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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 20 January 1904

feL M V k P4 fe iir There are men in this now who stand on corners and swear the ha no show in governmental af fairs who have not paid their poll taxes and will not pay them What are they doing to relieve the poor mans burden Pay your tax and have the Js > ame right to ote as your more fortunate JUHt One Minute X THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered In the Palestine Texas Postolllce Sas SecondClass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Proprietors TELEPHONE 444 = The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 8500 Take you heed of this As sure as you llvetheproducersaro the feeders and cloth- iers of theworld SJJgfKJKGK The Houston Post savs the con- trol of government down there threatens to pass into the hands of an irresponsible class men who have their poll taxes paid for them for a specific purpose If our honest citizenship does not look out the same thing will be done up here It has been done in the pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 20 January 1904

ij If nr Ei PI ft 5 Of 3ft fcr LVSc Gain In surplus during 1002 Benefits paid since ortranlzatlon Palestine Tent No 11 mppu eve i i fKy < A BATHROOM WORTHY OF VOLUPTUOUS CARACALLA We are fitting up constantly In modern houses with open plumbing nickel plated modem Improved wash stands and porce Inks are also refitted by us In the most BcVentlQc manner and with the best sanitary plumbing that canbe done None but skill > d workmen are employed and the work Is always satisfactory as well as the price MWCAMPBELL A LESSON IN LAUNDRY WORK weglve to our help and teach them the necessity o care In the laundering o tine linen that goes a great way in preserving the abricsent here or renovation Any thlng coming from The Palestine Steam Laundry will always be found Ip perfect con- dition and beautiful In both color and finish Palestine Steam Laundry John McIktoss Proprietor PhoneNo 120 PATRONIZE UNION STORES FAIR LIST Wood Bros Co H T Langston Co The Grand Leader Watson Durham Hodgos Co ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 20 January 1904

t t k t v h t i X f r 3i > MB V tu > today Buy your Swifts premium hams and breakfast bacon of J S Temple R M Jackson and wife have re- turned homo from an extended visit to Mexia E N Robinson or Frankston a prominent merchant was in the citj yesterday Up to noon today 135 poll tax re- ceipts had been issued from tho pity tax collectors ofllco J E Gallagher formerly of this cily but now traveling for a Detroit drug company is here today Miss Coflln of Tyler who lias been assisting in the longdistance telephone ofllce here returned to her home this morning Buy your White Swan Flour of J S Temple Qeorgo Bradford has returned from Oklahoma Territory He says he is back to stay and that old Anderson is good enough for him Sirs Fred Tarnke returned to Dallas this morning after a stay of three or four months at tho Durr homo on South Sycamore street i The I G N oil houso situated about 00 yard cast of tho union depot was burned Sunday morning about 030 Cause unknown Loss about 9100 o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 21 January 1904

fef Vr > > V t 250 200 150 100 5o now 20 ob fefDiscount Sale on Our Entire Stock for 15 Days For Cash feoo 250 200 x 160 IOO HATS now 240 200 160 130 80 SHIRTS now < Candidates Cards Printed Promptly THE HERALD FOR PROMPT SERVICE A A r T I A 4 it Quiet Wedding Last evening about 7 oclock Mr Alfred llarachall and Miss Ona Wil- liams were united in marriage at tho Centenary Methodist church parson age Rev Willis pastor officiating The wedding was a very quiet affair and was a surprise to most of tho young couples friends However planning for the event had been going on for some time and they had planned well too for as a result the happy couple left the marriage altar and entered a completely furnished house at 406 John street which will in future be their homo The bride is ono of tho citys fairest daughters with a largo circle of friends while tho groom is book keeper for Wood Bros and is a young man of fine social and business qual- ities Tho Herald joins their many friends...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 21 January 1904

tih 1 A if i > t 1 P St if i < fcVi w m ABOUT ALFALFA E E Smith of Sherman the alfalfa king of Texas and who is recognized authority on the growing harvesting and market- ing of this greatest of forage plants on a recent occasion said Alfalfa is a democratic plant which seems specially adapted to our republican form of government smiling alike on the rich and the poor It never dies from old age and never falls from grace Ten years ago I sowed my first small patch and each recurring spring has found me enlarging and ex- panding until it has reached its present huge size and I have no thought of stopping yet A le- gume and perennial in one the value of alfalfa as a forage plant cannot be over estimated This wonderful plant not only draws largely upon the nitrogen in the air for its supply of food for its own growth but stores vast quan- tities of this expensive fertilizer in the soil enriphing and reno- vating it instead of exhausting and impoverishing it as many other crops do ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 21 January 1904

J rt 6ft n V XT Y G H HUNTER > vjyilwinary Surgeon and Dentist Office at Latimer Crawfords iivery stable 5J5 Palestine ± exasv ijt fcodeison and Anderson Co ABSTRACT f COMPANY W MEREDITH MANGR ft is t fit W W Wainrighl Son UNDERTAKERS and Embalmers Full line of coffins caskets burial robes and shrouds Finest rubber tired hcarso and nmbulaneo In the city Carriages furnished In all funerals Open Day and Night Avenue A Phone 240 Out of town orders promptly attended to Professional Cards ANDREW A SPEEGLE JVOSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Offlco oyer Jordans Hardware Store PALESTINE TEXAS do without Will A general practice medication or the surgeons knife f SKnife as last resort Office Phone 1 Residence t Practice Limited to Consultation and Surgery OFFICE I 6 N HOSPITAL A M BARTON LAWiERu Office With Campbell HcMeans Palestine Texas chas k Mcdonald > ff ARCHITECT UM Buildings designed and construction VL superintended Suburban residence WX a specialty Would bo pleased tc ftr > meet any w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 21 January 1904

i > i c t V a stCv No 0 800 am No 1203 am FROM WEST No 6 730 am No 41151 pm DEPART No 1 1145 am No C 730 pm 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 F000 It is the greatest of egg producers Call and get a Stock and Poultry book free Moore O Ballew DRUGGISTS FROM SOUTH No 12015 pm No i 1130 pm No 111155 pm No 6 800 pm ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce Mr Conrad Perry as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Anderson county subject to the action of the Democratic party PERSONAL NOIKS W H Caldwell of Tyler is in tho city John Durst of Tyler was hero this morning J M Sharp of Tyler is in the city on business Maje Eastland is out after a hard tussle with pneumonia D H Wood and wife of San Fran- cisco Cal aro in the city John Townsend the insurance man went u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 22 January 1904

r l s SHIRTS I Hi 250 200 200 160 150 130 135 r IIO MENS SHOES 600 5oo 400 350 300 250 200 175 150 135 125 now < < We need the room for our Spring Stock quick and get choice T T 1 48o 400 320 280 240 200 I40 I40 130 IIO 100 Come Wood Bros Candidates Cards Printed Promptly THk HERALD tho Paper With tho Circulation BIG STEELPLANT < HURLED TO ATOMS Cambria Mills at Johnton Pa The Scene of Further Deadly Havoc Johnston Pa Jan 21 The huge plant of the Cambria steel mills was wrecked by an explosion last night and many lives have been lost while the list of the injured will reach over fifty The victims were mostly omployos of the company At four oclock this morning so von of the injured in tho Cambria steel mill explosion were receiving atten- tion at the Cambria hospital Two of these are in a critical con- dition A large force of workmen is digging in tho great mass of rains searching for bodies The immense building is a total wreck and the money loss is very heavy The turns wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 22 January 1904

I Wf fey P Pr Wf V i its sr rMij tv G s Cr r U IK mi Li All announcements for office in the Herald must be paid for in advance No deviation from this rule Fees County offices either daily or weekly editions 8600 In both daily and weekly editions 8750 Precinct offices 300 in both daily and weekly editions 500 City offices For all offices except aldermen either daily or weekly editions 500 in both edi tions S750 Aldermen In either daily or weekly editions 300 in both editions 500 FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce Mr Conrad Perry ub a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Anderson county subject to the action of the Democratic party MAN POOR MAN Woe unto ye candidate Poor persecuted man Your portion is troubles trials and tribulations The Jacksonville Reformer tells of some of his troubles in the fol- lowing Tjhere is an imposition practiced upon the candidates for oflicc that is very unjust and that is the practice of making him dig up for every new cliurch that is to be buil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 22 January 1904

to C FALLING FROM ALOFT cr r A jr i H 3our Stomach No appetite loss of strength Mrvousness headache constipation ibad breath general debility sour rts tngs and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures fadlg stion This new discovery repre enta the natural juices of digestion they exist In a healthy stomach oomblned with the greatest known tonic > and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In- digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by idealising purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes IHalBf the atomach Kodol DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gtvaa Health to the Clck and Strength to the WmIc oatr 100 Size holdlne 2Jf times lh trial die which sells or 50c CFKputd 1 > r8 C DeWItt Co Chluro t V I Tor Sale by all Druggists it1 t M t i Jv it 1mi 1 mi I Needed in Every Home Always rUp to Date > websters International v Dictionary A Dictionary or ENGLISH BiographyGeogrnphr Fiction etc The New a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 22 January 1904

If fT v X j re to f 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 l oult y book Moore < Sl Ballew DRUGGIST5 Arrival and Departure of Trains FROM NORTH NoE 700 pm No 6 800 am No 41206 am ARRIVE ntou WEST No 11133 amiNoe 730 am No 411B1 pm DEPART No 11145 am No 6 730 pm tj FROM SOUTH No 12615 pm No 41130 pm FOB SOUTH No 111155 pm No C 800 pm PERSONAL NOTE L S Price of Calvert is here H J Arledge ofCrockett is here W T Pridgenof Grapeland is in the city R R Dobbins of Calvert is doing business here Ohas Grainger came in from the north this afternoon J M Follinwider came home from the west this morning Mrs W G Jameson andlittle daugti ter returned from Ru9k today Rev Greathouse now pastor at Jack- sonville was in the city l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 23 January 1904

If v t v 1 Si i ApJ S i I now SHIRTS now 240 200 160 130 80 250 200 200 160 150 130 100 80 5o 40 UNDERWEAR 300 Suits now 240 200 i6o 150 130 100 80 50 40 LADIES SHOES 300 now 240 250 200 2oo 160 150 130 135 110 MENS SHOES 600 500 400 35o 300 250 200 < r75 150 i35 125 now 11 it We need Ihe room for our Spring Stock quick and get choice 480 400 320 280 240 200 140 140 130 110 100 Come Wood Bros Candidates Cards Printed THE HERALD tho Paper With tho Circulation V < 1 Spring Footwear Our Spring line of Ladies Slippers and Oxfords are here and we can say without hesitation that it s the handsomest line we have ever shown New Strap Slippers New Newport Ties New French Heel Oxfords Low Heel Common Sense Congress PRICES RANGE FROM 150 to 450 iH f f S > NO WHISKEY SHIPMENTS Instructions to Agents tiiat Same Will Not Be Received The popularity which tho prohibi- tion movement has gained throughout tho Stato has wrapped the freight traffic departments of Texas railroads in a vale of u...

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

i 4 r Bit ff The farming class has always constituted the conservative ele- ment in our national makeup Why is a farmer conservative First because as a land owner he is always certain of work and of subsistence for self and his loved ones whatever cataclysm political or financial may appear Again the farmer is a man of family and an employer with the inter ests of the citizen Testing square pUMa iwbcPftd hoaktersjbiBe W t I f V wcv q THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD Entered in the Palestine Texas Postofllce as SecondCJass Mail Matter Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and PboiRIETOKS JFI FPHQNE 4 44 = = The Hamilton Boys You Know SUBSCRIPTION 10 CENTS THE WEEK 1 Take you heed of this As sure as you live the producersaro the feeders and cloth- iers of the world BY THE YEAR 8500 i Among froomon thero should bo no masters but Justice and duty and lovo cf right and fellowman PALESTINE TEXAS JANUARY 23 1904 ANNOUNCEMENTS All announcements for office in th...

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

V W ti K hi 1 n r fit x Seven Gored Skirt The seven gored skirt that flares freely and gracefully at the lower portion retains all its vogue in spite iol the many noyelties Introduced i Jhls on allows of either the inverted plaits or habit back and is trimmed with shaped straps that add much to its stylo As shown it is made of nut brown hopsacking with straps of broadcloth piped with velvet and Is stitched with cor ticelll silk but all materials used for skirts and for en- tire gowns are suitable The skirt is cut in seven gores that are shaped to widen generously below the knees and to provide the fashion- able flare The back gores are cut for inverted plaits but can be cut off at indicated lines when the habit ef- fect is preferred The straps are pointed at their ends and are ar- ranged over the gores before the skirt Is seamed The quantity of material required for the medium size is 9 yards 21 inches wide 4 yards 44 or 4 yards 52 inches wide when material has fig- ure or nap 3 yar...

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

V m 5pHltstiitt gatljj l ralb W H H T HAMILTON Pubs PALESTINE TEXAS Never meddle with people who dont meddle with you When a man celebrates his birth- day ho takes a day off a woman a year Life Reckless railroading makes time lor the trains but it makes eternity for the passengers As yet no college president has an- nounced a 2000000 Christmas gift from uncle Russell Sage If the Harvard professor who has found the scarlet fever germ could only lose it permanently They are christening the babies Par silal In New York What a fine Wag- nerian racket theyll make A floating paragraph says rats eat SCOOOOCOO worth of food in this coun- try in one year Rats Rats Mr Carnegie has now given away 1000 libraries enough to take up quite a sizable edition of his book The Sanford Tribune is giving up space generously to the discussion by correspondents of the exact location or hell Just 5152 locomotives have been built in the United StatC3 this year including alas only S8 electric lo comotives The...

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

Miss Rose Hennessy well known as a poetess and elocutionist of Lexington Ky tells how she was cured of uterine inflammation and ovaritis by the use of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Dear Mn Pixeham I have been so blessedly helped through the use cf Lydia E Pinkhanis Vegetable Compound that I feel it but just to acknowledge it hoping that it may help some other wemar muttering1 as I did For years I enjoyed the best of health and thought tliut I would always do so I attended parties and receptions thinly clad and would bo suddenly chilled but I did not think of the results I caught a bad cold eighteen months ago while menstruating and this caused inflammation of the womb and congested ovaries I suffered excruciating pains and kept getting worse My attention was called to your Vcgetablo Compound and the wonderful cures It had performed and I made up uy mind to try it for two mouths and ee what it would do for me Within one month I felt much hotter and at the close of the second I ...

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

N ft 4 r THE WAR CLOUD IN THE FAR EAST THREATENED RUSSOJAPANESE HOSTILITIES JAPAN Map of the Probable Scene of Oper 2B stJFtei ± t Artllerr r Si t < > nsrand Typesofthe lSotdlejyvof T1 V Cavalryman fH > irftheflRlvaHNatlonsJ I S t r Infantry Skirmishing A dispatch to the London Daily Mail from Seoul says that M Pavloff the Russian minister at Seoul has notified the Corean government that Corcan troops have crossed the Chinese boun- dary repeatedly and committed ex- cesses against the inhabitants Rus- sian customs officials on the extreme northeastern border report similar oc- currences and assert that the Coreans are burning villages and killing peo- ple Minister Pavloff warned the au- thorities that such proceedings Tilll necessitate severe measures Riots have broken out at Chyung Chjongdo in the province of Plyon gan Corea Bennett Burleigh in dispatches from Toklo says Negotiations probably will proceed for four days more You may discount continental assurances of Russias...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 23 January 1904

t l x i i > i + t fi V < r 1 i Stomach No appetite loss of strength Mrrousoess headache constipation btd breath genera debility sour ris- ings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures tahfostlon This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion M tneyexist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In dlfeatton and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes vUnlng the stomach Kodol BIOESTS WHAT YOU EAT Wvca Health to the 61ck and BtrcnyUt to thaWialc only 5100 Sba holdtae 25f times l th trial size which sails for 50c rraf taby S C DeWitt Co Chleip > JTor Sale by all Druggists Jeededii Every Home Always teB Up to Date websters 1 International C Dictionary A Dictionary of ENGLISH Blo raphyGeographyFictionetc v The New and Enlarged Edition Contains 25000 New Words N...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 23 January 1904

> V in < Wli Ff > f Bfi h x FEOM NORTH No 11135 am No 6 700 pm JOB NORTH No 8 800 am No 41209 am ARRIVE FROM WEST No 6 730 am No 41151 pm DEPART No 1 1145 am No 5 730 pm Watson Durham FBOM SOUTH No 12615 pm No 41130 pm FOR SOUTH No 111155 pm No 5 800 pm PERSONAL NOTES Mrs A F Starr is visiting in Dallas A W Elkins and wife are visiting in Troupe Rev A P Scofleld went south this afternoon ErneBt Smith was a passenger south this afternoon Hon B F Rogers of Elmtown is in the city today Miss Harris returned to her home at Nacogdoches this morning J W Brown is here from Uttlo Rock visiting his sister Mrs Teague Col A F Starr and Mr Lucius Gooch went down to Elkhart this af- ternoon i Mrs Geo J Hunter ofHouston is a Y B es ofhMra D J j Price on South P JMrs < R vK lMcBrIdeyaniMK Js Bm dde rSbarhedio TyierUiis morning after a short visit to Rev aud Mrs Gus Garrison Mrs Hughes returned to Dallas this morning Her mother Mrs J F Watts is reported much better and recovering from he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palestine Daily Herald — 25 January 1904

ItM UT K UK 1 a ft > V Vf gf VOL II NO 173 FSr Discount Sale on Our Entire Stock for 15 Days For Cash HATS 300 now 240 250 200 200 160 150 130 100 So SHIRTS 250 now 200 200 160 150 130 100 80 5o u 40 UNDERWEAR 300 Suits now 240 200 160 150 130 100 80 50 40 We need the room for our Spring Stock quick and get choice LADIES SHOES 300 now 240 250 200 150 135 MENS SHOES 600 now 7 480 500 400 400 320 350 280 300 240 250 200 200 140 175 140 150 130 i35 110 125 100 200 160 130 110 Come Wood Bros Candidates Cards Printed rALDVthe Paper With tho Circulation f I PALESTINE HES IN TROUBLE Tax Collector McHe3iioIds Is Bothered With Poll Tax Liv County Tax Collector McRoynoIds Is in a peck of trouble and In tho Immortal words of a former U S Senator is wondering where he is at Under a former ruling ho had declined to accept property tax on property whoso owner was dno tho State and county a poll tax in in stances where another offered to pay thn tax claiming that undor the law tho poll tax had ...

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