The Denison Daily Herald. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 221, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1907 Page: 5 of 8
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MOST OF OUR PROFITS ON
IT'S TIME V°
ENJOY THIS DELICIOUS BLEND AT SOC A
URN DE8ERVE8 ANOTHER. DON'T YOU
ERE TRYING IT?
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THE DEOT8QW PAIL'
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THURSDAY, MARCH 28.
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To fight the flics and mosquitoes.
We can furnish you with the neces-
sary implements of war, such as
WIRE CLOTH, ETC.
Gentlemen, your Easter suit will not bo complete without a pair
((lowshoes. We can show you the lines of throe good manufacturers
10 wiect from.
J. k M. patent kid, the new swagger low-shoe last
fi patent kid
S T. IX Bsrry patent colt,
the new spike lasts at
85 50 11
1 In all of
colt, vlci kid and gun metals at $3.00 anw 53 59
Ioldrick Swan I!
The Ladies" sowing Society will meet
at| No. (05 West Chestnut street.
Denlson Branch, L. A/to It. M. A., bo-
ciai meeting, home of Mrs. W. O.
wku 8'U8t>1'' VVo8t Morgan street.
. e H lse Grove No. 4, W. c., regu-
lar meeting, Woodmen Hall.
Choctaw Tribe No. 18, J. O. R. M., reg.
ular meeting, o. it. C. Hall.
i/enlsoti Council No. 860 K. of C.
regular meeting, K. C. Hall.
Local No, 371, B. of C. & J., regular
meeting, Labor Hall.
Special Convocation Denlson Chapter
No. ],J8, It. A, M., Masonic Hall.
New Orleans, La., .March 28.—To-
night and Friday, partly cloudy
100 DOZEN 80UP DISHES—100 DOZEN
Regular price 10c each; our price at the
BLUE FRONT RACKET STORE
220. Main Street
mee this Week 6c each, 30c a set. Now Is the time to buy croquet
•eta. Ice cream freezers, balls and bats. Another lot of cups, saucers
wd pl tee—18 pieces for 60c. Brooms cheap. Seo us before you buy.
Wt cut the price. Yours,
Denlson-- DAVIS & KOTE -Texas
^.Beautify Your Yard.... ♦
!;*H|«ojiie flowers and get your seeds here. We are headquarters for
flotirtnd garden seeds. Bulk sweet pea seeds of all kinds. You get
i of them and a better quality.
TRACY & CO. s,
P #f people are taking In !
pninL Take a good look -
crowds. That ain't half !
«e that use and appre- <
" Rood wood and coal. 4
1 Ton tried us?
• W. CARVER
JW —t of
No. 138. R. A. M..
'Masonic hall Thurs!
day evening, 28th
Inst, Work In Royal
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invited to at-
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Now located in the Elks' Build- @
Ing, 202 East Houston street. S
Handsome undertaking parlors. ®
Phone calls answered day and g;
night. Competent funeral dl- ®
rector and enibalmcr. Jjj
IKE LIINDSEY, I
County olflcorB raided two poker
games on Maiu street last night.
Ellen, the three-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William Leonard, Is
very ill with measles. •
Two Mexicans were before Judge
George F. French Wednesday and
were lined $16,40 each on a charge of
A complaint was filed in the court
of Justice George P, French this morn-
ing against a man charged with dis-
playing a revolver.
A largo nun>ber of improvements
are being made In the city at the pres-
ent time, among them being the laying
of several brick walks.
Two fights were pulled oft last night
on Rusk avenue, just south of Main
street, and the combatants were ar-
rested by county officers.
The regular meeting of Denlson
Lodge No. 3, Knights of Pythias, was
held in K. of p. hall last night and
regular business transacted.
W. H. Brazile, a former resident of
Denlson, has been appointed as man-
aging salesman for the Singer Sewing
Machine company at Gainesville.
Take an Outing
take along some of the following
Country Club sliced chicken
and tongue, ,veal lo^f, chicken
pate and ham, lunih tongue,
boned turkey, potted turkey, pot-
ted ham, cottage loaf and corned
Try a can of W hite Swan pork
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Tony Hill Grocery
J. Whitehurst, Prop.
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PHONES NEW AND OLD.
(We are pleasiug tho public
because we' try.)
Remember the Alamo
We handle tho famous Alamo
blend of coffee. Try one can
and you will be our customer.
—This coffee Is blended by an
export and contains the highest
grade of pure Mocha and Java.
Its quality makes it a friend In*
J. B. ORR
• New Phone 75, old 332.
_on of your homo when it is
: walls and ceilings are artistically
have a line of wall papers that
In their pleasing and harmonious
iave never sold fine wall papers as
rest Main street.
CONTRACTING PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
toy figures before yon let your workH
w ngures oeiore you iei jour
In tho court ofl Justice J. R. Pros
ton this morning ^ plea of guilty was
entered by a man! up -for intoxication
and a fine of |16.<}0 was assessed.
There will bo services at. Saint
Luko's Church Good Friday at 10 a. in.
Also Passion Service from 12 m. to 3
p. m., to which every one Is Invited.
The Wednesday Afternoon Club en-
joyed a skating party at the rink Wed-
nesday venlng, about twenty-five cou-
ples being in attendance.
Oscar Scales, formerly of this city,
is now employed as a lineman for tho
Southwestern Telegraph and Tele-
phone Company at Mundav, Texas.
Prince Davis, the negro who shot
and killed James Glover about a week
ago, Is still at large and the officers
huve no clue as to his whereabouts.
"Bud" East, a member of tho police
force, was off duty Wednesday night
on account of being confined to his
home on East Morgan street with ill-
Deputy County Commissioner Hob-
son nnd an assistant wero in tho city
today checking up the criminal dock-
ets of Justices J. R. Preston and
George F. French.
The grounds used by tho carnival
during the remainder of the week will
be sprinkled In the afternoons, which
will be of great benefit and comfort to
the people visiting tho attractions.
The ladies auxiliary of St. Luke's
Church yesterday shipped to the St.
Matthcws's Orphan's Home at. Dallas
a large box of clothing and other use-
ful articles. It was a free will Easier
Dr. J. C. Carter has been appointed
by Congressman Hale, of tho second
congressional district In East. Tennes-
see, ns a delegate to the Anti-Tubercu-
losis 1/-ague, which meets at Atlantic
City, N. J.. June 1 to 4.
Sanford Robinson, who was serious-
ly hurt by a blow on the head almost
two weeks ago. and who has been
confined /dnce that time, steadily Im-
proves and It Is thought that he will
be able to be out within the next few
A small blaze started last night at
the carnival by some woodwork on a
shooting gallery facing on Main street
becoming ignited. The blaze was ex-
We want your prescriptions to com-
pound and we promise you pure, fresh;
full strength drugs—and no substitu-
tions. Don't forget that this is tho
business In which quality counts
most, tad still you're not qualified to
judge of what you'ro getting. You
must not only depend upon the Judg-
ment and competence of some one
else—reliability m«st bo considered.
M^e^belleve thoso who know us wll|
+ recommend us for all thea« things
Sea & Noe
"We Save Your Lift."
tinguiBhed Without any damage and
with the aid of the fire depart-
Tho condition of Chief of Police
John James, who has been ill for the
pust few days at his home on East
Crawford street, shows no sign of im-
provement today and It will be several
days before he will be able to resume
his regular duties.
Georgo B. Btoner of Humboldt,
Kan., father of George Stoner of this
city, and Mrs. J. T. Preshaw of Cor-
nish, Iowa, wei'e married Tuesday at
Cornish. Mrs. Preshaw was formerly
a resident Of Denlson. Mr. Stoner has
been agent for the Missouri, Kansas &
Texas at Humboldt for years.
Louis Smallwood, colored, was Wed-
nesday afternoon given a preliminary
examination Jn the court of Justice J.
R. Preston on a charge of burglary.
The ovldence was sufficient to war-
rant his being held for tho district
court. •His bond was fixed at $500.
Frank M. Mayfleld, an attorney
from Indiana, who is sojourning here
for the benefit of his health, after re-
turning from a drive to the country
last evening was seized with a sudden
illness and has since been confined to
his room at the boarding house of
Mrs, McDaniels on Crawford street.
The promiscuous poisoning of val-
uable dogs, which has been occurring
very frequently of late, is surely go-
ing to get someone into serious trou-
ble pravlded It Is not stopped. Sever-
al dogs have been killed in this man-
ner and last night, a fine bird dog
owned py J. W. Madden was poisoned.
Miss Ina Boll JOsselyu, daughter of
Mr. aridlMrs. .a P. Josselyn, and Wi-
ley S. Siiencer Of Kansas City, will be
married Isunday, March 31, In this
city. They will be at homo after
April 15, It No. 132 'fiouth Drury, Kan
sas City. I Mr. Spencer is city secre
tury for tpe Y. M. C. A. in Kansas
First Lieutenant G. I. Feeter of tho
United States army recruiting service
at Dallas visited the local recruiting
office today and accepted two enlist-
ments, Lawrence B. Carpenter of
Sherman, who enlisted In tho infantry
for Philippine service, and Edward
Mullen of Indianapolis, Ind., who en-
listed in the coast artillery.
W. H. Graham, of the prospecting
firm of Stalli H Graham, who are drill-
ing for oil on the farm of William Eas-
ton, nine miles northwest of tho city,
was here today on business matters
and In a talk with a reporter for the
Herald stated that they had gone to a
depth of 400 feet, and that prospects
looked mighty good. It Is hardly ex-
pected, however, to get any develop-
ment under 800 feet. Two small pock-
otB of gas have been struck since
The meeting of the Civic Improve-
ment League, which has been postpon-
ed from Friday to next Monday after-
noon at the XXI Club, will be one of
the most, important business meetings
of the year and a full attendance Is
utged.Tho new executive board, form-
ed of the late appointments of repre-
sentatives from the various women's
organizations of the city, will be or-
ganized, and the committees for the
new year's work will be announced.
Especially Important are the appoint-
ment of the different committees for
tho flower show work.
"I bought a fifty-cent bottle of Ko-
dol and the benefit I received all tho
gold In Georgia could not huy. In
Hired months I was well and hearty.
May vou live 1on« and prosper."—C.
N. Cornell. Rodlna, Ga„ 19'>t; Kodol
for dyspepsia Is sold by all druggists.
Card of Thanks.
W« wish to thank our friends and
neighbors and especially tho teachers
and pupils of the Peabody school for
their beautiful flowers nnd many acts
of kindness and sympathy shown us
during our recent great bereavement
In the loss of our little daughter nnd
Mrs. H. R. Cummings
M. D. Brazile Is at Bonha,m today on
A. S. Noble of Preston was In tho
O. K. Dickinson of Muskogee, I. T.,
arrived last night for a short visit.
T. H. Sears of Whltewright was
amon& the visitors In the city today.
F]. H. Umholtz of Tishomingo, 1. T.,
spent last night iu the city on busi-
ness. . - 1
J. C. Jones of Bonham was In the
city this morning mingling witA
Mrs. Blaine Brown of Sherman is
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. B. Williams,
on West Candy street.
Mrs. Robert S. Yancey and baby of
Dallas are the guests of her parents,
Col. and Mrs. R. C. Foster.
Ben Cary of Memphis, Tenn., a
brother-in-law of J. S. Koue, passed
through the city Wednesday en route
to South Texas.
Mrs. Frank C. Cornell of Ithaca, N.
Y., who has been visiting her brother,
R. C. Hoarne and family left today for
Dallas, where she will visit relatives
for some time.
Mr. and Mr . Frank C. Miller, No.
1631 West Owings street, returned last
night from Houston. They were ac-
companied by Mrs. Archer, who will
spend a few days here during the car-
ANOTHER HILL-KATY RUMOR
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Letter to W. M. Nagle,
Dear Sir: The cheapest thing in
tho way of sending anything over the
world Is a postage stamp; and the
cheapest way to shed water is paint.
Not whitewash; paint. Do you ha|>-
pen to know—It don't belong to your
business to know about paint, you
know—do you happen to know that
most of the makers of paint stuff it
out with lime and clay anil sand and
water and air?
They do stuff It out in the can; but
not on the house. They mako more
gallons to sell or to buy; more money
to pay for paint; more money to pay
for putting It on; a good deal more
money to pay for putting It on; but
no more beauty; moro rust; decay;
Devoe Is your paint, because It's all
paint, no sham, and full-measure.
18 F. W. Devoo & Cb.
P. S.—W. M. Esler sells our paint.
been appointed general freight and
passenger agent for the Colorado
Southern, New Orleans and Pacific,
with headquarters In this city. The
appointment becomes effective April
1, and was made by George A. Clark,
first vice president and general mana-
ger of the Colorado Southern, >iew Or-
leans and Pacific,
Preparations are being made, at Dal-
las for thy locomotive engineers' meet-
ing in National union by a committee
of tho International Brotherhood of
Locomotive .Engineers and a commit-
tee of the Dallas Commercial Club.
Tho meeting will be May 28 to 30,
On the executive committee are J. W.
Corii and James Bruce of Denlson and
E. Corrigan of Hillsboro, Governor
Campbell will deliver the address of
DeWitt's Little Early Risers scatter
tho gloom of sick headache and bil-
iousness. Sold by all druggists.
For men and women.. Baity'a ad.
The dance at Woodlako for Friday
night has been postponed until Friday,
April 5.# 28-2t
For men and women. Balty's ad.
Tho Herald will buy a few more
clean whlto rags.
For men and women. Balty's ad.
Remember the egg hunt Saturday
afternoon at the Presbyterian Church.
Lawn Mower Season
Has commenced. Wo are better
prepared to sharpen and repair them
than ever before. Satisfaction guar-
Also horseshoeing nnd tire setting.
009-211-213 W. CRAWFORD.
Nuggets from Success Magazine.
The sun never sees tho dark side of
Books are lighthouses erected on
the groat sea of time.
He who estimates his money tho
highest values himself the least.
Svory time you get mad and break
loose there Is a circus and you are Its
Live, laugh and love. There'll come
a time when you can't.
If college life did nothing else but
to show tho student that there is some-
thing better in life than mere money
making, than the pursuit of a sordid
aim and tilling up of dollars, it would
justify its existence a thousand times
"Sculpture is tho Simplest thing In
the world,"' says a rustic; "all you
liavo to do Is to tak^ a big chunk of
marble and a hammer and chisel,
make up your mind what you are
about to create, and then chip off all
the marblo you don't want."
For weak kidneys and lame back
use DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills. Best for lumbago, rheumatism
and bladder. Sold by all druggists.
For men and women. Baity's ail.
Road The Herald and keep posted.
We went Into this business In a
nice quiet way. Didn't mean to dl«-
turb the peace of anybody and find
that wo raised all kinds of noises.
Kind of a mixture, but after assorting
them, find most of them In our favor.
The truth of the matter ls^that tho
day of big profits In the racket busi-
ness Is over In Denlson. All we want
Ih a little profit on each article, but
we want to «ell IoIh of them and mod-
ern business methods will do It. Buy
until March 30th
20 percent Discount
After that at the lowest possible price
consistent with good quality.
"Where a Nickel Takes the Place of
Tho Palace Hotel Is across tho street
l Shields & Short *
Pictures, frames and mouldings.
Both telephones 127.
425 Main Street
you must have something tp.pat.
For good groceries at reasonable
Brown & Son.,
601 S. Armstrong Ave.
WELL, our wives have talked us
Wo believe that is what they
call tlu3m, so here wo go, sink or
swim. We will try to produce
one Thursday, March 28, from 3
to 10 p. m. Now we never at-
tended but one of tho things and
that was Knight's and never
found but one thing open and
that was tho door, but let that be
as It may, wo are going to have
one and we want you to lay
aside your knitting and come. If
you have not got ono of those
milk crock hats come barehead-
ed or wear your sunbonnpt We
want to seo you. We may over-
look some things, not having
been raised up with an opening
but we will iname It opening any
way. You must bo sure Wand
cotne and then tell us after it's
over what we lacked. It will be
no small amount of trouble to us
'cause wo lu^vo been cleaning
our person anil store for several
daysi You must make ono visit
\ to just about the only store In
i town 'cause we are going to give
an opening you're wanting to seo
lat sights you will be tickled to
Remember you are welcome to
328-330 MAIN ST.
JUST ABOUT THE ONLY
STORE IN TOWN.
represent tho highest typo of scien-
tifically Improved methods of cook-
ing with gasollno. They consume a
larger percentage of air and a small-
er percentago of gasoline than any
other make. In addition to our large
line of new gasolino Btoves wo havo
about fifty good second hand ou«s.
Many of them as good as new at about
half tho price,
Chas. H. Jones.
Vudor Porch Shades
Keep out thy sunshine and let In
the breeze; protect you from the ga^o
of passers-by and allow you free, ob-
servation; make your porch tho most
comfortable part of your home. You
can't- afford to be without" them.
Chas/ H. Jones
It only takes a moment, for
the doctor to read his prescrip-
tion to us over the phone. wo're
prepared to take it down quick-
ly and compound the prescrip-
tion promptly and carefully. In
a few minutes the boy will be
on the way with the medicines,
we use only tho purest Ingre-
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i People's Pharmacy i
PECK, The Jeweler,
.. WA TCHES..
We save you money In tho
purchase of a flno watch. Call
and get our prices.
Peck, The Jeweler
228 MAIN ST.
Orange Cane Seed.
Amber Cane Seed.
Kaffir Corn. Alfalfa Seed.
If you are not equipped for
let us sell you one of our extra
fine feather dusters and a nice
soft chamois cloth. A large line
Reynolds Drug Co.,
225 West Main. Denlson, Tex.
I treat, this habit under strict guar-
antee, Any reference you want. Write
for free book on the "CIGARETTE
dr. j. s. HILL,
HANDSOME SKIRTS I
D Have you seen our lino of skirts? Aren't tl«\v swell?
Everyone kjivs thev are .so they must he. Another evidence is &)
j| their mpiil sole. Voiles ami paniHiias with every little point
that's l'nshiontihl)'. -.Miiile to lit vim hv the lailnr. A
MRS. S.J. ROCKWELL'S
Fashionable Millinery 216 Main Street
Is so good and stands this climate so well that you should not. be
willing to have your houso painted with anything else, .lust lots of
Denlson people are realizing this and Crescent paint Is In greater
demand than ever before. I /
ESLER'S PAINT STORE
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