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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 15 October 1904

K w M m m IS It t iXit y S HE SAYS THAT IT IS TRUE Kiiropatkin Informs the Emperor tlio Advance Movement ItAS BEEN CHECKED People of St Pelewlmrg Who Were Celebrating a Religious Festl Tal When News Came Are Much Depressed St Petersburg Oct 15 The empe ror received the following dispatch dated Thursday from General Kuro patkln Two regiments on the Rus sian right flank on Oct 12 sustained heavy losses The commander of one was killed and a brigade commander woundod Both regiments were com pelled to withdraw abandoning their artillery but subsequently under Colo nel Vannovsky who temporarily as sumed command of the brigade they after a desperate assault regained possession of the guns with the excep tlon of sixteen which remained in the hands of the Japanese The final Is sue of the battle Wednesday on this flank were unsuccessful for us On account of a night attack of the Jap anese who executed a turning move ment our troops were forced to not only abandon their positions but again los...

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. — 15 October 1904

i c l > 4 ft if 5 HOGG AT DALLAS Extracts From the Big ExGov ernors Speech Why are wo here my fellow Dem ocrats exclaimed the governor after a pause in which to mop his expansive and preaplring brow Peace white winged peace and sweet harmony now prevail and hover like a bene diction over the counsels and the or ganization of the democratic party in 1 Texas But you watch this brand of harmony my countrymen for it is a cloak The rascallions are talking peace in dulcet tones and moralizing on the beauty and glory of harmony because they want to get a lot of ras cally bills through the coming legisla ture I was glad to hear my friend Colonel Wynne acclaim the benefits and useful purposes of issues That is what we want issues live stirring robust issues that will provoke lierco unrelenting fighting The trouble with you my friends is that you dont take interest enough in politics Yon all ought to be poli ticians You not only want to go to the polls and vote but you want to discuss poli...

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. — 15 October 1904

1 3 > THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Texas Postoffico as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors AND Pbopiuetors JFI PPHOWg 444 = Tho Hamilton Boys Yon Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 8500 Take you hoed of this As sure as you llvothoproducersare the feedersand cloth iers of the world HOLIDAY EDITION About December 1st a grand Christmas edition of the Andeu sox Couxrr Herald will be is sued from the Herald office In addition to the regular features of the weekly edition will be several extra pages printed in an artistic manner with appropriate illus trations and reading matter suited to the holiday season No effort will be spared to make this the handsomest edition ever issued from a Palestine press and it will afford a splendid medium for the hojiday advertiser Only a lim ited amount of space will be sold to advertisers and the first to make application will be accom modated COUNTERFEIT...

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. — 15 October 1904

r t i r TO BE PUSHED Voters to Be Aroused by Speakers and Processions New York Oct 15 What Is regard ed as the most significant conference held during Alton B Parkers latest visit to New York was that with Sen utor Gorman of Maryland Thursday It became known that the candidate and the senator are In thorough ac cord regarding the conduct of the camfealgn and that everything that has been done Is regarded by both as tending toward success Felicitations were exchanged over the successful efforts that have been made to harmonize all leaders and faction In the party and the fact that nearly four weeks before the election all Democratls factions were working together was regarded as a reason for gratification The work of the campaign It is now understood is to be pushed with undi minished vigor and the closing weeks are to equal all campaigns In speaking processions an meetings which will arouse the voters Judge Parker returned home Thurs day night PEACEFUL PROGRESS Unwilling to Risk New...

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. — 15 October 1904

I k u u < m ° ° W H M S of mooting Mastic Paint 4 Sold on Arrival and Departure ol Trains FROM KORTB No 31110 an No 11203 pm No 6 730 pm FOR KORTB No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm A M ARRIVE mo WE8T No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART FOR WIBT No 1 1225 pm No 5 830 pm Positive Guarantee For durability covering quality and elegance of finish it has no equal It is the best in every respe < a therefore the most econ omical HTrTmoore Successor to Mooro D Ballew THOU BOUTH No 2 210 pm No 1 910 pm rOR BOUTH No 11230 pm No 5 833 pm PERSONAL NOIES ie In the city today J A Word of Tyler day Ray Trelford left today for a visit to St Louis L H Still returned from Jackson ville at noon H O Gossett left today for St Louis to see the fair Mrs Ernest Smith Ib home from a visit to Huntsville H V Hamilton Jr went up to Tyler this afternoon caller G P Grover was a pleasant on tho Herald today RevGna Garrison came home last night from Pittsburg JTjj Angell left this morning for St Louis to see the fa...

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. — 17 October 1904

I > I m Rs t IJ Shareholders Liability 10000000 S10000000 Security to Depositors 520000000 Nlt Royall President J W Wright VicePros Tucker Royall Csishicr 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 aro among the substantial advantages offered to present and pros pective patrons Just Received Ihave 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 SSF Do not forget thebargains in Men s Suits and pants NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY Hart Scha ffner Marx Clothing for men is one of the popular lines we are now showing They are right in every respect The styles are the very latest the material used in their manufact ure newest and best grades and pat terns and the prices are more than reasonable Not many Tailors can make you a better Suit or Overcoat than one of this justly celebrated make Our...

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. — 17 October 1904

t > B ft film GENERAL HAD NARROW ESCAPE General Came Near Being Struck by Deadly Misiles SHELLS FELL NEARBY Japanese Cleverlr Unmask Vumber of Uatteries and the Distinguished Commander and Stall Had te Keek Shelter St Petersburg Oct 17 According to special dispatches received here General Kuropatkln had a narrow es cape during the tierce fighting Wed nesday night and Thursday tor pos session of Temple hill and Double Horned mountain east of the rallroal With his staff he was personally di recting the fight at this point Order lies were constantly coming In with re ports from other points of the Held and carrying dispatches to and from tele phone and telegraph stations which were working In the hills This evl TEIKCE PIEJtBE DMITRI BVIATOPOLKIUB SKX dently attracted the attention of the Japanese who cleverly unmaskel some batteries shells from which burst all around the distinguished group compelling Gereral Kuropat kln to shift his position hastily and seek shelter It Is understoo...

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. — 17 October 1904

It mi TlOW TO TURN TEXAS LOOSE Hon T M Campbell of Palestine Touched Up the Corpora tions at Dallas Dinner Dallas Texas October 15 The fol lowing is in part the speech of Hon T M Campbell at the democratic ieged innocent courte es those who banquet on Wednesday night Mr Toastmaster and Follow Dem ocrats Upon my return a fow days ago from the Worlds Greatest Fair now in progress at St Louis I re ceived an invitation to attend what I might properly term This Reunion of Democrats and upon accepting that cordial invitation I was advised by the committee that I would bo expected to respond to the toastrjuBt announced The committee doubtless intended partiality in assigning to me a subject ao novel and fresh or it may be that their own experience in afterdinner speaking has taught them that on such occasions the subject is often used for program purposes only However before dismissing the subject with no intention of ever re turning to it unless by accident I will siy that Texas has been ...

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. — 17 October 1904

Ih It Wr 24 y > y > Take you hood of this As sure as you llvethe producers are the feeders and cloth iers of the world f WcTh 5 12 18 19 H25 26 6 13 20 27 R 3fWf THE PALESTINE DABLY HERALD Entered in tho Palestine Texas Postofflce aa SecondOlasa Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Proprietors TPIF PHONE 444 The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 500 FrSa 14 21 I 8 15 22 2829 HOLIDAY EDITION About December 1st a grand Christmas edition of the Ander son Countt Herald will be is sued from the Herald office In addition to the regular features of the weekly edition will be several extra pages printed in an artistic manner with appropriate illus trations and reading matter suited to the holiday season No effort will be spared to make this the handsomest edition ever issued from a Palestine press and it will afford a splendid medium for the holiday advertiser Only a lim ited amount of space will be s...

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. — 17 October 1904

Flownee Hardin Clainu the Deed Was Done by Three White Men Nacogdoches Tex Oct 17 Flor ence Hardin a colored girl a cook At Sc Uo n or the restaurants here was a saulted three white me by young while on her way home from the res taurant and was horribly beaten about the head and face One of the girl ears was nearly severed from her head One of the young men accused was ar rested and Jailed The girl alleges that one of them made an Improper propo sal to her and upon her refusal all throe of them attacked her with sticks UNEXPECTED TURN All Gambling Houses on Alamo Plaza ClosedTight and Fast San Antonio Oct 17 The antl Kambllng crusade In this city took an unexpected turn Friday and as result all the gambling houses on Alamo Plaza have been closed tight and fast A lawyer from Tyler played In one of the Alamo Plaza gambling rooms and lost 3200 He made complaint to the police and Immediate steps were taken to close the place FIFTEEN YEARS This Punishment Given a Mexican at San Antonio S...

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. — 17 October 1904

fwnt re FOB NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm 10 pm DEPART roa WEST No 1 1225 pm No 5 830 pm ntou SOUTH No 2 2 0 pm No 4 940 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm No 5 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES R R Olaridgo camo homo from Dallas last night Another surprise wedding is In store for an early date Clarence Davis came in from the west this morning L H Tarbutton and wife left today for a viBlt to St Louis P M Rigsdell went up to Marshall today to move a house Mrs John F Watts came home last night from a visit to Dallas General Freight Agent Tarnor came in from the north last night Sheriff Watts wife and son are home from a visit to St Louis John H Guyot left Saturday night for at Louis to make his home Judge and Mrs Taylor are home from a visit to the St Louis fair George Price and Diiley Broyles ar rived home last night from St Louis Stove pipe at the Bargain Store for 10 cents a joint 1017Gt Wanted Furnished rooms for light housekeeping Address PO box 13 6 W T Muslck of tho I G N trav eling staff ...

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. — 18 October 1904

V I f = > I v wJa y 7 Ff Royall National Bank = OF PALESTINE CAPITAL Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors 810000000 10000000 S20000000 N It Royall President 1 W Wright VicePros Tucker Royall Cashier Hampson Gary VicePres C W Hankb As tCash 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 just received a large shipment of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS in all patterns and sizes from l50c to 150 We will be pleased to show you through ESTDo not forget thebargains in Mens Suits and pants Our Clothing Department Hart Schaffner Marx Clothing for men is one of the popular lines we are now showing They are right in every respect The styles are the very latest the material used in their manufact ure newest and best grades and pat terns and the prices are more than reasonable Not many Tailors can make you a better Suit or Overco...

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. — 18 October 1904

> LOSSES WERE FORTY THOUSAND Japanese Estimates Are Greater Thau These Figures LATTER DO BETTER This Terrible Engagement One of the Most Awful Ones In Matter of Casualties of Which There Is Anjr Itccord Toklo Oct 18 In the reports of the preat battle which continue to arrive from the front the most striking feat ure Is the terrible record of Russian dead Before the severe fighting on Oct 14 General Okus army alone re covered and burled 2000 making the total number of Russians burled by the Japanese with Nodzus army still to be heard from 6500 Applying the usual calculation end making reasona ble allowance for the fighting of the 14th and 15th the Russian losses well exceed 40000 Fragmentary reports of Japanese cas ualties are coming In General Oku up to and Including Oct 14 lost 3500 men Estimates of the total Japanese losses are not possible but they are small In comparison with the leases of the Russians Reports dispatched late Saturday evening from the field are In the fol OBA...

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. — 18 October 1904

fc Lyceum Attraction Before a pleasing bouse the second attraction of the Y M O A Lyceum Coarse presented a very pleasing and much applauded program last night in Bush Temple and the SiegelMey < er Dainty Company left this city with a large number of new found friends in their autograph albums It was a varied program and each of the per formers in > urn found an appreciative house and the audience was not scant in expressions of approval of the work that was done Samuel Siegel with his maudolin was wonderful and the little instru ment talked and laughed and wept and tang and the audience was with it in its changing moods His skill of fingers was of a kind with the ability to interpret and he showed himself worthy of attention as a composer Hyman Meyer was a whole show by himself His wit mimicry and music was a distinct hit and he was recalled time and again as he took off to per fection some wellknown character and his improvisations were remark able in applause and in readine...

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. — 18 October 1904

I I f I ft x k K jr t a jsp tlie Herald a copy of an English newspaper one of the features of which is an insurance coupon that protects the person buying the paper in case of accident The paper sells for a penny and the insurance policy costs nothing ad ditional This is a common fea ture of the English newspaper In commenting on this system our friend explained that the reason the newspaper could offer to assume such risks against dam age from travel was because there was as a matter of fact and record no risk involved He quoted us the census report of last year showing that not one single death was caused to a passenger travel ing on a railroad in England dur ing the year chargeable to a wreck This record contrasted with the vnormous loss of life in the United SUites within the past 3car as a result of railway wrecks can lead to but one conclusion and that is that in an effort to make time regard for life and safety is largely ignored We have in this country as good railways as go...

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. — 18 October 1904

THREE MEETINGS They Were Addressed by a Number of Prominent Prelates Boston Oct 18 Three largely at tendd meetings made up Sundays JiF programme of the funeral triennial convntlon of thp Cplsropil church In Symphony halt and at the Church of the iIesslah th re wre services In the IntTfc3t of missions some speakers ad dressins both gatherings Social and Industrial Rlghteous ness was the general topic discussed at a third meeting at the Church of the Advent Rt Hew Bishop Tuttle of Missouri presiding bishop of th = church presided at the missionary meetings and the spealtPis included Rt Rev Vm Royd Carpenter bishop of Rlpon England Bishops C IC Kel son of Georgia Peter T Roue of Alas ka Frederic W Keater of Olympla Wuh and Lucien Lee KInsolving of BISHOP rOTTER Southern Brazil Bishop Nelson de scribed conditions in the south at length Bishop Kinsolving told of the situa tion In Brazil and of the efforts being made there to bring about liberty in religion Bishop Rowe described his effor...

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. — 18 October 1904

PFr lsw k 3L t4m > st > < t > s > i I in j vprsitv Students Mastic Paint Sold on a Positive Guarantee FOR WORTH No 8 815 am No 2 3 pm No t 1010 pm For durability covering quality and elegance of finish it has no equal It is the best in every respect therefore the most econ omical H R MOORE Successor to Moors Q > Ballow 44 < > > > > > < ttttfLttTx M MM tAA rAAS Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 6 780 pm ARRIVE from WEST No 8 7 No I 10 pm Jam DEPART roR WKST No 1 1225 pm No 5 830 pm FROM SOUTH No 2 210 pm No 4 940 pm FOR SOUTH No 1 1230 pm No 6 835 pm PERSONAL NOT ES T E Ripley of Taylor ia in the city M F Day went north this merning Labo Suggs ia here from Neches to day Ernest Smith went west this morn ing J P Weeks went up to Noehes to day L M Allen of Neches was here last night The weather man promises us rain and cold Frank Bailey and wife are home from the fair Cape Tubb of JCeechi was here on business tod...

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. — 19 October 1904

i r n > t mrnjmmQmzmm 8SAi feHi THE Royall National Bank OF PALESTINE CAPITAL Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors IlinSdnffncr V Mine HwdTiiloral Crrrl < bl IWJhr U r bffB f a S iJ JJjl 10000000 810000000 520000000 N K Royam President J W Wkight VicePres Tucker Koyatl Cashier HAMrsON Gary VicePrcs C W Hanks Asst Cash The large Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position and its established roputa Jon for Oonsorvativo Banking are among the subscantial advantages offered to present and pros pective patrons Just Received I have just received a large shipment of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS in all patterns and sizes from 5Qc to 15Q We will be pleased to show you through WDo not forget thebargains in Mens Suits and pants JVL LACY NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY PALESTINE DAILY HERAL tyOL III NO 90 PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 19 1904 CONDOS BROS HEADQUARTERS FOR CANDIES AND ICE CREA TWO PROMINENT VISITORS HERE To Meet MNs Gould Report i Pleasant Time Extended Her an...

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. — 19 October 1904

I i r r 1 U GEN KUROPATKIN IS HOLDING ON Kuropatkin Holding Japs on Center and Rigbt Wing ASSAULTS AT NIGfiT Cannonading Is Said to Hare Been So Furious That It Was Im possible to Co Fornard During he Ilaj St Petersburg Oct 19 The nw from the front Monday nlsht Is more reassuring from the Russian stand point The situation was still recard ed bj being critical but General Ku ropatkin Is apparently holdlnc the Japanese firmly on his center and right wing even having recrossed the ShaUhe river and while there are ru mow of extensive Japanese nankin movements both on the east and on the west there Is no evidence that they ar actually occurring General Kuropatklns left wing has been heard from The Associated Press has the first connected account of th four days fight In front of Tumln and fealtchoun passes resulting In the final withdrawal of the strong Russian col umn vhtch had been sent to turn th Japanese right though General Mlstch enko seems to have actually penetrated a considerabl...

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. — 19 October 1904

I tife V GREEK PLAY OUTDOORS It Will Be Given by Students at Berkeley Cal A2J0IENT MTJ8I0 IS PRESERVED The AJax of Sophocles la Uelnic Ilelienraetl b > Students In Greek Depnrtment of Cnlifomln Uulvernl ty In Ireunrnllon For iiu Open Air 1resentutlou of lie Famous Trnic dy In Atnerlcns Greek Tlitnter The fine eucalyptus and cypress trees which look down luto the beautiful Greek theater at Berkeley Cal are to te something new under the Ameri can suu a Greek tragedy given in the open air just as it might have been Siren thousands of years ago among the hills of Greece says the New York Herald The opening of the theater a year ago was celebrated by the production of The Birds under the direction of the classical department It Is more of an undertaking to give a tragedy and to assist the students in this effort Pres ident Wheeler of the University of California aud the department of Greek invited MIt > s Mabel Hay Bar rows of New Voik to some to Califor nia and take the direction ...

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