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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 28 November 1903

A < 5 > h I H t By JOHN R MUSICK lattrar at Mjrsuriou Mr Howard Tk Dark Strsoicar ChirlU AUendolaa D ubl Bte Allrtthurwirra CHAPTER XVIII The Lost Found While the stirring events Just nar rated were transpiring In the grotto two men but a few miles below the Talley were making their way along the trail made in the snow by old Ben Holton and the Indians Can you follow It Glum asked the young man who was Clarence Berry Yes I kin follow it he answered The two travelers followed the trail ontil they came to where a portion of the tracks led up the stream and some went across the river Here Glum Ralston called a halt He stood looking at the footprints In the snow and shook his great shaggy old head like one in doubt Wall I want t tell ye Im a mite woolgathered the old man growled as he gazed at the footprints Its my opinion that well find the camp on the other side I see a light exelalmed Clarence Glum Ralston turned his eyes in the direction indicated and Bald Yes now I see it now...

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 November 1903

lu JPalwtxnegailg ralt W X H T I1AM1LT05 fob PALESTINE TEXAS Let tis have peace at least till spring is Russias latest motto Persons who arc looking for troublo Should try to organize a platonic friendship Maybe the Chinese eyes grew that way through the habit of looking as kance at Russia The humorists are going Into poli ties and the politicians arc becoming inccoscious humorists There says Lou Dillon 158 u she retires for the season I guess thatll hold em for a while Capt Hcrreshoff is rapidly getting welL Ho couldnt do anything that would please the people more Santo Domingo has been Inoculated Vith another revolution and there is every indication that it is going to take It is one thing to pay money to hear an old lady of CO sing but it is an other thing to pay money to hear Pat U sing In Germany there are tile roofs that have been on buildings for GOO years This must bo very discouraging to th3 roofers David B Kill has no cause to feel discouraged over his matrimonial prospect...

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 November 1903

uu < < 4 < < < 4A < < < PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas PostolHce as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR t ELEPHONE is something like 2000000000 ing read the complaints of the hve lady opcrator towit bushels oats 800000000 bush young Misses R1103 Jones Lula Kingcr Mattic Kcrsh Dollie Jones and Agnes Mnlloy and believing the els wheat 650000000 bushels These crops form the basis of national prosperity of which we muiic to be just and reasonable hear so much but the necessity I and haying confidence in the abil Jty and integrity of said young who of protecting the farmers Editors and Proprietors 444 The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 500 Take you hood of this As sure as you llvetheproducorsare the feeders and cloth iers of the world Among froomon there should bo no masters but Justice and duty and love cf right and followman PALESTINE TEXAS NOVEMBER 28...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 28 November 1903

9 l k I if II fv a fcL BJ57 lelen and the Dook There was a young woman named Helen Gould She was fabulously rich notoriously unmarried tenderly bighearted famously generous nobly patriotic and thorougly Amer ican She was called the woman with 50000 admirers and the phrase only included railroad men There were at least 500000 more There was also a little foreign two foracent nobleman and his name was the Duke de LooxetCoswarem As anyone could guess from his name he didnt have any money So he be sought him of an easy and approved way of remedying that difficulty he would marry an American heiress All he had to do was to visit the land of the free and the homo of the brave and the richest and fairest would fall at his feet This was his view of the matter And his attention was called to Helen Gould Hementioned the matter to his at torneys and they were delighted They saw a prospect of being able to collect some of their fees And they helped things along by circulating a report as to the...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 28 November 1903

V I r f iVSfca QUICK RESULTS W J Hill Justice of the Peace Con cord N C says Doans Kidney Pills proved a very efficient rem edy in my case I used them for dis ordered kid neys and back ache from which I had experienced a great deal of trouble and pain The kidney se cretions were very irregular dark colored and full of sediment The Pills cleared it all up and I have not bad an ache in my back since taking the last dose My health generally Is improved a great deal Fostcr Milburn Co Buffalo N V For salo by all dealers price 50 cents per box Two women armed withr ovolvers and daggers and provided with a com plete set of burgling Implements were caught early one mornm recently in Paris robbing a csrdt > oar warehouse They gave their ages as 21 Pisos Cure It the bent medicine ire ereused forallnScctlonsor tlio throit ondlunpu Wm ft ESSSLXY Vaaburca Inl Feb 101KM Chewing gum is regularly supplied to inmates of insane asylums by tha Mlnnssota state board of control Make people happy and ...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 28 November 1903

fft r S U t I r PLANS DRAWN FOR CLUBHOUSE I FOR NEW YORK WOKHINGMEN o m m The Workingmcne Education anil Homo association Is to erect In New York a clubhouse for worldngmcn of the Unitcil States The plans call for tho expenditure of S20t000 The structure which will bo fireproof will be five stories high and will con tain a library claES lecture and ball rcoras and a stage for entcrtaln HAS HAD BU3Y LIFE Remarkable Career of Gsvcrnorclcct of Maryland Edwin Warfield governorelect of Maryland has worhel at a great va 3 > ricty of professions and occupations In tho course of his busy career Mr Warfield has bean fanners hoy clerk In country stare rural schoolteacher registrar cf wlll3 of Howard county lawyer country editor business man ager of old Baltimore Day state sen ator surveyor of the Port of Haiti more chief owner of the Dally Lav Itecord of Baltimore organiser and general manager of the Fidelity and Deposit company of Maryland presl dent of tho Sons of the American Rev olutio...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 28 November 1903

If u M W4 fa 15V rT E W COOKE trk GOLF 7W Score one up and two to play Cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Constipation and Catarrh of the Stomach Sold by all Palestine Druggists and by Green 4 Maflltt and J II Ferguson the grocers Try a 33c Bottle Sold In 5 gallon Jugs under guaranteo Ask Your Doctor About It Bold by Druggists Grocers and Bars WOOD j WOOD js WOOD 132 I Avanue A New York Timet A BOOM Does not ultimately bring about the best results to a community THE PANHANDLE is not on a boom but is enjoying the most rapid growth of any section of Texas Why Because only recently have the pub lic at large realized the opportuni ties which this northwest section of Texas offers The large ranches are being divided into SMALL STOCK FARMS Wheat Corn Cotton Melons and all kinds of Feed Stuffs arc being raised In abundance surpassing the expectations ot the most sanguine a country abounding In such resources tried and prOTen together with the LOW PRICE of Lands cannot help enjoying a most rapid g...

Publication Title: Palestine Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 28 November 1903

EU V i I 3500 ROLLS Wall Pape JUST RECEIVED This shipment comprises some of the Latest De signs and Colorings of the season You cannot afford to buy until you examine our Stock PEIOES TO SUIT ALL Moore SlBallew DRUGGISTS PERSONAL NOTES E 0 Griffin is here from San An tonio Hon Rees Fowler came in from Austin last night R R Olaridge and wife went down to Byron this afternoon E A Gpodridge I G N agent at Jacksonville is in the city today Mrs Rohde mother of Mrs Joe Maloney left for her home at Bryan at noon J W Hassell and wife of Ne chesare in the city and Mr Hassell left a subscription for the Herald Miss Moss of Cleburne who has been visiting Mrs J E Douthit on Tennes see Avenue left this morning for Rockdale Mrs W L Holder and babies left at noon for Yorktown to visit Mrs Holders relatives Mr Holder ac companied them as far as Houston A report has gained circulation that Mra W M Hamilton is seriously ill She is up after a slight illness This in response to inquiries of numerous fr...

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. — 30 November 1903

t r it U iV U I1 T v f < B ftti Clothing f We are still selling our entire stock ofClothing at the follow ing reduced prices Do not wait until they are all gone but now is the accepted time SUITS AND OVERCOATS All Mens All Mens All Mens AH Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens 16 50 Suits 1500 Suits 1400 Suits 1250 Suits 1200 Suits 1100 Suits 1000 Suits 850 Suits 750 Suits 700 Suits 050 Suits 500 Suits and Overcoats at and Overcoats at and Overcoats at and Overcoats at and Overcoats at and Overcoats at and Overcoats at and Overcoats at and Overcoats at and Overcoats at and Overcoats at and Overcoats at NO SUITS WILL BE CHARGED WOOD BRO with every boys up ft w f 1 I ft 1 r I I 1290 1190 1090 990 945 895 835 690 595 545 490 405 6 Clothing T Hawes Celebrated 3 Hat in all shapes Ladies Shoes 3 to 50 cents 9 V THE OIL FIELD The Drill Still Goes Down Fine Indications Hundreds ot people went out to the oil field yesterday found much to interest the...

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. — 30 November 1903

r u m r F n 1 J y 4 Vs ieties Vigorously dispel these foes of your success and happiness or they will undermine your fu ture Be Urmly convinced that you were made in the imago of perfection designed for success and happiness and that you have the power to strangle the evils which would thwart you A twoyearold boy at Binger Ok died a few days ogo from the effects of eating matches DrfiiNG the past twelve months the railroads of the United States ra u V killed 43554 people and injured f The population of Oklahoma Territory is now placed at 560 000 and the taxable value of property at 40000000 The House of Representatives contains 386 members At the beginning of the government there were 65 There is going to be some tall hustling for holiday trade in this old town and tne wise ones are already speaking for advertising space in the Herald The race horse accomplishes the most when he puts his best foot forward while the mule puts his best foot backward to accomplish the best results Imag...

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. — 30 November 1903

Pi Piw K i s > W T TURN ABOUTS FAIR PLAY BOOM Does not ultimately bring about tho best results to a community THE PANHANDLE is not on a boom but iB enjoying the most rapid growth of any section of Texas WJ m ty Because only recently have tho pub VV L y m lie at large realized the upportunl this northwest section of = = = = = ties which Texas offers The large ranches are being divided into SMALL STOCK FARMS Wheat Corn Cotton Melons and all kinds of Feed Stuffs are being raised In abundance surpassing the expectations of the most sanguine a country abounding In such resources tried and proven together with the LOW PRICK of Lands cannot help enjoying a most rapid growth and that Is what Is happenlrg in tho PanHandle > e DENVER ROAD has on sale dally a low rate homoseekers ticket which allows you stop jTera at nearly aU points thus giving you a chance to investigate the various sections of the PanHandle Write A A GLISSON Gonnral Passenger Agent For pamphlets and full information F...

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. — 30 November 1903

s n cr m fir 1 i itrv 4 < It rUv 7k it v 1 Vt few 1 T2d Maloney formerly of the B and B department of the I G N is now with the Pacific Express Co LOST Ladys gold watch in chatel aine bag Picturo of Oapt S P Allen on inBide Leave with Capt Allen and get reward 127tf Oity Secretary O A Sterne return ed yesterday from Kaufman where he visited old friends the past week This afternoon Mesdames A R Howard P E Price Cad Williams and J J Word left for Houston as delegates of the Benedetto B Tobin Cuapter U D O to the State conven tion Work was begun today making Tcady for the now LinkMurphy building just west of the postofllco A part of the old wooden building on the corner is being torn down and the balance of the building will bo moved to a lot further west on Main street Hon T N Jones of Tyler is here to day Mr Jones iu speaking of the movement up there to thwart the boll weevil nort year said they already had in warehouses fifteen cars of im proved cotton seed and that more is to co...

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. — 1 December 1903

v v 7 A fc s KS r f < 7 WftAf jr if Jl It tr < 7 VOL il NO 128 Clothing 1650 Suits and 1500 Suits and 1400 Suits and 1250 Suits and 1200 Strife and 1100 Suits and 1000 Suits and 850 Suits and 750 Suits and 700 Suits and 650 Suits and 500 Suits and r Xzm2 s A wagon with every boys suit S25D up to SSOO sJv I We are still selling our entire stock of Clothingat the follow ing reduced prices Do not wait until they are all gone but now is the accepted time SUITS AND OVERCOATS All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mf ns All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens AH Mens All Mens All Mens Overcoats at Overcoats at Overcoats at Overcoats at Overcoats at Overcoats at Overcoats at Overcoats at Overcoats at Overcoats at Overcoats at Overcoats at NO SUITS WILL BE CHARGED 1290 1190 1090 990 945 895 835 690 595 5 45 490 405 V I im Clothing T 1 Hawes Celebrated 3 Hat ini all shapes Ladies Shoes 3 to 50 cehts i > 9tr V f iTWELYE CENT COTTON T4LKED Mr S F B Morse Says That Price Will Be Paid The ...

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. — 1 December 1903

pi S3 > n t Br f < Wy v r hit A f r < J 1 > a 1 It tv > Bv J i raK yd this As sure is you llvethe producers are the feeders and cloth iers of the world Elaine Coffee absolutely fresh and pure Try a one pound package and be con vinced of the excellent qual ity of Elaine Coffee Sold only by War Branagan St a au JAJ xijlm iMUiiJjnjl m rWTJJ Jri THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entarea in the Palestine Texas Poetofflce as SecondClass Moll Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR = TELEPHONE 4 44 Editors and Pbopkietobs The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 600 Take you hoed of Among froomon thoro should bo no masters but Justice and duty and lovo cf right and fellowman PALESTINE TEXAS DECEMBER i 1903 PLUCK AU6 ENERGY WIN To the determined pluck and energy of two men does Palestine and Anderson county the active interest in oil in this county and for the active operations now under way These men are District Clerk A...

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. — 1 December 1903

I SA TM + t p fc fa h riv > ft t < Autumn Kop off my heels pleai X TRICE 2nd Vice Pres and Genl Manager TELEPHONE 734 PItttburg Prtss A BOOM Does not ultimately bring about the best results to a community THE PANHANDLE is not on a boom but is enjoying the most rapid growth of any section of Texas Because only recently have the pub lie at large realized the opportuni w ties which this northwest section of Texas offers The large ranches are being divided into SMALL STOCK FARMS Wheat Corn Cotton Melons and all kinds of Feed Stuffs are being raised In abundance surpassing tbe expectations of the most sanguine Why i country abounding In such resources tried and proven together with the LOW PRICE ot Lands cannot help enjoying a most rapid growth and that is what Is happening In the PanHandle Gtte DENVER ROAD has on salo dally a low rate homeseekers ticket which allows you stop jvere at nearly all points thus giving you a chance to Investigate the various sections of uie PanHandle Wr...

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. — 1 December 1903

ft rtit 5s V J < r8 t V V if re t IK r r > h i Wt V y j TOIt NORTH No 0 800 am No t 1203 am m r DEPART TOR WEST Koil 1145 am No 6 730 pm No 111153 pm No 5 800 pm Sam Carter of Belton is In the city J S Freeman of Lovelady is hero today u Sorry to hear that John Donaldson la very ill Attorney John Petty went up to Tyler today W H Marsh of Tyler is doing busi npss here today W H Beg Welch of San Antonio is in the city on a visit Mrs Torn Motter has returned home from a visit to Houston Mrs Ellis and Miss Brown of Kauf man who have been visiting relatives here returned to their home today Mfss Long a trimmer at Mrs Do wns millinery store left this morn ing for Dallas to accepts similar po sition K 7Dwbmii8ibomefrom the markets and reports big pur fiases for the Watson Durham lodges house All the talk is oil talk now and day by day the interest increases In the meantime the big well is growing deeper and deeper Who knows You may have the prettiest and finest baby in the bunch so b...

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. — 3 December 1903

If I 7 it r > A f PALESTINE DAILY HERALD VOL II NO 130 We are still selling our entire stock of Clothing at the follow ing reduced prices Do not wait until they are all gone but now is the accepted time SUITS AND OVERCOATS All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens All Mens 16 50 Suits and 1500 Suits and 1400 Suits and 1250 Suits and 1200 Suits and 1100 Suits and 1000 Suits and 850 Suits and 750 Suits and 700 Suits and 650 Suits and 500 Suits and A i V u J I NO SUITS WILL BE CHARGED s PALESTINE TEXAS THURSDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 3 1903 Arrivals jffrk Oheese > > Holland Herring Bloaters W O ALLEN Moying Buildings Today rollers were put under one of the old frame buildings on Main street near the postoffice and it is being hauled to a lot west of Duncans store on the same street It is ex pected that active work on the new Elk building will begin early next week A Serious Mistake E C DeWitt Co is tho name of the firm who m...

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. — 3 December 1903

c Vss ji ft V A THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postoffice aa SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR strong demandatpresen t Santa Glaus is butting in all over town now Hard times seem to make little impression on him Prominent oil men are eon stantly comingjn to look at An derson County s oil field and in many instances are buying lands The proposition makes a favorable impression on most people who visit it Local politics will not break out above the surface very much until after the holidays How ever there is a strong undercur rent of politics running in the city and county and there will be enough candidates to go around beyond doubt Cleveland must still be some potatoes None of the Democratic leader s seemed to know just who was who or what was what until Cleveland asserted positively that he would not be a candidate fol t lowing which announcement con versation has become general By long odds Gorman s...

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. — 3 December 1903

> k H 1A 14 ri 7 < ixY it J Oil Lands For Sale BY Wright Kendall f 200 acres of the Bass Hodges and Davenport subdivision of the Catlett Survey near Oil Well CALL AT btfFICE FOR TERMS AND PARTICULARS YOUR Printing The Herald takes pleasure in announcing to its friends and the business public generally that we have now a well equipped printing plant and can do your printing in good form and on snort order When you have printing to give let us figure with you or send ns your order and we will give it our very best attention THE = HERALD 506 MAIN STREET Tel 444 The Hamilton Boys You Know A BOOM o j > Does not ultimately bring about the best results j to a community THE PANHANDLE is not on a boom but is enjoying the most rapid growth of any section of Teams Because only recently have the pub lic at large realized the opportuni = = = = = ties which this northwest section of Texas offers The large ranches are being divided into SMALL STOCK TARMS Wheat Corn Cotton Melons am all Id...

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. — 3 December 1903

n r v v s PERSONAL NOTES Will Last of Fort Worth is in the i city Senator Brachfleld is in the city from Henderson Attorney Rees Fowler went over to Rusk this morning Cotton is selling on the streets to day at from 10 34 to 11 cents Rev Father Brannan of Weather fprd is in the city a guest of Rev Father Leo Rev Father Lee has returned home from a visit to Galveston and is ac companied by a niece S Blumenthal and wife are here from Navasota They came to attend the funeral of Harry Marwllsky 1 JudgoUed Morris Dr G W Jame son and J A Bullock left this morn ing for Rusk to attend district court Call 734 Cooke Mclntyre if you want firstclass groceries 130tf W T Graham of the Graham Bros firm is in Chicago buying goods He is buying a big stock of Christmas novelties etc Mrs B J Rutherford of Corsicana who has been in the city the past two weeks visiting the family of Mr Henry Meyers left last night for her home Active arrangements are under way for a foot ball game between Palestine and T...

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