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PURELY PERSONAL
25 PER CENT REDUCTION
On Picture Framing for the Next 10
Days Ed Kingsbury Phone 266
OLD MELODIES
BY
The Bataca
Class
Centenary flethodist
Church
City Hall
Friday Sept 2 J 9JO
Admission 25c
A story of College
Life Told in
Melodies and
Songs
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Chas Thompson of Rusk was here
last night
J S Temple went to Marquez to
day on business
Ii E Vernon after a few da7s visit
here left for Navasota on the morn
ing train
Mrs H Ford left today for Chi
cago and St Louis partly on busi
ness and for recreation
Hon W M Imboden on his way
home from Austin spent last night in
the city going to Rusk via the morn
ing train
Mrs Walter McMeans and Miss
Mary Wright left this morning for
Bryan where they will visit Mrs Mc
Means daughter for a few days
Rev J W Sykes came home from
Hope Ark last night and proceeded
to Corpus Christi today where he will
spend a few days Mrs Sykes will be
home Thursday
Will
LABOR COUNCIL
Meet at 730 This Evening
Maccabee Hall
In
An important meeting of the Trades
and Labor Council will be held to
night at 730 oclock and all delegates
and members of local unions are urged
to be present The coming Labor
Day celebration and other important
matters will be discussed
Secretary
Rangers Bring Prisoner
Two rangers arrived from the south
on the early afternoon train having
in charge a prisoner presumably from
Houston county The mans name is
given as Henry Shipper and a charge
of murder was lodged against him
No other particulars of his arrest
were obtainable this afternoon
An interesting program has beeniar
ranged for the meeting of the Ander
son County Teachers InstituteftSbe
held in this city September G Uot 10
Three well known Texas educators
will be present the closing dayJEand
make addresses as follows The Ad
vantage of the Military Feature in
Discipline in the Common ScHools
Prof J M Carlisle exstate superin
tendent and president of CarlisleMMil
itary Academy Arlington T exas
Texas Schools State Superintend
ent P M Bralley Industrial Train
ing W B Bizzell president off the
College of Industrial Arts Denton
Texas Prof W F Davis will instruct
the teachers in school law andiprom
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Kits
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Herald want ads are result brlng
ers three lines three times 25c
Any ladies waist that sold fbrmerly
from 200 up
For ladies lingerie and tailored waists
that sold formerly for i5qto 200
For ladies wash skirts i white
Rep and linene this is a iriew lot
picked up by our buyerj n New
York and are worth 25otd 350
inence will be given to the demand
for industrlal gducation and the need
for teaching agriculture in thelfcom
mon schools The meeting will be
under the direction of Prof JaG H
Buck county superintendent As
The program of the meeting will be
published in these columns witbin the
next few days 3fjX
THE FOREST RANGER
Car load of buggies and
1910 styles just set up at H
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Essaney Western Picture Will
Shown at Airdome Tonight
Be
The management says
The Airdome had a good attendance
last night notwithstanding thetdamp
ness and cloudy weather TheJ usual
excellent program of motion pictures
and illustrated songs was presented
and this together with the baby show
contest made a most enjoyable eve
ning <
A high art Essaney subject wijl be
the main film in motion photography
this evening It is entitled iThe
Forest Ranger a drama of western
life There is a certain novelty in
this story in that the plot and theme
is something out of the ordinary deal
ing with a shbject which in the west
is not unimportant the ways and
wiles of the timber thieves and the
dramatic episodes of the forest ranger
Uncle Sams forest savior The pho
tography like in all of Essaneys
western pictures is of the finest
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Herald Want Ads bring results
and
We still have a few wash suits and tailored wash dresses left
which we will sell you at onehalf price fT
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LITTLE LOCAL FACTS
Buy Your Suit From Flanagan
The baby show contest at the Air
dome will close tonight
Upholstering and Furniture Repair
ing Ed Kingsbury Phone 266 J
Four prizes for the winners in the
baby show contest at the Airdome I
If you want the best packing house
beef and mutton phone 1037 Kennedy
Heatly 729lm
This is the last night that votes can
be cast In the baby show contest at
the Airdome
Oak Street Pressing Club press suits
for 25c Just across from the Herald
office 26Gt
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
south rooms for rent Apply to Mrs
S J Fowler 108 Dallas St 26Gt
The more you spend the more you
save at Bonds 20 per cent discount
sale Lasts four days 254t
The winners in the baby show con
test will be announced tomorrow
Saturday night
Phone 410 for Welborn Cooks auto
mobile Prompt attention to ail calls
day or night 823lm
Herbert M Hlnzie has moved his
real estate insurance and notary piib
lic office to the general office of the
Palestine Ice Fuel Gin Co on the
corner of Spring and Houston streets
Phone 73 or 511 22 Gt
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Current Issue of Magazine Devoted to
Presidents Attitude Toward
the Insurgents
Herald Special 1
Madison Wis Aug 26 Bitter at
tacks on President Tafts attitude to
ward the insurgents are the leading
features of todays issue of Senator La
Follettes magazine Tlie president is
quoted as saying that he would not
participate in the state contests and
is then censured for sending Vice
President Sherman to the recent con
vention at Milwaukee to assist the
standpatters in their fight against La
Follettes reelection
TEXAS NEWS NOTES
Doings in the legislature Insurance
deadlock is revived with little like
On Dresses Suits Skirts iand Waists
There are about 33 Lingerie dresses in Jjjnk Sky and White 5
dozen wash skirts in white and natural andfes dozen waists in a
great range of styles and material We ar anxious to dispose of
this entire lot of summer garments by September ist so with that
in view are making the following great reductions
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lihood of a compromise Jloller bill
of lading bill passed the house by a
vote of 79 to 23 Penitentiary reform
bill will be transcribed and introduced
in both houses without fuither change
The fight over the I G N bill
begins in both houses today
Cooler weather is predicted through
out the state Lght snow is reported
in the Panhandle
J M Thornton Jr and C A Hag
lin were killed in an autopassenger
collision near Samfoidyce
Frank Grice of San Antonio and Jim
Phelps of Kaufman were killed in an
automobile wreck near Forney
Fire destroyed ninetyfour bales of
cotton and a platform at Mariana
Victoria county
Sweeping reductions in lumber rates
to Boliver are made by the Sante Fe
LIGHT SNOWFALL IN PANHANDLE
Rain and Wind Caused Falling Tenr
perature In North Texas
Dallas Texas Aug 23 Amarillo in
the Panhandle reports a fall m tem
perature of from 92 to 50 degrees in
twelve hours tonight accompanied by
high wind and a heavy rain The
weather station there foiecasts a fur
ther fall tonight A temperature of
52 tlegiees with light snow is re
ported at Canadian also in the Pan
handle
Ada Okla reports a drop of 20
degrees Cooler weather is reported
from all over the lower Panhandle
Cooler weather and showers are re
ported from a number of Texas points
indicating that the severe heat wave
that began last Sunday has been
broken
WE EXTEND
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our sincerest thanks to
our many friends and
customers for their
most liberal support
given us during our
Final Clearance Sale
The easiest way to accumulate nfbank account is to put away those dimes
and quarters that you foolishlysquander Make it a rule to deposit them
every day in this bank and beforeyou know jt you will have an account to be
proud of You can start a saving account with the small sum of one dollar
First National Bank
Of Anderson County Will
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HoldtiSes
sions In Palestine Septembers
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Sixth to Tenth
Palestine
THETEAGHERS INSTITUTE LAFOLLETTE SCORES FflFT
HORWIT5
FFERING
FOR
THIS W EK
25 dozen sample towels ranging
in price from 5c up
Ladies muslin gowns worth7 5c
for 50c
Standard prints yard 5c
Men s straw hats up to 250 for 75c
ioc and 5c figured lawn for 6 c
1 00 men shirts for 50c
32inch linen assorted colors
worth 25c yard for l 15c
Keep Always in Mindg
ORWIT
HAIR NETS
The Good Kind AH Colors
JOG AND 15c
AT
THE FA1
The UptoDate
Variety Store
TWO KILLED IN AUTO WRECK
Frank Grice of San Antonio and Jim
Phelps of Kaufman the Victims
Forney Texas Aug 25 American
roadster automobile No 433 of San
Antonio was wrecked on the high
dump in the river bottom three miles
west of here about 6 oclock this after
noon and Frank Grice of San Antonio
local passenger which was
Eat that time
The dead bodies were viewed by
Squire T M Daniels whose va
was according to the above facts The
bodies were brought here and pre
pared for burial by the local under
taker The machine was slightly dam
aged
The embankment was eighteen or
twenty feet high Vhere they ran off
passing
who was driving the car and who
The car turned completel OT < fr
was in Kaufman
and Jim J
on top of the men
Phelps agent for the WellsFargo
ance arrJved
Express company at Kaufman were
instantly killed Trave Carlisle of
Kaufman who was also in the car es
caped with minor injuries He was
sitting on the rear seat Both of the
dead men were married Grice s a
soninlaw of M O Spikes of Kauf
man and Phelps is related to R O An
thony former deputy sheriff
The accident occurred at a very
dangerous place in the river bottom
and the car was being driven at a
high rate of speed persons who saw
it just before the accident stating
they were racing with the Wills Point day
Missionary Society In Session
Herald Special
Salisbury N C Aug
twentyfifth annual meeting of the
Womans Home and Foreign Mission
ary Society of the Lutheran church of
North Carolina was formally opened
in St Johns church here this after
noon Many prominent church and
missionary workers from several
states are to participate in the ses
sions which will continue until Mbn
26 The
What About The
Woman
Who Cooks the Meals in Your Home
9
Doesnt her welfare her health
and happiness call for something
better than she puts up with
Isnt she entitled to the things
that will make her work easier
and the cooking hours shorter
IF SO
Get a GAS RANGE and
Have a Cool Comfortable Kitchen V
PHONE 296
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