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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 4 January 1904

r f < 1 THANKING OUJ FRIENDS FOR YOUR LIBERAL PATRONAGE WE WISH YOU ONE AND ALI A HAPPY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR WOOD BROS cover yours Srcpi > ml Tstomy corsets are j without hwss cyolotsTtyvrMi A Sense of Solid Comfort- s experienced by every lady who wears a Kabo Corset We 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 i y A H t ald at Mexico City While there I met my old friend Chief of Detectives Desmond of St Louis in Mexico after Kratz and ho made me strong enough 5jTFWiSr3eSrepmlBTs3Fr > Your friend Albert Shall tfi girHiJK JL viiirii vyy iri vjV tiivVn l ffnJHry ji fe > liMi8 > l ± i PALESTINE DJlLY HERALD jf VOL n NO 155 fta PALESTINE TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 4 1904 EdjDuyer has been appointed Dis trictJudgo at San Antonio vico John H Clark resigned A pirty of Eastern capitalists looked overjjhe BeaumontSour Lake electric Unewlth a vlow of completing it Sdufl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 4 January 1904

KT fac fer P V j THE IAEESTINEV DiljW ygD Palestine oitofflceasiSeconu Mail Matter Entered In the Texaa qiasa Published EveryAfternoon Sunday Excepted aLdgl 1 year 1904 is going to be East Texas gellrich quick year Mark the predictions Our people arc in earnest this year 8vTnE = = = = = vTnE Herald acknowledges a timely New Years greeting from its neighbor the Troupe Banner Yye wish it in return all its good wishes Nokth Texas papers are al roady full of political announce- ments The woods down here in East Texas are full of them but they havent broke out yet Pay your poll tax Do not fail in this duty No loyal citizen can afford to let the elections of this year go by without using his bal- lot City county State and National elections are to be held thip year Heabst will hardly be the Dem- ocratic nominee for President but tho nation needs just his kind of fearless independence at the head until some of the big steals and combinations are disposed of The theatrical businc > all o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 4 January 1904

< A 1 1 4 i lit v JJ TY v fht t VtiLt THE HUNTING SEASON M J A BOOM Does not ultimately bring about the best results to a community THE PANHANDLE Isnot on a boom but s enjoying the most rapid growth of any section of Texas Why li Because only recently have tho pub lic at large realized the opportunl ties which tills northwest section of TexaB offers The largo ranches are being divided into SMALL STOCK FARMS Wheat Corn Cotlbn Melon and all kinds ot Feed Stuffs aro belnjj raised In abundance surpassing the expectations of the moat sanguine a country abounding In ench resource tried and proTen together with the JjOW PRICE ot Lands cannot help enjoying a most rapid growth and that Is what Is happening In tho PanHandle e DENVER ROAD has on sale dally a low rate homeseekers ticket which allows you stop irers at nearly all points thus clvmp you a chance to lnrotlgate the rarlous sections ot the PanIUndlo write A A GLISSON G n ral Passenger A nnl For pamphlets and full Information FORT V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 4 January 1904

< AAA 3 1 1 4 3 1 1 4 ppSie7 Will BftUey TJtifcser Bees Fowler Frank Markle and A G Burton were passengers north this morning Dr H Barnstein rabbi is in the jity and will officiate tonight in the installation of officers of the I O B B The Herald reaches moro people < and is read by more people than all the other city papers combined Miss Edna May DUley returned to school abMontlcello Seminary God frey 111 today after spending Christ- mas at home Mrs M D Jones and son have re- turned to Marlin after a visit to Rev and Mrs H C Willis Mrs Jones and Mrs Willis are sisters Mrs Geo Hunter returned to her home at Shreveport today accom- panied by her sister Mrs Buvkhead whom she has been visiting The Benedetto B Tobln Chapter U D 0 meets at Mrs J B Hamiltons residence at 3 oclock January 8th All members requested to be present Clarence Chambers left fur Omen this morning to enter school He tried it once bofore but was taken with measles the first day It is to be hoped ho will have b...

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

U t r 9 c K5 > OVERCOATS AND SUITS We have almost cleaned up our Suits and Overcoats We will sell the bal- ance at almost your own price fw W PALESTINE DAILY HERAL VOL II NO 157 PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY G 1904 CZAR BENDING TOWARD PACE Important Concessions Reported Offered to Japanese Cologne Jan 5 According to ad- vice received by the Cologne Gazette from St Petersburg the terms of the Russian reply to Japan were decided upon at a conncll on Sunday presided over by the czar and attended by the Grand Dukes Vladimir and Alexis the foreign war and marine minister and Witte the president of the council of ministers This correspondent like others un- derstands the reply renders a peace- ful issue possible SHIP BROUGHT IN MILLIONS Cargo Wort li 3000000 Comes In from the Orient San Francisco Jan 5 The Acci- dental and Oriental liner Coptic just arrived has brought one of tho most valuable cargoes that has over como here It includes 1501 bales of silk valued at about ...

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

s 3 i J1 i A t I THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Texas Poftoillce as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR fe4sa i X J < < UNIo7lflgVA5j3 HfBeW pfW Trman wmmi > oo Ou pebp1e brehthe too much fresh air and sec too much of Gods sunshine to be faked by this fake apostle Usdku the title Ik Friday An Unlucky Day the Hkram re- cently published a number of events that have happened on that day Now the Visitor re- minds us that it was born on Fri- day That settles the controver- sy Friday certainly is an unlucky day Tub modesty of man 1 At the big Democratic dinner in New York Monday evening there were absent from the festive board Messrs Parker and Gorman and ExPiesidcnt Cleveland Now the question is who is a candi- date for the Democratic nomina- tion y Boll weevil or no boll weevil we have here in East Texas the finest country in all Texas and that means in all the world The productiveness and variety of the...

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

I PERSONAL NOTES George Pessony went up to Dallas today Maje Eastland is reported quite sick with pneumonia lias returned from n John A Moore t rV Marlin whero he has been recuperat ingMra Mra Bettie Jones mother of Mr Yancey Jones left this morainr for a visit to lier daughter at Bonham Tucker Royall and family now oc- cupy their pretty home on the corner of Royall andNeches streets Miss Mattio Jameson has returned home from Tyler where she spent the holidays the guest of friends ROOMS AND BOARDCornor De Bard and John Btreets 1G7Gt Mrs DJ2Brasiier Mrs Hal Noble 4db by returned f Mr O C Cutter formerly with Sam Lucac is now to be found at the Av- enue Drug Store Where he Is an active member of the firm General Manager Leroy Trice of the Texas Railroad came home from a business trip south last night He proceeded west in his private car Miss Lena Bromberg of Crockett after a brief visit here departed for Beckville this morning She is as- sistant principal of tho high school there R M ...

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

Jr Wood Bros Co j H T Langston Co v The Grand Leader X Watson Durham Hodges > r Hodges Grocery Co Jones Dry Goods Co Wm Branagan Green Maffltt t OJDugeV Weeks Jackson WNKlein H Horwits Cooke Inkley J N Warren W H Kingsburv O E Dobbs H L Cook J 8 Temple O O Everett Kumsen McMahan Palestine Hardware Co J E Bonds Graham Brothers 5 Y ft 3 A LESSON IN t LAUNDRY WORK i we give to our help and teach them the Necessity of care in the laundering of lino Unen that goes a great way In pres > ervlnfr the fabrics sent here for renovation Any- thing coming from The lalfHtine Steam 1 Laundry will always be found fit perfect con- dition and beautiful In both color and finish ft Palestine Steam Laundry JohnMcIntosh Proprietor PhoneNo 120 IT IS INDIVIDUALITY Thats what tells OurJClothes have It They aro not copies They have character that pro- claims them at once to bo there salt ot thought in the cutting and superiority In the making APPEL THE TAILOR Mm 313 Main it Phone 663 f Superior XIauors...

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

n ifX i i A r V i LA It V h In A I THANKING OUR FRIENDS FOR YOUR LIBERAL PATRONAGE WE WISH YOU ONE AND ALLA HAPPY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR WOOD B ROS cover yeursr vA Mmv corsets are < tilhourbrass eyelets w A Sense of Solid Comfort- s experienced by every lady who wears a Kabo Corset We have a great variety of latest styles and new novelties a fit for every figure Call at our Corset Department and ask to sec the new styles of Kabos MHtMHUHHHttlMllll HIHMIM > t1tmMM t OVERCOATS AND SUITS Yehave almost cleaned up our Suits and Overcoats We will sell the bal- ance at almost your own price V W 0 W JOINT INSTALLATION Of Officers of W 0 W Camps a PIeasant Social Affair A Large Attendance A largo audience of Woodmen their wives sweethearts and friends re- sponded to the invitation to witness the public installation of the newly elected officers of Sycamore and But- ton Willow Camps Woodmen of the World at the city hall on last eve ning While the audience was as- sembling and being seated ...

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

m to 1 1 r 1 v < Jr THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Ppgtotlico as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editobs and Pbopihetoes TELEPHONE 444 = The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK Take you heed of this As sure as you llvethe produ cersare the feeders and cloth- iers of the world BY THE YEAR 500 lr the East becomes involved in a great war the United States farmers can raise immense food crops wich the assurance that the demand will remain good at stiff prices It would be a tame war indeed if the American planter did not benefit from it POYNER Special Correspondence Poyneb Texas Jan 0 QMtf 4it j e Hora RrTKana endeavpr r trig to f urnisTi you the items of < cjhc day though I will this week re- port from a different field and to- me a new one which makes it the harder for me I have cast my lot with the people of Poyner and will make it my future home andwhilel left good people at m...

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

< > > m 4 L > 5 r If1 < 3 ym 5YOUNG WIFEHOOD Boston Mass 132 Shawmut Ave Oct 251902 After I had been married about four months I felt my health generally decline I seemed to lose the light step and dragged wearily along instead Myappetite failed me and I lost health and strength 1 was nervous and had hooting pains through my limbs and stomach while bear ing down pains and constant headaches added to my misery The menstrual flow became more and more profuse and I was unfit to attend to my daily duties My husband called in three different physicians and I took enough medicine to kill or cure a dozen women hut it all had no effect on me whatever until 1 took Wine of Cardui In a few days I felt a change for the better my gen- eral health improved and at the next time of my periods my flow was more natural and I was in less pain Gradually Irecovered my health and strength and am now in perfect health I take an occasional dosejrf Wine of Cardui which keeps me well I am happ...

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

tf m 3 > ir e h Arrival and Departure of Trains ARRIVE FROM NORTH No 11135 am NoS 700 pm TOP NORTH No 6 803 am No i 1200 am nunc WEST No 0 730 am No 41151 pm DEPART roRWEST No 1 1145 am No 5 730 pm FROU SOUTH No 12615 pm No 1130 pm No 111153 pm No 5 800 pm PERSONAL NOIES Hon J F Onion of San Antonio is in che city Tonight at city hall the Hawthorne Musical Olub Mrs K F Lane is home from a visit toOakwoods Hear the Hawthorne Musical Club at the city hall tonight Ben Taubert left this afternoon for Sin Antonio on business Judge B H Oardner wont down to Crockett this afternoon Miss Bess Welborn left today for a mouths visit to San Antonio Mrs A B Mandolstamm returned to Jacksonville this morning Mrs Milton Blount and Miss Jack- son left this afternoon for Jewett by > h Hawthorne E eame borne to No fi on Yl M O A Star Course to night at the city hall Hawthorne Musical Club D Lewis of Austin father of Mrs Sam Barefleld was in the city today going west at noon Miss Hattio Henry of T...

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

K p > r v l IVvl W 1 VOL II NO 159 J I i PALESTINE SALE FOR 15 DAYS beginningJanuary 10th and continuing till 25th POSITIVELY CASH Goods charged at regular prices Our entire 1 stock goes in this sale consisting of Furnishing Goods HatsShoes and Clothing V e want the room for our large Spring Stock which will arrive jiext month BE QUICK and get choice of the best line of Shoes Hats and Clothing in Palestine Remember 20 Per Gent Discount Sale Only Lasts 15 Davs Wood Bros MPkeysTOwnercanWge Herald office paying coat i t U S EXPERTS EXAMINING SOIL A General Guoscopy of Anderson Cotintj Soils to be Compiled Exports W T Carter and A E Kocherof the Bureau of Soils Agri- cultural Department of the U S gov- ernment are in the city and will make a completo collection of Ander- son county soil which will be exam- ined analyzed and classified and a complete gcoscopy of the county compiled This is a very valuable work and when completed the department will be able to advise as to what crops a...

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

M I r W 1 ffR t If it rT r fe1 fc > fir Jr r M ft < < THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postolllce as SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Proprietors the people begun several years ago but it was not until last summer that its success became assured In three months more than 200 counties went dry as a result of a vote of TELEPHONE 444 = The Hamilton Boys You Know 1 SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 8500 Tako you hoed of this As sure as you I Ivotho producers are the feeders and cloth- iers of the world t says Beginning today Texas Tom M Hamilton has an- nounced for mayor of Waco Tom Hamilton is a very popular man and since he became alder man somo few years turned that town upside down He started tho movement against Mayor Riggins wnich resulted in his injpcachmentj iind in addition to that in resenting an insult whipped the mayor on tlic streets His political enemies had him ...

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

< L f J j KV 200 acres of the Bass Hodges and Davenport subdivision of the Catlett Survey near Oil Well f f V f I CALL AT OFFICE FOR TERMS J 4 H > 1 YOUNG WIFEHOOD1 Boston Mabs 152 Shawmut Ave Oct 251902 After I bad been married about four months I felt my health generally decline I seemed to lose the light step and dragged wearily along instead Myappetite failed me and I lost health and strength I tras nervous and had hooting pains through my limbs and stomach while bear iagdown pains and constant headaches added to my misery JEho menstrual flow became more and more profuse and I was unfit to attend to my daily duties Sly husband called medicine to Jin three different physicians and I took enough womenTjut it all had effect on me whatever until I ill or cure a dozen no for the better took Wine of Cardui In a few days I felt a change my gen flow was more eral health improved and at the next time of my periods my natural andlwas in less pain Graduallylrecoveredmybealttandstanig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 8 January 1904

Ef Arrival and Departure ot Trains rnox NORTH No 11135 am No 5 700 pm No 0 S00am No i 1200 am ARRIVE FROM WEST No 0 730 am No 11151 pm DEPART FOR WEST No I 1145 am No 0 730 pm FROU SOUTH No 12 015 pm No 41130 pm No 111155 pm No 5 800 pm PERSONAL NOTES A Q Greenwood went up to Neches today Bobt Petty went up to Marshall on legal business today Misses Jodie Crosby and Sallie Mor- gan are visiting in San Antonio A O Green left last night for Mex- ico to look after his mining interests there J A Quick of Fitzgerald called on the Herald today and renewed his subscription to the Weekly Herald Foil rent Nicely furnished rooms also cottage Call at No 9 Combina- tion street 1593t The Who What When minstrel car passed through the city at noon going west They will appear in this city at 7 r 1mft t Martins Laundry ii minus a deliv ery wagon this morning A runaway last evening resulted in a smashed deliver wagon Yesterday tho Paloatine Nurseries shipped a bill of trees to Old Mexico The local nu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 9 January 1904

ijf K < jUft H fe IS jt K r KV V t VOL n NO 160 DISCOUNT SALE FOR 15 DAYS beginningJanuary iothand continuing till 25th POSITIVELY CASH Goods charged at regular prices Our entire stock goes in this sale consisting of Furnishing Goods Hats Shoes and Clothing We want the room for our large Spring Stock which will arrive next month BE QUICK and get choice of the best line of Shoes Hats and Clothing in Palestine Remember 20 Per Gent Discount Sale Only Lasts 15 Davs Xbc V PALESTINE DlILY HERAL PALESTINE TEXAS SATURDAYjSlETERNOON JANUARY 9 1904 perial Minstrols wish to notify the jSnWic that notwithstanding all re- ports to the contrary the Hon A L Bowers will positively appear as end mwiin their entertainment flSerything has been rehearsed and israady for the night and an attrac ilonis promised tho people of Pales tiarthaffor unadulterated fun will be- th best entertainment evor given in tbVcity Thoro will be new jokes nsVjteongs now acts and tho best cbqrus ever assembled here jTfcke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 9 January 1904

5 6S i Jr x fi W W m j IS rn r jrVJ s M i jr THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofflce ias SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR EDrroESAND Pkopkietors TPi FPHtlMg 444 The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 500 Take you heed of this As sure as you II vethe producers are the feeders and cloth- iers of the world Any person holding the poll tax receipt of another for safe keep- ing or for any other purpose must deliver same to the owner or to the collector of taxes three days before election Failure to do so subjects one to a fine of not less than 200 nor more than 500 Auy person who shall do any electioneering within 100 feet of the polls or solicit a citizen to vote either in primary or general election within 100 feet of the polls or who shall show his ballot after marking same shall be deemed guilty of a misdemea- nor and shall be fined not less 200 nor more than 500 for ea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 9 January 1904

r B ft ci kH5v cUx < c v < w Krw < < tfl j < ctx TEDDYS HINT II I were you and jou Mere I Grandmamma Youd be allowed the cruet ot pic Grnndmimma And candy too Apd if highspy Veil liked to pliy or kites to fly Id like them or at least Id try And lessons should be by nnd bv Im sure you wouldnt ever cry If I were you and you were I Grandrpimma If you were I and I ere jou Grandmamma Id nsk you what you wished to do Grandmamma And If your game was not quite through When bedtime came really Its true Id let you wait Each day a few Nice to > s Id give you bright and new 1 think youd think It pleasant too If you were I nnd I were you Grandmamma You couldnt take cold if you tried father If Id bad my way Id have had a father who wasnt so selfish There mother I am sorry I hurt you You shall have a bunch of pretty leaves Mothers work lay Idle as Caroline walked out of sight Her mind trav- eled back to the day she had entered that house as fair and as young as Caroline Father wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 9 January 1904

w < U Jf ViS jC 1 < r IT H T HAMILTON Pnbs PALESTINE TEXAS How docs it happen that all the ticks on segregation como from the girls The European prince or princess who is not the subject of a scandal must be lonesome Rev Robert Collycrs reasons for his long life omits the principal one Get yourself born healthy If you drink liquor on the isthmus you will not live a year if you drink water you may survive for two weeks Booker Washington advises his race not to wear gaudy clothes But Isnt Mr Washington getting rather exact- ing Nobody has yet suggested to boll the beer in the hope of heading off the germs that lurk in the stuff we drink Sir Thomas Upton continues to talk about the adorable American girl But why doesnt Sir Thomas malJe good A whole week gone by and no mas- sacres or elopements among Austrian royalty But it is nearly the dead of winter The life prisoner who committed cuicidc down In Maine adopted the most effective means of shortening his sentence A Frenchman may ...

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