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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 25, 1908, Image 1

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ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
1 With a combined capital and surplus of
27000000
And with total resources of more than
50000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
Porter Company
QUALITY TAILORS
We have on display the swellest line of samples
that have ever been brought to Palestine Stop
in and see us before placing your order We will
fit you Misfits always on hand at great bargains
CLEANING and PRESSING
Neatly Done
Wagon Service
Phone 68
That Ounce of Prevention
Applies in no Case with More Force
than in the Matter of Carrying
Good Insurance on Your Property
The time to take out insurance is now when your house and
goods are safe It is too late when the fire alarm has been
turned in See me today and get a good policy And too
I can offer you
A Pound of Cure
In the matter of paying rents by helping you to get a home
on easy terms Come around and talk over your needs with
me and I think we can get together on a deal
P H liughes
Rant and R al J atats and Fire Insurance
Office in Robinson Bank BIdg
We Want You
To consider this bank just as a place of business dealing in
money and credit a place of business that depends upon the
support of the people of this community and is vitally inter
ested in the future growth and upbuilding of both our town
and tributary territory
We want you to fool just as free to come In hern as you would
In going Into any store In town
Come in and get acquainted with our officers take note of
the class of people we have for customers we are confident
you will be glad to open an account with us and be associa
ted with these people in a business way
Robinson Bros Bank
Established 1881 Unincorporated
A NEW LINE OH
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS
NATIVE
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Copeland
Jewelry Store
Unformentiid Grapa Juice lorCommun
Iod Purpoiai and Slcll Chmnbor i
Old Port Wine 3 years old 1160 per gal j 8horry Wine 8
yearsoldSlXOpergal GoodTablSClarot J100 per gal
FlnoOld Blackberry Winebestlnthemaritet Thosowines
hare taken first premiums In Dallas Houston and San An
tonio tor many years and are guaranteed to bo pure In 67
ery respoot Jugs found and wines delivered to any part of
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V4 J A PALESTINE TEXAS
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PLANS A REVOLUTION
Against Castro State Department
and Holland Sanction Movement
on Foot In New York
Washington Aug 24 With the
full sanction of the state department
of the American government and
with the promise of the effective as
sistance from Holland a well organiz
ed revolution Is being planned to over
throw President Castro of Venezuela
The revolutionary movement now
being financed in New York and else
where will become operative directly
after the rainy season in Venezuela
which is about the middle of October
It is hoped that within a few months
a new Venezuelan ruler will replace
President Castro an object which the
state department Holland Colombia
and the Venezuelan malcontents have
every confidence of accomplishing
Plans have already been begun for
inaugurating the revolution Finan
cial backing Is not lacking as money
is pouring in from New York as well
as from other sources The amount
available to perfect the revolutionists
plans may run up into the millions
The leader in the plan has been
busily engaged in mapping out his
campaign for weeks His first step
was to consult the state department
and he learned from both Secretary
Root and Mr Bacon that while the
United States government could not
support a revolutionary movement at
the same time conditions in Vene
zuela were such that no Interference
by the United States need be antici
pated
Holland has been informed of the
movement and will aid in blockading
Venezuelan ports while the land at
tack begins along the Arauca river
on the Colombian border For this
reason the state department expects
no drastic action on the part of Hol
land until the time comes to strike in
October
Dallas Man and Two Children Bitten
By Dog In Dallas Head of
Dog Sent to Austin
Special to the Herald
Dallas Aug 25 Howard Wrightsel
and two children were bitten this
morning by a dog belonging to
Wrightsel The dog was killed and
the head has been sent to the Pas
teur Institute at Austin for examina
tion It is feared the dog had rabies
BOOK CONCERN FIRST ON LIST
Lightfoot Will Then Take Testimony
In the Standard Oil Cases
New York Aug 24 Assistant At
torney General J P Lightfoot began
arrangements today to take testimony
in the cases of the State of Texas vs
the American Book company and the
Standard Oil company The hearing
will be held before Commissioner G
P Sanborn Mr Lightfoot today had
subpoenas and notices Issued for the
witnesses desired and will commence
taking testimony on Wednesday of
this week Testimony will be taken
in the case against the American
Book company first and as soon as
that shall have been disposed of the
Standard Oil company will be taken
up
upThe
The following Texas lawyers are
here looking after the interests of
their clients John M Duncan of
Houston for the American Book
company George Greer of Beaumont
for the Security Oil company Capt
McKie of Corsicana representing tlie
Navarro Refinery company and H C
Cooke representing the Union Tank
Line company
The last three conperns are defend
ants iii the suit against the Standard
Oil company the state alleging that
they are subsidiary concerns controll
ed by the Standard
BANK PRESIDENT DEAD
J C Van Blacorn Head of the St
Louis National Bank of Commerce
Special to the Herald
St Louis Mo Aug 25 J C Van
Blacorn president of the National
Bank of Commerce one of the best
known financiers of the west died
today at his summer home in the Adl
ronkacks He was a Tictlm of
Brights disease
A joung woman bound from San
Antonio to Galveston left a baUe In a
toilet room at Seguln
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PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 25 1908
K Cleo with a shotgun
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KfjJV Jarratt Died At Dallas From
Bullet Wounds Inflicted By G
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Pallas Texas Aug 24 As a result
ofjatduel in the street at 8 oclock
thlgmorning D A Jarratt was shot
and almost instantly killed The
weapon used was a double barreled
shotgun Bullets or slugs were the
missiles One pasesd through the
carotid artery just under the collar
bpne on the right Another passed
through the heart and through the
body Jarratt had fired five times
with a revolver
jThe shooting took place in front of
a ifent on Chestnut street close to the
Peak Branch Some twentyfive other
families are tented there and the
shjjotinug created a lot of excitement
Witnesses stated that Jarratt was
fiiftto shoot and that the young man
atgwhom he shot went and got a gun
Returning he emptied a charge at
more than a hundred feet the bullets
true One or more of the tents
Jtjing
about the scene of conflict bear
marks of bullets Jarratt is said to
have fired four times before he fell
mBrtally wounded in the door of the
tent Then he raised himself and
fired a last shot None was effective
The body was taken to an under
taking establishment and is to be
held pending advices from a half
brother Bush Jones of Shreveport
and from the father J A Jarratt at
Mansfield La Judge W M Edwards
vfewed the body and as coroner will
hear testimony tomorrow morning
f Jarratt had resided in this city for
njany years He was employed at the
Olive and Myers factory as a black
smith The trouble that led to the
killing is said to have come of family
matters covering a period of a year
or so Jarratt was about 28 years of
age and had no family
jTShortly after the shooting Gordon
EJmmett Davis aged 20 years surren
4JS4 H < was taken at once to the
mt > is > orhara io was charged
with murcSr The mother and sister
of the young man resided with him
and were shocked at the tragedy
WEATHER IS IDEAL
In Indianapolis and Attendance at
Kern Notification Is Large
Special to the Herald
Indianapolis Ind Aug 25 The
weather is ideal here today and a
large crowd is in attendance at the
state fair grounds to witness the Kern
notification exercises Luncheon was
served the speakers and notification
committee in the Denison hotel The
program is being carried out as origi
nally intended
UNDER INVESTIGATION
ThirtyTwo Members of The FJrst
Assembly of Christ Arrested
In New York City
Special to the Herald
New York Aug 25 The arrest of
thirtytwo members of The First As
sembly of Christ has called the atten
tion of the local authorities to the
fact that there are many strange
sects in Gotham tliat will bear Investi
gation ApparentlyWew York is the
asylum of most of these queer relig
ious societies and it is estimated that
over fifty thousand persons belong to
the Jumpers Holy Rollers Ma
hometan Buddhists and other bands
The majority of them do not have any
churches but meet In a small room in
some quiet part of the city An or
ganization known as the National
Church promised a permanent exist
ence until the leader of the movement
in an effort to check a longwinded
spoech by one of the members shout
ed Go to your corner This caused
the meeting to break up in confusion
and all subsequent efforts to revive
the church were unsuccessful Many
of the other socitles of which very
little is known manage to maintain
their organizations and convert a few
people every year
TEXAS BASEBALL LEAGUE
Results yesterday
San Antonio Galveston C
Austin G Houston 5
DallasShreveport rain
WacoFort Worth rain
Wo will save you money on a new
fall suit Call and see us Tippen
Glmrcath Tailors Phone 535 2t
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ALESTINE DAILY HERALD
NEW HAT
Its no trouble to get hold of the right Hat if you come here
We have about every stylish shape soft and stiff Hat made
for the fall and winter season and can hand you the most
oecoming shape in a jiffy
Prices J50 to 500
We are showing the new fall models in BENJAMINS fine
hand tailored Suits Drop in and look them over
W B Flanagan
Mens and Boys Outfitter
Swann
Furniture and Carpet Co
UNDERTAKERS
BPHONE 67
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Many of the Things You Ought to Know Can he Found in Herald Ads
The Independent Lumber Go
THE NEW LUMBER COMPANY
Everything New But the flanagement
750000 Feet of Rough and Dressed Lumber Just received
a car of Doors and Sash All kinds of Mouldings
Shop and Mill Work
EastlEndgof Spring St Below Anderson Co Oil Mill
TELEPHONE NO 883
rocertes and Feed
A Splendid Clean Stock Sold at Right Prices to Pleased Customers
If you think you know all about groceries you are invited to call If
you know nothing about groceries we can show you We have one of
the prettiest stocks in town and want your patronage
Phone
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PINTAR JUST
Successor to W L Welborn Son
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Oxfords
You still have 75 to go days in which you can
wear low quarter shoes The following prices
should interest you It will pay you to buy for
next season
Edwin Clapp Oxfords
650 Pat Clapp Oxfords now < 4 90
550 Tans and Vici Clapp Oxfords now 410
Walk Over Oxfords
400 Walk Over Oxfords now 310
350 Walk Over Oxfords now 290
Let us show you your sizes
Doyle Brothers
Mens Outfitters
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