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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 1 September 1904

i i W M AND H V HAMILTON JR TFFPHQNE 4 44 There arc some people in every community who can be likened to nothing else but parasites says the Alice Sun They are engaged in some business calling or pro fession in the community earn their living and draw their sup port from the people of that com munity and yet when they have any purchases to make they send to Chicago or some other point and make those purchases from some big concern there some concern that has no interest in the community where the purchaser resides and does nothing to help support the schools churches and other institutions there This is not only a gross injustice to the people the business peo ple of the community it is an injury to the shortsighted indi vidual himself Every dollar sent abroad is a dollar withdrawn from the circu lation at home and the man who sends it off will never have an op portunity of handling that dollar again whereas if he spent it at home it would in the course of business come into his pos...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 1 September 1904

V No 2 In Love X ± < A MADAME FREE OFFER to readers of he Palestine Daily Herald Paving contracted at considerable expense with the ry offer publishers of this high grade Magazine we beg to One Years Subscription Free of Cost to all and any reader of our paper who signs and sends in at once the coupon below WLM A r A M p brings a monthly message of cul IwlMI MIVlEi ture to home and contains all your Mffls best in literature and art It is endorsed by over fthree million of the most cultured women of America being adopted by the National Council of Women of America as their official organ f With the August month starts a beautiful series of col or covers by Howard Chandler Christy the livjng American illustrator entitled A Christy greatest Courtship This first series consists of four beautifu i color pictures No i The First Meeting No 3 The Tiff No 4 Mated 1 < Let us send you a free sample copy so that you can see V3exactly what a beautiful magazine this is or sign and return th...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 1 September 1904

it W m I Fruit Jar most KORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 6 730 pm TOR NORTH NoC 815 am No 23 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 Mooro < D Hallow ltbtte > 4Xm4 > t > + + + + + < > f > < > 0 < Arrival anf Departure of Trains ARRIVE rnoM west No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART roa WEST No 1 1225 pm NoE 830 pm nwu SOUTH No 2 210 pm No 4 940 pm ron SOUTH No I 1230 pm NoC 835pm PERSONAL NOT ES L T Dashioll of Jowett is in the cityOld Old machines exchanged Sco us at the Singer Store Rev A P Scofleld was a passenger north this morning Sol Malor and family left for St Louis today to visit the fair Auditor W L Maury of the I G N returned home this morning Miss May Gregg returned homo this afternoon from a visit to Houston Mrs N J Norman returned homo this morning from a visit to Rusk Miss Marlon Hutcherson left for Mt Carmel 111 today to visit relatives The shops ...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 2 September 1904

i V I PALESTINE DAILY v rOL III NO 51 ABOUT ICE CREAM Wc arc furnishing more Ice Cream to families than ever before We make only one grade at 150 per gallon We could make you a cheap cream at 75 cts or S100 per gallon but it would not please you nor add to our reputation Our cream is rich and pure and nourishing It is the same kind that we use at our fountain Send us your orders BRATTON DRUG CO N B Nunnallya Fine Candy Received by Express Every Week jwvupiv wvwjvmjv r u w wf pi mM Tp 0 t + 0 i m90m09i0M + 06imi mm I ft i i ANDERSON COUNTY Commercial and Industrial Assn Do you want to locate a Mercantile business Do you want to locate a Manufacturing business Do you want a Farm Do you want a Homo II so write us and we will interest you which is the best and most stylish assortment we have yet offered You know our styles are correct Visit our Shoe Departmentits a pleasure to show you the new things to be found here DRESSY SHOES TEXAS WEEK AT THE FAIR PALESTINE TEXAS FRIDAY AFTERNOON S...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 2 September 1904

I S r ItV V t V THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in tho Palestine Texas Postofllce a SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR TFl FPHONE 444 The orignal intent of the law which authorized the introduction of nowand valuable varieties of plants has been perverted says Henry A Castle former auditor for the postoflice department in the September Worlds Work This year 45000000 packets of garden and flower seeds will be sent out few of them differing in any respect from those sold at re tail stores but public opinion seems to sustain the policy Representative Stevens of Min nesota forwarded not long since to one of his people at home a package of garden seeds In a few das a letter profuse with thanks was received with this concluding paragraph Please send me a sack of oats a sack of corn apd as many trees as you can get at the agricultural depart ment A congressman from Boston although representing a city dis trict declares that he has s...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 2 September 1904

tk ft tiJ > u > > 5 i MADAME FREE OFFEI i to readers of i 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 lg magazine free for one year r Guns Pistols Sewing Machines iron safes bicycles lock and keyfc repaired CShop and Office an Avenue A next to Baptist Church A W EWING AttorneyAtLaw Palestine Tex Office Over Leo Davidsons Store W K WYATT TRANSFER LIE All Orders Given Prompt Attention Telephono 284 G ii HUNTER Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Office at Latimer Crawfords Livery Stable Office Phone 25 Residence Phone 663 Palestine Texas 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 a...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 2 September 1904

rl t h3v m < m Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11203 pm NoB 730 pm FOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE FROM WEST No 6 730 am No 4 ID pm DEPART FOR WEST No 11225 pm No 5 830 pm TROii Bourn No 2 210 pm No 4 910 pm FOR SOUTH No I 1230 pm No 5 833 pm PERSONAL NOT ES F E Russell of Huntsvllle is in the cityRobt Robt Mayes is hero from Oakwoods today Tom McMillan of Oakwoods is in the city P W Ezell went up to Neches this morning Ohas Milburn is here from Rusk on a visit to his parents J H Weeks came homo from Jack sonville on the 1110 train J A Palmer editor of the Hunts ville PostItom is in the city Mrs O W Cocking loft this morn ing for a visit to Shrevoport J S Temple and family returned jjbome at noon from tho Worlds fair Have you rheumatism Try Cham bers mineral well waterl Free now Mrs Kate Greenwood and Mrs T L Witt of Elkhart are in tho city to day Miss Lucy Hicks arrived in tho city at noon to visit Mr James Hicks and family A W Ewlng ...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 3 September 1904

V 5V ft r PALESTINE DAILY HERAL VOL HI NO 52 IVMM + MtMIW + MAMl + MIVMIlMtJMJi + > ABOUT ICE CREAM We are furnishing more Ice Cream to families than ever before We make only one grade at 150 per gallon We could make you a cheap cream at 75 cts or 100 per gallon but it would not please you nor add to our reputation Our cream is rich and pure and nourishing It is the same kind that we use at our fountain Send us 3our orders BRATTON DRUG CO N B Xnnnallyi Fine Candy Received by Express Every Week yV V < W W WVI > W0W0WfWW M v iin ii i i nnrmtri i nrirrnr viiii r t i i MlMtMaMM > ANDERSON COUNTY For Good Printing Telephone 444 PALESTINE TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 3 1904 Hf Commercial and Industrial Assn Do you want to locate a Mercantile business Do you want to locate a Manufacturing business Do you want a Farm Do you want a Home It so write us and we will interest you A F STARR Pres r J T MALONEY Sec ni > A vli vwwwww mixwxmtmnti w m DRESSY SHOES KUROPATKIN RETRE...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 3 September 1904

fc CWafS S THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofllco as SecondOlasa Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR TFIFPHONE 4 44 THE SERVANT PROBLEM With the opening of the public schools the housewifes troubles arc increased for many colored girls now doing the work in white homes will quit their jobs to at tend school And the cotton picking season will claim many of the negro women They quit the kitchen for a few weeks in the country Even when they conic back to town and apply for work only about one in a hundred is half satisfactory as a cook or servant The servant question is a prob lem and one that can only be solved so some claim by import ing white help Even then it is doubtful if tiie employing of white help will cuic all the ills TWO YEARS HENCE Hon T M Campbell of Pales tine is an avowed candidate for governor two years Hence so say his friends The Messenger be lieves the time has come when the peoples best interes...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 3 September 1904

I v vt i iI Um I cama in first cornea another clerk MADAME TE5KPHONEZ450 But here Send over three Huh here comes another one Well No I havent been waited on I Want three Excuse me mad am I If Mrs Housekeep ever buys any thing more of this place Ill tee my lawyer Chicago RecordHerald MAD AMR FREE OFFER to readers of The Palestine Daily Herald avinsfpeontracted at considerable expense with the iw ofjthi high grade Magazine we beg to offer OnfeYears 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 Women of America as their official organ With the August month starts a beautiful series of col or covers by Howard Chandler CKristy the greatest living American illustrator entitled A Christy Courtship This first serie...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 3 September 1904

F 4 F r I > u fe toVjjgS rifcfij Trx Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No3 It 10 am No 11203 pm No 6 7S0pm FOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No t 1010 pm ARRIVE FROM WEST No 6 730 am No t 10 pm DEPART FOR WEST No 1 1225 pm NoB 830 pm FROM SOUTH No 2210 pm No I 010 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm No 5 835 pm PERSONAL NCI ES Let all bands work for Palestine L BI Allen of Corsicana is in tho city Albert McMeanB goes to Marlin to night i Bert F Starr and wife are bore from Crockett Bill Allen of Corsicana is hero on business Col Adams of Crockett is in tho city today W II Baty tho Iumbor man is here from Neches Harry Myers left today for a visit to St Louis and the east Mr and Mrs Cad Williams are homo from tho Worlds fair Miss Mattie Jameson left for Rusk this afternoon for a brief visit Ed Watts and Horace Word Jr went to St Louis this afternoon Mrs Arthur Numson returned home last night from a visit to Timpson Mrs S J Robinson of Salado is a guest at the home of Mr and Mrs T O Moo...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 3 September 1904

i6 lfcV It i f J U St r Fichu Collarette Collarettes ot all sorts are much In demand and make ideal little shoulder wraps that add grace and charm at the same time that they mean slight warmth This one is peculiarly at tractive and takes the fichu form so much in vogue As Illustrated it is made ol net banded with ribbon ap plied to form diamonds and is finished vith frills and lies of chiffon also ribbon banded It can however be made from one material or from vari ous combinations Tho capo portion of silk the frills of chiffon or net cakes one that always is attractive and many others might bo suggested The collarette consists of the cape two frills and tho scarf The upper frill is applied over the cape on indi cated lines the lower is attached to its edge and passes over the upper ends of the scarf so giving a pecu liarly full and desirable effect at the front The quantity of material required for the medium size is 4J yards 21 inches Wide or 2 yards 44 jnches wide Trlth yard of an...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 3 September 1904

Palestine Daily Herald AL H V Hamilton Pnbs PALESTINE TEXAS Your straw hat too often takes a notion to show which way the wind blows The button trust Is In trouble in New York It never pays to trust a button too far Lobsters are said to be becoming scarce Probably they have wearied of being scalded alive Sir Kiplings latest seems to com bine the melodious flow of Whitman with the lucidity of Browning After all its a little funny to see a semielderly gentleman as tickled with his automobile as a boy with a new sled In the important matter of the ar rangement of Its bones the swordflsh shows a great improvement on the shad Complete calm prevails at Bogota although a new administration has come in Make a chalk mark on jout stove pipe A multitude of doctors could cure the niajoritj of their patients if they were only able to prescribe a larger bank account tincle Russell Sage has the satis faction of knowing that no scapegrace s on will > ever dissipate his hard earned wealth The aut...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 3 September 1904

L WISHER HOUSTON OPTICAL COMPANY DROPSY RS SheumatlBtn Is almost unknown In Japan Tire Japanese escape the mal ady to a great degree by avoiding the xcesslvo use of alcohol and tobacco They Always Make Friends Since using one box of Cheatham laxative Tablets we have been friends They cured mo promptly and thoroughly of ft bad case of chills Any one needing a remedy for malarial troubles will certainly find them satis factory They are also convenient to carry nd pleasant to take John Everhardt Harwood Ter 25c per box Anyman that has the price can play the races Even an angleworm is a part of the fishing outfit WET WEATHER WISDOM THE ORIGINAL r iv ML KEEPYOU DRY N0THIHGEL5EWILI TAKCNosuKfnryxa CATALOCUCS FREC Full unc or garments and hats A i TOWCR CO BOSTON MASS USA TOWrfi CANADIAN CO LTD TORONTO CANADA C W 0 RARESHIDS J N WiSNER 00 BROKERS HOUSTON TEXAS MEMBERS COTTON EXCHANQE3 We mail freeupon rcqucit Dallr Market Letter which arc unherailly recocaized b the trade a being eorap ele...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 3 September 1904

pr f n > P SHOWS DAMAGE BY RUST TO THE SPRING WHEAT CROP Reports received by the Northwest ern Miller from 500 millers in the Da kotas and Minnesota give the spring wheat cropof the three states at 170 000000 bushels This is 30000000 bushels less than Indicated thirty days ago beforo the rust struck it and 3000000 bushels less than last years yield The acreage of Minnesota is C393000 an increase of 2 per cent over 1D03 This state has a larger acreage of good wheat harvested than was lost in some of the others South MRS MAYBRICK TO REST Unfortunate Woman Now Sojourning in the Catsklll Mountains Mrs Florence Maybrick immediate ly on landing In New York from Eu rope left for the Catsklll mountains She goes there to visit In the home of Dr Emmctt Densmorc where she will remain for some time Dr Densmore was extremely inter ested In Mrs Maybrlcks case while she was imprisoned In England and was energetic in aiding to secure her release Mrs Maybrick will recuperate in the mountains from...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 6 September 1904

B I PALESTINE DAILY HERAL x vtv < i > rttlv rrvr > frvrewv rTfttrfe ri + t WH WHWl l m Ml > lll Wfl lllll > HlllllW l M > ANDERSON COUNTY Commercial and Industrial Assn Dp you want to locate a Mercantile business Do you want to locate a Manufacturing business Do you want a Farm Do you want a Home II so write us and we will interest you A F STARR Pres JL J T MALONEY Sec j MMMWMMMMj WIIIWIIIWIWWMIIIIIWWIIWmloli l I tfk E lOof Printing Telephone 444 mm tLui i in iayi > r i Jyy THE STRIKE DECLARED OFF The Executive Board of Interna tional Machinists Takes Action The I G machsnists strike in effect for a long time has been declared off by the gen eral executive board ofthe Inter national Association of Machin ists It has been a long stubborn fight and no doubt the railroad and strikers are glad to see it terminate MORE MEN ARE OFF I G N Again Cutting Down the Shop Force Tlio I G N has again laid off more shop men indefinitely Nearly all others have beonnotiflcd that ...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 6 September 1904

fe > I fck < V r i > i V p THE CAPTURE IS COMPLETED Liao Yang Is In AbsoluteJPossessioB of the Japanese STAKELBERG IS SAFE Ilussian General Was Reported as Having Keen Cut Off but IIo Succeeded on Sunday In Joining Kuropatkin New York Sept C The only direct news from the seat of war bearing Sundays date came by way of Toklo In a report from Field Marshal Oyama saying that Liao Yang fell completely into the hands of the Japanese at 9 oclock that morning that the Japanese casualties were believed to be heavy and that nothing was known by the Japanese concerning conditions on the right bank of the Taltse river The only comfort for the Russians at home was the news conveyed in a re port from General Kuropatkin dated Saturday afternoon that General Stak elbergs First Siberian army corps of 25000 men reported Saturday aa hav ing been cut off to the westward of Liao Yang had been safely extricated and that the corps has succeeded In joining the main Russian body on the right bank ...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 6 September 1904

K 4 B u > issr Vthe condition a OF LABOR KV < v Some Interesting Statements Bear ing on Subject OPEN SHOP MATTER k It Is Claimed That During the Past Twelve Months There Has la Somo Occupations Been a Decided Gain New York Sept G Iabor day 13M presents many Interesting facte and conditions both to employers and em ploys In New York City as compared with the same period a year ago says theHerald Within the Ave months be v tween April 1 and Sept 1 this year losses in wages to worklngmen In New Tork City rrom strikes and lockouts have been more than onethird less than during the same months last year and losses to employers have been correspondingly smaller In all of the 1904 strikes except pos sibly in the building trades the out come has marked a decided step to wards the open shop and In several Instances the employers have achieved ivUeclded victory the striking union men having returned to work side by side with the nonunion employes This was especially noted in the strikes ...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 6 September 1904

sr THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postoffice Jaa SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editobs and Proprietors TELEPHONE 444 = The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 500 Take you hoed of this As sure as you llvotheproducersare the feedorsand cloth iers of the world < UWIONfetLABtL > Palestine must do for herself what she has vainly hoped the railroad would do for her The railroad has done enough and it is now up to Palestine to move out on Her own account The Herald wants to see Pal estine prosjer because Palestines prosperity means the Heralds prosperit Therefore the Her ald will keep up its cry for our citizens to do something for them selves I sril w The packing house strike has l Beensettledjswithfearful cost to the strikers The Herald op poses strikeabecause of the fact that the strikers are usually the heaviest losers yet it recognizes the fact that often it is t...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 6 September 1904

i iVHE TRAMPS HALT Re battered hat pulled down over ieyeg hardly shaded his rough face fort of rwhich was covered with a se bristling beard As he sham on through the heat and dust his Were fixed on the ground but hm afliLthen he raised his head slight ujy and took a rapid glance over the fields vnnd up to the distant hills i presently he reached a slight bend iln the road and rounding this ap jproacbed a email frame house entered r the yard carefully closing the gate jPaftcr him and after standing Irreso > lutely a few moments walked across m ihe lawn as ho rounded the corner of the house a little terrier rushed at him yelping shrill defiance and calling to J l the door of the kitchen a tall woman of perhaps fifty years of age Her titon gray hair brushed straight back from her forehead was caught in a knot at the crown of her head and held in place by a steel comb At the first glance she might have been called > an angular woman which exprcs 8k > n usually conveys the Impre...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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