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

u WELCOME TO JUDGE PARKER Judges lletuni o Practice of Law Celebrated by a Dining IS GUEST OF HONOR Former Secretary of War Itool Has Many Words of Praise For cx Justico anil the Latter Ex- presses Appreciation New York Dec 23 Hon Alton B Parker was the guest of honor Wed- nesday night at a dinner given at the WaldorfAstoria by ISO Democrats and Republicans of the bench and bar It was given to honor the former chief justices return to the practice of law Former Justice Herrick was also pres- ent Justice Jlarjan OBrien of the appellate division of the supreme court was the presidlnr odlcer The speak- ers Included former Governor F S Black former Secretary of War Ellhu Hoot William S Hornblower and Judge Parker Mr Root paid a high tribute to Judge Parker Said Mr Root In part It Is no cause of regret that you have laid down Judicial honors to be- come u member of the bar No nobler office can e assumed by any man than the great office you will take But with all that my dear Judge we wis...

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

Kj Shelled Almonds Shelled Pecans Cit- ron Orange Feel Chestnuts Dates Figs Candies and Candy Novelties Telephone IO4 Temple Opera House 26 W EStylFTMANAGER COMMENCING 00 MONDAY DEC ZO ONE WEEK MR ALBERT TAYLOR AND UIS PEERLESS Stock Company Including Eighteen People and 6 BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS G The Opening Bill Will Be A Man From Mexico Special Matinee Monday at 2H0 PRICES 25 35 AND 50 CTS GET YOUR BICYCLES FOR CHRISTMAS FROM H V PRATHER AVENUE A We aro having a special sale on all kinds of plain and fancy Chinawaro this weok Call and get our prices BRANACJAN IJUANNAN One Rfiinute Cough Cure 11 Colds and For Coughs Grand ew I ears Bail JONESlnGHESTRA I At City Hall FRIDAY DECEMBER 30 f Remember Date ag l H Holiday OPPORTUNITIE P A Kolstad Bro THE OLD RELIABLE JEWELERS SANTA GLAUS HEADQUARTERS SAWYER NEMER 201 Main Street 108 N Sycamore Street AH Foreign and Domestic Fruits Candies Cigars Tobaccos Etc Fish and Oysters or the Holidays OUR PATTERN DEPARTMENT No SIC Ladles Tailored Jack...

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

ft 1 f iT THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondOJahs Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR TPIB PHONE 444 Tin richest man in the world is the one who lias a house full of EditoesJand Proprietors Tho Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 500 Tako you hood of this As sure as you Ilvotho producers aro the feeders and cloth- iers of the world Among f roe men thoro should bo no SdTl > mastors but Justice and duty and love cf right and followman PALESTINE TEXAS DECEMBER 23 1904 MRS CHADWICK If I were Mrs Ohadwick And Mrs Ohadwick I Some folks of my acquaintance Would lay them down and die I know some wealthy people With stocks and bond and such Of whom Id make tomorrow A milliondollar touch Id open wide in mangums And live extremely high If I were Mrs Ohadwick And Mrs Ohadwick I If I were Mrs Ohadwick And Mrs Ohadwick I Id play em to the limit If the limit were the sky My friend...

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

TAX WAS IMPROPER Immigration Commissioner Holds It Should Not Be Collected Laredo Dec 23 A decision has Just been rendered by the commissioner of Immigration at Washington which Is of great Interest to peifcons livingalonjr the border who are not citizens of either republic Some time ago Francisco L Laguno a Spaniard by birth but long a resi- dent of the United States and who has declared his Intention to become a citizen had occasion to cross Into Nuevo Laredo on business and on his return the immigration Inspector col- lected 12 head tax claiming that he was an alien passenger arriving In the United States The tax was paid un- der protest The commissioner has decided that the tax was Improperly assessed The decision In brief states that notwithstanding Mr Lagunos domicil pry rights In the United States he 1 still an alien and subject to the Im- migration laws but that In crossing the border on business while In a physical sense a departure fitom the United States can hardly be hel...

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

id always Get tho habit and soon you will not know how to frown This old world has cares enough with- out your grumbling And sufficient woe without your troubles So smile An easy road to sunshine and happi- ness leads right through Tomplos grocery store Try tho Templo route A CALL TO Christmas Buyers < 2Come and Look Your Judgment Will Tell You What to Do With pride and confidence in the Variety Richness and Completeness of our Beautiful Holiday stock we invite you to look through an uptodate line of Dolls Fancy Goods and Novelties China Notions Etc Our linoof Dolls is exceptionally strong embracing everything from the Cheapest thing in China to the Finest thing in Bisque H R Moore Druggist PERSONAL MENTION M A Davey is bomo for tho holi- days Labo Suggs and wife aro horo from Neches J F Weeks camo in from tho north at noon Mrs Numson is in Crockott visiting hor daughter Mrs A W Elkins is in Troupo vis- iting hor parents Mr Kennedy is horo from Mexico to spond the holidays Miss J...

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

VOL III NO 146 Choice Choice Choice Choice Choice Choice Choice Choice SI50 200 250 300 350 100 450 500 < > 50 750 Childs Childs Childs Childs Childs Childs Childs Childs Childs Child s Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Same Reduction will apply on Boys Overcoats riNE DAILY HERALD PALESTINE TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 24 1904 110 105 198 2 48 250 275 218 395 400 590 all ALL GOODS A1ARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES AND ONE PRICE TO ALL ALIKE n i dresden will be sold cheap f 5ana tuisSvcck Call and get prices Bhanagan Boxskxs GRAHAM BROS THE BIG STORE CORNER OAK AND JOHN STS 10 Cents a Week CHRISTMASBUY YOUR TOYS AND CHRISTMAS GOODS FROM THE OLD TOWN DRUG STORE CHRISTMA = THE = Royall Wationaf Bank CAPITAL OF PALESTINE Shareholders Liability 8ocurityto Depositors 810000000 10000000 20000000 N K Koyall President J W Wright VicePrcs Tucker Koyall Cashier Hampson Gaky VicePrcs C W Hanks Asst Cash The largo Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position aud...

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

S 9tF1W i PEOPLE WAIT THROUGH NIGHT Crotrils Staved About the Temple of Justice For Hours EXTBEMELYNERVOUS Kan Pattersons Nerves Completely Unstrung Wlillo Auultiu Thoso Haling Her Fate In Their Sole Keeping Xew Tork Dec 24 Even In the face of the certain knowledge of the news that the result of the Jurys delibera- tion would not be forthcoming until after lO oclock Friday scores of per- sons remained all night Thursday night around the criminal court building hoping to be the first to hear the ver- dict In the case of Nan Patterson Driv- en from building to building Just be- fore midnight when the Jury was locked up for the night by order of Justice Davis a curious crowd gather- ed in little knots about sheltered places in the vicinity to wait and speculate and ensure for themselves an advan- tageous position In line when the doors again opened Friday morning Even the hours when the dim light which came through the windows of the Jury room indicated the Jurors had given up argument...

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

m e Tin year so nearly ended has been a prosperous one to the Hik aii > therefore with reverent gratitude to God for His many mercies the publishers send greet ings to readers patrons friends and neighbors and wishes them one and all A Merry Christ- mas Acceding to the wishes of faithful and loyal employe there will be no paper Monday A Candy Special Beginning Monday Con do 3 Bros tho candy makers will sell all 20c per lb candies at 15c and all 25c per lb can- dies at 20c Theso prices for tho holi day trado only tf Hot Drinks Hot coffeo hot chocolato and all kinds of buillon at Condos Bros Try them if Got a sot of thoso Haviland after dinner coffoos Thoy aro closing them out this week at Biianaoan Bkannans A ° r THE PALESTINE DABLY HERALD Entorod in tho Palestino Texas Postofllce as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editobsand Pbopiuetors TELEPHONE 444 = Tho Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 8...

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

w Is m We often refer to the doctors Why Because we make medicines for them We give them the formula for Ayers Cherry Pectoral and they prescribe it for coughs coldsbronchitis consumption Wc trust them they trust us Ask your own doctor about taking this medicine Your JCAyerC Lowell Mb OPPORTUNITIES P A Kolstad Bro THE OLD RELIABLE JEWELERS And will appreciate a continuation of your liberal pat- ronage guaranteeing to give your orders the same care- ful attention that has made trading at our store so satis- factory in the pist Call on us and we will r T Treat You Right t WEEKS JACKSON TYTTYYYY YYYYYYTYYYYYYYYTY TTTYTTYYYYYYT7TYTYYTYYYTYT l J E > Back Home We are pleased to announce to our trade that we are back in our Home again and glad to be there- with a big Hue of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS PRODUCE AND FEED FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS AND BEST BRANDS OF FERTILIZERS SAM ROLLINS TRANSFER LINE j All KindB of Hauling Moving Household Goods and Pianos Specialty Office with E Fore...

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

r SLEW THIRTYEIGHT Lieutenant and ThirtySeven Native Scouts Killed by Pulajanes Manila Dec 24 The Pulajanes have ambushed and killed at Dolores on the Island of Samar a lieutenant and thir tyseven enllsed men of the Thirty eighth company of native scouts Two thousand Pulajanes It Is reported threaten the town of Dolores and the situation is said to be critical Lieu- tenant Abbott In command of the scouts has requested that aid be sent him RIO GRANDE DAM One Hundred and Eighty Thousand Acres Will Be Reclaimed EI Paso Dec 24 The land owners of New Mexico and Texas who will benefit by the construction of the great dam across the Rio Grande at Elephant Butte met in Las Cruces X 11 to form themselves into an association so that they can enter Into a contract with the government for the comple- tion of the work as soon as congress gives Texas the right to participate The construction of the dam means the reclamation of 1S0O0O acres of arid land above and below El Paso and the work Is assu...

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

uT li A CALL TO from Ashvillo N 0 to spend Christ- mas at homo District Attornoy Jo A McDonald wont to his Athens homo yesterday to spend Christmas Mr and Mrs Glen Wright of Mart aro spending tho holidays with friends and relatives in tho city Mrs W W Love and family loft last night for Mart to spond tho holi- days Dad Love is keeping bach Miss Mattie Vinson teaching school at Nacogdoches is here to spend tho holidays with her cousin Mrs Gray Boulwaro Miss Bessie Robinson is home from school for the holidays She is at- tending tho Presbyterian Collogo at Milford Texas Judge J F Onion came in from San Antonio last night to join Mrs Onion and to spond Christmas with Mr John Young and family Youll have to hurry if you want to cot the pick of holiday goods at tho Bargain Store Theyre going fast tf J E Bonds Prop Editor S J Thomas camo in from Comancho last night to join his fam- ily who preceded him and they will spond tho holidays with Rev Isaac Sellers and family For Sale My homo plac...

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

V PALESTINE DllLY HERALD VOL III NO 147 Tlio iargo Capital of this bank its strong FiLwiclal Position and its established reputaJon for Conservative Banking aro among the substantial advantages offered to present and pros- pective patrons I OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK OF Shoes Hats Clothing and Gentlemen Furnishing Goods Strictly Cost FOR CASH UNTIL JANUARY 1ST 1905 W M LACY Choice of our S150 Childs Suits Choice of our 200 Childs Suits 250 Childs Suits 300 Childs Suits Choice of our Choice of our Choice of our Choice of our Choice of our Choice of our Choice of our Choice of our 350 Childs Suits 100 Childs Suits 450 Childs Suits 500 Childs Suits 050 Childs Suits 750 Child s Suit PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY AETERNOON DECEMBER 27 1904 WAS SLUGGED ROBBEDfiR AND ROBBED Mr W SI Thompson the Victim He Lost i Roll of Over 500 Mr V M Thompson grocery mer- chant on Main street a few doors from the postofllce was slugged and robbed Christinas eve night and mon- ey to the amount of something moro than ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 27 December 1904

f I s ARE TO RESEAT GOV PEABODY Iteported There Is a Plan on Foot to That SuJ CLAIM A PRECEDENT This Radical Programme Is Bitterly Opposed bj Conserratlre Itepub Jlcans and the Democrats J Will Fight It m Denver Dec 27 If the fifteenth General Assembly of Colorado which Is to meet Wednesday Jan 4 shall effectuate the plans formulated by the managers of the Republican post election campaign Governor Peabody may serve as chief executive of this state for two years more despite the fact that Alva Adams still has nearly 10000 plurality The votes of five Denver precincts were thrown out bodily by order of the supreme court In consequence of frauds exposed In contempt proceedings against election officials There will be a Republican major- ity of thirty or more In the general assembly which will canvass the vote for staet officers It Is proposed to have the general assembly appoint a special contest committee of nine to twelve men to which will be submit- ted the evidence of wholesale ele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 27 December 1904

LAWSONS ATTACK ON WALL STREET He Predicts a Day of Reckoning For Frenzied Finance System ETAMJAED OH METHODS ATTACKED Boiton Financier Telln James CraeN man Thnt III CampalKn Asruliit the Whole ltotlcn Scheme Will Be Carried on In Deadly Knrnent to the EndPublicity III Only Inurn ment He Sujm All through the critical busincas bourn of Frlduy Dec 9 when Thomas V Lawson master spirit In the pres- ent extraordinary war against Stand ardOil finance in Wall street was re- ported to be locked up with H H Rok era generalissimo of Standard Oil per- fecting the details of a settlement for 0000000 all throuch that anxious time when the stock tickers and news- papers of the country were trying to EU063 the meaning of Mr Lawsons sudden silence and Inaccessibility he was standing in his quiet room In Youngs hotel at Boston explaining the situation to the public says James Crcelman in the New York World Although I sat In the room with blm almost from the time the stock market opened until long af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 27 December 1904

THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Texas Postofllco as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR t E L E P H O N E 4 44 the agents of tho corporate pow- ers Georgetown Commercial 2Jo doubt the lobby is powerful and works while the honest voter is asleep but it is to be sincerely hoped tho people will get the best of the fight this time That it pays a community to tax itself to make good roads is proved by the statement of Judge Corse at the Palestine Good Roads convention He said that Hays county has issued 70000 bonds for road improvement and that San Marcos has grown more in eighteen months since the roads were built at a cost of 10000 per mile than it had in thirty years before Nacogdcchcs Sentinel Yes twentyfive or thirty miles of good macadem road through Anderson county and leading to Palestine would more than double in value every acre of land it touched and would be worth more to the city and county than two or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 27 December 1904

r Officp Fell Into Arms of Brother Sheriff Expiring Instantly Sherman Tex Dec 27 AVhile en route from Huso I T with two men fcharged with robbing the Flore of W WC Jones Co of considerable silk Sheriff William Russell of Hugo was shot and the two men who were hand- cuffed together escaped from the train Exclaiming I am killed the officer fell Into the arms of Sheriff W S Russell of Grayson county and exphed The tragedy occurred at a snitch near Mndlll where the train had stopped Territory Sheriff W M Russell left Hugo I T Saturday afternoon hav- ing In his custory the two men detain- ed at Hugo Sheriff IV S Russell and W C Jones of Sherman were passengers on the same train which was bound for Jla dill at which point It would make con- nection with the southbound Frisco train for Sherman At Alsworth flag station near Mead Junction while the train was at a standstill and the train crew was look- ing after a hot box one of the prison- ers drew a pistol secured In some un explalnable ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 27 December 1904

r k t Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 31110 am No 11203 pm NoC 730 pm FOR NORTH No 6 815 am No 2 3 pm No 41010 pm ARRIVE rnov west NoC 730am No 4 10 pm DEPART FOR WEST No 1 1225 pm No 5 630 pm i rnoM south No 2 210 pm No I 940 pm FOR SOUTH No 1 1230 pm NoE 835 pm PERSONAL MENTION WillardSnow is hero visiting rela- tives Willie Winn spent Christmas at Marquez Col E O GriOln of San Antonio is in tho city Dee Dunk spent Sunday with rela- tives in Buffalo Ira Shotwoll of Oakwoods is in tho city on business Dr O E Busby of Marshall was here to spend Christmas LeonSaudefur is here from Mar- shall a guest of relatives J W Lane and Claude Scarborough spent yestorday at Oakwoods Mike Lamb has returned to Spring after spending Christmas here Col Goo W Burkitt andEd Howell went up to Tyler this morning Judge O L Brachfleld of Henderson was a visitor to tho city yesterday Mr and Mrs Elmo Pearson of Hous- ton are guests of relatives in tho city Quite a number of Palestine people we...

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

I VI I v VL jSSJg CAPITAL Shareholders Liability Security to Depositors msPX 10000000 310000000 20000000 N R Kovail President J W Wkight VicePrcs Tdokkr Koyall Cashier HampsonGaky VicePros C W Hanks AsstOash The largo Capital of this bank Its strong Financial Position and its established roputaJon for Conservative Banking are among the substantial advantages offered to present and pros- pective patrons AT COST I OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK OF Shoes Hats Clothing and Gentlemen Furnishing Goods At Strictly Cost FOR CASH UNTIL JANUARY 1ST 1905 JNl LACY THAT GENERAL OFFICE CASE The Case of Tyler vs Cotton Belt Will Be Heard by Court of Appeals Jan 5 The case of tho City of Tylor and Citizons vs the St Louis Southwestern Railroad is set for hearing before tho Galveston district court of appeals Jan 5th The caso was tried beforo the district court of Smith county about one year ago when tho jury re- turned a verdict for tho City of Tyler after hearing tho testimony and argu- ment of council on ...

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

W r t > r DODGE SUFFERS FROM SICKNESS Clwrhs t Doilgt Under the Constant Cure of a Physician IS A VERY SICK MAN Ills Condition Is Reported as Heing Due to Reaction Resultant on Incitement of Arrest Ex- tradition and elease New Tork Dec 28 Charles F Dodge who returned from Texas last week in charge of United States Mar- shal Hanson to answer to a charge of perjury suffered a collapse In his room at the Broadway Central hotel Monday aid a physician was speedily summon- ed Later a second physlcui was called In consultation During the remainder of the day one of the medical men was In constant attendance Assistant At- torney Garvan colled on Dodge and was asked concerning his condition He replied Mr Dodge Is a very sick man and under the constant care of a jhyslclan He Is suffering from sore throat malaiia and general undermin- ing of live system County Detective Jesse one of the dKtrlct attorneys office force guard In Dodge said he was In a highly ner- vous state as a result of the ...

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

LOYALTY OF JAPANESE Readincss of the Soldiers to Die For Their Country DISDAIN OF DEATH NOT THE OAUSE Baron Snyemntnu Saj n Japan Fishtera Value Life n > Highly a Jlny Soldiers but Tliey Have Al rrnj Uocn Taught Tliat Duly anil Honor Dcmnnd Their Ilendlneaa o Sacrlflce Life lu Tluie of Icrll Baron K Suycinatsu Japans fore- most statesman and financier tells In the New York American why the Jap- anese soldier Is ever ready to lay down his life for his country Why is the love of country so strong in the Japanese Hon I It that lie who knows how to light and does light like a lion in battle Is capable of ex Dressing the tendercst sentiments What Is the moral code of Japan Why is it that the Japanese soldiers do not seem to care for their lives at all but attack their enemy with a reckless daring which surpasses that of any other soldier Is it his religion which teaches him contempt of death These are questions which I am ask- ed to answer every day and 1 shall in these lines try to l...

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