Palestine Daily Herald (Palestine, Tex), Vol. 14, No. 181, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 5, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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•STINE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1916.
♦ Let lis Repair Your
♦ CLOCK OR
♦ BROKEN JEWELRY
He who imagines he can do 4
ithout thJ world
England, Germany and
Growing interest and increased at- j
tendance was in evidence at the serr
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ices at this chifrch last night, and as
usual the audience was treated to a j
splendid spiritual discourse.
Rev. Burhans took for a reading f
lesson Isaiah 53,’ and used the text,
“The Good Shepherd Giveth His LJfe
The topic as an-
Salvation, What It Cost
^stored an second-class matter June
& Ilf2, at the postoffice at Palestine,
4 himself mu<h; but he who fan- •>
❖ cies the wo id cannot do with- ’ ❖
out him is still more mistak- ❖
Published Every Afternoon—8unday
on one thing, if on no other. They all prohibit
the sale of alum baking powders.
There must be a good^ reason for this.
It is because alum was found to be un-
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder is
made of cream of tartar, derived from
grapes, a natural food product, and con-
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tains no alum nor other questionable in-
Our Work is Guaranteed. ♦
4 . • ♦ and Fridays, wc
MIIHHOlHtmitMWW ly as good but|
he was‘an infernal liar and a crav- j ductions as the!
Despite the war spirit that i3 ’
abroad in the land, it is good to find
here and there a man who can give
We pro- for the Sheep.
ur price counted was
( and Why?” The great question what ‘
? . . did Salvation'cost God. Man is God's ;
, creation, and .God has a rl^t to px-
; y v | pect and demand map's service. Man
,0‘ jSa- should serve *God.’ The violation of
if crook God’s law has a penalty attached, the ‘
twinkle pehalty of sin is banishment from j
ter- the ! God’s .presence. Spiritual!' death ,
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kes ver- means separation from God. Sin ;
la His , came inthe world: as a result of-].
“An Id- - unbelief; Faith and unbelief; are the ^
comedy, two .sides of one protilem. Summing I
up the.cost of Jesus Christ Owning to
he earth; Chyist came into touch with
sin to save man from it.. Man must
have meted out to him1 the conse-
s* of his sin: Christ came to
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earth to drink the bitter cup of sipA
God ■ hates sin.'. Sin: is a barrier be-
tween man and God. What it cost?
of Christ came from his home In heaven
to live among men, to-be the represent
tatlve of all. "Why did it cost so
much? The only thing that can re-
store’life. is lif<*. Because Christ had
life in himself, power to lay down his
life and power to take It up again.
. The unsaved are cordially invited
to, attend these meetings. Come out
tonight and take part in the splend’ 1
congregational singing, from the
Ham-Ramsey song hooks. ' Song serv/
ice commences T :4 »,'and preaching
atettce to the Publlo—Any erroneous
laflprtlnn upon the character, stand-
ing of reputation of any person, firpi
gg oorporation which may appear in
Hm columns of Hie Herald will be
gladly corrected upon it being brought
thn attention of the publishers.
. tan.” Unique dej
as detecjiye; pr
f. he is a master j
non and MacQu
Obftuariee, resolutions of respect and
•ards of thanks of less than seventy-
0ya words will be published free of
,girjri For all words In excess of
petfcoty-fjve a charge of one cent a
wert Fill be made. Be sore to count
pu«r Words, and send right amount
of money or stamps to cover for ex-
tra words, or else the matter will not
be printed. * v-, ?'/.••
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1916.
Sure we must have a baseball
team. We need many things, princi-.
pally, we -think; a campaign 'that will
bring several hundred new farm fam-
ilies'into Anderson* county. But all*
work and- no play is not good fo** a
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people. And. baseball furnishes a
very good means of play.- Those who
v * . s' r ■ . ( . . ,
jdo hot play the game can get inter-
ested, and it all amounts to about the
DR. PRICE’S CREAM BAKING POWDER
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MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR
DERIVED FROM GRAPES
Aduits 10 cents.
leys consider tiis their mastorpice,
assisted by Uncle Sam. From the j q^uei
powerfully strong play by Rufus j
Steele. Excellent iast with Mary
Fuller as Madamje Gubist in a bizarre
assortment of gbwns in studios
fashionable New! York. Society plav
of. a petted idol pn the quest of mar-
rying money. PitCes 10 and 15 cents.
Friday, “The Iron Claw,” with
Pearl White, and a three Teel society
a Gaily lesson in history
On* Hundred Year* Ago Today.
lSlfrr-^Dr. Benjamin W. Dwight, not:
ed Congregational clergyman and
educator, born at New Haven, Conn.
Died at Clinton, N. Y., in 1889.
Seventy-Five Year* Ago Teday.
1841—Nearly one-quarter of the town
of Antigua, in the island of Antigua,
Weit’Indies, was deetroyed by fire.
Fifty Year* Ago Today.
a result ©(-vigorous protests
■ froih the United States, official an*i
nouncement was made by France of
^her intention to withdraw the
French troops from Mexico.
The cost of a want ad in the Herald
is only one cent a word for the first
time, and one-half a cent -for each in-,
sertion thereafter. . f
TIVE SEPTEMBER 1
,Twenty-Fivo Years Ago Today.
'The miners of Belgium declar-
ed in favor of a general ^strike un-
less the government consented to
the ; popular demand for ’ universal
Our want ads are getting
every day for its advertisers,
your need* before the people l
Have you grabbed a Y. M. t, A.
membership since the campaign start-
ed? If not, buy in. This is an Insti-
tution that deserves your support.
SIT AT THE STEERING WHEEL OF A
One Year Ago Today In tho War.
April i 6, 1916—America’s note to
Gre$t Britain and France demand-
ing right of seas for neutrals made
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public; America demanded, repara-
tion from Germany for sinking of
the William P. Frye; British steam-
er Northlands torpedoed off Beachy
Head, English Channel; German
» ' ’ . * .
'town of War mb ad, Africa, occupied
by BHtish; Allies renewed attack
And for a thousand miles er as many more as yen Fast U gs yen
only to steer and supply gas and oft.
ABSOLUTE RELIABILITY, POWER, 9P€ED.
See the ear at my garage which has just made the record na
. Houston and return, Beaumont and Galveston without any medM
IT RIDES WELL—
■ - 2$6 miles one dAft^L76 another and 172 another—with women
children on East Texas roads all in comfort
THE CAR I SELL MY FRIENDS
THE BEST. J r
j- ’ n . - ; ~ . ' . . ■: j .
Today brings another of the bar-
gain day presentations at the BeW.
Our principal offering-is “The Bait’
with William Clifford and Betty Hart.
It is a virile drama of the trapper’s
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country and in it will appear the ram- !
ous Rostock - trained animals. Each
of the five acts is gripping and in- >
tense and will, command attention.
There aill also be shown a two reel
Reliance production, “The Man With
Tomorrow brings one of America’s
most famous actors in ’William Fav'er-
Sham whose work is more than well-
known and his art is wonderfully ex-
hibited in “One Million Dollars," a
.five act vivid story of romance, mys-
tery and intrigue. Remember that - •
the Best is now showing, on ^ues- j
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, the 1
best pictures ever shown in Pales- j
tine and that the price is 10 and 20
cents. Oh Mondays, Wednesdays
s on Tuesdays.
J. B. McKernon
THE SPIRIT OF TOLERANCE.
A Brother editor in one of the mid-
dle western states has learned the
lesson of tolerance, and prides him-
self on being able, after many years
♦ - f - -
of training, to give a soft answer
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when affronted. He answered a com-
petitor the other day . in something
like this fashion. The competitor
had stated that the editor had made
a donkey of himself in making a
speech at a social function, and; the
editor replied that he held nothing
against his critic, except, to say that
Roy all National Bank
Roy a II Loan and Investment Co.
SI OOOOOO 00
Combined Capital and Surplus t.
Totai Resources over ------------------
; provide*! by law, for a period of not
j less than sixty- days -foV the ,schola.stic V
i year, beinning September 1, 1916, and j
• for a period of not less than eighty 1
• days for the scholastic year begin-
nning. September 1, 1917, and for the
; scholastic year 1818-19, , and each j
’ .scholastic year , thereaftef a minimum j
j attendance >bf 100 days shall be re- |||HHM6»*mHM I IWtM
i- quired. The period of compulsory ' ^ -
i scliool 'aUeBdiince at each school shall V: ^OB»TE
Offer* Its patrons all accommodaMowa c
with Safe and Conservative Bsnfcfng M
Published by Authority of tho Secre-
tary of Agriculture.
For Palestine and vicinity wtfi T
p. m. Thursday: Unsettled, scatter-
ed showers tonight; Thursday unset-
Lowest last night
Mr. Faversham t
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| ties to display his
1 ic gifis.
Finest in Pictures Ev^ry Day.
“SONS OF SATAN”
Five reel Red Feather feature, a
masterplay of unique situations of a
dual role, the crook,-also as a detec-
tive. This* story reaches'a climax In
remarkable manner,slavishly staged
“IN HIS MIND’8 EYE"
, A drama, MacQuarrie aad Vernon
“AN INNOCENT IJALIAN"
Joker, Bob Vernon, Edna Payne, star
in a dainty comedy. .. . ’ . ... : ;
Adults 10c; Children 5c..
♦' TODAY—MARY PAGE DAY. ♦
.♦ - ♦
• ♦ Episode No. 7 of ' ' ♦
| * "THE STRANGE CASE OF. ♦
f'♦ . ; MARY PAGE” . ♦
[. '♦ Bee MiBs Mayo in the latest ♦
j ♦ Btyles. See Henry B. Walthall ♦
I":4* at hw best today. ♦
4 ■ 4
-‘The Book Agent Romance” 4
\ 4 Essanav drama in two parts 4
♦ 'v-: . ‘ ■ - ♦
•i- 4 ‘TALEiOF A COAT" ♦
: 4 KalJrn Uomedy. • x 4
. * - - i • 4
} ♦ I'Selig Triburie News Pictorial” 4
4* V r*atest nhws of the W’orld. - 4
♦ “THE HAUNTED STATION” 4
Hailroad Drama. . ♦
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♦ Prices Only 5 and 10 CenU. ♦
♦ t . . ♦
♦ Tomorrow, we offer. Alice- Brady 4
.* in her greatest motion picture,, 4
♦ ••.Hie Hack/’ a sensational so-4
♦ dely drama in five parte.. Also 4
+ “By Ix>ve. Redeemed.” Vitagraph 4
‘ ♦ drama in three parts. Prices will ♦
4 In* oiily 5and 15 cents.,, ♦
58; highest yesterday 79.
( Advert semeat )
A storm, central over the Hast
Texas coast, has been attended bv
rain In Texas, the lower plains stptea
and the upper Miaaissippi valley, and
the lower Rocky Mot^ptains region.
Light local showers have also fallen
on the north Pacific coast, and in the
plateau region. Elsewhere fair weath-
er has prevailed during the last 24
hours under the influence of areas
of high pressure that cover the cen-
tral north Pacific ooasL Jt if colder
in the Northwest end wanner -else-
where. Light frost occurred at Roe-
well, Ndw Mexico.
5 and 10
Always a Good Show
: TODAY -
- MATINEE AND NIGHT-
William Clifford and Betty Hart
in "THE BAIT"
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Tomorrow, Lois WVber, 1’hiUips Smal
ley star in “Hop, the Devil's Brew,”
assisted by the federal* government
the searching of the vessel Ih port are
exactly as shown in “Hoi)- . Marie
Walcamp as the intriguing’ maid; a
polished production. • The* -Smalleys
consider it their best. Mary/Fuller as
"Madame Cubist.” unique gowns a fad
of the “ists.” A society picture.
Friday First and second episodes of
the “Iron rGiaw,” wish pearl White,
Big U. society play. > .
Virile Drhrna of Tlfe Trap^-r s. (\ untry
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Also “The Man With a Record
Two . Reel Reliance
Friday.' “A-s A Woman Sow**,'
fjv*- - act ! masterpicture with
reel Metro" pi Jductfo
10.and 20 Ceh a.
Garden Prices 5 and 10c.
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Hamilton, W. M. & Hamilton, H. V. Palestine Daily Herald (Palestine, Tex), Vol. 14, No. 181, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 5, 1916, newspaper, April 5, 1916; Palestine, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1025218/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Palestine Public Library.