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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, July 15, 1910, Image 1

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P VOL VIII NO 293
ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus ot
30000000
And with total resources of more than
75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
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If you want to get one of
the little Brown Jug
Water Filters
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Cost you one dollar Will
filter 10 gallons of wa
ter a day as clear
as crystal
See Oneat Work in
Our Show Window
Palest me Hardware
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
1 rewrite policies year after year
P H HUGHES
Heal Estate and Insurance can help you to profitable Investments
Office Robinson Bros Bunk Phone 103
THE
That Gets the Honey Does
Not Hang Around the Hive
These hot days that crimp and scorch wilt ones very soul al
most away while standing over some blistering hot kitchen
stove all the dingdong day Whats the use when foods come
already cooked Our steam boiled hams nice dried beef chip
ped as you like or in glasses Or our home style pork and beans
with a chunk of nice juicy pork and tomato sauce or plain if
you like them Its just the thing for a nice meal No worry
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INFORMATION OF AN OFFICIAL
CHARACTER SAYS CRISIS IS
RAPIDLY APPROACHING IN NIC
ARAGUAN AFFAIRS
Herald Special
Washington D C July 15 The
general belief that a crisis is ap
proaching in the affairs of Nicaragua
is virtually admitted today from an
authoritative source The pending
crisis is accentuated by reports of the
ill treatment of William Pittman the
American who was found starving in
an overcrowded prison in Managua
Madriz is piling up a score of charges
to which he will eventually be called
on to reply The charges against him
include the release of the steamer
Venus from New Orleans the making
of alleged false statements the bom
barding of principal unfortified Amer
ican property threats against the life
of Americans and the detention of Dr
C Burgheim in prison without cause
and others It is believed these
charges already constitute sufficient
reasons for intervention on the part of
this country However Secretary
Knox prefers to wait for a decisive
step on the part of Madriz
T
American Charged With Murder In
London Eludes the English Of
ficers So Far
London
Herald Soeclal
July 15 The
Scotland
theory that Dr Hawley Crlppen and
Ethel Leteve the stenographer have
fled the country An inquest over the
mutilated body of the woman sup
posed to be the wife of Crippen will
be held tomorrow It is expected to
show that Mrs Crippen was killed by
poison and her body mutilated after
death The reason for continuing the
search of the house is said to be due
to the fact that some of the larger
bones of the body are missing If
Crippen is captured it will be hard to
convict him as it is impossible to
legally identify the body as that of his
wife or to connect him with the
crime
Defectives In New York
Herald Special
New York July 15 Detectives
boarded the steamship Louisitania
when it docked here today and made
a thorough search for Dr Crippen No
one answering his description was
found aboard but a thorough search
was made of every passenger under
the belief that Crippen might have
successfully disguised himself
Heard Shots Fired
Herald Special
London July 15 This afternoon
the police said a shop keeper whose
place adjoins the home of the Crip
pens said he heard revolver shots and
cries in the house four or five
months ago but being accustomed to
noises from the house he paid no at
tention to them He now believes
the murder was committed at that
time
Called on Roosevelt
Herald Special
New York July 15 A committee
of Tennesseans headed by W J Oli
ver president of the Appalachian Ex
position called on Roosevelt this
morning and extended him an invita
tion to attend the exposition at Knox
ville in October They also presented
Roosevelt with a slab of polished
marble inscribed Greetings Citizen
Theodore Roosevelt returned from
abroad The former president re
turned his sincere thanks for the gift
and invitation
Tafts Physical Instructor
c Herald Special
Beverly Mass July 15 President
Taft spent an hour at work with Prof
Parker physical instructor today be
fore motoring to the golf links where
he golfed with II Clay Frick the
steel magnate and John Hays Ham
mond
Herald want ads bring results
1DAVID
DAVID E THOMPSON AMBASSA
DOR TO BRAZIL HAS TOURED
WEST AND FOUND A DEMAND
f FOR TEDDY AS PRESIDENT
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V Herald Special
t New York July 15 Roosevelt to
day accepted an Invitation to make
an address on conservation in Knox
ville on October 7th a week after
President Taft speaks in the same
city The committee extending the
Invitation to the former president ex
plained that the exposition in Knox
ville was in the interest of conserva
JOHNSON MEN TO MEET
In Law Offices of Campbell
Sewell < Strickland This
Evening at 830
The local supporters of Hon
Cone Johnson are requested to
meet this evening at 830
oclock in the law offices of
Campbell Sewell Strickland
to further the arrangements for
the coming of the candidate on
next Monday afternoon It is
especially important that all
who can be present
H V Hamilton Chairman
E V Swift Secretary
Anderson Co Johnson Club
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tion and Roosevelt said he would be
sysw to talk to the people on that
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4ard authorities have abandoned ti
E to
Thompson
Brazil came to Roosevelts office to
day with a third term boom He said
he had investigated conditions
through the west and had gotten in
touch with public opinion and believed
it was the concensus of opinionythat
Roosevelt should be nominated for
the presidency again Thompson said
he hadnt time at present to go into
details with Roosevelt but expected
to later
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Enthused Over Jack Johnsons Vic
tory Looted Chicago Bank and
Was Mobbed
Herald Special
Chicago III July 15 Apparently
crazed over the victory of Jack John
son a negro giving his name as Jim
Goldsmith looted a bank in the black
belt today and was probably fatally
wounded in a fight with a mob The
negro threw a brick through a win
dow of the bank owned by Jesse
Binga a negro and dashed into the
building shouting Johnson said get
all the money in the world and
slashed Binga with a razor He grab
bed a stack of money amounting to
about thiee hundred dollars and
started to run away when a mob got
after him He was overtaken and
beaten and stabbed
DECISION COMES TODAY
Breach Between Railroads and Con
ductors and Trainmen Wider
Today Than Ever
Herald Special
Philadelphia Pa July 15 When
the general committee of the Order of
Railway Conductors and Trainmen of
the Pennsylvania lines went into ses
sion today the breach was wider than
ever and a strike order tying up the
entire system east of Pittsburg is
momentarily expected Negotiations
have been suspended and final action
is expected today The men stand
firm in their demand for an increased
wage scale and for a tenhour day
Population Figures
Washington D C July 15 The
following figures were given out by
the census bureau today
McLean county III 69008 popula
tion
Montague county Texas 23123
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PALESTINE TEXAS FRIDAY AFTERNOON JULY 15 1910
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We not only sell the best
most stylish and perfect
fitting summer suits in
town but the best line of
trousers on earth The
Dutchess trousers are
in a class by themselves
Stylishly made perfect
fitting and guaranteed
10c a button 100 a rip
The Loading Clothier and
Furnisher
and that means the price of your
selection be it any fancy pattern
Copjriiht 1909 bj C E Zimmerman Co No 34
The Old Cabinet Maker Says
That if we will have babies let us make them comfortable and
healthy providing them with the new and useful improvements in high
chairs gocarts and baby carriages We are splendidly stocked with
beautiful goods in these lines and in order that you may have an oppor
tunity to fill babys needs properly they are priced at a very low margin
of profit
At the A H Bailey Old Stand
For theKitchen
we carry a line of goods of the best
quality at very low prices Strong
servicable Furniture that will do full
duty for years
The Best in Ranges
is found right here A fine baker
and light consumer of fuel
Our line of Oil Cloths is well worth
an inspection Also exchange new
furniture for old
M Buy Now Pay Later
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W MITCHELL The Furniture Man
Phono 782 510 Spring
The Price Sells Them
ut a Word About the Slakinj
of this clothing from the first step the
shrinking of the woolens the greatest care
has been exercised Exclusive and foreign
materials are used and cut in distinctive
and stylish models All hand Tailored
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