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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, December 05, 1903, Image 1

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We still have 50 Wagons left to be
given away with the next 50 Suits from
245 up Now is your chance to get a
Wagon free Come now as they will not
last long j j u j
All Boys 500 Knee Suits at 405
All Boys 4i > 0 Knee Suits at 395
All Boys 4 00 Knee Suits at 345
All Boys 350 Knee Suits at 295
All Boys 300 Knee Suits at 245
All Boys 250 Knee Suits at 205
We have the Famous
E P Reeds Shoes
From 200 to 300
And the
James Banister s SHOES
500 and GOO
Others from 150 to 500
Wood Bros
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Printers Attention
jThero will bo a regular meeting of
Palestine Typographical Union No
lT2 tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock
sharp at the usual place
jOjAlKjnembers are requested to be
present By 6rderoYtheIJreaidentr
their senate and are willing to extend
to the United States terms much more
favorable than those contained in the
Promises have gone so far that they
indicate that the presrnt congress
might be dissolved and a new congress
chosen by order of the president and
that the latter would see to it that the
new congress would be favorable to
any canal treaty that he might submit
for ratification
Secretary Hay has promised to pre
sentGeneral Reyes to President Roos
evelt The date will depend upon the
presidents pleasure
The secretary is satisfied as to the
plenipotentiary powers possessed by
General Reyes and will afford him
every opportunity to discharge his
mis ion but tho fact is not concealed
that there is no hope of success
T G McGlathery and wife to J S
Temple Dec 4 1903 consideration
20000 cash Conveys 153 67 acrts of
land of the James Campbell survey
Christmas Bazaar
Tho Junior Wdmon3dulldt ttie AUj
tar Guild and the MinisteringfChil
drens League of St Philips Parish
Store News
We are going to provide for the approaching Holidays with the largest
and most judicious Selection of
ever displayed in Palestine Our buyer is now in the markets for the
purpose of making these extensive purchases Upon his return you will
be advised through the columns of this paper of the many bargains we
can show and you may confidently expect to sec valuable offerings in
every department of our big store
Something New is
Added to Our Im
mense Stock Nearly
livery Day
Very Respectfully
10 Cents a Week
The Heralds Circulation is Equal to That of All Other Palestine Papers Combined
Deeds to Batsons Prairie Field
Held as Forgeries
Houston Texas Dec 4 Two deeds
transferring 6000 acres of land in
cluding practically all of now oil field
at Batsqn Prairie have been held up
at Liberty as forgeries A man named
Hoskins claiming to represent parties
in Houston has been arrested on the
charge and was this morning after a
preliminary hearing held under a
bond of 3000
The bonds were presented for record
at Liberty yesterday by Hoskins who
insisted upon their return as soon as
possible Before the train pulled out
in the evening he was taken into cus
tody One of the deeds in question
was dated October 211837 and was
for the transfer of the Fritz H Green
survey The other was dated in 1836
and was for the Willis Donahoo sur
vey The consideration was but a few
thousand dollars
Interlined on the deeds are descrip
tions of the land that show jt to lie
near the line between Hardin and
Liberty counties Hardin county was
not organized until 185S The signatures
had apparently been erased and other
names substituted The deeds were
supposed to have come from Indiana
The land in question < was located in
Hardin county though the deeds were
filed in Liberty county
All the circumstances were such as
to arouse the suspicion that a con
spiracy had been hatched to throw a
shadow over the titles held to all the
land in the new oil field The excite
ment occasioned in Liberty was mark
ed The filing of the deeds in Liberty
county might have been for the pur
pose of immediately removing the
original upon which all the evidence
of forgery existed destroying it and
flllnca certified copy in Hardin coun
ty later
Tiie investigation instituted is being
pushed vigorously by those land hold
ers interested in the new field Prom
inent among these is Mr ES Middio
brook representing the Middledrook
estate When placed under arrest
Hopkins declared that he had been
engaged at a salary of 75 a month and
expenses by parties in Houston and
fixed the deeds upon their orders He
was to have returned and reported to
them last night but was prevented by
his arrest
Other deeds of a similar character
are alleged to have been filed at dif
ferent times to portions of other oil
fields and many forgeries are alleged
tohave been perpetrated in identical
ly the same manner
The deeds at present held are said
to bo obvious forgeries From the
best authority obtainable in Houston
it is stated that the interlining and
signatures on the documents were in
practically fresh ink while the orig
inal documents date back prior to a
perid during the Republic of Texas
some ton years prior to its annexa
tion to the United States
h A TO 0 R C
Mrs Will Galloway Entertained
The Above Order Tuesday
Last Tuesday afternoon quite a
crowd of friends gathered at the home
of Mrs W C Galloway She being
sick we were entertained in the most
charming manner by Mrs Hicks from
Mayfield Ky and Mrs Harry Sted
There was a handkerchief to be
given away to the one holding the
lucky number Mrs F A Noble held
it the number being 96 and of course
w s pre sonted with it
i After this drawing lovely refresh
ments were served consisting of cakes
and coffee tea and chocolate I
At a late hour in the afternoon we
took our doparture each hoping Mrs
Galloway would soon feel better and
beup again
r Correspondent
Xn Attempt to Conceal Facts in
Washington Has Been Made
Washington Dec4 Minister Beau
pao at Bogota has advised the state de
partment that the HayHerran canal
treaty was rejected by the Colombian
senate on its merits that is to say the
treaty itself in its text and its spirit
wax regarded as objectionable I
The ministers advice continues to
set out the fact that the Columbians
are still hopeful of being able to nego
tiate a treaty with the United States
in the place of the HayHerran treaty
and regretted the adverse action of
will hold a Christmas Bazaar Tuesday
Dec 15th Subscriptions to the La
dies Home Journal will be received at
the Journal booth a novel feature
presided over by Mrs Shepherd A
number of beaptiful Journal posters
will also be on sale here
A Baby Show all babies invited to
enter presided over by Mrs Cun
ningham will be one of the attrac
An oyster supper will bo served
and those desiring fresh oysters on
Dec 16th may obtain them of the Ju
nior Womens Guild Mrs Rousselle
will be in charge of this department
An aftornoon tea booth will bo pre
sided ovor by Mrs Reed while Mrs
Carson will have chargeof an art ex
The Altar Guild will have on sale
dainties in the way of cakes pies
bread rolls etc
Man in the Gallery Could Not
Stand the Sawmill Scene
San Antonio Texas Dec4 During
a performance of Uncle Josh Spruce
by at the Grand opera house an act
took place which was not down on the
program It was during the sawmill
scene when the viilian tied the heroine
to a log to have her head cut off by a
buzz saw A the womans neck wm
nearing the whirling saw a young man
in the gallery suddenly jumped to his
feet screaming at the top of his voice
He started to pull off his coat and
jump over the gallery railing to the
ladys rescue when he was caught by
the house policeman and held until he
quieted down
Receiving Goods
Today the Watson Durham
Hodges firm have been busy opening
and unpacking the late purchases
made by Mr E E Durham
He bought extensively of all the
late styles and novelties and they will
have something worth a visit to seo on
dispIayvJnaday or two Watehlfor
Weir ad lntharHB
ltead The Herald
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