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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, January 03, 1910, Image 1

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VOL VIII NO 128
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ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus of
30000000
And with total resources of more than
75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
THERMS
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Oliver Chilled Plows
are the original the genuine and the best CHILLED
PLOWS in the world They are made better they wear
longer do better work and more of it WITH LIGHTER
DRAFT than any other plows made
Users of OLIVER CHILLED PLOW S do not
hesitate to recommend them in the highest terms
They speak from faith bom of experience
A FULL LINK OF PLOWS AND REPAIRS IN STOCK AND FOR SALS Or
Palestine Hdwe Co Palestine Texas
BE SURE YOURE RIGHT
That is good advice all the time It is especially good in buying
Real Estate 1 have been selling East Texas property for years
and I am still here and selling more and more all the time My
customers of the past are my friends of today Enough said
The same thing in Fire Insurance
I rewrite policies year after year
P H HUGHES
Real Estate and Insurance can help you to profitable Investments
Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 103
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New Year Resolution
It should be the desire of all people at the beginning
of a new year when new resolutions are being
made to be helpful to others to be able to suggest
something worth while to be added to the joy and
satisfaction of living And with this purpose in
View I am offering as a good New Year article
MONARCH FLOUR
Nothing better can be offered you and if you use it once
you will want it all the time Let me send you a sack and
you will pronounce it the best flour you have ever used
Ja T
The Grocer
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GOVERNMENT WANTS DISSOLU
TION AND RECEIVER FOR BIG
TOBACCO TRUST
GALLED IN HIGH COURT
It Is Alleged By the Government That
Sixty Tobacco Companies Are
Now Controlled By Trust
Retail Trade Affected
Herald Special
Washington D C Jan 3 The ar
guments were begun today before the
supreme court in the government suit
against the tobacco trust asking for
dissolution and for a receiver Spec
ial Attorney Mclteynolds opened the
argument for the government and At
torney General Wickersham will him
self close the argument McReynolds
traced the history of the tobacco busi
ness and the formation of the alleged
trust He said at the present time
some sixty companies are under the
control of the American Tobacco com
pany the alleged holding company of
the trust He said the organization
represents a capital of 400000000
He declared in his argument that the
trust practiced unfair methods and
destroyed competition affecting even
a large part of the retail trade He
argued that the action of the federal
circuit court dismissing the bills
against the United Cigar Stores com
panies was an error and insisted that
the government wants thorn included
in the trial if the case is reversed
As Member of the Supreme Court of
the United States Large Crowd
Witnessed Ceremony
Herald Social
Washington D C Jan 3 Judge
Lurton of Tennessee was today invest
ed with the robes of authority as an
associate justice of the supreme
court of the United States The court
room was crowded to the limit by
those anxious to witness the cere
mony Chief Justice Fuller adminis
tered the oath of office with every
one in the room standing After pro
nouncing the last phase of the oath
Judge Luiton Kissed the open bible
held by the clerk of the court Be
fore taking the public oath the judge
had taken a similar oath in the priv
acy of the courts retiring room be
fore the colleagues of the court After
the oath was administered Judge
Luiton was conducted by Marshal
Wright to his seat the furthest one
to the left of the chief justice The
court then took up the regular Mon
day routine
BOY IS RESPONSIBLE
For Thrown Switch Which Wrecked
the Knickerbocker Special on
the Big Four Road
Herald Speciilj
Union City Ind Jan 3 Vernon
Plessinger was anested here today
and taken to Greenville Ohio charged
with throwing the switch which
wrecked the Knickerbocker Special on
the Big Four > alroad The police say
the boy wanted to rob the passengers
and get money enough to pay his way
ejst wheie he could join the navy
The youth says he blew out the switch
lights opened the switch and threw
the lock away The engineer and
fireman of the wrecked train will both
jrobably die
STANDARD OIL CASE
Appeal Against St Louis Court De
cision Was Filed Today
Herald Special
Washington D C Jan 3 The ap
peal of the StruitliK Oil company of
New Jersey from the decision of the
United States circuit court at St
Louis declaring It a combination in
icttalnt of trade and diiectlng its
dissolution was formally filed in the
supietne court today The Standard
attorneys have not jet filed their
brief though they Infamicd the court
that they concurred in the motion to
have the case advanced
E DAILY HE
PALESTINE TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 3 1910
TRAFFIC IS TO BE INVESTIGATED
BYjTsPECIAL NEW YORK
GRAND JURY
d Dl ROCKEFELLER JR
Is Made Foreman and Instructed By
theYJudge to Make a Sweeping
Investigation of the Traffic
jf and Its Results
pi Herald Special
No York Jan 3 The socalled
whilgfelave traffic in New York is to
be investigated by a special grand jury
sworit In today by Judge O S Sulli
vanJjohn D Rockefeller Jr was
madiir foreman of the jury and was
toldto make a sweeping investigation
Befoe the jury was sworn in and
charged Judge Sullivan told young
Rockefeller that much important work
wasftb be done and he wanted him
personally to take charge Rockefel
ler asked that he be excused from
the jury but the judge refused his
request
THREE IRE ARRESTED
For Suspicion of Complicity In the
Murder of Miss Anna Lloyd a
Prominent Woman
I Herald Special
Cincinnati Ohio Jan 3 Henry
Cookl and George Lewis white men
and James Fields a negro are under
arrest and being held by the police on
suspicion of knowing something ofthe
murdjr of Miss Anna Lloyd who was
M
nl
yri BIG MEN INDICTED
By a Federal Grand Jury IrV
Washington Today
Special to Herald
Washington D C Jan 3
Former United States Treas
urer James Huston was indict
ed by the federal grand jury
today charged with a conspir
acy and the fraudulent use of
the mails The indictment grew
out of his connection with the
National Trust company Sam
uel Graham a wealthy Mon
treal broker Everett Dufour
and H M Lewis of Washing
ton connected with the same
concern aie also indicted on
similar charges
foundmurdered New Years morning
near the lumber office where she was
employed for seventeen years and of
which company she was secretary
The girls mother is said to be in a
dying condition as the result of the
shock over her daughters sudden
death
Glenn Curtlss Is Enjoined From Using
and Selling Aeroplane By the
Wright Brothers
Herald Special
Buffalo N Y Jan 3 Federal
Judge Hazen today issued an injunc
tion restraining Glenn Curtiss the
well known aviator from using and
selling an aeroplane which it is claim
ed is an infringement on the Wright
Brothers patents The injunction was
asked for by the Wrights
OPEN MEETING
Of Trades and Labor Council to Be
Held Tomorrow Evening
An open meeting of the Trades and
Labor Council will be held on Tues
day evening January 4 at 730 Mr
W II Wisner general organizer of
the United Garment AVorkers of
America will speak on subjects of
vital Interest to union men All union
men and their filends are Invited to
attend A coidlal invitation Is ex
tended to the ladies Mr Wisner as
sures us fhat his remarks will be of
particular interest to the ladles
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ACCEPT
THANKS
15 CVS A WEEK
Make Your New Year Resolutions Good and True and Then Make Them Stick
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Your
Collar
Is of course a small part
of your wardrobe but its
an everyday article and
should not only be the
latest style but of the
very best quality
We have just put in a full line of ARROW BRAND
collars and can show all the newest shapes
ARROW COLLARS wear longer and look better2
for 25 cents
W B Flanagan
Clothier and Furnisher
We desire to extend to the
people of Palestine our sin
cere thanks for their liberal
patronage and treatment of
us since beginning business
in your midst We appre
ciate the cordial relations and
will endeavor to at all times
merit your good will Wish
ing you one and all a Happy
and Prosperous New Year
we are
Very truly
Svmnn Furmiur
Jim Redivine Co
Plumbing and Tinning
All kinds of repair tin and sheet iron work Stoves
repaired and set up and flues cleaned out Give us
your work and have it done right
Shop Corner of Oak and John Streets
ATISFACTORY PHOTOGRAPHS
Made Any Time Day or
Night Kain or Shine
WATKINS STUDBO
RING 329
SNAPPY HATS
HAT you like will
THE not suit your
neighbor We sell both
kinds the kind you
like and the kind your neigh
bor will like Our line of hats
range from the staid staple
Stetson to the snappy novelty
Wright Company
Mens Outfitters
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