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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 23, 1910, Image 1

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Palestine Hardware
Company
Often calls to mind to many people the fact that they are not
insured as they should be But it ia too late to take out insur
ance if the fire happens to be turning jour property The time
to insure is now I can write you a policy now that will give
voti the protection you need and should nave And I can also
helpyou 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
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 103
The Harsh Features
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born of the monotonous grind of daily toil are
softened and made bearable by an occasional
visit to my grocery store where Purity is Par
amount The best of everything to select from
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The Pure Food Grocer
PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 23 1910
FORESTERS AND OTHERS THINK
THERE IS CHANCE OF HOLDING
FIRES IN CHECK ONLY SIXTY
ACTUAL KNOWN DEAD
Herald Special
Spokane Wash Aug 23 The
known dead victims of the forest fires
now number sixty with two hundred
seriously injured and as many more
missing The foresters and other
fire fighters report some progress to
day and entertain the hope that they
will be able to control the flames
until a rain comes The wind has
died down some for the past several
hours this is helping the situation
Si Regis though seemingly doom
ed still has a fighting chance Mul
lan Saltez and Henderson are out of
immediate danger but are still threat
ened The plant of the Kansas City
Commission company at Cedar Creek
has been destroyed and six men are
believed to have lost their lives
there
In the Camas Valley the flames
have been checked after immense
damage has been done and the loss of
life has been great Aside from the
destruction of Wallace the most dis
astrous feature of the havoc wrought
has been to the tracks of the Trans
continenal railway making it impos
sible to reach the people in that sec
tion People from other sections con
tinued pour into Spokane Missoula
Helena and Butte and all four cities
are taxed to ther capacity to take
care of those in need The fire fight
ers are absolutely exhausted It is
reported that an entire company of
negro troops are missing Unless
Tain comes soon the TannanaTe SSi
tlon is doomed The Crater Lake
fires are gaining headway
Despatches from Chief Forester Sil
cox at Missoula Mont state that the
actual known number of dead is thir
tythree and two fatally injured Sev
eral large crews stand in danger of
death All towns between St Regis
and Saltez have been burned and the
fires in the Gallatin and Bear Tooth
reserves are under control Troy
Mont is in danger
California Wants Help
Herald Special
Washington D C Aug 23 Three
companies of infantry have been or
dered by Major General Wood today
to proceed to Tahoe National forests
in response to a call from Forester
Olmstead to assist in fighting the
fires This is the first appeal to come
from California and has aroused some
apprehension in official circles
ROOSEVELTS FRIENDS
Still Hopeful of Making Him Tempo
rary Chairman of the New
York Convention
Herald Special I
New York Aug 23 Col Roosevelt
started on his western trip today leav
ing the political muddle behind him
Pressing business affairs call Vice
President Sherman out of range and
he will not meet the expresident in
Utica His friends predict that Roose
velt may yet be temporary chairman
of the convention the fight to be
made in the state committee meeting
it at all
C JL WHITE WAS GRILLED
By Attorneys In the Lee Browne Trial
Today White Charged With
Selling Out
Herald Special 1
Chicago 111 Aug 23 Charles A
White the star witness in the bribery
trial was grilled on the witness stand
today In the grilling the story was
brought out alleging that White made
a contract with the Chicago Tribune
whereby he was to be paid 3500 for
the story of the bride and States At
torney Wayman was charged by the
defense to being a party to the con
tract JVayman promptly challenged
the defense to prove the charge
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JOS C SIBLEY ARRESTED LAST
NIGHT CHARGED WITH DE
BAUCHING VOTERSMN EFFORT
TOSECURE NOMINATION
Herald Special
Franklin Pa Aug 23 Following
his statement that he had withdrawn
from the congressional race Joseph C
Sibley was arrested last night charged
with debauching voters His arrest
followed a charge that Sibley had
spent twentyfour thousand dollars
during the primary campaign to gain
the nomination
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In New Qrleans Court to Hear Trial
of EighteenYearOld Mamie
McLoughlin
Herald Special
News Orleans La Aug 23 The
trial commencing today of Mamie
McLoughlin aged eighteen years and
charged with murder in the first de
gree in connection with the death of
Hugh Smith Jr a wealthy resident of
New Orleans promises to be the first
case ever tried in Louisiana where
the unwritten law has been used as
a defense by a woman The court
room was jammed today by represent
atives of the Womans Era Club and
otheVs with whose contributions the
defense is being conducted The ac
cused girl says she was justified in
killing Smith whom she claims be
trayed her and then cast her aside
Six jurors have been chosen and it
is believe J llmbox witfebo tillfidJay
night Few talismen admit to having
formed an opinion on the case
Kansas Insurgent Has Aspirations to
Sit In Place of the Mighty
Says Insurgent Ingalls
Herald Special
Atchison Kas Aug 23 Sheffield
Ingalls an insurgent and a friend of
Congressman Murdoch is authority
for the statement that Murdock as
pires to be speaker of the house to
succeed Cannon In the statement In
galls said that MurdockWill not op
pose Curtis renomination since he
hopes to be speaker if the insurgents
gain control of the house
RESIGNATION WITHHELD
President of Panama Reconsiders His
Intention to Resign
Herald Special
Panama Aug 23 Acting under the
advisement of a rabid antiAmerican
secretary President Mendoza recon
sidered his resignation today and it
is now predicted that the American
marines will have to be landed to in
sure a peaceful outcome of the as
sembly election of a president on
September 10th
CHICAGO ELECTRICAL STORM
Did Heavy Darnage Last Night No
Lives Were Lost
Herald Special
Chicago 111 Aug 23 Serious dam
age resulted here from a terrific elec
tric storm last night Many houses
were struck by lightning and the tel
ephone and telegraph service is badlyi
crippled today No lives have been
repotted lost
Coal Operators Confer
Herald Special
Chicago 111 Aug 23 The Illinois
Coal Operators Association is in ses
sion considering a compromise and
means of bringing about a settlement
of the strike Officials state that it
may require several days to decide
on a course and refuse to make any
predictions as to the outcome
Phone 1003 for the choicest of
peaches tomatoes and blackberries
fresh picked every day 1tf
Herald Want Ads bring results
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HERALD
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let In Touch With the Right People By Reading Herald Ads They Are Money Savers
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The new fall and
winter hats are
now on display >
from the staple
Stetson to the la
test novelties in
both soft and stiff
hats just in
Sole agents
Maxim Felt Hats
all styles and colors Union
made and every hat
guaranteed
PRICE
200
A Model G Franklin with the smallest horse power and the
shortest wheel base of any car m the run was one of the
seven perfect road score cars out of twentyfive entries in
the reliability run of the Wisconsin State Automobile As
sociation started July 18 for the Milwaukee Sentinel cup
The Model G carried the greatest load four passengers and
made the highest average speed eighteen miles an hour
The run was over 808 miles of the steepest hills worst roads
and deepest sand in Wisconsin
Herman Schmidt Co
New Goods
New WalkOver Shoes
New Edwin Clapp Shoes
New Eagle Shirts
HirschWickwire Clothing
Now being placed on the shelves Other
fall goods to follow Watch
for announcement
Mens Outfitters
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FLANAGAN
Clothlor and Furnisher
Beginning August the 5th
and lasting fer 30 days only we
will do all Electric work at abso
lute cost This applies to new
and old buildings alike If you
contemplate having your home
wired call up phone No 4 and we
will gladly send our estimator to
your home Let us tell you what
it will cost you to have your home
wired We will also sell during
the next thirty day electric fans
and any other electric appliances
at cost
Palestine Electric Ice Company
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