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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, January 04, 1910, Image 1

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VOL VIII NO 129
THE
Royall National Bank
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INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus of
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And with total resources of more than
75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
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Oliver CMIled Plows
we the original the genuine and the best CHILLED
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DRAFT than any other plows made
Users of OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS do not
hesitate to recommend them in the highest terms
They speak from faith bom of experience
FULL LINE OF PLOW AND REPAIRS IN STOCK AND FOR SALS BY
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 car help you to profitable Investments
Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 10J
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
MOMMRCN 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
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The Grocer
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PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 4 1910
It Is In The Herald Almost As Soon As
PRESIDENT HAWLEY OF SWITCH
MENS UNION SAYS THE
OUTLOOK IS GLOOMY
Throughout All of the Northwest and
Will Include All of the Railway
Departments of the Ameri
can Federation
Herald Special
Minneapolis Minn Jan 4 Presi
dent Hawley of the Switchmens
Union today in an interview declared
that within a week there will be a
general strike of the railway division
of the American Federation of Labor
throughout the whole northwest coun
try He said his interview was a
personal one and not an official an
nouncement or prediction He said
his statement could be taken for what
it is worth President Hawley says
any announcement of hostilities must
come from Chairman Perham who is
now in Washington trying by every
means possible to bring about a peace
ful settlement before issuing a strike
call President Hawley says he can
not make any announcement for the
organization at this time but person
ally he expects the strike
MESSAGES ARE DELAYED
Announced Today at the White House
That Tafts Messages Would Be
Given Next Week
Herald Special
Washington D C Jan 4 A
change of the schedule in President
Tacts message was announced from1
the White House today Since the
conference with the railroad leaders
yesterday it nas beeiT decided 1 < r
i r t
AVIATOR WAS KILLED
Leon DeLagrange Noted Avi
ator Met Death Today
Special to Herald >
Bordeaux France Jan 4 >
Leon DeLagrange the noted >
aviator was killed today by a >
fall in his aeroplane while mak >
ing a flight here >
DeLagrange was one ot the >
most experienced of the French >
aviators and had been making >
flights since Hay of 1907 His
most notable achievement was >
a flight of one hundred and >
twentyfour miles in two hours >
and thirty minutes stt Juvisky
establishing a new record HE
began his career as an aviator
by using a biplane but since >
last August has used the mono >
plane of the same type as used >
by Bleoit The machine fell
thirty feet and was completely >
smashed the aviator being >
crushed under the machine >
His legs were broken his chest
mashed In and his skull was >
fractured It ook some time >
to recover his body from the >
wrecked machine This makes >
the fifth death fiom aero
planes the first victim being >
Lieutenant Selfridge of the >
United States army at Fort >
Myer
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make some changes in the interstate
commerce message and it is now an
nounced the message will not be
leady until some time next week The
message suggesting changes in the
Sherman anti trust law and the mes
sage dealing with the BallingeiPin
chot controversy and the one dealing
with the incorporation law are all ex
pected within the next ten days
Report Is Denied
Herald Special
Springfield III Jan 4 It is de
clared today that the repoit that the
Illinois primary law was to be set
aside while the legislature passed a
deep waterwajs measure Is nntiue
The house will resolve itself Into a
committee of the whole and discuss
the primary measure It was charged
that the waterway scheme was backed
by national leadeis and tiiat orders
had been given to 1111 the primary
lappens
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SHIP BILL WAS
NTK > DUCED IN HOUSE TO
DY WILL BE OPPOSED
Cl E5SJEUTi0li
Aftjsr TJwo Weeks Holiday Both
Hotels Met For Brief Session
ourned In Respect to
Senator McLaurin
Herald Special
Jgton D C Jan 4 Congress
ifter a two weeks recess at
noon lT k Only brief sessions were
ioth houses and then ad
was taken out of respect to
try of Senator McLaurin
j during the holidays The
as in session precisely nine
The administration ship
bill was introduced in the
day Representative Humph
fashington presented the bill
isure is the result of a com
promise between the disputing fac
oring the subsidy idea As
by President Taft the bill
for the payment of mail sub
id the exaction of a heavier
tax on foreign vessels and
isslon of foreign vessels to
Amerlian registry for foreign trade
only The routes from the Pacific
coast o China Japan and the Philip
pines and South America and Aus
tralia where the outward voyage is
over y pur thousand miles to get the
propo ed advances and mail subsidies
ships must be built of Iron or steel
and B ust be available at all times for
the us e of the United States and can
not bii sold without the written con
sent on the secretary of the navy No
ship pewaed by a railroad or to which
a raih ad gives preference in rates
can reiejy theproppsed benefits by
And Great Damage to Property Re
sults From Terrible Blizzard In
the Colorado Country
Herald Special
Denver Colo Jan 4 Eight per
sons are dead the railroads are
blocked and enormous damage has
been done throughout the west by
blizzards floods and avalanches ac
coiding to the records received here
today A snowslide is reported fo
have killed four people jieSr Mena
Near Shenandoal eoTo a man was
crushed by theshow At Iowa Mine
a man anjlfwo boys were frozen to
death Throughout New Mexico wires
are reported prostrated and hundreds
of cattle and thousands of sheep are
reported frozen in Northern Colorado
TEN PEOPLE INJURED
Passenger Train on the L N Side
swiped a Combination Train
Herald Special
Bowling Green Ky Jan 4 Ten
people were injured this morning
near Oakland when the Cincinnati
passenger train on the Louisville and
Nashville railroad sideswiped a com
bination train The names of the in
jured have not been ascertained
BIG RAILROAD TIEUP
Is Imminent on the Border Action
Likely Against Mexican National
El Paso Texas Jan 3 The Tor
reon Mexico Enterprise today says
Tiouble between the National Rail
ways of Mexico and their American
employes which is expected to culmi
nate on January 15 may result in a
complete tieup of traffic at the Amer
ican border
The Mexican railways may sever re
lations with American railroad men
on t at date Because of liability to
arrest and prosecution by the Mexican
courts the men will not declare a
strike but there is no law that pre
vents a man resigning who is not
under contract
Ameiican unions In the United
States It Is said will declare the Mex
ican railways to be unfair and tie
them up by not allowing engineers
firemen conductors or braKemen on
American roads terminating at El
Paso Eagle Pass and Laredo to
handle any shipments delivered by
the Mexican railways
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ACCEPT
THA NKS
15 CTS A WEEK
You Do Wot Have to Wait for It
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
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
Jim Redwine Co
y 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
RING 329
SNAPPY HATS
IHE HAT you like will
likely not suit your
neighbor We sell both
kinds the kind you
like and the kind your neigh
bor will like Our line of hats
range1 from the staid staple
Stetson to the snappy novelty
Wright Company
Mens Outfitters
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