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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palestine Advocate — 17 March 1881

/ Palestine Advocate. volume xxviii.] PALESTINE, ANDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS—THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1881 [NO. 12. What oar Northern Visitors will . Do for Us> During our late carnival season there was*,perhaps, a larger number of visitors from the north and west in this t'itjr than ever before at any one time. Maay of these visitors came here not only to enjoy the Mardi Gras festivities, but, also, to inform them- selves about the southern people and the condition of affairs in the south from actual observation. They had heard so many contradictory stories relative to social and political mat- ters in the south that they were in doubt what to believe. They did not expect, of course, to see the whole of the south here, but they very cor- rectly concluded -that, this city being % metropolis of the south, the im- pression they would receive here would differ very little from those they would be likely to receive in any part of the sonth. There is reason to believe that the impressions which...

Publication Title: Palestine Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palestine Advocate — 17 March 1881

-f" / I f 5- I • .1 tyt Palestine ^bbocate. J. W- EWING Editor- PALESTINE: THURSDAY, MARCH, 17,1881. Subscription, ----- 12.00 Transient advertising 11.00 per square for firit insertion, aud 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. I3f" Special advertisements iu Editorin columns and Editorial Notices, 10 cents per link. Thi* Paper may be found on file ar Geo. P. RowkixA L'o'8 Newnpaper Ad- vertising Bureau (10Spruce Street) wher* advertising contract* may be made for it la New York. Persons making contract* frith _ 'us for «ubscrlution. advertising -or job work, are notified (hat auch ac- counts are made payable at the Advocate office In Palestine. The big butter and cheese man of Chicago, Geo. A. Gooch, has failed in business. Kate Claxton is playing in Southern Texas, and the fire insurance agents in that section are tremulous. A corps of engineers and assistants numbering twenty-two, including a physician, sailed from New York for Vera Cruz on the 10th inst. They are to...

Publication Title: Palestine Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palestine Advocate — 17 March 1881

«r- Falestine Adyccate. A. W. EWING, Local Editor. PALESTINE. MARCH 17, 1881. tSTThos. Lester, attacheofthi* office, Is authorized 10 collect money, solicit sub- scriptions, advertising and job-work tor- tbe AliviiritE. Municipal Election. WE are authorised to annouu ce T. .) BORDEAt'X us a candidate for re-election for Alderuiau from the Second Ward. J 4 Factories. It can but be self-evident that one of the main things needed U factory enter- prise. On every side we hear of new en- terprises springing up, but We hear of non&in Palestine. The factory facili- ties here are as good almost as in any part of the «t*te, and what nature does not supply could be remedied by artificial aid. ff« know that it does not meet the approval of many of our citizens, but we are only actuated bj a feeltug tiiat the interests of the people and city demtnd that we shall do-oitr* aVty^Peo- ple say, "0 yes: Its very easy to suggest these things, but where Is the' money to come from?" We answer, that ...

Publication Title: Palestine Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palestine Advocate — 17 March 1881

All Sorts- Silver wear—Gray hairs. A strapper--A village schoolmas- ter. The only tree known to have teeth —Dentistry. Talking about stiring things, who- over saw a roadster? Jonah was the first conundrum—- The whale gave him up. Trifles light as hair sometimes turn the whole course of a man's appetite. How's your coal bin? Ex. Our coal's bin out several times this wia- ter. There are women who would sooner go to one funeral than a dozen circus- ses. "Give me a little more inside mat- ter," as the editor said to the bar- tends. - "What i* asks the Phila- delphia American. Fame isthe re- sult of being civil to newspaper men. Talk about our native contortion- ists! We recently saw a fellow down at Crockett -sitting on his own chest. An exchange 'prints a "Song of Ice.' If the man fell his whole lengtht we'll bet money it was a song of vice. In two j'ears a boy can learn as much latiu as he can forget in six months after he goes to work for a living. To be effectively honest a man must...

Publication Title: Palestine Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palestine Advocate — 21 July 1911

V >. k the Palestine a DEM1NG A GIBBON Pabliibtra. PALESTINE, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 21, 1911. II I ' "I tm Established 1850—60th year mm • sSj \+ ...HODGES..' The recent excessive hot weather has made f the light weight knit underwear business i extra active. We have several lots we consider extra good. Y-710W — Men's gause combed undershirts and drawers, with small lace stripe--An attractive, ser- vieable garment, and cool; a half dollar value at only 43c. Special prices in Ready-to- Wear Depart meat. Several lots to elose. Don't fail to visit this department. $2000.00 J. E. Tilt's fam- ous Shoes for men, advance shipment of fall purchase, just received—we can fit you —$3.50, $4 00 and $5.00. New shipment, new pat- terns, Men's Shirts for this hot weather at only 50c and $1,00. tr 50-cent underwear, broken lots, some shirts, but mostly drawers, to close out at only 35c per garment, New shipment ot men's fur and straw hats, both staple and fancy shapes. Straw Hats, $l?00, $1.50, $1...

Publication Title: Palestine Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palestine Advocate — 21 July 1911

M m i'T- • mm ' ' '.j ,1,f i . • i sc The Weekly Advocate Swbacription $1 00 Per Year DEM I NO ft GtBtHWV, P P* Also Publishers of The Daily Visitor, Uo e F. Deming, Editor. Mrs. Entered at the Palestine 1'oatoHice as Pecopd-Clii H Mali Matter. OFFICE OF PlIBUCATlop avknue A Id another column will be found a statement from Dep uty Sheriff Mclnnis relative to the arrest, conviction and liberation of the men accused of vagrancy. While this plain statement of facts places a somewhat different light on the arresting and convicting officers, who sim ply did their duties as such —the^e can be no excuse for chaining those men like wild beasts, with chains around their necks, and too much ..praise cannot be given Mr. ^ Cohn and Mr. Cook for caus- ing their release—"I was sick and in prison, and ye visited me." hranhoe Lodge Ne. IS, K. of P. Grand Chancellor R. H. Buck, hag called a district meeting, to be held at Palestine, Texas, July 20th and 21st (Thursday and Fri day). All Knights are r...

Publication Title: Palestine Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palestine Advocate — 21 July 1911

✓ - 11 . '4 p. \ 4 The Weekly Advocate Subscription $f 00 Per Year DBMING ft GIBHO/V. Props. Also Publishers of The Daily Visitor Mrs. Rote F. Deming, Editor. m IMM Entered at the Palestine Postoffice as Peoond-Class Mall Matter. Officb of Publication avenue a Anchor your smiles to your heart, and then they can't come off! One week more of this insanity, and then sober sense and ballots will count The man who - lights the torch of fanaticism is pretty certain to be scorched by its fire. Notwithstanding the rum dries" are kicking up, the farmers are mighty glad of the wet. When a /nind is excited to frenzy on any subject it |s impossible of reasoning—and yet reason is God's highest gift to man! Coming events cast their shadows before. Do you notice what a wet July we are having? Oh, you July 22d! —Houston Post. There isn't a man living who would have thought of that but Jud Mortimer Lewis— and some people don't think he's a poet! GOV. COLQUITT HERE YESTERDAY Speaks to a Packed House,...

Publication Title: Palestine Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palestine Advocate — 21 July 1911

V ' mm THB RUBY SALOGN UNDER HOTEL FAULKNER (formerly WHB NOLAN' Finest Imported Brandies Wines and Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Kentucky Whiskies* Lmpjs i Beer always on tap, M*k« Your TLilg D| ID V jjj| HM^urtin<il f I OB W Hllwthli T®* FRUIT AND TRUCK GROWERS' ASS'N ...New Shop... Exclusively HARNISS sad . : SADDLERY : All New and Up-lo-Date Stock Fhlttt Assortment of Saddles, Harness, Whips, Rob s, elc. Everything in Line. Sou h iSide McKnight's Plaza. 2)5 Sp log St. W. O. VANDIVER It's Free We will give you a box of Nadioo Talcum Powder free with aaeb box of our Glycerins Soap tor the next few days. This 1 not the ordinary Glycerine Soap, but a half-pound of highly perfumed Toilet Soap. The Soap al >ne is worth Twenty-Five Cents. You get Soap and Powder for the price of one white the Powder laate you better hurry to Motley Drug Co. DOWNi OUT Caused by a disor- dered condition of the kidneys or liver, Maybe both. Dikes Kidney and liver Remedy Will put you square on your feet....

Publication Title: Palestine Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Palestine Advocate — 21 July 1911

I MiNWIitSMM JOiML A Peek Into His Pocket would show the box of BucHen'> urnica aalve that E. S. Lopr, a rarpenter of Marilla, N. Y., a] ways c rries. "I have never had cut, wound, bruise or a re it" would not soon heal," he writer. Greatest healer of buros, boils, acilds, chapped hands and lips fever son s, skin eruption*, ec zema, oorns and piles. 26c ar all druggists. FOLEY KIDNEY PILI A Good Game. Yesterday afternoon a good game of I asebalt took place b«* tween the Palestine and th Oakwoodu tpamx. resulting in n victory for Pal* stine by a 8<.ore of 10 to 5. The Batteries were: Palestine, Will Smith and E l Luca ; Oak wood, Julian Bragueit and Jack Watson. The features of the game were a two base hit by Lucas and the left handed catching of Haley. Fred Norris umpired the game and his dicisions were satisfact- ory to everyone. Hav Fever and Summer Colds Must be relieved quickly and F • ley's H ney and Tar comp u -d will do it. E. M. S ewart. 1034 Wolfram s\, C nc jfo, writ...

Publication Title: Palestine Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Palestine Advocate — 21 July 1911

/ \ ? ' >•% STATE AGENT W.F. PROCTOR WRITES Wants County to Help Pay Agent For Farmers Co-Operative Demonstration Work. Tyler, Texas. July 14, 1911. Mr. T. M. Shirley, > Palestine, Texas, Dear Sir; While 1 was in Washing'on, D. C.. recently, plans for < ur next season s work wpre fixed as follows: The last legisla'ure passed a bill which jn anted the commis sioners courts power to appro priate any sum of mor.ey not to exceed $1000 for the purpose of aiding our department in carry ing out then* work. Now if Ihey would grant this it would enable you to do so much more work ard keep it going during the fall and winter, which is verv necet; sary. for the following reasons, to-wit: 1. During September you would get >our next season s planting seed saved of the right kind. 2. Get deep fall plowing done —necessary to great crop a. 3. Terrace the farm lands to prevent their washing. Terraced farms grow richer, while land left to wash grows poorer. Poor farms make poor communitie...

Publication Title: Palestine Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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