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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, July 23, 1910, Image 3

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son to Mr A J Sewell of Mart on
rednesdayevening July 20th 1910
it 630 oclock presented a beautiful
lome scene The Watson home on
May street was beautifully adorned
for the sweet bride Her colors were
artiite and gold and her favorite flow
ers daisies thesewere in every avail
able place and seemed like stars
peeping through with their golden
centers The bay window of the
front parlor formed the marriage
altar A large arch of smilax and
daisies with ferns and pot plants in
the background was a pretty picture
t the wedding hour Rev Jas Kilgore
of the ilethodist church stood just in
ide the arch awaiting the brides
coming Mr Sewell attended by his
best man Mr Fotion Park of Mart
entered Joining the minister and
awaiting his bride Miss Jewel Du
bose at the piano Miss Frankie Mob
ley violinist accompanied Miss Allee
Patrick in the hndal song All For
fou Miss Patrick never sang
sweeter and as the sweet notes faded
away Mendelssohns wedding march
began and the bridal train came
gracefully down the stairs The mat
ron of honor sister of the bride Mrs
3ad Williams gowned in yellow mes
sallne draped in gold lace carrying an
irm bouquet of daisies led followed
by Miss Vivian Watson sister of the
bride in beautiful lingerie gown car
rying daisies then the little sister
21eanor as flower girl scattering
daisies as she came The bride follow
ed escorted by her father and she
vas as beautiful as a dream in white
satin en train draped in lace with
bridal veil and bandeau of pearls
arrying an arm bouquet of brides
oses and maiden hair ferns Rev
Cilgore gave the beautiful ceremony
Miss Duhose playing softly all the
vhile Spring Song After congratu
Mions all were invited to the beau
lful dining roqm where Mr Park
oest man read numbers of telegrams
congratulations fromall over the
ter states The attention
was next drawn to the
table whoTertfeetrrtcfiiS cake
the center piece It was a
arge heartshaped mystery box all in
vhite crepe paper surrounded by
laisies with numberless streamers
loating from it Each guest plucked
daisy drawing from the box a
arge slice of cake in an envelope
vrapped in the fortune of each Miss
Sadie Ash drew the envelope contain
ng the ring Miss Mattie Cad Gardner
Irew the needle Miss Willie Pearl
Jardner drew the dime After the
aeautiful cake had vanished the wed
ling repast followed consisting of in
lividual hearts of delicious cake and
ream with a daisy on each cover
unch was served throughout the cve
ling by Misses Mattie Cad Gardner
md Terese Keelan of Huntsville
tfiss Sadie Ash had charge of the
egister all present writing their
iames in the beautiful book After
while the bride disappeared return
ng ready for the wedding trip gown
id In a handsome tan shantung suit
n suite As she came down the
italrs she threw her bouquet all
eaching to catch it It fell on Miss
llee Patrick and she submits to her
ate Goodbyes were said and the
lappy pair left followed by rice old
hoes and the dearest love and best
fishes that friends and loed ones
an give They will visit San An
onio and McGregor the latter place
he home of Mr Sewells parents
Jeturning to Mart they will establish
ousekeeping where the home is
waiting them furnished throughout
LUZIANNE
COFFEE
Good with mki delici
ous with pure sweet
cream Blends perfect
jywith either losing
nojjart of its flavor
Its guaranteed to
jilease Try it
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MRS CADDIE WINSTON HERRING TON
111 Erwin Street Phone 426
Wedding j
The wedding o Miss Mabel Claire
laughter of Mr and Mrs J P Wat
The bride is one of Palestines favor
ite daughters and has had beautiful
showers of love and gifts from her
friends
Garden Patry
Mrs J F Wolff entertained Thurs
day evening with a garden party in
honor of Miss Kathryn Adams of
Jacksonville and Miss Emma Blan
ton of this city The front porch was
beautifully arranged for a muiscal
program the piano was decorated in
cut flowers and pink and blue crepe
paper furnished the color scheme
everywhere Japanese lanterns of
blue and pink gave light to the lawn
and porch the moonlight was de
lightful also An interesting pro
gram was rendered A praphophone
also furnished music all evening De
licious refreshments were served and
a happy evening passed Mrs Wolff
was assisted by her honorees and
Misses Pearl Taylor and Emma Bow
en in entertaining
Elkhart Party
Judge and Mrs B H Gardner Mrs
Roy Sewell Howard Gardner and
Mr and Mrs J M Kerr of Corsicana
formed a party for Elkhart Thursday
Mr and Mrs Kerr were honored
guests
A Days Outing
Judge and Mrs N B Morris chap
eroned the following party to Elkhart
yesterday for a days outing Miss
Marguerite Morris and her guest
Miss Bramlett of Bonham Messrs
Harry Myers and Joe Ranson They
were also joined by Judge Felix Mc
Cord of Tyler
Surprise Party
On Thursday evening the Philathea
and Baraca classes of the Centenary
M E Sunday school of which Mr
and Mrs Lucius Gooch are teachers
surprised the Gooch household and
teir guests Misses Huffmaster of
Galveston and Donnan of Austn and
Mr Hu Huffmaster of Houston with
a beautiful party Music and games
were enjoyed and later delicious re
freshments as favor of the classes
Centenary Methodist Church
Mr Hu Huffmaster of Houston will
sing at the Centenary Methodist
church tomorrow morning The Nine
ty and Nine by Campion This will
be a rare treat to all hearing this
beautiful song and by this exception
ally fine artist
Hurricane Season Close at Hand
New Orleans La July 22 Now is
the West Indian hurricane season or
the time of year which the weather
bureau designates the period of
maximum frequency for gulf storms
As the season approaches extra pre
cautions are being taken in the mat
ter of arranging for prompt and ef
ficient storm warning service along
the Gulf coast
Under direction of Chief Willi
Moore of the United States weather
bureau stations along the gulf coast
this year will not only use the mails
tflegraph and telephone but will en
list swift tugs and mounted messen
gers to convey warnings to remote
points
She Laughed at a Joke
New York July 22 Mrs Cecelia
Goldberg a bride of a few days gave
a birthday partly last night and
laughted so heartily at a joke told by
her husband that she dislocated her
jaw Her husband after several vain
i tempts to remedy the trouble called
a policeman who in turn summoned
an ambulance surgeon It required
three hours work to set the Injured
member The police failed to report
ivhat the joke was
The Square Deal Grocery
Wash ngton July 22 As a means
f raising funds with which to erect a
ew church here the congregation of
ihe Second M E church will operate
a grocery store The congregation
has purchased a store and the pastor
Rev Wm Hogan has been put in
charge Jhe name has been changer1
to The Square Deal Grocery
If you have no appetite for your
meals something is wrong with your
digestion liver or bowels Prickly
sh Bitters cleanses and strengthens
the stomach purifies the bowels and
> reates appetite vigor and cheerful
ifss Bratton Drug Co Special
Agents
Just Received
First shipment of Arkansas apples
for eating or cooking Very excel
lent quality for either
222t W H Smith
r iinTaiTiiliwnr
TEXAS FARMERS
Will Meet at College Station July 26
27 and 28
College Station July 22 Prepara
tions for the meeting of the Farmers
Congress have commenced at the Ag
ricultural and Mechanical College
and Captain C O Watkins superin
tendent of buildings has a force of
men at work getting things in shape
for the occupancy of the dormitories
by the large number who are expect
ed Professor D W Spence will have
charge of the assignment of quarters
and following the custom he inaugu
rated last year he will arrange it so
the swine breeders will be together
the corn growers together and so all
down the line for each section Com
fortable apartments will be provided
for the ladies who will attend
James Hayes Quarles has charge of
the arrangements for the press A
large room with plenty of tables and
chairs will be arranged for the news
paper workers and there will be cour
tesies for all editorial department
representatives who will attend
This year there is rapid transit be
tween Bryan and the Agricultural and
Mechanical College The interurban
line between the college and the town
a distance of five miles will operate
a half hour service between the ter
minals so as to give all who want to
visit Bryan an opportunity to do so
This interurban will also result in
more Bryan people visiting the Farm
ers Congress than heretofore
The congress will be larger this
year than ever before There will be
a meeting of county school superin
tendents this year which is a new
thing In the Farmers Congress work
Traffic Demoralized
Montreal July 22 Traffic on the
Grand Trunk is somewhat demoral
ized as a result of the strike of con
ductors and trainmen President C
M Hays is bending every effort to
settle the differences with the men
It has been reported that President
Hays was due to be given a title by
the government for his conduct of the
roads business in the past The
strike may somewhat delay the ad
ding of sir to his name While an
American Mr Hays has won the con
fidence of the English and Canadian
directors of the Grand Trunk system
Sign Causes Arrest
Cleveland O July 22 Because he
placed in the window of his saloon a
sign reading This is John D s Place
John D Schnapps was arrested yes
terday The complaint was filed by
Frank F Marmann who says hejs a
friend of John D Rockefeller Mar
mann says Mr Rockefeller is known
as John D and he asked what the
oil mans Sunday school pupils would
say if they chanced to pass the saloon
and saw that sign Schnapps argues
as his name is John D he has a per
fect right to use it on his sign
Enameled Iron Ware Trust Alleg d
Washington July 22 Sixteen con
cerns are manufacuring sanitary en
ameled iron ware and the officers lo
cated in the states were proceeded
against today by the department of
justice in a bill in equity filed against
them at Baltimore Md under the
Sherman antitrust law The con
cerns are charged with being a com
bination in restraint of trade it is
said to control S5 per cent of the
output of bowls bath tubs lavatories
drinking fountains and other sanitary
enameled iron ware
To the Public
Having bought out the interest of
A B Hodges in the grocery business
I desire to thank our many customers
and friends for their liberal patron
age I shall continue the business in
the future as in the past handling
nothing but the best of everything to
eat Give me your next order
718tf P W Walker
Cotton In the Lead
Washington July 22 Cotton cop
per illuminating oil and wheat these
are the articles in the order named
which formed the most important ar
ticles exported from the United
States during the fiscal year just
closed The value of cotton exported
was 450000000 copper 83500000
illuminating oil 02500000 and wheat
47000000
To the Defeated Candidates
Please call at the Singer Sewing
Machine Store We want more sales
men and collectors No trouble to
make good honest money with us
W R Crawford
22St Managing Salesman
Labor Federation Meeting
St Louis July 22 The date for the
opening of the annual convention of
the American Federation of Labor
here has been announced for Monday
November 1 by President Samuel
Gompers
Pasture Close In
Will take a few cows in at 75c a
nonth Fine pasture and plenty of
water Phone 577 for further Infor
mation 28U
NEGRO SHOT BODY BURNED
Swift Vengeance Followed Killing of
a Belton Constable
Beiton Texas July 22 Five hun
dred citizens headed by Sheriff D C
Burke surrounded a corn field at 330
this afternoon clsed in on the negro
Henry Gentry and shot him dead He
refused to surrender A rope was
then thrown around his neck and he
was dragged from hishiding loaded
on a wagon brought to Belton drag
ged nude around the public square
and burned in front of the court
house A mob of a thousand then at
tacked the jail to get his brother and
another negro Sheriff Burke guard
ed the jail while Hon Lon Curtis ap
pealed to the crowd to disperse as
the guilty negro was killed After
much persuasion the crowd left More
trouble is feared
Cardinal Gibbons Long Service
< Herald Special
Baltimore Md July 23 Many con
gratulatory messages were received at
the archiepiscopal residence today to
remind Cardinal Gibbons of his sev
entysixth birthday anniversary Plans
are already being discussed among
the clergy and laity of the arch
diocese for an elaborate celebration
next year of the fiftieth anniversary
of the ordination of his Eminence and
also the twentyfifth anniversary of
his elevation to the cardinalate
Missionaries on World Tour
I Herald Special
Cincinnati O July 23 Every
mission station of the world supported
by the Disciples of Christ denomina
tion will be visited by Secretary F
M Rains of the Christian Foreign
Missionary society and Mrs Rains
who will leave Cincinnati tomorrow
for a years tour of inspection Ha
waii Australia India China Ceylon
Japan the Philippines South Africa
Siberia and the various countries of
Europe will be visited
Army Tournament In New Stadium
Herald Special
Tacoma Wash July 23 Two thou
sand picked United States regulars
accompanied by four bands have
assembled in Tacoma In readiness for
the opening tomorrow of what prom
ises to be the greatest military tourn
ament ever held in the northwest
The drills will take place in the mag
nificent new public school stadium
The structure has a seating capacity
of thirty thousand and is the largest
of its kind in the country
Piano Tuning
ddyTexpert tuner will be
ty a few days I solicit any
g or tuning Leave orders at
the Keyhe Piano Co or Schreiners
Music House 27tf
Feed Cheap
400 sacks of Wheat Brau at 140
per sack 500 bales of choice alfalfa
hay at 60c per bale 2000 sacks of
cotton seed meal at 150 per sack
All for spot cash Geo A Wright tf
Racing Begins at Butte
Herald Special 1
Butte Mont July 23 This was the
opening day of the racing season at
the Butte Jockey Club track The
meeting which has the preliminary
promise of being one of the most suc
cessful ever held in this section will
continue until August 27
Cotton Selling at Fifteen Cents
Herald Special
San Antonio Texas July 23 Gins
in Southwest Texas are turning out
their first bales of cotton From 14
to 15 13 cents Is paid for ginned
staple and five cents for cotton in the
seed It is expected that the first
picking will be well under way In
another ten days
Have no automobile Order your
morning or dont kick Davis Meat
roast lu the evening or early in the
Market 312tf
M F Snyder fresco painter and
decorator church decorations a spec
ialty Estimates and designs furnish
ed Address Lock Box 781 City 6t
Bowdon Scruggs restaurant for
Club Sandwiches and Delgoda Chili
Phono 22 cltf
Phone 10C3 for the choicest of
pearhes tomatoes and blaekbenes
fresh picked every day 2tf
Let Kendall Wilson insure your
Horses Mules and Cattle 713lm
A Real Remedy
FOR COLDS GRIPP FEVERISHNES
AND ACHING
Hicks Capudino will do the work a
nothing else will It quickly banishes the
aching and feverishness and restore
normal conditions
Capudino also cures Headaches of all
kinds including sick or nervous head
aches and headaches caused by heat
cold gripp or stomach disorders
Capudlne is liquid easy and pleasant
to take acts immediately 10c 25c and
50c at drug stores
Assistant President of the
United States His Job
Cfrorlgitt 1310 tiy American Iyeas Awoclattan
To be assistant pieMueut ol the united States Is better thuu being private
secretary to the president This is the new job for Charles D Norton who
Is officially knuuu as secretary to Taft but is kuown among the politicians
and frieuds of Taft ab iisbistuut president
Mr Noiton who was an iiisurauce agent in Chicago a few years ago has
been assistant United States treasurer ntil he took up his new duties The
political lenders of tin Republican party advised President Taft according tof
Washington goMp that he needed a cood press agent a sort of an assistj
unt piesideiit v will see tlu > t you get an even break as one politicianjmt
it lhii N Mr juii ms job among other things and his friends declare ho
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I COME AROUND WHEPJ WE GET TO SETT8NS
TSSEfft UP
and sco the kind of folks that are hitching up and driving homo their MILD URNS
Youll be wanting a new wason yourself one of these days It ocght to be a
MILBURN We know it will be K you know the wagon It may cost yon a little more
baa others but its worth more than it costs
WATCH FGR OUR ANKGU4CElEaT
Were going to tell yonwben the car comes Come and see what a really cood
wagon looks like That will cost nothing May be youll want to hitch on and drive
one home That wont cost too much Dont be afraid ot terms You know our stand
Groceries Feed and Farm
Implements
Id Town Pal st n Tex
Akridge Wagnon o
y is it
that we always get the large
contracts
There must be a reason
We get over our share of JJthe
small contracts
But still we want yours
The largest or the smallest
jobs are treated with equal
consideration
YOURS TO PLEASE
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THE PLUMBERS
SATISFACTORY PHOTOGRAPHS
Made Any Time Da or
Night Rain or Shine
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Unform tzit dGrauo Juice forCommun
ton PiirpofieR and SicK Chamnsri i
Old Port Wine 3 yoara old 160 per al8horry Wine I
yoars old 150 par gal Good Table Claret 3100 p r cal
Fine Old 01aokb rry Wlnobostlnthomarket Thcoewlnes
have taken first premiums In Dallas Honoton and Ban An
tonio for many y < are and are enaranteod to bo pnro In t
erj rospoot Jncs fonnd and vtnet Jollyered lo any part ot
city frssorotarra
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