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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 23 July 1904

fcM lr Fruit Jar FOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm We have a large stock of Masons Fruit Jars porcelain lined top All sizes Get our price before you buy H R MOORE Successor to Moore XL Ballew tvtf < tK > 04 > Q4 > Q4 > 4 > 4 > 4 > < 3 f4 > 44 > t < > t < Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11203 pm No 6 730j > m ARRIVE from west No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART roR west No 11223 pm No 5 830 pm TROll SOUTH No 2 240 pm No 4 910 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm No 5 833 pm PERSONAL NOTES The flyer was one hour late today Frank Morris went up to Nechos to- day Joe A Rus3 returned to Dallas tbis morning J W Ouningham wont north this morning Dr Busby dentist is spending a week in Waco Hon Reese Fowler was in Jackson- ville yesterday Frank Martin and wifo loft this af- ternoon for the south Attorney J F Weeks wont to Jack- sonville this afternoon I Col A Wettermark returned to Henderson this morning Rev Gus Garrison and wife...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 July 1904

v Of 1 r ytr PALESTINE DJLILY HERALD VOL III NO 17 THE BEST Ice Cream Soda costs only Five Cents The poorest Ice Cream Soda sold in Palestine costs that much You will find the best at BRATTONS That is the unan- imous verdict It is an unsettled question as to who keeps the poorest B rationDrug Drug Company PALESTINE TEXAS MONDAYlBiTERNOON JULY 25 1904 E A T ssss T as O N VOTE FOR A N Dexter for Justice of Peace Precinct No I At the Second Primary July 30th He prom- ises prompt and courteous attention to all busi- ness if elected and is in favor of a strict enforce- ment of the vagrant law A Big Meeting Yesterday the big meeting at Broyles Chapel conducted by llevs I Sellers and TJ V Luns ford closed with several conver- sions A large crowd was there i yesterday J This week Rev Sellers will con TRUCKERS ARE ORGANIZING Full JJcport of the Meeting IIcIcJ in Jacksonville Saturday Pursuant to a call issued through the press some ten days ago about throe hundred fruit and truck growers dea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 July 1904

bf WA J 1 5 JJW Mr pp pll THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofllce as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR TFIFPHriMF Take you heed or this As sure as you llvethe producers are the feeders and cloth- iers of tho world WRONGING THE SOUTH Political animosity as shown at the convention can not be eradicated as long as the South is solid It must for its cure await an issue that will make both par- ties wooers Mr Roosevelt has done much by lack of tact or for personal and party reasons to postpone the day when Mason and Dixons line shall be ancient his- tory By so doing he has strength- ened his party and injured his country and we hope that he will let the negro question alone if he serves a second term It is not great statesmanship to solidify one section of the country by the injury of another and the South was undoubtedly progressing with its negro problem before the president took a hand with a series o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 July 1904

n I Alton Brook LTON BROOKS PARKEK the Democratic candidate for pres ident is fiftxtwo years old six years older than Theodore Roose velt and nenrly ten years older than was his rival when he assumed the presidential authority He is Just a little under six feet in height He is broad shouldered deep chested and weighs 190 pounds His cheeks arc rnddy and his hazel brown eyes sparkle with the glow of health His hair which Is thin on the top and sprinkled with gray on the sides Is of an unusual but attractive shade of red characteristic of other members of the Parker family His mustache which is usually worn close trimmed is a shade darker than his hair XIke President Roosevelt he is an AH jbyjmuch exercise in the open air horse iTbaclc ridinff dnrlng and walking and SWfarm work Ji jHo Is alert and energetic in his ap peararice movements and speech His manner in association with friends is affable and kindly and without the self assertlvenes of the Judge His conversational habit is to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 July 1904

i < ri ft u h iitr FOR HOBTH NoC S15am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm rROJt WEST No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART for WEST No 122S pm No 6 830 pm FROM SOUTH No 2 240 pm No 4 940 pm FOR BOUTS No 1 1230 pm NoE 633 pm PERSONAL NOT ES Madame this afternoon Ernest Smith went north noon Geo AWright went up to Jackson- ville today Mies Kate Lacy is home from a visit to St liouis homo from camo II L Houseman the west this morning of Trinity arrived in John B Peyton the city this afternoon Col George Burkitt came up from Houston this afternoon and daughters are W J Teamer visiting the Worlds Fair jL Clarence Pearson returned homo SgM i norninE from Br5an P5Behy is the father pf a fine 1112 pound hoy bom yesterday Madame Will viBit you every month for a year without cost to yon W M Hamilton wifo and children returned from Galveston last night J It Stapp assistant ticket agent is in San Antonio visiting for a few days Fon bent 6 room two story house on Pine Btreet Apply to P W Brown Madame is good Chas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 26 July 1904

X VOTE FOR A N Dexter for Justice of Peace Precinct No I At the Second Primary July 30th He prom- ises prompt and courteous attention to all busi- ness if elected and is in favor of a strict enforce- ment of the vagrant law Those Train Robbers Fort Worth Texas July 2 j Ever since the holdup of the International train near Palestine railway and ex- press oilleials have been endeavoring to locate the men who attempted the robbery It is believed the desperadoes have beon located in a mountain stronghold in Western Mexico It is- o thought they belong to tho old Ketchum gang of train robbers Old machines exchanged See us at the Singer Storo NOTICE OUR EAST SHOW WINDOW Senatorial Yote For tho benefit of our readors wo give below the majority of each coun- ty composing tho senatorial district For O O Stokes Houston county 1G8 Cherokee county 349 Angelina county 113 Total 030 For Jno B Peyton Trinity county 378 Anderson county 222 Total C01 StokeBmajorityin the distrhtSO Madume has a monthl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 26 July 1904

L V fi r i isriug that Texas is the banner V 4 state in this union in the produc tion of thase products and realiz- ing that a fair has for itsjjase the upbuilding of the great agricul- tural industry of the Btate In these departments more money is offered exhibitors than at any fair or exposition ever held in this State This years fair ought to be a great success and it will Crops will be good and will bring good prices and the country peo- ple with the people of the towns of the Stete will vie with each otherin swelling this years gate receipts beyond those at any pre- vious fair held by this association Let us all go to work with the idea in view of making this years fair at San Antonio the best ever held WOULD NOT BE TEMPTED The bolting supporters of Col Holt were driven to desperate straits Saturday when they sub- mitted to the democracy of the Eighth congressional district in convention assembled a proposi- tion to give Hon 1 M Pinckney the seventeen votes of Harris county for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 26 July 1904

r U o o o o o cept Dudley Drew Dudley Drew exclaimed Alice bad In some unknown way discovered Why be was at my uncles house wilinols presence in the city and also nlng J the fact that the man wax nearly pen In the wide world wus he nlless that he had offered Wllniut vu rn 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 IKIED1 By HOWARD FIELDING Copyright 1KB by Charles W Hooko O 0 O 0 O 0 OO O O O 0 0 O name I John Lynde ns the THE always writes It has a regal look It suggests the old proclamations signed I the king And Indeed history Is littered with kings who had not half his pow- er or sphere of Influence He Is the head of gigantic enterprises Edward Sborchain was not a beggar but be felt himself to be a failure lie was nearlng the age of forty He had made money though not very much and had lost It At the date of this narrative he held a minor executive po- sition In a corporation so conservative that promotion therein was very slow This corporation was closely allied with some of the big Lynde compani...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 26 July 1904

I ft m w m < S Fruit Jar We have a large slock of Masons Fruit Jars porcelain lined top All sizes Get our price before you buy H R MOORE Successor to Moore CH Bollow < f t > < > t > S < > fr < > > > > > S Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11203 pm No 6 730 pm rOR NORTH No I 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE FBOa WEST No 6 730 am No i 10 pm DEPART FOR WEST No 1 122S pm No C 830 pm from south No 2 2M0 pm No i 910 pm FOR SOUTH No 1 1230 pm NoS 833 pm PERSONAL NOTES Madame Madame Have you seen Madame E O Newland of Jewett is hero Louis Nance went north this morn- ing W M Thompson of Gilmer is in the city H II Carter of Groveton is here to- day O E Phillips of Bonhain is in the city John Daly of Nechos was in the city today Hon B V Rogers Is in town from Elmtown ThoJHerald will Introduce you to Madamo Geo A Wright went up to Jackson- ville today Phil Schnoor of Tyler is visiting rel- atives here Col and Mrs Geo W Burkitt...

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

I > U v > i PALESTINE VOL III NO 19 CONDOS BROS HEADQUARTERS THE BEST Ice Cream Soda costs only Five Cents The poorest Ice Cream Soda sold in Palestine costs that much You will find the best at BRATTONS Thatis the unan- imous verdidt It is an unsettled question as to who keeps the poorest Bratton Drug Company VOTE FOR A N Dexter for Justice of Peace Precinct No I At the Second Primary July 30th He prom- ises prompt and courteous attention to all busi- ness if elected and is in favor of a strict enforce- ment of the vagrant law A New Shop Mr O A Pryor the expert machin- ist now has a shop in the new Main street building just under the Elks club rooms where be is better prepar- ed than ever to do all kinds of repair- ing and machinery work in general Be is an export on bicycles locks keys lawn mowers and another fixed he can fix It He solicits your patronage Madamo Is Instructive Died The little baby girl of Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer died on July 25 1901 at 5 oclock a in at their ho...

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

< M ft r M ffce t Ia THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondOlass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted vi M and h v HAMILTON JR = T ELEPHONE patronage do not practice it As an example of their preaching with- out practicing we call attention to the fact that the Herald besides two other houses in Palestine does a general printing business and docs as good work as can bo had in St Louis or elsewhere at as reasonable prices and yet more than half of the printing used by Palestine business men is bought from out of town The merchants who send away for their printing save nothing but its a habit If the Herald had this additional home support it would be enabled to print a fifty per cent better paper for the town Again the Herald is offering the most superb line of calendars ever shown in the city and the prices are all right but tlirec fourths of the calendar orders giv ttiis townwill go to outof i8ar fcD6ntkroff Priiudice is a ...

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

ork July 2G Thomas Tag MADAME FREE OFFER to readers of The Palestine Daily Herald Having contracted at considerable expense with the publishers of this high grade Magazine we beg to offer One Years Subscription Free of Cost to all and any reader of our paper who signs and sends in at once the coupon below brings a monthly message of cul- ture to your home and contains all that is best in literature and art It is endorsed by over three million of the most cultured women of America being adopted by the National Council of Womenof America as their official organ I With the August month starts a beautiful series of col for covers by Howard Chandler CHristy the greatest living American illustrator entitled A Christy Courtship This firstseries consists of four beautiful color pictures t No i The First Meeting No 3 The Tiff No 2 In Love No 4 Mated ntet us send you a free sample copy so that you can see exactly what a beautiful magazine this is or sign and return the following coupon and we...

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

iC > im H m H R MOORE Succoiior to Moore 0a > Ballow rt M4Ht > < x < < 3 > 2 Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH Ko 31110 am No 11203 pm NoS 730 pm FOB NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No t 1010 pm We have a large stock of Masons Fruit Jars porcelain lined top All sizes Get our price before you buy ARRIVE 7R0M WEST No 8 730 am No I 10 pm DEPART TOR WEST No I 1225 pm NoE 830 pm FROM SOUTH No 2240 pm No I 940 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm NoS 835pm PERSONAL NOTES Madame Madame is entertaining Ed Frazier of Tyler is here E A Urban of Tyler iB in the city Robert Mayes of Oakwoods is in the city L T Dashiell of Jewett ia here on business J S Stevenson or Grovoton is in the city Wood Starr camo in from Jackson- ville at noon J S OFlynn came in fronUho west this morning Mrs Ernest Smith camo in from the north at iioon Old machines excbanged Soo ns at ginger Store north at noon iuTiiied oTMefrom f The local Singers office is getting in a car load of machines Clarenca Angel...

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

r CL I v H ti lt V E lr rfj I a fS > iSl < > r THE BEST Ice Cream Soda costs only Five Cents The poorest Ice Cream Soda sold in Palestine costs that much You will find the bestat BRATTONS Thatistheunan imous verdict It is an unsettled question as to who keeps the poorest Bratton VOTE FOR A N Dexter for Justice of Peace lfuauioso able Precinct No I At the Second Primary July 30th He prom- ises prompt and courteous attention to all busi- ness if elected and is in favor of a strict enforce- ment of the vagrant law Fall Samples The Crescent Tailoring Co corner of Oak and John streets just opposite the front entrance of Graham Bro s- hag just received a full line of fall sam- ples of domestic and imported goods and tne public is invited to inspect ihem This concern also does all kinds of cleaning pressing and altering First aw lr > i hro < iahhfhrni ailg ruuca cvTMjd reason Mr C A Pryor the export machin Cam Kay candidate for couuty at iTl ist now has a shop in tho new Mai...

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

A in i f If If I Iff J < THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Texas Poetoillce as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted w M and h v HAMILTON JR TELEPHONE was not printed for circulation at St Louis but for the hundreds of regular subscribers in Anderson count It contains eighteen col umns of advertising and 54 col- umns of readirfg matter and financially is a success and the publishers believe it will prove entertaining and instructive to its thousands of readers Tin Woodmen are with us to- day in great numbers and from all appearances the have cn jo > ed a big day This weather is very encourag- ing to the boll weevil and ho is putting in full time and working overtime too The Houston Post keeps nag l ngtJBrYanitjust as if Bryan fanjisfiuelinlthis campaign The republicans will have to invent a new slogan for this cam- paign That Full Dinner Pail racket will not go with the thous- ands of idle men looking for a job Some local candidate...

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

cris Name fcrT MADAME FREE OFFER to readers of The Palestine Daily Herald Having contracted at considerable expense with the publishers of this high grade Magazine we beg to offer One Years Subscription Free of Cost to all and any reader of our paper who signs and sends in at once the coupon below IWIA fS AMF brings a monthly message of cul UF Ei ture to your home and contains all that isbest in literature and art It is endorsed by over three million of the most cultured women of America being adopted by the National Council of Women of America as their official organ With the August month starts a beautiful series of col- or covers by Howard Chandler CHristy the greatest living American illustratorentitled A Christy Courtship 1 This first series consists of four beautiful color pictures No i The Fifsf Meeting o 3 The Tiff No 2 In Love No 4 Mated Let us send you a free sample copy so that you can see exactly what a beautiful magazine this is or sign and return the following coupon a...

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

I = t fc r Fruit Jars FOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm We have a large stock of Masons Fruit Jars porcelain lined top All sizes Get our price before you buy FROM WEST NoB 730am No 1 W pm DEPART FOR WEST Nol 1225 pm NoB 830pm FROM SOUTH No 2 210 pm No i 940 pm rOR SOUTH No1 1230 pm No 5 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES Madame J W Dellis of Mart is In the city H O Dunbar now of Athens is in the city Mrs L H Tarbutlon and children are visiting in Troupe Havo you seen Madame Hon Jewell P Lightfoot a W O W orator from Pittsburg is here Hon W H Marsh of Tyler is in the city taking in the log rolling Madame will visit you every month for a year without cost to you E A Goodridge the genial I Q N agenUat Jacksonville is in town The Bargain Store has a half car- load of tin frultcans for salo cheap J W Ogburn oneprLindale8 en terprising citizens ia fritbe city tpday r Madame Do you want a visit from Madame Head Consul W A Frazor of the V O W came in from Dallas this morn- ing Dr RiS Glass and...

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

Ifr If if T ifSt jl 3fe IS lilifPillilW14J T5 t > HE participation of foreign nations alone at St Louis cost more tban the entire PanAmerican Extf position at Buffalo The best products of every country are selected and labeled for exhibition and a visit to these exhibits from an educational standpoint is equal to a trip around the world J The State buildings and exhibits at St Louis cost nearly as much as the entireParis Exhibition of 1900 ind will give the visitor a better idea of each State in the Union than the ordinary traveler could achieve in a lifetime The St Louis Worlds Fair is twice as large as the Columbian Exhibition at Chicago and larger than the Chicago Paris and Buffalo expositions combined The Pike at the St Louis Worlds Fair is the most wonderful aggrega- tion of buildings peoples and amusements which any people in history ever have beheld St Louis is in itself one of the most interesting cities in the United States There are more hotel and boardinghouse accommod...

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

I m THE GREAT MAGNETIC OIL The only certain cure known for Paraly- sis Rheumatism Stiff Joints Weak and Lame Back This Oil has cured Con- sumption and Weak Lungs in hundreds of instances and the lives of thousands of children and infants are being spared each year by the timely use of JoHe when in a dving condition with CROUP and In carnation of the Bowels Our book of cures free H B JONES SONS Dallas Texas Cotton Pickin1 Time and Other PoBms By Henry Antonio Moos The Boson Utrali says In prai of the work The title vertes of the bookarcin negro dialect breathing the atmosphere ofthecolton field and the others are of a more serious nature showing true poetic feeling The San Antonio Light The heart of this poet lies near nature as his Texas Sunset witnesselh This Is a beautifully worded and fancifully con- ceived creation and is as delightful as the breath of the morning The edition is limited to five hundred numbered copies The booklet will be sent postpaid on receipt of fifty cents A...

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

S VOL III NO 21 THE BEST Ice Cream Soda costs only Five Cents The poorest Ice Cream Soda sold in Palestine costs that much You will find the best at BRATTONS Thatis the unan- imous verdidt It is an unsettled question as to who keeps the poorest Brat ton A N aud the public is invited to inspect Ihem This concern also doesalt kinds of clawwork has brought them a big business Prices are always reason- able Drug Company kinds oltmacliuieryr Ita tUlngcau ba 1tIm k4 w 3Km35w p t 6 ron 1a 0g ean y0W I > companies allowing tsm O NIodamo will entortaln you nl N VOTE FOR Dexter for Justice of Peace Proclnct No I At the Second Primary July 30th He prom- ises prompt and courteous attention to all busi- ness if elected and is in favor of a strict enforce- ment of the vagrant law Fall Samples The CreHcent Tailoring Co corner of Oak and John streots just opposite the front entrance of Jrabam Bro s has Just received a full line of fall sam ples of domestic and imported joods A New Shop Mr 0 A Pr...

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