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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 30, 1910, Image 6

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W Y Ballew wenu north this morn
ing
Lewis Nance was a passenger north
today
W B Cook has returned home from
Galveston
Tom King has returned from a visit
to Oklahoma
J S OFlynn was a passenger south
this morning i
Phil Ttoquemore left last night for
a visit to Galveston
Airs Will Shroyer is visiting
friends in Tyler for a few days
Mrs Clarence Kolstad went down
to Houston via the morning train
District Clerk John Moore and wife
are home from a visit to North Texas
MissFJoy Tarbutton of Tyler is vis
iting tier friend Miss Eleanor Gar
ressMiss
Miss Marie Chambers of Waco is
the guest of Dr and Mrs E B Par
sons
Mrs J C Price and children came
home this afternoon from a visit to
Crockett
Mrs J B Numsen returned home
this afternoon from a visit to Crockett
relatives
Miss Katherine Jameson came
home last night from a six weeks
visit to Seabrook
f Welborn Boon of Tyler spent last
night in the city going to George
town this morning i
Mrs C J Wright on her way from
Chicago to Houston spent yesterday
with Mr and Mrs Craig
Prof S H Moore of the South
western University after a visit here
returned to Georgetown today
Misses Mary and Elizabeth Morris
of Huntsville who visited Miss Dora
McLeod returned to their home to
day
Miss Mollie Moore of Wortham on
her way to Bishop Texas spent last
night with Mr and Mrs Oliver Tip
pen
W H Werremeyer and Phil Lowry
PURELY PERSONAL
Music Mirth Magic
The Bataca
x Boys
Of Centonary Mothodlst Church
PRESENT
An Evening of
Old Melodies
The best of talent Beautiful ele
tric stage e ffects Twenty people in
chorus Male quartet Insrumen
tal music Illustrated Recitations
Simon the Magician Interesting
and instructive
City Mali
Friday Sept 2 1910
Eight Oclock P M
Admission 25c
A Story of College Life
in Songs and
Melodies
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See Durr Son for Flags Festoon
ing and other decorations j4t
The music class at the convent will
open for the fall term September
first 294t
Experienced seamstress wants en
gagements by the day in families
Phone 594 303t
t
Oak Street Pressing Club presssults
for 50c Just across from the Herald
office 266t
Phone 410 for Welborn Cooks auto
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An Exraordinatry
ySale of NapKiras
On Sept 1st
We have just received a close out shipment of
500 dozen Hemmed Mercerized Damask Nap
kins which our buyer closed outfrom a New
York importer at a great rednatpn in price
There arerthree sizes all neatly hemmed ready for
use which go on sale at the following prices
Size 18x18 worth 129 sale price per dozen
Size 20x20 worth 1 50 sale price per dozen
Size 24x24 worth 1 95 sale price per dozen
have returned home from a visit to
St Louis Kansas City and other
points
J R Marmion left today for Du
rango Mexico near which place he
owns some mining property which he
oes to look after
Conductor Sam Bare field was a vis
itor in the city this morning on his
way to Houston from Cleveland O
where he and Mrs Barefield spent
the summer Mrs Barefield will re
main there a month longer Both are
enjoying good health
AN ENJOYABLE EVENING
Knights of Pythias Enjoyed a Social
Evening Good Talks and a Feast
Members of the Knights of Pythias
enjoyed a good time at Castle Hall
last evening and qute a nice crowd
was present The program consisted
of a smoker and social talks followed
by a watermelon feast Those present
declared the occasion worth repeat
ing
HORSES AND MULES
Car Load JustTReceived and For Sale
See Harry Everett about them and
inspect them at stable in Old Town
25 PER CENT REDUCTION
On Picture Framing for the Next 10
Days Ed Kingsbury Phone 266
Car load of buggies and surrles
1910 styles just set up at H Schmidt
fc Co1 Utf
Result bringers Herald want ads
mobile Prompt attention to all calls
day or night 823lm
LOST Large flat gold pin with
initials E M engraved thereon
Please return to Herald office 3t
See Harry Everett about that horse
or mule you want to buy Two car
loads just received and can be seen
at stable in Old Town 305t
WANTED Man and wife to board
cheap or will furnish rooms cheap
Pasture and barn for horse free S
S Dublin phone 1029 30 5t
Want a good horse Want a good
mule You have a chanceto pick
from two car loads just received by
Harry Eveiett See them at stable
in Old Town 305t
The bond issue is being very freely
discussed by the people now From
the information the Herald is able to
get the majority of the people are
very favorable to the park question
In buying a horse or mule it is
worth while to look around and worth
while to know who you are dealing
with Harry Everett will treat you
right and he has just received two
car loads to select from all fine
healthy young and wellbehaved ani
mals See them at stable in Old
Town 305t
TO HARMONIZE INSURANCE LAW
Next Step of Legislature Will
Combine Two Measures
Be tf
Austin Texas Aug 29 The house
passed its specific rate insurance bill
to a third reading today It was done
under the number of the senatemaxl
mum rate bill The latter bill was
considered and the house bill substi
88c
98c
108
Dont Forget Date of SaferySept 1st
Whe Grand Leader
harmonizers have set out to accom
plish that feat It is anticipated that
the conference committee will be ap
pointed tomorrow and then the real
work of harmonizing commences in
earnest
POPULAR EXCURSION
To Galveston and Houston Via I < G
N Saturday September 3rd
Excurson tickets will be sold for
trains arriving Galveston and Hous
ton Saturday afternoon Sept 3rd
and Sunday morning Sept 4th Limit
to return leaving Galveston or Hous
ton Monday Sept 5th
For fonrther particulars see Ticket
Agent 304td ltw
AUGUST COTTON SELLS FOR 20c
Urgent Demand From Speculative
Shorts on New York Exchange
New York Aug 29 August cotton
sold at 20c a pound in the New York
cotton market today on urgent de
mand from speculative shorts who
had postponed covering until the last
minute in the hope that the increasing
new crop movement might break the
control ofthe bull leaders
This price highest reached for cot
ton for any delivery smce the civil
war and exceeding by nearly 2 l2c
per pound the highest figures reached
in the famous bull year of 190304
which until now had stood as a
standard of comparison was regarded
by many as the culminating of the
bull movement in progress here for
the last six months during a season
which when it ends next Thursday
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Labor Day
Dec
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Per Yard
ions
All kinds of colored bunting
at only
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Festooning Flags and other decora
I tions at Durr Sons 30j4t
Upholstering and Furniture Repair
ing Ed Kingsbury Phone 266
Palestine Texas
tuted The effect is that the two
houses have adopted their respective
measures Of course the senate will
hot concur in the house amendments
to its bill for that would be accept
ing the house bill in toto It so hap
pened that the whole day was spent
in attempting to amend the bill and
discussing it The bitterest attack on
it was made by Mr Nickels of faill
county Mr Cureton who is working
to harmonize the differences between
the two houses on the insurance ques
tion thought it best to pass the house
bill so that the measure could go to
conference at once The conference
committee is the hope of the harmo
nizers They profess to believe that
a bill will emanate therefrom which
will be acceptable to a majority of
the house and of the senate Its pur
pose must be to permit free competi
tion to satisfy the senate land to pre
vent discrimination to meet approval
in the house These two principles
must be blended into a law and the
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HORWIT5
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OFFERING
FOR
THIS W ER
25 dozn 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 figure lawn for 6 c
1 00 men shirts for 50c
32inch linenj assorted colors
worth 25c yard for 15c
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Keep Always in i inidg
HORWITS
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Flags Plumes Shields Netting Fes
tooning and decorations of all
kinds for Labor Day parade
AT
THE FAI
The UptoDate
Variety Store
will go down as the mpst spectacular
in the annals of the cotton trade since
the civil war
BURNED TOT DEATH
TenYearOld Girl Died From Wounds
at Saratoga
Saratoga Texas Aug 29 The lit
tle 10yearold daughter of Mrs York
was fatally burned while lighting a
Are with kerosone oil The can of oil
explodedf enveloping the girl Vith
the flames burning every stitch of
clothing from her body She died
several hours afterward Mrs York
was severely burned in an effort to
save her daughter
Governor Not Seriously III
Austin Texas Aug 29 Governor
Campbell continues sick at the execu
tive mansion though he was1 able to
be up a short time this afternoon
His trouble has not been diagnosed
At first he thought it was plain East
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NhGOTIATfUfjy OH AG1
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Efforts Renewed to Settle Southwest
ern Miners Strike Conference
Wlil Be Held Tomorrow
Kansas City Mo Aug 30 Negotia
tions to settle the southwestern min
ers strike will be resumed here to
morrow President Lewis of the
United Mine Workers is expdcted to
arrive tonight to take up the terms of
the new contract settlement of which
was interrupted by Illinois in the In
dianapolis convention The confer
ence is with James Elliott represent
ing the operators and will continue
for one week
Cholera Cases Reported
Spandau Prussia Aug 29 The
death of a woman and the illness of
her husband and two other men all
suspected cholera cases has caused
Texas chills and feveybut the doctors the health administration of Prussia
say not However he is not serious to take comprehensive precautions
ly ill at all against a spread of the infection
What About Thf
Woman
Who Cooks the Meals in Your Home
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
Set a GAS RANGE and
Have a Cool Comfortable Kitchen
PHONE 296 GAS
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