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

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JUESMAJtft
L NOTES
Edited By the Pupils
The P H S football team has prac
ticed this week with the greatest en
ergy and enthusiasm as there will
be a game Saturday with the General
Office team The High School play
ers realize that their opponents not
only outweigh them but also have
some knowledge of their signals
However In spite of these disadvan
tages the boys die determined to do
their best and if they are defeated
the High School will be proud of
them for the earnest effort which i
they have made
If the secret of success is con
stancy to purpose the B Natural
Club will succeed in giving to the
public in the near future one of the
most beautiful operettas ever enjoyed
by a Palestine audience for the club
under the very skillful training of
Miss Frances Fullinwider is working
to bring each part to perfection
This week the English department
has received forty volumes of fiction
including works of Dickens Thack
eray and George Eliot These are a
valuable addition to the P H S li
brary and will be a source of great
pleasure to the students
The encyclopaedia which the High
School was enabled to obtain through
the generosity of the citizens of Pal
estine has arrived and will be in
use in the High School immediately
The new apparatuswhich was or
dered for the science department has
arrived The following comprise the
new articles An optical disc with all
attachments collision balls for ex
plaining propagation of sound Boyls
Law Apparatus Voltameter steam
and gasoline engine models glass
models of lift and force pumps hy
draulic press and ram model motor
and dynamo electrolysis apparatus
torsion apparatus a triple beam bal
ance reading to hundredth of grain
divisions a dissected telephone and
telegraph outfit and numerous other
articles
A school song book has been adopt
ed and much pleasure is anticipated
from the daily music
Rev L D Anderson delivered a
profitable and interesting address on
Wednesday morning These weekly
talks are an inspiration to the stu
dents and are greatly enjoyed by
them
The new schedule of hours in the
High School is working well The at
tendance punctuality and general
work of the pupils has apparently
beeji much Improved by the change
ffiese are the results that we hoped
to bring about by the change and we
assured those who sighed the peti
FARMERS WIFE
HAD HEAP TO DO
Mrs Shepherd Was in Bad Shape
When She Could Not Stand on
Her Feet
Durham N C 1 am a farmers
wife writes Mrs J M Shepherd of
this city and have a heap to do
Four monthsago I could not stand
on my feet to do anything much but at
this tune I do the most oi my work I
took Cardui and it did me more good
than all the doctors
You dont know half how I thank you
for the Cardui Home Treatment I wish
that all women who suffer from womanly
trouble would treatthemselves as I have
Ladies can easily treatthemselves at
home with Cardui the womans tonic
It is easy to take and so gentle in its
action that it cannot do anything but
good
Being composed exclusively of vege
table ingredients Cardui cannot lay up
trouble m your system as mineral drugs
often do Its ingredients having no
harsh medicinal effects and being non
poisonous and perfectly harmless Cardui
is absolutely safe for young and old
Ask your druggist He will tell you to
try Cardui
N a Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chitta
r
tion for the change o hours that it
it does not result in every way for
good to the High School we shall be
the first 40 ask the school board to
change back to the old schedule We
are working with alK our might to
make the Palestine High School the
best high school in Texas and we feel
the deepest gratitude to those who
are in any way assisting us toward
that end
A system of electric bells has been
installed in the High School building
and the signals are given on these in
stead of on the large bell as formerly
Miss Johnnie Link entertained a
few of her friends in the mathematics
room at noon Thursday in honor of
her birthday Refreshments were
served and the cutting of the birth
day cake afforded much amusement
Miss Mildred Prather cut the nickle
Miss Drucilla Matthews the hair pin
and Miss Annie Robinson the thimble
At a meeting of the Sophomore
basket ball team it was found that
about thirty dollars was realized from
the benefit given at the Gem on
November 4th The money thus ob
tained is to be used in equipping the
team and they hope to begin practice
soon under the coaching of Mr An
derson
The loss of John Willis of the Soph
omore class who stopped school on
account of ill health is greatly re
gretted by theentire High School
Miss Pearl Dubose has been absent
from school for more than a week on
account of illness She has been
greatly missed and all hope she will
be back again soon
When a cold becomes settled in the
system it will take several days treat
ment to cure it and the best remedy
to use is Chamberlains Cough Rem
edy It will cure quicker than any
other and also leaves the system in a
natural and healthy condition Sold
by Bratton Drug Co
Aviator Peeters Dead
Brussels Nov 11 Aviator Peeters
who was dashed seventyfive feet to
the ground jesterday while making a
died
injuries
SSgffi5 S8 o a crosscountry aeroplane flight
HrWoaeKBt la slain wrapper entequu today from the results of his i
Cheapness
vs Quality
In the matter of food you cant afford to
sacrifice Quality for Cheapness Economy
is right and good but inferior food products
are dear at any price
BAKING
POWDER
is economical not Cheap Try
it The best at any price or
your money back
JAQUES MFG CO
Chicago
Guaranteed
under all
Pare Food Laws
Will
SIXTEEN DEMOCRATS
Represent Texas In the
Branch of Congress
Texas congressional
democrats
1 Morris Sheppard
2 Martin Dies
3 James Young
4 C B Ransdell
5 Jack Beall
G Rufus Hardy
7 Alexander W Gregg
S John M Moore
9 George F Burgess
10 Albert S Burleson
itr52ert L Hgnry
12 Oscar Calloway
13 John H Stephens
14 Jame s L Slayden
15 John N Garner
1C William R Smith
Lower
winners all
Many school children suffer from
constipation which Is often the cause
of seeming stupidity at lessons Cham
berlains stomach and Liver Tablets
are an ideal medicine to give a child
for they are mild and gentle in their
effect and will cure even chronic con
Sold by Bratton Drug Co
stipation
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Chemists From Five States
Herald Special
Cincinnati O Nov 12 Eminent
chemists of Pennsylvania Kentucky
Indiana Ohio and Illinois gathered in
thig city todaj for a meeting and
banquet in celebration of the twen
tieth anniversary of the founding of
the Cincinnati branch of the American
Chemical Society Dr W D Ban
croft of Cornell University president
of the American Chemical Society
was the guest of honor at the meeting
Lame back comes on suddenly and
is extremely painful It is caused by
rheunutism of the muscles Quick re
lief is afforded by applying Chamber
lains Liniment Sold by Bratton
Drug Co
Johnny Kllng Is 35
Herald Special
Kansas City Mo Nov J2 John
Kliug the star catcher of the Chi
ny
ice t0 keeP U fr ° m melting
cago Cubs is preparing to celebrate f
ing some cooler now and if any
his thiVtyfifth birthday tomonow
ld customers want their pianos
The famous backstop was born in this ° f °
city November 13 1S75 and has lived
heie all his life In his early career
on the diamond he played with clubs
In Rockford 111 Houston Texas and
St Joseph Mo He went from St
Joseph to Chicago in 1900 and for the
greater part of ten years has been
the premier catcher of the National
League club in that city
The Texas Wonaer
cures Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic
troubles 100 bottle seldom fails to
give Quick and permanent relief
Write for local testimonials Dr W
13 Hall 292C Olive St St Louis Mo
Sold by Druggists
Want Boundary Settled
Washington D C Nov 11 The
j state of Minnesota today filed a peti
i tion with the supreme couit asking it
i to name a commission to settle the
boundaiy dispute with Wisconsin over
the w aters of Lake Pepin
I Three lines of Want Ad space for
three days can be bought at the Her j Located on Avenue A
ald office for 25c tist chucrh
umUftTmVMi liiSiY t i
We Extend to You
A most cordial invitation to drop into our big store at anytime
whether you wish to buy at that particular time or not we know
you will want to buy today tomorrow or next week We want you
to get acquainted with us and our stock and to know what a great
variety of merchandise we carry Every week we have something
special Something under the yalue that will be of interest Next
week we will have quantities from every department and the price
will be a saving <
We will be glad to have you visit us We know we can save you money
Hodges Dry Goods Company
Western
League May Drop Topeka
Herald Special
Chicago Nov 12 Topeka may be
dropped from the Western League
next season and the vacant berth j
given to Colorado Springs or Oklaho j
ma City The matter was discussed1
by President ONeil and the league
magnates who gathered at the Grand
Pacific Hotel here today for the
ular fall session but no definite de j
cislon is likely to be reached for som
time Topeka it is understood will
endeavor to retain her franchise
Racing Begins In California
Herald Special
Tennis Cal Nov 12 The
r idiiiu seasorr in California
was Inaugurated today with the run
ning of the Opening handicap of
1000 at Emeryville under the au
spices of the New California Jockey
Club The meeting will last one
hundred days during which time
over 20000in stakes will be distrib
uted The most valuable event will
be the California Derby which will
be worth 2500 It will be run on
Washingtons birthday
For Featherweight Title
New Orleans Nov 12 Fight fol
lowers of the Crescent City and vicin
ity are on edge in anticipation of the
bout between Abe Attell and Frankie
Conley for the featherweight cham
pionship The contest is to be a
twentyround affair and is to be pulled
off tomorrow afternoon under the
auspices of the West Side A C Both
fighters have been training faithfully
since the articles were signed and
both appear to be in excellent condi
tion for the go
NoTsuOh Carnival Houston Novem
ber 1419
Excursion rates Daily Nov 13 to
18 inclusive For dates of popular
excursions see I G N Ticket
Agent 12 it
Piano Tuning
I have done as much work the past
summer as I wanted to In fact I
have had to keep my tuning fork on
tuned or any new customers will trust
me with their work I will be glad to
do it I guarantee my work and will
give entire satisfaction or money re
funded I have a limited time in
Palestine to do this work and have
no time to solicit so if you want me
to do your work just drop me a card
or leave orders with W H Kingsbury
or W E Swiftand I will give the
matter prompt attention
Yours for good honest work
H M Jones
Box 814 1027tf
Any one who can furnish informa
tion of the whereabouts or recent
history of Justin C Smith at one time
connected with the Palestine Public
Schools will confer a great favor If
they will address Theodore ft John
son Denison University Granville
Ohio 102912t
Texas Steam Dye and Cleaning Works
All work guaranteed We buy old
clothes and pay reasonable prices
near the Bap
118lm
Phono
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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
by The Saturday
Evening Post
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Saturday Evening Post declined
THE insert this advertisement in the
issue of September 24th
It is true that this advertisement is at
variance with the persistent statement of
readymade clothing manufacturers that
their product is equal to custom made
Its substantiation is found however in
the fact that W P Willis Co confine the
distribution of their highgrade imported
fabrics exclusively to custom tailors
If you want to be certain that you are
buying a suit which cannot be duplicated
in any line of readymade clothing you
will be interested in the Willis fabrics
which we have to submit this season
Every piece of Willis imported cloth is
ftamped with the Willis mark 5
Michell Donaghue
The Good Tailors
535
is the newest stunt in Fall
fabrics now on display
You can also see 5000
other Brand New Wool
ens and 76 Fashion Plates
You cannot afford to buy
until you ve seen this assort
ment today is the day to
look
NATIONAL
Busy indeed are we clothing the
men of this city The majority of
men have discovered that they can
save money on every purchase made
at this store If you have not as
yet discovered this fact you should
lose no time in acquainting yourself
Shoes hats gloves neckwear etc
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For Dry Goods and Notions and
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