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THE PALESTINE DABLY HERALD
Entered in the Palestine Texas PoBtofflce aa BecondOlasB Mail Matter
Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excepted
W M AND H V HAMILTON JR
TELEPHONE 444
Editor R T Milner of the Hender
son Times and a staunch Campbell
man was In the city last night and
addressed the Campbell meeting at
the city hull He paid a very high
tribute to our nelghobr Mr Mllner
sajs he believes Campbell will sweep
the state and will be our next gover
nor His judgment Is reliable in
most things and we believe It is es
pecially so in this case
The people have been very compli
mentary In expressing their apprecia
tion or the manner In which the Her
ald has furnished the news of the
great San Francisco disaster It
costs money to get such reports and
the Herald is glad its efforts In this
direction are appreciated Through
such a senfee the people of Pales
tine have been given the details of a great event In the history of Texas
SifeegfiL
EDITOB3 AND PHOPBIETOE8
The Hamilton Boys Yon Know
SUBSCRIPTION 15 CENTS THE WEEK
BY THE YJBAB 1600
Take you heed or
this As sure as you
Ilveth e producers are
the feeders and cloth
iers of the world
Among freemen
there should be no
masters but Justice
and duty and love of
right and fellowman
PALESTINE TEXAS APRIL 20 1906
THIS DATE IN HISTORY
1534 Eliza Barton Maid of Kent
executed
1579 Hammond burned for heresy
at Norwich England
1C26 San Salvador Brazil sur
rendered by the Dutch to the Portu
guese
1657 Admiral Blake destroyed the
Spanish fleet of sixteen vessels
1C7C Battle of Sudbury Mass
171S David Bralnerd famous mis
sionary to Indians born
1775 General Putnam joined the
patriot band at Concord Mass
1792 French declared war against
Francis I of Hungary and Bohemia
180S Louis Napoleon born Died
January 9 1873
1S09 Austrians defeated at Abens
herg Batavla by Napoleon I
1812 George Clinton vice presi
dent of the United States died Born
1730
1814 Napoleon took leave of the
Old Guard at Fontalnebleau
1821 Frederick C Achard Prus
sian chemist who first made sugar
fiom beets died
1835 Samuel Slater builder of the
Arts cotton factory In America died
1S38 Meteoric showers at Knox
ville Tenn
1845 William Head member of
Washingtons stair died at Charles
ton S C
1855 Suspension bridge at SL An
thonys Falls Minn partially de
stroyed hy a gale
1856 Robert L Stevens steamboat
and railroad promoter died
1861 Mint at Charlotte N C was
seized by Confederates
1862 OrazaliaUMexlcooccupled by
ftheFrench 1 i lf
1S82 Welland Canal opened lor
navigation
1885 Five hundred natives per
ished In eruption of volcano Smeru
Java
1887 Suicide of Lieut John Danen
hower Arctic explorer
1893 Business section of Wardner
Idaho burned
1894 Betrothal announced of the
Grand Duke Nicholas Czarowitz of
Russia to Princess Allx of Hesse
All aboard for Athens
A big ciowd of Palestine people
will go to Athens tomorrow to hear
Hon T M Campbell open his cam
paign for governor His home friends
will want to hear his opening gun
fired
State Expert Printer Connerly who
was recently appointed to the posi
tion has sent in his resignation giv
ing as his reason fdr retirement that
private business Interests demand his
attention He is In business at El
Paso
Palestine should send a relief fund
for the San Francisco sufferers The
Herald is sure any of the bank offi
cials In the city will receive funds
for this cause and see that they are
forwarded to the right source Let
us respond to the distress call of our
friends
The school bonds issued by the city
have been sold and the city now has
money with which to build a new
building in the Fourth Ward and to
make Improvements on the other
school buildings The council was in
special session last night to close up
the deal and deliver the bonds
the fire and earthquake just twelve
hours earlier than they could have
otherwise gotten It
OLD HICKORY CHIPS
By Our Wise Man
A toreador recently carried away
from the City of Mexico 140000 for
twentytwo performances which the
football fraternity admit Is the best
touchdown of the season
This government is to send a rep
resentative to the wedding of King
Alfonso Just as evidence that we bear
no ill will for the way the Philippines
were left on our hands
A Manila cable says the Filipinos
are worried by a fear that they will
be sold This will dissipate the gen
eral Impression that the nation which
buys the Philippines will he sold
An infuriated Norwegian living In
Iowa has denaturalized himself for
the reason as he claims that this is
no longer a free country However
he will still have the pilvilcge of
paying taxes and complaining about
taxation without representation
NOTES OF THE LABOR WORLD
The metal manufacturers of Toledo
Including seventeen of the twenty
plants in the city have organtzed a
branch of the National Metal Trades
Association and declare they will
make no distinction between union
and nonunion workers In employing
men
I abor Mayor Eugene Schmidt of
San Francisco Is being boomed for
governor of California on a strictly
labor party ticket
A InTOmentll > oitxJ
Itf
be made San Francisco against the
everIncreasing number of Japanese
cobblers
An International home for aged and
Indigent members of the craft is be
ing planned by the Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen and 75000 has
been set aside for the purpose
The agreement between the Broth
erhood of Operative Potters and the
manufacturers drawn up at the con
vention In Buffalo last July has been
accepted by the latter The new wage
scale and agreement will be In force
two years
Stone masons at Springfield Ohio
has asked for 45 cents an hour for
eight hours They have been receiv
ing 30 to 34 cents Bricklayers now
get CO cents an hour a difference that
does not exist elsewhere In the wages
of these two crafts
In the entire United States the ra
tio of unionists to poulatlon Is 1 to 29
while In the state of New York It Is
1 to 18 and In Illinois 1 to 167 In
Colorado with 41 trades unions a
total membership of 48837 Is report
ed which is 1 to 11 In poulatlon In
agricultural states like Missouri the
ratio of trades union membership to
total population is of course less
General Organizer W J Kelly of
the Carpenters International Union is
in Milwaukee assisting the local
unions In obtaining their closed shop
regulation
TRAIN SERVICE
For Those Desiring to Go to Athens
to Hear Hon T M Campbell
Palestine people desiring to go to
Athens tomorrow to hear Hon T M
Campbell deliver his opening speech
in his campaign for governor will
leave on the regular north bound
train which Ieaes the city promptly
at 8 oclock Connection will be made
at Jacksonville with a special train
over the T N O which leaves
that city at 10 oclock arriving In
Athens at 1140 Returning the
special train leaves Athens at 440
making connection at Jacksonville
again with the I G N arriving In
this city nt 730 The round trip
will be 150
All who Intend going on this trip
are urged to be at the station at least
fifteen minutes before the train
leaCH that badges etc may be sup
plied It is hoped bj the committee
having in charge these arrangements
that as many as can will go as it Is
desired to make Palestine loom up at
this meeting which promises to be
rjittfiik
fas
M
BIG MASS IE1
HELD LAST
AND PRELIMINARY MOVElMADE
IN ORGANIZING A CAMPBELL
CLUB TO ATHENS
Despite the Inclement wertth r a
very representative audlencaofjgales
tlne citizens with a good jpnnitUng
of ladles responded to the calllfor a
mass meeting last evening aainsgelty
hall to take preliminary stepsitoward
organizing a Campbell Cldfljand for
a general rally for the SntffijjRs ex
cursion to Athens to henrflojulfctHs
tlnguished neighbor make lilgppelnlng
campaign speech as a candjdatgj for
governor
Col Geo A Wright call
meeting to order and jlnT
Judge Ned Morris who infg
well timed words stated th
the meeting
Mr A G Greenwood was
temporary chairman and
the chair made appropriateMemafks
Mr Roy Sewell was electcdltcmpo
rary secretary
Editor R T Mllner of He
a staunch Campbell man 1
cnt was asked to address
ing which he did making
able address
Following this address Col
moved that a committee
ward of the city be appoln
culate lists for members o
bell Club The motion prev
the chair named the folio
mittees
First Ward R J Wallace
Hearne Nat Dobbs
Second Ward Judge P WBSrown
W H McGill C C JohnsMGoorge
Schmidt CapL J J Word
Third Ward O J DugcyHBeSStA
Wright H L Wright P H
Fourth Ward G W Dav
Taylor W S Denby R C fax
Mr John R Hearne mndcjqfinotion
that a committee be appolnuTdB to
rally a big crowd to go to Mhcns
The following committee
pointed
Col Geo A Wright J
Nat Dobbs Albert Greenwooi
Mr T B Greenwood offeredlthe
following resolutions whfclflKwere
unanimously adopted
Resolved That the Democracy Of
Anderson County In mass meeilngfaa
sembled unanimously and icSraially
endorse the candidacy of HbnwrigM
Campbell for Governor ofaTpSifand
wepledge to hlrnonrJoy dJagSSkirty
Support
Individually and collective
ire to the people of Texafe
raising by education
by his dally life among
proven himself worthy to fillthis
President Mrs W B RoUlnsSn
Secretary Mrs Lucius GwjSfo
One of the Interesting JaWjes of
the meeting was a collectlcmRS flow
ers grown hy the laldes onlujf sso
caltlon grounds which enterprl
been under way for about tou
under the supervision of sjMrj
Morris The ladles have d
extend the work of beautify
grounds and will make
sive improvements
Notes and Personal
Milton Morr s recentlyjrappolnted
city passenger and ticket agfetfllbr the
1 G X hammved hisjftamily to
Houston and they are nowfrak home
at 1509 Capitol avenue MggMorris
leaves tonight for GalYPstorrjgmd will
go to Sin Antonio tomoiTowjIn ad
dition to his duties as cltyipassenger
agent he is still doing a mS of his
old time labor as travelingjgiSsenger
agent
Frank Matthews stock c
of the International and Gr <
ern and T C Rady dlvlsia
tendent of the same system
the clt > this mornln
Chronicle
Work
Work
park Is being pushed rapid
grounds will be enclosed lils
Yesterda > the force at won
mi m I to in blowing up seve
startling the citizens In
hoi hood hut adding gren
base ball enthusiasm Ap
positions on the team aro
out and the team will
working order by MonJa
tory to the opening
28th
on Base Ball
on the Palestine1
by trainband
us he lias
high olllce We trust him Inrprlvate
life we trust him in public Iff and
If the people or Texas will tnisrPblm
he will prove himself as tnteJat hem
as he has to us In the language of
Jefferson he Is honest he IsitSpable
he is faithful and we arejjjad to
honor him with our united support
Adjourned subject to caHJjgf the
chairman
Officers Were Elected
The Undies Auxiliary of Iff
C A held regular session Wednesday
at which time the election ogoillcers
was held for the ensuing yqaTjfehich
resulted as follows
Tm agent
> North
superln
ived In
SHouston
WEATHER FORECAST
For Palestine and Vicinity
Fair and colder tonight Saturday
fair Warmer In west portion
Minimum temperature 02 maxi
mum 74
WEATHER CONDITIONS
The high pressure area Is central
over Colorado It is causing cooler
and fair weather over the Southwest
ern States but rain Is falling In ad
vance of this area over the greaterf
part of Texas nearly one and a half
Inches fell Inst night in San Antonio
Rain with thunderstorms occurred in
the past 24 hurs In Oklahoma Kan
sas Missouri and Texas
The low pressure area is over Iakr
Superior it is causing continued
warm and cloudy conditions In that
section The temperature is as high
as 50 degrees In the Northwest and
60 degrees in the Gulf States It Is
lowest 32 degrees in Utah The
changes have been slight since yes
terday Fair and colder weather Is
indicated tonight in the vicinity of
Palestine and fair weather Saturday
G HASS HAG EN
Official in Charge
Lamp chimneys all sizes 5c at the
Wonder Store 202t
SATISFACTION
Smiling Faces guaranteed
with every pnokapn of laundry
work wo deliver Yon will smllo
because of the beautiful heavy
and pliable llniKh wo tlvo your
starched goods
Wo aro careful to dampen the
Boamtt of fold collarn boforoshap
ing them tIiIh softens the starch
and prevents tho linen frnn
cracking by being bont when
Btlfl
This Is just one Instance
of the earn wo takn to
give entire satisfaction
In doing your work
If wo nro not Rotting your work
make tho charge today
Martin Steam
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Frank Martin Prop
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That is tho kind of Printing yon got at the Herald Office
Tho largest shipment of Stationery ever opened in Palestine
just received Let us print some of it for you
Everything From a One Inch
Label to a Book
THE HERALD
PHONE 444
Holiday Excursions
to points in Mississippi Alabama Tennessee Georgia
North and South Carolina blorida Kentucky Arkan
sas Kansas Colorado North and South Dakota
Iowa Minnesota VViftonin Michigan Missouri
Tickets on sale December 21 22 23 limit 30 days
TO TUB SoUTHKAbT
via Memphis the Rock Island offers advantage of
through car service to that gateway and Union Depot
connections there avoiding transfer across town and
delay to passengers or baggage
To tub North West or East
we have best service quick tune good connections
Chicago and Rbtukn
one faro plus 2 December 16 17 18 19 limitjDecem
ber 2G account Live Stock Exposition
Throuou Slkkpeks and Chair Cars
to Chicago and Kutww City daily
For a Trip Anywiikre
write me for rates routes etc and full information
will besentyott at once Jive me names of friends who
expect to make a Holiday journey and I will advise
them also
PHIL A AUER
G P A C It l M G Ry
Fort Wortn Texas
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