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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 24 January 1905

THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Texas Postofllce as SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted EDITOBa AND PBOPHIETORS TELEPHONE 4 44 The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENT THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 500 ment The Far East disasters added fuel to the smouldering fire of dis content and suddenly this ire has burst into flame Students of history have foreseen the in evitable end They look for the worst but out of scenes of car nage fearful bloodshed and revo lution better conditions will sure ly come There is no longer room in all the world for such governments as that of Russia A GOOD TIP Mr Sam H Dixon who is in the city to attend the meeting of the State Truck and Fruit Grow ers Association tomorrow says he will begin a movement to or ganize a Fruit Carnival associa tion to hold annual exhibits at some suitable place This is a good tip to Palestine one worth taking hold of Hous ton has already put in her claim for the enterprise but as i...

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. — 24 January 1905

fc 5 BUT 4 1 JB I 1 1 1 E SOWE Henry By Seton Continued Fnosi Yesterday CHAPTER XVIII TTA did not move wlion Stein tuetz approached except In deed to push one foot farther out toward the warmth of the ood fire She certainly was very neat ly shod Stelumetz was one of her few failures She had never got any near er to the man r I wonder wiiy she said looking Into the lire you hate inc XI wonder why you think that of me he leplied One cannot help perceiving that which is obTioas Wlille that which is purposely made obvious m serves to conceal that which may exist behiud it replied the stout man j Iftta paused to retlect over this Was Sieinmetz going to make love to her She was not an inexpeiienced girl and knew that there wai > nothing Impossi ble or een improbable in the thought She wondered what Kail Stcinuielz must hae been like uhen he was a young man How could she know that his manner was ulwujs easiest his attitude always polltist towatd the wo men whom he depihed In his way thi...

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. — 24 January 1905

J m City Tax Collectors Office Open Until 7 OCIock At Night Until February the First Arrival and Departure of Trains rnosj NORTH No 11210 pm NoG C5Spm ItR NORTH No 6 880 am No 41003 pm ARRIVE rsox WEST No 8 730 am No < 953 pm DEPART FOR WEST No I 1230 pm No 6 745 pm raoM south No 2 403 pm No 4 930 pm TOR 80UTH No 1 1233 pm No 5 800 pm PERSONAL MENTION Melburns There is purity in Alamo Coffeo Cookes Shoery T O Davis went north this morning Fred Daggett spont Sunday in the city Alamo is a panaeca to tho nervous system Hon S A McMeans left today for Tyler and Gilmer on legal business For Sale Household furniture at 408 John street 24 Gt Alamo Ooffeo a Turkish delight Sold by Hooker and is out of sight Melburns W B Smith of Nechos was in the city today on his way to Alabama on a two months visit Miss Georgia Mitcholl returned to Marshall today after a few days visit Jo friends in the city J W Mills a prominent merchant of Brushy Creek was a pleasant caller at the Herald office today ...

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. — 25 January 1905

w C a 1 f PAY YOUR POLL TAX PAY IT TODA TOMORROW THE Royal I National Bank = = OF PALESTINE CAPITAL Shareholders liability Security to Depositors S10000000 10000000 520000000 N E Royall President J W Wright VioePres Tooker Eoyall Cashier Hampson Gary ViccPrcs C W Hanks Asst Cash Tho large 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 AAAAiLAAAAAAAAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A JU vi rat tee FARM LANDS ALONG THE DENVER ROAD IN NORTHWEST TEXAS THE PAN HANDLE l Are advancing in value at rate oi 20 per cent per annum Do You Know of Any Equal Investment As our assistance may be of great value toward securing what you need or wish as regards either Agricultural Proper ties or Business Opportunities and will cost nothing why not use us Drop us a postal X A GLISSON General Passenger Agent 5fe SS irlortjWorth jjexas i tfjryyTvyyvTTyvywvTWTvvTTTYTTTTvrywy...

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. — 25 January 1905

lit to the head Anything to stop that fellows disclosures that is anything but a showdown And on top of the exasperating flashlight of Lawsons Frenzied Finance came the miserable sblunderofj the great Standard Oil nattonal ba tainlg ttftg eaagllF fmu abrace game of stock wash ing Lest you forget pay that tax poll Last nights freezo must have slipped up on the weather man Go today and qualify yourself as a Texas citizen entitled to vote at all coming elections All desirable residence houses in Palestine are occupied ex cepting a few whose owners have not yet been convinced they are asking too much rent Lawson has proven conclusive ly that the penitentiaries of the country are not near so full of prominent men as they should be The greatest thieves have not yet been penned Yes its 11 fnct Palestine has several vacant business houses and some of them would make ex cellent stands for good business concerns that might wish to get into a good town Tho first come first served for they will...

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. — 25 January 1905

it SOWERS tchh you Uappincni ud Oitrlnn That is one of tho piivilegcs of a gieit love whether it brings liipplne > s or S tmisery the contempt for all who bun never Known It While they iciualued thus the sound of slelghbulls on the quiet English quiv niade itself heard thiough the double windows There was a clang of muiv tones and the horses pulled up with a Jerk The color left IsitrlnttH face quite middeiily as If wiped nvvay leav ling her ghiKtly She vvus going to sec Iuul and hl wife jlreseutly the iloor opened and ItUi ca ine Into the room with the iudomita ble assurance wlilcli characterized her ivnioveiuents mitl earned for her a ln t of femiiiliie enemies Miiic la Comtes slie said with e llier moNt gracious smile taking the Impliaud offeied to her by the Count LnuovilCh Catrlna stood in the embrasure of window hating her aul followed on ills wifes heels nrcely coneciling hl boredom He not n society man Catrlna came forward and exchanged a foimal bow with Etta who took In h...

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. — 25 January 1905

> M F City Tax Collectors Office Open Until 7 Oclock At Night Until February the First Arrival and Departure of Trains rOR NORTH No 8 880 am No < 1005 pm ARRIVE DEPART FOR WEST No 1 1230 pm No 6 745 pm Miss FJoy Rowland of TOR SOijTH Nol 1231 pm No 5 800 pm PERSONAL MENTION This is some cold weather again There is parity In Alamo Coffee Jim Condos went up to Tyler today Will Ligon of Beaumont is in the cityAbo Abo Rich came in from the north at noon H Loekwood of Rockdale is here on business Editor J A Palmer of Huntsvillo is In the city Melburns Dabney White of Tyler arrived in the city at noon ChaB Madden and W R Dean of Crockett are here R H Heath of Pittsburg is attend ing the truck growers mooting Alamo Coffee a Turkish delight Sold by Hooker and Is out of sight The Georgia Minstrels will bo the cttration at the opera house this even Hr V Tyler arrived in the city at noon to visit Miss Grace Gould Miss Templeman who visited at tho Greenwood borne returned to Nava sota yes...

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. — 26 January 1905

J fcMWIJB PALESTINE r VOL III NO 173 uw pg ofi cr OVr asi wkbJ y iwi tfwuy iMffr < i wwW Wto PALESTINE TEXAS THURSDAY FTERNOON JANUARY 26 1905 lie total number Riches is shown of car loads at 791 to es 272 Irish potatoes 553 ge 63 onions 358 cucum 7and mixed cars 60 This a grand total of 2410 cars osc who love to delve in fig v iay do some interesting cal ions on this basis For in c if the average train bo com Lef 21 cars there were more 100 solid train loads of vege noved b the International 2t season being an avcrago iOtit two train load < each fast amount of revenue de from this truck and placed pockets of Texas truckor be computed with eonsider Irtainty The amount ac to the railroads from such tc is also subject to accurate jtion nnd it may here bo ithat it is regarded of so moment to the lines that jreputting forth their best es tonot only keep up the nstrj mtjo have it in yoar t of the year before as a mathematician may also icate what Texas truck farmers will be shippin...

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. — 26 January 1905

r rx it street and ample car sheds at the passenger depot How delight fully generous that would be The Herald acknowledges re ceipt of invitation from Col An derson of the Southern Pacific to go on that 1000 mile hunting trip on horseback but conditions pre vent our accepting the chief one being that we are requested to put up 5 a day for expenses No thanks we are too busy chasing the elusive dollar with whichto buy the babies shoes NEAR FRANKSTON Special Correspondence Near Frankston Jan 23 Dear Editors Here I come again with the news from this part of the county There is some sickness around in this neighborhood On lust Friday night the death angel visited the home of Mr Sam Tubbs and took from him his wife who had been confined to her bed for two weeks with pneu monia She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs G H Dickson Sue was buried at the Miller graveyard Sunday afternoon She leaves a husband four children and ninny other relatives to mourn her loss Prof Dennis Brown went to Palesti...

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. — 26 January 1905

W hejdi iognlielt f ifpave more ofM de Chaux jlllejthau you have she said gravely Hefisone of those men of whom worn Jdosee more When men are pros Hlie loses confidence like a cur when jT thorougbbred terrier Is about He dislikes you I should take care to give M de Chauxvllle a wide berth if I were you Paul She had risen after glancing at the clock She turned down the page of hor book and looking up suddenly met bis eyes for a moment only TWe are not likely to drop Into a closefriendship said Paul But bo sgomlng to Tbors twenty miles from Ostcino There was a momentary look of anxiety In the girls eyes whleh she urned nway to little Tim Sorry for that she said Poe Herr Stelnnictr know It Xot yet jMaggie paused for a moment She Straclng with the tip of her linger a pattern stamped on the binding of the book it would eem that she had something more to say Then sad denly she went away without saying It In the meantime Claude de Chaux Vllle bad gently led th Countess Littio vitch to Invi...

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. — 26 January 1905

Zjr fo c i J t J > v cfTsweeTf Money enough to buy a Lox of ftiis Then be thankful I It means so much to have c box of Ayers Pills always in the house Just one piil at bedtime now and ri then and you need have no fear of bilious attacfcssickhcndp aches indigestion constipation SoldTorjSJxty City Tax Collectors Office Open Until 7 OCIOCk At Night Until February the First PERSONAL MENTION Melburns O Roe Hall went to Oakwopds this afternoon Thos Jackson roturned from San Antonio last night A Q Burton Is home from a busi ness trip to North Texas Loo Davidson and family are home from a visit to Houston Melburns J M Brien son of Mrs W S Brien arrived from Memphis today to visit his mother and sister Mrs L P Ohubback of Port Huron Michigan is the guest of her daugh ter Mrs 0 M Wood Melburns A W Phillips of Missouri and daughter Mrs Wm Holt of Shreve port are visiting at the home of Maj Phillips Rev and Mrs Brazelton left for their Kentucky home today after a visit to Rev Brazeltons sist...

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. — 27 January 1905

m v i fci > L TRICE 2ndVlce Pres and GcnT Manager rr = THE Roy ail National Bank = OF PALESTINE OAPITAL Shareholdora Liability Security to Depositors 810000000 810000000 S20000000 N K SoyaTiL President J W Wright VicePros Tucker Royail Cashier HampsonGary ViccPres C W Hanks AsstCash The Jarge Capital of thiB bank its strong Financial Position and its established reputation for Conservative Banking aro among the substantial advantages offered to present and pros pective patrons kAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJKAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAr p > h FARM LANDS ALONG THE DENVER ROAD IN NORTHWEST TEXAS THE PAN HANDLE i Are advancing in value at rate oi 20 per cent per annum i Do You Know of Any Equal Investment As our assistance may be of great value toward securing what you need or wish as regards either Agricultural Proper ties or Business Opportunities and will cost nothing why not use us Drop us a postal GLISSON General For p < AAAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA B TWO FAST TRAINS BETWEEN Passenger Agent ...

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. — 27 January 1905

lit THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Texas Poetofflce as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR TELEPHONE 4 44 The Hamilton Boys You Know Take you heed or this As auro as you llvotho producers are the feeders and cloth iers of the world BY THE YEAR 8500 Russia is now collecting some of her back troubles Good people are still coming to Anderson county As our county gets better advertised more peo ple will come here and help us develop our wonderful resources Axd a tobacco producer too Old Anderson i9 coming to the front According to government reports we have more good to bacco lands than any county in Texas The Galveston News comment ing on the flood of bills being in troduced at Austin says that the one thing needful down there is a waste basket big a9 a cistern without any bottom to it The cold and freezing weather will put many dollars into the truck growers pockets Pales tine Herald Suppose you mean the loss o...

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. — 27 January 1905

fit it I it Ear me SOWER CONTINUKDlFllOU YESTERDAT CHAPTEIt XXI TEARING howling wind from the north from the bound A less uow clad plains of Russia that lie between the Neva iinl Ithe Yellow sea a jrray sky washed over as with a huce brush dipped In dirty whitening and the plains of Tver a spotless dazzling level of snow The snow was falling softly and steadily falling in little more than fflne powder with a temperature 10 degrees below freezing point Across the plain of Tver before the inorth wind a single sleigh was tenrimr as fast as horse could Iny hoof to ground and the track of it was as u line drawn from point to point across a map mapA striking feature of the winter of northern Russia Is the glorious uneer tainty of its snowfalls At Tver the Vweatherwise had said The snow has not allfallen yet More Is coming It is yellow In Hip sky although March Is nearly gone The landlord of the hotel a good enough resting place facing the broad Volga had urged upon M le Trlnce the advisab...

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. — 27 January 1905

tv w t R > F g g jj gpyy w > ni JTIVHT m T I WMJL vf A cough medicine over sixty years old This must mean merit solid genuine merit It certainly must be true that Ayers Cherry Pectoral cures coughs colds croup bronchitis asthma Ask your own doctor to explain whyjt strengthens weak throats and heals inflamed lungs City Tax Collectors Office Open Until 7 Oclock At Night Until February the First Arrival arid Departure of Trains FROM NORTH No 11210 pm No B 655 pm rOB NORTH No 8 8J0am No 11005 pm ARRIVE rnox west No 8 730 am No i 055 pm DEPART FOR WEST Nol 1230 pm No 5 745 pm rnoa boutb No 2 405 pm No I 930 pm roR SOUTH Nol 1235 pm No 6 800pm PERSONAL MENTION Melburns s Pay your poll tax Do it today Frank Morris went north this morn ing B D Dashiell of Jewett is in the cityCarl Carl DnPuy of San Antonio is in tho city on business John S Arrington of Crockett is here on business W H Welch is homo from a pleas ure trip to San Antonio Col T M Campbell returned from Austin this morning...

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. — 28 January 1905

r PALESTINE Djltrr HERALD OL III NO 175 LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA a aa A FARM LANDS ALONG THE DENVER ROAD IN NORTHWEST TEXAS THE PAN HANDLE Are advancing in value at rate oi 20 per cent per annum Do You Know o Any Equal Investment As our assistance may be of great value toward securing what you need or wish as regards either Agricultural Proper ties or Business Opportunities and will cost nothing why not use us Drop us a postal rA GLISSON General Passenger iCVljort Worth Texas jT TXET 34 12 Hours 1 12 Days San Antonio to flexico City Via I G N R R Laredo < National R R of Mexico Correspondingly as QuIcK From All Texat Points Via I CD G N New Fast Service Between Dallas Fort Worth Austin San Antonio ASK AGENTS OR WRITE L TRICE 2ndVIce Preeand Gcnl Manager D J PRICE GenI Passenger and Ticket TTTTTrTTVTVTTTVTVVrVTVTVt YTTYYTrTYYTYTWTVTYTVVTTY PALESTINE TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 28 1905 Agent YWTYyVTVTTV tTT fTT V AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY...

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. — 28 January 1905

i Colliers for January 28 calls attention to the inaugural address of Gov Stokes of New Jersey on January 17 in which ho showed balance Jf W J 94091898 in the treasury at the end of tho last fiscal year She collected from corporations S335154369 or nearly 78 per cent of the entire revenues of the state She did not raise a single cent by direct taxation 3etshe was able not only to meet all the usual expenses of a state govern ment but to develop a road sys tem embracing onethird of all the macadamized state roads of the union A single company organ ized some years ago paid the state treasurer S221000 for filing its articles of incorporation and has been paying S57000 a year over S1000 a week ever since Gov ernor Stokes calls warning atten tion to the fact that otherstates are bidding for this business and that in ten months of last year one of them secured incorpora tions representing a capital of 285553700 against only 313 569020 for New Jersey He says that for 3cars the policy of N...

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. — 28 January 1905

sfi By ed Stelnmetz rubblug his broad bands togetbcr anil looking down Into the face of Moggie who was busy at the break fast table ies answered the girl glancing toward Paul leaning against the win dow reading his letters Yes always gay Why not Karl Stelnmetz saw the glance It was one of the little daily incidents that one sees and half forgets Up only half forgot It 0 As she spoke ho half turned toward Paul as if suggesting that he should ptve on opinion and this little action had the effect of putting a stop to tins conversation Maggie bad plenty to say to Stelnmctz but toward Paul ber mental attitude was different She was probably unaware or this little factThere There she said after a pause 1 have obeyed Ettas instructions She does not want us to beglu I suppose So replied Paul She will be down In a minute I hope the princess Is not over tired said Stelnmetz with a certain formal politeness which seemed to ac company any mention of Ettas name Not at all thank you replied Et ta ...

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. — 28 January 1905

rRmaln Cuulil Selpct Frnnre an Tlvr Second ami Jupan the United Ji Staten lip Sny Then All nin > r mcrl Conlil He SatUfHctorllr Ad oitcd and Any 1urther Bloort t abed Averted Andrew D White diplomnt and member of Tlie Hague Intenintionnl < ipeace tribunal who whs recently in interviewed at Ithaca X 1 by Jnraes jxCreeltnnn for tlie New York World poke in part as follows about the out i 3 look for peace between Russia und Ja ti pan The fall of Port Arthur creates a Viituatlou iu which steps can properly be taken to end the wur between Jn ipuu and Russia I believe that this is u good time for an effort to secure peace Japan is in u position to show moderation aud fairness It Is lui probable that Russia will see another moineut in this war in which she can so well afford to accept overtures for a termination of the striiKKle in the field The heroic defense of Port Ar thur by the Russians aud the great victory of the Japanese ought to nal isfy the military pride of both nations 7 1...

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. — 28 January 1905

he people and i THE PRESIDENT The Christian Herald in a recent Is sue published letters from a large num ber of distinguished men and women throughout the Union in response to the question What in your opinion is the most desirable thing to be hoped for by Ote American people during the four years of President Roosevelts admin istration Extracts from a number of the letters are given below TDSH TVORK ON TIIE CJLKAIi Speaker J G Cannon We should advanco as rapidly as pot tho treat constructive work ot the Panama canal so that Itsbenefit to the worlds commerce and civilization will be fapeedlly realized and I hope that this great gateway of the worlds commerce trill strengthen the friendship of all na tions for the republic CTEIWATIONAIi AKMTBATIOX William P Frye president United rj Stntes senate A food government gives Its citizens tribunals for the determination of their rights and tolerates no resort to violence for that purpose International arbitra tlon is but an extension of thi...

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