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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, June 06, 1910, Image 1

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PALESTIN
TOL VIII NO 260
CABLES FROM PORT LIMON SAY
AMERICAN HAS PROBABLY E
CAPED FROM THE MADRIZ
FORCES IN NICARAGUA
Herald Special
New Orleans La June G Cables
received here today from Port Limon
express doubts as to whether or not
William Pittham the American with
the Estrada forces in Nicaragua has
ever been captured by the Madriz
forcesf A story is also afloat that
Pittham was taken prisoner but later
escaped It is now believed that Ze
laya is financing the Madriz cam
paign Madriz refuses to listen to
the proposal from Estrada to allow
the United States to mediate the
trouble in Nicaragua
E
Three Railroad Presidents Call on
President Taft to Submit
Their Rate Case
Herald Special
Washington D C June G Three
railroad presidents E P Ripley of
the Santa Fe S M Felton of the
Great Western and P A Delano of
the Wabash arrived here to confer
with President Taft this afternoon
and to protest against the govern
ments suit blocking the increase in
freight rates in the Mississippi river
territory President Delano of the
Wabash said they would try and jConj
Y HARDY ARRESTED PENDING
IN INVESTIGATION INTO THE
HURDER OF HIS FATHER
JOTHER AND BROTHER
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Herald Sper4aL
PALESTINE TEXAS MONMY AFTERNOON JUNE 6 1910
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15 CTS A WEEK
Nothing Succeeds Like Success and Nothing Brings Success Like Advertising
THE
Royall National Bank
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RX5YALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus ot
30000000
And withtotal resources of more than
7 5000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
Use a
Cookerette
W DA YS
FREE TRIAL
No obligation to buy after
larjinalltown Iowa June 6 Roy
uJrdywas arrested heretoday and is
Fesing lield pending an investigation
inlfKthe mysterious deaths of his
Hgier James Hardy and his mother
gbrother The three members of
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TWO > FIREMEN KILLED
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Them Fatally In a New
York Fire
Herald Special >
fNew York June G Two fire >
len were killed and twenty
iye injured three of them fa >
illy in a fire today in a ware >
ipuae Timothy Comer and
hn Hewey were knocked un >
onsclous and drowned in a >
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family were found with their
lis crushed in at the home at
rel a village six miles from this
be this morning Roy Hardy says
iTl rned home Saturday midnight
pund his father mother and
murdered He denies any
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EVERYTHING MAN WEARS
FROM THE HEAD DOWN
Hats 150 200 250 to 500
Collars A Quarter for 1 wo
Neckties 25c 50c 75c
Shirts 50c 100 150
Suits our strong point 1000 to 2250
Underwear 25c a garment to 200 a suit
Hosiery The best 25c and 50c
Shoes 200 250 350 to 500
WB B Flanagan
Tho Loading Clothlor and Furnlshor
and
Undertaking
Embalming
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