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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 12, 1910, Image 6

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going to make a good yield despite
the dry weather In some sections he
says the people are up against a se
rious proposition and many covered
wagons will be turned this way this
Begins Tomorrow
J B McDonald returned to Neches
this morning
Mrs F D Gilliam came home from
Marlin this morning
W E Blount has returned from an l
extensive stay at Batson Texas
John Daly is down from Neches j
He is planning for a trip back to Ten1
Misses Edna Wright and Jennie
May Dick have returned home from
Judge John M King and D M Bar
rett haVe returned from the Galvesi
ton convention
Miss Mary Boyd of Houston after
a visit to the Misses Brazelton left
today for Dallas
Miss Agnes TJnger has returned
from Huntsville where she has been
the past several weeks
Assistant Auditor R E Williams
of the I G N will leave shortly
for a trip to Chicago and other points
Chief of Police Conrad Perry re
turned from Marlin this morning
where he went as a witness in court
over there
General Freight Agent N M Leach
of the I G N has returned from
an extended trip to New York and
other eastern cities
Carl Fox chief clerk to the general
freight agent will leave in a few
days for his summer vacation visiting
Chicago and other cities
A J Armstrong is here from Milam
county prospecting He wants to
secure a farm near the city to en
gage in the truck and fruit farming
Mayor A L Bowers went up to
Neches today to look after his farm
and other interests there The mayor j
had promise of a good cotton crop
but reports the drouth is cutting short
I Announcement was made this morn
Mr and Mrs G E Dilley have gone ing that the grand jury would ad
on an extended trip that will carry journ this afternoon for another re
them to California Seattle Vancou
ver through British Columbia Can
ada and the east Mr and Mrs Wal
ter Connally of Tyler joined them
here and are making the trip with
Frank Markle went south this morn
ing Mr Markle travels extensively
Let Kendall Wilson insure youf
Horses Mules and Cattle 7131 m
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Agents For
At 8 OClock A M
The Prize Winners
The Globe Dry Goods company in
connection with its big sale offered dency to hold for any higher prices Watson moved to postpone it indefi
and says this section of Texas lays prizes to the customers making the with spots selling at better than 14c njtely or until next Christmas but
it over all the other sections of the most extensive purchases during the the growers seem to be satisfied to finally made the date August ISth
state in crop yields this year The morning hours today Mrs W H let so just as quickly as possible which would lull the bill
corn is simply fine while cotton is j Simmons of this city was awarded the J I Senator Sturgeon moved that it be
j first prize of 10 in gold and Mr JI Will Meet Tonight reported favorably He and Senator
an attractive rebate land give every senator a chance
night at the Maccabee Hall at 730
vote and not
on same smother it as
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Start a savings account with this conservative institution Savings are
the fountation stones of fortunes A strong reliable bank to care for them
is essential Such an institution is this bank
First National Bank
Palestine Texas
Meet In Galveston Today For the Pur Measure Will Not Be Recalled Until
pose of Getting Ready to Handle August Eighteenth Unless By
the Cotton Crop Special Resolution
San Antonio Texas Aug 11 For
the purpose of making plans to han
dle the cotton crop with promptness
this fall the agents of the traffic de
partment of the International and
Great Northern railroad together with
the station agents at all junction
points and compress points will meet
in Galveston Friday J II Ball gen
eral agent P A Sullivan commer
cial agent and H Issard traveling
freight agent of the road at San An
tonio left tonight to attend
General Agent Ball of this city said
before leaving tonight the cotton
crop in Texas promises to be a record
breaker and unusual preparations will
have to be made this fall to handle
Austin Texas Aug 11 Senate ju
diciary committee No 2 today buried
the House Ten Mile bill and it will
not be resurrected until August 18
unless the pro members can secure
the adoption of a resolution in the
senate instructing the committee to
report the bill
The senate committee was as ruth
less in engineering its steam roller as
was the Canaies roller in the house
liquor traffic committee when it rush
ed the same bill to a favorable report
Following the postponement of the
bill to August 18 which would be the
day of the expiration of the current
session Senators Cofer and Sturgeon
gave notice that they would offer a
Afternoon Until the
Next Week
In this sale we will include every pair of mens
low cut shoes in the house The Beacon
Crossett and Nettleton shoes are too well
known to need any introductory write up and it
suffices to say that they will all be greatly re
duced for a quick clearance They will sell
like this
Men s 3 00 oxfords reduced
Men s 350 oxfords reduced toU 2 95
Men s 400 oxfords reduced toe 335
Men s 500 oxfords reduced to 1 15
Men s 600 oxfords reduced to 4 85
All tans blacks and browns included
teceiwd A full line of Whitte
mores shoe polishes in white and all colors also
black polish for gun metal shoes
one Cjrran
First of
cess until the first of next week No
report will likely be made by the jury
until the final adjournment which
may come next week
it It will probably require all of 1 resolution tomorrow instructing the
the rolling stock that the road would committee to report the bill out for
be able to muster to keep the cotton i consideration by the senate
from becoming congested at compress Tne house ten mile bilI is raore
points The crop is already moving drastc than that pending in the sen
at a lively rate from Southwest Tex ate on an adverse majority report
as It is probable that in the terrifrom the committee The house bill
tory contiguous to San Antonio there not ony prohibits the selling of liquor
has been fifteen hundred bales giniwjthin ten miles of the university its
ned By Monday every gin in this j branch Galveston and the A M
section will be running full time every College Bryan but includes all
day and some of them will have to state educational institutions support
put on night shifts What cotton has ed jn wnoie or in part from the
been ginned is being rushed to the states revenue
There seems to be no ten when the bill came up Senator
C Ball of Maydelle Texas the sec a regular meeting of the Trades Cofer insisted that the better policy
ond 500 This
prize quite
was and Labor Counci w be hed tQ
Let Kendall Wilson insure your oclock > A smoker will also be given proposed
Horses Mules and Cattle 713lm > All delegates and members of local The motion to report favorably was Car load of buggies and surries
unions are requested to be present I lost 2 ayes 5 noes 11910 styles Just set up at H Schmidt
Hpraid Want Ads brinsr rosults AM Cohen Secretary Senators Cofer and Sturgeon voted Coa Mtf
is to report the bill out of committee
Governor Is Expected to Submit Fur
ther Legislation
Austin Texas Aug 11 Some mem
bers of the legislature profess to be
lieve that notwithstanding the ninth
plank of the Galveston convention ad
vising the legislature to adjourn and
go home the governor is preparing to
send in a red hot document in a few
days callng upon the solons to act
upon the subjects submitted and re
spond to the demands of the constitu
ents It is said that the prospective
message may be along the lines of
his famous Easter message which
was sent to the senate on Easter Sun
day of last year Such a message
might be popular with a majority of
the house but would hardly prove
pleasant to a majority of the senate
The story goes that the executive is
getting his neck bowed and may ex
plode in the form of a tabasco mes
Results yesterday
Dallas 4 Galveston D
Houston 2 Oklahoma City 0
What Kind
Do You Uso
Hot Weather Comfort
The Servant Question Solved
Hot Days
J c
Weii9 i Reckon
Men s Sioo shirts for 50c
Elastic seam drawers 35c
Large towels each 5c
Ladies Si oo muslin gowns 5c
Unbleached domestic yd 4c
1 White wash skirts 75C
Pearl buttons per dozen 2c
Lisle hose 3 pair in a boxJl 45c
Any lingerie dress in the store 298
Keep Always in x ind
± The Good Kind All Colors
10c AND 15c
The UptoDate
Variety Store
in the affirmative while the noes > > > > > > > < > <
were Hudspeth Real Senter Watson V
and Murray
The bll was postponed to August
18th by the same vote
Following this action notice was
given of the intention to offer a reso
lution tomonow instructing the com
mittee to report the bill
There were some pleasantries pass
ed about the Galveston platform
Senator Sturgeon said the bill would
be seen next January and Senator
Cofer remarked that possiblyit would
come up again in November his inti
mation being that a called session
would be held in November when the
new senate is elected and which will
have seventeen pros
Buy Your Suit From Flanagan
Jas F Brook Architect and Engi
neer Room 26 Link Building tf
Let Kendall Wilson Insure your
Horses Mules and Cattle 713lm
If you want the best packing house
beef and mutton phone 1037 Kennedy
Heatly 739lm
The candidates in the final primary
have been on the hustling line today
Tomorrow the contest will be settled
Carpentry and job work of all kinds
Call on A W Norris 236 North Jack
son street TvS lm
Lest you forget I am still setting
tires for 1 0o per seL B E
Blount 718lm
The paved streets of Palestine are
kept reasonably clean but there are
some very dirty alleys in the busi
ness district
1 am now located at the Fair
Grounds where you may tiave your
norse broke and galted See me
ur uartlcuiarK Hiliaiy H Padou if
Brck work on the John H Silll
man building is nearing completion
and the building is going to be a com
modious and handsome one and will
make a complete home for the Silll
man Hardware company
Prominent Grocery Business Changes
Hands Details Come Later
Today a trade was consummated in
which a prominent grocer sold his
business to a Palestine man who re
cently retired from active mercantile
business Full details will be given
Piano Tuning
J D Braddy the piano tuner will
be in Palestine on or about the 10th
Leave orders at the Leyhe Piano Co
or Schreiners Music Store l03t
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