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LABOR AND CAPITAL
Abraham Lincoln said Labor is
prior to and independent of capital
capital is only the fruit of labor and
couldnever have existed but for labor
Labor is the superior of capital and
deserves much the higher considera
tibn CanlikLJiflflits rights which are
any otner
fights Nor should fhis lead to a war
upon the owners of property Proper
ty is the fruit of labor property is
desirable is a positive good in the
world Let not him who is houseless
pull down the house of another but
let him work diligently and build one
for himself thus by example showing
that his own shall be safe from vio
lence when built
It seems to me that in these words
Lincoln took substantially the atti
tude that we ought to take he
showed the proper sense of propor
tion in his relative estimates of capi
tal and labor of human rights and
property rights
We are face to face with new con
ceptions of the relations of property
to human welfare chiefly because
certain advocates of the right of
property as against the rights of men
have been pushing their claims too
farThe
The man who wrongly holds that
every human right is secondary to
his profit must now give way to the
advocate of human welfare who
rightly maintans that every man
holds his property subject to the gen
eral right of the community to regu
late its use to whatever degree the
public welfare may require it
But I think we may go still fur
ther The right to regulate the use
of wealth in the public interest is uni
versally admitted Let us admit also
the right to regulate the terms and
conditions of labor which Is the chiet
element of wealth directly in the in
terest of the common good
The fundamental thing to do for
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THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD
Entered In the Palestine Texas Postoffice as SecondClass Mail Matter
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON SUNDAY EXCEPTED
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SUBSCRIPTION 15 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 600
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any
person Ann or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Herald
will be gladly corrected upon it being brought to attention of the publishers
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1910
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WEATHER FORECAST
For Palestine and vicinity
Tonight and Wednesday
partly cloudy weather
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Herald Is authorized to make
the following announcements subject
to the action of a democratic primary
For State Senator 13th District
W J TOWNSBND JR
of Angelina County
G R FOWLER
of Anderson County
SEPTEMBER 6 IN HISTORY
1565 Founding of St Augustine
Florida
1760 Montreal capitulated to the
British
1805 Jloratio Greenough a noted
sculptor born in Boston Di d
December 18 1852
1810 Russians defeated the Turks in
battle of Rudschuck
1814 Sir George Etienen Cartier Ca
nadian statesman born Died
May 20 1873
1821 Alvih P Hovey twentyfirst
governor of Indiana born in Mt
Vernon Ind Died in Indianap
olis Nov 23 1891
1876 William M Tweed rearrested at
Vigo Spain and returned to
New York
1887 Lord Lansdowne opened an in
dustrial exhibition in Toronto
19j01 President McKinley shot at the
Buffalo exposition
1909 Commander Peary announced
his discovery of the North Pole
every man is to give him the chance
to reach a place In which he will
make the greatest possible contribu
tion to the public welfare
No man can be a good citizen un
less he has a wage more than suf
ficient to cover the bare cost of liv
ing and hours of labor short enough
so that after his days work is done
he will have time and energy to bear
his share in the management of the
community to help in carrying the
general load
We keep countless men from being
good citizens by the conditions of life
with which we surround them
We need comprehensive workmens
compensation acts both state and na
tional laws to regulate child labor and
the work of women and especially we
need in our common schools not
merely education in book learning but
also practical training for daily life
and work
Also in the interest of the work
ingman himself we need to set our
faces like flint against mob violence
just as against corporate greed
against violence and injustice and
lawlessness by wageearners just as
much as against lawless cunning and
greed and selfish arrogance of em
ployes Theodore Roosevelt
MINDING ONES BUSINESS PAYS
Brethren we spend too much time
talking about what other sections are
doing What we need to be doing is
to shdw other sections what we are
doing Get Into the Board of Trade
and demand better conditions in this
county The first great work at hand
is the securing of a larger country
population Palestine Herald
It is not matter of so very long ago
that a certain high financier was
rounded up in New York upon the
charge of going into apool with cer
tain other men and dropping out
quietly at the top of the wave leaving
his companions to bear the subse
quent losses In the course of his ex
amination he was asked what he had
told other people as to his intentions
and responded that he told no person
anything about his business He is a
striking example of making money by
attending to ones own business all
the time It furnishes the moral for a
lay m how to build up a town
ASswo SSsman
PALESTINE
PICTORIALLY
TRAYED
POR
From the Palestine Herald has
come a little illustrated folder adver
tising the city of Palestine county
seat of Anderson county This folder
carrying out the latest ideas is main
ly pictorial There are shown views
of public buildings in Palestine coun
try clubs stores municipal works
schools and churches Two or three
pages are devoted to a succinct and
comprehensive statement of Pales
tinets growth during the past few
years Like the Herald itself this
folder is typical of a progressive and
prosperous city and community Gal
veston News
A most important election is being
held in this good old town today and
if the people have voted right Pales
tine will be the owner of two pretty
parks as a result
The Boys Corn Club made a big
hit in tie parade yesterday These
little fellows have starte d a move
ment in Anderson county that prom
ises to bring this section to the front
as a corn section
Labor Day is a thing of the past
for the present year and the labor
hosts provided a pleasant days out
ing for their guests and friends
Everything passed off quietly and
with good fellowship
Dallas won the pennant in tht
Texas baseball league contest and
Col Maloney formerly of the gooo
city of Palestine and captain of the
Dallas team is as chesty as the law
allows Palestine sends congratula
tions to the pioneer
From the Palestine Herald we have
received a very handsomely printed
folder of views about the Anderson
county capital The Herald itself is
a visible indication of how live a town
Palestine is and the folder adds to
the proof Denton Record and Chron
icle
For several weeks now it will be
straight old business in this good old
town Every effort should be made to
extend the trade territory that the
people of this section may come to a
good town to do their shopping A
little united effort and the liberal use
of Herald advertising space should
accomplish the desired result
Announcement was made yesterday
that a meeting of farmers will be
held in this city Friday to discuss the
question of cotton weighing in Pales
tine The Herald hopes this matter
will b sifted down and settled defi
nitely This paper does not believe
iny of the interests involved want
anything but a square deal and a
thorough understanding should bring
this about
Herald want ad par
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Made in
Corn
Editors Herald
I have the pleasure to report the
results of the demonstration made by
the Anderson County Boys Corn Club
There were eighty boysenrolled in
the club but on account of the April
freeze a number became discouraged
only about thirty continuing the work
We have reports from twentyeight
crops on a number of acres which
were replanted and some in fine corn
was too green to gather and not re
ported The awarding committee G
A Wright Jno F Nash B F Rogers
Oscar Dugey the Waco second
baseman who went to New Orleans is
setting the Southern League afire ac
cording to reports coming from there
and the wise ones are picking him to
nose out some of the regular if luck
breaks favorably for the youngster A
New Orleans paper says
While the hefty hitting of the
home men was a cause of delight to
the crowd the initial performance of
Ossie Dugey from Waco Texas w s
perhaps the chief feature of interest
The reputation given Dugey by the
scouts who put Manager Frank on his
trail his prowess with the stick as
indicated in the Texas League records
aud his promise as a ball player com
bined to draw attention to him
Dugey is all the scouts claim for
him Although a youngseter the in
fant of the flock he is going to be
one of its best Jackson and other
speed marvels had better look to their
laurels for he can burn up the turf
A clean fielder too and quick and
true in his relaying In three times
at bat he made one hit He shows
good form at the bat swinging clean
and aiming to meet the ball flush
nothing more These fellows who try
to kill the horsehide and lose 125
of the managements money are the
outfielders delight
Mr Charles Williams connected
with the waterworks company Sunday
morning killed a white pelican with a
shotgun that measured from tip to
tip eight feet and four inches It Is
not often that pelicans are seen here
and the white pelican is a very rare
bird Unfortunately the bird was not
saved for mounting but it was sold tD
a party who had it picked for its
feathers
TEXAS NEWS NOTES
Doings in the legislature The sen
ate passed the Senter bill of lading
bill giving the railroad commission
the right to sdttle the question The
senate passed the house resolution
providing for the removal of the re
mains of Stephen F Austin from Bra
zoria county to the state cemetery at
Austin The penitentiary reform bill
was advanced to third reading in the
house Adjournment Wednesday is
probable t
Frank Meeks was instantly killed
by lightning near Taylor Monday
morning
The valuation of the Galveston
Harrisburg San Antonio Gulf Junc
tion to Cuero was placed at 1412468
by Engineer Parker of the railroad
commission
The Letter Carriers Association is
in annual convention at Marlin
H G Askew statistician of Texas
railroads has issued a statement rela
tive to the earnings and expenses of
Texas lines
The Beaumont Southern Pacific car
repairers have received no notice of a
pending strike and will resume work
today
The body of M B WUhite a farmer
was found in a pool of blood with a
pistol nearby at Corpus Christi
J H Ashley was killed by lightning
near Kirbyville
Texas citrus growers held a stormy
session at Beaumont P G Gill was
elected president following the resig
nation of E S Stockwell
Heavy rains fell in North Texas
yesterday
Hon O B Colquitt delivered a short
address to a Labor Day crowd at
Fort Worth
At Fountains Elsewhere
Ask for
LICKS
The Original and Genuire
BVfALTED MlLK
The Fooddrink for AH Ages
At restaurants hotels and fountains
Delicious invigorating and sustaining
Keep it on your sideboard at home
Don t travel without it
A quick lunch prepared in a minute
Take no imitation Just say IIORLICKS
in No Gombine or Trus t
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Jack A Schley United States pat
ent attorney of 401 Main street Dal
las Texas announces the issuance of
the following patents to Texans for
the week ending September 3
Henry B Arnold Big Springs
double acting pump
Selma E Berlinger San Antonio
leaf turner
Claud G Carley Colorddo reboller
John H Gee and G W Coates
Palestine farming implement
Wm H Greer Sherman suspension
bridge
John W Hagerty Fort Worth door
step
John E Hail Merkel harvesting
machine
Philip B Hamer Renner rotary
valve for planter leg
Ode E Melton Spanish Fort dou
ble dasher churn
Andrew L Saxon Whitfield truck
brace appliance
George C Snyder San Antonio
pianoforte action
James R Truelove Margaret me
chanical insect destroyer
Arthur A Vardell Dallas space
block
Arthur A Vardell Dallas metallic
brush cylinderTrade
Trade Marks
John West Santa Anna remedy for
diseases of cattle
TEXAS BASEBALL LEAGUE
Results yesterday
Dallas 5 Fort Worth 2
Dallas 2 Fort Worth 0
Galveston 2 Houston 1
Houston 4 Galveston 1
Houston 9 Galveston 0
to Houston
Waco 5 San Antonio 3
Shreveport 1 Oklahoma City 0
Shreveport 3 Oklahoma City 0
Umpire Setley in an interview de
nies that the third game between
Houston and Galveston was forfeited
to Houston
forfeited
Notice
AH stockholders of the Palestine
Real Estate Investment Association
are hereby notified that there will be
a stockholders meeting of the associ
ation in the office of the secretary on
Wednesday September 7th 1910 at 5
oclock p m
J H Silliman President
W C Kendall Secretary 6lt
Notice
After September first I will be with
G A Lillibridge where I will be
pleased to meet my friends Phone
P88
Respectfully
296t C C Everett
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Womans Relief Home
There will be held a meeting of the
members o f the Womans Relief Home
Thursday afternoon at 4 oclock at
the home of Mrs C C Stoddard
AIRDQME
TONIGHT
The Curtiss Comedy
Company
Presenting
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A Screaming Farce Comedy
PpjQ Band And Orchestra Con
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cert From 780 Untii 830
Prices 10 20 30c
LOW SO ALL MAY GO
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John White fifth
Marion Kennedy sixth
Francis Gerling seventh
Russell Shirley eighth
John Moore ninth
James Fitzgerald tenth
Marvin Pennington eleventh
Edgar Moore twelfth
Chilton Kelly thirteenth
Calvin Hinson fourteenth
Edgar Conoway fifteenth
Preston Hughes sixteenth
A special prize was awarded Hubert
Marlow as a corn grower and diver
and Wm M Brown made the follow sifier he having produced on his acre
ing awards
Zack Hutcherson first prize 72
bushels
Russell M Shirley second prize
70 34bushels
Edgar Moore third prize 66 12
bushels
Frank Johnson fourth prize 65
bushels
In addition to above prizes awards
were made for best ten ears of corn
being sixteen prizes contributed by
the merchants of the city as follows
Tom Funderburk first
Perry Taylor secona
Zack Hutcherson third
Hubert Marlow fourth
of land sixtyfive bushels of potatoes
planted between sevenfoot corn rows
and after gathering his potatoes plant
ed and harvested twelve bushels of
peas besides fortyfour bushels of fine
corn for which he gained fourth prize
The four prize winners averaged on
four acres 67 14 bushels and twenty
boys on twenty acres averaged 48
bushels
There is now on exhibition at the
Board of Trade thirtyfive samples
from thirtyfive farms in Anderson
county and I doubt if any county in
Texas can show better corn
C A Sterne
Secretary Board of Trade
DUGEY PLEASES NEW ORLEANS PATENTS ISSUED TO TEXANS
Initial Performance of Texan In
Southern League Praised
theAnd Reported By Jack A Schley Pat
tent Attorney Dallas
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Mexico Celebrates Its
Centennial This
irvj
Mexican people are making great preparations for the celebration of the j
hundredth anniversary of the Independence of their nation In all parts of
the country fetes peculiar to the people of the southern republic are scheduledj
President Diuz hns issued u proclamation setting apart Sept 15 as a luyof
rejoicing and ueneial observance but previous to that dale there are to be
expositions opened in halt a dozeu cities and the events will extend well luto
October
Peoples Furniture Company
In todays paper will be found an
ad of the Peoples Furniture com
pany Mr C E Dobbs is connected
with the new business and will for
the present be manager
Take a dose of Prickly Ash Btters
at night when you go to bed and you
will feel bright and vigorous next
morning It will insure you a copious
and healthy passage of the bowels im
proved appetite and digest on and in
creased energy of bodyand brain
Bratton Drug Co Special Agents
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Capudine
Cures Headaches All Kinds Gripp
Colds Aches From Malarious
Conditions Etc
Capudine cures Headaches whether
from heat cold irainfag overexertion
or stomach troubles It cures sick head
aches and nervous headaches also
Capudine is also the quickest and
best remedy for attacks of Cold or Gripp
It relieves the aching and feverishnessj
and restores normal conditions
Capudine is liquid easy and pleasant
to take acts immediately 10c 25cj
and 50c at drug stores
They Are Coining
For a time now it will pay you
well to keep your eyes on our an
nouncements as our newfall and
winter goods are coming in and
we will interest you both as to
selections and in prices
An Extra Special We still have
in stock a f w liandsome Linene
Dresses that we Ho riot want to
carry longer and we offer them
to you at a price that makes them
very attractive
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Modern Householders
are installing in their sleepingapartments and dressing
chambers dainty onepiece
Lavatories If you do like
wise you will be provided with the com
forts of a modern home
We would like to help make your home
as comfortable as possible by installing in
your bedroom a beautiful tandattf Por
celain Enameled Lavatory Let us tell you
the cost the price will jgreeably surprise
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