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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, November 29, 1910, Image 1

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ROYALL LPAN AND
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With a i combined capital and surplus of
30000000
And with total resources of more tlian
75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
DONT
Go Music Hungry
Don t borrow your fun
Buy a Victor Grapho
pone on the easy pay
ment plan Small pay
ment down then a small
payment each week and
you soon own it forever
Think of the delicious
melody the sweet old
songs the Stirring
Band and the Grand
Opera Music you can
hear and enjoy in your
own home Well tell
you today all abbut the
easy plan if youll call
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A FIRE ALARM TURNED IN
Often calls to mind to many people the fact that they are not
insured as thpy should be But it U 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 I 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
have many good things on hand and can help you make selection
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 103
And Mow Its
Pineapple Juice
The new Pineapple product which has caught
the trade and the public It is going rapidly
profitably and repeats again and again
You can find it at Temples Everybody knows
if its something new and good you find it first
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Your Holiday Advertising Can
FORMER PRESIDENT BONNILLA
OF HONDURAS IS LEADING A
BAND OF v REVOLUTIONISTS
SEVERAL TOWNS TAKEN
Herald Special
San Juan Del Sur Nicaragua Nov
29 Revolutionists under former Pres
ident Bonnilla are reported to have
captured several ports on the Atlantic
side of Honduras according to ad
vices received here today It is stated
that federal troops sent to recapture
the ports joined the 1 evolutionists
against the government
iOEBOTOISHGTON
Mexican Revolutionist Seeks Recog
nition For His Cause From the
United States
Herald Special
St Louis Mo Nov 29 It is re
t
ported on good authority today that
Francisco I Madero has left Mexico
and is en route to Washington to
confer with his brother Gustavo Ma
dero and to seek recognition from the
United States government Gustavo
Madero was appointed confidential
agent for the revolutionists several
days ago but when he applied for rec
ognition he was notified that the
Washington government would recog
nize only the accredited Mexican am
bassador
Supreme Court of Oklahoma Today Is
sued Order Against Goverhor
In Bank Cases
Herald Special
Guthrie Okla Nov 29 The su
preme court of Oklahoma today issued
a mandamus against Governor Haskell
compelling him as chairman of the
state banking board to submit for in
vestigation all records and documents
of the Columbia State Bank and Trust
company of Oklahoma City and two
other Oklahoma institutions whose
failure a year ago aggregated 5000
000 and caused a big sensation in the
state and throughout the southwest
MADERO UNINJURED
And Is Planning to Strike Another
Blow at Mexican Government
San Antonio Texas Nov 28 That
Francisco I Madero is not only not
injured but that he is safe in the
Laguna district organizing his forces
is the news brought to his family by
a courier who conies direct from him
The man who is a native of Mexico
City though he has lived a number
of years in San Antonio says that Ma
dero is safe and well and is at pres
ent gathering his force near Laguna
in the Laguna district near Lerdo and
Parral This district lies in a fertile
valley surrounded entirely by moun
tains and the courier states that for
the present Madeio is safe since the
surrounding towns such as Lerdo
Parral and Torreon are friendly
Madeio was not wounded at any
time says the envoy and is constant
ly gathering allies to his standard
Among these are said to be high gov
ernment officials and a number of
wealthy young men from Vera Cruz
who have thrown in their lot with
Madero who declares his envoy is
confident of success In case the
worst conies to the worst though says
the courier who acknowledges he has
come on a mission though of the na
ture of which he will give no hint
Madero can always get out to the
Pacific coast and be out of danger
before he can be pounced upon by the
federal authorities
As far as the confiscation of the
Madero estates is concerned the cou
rier states Madero is not much con
cerned since the bulk of his interests
are in the hands of friendly Ameri
cans
How long the man who comes from
Madero will remain in San Antonio is
not known but he declares that he
will return to Mexico and to his
leader Francisco I Madeio just as
soon as he has completed his mission
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PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBFR 29 1910
Effective Thr
IsaWhat Judson Harmon Told Doctor
Woodrow Wilson Today Two
j Presidential Possibilities
irfFrankfort
governor today said to New Jerseys
governor Im very glad to meet you
Doctor and as they greeted each
other the hopeful democracy of Frank
fortpocking on professed to see in it
aj51Ifelike tableau of the next presi
dent and vice president shaking hands
While Governor Judson Harmon was
shaking hands with Dr Woodrow Wil
sort Governor Marshall of Indiana an
Bftl SwcaaiOvhopc ptcodvalosebyr
BOOIESSeEuOVERED
Herald Special
Ky Nov 29
Ohios
Thirteen Bodies Victims of the Jumbo
iMipe Explosion Have Been
Brought Out
Herald Special
Jumbo Okla Nov 29 Thirteen
bodies a tribute to Americas great
mining industry lie in a little rough
lumber shack of the Choctaw Asphalt
company The improvised morgue
will today be given over to the rela
tives of the dead after the state mine
inspectors and coroners shall have
made their reports Gertold Roberts
was unusually fortunate The rescuing
shift found him half unconscious two
hundred feet down the channel and
he is the only one of the fourteen
buried by the explosion who lives
today
List of Grand Jurors
The following compose the grand
jury now sitting in connection with
the winter term of district court
W H Kingsbury A E Kennedy
W H Black H L Cook J M Dabbs
J H Silliman P G Adams T S At
kinson T W Barton N P Bell H
H Glenn W F Williams
SUMMARYOF NEWS
LOCAL
Sherlock Holmes Jr is now strictly
on the job
i
Dode Fisk Shows are giving exhibi
tions here today j
The city commissioners were in ses
sion Monday afternoon
Interesting song service at Grace
Methodist church Sunday night
Board of Directors of Organized Char
ities elect officers for coming year
GENERAL
Revolutionists are again active in
Honduras
Count Tolstois coachman suicided on
the grave of his friend
Madero Mexican revolutionist report
ed en route to Washington
National conference of governors at
Frankfort Ky opened today
Young girl placed on trial at Cam
bridge Mass charged with murder
Oklahoma supreme court issued man
damus against Haskell in bank
cases
Thirteen dead bodies have been re
moved from the mine of the Choc
taw Asphalt Co at Jumbo Okla
COUNT TOLSTOIS COACHMAN
< 1AYS DOWN AT FOOT OP AU
THORS GRAVE AND SLOWLY
BLED TO DEATH
Jj Herald Special
Berlin Nov 29 Lying on Count
Tolstois grave at the foot of Poverty
OaK at YasnaSa Polyana the authors
coachman who aided his master in
hisflight which ended in death open
edHhe veins of his wrists and slowly
bled to death His dead body was
found today
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More Census Figures
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Washington D C
census of Nebraska is announced
day at 1192214 an increase of 118
percent Duluth Minn is given 7S
466 an increase of 481 per cent
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Herald Special
Nov
29 The
to
15 CTS A WEEK
vertisemsnts
THAT SATISF
Are the kind you want
They are satisfactory in quality workmanship
style and fit
Above all They Satisfy in Price
If we furnish yourwinter apparel you will pay
less and dress better
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We Have an Unusual
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Everything that heart could wish andpresents for everyone
A fine line of Toys for the little < tots
A large and splendid assortment of the best Candies
Fruits fresh from every clime Nuts from every land
All sorts of Fire Works and a great assortment many
new novelties
You cannot afford to pass this store for it is Santa Claus
Headquarters
Then you must not forget that this is the home of Good
Groceries at right nrices You cannot buy better and yo u
dont beat the price
Give us a trial and you will repeat the visit It is a habit
we have pleasing our customers
A EB JACKSON
204 Hain Street
CT THE NEWEST
STYLES TODAY
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Shirts that are variously indivi
dual that each man may choose
collars that fit vests that are
novelties and hats that are the
style is what youll find here
plus the best quality and the most
reasonable price
Ties 25 Cents and Up
Shirts 100 aud Up
Fancy Vests 250 and Up
Hats 200 and Up
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