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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, July 23, 1910, Image 6

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Col G o W Burkitt is here
< John McMeans returned to Galves
ton today
Frank Strickland went down to Elk
hart today
S H Alexander aniftamliy went to
Galveston today
J R Marmion returned from the
west this morning
Edwin Ezell and wife were passen
gers south this morning
Mrs P M Hutchinson is home
from a visit to Fort Worth
Hiss Fannie Evans of Houston is
visiting Dr Gordon and family
Mrs C M Meyners who visited
relatives here returned to Houston to
day
airs ILE Wiiltnlns and baby left
today for Bayview Mich to spend the
summer
A C Green voted early this morn
ing and left on the 820 train for
Houston
Mrs Cornibe sisterinlaw of Mrs
Eugene Fore returned to Houston
this morning
Col Joe Russ who spent the night
here with friends proceeded to Hous
ton this morning
Mrs J P Bowens who visited at
the home of Dr Gordon returned to
Houston this morning
Mrs Ike Pitluk who was a guest at
the Landau home returned to her
home at Bay City today
Mr and Mrs E J Sowell and chil
dren left this morning for Jackson
ville to spend two or three weeks on
a visit
Ike Landau Abe Hart and Misses
Ida Landau Inez Swift and Maudie
Frank Bonds were among those who I
went to Galveston today I
Miss Mildred Duke who visited at
the home of Mr J F Weeks leit for j
her home at Beaumont today and was
accompanied by Miss Annie Weeks
Judge J F McCord candidate for
judge of court of criminal appeals
who spent yesterday in the city left
this morning for Tyler to vote The
judge expressed confidence in his re
election
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c Ladies Especially Invited
Ladies are especially invited to
hear AVm D Haywood lecture on So
cialism at the city hall Monday Tues
day and AVednesday nights of next
week Men of every political faith
should be willing to pay 25c to hear
this great man Ladies free 222t
Change In Hour
At St Philips church the hour of
service is changed from 11 to 10 a m
Car load of buggies and surrles
1910 styles Just set up at H Schmidt
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For Tuesday and Wednesday
Yard wide kimono Silks
10 different styles only
PER YARD
Herald Special
Springfield Mass July 21 Mrs
Eleanpr Sheppard wife of Passenger
Agent Sheppard of the Boston and
Maine railroad was shot and killed
today by George Crowley aged seven
tyone and the father of Shepards
first wife The tragedy took place in
the Sheppard apartments where Crow
ley lived Crowley is believed to be
insane
TEXAS BASEBALL LEAGUE
Results yesterday
Houston 3 Dallas 1
Galveston 1 Shreveport 0
Oklahoma City 4 Waco 3
San Antonio 5 Fort Worth 0
Result brlneers Herald want adr
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Resolve today to begin to save If you have a bank account you are pro
tected from that rainy day that is sure to come Begin now to live on less
than you make Begin now to put by the capital which will one day mean
independence to you You make a wise move if you open an account with
this sound institution Your money is absolutely safe here
First National Bank Palestine Texas
HE FAVOR 110 PARKS
And Proposition Is Now Before City
Commissioners For a Park on
the North Side
Mayor Bowers said to a Herald man
today that he favored the purchase of
two park sites for Palestine He is
highly in favor of the Reagan Park
proposition which takes in part of
the Michaux property close in provid
ed a larger acreage can he secured
He wants approximately 23 or 25
acres taking in that portion of the
Michaux land lying south of the rail
road and north of Trinity street and
which contains about that acreage A
proposition is now before the com
missioners for the sale of that amount
of land which is considered reason
able
Then the mayor has in his posses
sion this proposition for a park in the
the surrounding property is so sub
divided that the residence will face
the park This ground is reached by
three streets Queen street Tennes
see avenue and Conrad street with no
streams or railroad tracks to cross
Queen and Conrad streets running
along the full length of this plot on
either side
Assuming the intersection of Oak
street and Tennessee avenue to be a
central point Mr Merrick city engi
neer makes the statement that the
distance from this point to the plot of
ground I propose to sell to the city is
4410 feet while the distance from this
same point by the nearest street
route to the nearest point of what is
known as the Michaux Park proposi
tion is 3530 feet making a difference
between the two propositions only
8S0 feett or two ordinary city blocks
This plot of ground is entirely covered
with a forest of native trees and it
can easily be provided with a perma
nent lake fed by springs On an aver
HALF PRICE SALE
We are running on Ladies Suits and Dresses is certainly meeting
with the approval of the ladies who know a good thing when they
see it There are many reasons for the success of this sale the same as
there is a reason for everything this modern store does but principally
Quality Style Price and Variety is the foundation of this
sales success A word to you right here though while the assort
ment is good and the stock is large the selling is greater and if you <
are contemplating biding a suit or dress we would urge you to come
NOW while there is a chance of getting your size Remember too
please that all of our linen silk and wool suits and dresses are includ
ed in this sale and you may have your unrestricted choice for ONE
HALF PRICE
Think of buying fine silk Pongee andFoulard dresses at onehalf their
actual worth wool aud linen coat suits in the best and most stylish
colors and models including eloborate and simple tailored designs at ex
actly 50 per cent of their commercial value and beautiful works of the
designers art in tailored wash dresses that include the newest in color
the most artistic in trimmings and durability that can not be excelled
all sacrificed on the alter of this sale at 50c on the dollar and
there are ever so mapy more pretty style in waist and skirts that we
could write about but would much rather have 3ou come in person if
only for a look
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By Father of Her Husbands First
Wife Mrs Eleanor Sheppard
Is the Victim
northern part of the city age this ground is about CO feet
Palestine Texas July 22 1910 higher than Spring street and at
To the Honorable Mayor and thesome Points 90 feet higher The to
Commissioners of the City of Pal P ° graphy of this ground is rolling
estine j with inst enough gulley to give it per
Gentlemen I herewith submit to fect drainage and a picturesque ef
you an offer of sale to the city of Palj fect > ana enough hills to give it the
estine of a certain plat of ground in j possibilities of beautiful and artistic
the north part of the town to be used development with plenty of smooth
by the city for the purpose of a city ground besides and it is in every way
park Perfectly adapted to the purpose of a
I will sell the city a plat of ground P rlc
described as I will sell this tract of land to the
containing twenty acres
follows Beginning at the intersection city for the sum of 5000 and the only
of the east boundary line of Conrad requirement that I will make of the
street and the north boundary line > in the sale of this laHl1 at this
Cherokee avenue and running north jlow lrice > whch is ll0lt onehalf of
with the east boundary line of Conrad its actliaI value is that it be taken
street 1150 feet Then east following i over by the city in the near future
the north liiiCof my tract 73S feet tolal11 immediately thereafter be opened
the west margin of Queen street
Then south following the west mar
gin of Queen street 1150 feet to the
nortli margin of Cherokee avenue
Then west with the north margin of
Cherokee avenue 738 feet to the place
of beginning
This plat of ground is surrounded
on all sides by fifty foot streets and
The Servant
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up improved and put into shape as a
nice attractive public park and be
permanently maintained as such
Yours truly
A C Green
Mayor Bowers said now is the lime
if ever when the rtv should look to
providing park s te and that if one
site is secured it will not fully meet
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A stock of goods so bought that your pur
chases amount to just onehalf of what you should
pay for the goods
Are you going to allow this opportunity to
slip by and pay more for the goods later
This is the chance of getting vour supply
for the year of all classes of readytowear And
50c does the work of i oo
Independent Salvage Co of America
lln Charge
J E WINNER Manager
2qt
sauce
pan
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GRANITE WARE SALE
Monday 25th at
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Variety Store
8qt Berlin sauce pan 25c 6qt milk pan 10c 1qt dipper 10c 4qfc
sauce pan 10cGqt pudding pan 10c 3qt stew pan 10c 10inJry pan 10c
Not More Than One of ach to a Customer
the requirements of the people The
town he said is so located that
should a park site be chosen in either
the northern or southern portions ofL > >
the town It would be to the disad
vantage of that portion furtherest re
moved But to secure the two sites
he thinks would be admirable To
secure and improve these sites would
take an outlay of 20000 to 125000
but the city could vote a bond issue
that would not be burdensome and
that would supply these much desired
places
This matter will come before the
board at its Monday afternoon meet
ing
BROWNSVILLE GROWING
That Town Now Has Over Ten Thou
sand Population
I Herald Special
Washington D C July 23 The
census office today announced the
following populations
Brownsville Texas 10517
Childress county Texas 9538
TEXAS NEWS NOTES
State Chairman Storey expects a
poll of 300000 yptes in todays pri
maries He is not a candidate fpr re
election
The Bender Hotel atHouston will
cost approximately a half million dol
lars
Representative Moller will introduce
a bill in the legislature providing for
the guaranty of cotton bills of lading
Henry Gentry a negro whp shot
and killed Constable Jim Mitchell at
Belton was killed and burned yester
day
Ten cars of homeseekers arrived at
San Antonio Friday
Jas F Brook Architect and Engi
neer Room 25 Link Building tf
Let Kendall Wilson Insure youi
Horses Mules and Cattle 713lm
If you have anything to sell try a
prald want ri
fort
ived
LITTLE LOCAL
Buy Your Suit From Flang
Have you seen Geo A LilliBnd gS
fine uptodate grocery Phone 688
Let Kendall Wilson Insure your
Horses Mules and Cattle 713lm
JUST ARRIVED 300 dozen Fruit
Jars all sizes A S Fox 193t
G A Lillibridge handles Albatross
Flour and Golf LeaL Phone 688 lOt
Lest you forget I am still setting
tires for 100 per set B E
Blount L718lm
See our special 2500 new spring
suitings made up in any style you
prefer Micheil Donaghue the Good
Tailors > tf
Call on Geo A Lillibridge and see
my fine line of Ponthers Coffee and
Confectionery Phone 688 22ltft
WAXTED Young man or good ap
pearance oyer 21 years to travel An
ply C L Mantor Harris Apartments
Spring street 233t
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Taft Goes to Bangor
Herald Special
Mt Desert Maine July 23 Pjesi
dent Taft and party cruising Maine
waters in the Mayflower the past
week disembarked today and went tg
Bangor by special train The party V
with the exception of Taft stopped at
Ellsworth en route The president
will visit Senator Hale and after hisj
Bangor visit will spend the night aT
Ellsworth y
Roosevelt to Speak
Herald Special i
St Louis Mo July 23 Former
President Roosevelt telegraphed Gov i
ernor Hadley today accepting an in k
vitation to visit St Louis on October
11th and deliver an address He will
come from the Joel Chandler Harris
memorial service In Georgia and will
visit Arkansas and Illinois on the
same trip
The Herald prints candidate cards
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