Howe Herald. (Howe, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 33, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 16, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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makes Jiving expensive and we are using
every effort to hold the prices of Groce-
ries down by selling on small profit. See
us when in need of anything in the Gro-
cery and Feed Line. Our goods are fresh
and our prices right.
The big- meeting which has
been going on at the Baptist
church in Howe the past week
closed last Sunday. The meet-
ing was a success and many new
members were add^d to the
About two hundred tickets
were sold at the lnterurban
station to the baptising at Frisco
last Sunday afternoon.
Toasted Rice Flakes and Bis-
cuits at Callaway’s.
Stover Marine Motor-
§ Money To Loan On LAND! |
Money To Loan On LAND!
CAN PAY PART EACH YEAR.
Notes Payable At Sherman.
Horses and Mules
at the J. A, Haning Stable. Will
buv your mules, or will trade
you a young one for a smooth
mouth stout kind, or feed your
horses. Howe, Texas.
Tiie Howe Herald.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
at Howe, Texas.
Entered at the Howe post-office as
second-class mail matter.
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E- A- PRIEST
TL gEditor and Proprietor.
SUBSCRIPTION $1,00 PER YEAR.
Advertising Rates Reasonable.
The following announcements
are made subject to the Demo-
crotic Primary in July;
R. L. (LEE) McAFEE.
TOM B. MOORE,
H. S. (SAiN) RICH.
For County Treasurer:
E. A. TURNER.
For Public Weigher Precinct
For Constable Precinct No. 4:
J. A. SPEARS.
Watterson Lauds Roosevelt.
The first crop in parts of John-
son county were ruined by the
hail which fell there Monday eve-
There are two pros and two
anti candidates for governor,
but no democrat has so far an-
Gov. Tom Campbell seems well
pleased with his administration,
but he is the only one we have
heard of up to date.
As many of our preachers are
turning to politicians, wouldn’t it
be a wise idea for some of our po-
liticians to turn preachers?
Gov. Tom Campbell in his ex-
planation of knook-out drops in
his speech at Galveston on April
I2th should have told the people
of Texas that it was the same
drops that he had been giving
to the Rus*. penitentiary during
the four years of his administra-
Louisville Courier Journal.
The time has come for the
people of the United States to
consider Theodore Roosevelt as
they have never considered him
beiore, to take him more serious-
ly than they have eve?? taken him:
to realize that he is altogether
the most startling figure who has
appeared in the world since Na-
poleon Bonaparte, a circumstance
not without significance and
The candidacy of Theodore
Roosevelt in 1812 may be regard-
ed from this time onward
as so probable that the people
should begin seriously to consider
it. If we are to return Theodore
Roosevelt to power let there be
no mistake about the terms of
the new commission which is to
be issued to him.
If there be needed for executive
head a strong man, having the
courage to take all the bulls of
corruption by the horns and re-
gardless of obsolete legal re-
straints, to shake the life out of
them, then, indeed, Theodore
Roosevelt would seem one fitted
by temperament, education and
training for the work.
One of the most severe rain and
hail storms that has ever visited
Dallas in years, prevailed in that
city Monday evening. The prop-
erty loss will amount to $100,000
Tom Campbell says if he
wanted office again he knew where
to get it. It will certainly not be
an appointive one. Not one that
the people will have a say.
Your trade will be appreciat-
ed at Collins & Harding. We
have the goods and more than 20
Watch for the Comet.
The Red Dragon of the sky.
Watch the children for spring
coughs and colds. Careful moth-
ers keep Foley’s Honey and Tar
in the house* It is the best a,nd
safest prevention and cure for
croup wheie the need is urgent
ann immediate relief a vital ne-
cess.ty. Contains no opiates or
harmful drugs. Refuse substi-
tutes. For sale by all Druggists.
Worse Than JBullets-
Bullets have often caused less
suffering to soldiers than the ec-
zema L. W. Harnman, Burling-
ton Me., got in the army, and
suffered forty years. “But Buck-
len’s Arnica Salve cured me
when all else failed,’7 he writes.
Greatest healer for Sores, Ulcers,
Boils, Burns, Cuts, Wounds,
Bruises and Piles. 25c at all
Foley’s Kidney Remedy will
cure any case of kidney and blad-
der trouble not beyond the reach
of [medicine. No medicine can
do more. For sale by all Drug-
No. 7, 4:39 a. m.
No- 5, 9:58 a. m.
No. 2, 6:27 a. m
No. 6, 6:0 p. m
The Demon Of The Air,
is the germ of LaGrippe, that,
breathed in, brings suffering to
thousands. Its after effects are
weakness, nervousness, lacke of
appitite, energy and ambition,
with disordered liver and kidneys.
The greatest need then is Electric
Bitters, the splended tonic, blood
purifier and regulator of Stomach
Liver and Kidneys, thousands
have proved that they wonder?
fully strengthen the nerves, build
up the system and restore health
and good spirit after an attack of
Grip. If suffering, try them.
Only 50e. Perfect satistaction
guaranteed by al druggists.
What They Will Do for You
They will cure your backache,
strengthen your kidneys, cor-
ect urinary irregularities, build
up the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pre-
vent Bright’s Disease and Dia-
bates, and restore health and
strengtho Refuse substitutes.
j Miller’s Studio j
t Sherman, Texas. §
H When in Sherman call at S
.§ Miller’s Studio for fine work X
§ and lowest prices. All work ^
| guaranteed. We also make $
I a very fine grade of Stamp £
|[ Photo’s and other cheap §
* work. %
LOOK AT IT
See how Few Parts There Are
How Could There be Anything
This Means Reliability and De-
2 Cycle Three Port
4, 6, 8 and 12 H. P.
is here, and cultivating time will soon be here. Get
ready to take pare of your crop by getting a John
Deere Cultivator. They give satisfaction every- v
where. We also carry a full line of all other Farm
Tolls, Hardware, Furaiture, Buggies, Etc. Get
your Poultry Netting now.
Patronize the New Phone
For Low Rates, Prompt Service
and Courteous Treatment.
WE HAVE THE PEOPLE YOU WANT TO
TALK TO. WATCH US GROW,
The Howe Telephone Company,
MISS DAISY BURKE, Manager.
One Cent A Mile
H. & T. C.
25 th Reunion U. C. V.
APRIL 26, 27, 28, I9I0
Tickets on sale April 24-25, Final limit May 2
With provision for extension to May 19,
See any H. & T. C, Agent for Particulars
C. K. Dunlap, T. J. Anderson,
Trafic Manager Gen. Pass. Agt,
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