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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, June 17, 1910, Image 3

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List of Candidates Who Have Author
ized Their Names Placed on
the Ticket
Tomorrow is the last day on which
candidates can get their names on the
ticket to bev voted at the July 23pri
mary Those who do not get their
names in then will be too late Pol
lowing is the ticket so far as made
Representative J F Nash Z
Broughton J B Rose
District Clerk Jno R Moore
County Judge 0 J Addington O
C Funderburk Jno F Watts
Sheriff W J Pierce Henry Davis
County Attorney R M Johnson
County Clerk J E Britton C O
Tax Collector Z A McReynolds T
C Spencer Clay Cotton Jr i
Tax Assessor W M Brown Tab
Sadler H H Gfenn C J Grainger O
B Rogers L J Berryman
County Superintendent J G H
County Treasurer V F Dubose W j
H Farlsh Homer Bradford Jno Q
Adams T Rogers Mrs1i R Gam
taage H B Ramsour W F Davis
W D Williamson J L Tucker B F
County Surveyor WL Horn
CountyCommissioner Precinct 1
W G Gore J E Holmes
County Commissioner Precinct 2
W A Collier G W Denson
County Commissioner Precinct 3
C D Davis A
County Commissioner Precinct 4
W H Harding
Justice of Peace Precinct 1 Office
No 1 J B Phillips
Justice of Peace Precinct 1 Office
No 2 A N Dexter Thos S Word
VC C Morris Steve Crist
Constable Precinct 1 F E Dublin
D H Guinn Festus Zachary
Justice of Peace Precinct 2 F C
Constable Precinct 2 R F Hen
Justice of Peace Precinct 3 T
Justice of Peace Precinct 4 C
Constable Precinct 4 C F Milner
Justice of Peace Precinct 5 J W
Constable Precinct 5 J J Hill
E J Vannoy J B Fitzgerald
Justiceof Peace Precinct0 J C
fMT uTel h TotwaukOn Floor
Stain 1 like it fine It gives perfect
Mrs B Jj Bentley
Sold by Silllman Hdw Co 155t
Gone to Sick Sister
J Last night Mrs Black wife of the
sheriff and sister Mrs P G Adams
left for Tahoka In Lynn county Tex
as called there because of the serious
illness bf a sister Mrs TomBrown
1 who lives out there Sheriff Black
went as far as Longvlew with them
Stovesl StovesI
Cheap for the next 30 days Guar
anteed equal to any on market at
much lower prices WyattMclnnls
Denby 611lm
1000 given for any substance in
jurious to health found in food pre
pared with Calumet Baking Powder
Chairman J D DuPuy of the Colquitt
Reception Committee Extends
The Herald is requested by Chair
man J D DuPuy of the Colquitt re
ception committee td announce that
the ladies of the city and county are
especially invited to hear Mr Col
quitts speech at the clty hall tomor
row afternoon at 4 oclock Mr Col
quitt is an interesting speaker and
will no doubfattract a large audience
Mr Colquitt will arrive from the
south tonight and the following gen
tlemen will act as the reception com
jTD DuBuy A L Bowers D M
Barrettf C A Sterne C M Kay W
R Petty J D Smullen W O Van
diver H Cohen S P Allen Adam
Cone Dick Wright C D Wright P
C Cotton Sr H L Cook John R
Hearne Sr John R Hearne Jr Ben
Hearne John Townsend Leo David
son H R Moore E J Ezell Dr C
iS Bratton Jim Flanagan George
Tucker W B Flanagan Dr Rose
Dalton Rose Capt Vandevender E O
Griffin T M Norsworthy Lee Robin
son Matt Davenport Sims Colley
Chester Hassell John R Moore Thos
Daniels H N Longmore John Kol
stad H Peaflstone H M Hinzie C
Rogers Frank Potter Jim Bowen
Edgar Hill W E Swift Chas Jacobs
H A Spielberger E Erhart W J
Caldwell D C Bowdon Clint Bow
don John Bowdon Yancy Brizendine
Ed Short Wm Broyles Fred Broyles
Geo Broyles J W Nance Geo Har
ris V Dubose W > F Morris Dilley
Brojles Walter Ash Dr Evans L D
Lacy S E Reed Dr J M Colley
Sam Lucas W Karn
Fred Stork A N Spaith B H
Brooks W T Knighton B Wilson
Horace Powell Dr Seal W M Mar
tin Jim Redwine Ed Redwine Jake
Redwine P A Kolstad Macon
MIchaux John F Brown Bud Parker
Luke King Tom King Dr Converse
Oscar Maine Floyd Maine Leland
Douthit Chas Williams Achie Gar
ner J C Roquemore Webb Wright
Mike Kartye J H Giddings S
Maier Albert Short Capt Tom Slaugh
ter Frank Matthews Billie Caldwell
J B Taylor
Calumet Baking Powder complies
with all Pure Food LaWs both state
Results yesterday
Houston 7 Dallas 5
Oklahoma City 1 Waco 0
Shreveport 7 SailAntonio G
Fort Worthy 4 Galveston 3
Will Play Bail
The General Office ball team will
go to Oakw oods tomorrow to play ball
with a local team there and the boys
say they will carry a strong a ggrega
tion with them A week from tomor
row Oakwoods will come here for a
series of games
I am now located at the Fair
Grounds where you may have your
horse broke and gaited See me
for particulars Hillary H Padon tf
Insist on Calumet Baking Powder
r y i
G N Officials Visit Tyler For
Conference With Fruit Men 3D
refund your money if you
are not satisfied with using
Calumet Baking Powder
Could you aslc for a fairer
Calumet Baking Powder
ing with local fruit men together
with Traffic Agent C E Wood i WJ
reference to changing the schedule
the fruit train which now leaves th
city about half past eight
It is urged that It is imposs
jjetsthetruitand to
and sealed by that time on account
of the farmers not being able to get
their stuff to the shed before late In
the afternoon and hence it cannot be
loaded in so short a time It is de
sired that the special fruit train
leave Tyler between 10 and 11 oclock
Cotton Belt trains leave about this
time and it is impossible to get the
stuff loaded earlier
The officials in Tyler today are H
Martin general superintendent N M
Leach general freight agent T C
Radey division superintendent The
party is traveling in Mr Martins spec
ial car andwill return to Palestine
this afternoon
It is likely that Ihe schedule will
be changed to suit the convenience
of the fruit men Tyler Courier
Calumet Baking Powder must give
jou satisfaction or your money rej
Mrs Housekeeper
LZOUR grocer is authorized
nly Thing That Stands Between Pal
estine and Big Union Revival Is
the Necessary Funds
KThe following are some extracts
from a very favorable letter written
vby Dr R A Torrey evangelist in
answer to an inquiry from our local
jriinisters as to the possibility of en
gaging him for a union meeting here
In October
He says I would entertain an in
vitation from that city but could not
promise now that I would accept it
three other
There are two or places
with which I am in correspondence
about the month of October but I
think I would go to Palestine rather
than these other places if everything
vas satisfactory
L I set no price on my services
Committees pay me what they choose
I seldom know until the close of the
meeting what they are going to pay
me It varies more or less Uusually
Several officials of the I G N It Is raised by a free will offering
railway are in the city today consuUrl taken on the last two Sundays and
the nights Intervening I am not after
the money and I have never had any
occasion to complain at the amounts
paid me
pt permit a public collection
Ither for me or the wdrk
meetlng and say how much they will
give This may bring in more money
but I think it brings reproach on the
cause I do not criticise others for
doing it but I could not do it myself
< If you decided to call me you
should secure a guarantee fund before
the meetings began Part of this
should be paid in The tabernacle
should be paid for at all events Of
course the collections will cover a
large share of the expenses but in
very few places have they covered all
and it is not safe to depend upon it
It Is a great deal easier and more
satisfactory In every way to go
around and get everybody possible to
contribute toward the work A great
many will be willing to subscribe 1
or 10 and even more It is a good
thing to get the money from as many
people as possible Of course I do not
mean the money for me That has
very seldom if ever been subscribed
beforehand and I have no desire that
It should be and If It was I would
not want to know It
The helpers that are with me I
do not ask that the churches guaran
tee to pay though they always have
done it I guarantee to pay them
Possibly if we could not go In Oc
tober we might go some other month
Ask your grocer to refund your
money if you do not like your first
an of Calumet
Col Geo Wright In Charge
Dr T W Smith Is oft on a ten
days visit to Mississippi but before
Heaving delegated to Co Geo Wright
the cutsody of the Herald split log
drag and the colonel if opportunity
offers before the return of Dr Smith
will proceed to demonstrate the ef
fectiveness of the drag Of course
ft will have to rain first and the
streets will have to become muddy
and the opportune time must be select
ed when the fairup comes and the
mud is In a plastic condition susce n
tlble to the smoothing influence of the
draff Conditions are drouthy now
but there will come a time a time
when the roads will need the drag
And at that time the drag will be
applied with vigor The streets
where tried are going to be made to
dry out smooth
Cord Wood For Sale
Four foot lengths any quantity at
3 a cjord Notify through postofflce
J J Kedwlne Route G Palestine Gt
You are looking after your own
I health Insist on Calumet Baking
ave Part of What You Earn
A D AlKire Says His Orchard
Also Saw the Comet and Got
Busy With Science
Mr A D Alkire read the articlein
yesterdays Herald about a Palestine
hen producing a comet egg and at
once called on his orchard to see
what effect if any had been produced
on his fruit by the heavenly visitor
He found a peach nicely developed 1
J with a beautiful rosy cheek of red
R N Bush Dr Walter Rawley Jeit <
a tajl The m wag m th
Rawley Sam Miller Hill Miller Dan j
of a smaer peach growth
LaRoeH A Everett Caro
DuPuyj ach and t hafl irQW
E E Walker E J Bonds A S Pox j <
and slim Jt was stck gtra
C C Harris H
up indicating that It got Its inspira
tion directly from the real
Next please
And Put it to
10WPIante f
agnaila Parv
Each Month Will Grow Into Big Money
Before You Realize It
> rfj
E EB AD KINS At Motley Drug Store Phone 85
Magnolia Park Land Co 91G Texas Ave Houston Texas i
Fcwr Hours of Perpetual
The Westinghouse 8inch Home Fan will give you a cool
refreshing breeze on the hottest day for the trifling cost of
14 cent an hour f
It is light and can be carried from room to room And it
can be used either as a Avail or desk fan Can you afford
not to have one
Perhaps you want a larger fan for the office or store
and examine our line all types forall purposes
Palestine Electric Ice Go
Made to Your Measure
Tailored in Every ParticularCorrect in Deslp and Hang
shop for Ladies only with Lady Attendants I cut
and make Skirts from the whole cloth of your selection to
your measure of any design you may select I show a line of
Woolens for skirts that cannot be equaled outsideof the largest
Do you have trouble to get a skirt that looks well on you
can Design one that will Look Well
> e The Tailor
At the Head of the Stairs Over Palestine National Bank
Wheat Bran per ioo lbs r140
Corn Meal per sack 65
Granulated Sugar per ioo lbs 575
Alfalfa Hay per bale 6S
Buffolo Syrup per gallon 55
Unfinished Work
Wont worry you when we get the or
der We put the jobs through as quick
ly as possible and we dont slight them
eitherV We dont have to fool around
considering how this or that should be
done but we know how as soon as we
see it Let us fill your pipes with smoke
we can tell in ten minutes if jour
isdefective and just what it will cost
tto fix it
Shop Cor Oak and John Sts
Should you need Cotton Ginning dine Grinding Saw Mill other
Machinery or repairs for same it matters not by whom made Dilleys
all if will consult
can save you time trouble or money perhaps you
them You are desirious of building up Anderson Countygive proof of
it by first giving home factories emplojing home labor an opportunity
to serve you and then all thingB being equal give them the preference
Call ozx or AddraHi
Geo M Dilley < SL Son
Ttlitlna X x
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