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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 1 July 1904

v < re irHejlootrotjgrouna onflnslittie farmHandcrops are grown in ro- tation J fe And all of this on one acre of Aground This Is an inspiration to vthe people of that neighborhood and besides showing what indus- try can accomplish testifies to the wonderful productiveness of that boil Mr Lawlers little place is an ideal experimental farm Monday is the big Fourth and Palestine is going to celebrate The Herald believes in homo patronage all around the circle Keep at home j your money Thk Brenham Banner calls them concessionists men who are willing to abandon democracy for victory The Herald has received an in- vitation to come to Parker head- quarters when we arrive at St Louis When the convention names Parker we will then join his ranks But we are thinking that will be a long time Most of the people who meet at the political meetings now be- ing held over the county arc dis- cussing crops and there is a strong disposition to get away from cotton and go into fruit and vegetables T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 1 July 1904

rCONDOS BROS f ijFOR REFBESHMBNTS J vaaosi aifotherJtjnds Six loaves foro v Different kinds of icecream and icos always dn lia nd Childs Friend f DOS BROS > G < fr4 > < frQ < > Z or Summer Complaint Iholora Infantum and all owefTronbles of tho little > lki 25c urns Misery Mover wholaDrng Store in one l tle The best allround imont for external and errial use and should be in iryhbuso 25c and 50c jjam rthe Teeth and Gums ires Scurvoy cleanses the eth and stops decay and trifles the breath 25c Av PATRICK DRUGGIST BiWitat Bread to get tho best bread made the I lemade Breadcosts J tut MB aie fauartar delivered In quantities to suit one PS fe loaformoroatatlme JrAmerican Home Bakery Telephone 231 Cor John and Oak St gjj F H EllenberBer VOLUPTUOUS CARACALLA We i are fitting np constantly In modern Bosses with open plumbing nickel plated modern Improved trash stands and porce- lain tabs aid shower apparatus Old bolld latsare also refitted by as In the most scientific ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 1 July 1904

d y rM sv o = 5 lV If < > tdySyracuseTfyfjYfw spendtha sum Manager Smitti of 5 the Singer Company tcame home at noon from Lufkln Fresh baked Boston Beans every- day for dinner and sapper at Hoyles Bakery W A Millican is In the city today from Montalba He has been to Grapeland Miss Harriet Dexter after a several months visit in Houston returned 1 home last night Rev B H Greathouso was in the city this afternoon returning home from Grapeland Salesman and collector wanted Singer Sewing Machine Oo 27 6t S H Smtth M 8 Mrs Roberts of Grand Rapidn > Michigan who has been sick at the Palestine sanitarium departed for her home today Mrs O S Vaughn dressmaker is now located at No 205 Line street and is better fixed than ever to please cus- tomers tf He eats heartily in the hottest weather who uses Prickly Ash Bitters Jt keeps his stomach liver and bowels In perfect order The shops resumed business again this morning and the boys have taken off their Sunday clothes and aw hit- ting th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

xVOL II NO 311 y Confidential Some people do not understand how we can give such a big rich and delic- ious Ice Cream Soda for 5 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 i JK < > 4 + 4 4 M MM ItlllW KODAKS Above Goods Are the New UptoDate Toes in Tans Pat Vici Pat Colt and Pat Calfs all hew Remember This j7jfri tM > Kf f V l Palestine We served fifteen families with Ice Cream last Sunday We are prepared I to serve thirty next Sunday Our Ice J > Cream is pure rich and nourishing p s It is good for babies and invalids for f the sick and well for everybody xWe guarantee it to contain only pure Cream and Milk and Sugar and Fruit Br2lt tOH Company B R O N yHHj W I AND ALL SUPPLIES FOR BICTURE jzr MAKING AT HGMcMahans AVENUE A PHONE 222 t Mxt I < ne WTcrflaliiiifoo Bdvs You know COMMITTEES ARE APPOINTED ktoiee are b mine which jyexplodod ib < ILY HERALD PALESTINE TEXAS SATU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

fft K m V4 f M < r M w ft FT i it > wl ltf m FV a kd > > < v 7 > St r THE BIQCEST THINGS ON EaRTH V The largest farm in the world is situated in Louisiana owned by a northern syndicate Its area comprises 1500000 acres which threaded are by private railroads Nte x iP WWw m THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted v AND H V HAMILTON Jfc TELEPHONE 444 Take you heed of this As sure as you Ilvethe producers are tho feeders and cloth tors of the world while theiongest telegraph span 5000 feetJB across the Eastnah in India China owns the largest canal in the world which may bo traced to 1000 miles The longest wall is also here extending 1250 miles and the longest stone bridge near Sangang known as the Lion Bridge This continues for five miles over an area of the Yellow Sea and is supported by 300 huge arches The roadway is 70 feet above the water and is enclosed in an iron net...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

2 t > f > f NORTHERN VISITOR WRITES Tells His Home People Whit Ho Thinks of the Palestine Country Palestine Tkx Juiib 1119G1 Uliip Mookk Attica Indiana Sir and Friend uWe had a very fine trip through Arkansas bnt nothing of interest until wegot to Atlanta Texas Thereto our surprise we found the streets filled ith teams and wagons so wo went oat to see what waB the occasion To bur astonishment we found that tho wagons were all loaded with very fino arge Irish potatoes and that they wereall waiting for their turn to un We found that they had shipped fteen car loads from that little iat day and the farmers were lg ono dollar and fifty cents a I came to tho conclusion at it they would not starve to this part of the state So mo farmers will get more or have nore money in their small han the largest farmor will whole year in Indiana They 3adand put in the second ear and do the samo thing Thou he has his corn and nother harvest I saw ono had cleared over thirteen hilars net on forty ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

inm prefercnceffiuii ue believejthat lnoima nT wiII vguestion that the ipartyvpaper that publishes all the culls makes all announcements etc is and should by right be entitled to party patronage What an individual candidate does with his patronage is a per- sonal matter and no one has any claim on him but the party pat ronagc should go to the papers that jsfy support the party But it does not BRYANS POSITION There is nothing strange in Bryans position as the Herald tSccs it It is perfectly natural first that as a good democrat honestly and sincerely inter- ested in the welfare of his parry he should be zealous of whose hands it falls into and second being human he hits a- right to feel bitter toward the men who by their treachery twice de- feated him for the presidency If the New York aggregation who are promoting Parker had been democrats in 18 and in 1900 Bryan would be president today V Bryan is in large company when he distrusts Belmont IIill and the rest of the Wall street gang...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

t Tjtt sr ft fTROIT MICH ting Letter From It C T- bs Who Is in That City Detroit Mich June 25 Editors Herald All the Pales tine boys and girls know just to a dot where Detroit is and what it jf < in our country and is remarkably free from smoke on the of hard ri use coal account of and smoke consumers The sidewalks arc wide and well kept and are shad- ed by numerous thrifty trees JChe peoplehave shown excellent u the beauty and arrange of the lawns burrounriiii homes and the numerous little parks places and public squares in the heart of the city The manufactures of Detroit amount to about one billion dol- lars yearly and include almost ev- erything Detroit stands first as- a stove manufacturing city These factories piiy out a hundred thousand dollars a month in wages and manufacture four million dol- lars worth of stoves yearly Out on Jefferson avenue in front of the Michigan Stove Factory may be seen a stove about twelve feet svuare at the base and about ten feet high In the st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

< i h b H r 1 r A i v vv v 5 i h H R MOORE DRUGGIST For Drugs Toilet Articles Paints Oil Glass and Wallpaper H R MOORE Hearnes Olid Stand Palestine Texas PERSONAL NOTES H B Irvine of Mart is in the city J S OFlynn went south last night A Munzesheim of Mineola is in the city H Newman of Beaumont is in town today Granville Davis went south last 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 i Geo Scarborough of Grapeland is in the city today L J Berryman went down to Hous- ton this afternoon Dr Ed Link and wife returnod at noon from the fair Mayor A L Bowers returned from the north this morning A big crowd went with the candi- dates to Elkhart today Miss Gusaie Garrison went to Pitts burg today to visit relatives Johnnie Mable went to Marlln last night to recuperate his health R H Roscoe and sister went to aco last night to visit friends ssMittie Quarl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

ItV E it ii m V I Mr A as crop conditions Government Bureaus Summary For the Last Week Galveston June 23 Following is the government bureaus summary of crop conditions in Texas for tho week- ending Tuesday Weather Conditions The rainfall of the week consisted of a few light and widely scattered showers Tho ab- sence of rainfall was generally a very favorable condition except in tho coast region and the extremo south- eastern portion of the state where most vegetation is much in need of a good rain The temperature was from two to four degrees below normal over tho eastern half of the state but high i to favor tho rapid growth of ks bn Cotton made rapid growth generally in fine condition The Bather enabled cultivation to 1 rapidly and complaints of foul i now confined to a few local istly in the northeastern por ie plants are fruiting nicely in ans Boll weevils are now leral in tho southwestern pastern and coast divisions ausing damage in a greater counties than last week orn continue...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

r Ms If 1 V i t 1tf least aa I thlnk tbat the steamship < > tjr rjjf companies are scarcely ready at the ly > present time for such an outlay I am most thoroughly satisfied with what I hare accomplished during tb present Toyage We kept In communi- cation with land throughout tht trip and on Tuesday and Wednesday were In tonch with both idea Our longest message came from a distance of over 2300 miles The Gunard Dally Bulletin was pub- lished every day giving the passengers an epitome of the news of tho world The paper la sold for 5 cents a copy and almost everybody from cabin to steerage rushed to secure the first copy issued With few exceptions all the passengers kept a complete file of the papers Issued during the voyage The paper waa Issued soon after breakfast War financial society and general news was printed All the im- portant happenings of the week were published and as the Campania was entering New York harbor an extra an Arrival Bulletin was published In addition t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

ry 7 K JUreis Where Washington Planned the THE JUMEL MANSION Colonial House Whose Story is Interwoven with the Countrys History Great Interest is manifested by all patriotic societies In the surrender by the city of New York to the Daughters ot the American Revolution of the Jumel mansion Desultory attempts have been made for many years to preserve to posteri- ty this historic place and at last the deed is done The beautiful home of the late Gen Ferdinand Phinnoy Earle which was recently purchased by the city is soon to pass into the care of the general committee of the Daugh- ters of the American Revolution to whom belongs the credit of having brought about its acquisition As soon as these ladies become incorpo- rated and thus enabled to hold prop- erty the transfer will be made to them The mansion will be conducted as a free historical museum This house historically Known as the Morris house was the military headquarters or Washington and his staff on Harlem Heights Here he first ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

E I Palestine Daily Herald W M H V Hamilton Pabs PALESTINE TEXAS The man that never lias to write j off a loss has mighty little elsu to jpost An eastern millionaire has cinched the domestic situation by marrying j his cook Look out for the woman who says You know I never gossip but did you hear etc etc Can it be true that Ma is flirting with Mr Toulisan chief of the Chi- nese bandits Well tell Pa When a man slaps the public in the face ho need not expect it to drop on Its knees and kiss his hand Alfred Austin now publishes an ode entitled Forgiveness But if Mr j Austin is really toonllent let him keep quiet An automobile lias caused a SL Louis man and his wire to go into the divorce court It has now done Its worst The use of mustard brown sockF in the United States army will prob- ably result in placing every soldier in the smart set At first it is hard lo find a name for the baby but when the poor old man gets lo walking the Moor at night with It names come easy The widow who has ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

fDel fHY HOT WEATHER MAKES WOMEN NERVOUS A WeM Known Canadian Lady Sends Letter of Endorsement to Penina Miss Mary Burns 28 Spring Garden JBoad Halifax N S writes Having una for indigestion and stomach I to build up a Broken down Mth the very best results I am state experience with this my i medicine I had been troubled jiach trouble and poor diges some years and although I > any remedies and dieting noth ncd to restore my health until I bruna In three months I had recovered my health and Mary Burns rIa housekeeper should know they will buy DoQance Cold Starch for laundry use they ave not only time because it I sticks to the Iron but because package contains 16 oz one full while all other Cold Water are put up In 31pound pack and the price Is tho same 10 Then again because Defiance is free from all Injurious chenv If your grocer tries to tell you a 12oz package It Is because he has a stock on hand which be wishes to dispose of before he puts In Defiance la knows that Defiance Sta...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

n l r J Pretty Pongee Coloring The shantung and pongee silks have appeared In champagne ciel blue re seda green pale pink and othe deli- cate or unusual shades and are being made up Into effective shirtwaist cos- tumes One of the delicate grayish blue pongees rejoices In the name of Par sifal A bright blue is called Madonna and a rather bright yellow Is termed Teddo The rough unevenly woven pongee is the genuine eastern product and is the most fashionable as it is also the most lasting These silks come ac wide as thirtyeight inches and while more expensive than the other varie- ties are really cheaper as they wear forever and clean and wash beauti- fully v There are any number of pongees and of course the dark colors cardi- nal navy blue aro shown and used in quantities Return to Olden Styles Early summer styles indicate a re- turn to the charming old fantasies of our great grandmothers brought to uptodate requirements by the mod- ern loom These are flowered organdies old time grena...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

We the undersigned teachers and trict system > > A V < x IV if m if 1 t a fcV 1 2 > > 6e Pride Of the State is in its healthy whole- some people and they who would be so should see that RUTHS FLOUR only la used in their household It makes the flnest and most nutri- tious bread biscuits cakes pies and pastry > and is made from the finest selected wheat grown W G HOOKER CO SOLE AGENTS YOUR CURTAINS I Pretty soon you will be thinking of lace curtain denning t Why not take time by the forelock and think of it now You tfant think of the t best lace curtain laundering without thinking of us r u Ifwe have lnunder ed yours you know why 54 MARTIN Laundry Phone 2 fc j ft j I r < TO 1904 ff Hir Line LES NUTES ONEY SWEOVIHTHEIGN loo to2ooxniles Shortest jIORLOfS FAIR hh < 4td 8 Hours Quickest from Texas Wt + ch for Oar Announcement Extraordinary D J PRICE General Passenger and Ticket Agent L TRICE todVlcePrea and General Manager THETEXAS ROAD Palestine Texas THOS E HALL ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 2 July 1904

iVi A1 u j W TV to v t in 1 I w C I t W J r J A 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 rnou NORTH No 31110 am No 11203 pm No 6 730 pm FOB NORTH No A 815 am No 2 3 pm No i10S10 pm H R MOORE SuccMiar to Moore Q Ballew F U G G I S T D j5M tMtMM M < S44 < 4 > 4 frfrt < Arrival and Departure of Trains ARRIVE TBOU WEST No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART roR WEST No 1 1228 pm No 6 830 pm roit SOUTH No 2 210 pm No i 940 pm FOR SOUTH No 11230 pm NoE 835 pm PERSONAL NOT ES Prof Wilson Is at Nechea today Abe Rich came home from Mart this morning Mayor Bowers and G L Noble are In Mart Hon J F Onion of San Antonio is in the city > Palestine was visited by a hard rain this afternoon Miss Gertie Qrigsby is home from an extended visit J W Bartholomew went up to Longview today Mrs Zander and daughter went up to Mineola today GfiQtNewell came home from the nort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 5 July 1904

w lA Li v < s VOL II NO 312 T Confidential Some people do not understand how we can give such a big rich and delic- ious Ice Cream Soda for 5 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 are 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 firatton From Prof Jacobs Detroit Mich June 30th 1901 I The public schools of Detrlot closed J hut Thd school term here is Friday j ten months in length and a midwln < ter and a spring vacation added to this makes the closing late Of course vmuch better work is done than whore the school term is shorter One of the most striking features in Ithe managementif the schools is the open or public meetings of tho school board Non...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 5 July 1904

Ifc f v tv J2 WK Ki Efrr > 2V r R Take you hood of this As sure as you llvothe produoorsare the feodorsand cloth- iers of tho world T ierc areteeveral men in Pales tine taking the cure There are are going to be some surprises sprung at the St Louis convention The proceedings otherewill be quite a contrast to the Chicago convention thepro ceedings of which were cut and wdridmonths in advance- s ff fiwmy ghtKcatklogue of theAg 4 jriculturalandMechanical College of Texas It is a complete cata- logue and full of information and should be in the hands of everyone contemplating entering this school S COSTS NOTHING Unless Cured A Fair Offer Made bjf Bratton Drug Co to All Sufferers of Catarrh Bratton Drue Co is selling Hyomei on a plan that has caused considerable talk among its customers The plan Is different from that fol- lowed by other remedies but the rem- edy itself is different also This treat- ment for the cure of catarrh has such an unusual record of cureB to its credit that Br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 5 July 1904

Efe 1 PJfJ r yprV J v i t < Z v 6 > 6e Pride Of the State is in its healthy whole- some people and they who would be so should see that RUTHS FLOUR only is used in their household It makes the finest and most nutri- tious bread biscuits cakes pies and pastry and is made from the finest selected wheat grown W G HOOKER CO SOLE AGENTS < Hi YOUR CURTAINS Pretty soon yon will be thinking of lace curtain c I e i n ing Why not take time by the forelock and think of it now You cant think of the beat lace curtain laundering without thinking of us If we have launder- ed joura you know why MARTIN team Laundry rfj Phono t2 Si I G N TO At Louis 1904 VlfceTruB St Louis Worlds Fair Line LES NUTES INEYmi SAVED VIA THE I GN too to 200 miles 5 Shortest WORLDS FAIR 4 to 8 Hours Quickest from Texas Watch for Our Announcement Extraordinary D J PRICE General Passenger and Ticket Agent L TRICE 2nd VicePres and General Manager TlfETEXAS ROAD Palestine Texas THOS E HALL Carriage Line ino rubber tir...

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