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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, July 14, 1910, Image 5

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MERCHANTS ARE BOS
MidSummer Sales Bring Out Big
Crowds to Take Advantage of
Bargain Offers
The stores advertising midsummer
bargain sales have done a great busi
ness today 411 of them have had im
mense crowds and the people have
found real bargains This is one of
the last big cleanup sales before the
buyers get away to market to look
> for fall and winter goods The sales
coming at this time of the year are
especially appreciated from the fact
that there are almost three months of
summer weather and demand for sum
4sr goods
U
WE US AND CUPID
fill Be Presented at the Airdome By
Rhodes Rhodes and Winifred
Thfe management says
Good crojvds attended the Airdome
last nignt and good programs of mo
tion piptures and vaudeville were
given
Tonight the Airdome will open with their acceptance the program commit
a trio of vaudeville artists composed tee of the fair are not giving out their
of Rhodes Rhodes and Winifred pre subjects
senting the tabloid comedy We Us
and Cupid This is a highclass dra
matic act and Mr Rhodes portrays J
three different characters in the
sketch
The feature film in motion pictures
will be a Vitagraph subject entitled
The Wayside Shrine a drama with
the most delicate touch of dramatic
skill replete with heart interest A
melody < 5r joy and sadness most beau
tifully told
TROUP FAIR PROGRAM
Interesting Subjects Will Be Discuss
ed July 20th and 21st
Troup Texas July 13 Your cor
respondent has been handed the fol
T iiP P
as nearly as possible to suit his con
venience
Education a Dividend Payer for
the Parmer Hon Clarence Ousley
Editor Fort Worth Record
West Texas Methods of Empire
Building Secretary Homer D Wade
Stamford Commercial Club
Cultivating Brains to Cultivate the
Soil President R T Milner A
jr College
Fairs a Stimulus to Development
Hon Guy L Stewart Industrial
Agent Cotton Belt railroad
Live Stock In Farm Economy
Dr H H Harrington Director Texas
State Experiment Stations
Present and Future of Farmers
Cooperative Demonstration Work
Dr W F Proctor Federal Depait
ment of Agriculture
j Development Work for Town and
Country Hon E B Alford Hender
son Commercial Club
Jerseys and Battleship Hogs for
East Texas Meadows Hon R R
Claridge Immigration Agent I G
N railroad
Importance of State Fair Exhibits
Judge S A Lindsey President East
Texas Industrial Congress
A number of other prominent speak
ers have been invited but pendin
In Memory of Lord Chesham
Herald Special
chief speaker The statue was erect
ed in appreciation of the late Lord
Cheshams services in organizing vol
unteer cavalry for the South African
war and also for his services in the
field
At the Al Fresco Fete by the Cath
olic Ladies July 15th at the Convent
Grounds the admission price of 25
cents includes ice cream and cake
lowing announcement respecting the purest ice cream and homemade
program of the two days fair to be cake t 133t
Jield here Wednesday and Thursday
July 20 vand 21 The particular day j Phone 1063 for the choicest of
and hour at which each speaker wll peaches tomatoes and blackberries
address the people will be arranged fresh picked every day 2tf
BRATTON DRUG CO Special Agents
WILL HAVE GOOD CROWD
scattered areas in the North and Mid
dle Atlantic states the Ohio and Ten
nessee valleys the Gulf states the
Missouri valley and in Utah Temper
ature changes have been slight ex
cept in Nevada and Soutli Dakota
whereit is decidedly warmer The
piessure distribution indicates partly
cloudy weather for this vicinity to
night and Friday
T R Taylor
Official in Charge
Choice Peaches
Delivered to any part of city in
crates or otherwise Phone 199 B
H Gardner Jr 7Gt
WHEN YOl FEEL BAD
If you are bilious languid constipated suffer from indigestion sour belching
bloated feeling bad breath headache wind in the bowels dizzinass you need
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS
The Great System Cleanser and Regulator
A few doses will open and purify the bowels tone up the stomach stimulate
the kidneys and liver and impart a feeling of strength and vigor It transforms
a tired nervous halfsick man or woman into one of bright ruddy good health
energy and cheerfulness
Oct the Genuine with the Figure 3 In Red on Tront Label
Sold by Druggists Price 100 per bottle
v + tJiX
Hon T H McGregor of Austin Will
Advocate Mr Davidsons Elec
tion In a Speech
The local Davidson followers aie
taking great interest in the coming
of Hon T H McGregor who will be
here Saturday and who will deliver
a speech in the interest of Hon R V
Davidsons candidacy at the city hall
Saturday night at 830 Mr Mc
Gregor is known as a brilliant speak
er and w 11 interest those who hear
him The friends of Mr Davidson
heie urge all people to come out and
hear the speech All of the speakers
should be given a cordial welcome
and be treated with all fairness It Is a
pleasure to hear a good speech even
if you do not agree with the speaker
WEATHER FORECAST
Published By Authority of ths Secre
tary of Agriculture
For Palestine and vicinity until 7
p m Friday Tonight and Friday
partly cloudy weather
Minimum temperature 72
Maximum temperature 90
I Weather Conditions
The disturbance that was over the
1
St Lawrence valley yesterday morn
London July 14 A statue of the lng ilas moved rapidly eastward into
late Major General Lord Chesham the Atlantic and is now beyond the
was unveiled at Ajlesbury today withrange of reports The western storm
interesting ceremonies Lord Rothsj has moved slightly eastward and is
child presided at the exercises and causing very warm weather in the
Field Marshal Earl Roberts was the plateau states Rain has fallen over
ivioo
ENGINE LEFT THE TRACK
Governor Campbell Was Passenger on
State Railroad When Engine
Jumped the Track
The regular outbound passenger
train on the State Railroad which
left Palestine at 230 yesterday after
noon and on which Governor Camp
bell was a passenger to Crystal Lake
was wrecked just a short way beyond
the Y south of the city The engine
left the track but did not turn over
and no special damage was done No
one was injured The train was de
layed for some time The governor
was en route to Crystal Lake to take
a rest
SOWING BAD SEED
Herald Reader Writes Interestingly
on Gubernatorial Race
Editors Herald
Virginias noble son of revolutionary
fame once said It is natural foreman
to indulge in the illusion of hope so
man does or should expect results
from every action Whatsoever a
man sows that shall he also reap
This is true in both the natural and
moral world If a man plants corn
he expects the result to be corn more
aboundantly and so on throughout
all nature The same is true of the
moral world what we sow we must
reap a like result either good or
evil according to our sowing
The people of Texas will be called
upon to plant some seed on the 23rd
day of this month the seed of the
ballot hat will be farreaching in
their effect Upon the quality of seed
placed inthe ballot box in our state
depends the happiness and comfort of
women and childrenyet unborn The
above thoughts were suggested by
reading an article in your paper of
July 12th in which a certain person
appeals to our love for our wives and
children to vote for O B Colquitt for
governor
Now does this man or any other
stop to think what would be the result
of a vote or rather votes enough to
elect said O B Colquitt What would
be the result of the triumph of the
principles he supports Answer The
open saloon Then what Drink
Then what To this I know no bet
ter answer than that on the accom
panying card which I ask you to re
print in full
The following poem was composed
by Cijgfis Johnson aprisoner at Jef
f e rs n vi ijler la d who lays his down
fall to the social glass as he forged
a check while under the influence of
llcuor <
A bar to heaven
A door to hell
Whoever named it named it well
A bar to manliness and wealth
A door to want and broken health
A bar to honor pride and fame
A door to sin and grief and shame
A bar to hope a bar to prayer
A door to darkness and despair
A bar to honored useful life
A door to brawling senseless strife
A bar to all thats true and brave
A door to every drunkards grave
A bar to joy that home imparts
A door to tears and breaking hearts
A bar to heaven
A door to hell
Whoever named it named it well
Respectfully
A Friend
PROGRAM
Al Fresco Fete July 15 1910 Con
vent Grounds
Piano Staccato Brfhm Miss
Louise Stevens
Voice selected Little Miss Marie
Grimes
Violin Fifth Air Varie Daucla
T D Gunning
Voice Quartette The Rosary
Nevin Mesdames Horwits McCann
Misses Burton Denman
Piano selected Mrs James Mc
Cann
Voice Waltz Me Till Im Dream
ing Little Miss Marie Grimes
Voice selected Miss Burton
Celebration In New Orleans
Herald Special
New Orleans La July 14 The
French colony of New Orleans which
is proportionately larger than that of
any other city of the United States
today indulged in its annual fetes in
celebration of the anniveisary of the
fall of the Bastlle Concerts athletic
sports and outdoor pageants were in
cluded in the festivities
To Arrange For Korean Annexation
Herald Social
Tokio July 14 Announcement is
made that Lieut Gen Viscount Terau
chi the Japanese resident general of
Korea will depart tomorrow for
Seoul It Is the general belief that
he goes to confer with Emperor Yi
Syek in regard to the completion of
the necessary formalities for the an
nexation of Korea to Japan
Jas F Brook Architect and Engi
neer Room 26 Link Building tf
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CAMPAIGN
Do You Like Oratory
Do you want to hear the best political speech that will
be delivered this 3ear in the Gubernatorial Campaign
If so we cordially invite you to hear the
OF AUSTIN
Saturday night at the City Hall in this City when he
will speak in favor of General R V Davidson candidate
for Governor
Mr McGregor has the reputation of being one of the
finest speakers in Texas today and his speech will be a
treat to every one It will be different from the usual cut
and dried campaign speeches will be free from any abuse
of the other candidates full of logic and plain facts
Whether you are supporting General Davidson or not we
want you to come out and hear Mr McGregor
We exlend a special invitation to the ladies to be pres
ent It will be an evening well spent and will give you an
opportunity to hear one of the greatest lawyers and ora
tors in the Souths Dont fail to come
CITY HALL 8 OCLOCK
Y NIGHT JULY 16th
A G GREENWOOD
Adv Chmn Anderson Co Davidson Campaign Com
AM
Hours of Perpetual
for One Gent
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
It is light and can be carried from room to room And it
can be used either as a wall 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 for all purposes
Palestine Eleciric Ice Go
i y3 j
Call
When a Plumber is
Needed
send for us We have plenty of time
now to attend to all classes of work
This is not our busy season and it will
pay you to have your
Plumbing Heating Fitting
etc attended to now before the rush
of work begins We are thoroughly
fposted in our business and an order
from you will promptly put all our
knowledge and skill at your service
The cost willnot be great
JIM RED WINE
Shop Cor Oak and John Sts
Wheat Bran per ioo 11 s 1 140
Corn Meal per sack 65
Granulated Sugar per ico lbs 575
Alfalfa Hay per bale 65
Buffalo Syrup per gallon 55
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Old Port Wine 3 years old 1160 per al8herry Wine I
years oldJlBO per gal Good Table Claret J100 per sralj
Fine Old Blaoiberry Wlnebestlnthomarkot Thoaewlnes
have taken first premiums in Dallas Houston and San An
tonio tor many years and are guaranteed to be pnro In ev
ery respeot JHsrB found and wines delivered to any part ot
be otty tree of oharr
WHIV JT1 A PALESTINE TE2CA
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