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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, February 08, 1910, Image 2

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James Watson Webb and Miss Electra
Havemeyer of New York Were
Married Today
f Herald Special
New York Feb S St Bartholo
mews church vas crowded with the
wealth and fashion of Xew York this
afternoon at the wedding of Hiss
Electra Havemejer daughter of Mrs
Henry O Havemeyer and James Wat
son Webb eldest son of Dr and Mrs
W Sewaid Webb The ceremony
was performed by the rector of the
church the Rev Dr Leighton Parks
who was assisted by Dr Herber New
ton and Dr Peabody of Croton
Miss Louise Jackson a cousin of
the bride was the maid of honor and
the four bridesmaids weie the Misses
Anita Peabody Margaret Dix Ethel
Cowdin and Katherin Atterbury The
groom was attended by his brother
W Seward Webb Jr who acted as
best man and met the bride at the
chancel steps The ushers were
Messrs Vandorliilt Webb Robert
Bacon Jr Joseph Burden John Hig
ginsoh Jr George Whitney Howard
Roome Whitney Kernochan Ernest
Tracey and GordonAbbott
The bride wore a French gown of
white satin with long train and cov
oral with point lace Her veil was of
old point lace and sho carried a bou
quet of bride roses and lilies of the
valley After the ceremony the
bridal party and intimate friends were
taken in carriages to the Havemeyer
residence in East Sixtysixtli street
where an elaborate wedding breakfast
was served
The bride is well hnown in society
She made her debut three years ago
but has not been out since the death
of her father two years ago When
she attained her twentyfirst year last
fall she came into possession of a
large sharo of the millions left by
her father who was the head of the
great sugar lefineries of Havemeyer
and Elder
J Watson AVobb the bridegroom is
a namesake of his grandfather the
late General J Watson Webb Heis
also a grandson of the late Mr and
Mis William H Vanderbilt his moth
er having been Miss Lila Vanderbilt
Mr Webb was graduated from Yale in
1907 and soon afterward went to Mil
wakee to gain a practical knowledge
of railroading in the offices and shops
of the Chicago and Noithwestern rail
Meeting of Laymen
Herald Special
Jackson Miss Feb 8 Jackson ex
tended a cordial welcome to the hun
Our Silent
Oyster Salesman
This is the cleanly white and
blue poicelain Sealshipticase
from which wo sell SI3AL
SHIPT OYSTERS at our store
No ice or water ever touches
the ojstcrs
It is he final step in the
Sealshipt System which makes
it possible for us to furnish our >
customers with oysters which
taste exactly the same heie as
when eaten on the hhore They
are film tempting delicious
morsels of sea food
Have the tang of the sea
You will be sui prised when
you see Soalsliipt Oyslers More
sui in iscd anil delighted when
you tasle them
In buying Sealshipt Oysters
remember that there is no
liquor nothing but solid
meat Tiie liquor is what
spoils common oysters It is
melted raihoad ice
If you ordinalily buy oysters
by the quait get only a pint of
Cyme inlo oui store and se
our silent salesman While here
ask for a copy of our book
Seaside Oyster Dishes It
gives many shore recipes
vrHONE 403
city from many points today for tho
opening of the big state convention in
aid of the Laymens Missionary Move
ment The convention program ex
tends over a period of three days and
provides for addresses by a number of
churchmen and other religious work
ers of wide prominence
If You Want to Buy Your Meats
from the most sanitary shop in the
city all you have to do
elude with
is to just ensey 0inlaed district bounded by
phone 145 The Old Town Mancet
peI MoU aml Doyor sUeets wn b
and you will get strictly clean meats
Ue scene oE numerous social festiv
of best quality at reasonable rates
practically suspended and even the
rival and warlike tongs will observe
ial attention to C O D orders Dont
forget Phone No 145
J G Scarborough Prop
Estimated That Fifty Thousand Vis
itors Are Attending the New
Orleans Mardi Gras
CHerald special
New Orleans La Feb S It is es
timated that more than fifty thousand
visitors from various parts of the
United States Canada and Mexico vied
with the lesidents of New Orleans to
day in getting their full of mirth and
pleasure on the final and most im
portant day of the Mardi Gras carni
val The parade of Rex the spectacu
lar feature of the day proceeded
through gaily decorated streets that
were literally congested with human
ity The crowd was estimated by
railroad officials and others to be one
of the largest seen here in recent
years Tonight the festivities con
Notice to the Public
W II Seymour an experienced fac
tory workman offeis his services to
all owners of pianos for guaranteed
tuning and repairing Phone 2S1 or
Schreiner Music company 141 m
Appel the tailor has opened a
work room over the Palestine Nation
al Bank and solicits the patronage of
his friends He will make new
clothes or remake your old ones
Phone No 66E 3U
Chinese New Year Begins Tonight
Residents of New York Will
Enjoy Holidays A
Herald Sperlal1
New York Feb S The Chinese
new year begins tonight and for two
weeks at least the picturesque and
ties among the almondeyed denizens
Prompt delivery all over city Spec the time bdl business will be
a temporary truce In every oriental
household the festal boautMvill remain
spread and all callers will be made
welcome The Chinamen will visit
each other and whenever they meet
they will salute with the remark
Gong He Fat Toy meaning a hap
py new year <
Chinatown has made elaborate tprepJ
arations for ushering in the holiday at
midnight The business places are
ablaze with decoiations of the favor
ite color of the celestials the reddest
sort of red Bales of red piayer slips
have been prepared to appease the
gods Near the midnight hour in
cense isbinned in the joss house and
in the dwellings to drive away s an
htiay evil spirit that may he lurking
about the piemises After the evil
ones have taken flight more inceriseStiiyvesant Fish and others equally
is burned as a welcome to the ne wjjwell known has arranged for the tes
year Then comes the feasting whichjftimonial which is to he national in
continufs piactically for twentyfourgjatscharacter and intended to express
hours without a hrealw Rice winejCthe admiration and respect that the
pteserved ginger nuts and other lx whole country feels for the discoveier
uries impoited from the Flowery King of the North Pole Commander Peary
dom are consumed in large quantities will deliver his lectine and will re
rons we have ever had be
Watch This Space
Yours very truly
Hodges < Dry Goods Co
the customary masque
Paris Not In Mood For Mirth
Herald Special
Paris Feb 8 For the first time
within a generation there was no
Mardi Gias carnival in the French me
tropolis today In all the churches
Shrove Tuesday was observed with
special services of thanksgiving but
all of the carnival parades and fes
tivities customary in the past wore by
popular consent abandoned because of
the recent flood disasters
In Session In Detroit
Hprald Special >
Detroit Mich Feb S Delegates
fioni many parts of tho United States
and Canada are attending the interna
tional convention of master house
painteis and decorators which began
in this city today A number of ques
tions of importance to the craft are
slated for discussion dining the four
days that the convention will remain
in session
For Headache Hicks Capudlne
Whether for Colds Heat Stomach
or Nervous Troubles Capudlne will
relieve you Its liquid pleasant to
take acts Immediately Try It 10c
25c and COc at drug stores
in the com so of tho celebration To
moriow all debts of the old jear will
be made and there will he an inter
change of presents among friends and
acquaintances Those who are to
give each other a piesent aie told the
cost of it and to give a cheaper pres
ent than tho one received is an tin
paidonahle rudeness in the eyes of
John Chinaman
It Is Unnecessary to Suffer This Ter
rible Trouble
Keen toiture is the everyday lot of
the suffeier fiom piles
And yet that suffering is needless
Iliattou Ding Co Palestine Texas
will sell you Ileni Roid and later io
tmn j our money if it fails
We have sold HemRoid that way
for two or three jeais and lefunds
asked have been less than per cent
We therefoie leconunend it with con
IlemRoid is an internal lemedy the
piescription or Di 1 S Iioiihaidt 1
for laige bottle Dr Leonhaidt Co
Station P Murrain X Y Write for
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVI3 IillOMO Quinine
Tablets Druggists rofund money if it
fails to cure R W GROVES signa
tuie is on each box 25 cants
Ice Races at Toronto
Toronto Out Feb 8 What prom
ises to be one of the most notable ice
lace meetings eer held in Toionto
will open toniouow under the au
spices or the Dufrorin Driving Club
The host ciicuit ice racers of the year
aie heie to paitlcipale in the meeting
which will continue thieo days A
distanco race at tureo miles is to be
i i MiMi
the chief feat of the piogram
Purses aggre ating 31 WO will be dis
tributed amoi the winning owners
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Professors at the Southwest Texas
Normal have dscov red the appioach
of Halleys comet Small telescopes
were usetl
An attempt was made to assassinate
the roreman of the dry kiln of the
MilierLink Lumber company at
The grand lodge Knights of Pythias
will meet in Beaumont April 2
The investigation of penitentiary af
fairs has worked much reform
S B Cooper of Beaumont will ask
to succeed Judge Bryant on the fed
oral bench
Committee Which Includes In Its
Membership Many Wealthy Men
Will Honor the Explorer
I Herald SpeMil
New York Feb S In the Metro
politan Opera House tonight Com
mander Robert E Peaiy is to receive
the most notable tribute ever accorded
him in his long and brilliant caieer
A comniittee which includes in its
membership Andiew Carnegie Henry
fa Frick Seth Low Henry Clews
Opening new goods boughijbyii
Mr D M Hodges in the
ern markets We will have
the largest and best assorted
1 r
stock in all departments
coming season to show o
< = r
eive in leturn a purse of 10000 do
lated by his admirers Governor
lughes has accepted an invitation to
leliver the speech accompanying tho
indentation of the purse
I i
Think of it After six years or sour
stomach or gas eiuctations of ner
vousness during which time every
nieil lay on his stomach like a lump
of lead a man was lestored to perfect
health by Mioni stomach tablets
I Read what Mr Ilofrnian laudloid
of tho Webster Hotel writes
I suffried miseiy and intense pains
from stomach tumbles for over six
years and all the doctoring that I did
or medicine I used weie of no avail
until about two jeais ago when I
used a tieatment ot Mi ona The first
few days tieatment helped me gieatly
aod upon using it a while I was made
enthely fiee from any stomach trou
ble or complaints whatever Since the
core bv Miona I have legained m >
weight I eal and sleep well a ill nevei
nfivous anil m > entile geneial health
if much bettei Max M Hoffman
Webster X Y Aug 2 1I0I
jMio na relieves stomach distiess in
five minutes It acts like magic II
is glial anteed to cure soin stomach
gas eructations heartburn dizziness
mil neivousness oi
Foi sile In diiiggists
eerjwhere and ti > Illation Drug Co
fof 50 cents i lirtp bo
money had
nres entailii or mil y back Jus
iiiithoitiu Completeoutlit including
jiialerl Eitra bottles COc Drr gists
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The Modern Way
We are well equipped to do your cleaning
and pressing We Frenchdry clean and
steam press every thing Clothing that are
preessed with our steam presser are perfect
ly sanitary We are well equipped to do all
kinds of alteration for ladies and gentle
men Just phone 535 and our delivery
boy will call for and deliver your clothes
Merchant Tailors
The Red Front in front of Grand Leader
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a MM Emm mm
to have careless workmen
install imperfect plumbing
materials in your home
store or shop so many
things are apt to happen to
make such damage that re
pairing and replacing will
cost far more than the dif
ference in cost between
first class and second class
plumbing See us about
the high class kind
STORE Cor N Jackson and Lacy Sts
Is the place for Staple and Fancy Groceries in
cluding full line of Fruits Candies anLNiils i
Keeps all popular brands of Tobacco and Cigars
Eat anything you want if youve got the moriejf
Clarirette soap per case S350
Starch 50 pound box 225
Bran per sack i 60
Chops per sack 160
If you want fancy groceries in sufficient quanti
ties to last a mocking bird 2 meals
will save you money
Plumbing ana Tinning
All kinds of repair tin and sheet iron work Stoves
repaired and set up and flues cleaned out Give us
your work and have it done right
Shop Corner of Oak and JohnStreets
Made Any Time Day or
Night Kain or Shine
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Unformantad Grooojulco lorCdnnua
Ion Furpooai > nd Sick Chaabar i
Old Port Wlno3 years old SlDOpei al Sherry Wine 1
Table Claret JID0 par aalj
years old SUW per gal Good
Pino Old Dlaolcborry WinBbesttnthomarket TnosowinBi
have taken nrst In
Dallas Houston and Han An
tonio for many years and are guaranteed to ba pare Ine
ery respoot Jogs found and wlnet delivered to any part of
heolty freeofoharro
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