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

B W fr sikM CHARLES KELLY HAS OWNED UP Former Speaker of St Louis House of Delegates MAKES A CONFESSION Speaks of Doodle Division and Says Hardijr a Dili Was Passed by the llody That Was Not Paid For St Louis Oct 4 In a written con- fession Monday Charles F Kellr speaker of the house of delegates dur- ing the period in his life of the boodle combine relates the history of that combine He also declared that a quite a prominent politician promised himself and others that th next circuit attorney would be all right and promised If they would re- main firm he would secure for them continuances until the new circuit at- torney took office or pardons after- ward He declared party said the new circuit attorney would be his man Kelly declares he refused this offer That he makes this confession to sat- isfy the pangs of his accusing con- science to obey the request of his wife and do what he can to make atonement to the public and prevent other youmr men from following the path which he decl...

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

e = t5he Desertion of Daifodil Maid By RUTH SANTELLE Copyright IDOL by T O JlcClcre = D Ou the subject of how he had been Inveigled into his present position Harrington was more inclined to beg enlightenment than to furnish it Had It not been for the aggressive solem- nity of the vestry walls and the en- grossing task of getting successfully Into his white gloves an undertaking which habit had taught him was not to bo regarded with levity or indiffer- ence he might have fancied it all a hideous dream Bui here were Bob at his elbow looking as self conscious as only bride- groom can and the rector in cere- monial vestments fluttering his service book leaves Itealcst of the real Confound it all After thirty years of sanity how had he been drawn Into this worst of transgressions But when a fellow Is the best friend you have In the world and Is so beastly happy and so dead In earnest over the thing and comes at you with that tears In his eyes voice in short when hes Robert Montgomery Bia...

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

m ff w 5 im THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas PostolHce as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V GL J fli fr i Aj toJ HAMILTON JR TELEPHONE 444 = The Hamilton Boys Yon Know Take you hoed or this As sure as you llvethe producers are the feeders and cloth- iers of the world Though tracing a lineage back to the Hamiltons of hold Hcng land we have no great love for HPv the rEnglish as we have known them bigoted proud arrogant when in the land of free America Our Americanism born and bred into us these generations past makes us essentially American from the hairs of our head to the soles of our feet but an English exchange brings us this bit of in- formation from the Hannltons across the sea The handsome Hamiltons have a kind of trust in the peer- age business in Great Britain They hold English Scotch and Irish peerages including two duke- doms three baronies and a vis county Six Hamiltons arc down in the list of expectant h...

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

k SEEING THE FAIR IN DETAIL itiaurl Shinst Brilliantly In the Corn Display Unola Sams Outdoor Map Made of Cereals and Other Living Plants The School Gardens and Demonstrations tFor Teachers Les- sons In the Cultivation of Hemp ideas About Grass That Are Worth Harvesting Robbers Loot From Pennsylvania Birds Nests Skins From Alas ka That Would Startle a Pocketbook Missouri Wild Animals SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE BY MARK BENNITT One must keep notlcln all the time at the worlds fair or he will miss many a good thing that he would have wished to see But the brain becomes dull with iauch seclug aud often the eyes refuse to look Whats a that asked a lank farmer looking at a huge wall decora- tion In the great pagoda of corn erect- ed ly Missouri W thats a hawg been afeedln em for thirty years an dont know a hawg replied his wife banterlngly It was a cornhawg If not a corn fed hog in all the colors of corn from white to black Wherever Missouri shines she shine brilliantly She sets the pace for ...

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

W > i E r k A i x Fruit Jars 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 rROM NORTH No S 1110 am No 11206 pm NoS 780 pm Saccmor to Moore < Q > Bollcw Arrlnl ind Departure of Trains ARRIVE ntou wist No 8 730 am No 1 10 pm DEPART ros WIST No 11225 pm No 6 830 pm noil SOUTH No 2 20 pm No 4 940 pm TOR B0UTB No 11230 pm No 5 835 pm Millinery Opening WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY MRS HANNAH ASH MMMM PERSONAL NOTES D O Malloy went north this morn- ing W G Thompson of Tenoha is in the cityOhas Ohas W Danly of Oalvert Is in the city Clarence Davis was in Houston yes- terday Mrs Edgar Melton is home from a visit to Troupe W H Nanre left for Henderson to- day on a short business trip Mrs M B Wood has returned from a visit to her son near Busk Miss Belle Sweany ia home from a summer vacation spent in the north Harry Kitcher went up to Jackson- ville today to prepare a body for burial Leroy Tr...

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

r A 4 T VOL III NO 78 I ais afoL THE Royal 1 National Bank = = = = OF PALESTINE = QAPITAL Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors 810000000 810000000 20000000 N E Boyall President J W Wright VicePrcs Tucker Koyall Cashier Hampson Gary VicePrcs C W Hanks Asst Cash The large Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position audits established reputation for Conservative Banklnc are among the subscantial advantages offered to present and pros- pective patrons just Received 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 JggrDo not forget thebargains in Mens Suits and pants W M LACY NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY Our Fall Wraps The problem can be easily solved as to what you shall buy by visiting our Suit and Wrap Departments SHERIFF WATTS MAKES REPLY He Replies to Those Who Are Criticising His Oflicial Acts Palestine Texas Oct 21904 Henry Watts Esq Sheriff Anderson County Palestine Texas Dear...

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

Itr r J1 X I < V I < V C4N KILL JAPS WITH EYES SHUT Nearly Four Thousand Japanese Are Wiped Out ONLY TWELVE ALIVE Russians Made Sorties at Port Ar tour Against Positions Held by Kanagana Regiment and Slaughter Awful London Oct C The Dally Tele rraphs Nasaskl correspondent tele- graphs under date of Sept 30 saylne terrible artillery conflicts are adding to the horrors of the situation at Port Arthur On Sept 2223 the Russians made sorties against positions held by the Kanagawa regiment and desperate fighting ensued The Japanese force was practically annihilated only one noncommissioned officer and eleven men remaining alive out of the 4000 who were in the engagement The Japanese tunnel at Port Arthur was completed on Sept 24 and was im- mediately used The result is un known NO FURTHER NEWS Interest Is Great In Developments at Mukden St Petersburg Oct 6 The war commission adjourned without Issuing further news from the front An As- sociated Press dispatch from Mukden filed there ...

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

1 V I i r Jt = 1 WK wtt s V wvr vr 4 wy g a aa M ami A F STARR Pres Want Advertisements WANTED A young lady wishes a position 9 stenographer or book- keeper Address care Herald otUco Fob Sale Cheap Fourscholarships in Griffiths Commercial College of Austin one of the best of its kind Buy these and save 10 tuition Ap- ply to Mrs T T Gammage Palestine WANTED To rent a small farm with comfortable Improvements with- in 3 miles of Palestine for cash Ad- dress with full description and terms A 0 Sabin Glenwood Iowa State when possession can be given Llllye colfee two packages for a quarter A spoon in every package FURNISHED ROOMFront room and upstairs for rent 200 Crawford street v Ct FOK RENT Ono 4room house 421 North Sycamore street Apply 107 Louisiana street Gl WANTED To know the address of John K Dunlop Something of im portance Worked for I G N R It i Co a few months ago 5 John T Manion i Indianola MIbs Wanted Local agents In this city t and In every community with a popu lation of fr...

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

f It w THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Poetofflce as SocondOlass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR TPI FPHOMF 444 = The Hamilton Boys You Know 1 FEARFUL RECORD OF RAILROAD DISASTERS The present year has proved a record breaker in railroad acci- dents In the twelve months ending October 1 the number of people killed in train accidents in the United States were 1 22 and those seriously injured 52G0 The number of wrecks in that period was more than 600 counting only those in which life or a consid- erable amount of property was destroyed and the total property loss ran into the millions The figures have been compiled from the record kept by the Railroad Gazette The figures include only persons killed or injured in actual accidents not the enormously large number who are killed or injured each year going on and off trains or working about them under normal conditions The last quarter of 1903 was the most prolific of d...

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

m < Ik ft SEEING THE FAIR IN DETAIL I An Ancient Egyptian at Dinner A Lady at Hep Toilet Beer by a Te- dious Process The Mystic Eyes of Egypt Have a Bright Look Even After Fortyfive Centuries Bronze Mirrors and Alabaster Vases An Old Boat That Possibly Was Buried With a Sea Captain The Game of Disks Which the Indians Played Shell Hoe Gardening How the Indian Mounds Were Built Secret of Making Bone Fishhooks ISPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE BT MARK BENNITT Persons haying an insatiable carios ity to pry into the family affairs of an- cient Egyptians may do so without embarrassment in the Egyptian section of anthropology Here Is a rich Egyp- tian at dinner Everything is life slc except the dinner The sceneillus trated is in fly time While the mas- ter alts at a table a dancing girl enter- tains him A shaven slave brines the dinner things while another defends his master against the winged foe of the season All the furniture is copied exactly from originals of the period about 2000 B C withou...

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

W i f Fruit Jars < No 8 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm No 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 D > Ballew Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM KORTB No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 5 730 pm ARRIVE rnox west No 8 730 am t 10 pm DEPART roR WEST No 1 1225 pm NoC 830 pm TROH SOUTH No 2 2 < 0 pm No 4 940 pm FOR SOUTH No 1 1230 pm No 5 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES W B Shnell of Tyler is in the city S W Strange of Tyler is iu the city Capt Roes Fowler went north this morning Ed Frazier of Tyler was in the city this morning H E Graves of Corsicana was in the city this morning Hon S A McMeans went up to Jacksonville today Rqv and Mrs Gus Garrison return- ed from Tyler at noon Lloyd Bailey left for St Louis this afternoon to visit the fair Attorney W B Teagardett came in from the north at noon today New brick work will soon be done on the Chambers mineral well J F Nash and H R Dietz went np to Tyler today...

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

J c f r I f OL III NO 79 J mU U Lr 1 sz t 510000000 SIOOOOOOO 520000000 N K Boyall President J W Wright VicePrcs Tucker Koyall Cashier HampsonGary VicePres C W Hankb AsstCash The large Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position audits established reputation for Oonsorvatlvo Banking are among the substantial advantages offered to present and pros- pective patrons Just Received 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 EFDo not forget thebargains in Mens Suits and pants ite W M LACY NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY gg ia s PALESTINE TEXAS THURSDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER G 1904 STATE TRUCKERS ARE IN SESSION Mayor Bonner Will Deliver Ad- dress of Welcome Hon Guinn of Rusk Will Respond Tyler Texas October 6 Trains last night and today have brought many delegates to the Stato Truck Growers association which convenes at the opera house in this city tomor- row afternoon at 130 oclock By tomorrow e...

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

I S PRAISE FOR GEN STOSSEL Fierce Defense of Himself a d Men Highly Spoken Of PLAN OF CAMPAIGN Some Critics or the Opinion That Port Arthur Gar Isons Success- ful Itesisfince May Result In Ojama Changing1 St Petersburg Oct C Military crit- ics at St PetersDurs share In the gen- eral uncertainty as to how to size u the situation at the front If Field Mar- sha Oyama makes his anticipated ad- vance They seem to agree that a strong screening movement is In pro cress Immediately east of Llao Tans that probably a felit will be made from the west that the tactics of ths Japanese at Llao Yang will be repeat- ed and that General Kuroki will try a wide nankin movement from tht east Some critics point out that con- ditions at Port Arthur may force a change in Oyamas plan of campaign The continued failure of attacks on the fortress and the enormous losses sus- tained by the besiegers they think may compel Oyama to dispatch lomi veteran troops from the Manchurian army to General Nodzus reserve m...

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

fe 4 FEATURES OF MUKDEN It Is trie Most Sacred City In the Chinese Empire STREETS PULL OF HNE OAEVMGB Capital of Manchuria Japana Objec- tive Point la Surrounded > r a Great WnU With Pictnreaqae HtKh Tow era at the ElKht Gatea and Angles Burial Site at Mantchoa Emperors Mukden the Japanese objective is the most Important of all the noted cities In Manchuria snys the New York Times It Is the capital and the wealth- iest city of this great territory The veneration of the Chinese for Mukden can perhaps hardly be realized by occidental peoples The feeling of the English for Westminster abbey of the Italians for Rome may serve t give an Idea of it But In the far east the veneration for the past as express- ed in the worship of ancestors is actu ally an Important part of religious be lief and for this reason Mukden Is the most sacred city In the whole great Chinese empire Mukden Is the ancient capital of the present dynasty of China It was there that in the year 1C23 Nurhachu the fa- m...

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

r p Vk 1 THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD But It Sobers Them W M AND H V HAMILTON JR TFIEPHONE BADGER FIGHT An attempt was made to pull off a badger fight at a livery stable yesterday after- noon but the trick failed to work An Indiana gentleman here as- a guest of the Commercial and Immigration club was the intend- ed victim The Hkhald cannot give its ap- proval to such sport especially wbjen a guest of the city is to be made the victim Most men are hurt and insulted when they arc made the victim of a coarse joke and to say the least of it it docs not tend to impress the stranger favorably with a town or its peo- ple Some decent courtesy would be far more preferable and the IIkkald hopes badger fighting in Palestine will be forever cut out Sheriff Watts letter pub- lished in the Heicald is red hot Htuff and likely the doughty sheriffs critics will now bo good There will be n big democratic rally at Dallus on October 12th The most distinguished speakers of the state will attend and ad- dr...

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

ft B f 1 r = TWO QUEENS By KEITH GORDON Copyright 190L bv Keith Gordon It was apparent that their visit to the art museum had nothing to do with art It was equally plain that their feeling for each other could not be de- scribed as platonlc Bcttlna to be ure affected unconsciousness as she auntered through the lofty rooms where the marble figures flashed cold- ly Into view exciting one to a new lov f mere flesh and blood but all the time she knew that to the man at her side she was queen of the world also It was evident enough from the look of discontent on the mans face that her loyal subject was not altogether happy Tour place Is right hero on a pedes- tal along with the other statues was what he was saying to her The trou- ble with you Is Betty that you wont listen to your heart I might as well plead with this marble figure The queen with well feigned reluc- tance brought her glance back from the headless Victor that seemed forever on tba point of flight to the youth at her side ...

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

H h 1 1V rr fi fPwyfyP Fruit Jars M 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 Saccnior to Moore XL Ballaw Arrival and Departure of Trains FROU HORTB No 31110 am No 11205 pm NoS 730 pm ARRIVE FROU WEST No 8 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART roR WEST No 1 1225 pm NoS 830pm TROU SOUTH No 8 240 pm No 4 940 pm TOR SOUTH No 1 1230 pm NoE 835 pm PERSONAL NOT ES C Roe Hall went north this morning R D Lord went up to Tyler today Cbas Ratterree was In Jacksonville this morning City Secretary O A Sternewent up to Tyler today J D DuPuy of San Antonio was in the city yesterday Capt Rees Fowler came in from the south this afternoon Mrs T M Haynes and little daugh- ter went to Tyler today An awning is being placed over the front of the new Elks building Miss Christine Horn of Elkhart ar- rived in the city this afternoon Col E O Griffin of San Antonio is in the city today looking natural as life Guy Grigs...

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

3K 3V I v I v PALESTINE DAILY HERALD VOL III NO 80 Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors 10000000 SIOOOOOOO 520000000 N E Royam President J W Wright VioePres Tucker Royail Cashier Hampson Gary VicePres C W Hanks Asst Ciish The large Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position and its established reputaJon for Conservative Banking are amqng the substantial advantages offered to present and pros- pective patrons Just Received I have just received a large shipment of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS in all patterns v and sizes from 50c to 150 We will be pleased to show you through E TDo not forget thebargains in Mens Suits and pants W M LACY NEW goods arriving every day Our Fall Wraps The problem can be easily solved as to what you shall buy by visiting our Suit and Wrap Departments PALESTINE TEXAS FRIDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 7 1904 Invocation was offered by Dr Mc Lean followed by tho addresses of welcome by Mayor Bonner on behalf of tho citizens of Tyler Hon T N Jones on behalf of the Comm...

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

3a V RECEPTION TO JUDGE PARKER Numbers Attended Function of the Manhattan Club CALLERS NUMEROUS For Three Hoars a Constant Stream of Persons Passed Through the Building and Shook Hands With Nominee New York Oct 7 The first public teceptlon to Alton B Parker since his nomination for the presidency was tendered him Wednesday by the Man- hattan club The club house was tax- ed to Its utmost capacity to accommo- date the Invited guests Judge Par- ker entered the club soon before 8 oclock accompanied by WHllIam F Sheehsn Judge Parker and Judge Herrlck Democratic nominee for governor of New York stood side by side on a slightly elevated platform at the east end of the long dining room flanked by th reception committee consisting of Judge Charles H Traux president of the club exSecretary of the treas- ury John G Carlisle exPostmaster General Charles W Dayton and Perry Belmont It was impossible for the Democratic candidate for vice presi- dent to bel present but he sent a letter of regret In...

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

v < f F I I < Want Advertisements SEEING THE FAIR IN DETAIL WANTED A young lady wishes a position as stenographer or book- keeper Address care Herald office Lost On grounds of Central School a locket with monogram M B 0 on back in large letters with beading around edge Suitable reward if re- turned to Herald office Fob Sale Cheap Fourscholarsbips in Griffiths Commercial College of Austin one of the boBt of its kind Buy these and save 10 tuition Ap- ply to Mrs T T Gammage Palestine WANTED To rent a small farm with comfortable improvements with- in 3 miles of Palestine for cash Ad- dress with full description and terms A O Sabin Glenwood Iowa State when possession can be given FURNISHED ROOM Front room snd upstairs for rent 206 Crawford street Gt FOR RENT One 4rooni house 421 North Sycamore street Apply 107 Louisiana street Gt WANTED To know the address of John R Dunlop Something of im- portance Worked for I G N R R Co a few months ago John T Manion Indianola Miss Wanted Local a...

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