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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 26, 1908, Image 1

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Porter Company
QUALITY TAILORS
Wejiave on displaythe swellest line of samples
fithave ever been brought to Palestine Stop
and see us beforje placing your order We will
tyqu Misfits always on hand at great bargains
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CLEANING and PRESSING
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Neatly Done
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That Ounce of Prevention
Applies in no Case with More Force
than in the Matter of Carrying
Good Insurance on Your Property
tSThe 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
4 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 Hughes
Rants and R l Estate 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
arid tributary territory
We want you to feel just as freo to oome In hern 88 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 BaziK
Established 1881 Unincorporated
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A NEW LINE OF
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Jewelry Store
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Old Port WIoe3 years old JlCOper gal Sherry Wine I
years old S1C0 per gal Good TabWSCIaret 100 per gal
Pine Old Blackberry Wine best In the market Those wines
have takon flrst premiums in Dallas Houston and San An
tonio tor many years and are guaranteed to be pure In eT
ery respect Jags found and wines dellrered to any part ot
be olty free of oharre
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V J ROGERS KILLED
MARSHALL PARTY HAD BEEN TO
LONGVIEW TO WITNESS
A BALL GAME
Train Jumped the Track
Rogers Was Deputy Marshal of Mar
shall and Had Prisoner With
Him When the Accident
Happened
Special to the Herald
Longview Texas Aug 26 Deputy
Marshal W J Rogers of Marshall was
returning to that city with a prisoner
together with a number of Marshall
people who had been here to witness
a ball game on a freight train when
It jumped the track last night near
Abneys Rogers was killed outrighE
and others were injured
All traffic was blocked until after
midnight
PENSIONS FOR PRINTERS
Old Age Pensions Ruling of I
Is Now In Effect
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Chicago 111 Aug 25 Veteran
printers of the United States will be
benefited today by the old age pen
sions to be paid by the International
Typographical Union The pensions
of 4 a week for printers over sixty
years of age whp have been members
of the union for twenty years or long
er will become effective and the first
money will be paid out of the pension
fund It is understood that nearly a
score of Chicago printers will receive
pensions
EIGHT PERSONS KILLED
Two Contractors Arrested at Chelsea
Mass Held Responsible For
Collapse of a Wall
Chelsea Mass Aug 25 A 45foot
high brick wall in Chelsea square col
lapsed suddenly today burying be
neath It some thirty workmen Eight
were killed outright or died in an am
bulance on the way to a hospital
About twenty others were Injured
eleven of whom were taken to the
United States Marine and Naval Hos
pital here some of them in a serious
condition others escaping with but
minor injuries
The dead
Minor Arkwright Chelsea
Ferrl Santa Boston
F E Lechinglia Boston
B O Morris Boston
John Costello Boston
Joseph Aldler Maiden
C AMurchfield Chelsea
Unknown man features hardly rec
ognizable
M Gordon and M Segel members
of the firm of Gordon Segel the
contractors who had the work in hand
were arrested late today on warrants
charging manslaughter
Five minutes before the collapse of
the wall it is said the inspector of
buildings Frank Weymouth had or
dered the foreman of the gang to stop
work as he saw the wall was crumb
ling
CLUBS FOR BOYS
In New York Are Conducted Accord
ing to Hoyle
New York Aug 25 There are
hundreds of clubs for boys on the
East Side of New York and it is the
custom with the majority of them to
conduct their meetings with strict re
gard for parliamentary procedure Re
cently a joung college graduate or
ganized a club for young Jewish boys
and on the opening night explained
that the boys should elect their own
officers and conduct the meetings
themselves with an occasional sugges
tion from him He asked that some
one be nominated for president of
the club and one unusually ambitious
boy jumped to his feet and without
any sign of embarrassment cried I
nominates myself for presidents The
leader explained that it was not cus
tomary to nominate ones self for an
office but if he could secure a second
he would consider the nomination In
an instant Ikey was on his feet shout
ing I seconds myself Ikey was
elected
Decorations for your floats can
had at the Hodges Dry Goods Co
be
PASSENGER TRAIN NO 206 WAS
WRECKED NEAR BRANDS
VILLE MISSOURI
il Clerk and Others
Vere Injured and a Great Amount of
Property Destroyed Traffic
i Was Delayed Defective
Rail the Cause
Special to the Herald
1 Springfield Mo Aug 26 Frisco
passenger train No 206 due at Kan
sas City at 10 oclock this morning
wrecked near Brandsville south of
here The engineer and fireman was
killed a mail clerk and a number of
passengers seriously injured
A defective rail is given as the
cause of the wreck and the property
loss is very heavy
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Unless Complications Set In the Two
Houston Officers Wounded Mon
day Will Recover
I Houston Texas Aug 25 Officers
C W Heck and M Monroe who were
shot Monday morning on San Felipe
street by Joe Kemper are still In a
yery critical condition Both have
Tieen fighting death Itself since they
were wounded and now It seems that
unless complications iet in they may
recover It was at first thought that
Officer Heck was not wounded so
fvery seriously at any rate not so
seriously as Officer Monroe but It
eems that he has taken a turn for
JthiJworse ana appears to be if any
thing more seriously wounded than
o u aUm jt as thought
NgjWKthere was no hopoat aTTTsrhiiqj
but he has so rallied that he now
seems to be improving all the time
Officer Monroe seems to be Improving
also His strong constitution and
physique seem to be in his favor and
he may pull through An inquiry late
tonight at the Houston Infirmary
where the two wounded men are rest
ing brought the reply that they were
doing very well and unless complica
tions set in that there was hope for
their recovery It was said however
that complications might set in at any
moment which would render their con
dition practically hopeless The fam
ilies of the wounded men are with
them and are doing all in their power
to administer to their wants
TEXTBOOK DEALERS PROFITS
All
Expenses and Velvet Must Come
From Margin of 10 Per Cent
Cuero Texas Aug 25 The new
school book law seems to be a great
outrage on local book dealers They
are only permitted to make 10 per
cent f o b Dallas and must pay the
freight clerk hire insurance rent
take all risks and then such exactions
are made as to exchanges of old
books as to make it perfectly ridicu
lous For instance if there is a miss
ing page a marred sheet an injured
back and a variety of other particular
ities the book Is thrown back on the
local dealers hands as his loss It
doesnt take much of a figurer in this
case to show where the local dealers
profits will be
TEXAS NEWS NOTES
Assistant Attorney General Light
foot advises that he has begun taking
testimony in the antitrust cases
The immigration law prevents Mex
ican pickers from crossing the border
where they are much wanted
Mr and Mrs Schaefer celebrated
the fiftieth anniversary of their mar
riago at Meyersville
Three arrests have been made at
San Antonio in the case of a man
who was beaten to death
Gen Myer in a special report to
the war depaitment will recommend
the purchase of land to make the ma
neuver grounds about twice the pres
ent size
Owing to the series of outrages by
negroes on white people at San An
tonio a good deal of race feeling is
being engendered
W II Sheldon was fatally wounded
with a gun In his home at Houston
early yesteiday morning
E A Calvin says Galveston will
have no trouble whatever In handling
a bumper crop ot cotton
PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 26 1908
PALESTINE DAILY HERALD
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15 CTS A WEEK
Many of the Things You Ought to Know Can he Found in Herald Ads
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THE
Royall National Bank
EANDr
ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus of
27000000
And with total resources of more than
50000000
gp Offers to patrons all the accommodations
i consistent with safe and prudent banking
NEW HATS
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
becoming shape in a jiffy
Prices 150 to500
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
PHONE 67
The Independent Lumber Go
THE NEW LUMBER COMPJNY
Everything New But the Hanagement
750000 Feet of Rough and Dressed Lumber Just received
a car of Doors and Sash All kinds of Mouldings
Shop and Mill Work
East End of Spring St Below Anderson Co Oil Mill
TELEPHONE NO 883
roeries 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 snow you We have one of
the prettiest stocks in town and want your patronage
Phone
217
Au PSNTAR
Successor to W L Welborn Son
210 Main
Street
Last Call
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Mens Outfitters
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You still have 75 to 90 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 Capp Oxfords
650 Pat Olapp Oxfords now 490
550 Tans and Vici Clapp Oxfords now 410
Walk Over Oxfords
400 Walk Over Oxfojds now 310
350 Walk Over Oxfords now 290
Let us show you your sizes
Doyle Brothers
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