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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine daily herald. — 30 December 1903

I r i i < r 4 i i II NO 151 JtlO X XI i Jtli THANKING OUR FRIENDS KCK YOUR LIBERAL PATRONAGE WIf WISH YOU ONE AND ALL A HAPPY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR W OO D BROS ispoi cover yoursr JVbmy corsets are without Jjwss eyelets w r M > tF jl Sense of Solid Comfort Is experienced by every lady who wears a Kabo Corset We have a great variety of latest styles and neve novelties a fit for every figure Call at our Corset Department and ask to see the new styles of Kabos fciitt Vt PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 30 1903 jjiitek < mttfi > i4ftiiimhe fc afa 3 IflMHiwteaitt and tho only communication is by dirt road Yesterday the well was reported down about 750 feet and the drill in hard rock COURT HOUSE NEWS Deeds W II Cooper and wife to R D Thompson deed dated Dec 7 1903 50000 a9 follows 40000 cash and note for 8 10000 due 12 months after date conveys 214 acres a part of the F F Williams 13 league situated in Anderson and Henderson counties B J Jernegan and wife to W H Coope...

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 December 1903

rv i ItS m H jTfji u Mt > yr iu1 < TV J f fjsfrV H fcH1 1 Enough > SV = Vfft 4P W M AND H T HAMILTON JR Take you heed of this As sure as you llvetho producers are the feeders and cloth lers of tho world ithe merchants so willed it money is absolutely fSjTihrowri nwayench year to sustain Sviir at least one good newspaper j Resolve to do your advertising through the local papers More publicity can be gained through one issue of the Hekaxd ttian through enough hand bills to plaster the town over The paper goes into nearly every 1 Palestine home as a welcome guest Eighty per cent of your bills go into the gutter or the ash barrel Texas exchanges are beginning to talk about the shortage of the baby crop Bless jour soul Palestine is not included On some streets you can count an average of seven to the family It begins to look like Hanna is going to be forced into the race as a candidate for president de spite his mild protests Many republicans are doubtful of Roosevelts success 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. — 30 December 1903

fe a i li K ft > v > > < > < WILLING WILLIE OR JUST BEFORE SR > lJ i vV CHRISTMAS Oil Lands For Sale > BY Wright Kendall 200 acres of the Bass Hodges and N r tDavenport subdivision of the Catlett j Survey near Oil Well ft v vjw vjp AjT G FBIGE FOR AND A BOOM Does not ultimately bring about the best results to a community THE PANHANDLE is not on boom but is enjoying the most rapid growth of any section of Texas Why Because only recently have the pub lic at large realized tho opportuni ties which this northwest section of Texasoffers 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 tbc expectations of the most sanguine a country abounding In such resources tried anil proven together with the LOW PRICK of Lands cannot help enjoying a most rapid growth ana that Is what Is happening In the PanIlandle Sfce DENVER ROAD has on sale dally a low rate homeseekers tic...

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 December 1903

feV tr v Hi L Ms 21 > t u tocay there Mrs S J Bamou of Weatherford is visiting her daughter Miss Grace Fenland in this city Walker Bryan after spending the holidays with relatives here returned to Greenville today Mrs A Briggs has been quite sick the past few days at her home on South Sycamore street A P Moore and wife returned to Tyler this morning after visiting Mr J 1L Silliman and family An ofllce of the Palestine Coal and Mining Company the salt works is to be opened on Spring street next to Sol Maiers Mr and Mrs Henry Carswell and on Jack arrived from Waco this morning and will spend several days in the < Slty Condos Bros are moving their candy factory from 600 Main street to the store recently vacated by Geo W Baardaley next door to the postoQlce Eugene Fore The Fore Grain and Commission Company ismoving from the Davis hotel building to 600 Spring street a few doors east of his former place Wood Bros are out today in a neat Now Years card on the first page of this paper...

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. — 31 December 1903

R v 3 i 4 f I t V Il i u + l r THANKING OUR FRIENDS FOR YOUR LIBERAL PATRONAGE WE WISH YOU ONE AND ALL A HAPPY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR WOOD BROS MTM1ttt tttM1tfMM OVERCOATS AND SUITS We have almost cleaned up our Suits and Overcoats We will sell the bal ance at almost your own price > aS FIVE HUNDRED BURNED TO DEATH Iroquois Theatre of Chicago Visited by Most Chicago Dec 30 The most frightful holocaust of rceentyears visited Chicago tills afternoon The Iroquois Theatre a handsome new structure wju > destroyed by I firo and from three to five hun jdred people are buried beneath jiti smoking ruins A performance was in progress The spectacular play Blue beard was being presented and a crowded house was being enter tained Suddenly a great sheet of flame shot upward amid the > cenery and a wild panic ensued Jt was > ccn at a glance that the flames would sweep the building and a scene of wildest frenzy pre vailed Women screamed and fainted away men went wild with terror and the gr...

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. — 31 December 1903

CVv 1 6 ilV 1 4S v aft r4 J f Nf ik r Vffr AT your poll tax that is p j > duty 7pu owe your city county tatesand nation Bay now > kl tiyoPrvl Ycar resolution rilB iyytiienj turnoverane w leaf dfgluejit down ihard and fast 1h r 1 tff f k t rk l St A TJJA 5fc hyi IffTt J < it i r V i + Vi Vf n Take y > u heed pf this As sure as you llvethe producers are the feeders and cloth iers of the world PAY YOUR POLL TAX From indications many will not rVir > f vAnderson county people i iifVABeable to vote noxtycar I 1 Two days ago City Tax Col t Elector Davis told the writer tbat w V i Eve ry citizen should pay his 5 Lpoll taxi j ti ifyfttK BEyELTneedntfeoKsoanxr siliput Harinas healthi Sir a catas modern the dan df fire traps used for public gatherings More Text Book Talk By way of explanation in part and to more fully express myself upon our trouble in securing our State adopted text books I pre sent another letter upon this sub ject The impression upon the minds of some that an...

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. — 31 December 1903

r i ft V T > i 1 Mr Turtle Whats your hurry Youre too early to make New Years calls i Mr Snail Yes but you must remember that I started to make this call several months ago rVlVHi II 11 I 11 11 XI TI11 IjHrWHWWHH > Ss Pl A x 4 i A SsPl yxj e By Tj A BOOM Does not ultimately bring about the best results to acotnmunily THE PANHANDLE is not on aboom but is enjoying tlio 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 anrtall kinds of Feed Stuffs are being raised In abandonee surpassing tho expectations oC the most sanguine i a country abounding In snoh resources tried and proven together with the COW PRICE ot Lands cannot help enfojinc a roost rapid growth and that is what is happening in the Panliandle Sfie DENVER ROAD has on sale dally a low rato homeseekers ticket which allows ...

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. — 31 December 1903

mi r set m ijff it i f X i i Arrival and Departure of Trains rnou NORTH No 1 H 35 am No 5 700 pm FOR NOBTB No 6 800 am No < 1203 am ARRIVE niOM WEST No 6 730 am No 41151 pm DEPART FOB WEST No 11115 am No 6 730 pm FROM SOUTH No 12 C15 pm No 41130 pm I FOB SOUTH No IUIUE5 pm No 5 800 pm PERSONALNOT ES J D Moody of Tyler was here last night Mrs Lillian Egbert is up after a serious illness Francis Ludolph wontuptb Marshall on a visit this morning Dr Philo Howard returns to his post at St Louis Sunday Miss Blanche Chambers is home from a visit to frieuds at Hnntsville Miss Corrle Jbwers of Granburyis visiting Tier sister Mrs V B Flan 1 agan District Attorney Jo A McDonald left for his home at Athens this morn ing J pTrinbof Taylor interested in the oil field here returned to his home today LTheHerald is in receipt of a pretty calendar from the Martin Steam Laundry Thanks Dr Henry McBrideqf Tyler a den tist of State wide reputation was in the city last night Rev Gus Garrison and wife l...

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 January 1904

IQL II NO 15E U i j ALESTINE GRAH alike W8fertfb2e Xw rtaMa ton Chronicle Delivered at 4fic per month Julian Pknnybackee 150Ct Agent NUr Si tot PALESTINE TEXAS FBIDAlrvAE ERNOON JANUA11Y 1 1904 fc and gave a pretty back ground to the pretty women and gallant men who werefpresent Tho hall program consisting of 1G dances waltzes twosteps and a quad rilleioponed with a grand march that for orginality was unique and picture sque The music was in imitation of a throogh train run with tho call of all aboard at tho leaving terminal the train and a beautiful train it was moysd slowly out from the station the rimslc and accessories in the hands ofPrif Parnolls celebrated orchestra furnishing all the noises signals and scenes incident to a llyer getting under wayTthe ringing bell tho escaping steam the grinding of brakes the re leaseTof air etc and tho getting under way pf tho train until it acquired its full speed and then on smooth track and good steam it runs for the other terminal It was ...

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 January 1904

Alf it M V7 th ft 9r fM 4i + a tfc 1 + ru vv V iA 7ffT r J iATHE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Texas Postolllco aB SecondClass Mall Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Pkopbietoks AwJ L zTELEPHONE 444 = The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION io CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 500 Taka you heed of thla As euro as you Ilvetheproducersaro the feeders and cloth iers of the world May 1904 bring muny good things to Palestine and Anderson county King Edwakd has made an editor a knight Perhaps he was already a night editor Consistency may bo a jewel but most women would prefer to wear a diamond sunburst Many men will have to wear sand paper soles on their shoes to keep from slipping up on their New Year resolutions Thehe is a smallpox epidemic at Sour Lake and five deaths from that loathsome disease have occurred All men vllo are sixty years of age and over are exempt from paying a poll tax but it is neces sary to get a certific...

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 January 1904

U > v Jt fcr fed L r H vs i L TRICE 2nd Vlco Pres and OenT Manigcr i > i tKS CONCERNING NEW YEARS PLEDGES v While the leave hold out to turn The vilest sinner may make new resolutions to burn Chicago RecordHerald II iIHHI a I a I II H42 HlI A BOOM Does not ultimately bring about the best results to a community j THE PANHANDLE is not on a boom but is enjoying the most rapid growth of any section of Texas KJTm Q Because only recontly have the pub y l lie at larjo realized Uie opportuni ties which this northwest section of Texasoffers JThelargo ranches are being divided into SMALL STOCK FARMS Wheat Cora Cotton Melons and all kinds o Peed Stuffs arc bclnc raised In abundance surpassing tho expectation oC the most sanguine Jfc a country abounding In such resources trted and prOTcn together with the LOW PK1CK ot Lands cannot help enloylne a most rapid and that Is what is happenlog In the PanHandle growth U > e DENVER ROAD 1 has on sale daily a low rate homoseelccra ticket which a...

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 January 1904

ti 1 fefl > L1 h Pi ttr t iH V 841273 Arrival and Departure of Trains ARRIVE FROM NORTH No 11135 am No 6 703 pm No 6 800 am No 41208 am moM WEST No 6 730 am No 41161pm DEPART No 1 1145 am No 5 730 pm FROM SOUTH No 12015 pm No 41130 pm No 111155 pm No 5 800 pm PERSONAL NOTES G M Jowers of Buffalo is in the city J M Daniel of > Georgeotwn is here today Judge John M Duncan of Tyler is in the city Congressman Gregg has returned to Washington Posoy Smith returned to his post of duty at Tyler today Mrs Jeff Reagan and children have returned to Dallas W H Porter tow with the Cotton Belt spent the holidays with bis family here returning to Tyler this morning P Fv G wynne and wife left this morningior Fort Worth where Mr G wynne has accepted a position He CfcM km bpkkeeper for t > e David l3bij jfear grocery order tomorrow That would be a most sensible step and in the right direction I want your trade and in exchange for the favor will give you tho best of bar gains in firstclass go...

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. — 2 January 1904

r LE u if 16 PALESTINE VOL II NO 154 THANKING OUR FRIENDS FOR YOUR LIBERAL PATRONAGE WE WISH YOU ONE AND ALL A HAPPY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR WOOD BROS OVERCOATS AND SUITS We have almost cleaned up our Suits and Overcoats We will sell the bal ance at almost your own price Wood Bros Thisdmenspottdi cover yoursr Ad my corsets are v vrithout brass eyelets < CgVKMXS A Sense of Solid Comfort s experienced by every lady who wears a Kabo Corset Wd have a great variety of latest styles and new novelties a fit for every figure Call at our Corset Department and ask to see the new styles of Kabos PEACE HOPES NQW YERY DIM Landowe Now Looks for Decla ration of War London Ian 1 Foreign Sec retary Laiidowc has informed one of the foreign ambassadors that he has practically given up all hopes of peace At the embassies here the state ment made by Baron Ilayashi the Japancc minister today that he had been informed from Paris that Russia has decided not to grant the Japanese proposals is regarded as bei...

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. — 2 January 1904

I riA ii ft R > h Take you heed of this As sure as you llvothe producers are the feeders and cloth iers of the world j efforts wilLbe annde to bring a jarjcj r4ifetetfi CfcA l centers pets not remember the failures of the past only as reminders of need for greater effort but come into the new year with a song of hope in our mouths strength in our good right arms and a deter mination to make this a blue rib bon vear Vttrlff Since col ton is taring around the fifteen cent mark we dont hetr so much abuse of the boll weevil but in some quarters the bug is getting to be regarded as a good thing Mr Brown and Mr Bug make a strong team Eviuv encouragement possible should be given the truck grow ers of Anderson count Through diversified farming Anderson county is going to become one of 1iV 3I5 THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Poetolllce as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Propiuetors TELEPHONE 44...

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. — 2 January 1904

f V J i j rV V t tt AP fWpFy fliSSiF T Ty l l t > t > > > > < The awful disaster to the Duqucsne llycr on the Baltimore and Ohio rail Toad near Dawson Pa Dec 24 makes a sad Christmas for many families It is not only the worst railroad calam ity this year hut the woVst In many a cars There have hecn thirty derail ments and collisions during the year where the loss of life has hecn excep tionally large but the collision on the Big Four railroad of Nov 19 when thirtyone were Itllled and seventeen Injured had been the worst up to the present horror In this one twice as many were killed and live timcs as raany injured It may bo Interesting In connection with these thjrty disas ters to know that twenty of them were caused by collisions alid ten by de railments which would facem to Indi cate that more attention Is paid to the condition of the roadbed than to the details ot running trains It there can be any consolation in such an accident by which over three core persons ...

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. — 2 January 1904

m fr i k I Jiksthicgailg ralb IT U H T HAMILTOK Pub PALESTINE TEXAS There Is a man in Missouri named Sassback But hes married and be toosnt Ritas new 1 novel is to be entitled The Silent Woman Rita has a very vivid imagination Is the fact that tbc son of Million aire Bpreckles is working for a living north telegraph tolls Now and then a selfmade man pro ceeds to show that be can unmake him self with equal facility France is planning another worlds fair for 1911 Now is the time to be fin to save up money for it Italian mobs are also something on the conspuaz order but they are much worse They sboot firecrackers England wWJestabllsh balloon sta tions along the Mediterranean A balloon station is a hot air depot If it comes to a show of navtl strength near Korea Japan will crowd Pussia very hard for the blue ribbon Some people drink elder just be cause it is good for rheumatism and gout and others Jurt because it is rood Herbert Spencer was the last of the great thinkers gf the Victoria...

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. — 2 January 1904

K t r A technical school for leather work ers haa bean opened In London under the direction of an efficient corps of Instructors It Is to give practical technical training In tanning curry ing leather dressing dyeing stain ing and finishing President Eliot declares that women should never attempt to put the shot He is wasting time The need of the hour is a warning against throwing the hammer Tbs Japanese did not knowthe art of glassmaklng until about one hun dred and fifty years ago and for sev eral generations only single family knew how to malo it If a young man has money to burn it is easy to induce some girl to strike a match The district of St Etlcnne in France has for the past five years annually produced 15400000 worth Of ribbons Youve got the real thing when you get Hunts Lightning Oil for Burns Bruises Cuts and Sprains The most penetrating and healing liniment known Guaranteed Price 25 and SO cents People with the mot expensive tastes usually have the least mbney to meet t ...

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. — 2 January 1904

t tt > m m m + SCENE OF OPERATIONS OF 1 ENGLISH FORCE IN TIBET It Is stated that the forward move ment of the Brit ish mission to Tib et does not at present at all events necessarily mean the perma nent occupation of Gyangtse Jons or of an advance to Lassa Itself Gy angtse is next to the Forbidden City the most im portant town of Tibet and It is hoped that there Col Yo it n gnu fi ll a n d the British commissioner will find it possible to reopen negotia tions with the Tib etans It is be lieved that the presence of a large British force in the country will act as a spur and cause theabatfdon Mayor Collins of Boston a Fine ample of the SelfMad Man Mayor Collins Is a fine example of the foreignborn boy who beginning it some lowly form of labor by native alent and earnest effort rises to tlio highest station of honor and respon sibility in his home city First a breaker boy in Ihe coal mines then an upholsterer by trade Mayor Collins managed to educate and fit himself tor the practice...

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. — 2 January 1904

U I > I B if if > WIKKEBS OF THE GREAT NOBEIi PRIZES The animal Nobel prites nwardul to those persons who during the year hare done xoostJor the advancement of civilization have ncted as a Rtimulu to the workers and tlnskeriof the world The piiies are each about 840000 and are provided from the in comefof an estate of nearly 8000000 If ft by n Swede Alfred Bernard Aohel who invented dynamite and explosive pjlatiii The peace prize was awarded to William Creuer a London Enp editor the chonrntry prir was won by the Strcdi b prof elisor A BOOM Does not ultimately bring about tho best results to a community THE PANHANDLE is not on a boom but is enjoying tbo most rapid growth oi any section of Texas Why V ti Because only recently have tho pub lic at large realized the opportuni ties which this northwest section of Texas offers The large ranches are being divided into SMALt STOCK FARMS Wheat Corn Cotton Melons and all kinds oC Feed Stuffs are being raised In abundance surpassing the ...

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. — 2 January 1904

B < C 1 Now is the time to feed your Horses Cows and Hogs INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD This Food lessens the cost of your feed and increases the weight of your stock If it is plenty of eggs and healthy chick ens you want feed them on INTERNATIONAL POULTRY FOOD It is the greatest of egg producers Call and get a Stock and Poultry book free = = = = = = = = = Moore < St Ballew DRUGGISTS Arrival and Departure of Trains THOU KOBTH So 11135 am No 5 7 00 pm No fl 800 am No 412 OS am ARRIVE raoM west No 6 730 am No 41151 pm DEPART No 11115 am No 5 730 pm ntou BOOTH No 12615 pm No 41130 pm FOR SOUTH No 111155 pm No 5 800 pm PERSONAL NOTES N A Rector of Austin is hero to day J P Parker of Trinity is in tho cityToday Today was pay day in the general offices D C Malloy left for Fort Worth this morning L M Presnal and wife of Sour Lake are in the city Judge Jno M Duncan returned to Tylor this morning W T Gilbert grand secretary of tho U O T is in the city J 0 Montgomery of Henderson is doing bu...

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