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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, July 14, 1910, Image 8

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Mrs E E Bentley is a visitor to
Oakwoods today
Mrsj H A Everett went to Oak
woods this morning to visit friends
Joe Tonnahill and son Willie went
to Oakwoods this morning to attend a
Misses Leah and Rachael Richard
son left this morning for Calvert to
visit relatives
Mr and Mrs W J Crawford went
to Oakwoods this morning to attend
a big barbecue
Grandma McKay is reported se
iously sick at the home ofher daugh I
ter Mrs Deem
Mrs W B Robinson and Miss
Lloyd went to Oakwoods today to at
tend the reunion
Mrs T W Smith is home from a
visit to her old Mississippi home and
reports a very enjoyable visit
Mrs Tom Small left for Calvert this
morning to be the guest of Mr
Smalls mother for a few days
Will Wyatt the dairyman accom
panied by his family left this morn
ing for a visit to North Texas
Mrs T C Radey and son are the
guests of Mrs W L Cain in Tyler
and at the Cain summer home on
Lake Bellevue
Mrs Chas Schwab and son Jerome
who have been guests of Mr and Mrs
H Horwits left this morning for their
home in Austin
Erwin Wells who has been se
riously sick at the home of his mother
on South Sycamore street is able to
besup and will soon be entirely well
Rev Howard Brazelton wife and
son left for their home at Macon Ga j
today after a visit to the Misses J
Brazelton who are sisters1 of Rev
Mrs J P Weeks daughters Misses >
Annie and Mary and son Grady ac
companied by a guest Miss Duke of
Beaumont are spending the day at
Elkhart lake
H Martin superintendent C E
Crittenden chief engineer and S F
Anthony superintendent of motive
power International and Great North
ern Palestine are in Houston to
gether with a committee from the
y men who have a grievance that
has been appealed to the receiver
Judge Thos J Freeman Houston
The Catholic Ladies will give a de
lightful Al FrescoFete at the Con
vent grounds for the benefit of the
Sacred Heart church Friday evening
July 15 1910 A splendid program
and refreshments Everybody cordial
ly invited ii5t
flerald Want Ads brine remits
Get a Gas
Your Neighbor
Why Havent You
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Agonts For
Thursday Friday Saturday
750 Ladies Linene Rep Suits each at only 339
5 50 Ladies Linene Rep Suits each at only 198
750 Ladies Lingerie Dresses all colors each 339
50c Silk Lisle Hose in all shades per pair 25c
75c Rajah Silk all colors per yard at only 39c
75c 27 inch Embroidery Flouncing per yard 39c
10c Val and Torchon Laces and Insertings per yd 3c
fOc Embroideries and Insertings per yard 3c
12j4o Cabott Bleached domestic ydwide pr yd S c
15c Dress Lawns in all colors per yard 7 c
75c Mens Dress Shirts all sizes each at only 39c
1 50 Men s Dress Shirts all sizes each at only 73c
50c Mens Undershirts and Drawers each 19c
Reports of state banks show an in
crease in savings departments during
the month of June
Harry S Nugent of Houston was
killed by an accidental fall from the
third story of a San Angelo hotel
A special train of fifty refrigerator
cars is started from El Paso to
Jacksonville by the SunsetCentral
R L Bennett of Ballinger was
elected president of the Texas Ab
stracters Association
Good roads have increased Jefferson
county realty values 10000000 since
the oil strike says Sam Parks of
The charbon situation causes heavy
losses in the vicinity of Lake
Charles La
Piano Tuning
J D Braddy expert tuner will be
in the city a few days I solicit any
repairing or tuning Leave orders at
the Leyhe Piano Co or Schreiners
Music House 27tf
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Dallas Texas July 13 Texas is
getting a lot of splendid advertising
I out of its great fruit crop this year
said R D Yoakum of St Louis for
merly a railroad official in Texas I
note that one hundred car loads of
Texas fruit passed north through
Denison yesterday The crop has be
I come so large and the methods of
packing have Improved so much that
1 the Texas fruit now attracts greatat
j tention of favorable nature in the
1 northern markets The indications
are that the immigration to Texas
next fall and winter will surpass al
previous records i This will be the
result of previous advertising on the
part o f the railroads and the good
crops made in Texas this year It is
i my opinion that the fruit crop is a
greater factor in advertising the state
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than are tin other crops
Mr Yoakum is a native of Cheroke
county Texas where his father Dr
Yoakum established the first college
in this state afid as a farmer ana
nursery man was the pioneer in the
fiuit growing industry which has a
tained such great proporitions It is
natural therefore that Mr 1 Yoakum
should feel a particular interest in
the success of the Texas fruit grow
ing industry
Results yesterday
Houston 1 San Antonio 3
DallasC Oklahoma City 2
Galveston 1 Waco 1 tie
Fort Worth 7 Shreveport 5
Engagement Affirmed
Herald Special
Davenport Iowa July 14 Mrs M
Voiibrunt today confirmed the report
that her daughter Beatrice is en
gaged to young Jay Gould Miss Von
brunt is at present with the Anna
Held company playing in London
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You should not delay jpening a bank account The little things that count
are pennies The nickles and dimes that most people dont count in their ex
penditures are the ones that waste their dollars Better place them with
this bank for safe keeping and watch Ihem grow Our financial standing
is of the highest and we offer exceptional advantage
Palestine Texas
First National Bank
Pioneer Nursery Man of Texas Talks
of the Outlook
In Address at Iredell Spoke to Audi
ence of 1500 People
Iredell Texas July 13 At the an
nual county picnic of Bosque county
Hon Cone Johnson this afternoon de
livered an address to an audience of
about 1500 He spoke with a contin
uance of the fervor which has char
acterized his observations concerning
the prohibition positions of the other
three candidates of late
Stingingly severe was his d scussion
of Poindexter and his oratorical efl
fort was scarcely less barbed or less
lengthy when directed at the other
If anything this afternoons speech
was more strenuous than other recent
ones As the candidate rose to re
spond to his introduction a man near
the platform remarked in a stage
whisper he wpuld be buried on elec
tion day
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Palestines Leading Store
Mr Johnson drew his inspiration
from this comment venturing the as
sertion that the man was prejudiced
that he treasured the memories of two
years ago and thinks I Johnson
committed an unpardonable political
sin when I had the gall to fight Joe
Bailey Enthusiastic applause fol
Mr Johnson declared that but for
such prejudice as had been evidenced
I by his friend in the audience there
would be no fear of the prohibition
ists cutting their own throats in this
campaign that if they were defeated
the knife would not be found in the
pockets of the enemy but with the
pros themselves a knife marked
Seriatum Mr Johnson demanded of
his audience did he not have a right
to run for delegate at large two years
ago to run against Joe Bailey to
take the stump againts him to express
his views and his criticism of a pub
lic official etc
Yes sir regularly came the reply
The speaker declared that was what
a to waW jai 5Surj aahbiiws
We are emphasizing the fact during
this great event to the people of An
derson county of an opportunity to
buy a class of merchandise which
during your entire career as a buyer
of wearing apparel this is one of the
opportunities that never has happen
pd before and which perhaps may not
happen again within the business ca
reer of Palestine and her merchants
I am specially speaking of the stock
of ladies and childrens readytowear
that was bought of Mr Spielberger
and known as The Model Within this
stock of goods we find suits that sold
for 510000 and we will sell them
for 3500 and make a profit We find
evening waists worth 1500 and we
will sell them for 500 We find the
Alexander Kid Glove 16 buttons
worth 500 and we will sell them
for 200 Silk Skirts Furs Redfern
and Warners Corsets Cloaks for
young and old goldheaded Umbrellas
leather Shopping Bag Combs Neck
Novelties Hosiery 200000 worth of
Ladies Suits and Coaks We are go
ing to sell winter goods in the sum
mer in fact we will not put away
the good things but the entire stock
will be on our counters in our store
marked and ready to sell Thursday
morning the 14th at 9 a m and
the prices will be marked precisely
down onehalf as we bought the
stock at 50c on the dollar and the
people get the benefit of the sale
and almost go to the lower regions
before he would give up that right of
every citizen that he wouldnt make
a spectacle pf himself by running up
to Gainesville like Colquitt did and
falling down in the dust before Bailey
He repeated that there had been
too much personal politics in Texas
too much howling for one mans am
bitions adding that his Johnsons
candidacy was directed at just such
prejudice blinded voters as his
friend in the audience and that he
was making good Cone Johnson men
out of them
List of letters remaining in the
postoffice at Palestine Texas for
the week ending July 12 1910 Per
sons calling for any of this mall will
please say ADVERTISED and give
date A charge of one cent will be
made on each piece of mail so ad
Geo W Burkitt Jr
Ladies List
Mrs J V Brown Mrs T C Callo
way Miss Agnes Cremul Miss Lela
Erwin 2 Miss Cora Faulkner Miss
Hattie Freeman Cassie Jackson
Miss Ruth Journigan Miss Julia
Jones 2 Mrs Callie Moore Mrs
Lue C Numan Miss Pauline Perry
Miss Adele Rhodes 2 Mrs Annie
Rowe Miss Viney Wiley
Mens List
Ralph Crier Willie Crofford Wal
ter Donnell Ben J Duncan R L
Davis B F Gloy E H Harris Wil
lie limmerson F U McMeanes J
P Price F D Pelote Pete Roners
T A Sanders I W Waters Oscar
Official Letters
Lorenzo Leguia Reven Barren
Claude Burnett Margie Elliott G B
Foreign Letters
Sr Fermin Cisneros Sr Felesforo
Munez Sr Victor Pena Villarreal
he had done and that he would die I Herrn Frenk Weigel
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To the People Who Will Visit
rOur Store on the 14th
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Buy Your Suit From Flanagan
Rpsult hrlneers Herald want ads
Let Kendall Wilson insure your
Horses Mules and Cattle 713lm
Palestine has been one busy town
The local peach shippers got out
some additional cars yesterday
Let Kendall Wilson insured your
Horses Mules and Cattle 713 lm
Car load or buggies and surries
1910 styles just set up at H Schmidt
Co s i3tt
Bowdon Scruggs restaurant for
Club Sandwiches and Delgoda Chili
Phone 22 gjtt
WANTED To keep buggy horsa
for summer for his feed Apply Mrs
F C Eason 705 Magnolia St 143t
Phone 10C3 for Ihe choicest of
peaches tomatoes and blackberries
fresh picked every day > 2tf
Let Kendall Wilson insure your
Horses Mules and CatUe 713lm
The county candidates are at
Brushy Creek today and quite a
crowd went from this city to enjoy
the day t
NOTICE For expert dressmakng
and a guaranteed fit at reasonable
prices see Mrs J H Willis 232 Cot
tage avenue i26t
A local ball team went to Oakwoods
this morning to play a match game
with the Oakwoods team as part of
a picnic program
The pay car lid business today and
the town lias had a lively appearance
as a result The merchants who ad
vertised bargains have had a house
full of people
FOR SALE Fine Elberta peaches
at the orchard at 25c per bushel
Tlnee good milk cows giving milk at
from 25 to 35 each also full blood
Berkshire pigs See Eugene Munson
second house from Dr Poynors home
or phone 1073 i43t
Why not have our Representative call on you and explain the advantages of 1 Qpf f n
And the easy terms on which you can have a gas range installed
in your kitchen ready for use
Ash Your Neighbor
Ask Your Neighbor
Why Havent You

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