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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 09, 1910, Image 1

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VOL IX NO 2
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ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus ot
30000000
And with total resources of more than
r 75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
Fronts Chairs
Lawn Seats
SwingsIron Fences
Iron Railings and Bedsteads
Barber Poles Flower Stands
and Pots or any surface on
which a hard glossy finishis desired
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Forrepainting Buggies
Automobiles Wagons
Sleighs Fire Engines
Hose Carts Store
HOT DRY WEATHE
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rujns your wagon and buggy Paint
prevents this Heath Miiligan is
the kind you want fo use For sale by
Palestine Hardware
Company
A FIRE ALARM TURNED IN
Often calls to fnind to many people the fact that they are not
insured as they should be But it is toi late to take out insur
ance if theji re happens to be burning 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 I can also
help you to secure a home or a piece of business property If
you want any advice about real estate let me talk with you I
have many good things on hand and can help you make selection
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Real Estate and Fife Insurance
Office Robinson Bros Banlc 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
Limberger Cheo e
Roqutfort Cheese
Edam Cheese
Pine Apple Cheese
Then we want to call your attention to our Raisins Dates Pigs Cher
ries Prunes Currants Evaporated Peaches Appels and App ri
cots all kept in perfect condition in our big refrigerator
Son
TEMPLE
About It
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Herald SpeclaH
New York Aug 9 Mayor William
T Gaynor of New York was shot by a
crank as he was boarding the North
German Lloyd steamer Wilhelm der
Grosse this morning and his condi
tion is thought to be serious The
wouldbe assassin was immediately
captured and taken tothe Hoboken
police headquarters The mayor was
starting on a months vacation trip
to Europe
The man who did the shooting and
who was arrested gave his name as
James Gallagher and is 55 years
old He is a discharged foreman of
the dock department
The shooting occurred just after
Gaynor had boarded the steamer at
Hoboken pier The mayor was im
mediately hurried to St Marys Hos
pital in Hoboken and physicians sum
moned to his side His condition is
said to be serious
The capture of Gallagher follow
ing the shooting was spectacular
Three shots were fired by Gallagher
the first striking Gaynor the other
two going wild Before the report of
the revolver had died away Bill Ed
wards a former football player
tackled Gallagher about the knees
and sat on his chest while Secretary
Adamson after assisting Gaynor to a
chair sprang upon the prostrate Gal
lagher
Following his an est Gallagher told
the following story I came to Ho
boken at 920 oclock and went to the
steamer pier I asked a man there to
fo nt out Gaynor He did and then
I fired on him I do not know wheth
er I fired o ne or more times Know
ing that the mayor was going to Eu
to the point of committing the act
The police showed him a revolver
which he identified as the one with uPPer portion of the neck and ranged
which he did the shooting That Gal downward It was discovered at the
lagher is a crank is dispelled He is hospital that one of Gallaghers wild
perfectly rational but is bitter toward snots grazed Bill Edwarass left arm
the mayor making a flesh wound near the shoul
Roosevelt wired I am horrified be der Tt is not considered serious
yond measure Edwards says he caught Gallagher
j about the waist after he had fired the
Story of the Shooting
Herald Special
RESCUERS HAVE RECOVERED
BODIES OF DEAD AND INJURED
FROM CALIFORNIA WRECK OF
LAST NIGHT
Herald Spoclall
Santa Rosa Cal Aug 9 After
working all night with the aid of
torches the rescuers today succeeded
in recovering from the wreckage the
bodies of the persons killed when a
special engine and caboose crashed
into a San Francisco and Santa Rosa
passenger train between 7 and S
oclock last night on the Northwest
nn Pacific railroad one mile north
of Ignacio The latest reports place
the number of dead at thirteen and
more than a dozen injured All of
the dead and injured were Califor
nians most of them being delegates
to the Red Mens state convention
The responsibility for the wreck has
not yet been placed
TEXAS BASEBALL LEAGUE
Results yesterday
San Antonio 1 Dallas 2
Fort Worth 8 Waco 4
Houston 3 Shreveport 0
Oklahoma City C Galveston 1
Herald Wont Ads bring results
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abroad was fired upon four times
After receiving temporary attention
from the ships surgeon Gaynor was
rjished to St Marys Hospital where
alter an examination the physicians
announced that though the mayor was
desperately m wounded the wound
was not necessarily fatal But one
shot took effect This was back of
the right ear At the time of the
shooting the mayor was accompanied
by his secretary Robert Adamson
and Bill Edwards head of the New
York street cleaning force and D K
Keller of the Hoboken police force
were standing forward at the port
deck Members of the party say Gal
lagher approached and without warn
ing opened fire The assailant was
Seized by Edwards and Keller and
turned over to the Hoboken police
The mayor staggered into the arms of
Adamson
j Doctors Staunch and Myer of the
boat said Only one bullet hit Gay
rtor back of the ear in the region of
the mastoid bone where it buried it
self The wound is not necessarily
fatal
j Gaynor intended taking a trip
through the North Sea to Norway and
was go ng alone He regained
consciousness after the shooting
Ether was administered at the hos
pital and Surgeon Melville has start
ed io probe for the bullet
Bulletin Issued This Afternoon
Herald Special I
1 New York Aug 9 A bulletin was
a
issued from the hospital this after
noon saying that Gaynor is in no im
mediate danger and that he is resting
rope jo enjoy himself after deprijlnjj ujet jrjje buiet bas go as
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will be used The bullet entered the
first shot and beat him terribly
about the face While being carried
New York Aug 9 Mayor Gaynor to the hospital Gaynor gasped Tell
prominently mentioned for guberna the people goodbye for me Seeing
torial and presidential timber while the d stress in Adamsons face he
standing under the bridge of the WH added I dont mean that guess
helm der Grosse preparatory to em there is plenty of fight left in me
barking for a months vacation yet Who did it
BY THE HONDURAS REVOLUTION
ISTS FORMER PRESIDENT
BONILLA IN CONTROL OF PART
OF COAST COUNTRY
llieiuld Special1
New Orleans La Aug 9 Ceiba
and Truyllla two of the leading cities
of Honduias have been captured by
the revolutionists and the entire
coast country between those cities is
now in the hands of former Piesident
Bonilla according to reports received
here today
AVIATOR WAS INJURED
During French Cross Country Flight
His Machine Fell
Herald Special 1
Nancy France Aug 9 Lindhalnt
er the Belgian aviator was injured to
day in a fall of his aeroplane at
Frolose He was taking part in the
cross country flight and started with
six others to fly from Troyes to Leb
lan Asburn led the field this morn
ing on the second leg of the four nun
dred and eightyeight mile race for
the Lamatin prize of 20000
Other prizes aggregate 127000 The
race is the most thrilling in the his
tory of aviation
PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 9 1910
With the Election Disposed of Palestine People Can Get Busy
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15 CTS A WEEK
e Boosting
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 our bargains
The Leading Clothier and furnisher
bswiliht 1909 by C E Zlnnermin Co No 34
The Old Cabinet Maker Says
TJiaUoifgWewilLhaveijabies let us make them comfortable and
and useful in
rr wriiimMfiii improvements high
chairs gocarts and baby carnages 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
bb Furniture C z
At the A H Bailey Old Stand
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Exceptionally Fine
It is the unusually rich and exclusive
that in orthe
designs you see many
pieces of Furniture at our store
We make a specialty of odd pieces
that
HAVE 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
VS MITCHELL The Furniture Man
Phone 782 518 Spring
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