Palestine Daily Herald (Palestine, Tex), Vol. 2, No. 261, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 5, 1904 Page: 1 of 4

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PALESTINE DAILY HERAL
VOLIINO 261
CAPITAL
Shareholders Liability
Security to Depositors
Men s Pat Colt Oxford
Sec the new Toes
Price 350 400 4505500
Ladies All Ptt Colt
Quite the thing ullages
Price 2 00
Dongola Pat Tip Low Heel
Price 200
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N R Royall President
J W Wiught VicePres Tuckkk Royall Cashier
IlAMPS0NGAKY YiccPrcs C W Hanks Assfc Cu > h
The large Capital of this bank its strong Financial Position
and its established reputation for Conservative Banking are
among the substantial advantages offered to present and pros-
pective patrons
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HOT WEATHER
WILL SOON BE WITH US
Comfort and Health are Above all other Con-
siderations We are Better Equipped than
y j Ever Before to Give you Both
And for the least money eyer known before troth too
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PALESTINE TEXAS THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 5 190i
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Child s Strap Slippers
Size to 8
Price 100
Same in S to 11 Price 125
Same in size 1112 to2 lf > 0
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Child s High Cut Patent
Leather or Dnngola
Size S to 11
Price 125 150 200
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Child s Bow Slippers
Pat Kid
Sizes s to 11 12
Price 125
Fatal Collision
On South ILnd
Conductor Frank Austin and Fireman Arm-
strong Killed Others Injured
Killed
CONDUCTOR FRANK AUS-
TIN
FIREMAN ARMSTRONG
Injured
CONDUCTOR JOE WOLFE
ENGINEER WILL MYERS
BRAKEMAN JNO BRYANT
This morning at 1120 a fatal
headon collision occurred be-
tween Phelps and Dodge on the
south end resulting in the death
of Conductor Frank Austin and
Fireman Armstrong and tile se-
rious injury of Engineer Will
Mers Brakeman John Bryant
and Conductor Joe Wolfe
But meagre details could be had
as the Western Union wires were
down but it is learned the col-
lision was between freight No 51
High Fiye Club
Miss Bertha Weiss was given a
pleasant surprise hist evening by
the High Five Club it being Miss
Weiss birthday
The game of high five was
played dancing was indulged in
and the guests were treated to dc
icious refreshments
Mias Stella Davis was winner of
the head prize a VcrrJjyindsome
present
Osteopalhy fa
treating measles pn M otk afd oWier
kindred affections
south bound and a light engine
going north It is also reported
the freight had orders to meet this
engine at Dodge but from some
cause failed to obey orders
Conductor Vinyard on the
northbound Worlds Fair Flyer
telegraphed to local conductors
to arrange to meet the body of
Conductor Austin which will be
brought in on that train
Conductor Austin lived on Lacy
street and leaves a wife and one
child
Jb ireman Armstrong was a sin-
gle man and boarded at the Gal-
veston House
Itfcwas impossible up to press
hourto get further particulars of
the injured
The wreck is reported a very
serious one
More Trouble
The familiar countenance of
I G N conductors formerly
with this division but lately on
the Fort Worth division are to
be seen on our streets They
havebcen let out over there and
they claim by procceedings ir-
regular Mild protests are heard
irailfowImcirt jftHUl trouble
peffhen
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Men s Vici Oxfords on the neu Toe as above
Price S250 to 350
Our Stock of Jints Shoes wellknown makes
ami all the best styles
1 50 200 250 3 00350 to boo
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Misses 1 Pat Kid Shoes
Quite New and Stylish
Price 150 to 200
That Is certainly air In tht m and saf o for yon
Will others do as much Ask and see
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Childs Roman Sandals
size 2 12 to 5
Price 85 Cents
Same in o to S 110
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Child s Welt Oxford
Sies S to 11
Price 150
Same 11 12 to 2 200
Every Shoe in Our Store You Will Find to be Correct and all New
GRAHAM BROTHERS
Hardware
Grocery Co
10 Cents a Week
The Heralds Circulation is Equal to That of All Other Palestine Papers Combined
THE
Royall National Bank
= OF PALESTINE
I i i i i i i i i i JLJ J LJ i i i i I mi
There May be a Paint as Good as the
Horse Shoe
Brand
But you cant be sure till yon know whats in it
Mystery in paint is generally a substitute forqual
ity Its safost to know The manufactur-
ers of the Horse Shoe Brand givo the com-
position a strong guarantee of purity and
chemical analysis in PROOF of it
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CITY HALL
Monday Evening May 16th
D Hope Leonards Spectacular
Operetta
ALICE IN
WONDERLAND
BENEFIT
Confederate Wives andWidows IIqnie
GSt Cast S clotuf 5fl50l
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The Celebrated Turnover Shoe
The best we know of to be had here
Price 5 oo 6 00
Dongola Low Heel Stock Tip
Price 250
Ladies Dongola Pat Tip
Military Heel sizes 2 12 to h
Price 150
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Hamilton, W. M. & Hamilton, H. V., Jr. Palestine Daily Herald (Palestine, Tex), Vol. 2, No. 261, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 5, 1904, newspaper, May 5, 1904; Palestine, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth67566/m1/1/ocr/: accessed December 4, 2016), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .