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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 19, 1910, Image 3

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lGod Crowds Heard Speeches Yester
day and Last Night Debate
Scheduled For Tonight
Good crowds attended the Socialist
en 6pm5nt at CartmelPs Lake Park
yesterday Three meetings were held
Att T A Hickey author of Roose
Velt the Political Dr Cook address
jed the morning and afternoon meet
ings and Mr Reddin Andrews the
Socialist candidate for governor
gspoke last night
After his address the Socialist can
didate for governor was interviewed
by a Heraid man He said We are
Jnaking a strong canvass of the state
< This is the fourteenth encampment I
thave spoken at The people are turn
ing to Socialism as never before They
are sick of the Bailey fight and are
Isdre over the recent primary when a
wet governor was nominated on a dry
platform I expect 75000 votes There
is a Tvave coming similar to the Pop
ulist wave of the early 90s The fu
ture looks bright
Miss OReilly a Chicago school
feacher will speak on womans suf
frage tomorrow morning
Tonght at 8 oclock a debate will
take place between Prof J G H
Buck of Palestine and Mr Hickey
Subject Social Democracy vs Single
Tax Democracy
To Our
Resolution of Respect
Whereas Our Heavenly Father has
called unto Himself the soul of our
beloved president and brother H J
Griffith and
Whereas by his exemplary life and
conduct he was loved honored and re
spected by all who knew him and had
endeared himself to all with whom he
came in contact and
Whereas we keenly feel and de
plore the loss to us of our beloved
president and brother therefore be
Resolved That Palestine Local No
= 36f Retail Clerks International Pro
jective Association in regular session
assembled do hereby extend to the
Tiereaved family of Bro Griffith our
heartfelt sympathy and condolence
and commend them to that care and
protection that never ceases and who
alone can alleviate their suffering and
comfort them in this the hour of their
row and be it further
Resolved That a copy of these res
olutions be spread upon the minutes
of this local that a copy be sent to
each of the local papers a copy be
he family and that the char
in ncttrnkig for a
sixty days
Signed Palestine Local No 3G1
Retail Clerks International Protect
ive Association
Jas A Browne Dead
i Jas A Browne who was confined
in an insane asylum for twelve years
and who was liberated a few months
ago and who was sueing two broth
ers and a sister for illegal detention
claiming they were trying to get him
out of the way to secure his prop
erty and who was reputed to be
worth 4000000 d ed suddenly at
Brownsville Tuesday night supposed
ly from heart failure Browne had
i made a hard fight for his liberty Fi
nally getting attention directed to
this case a judge pronounced him of
sane mind and he was set free
To our Customers at Large
We are going to discontinue our
credit business from today but will
sell close for cash Would like to
Tiave your cash trade
Yours respectfully
193t Hughes Johnson
City Commission and Our
Board of Trade
I see in the Herald frequent indica
tions of a des re among our people for
civie improvement I see invitations
to our citizens to attend the meetings
of the Board of Trade to push and
Its Aroma Isdelicious Its Flavor
is rich Its Body is fine
In making good coffee
One essential you find
To secure good results
You must have a good kind
Your grocer has it Ask him to
supply you
tapper Goifee lm
New Orleans La
PearlstoneNjro Co Palestine
Wholesale Agents
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pull for a better Palestine and a more
prosperous Anderson county This
causes me to say what follows To
night there will be a discussion at
Cartmells Lake Park of the question
Single Tax Democracy versus Social
Democracy The partes are T A
Hickey state organizer of the So
cialist party in Texas and J G H
Buck superintendent of public instruc
tion In this discussion I shall de
vote special attention to the question
of taxation and show how it may build
up or pull down a city state or nation
Hence I invite you of the City Com
mission and of the Board of Trade to
hear this discussion Likewise I urge
all who can to attend It will afford
a nice auto or buggy ride in a moon
light night to a debate on a live
question J G H Buck
Some Smooth Artist Lifted Sixteen
Dollars From Cash Drawer In
Baggage Room
Yesterday some time between
1040 and 1 oclock some one entered
the baggage room of the I G N
and unlocked a cash drawer and stole
1600 in cash belonging to Clarence
Angell acting temporary baggage
master in the absence of Mr Shamb
lin who is away on his vacation Mr
Angell missed the money after return
ing from dinner He cannot account
for the loss as he has the only keys
known to exist to the drawer He
says the money was there all right
when he went to dinner and was
gone when he returned and that is
all he knows about it It was his pri
vate money Officers were notified
but so far have obtained no clue
the thief
Vote For Your Favorite In the Labor
Day Queen Contest Voting
Box at Swifts Store
The following is the vote in the
contest for Labor Day Queen up to
Friday morning Aug 19
Miss Ouida Barnes 423
M ss Maud Ella Garner 370
Miss Ava Moore 125
Any young lady in Palestine can
enter the race for Queen provided
she is nominated by a member of
some local union
List of letters remaining in
postoffice at Palestine Texas
the week ending Aug 16 1910
sons calling for any of this mail will
please say ADVERTISED and give
date A charge of one cent will be
made on each piece of mail so ad
I Geo W Burkitt Jr
Ladies List
Miss Esther Anderson Mrs A H
Black Mrs Matilda Berry Mrs Cal
lie Clewis Mrs Mandy Drawling
Mrs Mollie Doherty Mrs W C
Day Mrs Sallie Davis Albrdie Green
Mary An Hutson Mrs Francis Har
ris Mrs Mary Hastings Mrs Dora
Johnson Miss Lue R Johnson Mrs
J E Miner Miss Ethel McCann Mo
selle Mury Mrs Emma Ruterns
Margy Raps Mrs Maude Rodgers
Miss Mira Renhorn Miss Mary Rob
erts Miss Lettie Richter Miss Sallie
May Stewart Mrs W H Turner Miss
Queen Washington Mrs Ellen White
Mens List
Malcom Bailey M A Davis Pick
ens Greer Ed Green T H Hender
son Aaron Hinson W H Hamilton
Jack Jackson L S Lamier Walter
Moore H B Miller B C Overton
W A Potts John Henry Sceans Dan
Reeves A J Reevis C R VanHorsen
H W Worsham
Official Letters
Lizzie Whitehead Pearl and Fan
nie Davis Young
For the Week Ending Aug 9 1910
Ladies List Mrs Martha Akin
Mrs Laura Bingham Martha Butler
Lena Bailey Miss Connie Cowen Mrs
Mary Duncan Miss Pearl Ebolee Mrs
Sue Hall Lugene Helm Mrs Nettie
lackson Mrs Lucy Knight Miss Ada
Richard Mattie Moore Miss Julia
Plaag Mrs Mary Reece Miss Daisy
Stewart Miss Varrie Sims Miss Mar
tha Smith Mrs Martha Starke Fan
nie Swanson Tesher Woodson
Mens List Simon Burris E M
Bailey W W Case McNeil Chapman
C C Freeman T G Gailan R A
Hanawaker William Jones George A
Jarvis J D Kinney J J Lea Co
J W Lambert J B Neil Houston
Nichols George Peible Clarence
Quarles W M Roberts George Stout
J Smylie Wm Spiegel 1 H Sander
son L F Vlgnes Johnnie Woodward
Foreign Letters Mrs M B Jones
M L Vincent
Herald Want Ads bring results
s H
Made a Big Hit at the Airdome Last
Night and Drew Big Audience
New Vaudeville Team
The Airdome was literally packed
last night and in addition to the
usual good bill of motion pictures and
vaudeville a minstrel first part was
given by the Southern Kid Minstrels
a local organization The minstrel
was composed of vocal numbers and a
bunch of jokes and some specialty
work by teams The program was
well executed and the boys got many
encores The Airdome affords a place
of amusement for Palestine peopler
and the business is flattering to the
management The vaudeville teams
are above the average shown in pic
ture shows and the pictures are in
teresting and often instructive A
new vaudeville team is on the bill for
this evening beside a program of
good pictures
One twostory brick store building
located in the heart of the business
district of the city extending through
the entire block from Spiing street to
Main street this building is in splen
did condition and can give possession
of same promptly This building
rents for 10000 per month and we
can make an attractive price on the
same for the next few days
One large twostory ten room resi
dence located on lot with nearly an
acre of ground on the south side of
the city in one ofthe best neighbor
hoods in Palestine house only five
years of age and in splendid condi
tion and cost to build 300000
House faces south and east also
barn and servants house and other
outbuildings large oak trees in yard
to provide plenty of shade Price
300000 and the best bargain in Pal
estine Terms 120000 cash and the
balance in monthly payments To
any one wanting a choice large home
it is worth their time to investigate
this as the lot is worth 200000
Apply to Kendall Wilson
Nervine Pills
The great iron and tonic restorative
for men and women produces strength
and vitality builds up the system and
renews the normal vigor For sale by
druggists or bymail 100 per box 6
boxes for 500 Williams Manuiacj
turing Co Props Cleveland O
For sale by Bratton Drug Co
1000 Reward
for any Sewing Machine made In the
last 30 years that I cant make do as
good work as when new H F Clif
ford 411 N Sycamore street Phone
259 18Gt
Tired Ailing Swollen Smelly Sweaty
Feet Corns Callouses and Bun
nions TIZ Cures Right Off
Say goodbye to your corns the very
first time you use TIZ You will
never know you have a corn bunion
or callous or sweaty tired swollen
aching feet any more Its Just won
derful the way the pain vanishes
Rub the corn hammer it with your
first if you wish no more pain after
TIZ than if there had never been a
iblemish on your feet Doesnt that
good to you Doesnt it Then
iread this
The corns on either of my toes
jvere as large as the tablets you make
to cure them Today there is no sign
jf corns on eith r foot and no sore
ness Its an uptodate Godsend
Sam A Hoover Progress N C
Just use TIZ Its not like anything
olse for the purpose you ever heard of
Its the only foot remedy ever made
which acts on the principle of draw
ing out all the poisonous exudations
vhich cause sore feet Powders and
Jther remedies merely clog up the
ores TIZ cleans them out and
< eeps them clean It works right off
You will feel better the very first
time its used Use it a week and you
an forget you ever had sore feet
There is nothing on earth that can
compare with it TIZ is for sale at
ill druggists 25 cents per box or
direct if you wish from
Luther Dodge Co Chicago 111
gg S Sp e Jfif
From plain storm to fancy
i 1
The condition of the cotton crop in
Alabamais far below normal
At a district conference held in
Commerce Ga the stewards made a
mistake and served Coca Cola instead
of grape juice at the communion ser
Theofficial census estimate for the
UnitedrrStates is given out as 90
RungesTexas will ship one hundred
cars ofcqrn this fall
The water famine at Denison is
the worst since 1901
E B Garner of Brown wood found
a pearl in the Concho river weighing
108 grains
A fourteen year old boy has been
arrested at Beevllle charged with i
503000pounds of wool spring clip
was shipped from San Angelo to east
ern millsfrecently
Land near Granger Williamson
county isselling for better than 100
per acrel
Heavy rains have fallen over the
rice beltof Texas and Louisiana re
A train on the Galveston Houston
Henderson road recently made a
run of 42 miles In 35 minutes the
fastest on record in Texas
A farmer near Terrell raised forty
bushels of onions on onefourth acre
of land
The new 40000 Santa Fe station
at Brownwood has been completed
and opened to the public with a big
W D Chandler and wife of Cisco
recently celebrated their sixtieth
wedding anniversary
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Is
in the west investigating the disas
trous forest fires and says the loss
this year Is the heaviest ever known
in this country that forty large fires
on the government reserves have
been brought under control but that
about fifteen are still burning Con
gress made an appropriation to fight
the fires but the dry weather in that
section makes them harder to con
Car load Jof buggies and surrles
Walter I 1910 stylesjfjust set up at H Schmidt
Co s
We will be ready to show you
the latest i i ladies tailoring
We will have on display
Les Parisiennes Plates
The fountain head for ladies tailoring styles
Designs of suit
ing coatings and
Different shades
o f i mported
Out of many we mention the
Finished and unfinished diag
onals strips and plain weave
gfSUITINGS INCLUDE Kratz Burks Simonis Paquins
Geras Ratines Chrmosas Marvillieus Doucets
Drecalls Tuscans Why order out of town when you have
the worlds best selections at your door
Call and get posted on styles and woolens We will take pleasure
tin showing you You are welcome and under no obligation to order We
guarantee to fit you Our prices are the lowest
Suits 1500 to 6000 Coats 1150 to 6000
Skirts 600 to 2250 Capes 800 to 4500
Mens Department
at Head or Hall
Over Palestine National Bank
Ladle Department
at need of Stairs
is a joy in any household to say
nothing of its sanitary necessity
One of the chief lines of our
plumbing business irthe furnish
ing and installing of bathtubs
and wash stands connected witb
the water supply and sewer sys
tem by the latest devices in pip y
ing Get a free estimate of cost
Exceptionally Fine
f It is the unusually rich and exclusive
I designs that you see in many of the
I pieces of Furniture at our store
We make a specialty of odd pieces
not usually found in Furniture stores
except at high prices and our prices
are low so low that you wonder
how it is done
f3IS Buy Now > Pay Later
W MITCHELL The Furniture Man
Phone 782 SI8 Spring
Made Any Time Day or
Night Rain or Shine
RING 329
Unform nied Grapa Juico lorComaan >
Ion Furpocm and Sick ChiraDor i
Old Port Wine 3 years old S160per sl Sherry Wine I
years old 51B0 per gal Good Table Claret 100 per gaf
Fine Old Blackberry Wlnebesttnthemarket Thonowines
bare taken first premiums In Dallas Honston and Ban An
tonio tor many yoars and are
ery respeot Jngs found and
he olty free of aiiarri
ranteed to be pno in er
nes delivered to any part ol
WR WWirilHiX 113 Dow r 3trl
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