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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 10, 1910, Image 1

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ROYALL JLOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus 61
30000000
And with total resources of more than
7 5000000
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 surfacd on
which a hard glossy finishis desired
In The
For repainting Buggies
Automobiles Wagons
Sleighs Fire Engines
Hose Carts Store
Bea nf If u i C JtoT
HOT DRY
ruins your wagon and buggy Paint
preventsthis Heath Miiligan is
the kind you want to use For sale by
Palestine Hardware
Company
A FIRE ALARi TURNED IN
Often calta lo mind to many people the fac that they are not
insured as they should be But it ij to late to take out insur
ance if the fire 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 1 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 andean help you make selection
Real Estate and Fire insurance
Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 103
We Want t 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 Chease
Roquifort Cheese
Edam Cheese
i Pine Apple Cheese
Then we want to call your attention to our Raisins Dates Figs Cher
ries Prunes Currants Evaporated Poaches Appels and Appri
cots all kept in perfect condition in our big refrigerater
Boo
TEMPLE
About It
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SAYS HE NEVER AT ANY TIME
APPROACHED McMURRAY FOR
MONEY HE TALKED POLITICS
WITH HIM IN > WASHINGTON
Herald special
McAlester Okla Aug 10 Jake
Hamon was placed on the stand in
the Gore inquiry again today and
made the direct charge that Congress
man Creager of Oklahoma made what
he considered a direct request of J
F McMurray for a thousand dollars
Hamon says the transaction took
place in Washington last June He
said McMurray did not give Creager
the money saying to Hamon that he
could not afford to give the legislators
money According to Hamon Creager
told McMurray that he needed a
thousand dollars for his campaign ex
penses
Creager on the stand admitted
meeting McMurray but denied asking
him for money He said they talked
politics Creager emphatically denied
that he was in any kind of a deal with
Gore lespecting the present invest
gation
HOUSTON FOR GOVERNOR
Beaumont Man Nominated By
hibitionists of Texas
Pro
Dallas Texas Aug 9 Tne state
convention of the prohibition party of
Texas nominated the following state
ticket today
For Governor Colonel A J Hous
ton Beaumont
For Lieutenant Governor Arthur
I A Fvorts Dallas
For Controller J D Stockton Clar
endon
For Attorney General Millard Pat
terson El Paso
For Railroad Commissioner E H
Conibear Dallas
For Treasurer J E McGuire Pa
lacios
For Commissioner of the General
Land Office Will H Jobe Sweet
water
For Superintendent of Public In
struction J M Pardue Gilmer
A platform was also adopted a new
state central committee was eelcted
and the committee reports were re
ceived Colonel Houston the nominee
for governor addressed the delegates
at the auditorium of the Chamber of
Commerce tonight
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Three Long Term Convicts In Arkan
sas Threw Dynamite Behind
a Guard and Escaped
Herald Special I
Little Rock Ark Aug 10 Three
long term negro convicts confined in
the state convict camp at Bigelow
near here exploded dynamite behind
Guard Tom Lenox today and made
their escape Lenox was blown one
hundred feet and his lower jaw was
torn away His death is expected
BAD BLAZE AT SAN ANGELO
Five Concerns Were Damaged to the
Extent of 39400
San Angelo Texas Aug 9 Fire
gutted two brick buildings adjoining
the Landers Hotel on Concho avenue
last night at 9 oclock For a time it
appeared that the hotel and a livery
stable adjoining the burning building
were doomed but the flames were
held in check The fire originated
from a hot box on a pulley on an
electric dynamo under the stage of
the Yale Theater The theater build
ing and the Yale Summer Garden
were soon a mass of flames but the
audience had time to retire in order
The CurnerHanks furniture store
next to the theater caught fire
The losses were Merchant Mc
Connell building 10000 insurance
G000 Mrs W T Geirge of Sonora
Texas building 9000 Insurance 6
000 Yale Theater and Yale Summer
Garden loss 5000 no insurance Cur
rierHanks furniture store loss 15
000 insurance 9000 M O Bates
barber shop loss 400
y
DOCTORS AT ST MARYS HOS
PITAL WILL NOT OPERATE ON
MAYOR GAYNOR FEARING THE
RESULT OF LOSS OF BLOOD
Herald SDeclal
Hoboken N Y Aug 10 A bulle
tin issued from St Marys Hospital at
7 oclock this morning says The
mayor has rested comfortably since 5
oclock He has taken nourishment
and his condition at this t4me is sa
isfactory Secretary Adamson said
the mayor slept about three hours la t
aight He ate some chicken broth
this morning Mrs Gaynor spent the
night at the hospital and spent a half
hour with her husband this morning
Gaynor seemed cheered by her visit
The doctors had not decided this
morning on whether to operate or not
TJie Xray showed the bullet to have
struck the jaw bone halving itself
TJhe wound is not dangerous unless
infection sets in
The physicians today decided that
they would not operate on Gaynor at
tips time In an effort to remove the
bullet fearing that the loss of blood
oilght leave bad results
It is an assured fact now that Gal
lagher w ll be given a speedy trial
possibly as early as next week He
isjformally charged with assault and
battery with intent to kill
Mrs Gaynor and the trained nurses
are in constant attendance on the
mayor Gaynor joked freely with
those about him today His physi
cians say his temperatuie is fast re
turning to normal He has not re
gjrgd to his assailant
to the mayor and MrsTVigguPr1
daughter were allowed to see the pa
tient this morning Physicians issued
a bulletin this afternoon saying that
their patient had gotten some natural
sleep and that his condition is favor
able
Gaynor told his brother and son
during the day that he was feeling
fine and hoped soon to be up and
about If it is thought necessary it
is said the grand jury will indict Gal
lagher for assault to kill on Edwards
as well as Gaynor Telegrams of
condolence continue to pour in from
all sections of the country
Newspapers Are Bitter
Herald Special
New York Aug 10 The news
papers of New York comment with
regret on the shooting of the mayor
The World says If death awaits
Gaynor he will still be the hero of a
memorable onslaught againts heredi
tary abuses and there should be in
the American republic enough of the
od time fire to demand the expiation
not only of the life of the wretch im
mediately guilty but the extinction
forever of the political rapacity that
produced him
The Hoboken grand jury will start
an investigat on of Gallagher imme
diately
Gallagher who is confined in the
Hudson county jail in Jercey City
was morose this morning
Edwards Life Threatened
Herald Special >
New York Aug 10 Bill Edwards
who overpowered Gaynors assailant
yesterday received a letter today
threatening his life The letter was
signed A Friend of Gallagher Ed
wards ignored the letter
JOE GUIS DIED TODAY
Former Lightweight Champion Boxer
Died In Baltimore at 8 Oclock
This Morning
Hprald Special
Baltimore Md Aug 10 Joe Gans
former lightweight champion boxer of
the world died here this morning at
8 oclock He died at the home of hs
foster parents and his wife and fos
ter mother and a number of friends
were at his bedside when death came
Gans fortune formerly estimated a
100000 has dwindled down to about
10000
Hesult bringers Herald want a4s
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PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 10 1910
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15 CTS A WEEK
With the Election Disposed of Palestine People Can Get Busy With the Boosting Job
if
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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 l et us prove our bargains
The Leading Clothier and Furnisher
Jopjrliht 1909 br C E Zimmerman Co No 34
The Old Cabinet Maker Says
That if we will have babies let us make them comfortable and
Hflii rrBr < 4rt ftJjT nLwfth ths new and useful improvements in high C
beautiful in these lines and in order that you may nave UuX
goods jjm
tunity to fill babys needs properly they are priced at a very low margin
of profit
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 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
W MITCHELL The Furniture Man
Phone 782 SI 8 Spring
Are n Display
uur waiKuver
and Clapp Oxfords
No Better Shoes Made Than
WalkOver and Clapp Shoes
We Fit Your Feet With Care
Try Us
350 to 600
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