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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, May 21, 1910, Image 1

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PALESTINE
NO 247
Royall National Bank
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ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus of
30000000
And with total resources of more than
7 5000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
Use a
Cookerette
lO DA YS
FREE TRIAL
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BaTces Ham Beef Chicken
Rice Potatoes Beans
Peas Onions Without Fire
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Palestine Hardware
Company
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
We Are Carrying
the finest line of Fruit Jams Jellies Marmalades
and Preserves ever carried in Palestine They are
just like the homemade kinds in purity and flavor
and we can heartily recommend them to you Or
der today a jar of our Red Raspberry preserves
Orange Marmalade and make a personal test
I know you will be well pleased
TEMPLE
The Grocer
PRESIDENT MADRIZ OF NICA
RAGUA ORDERS COMMANDER
ARIZ OF THE VENUS TO BOM
BARD BLUEFIELDS
Herald Special
Colon May 21 It has been learned
today that in an exchange of mes
sages between President Madriz of
Nicaragua and General Ariz com
manding the steamer Venus the latter
was ordered by the president to bom
bard Bluefields irrespective of the
orders of the American officials of the
gunboat Paducah The Venus is said
to be en route to Bluefields from
Greytown where it went when driven
away by the American gunboat
FROM OKLAHOMA CYCLONE AS
FIRST REPORTED TOWN OF
McARTY BLOWN AWAY AGNES
DEWBERRY WAS KILLED
n GarvTigcolinty sw5P > 2
a tornado last night state thattthe
damage done Is much less than was
atxflrst supposed Only one town was
totally destroyed McCarty Miss Ag
nes Dewberry the > daughter of a Bap
tist minister was killed Whifebed
Maysville Paoli and Medill were
struck by the tornado but all escaped
very serious damage The damage to
crops has been very heavy An uni
dentified girl was found dead today
near Pauls Valley
HI DEPARTED
Today to Appear Before The Hague
In the New Foundland Fisheries
Case Century Old
Herald Special
New York May 21 The American
representatives to appear before the
international arbitration tribunal at
The Hague in the New Founland fish
eries case sailed today on the liner
Lapland The court convenes on June
first The delegation consists of Sen
ator Root as chief counsel Alexander
Anderson and I Turney of Spokane
Samuel Elder of Boston James Scott
of the state department Charles War
ren of Detroit and Robert Lansing of
Watertown Judge Gray of Delaware
will act as a judge of the tribunal
England is to send a number of dis
tinguished lawyers to represent her
interests The case in point is a
century old
Crossed English Channel
Dover England May 21 Count De
Lesseps the French aeronaut today
duplicated the flight of Louis Beloit
last summer by flying across the Eng
lish Channel from Calias to this city
He landed without a mishap
Queen Victoria Is In Serious Condi
tion King Hurries From Lon
don By Special Train
Herald Special
Madrid Spain May 21 Queen Vic
toria of Spain underwent accouche
ment today a son being born dead
The queens condition gives the at
tending physicians concern The ac
couchement was unexpected at this
time and came while King Alfonso
was in London attending the funeral
of King Edward The king was noti
fied by wire and is hurrying home by
special train
tamp Clark Sounds Democratic
Ceynote For This Years Cam
paign Made a Speech
upean politics and the questions
him continued for more than
Our Iti fact so intense did the
est in Roosevelt become that the
w of the hour was temporarily
sight of Roosevelt today is a
at the country home of Ambas
Reid
KiiTE IS SOUNDED
Herald Special
Washington D C May 21 Repre
Itfve Champ Clark sounded the
Icratic keynote for thls years
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seytoday Clark
Ine iarUt ommissioa affsm facl a
taction to postpone the verdict of the
public on the new tariff toa more
convenient time for the standpatters
Hesaid It is another desperate effort
to hoodwink the voters The creation
of such a commission would be an il
lustration of how far the legislative
machine of the government has sur
rendered its constitutional rights to
the executive Clark predicted a
sweeping victory for the democrats in
November and concluded his address
by shouting Up and at them
guards
Cotton Seed Flour
Herald Special
Fort Worth Texas May 21 Bakers
and restaurants here are making and
displaying bredd doughnuts and grid
dle cakes made from cotton seed flour
When the thought was first suggested
of the use of cotton seed flour for hu
man consumption it was ridiculed in
many quarters The proof of the
pudding is in the eating and all the
food articles prepared from this flour
are so nutritious and palatable that
the stranger has hard work to con
vince himself that he is eating real
cotton seed doughnuts
Countess Marie Tarnowska and Ac
complices Convicted of the
Murder of Husband
Herald Special
Venice May 21 Countess Marie
Tarnowska and her accomplices Law
yer Prilukoff and Dr Nicklino Nau
moff were convicted today for the
murder of the countess husband and
have filed a petition for a new trial
The countess was sentenced to prison
for six years Prilukoftfor eight years
and Dr Naumoff for six years The
countess is in a serious condition as
a result of tho strain undergone dur
ing the long and dramatic trial
TEXAS BASEBALL LEAGUE
Results yesterday
Oklahoma City 12 Dallas 2
Shreveport 8 Fort Worth 0
Houston 2 Waco 2
Galveston 2 San Antonio 2
We pay the big price for second
hand furniture Dobbs Furniture
Company 48tf
Herald Want Ada bring results
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PALESTINE TEXAS SATURDAYAFTERNOON MAY 21 1910
WAS
L
KINGS
TO MEET THE AMERICAN
THE BIG FIGURE AT A ROYAL
NCHEON BY KING GEORGE
SOUGHT OPPORTUNITY
Herald Special
on May 21 Not until today
was it learned what an important part
Drjfeoosevelt played at the royal
lunaieon given by King George at
WjMlsor yesterday which eventwas
attended by kings princes and royal
repjl > sentatlves All attending admit
thaiRoosevelt was the dominating
figikre and the royalties who had not
formerly been presented to the Amer
icatcrowded about him eager for an
intr Jduction Roosevelt was besieged
Trouble is expected here between the wltlu questions to learn his views on
two boats
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15 CTS A WEEK
The Heralds News Service Brings to You the Nfews of the Day While It Is News
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EVERYTHING MAN WEARS
FROM TfclE HEAD DOWN
Hats 150 200 250 to 500
Collars A Quarter for T wo
Neckties
Shirts
Suits
25c 50c 75c
50c 100 159
our strongpoint 1000 to 2250
Underwear 25c a garment to 200 a suit
Hosiery The best 25c and 50c
Shoes 200 250 350 to 500
B Flanaai
Tho Loading Clothor and Furnisher
The Last
Great Day of the
HOOSIER Club is
MONDAY
A few membjerships may still be
accepted from ladies seeking the
easy way to easy work
Swann Furniture Carpet Co
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
WALL PAPER
This ideal spring weather prompts
us to remind you of those rooms
you have postponed decorating so
Our stock is complete in every de
tail filled with all the 1910 season s
latest offerings in High Art wall
coverings
Come and let us talk wall papei to
you
mTMEmm
Enterprise
The Exclusive Wall
Paper House
AVING removed our Tailor Shop up
stairs over our store into larger quar
ters enables us to do more and better
work in the future
The shop is in charge of a skilled tailor who
personally examines all work before delivery
is made insuring a good job
We Make a Specialty of Cleaning
Pressing and Alterating
Clothes
AND GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
Our prices are as low as good work
manship will allow
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