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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, October 29, 1910, Image 3

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American Girls Husband Is
Pretender to Portugals Throne
The Duke of VIzeu evidently has visions of occupying the throne of Portu
gal with his wife who was Anita Stewart of New York Hitting beside him as
queen Vizeu perhaps better known as Prince Miguel of Brngunza is the
eldest son and heir of the Duke of Bmganza the pretender to the Portuguesr
throne The reign of the Braganza family in Portugal began In 1641 when
successful revolution against the rule of
theDuke of Braganza after leading a
Spain became King John IV The dynasty continued until 1M7 vwhen Napoleon
Invaded Portugal declared that the Braganza family no longer existed and
annexed the country to France Since that time the head of the Braganza
family has been called the pretender and of late years has been cared for by
Austria Prince Miguel and Miss Stewart were mnrrled in Scotland on Sept
15 1909 She is the daughter and one of two children of William Ithinelander
Stewart a wealthy and public spirited citizen of New York and Mrs James
Henry Smith She made her social debut during ithe winter of 19045 and
James Henry Smith better known as Silent Smith the multimillionaire
bachelor gave her a grand ball at his Fifth avenue home formerly the resi
dence of William C Whitney Sir and Mrs Stewart separated about that
time and tSvo years later the wife secured a South Dakota divorce She went
abroad immediately and there married James Henry Smith On March 28
1907 Mr Smith died in Japan while he was en route to New York with Mrs
Smith and Miss Stewart Mr Smiths fortune was estimated at nearly 100
000000 Of this amount his widow inherited under the will only about 3000
000 while Miss Stewart received only the life Interest at 4 per cent on bonds
valued at 402904
E INCOMING WEEK
Herald Special l
Washington D C Oct 29 The
week willsee the virtual close of the
political campaigns in the different
states The uncertainty with which
the results of the approaching election
are viewed with regards to the stale
and congressional contests alike will
undoubtedly lead to a whirlwind fin
ish of the campaign in many states
where campaigns of a comparatively
tame variety have been the rule for
many years
From the first to the last day of
the week a flood of political oratory
will surge over New York Pennsyl
vania Ohio Indiana Massachusetts
Missouri Iowa California Wisconsin
and numerous other states where the
closeness of the contests or issues of
more than ordinary importance has
TERRIBLE STRAIN
RESULTED NOT AMISS
A Lenoir Lady After Two INetkt
Grinding Labor Feels
Better Than Ever
Lenoir N C I am not tired at all
and am stouter than I have ever been
writes Mrs Kate Waters of Lenoir N C
although I have just finished a two
weeks wash I lay my strength to
Cardui the womans tonic I have taken
C lot of it and I can never praise it
enough for what it has done for me I
can never thank you enough for the ad
vice you gave me to take Cardui for
tince taking it I look so well and am
itout as a mule
You are urged to take Cardui that gen
tle vegetable tonic for weakwomen Its
use will strengthen and build up your sys
tem relieve or prevent headache back
ache and the ailments of weak women
It will surely help you as it has helped
thousands of others in the past 50 years
N R Wrffe to Ladles Advisory DepL Chatta
oi Medicine Co ChaianooeaTcnn forSpfcaJ
ttfcettotu and64paee book Home Treatment
Wesca teat la plain wrapper on reauttt
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created intense interest in the cam
paigns
Colonel Itbosevelt has a strenuous
week ahead of him if he carries out
the schedule now arranged New
j York City will hear him for trie last
time during the campaign on Monday
night The following night he will
speak in Brooklyn and immediately
after he will leave for the west to fill
an engagement to speak in behalf of
some of the republican candidates for
congress in Iowa The western trip
will consume three days He will re
turn east in time to close the New
York campaign with a speech in
Buffalo Saturday night
Tuesday will he election day in
Cuba when half the members of the
senate and of the lower house of the
national legislature are to be chosen
together with many lociil officers The
result of this first election under the
administration of President Gomez
and the second to be held by a Cu
ban government without the influ
ence of American control naturally
will attract a good deal of attention
from the outside world There has
been a great deal of political excite
ment in the island for some months
and in Havana five parties have put
candidates in the field
The week will see some notable
events in faroff South Africa center
ing around the opening of the first
parliament of the South African
Union which was formed last year by
the federation of Capei Colony Natal
the Transvaal and Qrange River Col
ony The parliament will be opened
by the Duke of Conanght the uncle
of King George V who is due to ar
rive at Cape Town Monday Accom
panied by the Duchess of Connaught
and Princess Patricia his royal High
ness will make an extensive tour of
the four states of the union following
the opening of the parliament which
will take place Friday
The feeling of political unrest and
uncertainty which has existed In
Spain for some months and which
has been intensified by the recent
course of events in Portugal will
cause much attention to center in
the proceedings of the Cortes which
has been called to convene Monday
Its doublestrcngth
ifaitstheeofebill
mtwolts superior
quality gives it
a value double
its jriee
The Reily Taylor Co
New OrleansUSA
According to the latest reports from
Madrid Premier Canalejas will exert
all his power and influence to push
his program of liberal measures
through parliament
Two of the worlds most celebrated
actresses are scheduled to begin
American tours during the week In
Chicago Monday night Mme Sarah
Bernhardt the great French tragic
actress will begin a tour that will
embrace many of the principal cities
of the United States and Canada In
New York Jater in the week Ellen
Terry the English Shakespearian act
ress who was for many years asso
ciated with Sir Henry Irving will
make her American debut as a lec
turer
An inquiry is to begin InNewark
Wednesday into the mental condition
of Mrs Caroline B Martin one of the
Wardlaw sisters accused of murder
ing Ocey Snead the East Orange N
J bathtub victim
Other events of the week of more
or less interest and importance will
include the opening of the first Ca
nadian National Apple Show in Van
couver the three days automobile
race meeting in Atlanta the annual
meeting of the Association of Military
Surgeons of the United States ii
Richmond Va and the opening of the
International Fair at San Antonio
Texas
Who Are They
By a Staff Correspondent
We ail have a way of saying they
sav this or thatof some person oft
some thing arid v accepting It bur
selves as authentic when some one
says they say to us s
But if we stopped to inquire into
the exact source of the information
either we would be unable to trace it
back to any one other than the elu
sive individual They Say or we
will find back of it the unkind gos
sip of some enemy
And just because they say fails
to put the blame of a falsehood on
any one persons shoulders it really
is the most dangerous of statements
and one of the hardest to refute
So let us beware of believing they
say stories Let us treat lightly all
gossip introduced by the words they
say Or if this gossip makes us sus
picious of its object and it is natu
Ml and human that it should at
times let us suspend judgment until
we KNOW In other words let us
do the object of they say the jus
tice to investigate until we find some
one who is in a position from actual
knowledge and whom we can trust
to make a positive statement over hit
own name as to the truth or falsity
of the they say story
The writer has been led to pen
this little lesson in practical fairness
by reading a little book issued by the
CocaCola Company of Atlanta Ga
entitled The Truth About Coca
Cola That truly delicious and
wholesome beverage has for so long
been the subject of they say stories
in which all manner of untrue and
detrimental things about CocaCola
have been circulated that the manu
facturers have been forced to issue
their book giving authentic informa
tion about this beverage And the in
formation therein contained does not
rest its case on any they say state
ments but bases its arguments on
analysis and statements of chemists
and scientists occupying the highest
positions in America
This is a most interesting book a
line study in dignity in refuting false
hoods and a book of information
that all should read You will find
it well worth your while to write and
ask the CocaCola Company Atlanta
Ga to send you a free copy 3
The public is hereby warned that
the pond located hack of the negro
cemetery and known as COLLEYS
POND is posted and that all tres
passers will be prosecuted to the
fullest extent of the law
1022lm Sims Colley
Herald want ada bring results
President Ripleys Birthday
Herald Special
Chicago Oct 29 President Ed
ward P Ripley of the Atchison To
peka and Santa Fe Railway com
pany whose recent controversy with
Senator Cummins on the subject of
railroad capitalization and his testi
mony before the Interstate Commerce
Commission have made him one of
the most prominent figures in the
railroad world will celebrate his sixty
fifth birthday tomorrow Mr Ripley
was born in Dorchester Mass in
1S45 and began his railroad career at
twenty years of age rising from the
position of clerk to the presidency of
the great Santa Fe system
Roosevelts Day of Rest
Herald Special
New York Oct 29 Following a
strenuous week of campaigning up
state Colonel Roosevelt returned to
his home in Oyseter Bay this morn
ing for a two days rest Monday
night he is to deliver a speech in
Manhattan and the following night in
Brooklyn Then he will start on a
flying trip to Iowa to makeseveral
speeches for the republican candi
dates there returning in time to close
the campaign in Buffalo a week from
to ight
DANDRUFF CAUSED BY A GERM
A New Discovery That Kills the Germ
and Prevents Baldness
Pretty nearly jail the hair prepara
tions for dandruff have some merit in
allaying itching of the scalp and in
being a fairly good dressing for the
hair but there is only one that rec
ognizes what causes dandruff and
that destroys the cause a little germ
and that is Newbros Herpicide
This germ eats its way into the scalp
it digs up the scalp into little white
scales Unless Jt is destroyed theres
no permanent stopping of falling hair
and cure of dandruff and baldness
Newbros Herpicide kills the germ
Destroy the cause you remove the
effect
Sold by leading druggists Send 10c
In stamps for sample to The Herpicide
Co Detroit Mich
One dollar bottles guaranteed Brat
ton Drug Co Special Agents Adv
1 yNew Headquarters
C A Pryor the machinist has
moved his shop to Spring street In
the Grainger building next to the
Fore Wholesale house and is fitted
up to do your repair work Special
attention to automobile work Phone
ijP 1052 1 ring residence 1052 2
rings 929tf
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For anything In the Hardware line
see Herman Schmidt Co 4lm
Seal Shipped Oysters
W H Smith Is receiving daily seal
shipped Oysters the best ever
brought to the city 3 dozen to sealed
can and absolutely free from contam
ination 35c a can Phone 1063 17tf
CITATION
Stateof Texas County of Anderson
In District Court Winter Term A
D 1910
To the Sheriff or Any Constable of
Anderson County Greeting
Affidavit having been made as re
quired by law you are hereby com
manded to summon Mrs Mary Aycock
by making publication of this citation
once In each week for four successive
weeks previous to the return day
hereof in some newspaper published
in your county if there be a news
paper published therein but if not
then in any newspaper published in
the Third Judicial District but if
there be no newspaper published In
said Judicial Distirct then in a news
paper published in the nearest district
to said Third Judicial District to ap
pear at the next regular term of the
district court of Anderson county to
be holden at the court house thereof
in Palestine on the fourth Monday in
November A D 1910 the same being
the 28th day of November A D 1910
in a suit numbered on the docket of
said court No 8347 then and there to
answer the petition of Edward Mc
Carthy filed in said court on the 2Gth
day of October A D 1910 against
Mary Aycock and Mary G Beisner
and alleging in substance as follows
towit
That plaintiff and defendant are
the owners of the following described
land situated in Anderson county
Texas
First Tract Situated on the waters
of Still Creek a part of the S Ben
nett survey beginning at the n e
coiner of the S Bennett survey and
in the s b line of the Richard Duty
league thence n S9 e 798 vrs to
stake from which b j S in dla brs
n GO w 8 vrs do brs n 75 e 3 rs
thence s 986 vrs stake n e cor of
a CO acre tract owned by Mrs Nettie
Cole b j 4 in dia from which a pine
8 in dia brs n 50 w 4 vrs a pine S
in dia brs n 45e 1 vr thence s
89 w 798 < vrs to stake In w b line
of S Bennett survey from which pine
30 in dia brs n 40 e 7 vrs mkd
X thenco n 1 w 986 vrs to place
of beginning containing 140 acres
more or less
Second Tract 10 acres out of the
Jane Millender 1280 acre headright in
Anderson county Texas beginning at
stake in n edge of Palestine and Rusk
road in w line of R Duty league and
e line of Jane Millender survey 910
vrs s 2 e from its n e cor from
which r o 28 in dia brs n 13 vrs
thence n 2 w with the w line of the
Duty league 120 vrs to stake for cor
ner two r o for bearing trees thence
s 66 w 238 vrs to stake r o and
p o for bearing trees thence s 68
w 169 12 vrs to stake pine and p
o for bearing trees thence s 28 e
193 vrs to n edge of Palestine and
Rusk road stake double sweetgum and
pine for bearing trees thence with
the general course of said Palestine
and Rusk road about n 69 e 379 vrs
to the beginning all bearing trees
mkd X
Plaintiff avers that he owns 1720
of above described land and defend
ant Mary Aycock Is the owner of
120 of same and that defendant
Mary Beisner is the owner of 220 of
same
Wherefore plaintiff prays that cita
tion issue in due form of law to de
fendants and upon a hearing hereof
the court order the above land par
titioned or should theeourt find that
same is incapable of equitable parti
tion that the same be sold and the
proceeds of such sale be applied to
the said owners as their interest may
appear
Herein fail not but have before said
court at its aforesaid next regular
term this writ with syour return
thereon showing how you have exe
cuted the same
Witness Jno R Moore Clerk of the
District Court of Anderson county
Given under my hand and the seal
of said court at office In Palestine
this the 27th day of October A D
1910Seal
Seal Jno R Moore
Clerk of the District Court of Ander
son County 2951219d
CITATION
The State of Texas
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
Anderson County Greeting
Oath having been made as required
by law you are hereby commanded to
summon the heirs of H D Taylor
deceased by making publication of
this citation once in each week for
eight successive weeks previous to
the return day hereof in some news
paper published in your county to
appear at the next regular term of
the District Court of Anderson coun
ty to be holden at the court house
thereof in Palestine on the fourth
Monday In November 1910 the same
being the 28th day of November 1910
then and there to answer a petition
filed1 In said court on the 1st day of
October 1910 in a suit numbered on
the docket of said court No 8332
wherein A D Evans is plaintiff and
the heirs of H D Taylor deceased
are defendants and said petition al
leging that heretofore towit on the
1st day of September 1910 plaintiff
was In the lawful possession as the
owner m fee simple of the south half
of Lot Four in block H of Jacksons
Addition to the City of Palestine An
derson county Texas that after
wards on the 1st day of September
1910 the defendants entered upon and
dispossessed plaintiff of the above de
scribed land and withhold from him
the possession thereof and that the
nature of the claim of the defendants
the heirs of H D Taylor deceased
in and to said land is as follows
The defendants claim that said H D
Taylor acquired the title to said land
prior to his death by warranty deed
of J E Davis and wife of date July
25th 1883 recorded in Vol 33 page
474 of Anderson County Deed Rec
ords as well as by release subse
quently executed by Royall Coleman
Co unto the said H D Taylor of
the vendors lien which was retained
in said deed and plaintiff admits that
said H D Taylor did become the
owner of said land by virtue of the
aforesaid deed and release but plain
tiff avers that the title so acquired by
the said H D Taylor as well as any
title or claim which passed to his
heirs upon his death in and to said
land have been long ago lost and
barred under the operation of the
statutes of limitations of five and ten
years and plaintiff has acquired a
superior title to said land under said
statutes as specially plead In said
petition
Herein fail not but have before
said court at its aforesaid next reg
ular term this writ with your return
thereon showing how you have exe
cuted the same
Witness Jno R Moore Clerk of
the District Court of Anderson county
Given under my hand and the seal
of said court at office In Palestine
this the 1st day of October 1910
Seal Jno R Moore
Clerk of the District Court of Ander
son County
By Eddie Morris Deputy
10l8tdS
HERALD WANT ADS ARE
RESULT BRINGERS
Coles Original hoir
Blast Heater
The cleanest the easiest to care for TTsera
of coal must remember that the ordinary
beater is a biff care to operate That Its
smoke and ashes entail dusting curtain wash
log and carpet sweeping Think then or the
easy operation and the cleanliness of Cole s
Hot Blast This heater has a guaranteed
smokeproof feed door through which a cur
rent of air draws the smoke directly across
the top of the stove to tbe stove pipe away
from the opening Contrast this simple
cleanly feed with the side door In an ordinary
beater Side doors used on other store per
mit the escape of dirty smoke unpleasant
gases and accumulated soot drops from it
If you overfill a side door stove coal faUs
to the floor The airtight feature embodied
In Coles Hot Blast Heater Is an everlasting
advantage In Its favor AUow us to show you
this perfect heater before you buy B17
Buy Your
Watches Clocks and
Jewelry
from JAHThompson <
Watch repairing a
specialty
Northoast Corner Public Stjuaro
PALESTINE s TEXAS
JACOB BOTAREYS
FARMERS
RESTAURANT
AvenueA 202
Sealshipt oysters served any style
Everything cheap
A clear title to your land is what
you want above everything else
To get same let us make the
abstract Our cpmpleteand ac
curate method is a guarantee
of ybur protection
Anderson Comity
Abstract Co
THE
JOHN COTTON
Peoples Grocery
107 Louisiana St
Clipper Tomatoes 2lb can 7c
Sugar 8 pounds BOc
Gold Leaf Flour 48pound
sack Si65
Coal oil 5 gallons 60 c
Matches two boxes 1000
matches Be
Delivered to Any Part
of the City
Phone 82
The Season is Now on for
FRUIT
And in addition to our nice
Candies Refresments and In
vigorating Drinks we have
just put in a Dandy Line of
Fresh Luscious California
Fruits
PalestineCandy Kitchen
Royal Bank Building Main Sireet
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EXPERT WORK
Cut Glass and Fine Furniture
Packed for Shipment
Upholstering and Repairing
We frame pictures
Ed Kingsbury
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SAWING WOOD
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Yes but not laying low Busy air
the day See me as I saw for I saw
as I see Long wood made short big
wood made small Phone 1091 and
see me saw Best power machlno la
town Prices right
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