c per passenger anywhere in
the city Cars rented with driv
er at200 per hour Answer
all calls promptly
B E GIBSON
Phone 787
GO THE QUICK WAY
SKgFS < S W n t
ANNOUNCEMENTS
The following announcements are
made on the authority of the gentle
mens names appearing and are all
subject to theaction of the democratic
party
For Congress Seventh Congressional
District
C C STOKES of Crockett
A W GREGG ReElection
For District Attorney
EARLE ADAMS JR
For Representative
Z BROUGHTON
JNO F NASH
J E ROSE
For County Judge
JNO F WATTS
O C FUNDERBURK reelection
second term
O J ADDINGTON
For County Attorney
R M JOHNSON
For Sheriff
LEE BOYD
W J PIERCE
HENRY DAVIS
For District Clerk
JNO R MOORE reelection Bee
ond term
For County Clerk
J E BRITTON reelection sec
ond term
C O MILLER
For County Treasurer
H B RAMSOUR
W F DAVIS
V F DUBOSE
MRS L R GAMMAGE
H E BRADFORD
JOHN Q ADAMS
W H FARISH
T L ROGERS
J L TUCKER
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 GCENN
TAB SADLER
For Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion
J G H BUCK
For Commissioner Precinct No 1
W G GORE
1
OLMES
WM BROYLES N
For Constable Precinct No 1
FESTUS ZACHARY
FRANK E DUBLIN
READ TOMKINS
JOHN T MIDDLETON
DICK H GUINN
W B McINNIS
JOE KENNEDY
For Justice of the Peace Precinct No
1 Office No 1
J B PHILLIPS reelection
For Justice of the Peace Precinct No
1 Office No 2
C C MORRIS
A N DEXTER reelection
STEVE CRIST
THOMAS S WORD
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN LEAGUE
An Important Announcement to Dele
gates Who Are to Attend
Delegates attending the biennial
convention of the National Republican
League are hereby notified that ar
rangements have been completed with
the Trunk Line Association for a re
duced rate of fare and onehalf for
the round trip on the certificate plan
conditioned on there being one thou
sand or more delegates in attendance
Tickets will he validated at the head
quarters of the League Hotel Astor
on June 24th and 25th In order to
secure the reduced rate it will be
necessary to have tickets validated
on those days
Delegates must not fall to register
at headquarters immediately upon
their arrival in the city Requests for
banquet ticKets should be forwarded
at the eaillest possible date Dele
gates may he canvassed en route and
the number of seats desired can be
wired to the Secretary Hotel Astor
New York from the train This plan
Is suggested where it is impracticable
to secure the information earlier
Headquarters of the league will be
in Nimrod Suite eighth floor Hotel
Astor New York from Tune 11th until
the close of the convention A gold
enamel screw back button of very
pretty design has been adopted as the
standard button for the National Re
publican League Each delegate will
be presented with one of these but
tons at the time he registers The
convention will convene at Carnegie
Hall Friday morning at 10 oclock
Secretaries of State Leagues will
kindly see that the above information
is made known to their respective del
delegations
By order of the Committee
D B Asherton
Secretary Pro Tem
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Wants Business and Legal
WANT ADS
JWANJED
WANTED Three secondhand in
cubators See Mrs H C Mallard at
30S DeBard street 153t
71
MOVEHENT OF TRAINS
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
Preliminary Arrangements For a Big
Celebration Being Discussed at
Niagara Falls N Y
Herald Special 1
Niagara Falls N Y June 16
Delegates representing the commer
cial organizations and historical socle
ties of the cities and towns in this
vicinity on both sides of the interna
as
Some people that we have
the right price Are you oi
If not come in and let us
We believe it will be to yoi
as ours We have a we
drugs and drug sundries to
that are absolutely right j
Have you tried our cream If not come
give us one trial The crearrlwill do the rest
Motley
tional boundary met here today to
discuss the preliminary arrangements
for the big celebration which it is pro
posed to hold in comemoration of the
one hundred years of peace enjoyed
since 1812 The original Intention
was to have the celebration take
place next year but the concensus of
opinion now is that the time is too
short to make adequate preparations
and that it would be better to defer
the celebration until 1914 or possibly
1915
ORGANIZED CHARITIES
This organization will furnish food
clothing or other necessities of life
to the destitute of Palestine after In
vestigation of their needs
Report such cases to
Mrs E E Durham C02 Perry
street If In First Ward
Mrs W H Kingsbury 712 Murchl
son street if In Second Ward
Mrs Webb Wright Kolstad street
if In Third Ward
Mrs S A Taylor 445 Reagan
street if In Fourth Ward
Discarded clothing will be sent for
or received by Mrs Taylor or Mrs
Durham
The work Is supported by voluntary
contributions Send checks to Treas
urer
J C SILLIMAN President
J C OEHLER Vice Pres
L D ANDERSON Vice Pres
To Greet Roosevelt
Herald Special
Chicago June 1G Several hundred
nieuibeis of the Hamilton Club many
of them accompanied by their fam
ilies left by special train for New
York this afternoon to be present at
the homecoming of Colonel Theodore
Roosevelt The Chicagoans will make
their headquarters at the WaldorfAs
toria where an entire floor has been
engaged for their accommodation
We pay the big price for second
hand furniture Dobbs Furniture
Company 48U
OF C
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THE6LIDDENITES DEPART
Leave Cincinnati Under Escort of
Long Line of Autos Who Escort
Them to Kentucky
Escorted by a large number of au
tomobiles and cheered by thousands
the Glidden tour of 1910 to pass
through thirteen states and over a dis
tance of 2581 miles departed from
Cincinnati Tuesday The party was
escorted across the Ohio river into
Kentucky where au revoir was said
and many wishes for a pleasant trip
made > All the tourists seemed in
good spirits and all expressed them
selveskdelighted over the fact that
Texastwas Included in their Intinerary
Along the Lexington pika they
sped fjOn reaching that city a genu
ine Blue Grass State welcome was
given them From there the journey
to Louisville was made arriving at
that city late in the afternoon The
it
Kentucky metropolis treated them roy
ally hundreds of autoists giving them
the gfajl hand and extending that hos
pitalityjf for which that state is world
famei
Wednesday morning the start for
Nashville Tenn was made that city
to be jthe second night control
Letters are received at Dallas daily
fromTautoists all over the state in
whlchtthe writers say they will be at
the North Texas city on the 21st with
out fail All are not only invited but
urgedjtp attend and let the Gliddenites
see for themselves what a vast as
sembly Texas autoists are
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FAIR EXCHANGE
A NewBack For an Old One How It
Can Be Done In Palestine
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Thejlback aches at times with a
dull kidescrlbable feeling making you
wearyjand restless piercing pains
shootacross the region of the kidneys
and again the loins are so lame to
stoop Is agony No use to rub or ap
ply a plaster to the back In this condl
We Ate Convincing
right goods at
f the number
OU a while
at as well
StOCK 01
er1 you at prices
COru Co
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t
tion You cannot reach the cause Ex
change the bad back for a new and
stronger one Palestine residents
would flo well to profit by the follow
ing example
W K Klrkland Jacksonville Tex
as says I was bothered by a dull
pain in the small of my back directly
over my kidneys At times when I
attempted to stoop or lift a sudden
stitch seized me and I was hardly able
to straighten When suffering from
these attacks the kidney secretions
were too frequent in passage and
caused me great annoyance Seeing
Doana IKidney Pills advertised I pro
cured a box and I must say that I
never ufed a remedy that helped me
so greatly and in so short a time The
contents of one box entirely cured me
I take pleasure in recommending
Doar s Kidney Pills to other kidney
sufferer 3
For sale by all dealers Price 50
cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo
New York sole agents for the United
States
Remember the name Doana and
take no other
Texas Epworth League
Herald Special
Bonharn Texas June 10 Several
hundred delegates and visitors are
here for the annual convention of the
Epworth League of the North Texas
conference which opens tonight with
a big welcome demonstration The
regular program of business will be
gin tomorrow morning with the an
nual address of the president O L
Hamilton of Lewlsville The proceed
ings will continue over Saturday and
Sunday
If warm weather maices 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
Herald Want Ads bring results
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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 take my word for
it People appreciate that
here they get the most for
their money Do you
The Original Fruit Man
Phone 1063
Something of
Interest
Why go to the trouble of mak
ing biscuits or corn bread when
it is cheaper to buy bread from
the
AMERICAN HOME 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 hat
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
best of workmanship
Ladies Straw Hats dyed Jet black
H A CLOUGH THE HATTER
710 Main Street
KELLEY COPELAND
Horseshoeing and Horse Clipping
Conduct a firstclass blacksmith
shop with all kinds of repairing mod
ern tools and machinery All work
is guaranteed as the best
Shop opposite the Opera House
Main street
ANDREW A
OSTEOPATHIC
PALESTINE
Office Second
SPEEGLE
PHYSICIAN
TEXAS
Floor Brown
Gardner Building
Will do a general practice with
out medication or the surgeoni
knife Knife as last resort
Office phone 236 Residence
phone 484
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DR D R RUCKER
VETERINARIAN <
Office East of Court Houc
Phone 295 Residence
Phone 449 >
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DR W F RAWLEY
> Veterinarian
Office Mo ley Drug Store v
Phone 117 Hospital Harts
J Livery Stable >
Residence Phone 315 >
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DR E B PARSONS
Office Over Brattons Spring Street
Drug Store
Office Phone 1916
Office Hours 10 to 12 a m 2 to
p m After supper by ap
pointment
V V
MISS L D FAIRRIS
Graduate and Registered Nurse
Calls Answered Day and
Night Residence No
19 Magnolia St
TELEPHONE 741
R N BUSH
Real Estate Fire Insurance and Col
lecting Agency
All accounts entrusted to my care will
receive prompt attention Rentals
looked after Phone 91 Office No
1206 12 Main street
the best
Lmundry
work
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
as 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
412tf
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 dress to a
pretty girl The best looking the
best made and the best wearing har
ness is furnished by
HERMAN SCHMIDT COMPANY
ThePalestine Real Es
tate and Investment
Association
Sharesfn thi3 Association are
selling at par 50 each fully
paid up and nonassessable This
Association has been paying divi
dends for several years past
Loans are made on property See
Secretary for further particulars
A R Howard President
W C Kendall Secretary
Boyds
Market and Grocery
For the best fresh and
cured meats staple
and fancy groceries
fruits nuts and can
dies
Phone 463
509 LacvSI
K Wyatt
TRANSFER LINE
Quick Service and
Satisfactory Work
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO UOVIH
HOUSEHOLD 600DS
Telephone Number 284
SAM ROLLINS
Transfer Line
New Piano Truck just received
and your Piano moved with
out scratching
PHONES
Residence 457 Office 109
Palestine
EWER SYSTEM
I Office First National Bank Building
NEW YORK SHOE STORE
is now located one door east of Roy
all Bank Money saved on your shoe
bill by buying shoes at this store All
kinds of repairing done on short
notice
A DESSEL
>
> TOM STUART
LIVERY STABLE
> Stylish Rigs All New Horsei
Boarded Phone 537 East
of Court House

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