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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, September 22, 1910, Image 5

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WANT ADS
WANTED
SALESMAN WANTED Permanent
v position A wideawake salesman to
act as selling manager and general
salesman ior our product in Palestine
Texas and Vicinity Address with
1 bank or business firm reference T3ia
graph Carbon Paper Company Drury
Bldg Philadelphia Pa 2124
FOR RENT
FOB KENT House out on Tennes
see avenue four rooms and porches
well of water and garden spot Phone
Iirv7
1074 or 571
FOR
SALE
213t
I have for sale a beautiful standard
bled filley sire Silver Line dam
Tiilby one hundred and fifty dollars
Ues her Jno R Hearne S22lm
FOR SALE ON SOUTH SIDE Two
new sixroom cottages with large oak
suade trees electric lights sewerage
and gas Elegant bath fixtures south
front Also east front fourroom cot
ta e very cheap Small paymeut and
nunthly terms to right party Phone
751 or call No h Colorado St 22lm
For Sale
My residence on Link street Mag
nolia Square large lot 7 rooms bath
Toum and kitchen with electric lights
ltgnolia shade trees house newly
repapered Will be sold at a bargain
St sold at once Easy terms Apply
to T J Harris 92lmd
I have opened my dining room
again and could comfortably seat
without crowding twelve more adult
boarders Serve meals promptly Also
Tiave now two vacant south rooms
well furnished excellent beds with
abundance of new blankets and com
forts fr winter use rooms kept san
itary with Vaccum Cleaner Day
board 18tf0 rooms 1000 Phone
170 The Rugby Mrs T M Haynes
Prop 93tf
Herald want ads are result bring
ers three lines three times 25c
Misses Crozier will open their music
class Sept 12 Piano and stringed
instruments taught Studio Main St
Phone 533 91020t
ARRIVAL
AND DEPARTURE
RAINS
OF
International and Great Northern
For tho South
5 leaves at 900 p m
J5 leaves at 821 a m
For theWest
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3 leaves at 811 a m
9 leaves at 1040 a m
For the North
2 leaves at 135 p m
No 4 leaves at 1058 p m >
No 6 leaves at 735 a m
From the South
No 2 arrives at 115 p m
No 4 arrives at 1040 p m
From the North
1 No 3 arrives at 801 a m
No 5 arrives at 735 p m
No 7 arrives at 825 p m
From the West
No 4 arrives at 1053 p m
No 6 arrives at 710 a m
No 8 arrives at 700 p m
No
No
Ho
No
Schedule State Railroad
Wee days mixed train No
1 ar
rives at 1201 p m No 2 leaves at
230 p m
Sundays passenger train No 3 ar
rives 11 a m No 4 leaves at 2 p m
ORGANIZED CHARITIES
This organization will fun > sh food
clothing or other necessities of life
to the destitute of Palestine after In
vestigation of their needs
Report such cases to
Mrs E JE Durham C02 Perry
street If in First Ward
Mrs W H Kingsbury 712 Murcbi
rscm street if In Second Ward
Mrs Webb Wright Kolstad street
if In Third Ward
Mrs S A Taylor 445 Reagan
street it in Fourth Ward
Discarded clothing will be sent for
or received by Mrs Taylor or Mrs
Durham
The work is supported by voluntary
contributions Sendchecks to Treas
urer
J C SILLIMAN President
J C OEHLER Vice Pres
L D ANDERSON Vice Pres
For Sal el
New Milch Jersey Cows registered
and unregistered
Poland China Pigs
Berkshire Shoats
aII at reasonable market prices
Cows and 3Oung stock bought sold
or exchanged
FRANK BERRY Over Motley Drug
Store 910lra
Buying Cheap Goods
To save money Is like stopping a
clock to save time Smoke a Dupli
es cator Cigar 5c straight 250 per
box 500 per hundred For sale ex
clusively by Old Town Drug Store
L D Rose manager 811tf
ii jikssA JKi i k
s siS ir sa
COLLEGE SINGING GIRLS
Made a Big Hit In Galveston Monday
Night At the Temple Theatre
Friday Night
With a company of eight attractive
members all of whom possessed
voices above the average with a col
lection of costumes both dainty and
vivid AValter Eccles presented his
College Singing Girls at the Grand
Opera House Monday evening It was
the first appearance of the company
in Galveston and they were greeted
by a fair audience the orchestra seats
being well filled by the members of
the Independent Order of Beavers
under whose auspices Abe company
playedits Galveston engagement
The program foi tlie evening con
sisted of seventeen vocal numbers
solos and choruses following one an
other in quick succession It was a
wellchosen selection of numbers the
average running high There were
none of the members of the company
but whose voices were sweet
ber for general balance and charm
was the sixth in which four of the
girls costumed in the soft silks and
powdered hair of the days of Monsieur
Beaucaire sang Sweet Genevieve
and followed this song with The Min
uet a number which ended in a pre
sentation of the courtly old dance it
self the orchestra playing an old Eng
lish air that fitted perfectly the slow
and stately steps
There was a hearty burst of ap
plause at the conclusion of the best
comedy number of the evening Dats
in der Deutsche School in which Ec
cles costumed as a German vaude
ville Weber Fields sort of school
master listened to the recitations in
verse of a class of four buxom
Deutsche Madchen Anita Kemp
tons Dutch character song was well
received by the audience among
which she seemed to have many
friends and the song by a quartette
of young ladies When a Girl Knows
a Secret was one of the best cos
tumed of the numbers presented
But by far the best of the musical
part of the program cametoward the
end when three songs were given
one the song of Titiana from Mig
non one the spinning song from
Martha acilihe third the Tyrolean
chorus from William Tell This
last was doubtless the best of the
hongs rendered during the evening
both in point of technique and the
pleasing manner in which the voices
of the singers harmonized It was
well received by the audience as was
for that matter practically every num
ber given There were calls for an
encore at nearly every selection to
which the company generously re
responded
At the conclusion of the perform
ance there was a little fete at the
rear of the stage in which when the
audience left the house the employes
gave the company a spread upon
the menu of which fee cream and cake
played a prominent part Galveston
News
Souvenir Folders
Few Miles Northeast of the City Is
Largely Attended Lasts
Several Days
The annual encampment of negroes
held a few miles northeast of the
city is on and hunderds of negroes
have been heading in that direction
today They come from all over the
county and from out of the county
and are traveling in all sorts of ve
hicles and on horse and mule back
A regular caravan has been drilling
through the city today The encamp
ment lasts several days
NATIONAL ANTITIPPING LEAGUE
Has Been Chartered By the State of
Texas A Strike For Freedom
San Antonio Texas Sept 21 A
charter has just been granted by the
state of Texas to the National Anti
Tipping League The capital stock of
and the league is 1000 and the incorpo
cleartoned and their renditions of rators are H C Henne H Stein and
many of the songs were received by J R Fuchs all of New Braunfels a
the audience with hearty applause mtIe German town about thirty miles
The best solo of the evening was from San Antonio The league pro
Prances Conns song My Little Gyp poses to extend itsmembership over
sy Sweetheart which showed the fine the entire union and curtail the op
range of her voice and which was erations of the highwayman in white
well staged The most attractive num aprons and those dusky bandits who
wield whisk
sleepers
brooms on Pullman
ONION STAGE EMPOYEES
Sign Contract With Manager W
Swift of the Temple Theatre
For Season
The Union Stage Employes local
branch has just signed a contract
with Manager W E Swift of the Tem
ple Theatre to employ none but union
men this season This is one of the
youngest of the local unions and has
been given contracts with all of the
local amusement places
WILL SELL OLD FORT
Fort Davis In Jeff Davis County Gives
Way to Progress
San Antonio Texas Sept 21 Fort
Davis in Jeff Davis county Texas
one of the famous strongholds in
Indian days will be sold on Novem
ber 21 The fort was abandoned by
the war department in 190G and turn
ed over to the interior department
The tract of thr ehundredacrcs
be sold in lots of thirty acres eacV
For several years it has been used as
a summer resort as the altitude is
nearly 5000 feet and the climate de
lightful
Can be depended upon is an ex
pression we all like to hear and when
it is used in connection with Cham
berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it means that it never fails
to cure diarrhoea dysentery or bowel
complaints It is pleasant to take
and equally valuable for children and
adults Sold by Bratton Drug Co
War on High Prices
Chicago Sept 20 The outcry
against the high cost of living has af
fected Evanston and the result will
be the establishment of a cooperative
store by one hundred and seventyres
idents of the North Shore suburb de
The Herald has a supply of souvenir signed to eliminate the profit of the
pictorial folders it will give free to Its middleman or retailer The origlnat
readers for thepurpose of mailing to J 0rs of the project say the manage
ment of the store will be vested in a
board of directors Purchasers will
pay the market price for commodities
and at the end of each month or quar
ter proiits will be equally distributed
in the shape of rebates to the stock
holders
friends or to those who may become
interested in this city and section
They are attractive and are a good
advertisement for the town
HERALD WANT ADS ARE
RESULT BR1NGERS
WPk n S
After The Grippe
I am much pleased to be able to write and thank
you for what Cardui has done for me writes Mrs Sarah
J Gilliland of Siler City N C
Last February I had the Grippe which left me in
bad shape Before that I had been bothered with female
trouble for ten years and nothing seemed to cure it
At last I began to take Cardui I have taken only
three bottles but it has done me more good than all the
doctors or than any other medicine I ever took
Ha
The Womans Tonic
For the aftereffects of any serious illness like the
Grip Cardui is the best tonic you can use
It builds strength steadies the nerves improves the
appetite regulates irregularities and helps bring back the
natural glow of health
Cardui is your best friend if you only knew it
Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has
helped What could possibly prevent it from helping you
Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardui
ingredients in any other medicine for they are not for sale
in any drug store except in the Cardui bottle Try Cardui
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In Oregon Are Set Forth In Dispatch
From Salem Primaries Will
Be Held Saturday
Herald Special
Salem Ore Sept 22 Following a
spirited campaign that has been kept
up all summer statewide primaries
will be held throughout Oregon day
after tomorrow to determine who are
to be the candidates of the republi
cans and democrats for the offices to
be filled at the November election
The contest for the gubernatorial nom
ination has been interesting on both
sides and the congressional contests
on the repuljlican ticket have echoed
the national insurgent movement
The oldline republicans in July
held an assembly and suggested
candidates for all state offices for the
guidance of the party voters This
move was opposed by a large and in
fluential element of the party and as
a result three candidates entered
against Jay Bowerman assembly can
didate for governor They were E
Hofer a Salem newspaper man who
advocates the direct primary law as
it stands and opposes the prohibition
amendment for the state constitution
Grant B Dimick of Oregon City who
declares in favor of the primary law
and strict economy in public affairs
and Albert Abraham of Roseburg who
advocates the HughesTaftRoosevelt
plan of primary law as a model for
Oregon amendments With this divi
sion of the antiassembly forces It
is believed that Bowerman stands the
best chance of securing the republi
can nomination
On the democratic side Jefferson
Myers a democratic war horse of
Portland and Oswald West who as a
member of the state railroad commis
sion secured many concessions for
the people of Oregon seek the guber
natorial nomination with the chances
of success apparently somewhat in
favor of West
With Bowerman likely to get the re
publican nomination and West the
democratic the indications seem to
point to another democratic governor
for republican Oregon for it is be
lieved that the antiassembly repub
licans are almost certain to support
the democratic nominee in preference
to Bowerman United States Senator
Bourne national champion of the
Oregon plan which includes the in
itiative and referendum and popular
vote for United States senator has
intimated that he would vote for a
democrat rather than an assembly
> a IlJ tfc7 ami UU ULtrt tf iir the
matter is believed to reflect the pre
vailing sentiment among the antias
sembly republicans
Oregons two representatives in con
gress Willis C Hawley of the First
district and William R Ellis of the
Second are seeking renomination and
election on the republican ticket
Hawley has sidestepped the Cannon
issue and Ellis has likewise avoided
its discussion Both representatives
received the indorsement of the as
sembly and both are opposed by anti
assembly candidates who are avowed
insurgents B F Mulkey is the op
ponent of Hawley while George M
Shepherd C J Reed and A W Laf
ferty are seeking the republican nom
ination for Elliss seat
In addition to governor and con
gressmen the primaries on Saturday
will determine the candidates for sec
retary of state state treasurer jus
tices of the supreme court attorney
general superintendent of public In
struction state printer circuit court
judges and numerous minor state of
ficers Candidates for both branches
of the legislature will also be named
but as no United States senatorship
is involved the legislative contests
are not attracting a great deal of at
tention
With all the opposition to the as
sembly plan there are half a dozen
aspirants for places on the state
ticket who are not opposed by anti
assembly candidates and perhaps a
score of state senators and representa
tives have no opposition
ABELMAN SON
UMBRELLAS
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
and made to order Gold and sliver
handles fixed also All work guaran
teed
IN SHOE SHOPiNEXT TO ROY
ALL BANK 912lm
Bound Over For Trial
London Sept 21 Dr H H Crip
pen and Miss Leneve were bound
over to the Central Criminal Court
for trial in October for the murder
of Crippens wife Counsel Newton
offered no defense at the conclusion
of the hearing in the Bow street po
lice court
MRS CHAS ROGERSON
Teacher of Piano
Having completed the seven grades
of music of the National Graded
Course I am prepared to Instruct pu
pils Patronage from the Second
Ward school desired For terms and
reference apply at my residence 239
N Jackson St Phone 861 1212t
I
Be Satisfied with
an ordinary grade
of LAUNDRY
Wear the best
Think of the satisfaction
there is in it
If you will look at the
most successful business
men in this city you will find
most of them are wearing
our work
They realize the impor
tance of having the best
laundrywork and looking
neat at all times
Wouldnt you like to im
prove your appearance by
wearing our work
E2 Spring St
Phoe No i
And see for yourself that I
am leading and that others
only follow in the FRUIT
and VEGETABLE busi
ness in this city You dont
have to til e my word for
it People appreciate that
here they get the most for
their money Do you
The Original Fruit Man
Phone 1063
EXPERT HATTER
All kinds of Hats cleaned and re
blocked I take the old felt and work
it over that makes the Hat like new
t
I can make your old hat any size
style or color I do the work here
I dont send it away Give me your
work If I please you tell others if
I dont please you please tell me for
I guarantee best of workmanship
Ladles Straw Hats dyed jet black
Paiama and Straw cleaned bleached
andreblocked without the use of acid
H A CLOUGH THE HATTER
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710 Main Street
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ANDREW A SPEEGLE
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
f
PALESTINE TEXAS
Office Second Floor Brown
Gardner Building
Will do a general practice
without medication or the sur
geons knife Knife as last re
sort Office phone 236 Resi
dence phone 494
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DR D R RUCKER
JETERINARIAN
Office East of Court Houc
Phone 295 Residence
Phone 449
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DR W F RAWLEY
Veterinarian
Office Motley Drug Store
Phone 117 Hospital Harts
Livery Stable
Residence Phono 315
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DR E B PARSONS
Office Over Brattons Spring Street
Drug Store
Office Phone 1016
Office Hours 10 to 12 a m 2 to
l p m After supper br lp
Ptl
Do you WBBut
Laundry
work
Thats what we do Your shirts
and collars are washed Ironed and
shaped by nothing but experienced
labor No rough or broken edges
They look and fit like new ones Your
linen and starch wear win be as white
as snow ironed just as It should be
washed in artesian water with noth
ing bnt pure soap If you are in
trouble Put your clothes In our bub
blea Wo know how We do It
right
Steam Laundry
Phono 120 412U
Something of
interest
Why go to the trouble of mak
ing biscuits or corn bread When
it is cheaper to buy bread from
the
F H EILENBERGER Pro
Telephone 234
The Palestine Real Es
tate and Investment
Association
Shares in this Association are
selling at par 50 each fully
paid up and nonas3essable This
Association has been paying divi
dends for several years past
Loans are made on propertySee
Secretary for further particulars
A R Howard President
W C Kendall Secretary
Bpyds
arket and Grocery
6r the beat fresirSM
cured meats staple
and fancy groceries
fruits nuts and can
dies
Pfione 465
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509 Lac St
TRANSFER LINE
Quick Service and
Satisfactory Work
SPECIAL ATTENTION 6IVEH TO ilOVIS
HOUSEHOLD 600DS
Telephone Number 2 = 84
Palestine
SEWER SYSTEM
Office First National Bank Building
JOE WELBORN
= = WITH
BELCHER SRAfl LAUNDRY
WE DO I RIGHT
R N BUSH
Real Estate Fire Insurance and Col
lectlng Agency
All accounts entrusted to my care will
receive prompt attention Rentals
looked after Phone 91 Office No
206 12 Main street
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SEE
D C BROUGHTON CO
For Cement Sidewalk 12 12c
square foot straight curb 50c
lineal foot combination curb
and gutter 75c lineal foot step
work 50c lineal foot All Work
Guaranteed
498 MERCER STREET
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Paper Hangers and Painters >
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