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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 24, 1910, Image 1

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s 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
The Harsh Features
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is the Best Paint
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For repainting Buggies
Automobiles Wagons
Sleighs Fire Engines
Hose Carts Store
9 Beautiful Colors
HOT DRY
ruins your wagon and buggy Paint
prevents thisHeath Miiligan is
the kind you want to use For sale by
Palestine Hardware
Company
A FERE ALARM
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 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
Kelp you to secure a home or a jiiece 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
P H HUGHBS
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 101
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
Try us we please otherswell please you
TEMPLE
The Pure Food Grocer
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H FULGHAM A WELL KNOWN
BRAKEMAN ON I G N VICTIM
OF ACCIDENT THIS AFTERNOON
IN HENDERSON YARDS
A wire was received here about 3
oclock this afternoon annuncing that
Mr Herbert Fulgham a well known If
G N trainman had been seriously
injured in the yards at Henderson It
is reported that Fulgham lost a leg and
an arm by being run down by a train
He was making up a train at Hender
son when the accident happened A
special engine and caboose were sent
to Henderson immediately on receipt
of news of the accident and the In
jured man is being brought to the
companys hospital here Sir Fulgham
is a brother of Mrs Pat Frank and
Mrs Clarence Averyt of this city and
has a host of friends here
OVER THE REPORT THAT MADRIZ
OF NICARAGUA WILL CALL ON
PRESIDENT DIAZ OF MEXICO TO
TAKE ISSUE IN TROUBLES
Herald Special
Mexico City Aug 24 Diplomatic
circles are stirred over the announce
ment here today that the deposed
President Madriz of Nicaragua will
attend the Mexican centennial and de
mand recognition from President Diaz
This will reopen the resentment to
Secretary of State Knox of the United
States in his attitude toward Estrada
It is believed the move will cause
Diaz to declare his position in Cen
tral American affairs
FIRE TROUBLE NOT OVER
Conditions Have Improved But Dan
ger Still Threatens Many Men
Are Missing
Harald Special
Spokane Wash Aug 24 The end
of the forest fires is not in sight
though the conditions are improved
today Six hundred more fire fight
ers are reported missing from Thomp
son Falls Mont but the officials re
fuse to believe they have lost their
lives The forestry officials declare
today a conservative estimate of the
dead is seventyfive people with a
property loss at 10000000 The en
tire militia of Idaho Oregon and Mon
tana have been called out Thompson
Falls is in danger being in the very
heart of the fire district today
The crisis of the fires is believed
to be passed in Western Montana and
Idaho Advices received today state
the condition is improving and rain
is falling and the fires are under con
trol in many sections Alarm over
the fate of upward of eight hundred
fire fighters who have not been heard
from for several days is still un
abated though the general feeling is
that the men have escaped alive
STRIKE HILL CONTINUE
Secret Ballot of Illinois Coal Operat
ors Turned Down the Compro
mise Agreement
Herald Special
Chicago 111 Aug 24 Following
the taking of a secret ballot the coal
operators of Illinois it is announced
today rejected the compromise pro
posed tind the strike will continue
According to President Mooreshead
the miners will be offered the ad
vance agreed on in C ncinnati but
the miners demand twice as much of
an advance
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PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 24 1910
HERALD
LUMBERMEN OF SOUTHWEST
URGE INTERSTATE COMMISSION
TO PROHIBIT INCREASE IN
LUMBER RATES
Herald Special
St Louis Mo Aug 24 The South
western Lumbermen in session here
today entered a protest against the
proposed freight rate increases which
they contend will urely retard ad
vancement and development in this
section The St Louis shippers will
join in the protest and will urge the
Interstate Commerce Commission to
prohibit the proposed increases
GRAFT CHARGE COMMITTEE
Makes No Report to Eagles In Ses
sion In St Louis
Herald Special 1
St Louis Mo Aug 24 The fact
that the Eagles trial pommittee has
made no report in the graft investi
gation has given rise to many reports
concerning the outcome According
to one member of the committee four
of those charged will be found guilty
but the verdicts will bewithheld until
the time for the election of officers
and be used by the Herring faction to
force the Grady forces to permit full
sway in the election matter
REAL FIGHT IS M ON
Looks as Though It Will Be a Fight
to the Finish Between Roose
velt and Sherman
Herald SperlaL
New York Aug 24 The battle for
the control of New York state began
in earnest this morning T K Wood
ruff Ward Names Wadsworth and
others have arranged for a conference
at which plans will be perfected
Griscom and other Roosevelt lieuten
ants will go after the upstate dele
gates a majority of whom are anti
progressive
Rooseveltand Sherman
Herald Special
Utica N Y Aug 24 Roosevelt
and Sherman are the star performers
in the state political battle in Utica
today Sherman at his home declined
to discuss Tafts repudiation of the
state committee deal There is no
doubt that Roosevelt is prepared to
make a finish fight against Sherman
His unqualified indorsement of Sen
ator Davenport and his support of the
direct primary bill are regarded as his
opening guns in the campaign Col
Roosevelt is at the home of his brotht
erinlaw Douglass Robinson at Jour
danville today Taking advantage of
the political situation John A Dix
chairman of the state democratic
committee is endeavorng to promote
harmony in that party In a party
conference in Utica last night with
county leaders he predicted that the
reputure among the republicans means
certain victory for the democrats
WOMAN KILLED BY TRAIN
Attempting to Rescue Pet Dog When
She Was Struck
Taylor Texas Aug 23 Mrs Fan
nie Robinet of Elgin was killed by
south bound passenger train No 5 the
Flyer this morning at Coupland Sta
tion eight miles south of Taylor The
pilot of the engine struck the womans
left temple tearing a hole in the left
side of her head laying it open Death
was instantaneous The ribs were
broken and the body was thrown
twenty feet from the track
The accident occurred when her pet
dog ran onto the track in front of the
fast approaching train and she at
tempted to rescue it v The body was
taken to Elgin for burial Two sons
survive her
White Has Bad Memory
Herald Special
Chicago 111 Aug 24 The cross
examination of White was resumed by
Attorney Forest for the defense in the
Lee Browne trial today Whites mem
ory was poor as to statements made
by him alleging bribery
1 15 CTS A WEEK
Get In Touch With the Right People By Reading Herald Ads They Are Money Savers
if
THE
Royall National RanK
= Wll
ROY ALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus ot
30000000
And withtotal resources of more than
75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
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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 anS stiff
hats just in
Sole agents
Maxim Felt Hats
all styles and colors Union
made and every hat
guaranteed
PRICE
eginning August the 5th
200
FLANAGAN
Clothier and Furnisher
and lasting for o days only we
will do all Electric work at abso
lute cost This applfes 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
A Model G Franklin with the smallest horse power and the
shortest wheel base of any car in 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 Go
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
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