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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 22 November 1904

I I F Etrdae itt iHP r a PJJJF S TWELVE PERSONS MEET THEIR FATE Two Entire Families Wiped Out by TenementHouse Fire OTHERS CLOSE CALL Flames Started In aGrocery Filled mib Inflammables and TrrelTe Italians Fall Victims to the Dense Smoke New Tork Nov 22 Smothered be- fore they could reach the rear Are escape In a burins tenement building at 18C Troutman street In the Williams burg district of Brooklyn twelve per- sons met death shortly before 2 oclock Sunday morning Two entire families those of Maranlo Trlolo and Charles Polognla are wiped out the last living member of each being now In a hospital with no hope of their recovery They are Charles Po lognlo thirtythree years old and Tony Trlolo thirteen years old both of whom are terribly burned Although In the opinion of the coroner all dead were suffocated the bodies vrere badly burn- ed before they could be taken from the building by friends The burned build- ing Is In the center of a row of three story tenements extending the lengt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 22 November 1904

L PAVEMENT NOTES avers of clear Havana cigars should tfail to try the 1 Concero brand lokora Bhould ask their dealers for Concero clear Havana cigars and ve no other tf The ladies of the Centenary Metho dist church have secured the Ladies Homo Journal booth for their bazaar Dec 1st and 2nd and request their members and friends to save subscrip tions on the year for them on that date as 25 cents on every subscription of a year goes to the church A num- ber of beautiful Ladles Home Journal pictures also come with the booth These will be sold at auction the en- tire proceeds gping to the church Dont fail to patronize the Ladies Home Journal booth Let the Herald PRINT it for you Prompt and good service guaranteed We can on short notice give jou a complete abstract of title to any tract bt land in Anderson county or any lot in the city of Palestine See us for quick and accurate work Anderson County Abstract Co Meredicb Cone Office Qammage Building Old Town Tenderness or aching in the sma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 22 November 1904

ft THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in tbe Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondGlass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR t ELEPHONE About December 1st a grand Christmas edition of the Andek son County 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 FOLKS ELECTION Just honesty Thats all A perfectly simple proposition A child could sec it But it took a big man to work it Just honesty Thou shalt not steal When Moses said it it was already old When Folk said it it was still new I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 22 November 1904

ATTEMPTED RAPE afending Herself Woman Sustains a Broken Finger It Worth Nov 22 While Jlrs Therrlll a widow was returning Say afternoon about 1 oclock a packing plant where she was iployed she was attacked by a negro terrible struggle ensued during which nearly all the clothing was torn off Mr Therrell and a finger was broken Her screams frightened the miscreant away She was on the verge of hysteria sev- eral times while relating her terrible experienced PRINCIPALS ESCAPED Negro Girl Fatally Shot and a Horse Used as Breastworks Killed Paris Tex Nov 22 Northeast of this city two negroes named George Lewis and Clay Prince engaged in a pistol duel Prince took refuge behind a horse and the animal was killed Nora Plerson a negro girl 100 yards away was fatally wounded by a stray bullet Neither man was hit Professor Martin Dies College Station Tex Nov 22 Pro- fessor W C Martin of the agricultural and mechanical college died suddenly Sunday He was assistant chemist to th e Texas experiment ...

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

i i > 1M4 > 44xj > 4i > 44 > The Humble OH FielgF Mastic Paint Sold on a Positive Guarantee TOR 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 respect therefore the most econ- omical H R MOORE Succtnar to Moore D > Bnllow Arrival and Departure of Trains rnou noiith No 31110 am No 11205 pm NoS 730 pm ARRIVE TOOK WEST No 8 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART TOR VEST No 1 1225 pm NoS 830pm nan SOUTH No 2 240 pm No 4 9 < 0 pm TOR SOUTH No 1 1230 pm NoE 833 pm PERSONAL NOT S Bert F 8tarr of Crockett ia in town Will Bailey was a passenger north today Rev Kelley is in the city from Fitz- gerald today L J Berryman returned last night from Georgetown Leo Davidson was in Houston on business yesterday Hon S A McMoana went up to Noches this morning A dense fog enveloped the earth hereabouts this morning Max and Leo Davidson returned from Houston this afternoon Little Fay Hawkins is quite sick at h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 23 November 1904

I i r iB 1 1 W V I Tjtffio < Wfe BvTrlSjc3fc ng Tp i III NO 120 960 DAILY THE Royall National Bank CAPITAL Sharoholdora Liability Security to Depositors OF PALESTINE VanUM l a w Utn tektZui > iu < Graham Bros THE BIG STORE S10000000 S10000000 520000000 N It Royaii President J W Wrioht VicePrcs Tockkh Koyall Cashier Hampson Gary VicePrcs C W Hanks Asst Cash Tbo largo Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position and Its established reputation for Conservative Banking are among the substantial advantages oITored to presont and pros- pective patrons Just Received New Line of Fall and Winter Suits Also New Fall and Winter Underwear a Button IOO ei Kip UptoDate Trousers Trousers that hold their Shapo and Will not Rip W M LACY I M PALESTINE DllLY HERALD PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY ARCERNOON NOVEMBER 2 1904 KANSAS CITY HOUSTONaiNEW TO HOUSTON Official Announced That Finan- cial Plans Have Been Complet cd for 2s cv Kailroad A Oflicial information is recoived by interested partie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 23 November 1904

i k m ib r Lazaretto Closed City of Mexico Nov 23 The laza retton at Tehuantepec has been closeJ because there are no more yellow fe- ver patients The situation Is greatly Improved at nil points there now re- maining but few cases of fever Sani- tary work however will continue as the authorities are determined to stamp out for good the yellow fever scourge When you neod any oil for your sowing machine gun or bicycle como to the Singer Sewing MacMno ofllco Main street next to Patricks drug torn We have It that wo guarantee a Jf55S SCENE OF GREAT EXCITEMENT Mobs Formed at Lexington Kr to Lynch Negroes MILITIA CALLED OUT Parties Wanted Are Charged With HaTin Entered a Saloon aud Shot at Some White Men Killing One Lexington Ky Nov 23 At 1045 oclock Monday night the prospect ol a mob which had formed on the out- skirts of the city attacking the Jail In which Garfield Smith Ed Taylor and John Taylor are confined was so pionounced that County Judge Bock advised thafthe militia be called ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 23 November 1904

i IMPORTANT OCCASION stine Should Get Bus and Intertain Sonic Visitors in the Near Future Upon invitation of the Immigration and Industrial Association of the In- ternational and Great Northern conn try also of the city of San Antonio and owing to the active porsonal ef- forts of a few leading mombers of tho above organization the Missouri Pa- cific Immigration Bureau will hold its next meeting at San Antonio 2nd Tuesday in May As indicating the pressure brought to boar to secure this meeting in Tex- as there was a provision in the con- stitution of the Missouri Pacific Bu- reau preventing the holding of its meetings off the lines of the Missouri Pacific systam and tho constitution was changed to meet the emergency At the outset the most that was ex- pected was that it might be induced to meet the I G N Association in joint session at Texarkaua The Missouri Pacific Bureau with permanent offices at St Louis em braces the cream of the enterprising pushing moneymaking real estate deale...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 23 November 1904

SiK he thanks no one much le s his God for his victories they are his own conquests but he blames every one for his failures But the life that can and docs render thanks cheerfully is that one who has learned the true phil- osophy of life who has learned that life and work and men are of a common brotherhood working one to benefit the other and di- rected by the God spirit that challenges us to bear one the burdens of the other The man to be thankful must have learned that there are nobler purposes in life than the mere accumulation of wealth that there is sweeter melody in the music of life than the jingling of gold The man who has learned to receive and give in a cheerful way who seeks to do good in all the ways of life and who bears his burdens with chect fulness is the one who on the morrow can say in truth Oh God L thank thee for life for oppor- tunities for friends for all that I am all that I have and all that 1 expect to be and have And such a man is and ought to be happy p ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 23 November 1904

h wj j > n o iK A kDISCUSSES DIVORCE i Doctor and Lawyers Speak it Dallas on Subject Tot 3S The divorce ques M whereby the laws can lore itrlneent were discussed held here In which cler lawyers and doctors took an part Nearly every religious was represented All deplored the evil and each denounced It Revs J Prank Smith and George Eaves both t Dallas were elected chairman and secretary respectively Rev Chalmers McPhearson of Wax ahachle who Inaugurated the meeting offered statistics He stated that whll there was one divorce to every 523 mar- riages In England In the United States the proportion was one to twentythree He had wrltteh to six counties In Texas and had heard from five of them The replies showed that In Collin coun- ty this year there had been 329 marri- age licenses issued and thirtynine ap- plications for divorce In McLennan county there were 772 marriages and 199 applications for divorce a ratio of one divorce to four marriages Tarrant county records show there had b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 23 November 1904

14444444444444444 + + + + + + + + + + + + + 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 respect therefore the most econ- omical H R MOORE Successor to Moora CO Ballow Arrival and Departure of Trains rnou NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm NoC 730 pm FOR NORTH No 8 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE rnou WEST No 8 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART roR WEBT No 1 1225 pm NoC 830pm rnou south No 2 20 pm No 4 9 < 0 pm TOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm No E 833 pm PERSONAL MENTION T O Davis went north today Rev Qua Garrison went to Pittsburg today Wm Broyles and wife are visiting in Houston Hon John H Reagan came home from Houston last night Remember the Euterpians give a matinee tomorrow at 3 p m Misses Lillie and Kate McDermott returned from Houston last night J T Duncan of Oakwoods was do- ing business In the city yesterday Fob Sale 6 room cottage all con- veniences water sewerage etc Close in on Royall street House...

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

h Pfer fc 3 1 xftkfct im kr tUntt kSui Km THE Royall National Bank = OF PALESTINE = = = = = CAPITAL Shareholders Liability 8ecarityto Depositors HirtSdufTncr J Marx HindTiaorcd Graham Bros THE BIG STORE 10000000 810000000 S20000000 N It Koyall President J W Wright VicePrcs Tuokek Hoyall Cashier Hammon Gauy VicePres jD W Hanks Asst Cash The largo Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position audita established roputaJon for Conservative Banking aro among the substantial advantages offorod to present and pros- pective patrons Just Received New Line of Fall and Winter Suits Also Now Fall and Winter Undorwear lO Cents a Button 1QQ d Kip UptoUate Troueerb < Tro users that hold tholr Shape and Will not Rip W M LACY PALESTINE TOL III NO 121 PALESTINE TEXAS FRIDAY AJCERNOON NOVEMBER 25 1904 960 DAILY AVERAGE COMING A HEjfALD FOR EVERY PALESTINE THANKSGIVING J OBSERVANCES i 4 It Was An Ideal Day Spent in An Ideal Way Union Services j Thanksgiving day in Palestine was as near an ideal...

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

6 i > r i i I I I fc I fe w m J T r V if i Tr THE CALL HAS BEEN ISSUED What the National Livestock Asso- ciation Is to Consider AT DENVER MEETING Constitution and Dylans Are to Bo KoTised In Such Manner as to 1roTlde For More Lib- eral Representation Denver Nor 25 The call of the annual meeting of the National IXve Stock association In Denver Jan 10 to 14 1905 has been issued The call states that the principal business of the convention will be the consideration of resolution which will be proposed by the executive committee for the ap polntmeiU of a committee to revise the constitution and bylaws of the association On this point the call aysIn In the opinion of a large number of members of this association a connec- tion exists which makes it necessary to consider a revision of the constitu- tion and bylaws of this organization so as to provide for a more liberal rep- resentation of the various branches oi the livestock industry upon a business basis that will permit of active c...

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

I < > < f sf > t r t r HE MURDER OF SAM WEAKLEY Apprentice Makes a Confessioi at Cincinnati I STORY IS STARTLING Said lie Was Instructed In the Use of Dynamite and Tnenty I > ol lars Promised to Destroy Shear Iuucb Cincinnati Nov 24 There were n disturbances at the foundries in Cin- cinnati Covington and Newport during Tuesday night and no threatening con- ditions as men went to work in open shops Wednesday Superintendent C S Reed who has been in charge of seventeen detectives here went to De trolt to investigate reports regarding Thomas Bracken and other refugees In the mentlme police of the three cities who have been holding aloof are rendering assistance Charges agalnit Thomas Bracken and Edward Trainor were changed to being accessory to the murder of Samuel Weakley a non- union moulder Oct 7 William Friend alias Patton who ii held as the principal in tle Weakley murder In another Interview denies alt knowledge of any plot In which he 4rew a short straw to do the s...

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

i I r I K f T W y > THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR TFIFPHONF 444 Now then well all be right busy until after the holidays The Herald hopes everybody will do the business of his life for the next month It was a matter of general com ment that very little drinking and practically no rowdyism marked the observance of oar Thanksgiv- ing Congratulations Horrible 1 Horrible 1 W e dreamed we were sleeping in a nice quiet place when suddenly the space about was filled with turkeys green eyed turkeys blue eyed turkeys red eyed turkeys and they all began to peck on us until in sheer pain we awoke to find we had been dreaming Hor- rible Conservative estimates of the total cost to both great parties in the recent political campaign place the amount at 22500000 Of this sum the republican national committee will have spent about 3000000 and the democratic national ...

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

ffc ttr L Rf > t r lTJ ik PATTI TO SING live a Concert For the Benefit of the Russian Wounded Petersburg Nov 25 Adellna vlll give a concert here Decem for the benefit of the Russian woumded She volunteered her services out of gratitude for the fact that her first great triumph occurred In Rus- sia COUNTER ATTACK Port Arthur Garrison Aggressive but Efforts Did Not Avail Tokio Nov 25 A telegram from the headquarters of the Japanese Third army besieging Port Arthur dated at i midnight Nov 22 says On Monday night Nov 21 the ene jf my made a counter attack on our force In front ot the North fort of the eastern A group of forts on Keekwan mountain V The attack was repulsed r r MYSTERIOUS DOVE Party Answering His Description Has Been Placed lender Arrost r Chicago Nov 25 A man giving the name of Geo Weeks and who answers the description of the mysterious Dave from whim the police of four ccuntles have been searching since last Saturday as the possible murderer of John W Bate of Lemont I...

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

n + WWt + + t44444444 + + fr 4 < M 4 + i i > < > < > < > < > o Mastic Paint Sold on a Positive Guarantee fOR NORTH No6 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 respedt therefore the most econ- omical H R MOORE Sacctnar to Moore QQ > Hallow Arrlral md Departure of Trains rROM NORTH No a 1110 am No 112 05 pm No 5 790 pm ARRIVE rxou weit Noe NO 4 730 am 10 pm DEPART roa WEST No 11225 pm NoE 830 pm mou SOUTH No S 2 < 0 pm No I 910 pm roa SOUTH Nol 1230 pm NoE 835pm PERSONAL MENTION J S Johnson left today for Stuart VaJ J F Cuson spent yesterday in Dal- las W W Aiken of Crockett is in the cityThe The street force is now busy in the fourth ward Claud Scarborough went to Oak woods yesterday Hon Keese Fowler was a visitor at Austin yesterday Miss Patsy Sharpe of Graham Bros ia visiting in Houston Miss Laura Butledge has gone to Houston to visit friends Miss Maggie Weakley o...

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

seepa jgf < > PALESTINE DlILY HERALD i III NO 122 wkUlKlkrulltlufMrJtlUrm HirtSduffncr Mirx HindTiilorrd Graham Bros THE BIG STORE PALESTINE TEXAS SATURDAY Al a fcrfffc Ircusars Trousers that hold tholr Shapo and Will not Rip W M LACY Hirt Schiffncr V Mint Hind Tutored was arrested this morning at Tucker and dispossessed of diamonds valued at 75000 which he is charged with having stolen from B R Reeves at Oakwoods The negro was a servant at tho Reeves home and has been for a number of years and bad gained the confidence of bis employes But it is supposed the diamonds were too great a temptation for him when left where he could get hold of them Ho came to Palestine with his ill gotten riches and is said to have displayed them freely around town among his asso ciates yesterday He left last night and at Tucker fell into the clutches of the law Tho diamonds stolen were mounted in two handsome rings j jt t Coming Comedy A press notice says Happy Hool- igan probably tho most success...

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

R I f K i M a IB SIX MILES OF FREIGHT CARS Pittsburg Virginia and Charleston Road Handicapped HOMESTEAD IS PLACE Hundreds of Cars Are Loaded There as Well as at Other Points and- y Boiling Stock Is Grcatlj In Demand Also Pittsburg Nov 26 Six miles ol freight cars loaded with products ot mills In lower Monongahela valley block the yards of the Pitts burg Virginia and Charleston railroad at the Homestead plant and hundreds of other cars are on tracks at other mills awaiting shipment While the congestion Is not complete and some freight Is being moved production has reached that point where railroads are seriously handicapped In the way of motive power Kfforts have been made to clear the blockade but it is impossi- ble to send out anythlnr but a small proportion of the freight awaiting ship- ment There is also a serious shortagd of cars SERIOUS HAZING Student In Hopkins Institute of Art Said to Be Badly Hurt San Francisco Nov 26 The Exam- iner tells a story of hazing practiced by stude...

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

I r I W S CTRICENGINETESTS sr For New York Centra rice BeatsSteam Machines KVA1S EASILY OUTDISTANCED fix Hundred Ton Train Drawn at Rate of Flft > HTe MHea an Boar Lighter Tratnn Faster Vet Tlie Lo comotlre Stops as Easily cm It Start on Its Course One of the most important events that bare taken place in railroad and electrical circles in years occurred the other day when the official trial of the electric locomotive which has been built for the New York Central rail roads service into New York city was held near Schenectady N Y says the New York Herald The tests were most successful In every way and it is declared they fully demonstrated that the electric loco- motive is the coming power for rail- road traffic A series of races were run during the day and in every in- stance the electrical engine proved more than the equal of the steam en- gines picking up speed In a manner little short of wonderful and easily outdistancing its rivals Guests of the New York Central company were...

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