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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 7 October 1904

8 Take you heed of this As sure as you 11 vothe producers aro the feeders and cloth iers of the world OPTIMISTIC According to the Bryan Morn ing Eagle Brjan is all right This is what the Eagle has to ay Bryan has a good business league Bryan has a good street sprink ling system Bryan is getting lots of cotton and has a good trade A good many things arc all right in Bryan now Do you ever count the blessings Bryan has a magnificent annual district fair two weeks off from now will be in full blast Brazos county has a stroug spirit of diversification and a delegation of Brazos county truck ers have gone to Tyler to learn how Bryan has a good prosperous people surrounding her in every direction and money is more plentiful than it has been before in jears Bryan has strong schools that are growing stronger and one of them at least adds to its equip ment every year yet puts up the s r a sign each opening time What is Palestine going to do about that K of P widows and orphans home It is time...

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. — 7 October 1904

i r NOTED SUIT On of the Finest Sugar Plantations on Earth Involved San Antonio Oct 7 The case of Mrs H M Klnr apalnst Ed Cunning ham has been taken up for trial in J the Fortyfifth district court The litigation Involves 131000 acres of land In Fort Bend county compris ing the finest sugar plantation in the world The suit I brought on a debt of 56000 secured by a bond on the Cun ningham plantation to the total amount of 500000 The examination of Ed C Lasater the receiver consumed the entire afternoon and the case will probably bt extended Into next week Pecos River High Becos Tex Oct 7 The Pecos rlwr Is higher here than for years Much damage has been done In the valley Many farms are under water and Ir rigation plants have suffered much by the flood People were forced to leav their farms for safety Shot In the Face San Antonio Oct 7 While two young railroad men were examining a fortyfourcailber revolver one of them Will Murphy was severely In jured by the accidental discharge of the...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 7 October 1904

fc i i t > X Fruit Jar FOB NORTB No 8 815 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 Succmor to Moore CH Bnllow Arrltal and Departure of Trains FROM NORTB No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 6 7S0pm ARRIVE moii WEST NoC 7S0 m No 4 10 pm 1 DEPART ros WEST No 11225 pm No 5 830 pm rnoii south No 2 240 pm No 4 940 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm No 5 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES R R Olarldge Is in Tyler N D Cobb or Franklin isin town today J F Gilbreath of Oorslcana is In the city Judge J J Word is homo from Athens Louis Nance came in from the north at noon Hon S A McMeans was in Tyler yesterday y Conductor Evans and family left for Galveston this afternoon General Baggage Agent W J Tay lor came home this morning from Austin TheUnlted Christian Workers will meet Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock at the Baptist church Hyman Harrison M Maymon and Julius Goldberg came in from tho north on the 1110 train Mrs McReynolds of ...

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. — 8 October 1904

f If T aw T r PALESTINE DAILY HERALD VOL III NO 81 Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors fJEkOii i3b Li i ij ati 310000000 810000000 520000000 N K Koyall President 1 W Wright VicePres Tucker Royall Cashier Hampson Gary VicePres C W Hanks Asst Cash The large Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position and its established reputation for Conservative 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 2STDo not forget thebargains in Mens Suits and pants W M LACY NEW GOODS ARRIVIfG EVERY DAY il > 1 PALESTINE TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 8 1904 SECOND DAY OF TRUCKERS Filling Up rafcrfUne is filling up again One drayman reports that ho hauled house hold goods from tho depot for five different families this week L RECITAL Given by Hiss Hargaret Virginia Jones Reader and Impersonator...

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. — 8 October 1904

I iV V vj > 1 THE JUNKS LOST THEIR CHANCE Port Arthur Squadron Had Oppor tunity to Escape DID NOT MAKE TRIAL Heavy Storms Preralled on Tuesday Sight and the Blockading Fleet Doubtless Had to Seek a Harbor of Safety St Petersburg Oct 8 While the admiralty says It has no knowledge of the departure of the Port Arthur squadron It Is Inferrable from the way in which the report that such an event had occurred had been received that definite confirmation would not create surprise The Associated Press Is Informed that no direct orders had been sent to Admiral Wlren to break through the blockading fleet but it Is tacitly ad mitted that the admiral has discre tionary powers to leave Port Arthur OSaHRAIi SUBOKI SSJOTISa BIB CIOAB should the situation demand or condi tions be propitious In naval circles It Is pointed out that Wednesday morning the conditions might have been favorable for a sortie Heavy storms raged Tuesday and doubtless compelled the blockading vessels and particularly the t...

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. — 8 October 1904

l > f YouMayBeCured 544 Garfield Arcane Chicago Iix October 91902 After doctoring for eleTen months and taking fortythree bottles of medicine and finding no relief for leucorrbbcsa resulting from irritation of a fallen womb I took Wine of Cardui and fourteen bottles cured me This seems strange but it is tho simpla truth Wine of Cardui helped me from the time I began takingitanahavinghcarditpraised sonighly by friends who nad tried > t I felt satisfied that it would help me and it did It cured me Took every bit of ache pain and headache cramps and dragging down sensations away till I felt young strong and happy once more Itisawonderfulmedicineahaa truefnend to women When I look back on the months of torture I had it seems like a hideous nightmare Wine of Cardui will cure any woman I believe I have more faith in it than all other medicines combined C < esPres Chicago Hiitorioal Club How can you refuse relief when you know you are growing worse day af ter day Shooting pains ir...

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. — 8 October 1904

ys re MCj ml THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Texas Poetofflce as SecondGlass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted w M AND H V HAMILTON JR TPV PPM PIMP Editors and Prophietors 444 Tho Hamilton Boys You Know 1 SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 500 Tako you heed of thfe As sure as you llvothe producers are the feeders and cloth iers of the world Among froomon there should be no masters but Justice and duty and love cf right and fellowman PALESTINE TEXAS OCTOBER 8 1904 THE 1 EDITORS SIDE Every day for the past month numbers of people have busied themselves directing the Hkkald men as to what they should print mid what they should not print and many of these suggestions have been made in a very manda tory way The Hekald is always glad to receive suggestions from its readers but the editors will be pardoned for using their own judgment in accepting and acting upon suggestions gratuitously of fered This disposition to quar rel with the editors ...

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. — 8 October 1904

I m > f K ir FATE OF FAMILY Mother and Three Children Drowned In the Flood Las Vegas N M Oct 8 Word has reached here from Chaperlto of the drowning In the recent flood of the wife and three children of Francisco Lucero formerly a member of the leg islature from this county The woman and children were at home alone the night of the storm and the vatn tose 10 rapidly that they were unable to get out of the house The body of Mrs Thomas Acosta one of the victims of the flood has been found near the town of Mora Reports of nine deaths come from the Red river country Seven are reported drowned In the Rayado and there are Indefinite re ports from the Cimarron TERRIBLE MURDER Daly Shot Three Times and Then Hit In the Head Boise City Ida Oct 8 Charles A Daly a solicitor for a gas company was slain Thursday night while In bed by being shot three times and struck on the head with a hatchet Some hours later Fred Bond a roomer In the Daly house Informed an officer that Mrs Daly had shot her h...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 8 October 1904

r if > 5i 1 IV Ik I < I Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No E 730 pm rOB NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE IttOM WEST No8 730 am No t 10 pm DEPART roR WEST No 11225 pm No 5 830 pm reou SOUTH No 2 210 pm No I 910 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm NoG 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES F Reagan of Bask is In the city Hon J J Blount is in the city today Daniel Parker of Calvert is in the cityMrs Mrs Doming went to St Louis this afternoon The Heralds subscription lists are still growing M A Davey returned to the city this afternoon Attorney J P Weeks went up to Jacksonville today Dr and Mrs Bratton left for St Louis this afternoon This has been one of the busiest days of the year so far H M Jack and Mrs Jack left today for a visit to St Louis A M Pyron advertising the San Antonio fair is in the city Sheriff Henry Watts and wife wont to St Louis this afternoon Flotos circus Beautiful is coming to Palestine early next month Dilley Broyles and Olint Bowdon le...

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. — 10 October 1904

I y V fr pg t r VOL III NO 82 Just Received gftfita r I have just received a larjje shipment of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS in all patterns and sizes from 50c to 150 We will be pleased to show you through CsPDo not forget thebargains in Men s Suits and pants MUM LACX NEW ROODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY iriflmLiiar BIRTHDAY OF JUDGE REAGAN The Event Was Appropriately Celebrated in Fort Worth Saturday The natal day of tho Hon John II Reagan was fittingly celebrated by the members of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and tho Sons of Vet erans in the chapter room at tho court house last night A largo audience was present and many well deserved trib utes were paid to tho grand old man of Texas Tho exorcises were opened by tho entire assemblage standing and re peating the Lords prayer after which little Joe Davis sang tho Bonnio Blue Flag Judge C O Curamings who presid ed then introduced Judge Booth as the speaker of tho evening and the latter delivered a glowing address eulogistic of Mr Reagan and hi...

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. — 10 October 1904

t r FAREWELL TO MORE TROOPS Touching Scene That Happened In a Jiussian City BIDS THFM GOODBYE General Drngomtroll Has the Famous Fourteenth Division Iorm About IIIm and Tells Them to Do ns Their Fathers Did Kharlcoff Oct 10 A touching scene was witnessed here when General Dragomlroff former severnor general of Kleft bid farewellSaturday to the famous Fourteenth division which tie led across the Danube at the time of the ItussoTurklsh wrr The old vet eran was so moved he could hardly speak Finally he gave an order for the dlvisfon to form atound hm In e hollow square and addressed the troops wishing them success and ex pressing the hope that they would do their duty as well In the far east as their fathers did on the Danube He EOUCAK COOIT CATtnTINO JAFAXESC BAG UAOC also advised th < soldlrs to stand by Mfh other and sacrifice their lives for tholr comrades The troops and the ast crowd of people present were greatly affectud by tho generals word s Dragomlroff then kissed the colo...

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. — 10 October 1904

rr il k F PSf J Tako you heed of this As sure as you llvethe producers are the feeders and cloth iers of the world I believe that Insanity today begins in tho schoolroom Chil Aran nrr oliml firn htiieir studies joo fast givoj studicsThat tJ fctoAtetef cJtpthe colleges and Tnany ofthem graduated from the high schools at the age of only sixteen In many cases this wrecks the nerves of children and many of them carry the ner vousness with tlicm through life But the result is a nervous fidgety army of girls and boys many of them unfit for business life before they begin There has been a big increase in insanity for ten years Much in sanity is caused by stimulants used by man to push him on against the warnings of nature If the overworked man would not kecj up on drugs nature would give him the needed rest in the form f an illness but under the whiplash of stimulants when he does collapse having no nerve re sistance he often becomes de ranged Judge Orriu Carter of Chicago THE PRETTIEST WO...

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. — 10 October 1904

Jt xmtifa S WBpptiw ftiiiuiiHw iii ni nijw iiin i lw i WT yT SPARKS An absentminded market man up on 69th street was asked to weigh a newly asrivcd baby which the fond mother had brought He deftly tuck ed the little mite on the scales and glancing at the dial remarked Just nine pounds bones and all Shall I re move the bones An Arkansas editor who has been married two weeks gives vent to his experience on the matrimonial sea in the following poetic language Wed rather live on Cat Island with a parrot for a mate and have a sandblister on each our toes than to dwell in par adise and wear silk slippers with a woman who pouts A young man who made arrange ments to take his girl out riding the other evening doesnt stand well with her now The girl has auburn hair When he drove up to her home for her she stood in the door waiting Seeing her the young man called out Hoi lol Ready The door slammed aud Jie hasnt seen her since A Well For Palestine Not an oil well but a health well the analysis ...

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. — 10 October 1904

TWO MORE ERRORS Couple of presidential Electors Names Given Wrong Austin Oct 10 llliton Park tli Populist leader of Dallas was > here Investigates the error In t names of Populist candidates on the offlclal certificate issued to county clerks by thj secretary of state In addition to having the Populist candidate for gov ernor wrong giving the name of PU B Morgan when it should have been Pat B Clark the ticket coUiins two other errors both in the 1st of presi dential electors In the Tenth district John M Horner Is wrong Joe M Horner being the correct name while in the Fifteenth district J D Dennrm should nsal M 3 Denman After reading the list of canJIUtes certified by J J Eager chairman of the Populist convention ami Jesse M Andrews secretary Mi Park and M C Granburry a prominent Popull t of this city stated emphatically that they were satisfied if tampering had been done it was not in the secretary of states office They said the signa tures to the certificates were genuine the pa...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 10 October 1904

S H jirr FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205pm No 6 730 pm FOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE rnou west No 6 730 am No t 10 pm DEPART roR WEST No 11225 pm No E 830 pm W FROM SOUTH No 2 210 pm No 4 910 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm No 5 833 pm PERSONAL NOT ES M L Smith of Rockdalo ia in the cityMaj Maj M Hinzie went up to Tyler to day LaRue Nelson returned this morning from Austin Oapt S O Vandevender is up after a severe illness Thad Stenchcomb of Longview is here on business Judge Ned Morris returned from the south this afternoon G P Dodgen and W R Winn were in Oakwoods yesterday Robt Mayes and Will Alderman are doing business in town today Ideal weather yesterday and the churches were well attended O O Funderburk is reported se riously sick and has typhoid fever Mrs J F Watts and daughter Mrs Jackson went to Dallas this morning O D Kelly and wife of Fitzgerald are guests at the home of Mr Ed Hud son sonMiss Miss Hanna Lewenthal loft for St Louis today to visit friends and s...

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. — 11 October 1904

r XV yio y y wsB g VOL III NO 83 CAPITAL = THE Royall National Bank OF PALESTINE Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors 310000000 810000000 S20000000 N K Royall President J W Wright VicePres Tucker Royall Cashier HampsonGary VicePres C W Hanks AsstCash The largo Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position and its established reputation for Conservative Banking aro 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 2fDo not forget thebargains in Mens Suits and pants NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 11 1904 BABY FALLS FROM TRAIN And Escapes With a Broken Col lar Bone Accident Occurred Between Dodge and Trinity Last evening as train Xo 4 due in this city at 940 p m was speeding along at about twenty five miles an hour between the stations of Dodge and Trinit a...

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. — 11 October 1904

TRAINS COLLIDED ON A CURYE Missouri Pacific Freight and Passen ger Trains Clash TWFNTYSEVEN DEAD Second Section or Worlds Fair Spe clal Terribly Damaged and Oc cupants of Coaches Itadlj Shaken Up Kansas City Oct 11 A special to the Star from Warrensburg Mo says that as the result of a headon collis ion near that place Monday morning between an eastbound Missouri Pacific passenger train and a westbound freight twentyseven dead were taken from the wreck and about thirty In jured Seventeen were Instantly killed The wrecked passenger train was the second section of a Worlds fair pas senger train from Wichita The train picked up coaches at Pleasant Hill and other points and was filled with pas sengers According to the local office of the Missouri Pacific the engineer of the freight was to blame for the wreck having forgotten his orders He ha been ordered to wait on a siding at Knobnoster just out of Warrensburg but neglected to do so The trains met at a sharp curve Travel to the Worlds f...

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. — 11 October 1904

wr ln better health and stron ger than I had been in years I take a dose now occasionally of Wine of Cardui and am kept in perfect health BEARING DOWN PAINS 8647 Indiana Avenue CniCAoo III Sept 271902 I havebeen a sufferer with almost every kind of female trouble for years but as long as I could get around and do my work I would not try patent medicines as I had no faith in them About eight months ago I had to tako to my bedsuffcring with prolapsus o the uterus with bearing down pains and intenso pains back auntwho came to nurse mo w in the My C > X told mo of Wino of Cardui and sent for a bot tie I am indeed glad that she did for that first bottle started me on tho road to rccoT In a few weeks I was out of bed and in Uireo months I was FURNISHED ROOM Front room and upstairs for rent 206 Crawford street Socy Woodmans Circle No 70 Wine of Cardui brings certain relief to women suffering any symp tom of female weakness and perfectly regulates the menstrual flow W wo of Cardui stops ...

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. — 11 October 1904

> sac THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Toxas Postofllco as SocondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR t ELEPHONE If you would succeed strive to be the verj best man in your trade or profession Thoroughness is the price of success along all legitimate lines of effort Hon Tom Campbell of Pales tine the Times states will speak in Yoakum during the street fair Tom Campbell is one of Texas greatest men and greatest pa triots It is worth a trip half across the state to hear Tom Campbell expound democracy He is one of those big souled big brained fellows that you cant keep from loving He ought to to have been elected governor of Texasjong ago We do not know that he is a candidate and if he were geographical conditions and political equity and gratitude would doubtless place our votes elsewhere but Tom Campbell is a man that men sections and counties may well be proud to claim among their friends Cap able courageous courtl...

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. — 11 October 1904

m ft Cfc Chicago Oct 11 Reckless automo driving Is to be stopped by the au Tbrltles of Chicago Warned by th appalling Increase In accidents many of them fatalities City Electrician EI llcott will take up with the West park commissioners the matter of enforcing the speed limit ordinance and after securing their cooperation will draft fifty special policemen as a scorching quadron to arrest the drivers of all machines that run faster than ten miles an hour on the west side All the park boards have been aske1 to cooperate The South Park com missioners have agreed to work In col laboration with the city authorities in the suppression of mad driving Tin West Park board has decided to tak5 up the matter at Its meeting at once when It will confer with the city du ctals The Lincoln Park commissioners are expected to come in later though the police of the North Shore boule vard system alone have been extremely active In stopping the evil lle Vapi AFTER AUT0IST3 Scorching Squadron will Arr t ...

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