The Weekly Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
f - • f i '
other, as it »tood eight years be-
fore with the sene paint, which
shows results yen get*when you
use good material and take ah
interest to see it pat on right
Saturday and *
3 You can now sately
take your stiff shirt
off now and keep it
Sort of Cllthes
R. E. Gofer has returned from
Miss Nichols is visiting i n
Harry Sttifei left yesterday
lire. Ed Nelson has returned
Mrs* Lee Moody has returned
Louis Yisdsl of Denison was in
Tom Hickman has' returned
rom Quae ah.
Leon Spencer of Denton is a
guest in town.
was here from
Death Fran tsokjaw
□ever follows an injury dressed Wkh
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
and healing properties prevent blood
poisoning. Chas. Oswald, merchant,
Of Rensselaersville, N. Y., writes: pit
cured Seth Burch, of this place, of the
qgliest sore on his neck I ever saw.’'
Cures Cuts, Wounds, Burns and Soles
*5c at H. W. Stark Drug Go.
ed my resignation as pastor of
the Dixon Street I Christian
chnrch, to take effect July let.
In order that the public may
understand, I will1 say that this
action was not prompted by any
friction or division iu the church
or because of a lack of support.
For the last nine month espec-
ially the interest and attendance
at our services have been better
and the financial obligations met
more promptly than at any time
since my coming here. My res
ignation was ptrely voluntary
I have for
Avenue Baptist chnrch. will be-
gin a meeting of days. Rev. R.
T Hanks of Abilene will do the
preaching. He is one of the
leading preachers in the denomi
nation and is well known for his
piety, eloquence and common
sence. It will be well worth the
while for any citizen of Gaines
ville to hear him.
The Independent Telephone
company are making arrange
menta to extend its service into
the Valley View neighborhood,
Two carloads of material has
been received and the work will
be poshed forward at once.
At a meeting of Trinity-Pat-
rick Lodge No. 7, last night the
following officers were elected
for the ensuing tero^
C. C.— Frame Boyd.
V. CJohn Reid.
M. at A.—Dr. C. R. Johnson.
M. W.—„ohn Block.
I. G.—Elsworth Reynolds.
Issomewhat torn up. Carpenters are
very busy remodeling and ‘rebuilding.
If you note the prices on oufj goods
you will readily see that they a*ia also
torn to pieces. All the big sales cut no
figure with the extremely low- prices
we offer our goods at This is tb 2 store
where you’ll find a ij
i It is a claz* to itself. ' It has no
rivals. It cures where others merely
relieve. For tches, pains, stiff joints,
cuts, bums, bites, etc., it is the quickest
and surest remedy ever devised. We
mean Hunt’s Lightning Oil. * v
and for two reasons,
a long time felt the need of a
year’s rest from the responsibil-
ties of a pastorate and have
planned to take auch as soon as
It were possible to do so- I have
also contemplated putting my
wife in a conservatory of music
for at least a year. I felt that
1 y want
John Young of Sherman spent
yesterdsy in town.
Will McKenzie of Pilot Point
was here yesterdsy. V
Mrs. Arch Campbell of Ard-
more is s guest in town.
Floyd Philips of Oklahoma
City is s guest in town.
Mrs. W. A. Stuckey of Wichi-
ta Falls is s guest in town-
T. J. Heath who has been very
ill is able to he on the streets
Everett Saunders has sold his
meat market on East California
street. * .
did not go to
We have an extra large stofsl
of water coolers; all kinds,
sizes, all prices.1 Stevens, K0n
nerly & Spragins Co.
ready made (jothes
are aliko you! hare
not seen the jfcirch
The way the^j look
is one difference—
1 | 1 .
and a big one. Ex-
tra good tailoring
is responsible for
that, and thd ma
terials are as good
as the tailoring.
We are sole ajgents
Abundant Health is assumed
when there is good^blood m [he
veins. Hood’s Sarsaparilla is
the medicine to make good bio id.
Begin taking it now. It is just
wnat the system needs at this
time and will do you great gofd.
Sharpen the appetite, steadies
the nerves. 8
Every day in the week; where yl>u can,
can buy more for one dollar than any-
where else. ; We allow no one to under
sell us, and then again, there is where
T M - A1 ] * * i
Quality Reigns Supreme. *
Will Easley spent yesterday in
Ladies will be admitted free
this afternoon at the ball game.
Judge Lindsay has returned
Mr. and Mrs. J.L Berry have
gone to California to reside.
Miss Maye Leonard is report-
Mr and Mrs. R. P. Drake of
Shawnee are guests in town.
Elder W, B. Carver of Denison
is in town. -
Fred Scbopmeyer was in town
yesterday from Fort Worth
Sam Stansberry of Era was in
town yesterday, and said the
wheat crop with a few sunny
days would harvest a good yield
in his section.
Ollie Pearcy is slowly recover-
ing from a several weeks’illness.
Miss Gene Stafford is attend-
ing the normal at Denton.
There will be a meeting of the
prohibition club at the court
house Saturday afternoon at 2
H, G. House returned last
the above course. 1 have two
meetings to hold, which will oc-
cupy my time during July and
August, and then I expect to
leave the state.
C. M. Schoonover.
June wedding and roses,
Little bouse and poses,
Little wifey and hubby
In a new buggy,
Red spokes, happy folks.
If you think they aint,
Try Bullion Paint,
Sold, as you know,
By Waples-Painter Ce-
that fit. I \
8ee shirts in show
89c and $1.00 kind
at Special *
The ball team
Henrietta yesterday on account
of the rain.
Marriage license was yesterday
granted to J. A. Waggoner and
Miss Josie May Bone.
Mrs. Ols McClain left yester-
day for Honey Grove to attend
the funeral of a relative.
Mrs. J. C. Hines who has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Chevalier, has returned to Owas-
sa, L T. |
Mrs. Estelle Bush who has
been the guest of Miss Margaret
Shotwell, has returned to Estel-
Mr. and Mrs. Hsrve Cook who
have been guests of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Chevalier, have return-
ed to Henrietta.
J. M. Sawyer left yesterday
for Knox City where be has ac-
cepted a position with J. C.
Wooldridge & Son.
Yesterdsy afternoon at |
o’clock. Rev. Ingram united in
marriage R. H. Alwood and Miss
Amandie Dye, both of Gaines-
The Hesperian joins their
many friends in offering con-
Yesterday afternoon lightning
struck the chimney at the home
of Lee Mead, on Second street,
going down the chimney, tear-
ing np the floor, wrecking the
furniture, and doing considera-
ble rtber damage. No one was
at home at the time, which prob-
ably is all that saved the bolt
from causing fatal results.
People in ’the neighborhood
were shocked, seme of them be-
ing knocked down by the con-
cussion of the air.
The poet's exclamation.
Life! I feel the bounding in my
veins,” is a
that can rarely or never make it,
in honesty to themselves, are
among the most unfortunate.
They do not live, but exist; for
to live implies more than to be.
To live is to be well and strong
—to arise feeling equal to the or-
dinary duties of the day, and t“
retire not overcome by them—to
feel life bounding in the veins.
A medicine that has made thou-
sands of people,men and women,
wfell and strong, has accomplish-
ed & great work, bestowing the
richest blessings, and that med-
icine is Hood’s Sarsaparilla The
weak, run down, or debilitated,
from any cause, should not fail
td take it. It builds up the whole
system, changes existence into
life, and makes life more abound-
ing. We are glad to say these
words in its favor to the readers
of our columns.
Todav at high noon the Rev.
Porter will solemnize the lifar-
nage of Miss Blanche Alttn,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C?B.
Allan of Gainesville, to Hr.
Stephen Doar Hayward of Cle-
burne. After the ceremo ly.
from 1 until 2 o’clock, a woddjng
reception will be held at the
home of the bride, after wl^ch
Mr. and Mrs- Heyward will letve
for a tour of the southern states-
.........: IpSOME... jf—
Mr. and Mrs T. Elmer Har-
bour aie at home to their friends
at their new home on North
That will help to keep you cool during,.the hot
summer. We offek best assortment; Lftw Price
Water Coolers, |
We offdr best assortment; LCw Price
i ‘ ■».! t I $
f Refrigerators, Water Coolers, f
v Cream Freezers Oil Stoves,
> Gasoline Stoves Floor Matting
l Iron Beds, Lawn Seats, Lawn Hose
i Fine Buggies ahd Carriages. Everything
? to eat and wear, let us supply your wants.
i We are making prices extremely low a^id invite
) your inspection, sojjdon’ delay another day but
$ come quick and secure some of the rare barganis
> we are now offering on seasonable goods.
Mrs- Jeptha Blanton and
children arc arranging to spehd
the summer in Atlantic City-.
FOR MEN & YOUTHS
Mrs- William Somers and
daughter are visiting in Bren-
The contract for Dr- Comegys’
has been given to W. P. Hender-
The curfew went into effect
The Henrietta ball team will
play the first game of the senes
Thomas G. Rogers and his
wife from Los Angeles, Cal., are
conducting a holiness meeting in
East Gainesville in a tabernacle
just one block north of Mr.
Mrs. W. C. Herrell and sister,
Miss Della Sanders, are in Tioga
to spend a week or so for health.
Cheaney A Sellars have added
a new floor to their buggy house.
D. K. Battenfield is here from
Madill, 1. T.
Jeff Davis' Birthday.
The services held Sunday aft-
at the civic building by
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hd^i:
In presenting the newest fashions we reveal
that distinguished tone of quality so char-
acteristic in the clothes which, have cele
brated this store and established its stand-
_ ;! I i ] T \ | \
of Marietta were down yester-
day to witness the ball game. |
Notice of Sale of Freight
the Daughters of the Confeder-
acy commemorating the birth of
Jefferson Davis, were so beau-
tifully conducted as to have paid
the tribute of a grateful south
ltnd to the memory of her hero
vfhose life is judged not by the
promise of great deeds but by
the performance of them.
; The initial number of the pro-
gram was a song by the chapter,
after which came the invocation
t^r the Rev. Ingram.
TMrs. W. H. O’Beirne and Mrs.
B- S, Rose read excellent papers
djie having been a consideration
erf Jeff Davis and the other cf
Notice is hereby given thajk I
will on Monday, the 25th day ol
June, 1906, at 10 o’clock a.m. sell
at the freight depot of the Gjulf,
Colorado & Santa Fe Railway
Company in Gainesville, Cooke
county, Texas, to the highest^
bidder for cash the following
described freight: 25f. morq
The careful selection of
materials, and the] Ar-
tistic cut and perfect
The Wm. Killgore Company
are corroboration of our statements'^that
our garments excel all others in style
quality and finish. I j \
Judge Lindsay went to Dallas
yesterday to attend a meeting of
the Katy directors.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. R-
Pear man, a girl.
Luther Smith returned to
Tiny Sharp is nothing if not
practical—notice her ideas of
economy Thursday night
Miss Blanche Whaley has re-
turned from Nashville, Tenn.,
where she has been attending
F. V. Crandall has returned
from Fort Worth.
Ed H. Miller, who has been a
guest of his brother, returned
yesterdsy to Frisco, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bering will
leave today for San Francisco-
W. 8. Buster of Whitesboao
was in town yesterday.
R. J, Watson of Manchester
was a guest here yesterday.
Pete Klepper has returned
W. R. McKee has returned
Mrs. J. E. Roberts left yester-
day for Dnrant to attend the
bedside of her brother,
Mrs. H. W, Stark and daugh-
ter are visiting in Tom Bean.
Miss Hulen and
Bjtra. Leonard sang with their
usus&l sweetness, after which
tlie Austin quartette gave a se-
lection which received much
applause- Mrs. J. M- Wright
presented the crosses of honor
ti> the following veterans: S- R.
Anderson, H. L. Edwards, A, C-
livin, E. F. Comegys, B. F.
Bhilips, J. W. Burks, J. E.
Bridges, J. M. Wright, Geo. W.
Bryson, E. R. Davis, W. II.
Denson, T- D Cannon, H. Bar-
nett, A J. Smith, J. P- Milton,
4 W. Callaway,Dr. C* C. Walker,
*1. C. Bowen, E- Keurtz, J. C.
Moore, W. P. Hunter. Col- W.
B. Denson responded in behalf
of the veterans after which ben-
ediction was pronounced by Iiev.
J. A. Gray.
Gasoline Cook Strops.
No use to burn up omr a hot
stove this summer. Buy one of
our first class gasoline oil stoves
they cook right and are sold
right. Stevens, Kennerly &
The number-of buridles of grain bound by
ie For Sale
Terms. - -
Fine Surburban Ho
f - Cheap On Good
An Alarming Situation
frequently results from neglect of
clogged bowels and torpid liver, until
constipation becomes chronic. This
condition is unknown to those who
use Dr. King’s New Life Pills; the
best and gentlest regulators of Stomach
Six acres fine land, well improved, on
Rice avenue, south of town, chicken
yards, chicken houses, 4 room dwelling
house, good barn and fine young orch-
th'^reon. F. J. Gates,
Agent for The Gulf, Colorado
& Santa Fe Railway Company. ,i
Texas, May 23rd#
Guaranteed by H. W
Stark Drag Co. Pricasc.
The following' marriage li-
censes have been isaued by the
J. G. Housard and Miss Neva
Johnson. -ij „
Casnel M. Stefle and Misa Osie
R. A. Carlisle and Miss Lizzie
Sam Davis and Mias Dora
T. E Bewley and Mias M. E.
ard. All new. See
? We notice that some goom im-
provements are going on in our
<fity, And one is the office of Wa-
1 les-Painter company which is
I eing decorated with a new coat
.(f paint. R, E- McBee is doing
1 ie work and using the Naples
1 el vet finish for the interior
i rork, and Rubber Paint on the
c utside, both made by the Rub-
ter Paint company, of which
} raplea Painter company are the
agents. Mr. H. Muenzenberger,
of San Antonio, who is the state
agent for the paint company,
(fade the color scheme, and also
some very attractive
the public to
our piano department and hear
the wonderful ‘’Imperial” Self
Player as it rolls out the sweet
music during our special open-
ing sale. Wm, Killgore Co. .
W. L. EVERIAAN (SCO.
U PHONES RENTALS and LO
Or S. J.HARTING, Postal Telegraph Office
es and note which twine
And other mi
% and cai
Stevens, Kennerly & Spragins
are offering bargains today and
tomorrow in buggies. Call knd
price some of their'i special jobs.
Bulla)}) Is P ays
the least trouble.
Bass A Harbour, undertakers.
All young men wanting sweet-
hearts come to the opera hotise
100 Buggies to select from
We have them and they ar
beauties—Just arrived. Stevens,
Kennerly & Spragins Co. *
trying to sell you
There An Few
people who know how to take care of
themselves—the majority do not. The
liver is a most important organ in the
body. Herbine will keep it in con-
dition. V. C. Simpkins, Alba, Texas,
writes: "I have used Herbine for
Chills and Fever and find it the best
medicine I ever used. I would riot
be without it. It js as good for
children as it is for grown-up people,
and I recommend it. It is fine for
La Grippe.'* Sold by H. W. Stark
Ther# Are Many
Awaiting the skill of the ambitious
angler, but skill and ambition will
signs to go out on the roads shout
the city. The design is both odd
a id neat, and surely will be no-
t ced by all who pass it It is
certainly up to date, and must be
a sen to be’ appreciated, both in
design and color scheme.
Next Year and E y Year by Giving
. Strength, Weight and Q
jTskelife eeey; no better Way
than to buy s nice hammdok.
See ours first.
Mr. Oscar Scott is completing
t ae repainting of his entire place
i arth of town, sad is using Rub-
I «r paint in pntenne. to Mr
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Weekly Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1906, newspaper, June 8, 1906; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1121893/m1/4/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cooke County Library.