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

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VOL VIII NO 312
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Fronts Chairs
Lawn Seats
SwingsIron Fences
Iron Railings and Bqdstead
Barber Poles Flower Stands
and Pots or any surface
which a hard glossy finishis desired
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Recall National HanR
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ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus ol
30000000
And with total resources of more than
75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
This Sir
is iheSesf Faint
In The World
For repainting Buggies
Automobiles Wagons
Sleighs Fire Engines
Hose Carts Store
HOT DRY WEATHE
ruins your wagon and buggy Paint
prevents thisHeath Miiligan is
the kind you want to use For sale by
Palestine Hardware
Company
A FIRE ALARI TURNED IN
Often calls to mind to many people the fact that they are not
insured as they should be But it is toi latr to take out insur
ance if the fire happens to be turning your property The time
to insure is now I can write you a policy now that will give
vou the protection you need and should have And 1 can also
help you to secure a home or a iece of business property If
you want any advice about rea estate let me talk with you I
have manygood things on hand and can help you make selection
R H HUGHES
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 103
We Want to Start
On the Run and We
Generally Get a Run
We want to break the record today by offering you the finest of
Swiss Cheese
Brick Cheese
Limbergei Cheaie
Roquefort Cheese
Edam Cheese
Pine Apple Cheese
Then we want to call your attention to our Raisins Dates Figs Cher
ries Prunes Currants Evaporated Peaches Appels and Appri
cots all kept in perfect condition in our big refrigerater
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PALESTINE TEXAS SATURja Yj AFTERNOON AUGUST 6 1910
but d d not remember of evei having
met Hamon He told of h s visit
President Taft in company with
Piesident Sherman at the preside
request The president askedih
what they kpew about gran p
tnbal rolls and he advised ne pfesi
dent against it Curtis saidihe posi
tively had never been and is hotJiqw
n any way interested in the McMub1
ray contracts Jxe J ie Places Figures v
At Gores reque fa iSisi
charging that Hamon had told him
that Senator Curtis was interested in
the McMurray contracts was read
Curtis then testifed that so far as
he could determine McMurray was al
ways fair in his dealings and never
seemed to resort to improper methods
D C McCurtain an Indian testi
fied that McMurray offered him 25
000 to withdraw his opposition to the
sale of Indian lands He swore the
offer was made him in Washington
McCurtain is a practicing attorney
and the son of Green McCurtain who
was for many years the principal chief
of the Choctaws McCurtain said the
proposition was made to him that if
the bill was cut down by congress
the 25000 would be cut down in the
same proportion McMurray was to
get ten per cent of the sale price of
the unalloted two million acres in the
Choctaw nation which would make
him a fee of 1000000 Chief Mc
Curtain is in the court room and may
be called to the stand later this
afternoon
Rice Crop Short
New Orleans La Aug 5 Louisi
ana railroads are getting their equip
ment to handle with dispatch the big
Louisiana rice crop and freight offl
ials say there will be no car short
age S Locke Breaux chairman of
the rice freight committee of the
Board of Trade stated that the crop
this year would probably be about 15
per cent less than the big crop of
1909 in harvested and marketed sacks
of rice Mr Breaux attributes the
failing off to a decrease in acreage
intl a drouth during the early period
of the crop development and too much
rain just prior to harvesting
Floresville Killing
Floresville Texas Aug 5 This lit
tle city was thrown into much excite
ment j sterday afternoon when the
report of two gun shots were heard
n the front part of the hardware
store of Franklin Lux Deputy W
Robinson was soon on the scene and
Newton Cole surrendered to him The
man killed was named Murphy and
was a stranger here Cole was Im
mediately placed in the county Jail
and not yet granted bail
Laurler Not Injured
HeraIrt Spprlol >
Victoria B C Aug C Word
which reached here this morning that
Sir Wilfred Laurier premier of Can
ada had been injured in a railroad
wreck near Moose Jaw this morning
has been corrected and the premier
is said to have escaped Injury
Flew EightySeven Miles In An Air
r ship and Then Circled Over
Paris Today
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Par s Aug G After a circuitous
flight from Chalons a distance of
eightyseven miles Hubert Latham
flew over the city of Paris today and
HOUSTONS POPULATION
K
and Eight Hundred
Herald Special
Washington D C Aug G
The census bureau announced
the 1910 enumeration for
Houston Texas today at 78
SOO an increase of 34167
since 1900
landed at the parade ground at Issy
Weymann the American aviator
started from Chalons after Latham
in the contest for the Falco prize of
2000 but had not been heard of at
the time Latham landed
FARMERS UNION
Decides on the Price of Cotton Fig
ures Not Made Public
Fort Worth Texas Aug 5 The ex
ecutive committee of the i Farmers
Educational and CoOperative Union
of Texas was in session today to get
the resolutions in proper shape and
to formulate the amendments to the
constitution to which a considerable
number received the approval of the
convention Friday night It is neces
sary to now submit those to a refer
endum of the locals
A mm mum price for cotton was
recommended but what the figures
are was not made public at head
quarters
The executhe committee of the
Farmers Union and the special com
mittee of the warehouse managers
will work out the details of the cotton
selling plans In a general way they
nclude a central agency with local
warehouses of sub agencies in every
cottongrowing community of the
state where there is a local union
It is expected these will keep in close
touch with the central selling agency
so the sales of the cotton may be
made direct to the manufacturer
This contemplates a financing of
crop by the local banks
The selection of the next place of
meeting is in the hands of the execu
tive committee but the members say
there is no doubt of the selection of
Fort Worth for the next meeting place
for the 1911 convention for not a
delegate left the city otherwise than
delighted nith the entertainment and
facilities for the transaction of busi
ness given by the citizens of Fort
Worth for the convention just closed
Let Kendall Wilson Insure yout
Horses Mules and Cattle 713lm
15 CTS A WEEK
With the Election Disposed of Palestine Rsgple Can Get Busy With the Boosting Job
GORE SAYS HAMONS DENIAL
SHOULD SURPRISE NO ONE AS
MAN WILLING TO DEBAUCH IS
AS READY TO DEFAME lk
Herald Special
Aluskogee Okla Aug 5 In refer
ence to the denial made by Hamon of
the chatges made against him Sen
ator Gore said today The denial
should surprise no one the man wKo
is willing to debauch should also be
willing to defame Mrs Gore said
What do I think There is only one
thing to think Mrs Gore says she
did not hear the senator question H a
mon She told of their vacation plans
interrupted by the congressional In
vestigation committee Mrs Gqfe
will leave tonight for McAlester Kto
inquire of the Indians if they want to
sell their lands This feature is an
innovation Senator Gore sent nu
merous telegrams last night
Senator Charles Curtis of Kansas
was called to the stand this morning
He said Gores story was absolutely
without foundation so far as he was
concerned He said he was a menu
ber of the committee on Indian at
fairs and knew Gore and McMurray
to
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INTRODUCES BILL IN LEGISLA
TURE TO AMEND PALESTINE
CHARTER SO AS TO EXCLUDE
SUBURBAN SALOON
Austin Texas Aug 5 Representa
tive Strickland introduced a bill to
amend the Palestine charter so as to
prescribe the limits there in which in
toxicants may be sold
The above bill refers to the move
ment started by Representative J J
Strickland to rid Palestine for all
time to come of the suburban saloon
Strickland gave notice some time ago
that he would ask for this amend
ment and he has the backing of near
ly this entire population It is to be
hoped the bill will be pushed
through
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If you have not already visited us
during our MidSummer Clearance
sale you should do so at once Have
lots of good things in store for you
High Grade Clothing Hats Shoes
and Furnishings
Sold Regardless of Profit Come in
and let us prove oiir bargains
FLANAQMN
The Leading Clothier and furnisher
The Old Cabinet MakerSays
That if we will have hahiesr let ua make them comfortable and
healthy providing them with the new and useful improvements in higli
chairs gocarts and baby carriages We are splendidly stocked with
beautiful goods in these lines and in order tr at you may have an oppor
tunity to fill babys needs properly they are priced at a very low margin
of profit
IDobbs Furniture Co
At the A H Bailey Old Stand
Exceptionally Fine
> It is the unusually rich and exclusive
designs that you see in many of the
pieces ofFurniture at our store
we make a specialty of odd pieces
thai
HAV A STYLE
not usually found in Furniture stores
except at high prices and our prices
are low so low that you wonder
how it is done
Buy Now Pay Later
W MITCHELL The Furniture Man
Phone 782 510 Spring
Are on Display
Our WalkOver
and Clapp Oxfords
No Better Shoes Made Than
WalkOver and Clapp Shoes
We Fit Your Feet With Care
Try Us
350 to 600
Mens Outfitters
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