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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, November 09, 1910, Image 8

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W T Cherry
today
Lee J Berryman was a passenger
west this morning
yj W Cuningham was a passenger
for the south today
Mrs C A Bearden returned to Ty
ler today after a visit to lelatives
here
Mr and Mrs Harry Kitcher re
turned to their home in Spring last
night
S E Miller cashier at the First
National Bank spent yesterday at
Grapeland
Dr G P Barnes and family and
Mrs W P Powers have returned
homefrom Mineral Wells
Mrs Riley Wright left last night
for El Reno Oklahoma to join
PURELY PERSONAL
cludes up to November 1 Last jear
for the same date the figures were
7017S49 Round bales this vear SI
187 as against 109C21 in 1909
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Herald want ads Dring results
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We are always ready to sell you
the right kind of a timepiece at the
right kind of price There is nothing
better than the best and these we
carry Our stock of Watches both
in Ladies and Gents is complete and
an assortment we are pleased to show
For a gift what is better more dur
able and what gives the satisfaction
of a firstclass timepiece
Come and look them over
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COPELANDS
The Home of the Gillette
of Tyler was here
her
KleTC j
Miss KathleejrSJameson and her
guest Miss Ruth Atterbury left to
day for Corsicana to join a house
party
Mrs Alice Story on her way from
Timpson to Hubbard City visited
friends here resuming her journey
this morning
Will Sweep Saturday Night
Street Supervisor Bntton reports
the receipt of the brooms long lost on
the road from the factory and he
says the big sweeping will come off
Saturday night so that Palestine may
enjoy clean streets Sunday njorning
Hereafter the streets will be swept
on Saturday nights Good
Cotton Crop Report
Herald Special
Washington D C Nov
cotton report issued by the
ment today shows ginned of the 1910
crop 73399S3 bales counting round
bales as half bales This report in
91 The
govern
BUDD AND WAYNE
Drew Capacity Audience to the Lyric
Last Evening
The management sajs
The best proof that Budd and
Wayne the excellent vaudeville team
now playing at the Ljric made good
on their opening night is tjie fact that
nearly everybody who saw them Mon
day night came back to see them
again last night and brought others
along filling the little plaj house to
its capacity
This clever pair will conclude their
engagement here tonight and on to
morrow night the management of the
Lyric will offer for its vaudeville at
traction the Earl Sistois company a
trio of ladies presenting a very pretty
little comedy playlet A Stoiy in
Black and White in which they will
introduce some of the very latest
songs and dances
Back to Nature a Vitagraph film
will be the feature in motion pictures
tonight It is a silent drama show
ing that a mans a man fqr a that
Manliness is shown in actions prompt
ed fiom within and are not always
evidence on the surface There is a
heap of thought in this picture and
a strong demonstration that fame
and fortune from no condition rise
Act well your part there all the
honor lies
Buy Your Suit rrom Flanagan
HERALD WANT ADS ARE
RESULT BRINGERS
PATERSONS JUBILEE
Industrial Exposition Marks One Hun
dredth Anniversary of Beginning
of Silk Manufacture Here
Herald Special
Paterson N J Nov 9 Marking
the one hundredth anniversary of the
beginning of silk manufacture in
America theie was opened in Pater
son today an industrial exposition to
show the great strides that have been
made in the industry during the cen
tury The exhibition and attendant
celebration will last t n days Every
process in the industry is demon
strated in the exhibition from that
of spinning the minute thread from
the cocoon through all the steps of
doubling reeling filling warping dye
ing weaving and finishing
Paterson has for many years been
the chief center of the silk industry
in America though i was not here
but in Mansleld Conn that the first
silk mill was established in 1S10 In
I Paterson here are now nearly three
j hundred separate silk firms thirty
jtwo firms having started in the busi
I ness within a year The value of
the annual product of the greitmills
is 30000000 and 40000 men and wo
men keep 21000 looms spinning in
order to help the American woman
retain her title to the best dressed
women in the world
Chrysanthemums
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for sale
Phone
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DESERTER IN TROUBLE
Private Being Taken to Fort Sam
Houston For Trial Attempts to
Leave His Guards
This moi ning Sergeant Johnson and
Private Smith of the U S army were
passing thiough Palestine with Pri
vate Douthlt who was being carried
from Fort Logan Ark to Fort Sam
Houston at San Antonio to be tried
on a charge of desertion When the
train started out from this city the
prisoner jumped from the tiain and
was followed by the guards They
recaptured the prisoner From what
a Herald man could leain Douthit
on a leave of absence failed to re
turn He appealed for his trial to
take place at another place than Fort
Logan as he asserted he thought he
would not he given a fair trial Now
he will have to answer to this attempt
to escape
The Peoples
Company
Pays the big price for
second hand furniture
Down on Avenue A
Phone IIO
sqwsWMW maaiijfAUr
The high standing remarkable
growth and popularity of this
Bank are due first to the abso
lute safety afforded second to
the careful and prompt attention
given and third to the personal
interest shown
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First National Bank
Palestine Texas
Thanks to Mr Garrison
The Herald is under obligations to
Deputy County Clerk Homer Garrison
for courtesies extended Mr GaVrison
is a mostofiliging and courteous offi
cial and is ever willing to give time
and assistance to patrons of the of >
fice and others He is a good and
deserving man and sets an example
that other public officials would do
well to emulate
Herald want ads bring result
Costume Velvets
r
Dame fashion has said it and the larger cities
have given it their stamp oft approval
And deservedly so foiwKat is more beautiful
or graceful than the soft shimmer ancLeasy drape
of this velvet dress fabric It is equally stylish
for coat suits for streetJor evening dress for
waists for evening wrapsla1bdwGarTiage CQats 7
Before selecting this particular fabric we looked
carefully into the merits of eleven different cos
tume velvets and we offer wyou a cloth nearly
threequarters of a yard wide for one dollar the
yard that is superior tq all the rest in looks
finish and drape k
Ve Gran Leader
x Palestines Leading Store
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By Vote Yesterday Town Decided to
Adopt Commission Form of
City Government
In the election jesterday at Elk
hart in addition to the general elec
tion a special election was held on
the question of incorporating the town
and adopting the commission form of
government The proposition carried
by a majority of five votes and the
following officers were chosen
Major A G Douthitt
Commissioners Claience Quarels
and F W Woodard
Elkhart has been unincorporated
heretofore and is possibly the small
est city in the country to adopt the
commission form Mayorelect Dou
thitt is here today conferring with
Palestine officials This is certainly
a progiessive move for our neighbor
town
NINE MINERS RESCUED
From the
Wrecked Mine
idad Colorado
Near Trln
Herald Special
Trinidad Colo Nov 9 Nine of the
miners who were entombed in the ex
plosion which killed four miners yes
terday were tescued alive today all
in good physical condition
Experienced Stenographer at Ken
dall Wilsons office Work prompt
ly executed for the public 75t
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A Logical
Argument
Often times you get crossed with
vour own good judgment and do
things when you are absolutely aware
you are wrong
Perhaps it is force of habit per
i haps it is stubbornness or maybe you
are afraid of your own opinion and
allow others to think for you
Public opinion often times has its
weight
Here is the Point
We sell dry goods of all description
and carry the largest assortment of
shoes in the city It is reasonable to
suppose that we think as much of our
good name as other business houses
Therefore we want to be fair with
our trade When we sell you any ar
ticle for GOOD you may rest assured
it must be that way or back goes
your money
If you buy an article and are not
satisfied bring it back
The Main Issue
Come to town with the intention of
buying 500 worth of men handise
spend it all at some other place and
then some more
You come to Horwits with the same
amount Result 400 has bought
what 500 cost you elsewhere
Final result100 saved on 500
J
Yotirs Very Truly
H HORWITS
Stenographer
I am prepared to do stenographic
work for the public at reasonable
rates for ffrstclass work My office
is With my father Dr A A Speegle
in the Brown > Gardner Dick build
ing
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Herald want ads are result bring
< hers three lines three times 25c
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
FOR SALE Improved farm 3 miles
eist 1500 per acre Four room cot
itage south slde in BldS Assn
Office phone 236 home phone
Misg Mae Speegle
119lm
HERALD WANT ADS ARE
RESULT BRINGERS
754
SPECIAL
On Saturdayonlya
MORGAN < DAVIS
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Chocolate and BonBons Regular 40c pound for
20c
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Remember the DaySaturday
A Few Specials For This Week
White Porcelain Bowl and Pitcher
White Porcelain Slop Jar and Cover
1 Set Colonial Glass Tumblers
No 2 Glass Lamp complete
Large Decorated Jardiniere
Decorated China Cuspidor
THE FAI
Headquarters For Post Cards
To Put One of Our
NeW arid Wonderful
75c
75c
15a
25c
19c
15e
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Phone ij
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FOR SALE Good work horse at h
bargain See H H Devenport or f
phone 664 96t
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AMBER LIGHTS
IN YOUR HOME
Just to show it in action alongside of any other kind
of light you may clance to be using
You will be surprised to note the immense volume of
lightthat it gives a greater volume than you get from
three to five house lights of any other type
Its effect on your eyes will be a sensation of rest and
comfort and will reflect for the first time the faces of
your family under artificial light their natural soft
warm colors and the harmonies of decoration and dress
will be undisturbed
We will send out and attach this light to any gas fix
tuies j on designate you to have the privilege of buying
or refusing the light after inspection
If j on wish to keep the light we will charge its cost
1 GO to your account two payments Tf you like
PALESTINE GAS CO
29O Oak St
Phone 296
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