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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 26, 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
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9 Beautiful Colors
HOT DRY
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For repainting Buggies
Automobiles Wagons
Sleighs Fire Engines
Hose Carts Store
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ruins your wagon and buggy Paint
prevents this Heath Mifligan is
the kind you want to use For sale by
Palestine Hardware
Company
Oftei calls to mind to many people the fact that they are not
insured as they should be But it is to late to take out insur
ance if the fire happens to be 1 urning your property The time
to insure is now I can write you a policy now that will give
you 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 J
have many good things on hand and can help you make selection
Pi H HUGHES
Real Estate and Fire insurance
Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 103
The Harsh Features
= Of Existence
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 others well please you
EMPLE
The Pure Food Grocer
county and state officials making irXr
dependent investigations of the wreck
near Duffield yesterday in which six
Pullman passengers were Willed eight
injured three of them probably fatal
ly it became evident today thag
stringent action will follow Chairman
Glasgow of the state railroad commis
sion today declared the Grand Trunk
officials will be prosecuted if It is
found that they were employing In
competent men in violation of the com
missions orders against incompetent
strikebreakers Secretary Kelley a
conducting the investigation for they
commission Brakeman Graham 6
the Montreal express hauling the il
fated Pullman is a strikebreaker anS
was held over after the strike settle
ment Graham declares that he was
performing the duty of the rear brake
man at the time of the collision
Herald Special 1
Manila P I Aug 26 Consul Iwaya
of Japan has been recalled at the fe
quest it is understood of Secretary
Dickinsin because of his pernicious
activity in the Philippines
Accidentally Shot
Herald Special 1
SECRETARY OF WAR DICKINSO
OBJECTS TO THE SERVICES O
CONSUL IWAYA OF JAPAN
THE PHILIPPINES
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Jefferson City Mo Aug 26 Vir
ginia Ware a society girl here to
day accidentally shot Arthur
when the couple were boating on the
river Scott is in a precarious con
dition
FIFTY THOUSAND PEOPLE
Saw the Start In the Stock Chassis
Races Under Auspices of Elgin
Automobile Association
Herald Special >
Elgin 111 Aug 26 More than fifty
thousand people were banked in the
grand stand and perched on fences to
day when Starter Fred Wagner re
leased Al Livingston driving a Na
tional car in the first Illinois trophy
race under the auspices of the Elgin
Automobile Road Race Association
All cars were lined up before Livings
ton started at 10 oclock Eight cars
started in the race
Seven cars started in the Kansas
country trophy a distance of 1C946
miles Six contestants are entered in
the Fox River trophy New records in
endurance tests are expected owing to
the ideal weather conditions The
road is protected by the militia and
the course has been oiled to prevent
dust The drivers entered are known
for their speed and endurance
These national stock chassis races
are the most important that the west
will see this year
TEXAS BASEBALL LEAGUE
Results yesterday
Galveston 5 San Antonio 1
Houston 6 Waco 0
Dallas 11 Oklahoma City 4
Fort Worth 12 Shreveport 0
Carpentry and job work of all kinds
Call on A W Norris 236 North Jack
son street 725lm
BROWNE BRIBERY CASE
Herald Special
Chicago 111 Aug 2G That the
witnesses were taken out and plied
with liquor until they were intoxicat
ed and then pumped for information
at the orders of States Attorney Way
man was the charge made today by a
TVitness testifying in the Lee ONeil
Browne bribery case Detective Pat
rick Keeley formerly ass igned to the
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FINISHED IN OKLAHOMA
Herald Special
Tulsa Okla Aug 26 The
Gore investigating committee
leaves for Kansas City tonight
having completed the Oklahoma
probe No hearing will be held
there the visit being in the
form of a holiday diversion
Office by Wayman and at present a
witness for the defense made the
charge Keeley said he was instruct
ed to take Representative Beckmeyer
out and treat him nicely He said he
got him drunk and that he did the
same thing with a number of witness
es in cases tried this year The court
prohibited the witness from detailing
a description of an orgie with Beck
meyer in a certain resort
GOVERNMENT VESSELS fAND
FORTS FIRE HEAVY GUNS IN
EFFORT TO CAUSE RAIN AND
EXTINGUISH FOREST FIRES
Herald Special
Seattle Wash Aug 26 The gov
ernment vessels in the harbor here
and the nearby forts today fired many
guns in an effort to bring down rain
and extinguish the forest fires now
menacing the towns of North Bend
Tanner and Bothell
Fires Are Under Control
Herald Special
San Francisco Cal Aug 26 Re
ports received today from the state
forest rangers show that the fire crisis
has passed in California A new fire
in the Santa Cruz mountains is now
the most serious in the state Great
damage is being done to the redwood
forests there and settlers are fleeing
for their 1 ves All other California
fires are reported under control
THIS DHL WANTS TO DIE
Katherine Fretch Who Killed Her Be
trayer at New Orleans Tries
to Sucidide Is Guarded
Herald Special
New Orleans La Aug 26 Special
guards were today placed in the cell
occupied by Katherine Fretch the
slayer of her faithless lover to pre
vent her making further efforts to
commit suicide When advised late
last night that she would not be per
mitted to view the body of Frank
Mischeler her lover she gouged her
self with a safety pinl Guards pre
vented her from doing violence to her
self Earlier she had tried to stab
herself with a hat pin
The Daily Picayune editorially this
morning upholds the unwritten law
and suggested the CudahyLillis pen
alty for rounders
The Herald prlntery for good work
PALESTINE TEXAS FRIDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 26 1910
MAY BE CHARGED AGAINST THE
OFFICERS OF GRAND TRUNK
RAILROAD FOLLOWING DISASJ
TROUS COLLISION
Herald Special
Durand Mich Aug 26 With the
Grand Trunk railroad officials and the
AND PUMPED FOR INFORMATION
BY STATES OFFICERS IS THE
CHARGE MADE BY DEFENSE IN
AID
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15 CTS A WEEK
the Right People By Reading Herald Ads They Are Money Savers
ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus ot
30000000
And with total resources of more than
75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
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
B FLANAGAN
Clothier and furnisher
eginning August the 5th
and lasting for 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
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the next thirty day electric fans
and any other electric appliances
at cost
Palestine Electric Ice Company
A Model G Franklin with the smallest horse power and the
shortest wheel base of any car in the irun 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 worlt roads
and deepest sand in Wisconsin
Herman Schmidt Co
New Goods
New WalkOver Shoes
New bdvvin Clapp 5hoes
New Kagle Shirts
HirschWick wire Clothing
Now being placed on the shelves Other
fall goods to follow Watch
for announcement
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