Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 128, Ed. 1 Friday, July 13, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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SHERMAN, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 13.1900.
-Summer ■ S'.
WILL OROWÍ/THE BTOKE.
Unprecedented values offered in every department. All lota are arranged on
tables and counters. Marked in plain figures just as advertised. My loss, your
gain. The goods roust be sold quickly. Ilere are prices that will serve as au in-
dex to this great sale:
Lot No. 1.
Misses', and children's Mack la«e
striped liOBe, sizes 4 lo 6, regular
price 25c, nale price 10 2 3c a pair.
Ladies' black lace striped hose, sizes
8 to 9 12, regular price '¿5c, sale
price 20e a pair.
Lot No. 2.
Ladies' summer corsets, all cizes, reg-
ular price 25c, sale price 19o fach.
One number in the famiiua American
Lajfy summer corset, regu^r price
$1 00, sale price 75c each.
Children's Nazareth waists, the 35c
■«kind, sale price 25ceach.
" * . Lot No. 3
8 l-3u embroideries and insertions at
17 1 2c
. j6l>C flounc
$1 25 aljovi
fies and insertions at 10c
ries and insertions at
ard. ' *
: irira a:id iiiHertions at 25c.
;s, 40 inch wide, S5o yd.
40 inch wide, 39c yd.
•nbroideries at 50c a yard.
mbroiderieS aU9l)c a yd
Lot No. 4. •;
I White checked nansook, "0; inches
wide, at 3 l-2c a yard.
lOc quality* of checked nansook at
8 1 3c ft-y ard.
12c quality-of checked nansook at 10c.
a- yard.-- .
Lot No. 5.
Option, foulards and imported Irish
dimities, regular 25c, Bale price 15c
, yard, /
?ome early and avoid
* the rush. «■
r~! > Lot No. 6.
Fine sheer dimities and- lawns, regu-
lar-price 15c, sale price 10c a yard.
Lot No. 7.
All 8 1 3c lawns and dimities, sale
price 5c.a yard.
Lot No. 8.
Beautiful French gingliartitg
price 10c, sale price 7 1-
All 20c and 25c ginghams i
tian tissues, sale price. lí¡
Lot No. 9
Light colored percales
regular price 8 1 3c,
Big lot of narrow vf
price 20c a d^zei
2c a yd.
t: a yard.
ciau laces, sale
Lot No. 11.
Foulard silks, the moat t'i sirable" silk
of the season, |1 quality at 50c a
yard, 75c quality at 37 1 2c a yard.
Only a few pieces ol Ki-Ki wash si ks
in small stripes, 35c quality to close
out at 20c a yard.
Lot No. 12.
No. 100, wide fancy ribbon, 75c quality
sale price 37 1 2c a yard
Wide fancy and plain taffeta ribbons,
35c quality, sale price 19c a yard.
25c quality, sale price 1.5c a yard.
Lot No. 13.
Pully belt bucklcs and Kings, regu-
lar price 25c, sale price 15c.
Lkdies' new silk ties, C5c quality at
" Lot No. 14.
100 pairs Of men's and boys' $150
and $2 00 shoes, broken lota on
table, at $1 00 a pair.
150 pairs ladies' and missee' $1 50 and
$2 00 oxfords and slippers, all on
table, at $1 00 a pair
Lot No. 15. „
Ladies'out of style oxfords, all hand
made goods, ilie regular prices aré
$2 50 and |3, sale price fl 50 pair.
Big lot of mén's and boya' tan and
black new style shoe*, regular $2 00
and $2 50 shoes, sain price $1 50.
IT Id NTItANUK THAT KO I8F0B-
' II ATI ON CAN BE II Al
FROM PEKIN. '
Assertion and Denial is Ike Prolonged
Daily Routine.—Consul • filen-
Lot No. 16.
Man's white unlaundred shirts, regu-
lar price 35c, sale price 25o each.
Men's white unlaundred shirts, 20
hundred linen boosom, the 75c
kind at 50c each.
Monarch and Eclipse negligee shirts,
$1.25 and $1 50 kind at 75c each.
Lot No. 17.
Straw hats, big box full out in front,
assorted lot boys' and men's, at 10c
Lot No. 18.
One show case full of men's and toys'
50c and 75a straw and crash hats,
sale price 25c each.
Lot No. 19.
Choice of all this season's $1.50 and
$2 00 straw hats, the latest shapes,
at $1 00 each.
Lot No. 20.
All carpets and lace curtains at cost
and 10 per cent added.
15c mattings at 10c a yard.
25c mattings at 17 1 2c a yard.
30c mattings at 20c a yard, •
35c mattings át 25c a yard.
50c mattings at 85o.
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Chas. A. Moore r,
East Side Square.
ibly the Names of .the Catch
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*3:,' are a Guarantee.
*>out a month ago George E.
dwfokp and family left Sherman
on a sumfnei' tour. They have been
having' all sorts of good times,
presumably, because the public of
Sherman haVe heard not a word from
them until a marked copy of the Los
Angele#Herald of July 8 came to R.
A. Gibbs, the Travis street druggist.
That p%pcr located thorn at- Avalon,
Catalina Island, which lig thirty
miles QÍl* vhe port San ns.lro, in
Southern California. The paper says:
"Mr. and Mrs, Georpo E. Hard-
wicke of-.Sherman, Texas, and Casey
CdBtlemftn'óf¿Riverside were out in
«the Lolland, and .made a catch of
five <albicore, three barracuda, two
boitita and'a couple of bass."
Now, if George had put in the
names of* a few fish known to famous
anglers in the United StaTes, the peo-
ple^would readily believe that be had
taken kindly to the gentle piscatorial
art. But as no such fish as those
named swim in ■Beas with which be is
familiar, his friends, hero are ready to
accept the tale as being the fishiest of
the fishy. ,
. CONFEDERATE PICNIC.
THE DOG LAW.
Probable Test in the Corpor&tion
A Happy Meeting of Old Veterans
IF Y€>U KNOW
the na(ue^>i a-.telephone in your home.
WHY NOT TELL
• * YOUR FKIKNDSt
If yoii don't"know, local"manager
sontbwíiftcrii Tele^rapli & TelcpboneCo.
Judge J. D. Woods returned last
night from the picnic given" by ex-
Confederates of Winnie Davis camp
of Van Alstyne, at Scott McKinney's
Well, five miles southeast of Van Al-
There was good music, an abun-
dance of good things to eat and
opeeches by Judge Woods snd J¡ W
Finley of Sherman and James Greer
of McKinney. Judge Woods says it
wa* one of the pleaaantest meetings
of old comrades he has attended in
Plenty of then at Mickle Hardware
Company's. . 1
This morning a merchant was noti-
fied of his liability ttndor the dog tax
ordinance, but refused to pay the tax.
He was notified to appear before the
corporation court tomorrow morning,
and responded by saying he would be
there, prepared to fight the case.' Ho
admitted owning a dog, but did not
believe that he could by law be com-
pelled to pay a tax on it, hence the
There may bo an interesting trial
before his honor tomorrow.
Everything for making Chilli coq
be had at 0. J. Haydon's,
swapping old friends for
Are you trading
Not this year) Then here afea
fe* reasons why Cheatham's Tasteless
Chill Tonic should ever bo your
li has stood the te t for 15 years.
It is known to nearly every family
in the south.
It is harmless and effoctive.
It is cheap and pleasant.
It is guaranteed to euro.
It cures. Price 50 ceuta.
By Hcrlpp -McHae Fr*M A cwlalIon.
London, July IS—Black rumois
are again"'current regarding Pekin
Confirmation of them may be receiv-
ed at any time and is generally ex
London, July 13.—The Central
News association asserts that an ofh
cial message was received in London
today announcing that all foreignei
in Pekiu were murdered July 6th.
London, July 18—The foreign
office explicitly denies that any mes
sage was received there announcin'
the destruction of the Pekiu l/as
sBmrai. imkhh ü .m w
It is believed thoy belong to a band
of conspirator bent on destroying
the exposition building ,
Cmer * Subordinate.
By Script* McRu Pr «s AuoalsUoa.
Madrid, Jaly 18.—Parades, second
in command to Admiral Cervera at
Santiago, is dead.
By Srrtpps-McRM Prww A-ttoclnllon.
Vienna, July 18.—A heavy flood
ocourred in Gallóla province^ Towns
are inundated. Many
By 8crlpp«-McH*« I'rem AMOclattan.
Laurel, Del, July 18.—E*-8«n *
tor Gorman emphatioally denies that
ha is to manage the eastern end of
the democratio presidential cam
p*ig«. ; ; •
A Poor Remedy.
Uy Sorlops-Mcná* Pr*M A ooi«ilun.
Paola, Kos., July 18.—Mr . Ed-
ward Morgenthalor, .a prominent
Woman, committed suicide this morn-
ing by shooting. Despondency over
ill health wa the cause.
f you have beéii wa
ngior bargains In.
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE.
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See my ahow window for STYLES
Don't Htifsy J
San Francisco, July 13.
have arrived for Camp Presidio to be
put in order for Ave thousand men.
The order is probably issued in an-
ticipation of the arrival of China
Wabiunuton, July 18.—'The state
depaitment has received a dispatch
from Consul General GOodnow,
Shanghai, saying the governor of
Shan Tung wired that boxen and
soldiers were bombarding the lega,
tioqs for a final attack on July 7, He
is extremely anxious for the safety of
ministers and Chinese friends in
Pekin. The consul says fears for
worst are generally entertained,
By flcrlppn-MtfR* Pre A moo tallón.
London, July 18—The Christian
Endeavor convention began today
with religious societies in Wesley
el in hourly sermons. The regu-
The Power Trial.
Ippa-MvBa* Frus AMoclstlun.
3ROETOWN, Kyi, July 18.—Judge
antrill ordered another special venire
'or jurors in Power oase, and forty re-
ponded this morning. The jury boa
was filled at one time when the state
used.tne last peremptory challenge
Eight jurors were accepted and three
seated, subjeot to challenge.
GOT ON THE GRASS.
Irreverent Action of the Republican
By pcrlpp ^McfU* inn lAttoolsUoo.
Canton, O,, Jfuljr 18.—President
McKinley is taking a rest today, after
the scenes of yesterday. The grass
on his lawn was almost completely
tramped out by the notification oom-
mittee and large crowd of visitor*.
SUITS FOR DAMAGES.
The Six Companies Will Bring Them
Because of Quarantine.
Victoria, July 18.—Oriental ad-
vices say Japanese officials are dese
orating Biitish tombs in^g'vjth r
mosa. The British press is
at the wrowth of Amerioa^ <^anti
British feeling among Japane^y
Wabhinciton, July l8.—.Seved^ ^I\8urvivor«
dred foreigners were in Pekin wlí
the trouble commenced. TbeAmeri" \\
can were Minieter Conger and wife,
two daughters, the secretarys of lega-
tion, seven officers of the guard, fifty-
six men and twenty-eight mission'
p Simi.ak, India, July 18.—The First
battalion of Black Watch (Qlghland-
ers), First Shropsbires, Second Innes-
First Camerons have
been CTT^I - "iicld themselves in
By Bcrlppn-lfoRM I'! * AssoclRtton.
San Francisco, July 18,—Tbs
Chinese ix companies will attempt
to collect damages for Chinese mer-
its on account of the plague quar-
r e. The claims aggregate $2,000,-
oott. Both the city and sederal gov*
ernrnents will probably be sued.
Tell of It.
readiness to go to
Suspicion That a Band of* Conspira-
tors Want to Destroy Them.
J8, .. ^
irsggled into Pretoria
lis morning, and re-
in the fighting were
}forcem nU sent from
the Boer advance,
Aj ELECT BKYAN,
fiction That He Can "Get
tere" Without New York,
TV*" VATT upmarT rrn
J.J? Xwu *v AJN 1 JLU „
Sit under one of the elwtrlo fans and
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Remluds you of
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FOR SHOE REPAIRING.
144 N. Trails Street, next to Blnkley Hot, I..".
On October 14th, Iwuo, 1
This will bo decldod-by popular Vote, the lady receiving the mart vote will be <
to this honor. Ballots will be given by the following merchants with ;
17, July Snd: ;
By Bcrl|7t>« Mollee ffMd AvMiclottoii.
Parí , July 15.—Two bombs and
two packages of dynamite were found
in the Grand Art Palace by guards.
-McRtc P n AMMUllon.
Ihinqton, July Pi—HepresAit-
James Hamilton Lewis, of
lington, who was here, said this
ling; "The states of Washing-
I ¡i Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Indi-
an J, Illinois,, Kentucky and Mary-
iMd will be carried by Bryan. These,
with the solid south, will elect him
whether we carry New York or not."
Walter C, Jones A Co., Dry Goods, J. B.Shaw ¿Son, DryUoodi, Bitting A Go
It, B Simmon , Drugs, W. H, Cooney, Grocer,
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- ' DEÍUSÓH
T. B. Waldron, Druggist, 228 Main Strict. Clark & Douj
G. K. Hugbot, Books and Stationery. F, G. Coleman, Grocer.
T. W. Puckett, Book , MUtlonory, Wall Paper and PalnU. W. 8. Knight, Dry
A. S. Koaur, Grocer. \ G, F. ToWn, fill Main Street. Bboe Stow.
The Following Prizes Will be Awarded:
I. Trip to a. World'. 1W>. IM* or II. If Mil
J-. tferijght Wunks Of -400#0Q
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itttin''* College ' ..
6. Complete Seholsfthtp at Dalla#
C. Blackenderf'ir Typewriter, W, 1
hi the following manner
ng to the rules ('
1. T<flh« la'ly reeolvlng the largwit vote of all. '
a. To tW JAJy receiving the largest vote of all, in towns the population of
10,000 or IMS.. , '.,Sg
8-4, In like insnner In towns of ÍW,000 or M. • *
6 6. in like manner In towns of 6000 or lo í. „ ,,
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Rules of Ooxitest: ^
1, That any unmarried lady may enter the race,
2 Any lady having received fiO votu* wilt bo published asia candidate.
8. No bollóle other tl«n thwe furiiislted by tlie Dallas Advertising Co. will be count
ed. A set of books will be kept, showing how many ballots were furnished each town and
will be subject to ihe inspection of judges, ¿>
4. That the votes will be counted every few days *nd puillshed. " •' •' Vi"v'
fl. The presents will be awarded Oct. 14, WflO, In the exhibition building;. P *0}\')
i. The Ave leading ladies in eoch town on September l&th will each Kils«t a gentleman
to represent them, the gentlemen thus selected will constituto the judges; the keys of the
ballot bo* will be turned over (o Oom, tbey will make a count of all the ballot# voted, and
continue the count uiitll the tíos of the oonfcst.
the final count will be made and rewtlu forwarded
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50 p$ir Swiss curtains, worth fl 25, at 69c pair.
20 pair Swiss curtains, wortíi $2.50, at $1.45 pair.
eg paid ,
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All Oddsti and Ends at
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26c men's hose 10c pair
50c embroideries at 15c yard.
10c ladies' vests 5c apieee.
f 2.00 silk umbrellas $ i .00 apiece,
linen pkirts 60c apiece
75c sbirts 42c apiece,
Linen (lack f(
¿0 undershirth 19c apiece.
Positively the last two days will close Saturda;
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300 yards fancy 50c ribbons at 15c yard.
Press calicoes 3 1 -2c yard. \
, 10c lawns 5c yard.
Bleached muslin Ec, yard
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