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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, October 12, 1910, Image 2

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A SENATORIAL CONTEST
In Indiana Between Senator Bever
idge and John W Kern Is Caus
ing Republicans Concern
Herald Special
Indianapolis Ind Oct 12 The
senatorial campaign in Indiana prom
ises to receive a new impetus tomor
row when former President Roose
velt comes into tne state and speaks
in behalf of the candidacy of Senator
Beveridge for reelection The Roose
velt speech is awaited with keen in
terest by republicans and democrats
alike though opinion differs radically
as to the effect it may have on the
contest
The fight over the senatorship has
already developed int one of the
greatest political campaigns in the
states recent history On one side is
Senator Beveridge the progressive
the foe of Cannonism and Aldrichism
and of a tariff which is too protect
ive snd on the other John W Kern
twice honored by the democracy of
Indiana with the nomination for gov
ernor and once the running mate of
William J Bryan on the national
ticket
Senator Beveridge is facing a diffi
cult contest for all the elements of
the democratic party have united in
the effort to crown the ofttimes un
successful Kern with final success
Many elements have entered into the
campaign but in the main it is the
progressive tariff idea matched
against the tariffforrevenue only plan
The liquor question figures in the con
test in a secondary wayand will af
fect the outcome of the senatorship
because the legislature elects the
United States senator In respect to
the liquor question it is a straight
contest with the democrats standing
for the Rumination of the county op
tion feature and the republicans for
the retention of it
Mr Kern has been charged with
standing too close to Thomas Tag
gart the longtime boss of the demo
cratic party in Indiana and who met
with defeat when the state conven
tion disregarded his wishes and nomi
nated a candidate for United States
senator But the Taggart alliance
hasbeen relegated to the background
as the senatorial campaign has pro
gressed and apparently it will have
little or no effect upon Mr Kerns
chanches of success He has the
solid backing of practically all the
prominent leaders of his party in
cludTng < 3overior Marshall whotwo
years ago carried Indiana by a ma >
jo rity of more than 15000
On the other hand the democracy
in Senator Beveridge has a foe worthy
of Its steel He is popluar and won
the admiration of many when he
stoodT > ut against the powers at Wash
ington and voted against the Payne
Aldrich tariff hill He again won
the admiration of many when he
came back to Indiana and defying
such old standpatters as James E
Watson and James A Hemenway or
ganized the state convention to suit
himself and adopted a platform to his
liking
The democrats are rather pleased
over Roosevelts coming to Indiana to
speak for Beveridge Just how the
former president is going to help the
progressive senator without justifying
his attitude towards the tariff bill
and how he can jusitfy that without
condemning Taft and others who up
hold the law is a problem that they
do not believe can be solved They
contend that it was democratic dissat
isfaction with Parker and not Roose
velts popularity that gave the latter
such an overwhelming majority in
1904 and they say that the conditions
now are exactly reversed for then it
was democrats and now it is republi
cans who are split into factions
Sunday School Workers
Heraia Special
Altoona Pa Oct 12 With Sun
day school workers present from all
over the state the fortysixth annual
convention of the Pennsylvania Sun
day School Association began in this
city today The sessions will con
tinue over Thursday and Friday Sun
day school methods and work will be
discussed by such speakers as Ma
rion Lawrence general secretary of
the international association Rev
John P Carson of Brooklyn one of
the Worlds Convention speakers
Mrs Antoinette Lamoreaux of Chi
cago and Prof Edward A Steiner of
Grinnell Iowa
BUTTKItIESS FRUIT CAKE
Many housewives say it is impossible
to make a good fruit cake without but
ter The recipe below will give you
as rich flavory a fruit cake as you e er
tasted yet there is no butter in it
Mix four cups sifted pastry flour one
level teaspoon soda two level teaspoons
mixed spices except cloves one
fourth level teaspoon salt and two cups
seeded and quartered raisins Add also
onehalf cup nuts chopped fine if you
like Blend onehalf cup Cottolene with
one cup brown sugar and one cup white
sugar add one cup molasses one cup
milk and then the flour mixture Beat
Well and bake in two pans
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In our ReadytoWear Department
we have many new garments to show
you that will be of especial Interest
Ladies Tailored Suits Wooltex
make guaranteed for two seasons
wear at 2500 2850 30 and 35
J M Phillips New York Snappy
Suits at 1950 to 3500
Ladies Wool Silk and Chiffon
Dresses 1250 to 35
Childrens Dresses at 150 to 10
One dozen Ladles Tailored Suits
all this seasons styles at only 1250
each
Three dozen Ladies Long Black
Coats worth 450 at only 250 each
Mens heavy ribbed underwear shirts
and drawers 35c values at only 15c
v
per garment
Outing Fannels dark patterns 6 l2c
values at only 4 34c per yard
Table Oil Cloth full table width in
white marble and fancy 25c values
at only 15c per yard
Disagreeable treatment with oint
ments or suppositories usually fails
to cure piles and cutting them off
wont remove the cause Such treat
ment only moderates the outside ef
fects of the disease and falls to rem
edy the Inside cause The uptodate
doctors now use internal medicine to
free the circulation In the lower bow
el and so remove the disease
Dr Leonhardts HemRoid the
first and only guaranteed internal
pile cure in the form of tablets
cures anyJUnd of plles SoM byBratJ side o
ton Drug Co Palestine Texas 1
for large box Dr Leonhardt Co
Station B Buffalo N Y >
THE MEMORIAL BOULDER
Erected to Commemorate Starting
Foreign Missionary Movement
Was Dedicated Today
of
Herald Special
Bradford Mass Oct A2 In the
presence of a large number of spec
tators including a delegation from
the American Board of Commission
ers for Foreign Missions at present
in session in Boston the memorial
boulder recently erected on ihe edge
of missionary woods on the shore
of Rabbits Pond to commemorate the
starting of the movement a hundred
years ago which led to the organiza
tion of the American Board was un
veiled today with appropriate cere
monies The monument is of Con
cord granite eight feet high five
feet wide and three feet thick On
one side is a large cross carved in
relief on the other a bronze tablet
giving a brief history of the society
which was founded in a small church
that stood in the place now occupied
by the boulder Prof
Hincks
a graduate of the seminary and later
missionary in India delivered the
dedicatory address
Chamberlains Cough Remedy has
become famous for its cures of
coughs colds croup and influenza
Try it when in need It contains no
harmful substance and always gives
prompt relief Sold by Bratton Drug
Co
TEXAS NEWS NOTES
The Houston Electric company will
not extend its line to Harrlsburg
Dry goods shipments from New
York to Galveston have been reduced
10 cents
Ginners reports show 1181268
bales of 1910 cotton ginned up to
October 1
The thirtyeighth annual session of
the American Association of Passen
ger Agents convened at Dallas Mon
day
Public school land to the amount
of 3955789 acres Is yet unsold
Odd Fellows meet in annual ses
sion at Abilene Over 200 are pres
ent
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Good Attendance
Heraia Special
Ottawa Ont Oct 12 Representa
tives of the various provincial gov
ernments met here today in confer
ence with the public health and con
servation committees of the Commis
slon of Conservation under the presi
dency of the Hon Clifford Sifton
chairman of the commission to <
ue5I3TSWiba
the subject of public health
Ami
the subjects to be considered bythe
conference are the best method for
preventing the pollution of interna
tional interprovincial and other
waterways international and inter
provincial quarantine regulations the
relationship of the federal and pro <
vincial governments to the subject of
tuberculosis harmonizing of the pub
lic health laws and the creation of a
central council of health
MALARIAL DISEASES
How to Avoid Them and the Se
rious Consequences of Neg
lect
Fix me up something to knock the
salaria doctor remarked a sallow
faced sickly looking man entering a
prominent physicians office the other
ay The doctor stepped to his medicine
case took down a couple of bottles mixed
a preparation which he handed to the
patient with the customary advice to
shake well and follow directions and
resumed his seat
Such cases are frequent replied the
aoctor in answer to a question The
Edward Y J warm1 days and damp chilly nights are
of the Andover Theological i certain malaria breeders and are most
Seminary made a brief historical serious in those who have neglected to
statement and Rev Robert A Hume
HMK
Clarks 0 N T siool cotton at only
4c per spool
Mens heavy grayArkansaw Sox 10c
value at only 5c pa pair
Dress Chambray nearly yall colors
10c value at only per yard
Forgetmenot blach domestic
values at only 12 prds for 100
Ottawa Meeting Will Discuss Creation
of a Central Council of Health
10c
Hodges Dry Go
WHY THEY FAIL
Most Pile Remedies Miss the Cause
of Piles N
DISCUSS PUBLIC HEALTH
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Jj 2 the day See me as I saw for I saw
afO Js as I see Long wood made short big
made smaK phone lwi and
I WHOOPING COUGH AND
ALL PULMONARY DISEASES
COMPOUND
ITRES COUGHS COLDS
CROUP SORE THROAT B
AT THE
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FINDS IT TO BE A SPUHDID REMtOf g
MrJ E Ryan Editor Berwick Regis 2
ter Berwick La writes I have used 3
Ballards Horchound Syrup Compound in 2
my family for several years and find it toZ
be a splendid remedy X
rl heartily recommend it to those suffering
from coughs and colds X
ecommenditas a safe cure for chil J5
X mg cough
5 and 100
Three Sizes 25c 50c
g
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO f
J ST LOUIS MISSOURI g
StfMK Sold and Recommended by tltUtt
All This Week
Ao Longer
Foot of John Street
The Great Milky Way
Matinee Wednesday 330
keep their stomach liver and bowels in A Host of Vaudeville Features
good condition Such persons are full
IUuatrated Soilgsand MOV
of the impurities on which the malarial
germ thrives and it is from this class
that typhoid fever pneumonia Brights
Disease small pox and yellow fever claim
most of their victims whenever these dis
eases are prevalent
The proper way to guard against the
malarial germ and the serious diseases
which follow it is to get into good condi
tion by taking a reliable remedy that
will keep the bowels clear and the liver
healthy and to continue with it at fre
quent intervals during the sickly season
A dose of Prickly Ash Bitters three or
four times a week will do all of this be
sides stimulating the digestion improv
ing the appetite and keeping the bodily
energy at the highest pitch
Prickly Ash Bitters is known every
where as a system tonic and bowel regu
lator It not only removes all traces of
malarial poison from the system but
tones up the vital organs gives new
strength and vigor makes the body
strong and the brain active
Prickly Ash Bitters is the best allaround
medicine for the family I ever used During the
past ten years I have always kept it in iny house
Whenever any of my family show signs of tnala
lia kidney trouble indigestion or constipation
a lew doses is all that is needed to make them
well and hearty again W II McWilliams
dickering La
Sold by druggists Price 100
ing Pictures
Metropolitan Band and
Orchestra
Admission
A Few Keserved Seats 25c
Biggest show you ever saw
in your life for the least mon
ey
Curtain 830
Matinee Wednesday and Sat
urday
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> MONUMENTS AND TOMB >
STONES CLEANED AND
RESET
Satisfactory Work and Prices >
WILL NANCE
Telephone 669
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Must be the gre
business life W
make the prices
offer the merch
we can save you
you to TESTtU
est October in our
are going to make
it the biggestWe are going to
ndvve are going to
ndise We know
mgney We want
We cordially invite you to see our
New Fall Suits We know that you
are interested because it means High
Grade Clothes at Moderate Prices
Schloss Bros Quality Clothes for
men and young men at 1500 1800
2000 and 2250
Miller Watt Companys Miller
Maid UnionMade Clothes for men
and young men at 1650 and 2250
New York aud Cincinnati made
Clothes at 350 500 750 1000
and 1250 They are STRONG
VALUES and we want you to see
them
Ladies Long Coats 450 value at
only 250 each
Mens Suits 500 value at only 350
each
Mens all solid leather shoes 200 val
ues at only 168 per pair
Ladies all solid leather shoes at only
50 per pair v
We cannot tell you of all we are offering Read our Big Price List published last week
then come see the merchandise We jvant to sell you jour fall mtrchandise
YOURS VERY TRULY
For anything in the Hardware line
iee Herman Schmidt Co 4lm
SAWING WOOD
see me saw Best power machine in
town Prices right
JOHN COTTON
HERALD WANT ADS ARE
RESULT BRINGERS
v
mBELMAN SON
UMBRELLAS
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
and made to order Gold and silver
handles fixed also All work guaran
teed
IN SHOE SHOP NEXT TO ROY
ALL BANK 912lm
Buying Cheap Goods
To save money is like stopping a
clock to save time Smoke a Dupli
cator Cigar 5c straight 250 per
box 500 per hundred For sale exi
clusively by Old Town Drug Store
L D Rose manager 811tl
Appel the Tailor
y IB mm pea
The Latest In Woolens The Best In
Trimmings Reliable Workman
ship Correct Cutting
SATISFACTION MUST BE YOURS
Mens Department at End of Hall Wo
mens Department at Head of Stairs
OVER PALESTINE
BANK
NATIONAL
Business Men
know that accuracy is essential
in everything If you are a
good business man you know
that you get an accurate and i
complete history of any piece of
property if you have us make
the abstract
Anderson County
Abstract Co
LUGXHof service is what really deter
mifies the valueol a 5EiTor ovefcoatr
is our contention that garments tailored by
the best Craftmen and made from the highest
grade of imported fabrics will certainly outwear
and ultimately prove more economical than those
which cost less at the outset
The Good Tailors
IT IS EXPENSIVE
to monkey with anything poor in the
line of PLUMBING The best is
bound to be the cheapest in the end and
besides it always gives satisfaction It
a is good plan to economize when econ
omy is a saving but in this instance it is
poor economy to sacrifice quality for
price
JIM RED WINE
Shop Cor Oak and John Sts
SATISFACTORY PHOTOGRAPHS
Made Any Time Day or
Night Kain or Shine
Phonc
RING 329
lothes
Need Cleaning and Pressing
535
Send them to us We will see thatthey are cleam
ed perfectly and are nicely pressed We do not
merely spot clean your garments Every thread of
the fabric is thoroughly cleaned and freshened up
by our uptodate process Your coat collar is free
from soil the sleeves do not bag at the elbow and the
coat front is straight and stiff when we return your
coat We do any kind of alteration for ladies and
gentlemen
Everything Called For and Delivered
In a Dust Proof Wagon
Tippen Gilhreath
Tailors
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