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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 June 1904

Black and White Check Suit Light gray taffeta silk makes a love- ly afternoon dress for cool days In summer If you cannot buy the embroidered pattern dress perhaps you can haro one embroidered for you just as hand- somely There Is ont advantage about that it gives you a chance for an original de gn The waist has t deep girdle and above it a heavy padded design of the embroidery which is studded with palest pink corals A chain of these teadc is worn around the neck A large black chip hat with pink rosea and a handsome lace veil worn with it make a very stunning cos- tume Flowered silks muslins and nets are very popular and what material could be prettier for a dainty evening gown This particular dress Is of soft white silk spotted with tiny rosebuds The soft lace and folds around the neck are held in front by one large silk rose Simplicity Is the feature of this gown Gray Taffeta Gown A pretty summer suit is of yellpw and green changeable silk It has no trimming but a small V of lace...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 June 1904

fall titrr > a H II 5r4 YOUR CURTAINS o I G N TO 1904 The True St Louis Worlds Fair Line LES NUTES ONEY SAVED VtA THE I G N ioo to200 miles Shortest I WORLDS FAIR i 4 to8 Hours Quickest from Texas Watch for Our Announcement Extraordinary DJ PRICE J General Passenger and Ticket Agent L TRICE 2nd VIcePrej and General Manager THETEXAS ROAD Palestine Toxns Jf TJPrwyfQOBJouwill eufWiiPp e n nTrig rWhy not take time 1 bythe forelock and thmkofitnow jTou mant think of th6 toest lace curtain laundering without thinking of us If we have launder- ed joura you know why MARTIN Steam Laundry I2 Spring SI Phono 2 CtW YOU WANT The Service to the Southeast usi TI1K I QUEENJCRESCENT Many liours quickest to all > oints Birmingham At f anta Chattanooga New < v York Washington and Bos- ton Ti M HUNT T 1 > A DALLAS Are You Going to St Louis I k G N EXCURSION RATES 1 Mabltn Tex Tho Great Health Resort Low exoursion rates Tick- le ete on Bale overy day Jn tho year Limit 60 day sfrom dato of sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 June 1904

to K P < 4 > 44444 4 > 4 > 844444Ht > xM 4 > Sporting Goods See our line of Sporting Goods Base Balls Bats lyiits Gloves Masks etc Special prices made to clubs HAMMOCKS HAMMOCKS HAMMOCKS Get our prices before you buy H R MOORE Successor to Moore Ballaw V DRUGGIST I ArrhaFand Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm NoC 730 pm TOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 4 1010 pm ARRIVE TOOK WEST No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART FOR WEST No 1 1225 pm- t NoC 830pm moil SOUTH No 2 2 < 0 pm No 4 840 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm No 6 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES Hot coffee daily at Hoylea Bakery Abe Rich arrived in the city this morning W H Baty of Necues was in the city today Mayor Bowers has been in St Louis for several days Old machines exchanged See us at the Singer Store Hon J P Onion came in from San Antonio this morning V T Graham returned homo from the north this morning M A Davey will return home to- morrow from St Louis Singer Sewing Machines for cash and sold on in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 27 June 1904

i i > fc tf i PALESTINE DMLY HERALD VOL II NO 306 Confidential KODAKS BMi Corner of OaK and John t i HIHHWHHH j AND ALL SUPPLIES FOR PICTURE MAKING AT HCMcMahans AVENUE A PHONE 222 j x SU he Hamilton Bovs You know Tabernacle Service A large audience attended tho tabor naclo union service last night and en joyed a good service The music was good Rev Garrison delivered a very im- pressive sermon and was heard with marked attention That Creamery Another enthusiastic mooting was held at tho city hall Saturday to con sider that creamery proposition and it begins to look like Palestine is going to bavo a creamery even if a very few do have to build it Greens Brigade The reunion of Greens Brigade takes place at Jacksonville June 29 and 30 and tho railroad companies will mako excursion rates Old machines oxchanged the Singer Store Soo ns at H PALESTINE TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 27 1904 Union Meeting The first of the union Sunday night services of tho consolidated churches was told last...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 27 June 1904

w 4W I It f L it v IK i v W M AND H V HAMILTON JBf TPIFPHflliF 444 Vita every printing office in its territory and take such work too for nothing or next to it or lose it If the newspaper is worth anything as a free pack horse in a campaign it certainly ought to be entitled to a little of the teed that naturally results The Herald will not print the election tickets for the Democratic primary be- cause it cannot afford to donate its labor and stock to the candi- dates However we do not wish to be understood as criticising the ac- tion of Chairman Campbell in giving out this work on a bid as he is following a well established precedent and is financing the campaign fund to the best advan- tage of the candidates But it is an unfair precedence none the less If all of the printing con- cerns had been or could be of equal service to the candidates collectivclyand in a general waj then the newspaper could claim no preference but we believe that no man will question that the party paper th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 27 June 1904

i I > Wk V i Vf m marm V CONDOS BROS FOB REFRESHMENTS Different kinds of icecream and ices always on hand fCONDOS BROS l fi I r The Childs Friend For Surnmor Complaint OholoraInfantum and all Bowel Troubles of the liltlo folks 25c Mi Mi Mi Malburna Misery Mover A whole Drug Store in one bottle Tlio best allround Liniment for external and internal use and should be in every house 25c and 50c Dwiiloam For tho Teeth and Gums Cures Scurvey cleanses the teeth and stops decay and purifies tho breath 25c F A PATRICK DRUGGIST iWithout Bread my t eegtrtM get Hie best bread mule rtscethe best the Horaade Bread cents just the same naotberklndi six loaves for a quartet delivered In quantities to suit one lost or more at a time American Home Bakery Telephone 231 Cor John and Oak St F H Eitenberger svJHa A BATHROOM WORTHY OF VOLUPTUOUS CARACALLA We are fitting np constantly In modern bouses with open plumbing nickel plated modern Improved wash stands and porce- lain tubs aad shower apparatus O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 27 June 1904

J th te i w rnou NORTH No 31110 am No 11203 pm NoC 730 pm FOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm raoK WEST No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART FOR WIST No 1 1225 pm NoE 830 pm FROM BOUTB No 2 2 0 pm No I 940 pm FOR BOUTH Nol 1230 pm NoE 833pm PERSONAL NOIES H Maymon went north at noon Thos Oronln arrived home at noon M L Smith of Rockdale la In town B H Caldwell of Tyler is in the city < Geo M Jarvis of Denison is in town today Mra John Daly returned to NecheH today O M Kay came in from the north at noon Jcdge A B Watklna of Athens is inthe city today Hon J P Onion returned to San Antonio last night GeoWrigbt Jr la home from a visit to the St Louis fair Hon Jno B Peyton passed through the citythiBafternoon Mra JF Weeks is reported sick at her home in old town Singer Sewing Machines for cash and sold on installment 1 Rev J B Sears came in from the north on the 1110 train Judge and Mrs Q H Gould are home from a visit to Tennessee E R Ramsey spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 28 June 1904

i ft r KODAKS AND ALL SOPPLIES FOR PICTURE js MAKING AT HGMcMalians AVENUE A PHONE 222 4 viv > StX 1 n < ar m M fa Corner of Oak and John I ssss ie Hamilton Bovs You know > v PALESTINE DlILY HERALD VOL II NO 307 PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY 4 BIG FIGHT AT HAI CHENG Believed that Decisive Battle is Being Waged at Hai Cheng Shan Kal Kwan Judo 27 No doubt is folt here that the battle which is to decide this campaign in Manchuria is now being fought at and Deiow Hai Cheng From Now Ohwang andSiu Min practically the same story comes of desperate fighting all the way from Kal Ping to Hai Cheng From thcie reports it would appear that Stakel bergs corps has beon cut off below TaTcho Kiao and Kuropatkin with the bulk of his army has gono south from Hai Chong to his relief Kuroki has got in behind Kuropatkin at Hai Cheng and has also sent a force esti- mated at from 20000 to 40000 men against the weakened Russian garri- son at Llao Yang IIAI CHEXQ TAKEN Tokio Juno 27 It is reported on tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 28 June 1904

5 m > to t m w fr < sw known as the Joe Royal 1 place sold for 800 A few days ago that same farm was again sold and brought 1800 Br KKFEMNG to a call published in todays paper it will bo seen that Chairman W C Campbell of the county executive commit- tee has set the date for the coun- ty convention on July 16 and all democrats will be governed ac- cordingly He has also called a primary convention to meet at each voting precinct July 9 to select delegates to the county convention The Houston Chroniclo is out in an editorial defending Judge George Clark We do not know just what its all about and we are willing to sec the Judge again taken into the party if he will promise to be good and go way back and sit down The old par- ty does not wish to surrender the lines to such as Judge Clark and it is not going to do it By their works shall they be judged w THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SocondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 28 June 1904

u is p iW1 Ij S ft i 4 5 Syr k P t Ml < > VS > > > > n ICONDOS BROS FOB REFRESHMENTS Different kinds of icecream and icea always on hand CONDOS BROS t i > > > M S > i > H f The Childs Friend For Summer Complaint OholoraInfantum and all Bowel Troubles of Uio little folks 25c M M M Malburns Misery Mover A whole Drug Store in one bottle The best allround Liniment for external and internal use and should be in every house 25c and 50c Dentifoam For the Teeth and Gums Cures Seurvey cleanses the teeth and stops decay and purifies the breath 25c F A PATRICK DRUGGIST and you ought to get the best bread made since the best the Homade Bread costs just the same an other kinds Six loaves for a quarter delivered In quantities to suit one loaf or more at a time American Home Bakery Telephone 231 Cor John and Oak St F H Ellenborgor A BATHROOM WORTHY OF VOLUPTUOUS CARACALLA We are fitting up constantly In modern houses with open plumbing nlcLel plated modem Improved ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 28 June 1904

M < I fcM > 4M4444444 t t4 t > t 4 44 4 > 4 > < i t i t vSporting Goods See our line of Sporting Goods Base Balls Bats Mits Gloves Masks etc Special prices made to clubs HAMMOCKS HAMMOCKS HAMMOCKS Get our prices before you buy rnoic NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 6 730 pm TOR NORTH No 8 815 am No 2 S pm No 41010 pm H R MOORE Successor to Moore Q > Bcllew DRUGGIST 7f t 4 > > < i > < S > > > < S > < t > t > < t > t 9 i Arriral and Departure of Trains ARRIVE rnoK west Noe No 4 7 JO am 10 pm DEPART No 11225 pm NoE 830 pm FROM SOUTH No 2 240 pm No 4 940 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm NoE 833pm PERSONAL NOTES Miss Edna Howell Is reported sick Harold Marsh of Tyler Is here today M L Smith of Rockdale la in the city Dr Ayers of Prankston was here Monday Homer Garrison of Frankston is in the city Dr Robt Lacy returned to Pittsburg this morning Q H Tamer was a passenger north this morning Mrs Fred Evans left last night for a visit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 29 June 1904

frv H PALESTINE DilLY VOL II NO 308 KODAKS Corner of Oak and John PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY A N TTTTTTTTTT TTTTTT AND ALL SUPPLIES FOR PICTURE J0 MAKING HGMcMahans AVENUE A PHONE 222 < < The Hamilton Boys You know THE JAPANESE AGAIN VICTORIOUS Five Infantry Battalions and Two Cavalry Regiments Defeated London Juno 28 A dispatch re- ceived at tho Japaneso legation from Tokio says Takushan army occupied Feau Cbout Long thirteen miles northwest of Sin Yeng June 27 after six hours hard fighting Tho Japaneso losses aro es Umated at 100 > The Russian force which consisted of five battalions of Infantry and two regiments of cavalry with sixteen field guns lied in disorder toward Tumo Ohing ANNOUNCED FHOIT TOKIO Tokio June 28 After a hot fight which lasted for six hours yesterday morning June 27 the Takushon di- vision of tho Japaneso army com- pletely defeated five battalions of Russian infantry which was supported by two regiments of cavalry and six- teen guns and occupied Feau C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 29 June 1904

V j 4 tSz m Wi ETf > < n A THE PALESTII Entered in the Palestine Texas Published Every Afteri As exchange observes that the new postage stamp shows Thomas Jefferson with bis hair parted in the middle About the next ef- fort will show Washington smok- ing a cigarette The Herald still insists that there are a few holes in our 80 000 paved streets that need re- pairing Fill tliom up now be fore it becomes necessary to do the whole job over again J M ONeal of Dallas has gone to St Louis with an air ship which he claims he will sail from St Louis to Dallas But why did he not sail it from Dallas to St Louis instead of paying car fare The Anderson county corn crop is made but the cotton crop is yet quite problematical It is re- ported crude petroleum has been used by some planters in this county with good success They claim it clears the field of the weevil < SOMEEXCHANQE CULLINGS Honey is valueless till after it has been gathered by the bee The sting of sorrow oftentimes produces...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 29 June 1904

w fo ft A 4V 4V4 f 8 Ik I r ttfy CONDOS BROS FOB REFRESHMENTS mi Mi Mi Different kinds of co cream and ices always on hand CONDOS BROS < p + Vt > 4 > Q4rf > d < The Childs Friend For Summer Complaint OholoraInfantum and all Bowel Troubles of tlio littlo folks 25c Mtlbttms Mlsory Mover A wbole Dreg Store in one bottle Th o best allround Liniment for external and internal use and should be in every house 25c and 60c Dentifoam For the Teeth and Gums i Cares Scurvey cleanses the I teeth and stops decay and purifies the breath 25c F A PATRICK DRUGGIST wmmwmtoii tf > and you ongbt to get the best bread made since the beit the Homade Bread cosU Just the same aa other kinds six loaves for a quarterdelivered in quantities to suit one f loaf or more at a time American Home Bakery Telephone 231 Cor John and Oak St 4 F H Ellenborcer A BATHROOM WORTHY OF VOLUPTUOUS CARACALLA We are fitting up constantly In modern bouses with open plumbing nickel plated HiOdcrn Improved wash sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 29 June 1904

II 1 rt i k > i K V 8i tSportinj TOR NOBTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm DEPART FOR WEST No 11225 pm NoE 830 pm > roa SOUTH No 1 1230 pm NoE 833pm PERSONAL NOTES H Ri Irvine of Mart is in the city J S OFlynn went south last night A Munzeshelm of MIneola is in the city H Newman of Beaumont is in town today Granville Davis went south laBt night Hernando Wood went north this morning J D Campbell went to Fort Worth last night Judge and Mrs Reagan are visiting in Houston Harry Myers was a passenger north this morning Geo Scarborough of Grapeiand is in the city today mfaf ft prSTlletfyiifiirx went down to Hous pty f ton this afternoon Dr Ed Link and wife returned at noon from the fair Boston baked beanB today at Hoyles Bakery Phone 11C Mayor A L Bowers returned from the north this morning A big crowd went with the candi- dates to Elkhart today Singer Sewing Machines for cash and sold on installment Hot bread and rolls every evening at Hoyles Bakery Phone 115 Miss Gussio Garrison...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 June 1904

v1 < if I T Vti Rsm Zn W 7iPm T WT PALESTINE VOL II NO 309 Confidential Some people do not understand how we can give such a big rich and delic- ious Ice Cream Soda fors cents Con- fidentially there is not much money in it but it advertises our store Peo- ple are talking about us and that means more business We served fifteen families with Ice Cream last Sunday We re prepared to serve thirty next Sunday Our Ice Cream is pure rich and nourishing It is good for babies and invalids for the sick and well for everybody We guarantee it to contain only pure Cream and Milk and Sugar and Fruit Br att on Drug Company H H H H Hf + H KODAKS AND ALL SUPPLIES FOR R T SSSSJJ T PICTURE jsr MAKING AT HGMcMahans AVENUE A PHONE 222 H 4 4 4 + 44 + + + 4 + H O N M + + WWThe Hamilton Bovs Youknowi RUSSIANS HAVE NAVAL DISASTER arriving from Port Arthur repor largo vessel presumably a Buss vessel on the rocks ten miles son east of Liao Tie Shan promonto Three funnels and two masts a above water I1 Fight...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 June 1904

hi 5 J r < Mb A 4 THE PALES Entered in the Palestine Tex Published Every Ai W M AND H V HAMILTON TELEPHONE Take you heed or this As sure as you llvethe producers are the feeders and cloth lers of the world 4fe > y tTHK Houston Chronicle Worlds comprehensive and creditable work It is filled with numerous andexpensive half tones and the character of the reading matter is comprehensive and instructive and a creditable exposition of the greatness of Texas Acting Assistant Surgeon Pur nell of the health department of the U S visited Houston recent ly and reported that place in a very unsanitary condition The Chronicle says he does not know what he is talking about that the town is as spotless as spotless town or words to that effect But the Post has this to say Much work has been done within the past few weeks but the Post is frank to say that the city is not yet approximately clean and it is a fact that its sanitary condition is deplor- able Paul Morton is the new sec- retary of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 June 1904

Lfi < 4 fa V 1 J < and you ought to get tho best bread mado luce the best the llomade Bread costs just the same as other kinds six loaves foro quarter delivered In quantities to suit one loaf or more at a time American Home Bakery Telephone 231 Cor John and Oak St F H Ellenberger COJSTDOS BROS FOR REFRESHMENTS Different kinds of icecream and ices always on hand CONDOS BROS sx > > x > > < The Childs Friend For Summer Complaint t OholoraInfantum and all Bowel Troubles of the little folks 25c Mi Mi Mi M lburnvs Misery Mover A whole Drug Store in one bottle The best allround Liniment for external and internal use and should he in every homo 25c and COc Dcntifoam For the Teeth and Gums Cures Sourvey cleanses the teeth and stops decay and purifies the breath 25c F A PATRICK DRUGGIST fftiIDo Without Bread A BATHROOM WORTHY OF VOLUPTUOUS CARACALLA We are fitting np constantly In modern bouses with open plumbing nickel plated modern Improved wash stands and porce lain ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 June 1904

V Mr E > i Kf Sporti Masks etc to clubs PERSONAL NOTES W O Jarvis of New Waverly is in the city L T Dasbiell went to Jewett this afternoon L T Daahiell came In from the west this morning Dr John O Silliman went up to Sherman today Old machines exchanged See us at the Singer Store Mrs Pope of Ooleman is in the city Visiting relatives W H Dodge and son came in ou the 1110 train today See the dumb bell drill at Garden Party Friday evening Hugh Burns and James A Thomp tfgaarg tore froaStjJpr See those Golden Oak Machines just received at the Singer Store A R Johnson and wife left today for St Louis to visit the fair Judge and Mrs Reagan came home from Houston this afternoon The Bargain Store has a half car- load of tin fruit cans for sale cheap Mrs W M Hamilton and children returned from Houston this afternoon Dr Busby dentist went to Oak woods last night and will return to- night The stores of Palestine will be closed Monday Better do your buying Sat- urday The barber shops will be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 1 July 1904

ii xV B d TW LYOL II NO 310 PALESTINE 1 MOD ARS ISviB AND ALL SUPPLIES FOR JTRICTURE MAKING AT ECMcMahans AVENUE A PHONE 222 PALESTINE TEXAS FKIDaF REUNION OF GREENS BRIGADE a Sfhe Heralds Circulation is Equal to Thai Confidential Some people do not understand how fv we can give such a big rich and delic ibus Ice Cream Soda for5 cents Con V fidehtially there is not much money iri it but it advertises our store Peo pile are talking about us and that 3itieans more business We served fifteen families with Ice Cream last Sunday We are prepared ltd serve thirty next Sunday Our Ice Cream is pure rich and nourishing It is good for babies and invalids for the sick and well for everybody We guarantee it to contain only pure jream and Milk and Sugar and Pruit Bratt OH Company 4 B R A T S8B8 o N Old Soldiers Eeceivo a Hearty Welcome at the Hands of Jacksonville People The Twentythird Annual Reunion of Tom Greens Texas Brigade of Cori3 federate soldiers are In session in this city There aro bet...

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