Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 171, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 1, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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SHERMAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 190
HO SPECIAL BARGAIN DAY
Every day ¡a BARGAIN DAY with us. If you dont believe it come
and price oar goods and see our flap toilet eoap wé''are selling for
20 cent* a box. Wé have been selling 5 doaon clothes pins for 5
cents, but we will beat that, we will give you 5 dozen olothes pins
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 to carpet tacks. Don't forget us when you wsnt rugs,
go-cart*, clock*, baskets, abair seats, grips, trunks, china and glass*
ware, tin and granlteware, woodenware, fine or plain lamp, fancy
water sets, stationary, toilet combs and brushes, linen paper, cost
springs, suspenders, hosiery, handkerchief , tioe perfume, spectacles,
in tact, everything to ha fouod at a Racket Store. Weappreciate
the liberal patronage we have received and invite you to come to
our store wben you need any thin '/in our line. We will make it
pleasant as well as profitable.
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W« also hpvesome nice furniture ^ '¿took. We buy and sell second han i furniture
end stovi's. wben 'you want to eithe/yüy or tell please give us a call. ~
Don't forget the place, 120 North Travis,
opposite Yates' Shoe Store.
If You Want to SHOE Your
Children and SHOE Them
With SHOES That Will
Bit HIVE BUCKET STORE.
Wear and Last Weil,
BRING THEM TO ANDREWS'.
WE ABE MAKING A SPECIALTY OF
lO Worth Trltvla
foi? Sai© !
By CRO0KSHANKS & MOORE.
Over Anchor Corner, N, E. Corner Square, Sherman, Tex.
15—68 acres one mile from Van
tetyne, 55 acres in cultivation bal*
anejín timber pasture; 4 room bouse
wentoerboarded, canvassed and paper-
ed, cjbimney in center, spring in
horse lot, in good state of cultivation,
all fenced. Price $37.50 per acre.
One half cash,
17—140 acres six miles from Sher-
man, 100 acres in cultivation./Price
' $3500. *
18—1000 acres 23 miles northwest of
Gainesville, about half in cultivation
balance in timber and pasture, fou
tela of houses, large barn, plenty
water, Bois d' arc bsrbed wire fen
400 acres river bottom. This an b
had at a bargain. Write for terms a
23—145 acres between Collinsville
and Tioga, Texas, 65 acres in cultiva-
tion, 12 acres in paetnre, balance
T* timber, one mile from school house,
young orchard of 30 peach, 30 apple,
G plum and 6 pear trees, 60 grape
vines and black berry patch; small
two story frame house and Btable, two
good wells of soft water. This 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 m had at a good big bargain for
one-tbird cash and balance on good
time, write for prices.
29—102 acres 10 miles east of Sher-
man, 70 acres in cultivation, all un-
der fence, small house and barn.
This can be bad for $20 per acre, one-
fourth cash balance in five years at
six per cent.
31—890 acres, 840 in cultivation,
50 acres in timber, good quality of
black sandy land, in 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.
88—77 seres northeast of Sherman
and 4 miles southeast of Denison,
black sandy soil, 60 acres 4n cultiva-
tion, has a yonng 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
Cheatham's Laxative Chill Tonic
not a hastily gotten up to fill a long
felt want, but the result of fifteen
years careful research and experi-
ment. It will do all we claim, viz;
Cure chills and fever of malarial char-
acter, of all varieties. A trial nnder
guarantee is all we ask. Price 25c.
There are few if any who have not
or will not be afflicted with skin dis-
eases in some form. Hunt's cure i
an infallible cure for all forms of ru
taneous troubles. Quickly relieve*
and cures all itching sensasions, call
tbe tronble what you may. Easy to
apply and for external use only.
There were three misdemeanor in-
carcerations at the city jail yesterday
and last night. They were all from
Mrs. Agnes E. Minnear is dead.
She is tbe lady whose trouble with
screw worms was noted in yesterday'
Register. Mrs. Minnear was born at
Salem, N. C,, in October, 1886. She
oame to Texss in 1866.
Letter Whioh Explaiua Many Things
Which Have Been Talked About.
Fhkbhan, Texas, Aug. 1, 1900.
To the Old Settlers who compose the
Old Settlers' Association of Grayson
At a meeting tf tbe Trustees of
said association on the 25th inst., it
was thought advisable, owing to'mis-
representations made calculated to
prejudice^the minds of the old set
tiers against the action ot the Board
of Trustees in leasing the Old Set-
tlers' Park to the Young Men's Busi-
ness Club of Sherman, to issue a pa-
per in explanation oi said lease, that
yall may know what was done, and
the motive that actuated ssid trustees
in making said lease. The President
and Secretary were requested to per-
forra this duty.
Pint, We iound the association in
debt, notes snd accounts in the ag-
gregate amounting to $2,987.70.
From past experience we were fully
decided in our own minds that the
old settlers, nor new, would ever con-
tribute to meet these demands.
Second, We did not wish to have
the purchase money i otes sued on
and vendors lien foreclosed, (hereby
losing our park. *
Third, As a last resort we called
on the Young Men's Business Club
of Sherman to come to our relief,
which they did after a long while,
and a contract was agreed
upon by both committées and duly
signed by tbe president and secretary
of the Old Settler's Association and
president and secretary of tbe Young
Men's Business Club, leasing onr
park for twelve months from January
1,1900, to December 81, 1901, with
the privilege of extending léase an-
nually for six years more on same
conditions as first year's lease. They
assumed to pay on d rat year's lease
$674 06, amount of accounts due to
sundry individuals Ip this amount
is included a note given by the presi-
dent and secretary, Woods and Lov-
ing, for $146.85 for money to meet in-
terest due on land note for (866 66,
and amount due ATm. Lents for labor
Fourth, They are to pay this
amount each yesr nnd keep interest
paid up on $2,281 64 (.otes for pur-
chase money of Park, and other notes
for cash borrowed from the Merchants
and Planters Bank and Judge Hare.
Fifth, Under each contract at tbe
end of each year's lesse or leases, if
they decide to discontinue, all the
improvements thereon belong to the
Old Settlers Association.
Sixth, If they continue the lease
for tbe full S3 ven years, they are to
pay olf in full all tbe indebtedness
against the Old Settlers Association.
Sixth, They are to pay all of tbe
expenses of each of our annual reun-
ions, .furnishing wood, water, lights,
Old settlers, we are slware that the
trustees have been censured for their
actions in the premives by a number
of old settlers, but we feel assured
that most of you will change yonr
minds when the matter as contained
in this letter is fully understood.
Yours truly and fraternally,
J. D. Woods. President.
3. P, I.ovino, 8ec. aod Treas.
PRINCIPAL OBJECT OP THE PEEIS
EXPEDITION HAS NOW
AM Eli I CANS
England Wants a Partition and Wants
a Uunrunteo far the Ysng
Tse Valley as Hers.
By Scrlppa-lfcTU* Pre ^««ooMtlon.
Rerun, Sept. 1.—The German
government is preparing a counter
proposition to the Russian note fa-
voring a retirement from Pekin.
London, Sept. 1.—Tbe Spectator
today in an article evidently insp^id
says that England might be willing^
for Russia to acquire Manchuria and
aid Germany to acquire Shantung
province, if England is guaranteed
first lien on the Yang Tee Valley.
LoKENza MAKtiUEB, Sept. 1.—It is
reported that President Kruger, Pres-
ident Stey wand General Botha have
gone to Lydenburg, a place in liorth-
ernXransvaal long ago chosen by them
as a secure retreat.
London, Sept, 1.—The Central
News learns that England has decided
not to withdraw troops from Pekin
until after an.underatanding has been
reached with tbe Chinese government $giu a tour of the congressional die'
trióte of tbe State. He will speak but
St. P etekebuno, 8ept. 1.—'The Offi-
cial Messenger today publishes a note
to the United 8tates and other pow-
ers declaring that tbe principal object
of the Pekin expedition has been at-
tained. It also announced that Gen.
Linovitcb, the. Russian commander in
Pekin, has been ordered to transfef
tbe Russian legation from Pekin to
Washington, Sept. 1.—Russia re-
fuses to change her position. Amer-
ican troops will be removed from
Pekin, but not from China. General
Chaffee will transfer his command
to some convenient base and be pre-
pared to move should outbreaks occur
threatening American lives or inter-
Hhanohai, Sept. 1.—It is reported
that Tsung Yi Tu, belr apparent to
tbe Chinese throne, committed sui-
cide today. The Chinese imperial
court-is still at Tal Yuen Fu, in the
mountains, two hundred miles south-
west of Pekin.
Wseley Campaign Opened.
By flcrlppa-McRa* Pre AnaoMnOon.
Salt Lakb City, Utah, Sept. 1.—
John G. Wooley, Prohibition candi-
date for president, opened bis cam-
paign bare last night. His,address
conruted largely of an attack on Mc-
Kinley. ■ ■ "
Hy ScripfM-McHM Preas Anoclatton.
Glasgow, Sept. 1,—It is officially
admitted that there are twelve genu-
ine «ases of tbe bubonic plague In tbe
hospital here. There are many sua-
pec ted caaes. \!
, . . Earthquakes in üatíjpl^ví^
By 8ertpi -McIU* Pum AMOclation.
San Francisco, Sept' I.—-This oily
and vicinity experienced two shocks
of earthquake last night. They were'
slight, and no damage waa doue^||
deed Canse fer Aeliea.
I«r 8crli>p -MoHae Pr*aa AanoclaUon.
Chicago, Sept. 1.—-The report of
the coroners shows there were thirty-
four suicides in Chicago during Au
gust. Many of them' are attributed
to tbe extreoieJjeat^____
v í Close as a Claw.
By «crunm-McHu P* M Aaaoetatton.
N«w Yoki, Sept. 1.—John W.
Gates,, of the American Steel and
Wire Co , returned today from Eu-
rope. He refused to discuss either
business or politics.
1st the Time Ball Drop.
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Hy 8crtppi-McH« Pr*M AnocUtkin.
Mamila, Aug. 81.—Civil rule was
today inaugurated in the Philippines
under direotion of the Philippine
Commission, which assumes execu-
tive and appointive powers.
I'rob tble Cabinet Keethur.
Br 8orlpp*-McRM >p ¡* AMoetads*.
Washington, Sept. 1,—The Presi-
nt and Mrs. MoKinley, if the pres-
ent program is carried out, will leave
for Canton Tuesday. The president
will hold another oablnet meeting
Newell Is for Bryan.
By 8ortpp*-l<cR*« Prau AwocUtlon.
Nkw York, Sept. l.- Arthur8ewell,
Vies-Presidential candidate on the
ticket with Bryan in 1896, denies the
report that he is against Bryan, and
says the Nebraskan has no stronger
friend than he.
and this season's styles are very atti
buying shoes elsewhere yon are
to. drop in' an ■H
minutes I oan show you where
arehurd tofitorare " '
with "BEANE'S VEN
shoe at a reasonableprioe.
By Scrlppa-McRi* Pr«H AatooUtlao. ^
Chioaoo, Sept. .1.—On Monday
Adlai K Stevenson, the Democratic
candidate for Vice-President, will be
once a day tbe first week.
Alleged Raee Bleters.
By Snrlppa- IfcRa* PrtM AsMelatloii.
Akkon, O., Bept, 1.—Twelve of the
alleged raoe rioters arrested last
night all pleaded not guilty exoept
one, who acknowledged that be as-
saulted Prison keeper Washer. AH
were held in $10,000 bail.
The Caateea. .
By Borlppt-HcRa* PrtM AMOOlatton.
New Vouk, Sept. 1 --The alleged
reeotution of temperance women to
pray MoKinley oat of offioe has star-
tled the republican campaign mana-
gers, who have issued a statement in
whioh army canteens is defended as
"The Enlisted Man's Club."
Creker Bell en Bryan.
Br Sortplw-lteRa . Pre Amm-ladon.
New Yobk, Sept. 1.—Richard Cro-
ker's confidence that Bryan will be
the next president is represented by
twenty thousand dollars which he
has just wagered against fifty thou
sand of MoKinley money. Broker
Louis Wormser holds the McKinley
Laker Day la Chicago.
. By Bcrlppn-McIU* Vnm AMoeialloa.
Chicago, Sept. 1 .—Preparations
for a great labor day parade and de-
monstration are completed, and no
fewér than 85,000 persona are expect-
ed to be in line. Roosevelt will be
the first speaker'at the picnic, and
BwJü It is believed, will make an ad-
dreee about 4 o'clock.
Parties having real estate to sell
Will (So well to list it with J. P. Ger-
en, who is eng*god in the real estate
business on IV, He will advertise your
property without cost to you. Office
room 8, Murphy block.
SOUTHMAYO and SHERMAN, Moore Block, Grayson Co,
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MRS. CASTEEL BURNED. f
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She Made the Mistake of Trying to
Light a Fire With Oil.
Mrs, Frank Oaateel Was severely
burned yesterday evening about 6
o'clock by an explosion of oil. She
is resting pleasantly this evening, be*
ing soundly asleep when a ftamsTsn
reporter called at the house.
Mrs. Casteel endeavored to light
the atove at her home, 110 South
Walnut atreet, when the usual result
occurred. Mrs. Casteel's most ievere
burn Is on the arm, which is said I
be burned to a crisp.
The following was the range of ac-
tive futures on the Chicago Board of
Trade today: 'i . *'
The following market reporta are
furnished the Rboistia by Turner,
Wilson A Co., commission merohants.
Blrpe butldlng: 3* •" > <
Cot. ....... ...a
a«s .... .....
in e.w s m
7.U 7 Id
t 10 7.10
Tbs <* b qnoutlum Rimed;
Wheat 74 X, cora #4*. osla ilH.
lard*—, rltis, —,
Urerpool rutara* aponed sisa 1 ,
#MJ, / • . • -.■'K-
Jan-lab, Mi April-Har — Aa«, ——
Oot-Kor, 60-lj r«b-K foli, is; M y-Juoe —
AnR-Kapt.tüj Kor-D«i,4V4¡ r«ti-HarM¡
api-Mar, «-a Jaaa-Jnly —j s«pt Ovl, Si
Issraatad, damand. MlddUsf
WOO bl«; raaatpM, MMO bUiJAm tMto.
asar oslsaks ssors. '
Haw Orlssas-spoto wars asm, mlddllas
0?t. Sslss I07& bli. r
Todsr total —( last rssr 17,«O.
be 801,1 to HHRI -
County officials ard bi<
made all arran^w at
County court opens next
morning. Orlrtlnal cases will
up dur|ngO:th«''^i*^*< eki|,
Clark'Lon Tuok Is anxious ...
witnesses¡shell be here wltbon
ther notice. The elerk'e in
the matter la wholly of
natnre. He doee^ want anyk..
I-- ' ijWfl "g '¡""'«'IS"* !' *' 11 "
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Woodmen Circle, Violet Grove,:
11. To the officers and meat*
All atf cordially invited to at
social st Mrs. Frank «amble
lyi alréal Mondftv
asmf -SIWISIWS WSfWWV WS.VHW^
Bept, 8rd, at 7i80.
SovnsKtoir Maar Hamsli
Darrhoeaand klndree troubli
an inhalant it is unexoelU
terrb, headache and cold
head. Guaranteed. 80 and We i
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of buslnewl It Is no longer a
but a necessity in dally Ufe, Hke 1
or gits. Order one today from onr
local manager. ' ill
OUB I WMBNSg STOCK ftV
Ars now consolidated In our store « south side square.
Ing Is over, and wears ready for fall buslnsss, preparad to
mows, dining rooms and parlors to the qusen's taste.
ÍS WATCH THIS «PACE for future announcements.
HAYNES & SPORER,
South Sido Squere*
Best dark calicoes
I " Best dark dress gingbams lOe yard.
m**' J" ■ ' .' ;'-ti .r.v \
Best dark percales 6c yard.
Best outing cloths 8 t-3c yard.
Bebt Fruit Isoom domestic 8 1-Hc yard.
Best 10*4 bed spreads $1.00.
Best fringed bed spreads $1.60.
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Best 72-inch table linen 75c yard. .
~ Best hack towels$1750 dozen. '
• Best wool skirting* 30o, SSc and 40c yard.
Best children's taw 10c, l? l-2c and 15c pair.
Best quilt ealicoes 5c, 8c and 10c yard.
Bert apron check gingham 6c yf "
niji.s 1 i|- i iw'iiiji| riáyiiij^
Any Shirt Waist in the House at Half Price Monday.
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