Palestine Daily Herald (Palestine, Tex), Vol. 15, No. 90, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 2, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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PALESTINE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1916.
MARRIED BY MAIL 2,500 MILES AWAY
Capital and Surp
Total Resources .
The non-interest bearing and unsecured deposits of
' toctad by the 8TATE BANK GUARANTY FjJMlfof the Sta
T. M. Campbell, President *
E. Angly, Active Vice Presi
R are prei
i of TeaM
Keep Kool and you will
happy and contented these
sultry days. ; >
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NICE
A^p just the/hln^fbr Mid-Sum-
mer wear./ / •
We Also Have a Fine Lit»4 of
" hen Company H of the First regiment of the New‘Jersey national guar. 1 went to the border J>owis Kansemer
of Newark had to leave his fiancee, Ethel Sergent. sis they were tibont to be married After reaching the border
however, all the marriage d^ails were arranged by mail, and the city clerk of Newark recognises it as legal
of the family. Yet, we can’t lose one
of them. Once we put one in a sack
and carried it all the way to Elkhart.
Next morning it was at the back door
to give us greeting. In various ways
we have tried to lose them, but they
always find their way back- So it
was no surprise that this last one
should show up after being chewed up
and apparently killed by a dog. They
always come back. Besides, haven’t
you heard tfyat a cat has ninejlives?
THA T REMINDS ME
art: I reckon they/nake and spend
the coin pretty f/ely as well from
all accounts; buf do they have any
better time that/we do, or is there a
'lot of make-l/elieve about it * down
there? Personally, the open country
suits me. I like an occasional lark
—the kind that sits on a swaying weed
sticking up out of a meadow, not the
kind that requires dry Martinis and
taxicabs and diaphanous duds to
memorialize. And I like to yell
Were I As Base As the Lowly Plain.
Were I as base as is the lowly plain,
. And you, my love, as high as heaven
Yet should the thoughts of me, your
humble swain, .
Ascend to heaven in honor of my
Were I as high as' heaven above the
And you, my love, as humble and as
As ale the deepest bottoms of the
Wheresoe’er you were, with you
my love should go.
Were you the e^rth, dear love, and I
My love would shine on you like the
And look upon you with ten thousand
• Till heaven waxed blind and till the
world were done.
Wheresoe’er I am—below, or else
Wheresoe’er you are, my heart
shall truly, love you.
—Joshua Sylvester, 1563-1618.
went inside rejoicing and soon return-
ed, her face all smiles, and went away
heaping blessings on my head. Now,
ain’t that enough?”
That^s good. Now, what were the
other good deeds?”
’‘Others? That’s ali.”
“I understood you to say that you
had performed three good deeds.”
• - • : ■ , ' -
‘‘And so I did. I dried a woman’s
tears—that’s one; I. saved a soul from
purgatory—that’s two; and, lastly, I
got seveti good dollars for a bad ten,
and if that wouldn’t make you happy,
then you are hard to please.’V-New
... * .
& Co. /
Speegle, Osteopath. A. Arthur Sneegle, Physicianand
DRS. SPEEGLE/SPEEGI± /
General PMfStta«&nd /
Rooms, 8, 9k10 a/a A.aja*dner Build/ng
• Just My Luck.
A few days ago I bought‘me a new
“tin. Henry,” just to knock about in,
go fishing, etc., as it is the ideal car
for these rough roads and hard knocks,
without so much invented in them that
you are afraid, to use them. Today a
price reduction of $80 is announced.
Just my luck. It has been suggested
that I call on Uncle Henry for a re-
bate. But he is so far away, and so
.busy making cars to meet the scram-,
ble for them that I have hesitated to
do so. What does he care for a poor
newspaper man, anyway. But it is
certainly my proverbial luck.
236. Residence 494.
f A J Office Hours:
8 to Ip m- 1 to‘4 p. m
was o^ku^ust 1, 1291, that the men
of Uri, Unterwalden, and Schwyz
joined in a solemn league and coven-
ant forever against .the Austrians.
Their action is regarded as the foun-
dation of the Swiss confederation.
Sacca Bonna wants something se-
ifvere done to people who don’t do as
they advertise to do. He says he saw
a sign in a street car:
“Buy O’Flannagan’s rubber heels;
50 cents attached,”
And so he went and bought a pair,
but there was n<* half dollar attach-'
ed, r-he believes he has been
If you. Atm get a horse at a bargain
drive the bargain.
dal to Th« Herein.)
m, D. C., ^Aug. 2.—The
km in this city is in re-
fees from all parts of the
|f Where , colonies of the
pwe'in existence, telling
fetes and fairs held dur-
two days In celebration of
#*ry of Swiss nationality.
Dons have been more fer-
(By Associated Pnn.)
Laredo, Texas, Aug. 1.—Plans have
.been perfected for the Enlargement of
the hospital at Fort McIntosh here,
and if carried to completion, will
mean the establishment of a base hos-
pital with a capacity of 1000 or more
sick or wounded soldiers at one time.
The present hospital at Fort Mc-
Intosh has a capacity of not in excess
of half a hundred. Additional wings
and buildings are contemplated which
will provide for the treatment of a
large number of soldiers.
A six-weeks-old calf was nibbling at
the( grass in the yard and was viewed
in silence for some minutes by the
“Tell me,” she said, turning impul-
sively to her hostess, “does it really
pay you to keep as smai a cow as
vent and heartfelt than in years be-
cause of the deep patriotism aroused
,*4 a result of Switzerland being sur-
I vognded b ywarring nations. Fuads
. raised at the various celebrations will
4m forwarded through the Swiss lega-
tlon to the. home government whose
resources have been seriously taxed
The preaent year marks the 626th
anniversary of Swiss nationality. It,
Jl E. Kpflnett^Als agreed to finlah
semna/ur^sfock. Call up.
wiUx^Afain our proposition to yea,
tti/R your subscription and reoeipt
you for moneys paid. Yours truly,
John L. Dumas, Mrfnfger.
7-21-tf Adv. «-
Three Good Deeds,
A Cleveland man noticed an Irish-
man of his acquaintance coming along
the street with a most beatific expres-
sion of countenance.
‘ “Why are you so happy?” the Celt
**I have just done three good deeds,”
answered the latter, “and any man
who has performed three good deeds
has reason to be happy.”
“He has. indeed,” said the other.
“And may I ask what the three good
deeds were?” ...
“Well, as I wa scorning . past the
church this morning I saw.a woman
with an infant in her arms, crying
that hard it would melt a heart of
stone. She told me that for the want
of $3 to pay the fees she could not
get the child baptized, and It was a
sickly child at that and liable to die,
soon. I felt that bad for her I pulji^a
out the only $10 I ha<^ in the Norld
and told her to go and get the child
baptized and bring me the crange. She
734. R. J. Mallard.
Children Cry for Fletcher’s
e make a Specialty of
Estates, and Estates
Heirs. We make i
ymll National Bank Butnlng.
/ Palestine, Taxes.
The Kinh You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
i — and has been made under his per-
sbnal supervision since its infancy.
* /'COCCA4/01C Allow no oneAo deceive jou in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and 5<Just-as-good ” are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against.
What is Castor
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
goric, I>A»ps and toothing Syru^f It is pleasant. It
contains neither /Opium, Morph jibe nor other Narcotic
substance. Its yfee is its guarantee. It destroys Wbrms
and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty yeirs it
has been in constant use for the relief Of Constipation
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething TroubleV and
Diarrhoea. / It regnlates the Stomach and Bbwels,
assimilates /the Food, giving healthy and naturaFsleep.
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend. /
genuine CASTORIA always
1 Bears the Signature erf _
WE HAVE /T/E . BEST , BRASS.
NICKEL ANp BODY POLISH Of/
TAIN ABLE. WRY IT/SN YOUR c/r.
OR WHATEVER NEEDED. IF/NOT
C/7 Y RANI ORIUM
Th/ Home of Higa-Class fcleaning,
Pressing Alterations and Repairing.
Palm Beach cleaned .....L...............................
Wool Suits cleaned ........I... .... .......................
All evening apparel cleaned up in
first-class sirape-\-All of this can he
. had at the A f
The Kind You Have Always Bought
flPPEN, Prop, t
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Hamilton, W. M. & Hamilton, H. V. Palestine Daily Herald (Palestine, Tex), Vol. 15, No. 90, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 2, 1916, newspaper, August 2, 1916; Palestine, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1025245/m1/3/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Palestine Public Library.