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

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We have secured the jobbing agency for the
United Silver Company s table ware
They have authorized us to give away
With every ioo purchase of their silverware
N another Sioo worth of silverware
your choice free
Guarantee This Silverware to be A A A Plate
fid to GiveSattefactory Wear For25 Years
i set six Waldorf Pattern AAA teaspoons
2 oo with another 2 oo worth of any other
article free No matter what silver you buy
we will give you free an equal amount As
this offer is made only for a limited time take
advantage of it at once as an opportunityto
furnish your table may only come once in a
lifetime
See Our Window Display of This
Magnificent Line
These goods are not made by a trust
No Hail Order Catalogue House or Depart
ment Store Can Equal This Offer
Palestine Hardware Co
Now fat mackerel
New cod fish
New brick cheese
New Swiss cheese
New dill pickles
New saur kraut
New saur pickles
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Often calls to miod to many people the fact that they are not
insured 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
vou 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
nave many good things onjhand and can help you make selection
lfreal Estate and Fire insurance
Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 103
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The two days session of the Em
ployed Officers Conference of the Y
M C A of Texas will be brought to
a close tonight with a banquet at
which Judge John M King will pre
side and the farewell address will be
delivered by State Secretary L A
Coulter of Dallas
Two sessions were held today The
morning session opened with devo
tional services conducted by L M
Ward of Sherman C D Morgan of
Dallas told of the international swim
ming campaign J V Baird of Mart
told the conference how the associa
tion can best serve the young men in
the rural districts He was followed
by Kirby Page of Houston who spoke
on The Best Methods of Reaching
the Stranger in the City The meet
ing then recessed and upon reconven
ing a general discussion of perplexing
problems was entered into
A short business meeting was held
at the afternoon session and then fol
lowed the depai tmental conference
the speakers and subjects being as
follows City Secietaries S J
Client Beaumont Physical Direct
ois Dr H E Hoke Waco Rail
I rnnd Secrotaries S L Clarke Cle
I Mime
Cotton Is Advancing
Cotton is steadily advancing in
price the price today being around
thirteen cents Quite a bit is being
marketed at this price The people
of the country are making every ef
fort to get the staple out of the fields
while the weather remains fair
Baltimores Population
Herald Special
Washington D C Sept 23 The
population of Baltimore Md was an
nounced today by the census buieau
as r 5S485 Cleveland passes Balti
more making Baltinfore the seventh
city of the country as to population
AILY
PALESTINE TEXAS FRIDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 23 1910
lanti
ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus ol
30000000
And with total resources of more than
75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
Washington Sept 22 The census
bureau tonight announced the popu
lation of San Antonio as 96614 as
compared with 53321 in 1900 an in
crease of 43293 or 812 per centy
The population of Fort Worth was
also announced It shows 73312 as
compared with 26688 in 1900 a gain
of 46624 or 1747 per cent
The population of Galveston is an
nounced at 36981 as compared with
37789 a decrease of 808 or 21 per
cent These figures in connection
with those of Dallas and Houston are
TDiJltllTl i n t
forward strides that Texas has made
in the past ten years have been nor
mally distributed between the larger
cities and the rural districts as is
shown by the returns from the fifty
three counties whose census has been
announced heretofore
Three interesting things are made
clear by tonights figures One is that
Galveston has practically overcome
the disastrous setback it received in
the height of its prosperity in 1900
having today a population within 808
of its top notch figures Another
thing shown is that while San Anto
nio with its area of thirtysix square
miles has 96614 inhabitants the
greatest actual growth in ten years
was made by Dallas which added
49666 inhabitants on its eighteen dnd
a half square miles Next to Dallas
Fort Worth made the greatest actual
gain having increased its population
in ten years by 46624 Then comes
San Antonio with an actual Increase
of 43293 and then comes Houston
with 34167 gain
POLITICAL LEADER DEAD
General Chas Brayon Dies Suddenly
at providence R I
Herald Special
Providence R I Sept 23 General
Charles Brayon the blind republican
dictator of Rhode Island died sud
denly at his home here early today
A fracture of a leg a few weeks ago
hastened his death through complica
tions
TwentyFive Cent Cotton
Clarksville Texas Sept 22 Long
staple cotton sold here today as high
as 25c a pound Up to date 2500 bales
have been weighed in here this fall
and A M Grant public weigher esti
mates the crop that will be marketed
here at 12000 bales 2000 more than
was iqceived heie last yeai This
amount of cotton at pi ices now pie
vailing is going to put more money
n circulation in this county than for
Ipii yea is
Planing Mill Burned
Pittsburg Texas Sept 22 Fire
this evening destroyed the plan ol the
Reynolds Biothers Planing Mill com
pany and a largo quantity of lumber
entailing a loss estimated at 20000
Tlie Katy depot was damaged but
was saved by hard work of the fire
fighters
Spiritualists at Fort Worth
Fort Woith Texas Sept 22 The
advance guard of the Texas spiritual
ists arrived in Fort Worth Thursday
and will attend the opening session
of tlie state convention tomorrow
ABOARD THE UNITED STATES
BATTLESHIP GEORGIA STUN
NING FOURTEEN MEMBERS OF
THE CREW SHIP SHAKEN
Herald Special
Aboard U S S Georgia Southern
Drill Grounds Wireless via Ports
mouth Va Sept 23 Fourteen mem
bers of the crew of the forward tur
ret were severely stunned today by
Senatorial Committee Investigating
Lorimer Case Declined to Per
mit Postponement
Herald Special
Chicago 111 Sept 23 The swato
rial committee investigating the elec
tion of Senator Lorimer today over
ruled the motion made by Lorimers
counsel for apostponement of the in
quiry until after the November elec
tions The committee decided that
the investigation should start right
now The Chicago Tribunes request
that its counsel be allowed to be
present at the hearing was granted
The committee requested counsel to
agree upon a procedure to expedite
the investigation then adjourned un
til Monday
15 CTS A WEEK
Herald Advertisers Are the Live Wires of This Business Community Read Their Ads
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THE
ROCK ISLAND PASSENGER TRAIN
FELL THROUGH A BRIDGE AND
EIGHT PERSONS WERE KILLED
FOUR BODIES RECOVERED
Herald Special
Norton Kas Sept 23 Eight per
sons were killed and several injured
today when a Rock Island passenger
train from St Louis to Denver
plunged through a forty foot trestle
into a creek west of Slayton Kan
sas Four bodies have been recover
ed and the other four are visible at
the bottom of the creek under the
wreckage
SUCCEEDING IN THIS FEAT GEO
CHAVEZ AVIATOR LOST CON
TROL OF MACHINE FELL AND
WAS FATALLY INJURED
Herald Special
Brieg Switzerland Sept 23 After
a successful flight over the Alps and
Simplon Pass seven thousand feet
high today George Chavez the Peru
vian aviator was dangerously injured
in a fall near Domodos Solo thirty
miles from Brieg Chavez lost con
trol of his machine throughtha be
numbing of his hands because of the
extreme coldness when flying almost
nine thousand feet high The mono
plane dashed toward the earth at ter
rific speed When within two hun
dred feet of the ground the aviator
regained sufficient control to check
descent and prevent the violent land
ing threatened However the fall
was sufficient to break Chavezs left
leg and right thigh and he sustained
other injuries that may prove fatal
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At the Banquet Tonight Bringing to
a Close the Y M C A Employ
ed Officers Conference
Herald Special
Springfield Hi Sept 23 The re
publican state convention today adopt
ed a platform commending the Taft
administration and favoring the cre
ation of a permanent tariff commis
sion Also favors moderation of the
state railroad laws and constitutional
abolition of the minority representa
tive system Governor Deneen was
made temporary and then permanent
chairman with the Deneen faction in
full control of the convention Sen
ator Lorimer was not mentioned in
tlie deliberations
5AI ANTONIO IS LEAK
The Cities of Texas as to Population
Having 96614 Fort Worths
Remarkable Growth
The new fall and
winter hats are
now on display
from the staple
Stetson to the la
test novelties in
both soft andstiff
hats just in
Sole agents
Maxim Felt Hats
all styles and colors Union
made arid every hat
guaranteed
200
W FLANAGAN
AUTO GOING SIXTYFIVE MILES
AN HOUR TURNED OVER AND
SERIOUSLY INJURED DRIVER
GEORGE ROBERTSON
Herald Special
Mineola L I Sept 23 Speeding
at sixtjfive miles an hour George
Robertson the well known racing
driver lost control of his Benz car on
the Motor JParkway here this morn
the explosion of the muzzle of one ing and was seriously hurt He was
GOL PAINE IS DEFIANT
Says the PayneAldrich Tariff Fulfills
the Republican Party Pledges
Was Renominated Today
Herald Special
Lyons N Y Sept 23 That the
PayneAldrich tariff fulfills the
pledges of the last republican plat
form and is an excellent law with the
possible exception of the wool sched
ule is the defiant contention of Sereno
B Payne one of the authors of the
bill in a speech here today For the
fourteenth time Payne was today re
nominated by the republicans of the
Thirtyfirst New York district
HirschWickwire Clothes are the best
Sold by
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battle practice
lowed the explosion and the ship was
shaken clear to the engine room
None of those shocked are seriously
injured
jarmjj g yi <
Great excitement foland a probable fracture of the skull
well internal
as as injuries Stephen
Arnolds riding with Robertson was
less seriously injured The brakes
failed to work and the car overturned
where the parkway merges into the
dirt roadway The car struck a post
and the drivers were hurled through
a fence The men were training for
the Vanderbilt events
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