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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, December 22, 1910, Image 1

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And with tbtal resources of more than
75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
SUGGESTIONS
Majestic Ranges t
Garland Stoves
Wilson Heaters
Alluminum Cooking Utensils
Phonographs
i Phonograph Records
Set China Dishes
s rMJ Chamber Sets
Carving Sets
Silver Knives Forks and Spoons
Pocket Knives pearl stag and
aluminum handles
Guns Rifles Air Rifles
Hunting Coats Hats and Caps
Glassware Pitchers Bowls
Come and Look Over Our Stock
We Can Please You
PALESTINE TEXAS THURSDAY
AFTERNOON DECEMBER 22 1M10
Palestine Hardware
GoBnpany
A FIRE ALA
Often calls to mind to many people the fact that they are not
insured as they should be But it io 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
you 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
nave many good things on hand and can help you make selection
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Office Robinson Bros jBank Phone 103
There Is No End to the Great Road
You can only advance toward perfection You can never reach it
Real ambition is insatiable It is a flame to be fed with fresh fuel
every day So it is with the grocery business We are adding
daily a fresh lot of staple and fancy groceries to our already well
assorted stock making it as nearly perfect as you will find any
where We would appecjate a call from you to see our line of
fresh fruits nuts dill pickles cahdied fruits and the finest line of
bottled and canned goods ever on display in Palestine
UNO S TEMPLE
THE RETAIL GROCER
Fire Chief James Horan and Many of His
Men Perished in a Fire Which
Destroyed Packing Plant
Herald Special
Chicago Dec 22 Stifled by anionia
fumes and crushed by falling walls
Chicagos fire chief James Horan and
his assistant William Burroughs and
a number of fiiemen variously esth
matedat from twenty to thirty per
ished here today when fire destroyed
the fourstory beef storage building
of the Nelson Morris Company with
a loss of more than 000000
Captain Patrick Collins and Dennis
Doyle were also killed How deathi
came to Chief Horan and his fire
fighters is told by Lieutenant Mackey
driver for the dead chief who suf
fered a broken leg and who saw clear
ly how the men died
Inside the building said Mackey
a number of men were fighting the
flames and on the outside the cfyief
and I were talking Suddenly there
was d terrific explosion and the
whole roof near us blew off and the
walls around us began falling burying
a score of men I saw Horan go
down under the ruins and I was blown
against a freight car I was dragged
Two Were Killed a
and Ten Injured
In Train Collision
tHerald Special
New York Dec 22 In a rearend
collision of a freight and passenger
train on the New York and Trenton
branch of the Pennsjlvania railroad
near Millstone Junction New Jersey
this morning Fireman P J Knox
and Brakeman J H Monham were
instantly killed and ten passengers
were injured
10
FOR IHE PRESIDENCY
Herald Special
Columbus Ohio Dec 22 The first
democratic club incorporated for the
purpose of booming Judson Harmon
for nomination and election to the
presidency of the United States in
1912 took out its papers today
The club will be known as the
Harmon Club of Cayahoga County
with headquarters at Cleveland
District Court
John Fletcher charged with mur
der is still on trial in the district
couit testimony being taken
Rehearsal Postponed
On account of the inclement weath
er and sickness the rehearsal of the
cantata Esther announced for tonight
has been postponed
outside of the danger line by res
cuers
The cause of the fire is unknown
The explosion followed fully an
hour after the alarm had been turned
in for the fire and apparently the
firemen had the fire under control
But the explosion gave the conflagra
tion a new start
Flames Are Spreading
Herald Special
Chicago Dec 22 At noon the
flames had spread to the great four
story tallow house owned by the
firm and adjoining the othei build
ing and threatens to destroy the
whole plant
j Seven bodies have been rescued so
far Fire Marshal Butler after tak
ing a census of the firemen on dutj
says the death list will not be less
than thirty men Practically all of
the firefighting apparatus of the city
is on the scene
Edward Morris Head of the big
packing concern watched the flames
as they devoured the property and
expressed great grief when told of the
fatalities
Gifts Are Coming
For Relatives of
the Mine Victims
Herald Special
Manchester Eng Dec 22 When
within eighty yards of the center of
the Pretoria mine at Leigh where
the disastrous explosion and fire oc
curied yesterday rescuers were today
forced to abandon their labors owing
to the fumes encountered
It is believed there are at least two
hundred bodies piled in the center of
the mine Gifts of money and cloth
ing for the families of the victims
are pouring into Leigh today
SUMMARYOF NEWS
LOCAL
Trouble between carmen and railroad
company adjusted
Rev J C Oehier contiibutes an ar
ticle on propel Christmas observ
ance
GENERAL
Gifts for relatives of mine victim pour
into Leigh England
Eighteen firemen and policemen are
dead as result of Philadelphia fire
English army officers found guilty of
syping on German fortifications and
sentenced to prison
Wreck on Pennsylvania railroad near
Millstone Junction N J results in
death of two people
Beef storage plant of Nelson Morris
Packing company Chicago destroy
ed by fire with heavy loss of life
Herald Special
Philadelphia Dec 22 Eighteen of
the citys firemen and policemen are
known to be dead and a score are in
the hospitals some injured fatallv
while six others are missing as tlje
result of the fire which destroyed tjle
David Frledlander leather factory dur
i
ing last night
The fire is still burning today and
the smoke gieatly handicaps the army
of rescue workers trying to search the
ruins for those believed to be still
under the wreckage
It is still believed the fire was of
incendiary origin and a rigid investi
gation Is to be made by Coroner Eord
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ovisions Clothing
That are Practical and Useful
Hens Bath Robes Smoking Jackets Fancy
Vests Silk Reefer Hufflers Alaska flufflers
Silk and Linen Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Sus
penders in fancy boxes Ties and Sox to match
in fancy boxes Pure Silk Sox Holeproof Sox
Silk Umbrellas Laundry Bags Traveling Sets
Tie Rings Kid Gloves Fine Silk Neckwear in
boxes Cuff Buttons Stick Pins etc
We are sure to have just the article u are looking
for and will appreciate showing you
Just as Usual
We Have an Unus
Holiday iocR
Everything that heart could wish and presents for everyone
A fine line of Toys for the little tots
A large and splendid assortment ofthe best Candies
Fruits fresh from every clime Nuts from every land
All sorts of Eire 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 prices You cannot buy better and you
dont beat the price
Give us a trial and you will repeat the visit It is a habit
we have pleasing our customers
A B JACKSON
204 Hain Street
Facts Are
Uibbmm Things
No one well informed
disputes the values that
are being shown by
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