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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 5 December 1904

r ftBv > PREPARE FOR THE WORST Kot Thought That General Stoessel 7ill Surrender SHIPS WILL BE SUNK When It Is Seen Port Artlinr Has to Held Vessels Will Be Taken 4 to Deep Mater and Sent to the Bottom St Petersburg Dec G With th tinfirmatlon of the news that the Jap- anese have occupied 203 Meter hill an the report that the Russians unsuccess- fully attempted Its recapture official at the war offlct are beginning to pre- pare themselres for the inevitable Golden hill and Llaoti hill are higher and dominate 203 Meter hill but the officials say that If the Japanese suc- ceeded In mounting heavy guns upon the latter It probably will be only a question of days or weeks before the fortress falls Still there is not the slightest Idea among General Stoessels friends that he will surrender even if he should be ordered to do so It is hinted that It Is possible if the fall of the fortress is shown to be Inevita- ble the emperor may direct Its surren- der In order to prevent unnecessary sac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 5 December 1904

w l > 3 fr > 1 f f 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 A piece Breakfast Seta Salad Bowls Choco late Sets Yascs Jugs Dec- orated and Plain Lamps Jardiners Toilet Sets and a full line of Decorated and Imported Chinaware Branagan Brannan MM aMam aaMaA am affV < M MamMMl Temple Opera House- s W E SWIFT MANAGER Wednesday Dec 7 TED E FAUST MINSTREL AH White Performers I guarantee this a clean wholesome highclass at- traction the best ever here W E SWIFT THATS ALL Prices 50 75 and 100 vDRAY LINE fkANSFER Prompt Careful and Satlsfac 1 tory Service is Guaranteed PJwne 736 H W PARKHILL All Kinds of Sewing Machines Repaired and all work Guaranteed Call at old Singer office opposite Opera House Call and will give esti- mate on work J M FAGG mAlliliilitiliitiAAAlAlAi A Round Silver Dollar 9 2 Say about that stu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 5 December 1904

fl is1 V v jI t a if r f r M it V Ur F > 5 Advertisements THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine TexaB Postofflce as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H y HAMILTON JR EDITOBSAND PBOPKIETOR8 TELEPHONE 444 = The Hamilton Boys Yon Know SUBSCRIPTION io CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 1500 Take you hood of this As sure as you llvethe producers are the feeders and cloth- iers of the world Among froomon thore should be no masters but Justice and duty and lovo cf right and fellowman PALESTINE TEXAS DECEMBERS 1904 HOLIDAYJSDITION About December 9th a graud Christmas edition of the Ander- son Countt Hebald 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 andreading matter suited to the holiday season No effort will be spared to make this the handsomest edition ever issued from a Palestine preis and it will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 5 December 1904

r a k ft i f ii > s DECLARED NOT GUILTY Jeh W Withers Acquitted on Charge of Violating Banking Lawi Eeaumont Dec 6 John W Withers was acquilted on charge of having vl oljhed rinkinR laws Evidence wai tgely documentary and technical Of ficers or banks In Kansas City Dallas and ot other cities were brought here together with certain ot the books of their respective banks to appear at tht behest of he government Withers who was the organizer and first president of the American Na- tional bank of Beaumont was charged In the indictment with etnbezzlemest abstraction and misappropriation cov- ering three separate transactions At the time of the orgaxization of the American National bank Wlhers vaa also the president of the First Nh tlonal bank of Howe Grayson coucty and It was In this connection the charges originated It being alleged that the funds of the former bank were fre quently used to aid the bank In Howe To Elect a Messenger Austin Dec C There will be a meeting here the 9th of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 5 December 1904

F u l I 3 l4 > > 4 > < l > 4 > < t4 < 44 > < > > 4 > Mastic Paint Sold on a Positive Guarantee rOR NORTH No 6 815 Jin No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm on business W T Williams of Columbia Texas is in tho city L Hamilton and O Wood of Kilgore are in the city R H Thompson of Henderson was in tho city yesterday Fred Dodgen and Willie Winn spent Sunday in Oakwoods Archie Forbes wife and baby left this morning for a visit to Dallas l v JEfeifta a fine touch of winterand we MBexgeet wore of ihe same sort Louis Collatt after a visit here de parted for hisNew York home today Air tight heaters at the Bargain Store for 135 29 tf Earl Manley one of tho Herald car- riers is home from a visit to San An- tonio Mr and Mrs Pete Sullivan and Mr and Mrs Hugo Reitch aro visiting in Houston Ed Fuller of Waco after a couple of davs with friends here went north this morning Elmer Long has returned to Love lady where he is employod as assist- ant station agent Charlie Milburn n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 6 December 1904

PALESTINE D1ILY HERALD H VOL III NO 130 PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 6 1904 J Milburn Miss Lillye Milburn and Mr Sam Simmons wore united in the holy bonds of matrimony Dr Sellers of the Baptist church officiating Only the relatives and afew friends were pres- ent Tho house was beautifully dec orated in chrysanthemums roses and ferns After tho ceremony the guests wore invited into the diningroom where refreshments wero sorved In four courses The bride wore a brown traveling dress and carried chrysanthemums and ferns She was attended by Miss Hannah Lowenthal as maid of honor Mr Chas Milburn brother of tho bride acted as best man Miss Lillye is one of Palestines most charming young ladies Tho groom is a worthy young man Tho wedding was a complete surprise to many They havo tho best wishes of all their friends A Guest Entertained at Dinner Sunday evening Mrs A R Howard entertained at dinner Mesdamos D A Nunn Wooters Craddock and Earl Adams all of Crockett and on their way ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 6 December 1904

I CONGRESS IN SESSION AGAIN National Lawmakers Gather Tor the Last Session OF PRESENT HOUSES Capitol Building Is Thronod With Sightseers and the Galleries Are Cronded With Elegant Arrayed Kemlniultjr Washington Dec 6 The last ses- sion of the Flftyplghth congress was called together at noon Monday The opening1 was under the usual Interest- ing conditions and amid those scene that for years have made the reassem- bling of congress among tho notable events of the country Hundreds of sightseers thronged the corridors and crowded Into galleries to witness the formal proceedings From one end of the capltol building to the other the busy tread of statesmen and the flut- ter of femininity distinguished the oc- casion from any other In the ofllclal or nodal calendar year Trom the lethargy which character- ized Washington since orly spring the city awakened to a new era and heralded with apparent Joy the day which opens both the ofllclal and the social season The streets were crowd- ed with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 6 December 1904

map mGjr do if he were to come for It and find It Well let us get In anyway cried the older girt Bhe sprang Into the boat like a cat Homer could scarcely hear her feet touch the seat Then she stepped light- ly from one seat to another to the stern Come Homer she said smiling at him Dontgo Homer said Cella The boat doesnt belong to us There can be no harm In getting Into It he replied wavering between the two Come Interposed Delia before the other could speak again And she held out her hand to him He grasped it and was drawn into the boat When his fingers touched hers he did not need to step he seemed to float to a seat In the center of the boat where he sat down As soon as he was seated Delia pushed off He wondered what he should do Seeing an oar beside him he cast about for its mate When he looked up there In the stern sat Cells He could not understand how she came to be on board Well have a ride said Delia The- y Is lovely the water Is quiet We can enjoy ourselves for awhile and V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 6 December 1904

f v i J I Mastic Paint o 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 Moore CZL Ballew Arriial and Departure of Trains ntOU NOKTB No 31110 sm No 11205 pm No 5 730 pm NoS 815am No 2 8 pm No i 1010 pm ARRIVE rsou wzn No 6 730 am No 4 10 pm DEPART roR WXST No 11225 pm NoS 830pm raou SOUTH No 2 2 < 0 pm No < 940 pm TOR SOUTH Nol 1230 pm NoS 835pm PERSONAL MENTION P Bookelman of Oakwoods Is hore Hugh Barns of Taylor is in the city 8am Oohon went up to Jacksonville today O H Martin of Jacksonville is visit- ing the metropolis Local Agent Smith of the Singer of- fice went north this morning Mrs Bird of San Antonio is a guest of Mr and Mrs W E Swift Dont fall to visit Episcopal Bazaar before buying your Xmas presents It Yanoy Jones and Henry Wright went to Dallas last night on business The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Fore Is still criti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 6 December 1904

hr hrr V irv VMMMMNMtMMl MMW MMMIi MWMl MMMW Haviland China WE HAVE IN HAVILAND CHINA Celery Trays Relish Dishes Olive Trays Cake Plates Bullion Cups Tea Cupsand Saucers Dinner Plates Bread and Butter Plates After Dinner Coffees ALSO A BIG LINE OF Breakfast Beautiful 4 piece Sets Salad Bouls Choco- late Sets Vases Jugs Dec- orated and Plain Lamps Jardiners Toilet Sets and a full line of Decorated and Imported Chinawarc Branagan fc Brannan Temple Opera House W E SWIFT MANAGER Wednesday Dee 7 i TEDE j FAUST i MINSTREL All White Performers f I guarantee this a clean wholesome highclass at- traction the Ijest ever here V E SWIFT THATS ALL Prices 50 7S and 100 DRXY JLVIWC EL TRANSFER Prompt Careful and Satisfac tbry Service is Guaranteed Phone 736 H W PARKHILL All Kinds of Sewing Machines Repaired and all work Guaranteed Call at old Singer office opposite Opera House Oall and will give esti- mate on work J M FAGG A Round Silver Dollar Say about that stubborn caBO of Chills Are yon willin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 6 December 1904

u tion since organization our peo ple should take apride in making ii a success in the fullest measure Very few days remain in which to do your holiday advertising Sir Merchant The Herald goes to the people every day Palestine is to have a good roads convention Dec 13 and 14 This will be a very interesting meeting and all who can do so should attend Athens Knocker Ij Js a matter of general con v isip 0i cliurDbeXland Fvqsffinti and Garrison have been returned to their charges here They aro both Christian gentle- men and hard working pastors and have done much good in local church circles This cold snap has afforded the farmer his long looked for oppor tunity to kill his hogs and well bet theres something doing all- over Anderson county in this line This is one of the most im- portant annual events on the farm and coming as it does now just before the holidays it is a pleasant occasion with a guaran- tee of feasting all along Since gambling has been sup- pressed in El Paso the bank d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 7 December 1904

IB w IK i fc I fa 15 fr t f < V wJ > 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 M LACY For the Palestine District Pales- tine Gets Her Same Min- isters Other Notes The following appointments were made by the Methodist con- ference for the Palestine district J IJ Scars presiding cider Centenary church II C Willis Howard Avenue church Gus Garrison La Rue Circuit to be supplied Brushy Creek J F Pace Grapeland J W Morgan Kennard Miss J W Albritton Crockett II A Hodges Crockett Miss J 1 Murphy Mount Sel man J W Kelley Trinity and Lovelady G W Riley Grovcton Station Jesse Lee Alto D S Burke Rusk L B EIrod Rusk Mission to be supplied Elks Imperial Minstrels Prominent among the many talented artists engaged for tbo Elks big show will be Jas Copeland the Beau Brum mol of modern minstrelsy who will Introduce one of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 7 December 1904

> > TP ARRESTS MADE Bank President and Cashier Placed Tinder Heavy Bond STAETLING IS STOBX Atod Head of Citizens National Bank of Oberlln 0 Tells of Alleged i Inancial Transactions With Mrs Chadtrlck Cleveland O Dec 7 There were numerous new angles developed Mon- day tn conectlon with the affairs of lire Cassle L Chadwlck and the trou bios of the closed Citizens National bank of Oberlln O President C T Beckwlth and Cashier Frank Spear of the latter institution were brought her from Oberlln by United States Mar- shal Chandler and a deputy sheriff shortly before noon The bank officials were later arraigned before United States Commissioner Starek Both pleaded not guilty and waived a pre- liminary hearing Commissioner Sta rek fixed the ball at 10000 in each case and bound the two men over to the grand Jury which meets In Febru- ary next Spear was shortly after- ward released on a bond signed by M A lender excounty treasurer Late In the evening President Beckwlth se cured bondsmen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 7 December 1904

s ft r f Kftu U h I 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 i piece Breakfast Sets Salad Bowls Choco- late Sets Vases Jugs Dec- orated and Plain Lamps Jardincrs Toilet Sets and a full line of Decorated and Imported Chinaware Branagan Brannan Temple Opera House W E SWIFT MANAGER Wednesday Dec 7 TEDE FAUST MINSTREL All White Performers I guarantee this a clean wholesome highclass at traction the best ever here W E SWIFT THATS sSjffi v S ALL TWO NIGHTS Saturday Mat Com Friday December Shepards HighClass MOVING PICTURES Every sound Vocal and Mechanical per- fectly reproduced to suit the action of the picture Prices for Night 25 35 50c Matlnoe Prices 15 and 25c All Kinds o Sewing Machines Repaired and all work Guaranteed Call at old Singer office opposite Opera House Call and will give esti- mate on work J M FAGG For...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 7 December 1904

s r tit 7 mfs rT 1 aij 7 THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Texas Poatoffloe as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR TFI FDHOMF 444 = The Hamilton Boys You Know getting better prices by holding back the crop there is still the same possibility Working on the samegrinciplo on which the farm- ers uiivo been holding their cotton there is more need for united re- sistance now than ever It may bo too late to save this years crop from going at ruinous prices but there is a way out of future trou ble for the cotton farmer And that is to cut down the cotton acreage and divert his energies and soil into other channels of ag- riculture and horticulture by go- ing into the stock raising business and by becoming finally a partner in the manufacture of his cotton in the south SSfe pthalfW woaiidlitiflbe a rich agricultural state If there is more cotton raised this year than is needed and prices are down because there is no dem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 7 December 1904

I lift fK r v New Years Day In Quaint Japan Copyright ISM br C N Lurie iC debtors liquidate their bbllga tlons the Japanese wives renovate their establishments and wardrobes from toij to bottonl and if theyhave tany odd moments left utilize them in IbkUng rice cakes every doorway Is decorated with evergreens and every snan woman and child appears on New pears day in the streets in holiday cos < itume New Years day too with the Japanese takes the place of our Chrlst ma8 and every fjiend must be provid- ed with a gift J Formerly r following the Chinese reckoning of the seasons Japan cele brated the new year toward the end of February with the spring revival and awakening of nature but with the Westernization of the empire the Chi mese calendar has joined the daimlos and the samurai in the limbo of the past Since 1873 the Japanese New Years day has been one with ours the fist of January 3 The Japanese old and young rise at dawn on New Years day to welcome therising sun and thus to g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 7 December 1904

w r + v i > io < J 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 respe t therefore the most econ- omical H R MOORE Successor to Moor CD Ballew PERSONAL MENTION Morris Mayfield of Tyler is here to- day Wood Starr is here from Jackson- ville Sol Maier was a passenger north this morning General Baggage Agent Taylor is in San Antonio Judge Stedman returned home from Austin last night Robert Abernethy is home from a flying visit to Galveston Mrs S A Taylor left this morning for Dallas to visit friends Dont fail to visit Episcopal Bazaar before buying your Xmas presents It Air tight heaters at the Bargain Store for 135 29 tf Mrs Wm Stedman mother of Judgo Stedman will return home tonight from a visit to Beaumont Judge Irving came in last night from Iron Mountain Michigan on a visit to his sons Ed and Will Irving The Rev Dr Ditzlor will preach at the Centenary Methodist church to- night at 715 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 8 December 1904

r I f V New THE Royal National Bank OF PALESTINE CAPITAL Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors S10000000 SIOOOOOOO 520000000 N R Royall President J W Wright VicePres Tucker Royail Cashier HampsonGary ViccPres C W Hanks AsstCash The large Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position and its established roputaion for Conservative Banking aro among the subscantial advantages offorod to present and pros- pective patrons 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 B irflr GOOD SHOW AND SMOKER The Ted E tine Elks Enjoy a Great Even- ing Together The Ted E Faust Minstrels were the attraction at tho Tomple opera bouse last night and it has boon a long time since Palestino has seen as good a minstrel show The company is not the largest ever soon here but every member of tho company is an artist and the wholo show mov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 8 December 1904

1 Bh 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 zTELEPHONE 444 = The Hamilton Boys Yon Know Take you hood of this As sure as you llvetheproducersaro the feeders and cloth- iers of the world State Topics Jeff McLcmorcs Austin paper that made such a hard fight on the present state ad- ministration has laid down the pen and gone dead President Roosevelt has au- thorized liis secretary to say to the American people that his children did not make an Iowa turkey hike about the White House grounds and furthermore that he did not show his teeth Its up to George Ade to dramatize this comedy Governor Vardaman the long- haired governor of Mississippi is getting a warm roast from man of his constituents because he in- timated that he didnt carcwheth er Eoosevelt liked the Mississippi part of the Worlds fair or not He should have said delighted The Herald has been busy very busy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 8 December 1904

Beauty of feature and beauty of foot are both equally to be desired Tbe Inffer can always be as sared by wearing C aiG SWTmpHE 6reen = WIieeler Shoes The GreenWheeler Shoes arc famous for elegance of fit ease and durability No ladys wardrobe is iktewitiioutfLcinl Thousands of Atncr ican women add their praise of tbe high quality o these Glioes Wc confine tbe sale to one dealer SHOES Ladies Fine Dress Shoes Very latest styles former price 360 onr PQ 7C cut price Otil U Ladies Dongola Kid Shoes leather soles and counters former price CM QC S150 ourcut price glitd Ladies every day Shoes solid QKn leather cut price tfuu Hamilton Brown Shoes For flen America Solid Leather throughout former price on this shoe 100 PI OC ourcutprico liJ Mens dress shoos nice styles 01 in all sizes cut price < lilU Every shoo in this store has had the profit cut out of It Looks just as well as if the profit was in it wears just as well too Childrens shoos from 25c to 190 Tilt WATSON kmmmtefAi i I niir ai ...

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