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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 01, 1904, Image 1

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He Is Thankful
Mr O M Kay elected county at
torney is still sick and confined to bis
room He sent word to the Herald to
write a card of thanks expressing bis
gratitude for the handsome support
the voters of the county gave him
Mr Kay promises a full performance
of his duties without fear or favor
and the Herald believes ho will do his
duty regardless And that is tlio kind
of man that should fill this highly Im
portant office
The Herald hopes with his numer
OQS friends that Mr Kay will soon bo
restored to perfect health
Isap foanAlalarg is in good con
wealth through
wrengtbensvthe
and bowels and helps
Ifsyatem to resist disease germs
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Hind Tailored
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OUR LAST
CUT ON
SUMMER
CLOTHING
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THE BEST
Ice Cream Soda costs only Five
Cents The poorest Ice Cream
Soda sold in Palestine costs that
much You will find the best at
BRATTONS Thatis the unan
imous verdict It is an unsettled
question as to who keeps the
poorest
Bratton
Drug
Company
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Good News
The famous Tyler College of Tyler
Texas will more into its elegant threo
story brick building this week It is
by far the finest and largest commer
cial school building in the South it is
elegantly equipped scientifically ven
tilated and lighted
Tills school is certainly enjoying the
success it so much deserves 900 stu
dents enrolled this year Any one in
terested in a commercial or shorthand
course should write for their freo cat
alogue at once
If you enjoy a delicious cup of pure
mocha and java coffee and it pleases
you to use only the very boat then go
to Hooker Company and secure a
of fear He is <
can otthe famopa ApAMO Uau Ihw 4
U4ES
The Horald will introduces Madamo
to tho ladies of Palestine
FRANK MORRIS
TELLS OF DEFEAT
Offer Consolation to His Fellow
Sufferers and Says Defeat Is
Not as Bad as It Looks Will
Work for the Ticket
You no doubt realizo by this time
that I am off oil a trip up Salt river
but the way is so well marked by thoso
who have gono before that I have had
little troublo in finding it
I have now readied my destination
and found several of my friends whom
I know and who several days ago
were smilling over tho prospects for
an office but they aro now trying to
figuro out just how it happonod
There is quite a crowd of ua horo
towit Wilso Ewlng Soidon Mc
Moans Alf Doxtor Will Korsh JIurf
Rogers Bob Potty and others too
ntynerous to mention from other parts
of tho state
Wo mot our good friends Z A Mc
Reynolds Bon Parker Will Mont
gomery Conrad Perry Geo Tucker t
Byron Singlotary Oilvor Tippon Jno
Moore Tom Harris Tom Phillips Sam
Howard Rceso Fowler Jo A Johnson
and others who took tho trip on tho
9th They aro ail goodnatured fel
lows and good democrats
Wo shall remain hero until about the
1st of Septcmbor and then we shall all
como homo and help fight the batt
of tho grandest party on earth 2j
Whilo we were preparing to push
away from shore the other boat pushed
away and went gliding smoothly OVM
the waters that lead to the various of
ficial harbors of tho county and aUi
with J J Blount as captain who f
clared as tho signal was given lb
Old J J was standing on his hlwf
legs A candidate for public office
like a mariner without a com
drifting on tho tompest tossed W <
of uncertainty between t
cliffs of hope and V jf
aivv
mpas
public sentiment and tbeVdi
of politics and even If ho rcachb
goal of his ambition ho will sootV
PALESTINE TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 1 1904
CONDOS BROS HEADQUARTERS IFOR CANDIES AND ICE CRE
the beak of tho vulture In his heart
and the fang of the serpent in bis soul
Tbo ark of my humble public career
rqTts on the Ararat of private life and I
shall soon stand on its peaceful sum
mit and look down upon tho receding
flXod of politics
XTho dovo of my destiny has brought
me an olivo branch from happier fields
aid I shall go hence to labor and to
iWo but I shall take with mo a heart
Tqll of gratitude and a soul full of
precious memories gratitude to my
nds for their unwavering conQ
f co in mo precious momories of
tfioso who have boen kind and true
Tho record I bavo made is an open
Cpok to all I am willing to live and
die by It for whatever mistakes I have
made I kept steadily in view tho honor
of my county the Interests of the
Tjounty Clorks office and as well tho
interests of tho people
Sincerely thanking my friends who
rjmainod loyal and supported me and
forgiving thoso who did not I beg to
remain
Ihe
Your humble servant
Fkank Morris
SECOND
PRIMARY YOTE
Saturday Completed the Nom
inees for Democratic Offices
in Anderson County
e primary election on Saturday
doff quietly though consider
Interest was manifested and somo
workwas done by the candidates
friends The Herald has not
it necessary to get up a tabu
70to by precincts but bebw
e totals and majorities in each
lhese figures are as near cor
obtainable at this lime One
atta School House Is not in
thia estimate but no chango
alt in any race by this vote
x only votes about 30 strong
ros are
iepresontatire Blount 1231
e < 5 Biounta majority
vaJudge Erwhy 1318
fclrWiftIWp
Jy Attorney Kay 1252
tiH Kays majority 07
County Clerk Austin 1331
Our LaCut On
SUMMER LOTHING
3T
fry
Not necessary to say much only that we do not want
to carry over a single one ofj bur Spring and Summer
Suits Dont think we shallfhave many left when you
consider the following reduced prices if you half way
need a suit
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PALESTINE DAILY HERALD
VOL III NO 23
Royal I National Bank
= OF PALESTINE
CAPITAL
Shareholders Liability
Security to Depositors
10000000
810000000
520000000
N R Eoyall President
J W Wright VicePres Tucker Royall Cashier
HampsokGary VicePres C W Hanks Asst Cash
The largo Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position
and its established roputaJon for Conservative Banking are
among the substantial advantages offered to present and pros
pective patrons
Morris 1050 Austins majority 331
For District Clerk Brown 1296
Rogers 1053 Browns majority 233
For Justice of the Peace Phillips
511 Dexter 475 Phillips majority
26
For Constable Boyd 533 Kersh
474 Boyds majority 64
Fall Samples
The Crescent Tailoring Co corner
of Oak and John streets just opposite
the front ontrance of Graham Bro s
has just received a full line of fall sam
ples of domestic and imported goods
and tho public is invited to inspect
them
This concern also does all kinds of
cleaning pressing and altering First
class work has brought them a big
business Prices aro always reason
able
Going to Houston
A large numbor ardelegates from
conntlea to tho north oLjis jpassed
oidfefito Sfly fodayfgoTng to Hous
ton to tho State convention Among
them were some of the leaders of the
North and East Texas country
30
10 Cents a Week
TUCUMARI HOLDUP
5
Rock Island Passenger Train No
5 Robbed Saturday
El Paso Texas July 31 North
bound Rock Island passenger train
No 5 in charge of Conductor J B
York was held up by three masked
men supposed to be Mexicans at
Logan N M 350 miles northeast of
here at 10 oclock last night The ex
press car and safe therein were dyna
mited and badly damaged but not
more than a hundred dollars was se
cured by the robbers who after ter
rorizing the train men and passengors
rode off toward the rugged mountain
near the Colorado lino where they
have a rendezvous
At Ityiitf
Mr Geo Cooke and bride arriv
homo last night from
other points They
at th aFanlkn er hatefik
inlbffklyexUmUfa oirraMi
to Mr and Mrs Cooke
The Bargain Store has a halffcarl
load of tin fruitcans for salo cheap
Nllkl l J W But feltffu
GRAHAM BROTHERS
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6 MinT
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OUR LAST
CUT ON
SUMMER
CLOTHING
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