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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, September 06, 1910, Image 6

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Rev Father Lee went to Cleburne
via the morning train
Judge Ned Morris went up to Tyler
via the morning train
Will Wcodard of Houston was here
this morning on his way to Tyler
Miss Ella Sweany went to Houston
and Galveston yesterday on a visit
J A Patty of Dallas after a visit
to relatives here returned to his home
this afternoon
Mrs Clyde Hanks left for Cleburne
this morning to visit her old home
and the homefolks
District Attorney T J Harris left
Mhis afternoon for Athens where dis
trict court is now in session
Mrs Geo R Cooke left Saturday
morning for Kansas to visit relatives
during the month of September
Tom Fitts conductor on the Hender
son and Overton branch arrived here
this afternoon from a trip south
Representative XL Stricklmd left
snt for Aus
special guest here on Labor Day
Col Earl Adams Judge A A Ald
rich and Attorney Madden of Crockett
arrived in the city this afternoon
Rev Harry Hayes and wife of Jef
ferson are the guests of Mr and Mrs
W C Janes on Howard avenue
Mrs E B Thompson of San An
tonio and Mrs J F Bleike of Gal
veston are guests of Mrs John Sweet
manWill
Will Weatherford who came up
from Elkhart to take in the Labor Day
celebration returned to his home this
morning
Mrs A D Evans of San Antonio
after a visit to her sister Mrs Lewis
Nance left this morning for a visit to
Marquez
George Tier a popular machinist
formerly of this city is spending a
few days here He is now located at
Marshall
Mrs Tom Fitts and children of Hen
derson are here having come down
with Mr Fitts last week They are
at the Keller House
Attorney Huffington formerly of
this city but now of Houston passed
through the city today on his way to
Tyler on court business
Capt G R Fowler left last night
for Houston county to pursue his
campaign for state senator The cap
tain says he is being well received by
the voters of the district
Hon R O Watkins of Jacksonville
gave the Herald a very pleasant call
today The gentleman is here in the
interest of the candidacy of Judge
Townsend for state senator
Mrs N J Dobbs and children Mar
celite and Dorothy came down from
Marshall Sunday and spent two days
with Mr and IWrs C E Dobbs and
family returning home via this morn
ings train
Col Dabney White of Tyler was iir
the city this morning He has just re
cently returned from Denver where
IN OUR CASES
Is an assortment of Vanity Lock
ets and Puffs Lorngnettes and
Chains Lockets and Vanity
Boxes of all styles plain en
graved and studded with stone
Lorngnette and Matinee Chains
of lengths ranging from 15 to 54
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Inches
These are the newest novelties
Have you seen them
Pay us a visit
A pleasure it will be to show
these along with other new lines
Copelands Jewelry
Store
V
Phone toe
Agonts For
Standard
Patterns
Froo
Delivery
FOR
FRIDAY SATURDAY and MONDAY
104 peppereil bleached sheeting yard 25c
114 peppereil brown sheeting yard 25c
104 bleached seamless sheets each 59c
4236 bleached pillow cases each 10c
Best American calicoes yard 4c
I2 c AF C ginghams yard 8 l3c
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he witnessed the demonstration and
reception to Roosevelt and he says it
was great
Judge W J Townsend Jr of Luf
kin candidate for state senator from
this district spent yesterday here en
joying the Labor Day celebration and
meeting the people of this city He is
making a canvass of the district and
has a number of engagements for this
county
S K Hohes wife and son left
today for Chapin Texas which place
they will make their home Mr Hohes
engaging in newspaper work He gave
up a good position with the I G
N here to take up his new work and
his numerous friends wish him un
bounded success Mr Hohes will be
associated with Mr Garland Buck
formerly of this city Palestine re
grets exceedingly to surrender this
good family of people Mrs Hohes is
very popular with a large cir
cle of people is quite literary and
will be missed while Mr Hohes is one
of those good substantial citizens who
add dignity and confidence to a com
munity
25 PER CENT REDUCTION
On Picture Framing for the Next 10
Days Ed Kingsbury Phone 266
Killed By Lightning
Taylor Texas Sept 5 During a
light rain and thunder storm about 11
oclock this morning Frank R Meeks
aged about 23 years son of J J
Meeks near Circleville five miles
north of Taylor was struck by a bolt
of lightning and instantly killed
When struck young Meeks was in a
farm wagon returning home from
Taylor where he had marketed cot
ton His tragic death was witnessed
by his sister Miss Myrtle Meeks who
was standing in the doorway of the
Meeks home to welcome his return
and refuge from the rain A father
sister and three brothers Horace
Clayton and Bede survive him
HE
You should open an account with this bank Years of exper
ience in banking is at your service if your account is placed
with us We offer you careful conscientious service All de
positors large and small treated equally well Your account is
invited
First National Batik Palestine Texas
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Which Now Has a Membership of
Over a Million Farmersln Ses
sion at Charlotte N C
Herald Special
Charlotte N C Sept 6 All sec
tions of the south and many of the
middle and western states have sent
delegates to the national convention
of the Farmers Educational and Co
operative Union of America which
began its sessions in this city today
Plans for strengthening the organiza
tion which already has a member
ship of over a million will be dis
cussed together with numerous mat
ters relating to the growing ware
housing and marketing of crops
Home For Old Destroyed
Herald SpecialI
Baltimore Md Sept 6 Fire this
afternoon swept the Gyeldom home
and a suburb of the city destroying
a dozen dwellings The fifty feeble
old women of the home were rescued
Jesse Pomeroy Has Served Many
Years In Solitary Confinement
For This Crime
f Herald Special 1
Boston Mass Sept 6 Jesse Pom
eroy probably the most notorious of
life prisoners in the United States to
day entered upon his thirtyfifth year
as a solitary confinement prisoner be
hind the gray walls of the state prison
in Charlestown At the age of four
teen years he was sentenced to life
imprisonment for torturing and mur
dering little children For thirtyfive
years he has been confined in a little
cell dark and bare never once being
allowed to attend divine service or to
work or exercise with the other con
victs
Moissant Succeeded
Herald Special
London Sept 6 Aviator Moissant
completed his ParisLondon flight this
afternoon landing after an uninter
rupted flight beginning at 7 oclock
this morning
The Peoples
Company
Pays the big price for
second hand furniture
Down on Avenue A
Phone 1080
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LITTLE LOCAL FACTS
Buy Your Suit From Flanagan
Upholstering and Furniture Repair
ing Ed Kingsbury Phone 266
Small showers have fallen this after
noon and indications are good for a
rainCar
Car loacj of buggies and surries
1910 styles just set up at H Schmidt
Cos 1Jtf
The Herald contains a number of
new business announcements today
Read them
Phone 410 for Welborn Cooks auto
mobile Prompt attention to all calls
day or night 823lm
FOUND Ladys hand bag Call
and describe same pay for ad and
take property G3t
FOR SALE The caboose used in
Labor Day parade Call on W B
Riley or W P Sandlin 63t
FOR RENT Twostory house 8
Black and Whit Checked Suiting
an all cotton medium weight fabric suitable for
immediate and early fall wear Fashion says that
black and white checks are very stylish and these
are perfect imitations of the fine all wool cloths
We have a limited number of pieces which we
are running at per yard y
New Ginghams
patterns to
for Childrens Schoo
and soft tones for Ladies Dresses and a great
range of Shirting Patterns including all of the
solid colors These are the best grades of Staple
Ginghams and the best colors that can be print
ed Price per yard
We have probably 150
yTg fancy plaids
checks stripes
S6e Grand Leader
ra
rooms 502 South Sycamore St corner
Trinity Apply to H Ford 408 Oak
street 6Gt
Miss Swayne teacher of piano grad
uate of Denver Conservatory has
opened her studio ati421 S Sycamore
Terms reasonable 36t
LOST Ladys pocket book con
taining twenty dollars old coins Re
ward to finder W J Phifer or leave
at Herald office 63t
Up to noon only a small vote had
been cast in the bond election The
friends of the measure should make a
hard effort this afternoon to get the
voteNout
After Sept 15 my shop will be lo
cated at 710 Spring street opposite
the Moore Wholesale Grocery store
in the Grainger building There I will
be better than ever prepared for au
tomobile work and all other repairing
etc C A Pryor 3tf
Miss Quarles piano teacher Fall
term begins Thursday Sept 22 Mon
day and Thursday 802 S Sycamore
street next to Third Ward School
Tuesday and Friday at Mrs Good
richs on Avenue A third house from
Central School Phone 643 318t
I have opened my dining room
again and could comfortably seat
without crowding twelve more adult
boarders Serve meals promptly Also
have now two vacant south rooms
well furnished excellent beds with
abundance of new blankets and com
forts for winter use rooms kept san
itary with Vaccum Cleaner Day
board 1800 rooms 1000 Phone
170 The Rugby Airs T M Haynes
Prop 93tf
Pythian Sisters
The regular night meeting of Iva
wood Temple No 53 Pythian Sisters
will be held at the K of P hall on
Wednesday night Sept 7 at 8 oclock
All members are urge3 to be present
and the degree stafr are especially
urged to come out as there is to be
initiation ir E C
Herald Want Ads bring results
i
Just Received
All Sorts Patent Leather Belts
50 Cents
Last Call Straw
Hats
for men and boys Choice of any
hat in the house up to 3 for
50 Cents
H OR WITS
AT
THE FAIR
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California Legislature May Call For
Amendment to Constitution and
Provide a Special Tax
The UptoDate
Variety Store
Herald Special
Sacramento Cal Sept 6 In re
sponse to the call of Governor Gillett
the California legislature convened in
special session today The object of
the session is to adopt resolutions to
be submitted to the voters of the
state at the November election by
which the state constitution may be
amended so that a special tax of 4
cents on each 100 can be imposedfor
five years the proceeds of the tax to
be used for the beenfit of the Panama
Pacific Exposition at San Francisco
in 1915 provided congress designates
the California metropolis as the expo
sition city
Lutherans Meet In Richmond
Richmond Va Sept 6 One of the
largest denominational gatherings
ever entertained in Richmond Is the
twelfth biennial convention of the
United Synod of the Evangelical Lu
theran church in the South which as
PHONE 296
sembled In this city today fj
session The attendanc
several hundred delegate
from Tennessee North Ci
Virginia Virginia Njjrtht
Carolina Georgia Alaoan
Texas Mississippi and L BTslT
Flags Plumes Shields Netting Fes
tooning and decorations of all
kinds for Labor Day parade
Mexican War Veterans Meet
Indianapolis Ind Sept 6 What is
expected to be the last of the national
convention of the Mexican war vet
erans began in Indianapolis today
There are but a few hundred sur
vivors of the war left and their aver
age age is 86 years Former Vice
President Fairbanks Governor Mar
shall and Senator Beveridge assisted
in the welcome of the visitors
Dallas Youths Killed at a Tunnel
Jefferson City Mo Sept 5 John
Burke and Jacob Kennedy were kllled
and Edward Hurd probably fat
jured by being struck by the toJ Ta
tunnel while riding on top of a Mis
souri Pacific train near here The
bodies of Burke and Kennedy were
found tonight near Washington
is being cared for at Chamoise
boys were from Dallas Texas
About The
Woman
Who Cooks the Meals in Your Home
Doesnt her welfare her healtfi
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
RANGE an
Have a Cool Comfortable Kitfchen
GAS CO
Hurd
The
Phone 1063 for the choicest ot
peaches tomatoes and blackberries
fresh picked every day 2tf
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