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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 30, 1910, Image 3

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Herald Special
Columbia S VC Aug 30 Six as
pirants are contesting forthe gover
norship in the democratic primary
Tvhich is being held throughout South
Carolina today for the choice of state
officers members of the legislature
the judiciary representatives in con
gress and county officials The candi
dates for governor are C C Feather
stone Jhomas G McLeod Cole L
Blease Jonn T Duncanr P H Hyatt
and John C Richards Jr Statewide
prohibition vs focal option form the
leading issue in the gubernatorial
race Outside of the governorship the
principal contests in the primary are
for the nominations for adjutant and
inspector general and state railroad
bommissioner All ofthe present rep
resentatives in congress are candi
dates for renomfhation
All Serene In Delaware
Herald Special >
Dover Del Aug 30 Republican
leaders of Delaware are assembling
here for the state convention which
wdH select candidates for representa
tive in congress state treasurer and
state auditor The gathering prom
ises to be an extremely harmoHious
one as all of the incumbents are to
be renominated without opposition
This is in accordance with the custom
in Delaware to give all officials who
hold a twoyear tenure a second nomi
nation The convention will also
choose a new state committee and a
chairman to succeed T Coleman du
Pont who js retiring from politics on
account of ill health
Congressional Fights In Maryland
Cj Herald Special
Baltimore Md Aug 30 Some
jatUsroyaL are bejng fought out to
day in the congressional primaries
which are being held by both parties
Throughout the six districts of Mary
land The principal contests are for
Ihe Hntic nominations in the
Fmni VPourth districts and thq
republtcan fflRuTa tioii in the Sixth
district The democratic contest in
the Third district is between Charles
J Goady and James McQuade both
members of the state legislature The
republican candidate in this district
will be either Charles W Main the
Its Aroma is delicious 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
Import Coffee Co Ltd
few Orleans La
Pearlstone Gro Co Palestine
v Wholesale Agents
The school is now
equipped to give a
commercial or busi
ness course in the
higher grades to
those desring same
Will also teach busi
less course to special
nomination In the Sxth district
Representative Pearre withdrew from
democratic nominee in this district
In the Fifth district two democrats
are engaged in a hot fight for the
seat of Representative Mudd republi
can Representatives Covington and
Talbott both democrats will be re
nominated in the First and Second
districts respectively
Vote on Queen Is Center of Interest
Among Laboring People Prizes
Are Now on Display
Much interest is being manifested
in the outcome of the contest for
Labor Day Queen wh ch closes Fri
day evening at 8 oclock The voting
is getting heavy and keen rivalry
exists between the friends of all
three candidates The queens crown
and other presents have been placed
on exhibition in Swifts show window
and everybody Is urged to go and
get a glimpse of them before they
are taken out of the window The
crown this year is probably the hand
somest yet used in this city while
the queen will also receive a very
handsome lorgnette The maidsof
honor to the queen will receive a
bracelet and silver jewel casket
Other presents will also be distribut
ed to participants in the parade
The young lady receiving the high
est number of votes will be declared
queen of the 1910 Labor Day celebra
tion while the other two young ladies
in the contest will be declared maids
ofhonor to the queen Governor T
M Campbell will crown the queen and
also present the gifts to the malds
Mr W B Riley the grand marshal
of the day is receiving many appli
cations for the street pageant and
indications point to the parade this
year being the best yet given by the
laboring people Many business
houses have filed their applications
to be represented in the parade which
will be over a mile in length Any
one wishing to take part will please
send in their names as soon as pos
sible to Mr W B Riley or A M
Cohen as the official lineup of same
will be published within the next few
days A cordial invitation is extendi
i j
TUTijoUtuiiu ueip make
feature one of the best of the
coming Labor Day celebration
an UptoDate Millinery
partment to Its Other
H Cohen of the Globe Dry Goods
company returned home last night
from the markets and said to a Her
ald man this morning that be bought
while away the largest stock of
goods ever brought to Palestine and
that the goods are now arriving Mr
Cohen also announces that he has ad
ded an uptodate millinery depart
ment which will be under the super
vision of Miss Marie Rettig of St
Louis who will be pleased to meet
the ladies of the city and county and
show them her line of new millinery
Mr Cohen says the business outlook
is very flattering
Another Car Is Loading Today Sold
at 50 Cents a Bushel on Cars
In Palestine
Mr P A Pagitt is today loading
another car of pears which have been
sold to Iowa parties at 50 cents a
bushel f o b Palestine This makes
several cars that have been shipped
from Palestine the past few days
The pear crop is an immense one
the trees being literally loaded down
with the fruit The pears are ship
ped in ventilated fruit cars without
refrigeration as the fruit carries well
and will keep for weeks
The pear crop is a very profitable
Mary V Reid Hive No 24 will hold
ts regular review Thursday Sept 1
iromptly at 3 oclock in the K of P
hall After business there will be a
box social and lemonade All mem
bers are urged to be present and con
ribute their box
Ella Dunlop
02t Recording Sec
Miss Swayne teacher of piano
nusic Graduate of Denver Conserva
tory Studio 421 S Sycamore Phone
887 2361
organ zation candidate or Charles J
F Steiner an antiorganization re
publican Four democrats two re
publicans and one independent are
contesting for the Fourth district
the race at the eleventh hour and
left three rival aspirants to fight it
out for the republican nomination
David J Lewis will probably be the
Herald Sp ° Jal
Saratoga N Y Aug 30 The his
toric Futurity the richest twoyear
old stakes on the American turf cal
endar will be decided on the Saratoga
track tomorrow having been trans
ferred here from Sheepshead Bay
where it has been contested since its
inauguration in 1888 The race this
year will be worth more than 25000
to the winner The distance is six
furlongs and from present indications
there will be nearly a score of start
ers Entries have been made by the
Keene Belmont Wilson Newcastle
and other famous stables and the
class is such as to insure a spirited
race providing the weather and track
conditions are favorable
Party Here Investigating Lands With
a View to Locating People
on Our Farms
A party is here today investigating
Anderson county with a view to
starting a colonization plan His idea
is to take over a large acreage and
cut it up into forty or fifty acre
tracts clear most of the land fence
it build neat houses on the various
tracts and rent these sections or sell
them on long time The plan is prac
tical and is in keeping with the sug
gestions made repeatedly by the Her
ald If handled in the right way the
people can be located on such home
places wthout any trouble and the
promoter can make a good profit on
his investment This scheme should
be worked by our home people An
derson county has thousands of acres
of land that could be settled in this
way increasing the value of the lands
and at the same time be building up
the trade of the city and county
JExnnsltlan < > tutn
Herald Special
Toronto Ont Aug 30 Canadas
great industrial exposition was for
mally opened this afternoon by Gen
eral Sir Robert S S BadenPowell
who pressing an electric button
started the machinery in the various
big buildings The occasion was
made notable by the presence of a
large gathering of Boy Scouts mem
bers of the organization of which
General Sir BadenPowell is the
What Threatened to Be Serious Fire
In Business Block Was
Checked Promptly
Fire was discovered shortly after
6 oclock yesterday afternoon in the
Pessoney block on Avenue A in the
rear of the Visitor office but the
prompt arrival and quick work of the
fire department prevented what might
have Teen a very serious fire The
only damage resulting was to some
outhouses including a barn No one
seems to know just how the fire orig
Minnesota W C T U
Herald Special
Blue Earth Minn Aug 30 Scores
jf delegates to the annual convention
of the Minnesota Womans Christian
Temperance Union have arrived in
town and by the time the opening
prayer is said tonight one of the
largest gatherings at any state con
vention in years is expected to be on
hand The regular business sessions
will begin tomorrow morning and
last three days with President Ro
zette Hendrix of Minneapolis presid
ing The special guests of the con
ention will be Mrs Mary Harris Ar
mor of Eastman Ga and Miss Addie
A Austin of Chicago
For Headches
There Isnt Any Headache Remedj
That Does The WorU LiUe
It gives quick relief from Headaches ol
11 kinds including Sick or Nervous
headaches and Headaches caused from
eat cold grip or stomach troubles
Capudinc is also the best and quickest
emedy for attacks of Cold or Grip It
oon relieves the aching and feverishnebs
md restores normal conditions
iCapudine is liquid easy and pleasant
o take acts immediately 10c 25c
wd 5Cc at drug stores
t 3 < SS
From plain storm to fancy
The Curtis Company Lost Sawmill
KNear Neches With Lot of
Lumber and Machinery
News reached the city today that
the sawmill owned by the Curtis com
pany of Neches and located out
about three mile3 of that place burn
ed last night together with a lot of
lumber etc The loss could not be
ascertained nor the amount of dam
age done the property though it was
announced the mill was completely
consumed together with a splendid
lot of machinery
Attended the Performances at Air
dome Last Night
The management says
The attendance at the Airdome The
atre last night was one of the largest
of the season A good bill of vaude
ville and motion pictures was put on
The Blessings will appear in an en
tirely new dramatic sketch this eve
ning The feature film in motion pic
tures will be A Frontier Hero The
action of this beautiful story in mo
tion photographs takes place on the
frontier of Kentucky in about 1800 A
beautiful and most convincing pic
ture from the standpoint of scenic
quality vigorous dramatic action and C
that powerful attraction which comes
from the mingling of child love with
the steadfast affection of a dumb
Published By Authority of ths Secre
tary of Agriculture
For Palestine and vicinity until 7
> m Wednesday Tonight and Wed
lesday increasing cloudiness
Minimum temperature 72
Maximum temperature 94
Weather Conditions
The storm that was over the north
ern Rocky mountain region yesterday
nomtng has moved eastward to the
3reat Lakes with increasing inten
sity The movement of this disturb
ance has been attended by rain in the
northern portion of the Rocky moun
tain region the upper Mississippi and
Missouri valleys and the Jake region
Geras Ratines Chirmosas
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
in showing you You are welcome and under no obligation to order We
guarantee to fit you Our prices aie the lowest
Suits 1500 to 6000 Coats 1150 to 6000
Skirts 600 to 2250 Capes 800 to 4500
Mons Department
at Hoad of Hall
Rain is also reported in Arizona and
New Mexico and along the South At
lantic coast The barometer is rela
tively low over extreme Southern
Texas and rain is falling in that vi
cinity this morning The following
heavy precipitation in inches has
been reported durng the past twenty
four hours Charleston S C 546
Increasing cloudiness is indicated for
this vicinity tonight and Wednesday
T R Taylor
Official in Charge
Streets Should Be Swept Up
Monday Morning
The Labor Day people are going
to petition the city administration to
have the streets cleaned thoroughly
for Mondays celebration and no
doubt the request will be complied
with The people can help in this
work by cleaning their premises and
above all by refraining from throwing
trash on the streets This is a bad
habit any way since trash cans have
been provided all over town into
which it Is very handy to throw
papers etc Lets all help in making
the town look its best
If you eat without appepite you
need Prickly Ash Bitters It prompt
ly removes impurities that clog and
impede the action of the digestive or
gans creates good appetite and diges
lon strength of body and activity of
Bratton Drug Co Special
Benefits of Corn Judging
Corn judging will amply repay any
farmer for his trouble Any corn
breeder will tell you that the careful
study of corn types in the field is not
only a pleasure but also time well
spent from a business standpoint
The score card and germination
box are all right but planting the
grain in the field and raising aHirop
is the final test of excellence
Few other subjects can be as im
portant to the corn farmer as seed
selection T M Shirley
Special Agent U S Department of
In buying a cough medicine dont
be afraid to get Chamberlains Cough
Remedy Three Is no danger from it
ind relief is sure to follow Espec
ally recommended for coughs colds
md whooping cough Sold by Brat
ion Drug Co
Sept I
We will be ready to show you
the latest in 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 mpoi ted
Out of many we mention the
Finished and unfinished diag
onals strips and plain weave
Simonis Paquins
Marvillieus Doucefs
Over Palestine National Bank
Ladles Department
at Hoad of Btalre
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 Cay Queen up to
Tuesday morning August 30
Miss Ava Moore 3538
Miss Maud Ella Garner 2841
Miss Ouida Barnes 2570
Contest closes Friday September 2
at 8 p m
Herald Want Ads bring results
Shotguns and Pistols Were
Near Gainesville
Gainesville Texas Aug 29 News
was received here todayof the shoot
ing and serious wounding of seven ol
a party of young men who were fired
upon last night while standing Li
iront of a cold drink stand at Myra
a town twelve miles west of Gaines
ville Two unidentified persons open
ed fire with shotguns and late
eleven pistol shots were fired Into the
The injured Sam Tugle Tom Pil
grim Gus Livingston Joe Davis Ju
I us Rucker two Smith brothers
The trouble is said to have ben
uver a quarrel between the young
nen who were shot and some German
ettlers of the neighborhood No ar
lests had been made at noon today
dhenff Bingham is on the scene
Meet to Discuss Taxes
Herald SDeclaL
Milwaukee Wis Aug 30 The
fourth international conference of
state and local taxation which has
for its purpose the development of
the best and foremost economic
thought and administrative experience
available regarding legislative and
administrative action on all questions
pertaining to taxation convened In
this city today for a session of four
days Allen R Foote commissioner
of the Ohio state board of commerce
s the presiding officer and the at
tendance includes several hundred
taxation experts tax commissioners
and economic authorities on taxation
representing many parts of the United
States and Canada

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