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

K ILiJ < i j tt TIL m ffj W S jr THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in tho Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR T P I F P H O N E 444 of Anderson county We can ipouc people wilUbestir areready to gtr their part in the Ipremises and it is up to our growers to meet them half way Madame is making a decided hit in Palestine The democrat are in Houston today shaping the destinies of the party The cotton crop is spotted in Anderson county according to best reports Out of five farmers interviewed yesterday three of them roported good crops and two bad The Heralds circulation is growing faster than ever before The Daily circulation at the present rate will pass tho one thousand mark b efore the first day ot September Some of the candidates are still figuring it might have been if I had only gotten so many more votes Frank Morris has written fully on the subject and even a defeated candidate can find trace ...

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

VVlio Cnnglit II Found Her Watch lu lis Interior as n restorer of stolen goods ° tte other day an amiable twelve pound PrekWel caught by Mrs John HIdclle returned to her n watch which had been stolen says a Morrlstowu N J special to tbe > ew York Tress Mrs BIddle Is a young woman who jfV In Mine Hill and a few weeks iagS her was robbed of Jewels cottage andVolber articles The thief who af fifrwnrd was caught said be had rowed ISudds lake and dropped his lr I T 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 MADAME V 1 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 t...

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

v < i F > ISf Fruit Jars THOU NORTH No 31110 am No 112KB pm No 5 730 pm rOR 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 Sacccitor to Moort CO Ballew Arrival and Departure of Trains ARRIVE rROK WEST No 8 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART roR WEST No 11225 pm NoE 830 pm FROM BOUTS No 2 20 pm No 4 840 pm TOR SOUTH i Nol 1230 pm NoE 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES Madame Have you seen Madame R O Allen of Bryan is here Bert P Starr is np from Crockett J M Bradt is here from Mt Pleasant John A Arbnokle of Taylor is in the city J O Wiley lawyer Is here from Tyler Miss McHenry is visiting in Houston county The Herald gives the news while it la news U O Lute of Beaumont Is here on business Bola Oarr is hero from Spring for a tew days Sty today Judge P W Brown went down to Houston last night H M Whaling and wire of Hunts- ville are in the city Ireland Graves of Georgetown la doing business in the ci...

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

a V m T1CIKPHONE 45B PK VOL III NO 25 lUrtSdilffncr U M rx Hind Tutored Ullt > l IMS kf Uut bk a r A bn OUR LAST CUT ON SUMMER CLOTHING ItTf tW < tii ifi < PALESTINE SSSB ft O Tl Dr Philip E Gold OPTHOLMOLOGIST Office Over Jordans Diseases of Eye E r Noso and Throit treated and cured by latest scientific meth Four ods Perfect nt of frame and lenses guar j tickets RES PHNOE457 I anteed In correcting errors of refractions j OffIco Hours 8a m to 12 2 to5 SAM ROLLINS TRANSFER LINE LlUK nds of Hauling Moving Household Goods and Pianos a tut IfaiBi i nr i rt Ifcjfci PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAYfTERNOON AUGUST 3 1904 zS PRO ELECTION IS ASKED FOR Petition Ts Filed Election for for Prohibition Palestine Thero lias boon filed for considora tion at Mondays session of tho county commissioners a petition for a pro- hibition election for Precinct No 1 inJ eluding the city of Palestine 1 Under tho law governing such pe titions the connty commissioners must order this election to take placo n...

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

mt i 3 ft fit 7 i3alttJW d mlV sfwppvp pEfffPffHBpP W w THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas FostoQIce as SocondOIass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JK Editoes and Proprietors TELEPHONE 444 The Hamilton Boys Yon Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 8500 Take you hood of this A3 sure as you llvothe producers are the feeders and cloth- iers of theworld What the democrats noodod was a master They have found one in Judge Parker and he may yet lead them out of the wilderness New York Herald To which Hearsts Chicago Ameri- can replies Mr Bennett you never were so wrong in your life The democrats do not need a master they do not need one they do not want one and they wont have one The democrats still cling to the im- pression that the men of this country are their own masters and that this conntry was established in order that men that is to say the public might havo servants and not masters Mr Bennetts friends the...

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

most Infernal piece of music I have l 5 other whistle offend the night And It ever heard and furthermore you arc ih If S was offense It was little more than O A French Horn Anon The Philistines from camp especially when a stranger is left on guard This Metcalf here anything that was dim and uncertain in my consclonsnetti gave way to a clearly defined Image thisMetcalf bad been picked up at the Needles and In the prospectors way wo asked no questions None of us knew him Sup- pose I thought hcjshould put his heel on that dancing bit of flame Sup- pose he should pack everything of val- ue on the ponies and muke a beo line for civilization I hesitated between two impulses The camp needed roe but since early morning I had waited impatiently for this hour I wanted to be alono I wanted to sing Something other than the sense pcr Buaded me the music breaking for ut- terance was of high order Having only an indifferent memory for sweet Bound and I must confess a taste that might be termed pop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 3 August 1904

FSTOWPj k t if Fruit Jar We havea large stock of Masons Fruit Jars porcelain lined lop All sizes Get our price before you buy H R MOORE Succaitor to Moore CO Ballow Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 5 730 pm FOR NORTH Noe 815am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE rnou west Noe 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART roft WEST No 1 1225 pm NoE 830 pm rnou south No 2 240 pm No 4 940 pm FOR Bourn Nol 1230 pm NoE 833pm PERSONAL NOT ES Madame Madame is entertaining Madamo Is Instructive Have you seen Madame Madame will entertain you Thos Erwin of Hearne is in the city P W Colby of Aidlne is here today WFMurray of Tyler is here on business J B Ellis and wife of Crockett are in the city Miss Edna Wright went to Crockett this afternoon Old machines exchanged See us at the Singer Store O Roe Hall and wife left this after- noon for St Louis fS A Taylor leM this afterqoon for po oTBTe nieTTeTni t cJr The local Singers office is getting in a car load of machines The Herald will in...

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

v > > All iC 3 lVrt Ice Cream Soda costs only Five Cents The poorest Ice Cream Soda sold in Palestine costs that much You will find the best at BRAXTONS Thatis the unan- imous verdicT It is an unsettled question as to who keeps the poorest Brattom pecialtyl TtLtPHONE 458 Drug Company Office with E Fore ml nilaifciJ i i in i Ji i m1kl 1KI kj Hut MkiSsti Muj OUR LAST CUT ON summer clothing ii fW A ta T SBSS ssg N Dr Philip E Gold OPTHOLMOLOGIST Office Over Jordans Diseases of Eye Ear Noms and Throat treated and cured by latest scientific meth ods Perfect fit of frame and lenses guar anteed In correcting errors of refractions Offlco Hours 8a m to 12 2 to5 SAM ROLLINS TRANSFER LINE Kinds of Hauling Moving House hold Goods and PianoB RES PHNOE 457 5flEk af5 3 A Russian Dispatch Tells of Fea J fill Girnngc In Stnrinine Port Arthur St Petersburg August 3 Tho jf Russian report of tho storming opoT tions at Port Arthur has just been ri ceived from tho consul of Russia Ohoe Ioo dated to...

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

> If l a IV THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALDIflT TUC Entered in tho Palestine Texas Postofflco as SecondClass Mail Matter W M AND H V HAMILTON JR T ELEPHONE 444 Tako you hood of this As sure as you livethe producersaro the feeders and cloth- iers of the world adisputo which has arisen here Can you tell us what tho chicken died of CAYUCA Special Correspondence Cayuga August 1 Editors Herald There have been many happenings in this part of the moral vineyard ainco our last letter a full account kept properly only by tho Creator There have been many joys and many sorrows several deaths and several births several marriages and no partings Those that havent married are going to if thoy ean I think most all the girls havo their wedding dresses made so as soon as the boys can get tho money to buy tho license tho rest of them will marry Health is not firstclass some are puny with malaria All kinds of crops aro good Boll weevil boll worm sharpshooters and jack snapper bugs aro doing consider- ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 4 August 1904

f s I < K J Henry Gassawa H ENUY GASSAWAY DAVIS tho Democratic vice presidential nominee Is a man with more than an ordinary business and political career In West Virginia and nearby states he long has been regard- ed as a financial giant and his politi- cal life has been characterized by con- servatism and sagacity His nomination at St Louis confers upon him the peculiar distinction of being the oldest candidate ever select ed for the office Mr Davis having been born In Woodstock Md on Nov 10 1823 His father was Caleb Da- vis a successful Baltimore merchant who died a few years after the sons birth and his mother was a Miss Lou- ise Brown whose sister was the moth- er of Senator Gorman of Maryland Like Judge Parker Mr Davis spent his early days on a farm He received his education In a village school and at the age of twenty entered the em- ploy of the Baltimore and Ohio rail- road as a brakeman This was the first railroad built In America and Mr Davis has the distinction of havi...

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

r r l i r Fruit Jar rnoti NORTH No 31110 am No 11203 pm NoE 730 pm 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 Saecaiior to Moore SL Ballaw yfr M + + fr Arrival and Departure of Trains ARRIVE rnOM WEST NoS 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART FOR WEST No 1 122S pm NoE 830pm FROM SOUTH No 2 210 pm No i 910 pm FOR SOUTH No 1 1230 pm NoE 835pm PERSONAL NOT ES Madame Madamo is Instructive Have you seen Madame Claude Torrence of Crockett Is in the city today Old machines exchanged See us at the Singer Store Leo and Charles Qoodrldgo went down to Austin at noon J A Lee and W RNAllen of Cor sicana are in the city W II Marsh and S A Lindsey of Tyler wore in the city last night Congossraan A W Gregg came home from Houston this afternoon The Bargain Store has a half car- load of tin fruit cans for sale cheap H Horwits left this afternoon for StiJLouIs to buy goods and see the fair SS dmaniind5w...

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

v fH VOL III NO 27 i jiwiiiiqiiiiijpe > ti < > 7 TILtPHONI 45B RES PHNOE 457 By Sheriff Watts Yesterday He Has a Long List to His Credit The Palestino postofllce was entered and robbed on Wednesday night and on yesterday afternoon Sheriff Watts arrested Jeff Harris a young negro on this charge He made a clean case against the prisoner and got a con- fession out of him Tho sheriff then started an investigation and the boy acknowledged entering and robbing tho following houses Jessie Pope Jessio Hamilton Mrs Sam Moore twico Chas Dobbs Billy Welborn Harry Everett J B Dolson Bon Ackerman Frank Bailey Sam Barefleld Palestino postofllce John Mcintosh Mrs Honry Ash Alex Ful linwider N R Wood Ed Erwin A R Johnson W J Taylor Jack Evans J B McKnight Will Schloyor W H Dick John Weeks Hugo Roitch I S Dallam U L Houseman H V Ham- ilton W L Holder and John Howard In nearly every case only money was taken Tho amount stolen from the pobtofllce was recovered Nearly all of the robberies were...

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

t ft bV THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofilce as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR T ELEPHONE 444 to still the storm which blsligheBt word let loose Time and again when the democratic chairman and the ser geantatarms and the officers and the police were simply as leaves in the tempest of popnlar excitement one lifted finger of the great Nebras- kan could bring almost instant still- ness to the turbulent enthusiasm which all the organized forces of the demo- cratic convention could not control No man has ever seen Bryan the real Bryan unless he saw him at St Louis Those who have seen him else- where have seen the great but tranquil teacher preaching in patience and bidding his time Thosewho saw him tp uVTStfLauiB saw Bryana hia best and greatest with all the Hon aroused by opposition and offense and his mar- velous eloquence winged to its loftiest flight by the occasion and emergency And to have se...

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

< I44 u OMEN AND THE WAR ALGERIAN LOVE WAIL EDICT AGAINST TIPPING What the RussoJapanese Con flict Means to Them STRUGGLING AT kiKS WOBK Two Thonaand Jipun Women Are LnrlnK tlio Great Sewer In Tokyo How Korean Women Are Dolnv the Work of the Country Primitive Implement Used Two thousand Japanese women lay- ing the great sewer in the streets of Tokyo a hundred thousand Korean women mayhap plowing the fields with rude heavy implements scatter- ing seeds and laboring at the rice mill over what may remain of the last crop these things spelt part of the meaning of the ICussoJapanese war to oriental wopeu says the San Francisco Chron- icle be women who are struggling with 0s sewer mains are first and fore straggling with the problem of ethlng to eat The good man of family father husband or son s a patriot and he is at the front and patriotism in this case cannot fill all the hungry mouths at borne Two thousand Japanese coolies who were laying the sewer dropped pick and crowbar to take ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 5 August 1904

9 I I fc > to FROU NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm NoE 730 pm FOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE FROM WEST No 8 730 am No t 10 pm DEPART FOR WEST No 1 1225 pm NoS 830 pm w Mrs U W Lunsford and Mrs Theo Heeves are expected home tomorrow from Flint Are you troubled with constipation Try Chambers mineral well water Free now Little Hermlne Zander who has been very sick for some time is re- ported better The now summer sleepers on the T G N at half price seem to be a pronounced success Look out for malaria It is season- able now A few doses of Prickly Ash Bitters is a sure preventive Miss Lela Bird visited relatives in Palestine returning homo this morn- ing Jacksonville Daily Banner Mrs C F Goodridge leaves tomor- row for a visit to St Louis She will also visit relatives in Illinois beforo returning Madame has made a hit in Palestine aud a great many people are taking advantage of the offer the Herald is making on it Mrs Louis Nance left at noon for Waco to vist relativ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 6 August 1904

f at fc E V k ± < srr a PALESTINE DAILY HERALD VOL in NO 28 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 BRATyONS Thatis the unan- imous verdicl It is an unsettled question as to who keeps the poorest Bratton Notice Bills for electric lights and powor are due on the first of each month and we must insist on prompt payment of jaanie Customers who have not paid up in full by the 15th of each month will be cut out Please do not ask for further time as it will not be given Palestine Electkic Light Co tf No 513 Main Street Lawn Party The Young Peoples Union of the Baptist church gave a lawn social last t night on the Y M O A lawn A krgocrp wd attended and a most en joyable evening was spent by all The jyoubg folkj served refreshments to hwib brilliantly chines ezchasged fthe Siaeer Store See ns at Drug Company Died Suddenly Last night at about 8 oclock at their homo near this city the tenyearbid so...

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

n bk H THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in tbo Palestine Texas Postofflco as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Pbopiuetoks TFI FPHOMF 444 The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAB 500 Take you heed of this As sure as you llvethe producersare the feeders and cloth- iers of the world < UNIOWj The solid south not counting Maryland will give the democrats 151 clectorinl votes The solidly republican states including Cali- fornia with its 10 votes which gave Cleveland 8 out of its 9 votes in 1892 and Hancock 5 of its G votes in 1880 have 183 electorial votes The doubtful states have 142 electorial votes To win the republicans must get 56 of these the democrats 88 as the electoral college numbers 447 and it takes 239 to elect These doubtful states are Con- necticut Colorado Delaware ln diana Illinois Idaho New York Nevada Maryland New Jersey Wisconsin and West Virginia In 1892 Cleveland car...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 6 August 1904

t U t fe y if This curious bit of parchment was signed and executed over seventyone years ago when the traffic in human beings was as common as the transfer of pedigreed thoroughbreds now is and just as legal Just who John was beyond the fact that he was a WILLIAMS AS A JOKER Democratic Leader Had Fun With Un- sophisticated Reporter It was In February last that John Sharp Williams leadership of the min- ority in the House of Representatives had so spread his fame that he was widely talked about as of Presidential caliber An enterprising but unso- phisticated young newspaper man sought the Mississippian for informa- tion as to any movement in his favor Mr Williams with well dissembled gravity assured the reporter that everything was auspicious for his boom Recent reports from Mississippi especially were highly encouraging Toomsuba Ofanoma Noxopater Nanachehaw Toccopola Tabbvllle and Grubbs Springs I am told he said are already for me while I have every reason to believe that I shall ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 6 August 1904

I i f s V J Palestine Daily Herald W M EC V Hamilton Pubs PALESTINE TEXAS What a busy shopper the Marquis of Anglesey must have been He was a follower of the golden rule should be a soulsatisfying cpl < aph for any man Oom Paul Is dead Nobody will be likely to deny now that he was a pretty grand old man Some people rock boats some be- come innocent bystanders and others ride on excursion trains The hand that rocks the cradle is not in it at this Jocund season with the man who rocks the boat When Japan has secured those 20 D00 bronchos from our western states her real hosstilities can begin Senator Clarks children evidently think a sweet young mamma is much better than being cut off in the will There are people who believe even now that some of the Russians may cat thelr Christmas dinners in Port Arthur A Chicago couple lost S450 to a Bos- ton couple playing bridge Is there still a conviction in the middle West that Boston is slow Che British government Is now try- ing to decide h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 6 August 1904

m I Destructive Ivy A striking lesson as to the ficstrno Uto effects of the unchecked growth of Ivy can now be seen a few mllea to the north of London A fine old parlih xhurch has been wreefctd by the green parasite which h s been too lone encouraged from a false Idea of picturesque beauty the old Essex Church of AH Saints Chingford Last February In the midst of bleak windy weather the crash came the whole roof of the nave and couth mlsle collapsed In a complete wreck haklng and imperiling the falls which are bound speedily to fellow The Athenaeum They Are All Pleased By experience I have found your Hunts Lightning Oil to bo a great pain and sprain reliever I am Terj much pleased with it O C Cook HallettsviUe Tex 25c and 50c bottles The national debt of Great Britain began In the reign of William HI and in 1713 was only JCBl OOOOOO By 1SSD the national debts of the world had run up to the enormous total of b thousand one hundred and fifty mil- lions sterling Every honsekeepcr should...

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