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

U I k IF Information whs recently brought fcj A prominent business man of Kobe Japan who was a passenger on tbe steamer Mongolia which arrived at ionolulu from the orient that tbe linking of live Japanese transports by tbe Vladivostok squadron was a more reported ax the big siege guns Intended In Jipan everybody thought tin HE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SocondOIass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M ANDH V HAMILTON JR Editors AND Proprietors TELEPHONE 4 44 = Tho Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 8600 Take you hood of this Ab sure as you livethe producers are the feeders and cloth- iers of the world TOWN BUILT UP BY TRUCKINC Correspondence of the Charles- ton News and Courier fiom Lake City S C asserts that nothing had done so much for tho im- provement of thatsectionas truck- ing It says It has helped everything Six Among freemen there should be no masters but Justice and duty and love cf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 29 July 1904

Sr v r 1 W 6 JAMESON M D Practice Limited to Consultation and Surgory OFFICE I 6 N HOSPITAL H V PRATHER GUNSMITH Guns Pistols Sewing Machine iron safes bicycles lock and keys repaired SJiop and Office on Avenuo A next to Baptist Church A W EWING AttorneyAtLaw Palestine Tex Office Over Loo Davidsons Store W K WYATT TRANSFER LINE All Orders Given Prompt Attention Telephono284 sgjS WPS SP 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 ji at once the coupon below MADAME 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 Women of America as their official organ With the August month starts a beautiful series of col- o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 29 July 1904

< i TOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm PERSONAL NOTES Vote tomorrow O D Wright la among tho sick H H Rowland ia here from Tyler G A Wright went south at noon A P McCall is here from Oak woods Mrs A W Elklns is visiting her parents at Troupe W L Maury and family went to Elkhart this afternoon Thq local Singers office is getting in a car load of machines The Herald will introduce Madame to the ladles of Palestine The second and last democratic pri- mary will be held tomorrow Miss Minnie Cage of Mineola Is a guest of Mrs Harry Davis Bargatgftftore > has pyhalf car Ten ounce jeUyTfgl ies atB rhes Bargain Store at 25 cents a dozen Gt Mr Will G Goodman and sister of Tyler were visitors in the city yester- day Mies Maggie Roberts of Swan is visiting Miss Pearl Miller on Lacy Street Mrs Bon Self returned to her homo In Jacksonville today after a visit in this city Pickens Burton and Ed Lucas re- turned home yesterday from tho Worlds fair Miss Nora Ford of Tyler is visiting Mi...

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

f r trr > PALESTINE VOL HI NO 22 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 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 Orescent Tailoring Co corner of Oak and John streets just opposite the front entrance of Graham Bro s Us just received a full line of fall sam- ples of domestic and imported goods nd the public is invited to inspect em JkJa BjPQrgr odpes aU klnds ot tl Sgpres Ing an3alteririgJ First clasaworkhas brought them a big business Prices are always reason- able A New Shop Mr O A Pryor the export machin- ist now has a shop in the new Main street building just under the Elks cl...

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

V > e VrV V > THE PALESTINE DAILY HERAUPTpALL OF PORT Entered in tbo Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondClass Mail Matter ARTHUR RUMOR Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Proprietors tpi FPHnNE 444 = The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEARVoO Take you heed of this As 9ure as you llvetho producers are the feeders and cloth- iers of the world If warm weather will do the boll weevil up he is catching it good and plenty for the past few sdfiys js i oajucartb i gowpmcmiis and goocninng ot us learn to live in well ventilated homes study in well ventilated school rooms wor- ship in well ventilated churches and ride in well ventilated trains Breath pure and live pure No paper ever had more loyal friends than the Herald has and no paper ever appreciated its friends more than the Herald does Such loyalty on the part of our friends makes us especially mindful of our great responsibil- ity to the community and inspir...

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

r p The new Republic of Panama now has a national anthem the original manuscript of which bearing the stu < tograph of the composer Is In the ipo scf3tonjo torTk 2cATm2 5T4 < consul general of Panama in New YorlL Tho conception of the hymn was almost assudden as was that of the federation Itself Until the 14th day of May the people had no song to give adequate expression to the patriotic sentiment toward the new govern- ment The following day the 15th an official reception was to be ten- dered to the commanders of the American and European menofwar lying in the roadstead to the diplo- matic corps and to tho officers of the United States troops quartered on the isthmus As the Republican band of Panama consisting of fifty pieces Is stationed at tho capital to furnish music for ceremonious occasions the entertainment was deemed a proper moment for the introduction to the world of a musical composition that would ever afterward be the recog- nized national anthem of the repub- lic...

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

f ft 3 a if r PalcslmcDailyHerald W M H V Hamilton Pubs PALESTINE TEXAS In Korea the widows are not permit- ted to remarry You cant hold them Jn that way here Kali now asserts that it is on good terms with all tho world The banana trade must be flourishing An American duchess has secured a divorce and resumed her maiden same Doesnt this break a record In case of doubt take your umbrel- la In case of doubt as to the owner Bhipi of tho umbrella take it anyway A man in Genrgia held his cotton > crop of 1900 bales and lost 30000 and he might have held the dough bag A correspondent of a New Tori paper wants tho aldermen to make whistling in public a punishable act Whew A Chicago scientist claims o have discovered that smoking causes con- sumption How about femalo con- sumptives Marconi now claims that he can talk 1700 miles Thats nothing We have spellbinders down this way who can talk 1700 hours The New York Herald wants to know what a school of fiction is Too often a school of advers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 July 1904

T World s Fair a OPENED APRIL 30 1904 ENT TO PALESTINE TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 30 1904 ouis 1904 CLOSES DECEMBER 1 1904 Some Remarkable Facts About St Louis Worlds Fair participation of foreign nations alone at St Louis cost more than the entire PanAmerican Exposition THE position at Buffalo The best products of every country are selected and labeled for exhibition and a visit to these exhibits from au educational standpoint is equal to a trip around the world The State buildings and exhibits at St Louis cost nearly as much as the entire Paris Exhibition of 1900 and 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 Loui...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 July 1904

w f a < mSSftMsfclkiW THE GREIT MAGNETIC OIL certain cure known for Paraly The only sis Rheumatism Stiff Joints Weak and Lame Back This Oil has cured Con- sumption andWeak Lungs in hundreds ofinstances 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 flamation of the Bowels Our book of cures free H B JONES SONS Dallas Tens Cotton Fiokin1 Time and Other Poems By Henry Antonio Moos The Boston Htratd says In praise of the work The title vertes of the boofcarein uegrodlalect breathing the atmosphere ofthecotton field and the other are or a more serious nature showing true poetic feeling The San Antonio Light The heart of this poet lies near nature as his Texas Sunset wltnesseth This Is a beautifully worded and fancifully con- ceived creation and la as delightful as the breath ol the morning The edition is limited to five hundred numbered copies The booklet will be sent postpaid on recei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 July 1904

m ki Rohrers Arte sia Cream For Beautifying the Complexion Will positively remove Freckles Pimples Moth Patches Sunburn Tan etc Price 25c THE ARTESIA CREAM CO Waco Texas HIGHEST PATENT FLOUR A 5AN ANTONIO TEXj PIONEER Watch tb TradeMark Manufactured only by PIONEER FLOOR HULLS SAN ANTONIO TEXAS KC Baking Powder IS Sold on its Merits Purity healthfulness good results lowest price honest goods all in one are assured the user uce tor 2o cents 9 no POT NO PAN NO COOKING Walkers Red Hot Chile Con Carne A Square Meal for 10c Always ready to serve All grocers 10c per can- T B WALKER MFG CO Austin Texas Dwyer Brothers LIMITED IMPORTERS WHOLESALERS OF Notions Hosiery Underwear Furnishing Goods Shelf HardwareTinware En- ameled Ware Galvan- ized Ware Smallwares Musical Goods Overalls Pants Neck- wear Suspenders Umbrellas Hand- kerchiefs Window Shades Laces Embroideries Ribbons Stationery Lace Curtains Soaps Perfumery Jewelry Cutlery SADDLERY AND HARNESS CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE SOUTH OPPOSITE CUS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 July 1904

It r lGN M The creat Commercial School of the South 758 arodent The Byrne Shorthand and prac- tical bookkeeping Write for Free Catalogue 1904 The True St Louis Worlds Fair Line ILES INUTES ONEY Saved via the I G N 100 to 300 Miles Shortest A to S Hours Qulcke t From Texas Watch for Our Announcement Extraordinary D J PRICE General Pasnenccr and Ticket A cent L TRIOR 2d VlcePres and Genl JIner Th T ai Boid Palestine Texas The Thomas School for Girls 8AN ANTONIO TEXAS An Idral Home School Full Literary Courre Incltiillnc Ancient and Modern Lnnmtace Epretal advantages In Mimic Art Elocution Phrlcal Cnltura Bookkeeping Shorthand and Typewritlnr Writ for Illustrated catalornt C L DESEL CO HOUSTON TEXAS Commission Merchants CirnspMtenoe Solicited IiargMt Jteceivers of FRtttTS and fpRODUOJB in So s5 rPSIflSysScnooI has lield the patronage of the leading citizens of San Antonio has given the most careful preparation for the best universities and has establihed a record of continuous success ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 July 1904

LV Girls Suspender Costume That the simpler the frock the snore smartly the child Js dressed Tins become an established fact but no one of the many charming designs Its recognition has called forth Is more attractive than this suspender model worn with a spencer waist As illustrated the dress Js made of checked linen blue and white rwlth trimming of cotton braid and the waist of white batiste the collar and cuffs embroidered by hand but there are many other materials equally suitable For iflay time washable fabrics are best of all but for occa- sions of less ganger to the dress pongee chaTIie and the like are much used The costume consists of waist and dress The waist is made with front and backs and is simply full with wido bishop sleeves The dress com- bines a straight gathered skirt with snaped suspenders both being at tachedtoa shaped belt The quantity of material required for the medium size 10 years is 3 yards 21 inches wide 2 yards 32 inches wide or 1 yards 44 inches widcwlth...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 July 1904

< m A striking contrast jbttwma Defiance Starch ami My ether sVra 4 will ft tosmtf fey eompartaen tXtooee 1 Stprch stlffetw wfcHeas taftuttflM with U gfves clothes beck tMraewnus K IraWbtately pure It wiltsot injure the murt tlcUcate fabrics FertbM thing nd aJJ tongs te the best there la OefianceiStarch in cents for to ounce Other brands i corU for A tffktaf contrast TIB DB1AKCC STARCH CO OmriuNck n rTwD8en8 Eye Waar When Ancwcrlng Advartlsements Kindly Mention This Paper W H U HOUSTONNO 31 190 + m0miibtii2Kii store office or factory very rarely have the ability to stand the strain The case of Miss Frankie Orser of Boston Mass is interesting to all women and adds further proof that woman s great friend in need is Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound Bxab Mrs Pctkham I suffered miwry for several years Mr back echod tad I bad bearing1 down pains and frequent headaches I would often trako from b restful alcep in such pain and misery that it would bo hours bofors I could close my eyes...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 July 1904

l N MADAMR FREE OFFER to readers of phe Palestine Daily Herald Having contracted at considerable expense with the jmblishers of this high grade Magazine we beg to offer One Years Subscription Free of Cost jtoall and anyjieader of our paper who signs and sends oncetnecoupon below U A r A IU p brings a monthly message of cul- ture to home and contains all your that is best in literature and art It is endorsed by over three njllion of the most cultured women of America being adopted by the National Council of Women of America as their official organ Sat jMith the August month starts a beautiful series of col rorfcovers by Howard CHandler CHristy the greatest living American illustrator entitled A Christy mfourtship This first series consists of four beautiful cbl6rpictures ESrNo i The First Meeting V No 2 In Love W G JAMESON M D Practice Limited to Consultation and Surgery OFFICE I 6 N HOSPITAL H V PRATHER GUNSMITH Gtins Pistols Sewing Machines li iron safes bicjcles lock and keys repa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 July 1904

3 a Kl rOB NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ron WMT No 11225 pm No 5 830 pm Arrival and Departure of Trains IROU NORTH No 31110 am No 11203 pm No 5 730 pm ARRIVE feoii WEST No 8 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART reou south No 2 240 pm No 4 940 pm is news R Smith came in from the north at noon E H Rose of Santa Fe route Is In the city Judge W H Gill of Galveston Is In thecityj H ALagroneot the cityjBBBwpJIJfcri Misr AnnleMay Crosby is among the sick er Tom Strickland of Henderson Is here- on business Mrs Norman came home at noon from Troupe John Fox and wife went to St Louis this afternoon Roscoe Thompson of Trinity was in the city today L H Parish of Calvert is doing bus lneaa in the city Mrs Gus Garrison went to Tyler this morning on a visit Miss Carrie Allen joined a party to St Louis this afternoon Rev Littleton Fowler is in the city the guest of relatives The Herald will introduce Madame to the ladles of Palestine Misses Clara Welborn and Mildred Oliaso are visiting in Tyler E B R...

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

m Sw ff If V fc m bH He Is Thankful Mr O M Kay elected county at- torney is still sick and confined to bis room He sent word to the Herald to write a card of thanks expressing bis gratitude for the handsome support the voters of the county gave him Mr Kay promises a full performance of his duties without fear or favor and the Herald believes ho will do his duty regardless And that is tlio kind of man that should fill this highly Im- portant office The Herald hopes with his numer OQS friends that Mr Kay will soon bo restored to perfect health Isap foanAlalarg is in good con wealth through wrengtbensvthe and bowels and helps Ifsyatem to resist disease germs wmi HinSchiffnci V Mux Hind Tailored ooTritbi imi tt MbiiCM a im OUR LAST CUT ON SUMMER CLOTHING w 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 verdict It is an unsettled question as to who keeps the poorest Bratt...

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

MS THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon SundaySExcepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Proprietors TFIFPHONE 444 The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 500 Take you hoed of this As sure as you llvethe producers aro the feeders and cloth- iers of tho world POLITICS is a strange game at best Some things about it are inexplicable The Galveston seawell has been completed two days within the time limit and is 17595 feet long Twentyone months were required to build it and the contract price was 119831880 Tjih state convention meets in Houston tomorrow but aside from a little oratorical display in the way of nominating speeches it will be a tame affair There may be a fight over the state chairmanship It is claimed that the Southern Pacific railroad wants Frank An- drews for chairman of the State democratic executive committee His campaign has been put square- ly on this ...

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

MADAME FREE OFFER to readers of phe Palestine Daily Herald fHavingf 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 pin at once the coupon below brings a monthly message of cul- ture to yourliome and contains all rfiat 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 Women of America as their official organ JVith the August month starts a beautiful series of col covers by Howard Chandler CHristy the greatest living American illustrator entitled A Christy Courtship This first series consists of four beautiful color pictures No i The First Meeting No 3 The Tiff MADAME No 2 In Love medicaUon or the surgeons knife Knife as last resort Office Phone 238 Residence phone 494 W G JAMESON M D Practice Limitod to Consultation and Surgery OFFICE I 6 N HOSPITAL...

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

4 St 1 < Ld + 3y Fruit Jar We have a large stock of Masons Fruit Jars porcelain lined top All sizes Get our price before you buy H R MOORE Saeesiior to Moors CD Ballew < t < M > t Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm NoE 780 pm rOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE raoM west No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART DR WEST No 1 1225 pm NoE 630pm TROil SOUTH No 2 240 pm No 4 940 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm NoE 835pm PERSONAL NOT ES Madame Have you seen Madame D A Gregg of Jewett is In the city Hampson Gary of Tyler was here at noon A S Atchison left at noon for Mar quez The Herald gives the news while it is news Old machines exchanged See us at the Singer Store A P Wright of Jacksonville was In the city yesterday W M Lacy will be among the dele gates to Houston Jno VV Wright of Tyler Is In tho city on business W R Boyd and E M Edwards of Fairfield are here today IvUle today on businessrtl ° r yBob and Errol Epperson went to Olarksville today o...

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

r m m i ltv A i fLu m no one can advise he declares MrfAA ii when aed < i Madame will entertain you D PALESTINE Vol hi no 24 V 1 BrSlttOIl Company Admitted Bail Ben Monroe and Ernest JlcCall i sharged with train robbery and ar feated by Capt McDonald of the Tex as State rangers a few days ago had an examining trial before Justice Wade of Oakwoods yesterday and were bound over to the grand jury of Leon county In the sum of 8500 each Judging from the size of the bonds the evidence against tho men must not have been very strong Two of a Kind The lightning bug is brilliant but ho 3hasnt any mind he meanders through the dajCe s with hislieadlight on bo Shin d Jkewise the foolish millor All members of the B B Tobin Chapter U D O will please meet at the residences of Mesdatnes J B Phillips and Fletcher Price next Fri- day at 230 p m sharp Tho chap tors regular meeting will bo hold nt tho residence of Mrs Zena Norwood threo miles from tho city Carriages will bo provided for all who havo ...

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