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

t luy A TnE Herald new subscribers THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofllce as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted w M AND H V HAMILTON JR t ELEPHONE Take you heed of this As sure as you Ilvotho producers are the feeders and cloth- iers of the world HOLIDAY EDITION About December 9th 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 tho holiday season No effort will be spared to make this the handsomest edition ever issued fromji 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 is still booking Dont let the good roads move- ment escape your memory Puotect the...

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

K i V 7 > Iff It r I t0 5 i < Jjii zfB IS IDENTIFIED 5ays Felton Did Deed but Was Justified In So Doing fork Nov 26 Guy Roche the who was shot Thursday even Broadway near Thlrtyflfth while the sidewalks were crowd rirlth persons leavlns the theaters Latter the matinees was still alive at an early hour Friday It was said at the New York hospital that he mlshl jive some time but there was small chance for his recovery The arrest of Stewart A Felton known also by several other names charged with the shooting was one ol the quickest cases of the kind man- aged by the police for some time Tw men who saw the shooting pursued Felton from Broadway to Seventh ave- nue where Felton took refuge In a saloon and was pointed out to the po- lice One of the pursuers was a sten- ographer J S King He went to the station and at the request of the po Hoe took on the spot the testimony ol all witnesses King declared he saw Felton fire at Roche and George r Auld paymaster In the navy confirm- ed th...

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

IW I r s I i V A FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm NoS 730 pm TOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm J reou WEST No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART MR WEST No 1122S pm NoS 830pm TKOU SOUTH No 2 210 pm No 4 9 < 0 pm FOR SOUTH No 1 1230 pm NoE 835 pm PERSONAL MENTION B Hale of Crockett is here Abe Rich left for Chicago today Nat Brooks went north this moraine W R Morrison of Mineola is in the city Bert F Starr of Crockett was here last night H Maymon came in from Frank ston today Frank Morris is visiting in Houston and Galveston Miss Emma Miller has returned from a visit to Houston Mrs A Tucker will leave tomorrow for Houston to visit Engineer and Mrs TomMottor were in Houston Thursday Miss Hilda Sadler has returned from a visit to Houston Mrs T R Keeton of Oakwoods was in the city this morning Harry Everett and Clarence Davis were in Houston this week Ammunition for salo at H V Pra thers 20 tf Mesdames G H Turner and F A Noble roturncd from Houston last night Superintendent Russ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 28 November 1904

w I IN PALESTINE DAILY HERALD VOL III NO 123 THE Royal I National Bank = = = = = = = = = OF PALESTINE CAPITAL Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors mrtukl Ifcd kr Brt hkifui Kin HirtScfuffncr G > Mire HuxiTiiiorct Graham Bros THE BIG STORE Hie JF PALESTINE TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 28 1904 Come in Any Time And let us show you our stock of Clothes made by highclass scientific and skillful tailors The garments will show that there is something more than cloth in the make- up of Stylish Clothes They are skillfully designed artfully cut and correctly con- structed The style make and finish vvc arc very sure will please you Mfttlbt tie hj U rt itkaffaf Xui in i in Tl ft1 KSgSEPfffBgBare ing wedding announcement Married Saturday evening Nov twentysixth nineteen hundred and four at eight oclock Miss Johnnie Lee Hoover and Albert James Trelford At the Episcopalian Parsonage Palestine Toxas At Home Palestine Tex s The bride is a popular young lady and has a host of friends T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 28 November 1904

I fib r vi I I u TEDDYYIEWS WORLDS FAIR Chief Executive and Party Visitors at the Exposition TRAIN WAS GUARDED Tno Hundred and Fifty Railroaders Stood With Lantern For a Dls tance of Fifteen Miles as Precautionary Step St Louis Nov 28 President Roose velts special train arrived at The Wil- lows a station a few miles east of Eos St Louis at 3 oclock Saturday morn ing The Vandalia tracks cross those of the Illinois Transfer company at this place over which the train was taken to the east approach of the Mer- chants bridge across that structure and then down the elevated Terminal railway tracks along the Mississippi river to the St Louis Terminal yards Twohundred and nfty men with Jan terns guarded the tracks Fifty of the men were uniformed policemen and the others employes of the SL Louis Ter- minal company From The Willows to the Worlds Fair grounds a distance of fifteen miles the men were close enough to- gether to see each others lanterns At every switch two special watchmen were s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 28 November 1904

m Correct CIothcsJorMen Man or woman cannot resist an engaging exterior it will please it will make its way Lord Chesterfield to his son An engaging exte- rior is assured by the clothes that bear this label jfllfrfed benjamins MAKERS NEWy ° RK < J Equal to fine custommade in all but price < jThe makers guarantee and ours with every garment We are Exclusive Agents in this city I B FLANAGAN PALESTINE TEXAS Can anyone suppose that we would double the necessary cost of our brewing without a I vital reason Would we spend so much on Icleanliness Would we cool the I beer in plate glass rooms Would I we filter all the air that touches it Would we age it for months Would we sterilize every bottle We do it to attain absolute purity to avoid the remotest possibility of germs to make Schlitz Beer healthful Why accept a com- mon beer brewed with- out any of these pre- cautions when Schlitz Beer costs no more Your dealer may prefer to fur nish a beer that pays a little more i profit but doe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 28 November 1904

W rVNft Wiy > jf THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas PoBtofflce aa SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JK TFIFPHOWE 444 EDrrdBSjAND Proprietors The Hamilton Boys Yon Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK Take you heed of this As sure as you llvetho producers are the feeders and cloth- iers of the world BY THE YEAR 1600 Among freemen there should bo no jbTO masters but Justlco and duty and love cf right and followman PALESTINE TEXAS NOVEMBER 28 1904 HOLIDAY EDITION About December 9th a grand Christmas edition of the Ander- son Countt Herald will be is- sued from the Herald office In addition to the regular features of the weekly edition will be several extra pages printed in an artistic manner with appropriate illus trations and reading matter suited to the holiday season No effort will be spared to make this the handsomest edition ever issued from a Palestine press and it will afford a splendid medium for the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 28 November 1904

t K Wfp wx ziJUni r SWAYNE CASE Texas Hotel Men Testify In tlw Impeachment Investigation hlngton Nov 28 W P Hard a hotel man of Fort Worth Tex was the first witness Friday n the Judge Swayne Impeachment Investiga- tion He testified that Judge Swaynt was at Ills hotel for a day and three quarters for which he paid 1625 E T Davis of Fen acola Fla testi- fied as to the expense of traveling from Pensacola to Fort Worth New Or- leans Birmingham Ala and other southern points On crossexamina tion Mr Davis said he was employed by the prosecution as counsel and made the trip to ascertain the cost of trav- eling over the same routes taken by Judge Swayne Mr Davis stated that he went Into the case because he had clients whose litigation he thought would be prejudiced by trial In Judge Swayne a court Mr Hlglns sought 10 havs tho names or these clients stated but the prosecution objected on the ground thai these men were afraid to have theli names to to Judge Swayne The court sustained JU10 ob- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 28 November 1904

Mi > m f ra I t < 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 Succtnor to Moore CD > Ballew Arrlral and Departure of Trains rnOM NORTH No 31110 am No 11205 pm KoE 730 pm No 8 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE ntoM WEST No 6 730 am No 4 10 pa DEPART FOR WEST No 11225 pm NoG 830 pm nou SOUTH No 2 240 pm No I 940 pm roR SOUTH No 11230 pm No 5 835 pm PERSONAL MENTION Hon L T Dashlell is up from Jew ett Clarence Pearson spent Sunday in Bryan John Moore baa gone to Marlin for his health Ohas Nugent of Houston is a Pales- tine visitor Homer Eads of San Antonio spent yesterday in the city lion Jno B Reagan of Rusk spent yesterday in the city Dr W G Jameson left this after- noon for Beaumont on business Alderman W O Galloway is re- ported very sick with pneumonia Nat Dobbs hns a very painful hand from being poisoned while hunting Fred Dagge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 29 November 1904

B ± OAPITAL Shareholders liability Security to Depositors THE Swell Line of Ties Silk Sus- penders and Shirts Big Line of New Style Hand- Grips and Dress Suit Cases Pretty Line of Hens Hose and Dress Gloves W M LACY M KM kr Btfl t4k 4 > Xua Graham Bros THE BIG STORE xmmmmm PALESTINE DtlLY HERALD VOL III NO 124 Royal I National Bank = OF PALESTINE 810000000 810000000 520000000 N E Royall President J V Wkight VicePrcs Tdokeu Royall Cashier Hampson Gahy VicePres C W Hanks Asst Cash The large Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position and its established reputaJon for Conservative Banking are among the substantial advantages offered to presont and pros- pective patrons NEW LINES Buster Brown Hats For Men- The very Latest thing in Hats PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY JjiSRNOON NOVEMBER 29 1904 J WANTS PETITION Representative Blount Wants Petition Turned Over to Himf Card of Thanks The Paiestino Juvenile Band wish to express their sincere thanks to all fcflCcroughly familiar with their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 29 November 1904

< 5 K M THE UPRISING IS DEFERRED Will JSot Take Place Until Dnring Spring of 190G REFORMS A FAILURE Houses Hare Sol Keen Repaired and JIacednnlan People Are on the Verge of Starvatlou and Many > carljr Frozen London Nov 29 A letter from Bo- ris SarafofT Macedonian leader to a friend In London says it Is the inten- tion of the revolutionary committee to lefer the next genera uprising until the spring of 1906 after the expiration of it 2 twoyear term of the Austro Russlan reforms SarafoX adds that the reforms are utter failures and the condltldn of peasants worse than be- fore the late revolution Their homes have not been rebuilt and the peopl are on the verge of starvation Some of them are freezing to death The insur- gents under Damlen Grucff are main- taining a revolutionary organization with seventy bands of ten to fifty men each and collecting funds in aiacedo innmc ANT oenekal de geoimjjb curxr OP KACEDOXIAN OKKSAJUtES nla for the next uprising SarafofT la- in Bulgaria for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 29 November 1904

THE WORLDS BEST BY EVERY TEST Gold Medals for High Stand- ard Quality at Now Orleans 1885 Chicago 1893 and Paris in 1000 For Sale in Palestine only by Ben Landau 5je MMIMMMM laviland lina WE HAVE IN HAVILAND CHINA Celery Trays Relish Dishes Olive Trays Cake Plates Bullion Cups Tea Cups and Saucers Dinner Plates Bread and Butter Plates After Dinner Coffees ALSO A BIG LINE OF Beautiful 4 piece Breakfast Sets Salad Bowls Choco- late Sets Vases Jugs Dec- orated and Plain Lamps Jardiners Toilet Sets and a full line of Decorated and Imported Chinawarc Branagan Brannan AN0THER 0FFER The Herald has something good to offer its readers and old as well as new subscribers can have the benefit of it Through an advertisingarrangement this paper has secured a limited num- ber of subscriptions to the Pictorial Review the leading fashion and home magazine of America published in New York and begining with the January number will sell on the news- stands at 15 cents a copy SISO a year The Herald prop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 29 November 1904

u i i J Is I J t > w THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine TexaB Postofflce as SecondOIass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JB extra pages printed inan 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 COMING TO AMERICA No little concern is being mani fested by the British government on account of the uninterrupted exodus of Irish and Cornish peas- ants to America Writing from Plymouth EnglandUnitcd States Consul Stephens says The Brit- ish press has called special atten- tion during the last month to the continued and what they term alarming flight of the Irish and Cornish of America Over 22000 have gone f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 29 November 1904

t r t r J l ft k jfc i fJ PATHETIC DEATH Pastes Away While Family Ar t Gilvsston on Steamship Antonio Nov 29 On board the fiand line steamer William Cliff lm ftveston harbor Is a woman and chll who are In a foreign land vainly awaiting the arrival of the husband and father who was to meet them here He Is Oliver O Pike and he died In the city hospital here Saturday of tu tuberculosis Pike was a traveling man and came here six weeks ago from New York where he had gone from Savanllla United States of Colombia Arrange- ments had been made for the wife and children to follow During the stop- over In New York he contracted gal- loping consumption The Waillam Cliff called at Sava nllla took Mrs Pike and family and arrived at Galveston Nov 21 None of the family can speak a word of Eng- lish and they are reported In a snd plight the commissioner of immigra- tion refusing to let them land until the husband was heard from Permitted to Attend Galveston Nov 29 By permission of the immigration au...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 29 November 1904

fc set F i B FOB WORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010pm t DEPART for WIST No 11225 pm No 5 630 pm roR SOUTH No 1 1230 pm NoE 835 pm PERSONAL MENTION Thos A Johnson of Tyler is in the city H R Moore druggist is in St Louis Ohas A Miller of Tyler is hero on business James Copeland went up to Marshall this morning E J Boone has recovered from a weeks sickness B Copeland arrived in the city last night from San Angolo District Attorney Jo A McDonald arrived from Athens last night J L Fore of Pittsburg fathor of Mr Eugene Fore is in the city M Ray Lucas Woodard of San An- gelo Texas is a guest of relatives in the city Ed Manahan has accepted a position with Branagan Brannan in the grocery department Rev Willis and Messrs Graham and Starr left today for Marshall to attend Methodist conference Col and Mrs Bowie of Weatherford returned home Sunday and were accompanied by their daughter Mrs James A Brannan J O Zilker of Houston passed through the city at noon on his way home from a visit to L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 November 1904

p V NEW LINES Buster Brown Hats For Men- The very Latest thing in Hats Swell Line of Ties Silk Sus- penders and Shirts Big Line of New Style Hand- Grips and Dress Suit Cases Pretty Line of Hens Hose and Dress Gloves nlcUiMikrOut HvtSAtSoa V Marx lUndTiilorcd Graham Bros THE BIG STORE > Jf > gfp jgjwww ypy111 IW THE RIGHT THING AT RIGHT TIME Saves Scores of Lives and Pal- estine Man Proves Himself a Hero Special to Donvor Post Salida Colo Nov 25 Enginoer Milton H Blount of Minturn is the hero of the Western division of the Denver Kio Grande railroad and ho is bearing the honor with modesty Blount at 715 oclock Wednesday night saved westbound passenger train No 1 known as the Denver and Ogden express from being wrecked at Gor- don siding twentyfive miles west of Buena Vista Had Blount not thought rapidly or had his judgmont erred at a critical moment the Dyer would have plunged into the ditch and been wrecked The express was bowling along at forty miles an hour and tho loss of l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 November 1904

< Ky ia > l fec Ift ISP W if Br J v W W ALVA ADAMS IS AT DENVER GovernorElect of Colorado Confident of Being Inaugurated RENTED A RESIDENCE Of the Opinion That ieabodj Will Hon to the Edict of the Ma- jority and Turn Oxer the Reins of Government Denver Nov 30 Governorelect Alva Adams came U Denver from his home In Pueblo Monday He does not take the threat of Republicans to pre- vent hlb accession to the governorship seriously and be has rented a house here for the two years of his term Air Adams expressed the opinion that Governor Peabody af ter an Investi- gation of the election returns would reach the conclusion that he was not the peoples choice for governor and would gracefully retire It Is announced that Governor Pea- body will apoplnt two additional Jus- tices of the supreme court irrespective of whether he holds office the next term or not Under the constitutional amendment as to the recent election the court of appeals the supreme court consolidate on April 6 next and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 November 1904

f s 7 M Haviland China WE HAVE IN HAVILAND CHINA Celery Trays Relish Dishes Olive Trays Cake Plates Bullion Cups Tea Cups and Saucers Dinner Plates Bread and Butter Plates After Dinner Coffees ALSO A BIG LINE OF Beautiful 4 piece Breakfast Sets Salad Bowls Choco- late Sets Vases Jugs Dec- orated and Plain Lamps Jardiners Toilet Sets and a full line of Decorated and Imported Chinawarc Branagan Brannan Can anyone suppose that we would double the necessary cost of our brewing without a vital reason Would we spend somuch on Icleanliness Would we cool the I beer in plate glass rooms Would we filter all the air that touches it Would we age it or months Would we sterilize every bottle We do it to attain absolute purity to avoid the remotest possibility of germs to make Schlitz Beer healthful Why accept a com mon beer brewed with out any of these pre cautions when Schlitz Beer costs no more Your dealer may prefer to fur nish a beer that pays a little more I profit but does it pay you to per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 November 1904

w Christmas edition of the Ander- son Countt Herald will be is sued from the Herald office In addition to the regular features of tho 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 tho 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 Orst to make application will be accom- modated GOOD ROADS It is barely possible that a great many of our people have not realized tho importance attached to the good roads meeting in Pal estine the 13th and 14th of De cember To the citizen who has a pride in his town tho mere fact that there will be a convention of some five or six hundred delegates to meet here would arouse his in- terest and cause him to want to see the city presented in her best light to her visitors whet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 30 November 1904

CSewsJ T gfir4x ST A8SAULT CHARGED SIrl ofEighteen Years Residing In smith County Alleged Victim Tyle Tex > ov 3ojim White of i1 re l 8 county has been arreat charee of criminal assault on elshteenyearold daughter of Jack Barber at Starvlllt He was ar Ncgsted here He waived an examining trial and was released on ISO Obond Excitement ran high at Starville for a- while OPINIONS NOT SOUGHT Land Commissioner Terrell Refuses Rehearing In McFaddin Case Austin Nov 30 Land Commissioner Terrell says he has asked no legal opin- ion relative to the McFaddin applica- tion for iand along Neches river at Beaumont He says his original act of rejecting the application stands and that he has not decided to reconsider such action He will make no further wove until all Interested parties have been heard There are fortyeight acres valuad at 26o per acre LARGEST CARGO Ten Thousand Cotton Bales and Sev entySeven Thousand Bushels of Corn Galveston Nov 30 The steamship Ha dawaska cleared for Havre and R...

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