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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, July 13, 1907, Image 1

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Of our successful banking lies in the
saving of time and trouble we afford
customers Ample facilities liberal
loans prompt collections and a de
sire to please is our offer to you to
avail yourself of our business meth
ods by banking here
ROBINSON BROS BANK
UNINCORPORATED
MACHINERY
Should you need Cotton Ginning Cane Grinding Saw Mill or other
Machinery or repairs for same it matters not by whom made Dilleys
can save you time trouble or money perhaps all if you will consult
them You are desirious of building up Anderson County give proof of
it by first giving home factories employing home labor an opportunity
to serve you and then all things being equal give them the preference
Call on or Addrill
Geo M Dilley EX Son
P a 1 a 11 n a Texas
SUMMER OATS
We have a complete line of Straw and Panama
Hats at Reasonable Prices
Our 25c Wash Ties the Prettiest on the market
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PALESTINE DAILY HERALD
VOL V NO 308
PALESTINF TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON JULY 13 1907
BEING HIT HARD
HARD BY WITNESSES FOR THE
DEFENSE HE IS CONTRADICT
ED VERY OFTEN
Special to the Herald
Boise Idaho July 13 The defense
In the Haywood case rested Its case
Immediately after court opened this
morning The state announced that
its first witness would be John Rice
the Caldwell attorney who swore that
Orchard did not hare a mustache in
November 1905
Dan Galney of Walla Walla Wash
ington contradicted Dominick Fllnn
who had sworn that Orchard was play
ing cards in Bunker Hill when the
mines were blown up Gainey testi
fied that Flinn told him he did not
know where Orchard was at that time
IL E Grlnshaw of Dead wood was
called to testify that John ONeill ed
itor of the Miners Magazine was
tried for murder but on objection the
court took the matter under advise
mcnL A number of railroad men tes
tified that Orchard could not have rid
den on a certain train In 1905 when
Elliott swore he met htm
J T Stevenson clerk at the Cullen
Hotel In Salt Lake City swore that
he saw Orcahrd at the time Elliott
said he saw him on the train J H
Moser of Denver swore he saw Orch
ard at his rooming house at the time
Dr McGee saw him In Wallace Idaho
WANTS COMPANIES ENJOINED
State Superintendent of Insurance Ob
jects to Rate Book
Special to the Herald
Topcka Kas July 13 A petition
asking for an Injunction restraining
eightyfive insurance companies all
licensed in the state from using the
new rate book prepared by C E Eld
rldge of the state Inspection bureau
was filed In the district court by State
Superintendent of Insurance Barnes
who alleges that the use of the book
prevents competition
If the order is disobeyed the com
panies will be placed in the hands of
receivers The recent advance In In
surance rates caused State Superin
tendent Barnes to act Judge Dana
granted a temporary Injunction
rooiL
STANDS OFFOFFIGFRS
HE WAS SERIOUSLY WOUNDED
IN AN AFFRAY WITH OFFICERS
BUT HAS NOT BEEN TAKEN
Special to the Herald
Tulsa I T July 13 Jim Island a
negro outlaw charged with robbing
the Frisco station at Claremorc was
seriously wounded in an affray with
officers He is heavily armed and is
in hiding in a thick woods four miles
from this city The Federal marshal
and his deputies were repulsed last
night but are arranging for another
expedition and expect to capture the
negro
RIVER WALKER SUICIDES
Man Who Gained Notice By Walking
Mississippi River Is Dead
Special to the Herald
Memphis Tenn July 13 C N
Oldrlcve the man who walked the
Ohio and Mississippi rivers from Cin
cinnati to New Orleans last winter
Is dead from a selfadministered dose
of chloroform
His wife died Sunday as the result
of injuries from fireworks received
while they were giving a performance
hero July 4
ARE NOT SATISFIED
DALLAS REPORTS MANY ARE RE
OPENING OVER THE STATE RE
GARDLESS OF OPINION
Special to the Herald
Dallas Texas July 13 Many of the
saloons in the state ar open today
despite the attorney generals ruling
that they must remain closed twenty
days pending the putting in operation
of the new license system On ac
count of the absence of Judge Brooks
from the state it is expected that the
hcabens corpus proceedings at the
instance of the State Saloonmcns
Association will not be filed here
Judge Henderson who is here may
however be appealed to
Mrs Gibson Gets Divorce
Special to the Herald
Chicago III July 13 Mrs Preston
Gilmon wife of the author step
laiiKhtcr of Thomas Nelson Page and
nelrp of the late Marshall Field was
granted a divorce toilay without ali
mony The divorce was granteil on
the grounds of cruelty She was also
giv > n custody of her children nine
months in the year
Post Cards Six local views 10c
Atk the local dealer for them tf
THE JUDGE WELCH
E
IN MEXICO CITY ACCORDING TO
JA DISPATCH RECEIVED IN COR
PUS CHRISTI TEXAS
Special to the Herald
Corpus ChrlstI Texas July 13 In
formation from the City of Mexico
announces the arrest of Alberto Ca
berers charged with the murder of
Judge Stanley Welch of this city in
Rio Grande City last November He
will be extradited Deputy Sheriff
Cuerrera of Starr cpunty caught him
PETER PAN THE FAVORITE
In Brighton Handicap to Be Run This
Afternoon Fifteen Entries
Special to the Herald
New York July 13 James Jcenes
Peter Pan Is the favorite at odd3 of
eight to five in the twentyfive thou
sand dollars Brighton handicap this
afternoon in which there are fifteen
entries
A FEUD HT RESULT
FROM BOWIE CASE
FATHER OF MURDERED MAN IS
> IN BAD MOOD AND LETTERS
SAY SOMETHING WILL HAPPEN
Special to the Herald
Laplata Md July 13 County offi
cials fear the breaking out of a fued
ns a result of the acquittal of Mrs
Bowie who was tried for the killing
of Hugh Poseys son The dead mans
father Is In an Indignant mood and
openly accuses County Attorney Will
mer of bad faith In the trial Commu
nications to the officials of the county
say something Is going to happen
THE BLACKSMITHS SIDE OF IT
0e of the Men Who Walked Out
Gives Version of the Trouble
ufatiike yesterday with
blacksmlts and helpers made this
statement to the Herald this morn
ing
June 24 1907 the blacksmiths and
the helpers organized a union which
Is a branch of the International Broth
erhood of Blacksmiths and Helpers
Willi headquarters at Chicago 111
Previous to July 2 this department
had been working nine hours On
July S two of the members of the
union were discharged the cause
given was reduction of force On July
10 four members of the union were
discharged and a like reason given
for their dismissal The principles of
the union are should It become neces
sary to reduce ex > cnscs the working
hours are to be reduced In order that
all might remain and earn their dally
bread So a committee waited on the
management of the road and asked
that the members who were discharg
ed be taken back offering to submit
to a reduction of working hours and
also asked to be recognized as a
union On July 12 a committee asked
for a conference with the management
of the road and this was refused
Then on order from the general presi
dent of the Blacksmiths Union J W
Kline we were ordered out on a
strike which order was obeyed on
yesterday at 230 p in
idjofjEcatinutionni
tirihc i iFsn
Another member of the striking
blacksmiths handed the Herald these
verses with a request to publish
THE MIGHTY BLACKSMITH
The blacksmith Is a busy man
He works all the day
He does all of the heavy work
And gets the least In pay
He makes the frames he makes the
yokes
And cqullzcrs too
He also makes the rocker arms
The smokearch ring so true
Then he makes the truck frame
And the braces and binders few
If he dont earn his money
Who are the men that do
He makes the springs he dresses
toosv
Makes bolts and hangers new
Now If they can do without him
I will pass It up to you
He stands behind the anvil
With hla brow all wet with sweat
Studying how to do this work
The easiest way you beL
He Is working for a living
And now we will show you all
The way lo get his money
Is by his brothers call
Hes going to Join our union
And by his brothers stand
To do all that Is In his power
Twill help the winning band
Written for the Journal by R F
Green member Local 4S2 I B of B
and H Springfield Mo
Labor Commissioner Nelll Arrives
Special to tho Herald
Oakland Cnl July 13 Labor Com
missioner Nelll arrived today and is
now in conference with represent
tlvcs of the operators and telegraph
companies
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THE HERALD WSTH TELEGRAPHIC SERVICE GIVES THE NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS
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Tuckeh Royall Cashier
Royall National Bank
Capital Siooooooo
PALESTINE TEXAS
Surplus and Profits 55238235
Statement at the close of business May 20th 1907
RESOURCES
Loans and Dlsoonnta 33262162
U B Bonds and Promlams 2825000
Banking Honso and Fixtures 2000000
Ca li 133SOS10
ToiU 51238302
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock 110000000
Surplus and ProQts
Circulation
Deposits
Total
The above statement is correct
Tucker Royall Cashier
6258235
2500000
3M800 67
5U36302
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Reliability
Is one of the best clauses in a real estate deal and is es
sential in the long run Property bought right at the
right price and with the right kind of a title behind it
is the kind you want when buying a home or for an in
vestment I can be of service to you all along I know
a good title and can save you any doubt I can save you
money too on the price Call on me and tell me what
you want and I will get it for you
I also represent a splendid line of fire insurance compan
ies and can give you thorough protection
P fi HUGHES
Rants and Real Estato and Fire Insurance
Special for Sunday July 14th
Walnut Cream Extra Fine and New
Strawberry Cream Delicious
Vanilla Cream The Most Popular
Cherry Ice the Best
Send in Your Order before 10 a ih for noon Delivery
LEAtoiNXk
And Ice Cream Manufacturers
Telephone 70
STORY 15
5 THE MAN
Man Outfitters
VX HO wears one of
our Summer Suits
thinks most of its com
fort The people who
look at him think
most of its excellent
fit and style
We are showing a
large range of choice
patterns in Tropical
Weight Serges Worst
eds Homespuns etc I
PRICES
7501015
W B Flanagan
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Dont Fool Yourself
into believing that a comfort
able Outing or Summer Suit
doesnt wear or hold its shape
for any length of time
The ones we make prices
starting at 15 are lined with
fine mohair shaped by hand
and are as cool during the hot
summer months as an Egyp
tian tunic They hold their
shape because properly built
Touches of exclusive tailoring
and durable w qualities
500 selected patterns now
elng shown by
B HUFF
Merchant Tnlor
Phone 68
John St Oppolt First
National BanU
MORTON WYATTS
Advertising Sale
13th Uth 15th of Each Month
We mean what we say You can buy more from us for your money
than you have ever purchased in the City of Palestine here before in
our line Bargains in Bedroom Suits Rockers Dining Chairs Center
Tables Side Boards Iron Beds Art Squares Mattings Rugs Etc
Also the Improved White Sewing Machine automatic head lift ro
tary bobbin equal to any other HignGrade Machine on the market as
to quality and J > rico
We also offer some rare bargains in Cook stoves and Kitchen Furni
niture etc In fact our entire line is a target for the trade Try us
MORTON WYATT
PHONE 338
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