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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 17 September 1904

i V Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 5 730 pm FOR NORTH No 8 815 am No 2 3 pm No i 1010 pm ARRIVE TROM WEIT No 8 730 am No i 10 pm DEPART No 1 1225 pm No E 830 pm ntoil SOUTH No2 240 pm No i 90 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm NoE 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES F Reagan of Rusk is in the city J H Stewart of Navasota is here to- day H J Arledge of Crockett Is in the cityMrs Mrs Pope went up to Marshall to- day Miss A Walters left for St Louis to- day Albert Lassiter returned to Tyler to- day O H Naylor Is viBitinc in San An- tonio Dr Jameson went up to Troupe this morning H V Prather came homo from the north yesterday Judge Gardner and family spent yes- terday at Elkhart S J Collins of Lovelady is doing business In the city Judge Jno M Duncan returned to Tyler this afternoon Miss Nannie May Sellers came home t at noon from St Louis Kay Kimbell of Whitewright was in the city this morning Mrs Thos Hall and Miss Hall left for St Louis this morning The JewlBh houses w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 19 September 1904

A 5 w t UfjQ Very Latest A F STARR Pres 1 211 S2SSR5K Designs in Ladies Pocket Books and WristBags just re ceived by BRATTON DRUG CO Nb Nunnallya Fine Candy Received by Express Every Week mm004r > iiifnir + ri Tift49rit fit w j ANDERSON COUNTY Industrial Assn Commercial and 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 J T MALONEY Sec > < VIWOWMMW For Good Printing Telephone 444 Childrens School Shoes Had you thought about it School opens next lVlonday Have you bought your little oVies shoes yet If not the prices mentioned below should inter- est you Kid lace stock lip spring heel sizes 5 to 8 all solid leather no paste board 50c Same thing as above in 8 to 11 size 75c Same thing in sizes 11 to 2 price 100 Marine calf lace hooks spring heel solid leather sole and counter and guarant eed to give satisfaction sizes 5 to 8 price only 75c Samethingin sizes ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 19 September 1904

I K k r > ii V A f 5TJ rJft ATTACK ON THE CHINESE Two Soldiers Uiiinercifullp Beaten by Italian Troops ACTION IS SHAMEFUL Great Indignation Expressed atjPekin and the Facts In the Case at Once Transmitted to King Victor Emanuel Pekln Sept 19 An extraordinary fracas between Italian and Chinese sol- diers occurred Thursday afternoon It appears that two Chinese soldiers were out walking unarmed along the pub- lic road bordering on the Italian drill grounds adjoining the Italian legation They stopped to watch the Italians drilling The latter ordered them away and when they refused to go a fight ensued The two Chinese were beaten One of them was seized and taken Into the Italian legation while the other ran to the residence of Gen- eral Chiang Kwelte who is commander In chief of the Chinese troops station- ed here A dozen Italians followed him and fired two shots in the residence and one Italian soldier entered Chi- nese soldiers assembled prepared to fight but one of the officers pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 19 September 1904

M FEMALE DISORDERS These Troubles Are Nearly Always Caused by Torpid Liver Poor Digestion and Irregular Bowel Movements ently Cure Them the Liver Dmach and Bowels Must Be Put Right dwell known to medical men r large majority of the vrcak larities and disorders pecul ffnen are due to a torpid liver pated condition of the bowels diseased liver produces kidney Ji women the genital organs pe delicate than the kidneys IfTectcd the disease spreading I e kidneys To all women who Igular excessive or suppressed leucorrhcea whites womb rin or irritation we say Prickly offers you a speedy and pcr lelief It puts the liver in vig Jndition empties and cleanses fels and tones up the female With the liver and bowels ac Ihealthy those distressing bearing Fide and back pains spells of heart throbbing faintness will quickly disappear giving place to a feeling of vigor and buoyancy of spirits The eye is brightened the complexion is cleared the whole body strengthened and improved thus chang- ing a weak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 19 September 1904

ft I THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In tho Palostine Texas Postofllce as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR TELEPHONE Take you heed of this As sure as you llvethe producers are the feeders and cloth- iers of the world PftSwliini It would be agood idea 4 anyhow for the people to select a candidate for governor themselves one time Athens Review And Campbell is the man Palestine Advocate Thats our opinion If Clar- ence Gilmore doesnt work up a boom for Bill Sterrct If theres any show for Bill we couldnt go back on him and in the event Bill is successful we suggest Al- kali Eye for his lieutenant Theyd make a pair to draw to Mur bank Courier The Tribune is strictly for Campbell with no exceptions A better selection could not be made and the press of East Texas isnt slow to push his claims Lufkin Tribune A mans real worth is better at- tested by his home people and in that light Tom Campbell is pre- eminent No man living is loved...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 19 September 1904

I i jt forMcKlnley and Wt Tchorus of Noes w QUESTIONS ARE NOW SETTLED Important Action Taken During New York Visit of Parker ewyork Sept ID Judge Parkers receptlori of visitors at his apartments at the Hotel Astor proceeded Friday In the same manner as Thursday Few persons admitted to the apartment on the fifth floor passed through t e hotel office Those who were admitted as conferring with the candidate or were acknowledged to the press by Private Secretary McCausland were Charles F Murphy the Tammany leader former Senator David B Hill Senator Arthur P Gorman Representative William Sulzer and John p McDonald of New York A representative of the Asso ciated Press was received by Judge Parker who said that Senator Gorman jhad consented to take an Important iplnce In the management of the cam- paign and that his decision was at ttie earnest request of National Chalr man Taggart as well as other cam t paign managers He said that Mr i Taggart would not be supplanted nor superseded In any...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 19 September 1904

ft iv 5T < FROU NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm NoS 730 pm TOR NORTH NoS 815am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm i MMMMMMMMMlMWMliMM Miss Kate Hunter TEACHER OP PIANO Studios at Central and Third Ward School Buildings TELEPHONE 797 > Fruit Jars 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 Dt Hallow Arrival and Departure of Trains ARRIVE FROM WEST No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART ros WEST No 11225 pm No 6 830 pm TROU SOUTH No 2 2 < 0 pm No I 940 pm TOR SOUTH No 1 1230 pm NoS 833pm PERSONAL NOTES Ernest Smith went to Athens today N B Barbee of Crockett is in the city John T Seiman of Tyler is in the city Capt S P Allen left today for Athens P W Ezell went up to Neches this morning Wood Starr went np to Jacksonville this morning Judge J P Watts went over to Athens today Diphtheria and scarlet fever are both reported In the city Prof Welden a business college man Is in the city today A P Henderson and A M Bart...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 20 September 1904

BW 4 v Designs in Ladies Pocket Books and WristBags just re- ceived by BRATTON DRUG CO N B Nunnallyg Fine Candy Received by Express Every Week Wtm imnni m 4mmtm4ttwrwrfiiiMv tMAMa amMi 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 Home It so write us and we will interest you A F STARR Pres v J T MALONEY Sec WMMnWMIIMMHIMIMMMMWIMWI Good Printing Telephone 444 BURTONSTAFFORD TRIAL AT ATHENS By What are you going TO DO About that Fall Suit Why not come around to the Big Store and see what we have to offer you Our Fall and Winter line is by far the handsomest selection we have had ifiii r ifirVil MAfcmdtfon4tf 11 Agreement Burton Will Be Tried First Special to the Herald Athens Texas Sept 20 The witnesses began arriving here from Upshur Wood Rusk and other adjoining counties Sunday as spe- cial trains were put on to handle the witnesses From Palestine there are no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 20 September 1904

fe i ix Rfcw w THE VENOM OF THE OPPONENTS It Is Said Feeling Between Belliger- ents Is Hitter RED CROSS DISHONOR Wounded Call Vainly For Assistance and Dead Bodies In Decompos- ing Condition Lie Unbur led ou ttattlefleld Chefoo Sept 20 According to Lieutenant Prince Radzlvll of the Rus- sian army who reached here Sunday from Port Arthur bearing dispatches from Lieutenant General Stoessel to General Kuropatkln the temper of the belligerents at Port Arthur has reached an absolutely merciless stage Prince Radzlvel served with the British In the Boer war and he says that until he became aware of the state of affairs at Port Arthur he had no Jdea that war could be so horrible It was set forth In these dispatches some weeks ago that serious suspicions were enter tained by both belligerents that the other was misusing the Red Cross flag These suspicions have been Increased by the commission of various acts by the soldiers of both armies until now even flags < if truce or surrender are n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 20 September 1904

in 4j t 1 f 4 r v r if inMIND OF MAID By Martha Copyrtpfu 1X McCulloch bv yartSta Williams blrJuUtxhWOUamt S > 3 My but she is ugly Mrs Evans said her accent distinctly one of re- lief Branson smiled covertly as be answered Dont be too sure of that She has eyes Eyesl Bah The ejaculation was almost a snort Estelle beard It al- though there was the breadth of the room between her and the irate ma- tron She looked plaintively across at Bronson who answered her look with the faintest humorous nod Then he strolled over to her and said In her ear Its too easy quite too easy Miss Mischief I simply bad to give that good soul a hint of warning Traitor Estelle retorted pre- tending to hiss the word high tragedy fashion yet ending with a dimpling laugh The laugh went far to redeem her face so far that it set more than one beholder speculating that old Ma- jor Gilberts stranger granddaughter would not really be so bad looking If she knew how to wear her clothes and do her heavy hair this des...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 20 September 1904

THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas PostOffice as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted w AND H V HAMILTON JR ROOSEVELTS ONE SITY TELEPH WILL STAY IN THE FIGHT Extract from Col T M Camp bells speech at Elderville Texas Whether in official station or private life I intend to resist the efforts of corporate power to fur- ther dominate our purty and our legislation and I propose to staj in the fight until the people of this great state who furnish the taxes to support the government and who ask nothing in return but just laws andgood govern- ment are fully restored to power SIDED INTEN Colliers for September 17 com- pares Roosevelts behavior toward tho prejudices of the south to the polioics of Lincoln and McKinley as follows Although it is a course of ex- aggeration to trace any one act of violence whether by negroes or avenging mobs to Roosevelt it is the dreadful truth that his behavior has increased the de- pravity of the negroes an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 20 September 1904

L U AXE LEFT WAS IN THE SKULL I Falls County Farmer the Victim of an Atrocious Act Rosebud Ter Sept 20 The most horrible murder ever known In thl3 portion of Falls county was that ot- C S Stuart which happened at his residence ten miles east of here while he was asleep His head was nearly severed from his body and the axe with which the deed was done being left In the akulL The walls and doors of the room were spattered with blood For several years Stuart has been a widower Parties who arrived early at the place Of the killing say they found the Win- chester rifle of Stuart by his bed nnd that they extracted two cartridges from It The Stuart home Is situated in a re- mote section that has long been domi- nated the dark corner of Falls coun- ty He and his children resided there alone Though he was worth in cash and property about 25000 they lived In a small house and enjoyed few com- forts Two daughters are said to be away from home attending school Those at home are Willie aged six-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 20 September 1904

n I r vs t M > 444444 > < 4 HS < J frM Fruit Jars r Kiixiwiiowmiwiwix We have a large stock of Masons Fruit Jars porcelain lined top All sizes Get our price before you buy H R MOORE Successor toMooro < Xb Ballew PERSONAL NOT 1SS John Sweany is visiting in St Lonia W A Smith of Corsicana is in tho cityFrank Frank Imrio and family aro home from St Louis Mrs P H Hughes went up to Tyler on a visit today Mrs E 0 Broyles left today for a vieit to Greenville Mrs Tucker Royall and baby are visiting relatives in Tyler Miss Corrio Jowers went to Dallas today on a visit to her sister Judge and Mrs GUI are here from Galveston visiting friends W B Johnson the ice factory man is home from a visit to St Louis John F Brown and family came home from the north this morning Miss Roba Perkins has returned homo from a visit to Mineola friends Miss Jarrell of Athens will spend the winter here with her grandmother Mrs Farr Oabbago plants lc each or 50c per 100 Delivered to business part of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 21 September 1904

H 1 w wwwgSw w tatiY4 rT pilf > ll > JtMt < MMiMi > 4iimii Wl il > l I 5 > 6c Very Latest Designs in Ladies Pocket Books and > M i S Commercial and IndustrialAssn 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 > y J T MALONEY Sec V v t 4 v WMPrinting Telephone 444 EXAMINING OF WITNESSES Jury Is Completed and Testimony Is Being Taken Athens Texas Sept 21 Court convened at 9 a m today and the jury in the case of the State vs Pickens Burton on charge of criminal assault being completed the taking of testi- mony has begun The roll of witnesses was called and wit- nesses placed under rule Miss Pryor was the first wit- ness called and she has been on the stand the greater part of the day From Tuesdays Athens Review After the speaking yesterday after noon the court resumed business Counsel for defendants demanded of the court the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 21 September 1904

1 lS Vv r DELEGATIONS CALL Two Trainloads of Tammanyites and Ons From Westchester County Esopus N Y Sept 21 Judge Par ker was the object of a typical Tam many demonstration Monday when a tralnload of delegates stopped nt Eso pus depot en route to the Domocratlc convention at Saratoga and Judge Par- ker held an Informal reception A sec- ond section reached Esopus a little lat- er and the occupants of this Ufa In repeated the programme set by thi > lr predecessors The Westchester county delegation occupying a special train came fifteen mlnutP3 later The delegates had their train sidetracked and formed a proces- sion and marched to Ronemont where Judge Parker received them on the veranda of his home Said to Have Fired Twice Madrid Sept 21 The Correspon- dence of this city published a dis- patch from Bilbao on Monday to th effect that n Russian cruiser had been Keen off Cape St Maria and that sh 1iad fired two shots at and took pos- session of a merchant vessel supposed to be a Briti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 21 September 1904

u at lei it I r 4 SfA M Vv > V > Motherhood is the reward nature MOTHERHOOD healthy womanhood Women whoso TJtalityhas been sapped by disease cannot safely givo birth to chil- dren In pregnancy and in childbirth weak- ness of the mother is revealed in the pain and agony she suffers This great medicine drives out every ves- tige of inflammation and weakness and gives tone and strength to tho delicate or which mature the child The pains of gans pregnancy are banished by Wine of Cardui and mis- carriages which blast so many fond mothers hopes are prevented Flooding which so often occurs after childbirth is corrected when Wine of Cardui is used during pregnancy Wine of Cardui babies are healthy babies because during the months of pregnancy the mother is able to give them necessary vitality and strength With theso facts presented to American women no expectant mother should be satisfied without tho reinf orcement that Wino of Cardui will give her Every mother should bo able to treat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 21 September 1904

f A THE COST OF LIVING After pondering over the figures of the Department of Commerce and Labor for about a month the Chicago Chronicle has dicovered Mr Wrights average man does not exist but that the standard of living is better than it was a few years ago Since the beef trust the coal trust and hundreds of other trusts have ad vanced prices to the top notch the average man and woman have discovered that it costs a great deal more to keep up the standard of living and that present wages and trust prices are an obstacle that every one feels All the sophistry of the republican statis- ticians cannot gloss over the fact that the limited income cannot be stretched to meet the demands that are made upon it High trust prices fostered by the pro- tective tariff ma give a glamor of prosperity to the protected in dustries but the many have to pay to the prosperous few WHERE WILL IT END Does not his whole career illstrated by his writings his say- ings and his doings his heedless criticisms ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 21 September 1904

y4 ANOTHER CRANK WAS ARRESTED fci Re Was Making His Way to Sagamore Hill When Caught byster Bay N T Sept 21 A man Who Is regarded by secret service offl j cerar and authorities of Oyster Bay tua a dangerous crarnk was apprehended here Tuesday He Is named J E Reeves is medium sized roughly attir ed and about forty years of age He waa making his way to Sagamore Hill when arrested He told Officer Tyre who apprehended him he wanted to ee the president on Important busi- ness Believing from the mans man- ner that he was Insane the officer took him before Justice Franklin for ex- amination To the Justice Reeves sail lx years ago he died In Jersey City and went to Heaven In an automobile While there he received an Important message for President Roosevelt which he was directed to deliver per eonally He refused to say what the nature of the message Is and he de- clared he could communicate It to no- body but the president He declared to thejustlce however that he had writ- ten a book on his...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 21 September 1904

1 e > 4 < < fj Miss Kate Hunter TEACHER OF PIANO Studios at Central and Third Ward School Buildings TELEPHONE 797 r WS iH MlMrfl Fruit Jars We have a large stock of Masons Fruit Jars porcelain lined top All sizes Get our price before you buy H R MOORE Succmor to Moore Ik Ballew Arrival and Departure of Trains null NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 6 730 pm TOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE raoic west No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART TOR WEST No 1 1225 pm No 5 830 pm THOU SOUTH No 2 SW pm No 4 940 pm ltR BOOTH No I 1230 pm NoE 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES P A Bates of Oorsicana is In the city A N Miller of Oakwoods Is here today Dr L M Barnes of Thorndale is in the city J D Oullett of Corslcana is here on business A splendid shower fell here last evening Warren Weeks left this morning for St Louis Jim Harlow of Oakwoods was here yesterday W R Claybough Is in the city from Oakwoods yBen Landau came in from the north ± hls morning Judge Gould came in from tho south yeste...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 22 September 1904

m I5i f PALESTINE DAILY HERALD VOL III NO 67 I I A F STARR Pres PALESTINE TEXAS THURSDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 22 1904 im > l tt00tm0tim 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 Home It so write us and we will interest you J T MALONEY Sec j For Good Printing Telephone 444 WITNESSES ARE BEING HEARD Miss Pryors Testimony Concluded and Miss Satterwhite Is Now Being Examined Palestine Herald Palestine Tex Athens Texas September 22 Court opened at 9 oclock to- day Miss Satterwhite continued her testimony during which the state objected to the questions propounded her by the defense as they were considered im- proper by the prosecution There was a warm discussion indulged in b both counsels over these ob- jections Court adjourned until 1 oclock in order that counsel for defense may have an opportunity to interview one of their wit- nesses Special to The Herald...

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