Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 170, Ed. 1 Friday, August 31, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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SHBKMAK, TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 81.1900.
'E HATE 10 SPECIAL BARGAIN DAI.
Every day ¡a BARGAIN DAY with ua. If you dont believe it come
and price our goods and see our line toilet aoap we are selling for
20 cent** box. We have been selling 5 dozen clotbea pina for 5
cents, but w*p will beat that, we will give you 5 (Jozeu clothes pina
and a clothes line for 15 cents. We call special attention to our
trinket counter. There you will find ¡everything imaginable from a
saw down t j carpet taoka. Don't forget ub when you want rug ,
go-carts, clocks, baskets, chair seats, grips, trunks, china and glass-
ware, tin and graniteware, woodenware, fine or plain lamp, fancy
water aeta, stationary, toilet oombs and brushes, linen paper, coat
springs, suspenders, hosiery, handkerchiefs, fine perfume, spectacles,
in tact, everything to be found at a Racket Store. Weappreciate
the liberal patronage we have received and invite yoü to come to
our store when you need anything in our line. We will make it
|>Ieasantaa well as profitable.
| Don't forget the place, 120 North Travis,
opposite Y*tes' Shoe Store.
BEE HIVE RACKET STORE.
Bargaitis for Sale !
By CROOKSHANKS & MOORE.
Over Anchor Corner, N. E. Corner Square, Sherman, Tex.
15—03 acres one mile from Van
Alsiyne, 55 acres in cultivation bal-
ance in timber pasture; 4 room house
wealberboarded, canvassed and paper-
ed, chimney in center, spring in
horse lot, iú good state of cultivation,
all fenced. 1'iice $37.50 per acre.
One half cash.
17—140 acres six miles from Sher-
man, 100 acres in cultivation. Price
18—1000 acres 23 miles northwest of
Gainesville, about half in cultivation
balance in timber and pasture, four
sets of houses, large barn, plenty of
•water, Bois d' arc barbed wire fence
400 acres river bottom. This an b
had at a baTgáin. Write for term, an
23—145 acres between Collinsville
and Tioga, Texas, 65 acres in cultiva-
^tion, 12 acres in pasture, balance
timber, one mile from schooj house,
^young orchard of 30 peach, 30 apple,
6 plum and G pear trees, 60 grape
vines ^nd black berry patch; small
two story frame house and stable, two
goofl wells of soft water. Thi. farm
can be had at $10 per acre.
.24—77 acres of timber land 4 miles
southeast of Denison at $15 per acre.
25—107 acres northwest of Whites-
boro, 85 acres in cultivation, balance
timber, fine orchard, large, well built
house, big barn, fine fruit, and lots
of it, good well of soft water. This
can be had at a good big bargain for
one-third cash and balance on good
time, write for prices.
29—102 «eres 10 miles east of Sher-
man, 70 acres in cultivation, all un-
der fence, small house and barn
This oau be had for $20 per acre, one-
fourlli cash balance iu five years at
six per cent.
31—S90 seres, 840 in cultivation,
50 acres in timber, good quality of
black sandy land, iu the hands of the
loan company and the improvements
are run down. They are anxious to
dispose of it and will give a bargain
with good terms. For more particu-
lar description and terms write us.
38—77 acres northeast of Sherman
and 4 miles southeast of Denison,
black sandy soil, 50 aores ip cultiva-
tion, has a young orchard of 100 bear-
ing trees of choice fruit, four-room
box house, plenty of everlasting wa-
ter. Price $25 per acre, one-third
cash, balance on long time at 8 per
niMtr Por Cant Killed l>y Bid*.
The rifle is responsible tor nearly
90 per cent of the killed and wounded
In modern warfare. In the Franco-
German war. It was estimated that
6,969 Germans were killed Uy rifle bul-
lets, and only 965 by military flre.
Loiulon'a Vint Railway.
The last remaining relic of the first
railway In London has just disap-
peared. It was built in 1801, and ran
between Wandsworth and Croydon,
motor power being provided by hor.es.
New York's Tniei 111 creating:-
Twenty years ago the state taxes
raised for Bchool purposes In New
York were *8,000,000; they are now
14,000,000 annually. The general ex-
V penses of the state, exclusive of canals,
education and the care of the needy
Insane, have Increased more than 100
per cent meanwhile.
Odd CHlneM Policemen.
• The policemen of Pekln are armed
chiefly with small drums, whin they
. beat loudly in order,.'♦ Is presumed, to
let burglars know y are coming.
All night long the? beat their
way around, the / Í as a nat-
ural consequent make few
the well as
A Chinese Tipple.
The Chinaman drinks a condensed
and fearfully strong liquor, made from
rice, which Is Imported from China,
and comes in original package. In a
stone jar holding about a pint. One
Jug of It Is powerful enough to 'put a
big party Into a thoroughly drunken
condition. The usual tipple of It Is a
half teaspoonful, though old topers get
so they can take a whole teaspoonful.
It 1s drunk in a glass of water, a por-
tion at a time.—Washington Star.
According to the London Graphic,
John Ruskln's grave at Conlaton at
present bears but a .ingle wreath of
flowers, but it has been arranged to
erect a fine runic croe, to hi. memory,
and the work Of designing this has
been intrusted to his biographer, W.
Colllngwood. Mr. Colllngwood has
prepared a design which will allegoii-
cally illustrate the author's works. The
cross, which is to be intrusted to a
local sculptor,- will be of stone indi-
genous to the district, this being Mr.
Yenr Best Friend can give you no
better advice than this: "For impure
blood, humor., scrofula, salt rbeum,
dyspepsia, weak nerves, tired feeling,
rheumatism, malaria, catarrh, take
blood's Sarsaparill. and be cured."
Constipation is cured by Hood's
There Kill b« * cll.d of «OXERS WERE
Violet Grove, Woodmen Circle, tor | "
Emma Winninoxofi Clark,
Mrs. Hamblkn, Guardian.
In the oonnty court Elisabeth Fru
itt pleaded guilty to a charge of
adultery and paid a fine of $50 and
City warrant, General Fund, No
4344, date Aug 31, to W. J. Brown
or bearer, for $75.00. All persons are
warned not to negotiate for same.
f ■ ,
Sen w Worms Prove Fatal.
Mrs. A. K. Mitinear of Cook.Springs,
aged 64, has a carncvr on her face.
Yesterday it gave such pain that a
doctor was called in and it was found
that screw worms b«d gotten in the
wound, 100 being extracted. Her
recovery is despaired of.
Called meeting of Carpenter's
Chapter No. 183, Order of the Eastern
Star, at Masouio Temple tonight. A
good attendance of the members is
requested. Installation of officers
and other importaut business. Visit-
ing members fraternally welcomed.
MKB. J. F. TOWNBBHD, W. M.
W. 8, Hellyer Sec.
THIS IS WORK.
If You Have Any Doubt of It, Try it
Nine hours work of brick laying
yesterday placed in the Houston
street pavement 27,117 vitrified
bricks. The bricks weigh seven and
one-half pounds e-uih. Put your
knowledge of arithmetic in use and
figure out how many pounds were
lifted and lowered yesterday by Wil-
liam Carey, the layer of vitrified brick
The muscles in Mr. Carey's back
are as hard as the brick be handles.
The stooping position necessary in
laying the bricks has developed the
physical man in an abnormal degree.
A finger touch feels like you had
touched a fully distended bicycle tire
IT WAS TURNED DOWN.
Tbe Demand of 8herman Tex Payers
The cpunty commissioners of Gray-
son county yesterday afternoon re-
fused to comply with the demand of
tbe city council of Sherman for a
division of the íund used for road
City Attorney Brown and Special
Counsel Sidney Wilson made strong
arguments on the side of the city,
contending as di(1 also Mayor Fielder
and other committeemen. Neverthe-
less the commissioners "couldu't see
it that way," and the question will
be carried to the higher courts. Tbe
man who first sprung the point did
more than he knew. The points at
issue have ° been printed in the
City warrant, General Fund, No.
4344, date Aug. 31, to W. J. Brown or
bearer, for $75 90. All person, are
warned not to negotiate for same.
The > nly cool
scenic route to
tbe north and
eaet. Harvey res-
Observation «leepers through the
beautiful Ozark . Write us, room
720, Century building, St. Louis, for
new illustrated descriptive pamphlets
entitled "The Tops of the Oxarks,"
and "There Is Something to See
Along the 'Frisco Line."
BY IKFEBIAL TROOPS AT A FEAST
TO WHICH THEY HAD BEEN
At the Gates of Pekln—Sick and
Wounded Brought Home—Seven
Died en Route. •
Dy Scrlppa-McRse Pram Association.
HoN'Q Konq, A«g. 80—The situa
tion at Amoy is growing v more ser-
ious. The British cruiser Iris landed
marines at that port tj^protect. British
interest.. Five companies of Japan-
ese troops left Formes* in conscience
of the burning by Chinese of v
atiese temple. The natives of An?
are fleeing from the city in pauio.
Washington, Aug. 31—The state
department today made public *
statement from Russia to the depart-
ment respecting that countrj's pur-
poses in China. The state depart-
ment favors the occupation of China
until governm.eut is re-established.
Yokohama, Aug, 81.—General
Yamsguchi, commanding the Japan-
ese troops in Pekin, reports that the
ministers have decided to oontinue 'o
guard the gates of the city. In the
southern portion the gate will be
guarded by Americans, the remaimjy
Washington, Aug. 81.—General
Shafter reports the arrival at San
Francisco of the tranaport Thomas
with a number of officers wounded at
Tien Tain. It also brought a number
of sick and discharged soldiers. Sev-
en died en route from aeute dysen-
tery,. ; 'V
Shanghai, Aug. 81.—A letter from
Taku says tbe Boxets are pillaging
the country southwest of Tien Tsin
and killing natives also who oppose
the organization. Two thousand
Boxer, are .aid to have been slaugh-
tered by imperial troop, at a feast to
which they were invited by Tao Tai
Tsung Chow, i.,
ALL DUTCH to Ud.
Tbe South Africander. Are Good
People With a Hard Tongue.
Ur Hcrlpps-McRse Pre AMOcUtlon.
Lon don, Aug. 31.—Roberts reports
that Buller arrived at Helvetia, a few
miles north of Machadorp, and found
a few of the enemy. Later tbe Brit-
i.h occupied Watervaal Boven and
Watervaal Ond.r. The Delagoa rail
road is intact, except for one small
SECRETARY HAY SICK.
His Condition Causes the Recall of
His Son from South Africa.
Hf Krrlptw-Mcit Prew AMÍOClttlun.
New York, Aug. 81.—A telegram
from Concord, N. H , .ays that Secre-
taro Hay ha. suffered a serious re-
lapse within the week. His physi-
cian ha* ordered completo rest for the
patient. Secretary Hay's son has
been called home from Pretoria by
• Forest Fire ,
liy &crli>| -McHs« Frees Association,
Dknvkh, Aug. 81— Great forest fires
are reported from several sections in
the state. Great timber stretches
have be«n destroyed. ;
Wauls Another Chance.
By Scripps-Mellae Pre Association.
London, Aug. ál.—A dispatch
from Rome says that Bread, the
assassin who was found guilty Wed'
nesday of the assassination of King
Humbert, intends to apply for a new
Will Speak In Ihe East,
liy Bnrlpps-MfRas press Association.
Chicago, Aug. 91.—The democratic
national committee has completed
anangeraents (or Bryan's speaking
tour, beginning tomorrow and ending
September 15. He will «p4ak in a
number of eastern states.
y Rcrlpps-Mottae Press Association.
Fall River, Mass , Aug. 31.—An
agreement was reached at the meet-
ing of the manufacturer's association
to reduce the wages of textile opera-
tives here ton per oent. It will affect
thirty-fiyé thousand workers.
Polities in Coba.
Uy Bcrlppe-McRa* Prssi Association.
London, Aug, 81.—The national
party, which won in the Havana mu
nicipal elections, have named eight
delegates to a oonutitutional conven-
tion at Harán . The Nationalists
expect to control the convention.
C* Farmer Ant Not In It.
By Scripps-McRae Press Association. •
New York, Aug. 80—The gross re
ceipts of the Corbett-McOoy fight were
about seventy-five thousand dolíais,
of which the purse was forty-five
thousand dollar.. Two-thirds of this
wont to CorLett. The club cleared
nearly thirty thousand dollars.
Americans Wop Championship.
fly Bcrlppa-MoRse Presa Association.
Kansas City, Aug 81.—Tbe Kan-
sas City fire brigade is now in England
en route home from Paris, where they
won the professional ohampionship.
The brigade inspeotod Windsor castle
bore today and later were entertained
at luncheon by the Lord Mayor of
By Srrlpps-McRae Press Association.
Washington, Aug. 81.—The execu-
tive committee of the joint commit*
tee on the national centennial which
will l|p held in thla city, fixed De-
cember 12 as the date for the celebra
tion. The program includes a recep-
tion at the whito house, a grand pa-
geant and patriotic exercises in the
Thinks It Will Be Eighty Million*.
Uy Hcrlpps-McRas Press Association,
Washington, Aug. 81.—Dircotor
Merriam of the Census bureau, (.con-
fident that the population of tbe
United States will be eighty millions,
exclusive of Hawaii, Porto Rico and
tbe Philipines. If congress makes
new apportionments this will add fifty
six members to the house of repre-
sentatives. 1 •
Use Allen's Pool.Ease In Year Gloves,
A lady writes; "1 shake Allen's
Foot-Ease into my Gloves and rub a
little on my hands. It saves my
gloves by absorbing perspiration, it
is a most dainty toilet posrder." We
invite tbe attention of physicians and
tAs to the absolute purity of
^n's Foot Ewe. l)r. W. C. Ab-
bott, editor of the Chicago Clinic,
says; "It is a grand preparation; 1
am using it constantly in my prac-
tice." All drug and shoe stores sell
it, 20c Sample sent free. Address
Allen 8. Olms td, Le Roy, N. Y.
At tbe rapid growth of my Shoe business. It indicates
my efforts to supply the trade wtth styliah, de
for men nd boys are appreciated. My fill)
and this season's styles are very attractive.
buyitig .hoes.else where you are tbe very man
to. Just drop In and see my Hue for fall and in a few,
minutes I can show you where I oau do you good. If yon
are hard to fit or are troubled with tender feet, burning feet,
aching, perspiring, weary feet, you should let roe fit you
with "BKANE'S VENTILATED" SHOE. It is an ideal
shoe at a reasonableprice, - ? 'l'*, * " ' ^
Jhwgrossive Shoe Dealer.
IF YOU WANT TO KEEP COOL
Sit under one of the olcetrle fans and
' imblbo URtiiig '
Popular Ipe Cold Drinkl.
Rommtls you of Klondike.
W. L. BITTING & 00
D* JV xvxunuvKi'
EX l'OttT AND IMPOST Ns«ottst«l CQsmss*
snd French eorresposdsncs).
.M .. ... HQ RH...... P . Deutsche KanOschsft Hesouders Krtietea. k %
SOUTHMAYO and SHERMAN, Moore Block, Grayson Co., Texas.
kkjtl. KVTAFK, (tty snd County.
UMN8, (rest sststs).
INVKSTMKNT8 (ssviiiRt from «to upward),
INSIIUANOK, Utssad firs.
VAN AL8TYN8 BUDGKT,
Little Girl's Arm Broken.—Other
Items of Interest.
Van Alstvkk, Aug. 81,—Bessie
Burke, aged 11, daughter of Capt, G.
L. Burke, fell down stairs yesterday
evening and broke her ankle.
Miss Nettie Henilx of Chicago, 111.,
is visiting Mrs. N. Taylor.
Jim Wilson, son of G. W. Wilson
of this plsoe, who bad been attending
a theological seminary in Tennessee,
died Thursday of spinal men-
igitls at KimberUn Heights. His
father was called to bis bsdside, but
be^bad died and was buried before
Cotton sold here this week in the
seed for So.
J. O. Watts and wife, after a
month's visit to relatives in Kentucky,
Arid Injur** Vasal Chord*.
A singer In Brand opera contradicts
tho statement frequently made that
lemon Juice is excellent to relieve a
slight hoarseness. It may clear the
voice at llrst, but only for a short
time, ami the strong acltl Is extremely
injurious to the vocal chords.
fald Billiard TabU Kwtm.
All cota being In use at a Philadel-
phia hotel, an Idaho delegate to the
Republican convention waa permitted
to sleet on a billiard table. His bill
was rendered In this form: "Use of
billiard table, seven hours, 40 centfi
per hour. t2.S0."
Telephone no. 54 for the Diamond
Bakery best of bresd and cakes to be
found in the city special orders given
Julian Ralph, the war oorreepoadent -
or tlie Tendon Daily Mail, who was
invalided home, writes that his Injuries
are not at all likely to be permanent
(la will return to America early In the
fall to deliver a course of lectures.
Colorad Soláis* and Historia ..
Gen. Andrew Sheridan Burt, oolooal
of the Twenty-flfth (colored) Infantry,
<wbt«h baa so distinguished Itself In
the Philippines, 1. a ready writer, and
ts contemplating writing a history o!
the Philippine conflict
Hunt's Lightnibg Oil taken inter*
nally cures immediately cramp oollo,
Darrboea and kindree troubles, Ai
an inbaleut it is unexcelled for ca-
tarrh, beadache and oolds lit tbe
bead. Guaran teed. 25 and 50c bot.
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DO YOUR BUSINESS
Dv TFI PDUnAir
' O X; X JCiJLiJCLf Jtr Xlwii IL
You secure all the advstf'
vantages o( H «aes.
At n Trifling Expense.
The furnlturn firms of J. W. Haynes anil F. A. Hporer
are now eoosolfdated under the firm name of -;
I'urnltiirii and Qu««nwnra.
The F. A. Hporor stoek will be moved U>the Hsynns stand, on the south side
of stiusre. W ORDRKR TO AVOID THE US IfOÍCHHARV HANDLING
OF THK8K TWO MAMMOTH STOCKS IN koVIHG AND R8AA-
BAN01NG BOTH IIOUSKi WILL "
Set the Ktkife Deep
in their prices until September 1st, These goods must be moved and now is
your opportunity to buy up-to date furniture and nueensware at tower prlt-e.
than ever before quota! In Sherman. They will also continue tlio undertaking
business under the personal eare of Mr. J. W. Haynes, and thi. department
will reeeivs special atteotW< day or night. Phones—Store 12-2, residence Í8- .
\f ALTER C. JONES & CO.
SHIRT WAISTS SKIRT
In Black and Colors.
ALL THE NEW WEAVES.
• , i MW&hLb
Prices Ranging from 25o yd, 35o yd,40c yd, ?0o yd- Also-BIG LINE OF NEW PERCALES,
OUTING-CLOTHS at 5o, 0o, 7c and 10o yd. All this season's. NEW GOODS.
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