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THE PALESTINE DAILY HERALD
Entered In the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondClass Mali Matter
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON SUNDAY EXCEPTED
W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Proprietors
TELEPHONE 444 = =
The Hamilton Boys You Know
8UB8CRIPTION 15 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 600
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Any erroneous reflection upon the character Btandlng or reputation of any
person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Herald
will be gladly corrected upon It being brought to attention of the publishers
A NEEDED LAW
FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1910
WEATHER FORECAST
For Palestine and vicinity
Tonight fair cooler Satur
day fair
ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Herald is authorized to make
the following announcements subject
to the action of a democratic primary
For State Senator 13th District
W J TOWNSEND JR
of Angelina County
AUGUST 26 IN HISTORY
1696 Ebenezer Gay sometimes called
the father of Unitarianism
born in Dedham Mass Died in
Hingham Mass March 18
1787
1791 The first patents for steam
boats were issued simultaneous
ly to Stevens Fitch Rumsey
and Read
1818 Illinois adopted a state consti
tution
1819 Prince Albert husband of Queen
Victoria born Died Dec 14
1861
1835 Sevently buildings in Charles
town Mass were destroyed by
fire
1851 Railway line completed between
Montreal and Rouses Point
1856 First petroleum well opened at
Titusyille Pa
1861 The Hatteras expedition sailed
from Fortress Monroe
1862 Union naval expedition pro
ceeded up the Yazoo river in
Mississippi
1872 Arapahoe Indians massacred
the guard of a government mule
train and robbed and burned
the wagons at Dry Creek Colo
rado
1875 Bank of California in San Fran
cisco failed
1891 Decennial census placed the
population of Canada at 4823
344
1909 M Latham flew 9588 miles at
Rheims breaking all records
for distance
A great deal is be ng said just now
about a law to protect the smaller
creditors of railroad companies the
men who furnish supplies and render
services or who hold just claims
against such companies and there is
a diversity of opnion about what is
Tight and just and much is said about
the rights of stock and bond holders
and all that The Herald believes in
the square deal and believes that a
corporation worth millions of dollars
should not be allowed to ignore debts
of small amounts made With people
who cannot afford to lose their claims
It seems to this paper that one of the
best ways to prevent such losses
would be to make it a crime in Texas
THE
AIRDOME
The Coolest Spot In Palestine
TIM OCONNELL Manager
TONIGHT
HIGHCLASS
MOTION PICTURES
Subjects
THE FOREST RANGER
Essaney Feature
PIERRIETS TALISMAN
Comedy
ILLUSTRATED SONGS
GEO R COOKE
TWO SHOWS 8 and 915 P M
PRICES
Adults 10c
Children 4 to 12 Years 5c
No Reserved Seats
SPECIAL MATINEES
For Ladies and Children at Lyric
Theatre on Main Street Wednes
day and Saturday After
noons at 5 Oclock
THEBABY SHOW CONTEST WILL
CLOSE TONIGHT WINNERS
WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON
SATURDAY NIGHT
for a railroad to divert any part of
its funds until its current and local
indebtedness has been paid in full
All people who are familiar with such
matters know that it is a common
practice to take the funds and apply
on interest on overcapitalization or
to apply such funds on other exten
sions etc making it often impossible
to pay the debts from the income
And this should not be permitted A
big corporation should have no legal
right as it certainly has no moral
right to defraud the small man out
of his bill even in order to protect
the bond or mortgage holder
DR SILLIMANS SUGGESTION
The Herald today publishes the ad
dress of retiring President J C Sil
liman of the Board of Trade and sug
gests that every reader of this paper
g ve the article a close reading be
cause it contains truths and sugges
tions that every man in the town
should know The doctor has stayed
well in the bounds of conservatism
and yet his address makes a splendid
showing for the town It is a fact
that none will dispute that Palestine
is today in the most prosperous con
dition of any time in its history and
t is a further truth that the Board of
Trade is in a large measure respon
sible for this conditon But what
has been accomplished in the past
few years has been done by a com
paratively few men in the Board men
who have unselfishly devoted their
time and thought to the public needs
of the town If it develops in the year
to come that this small number of
workers are to be joined by many
others we may expect big things to
result But whatever you may think
of this suggestion read the address in
this paper and get the good sugges
tions made
AFTER BIG GAME
Teddy Roosevelt has announced that
he is off on another big hunt This
time he is not after the white rhino
but says in good plain English that
he is going to hunt the crooks out of
his own party This is a hunt worth
while and if the former president suc
ceeds he will have the thanks of the
American people regardless of party
connections There have come up
within recent years a class of poli
ticians who adopt as the r motto get
the money and they have burdened
this country with special privileges
and graft And these are the fellows
the expresident says he is after And
he is joined in this hunt by thousands
of good men and true who do not be
lieve the government should be de
spoiled and the masses exploited for
the benefit of the few Public opinion
will eventually force public officials
to be clean and this same public opin
on will right many other things that
now seem to menace the common
good One of the first things it will
do will be to correct the robber tar
iff And while Roosevelt is hunting
the crook in his party there are other
stiong men looking for the same class
in the democratic ranks The day of
the grafter is numbered
Anderson county should determine
on securing five hundred additional
farmers this year and go after them
The people are coming to Texas
A magnificent rain fell here yester
day afternoon and last night was cool
and delightful It is in order now to
advise that the turnip architect get
busy nith his seed
The members of the Board of Trade
and this should mean every progres
sive man in the town have pledged
themselves to get out and work for
the park propositon Palestine needs
and must have these parks and if the
people do not accept the offers now
they will not have the opportunity
again
In just a short time now this peo
ple will be called on to vote on the
park bond issue As the Herald sees
it it would be an irreparable mistake
to fail to secure these parks at this
time If the city does not buy the
ijark sites they will be cut up into
residence lots and sold and it will be
hard to find such other locations
Think It over
The Board of Trade was reorganized
last night and a fine Sl > jrt of enthu
siasm was manifest If theijpeople of
this good old townjglllftke hold of
the Board work KSljadfdarn est and
go after business they canlget results
that will be surprising Jfcjd this is
what they should do Ewery man
whether he is in businessfor employed
on salary should have ajji ve mem
bership in the Board and alive in
terest in its work 4j
RANGERS INVESTIGATING
Report of Another Killing In Houston
County Negro Woman Re
ported Killed
In answer to information received
here Wednesday afternoon that a
negro woman had beenVlsilled near
Wenchell in Houston county the
rangers temporarily stationed here
were dispatched to thatylocality to
make an investigation Jp to noon
today the rangers had made no report
on the case to the officers here and
little is known of the particulars A
telegraph item from Crockett says
Sheriff Lacy of Houstonfjcounty had
made an arrest in connection with the
killing
SHIPPING BILL
PASSES
HOUSE
Will Not Be Made Operative Immedr
ately as Was FirstDesired
ISfr
Austin Texas Aug 2rAction of
the house committee onitinsurance to
day in substituting thesCureton in
surance bill for the senauTbill means
that a solution of the insurance ques
tion is still a problem between the
senate and house In thejhouse this
afternoon it is expectedBthe house
bill will be passed finally and sent
over to the senate and then will come
the free conference committee The
only thing done by thejhouse today
was the final passage oyfthe bill of
lading bill but it failedSS receive a
twothirds vote and consequently will
not go into immediate effect
While all indicationsfpoint to the
passage of the railroadffchum bill in
both branches still there w ll be
some opposition to the measure in the
senate in its present shape The sen
ate wants to protect ajlgbonds now
existing and issued under the stock
and bond law This billlwill come up
this afternoon in the senate while in
the house this measurelwas made a
special order for tomorrow morning
The first business before the senate
when it met this morning was to re
ceive a message fromfthe
submitting for confir
nation of L C Wise of
a member of the boar
governor
the nomi
bilene to be
pi managers
of the epileptic colony there He was
confirmed in executive sesslons be
ginning at 1145 J
Favorable committeereports were
received on the car shedjbill both the
bill of lading bills the spider bill and
the International and Great Northern
claim bill x
The senate adopted fa favorable
committee report on the International
and Great Northern bill and it was
laid before the senate on passage to
engrossment Hudspeth5 offered an
amendment to providethat the bill
shall not affect bondsissued under
the stock and bond law of Texas
Senter moved to set the bill for a
special order tomoiTowTmorning In
arguing for this motfon he suggested
that the hill if passed In its present
form might give the railroads an op
portunity to issue watered bonds con
trary to the state law and also point
ed out that any section ivhich prefers
one character of claim above another
renders a law invalid Brachfield sug
gested setting the bill over for con
sderation to 3 oclock this afternoon
and this suggestion prevailed in the
end In the meantinWTteal got the
floor and on a plea of personal privi
lege attacked a story in th e San An
tonio Light which he said reflected
on the senate brandingit as slander
On motion of Brachfield the senate
then recessed subject to the call of
the chair
After confirming the Wisenomina
tion in executive session the senate
recessed to 3 oclock this afternoon
when the railroad valuation bill will
bo taken up and discussed
When the senate met this afternoon
the International railroad claim bill
was pending business Senator Huds
peth moved that the senate adjourn
so as to give the members on the pen
itentiary committee time to complete
their labors This prevailed by a
vote of 13 to 12 and the senate ad
journed until tomorrow morning
80 Per Cent of the Profit Is Yours
Commencing Monday Aug 29 and
lasting four days we will give a dis
count of 20 per cent on anything
bought In our store Come and see
what we have and what you can save
254t J B Bonds
Keep the body healthy at this sea
son by using Prickly Ash Bitters It
is a necessary condition to success
fully resist malarial germs Bratton
Drug Co Special Agents
Herald want ada pay
sa >
OLD TOWN POSTOFFICE SUB
STATION ROBBED EARLY LAST
EVENING MONEY IS RECOVER
ED AND TWO NEGROES JAILED
Last evening at about 7 oclock the
safe in the Old Town Drug Store was
robbed and government money in the
sum of some seventy dollars was
stolen The substation of the local
postoffice is located in the drug store
Almost immediately the robbery was
discovered and officers were notified
and got on the tra l of the thieves
The chase resulted in the arrest of
Willie Bonner and Pink Campbell
negroes and a negro girl The girl
was released this morning by direction
of the sheriff It is claimed that
when offcers crowded the negroes
last night they threw sixty dollars or
more into the yard of a resident of
Old Town where it was recovered
The officers feel sure they have the
right parties under arrest and It is
understood that a partial confession
has been made
COLONY TO eoic
Tennessee Colony Voted School House
Bonds Judge Funderburk
Goes to Austin
In a recent community election Ten
nessee Colony voted bonds to build a
school house and the papers in the
case were turned over to County
Judge Funderburk with a request from
those people to take the case up for
them and get the bonds fixed up
in Austin The judge will go
to Austin tonight on this mission
WEATHER FORECAST
Published By Authority of ths Secre
tary of Agriculture
For Palestine and vicinity until 7
p m Saturday Tonight fair cooler
Saturday fair
Minimum temperature 70
Maximum temperature 96
Weather Conditions
The storm that was over the Great
Lakes is passing down the St Law
rence valley The movement of this
disturbance has been attended by
rain in the lake region the Ohio val
ley and the North Atlantic states The
gulf storm has caused heavy rain at
New Orleans 242 inches having fall
en during the past twentyfour hours
Showers are reported in Alabama
Florida Tennessee and Texas The
temperature has risen in the northern
Rocky mountain region but it is much
cooler in the Plains states the lake
region and the northern Mississippi
valley Light frost is reported in
Colorado Minnesota and the Dakotas
Fair weather is indicated for this vi
cinity tonight and Saturday with
cooler weather tonight
tonightT
T R Taylor
Official in Charge
Senior Stokes Dead
A telegram received here yesterday
afternoon by Judge Jno F Watts an
nounced the death in Crockett of Mr
Chas F Stokes a prominent citizen
of that place and the father of the
lamented Senator Carl Stokes whose
death nas recorded some two weeks
ago Mr Stokes Sr was well ad
vanced in yeais but it is believed the
death of his son contributed largely
to the cause of his death Mr Stokes
stood high in his community and
had been honored with public office
many times by his neighbors Judge
Watts left th s morning for Crockett
to attend the funeral which took
place at 4 oclock this afternoon
Notice Printers
By the authority vested in me as
president I hereby call the members
of Palestine Typographical Union No
472 in extraoidinay session at fif
teen minutes after five on Saturday
afternoon August 27th 1910 at the
Daily Herald office for purpose of
winding up Labor Day affairs and such
other business as may legally come
before the body
J G DeLaMar President
Married Last Evening
Last evening at the home of the
brides mother Mrs Hanna Betts on
South Sycamore street Miss Nelia
Lewis Botts and Mr E B Burks were
united in marriage Rev J C Oehler
pastor of the Presbyterian church of
officiating
The groom is of Helena Ark and
the happy couple left for that place
via the 1058 train
The First Showing
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Of Panama and Chiffon
Panama Skirts
We are pleased to announce to
the ladies of the city and county
that we have just received and
placed in stock an attractive line
of Panama and Chiffon Panama
skirts in the newest patterns
made in the new styles and yet
offered at prices that will make
them especially attractive We
would be pleased to have you call
and look at the line and make
your selections before they are
picked over Our new goods are
beginning to arrive now and we
will have many new and pretty
things to show you In the
meantime we are offering at
tractive prices on all summer
goods with a full two months
of hot weather ahead of us
O HAY r roJVOOfobU
Vote For Your Favorite In the Labor
Day Queen Contest Voting
Box at Swifts Store
The following Is the vote In the
contest for Labor Day Queen up to
Thursday morning Aug 25
Frday morning Aug 2G
Miss Ouida Barnes 2010
Miss Ava Moore 1990
Miss Maud Ella Garner 801
Contest closes Friday September 2
at 8 p m
Modern Householders
are installing in their sleeping apartments and dressing
chambers dainty onepiece
Lavatories If you do like
wise you will be provided with the com
forts of a modern home
We would like to help make your home
as comfortable as possible by installing in
your bedroom a beautiful Saa < iad Por
celain Enameled Lavatory Let us tell you
the cost the price will agreeably surprise
you Snd for booklet Modem Lavatories
NO SUE fc CO
10 PLAN FOfi A BULLY
Board of Trade Committee Will Hold
an Important Meeting This Eve
ning at th Board Room3
A Board of Trade committee com
posed of Messrs Jno R Hearne H
V Hamilton G H Turner D M
Hodges and J W Ozment will meet
in the Board rooms this evening to
plan for a rally and campaign for the
park election The committee will no
doubt outline a good program and call
on all people favorable to the park
movement to help make it a success
Watch for the announcements and get
ready to boost the parks
5 yl
Phone 237
PQMPEO GOPPiNi IS HEBIi
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San Antonio Sculptor Who Made tnj
Statue of Judge Reagan a
Guest In the City
Pompeo Coppini the well knov
sculptor of San Antonio en rout
north stopped over here today as tfi
guest of Mr J W Ozment Whe
advised of the movement to locat
two pretty parks here the sculpt
grew enthusiastic and said he hope
the parks would be secuerd as a cit
without parks was very much like
home without a yard
W J Townsend Announces
In the proper column of the Heral
today will be found the announcemen
of Judge W J Townsend Jr of Lu
kin who aspires to succeed the lat
Hon C C Stokes as state senate
from this d strict The Herald hasji
acquaintance with Judge Townseni
but he is strongly recommended b
his home people and by those wh
know him bests Judge Townsend ha
served the county of Angelina
county attorney and county judge an
has a good record in both offices In
tiring from both voluntarily He 1
comparat vely a young man and ha
splendid legal ability He asks hi
friends in this county to consider hi
candidacy and give him their suppor
COST NO MORE WHY
We are direct importers and can give better Coffee at the same price
SECURITY COFFEE
Awarded SIX Blue Ribbons in two yeare for QUALITY Square deal In
every can
Your grocer has it Ask him to supply you
Importers Coffee Co utd
New Orleans La
Pearistone Gro Co Palestine Wholesale Agents
CE
Wheat Bran per ioo 1 s 140
Corn Meal per sack 65
Granulated Sugar per ioo lbs 575
Alfalfa Hay per bale 65
Buffalo Syrup per gallon 55
PRICE

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