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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 22 October 1904

fc in i w V S Pawkett arrived from Fort Worth this morning and is giving his many friends the glad hand J F Cuson is home from Oklahoma He was up there a couple of weeks and says that is ajjreat country Mrs Sanford Smith of Austin wiio Is visiting relatives in the city will go to San Antonio tomorrow to visit her sister Mrs J F Onion A flue burning out at the home of W H McQilI 8 DeBird street this morning was the cause of the fire company being called outj J A Smith of San Antonio was here this morning Ho expects to return in a few days and desires to buy some Jersey cows and calves Mrs J Jenkins left this morning for Troupe in answer to a telephone message announcing the serious ill- ness of her mother at that place B R Reeves and wife are in the city from Oakwoods Mr Reeves lost three store houses in the recent fire there Mrs Reeves is doing some shopping here today FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for one or two gentlemen South Sycamore street close in Address P Herald office t444...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 24 October 1904

I Iff i St < 2k iivar J TF THE Royall National Bank = = = OF PALESTINE CAPITAL Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors j S 810000000 810000000 S20000000 N E Royall President J W Wright VicePros Tookeb Royall Cashier HampsonGauy VicePros C W Hanks AsstCish The largo Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position and its established reputation for Conservative Banking are among the substantial advantages offered to prosont 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 IWDo not forget thebargains in Mens Suits and pants W M LACY NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY A QUEER FIND NEAR 0AKW00DS Investigators Think Tlioy Arc On Track of a Buried Treasure Mr Henry T Nowkirk of Oakwoods is in the city today on a very queer mission He brings with him three pieces of a large sand stone of reddish color which were perhaps at ono timo ono rock and on which aro ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 24 October 1904

k < t THE JAPANESE LEFT SHAKEPU Quickly Took Tlioir Departure Fiom Sbakepu Near Sbalike SOME SURRENDERED Endearorcd te Surprise the Advance Hnard of the Russians but the Latter Proceeded to Close Id on not Flanks Mtikd n Oct 21 The Japanese hurriedly evacuated Shakhenu three miles east of Shakhe station Thursday night In order to escape belnsc sur- rounded Under cover of Thursdays fojr they tried to surprise the advance guard of one corps on the Russian right flank The latter repaid them In their oyrn coin with interest by taking Shakhepu on both flanks and not leaving the Japanese any ai ernatlve except hur- ried flight They abandoned a quantl PBTKCB B rCSHIHX COUSIS OF JAPAXB3B UIPSBOB ly of arms and ammunition Several Japanese came Into the Russian lines and voluntarily surrendered The total losses during the ten days fighting the correspondent docs not mention whether they were Russian or Japanese were 40000 WAS PRECIPITATE Japanese Left Amumnition and Provft ions Behind St P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 24 October 1904

lS CARDUI BABIES Many homes are mere lonely abodes because no children are there Barrennew ex- ists in almost every case because female diseases womanhood have paralyzed the organs of health and strength to the diseased part Wine Cardui imparts o and makesmotherhood possible in thousands of cases where barrenness feJS be incufable Wine of Cardui regulates the menstrual fiwffalso prevents miscarriage and cures Searing down pains Wine of Cardui removes the cause of barrenness by making the female organism strong and healthy o q The use of Wine of CaroVi will bring happiness to your home In cases requiring special directions address Riving The synptoms The Eadfec AdvUory Department Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tennessee Amethtbt Com Feb 241902 Wine of Cardui is worth its weight m gold It does more ttan claim It has saved my Wea ° d useds > o tobecome a mother you when everything else failed MBS D OK A I E Le FEVRE Bhtaot Va Feb 181902 Mv daucbterinlaw Lizzie Giles found great...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 24 October 1904

I V L 9 16 23 30 3 0 17 24 HI JsX I 18 25 We 12 19 26 Th 6 3 20 27 MAY DO GOOD Fr 7 14 21 Sa 8 15 22 28129 HOLIDAY EDITION About December 1st a grand Christmas edition of the Ander- son Count Herald will be is sued from the Herald oflice 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 modatcd The Herald is gkd Mr Trice ttuatJ lette rjpubb 8heuUsin Saturdays HEBALDjand hopes that it will create agitation that will result in great good to the town There is no doubt but that Pal- estine people are in a large meas- ure responsible for any de- pression in business here Business ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 24 October 1904

Lu r N j iitimvw w PRINTING IN MANILA Methods of Native Typesetters T Employed by Uncle Sam K i NEAELT ALL AEE STUDENTS Former American Employee of the Manila OIHre S > the Xntlve Op- erate Ilnotyne Machine Wltli Verj Fair Succe They Have So- ciety Which Taken the Place of an American Union An Interesting statement descriptive of the government printing olliee at Manila and of the Filipino typos em- ployed there by Uncle Snm was made recently to a Washington Star report- er by Arthur P Ferl a recent em- ployee of that far away Institution but who Is now setting type In the govern- ment printing otllce In Washington The government printing office at Manila said Mr Ferl employs near- ly 300 people fifty of whom arc Amer- icans the balance being Tagnlogs VI snyans Blcols Igorrotes and represent- atives from various other tribes from one end of the archipelago to the oth- er It Is no uncommon thing to find two or three boys working side by side who cannot converse In their native ton...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 24 October 1904

tmgFFzyixf T TXJt Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTE No 31110 am No 11205 pm NoB 730 pm rOR SfOBTB No 6 815 am No2 3 pm No 410 0 pm ARKIVB 7B0M WEST No 6 730 am No i 10 pm DEPART rORWEST No 11225 pm NoE 830 pm Mastic Paint Sold on a Positive Guarantee For durability covering quality and elegance of finish it has no equal It is the best in every respedfc therefore the most econ- omical H R MOORE < Successor to Moore CD Bnllew H4 + + + + + W W iHf M M M t H moil B0UTB No 2 2 0 pm No 940 pm roR booth Nol 1230 pm NoB 833pm PERSONAL NOT ES- E A Urban of Tyler ia in tho city F M Rlgadell ia homo from Mar- shall George Scarborough of Grapeland is in the city Judge Ned Morris went up to Hen derson today 1 Wood Starr returned to Jacksonville this morning H T Newkirk of Oakwooda ia in the city today D O Bowdon went to San Antonio this afternoon Hon S A McMeana wont to Austin thia afternoon Rey Marks returned to San Antonio ittilfafWrnoon Ray Trelford ia home from a visit to the St ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 October 1904

VOL IIL NO95 r 10000000 S10000000 S20000000 N II Royall President J W Wkioht VicePrcs Tucker Koyall Cashier Hampson Gary Vic ePres 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 just received a large shipment of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS in all patterns and sizes from 50c to 150 We will be pleased to show you through 2PDo not forget thebargains in Men s Suits and pants W M LACY NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY x PALESTINE DAILY HERALD PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 25 1904 FORTMCAfflPBELL Austin Telegram Says Gov Hogg Favors Palestine Man Austin Texas Oct 24 ExGov ernor Hogg stated to the Chronicle correspondent that he was receiving letters from all parts of the state in- viting him to doliver addresses I receive four and five in nearly every mail and it convinces me that the people have not los...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 October 1904

I t SQUADRON NOW AT CHERBOURG Part of the Russian Second Squadron Is In French Harbor FEABING A SURPRISE Torpedoboats Guarded In a Vigilant Manner So Their Oriental Op- ponents Cannot Slip Up and Fire nn Them Cherbourg Oct 25 Tha advance guard of the Russian Second Paclfls ciuarlron consisting of torpedoboats Is In the outer harbor The main squad- ron It was stated Monday was ex- pected here but It was not at that time certain whether the warships would enter the harbor The vessels which first arrived here were not with the larger ships when the latter flred on the British Ashing boats In the North f > ea Saturday morning therefore It was not possible to obtain the Kusslan ver- sion of the attalr from their officers The Russian torpedoboats were sur oocnt iiAMsDonrr rubsiajj ronnos MISIRTEIt lounded by guard boats and the utmoit vigilance maintained Xo person Is permitted to approach them and no person allowed to come ashore except the postman They took on provisions from the tra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 October 1904

I f f I V r i k r if I TWO NOTABLE RUSSIAN GENERALS AVlien Russias second huge finny is sent into the field month or two hence two generals who Mill lime iniportnnt command are Mejendorf and Knulbara The ci r re jwses the most implicit confidence in both of these men who are noted for conservatism as well as for bravery A Business Education A young man may take a course of study in a medical college and bis time labor and money may be in a measure wasted because bo is not cut out for a doctor be may graduate in a theological school and prove a failure as a preacher be may go to an agri- cultural college and never work on a farm A young man may go through life without practicing medicine preaching a sermon or doing a days work on a farm but not without hav- ing business relations with his fellow- man He must buy and sell something or he cannot live Hence while a professional education may or may not be utilized a business education must be The professions are so crowded till good boo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 October 1904

> ntV f n X The most confusing thing about thc presidential campaign is its silence It has both sides guess- ing Waco will hold her ninth annual chrysanthemum show Nov 9 to 12 This exhibition has grown to be of state wide importance and attracts big crowds It is gencralrj conceded that one of the best ways to destroy the boll weevil is to burn tho cot- ton stalks and stubble in the fields as early in the fall as possible Anderson county farmers should be engaged in this work now A Kansas man had a cow who chewed off a roosters tail and the next day when he milked her she gave a gallon and a half of the finest kind of cocktail We had a cow ourselves once who swallowed an almanac and gave creamed dates Ex Perhaps Russia has gently twisted the lions tail with the hope of having an excuse to hol- ler enough No doubt she is anxious to get out of a most awk- ward fix in any old way she can without acknowledging herself whipped by plucky little Japan The Louisiana crop pest coin mission...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 October 1904

r t v < fi 3 lt < fmxv DEBS SPOKE Socia st Candidate Fop President Ad- dresses a Large Audience New York Oct 23 Eugene V Debs the presidential candidate of tht Jnclallst party addressed a meeting which was held here Sunday In tht Academy or Music to ratify his nomi- nation The hall was crowded and Mr Debs was given an enthusiastic reception He said the economic free- dom of the laboring class hinges upon the showing which the Socialists may make In the coming election and de- clared that the enmity between the leisure class and the laboring class Is Increasing The socalled middle class will cease to exist as soon as the laboring class finds out that it has had enough of capitalism he continued You need o few more millionaires snd tramps the one enslaved by superabundance of food with lack of digestion the other cursed with abundance of di- gestion hut lack of food The capital- ist Is bound to attack the socalled middle class and when he gets through with you gentlemen of the m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 October 1904

P S FROM NORTH No 31110 un No 11205 pm No 6 730 pm FOB WORTH No 8 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm pac p yH j j jHjKj Mastic Paint Sold on a Positive Guarantee > < Fordurability 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 Moore CH > Ballow niou WE8T No 8 730 am No 4 W pm DEPART MR WEST No 11225 pm No 6 830 pm > c ta < MTf M t f t tA Arrlwl and Departure of Trains ARRIVE ntou SOUTH No 2 240 pm No 4 910 pm for soarn Nol 1230 pm No 6 833 pm PERSONAL NOTES A K Dixon of Tyler is in the city J O Mansell of Trinity is in the city R L Onlbertson of Temple is in the city This has been a good old winter rain dayThe The weather man says it will frost tonight Ira Shotwell of Oakwoods ia doing business here E F Howard and wife of Conroe are in the city J J Powers and J S Matthews of Athens are in the city Street Superintendent Wilson wont to San Antonio last night P D Harlow and mother o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 26 October 1904

l m m Bt v < i VOL HI NO 96 THE Royall National Bank = OF PALESTINE CAPITAL Sharoholdora Liability Security to Depositors 10000000 gl0000000 20000000 N It Koyali President J W Wright VicePres Tucker IIoyail Ciishier Hasipson Gary VicePres C W Hanks Asst Cash The largo Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position and its established reputation for Conservative Banking a ro 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 sTDo not forget thebargains in Mens Suits and pants WJ LLA V NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 2G 1904 IMPORTANT M0YE Dr Knapp and Prof Curtis to Meet Farmers Here Nov 15 The following letter from Congress- man A W Gregg is selfexplanatory Palestine Tex Oct 251901 Editors Herald Palestine Tox Dear Sirs While in Houston last week attending the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 26 October 1904

M f f fe r resgp BRITISH DEMANDS ARE DEFINITE There Is No Suggestion Whatever as to Compromise EDWARD IS CHEERED On His Way to Kcir Market Races and In Front of Buckingham Palace Mighty Throngs Voice Approval London Oct 26 In the notf dis- patched to St Petersburg the nitlsh Fovernment put forward certain defi- nite demands In languae which It I understood leaves little opening for any suggestion of a compromise These comprise apologies for the action from the Russian squadron firing on British fishing fleet In the North spa Saturday morning and full compensation for the sufferers It Is further Insisted a searching Inquiry shall be Instituted with all dispatch and under conditions which insure that appropriate action fchall follow the result of the Investiga tion In other words the responslblll ty shall be flxpd and punishment meted out to the offenders whoever they may bC ThatKing Edward correctly Inter preted thp fppllng of the nation In pub- licly stigmatizing the affair as un- w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 26 October 1904

Guard Health Every woman should ecc that tho per- iodical function is kept in o healthy con- dition The way is to take an occasional doso of Wine of Cardui Every woman is subject to conditions which bring on female weakness Wine of Cardui gives women strength for all the duties of life It gives them strong nerves and freedom from pains Wine of Cardui not only cures but guards the health The organs quickly respond to the healing vegetable ingredients of which Wine of Cardui is composed A healthy woman docs well to tako this medicino on approaching her periodical sickness Wine of Cardui cures the worst cases of prolonged femalo troubles and has cured thousands of them quickly and completely in tho privacy of home Cmcon Miss May 1 1902 Wine of Cardui and Thedfords BlackDraught is a suro cure for all female diseases I recommend your medicines to all my friends everywhere I go Five months ago I could not walk across the house without great pain but I am well again I havo onlr taken four ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 26 October 1904

t r THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In tlio Palestine Texas Postofflco as SecondClass Mall flatter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted V M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editor and Pboprietors TELEPHONE 444 = The Hamilton Boys Yon Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 8500 Take you hood of this As sure as you llvethe producers are the foedersand cloth- iers of the world From an exchange we learn that the old Jefferson Davis Plantation in Mississippi is owned by a negro His name is Isiah F Montgomery Isiah was an unusually bright youth and was owned by Jeff Davis brother Jo- seph Mr Davis seeing the young darkies good qualities resolved to see that he was well educated and so he was He was always a great pet on the Mississippi plan- tation As a slave ho was always re- spectful and obedient to his mas- ter When he became a citizen he was lawabiding and had the good sense to know his place and stay in it So he has been per- mitted to purchase the old plan- tation on which he la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 26 October 1904

I if < 1 i COOPER RESIGNS TT DEATH BY STRYCHNINE father Pinard a Priest Dies From Overdose of Drug San Antonio Oct 26 Rev Henry L > tlnard a Catholic priest was found In 1 An dying condition in a room in a cheap lodging house here Monday He ob- tained thirty grains of strychnine from a druggist saying he wanted to kill coyotes After his death the bottle was found containing seven grains He left a note asking for certain debts owing to hlrn be collected His parents live In Houston He had been subject to heart disease and was ac- customed to taking strychnine for re- lief Retires From the Supreme Bench of the Philippines Fort Worth Oct 26 Hon J F Cooper of this city has resigned as a member of the supreme court of the Philippines and the president has ac- cepted it This action was on account of his wifes health Judge Cooper will open a law office at Washington but retain his citizenship here SCOTTISH RITE Degrees Conferred Upon a Large Class of Candidates Dallas Oct 26 Scottish ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 26 October 1904

I r b f i wfr ysw C4H Mastic Paint Sold on a Positive Guarantee FOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 11010 pm For durability covering quality 7and elegance of finish it has no equal It is the best in every respect therefore the most econ- omical H R MOORE Successor to Moore CDti Ballew Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 5 730 pm ARRIVE FROM WEST No 8 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART FOR WEST No 1 1225 pm No 5 830 pm ntou SOUTH No 2210 pn No t 910 pm FOR SOUTH No 11230 pm NoE 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES The coal man baa bad a cinch today Overcoats have been in order today E D Lackey of Crockett Is in the city O Roe Hall wont west on the noon train J B Spencer was in Marshall yes terday S C Vandevender is reported se- riously sick W H Nance came in from the west this morning P H Hughes returned home this morning from RuBk Rev Steve Burk of Rusk arrived in the city on the morning train It takes a good rainfall to wash off our paved streets beautifully Considerable co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 27 October 1904

16 W I f h i V > < VOL III NO 97 r I ibiA1 = THE Royail National Bank OF PALESTINE CAPITAL Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors S10000000 810000000 S20000000 N E Koyali President J W Wright VicePrcs Tucker Koyall Cashier Hamison Gary VicePres C W Hanks AssfcCaih The large Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position audita established reputaion for Conservative Banking are among the substantial advantages offered to present and pros- pective patrons IfcSw tf spe Just Received Now Lino of Fall and Winter Suits Also Now Fall and Wlntor Underwoar Womens SHOES Our Shoe Department contains the newest lasts and the new toes in Wo mans Footwear We can fit you correctly as we carry a great many of our shoes oh lasts from A to- E so we can fit the long narrow foot as well as the broad thick foot Try our shoe department the next time 100 to 500 SCHOOL SHOES No doubt these cool morningsremind you that you should have new shoes Try us next time We haven t a school shoe in t...

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