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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 27, 1910, Image 5

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Our Misses Coral and Garnett Oz
ment are the honorees of pretty af
fairs In Galveston
Mr and Mrs Neal Ramey of Gal
veston complimented Misses Coral
and Garnett Ozment of Palestine with
a bathing party at the Surf Tuesday
evening and a lovely lunch was
served afterwards The following
were in the party Misses Coral and
Garnett Ozment Mary Gary Mr
Henry A Hanna of Houston Messrs
Joe and John Wiley Mr and Mrs
Claud Garyand Mrs L W Mered th
Mrs > Jeal Ramey ot Galveston en
tertained Misses Coral and Garnet Oz
jnent of Palestine with a sixcourse
dinner Sunday at her home 1316 24th
street Covers were laid for five in
eluding the honorees Misses Ozment
Mrs Meredith and Mr and Mrs
amey
Mr and Mrs John D Hodson of
Tveston complimented Misses Coia i
I Garnett Ozment of Palestine with
auto drive Thursday evening The
lowing were in the party Mr and
1Irs rHoS5J27Tansseb Coral and Gar
nett Ozment Messrs Joe Wiley and
H Hanna of Houston
Morning Party
Mrs Frank and Miss Helen Markle
entertained a few friends informally
Wednesday morning At the noon
hour luncheon was enjoyed
Phibatchi Club
Miss Ellie Wiley entertained the
Phibatchi Club Friday morning in
honor of Misses Frances Parks and
Sophia Schoenfeld with five tables of
fortytwo At Ihe close of the morn
ing an elegant twocourse luncheon
was served The outoftown guests
were the honorees and Misses Grace
and Gladys Rafferty of Tyler
Complimentary
Mrs D L Ray of Fort Worth as
sisted by her mother Mrs Hutchin
son entertained Vesteiday afternoon
with four tables of five hundred com
plimentary to Miss Krausse of Hous
ton
Marriage
News comes to friends in Palestine
that Miss Jessie Greene formerly a
student of St Marys Academy was
married to Mr Sam Bender of Ar
kansas the marriage taking place at
Mena Ark Their home will he at
Wicks Ark The bride is well known
In Palestine and her friends wish the
very best of life for her and her hus
band
Prof and Mrs Walker King and
son John are enjoying an outing at
JElkhart fishing boating and resting
from town life
Mrs Henry Bryan and children
Bradford Clementine Henry and
Evangeline left this morning for their
home at Whaiton after a delightful
At Fountains Elsewhere
Ask for
HORLIOKS
The Original and Genuine
MALTED EVIILK
The Fooddrink for All Ages
At restaurants hotels and fountains
Jeu cious invigorating and sustaining
Keepwt jmyour sideboard at home
DonTRnyel without it
A quick lunch prepared in a minute
Take no imitatioBrJttSt say HORLKTS
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MRS CADDIE WINSTON HERRINGTON
111 Erwln Street Phone 426
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Kimono Party visit to her sisters Mesdanies T W
Just think of a part that you dont Trelford J M McMeans and Frank
have to dress up for these hot sum Naylor
mer days Isnt the thought refresh j
ing The Grace ladies of that church I Miss Johnson of the State College
put the thought into execution and of Columbus Mississippi is visiting
about thirty ladies responded to the
invitation to be present at a kimono
and sun bonnet party given at the
home of Mrs J J Odam on Louisiana
street Tuesday afternoon wth Mes
dames Wickersham and Adkins and
Miss Blanche McCrory to receive and
fine each lady not less than one or
more than ten pennies for not being
properly gowned in flowing loose
kimonos Suffice it to say that not
many fines were paid and all were
becomingly gowned positively at
tractive they were in pretty white and
soft hues A happier afternoon has
not been known by those present this
summer Joy and informality were
hand in hand At the close of the
afternoon delicious homemade cream
and cake were served It was purely
a social affair such as the Grace
iadies are famous for
I
Palestine Ladies Honored
Mrs T W Smith and Mrs H R
Moore Notwithstanding the intense
heat of the past ten days Mesdames
Moore and Smiths friends have enter
tained Miss Johnson royally with
breakfast luncheons and auto rides
and the remaining days are full cul
minating with two farewell affairs on
next Thursday Miss Johnson is very
much pleased with Texas and par
ticularly with Palestine She remark
ed especially upon the beauty and ele
gance of the affairs tendered her and
the hospitality and generosity with
which friends entertain the guests of
their friends
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
Democratic Executive Committee De
plores Death of Senator Stokes
Lufkin Texas Aug 18 1910
Hon I A Daniels Chairman of the
Thirteenth Senatorial District of
Texas
We your committee appointed by
your honorable body to draft suitable
resolutions on the death of the late
lamented C C Stokes senator from
this district who departed this life on
the 12th day of August 1910 beg leave
to submit the following report
Whereas it has pleased Almighty
God to take from the field of active
labor Hon C C Stokes lately state
senator from this the Thirteenth sen
atorial district of Texas in the prime
of his usefulness and vigor now
therefore be it
Resolved By the democratic execu
tive committee of this the Thirteenth
senatorial distuct of Texas in call
session at Lufkin Texas this the
18th day of August 1910
That for the past six years Senator
Stokes has served this district with
patriotic unswerving and selfsacrific
ing devotion and with rare skill and
ability That in his death the state
of Texas has lost a distinguished cit
izeh ancTthe democratic party a wise
counsellor and brilliant leader That
in private and in public life he was
faithful to every trust a devoted and
loving husband a true and upright
man an able lawyer and jurist
That a copy hereof be furnished to
the press and to the members of the
family of the deceased
Respectfully submitted
J 5 Stevenson
N R Phillips
W J Townsend Jr
Committee
Unanimously adopted by the demo
crativ evecutive committee Thirteenth
senatorial district
I A Daniels Chairman
R B Bledsoe Secretary
WEATHER FORECAST
Published By Authority of ths Secre
tary of Agriculture
For Palestine and vicinity until 7
p m Sunday Tonight and Sunday in
creasing cloudiness
Minimum temperature C8
Maximum temperature 84
Weather Conditions
The disturbance that was over the
New England states has passed out to
sea attended by rain along the North
Atlantic coast The barometer is rel
atively low over the South Atlantic
states and rain has occurred in that
section A storm of considerable in
tensity overlies the Rocky mountain
legion and the northern Plains states
Showers are reported in Louisiana
Tennessee and Utah There has been
a marked change to warmer weather
in the Rocky mountain district while
in the North Atalntic states it is much
cooler The weather is generally clear
nd slightly cooler in Texas this morn
ng Increased cloudiness is indicat
ed for this vicinity tonight and Sun
day
T R Taylor
Official in Charge
Wood Saw Notice
I have sold my wood sawing outfit
o Mr J R Cotton and take thla
lethod of thanking my many friends
ind patrons for the liberal patronage
riven me and ask that you patronize
Mr Cotton as you have me lie will
appreciate anything you do for him ing necessary This simple discovery
m this line and his services will be banishes uric acid from the blood
thoroughly satisfactory to you I loosens the stiffened joints purifies
Yours truly j the blood and brightens the eyes glv
J A Richardson I Ing elasticity and tone to the whole
Phone 1091 81618t system If the above interests you
tor proof address Mrs M Summers
Ho Combine Or Trust Herald want ads pay Box R Notre Dame lad
SB tsaasaoad aafatttt
FOR LABOR DAY NIGHT TO BOOST
PARK ELECTION BOARD OF
TRADE AND LABOR COUNCIL
WORKING IN HARMONY
The Board of Trade committee com
posed of Messrs Jno R Hearne G
H Tuiner J W Ozment D M
Hodges and H V Hamilton appoint
ed to arrange for a mass meeting and
rally to boost the park election met
last night and discussed the plans
very fully The only interest1 mem
bers of the committee have in the
matter is to see the city get the parks
offered And the subject was discuss
ed from this viewpoint Mr Hearne
was chairman of the committee and
invited an exchange of ideas as to a
program etc After a veiy full dis
cussion it was decided to hold the
rally on Labor Day night and make
the event in the natuie of a mass
meeting with speaking by a number
af men including professional busi
ness and laboring men The commit
tee is busy today securing speakers
and making other arrangements and
will be ready to make definite an
nouncements by Monday It is known
now that President R A Garner of
the Trades and Labor Council and
Mr Jno R Hearne of the Board of
Trade will be among the speakers
The rally will be held on Oak
street in front of the Gas offee
At the time the Board of Trade com
mittee was in session the Trades and
Labor Council was also in session and
fully indorsed the park proposition
and selected a committee of five com
posed of Messrs A M Cohen C O
Miller Dick Guinn W B Riley and
R A Garner to act with the Board
of Trade committee Members of the
two committees got together later in
the evening and consolidated inter
ests Full plans will be published not
later than Monday and efforts will be
made to have a great rally on the
night above suggested
COURT HOUSE NOTES
Deeds on File
R J Murry to Edward McCarty
450 conveys 910 interest in 140
acres of the S Bennett and 10 acres
of the J Millinder survey
C Hightower to Ed McCarty 200
conveys 15 interest in 140 acres of
the S Bennett and 10 acres of the J
Millinder survey
W E Lewis and wife to J WT
French S00 conveys 50 acres of the
M Woodard survey
C W Andrews and wife to Chas O
Elwood 12000 conveys 240 acres
of the J Jordan survey
S O Yc to Edward McCarty
1 and c onsiderations conveys
1720 interest in 140 acres of the S
Bennett and 10 acres of the J Mil
linder survey
Clement R Wilcox to R J Murry
1 conveys 15 interest in 140 acres of
the S Bennett and 10 acres of the J
Millinder survey
S O Young to R J Murry 1
conveys 15 inteiest in 140 acres of
the S Benentt and 10 acres of the J
Millinder survey
L Bonn and wife to A L Bowers
162285 conveys 34 910 acres of the
J Jordan survey
Ben Jackson and wife to Harry
McKinzie 05740 conveys lot 3 block
11 B B and C addition to Palestine
Harry McKinzie and wife to Ben D
Jackson 1 conveys lots 9 and
10 block 0 Thompson addition
Eugene Munson and wife to Uiban
Speck 7500 conveys part of the S
G Wells survey
J B Wynne to T J Kennedy
1150 conveys 3 acres of the J Ship
ley and 3 acres of the Daniel McKinzie
survey
Bose Reader to J O Setser 2080
conveys 130 acres of the J H Vannoy
survey
Bose Reader to J O Setser 4400
convejs 400 acres of the P Palaceos
survey
A NOTRE DAME LADYS APPEAL
To all knowing sufferers of rheuma
tism whether muscular or of the
joints sciatica lumbagos backache
pains In the kidneys or neuralgia
pains to write her for a home treat
ment which has repeatedly cured all
of these tortures She feels it her duty
10 send It to all sufferers FREE You
cure yourself at home as thousands
will testify no change of climate be
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The
seven straight
York Americans lost
games during their
western trip
ThetNew York Giants are not play
ing to so large crowds at home as in
former years
The St Louis Americans have re
leased Catcher Allen to the Louisville
American Association club
Cobb Lajoie and Speaker are
bunched in the race for batting honors
in the American League
Outfielder Sellers who comes from
the McKeesport O and P League
team has joined the Boston Doves
Harry Lord is in Boston and it is
doubtful that the star third baseman
ot the Red Sox will be traded after all
Outfielder Snodgrass of the Giants
is holding his own at the top of the
list of National League hitters
Pitcher Babe Adams of the Pitts
burg team has been showing flashes of
his old championship form of late
The Philadelphia Qaukers have
beaten the Pittsburg Pirates eight of
tiii fifteen games played this season
Detroit has it on the Highlanders
The Tigers have won seven of the
last eight games with the Broadway
boys j
Fred Tenney says that Sherwood
Magees young brother is coming
along at a fast clip and will be in
major league company soon
President Comiskey or the White
Sox says that either New York or
Bostonwould look good to him as the
American League champions
McLean the young outlielder from
the Springfield Three1 League team
now with the White Sox has made a
hit with the Chicago fans
The St Louis Browns have seven
scouts scouring the country for young
talent and Jack OConnor believes he
will have several stars next season
Roger Bresnahan manager and
catcher of the St Louis Cardinals
threatens to become a pitcher on ac
count of the poor worjc of his present
staff of slingers
Charley Herzog has been reinstated
by Manager Lake and is playing good
ball for the Boston Doves
King Cole of the Cubs heads the
list of winning pitchers in the Nation
al League with Rowan of Cincinnati
second
President Graham of the Pacific
Coast League favors the expansion of
the league to an eightclub organiza
tion next season
Pitcher Le Roy the fullblooded In
dian twirler of the St Paul team
pitched a nohit game against Indian
apolis recently
Left Fielder Irby of the Moosejaw
Western Canada League team broke
his leg recently when his spikes
caught in the ground as he was steal
ing second s
Dont neglect the warnings of na
ture If your appetite Is poor breath
bad tongue coated you will be sick
uulet > s you take steps to put your sys
tem in good condition Prickly Ash
Bitters is the remedy you need It
cleanses the entire system Bratton
brug Co Special Agents
Herbert M Hinzle has moved his
leal estate insurance and notary pub
I c office to the general office of the
Palestine Ice Fuel Gin Co on the
corner of Spring and Houston streets
Phone 73 or 511 226t
Result bringers Herald want ads
Different shades
of impo rted
broadcloths
Out of many we mention the
following
WORSTED
Finished and unfinished diag
onals strips and plain weave
SUITINGS INCLUDE Kratz Burks Simonis Paquins
Geras Ratines Crnrmosas Marvillieus Doucets
Drecalls Tuscans Why order out of town when you have
the worlds best selections at your door
Call and get posted on styles and woolens We will take pleasure
in showing you You are welcome and under no obligation to order We
guarantee to fit you Our prices are the lowest
Suits 1500 to 6000 Coats 1150 to 6000
Skirts 600 to 2250 Capes 800 to 4500
Mens Department
at Head of Hall
Ivanhoe Lodge No 15 Knights
Pythias Will Have Good Time
Monday Night
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BASEBALL NOTES
New
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F P EL THE TA3LOR
Over Palestine National Bank
of
Ivanhoe Lodge No 15 Knights of
Pythias will hold another of those en
joyable smokers Monday night and a
goodicrowd of Knights are expected
to be present The social nights are
always enjoyed by the members of
this popular lodge and some good
talks are always heard If you are a
knight you are expected
Ladles Department
at Head of mtalra
L
Vote For Your Favorite In the Labor
Day Queen Contest Voting
Box at Swifts Store
The following Is the vote In the
contest for Labor Day Queen up to
Saturday morning Aug 27
Miss Ava Moore 2525
Miss Ouida Barnes 2500
Miss Maud Ella Garner 1306
Contest closes Friday September 2
at 8 p m
Public Auction
Notice Is hereby given that I will
sell at public auction at the I G
i N freight depot in the City of Pal
estine between the hours of lOiOO
and 1100 a m on the 9th day of
September 1910 the following de
scribed property which has been on
hand at this station unclaimed and re
fused for a period of more than 90
days towit
One show case shipped by the Na
tional Show Case Co from Columbus
Ga consigned to shippers order noU
fy E R Smith Palestine Tex cover
ed by New Orleans to Palestine WB
C S P628 Jan 21st 1910
S B Mobley
Agent for Thomas J Freeman Re
ceiver International Great North
ern R R Co
Palestine Texas Aug 9th 1910
89lmd
If your liver is sluggish and out of
tone and you feel dull bilious con
stipated take a dose of Chamberlains
Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight
before retiring and you will feel all
right in the morning Sold by Brat
ton Drug Co
Wheat Bran per ioo lbs 140
Corn Meal per sack 65
Granulated Sugar per ioo lbs 575
Alfalfa Hay per bale 65
Buffolo Syrup per gallon 55
PRICE
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