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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, October 04, 1910, Image 1

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With a combined capital andsurplus of
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And with total resources of more than
7 5000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
SILVER WAR
Given Away Free
We have secured the jobbing agency for the
United Silver Company s table ware
They have authorized us to give away
Free of Charge
With every ioo purchase of their silverware
another ioo worth of silverware
your choice free
We Guarantee This Silverware to be A A A Plate
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
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furnish your table may only come once in a
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See Our Window Display of This
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No Hail Order Catalogue House or Departs
merit Store Can Equal This Offer
Palestine Hardware Co
A FIRE ALARM TURNED
Often calb to mind to many people the fact that they are not
insured as they should be But it id too late to take out insur
ance if the fire happens to be burning your property The time
to insureds now I can write you a policy now that will give
you the protection you need and should nave And I can also
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you want any advice about real estate let me talk with you I
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P H HUGHES
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
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Fresh Today
Shell Nuts
Candied Cherries
Candied Pineapple
Maraschino Cherries
Honey in glasses
Jellies
Jams
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Mincemeafin bull
Nicrlarge fat mackeral
Boneless Cod Fish
Imported Sardines in oil
Russian Cavia
Evaporated Cherries
Evaporated Apples x
Nice Prunes
Raisins
Figs
Cranberries
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DAILY
PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 4 1910
AT STAKE IN ANDALUSIA ALA
BAMA TODAY BY AN INFURIAT
ED MOB OF FOUR HUNDRED
CITIZENS ASSAULTED WOMAN
Herald Special
Mobile Ala Oct 4 An infuriated
mob of four hundred men today drag
ged Russ Withers a negro from jail
at Andalusia Ala and burned him at
tha stake
The negro had assaulted Mrs Hi
ram Stuckey of Andalusia
A RUSSIAN SPY KILLED
Hunted Down By Russian Fighting
Socialists and Murdered In
Wiesbaden Germany
Herald Special
Berlin Oct 4 A report reached
here today that Eugene Azef a Rus
sian palace spy who gained a mem
bership in the organization known as
Russian Fighting Socialists v and
then betrayed members to the police
was assassinated at Wiesbaden The
socialists had put a price on Azefs
head and the report says one of the
group traced him to Wiesbaden
KILLED DY LIGHTNING
Young Man Sat In Gambling Room
Watching the Players When
Death Claimed Him
Herald SpeclaL >
Napo1eoi nifi T a cn t 4 ljgh
Sing killed Bierre Gros aged eighteen
j ears last night as he sat in a
gamblingroom at Albermarle six
miles south of here The youth was
sitting in a window watching the
players at the gambling tables None
of the gamers were injured The
lightning stripped off Gros clothes on
the left side and tore off his left
shoe
JOHN DEIT2 OF CAMERON DAM
WISCONSIN DEFIES OFFICERS
AND TERRIFIES A WHOLE
COMMUNITY
Herald Special
Winter Wis Oct 4 With armed
deputies still guarding Winter scores
of woodmen are surrounding the
cabin of John Deitz of Cameron Dam
and fighting and possibly bloodshed
are expected today as the result of a
longstanding feud between the au
thorities and Deitz Myra Deitz the
twentythree year old daughter of the
outlaw is at the point of death in
the Ashland hospital as the result of
gunshot wounds inflicted by the dep
uties when she and two brothers were
ambushed last Saturday One of the
brothers is held wounded in the Win
ter jail The other bi other escaped
and joined his father Deitz sent
word to Winter that he would visit
the place and kill every man in any
way responsible for the shooting but
the officers and posse have not wait
ed for the visit but have pushed the
warfare into Deltzs own territory
Barricaded in the cabin with Deitz
are his wife and three children Deitz
first ran afoul of the authorities sev
eral years ago when he refused to
give up his homestead claim to a
lumber syndicate
The Lorimer Case
Chicago Oct 4 Representative
George W Alschuler today told the
Lorimer investigation committee
that he voted for Lorimer but re
ceived no money for his vote James
W Doyle a labor leader gave testi
mony purporting to show that Repre
sentative Charles White had his mit
out in connection with legislation
opposed by labor unions
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WHO PERPETRATED OUTRAGE
AT LOS ANGELES DETECTIVES
SEEK MEN WHO BOUGHT EX
PLOSIVES AT OAKLAND
Herald Special
San Francisco Cal Oct 4 The
police of San Francisco today are al
most positive that the three men giv
ing their names as Leonard Morris
and Brison who purchased the five
hundred pounds of dynamite from the
Giant Powder Plant at Oakland on
September twentyfourth are tlie men
responsible for the dynamite outrage
in Los Angeles including the wreck
ing of the Times plant Attorney
Earl Rogers and Detective Wm J
Burns investigating the clue here
learned today that the three men an
chored their launch at Saulalite from
September twentyfirst to the twenty
third and on the night of the twenty
third gave the craft a new coat of
paint
UNDERWENT OPERATION
Senator LaFollette Was Operated on
This Morning For Gall Bladder
Condition Favorable
Herald Special
Rochester Minn Oct 3 Senator
Robert mS LaFollette of Wisconsin to
day underwent a successfuloperation
for gall bladder affection The opera
tion was performed by Drs Mays the
famous surgeons At 1015 the sen
rs wife announced that the sen
was coming from under the in
considered favorable
MUCH COTTON BURNED
Warehouse and Contents Were
stroyed at Navasota
De
Navasota Texas Oct 3 As near
as can be figured about four hundred
and fifty bales of cotton were lost by
fire last night when McNairs ware
house was burned to the ground
The alarm was sounded at ll oclock
and notwithstanding the fire com
pany and citizens responded prompt
ly the building was doomed by the
time the first stream was thrown up
on it The boys fought it four or
five hours before the flames were
successfully controlled How the fire
originated is another one of those
mysteries The first flame seemed to
come from the middle of the building
and In a very short while the roof
fell in The building being isolated
is all that saved the west portion of
the city The wind was high sending
sparks several hundred yards in the
air The loss will fall exceedingly
heavy upon several parties who had
no Insurance whatever one man hav
ing thirty odd bales The marine
companies carriod insurance on one
hundred and four bales tmd local in
surance firms carried about 7000
This leaves about 22000 worth of
cotton unprotected
Catholic Ladies Bazaar
The ladies of the Catholic church
met Sunday afternoon at the home
of Father Lee and perfected the
plans for the coming bazaar Mrs
John Ormond was elected chairman
of the meeimg aud Miss Sweany was
elected secretary and treasuier The
bazaar will be held on November 15
16 and 17 and extensive preparations
are being made to make it the usual
financial and social success Further
notice of the event will be made
from time to time
ONE WAS KILLED
One Fatally Hurt and a Third
Seriously By Explosion
Herald Special
Washington D C Oct 4
An explosion in the high ex
plosive room of the Washing
ton navy yard this afternoon
killed instantly John Cadama
tori fatally injured James
Griffith and seriously injured
Christian Schelfde
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AND NARROWLY ESCAPED SE
RIOUS INJURY HORSE FELL
ON BEING STRUCK BY AUTO
DRIVEN BY A LADY
Herald Special
Oyster Bay Oct 4 Colonel Roose
velt had a narrow escape from death
today at the entrance to his Saga
more Hill estate when a spirited
horse he was riding was struck by
an automobile and the cojonel was
half thrown to the ground sustaining
widow of a New York millionaire real
estate dealer was riding in the auto
His western experience and splendid
horsemanship doubtless saved the col
onel from a fatal fall on the macadam
road
Republican leaders met at San An
tonio and discussed the state cam
paign
15 CTS A WEEK
Herald Columns Are Bristling With Business Boomers for Busy People Read The
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMIS
SION ANNOUNCE SUSPENSION
OF INCREASED RATES UNTIL
FEBRUARY SIXTH NEXT
Herald Special
> Washington D C Oct 4 The In
terstate Commerce Commission today
suspended until February sixth next
the increased rates on west bound
freight in California Nevada and
Utah which were announced ftia
railroads to take 4g ect on
first Fotfy roadsjpxggntt i SI
the order lumber
iurnltu ra a gfti j j
cement are the chief articles of
freight affected
Through the efforts of the attor
ney generals department five more
clubs at Dallas were temporarily en
joined from selling intoxicating
liquors
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