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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 11, 1910, Image 1

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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
Beaiitifui Colors
HOT DRY WEATHEI
ruins your wagon and buggy Paint
prevents this Heath MiUigan is
the kind you want to use For sale by
Palestine Hardware
Company
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Royall National BanK
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ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With1 a combined capital and surplus of
30000000
And with total resources of more than
75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
This Sir
istheEesf Paint
In The World
For repainting Buggies
Automobiles Wagons
Sleighs Fire Engines
Hose Carts Store
A FIRE ALARM TURNED IN
Often calls to mind to many people the fact that they are not
injured as they should be But it is too 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
you the protection yobneed and should have And I can also
help you to secure a homeor a piece of business property If
you want any advice about real estate let me talk with you I
nave many good things on hand and can help you make selection
P 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
Limberger Cheo e
Roqm fort 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
Boo
TEMPLE
About It
FEARED THAT OTHER CRANKS
READING OF SHOOTING MAYOR
GAYNOR MIGHT ATTACK THE
PRESIDENT i
Herald Special
Beverly Mass Aug 11 Since the
attempt on the life of Mayor Gaynor
of New York the secret service men
guarding President Taft have re
doubled their vigilance and the pres
ident is not alloyed out of their sight
for a moment Every person ap
proaching the president is closely
scrutinized The experience has been
that the publication of such events as
the shooting of the mayor has been
the incentive for other cranks over
the country to make similar efforts
MAYOR HOLDS HIS OWN
Wound When Dressed This Morning
Looked Healthy
Herald Special 1
Hoboken N Y Aug 11 Despite
the optimistic bulletins issued by the
physicians of St Marys Hospital
none of them will make the positive
prediction that Mayor Gaynor is out
of danger A bulletin issued ths
morning says the mayors tempera
ture is 100 15 pulse 70 and resplra
tion 17 He passed a good night
with a few wakeful intervals caused
by nervousness He was sleeping
this mornng Dr George said he
dressed the wound th s morning and
that it loked healthy with no indica
tions of trouble The situation is en
couraging Gaynor ate a boiled
egg wv k
and drank coffee thismorning TJ JH < 1A 1CER RESUME TASK
question of food is bothering the
physicians as Gaynor insists that he
must have plenty to eat as he is a
hearty eater
The doctors say the greatest danger
from blood poisoning will be passed
today and after that all members of
his family will be allowed to see the
mayor It has been decided however
that none of the city officials will be
allowed to see the mayor at this
time
Chief of Police Hayes talked to
Gallagher who he said was cheerful
and was reading everything the
papers are printing about him Gal
lagher says he is an ardent admirer
of William R Hearst and worked
hard for him when he was a candi
date Gallagher says reading the
papers did not encourage him to at
tack the mayor but that he felt there
was no other way to remedy his
wrongs He expressed the hope that
Gaynor would recover
Hundreds of telegrams are being re
ceived from ministers and church
workers saying they are praying for
the recovery of Gaynor The doctors
refused to grant Gaynors request to
let him walk about the room today
Gallagher said today that he had
read Shakespeare and Henry George
and these had influenced his life
Thomas G Lee of the Armour Pack
ing Company Indicted By
Federal Grand Jury
tHerald Special
Chicago 111 Aug 11 Thomas G
Lee of the Armour Packing company
has been indicted by the federal
grand jury on a charge of perjury in
connection with the investigation of
the beef cases Lee it is alleged pur
posely misinformed the jury when
asked regarding fixed prices
Politics Hold Attention
Herald Special
McAlester Okla Aug 11 Politics
held attention today while the con
gressional committee investigating
the Gore charges is en route to Sul
phur This afternoon the democratic
meeting at Lawton indorsed Gores
action and a hot fight is expected
Similar resolutions are expected to
be passed at Oklahoma City this af
ternoon
If you have anything to sell try a
Herald want ad
former president bonilla
Sand lee christmas arrest
4ed off guatemala coast
its
tYESTERDAY
Herald Special
Guatemala City Guatemala
llg The SpanishHonduras revolu
Aug
udnlhas been suspended following
therarrest of former President Bonilla
andjsLee Christmas the American
leader of his forces off the coast of
Guatemala yesterday The chances
areaslight however that the presi
dent of Guatemala will concede to
theademand of President Davilla of
Hondurasvthat the prisoners be turn
edjBover to him as conspirators
a gainst his government
QUI W TESTIFIED
Miller Testified That He Con
sidered the McMurray Deal
the Best Ever
Herald Sppclall
McAlester Okla Aug 11 J H
Miller a squaw man testified today
inthe Gore inquirj and sa d he be
HeveS the ten per cent contract deal
glthijyicMnrray was the most liberal
contract that had ever been made
Avilhlfthe
Indians He bel eved it bet
terto pay a per cent or contingent
feejof this kind than to employ law
yjersion a salary as had been done
Hejfsaid the government had broken
Its pledges to the Indians
Leblane Flew Today at an Average
Speed of Sixty Miles Per Hour
Herald special
Mesiers France Aug 11 The long
distance aeroplane flight was re
sumed today Leblane flying from
Nancy to Mesiers at an average speed
of sixty miles per hour The distance
of the race yet to be covered is two
hundred and twentysix miles
GUARD ALL ROADWAYS
Militiamen and Regulars Are Watch
ing For the Thief Who Stole
Paymasters Safe
Herald Special
Cheyenne Wyo Aug 11 All
Toads leading from Camp Otis are
being watched by militiamen and reg
ulars today following the discovery
that the paymasters three hundred
pound safe containing sixtyfive hun
dred dollars in cash had been stolen
Scouting parties are also searching in
the mountains for the thief
SHERIFFS ADJOURN
A R Anderson of Harris County Was
Elected President
El Paso Texas Aug 10 Crowding
the woik of the three days session
of the convention into two days the
sheriffs of Texas adjourned this af
ternoon to meet next year at a place
to be selected by the executive com
mittee
Hon 0B Colquitt wired thanks
for the expressions of sympathy and
Sam Sparks wired good wishes At
the afternoon session A R Anderson
of Harris county was elected presi
dent unanimously Will Futch of Cole
man county vice president and John
P Kirk of Austin secretary and treas
urer
Immediately afterward the visitors
were taken in automobiles to Ysleta
and tonight are being entertained at
a smoker at the Elks Club Tomor
row they will go on an excursion to
Cloudcroft
Lake Vessel Afire
Herald SpecialI
Chicago 111 Aug 11 The wireless
station reports a steamer afire in the
lake twelve miles from the harbor It
Is believed to be the passenger boat
Flora Hill Another vessel has gone
tothe rescue
ays
PALESTINE TEXAS THURSDAYfgETERNOON AUGUST II 1910
With the Election Disposed of Palestine People Can Get Busy
THE
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e Boosting
A N N U A L
r Clear
15 CTS A WEEK
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
i
Sold Regardless of Profit Come in
and let us prove our bargains
The Loading Clothier and Furnisher
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The Old Cabinet Maker Says
babies let make them comfortable and
vThat if we will have us
healthy providing them with the nejy and useful improvementsmliigh fe
chairs gocarts and baby carriages We are splendidly stockedwith
beautiful goods in these lines and fn order that you may have an oppor
tunity to nil babys needs properly they are priced at a very low margin
of profit
Oobbs Furniture Co
At the A H Bailey Old Stand
Exceptionally Fine
I It
is the unusually rich and exclusive
I designs that yoli see in many of the
I pieces of Furniture at our store
We make a specialty of odd pieces
that
havs a style
not usually found in Furniture stores
except at high prices and our prices
are low so low that you ponder
how it is done
Buy Now Pay Later
W MITCHELL The Furniture Man
Phone 782 51 a Spring
Are on Display
IkOver
and Clapp Oxfords
No Better Shoes Made Than
0
WalkOver and Clapp Shoes
We Fit Your Feet With Care
Try Us
350 to 600
Mens Outfitters
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