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

u v i t > MmmQQ4 > Q4S > Q > t4 > + ti t4 < 4 < frt444Xt4Pt + 4 + M 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 Moors Et > Ballaw Arrival and Departure of Trains mOV NORTH No 31110 am No 11203 pm No 5 730 pm ron KORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No i 1010pm ARRIVE rnOM west No 6 730 am No i 10 pm DEPART FOR WEST No 1 1225 pm No E 830 pm rnou sooth No 2 210 pm No t 840 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm No 5 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES Will Bailey weiit north this morning Wm Caldwell the grocer is in Athens J E Holllngsworth of Grapoland is in the city Hon Waller S Baker of Waco is in the city today Evans McQill went to Athens last night as a witness Miss Lois Uroyles left at noon for Austin to enter school Mrs Henry Ash and daughters are visiting relatives in Houston Misses Mabel Evans and Miss Lillian Jackson are homo from St Lonls Branagan Brannan for Swifts pro mlum ham and breakfast bac...

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

V > f r TTS LS f J LU4 mtim MAi > J4 + i + i t f > e Very Latest Designs in Ladies Pocket Books and WristBags just re ceived by BRATTON DRUG CO NBNunnallyg Fine Candy ReoclTed by Express Every Week V < 0t1tfr1imr0ri1i rimriitWtr ttnMr + + jMMiaMMlMWWMMMM tmmm I o > i wii M > 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 y F STARR Pres r rxj T j M J T MALONEY Sec mi > mm fiw + Good Printing Telephone 444 i MM MM MIW IMIM M lMM THE BURTON CASE JURY REPORTGANNOT AGREE The Judge Instructs Them to Go Back and Reconsider the Case The Stafford Case Spoclal to tho Palostlno Horald Athens Texas Sept 30 The jury in the Burton case came in this afternoon the foreman stating to the judge that an agree- ment could not be reached Judge Word instructed them to retire and reconsider the case A mistrial is now p...

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

ft tt > 7 > i > Li t RUSSIANS SAY THEY KILL JAPS Due to the Russians Having Under rained the Ground ODORS ARE FEARFUL Japanese After They Had Succeeded Iu Capturing the Three Supple meatarjr Forts Unable to Remain In Them Chefoo Sept 30 Russians resldln here claim to have received Information that the Japanese losses in the last assault on Port Arthur which began Sept 9 were 000 A Chinaman who left the fortress on Sept 26 says that the Russian losses were between 500 and COO This Chinaman says the Japanese are unable to remain In the three supple mentary forts which they captured and that they abandoned them at 4 oclock on the afternoon of Sept 26 after enduring several days of tre mendous firing from the Inner forts He adds that the Russians attempted to bury the dead on both sides at night because the decomposing bodies seri- ously menace the health of the garri- son The Russians allege that It Is the deliberate policy of the Japanese to undermine the health of the Rus- s...

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

r E > ys 3 Guard health Every woman should sco that tho per- iodical function is kept in a healthy con- dition Thoway is to take an occasional doso of Wine of Cardui Ercry woman is subject to conditions which bring on female weakness Wine of Cardui gives women strength for all the duties of life It gives them strong nerves and freedom from pains Wine of Cardui not only cures but guards the health Tho organs quickly respond to the healing vegetable ingredients of which Wino of Cardui is composed A healthy woman docs well to take this medicine on approaching her periodical sickness Wino of Cardui cures tho worst cases of prolonged female troubles and has cured thousands of them quickly and completely in tho privacy of home CmcOBA Mies May 11902 Wino of Cardui and Thedfords BlackDraught it a sure cure for all femalo diseases I recommend your medicines to all my friends everywhere I go Five months ago I could not walk across the house without great pain but I am well again I have onl...

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

K i hi tf < 9 hfd THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR T ELEPHONE have a mileage of 45823 but if no more in proportion to population the number would be 4210 less BONDED COTTON WAREHOUSES Galveston is coining to the front again as being among the first cities establishing bonded ware- houses for the storing of cotton Parties who store cotton in the same can borrow money on the cotton receipt at the rate of 6 per cent or less If all the towns where much cotton is marketed should pursue this policy there would be no need of glutting the market as is now very often done tothejjtdctriment of the cotton raiser The warehouse plan if gener- ally adopted would do much un- doubtedly to cure the congestion to wliich the market is subjected in October and November of near- ly every year If the farmer who grows twelve bales could arrange to sell a bale every month duri...

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

N Has Assumed the Duties of Mlnv ter of the Interior St Petersburg Sept 30 Prince Pe SvlatopolkMlrsky has assumed ac ve direction of the ministry of the iterior Already It Is apparent there will be almost a clean sweep of the old A number of old lieutenants of the former minister re iffned Both chief of the gendarme fc i rie and secretary of state for Finland 1 which powerful offices the late Von Plehve accumulated will be divorced from the ministry of the Interior the j mew ministry having flrmly refused to have any connection with the police M Sttschlnsky who as under secreta- ry of state and director of the land de- partment acted In an advisory capacity i In dealing with the Zemstvos will It I Iff understood be appointed secretary EV of state for Finland He Is distinctly a man of moderad views General Rdsvesky It Is also believed will be chosen chief of the gendarmerie which has become an independent depart ment Jlidzvesky has just resigned the iv Important position of chief sec...

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

f l r i H ftf f BV I Fruit Jars > < FOB NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 S 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 Moore CE BdIIow Arrival and Departure of Trains rROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 6 730 pm ARRIVE reou WEST No e 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART ron WEST No 1 1225 pm No E 830 pm rnou bouto No 2 210 pm No i 810 pm FOR SOUTH No 11230 pm NoE 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES Prof J G H Back of Elkhart is here today W Y Ballew selling Oxodine wont north this morning L D Meredith came home this morning from Athens J W and Dr Fosque of Neches are here today on business BranaganBrannan for Swifts pre- mium ham and breakfast bacon Born on yesterday afternoon a girl baby to Mr and Mrs Sims Oolley Mrs Hogno living on John street who has been quite sick is able to be np again Miss Lillie Manley returned home today from an extended visit to Nashville Mrs BW Smith and daughter aro visiting relatives ti...

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

fi if te I 7 I VJ J 1 if 4 I 536c Very Latest Designs in Ladies Pocket Books and WristBags just re- ceived by BRATTON DRUG CO N B Nunmdlys Fine Candy Received by Express ETeryWeek t00m0i < toi mir < m0 mammtmmt0 i > 0 M m ANDERSON COUNTY Commercial and Industrial Assn Do you want to locate a Mercantile business Do you want to locate a Manufacturing busineas Do you waut a Farm Do you want a Home Itso write us and we will interest you A F STARR Pres > tL3j teij p j < Mm 0tt 4p Our Fall Wraps The problem can be easily solved as to what you shall buy By visiting our Suit and Wrap Departments 1 J T MALONEY Sed > IMWWIWMn WMW < MM4 For Good Printing Telephone 444 BURTON DECLARED NOT GUILTY OTHER GASES GO TO DALLAS From Fridays Extra Edition Athens 354 p m The jury is still out The oth- er cases have been transferred to the Dallas District Court 430 Jury returns verdict not guilty in Burton case THE STATUS OF THOSE CASES Stafford Will Be Transferred to Dallas Jail Burt...

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

V r I 11 F > V S T ipSPrTW MR GEORGE F HOAR DIES Distinguished Citizen Breathes His Last Early Friday LONG IN PUBLIC LIFE Served Four Terms In Loner House and Five Successive Times Was Elected a Member of the United States Senate Worceiter Mass Oct 1 George Frisble Hoar senior United States sen- ator from Massachusetts died at his home In this city at 135 oclock Friday morning The end followed a period of unconsciousness that had corftlnued since early Tuesday and came so sud- denly that only the attending physi cians were aware of the efcact moment of dissolution The attending physicians despaired of the senators life six weeks ago but such was the vitality exhibited by the distinguished patient that even they were surprised and the public was at times led to cherish a faith In an ulti mate recovery On Sunday last however all hope was abandoned after a last unsuccess- ful attempt to administer medicine and nourishment Brief intervals were fol- lowed by longer durations of uncon-...

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

t P E urnm rpjipj fc T ° < 5 jlS m M Wjstj f IS Jj WrVw = RUSSIAS RAY OF HOPE And now the time ie eagerly looked forward to in Russia when it can be announced that baby has a tooth Minneapolis Journal YOUNG WIFEHOOD1 Boston Mass 152 Shawmut Ave Oct 251902 After I had been married about four months 1 felt my health generally decline I seemed to lose the light step and dragged trearily along instead Myappetjto failed mo andl lost health and strength I was nervous and had shooting pains through my limbs and stomach while bear- ing down pains and constant headaches added to my misery The menstrual flow became more and more profuse and I was nnfit to attend to my daily duties My husband called and took medicine to in three different physicians I enough kill or cure a dozen women but it all had no effect on me whatever until I took Wine of Cardui In a few day31 felt a change for the better my gen- eral health improved and at the next time of my periods my flow was more natural andlwas ...

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

r k 1 If i > A iJ s5 S wm 12 new subscribers received on Sept 29 20 new subscribers received on Sept 30 i New subscribers for the Daily Herald for five days of present week 77 At the present rate of growth the 1500 mark will soon be reached The Herald visits more homes in Palestine than all other news- papers that circulate in Palestine combined home or foreign We can show you the names October 1st and still it is that good old summer time Houstons fall carnival will be gin Nov 21 when King Nottoc will have sway for a week Just why awhistlc that screams like a panther is put on a locomo- tive the Herald does not know but the writer does know that it is an instrument of tortuie to a person with a bad case of nerves and there are many such Take a whistle of that de- scription and an engineer who can find three crossings to where one really exists and a small bit of an otherwise peaceful night can be made hideous Most cities outlaw such noises and very properly too Tub Advocates lon...

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

r t STORIES OF HOAR the Massachusetts Senator lot Out With Harris AHD TILLMAHOOEEEOTED Takeoff on General Boiler Iloara Pet A er lon Iniiulrlm n to the Corporal FIta of Abientuilniled uuTae Youthful CuIIom and Al- lison An Incident in Senator Hoars public career which occurred some years be- fore the death of Senator Isham G Harris ot Tennessee Is thus described by a mam who spent much ot his time at Washington says the New Orleans TimesDemocrat The senator from the Bay State and the senator from Ttnnessee had been friends for twenty years and while belonging to different political parties and often clashing in the senate talk- ing against each other and voting against each other nothing had ever happened to disturb the intimacy of the relationship One day some question was up in ia enat which developed a great deal of partisan wrath and Senator Harris had been well to the front in the debate and had given way proba- bly too much to his Confederate sym- pathy and a certain smolderin...

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

4 s 1 lh + vSiititaL Fruit Jars rnoH NORTH No 3 fllO am No 11205 pm No 6 730 pm TOR 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 U R MOORE Ittcciiior to Moore XL Ballew Arrival and Departure of Trains ARRIVE THOU WEST No 0 730 am No i 10 pm DEPART ros WEST No I 225 pm NoE tsJOpm TROIC SOUTH No 2 210 pm 4 940 pm No rOR SOUTH No 11230 pm NoE 835pm PERSONAL NOTES A D Hodges is home from Athena Leon Klockman ol Bastrop is in the city A G Barton returned from Athens this morning MIsb Walters will be home from St Louis tonight Judge J J Word came home from Athensthis morning The Daily Visitor did not make its appearance yesterday Dr Q W Jameson went up to Jack- sonville this morning G Dilley and Mrs Dllley are home from a visit to Tyler Mrs Thos Hall and daughter will return from St Louis tonight Mrs Billman and daughter came home at noonfrom St Louis Attorneys Ned Morris and J F Weeks returne...

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

h7v > > < A j ii LnitST J T MALONEY Sec KMtj WHMMWaWIMWMMM fir Good Printing Telephone 444 3fib t Go to Tyler It ia really essential that Anderson county send a largo delegation to tbo truck growers mootinginTylerThurs day and Friday There are important matters to be arranged at this meet- ing and the question of organization location of headquarters and naming of officers will be settled Anderson county maat have a voice in theso things Biff Snakes George Router has got oni Snakes Two big rattlers They came from the Cayuga community and are harmless for they are stuffed Ono of thorn has 24 rattles and measures six and one half feet The other is just a littlo shorter And speaking of snakes it has been reported for sometimo past that a big rattler makes his homo un- der one of the city churches It is reported he has been seen numbers of times and is described as tho daddy of rattle snakes in these parts To Be Married The Herald has received the follow- ing card Mr and Mrs U ...

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

JK m U f4 i f i I r RAFAEL REYES IDEAS GIYEN Severely Arraigns Representatives oi His Republic MUCH MOKE GRANTED Admits That the United States Was Willing to Compensate Colom- bia More Liberally Than Was Requested New York Oct 3 Copies have been received here of the report to his gov- ernment of General Rafael Reyes now president of Colombia who was sent to this country on a special diplomatic mission In an attempt to modify the action of the American Government In regard to Colombian interests in Pan- ama The mission was without re- sult The report which Is of consid- erable length severely arraigns the shortsightedness of the Colombian representatives that led to tha mis- fortunes which befell Colombia after negotiations over the HayHerran treaty fell through In conclusion the report says We must admit that the United States government granted to us by- way of compensation in the HayHer ran treaty much more than we asked BArAEL REYES In the memorandum of our minister at Washington...

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

i ft H WHEN THE KIDNEYS STOP WORK The Point Where the Kidneys Ceaw ta Do Their Duty Properly is the Beginning of Brights Disease TWs Stage of the Disease Leaves the Victtei Only a Fighting Chance for Life When the liver becomes torpid it throws upon the kidneys cbrtra wort in keeping the body free from impurities This extra work they will perform for a time without serious disturbance for they are tough organs but at last the strain becomes too heavy they are weakened and disordered and unless the liver is promptly stimulated they break down and the more serious trouble begins When this stage is reached the valuable liver regulating and kidney strengthening properties of Prickly Ash Bitters are badly needed It is safe to say that no one would ever die of Brights Disease if he would apply this remedy at this critical time Unfortunately however the kidneys do not at first manifest any decided symptoms The victim is conscious that something is wrong but fails to apply a remedy for It s...

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

lit S J i I f I r HI MP 1st V kA THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas PoaLofllce as SocondOIass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted w M and h v HAMILTON JB = T ELEPHONE out the ment Phone 282 least sign of discourage Our country readers appreciat- ed our efforts to give them the la- test news b getting out an extra on Friday and mailing it free to every one of them Anderson county has lands to sell and there are people who want these lands Then the thing next in order isfor our commer- cial or immigration association to get hold of these lauds and bo handle them that they will be bought Some of the Texas papers have already thrown up their hands in despair and declare that Texas is already in the hands of the trusts j otif Texas democrats arc still as good and strong as they have al- ways been Get them waked up to the actual conditions and they will throw that whole machine gang sky nigh and land them out of Texas Made Talks General Passenger A...

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

sir V m i s r is ffflpJOgJ JigV DIES SUDDENLY Sir William Vernon Hareourl Pastes Quickly Away London Oct 3 Sir William Ver Stton Harcourt the noted Liberal died suddenly Saturday mornlnc at his home in Nuncham Park Oxfordshire AUhough Sir William had been in poor health some days death came quite unexpectedly Ills son Lewis Vernon Harcourt was In London and was only informed during Friday night that his father had been seized with sud- den Illnes and left for Nunchan Park early Saturday morning The son Is a member of parliament for the Rossendale district of Lanca- shire When Sir William went to bed Friday night he seened fairly well though he had been suffering from a slight chill Saturday morning whan he was called for breakfast he replied cheerily In a short time Later a servant entered the room and found Sir William lying dead on the bed His wife is a daughter of the late John Lo throg Motley the historian and former American minister to Great Britain Deceased became the Liberal...

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

+ + + 4 FROM WORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm NoC 730 pm FOR NORTH No 6 615 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm FOR WEST No 1 1223 pm NoC 830pm rOR SOUTH No 1 1230 pm NoS 823 pm Millinery Opening WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY MRS HANNAH ASH PERSONAL NOTES M F Day went north this morning J O Morris of Sherman in the city Isaac Griffith of Maypearl is in the city Frank Markle went ont on the road yesterday Ira Shotwell pf Oakwoods was here yesterday B O Browning went up to Fort Worth today Ernest Smith of the Houston Chronicle is in the city Mrs Wilbnr Richardson loft yester- day for a visit to Tyler Attorney W O Buford of Hender sonIs in the city today Rev Gus Garrison and Mrs Garrison went up to Tyler today Mrs Healy left today for St Louis to visit a sister living there W D Eddy and family of Crockett are registered at the Faulkner Robt Mayes and T W Driver are in the city today from Oakwoods J H McDanlel and J D Patterson of Tyler were in the city yesterday i 3 Fruit Jars We have a large stock of Maso...

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

v ts Lrf r if m < a < rv i Ai WM < erzW 4VV Royal I National Bank = = = = = = = = = = OF PALESTINE CAPITAL Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors 810000000 810000000 S20000000 N K Koyall President J W Wright VicePrcs Tucker Koyall Cashier Hasipson Gary VicePres C W Hanks AsstCash The large Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position audits established roputaion for Conservative Banking are among the substantial advantages offerod to present and pros- pective patrons Just Received 3fc I have iust received a large shipment of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS in all patterns and sizes from 50c to 150 We will be pleased to show you through JfDo not forget thebargains in Mens Suits and pants W M LACY Our Fall Wraps The problem can be easily solved as to what you shall buy by visiting our Suit and Wrap Departments jVif w wjy ysyt mm SERIOUS WRECK ON COTTON BELT yjjimvimmqmmqmmmmmmmm PALESTINE DAILY HERALD VOL III NO 77 PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 4 1904 bution of equip...

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