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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 6 September 1904

100 I Fruit Jars < j 4 We have a large stock of Masons Fruit Jars porcelain lined top All sizes Get our price before you buy R MOORE Successor to Moore Ob Bnllew + + t > 44tt + + < Arrival aid Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 5 7S0pm FOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No i 1010 pm ARIUVB rnou west No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART FOR WEST No 1 1225 pm No 5 830 pm IROU SOUTH No 2210 pm No 1 W pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm NoB 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES Wood Starr left Marquez A W Elkins and wife are visiting in Troup Charlie Eppner is homo from a visit to St Louis Harry Kitoher is homo from a visit to Galveston Alvin Edwards has returned from the St Louis fair Will Winn spent Sunday and Mon- day at Oakwoods Will Dellls is visiting relatives in Dallas this week N R Royall went down to Grape land this afternoon t Capt Rees Fowler came home from the west last night i Misses Blanche and Louise Miller are visiting in Tyler Sam Sinclar of Marshall visited friends here yes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 7 September 1904

it V tit h VOL UI NO 54 J I 1 fcJUMV AJU Uh t MMJ Bf t M 0 Mm fk irff rra Tlr PALESTINE DAILY HERALD ABOUT ICE CREAM Wc arc furnishing more Ice Cream to families than ever before We make only one grade at 150 per gallon Wc 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 Xunnallys Fine Candy Received by Express Every Week lowwwownwwwowywmwvi wiwwwiiwoxi PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 7 1904 V ANDERSON COUNTY Commercial and industrial Assn Do you want to locate a Mercantile business Do you want to locate a Manufacturing business Do ou want a Farm Do jou want a Home It so write us and we will interest you A F STARR Pres J T MALONEY Sec I Good Printing Telephone 444 RE8SV found here I dflUfcd FOUR CRUSHED TO DEATH Wabash Passenger En Route to St Louis Wrecked Near Pendleton Mo Mobe...

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

Kfe M ECHOES FROM THE WAR Remarkable Recoveries of Rus- sians From Bullet Wounds JAPANESE PEOUD OP THEIE DEAD Do Not Mourn For Tlione Killed In Unfile S > ny n Traveler Ilumiiuii StuilenlM In ipriunuy Kejulce Over JnpniieHe Vletorlen Declare a Cln clunntl Attorney An Interesting account Is given by the St Petersburg correspondent of the London Telegraph of remarkable recoveries of Russian soldiers from wounds made by what they term Japanese toy bullets These bullets say Russian surgeons are if not per- fectly harmless at least the next best thing to that forming the mildest kind of missile that has ever yet been tired from a rifle One of the consequences Is that a number of wounds which formerly were mortal are nowhealed and forgotten In a few days Up till now a bullet in the head remarks a Russian physician who is collecting data on the surgical aspect of the present war which pierced the brain was certain to cause death But here we have a case in which a missile actually went t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 7 September 1904

iu f m ff m > w i GOV HOGG WAKES SPEECH ExGovernor Addresses Thou- sands at La Porte TjUstun Sept 7 Four special trains ot lofty carloads of people went from Dfcie to the La Porte Labor day celebra- tion Former Governor Hogg was the principal speaker After thanking the organized labor people for for visiting him to address them and discussing their condition In general advising them how to rear and educate their children acquire and embellish homes and to go Into politics the executive discussed the strike question and gave his views as to the proper remedy lit declared that nearly all Important strikes had been waged by employes of corporations and In nearly every in- stance were precipitated by actual or thiteatened reduction of wages of In fo crease In dally hours or labor or the arbitrary discharge of employes In difference or to the negligence or duty on the part of the state lie asserted Is the primary cause or these troubles He contended that no charter should be granted a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 7 September 1904

R I K These rains tturnip patches > 9 t iT jFnr fW will make good Ik you want a cinch on JusL get up and go after it things Sieakixo of lightning calcu- lators whats the matter with the Iboll weevil He multiplies rapidly Gov Houuu recent speech made the teeth of the railroad Hobbyists rattle They arc re- minded that lames Stephen ir dead is a very lively corpse The Nacogdoches Sentinel is < of the opinion that if the parents wont force the children to attend school the state should In other words it favors compulsory edu- cation This glorious old stjite does not tand in need of any more ma- chine candidates made to order by tin congressional trust It is high timi the people were waking up and attending to that matter for themselves Two years is not too early to start a campaign for a governor one that is of and for ihe great common people of Texas y THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texan Poetofflce as SecondGlass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 7 September 1904

R LS m > 5 j r r F W rTBEY ARE AFTER KUROPATKIN v Oyama Is Pressing Forward With Ulmosl Dispatch 30LUMN HAS CROSSED Tnltse River Thirty Miles Jfortlieas of Llao Yan and The Miles Due Ilast or Ycntal Hoping to Cut OfT llctrcat SK Petersburg Sept 7 Apparently the war offlce Is not greatly disturbed by the fear tha Field Marshal Oyama would cut oft General Kuropatkln be- fore he could reach Mukden Accord- ing to the advices up to noon Tuesday the Russian retreat wa < being effected In good order Heads of transport trains passed through Mukden Monday at noon and the fact that baggage trains continued on their way north- ward of Mukden the war office explain- ed does notmeanthat Kuropatkln Is bound further north at this tune but Is simply a natural precautionary measure even If he Intended to hold Mukden Russian formation during op- erations of the nrmy locating a baggage train forteen miles and ambulance OKNEKAL BAK1IAKOFF CHIEF OF THE BDB SIAN STAFF A xorps four nrtles In the v m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 7 September 1904

< iir SEP t FOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 11010 pm DEPART roR west No 11225 pm No 5 830 pm Lir ± te FROK SOUTH No 2 210 pm No t 910 pm roR 80UTB Nol 1230 pm No 5 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES Mrs Jako Armstrong la visiting in Dallas J P Cuson left this morning for Pallas LT Dashlell came in at 1110 from Athens Maj M Hinzie went to Tyler this morning Capt Rees Fowler went north this morning Mrs Jas Hicks and family are visit- ing the fair Mr and Mrs Ed Erwin are visiting in Galveston Mr and Mrs Joel Duncan have re- turned home O G Angus was a passenger north this morning Miss Zona McMeans is home from a visit to the fair Mis8 GertrudeyHathaway returned home last night Born To Mr and Mrs Ed Rat ledge a fine girl Hon S A McMeans and son How- ard are at the fair W A Nash returned from a trip to Mississippi Monday Mrs Lolantl Douthit returned home Monday from Rusk The Catholic school began yesterday with a full attendance Mr and Mrs S W Hudson aro vis- iting the St Louis fair Mr and Mrs ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 8 September 1904

adfc Wkf V t ss S V tf ANDERSON COUWTY Commercial end IndustrialAssn Do you want to locate a Mercantile business Do you want to locale 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 J T MALONEY Sec W < W for Good Printing Telephone 444 1 Trunks Sxsit Cases Telescopes El Traveling Bag s The Millinery Department of the Grand Leader in 2Tcw Hands When you write of millinery and millinery stores you write of something of vital interest to the ladies It is the feminine wa to love those things beautiful and it is the function of the milliner to gratify this desire And in this connection it will be of interest to our lad readers to learn that the millinery depart- ment of the Grand Leader ever popular has changed hands and is now owned bj a great concern that is just invading Texas They have just opened a millinery de- partment at Houston witl the Ed Kiam store and thoy arc alo with the new Tiche Gooltinger Co store ...

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

THEY ARE STILL PUSHING ALONG Russian War Office Confident That Retreat Is Proper MOVING STEADILY ON There Had Up to Wednesday Morn- Ing Been Ko Report Received From General Kuropatkin Since Monday New York Sept 8 The dearth of Immediate press and official dispatches from the present actual seat of the fat eastern struggle continues It Is ad- mitted by the Russian war oclce that no telegrams whatever were received from General Kuropatkin bearing Tuesdays date the last message tc the emperor from the general being dated Sept 5 and briefly telling that the army was advancing northward that it had extricated itself from a constant cannonading of the real guard and that the losses on that day were about 100 The situation in tin light of the latest Information may be summed up as follows The Russian forces are pushing on- to Mukden greatly Impeded by heavy roads and flools conducting an or- derly retreat followed step by step by the Japanese Details of the fight- ing and of the exatc posi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 8 September 1904

tsfAWsj rjfjf i THE BLUE AND THE BROWN Armies Are Facing Each Other in a Warlike Way SCLL ItCX MONUMENT AND HEXnT HOUSE way to Thoroughfare The northern half c this line Grants right is a solid mass of infantry The southern half his left wing Is a patrol of cav alry It Is with the strong right that the blow is to be struck To meet the attack General Bell has established a line of battle which sweeps in a semicircle from Buckland oa the southwestern limits of the zone Jto Woolsey on the north Buckland is less than two miles from the western limit of operations and Woolsey a Ht tle more than that distance General IBells center Is the strongest part ol his line < The outposts of General Grants outposts were stopped In their forward movement about 10 oclockFoui companies of the Seventh New York jindone company of the Fifth Infantrj regular under Brigadier General flFlnt commanding the First brigade i flic the Broe iarmy were ruled out ol JSattetfTfbr atfemp tlrjgj to cross thli jp n ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 8 September 1904

te I fc > THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Poetofilco as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted w M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Proprietors tpi f ph n M f 4 44 = The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 8600 Take you heed or this As sure as you llvetheproducersare tho feeders and cloth- iers of the world but to ratify The time for the farmer to show his interest in pol- itics is when the fight is on that will determine the choice of can- didates and policies We believe that a full and accurate report would show that not 20000 farm ers in all Texas went into the presidential primaries held here this year That holding aloof was a mistake It enabled those who believe that the farmer is always wrong in politics to control the primaries and had much to do with shaping the national result It will be a good thing for Texas when the farmer wakes up from his deep sleep and goes into poli- tics as actively...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 8 September 1904

i it Record of Baron Kodama Chief of Staff to Oyama BOION OF GOOD FIGHTING STGOK William E Cnrtls Sam rield 3I r Iial Oyuinn Coimliler IIU AnnUtunt One of the Worlds Slircivdent Slrnt eifl < His Arrnnicement Fur Lucnt lnic Japanese and llusiilnn Forcei Everybody agrees that tlie genius of the RussoJapanese war is General Baron Kodama recently assistant chief of the general staff and now chief of staff to Field Marshal Oyatna commander in chief of the Jupanese army in the field says William E Curtis the Chicago RecordHeralds correspondent writing from Tokyo Kodama was formerly assistant min- ister of war then minister of the in- terior and is now governor general of Pormosa on leave of absence hav- ing been called to Toky at the out BCt of the war because while assistant minister of war some years ago be planned the campaign which the Japa- nese armies are conducting in Man- churia After serving in Tokyo for six months and carrying out his plans con- cerning the mobilization and t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 8 September 1904

> W Fruit Jars We have a large slock of Masons Fruit Jars porcelain lined top All sizes Get our price before 3ou buy H R MOORE Successor to Moore CEb Bnllow t 44i + t4t + 4 + + + + + 4 W > 44444 > f > > < J > 4 < i Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm NoS 730 pm FOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE raou WEST NoS 730am No 4 10 pm DEPART FOR WXBT No 1 1225 pm NoS 830pm raoM SOUTH 2 210 pm 4 940 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm No 5 833 pm PERSONAL NOT ES 0 P Taylor of Riverside ia in the city Y S Moore of Texarkana ia in the city H M Brown of Crockett ia in the city 001 Goo A Wright ia visiting in Waco Miss Jameson left this afternoon for Rusk M W Campbell went up to Nechea today John Daly came down from Nechea at noon Judge P W Brown went up to Troupe today Miss Addle Harper left for Jefferson thts afternoon M A Davoy went to Jacksonville this afternoon A O Burton came home from the north laet night Mrs Grant and Miss Buck o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 9 September 1904

p VOL III NO 56 Ji Good Printing Telephone 444 I TrunKs tSuit Cases Telescopes EX Traveling Bag s PALESTINE TEXAS FHIDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 9 1904 rolled and who do not marvel at tho inscrutible Providence that has pro served a people during the stress and storm of centuries Tio Now Year begins with the 1st of Tishi The first ten days of that month are called the ten days of Penitence which begin with tho New Year and close with the Day of Attonomont YomKippur Usual services will bo held on these occasions Bank Statements Today tho Herald publishes state- ments of tho Palestine National bank and the First National bank and both institutions mako fine showings Palestine is justly proud of her banks and no towns in Texas has better ones Weather Bulletin For Palestino and vicinity To- night and Saturday fair weather warmer tonight in the extreme north- west portion Christian Workers The United Christian Workers will meet Sunday afternoon at tho Chris- tian Church at 4 oclock When you ...

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

Ifj S B f t > It FV r Its Ill fc Sf i i > r t RAIN AND MUD Great Difficulties Encountered on Mukden Road St Petersburg Sept 9 Lack of news from the front either official or by newspaper dispatches Is very try- ing to the public In spite ot assur- ances that General Kuropatklns army Is out of danger no word from Kuro patkln had been given out for thirty six hours up to noon Thursday and not a single newspaper dispatch later than Sept C had been received The emperor received some additional de- tails showing the tremendous difficul- ties encountered In accomplishing the retreat over the Mandarin road to Mukden from which It is easy to Ima- gine the horrlbie picture of the army and baggage and transport trains floundering northward over a road converted by torrents of rain Into a river of mud An Instance Is given where the wheels of a gun drawn by six horses sank Into mud up to the breech Four additional horses were harnessed to the piece but ten horsis were unable to budge It Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 9 September 1904

ft ls Prisoner Was Taken Out of Jail And Strung Up Huntsvilh Ala Sept 9 After set- ting lire to the Jail and smoking out the prisoner while the lire department was held at bay with suns and the sheriff and his deputies and the sol- diers outwitted a mob estimated at over 2000 people lynched Horace Ma- ples the negro accused of murdering John W Waldrop by stringing him to a tree on the courthouse lawn Wednes- day night This action of the mob was taking notwithstanding strong pro dered by the crowd u vt PUSHED THROUGH Blue Forces Were Within Two Miles of Thoroughfare Gap Gainesville aV Sept 9 The first j Cover these with strong wood ashes maneuver problem closed at noon six Riches deep and on this another i > W < < > dcP l of irco Wednesday when General Grant or four feet has been reached Keep j l t 1 i i force pushed through the the left wins 0 thoroughly molst for some of General Bell This put the Blue of glx of cgJlt wccks > nud nt tlc end force within two miles of T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 9 September 1904

5 > ft ft 1 > tt THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon SundayJExcepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Pbopbietobs TELEPHONE 4 44 = The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 8600 Take you heed of this As sure as you llvethe producers are the feeders and cloth- iers of the world Among free men there should bo no KSUy masters but Justice and duty and lovo cf right and fellowman PALESTINE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 9 1904 ANOTHER CHANCE A gentleman writing to the Herald editor from a neighbor- ing town says M Dear Mr Hamilton This is only intended as a reminder that D W Bolich General Man- ager and Chief Engineer of the Oklahoma Texas and Gulf Ry Co whose address is Clarksville Texas is figuring on extending to the gulf and while they are now looking a little east of Palestine if the proper effort is made they might be induced to come that wag And while I am not at liberty to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 9 September 1904

I 1 m i V K t 7r FOR THE CHILDREN The Fortune Telllnc Roue From red or pink tissue paper cut large medium and small rose leaves until you have enough to make an Im- mense full blown rose that will lit in a large salad bowl Arrange these to tnake the llower as perfect as possible To u < many of the leaves as there are guests tie green baby ribbon which must hang over the outside of the bowl At the bottom of each leaf thus prepared fasten a slip of paper on which Is written a prophecy of some kind For instance on one write You will have a long happy life on an- other You will soon go on a Journey across water A pretty fancy is to have a ring fastened to one of them which will fall to the one who receives the slip of paper on which Is written All things that are good fall to you When these are all arranged each guest takes one of the tiny ribbons hanging at the side of the bowl and they give a quick pull nil together which scatters the leaves In all direc- tions leaving them danglin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 9 September 1904

I y V r Fruit Jars We havea large stock of Masons Fruit Jars porcelain lined top All sizes Get our price before you buy H R MOORE Succmor to Moore < Q < Hallow UtWHWtHM MHH 4 > 44t44 > < 4 > < < < Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No31110am No 11205 pm No 6 730 pm FOR NORTH No 8 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE FROM WEST No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART FOR WEST No 1 1225 pm No 5 830 pm FROM SOUTH No 2 240 pm No 1 940 pm FOR SOUTH No 1 1230 pm No 5 835 pm PERSONAL NOT ES A W Ewing went up to Neches today J F Weeks is attending court at Neches R A Motley of Overton is now in the city L M Nance came in from the north at noon Mrs Q H Turner left this morning for a visit to Dallas S O Williams of Bryan is doing business in the city Willie McElroy on Royall street is up after a long illness Mrs Wilbur Richardson goes to Mart tonight to visit friends Ladlesi night at the Y M C A last night attracted a largo crowd County Attorney J T Harris and eon went ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 10 September 1904

It I I PALESTINE DAILY HERAL VOL III NO 57 Y + imit mH + Ht0 m n > 0 it m0 mfmmH I w i > m > ni > iwoi rf m > > ANDERSON COUNTY Commercial and Industrial Assn Do you want to locate a Mercantile business Do jou want to locate a Manufacturing business Do 3ou want a Farm Do 3ou want a Home It so write us and we will interest you A F STARR Pfes Trunks vSuit Cases Telescopes El Traveling Bags SgmKjKT PALESTINE TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 10 1904 J T MALONEY Sec T t RAILROAD MAN DEATHTHE SHOT TO DEATH Claude A Bcall Killed at Fort Worth Harry P Ross an Engineer Claims Self Defensc Fort Worth Texas Sept 9 Shortly after 5 oclock tonight Claude A Bcall a Fort Worth Rio Grande firman who has lately had charge of a switch engine in the Frisco 3ards was shot to death The tragedy took place THE CRIME IS CONFESSED religious work All Christian men are Invited to this meeting Tomorrow afternoon Mr Horton will speak to tho boys at 3J5 on the subject An Allaround Boy At 4 p m...

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