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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 19 October 1904

0 Take you hoed of this As sure as you llvothe producers are the feeders and cloth iers of the world BY THE YEAR 8500 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 weelcly edition will be several extra pages printed in an artistic manner with appropriate illus tration s 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 sold to advertisers and the first to make application will be accom modated THE CHRONICLES SAY In a labbreH eHitbrial the Hous ton Chronicle begins with the fol lowing assertion The election of a governor of Texas for two years beginning next January has not yet taken place yet there are already sev eral candidates for governor in the field for the next term That ...

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. — 19 October 1904

4 w W B it dead FIFTH Ofa Mr Bryan Uses Same Arguments Em v ployed Last Week Lafayette Irid Oct 19 William J Bryan started early Monday on the day of his Indiana campaign ie B3peeches were scheduled for Lebanon Frankfort Delphi Logansport Con verse and Marlon Judge Johnson of iCfnsas Joined the Bryan party here Mr Bryan had a slight cold but his voice is strong The crowd at Lebanon was large Mr Bryan In his address used the same arguments employed last week < At Marlon Mr Bryan closed Mondays speechmaklng by an address before anImmense audience The enthusiasm was great Some of the sentences which characterized the speech of Mr Bryan at Marion were You need not be afraid of Par kers silver views Those who voted for me ought to be the easiest to convlree of the ne cessity of voting for Parker It was not for personal reasons you voted for me but because you wanted Im proved conditions which have not come under Republican rule If you vote against Parker because he Is against free sil...

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. — 19 October 1904

s r i ft i Br t > v K rr S < raoti NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 6 730 pm FOB NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm PERSONAL NOTES Jim Oondos went up to Tyler today George Moyer tho shoe man is in the city The stove men have had the busi ness today Dr King came up from Elkhart this afternoon Frank Trotter of the Herald force is at Oakwoods today Keep up with the ads in these col umns They will save you money Hal Noble wife and babies left for their Forfc Worth home this morning District Attorney Jo A McDonald came in from Crockett this afternoon Senator Brachfield of Henderson was here between trains this morning HpnTJtf Campbell js in Yoakum > Sjtoday wherehe ia Ejlled for a speech 1 Stove pipe at the Bargain Store for 10 cents a joint 10176t Ohas Davis is very low with typhoid fever at his home on North Sycamore street Another effort or two and the weather man will put the frost upon the pumpkins t Mrs Geo A Wright and Mrs Douglas returned home at noon from the World...

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. — 20 October 1904

V VOL III NO 91 vm CAPITAL Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors HirtSctaflncr U Mint tUndTiilored C jnihl IK4 kr Uul bttfu J Sa 0000000 S10000000 S20000000 N R Royall President 1 W Wkioht VicePrcs Tucker Royall Csu > hier Hampson Gaky VicePros C W Hank6 Asst Cash The largo 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 2TDo not forget thebargains in Mens Suits and pants W M LACY t > grzie j ° T j rf iwi PALESTINE DAILY HERAL PALESTINE TEXAS THURSDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 20 1904 1 TOWN NEARLY DESTROYED Town of Oakwoods Just West of Palestine Suffers a Seventy Thousand Dollar Fire Oakwoods ono of tho most pros perous towns in Leon county eighteen miles west of Palestine suffered a fire...

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. — 20 October 1904

i 3 DISASTROUS TO THE JAPANESE General Yamada Has to Give Up a Number of Guns MEN ARE ENVELOPED Severe HandtoIIand Ffehtlnp Was the Result but After This Vig orous Engagement Retreat Was Effected Toklo Oct 20 A report telling of thu disaster to General Yamada and citing theconditions at the front re ported Toklo during the fight Is as follows The enemys Infantry about a regi ment strong attacked part of the Klght army occupying Sbangplntaltzu and Tachaiku on the morning of Oct 16 but the Russians were routed by a counter attack and a 9 30 oclock re treated toward the north The enemy In the direction of Waitun mountain remains In his position but his stale is uncertain There Is no change in the direction of our Right army ad there is no change In front of our Center army On the evening of Oct 16 a mixed detachment under command of Major Oeneral Yamada was sent to help part of the Left army attacking the enemy north of the Shakhe river It com menced operations at the right wing drivin...

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. — 20 October 1904

h f v r A i r b r SEEING THE FAIR N DETAIL Porto RIc Taking on the American Spirit A Collective Exhibit of the Is land Best Products Figures to Show the Possibilities Sugar Pro duction Has Doubled Since American Occupation Florida Had a Narrow Escape but a Newspaper Saved the Day by Making an Exhibit ef the Fruits of the State Some New Things In Fruits The Gem State and Some of Her Gems In the Palace of Mines SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE BT MARK BENNITT Porto IMco is proving herself to be a very lively part of the United States and the main purpose of tlie island ex hibit In block 18 of the Palace of Ag jaiculture Is to show her enterprise and her appreciation of the opportunities which annexation to the United States hns brought It Is interesting to know for exam pie that so soon since annexation the production of sugar has doubled and It must be assumed that all other lhies of business irc looking up They did not dare to look up in the dark days of the past Porto Itico wants just what m...

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. — 20 October 1904

r II p < i fe lt 5 THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofflco as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Proprietors it t k < h A TELEPHONE 444 = The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 8500 Take you heed of this As sure as you llvetho producers nro the feodersand cloth iers of the world 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 sold to advertisers and the first to make application will be accom modated ETHICS OF THE COURT HOUSE josi BusK Comm1 NewsT In...

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. — 20 October 1904

fe BOLD ATTEMPT Freight Train Kills One Man Wagon Another Mount Pleasant Tex Oct 20 O V Arnold was run over by a freight train In the cotton yards here Both legs were cut off and he lived only a few hours His home was In Commerce and he was employed as a brakeman on the Cotton Belt G H Allen was run over by a wagon Just east of town andklllcd YAMADAS COLUMN lggWg Texarkana Ticket Office Entered but No Cash Secured Texarkana Oct 20 An unknown white man went Into the Cotton Beh ticket office gaining Ingress through a window and endeavored to rob Hit till and ticket case He cut the wire screen with a pocket knife Every body took the man to be the ticket agent and several asked him ques tlons about the train and he answered them all Some wanted to buy ticket but he put them off saying the win dow would be up In a few minutes Ho was uncjle to get Into the money drawer or ticket case but secured two very fine pistols the property of Colo nel O K Wheeler chief of the Cotton Belt secret ser...

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. — 20 October 1904

if V V i I w 8J t jr Mastic Paint Sold on a Positive Guarantee t M rnosc HORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 5 730 pm FOR NORTH No 8 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm For durability covering quality and elegance of finish it has no equal It is the best in every respeft therefore the most econ omical H R MOORE Successor to Moon Di Ballew Arrival and Departure of Trains ARRIVE FBOM WEST No 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART ron west No I 1225 pm No 5 830 pm TBOJI SOUTH No 2 210 pm No 1 910 pm FOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm NoE 833 pm PERSONAL NOTES D A Gregg of Jewett is in the city J E Holllngsworth of Grapeland is in town Joe Malonoy came home from Bryan this morning W H Dick returned from Austin this morning John Blanton of Nochos is registered at the Faulker Old machines exchanged Seo ns at the Singer Store Ira Shotwell of Oakwoods was hero on business today General Baggage Agent Taylor is in San Marcos today W B Herron went np to Jackson ville this afternoon Ernest Smith the Ubronicle man SmjWUuI uorUrthls...

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. — 21 October 1904

rvs r VOL III NO 92 THE riNE DAILY HERALD PALESTINE TEXAS FEIDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 21 1904 Now Ready IMrs Doran the milliner has com pleted moving into tho Langston Dry I Gjpds Co house tho Hamilton ncla sl5njjT o < lJnvJt03TTOr friCEds and tho public to call A splendid exhibit of mllllneary etc li shown l JMWMIMWMIMMMMMI Fall Clothin Mlaa Vivian Forrest Contralto Hart Schaffner Marx Clothing for men is one of the popular lines we are now showing The styles are the very latest the mater ial used in their manufacturenewest and best grades and patterns and the prices are more than reasonable Not many tailors can make you a better Suit or Overcoat than one of this justly cele brated make They arc right and uptodate in every respect o twzr 10 Cents a Week CONDOS BROS HEADQUARTERS FOR CANDIES AND ICE CREAM eo Royall National Bank = = = = = = OF PALESTINE CAPITAL Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors S10000000 810000000 20000000 N 11 Royau President J W Wright TicePres Tockku R...

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. — 21 October 1904

6 JAPANESE GET MINOR POSITIONS Japanese Hare Been Successful Xear fort Arthur SORTIES PREVENTED Kussian Vessels Sought lo Leave the llarbor hut Were Driven Back One of Mikados Hoats Be In Hurt by Mine Chefoo Oct 21 The most Important recent events about Port Arthur In clude the capture by the Japanese of further minor positions near Rlhlung mountain and severe damage to a Jap anese torpedoboat destroyer by strik ing a floating mine According to Chi nese advices which reached here Thursday and which confirmed the es sential points by Japanese letters from Port Dalny the Japanese made assaults on the remaining outer works of Rlh lung mountain at dawn of Oct 8 and were repulsed The following day the Russians made an attack on the Jap anese trenches and they In turn were repulsed The Japanese Immediately followed with another assault result ing In the capture of the Iron railroad bridge and eights south of the bridge which are 500 yards from the main for tress The Importance of these ca...

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. — 21 October 1904

JAPANESE SANITATION Work of Army Medical Corps Described by Dr Seaman LAXITY OP THE OZAES OFFICIALS Former Surgeon In the United States Volnnlrrm Telia Horr llnsalm Pre pared Tor the Wur Deacrlbea the Carnlral of Itetelrj That Harked Muscovite Invualon of Manchuria Dr Louis L Seumnu of New York city who was a major and surgeon lu the United States volunteers during the war with Spain delivered an ad dress before the International congress of military surgeons at Its third days session in St Louis the other day oil his recent observations of Japanese sanitary and surgical methods in the war with Russia Speaking first of the Red Cross hospitals he said We found the military Red Cross and university hospitals conducted on broad up to dale principles the operat ing rooms being supplied and fitted up with the latest devices for antiseptic procedure Kresli air is appreciated at Its full value aud liberal facilities fire afforded for sunshine and outdoor recreation Up to July 1 only about ...

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. — 21 October 1904

r A a I Take you hoed of this As Bure as you Ilvethe producers are tho feeders and cloth iers of the world WHAT PALESTINE NEEDS For haf a century Palestine has beep the leading town of this sec tion of Texas and she will con tinue to be despite the croakers if only our business people will use their opportunities to the best advantage A town cannot thrive on her natural resources ex cept under extraordinary circum stances It takes active coopera tion to do things This is an age of competition and East Texas has a number of towns that are in sharp competition for the adja cent territory trade So sharp is this competition that some towns are offering extraordinary induce ments in tho way of prices pre miums etc Palestine can do no loss than those without suffering the consequences Time was when the business interests could depend with a feeling of security upon the railroad interests That time has passed never to return again Not that those interests havo grown less but that sur round...

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. — 21 October 1904

v V Republican Nominee For Governor Married t Fort Worth Fort Worth Oct 21 Hon James G Lowden head of a national bank at fcAblene and Republican candidate for governor was quietly married at Trin ity Episcopal church Wednesday by the rector Rev Mr Cotton to Miss Kathleen Norrls of Handley A son of Mr Lowden James G Jr came here from Ablleni to attend the wedding Only a few other relatives were pres ent The bride formerly resided In Abilene but for some time has lived at Handley with her mother and brother BROKE HIS NECK Man Was Struck by an Iron Girder and Lost His Life Wichita Falls Tex Oct 21 W J 2111am of We atherford working with the Fort Worth and Denver bridge pang was Instantly killed Wednesday The men were placing an eightyfoot steel girder In place on the bridge over the Big Wichita river when the Jaok screw slipped and the girder fell about twenty feet striking Milam who wis trying to escape breaking his neck Well Caved In Nacogdoches Tex Oct 21 W P Reed a farmer living ne...

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. — 21 October 1904

ft BV < > 1 i Mastic Paint Sold on Positive Guarantee For durability covering quality and elegance of finish it has no equal It is the best in every respedt therefore the most econ omical H R MOORE Successor to Moore < Dt Ballow t t < > < v 4 t M Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 81110 am No 11205 pm NoC 730 pm FOB NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No t 1010 pm ARRIVE THOU WEST No 6 730 am No i 10 pm DEPART TOR west No 1 1225 pm NoS 830 pm FROM SOUTH No 2 210 pm No < 9U0 pm FOR B0UTB Nol 1230 pm No S 833 pm PERSONAL NOTES W H Welch Is in tho city J D Gnllett of Corsicana is in tho city W B Teagarden went west last night The Worlds fair flyer was two hours lato today Stove pipe at the Bargain Store for 10 cents a joint 10176t Wood Starr and family arrived in tho city this morning from Jackson ville J S OFlynn and W T Mustek of the I Q N were In Houston yes terday J N Zilman district manager of t the Singer Sewing lachine Co is In theclty The train from the ...

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. — 22 October 1904

ty Wl t VOL III NO 93 I v OtyiTUkl l kj But THE CAPITAL Shareholders Liability Socurity to Depo9itora m iwiimu m Royal National Bank OF PALESTINE 310000000 810000000 20000000 N It Koyalt President 1 W Wuight VicePros Tucker Koyall Cashier Hampsok Gary VicePros C W Hanks Asst Cash The large Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position and its established roputaJon for Conservative Banking are among the substantial advantages offered to present and pros pective patrons Just deceived I have just received a large shipment of NEGLIGEE SHIRT5 in all patterns and sizes from 50c to 150 We will be pleased to show you through FDo not forget thebargains in Mens Suits and pants LACY NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY PALESTINE TEXAS SATUKDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 22 1904 tor Palestine ana vicinity T night and Sunday fair colder tonight Temperature readings Maximum SO minimum 48 rtKiH trade for your old machine ag low for cash or easy payments us we will treat you right Tiib Sinoek Mfo 5 PALESTINE D...

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. — 22 October 1904

TEDDY SCORED BY CULBERSON Texas Senator Speaks of Secession Movement In Panama DUPLICITY CHARGED Details of the Revolution Given and President Roosevelt Taken to Task Also liein Accused of Withholding Facts New York Oct 22 Under the au iplces of the Reform club a Democrat ic massmeetlng was held here Thura dry night at Carnegie hall at which Senator Charles A Culberson of T xas was the principal speaker Senator Culberson devoted the great er portion of his remarks to a discus sion of the Panama canal going Into details with the revolution by which Panama became an independent state and the susbequent negotiations which resulted In the canal treaty Alluding to what he termed the spirit of law lessness which led the president In this disgraceful affair he declared that the transaction ab ove all others m his career strikingly typified his contempt of all legal restraint and his Insatia ble passion for personal and arbitrary government Continuing Senator Culberson said Choosing an occa...

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. — 22 October 1904

I i h i A LETTER FROM LEROY TRICE Answers the Question as to What Is the Matter With Pakfctine Palestine Tox Oct 211901 Daily Herald Palestine Gentlemen I hand you here with letter addressed to the citi zens of Palestine which is self explanatory If you think it is worthy of space in your paper please put it in It is not written as any com plaint against your paper but onty in the interest of the city as a whole Your article is quoted jus it expresses a sentiment which seems to be in the minds of quite a number of people in the city Yours truly L Tiuci To the Citizkxs or Palestine What is this matter with Pales tine Jn the Palestine Daily Herald i > suc of September Gth the follow ing appear MORE MEN ARE OFF I O N Aeain Cutting Down the Shop Force The I G N has again laid off more shop men indefinitely Near ly all others have been notified that they must lay off from four to flo days during the present month eo it is reported This is a very unusual move at this time of year and s...

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. — 22 October 1904

t u I t THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In tho Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR TFIFPHOMP Mere talk will not brings pros perity it takes work and lots of it This is glorious weather and all men should be happy if they have a big wood pile ready for winter and a larder full of good things to eat The woods are full of tho former and the grocery man can supply the latter but it takes money Aye theres the rub There are still lefta few long horns anarchists and meddlers who try to tell the Herald what it should and what it should not publish The Herald is respons ible to no man or set of men out side of its owners for what it pub lishes and it ia hoped these busy bodies will tak a tumble lu EDrroBSAND Proprietors 444 Th o Hamilton Boys Yon Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 8500 Take you heed of this Ab sure as you It ve the producers are the feeders and cloth iers of the world Among fr...

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. — 22 October 1904

r r s b f JAPANS DEAD HEROES Regulations as to Their Treat ment After Battle ALL 1HE BODIES AEE CREMATED A Bone From the Larynx and Some Hair oC Each Soldier Are Pre served nnd Sent Home Corpae of the Fallen of the Enemy Interred Their Hello Alio Smell The following are the Japanese army regulations for the clearing of a bat tlefield of the wounded and dead says the Brooklyn Citizen The sick and wounded shall be dealt with according to the field regulations of the army medical service and the killed shall be honored and ropected according to their rank whether they belong to the Imperial at my or to the enemy As minute an examination as possi ble shall be made from the pocketbook marks on uniform lndentWeatioii tal ly etc as to the full name rank post tion relatives and regiment of any one found dead The corpses of those belonging to the imperial army shall be ciematcd while those of the enemy shall be in terred except when contagious and in fectious diseases are prevalent when all ...

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