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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, November 01, 1910, Image 3

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WELL KNOWN HOTEL MAN
VISITS PALESTINE AND MAKES
CITIZENS A PROPOSITION
Yesterday afternoon in response to
an invitation several citizens met at
the First National Bank building to
meet Mr H H Franks an experi
enced and well known hotel man to
hear from him a proposition for an
uptodate hotel for Palestine jone ob
ject the Board of Trade has in view
Mr Franks was solicited to come to
Palestine and he comes with a defi
nite proposition in which citizens
are asked to take stock in a hotel en
terprise Mr Frank says he guaran
tees 7 per cent on the investment
Mr Franks is the managing di
rector of the Gunter Hotel at San An
tonio and the Bristol of Houston two
of the leading hotels of the state His
proposition if it goes through will
give the city ample hotel accommo
dation and a modern hotel in every
sense
y
Yesterday the visitor and a com
mittee of citizens looked over the lots
available for a hotel and the gentle
man remained over today for further
conferences
Returned From Little Rock
Manager A T Knies pt the Pales
tine Gas company returned home Sun
day night from a business trip to
little Rock Ark He comes back
with some good ideas and says he is
going to spring them Knies is a
booster and is a live wire all the
time
Little Daughter Dead
Yesterday afternoon the little two
yearold daughter Thelma of Mr and
Mrs Luther Hastings died and the
remains were carried to Elkhart to
day for interment A large number
of friends and relatives went down to
attend the ifuneral and to offer sym
pathy to the bereaved parents
COURT HOUSE NOTES
Deeds on File
< F Jolly and wife to Jack Rus
ell 475 conveys part of the J
lively survey
Mrs Sudie Phillips to P W Walker
1300 conveys part of the S G
s survey
3Clayyand wife to Steve Wll
ri Jf the W T
4 >
5yvW McMah6n and wife to M E
nell 800 conveys 160 acresof
df
IsaUuv H Thompson to Randall
Kelly J800 conveys part of the Dan
iel Tarish survey
J B McDonald and wife to J E
McGowan 1000 conveys part of the
R S Patterson survey
Henry White and wife to E M El
rod 20275 conveys part of the Lit
tle league
Gean Cook and
a to G J Gun
souies 1000 conveys part of the
Wm H Pate survey
J E Davis to Bose Reader 1 con
veys part of the Geo Anding league
J D DuPuy and wife to W B
iQuarles 10 and other considerations
conveys lot S block 2 Elkhart
W B Quarles to J D DuPuy
1000 and other considerations con
veys part ofvthe W S McDonald sur
vey <
Building Permit
R M Everett and wife two one
Btory houses to be built on lot 10
blocl Z DeBards addition 1595
WEATHER BULLETIN
Published By Authorityt of the Secre
tary of Agriculture
For Palestine and vicinity until 7
1 m AVednesday Tonight unsettled
weather cooler Wednesday partly
cloudy cooler
Temperature Lowest last night
59 highest yesterday 75
Weather Conditions
A narrow trough of low pressure
extends from the Great Lakes to
Northwest Texas with the lowest ba
rometer reading in Wisconsin Scat
tered showers have occurred in the
upper Mississippi valley the northern
Rocky mountain region and in Ore
gon South Dakota and Washington
The eastern high pressure area is
moving slowly eastward and the
weather is moderating in the rear of
this area The barometer is rising in
the northwest and the tepiperature
has fallen somewhat in that section
Theweather is warmer and partly
cloudy in Texas this morning Unset
tled and cooler weather is indicated
tor this vicinity tonight and partly
cloudy and cooler weather Wednes
day
T R Taylor
Official in Charge
For anything In the Hardware line
tee Herman Schmidt1 Co 4im
UNDER THE GUISE OF HALLO
WEEN PRANKS SOME BOYS OR
OTHERS DID EXTENSIVE DAM
AGE AT SECOND WARD SCHOOL
Most of the Halloween pranks
played in Palestinealast night were
typical of the spirit of mischief and
fun and no actual damage was done
but as always happens some few
people exceeded the limit and did ac
tual damage to valuable property
Several cases have been reported to
the city police The most flagrant
case is possibly the damage done to
the property of the Second Ward
school Some one and the police
want to know who tore away much of
the new fence recently built through
the efforts of the good people of that
ward and also tore away the steps
leading over the fence destroying or
carrying away the pickets and lum
ber This property had recently been
fixed up and won the hundred dollar
prize offered by Mr G E Dilley for
the best appearing school premises in
the city on the first day of September
of this year There is no justification
for such acts as this one and the
perpetrators should be punished If
it was done by small boys they
should receive attention from their
parents and if older people are re
sponsible they should be handled by
the law
To the Voters of Anderson County
Palestine Texas Oct 31 1910
Below you will see a notice of the
onlyK amendment or the state consti
tution to be voted upon at the Novem
ber election
This is the amendment to make
the Womans Confederate Home a
state institution to care for the Wo
men of the south who made the Con
federate soldier what he was they
were the jewels he prized and for
which he fought and it was their pa
triotic appeal that aroused his enthu
siasm and prepared him for the con
test of arms
Will you not as true loyal men of
the south heed this call and pay a
debt of gratitude a debt of long
standing to thesewomen wtiojrsuf
fered and endured for Dixie I feel
sure yon will
Respectfully
Mrs A R Howard
President Texas Division U D C
Attest Coral Ozment
Cor Sec Texas Division U D C
Built Methodist Church
Contractor L G Mclntyre has re
turned from LaRue Texas where he
has just finished the erection of a
pretty new Methodist church He
worked quite a number of men on the
building
Cottage Prayer Meetings
The Third Ward prayer meeting
will be held with Mrs James Kilgore
on Magnolia street Wednesday after
noon at 4 oclock
The Second Ward prayer meeting
will be held with Mrs J M Henry
on Fowler street Wednesday at 4
oclock 4r
kitchenerasTest man
The Hero of Khartoum a Confirmed
Bachelor and WomanHater
Breaks Into Society
Herald Special
London Nov 1 London was much
interested today in the wedding of
General Sir Archibald Hunter and
Mary Lady Inverclyde which took
place in St Georges Hanover Square
in the piesence of a large and fash
ionable assemblage Public interest
in the marriage was not due so much
to the fame of the bridegroom or the
wealth and social prominence of the
bride as to the fact that Lord Kitch
ener attended his old comradeIn
arms as best man The hero of Khar4
toum is renowned throughout the
United Kingdom as a confirmed
bachelor even a womanhater and it
is probable that never before did he
approach so near the matrimonial
altar
The wedding ceremony was per
foi med by the Archbishop of Yoi k as
sisted by the Bishop of Ripon and
Prebendary Anderson the rector of
St Georges Following the ceremony
there was a reception at the home of
the bride in upper Grosvenor street
The bride is the widow of Lord Inver
cljde who was chairman of the Cnn
ard Steamship company General Sir
Archibald Hunter is one of the most
famous commanders in the British
army and was a particular favorite of
the late king
LARGE MONDAY NIGHT CONGRE
GATION HEARD DR ANDERSON
AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Although Monday night the union
revival service last night was more
largely attended than any previous
service The song service was un
usually good All singers are urged
to attend and assist in this part of
the service
Dr J H Anderson was the speaker
of the evening and took as his text
II Cor S9 For ye know the grace
of our Lord Jesus Christ that though
He was rich yet for your sakes He
became poor that ye through His
poverty might become rich
Attention was called to the riches
of Christ prior to His advent in the
flesh He was rich beyond our pow
eis of comprehension Rich in crea
tive power and glory rich in posses
sion of the universe The earth is
the Lords and the fullness thereof
He was rich in honor and in love
rich in immortality
Yet this One who was so rich be
came poor Paul speaks of this latter
condition even as Poverty Con
sider it the Son of God became a
pauper If you would know the pov
erty of Jesus while upon earth you
have only to read the gospels Poor
in birth He who had from eternity
abode in mansions of heavenly splen
dor was in infancy sheltered in a
stable and cradled in a manger Poor
in childhood The Son of God run
ning with rapid feet upon human er
rands and performing the lowly tasks
of that Galilean home Poor in man
hood He who was the cieator of
worlds and of life must say The
foxes have holes and the birds of the
air have nests but the Son of man
hath not where to lay his head
Poor in friendship and sorrow His
followers forsook Him one of His
own betrayed Him and the people
whom He came to redeem crucified
Him Truly He became poor
And the purpose was simply this
That ye through His poverty might
become rich How rich we can
hardly conceive now yet some faint
glimpse of the riclies wBich are and
are to be ours may lie caught by con
sidering His riches We are to be
Heirs of God and joint heirs with
the Lord Jesus Christ We are of
fered an Inheritance incorruptible
and undefjled and thatv fadeth not
swayreswrtt far freaven
The sermon closed with an earnest
urgent appeal to all unsaved to ac
cept the Christ and enjoy the riches
which through Him God offers unto
men
It was a message long to be remem
bered by those present
The services will be continued
throughout the week and it is hoped
that many will be brought to Christ
Christians are urged to be active in
their work this week to the end that
many may be saved Special music
will be provided each evening To
night the ladies quartette of the
Christian church will sing You will
regret it if jou fail to hear them
The service will begin promptly at
730 All are invited
Reporter
Two Anniversary Events
Today marks the eightyfirst births
day of Captain James Eastland of this
city and is also the fiftyfourth an
niversary of his wedding day to his
good wife both of whom are residents
of Palestine beloved by a large circle
of friends The Herald hopes many
more years of happiness may come to
this couple who are still young in
their hearts
Tea and Apron Sale
Tea and apron sale at the home
of Mrs A G Greenwood given by the
Y Wi A of the Home Mission So
ciety of the Centenary Methodist
church Wednesday November 2 at
3 ollock Admission 25c 312t
Car load of fine red Arkansas Ap
ples on track near Moore Grocery
Company must be sold out quick 1
a bushel 283t
Car load of fine red Arkansas Ap
pies on track near Moore Grocery
Company must be sold out quick 1
a bushel 283t
For Sale
All or any part of 2 acies ribbon
cane taken up with the roots before
the fiost Price 75 cents per 100 if
taken now Address Henry Lincoln
Box 311 Palestine 31Ctd wtf
The Spot Store
Having solved the problem of cheap
prices we have opened the SPOT
STORE with full line of groceries and
feedstuff We also have an Al Mar
ket with Mr W T Daniel to serve
our trade with firstclass meats
Phone 913 for prompt delivery Cor
ner DeBard and Cottage Ave 3W t
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Four Building Lots at a
Bargain
We can deliver at once four desir
able lots at 80 per lot if taken within
the next several days Lots all ad
joining on North Jackson street fac
ing east sodded in grass and each
lot 50x140 feet Good drainage to
the rear Ten foot back alley Two
lots just south and adjoining sold at
240 Within a few minutes walk of
school church and the new north side
park VERY HIGH and healthy A
good investment or for home build
ing purposes Many houses being
built in the neighborhood Partial
payments if desired Phone us and
let us show you
312t Kendall Wilson
Seal Shipped Oysters
W H Smith is receivingdaily 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
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JAS F BROOK
Link Building >
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER
> Streets Sewers >
and Irrigation >
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Buy Your
Watches Clocks and
Jewelry
from J A H Thompson
Watch repairing a
specialty
Northeast Cornor Public Square
PALESTINE TEXAS
JACOB BOTAREYS
FARMERS
Avenue A 202
Sealshipt oysters served any style
Everything cheap
You Must Realize
This
that noiawyer can do any more
than search our abstracts With
out a complete abstract he is of
no service to you so first see
that you get the right abstract
and go ahead
Anderson County
Abstract Co
The Season is T w on for
FRUITS
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 Street
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EXPERT WORK
> Cut Glass and Fine Furniture t
j Packed for Shipment
Upholsteilng and Repairing
< We frame pictures
Ed Kingsbury
JOHN COTTON
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SAWING W00D
Yes but not laying low Busy all
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 machine in
town Prices right
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fe l
Renovated Throughout
When I bought the bakery in Old Town
I tore out all of the old fixtures and put
in everything new making my bakery
entirely modern A good baker is em
ployed and to meet the demand of the
trade two delivery wagons are now mak
ing prompt deliveries
A specialty of home made cakes
i iiii nf Bakery
424 Church Street Phone 1039
k Free Delivery
1 pint catsup
Buffalo syrup per gallon
Clarrette soap per case
Silk soap per case
NATIVE
PHONK
B4S
AN IMMACULATE
BATHROOM
is a joy in any household to say
nothing of its sanitary necessity
One of the chief lines of our
plumbing business is the furnish
ing and installing of bathtubs
and wash stands connected with
the water supply and sewer sys
tem by the latest devices in pip
ing Get a free estimate of cost
today
< YOURS TO PLEASEj
F E N T N
THE PLUMBERS
Should you need Cotton Ginning Cane Grinding Saw Mill or other
Machinery or repairs for same it matters not by whom made Dilleys
can save you time trouble or moneyxperhap3 all if you will consult
them You are desirious of building up Anderson County give proof of
it by first giving home factories employing home labor an opportunity
to serve you and then all things being equal give them the preference
Call on or Addross I
illey > Sofa
Pailoitins Testae
2pound tomatoes per dozen
2pound corn per dozen
Joseph N French Doctor of Optics Graduated at the South Bend College of
Optics 1903 Office at residence 109 Illinois Street Phone 1075
Dr French does not peddle spectacles but will call on request examine
and test your eyes free and take your order fora pair of Spectacles Phone 107 5
DONT RUSH PAST
a good thing Dont you know you can
go a long way and find nothing as good
in the line of
PLUMBING
as j u would find right here We are
here to stay which means that we
value our reputation greater harl profit
and will treat you so that you jWill re
commend us to your friends
e
Jim RED WINE
Shop Cor Oak and John Sts
UnformoDtsdaraaoJulMlorComman
Ion Purponec nnd SlcIC Chaaiior j
Old Port Wine 3 years old 150 per tral Sherry
Wine 3 years old 150 per gal Good Table
Claret 100 per gal i Fine Old Blackberry Wine
best In the market Those wines have taken first
premiums In Dallas Houston and San Antonio for
many years and are guaranteed to be pure In
every respect Jugs found and wines delivered to
any part of the city free of charge
W B WRIGHT Pji i xg h
SATISFACTORY PHOTOGRAPHS
Made Any Time Day or
Night Kain or Shine
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