Howe Herald. (Howe, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 33, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 16, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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“TO ERR IS HUMAN; TO FORGIUE:, DIUINE:.”
HOWE, GRAYSON COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1910.
We handle everything in the way!of
* s^Staple and Fancy Groceries^*
|| Country Produce Bought and Sold
Don’t fail to see us before you buy. Your trade
whether small or large will be appreciated.
Deliver Tuesday and Friday.
TAYLOR & THOMPSON.
Wednesday morning April 13
at 9:30 o’clock a south bound
Texas Traction express car and
a Denison and Sherman Motor
car pushing a flat loaded with
ballast and di T came together
nearWoodlake causing the death
of one and wounding eleven
One of the most striking sto-
ries of the month is in The Red
Book Magazine^ for April. Its
title is “Jack Logan—Bad Man.”
The little story presents, in a
fashion as clear| ip sunlight, how
certain injusticej^sof the law are
None better., Yales Grand
Coffees and Teas at Callaway’s.
Mrs. G. R. Jay was shopping
in Van AlstyneJS'uesday.
I handlefonly the chors-
est of*Fresh Meats.
Y our] [PatronageJSolic-
John Gee of Van Alstyne was
in Howe Wednesday.
There is no cough medicine so
popular as Foley’s Honey and
Tar. It neyer fails to cure coughs
colds, croup and bronchitis. For
sale by all Druggists.
Sixth Anniversary Sale
—SATURDAY APRIL I6TH TO 30TH.--■
A Profit Sharing Event. Get voir* share of the Bar- |
“ gains. Ail Goods Reduced for this Sale.
N. TRAVIS ST
Through an exchange ot cour-
tesies, the Howe Herald is the
owner of $50.00 yalue in tuifion,
which is good for either personal
instruction at mv Waco College
or for Mail Course instructions.
Those interested in Business
Education, Bookkeeping, Bank-
ing, Shorthand, etc-, would do
well to write the Editor of the
Edward Toby, President,
Toby’s Business Colleges, Waco,
Texas and New York City.
The people of the Cannon
mmunity will assemble at the
aveyard Saturday before the
st Sunday in May to decorate
e graves of the departed. Ser-
ies at 10:30; decorations at
30; dinner on the ground,
rerybody invited to be present-
Radium Flour—thats the best
There will be preaching at the
Christian church Sunday and
Sunday night, Subject at II: a.
m. “Steadfastness” at 7:30,
“‘The Spirit of Christ”. Every-
body is invited to attend these
You always get your moneys
worth when you trade with Cal-
The Howe High School ball
team will play the Van Alstyne
High School team at the McBee
Park Saturday afternoon at 3:30
o’clock. Come out and witness
a good game.
at her residence in Howe, Thurs-
day morning at 9 o’clock, Mrs.
Hattie L. Wolfe in the 67th year
of her age. She was buried at
the Aker cemetery near Howe
Friday morning at II o’clock.
Mrs. Wolfe’s death occurred after
a long and lingering illness, and
she was ready and willing to
meet her maker. She leaves Be-
hind her four sons, three of
whom were with her when she
died, two sisters and one brother.
Her husband and four children
having gone on before. The
sympathy of our people are ex-
tended to the bereaved ones in
their sad bereavement.
Sunday School Report.
The Sunday Schools report the
following attendance and collec-
tions on Sunday April 10th:
Mr. Frank Short candidate
lor Commissioner of precinct No-
1 was in Howe Saturday in the
interest ol his candidacy.
We are glad to hear that Mrs.
J. E. Smith is very much better
«.nd will be able to return home
in a few days.
Mrs. M. A. Neill and daugh-
ter who have been on an extend-
ed visit to relatives at Seymore
and other points returned home
Monday. The Herald is glad to
welcome them back to their
M. M. Vivian of Jameson was
in Howe Tuesday.
A good rain fell here last Sat-
urday night which insures one ot
the biggest oat crops for many
years. Corn, wheat and other
small grain crops are looking
fine, and the farmers are look-
ing proud and happy over the
The contract for the building
of the two two story buildings
ot J. A. Haning has been let to
Hanna and Howard and work
will be commenced next week and
pushed to completion as soon as
Mr. Fred Parker sold a car of
fine mules to a St. Louis buyer
Dead Letter List.
List of letters remaining un-
called for in this office for the
week ending April 9, 1910.
Ladies.—Mrs. Bessie Young,
Mrs. Leona Scoggins, Mrs. Mary
Duff, Mrs, Sam Caver, Miss Kath-
rine Davis, Miss Bene Fures.
Gentlemen.—J. P. Young,
John Salam, Ed Reesor, T. S.
Power, S. W. Pierce, M. S. Gan-
es (2). F. J. Fletcher, Chas. H.
Evatt, W. F. Branch, Lindsey
Miller, J. D. Wood, Helmar .Pe-
chersou (4), lames Hayes.
These letters will be sent to
the dead letter office April 23rd
1910 if not delivered before. In
calling for the above, please say
“Advertised,” giving date of list.
L. B. Ruth, P. M.
Mr. G. P- McMahan is doing
a good business. He has- the
Goods and his prices are so low
you have to buy. He will save
you money on everything in the
merchantile line. With the big-
gest and best stock ever brought
to Howe, with prices right,
with fair dealings and courteous
treatment to all, he expects and
asksa liberal share of your trade.
Mrs. W. R. Fields and moth-
er Mrs. Chilton were shopping
in Sherman Saturday afternoon.
Howe is to have a new bank—
a State Guarantee Bank.
See our new line of Candies.
Collins & Harding
The Sound Sleep of Good Health.
The restorative power of sound
sleep can not be over estimated
and any ailment that prevents it
is a menace to health. J. L.
Southers, Eau Claire, Wisp, says:
“For a long time I have been un-
able to sleep soundly nights, be-
cause of pains across my back
and soreness of kidneys. My
appetite was very poor and my
general condition was much run
down, I have been takingFoIey’s
Kidney Pills but a short time and
now sleep as sound as a rock. I
eat and enjoy my meals, and my
general condition is greatly im-
proved. I can honestly recom-
mend Foley’s Kidney Pills as I
know they have cured me.” For
sale by all Druggists.
FOLEY'S KIDNEY PELS
For Backache Kidneys and Bladder
Saved From The Grave.
“I had about given up hope,
after.nearly four years af suffer-
ing'from a severe 1 akg trouble,’"
writes Mrs. M. L. Dix, of Clarks-
ville, Tenn. “Often the pain-in
my chest would be almost unbear-
able and I could not do any work,
but Dr, King’s New Discovery
has made me feel like a new per-
son. Its the best medicine made
for the throat and lungs.’’ Ob-
stinate cougs, stubborn colds, hay
fever, lagrippo, astma, croup,
bronchitis and hemorrhages,
hoarseness and whooping cough,
yield quickly to this wounderful
medicine. Try it. 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottle tree. Guaranteed
by all druggists.
The Call of the Blood.
for purification, finds voice ir
pimples, sailow complexion, 1
jaundiced look, moth patches anc
blotches on the skin,—all signs
of liver-trouble. But Dr. King’s
New Life Pills make rich rec
blood; give clear skin, rosy cheek;
fine complexion, health, try tnem
25c at all druggists.
For Stomach Trouble and Constipation
And when they do — they hurt.
Hunt’s LIGHTNING OIL is the one
instantaneous relief and cure for all
wounds, bruises, sores, cuts, sprains
and abrasions of the skin. It forms
an artificial skin covering, excludes
the air instai tly, stops pain at once.
There are many oils, but none like
HUNT’S. The action is different, and
the effect as well.
Always have it in "the house. Take
it with you when you travel—you ne-
ver can tell when HUNT’S LIGHT
NING OIL may be most needed; 25cts
and 50cts bottles.
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS.
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO. Sherman. Texas.
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