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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 31 October 1904

I > r and usual both as THE ELECTION fcH > claiming the earth is necessarily mistaken but a full count of the votes will be neces sary to decide the question In commenting on the matter State Topics says Mr Tnggart and his compan ions seem to have counted the votes for they have told us with much positiveness that Judge Par ker will be elected It is never prudent to prophecy and espec ially when tho subject eft proph ecy is politics making us so liable to mix our hopes with our opin ions it is follv Nevcrthless we shall hazard the guess that Judge Parker will win at the same time however fortifying ourselves against disappointment by reflect ing that in material resources the Republicans probably have an immense advantage Indeed they have such an advantage proving that the corporate and financial interests have come so solidly to the support of Col Roosevelt seems to us to be one of the mar velous features of the campaign Not many months ago they were unmeasured in their denun...

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. — 31 October 1904

I > y 3 t Iffi EdvwfU Boston Maes 152 Shawmnt Ave Oct 251902 After I had been married about four months I felt my health generally decline I seemed to lose the light step and dragged wearily along instead Myappctitc failed me and I lost health and strength 1 was nervous and had shooting pains through my limbs and stomach while bear ing down pains and constant headaches added to my misery The menstrual flow became more and more profuse and I was unfit to attend to my daily duties My husband called in three different physicians and I took enough medicine to kill or cure a dozen women but it all had no effect on me whatever until I took Wino of Cardui In a few days 1 felt a change for the better my gen eral health improved and at the next time of my periods my flow was more natural andlwas in less pain GraduallyIrecovc dmyhealthandsbingth and am now in perfect health I take an occasional dose of ino of Cardui which keeps me well I am happy to give you this endorsement President Back...

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. — 31 October 1904

15 k A 5rf r 4 TT ° 5W fi H 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 respedt therefore the most econ omical H R MOORE Successor to Moors CEb Bllew Arrival and Departure of Trains rROH NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm No 5 730 pm rOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE ntou WEST No 6 730 am No i 10 pm DEPART roR WEST No 11225 pm No 5 830 pm ntox SOUTH No 2 2 0 pm No 4 9 0 pm FOR SOUTH No I 1230 pm No 5 835 pm PERSONAL NOTES This is ideal weather Pat Copeland is here from Marshall Lee Satterwhlto ofGrapeland is In the city Q W Burkltt Jr is here from Houston Today is Halloween the last day of October Attorney A W Ewlng wont np to Neches today Mrs Mat Ratterreo wont to Lufkin this afternoon Mrs Tom Dunn of Neches is shop ping here today T M McMillan of Oakwoods was in town this morning Miss Rosa JtcOIanahan of Tucker is visiting In the city Cal Kelly went west at noon to join the bri...

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. — 1 November 1904

h < m f rz L i WOL m NO Tul THE Royall National Bank = = = = = = = OF PALESTINE CAPITAL Shareholders Liability Socnrity to Depositors 810000000 siooooooo S20000000 N R Royaix Presidents J W Wright VieePres Tucker Koyall Cashier Hampson Gary VjcePres C W Hanks Asst Cash The large Capital of this bank Its strong Financial Position and its established repntaJon for Conservative Banking are amongihe substantial advantages offered to present and pros pective patrons ust Received Now Line of Fall and Wlntor Suits Underwear Also Now Fall and Wlntor r tryr Jjr M LACY New Lace and Embroidery We have so niany new and pretty things to show you here just received last week THE BIO STORE M T S OUT AFTER QUAIL Palestine Hunters Havo Anxiouslv Awaited the Opportunity T This has been one of tho most beariT tifal days of the year for hunting ami many hunters are out after quail XXii day Open season for this bird began today and will continuo until Feb 1st Quail hunting is greatly enjoyed by our s...

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. — 1 November 1904

n MUCH TBENOfl WORK It Is Uellcred Tno More Assaults of This Kind Will He ccc91arr Before the Capture of Port Arthur Occurs Chefoo Nov 1 The general as rault on Port Arthur which began In o preliminary way Oct 24 developed Into a fiercely raging battle Saturday when according to hitherto Infallible authority the Japanese flung heavy forces against the fortress In a third attempt to secure a commanding posi tion The result of the early lighting was unknown up to noon Monday The Japinese have been preparing for this assault for a month It is believed the Japanese did not expect to capture the town on this occasion but to make another Important step forward This plan was adopted following the first assault when 1000 lives were sacrificed in an attempt to storm their fortifica tion by mere force of numbers regard less of loss This assault like the previous one had a climatic Incident of weary veeks of trench digging gun mount ing and small engagements In the opinion of experts the assau...

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. — 1 November 1904

> J It he IgSRJEAT ALEXIUS Vloops the loop 5 Defying tho laws of gravitation end scorns to f jmaKsusootthasolld loop and lha porfacl bleycla < MLLE ARLINE THE GIRL IH RED Introducing Ben Hur and troupe of Salambo Dogs In the wondsrful DMarMa act THE ST LEON QUINTETTE Famous flvs favorites of Franco Acrobatlques Extraordinaire Supremearenlo feature ottheagt without parallel In the annals of circus history PR1SKORN BROTHERS CLASSIC UNICYCLISTS CYCLISTS HO ONE DARES ATTEMPT TO IMITATE THEM > HERRLITZENS FUNNY DUTCH ELEPHANTS Exeoutlng blxarre feats as amazing In their daring conoeptlon as they are unheard of In actual performance by tho worlds hughest beasts particularly featuring Mamma Mary and her baby Frieda Absolutely the only trained mother and baby el phant In the world performing together j4 a Sli Boston Mass 152 Shawmnt Ave Oct 251902 After I had been married about four months I felt my health generally decline I seemed to lose the light step jand dragged wearily along...

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. — 1 November 1904

Mz jtf m A Kiif iiL W o 1 TELEPHONE 444 About December 1st a grand Christmas edition of the Ander son Counit 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 NONE SO BLIND The Houston Post called upon the Dallas News to name some of the trusts which are doing busi ness in Texas and the News cites the farmers truck growers and fruit growers organizations ridi cules the Texas antitrust law and declares that the only remedy for trusts is free commerce open markets and unrestricted trade This is an average argument of a trust ...

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. — 1 November 1904

ss TQuletNIght arewell Appear Maurice Barry dltolbe In a dy laanltarlum at erejlie has been trs jlt Is feared tfctwfdaya oil His jarvelo us but Is fbfllate the once fifls refused all ilze hitrnurse ly for a call starred Texas rarna DIplo larshall depot srjhlmselr and rfbrmance In glneer named pmore had a Jgred Insult by tmmlns one of hot Barrymore aortally wound Barrymores nglon the depot of venue was fgnrwrierp he sejcreated great xas but among onj < throughout rjBarrymore Is n5ind a grad TeVsIty He was Stamen on the high rank rOsREST arked iheFuneral iGo ornor 1 Extreme slm st rites over the ge Kilbon Nash hlo The body ad Street Pres re than an hour al and several ed the remains statesman and trustees of ltlons located In he services which ch at 2 p m Sun Green Lawn ceme vBOOMTtG ipanesenn Proacejs JHTillMonday ff = From an rnlng there was a Tjof Poudlloff Lone Sc Larger masses ed eastward Oct 29 ays quietness big booming to the fnlghl continuing fng 3 FJghtlng has na VeconnoIt...

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. — 1 November 1904

r y Jt H i IF m i s 5 t 3ft s j Mastic Paint Sold oix a Positive Guarantee 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 Succsiior to Moore CD Bnllow Arrival and Departure of Trains mOV KOETH No 31110 am No 11205 pm NoB 730 pm TOB NORTH No 8 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE ntou WKIT No 6 780 am No 4 10 pm DEPART roa WEST No 11225 pm No 5 830 pm nvou SOUTH No 22 < 0 pm No 4 940 pm ros SOUTH No 11230 pm No 6 835 pm PERSONAL NOIES 8ydney Love of Houston is in the city W L Davidson of Georgetown is here A L Robertsonj of Colorado City is in town Miss Ezell is home from a visit to Jacksonville Miss Irma Gooch went to Dallas on a visit today J D Gullett of Corsicana is doing business hero Frank Trotter of the Herald force Is In Jacksonville today P H Hughes went to Neches this mornlneoH tead basineBS JJrs KdiOCoaBbrlB quite sick at herhome on Reagan street Jim Copeland and wife came ho...

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. — 2 November 1904

7 I l > mi no 102 ftv jf V AVR Eojall President Bright Vice Pres Tockeb Koyall Cashier son Gaby VicePres C W Hanks AsstCash Targe Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position istiblisia frepatajon for Conservative Banking are e sabsVstial advantages offered to present and pros Tons Lino of Fall and Winter Suits Also Now Fall and Wintor Undorwoar PALESTINE m 1QQ rcusers that hold tholr Shape and Will Nhny Uood flany good things can always be found at the big store and in many instancesr3r below the price asked what y ° u buy here is usually the correct thing and alg rked in paJn figures > Embroidery foundations These letters have simply to be tacked to the linen or any other material and then worked over with silk embroid ery cotton or linen Will stand washing and ironing Dress Trimmings Appliques etc Our assortment is elegant the styles correct as usual tv New Lace aria THE BIG STORE Purses Hand Bags The express company brought us another grand assortment Most any price ...

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. — 2 November 1904

w s > rs v r X I M SHIPS CLEARED FOR ACTION Officersof Channel Squadron Ordered Aborrd Ships GIMALTAEACTIYITY Garrison at That Stronghold Mobil Ized nnd Artillerymen Ordered to Take Up Positions at Different Iatterics Gibraltar TCov 2 The garrison has been mobilized and artillerymen order ed to take up positions at the different batteries of the rock Th Channel squadron was ordered Tuesday morn ing to be in readiness at an hours 110 ticeAt At 2 CO oclock Tuesday afternoon Vice Admiral Beresfnrds flagship Cae sar fired a gun recalling the officers of the Channel squadron on board their respective ships AH ships were cleared i lor action The British naval force here is com losed of fourteen battleships thirteen first class armored and other cruisers and a strong flotilla of torpedoboat de stroyers The British warships strict ly patrolled the straits all Monday night They intercepted the collier London Bridge bound from Barry for Port Said and brought her in here Preparations are th...

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. — 2 November 1904

aF Womens Headaclies 54212 Congress Street Portland aIaike Oct 171902 I consider Wine of Cardui superior to any doc tors medicine I ever used and I know whereof I peak I Buffered f or nino months with suppressed menstruation which completely prostrated me Pain would shoot through my back and sides and I would havo headaches My limbs would blinding swell up and I would feel so weak I could not stand up I naturally felt discouraged for I seemed beyond the help of physicians out Wins of Cardui camo as a Godsend to me 1 felt chango for the better within a week After nine teen days treatment I menstruated without suf fering agonies I usually did and soon became regular and without pain Wino of Cardui is simply wonderful and I wish that all suffer ing women knew of its good qualities Treunrer Portland Economlo league Headaches are the danger signals of coming disease Both men and women suffer headaches but periodical headache falls only to the lot of women and is the unerring sign of irre...

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. — 2 November 1904

p fei v > S3 THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Poatofflce as SecondOlaBa Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR T ELEPHONE 444 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 A WORDWITH DEMOCRATS Every man is responsible for his influence be it small or great Every democrat who votes for Parker votes to defeat Eooscvelt Every democrat who does not vote for Parker contributes to ward the election of Roosevelt On every question upon which Judge Parkers position is open to criticism President Roosevelts position is worse where they differ as they do on many im portant questions Parker is right < and Roosevelt is wrong Roosevelt favors a high tariff Parker favors tariff reform Roosevelt favors a standing army of 60000 at the minimum Park er favors a reduction of the army Roosevelt has brought the race...

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. — 2 November 1904

es If I I R ALL EXONERATED Charges of Bribery and Corruption Aro Not Sustained eaumont Nov 2 The grand Jury was convened by Judge A T of the Sixtieth district court last Iday to Inquire Into charges of pry and corruption made against members of the commissioners court by Commissioner S H Blgham re ported Monday evening exonoratlng those Implicated A large number of witnesses had been examined Including many of the more prominent citizens as well as candidates of both the Republican and Democratic parties The friends of County Judge D P Wheat and Walter A Myrlck Demo cratic candidates for the legislature who were the principal ones Implicated In the Blgham charges are pleased over tho speedy work of the grand Jury QUARANTINE OFF Passengers on Trains No Longer Re quire Certificates Laredo Nov 2 The quarantine which has existed against Mexico for many months ceased at midnight Mon day night and passengers from ths south destined for the United States will be permitted to enter without ...

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. — 2 November 1904

i it fc t Br i ft 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 respecl therefore the most econ omical H R MOORE Successor to Moor XL Ballew PERSONAL NOIES Themlnatrels tonight John Price la home fromtho Worlds fair J O Hume 61 San Antonio Is in town W M Fonvlllo of Oakwoods Js in the city Oapt Rees Fowler went up to Nechea today Mrs Qaa Garrison Is visiting rela tives in Tyler Nat Wetzel and wife of Crockett are inthe city General Freight Agent Turner went north this morning A W Ewing and family went to Neches this morning Mayor A L Bowers was in Houston on business yesterday Yesterday was a good day for new subscribers to the Herald Presiding Elder Sears went out at noon to fill an appointment W M Hamilton of the Herald is sick at his home on South Sycamore Mrs 0 J Grainger returned home today from a visit to the Worlds fair Mrs T M Pryor and baby came home from a visit to Troupe at noon Sto...

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. — 3 November 1904

I i I W Tfcr PALESTINE OL in NO 103 Security to Depositors 520000000 N K Koyall President J W Weight VicePres Tockek Koyall Cashier HampsonGaey VicePres C W Hanks AsstOash The large Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position and its established roputaJon for Oonservative Banking are among the substantial advantages offered to present and pros pective patrons Just Received Now Lino of Fall and Winter Suits Also Now Fall and WIntor Undorwoar S 10 Cents nm Sutton rfpTt atesTrouser8 Trousers that hold their Shapo and WIN not Rip W M LACY flany Dress Trimmings Appliques etc Our assortment is elegant the styles correct as usual New Lace and Embroidery We have so many new and pretty things to show you here just received last week THE BIG STORE 100 I Saxony Ice Wool Shetland Floss Most any col ors you would want and it is all new Hosiery Do you buy your Hosiery here AVe keep the good wearing and good looking kind PALESTINE TEXAS THURSDAY AETERNOON NOVEMBER 3 1904 IT WAS A VERY LIVEL...

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. — 3 November 1904

= > v I MEETING WAS A WARM ONE Democrats and Republicans Hare a Eattle of Breath PARKER IS GREETED Immense Audience Gathers at Sen Jersejs Largest City and Ut terances of the Presidential Aoinlnee Applauded Newark N J Nov 3 Eventually ineffective but temporarily successful v as the attempt made Tuesday night to rout a monster Democratic meet ing at the Essex troop armory when Judge Parker waa the principal speak er The great building with a capaci ty said to b over twothirds that ol Madison Square Garden in New York was filled and at the first mention ol the present administration and the name of President Roosevelt hundred broke forth with terrific cheering ano for several minutes it appeared ai though the Democrats were In the mi nority The scene that followed wai i one of unimaginable confusion Hiss es and cheeers were mingled words ol anger and threats were heard and thi police were powerless to control Fi nally the Democrats by sheer force ol numbers and their greater volume...

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. — 3 November 1904

BUILDING FOR DOCTORS ireproof Home to Be Erected For Seattle Physicians W OOBRLDOES PINISPD IN MABBLE Entire Structure Will De For the C > of the Medical Irofe lon Each of the omcen to Be Light and Airy Ktw Reception Room Plan Lecture Unit on Top Floor A ten story steel frame building to be known as the Medical building U to be erected by Seattle physicians at a cost of 300000 of which 200000 represents the cost of the building says the Seattle Times Seattle physi cians have subscribed 100000 toward the cost of the structure and the re mainder of the money has been raised through eastern capitalists Work on the construction of the building will be commenced within a few weeks and the structure will be ready for occupancy next year From top to bottom It will be a building for the medical profession and none save reputable physicians will have offices In It It isto be erected by members of the profession and even the business houses that will occupy the first floor will be controll...

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. — 3 November 1904

t it u H Anderson county is all right All she needs is more people and she is getting them Everv man in Anderson count entitled to vote should vote Tues day It is his privilege and his duty It is a prett safe bet that the Baltic fleet will not make the mis take of firing on a British manof war Palestine entertained a fine body of men yesterday in the I G N Immigration and Industrial Association An exchange sees a dilemma and sayo if figures dont lie both democrats and republicans have a cinch on being elected The circus has been here today caliope and all Wc have been right busy and couldnt get as much out of the occasion as wc formerly did when we were a 003 but there are other kids to take our place and they have put in full time Speaking will be heard all over Anderson county Saturday and Monday night in this city Hons T M Campbell and T B Green wood will address the democratic hosts The purpose of these ral lies is to impress upon the voter the importance of voting A full vote i...

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. — 3 November 1904

I re Cd of ihe Terrible Encounters oi Japs and Russians OLD IN BRIEF FORM TTlth Persistent Courage Forces the Mikado Stormed and Cap tured East and West Forts on Ianlnn Jlountalo at Toklo Nov 3 Official reports of Port Arthur operations since Au 1 form a recital of almost continuous fighting of desperate nature The Rus sians first struggled energetically to block pvery Japanesp advance and then met the concentrated artillery lire of the Japanese with its kind Iat or since the Japanese hegan running par allels and traverses and extending mines the Russians have been con stantly making sorties They rushe1 the Japanese I Tenches und engaged In furious struggles with engineers and others With desperate courage the Japanese continue to close in upon the fortress progressing stage by stage The Japanese Infantry however never failed to respond when asked to make an assault on almost Impossible posi tions and when the troops gained a foothold they held It with unflinching determination Repo...

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