Sherman Daily Register (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 214, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 15, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
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SHERMAN, TEXAS, TUE8DAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15, 1904.
We are very proud of the continuous admiration which is being
shown for our smart'eoats, suits and furs we are presenting this
It is true that we have made greater efforts than ever be-
fore, but that's the Murphy way—a little better each year.
in short, yi and full lengths, made of Meltons, Beaver Cloth,
Bear skin and Broad Foiled Velvet, all the leading shades, the
styles are box, Tourists, Buster Brown and Peter Thompson,
priced at $1.50, $2.50, $3.50 to- ••••< $9 00
in V\. full lengths. Norfolks and 27-inch solids and fancy mixtures,
any color desired, prices are $1.00, $3.50, $4.50 to $12 60
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The greatest values ever shown in Sherman. Tight fitting, half-
fitting, Box, Tourists and Norfolks, 27 to 42 inches in length,
made of Mannish mixtures (the season's craze) and solid colors,
priced at $4.50, $5.00, $6.50, $8.50 to $40 00
(the talk of fashionable centers) they speak for themselves, prices
$10.00, $12.50 to $25 00
in stocks, boas and four-in-hands, made of Brool; Mink, Raccoon,
table Fox, Squirrel, Baum Marten; medium, Y\ and full lengths,
^priced from $5.00 to... $50 00
Children's Furs Yets
in Brook Mink, Angora, Blue Hare and Squirrel, priced at 75c
to $7 00
Our Stock of
Is beyond reproach. We especially call your
attention to our leading makes
FRE.D S. TODD
La -FRANCE, SHOES
These shoes need no introduction, as they have been sold
extensively by us in Sherman.
IES' SHOES—For evening wear, Lonii XV hcelt, full
t and Patent Vamp with dull quarter*, Fred S. Todd $4-00 A
INO SHOES—High Milllt'ary heel*, new drop toe, patent
Kid, InTin and Black, Fred S. Todd «fl
style, patent Kid,
LaFRANCE SHOE—i* ihown in erery style, patent Kid, Patent coll,
I and Tarn Soles, low and Military heels snd is undoabtedly 0 Q AA
shoe ot the market for ........wvs v v
)—We are showing a Una of Ladies Shoes, embracing all
AT $2,00 «*d $2.S0—We an showing a Una of Ladles Shoes, embracing all
the styles shown in the higher grades. The qaallty of these shoes C O R A
hss been tsstsd snd the resait sstistsctory, see our offering st %2 r eCJ Vr
0«v goods CO
Ay £ A? /Vf ya,
"ALL THATV GOOD IN SHOES*
ly filed with the clerk ot the Fifteenth
district court as follow*--: David Sad-
ler vs. Ida Sadler and Jessie Moulilirop
vs. I. B. Moultnrop.
Sheriff Sumllln of Mood county is
In the city in attuudance upon the
Flfty-uinih district court.
Attorney J. P. Haven was in the
city yesterday afUmoou from Denison
giving attention to professional busi-
Constable Jas. H. Blggerstaff rami
in yesterday forenon from White-
George A. Dickerman, deputy coun-
ty clerk, is able to be out again after
an illness of several days.
Tax Collector Morrison states that
collections are coming in this scasou
at a very p.atisfactory rate.
Judge Rice Maxey came over yes-
terday forenoon from Denison to attend
to professional matters at court.
Hon. E. J. Smith is in the cif.y from
Denison attending court.
City Attorney Uen Savage was in
the city yesterday afternoon from
Attomey.L. Eppstein was in the city
yesterday from Denison giving atten-
tion to professional matters.
A Hot Blast Stove
Chief of Police Rhea of Fort Worth
1b in the city attending court In tae
Frank Goodwin cases.
With a front feed door so the fuel ban be fed to
it without smoking up the house. It is the t
Him. N. H. L. Decker of Denison was
engaged in connection with the courts
Hon. J. H. Randel was In the city
yesterday from Deniaon attending to
City Detective Potts of Fort Worth
is in Shertnan attending the Fifty-
ninth district court.
We Have National Air Tight Stoves for either Coal or Wood
Hardwicke-Etter Hardware Co.
The Best Heater on the Market
< Air Tiqht
Guaranteed to Always remain Air Tight.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
AT THE COURT HOUSE
8CENES OF ACTIVITY III COURT8
TODAY—DAMAGE SUIT IN
HEAVY PENALTY IS
Evanta of the Evening
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Machinists' Union No. 624, Bailey
There will be a called meet
ing of Travis Ixidge, No 117,
A. P. and A. M. at Masonic
Temple this (Tuesday)
i, , evening for work In the B.>
A degree. AH members requested to
be present. Visiting brethren cordial-
A. C. SANDERS, W. M.
C. M. TYLER, Sec.
Owing to the fact that the Masonic
Temple will be occupied this evening
by Travis I.odge, there will be no
meqtlng of Carpenter Chapter No.
183, O^ E^ S. o johnsoN w. M.
Sherman, Tex., Nov. 15.
College Hill iterary club.
Independent Order of Foresters will
hold regular meeting Wednesday night
November 16th. All members are urged
to be present, as Important business
is to be transacted and nomination
of officers for the ensuing ye«r. All
visiting members cordially Invited,
tabor hall at 8 p. m.
T. B. FULLER. C. R.
* J. V. KNOTT. R. 8.
J. C. LINXWILBR. F\ 8.
I Dr. P. F. Ellis, who has served the
peopie of Grayson county during the
past four years In toe capacity of coun-
tv clerk, stated this morning that his
books and records are r® dJ,1to
over to his successor In office, Mr-
Ed Balrd. Dr. Ellis will shortlyafter
the transfer of authority go to Chlck-
asha. I. T., and will likely not retuni
to Sherman until after the holidays
Th« many friends of Dr. Bills will
learn with regret of hla removal but
will follow him to his changed loca-
tion with beat wiSAes. During hla
Urtn of office Dr. Kills has added to
his already very large circle of Wends
and acquaintance# aad be will be
long and lovlifly remembered In
Man Heavily Fined and Qiven Tin-e
Jail for Alleged Local Option
Chas. Anderson, a white man resid-
ing at Denison, was convicted by a
jury this forenoon before Judge G. P.
Webb in the county court upon a
charge of local option violation. The
jury returning the verdict assessed
the punishment of Anderson at a fine
of $100 and a jail sentence of thirty
days. Tois Is perhaps the most severe
of any verdict returned in the court
since the inauguration of local option
In this county, and has created con-
siderable comment upon this account.
Attorney John Suggs was In the
cit> yesterday from Denison attending
to professional matters in connection
with the courts.
Constable W. Cree d Porter was in
the city yesterday from Pottsboro
looking after matters in his depart-
County Commiaaioners Busy.
Tho board of county commissioners
Is busy today with the count of gen
eral election returns. There are In
the city several minor prccinct offi-
cers who are awaiting their turn to
qualify for the stations to which they
have 'been elected after the returns
have been counted and results de-
clared. It is now deemed Improbable
that the present court will transact
other business aside from the county
as the members state It as their desire
to UTrn the administration to the new
board as soon as possible.
Evidence Being Heard.
Yesterday afternoon the case of the
State of Texas vs. Frank Gooelwln,
In which the defendant, negro, stands
charged with an assault to murder,
was placed on trial before Judge I.
M. Pearson In the Fifty-ninth district
court. The remainder of tho day was
given to the case and this afternoon
t'ne taking of olvidcnico is tftlll In
progress The case Is one In which
not a little* interest centers and a
number of spectators arc In attendance
upon the trial.
There was nothing doing this fore-
noon In police court. The cells are
empty and It seems If the present
strong demand for laborers continues,
so far as arrests for vagrancy are con
cerned, there will be an utter lack of
business. It can truly be said so far
as Sherman Is concerned at least that'
the Idler Is gone.
$30,000 Damage Suit.
Elmer Harper vs. the Missouri, Kan-
sas and Texaa Railroad company of
Texas Is the style of a damage suit
which Is on trial this afternoon before
Judge B. L. Jones In the Fifteenth
Judicial district The plaintiff In this
case alleges person!? Injuries and asks
for damages at the hands of the court
against defendant company In tbe sum
State of Texas vs. Chas. Bronaon la
the atyle of a suit occupying attention
In the county court before Judge u.
P. ebb this afternoon. The defendant
In this case, a resident of Denison, Is
charged with a violation of the local
Officer Deputy George Jenkins Is
engage*! today with the- quarterly re-
port from the snerlff's department.
The task is a very tedious one anil
contains a vast number of Items.
Attorney Robt, TlMff'lrom ln
city tbl Afternoon from DnnlBon at-
tending county court.
Mary Hoe>d vs. J. J. Hex>d Is the
style of a divorce suit filed this fore-
noon with the clerk of the Fifty-ninth
It is learned that Judge James More-
land will entertain the retiring com-
missioners' court at his home In Den-
ison tomorrow night. This gentleman
Is a member of the retiring board and
has made many additional friends by
bis frequent visits fo Sherman.
Hon. H. H. Cumctos Is In the city
"today from- Senison attetvUn* to pro-
fessional matters In connection witn
Nov. 2—H. C. Miller and wire, Den-
fjOV- 9—J), h. Coffman and wife.
Denison. twin boys.
Nov. 7—R. O. Owen and wife. Pilot
Nov. 12—G. Burleson and wife Basin
Nov. 7 Davis and wife, Sher
Nov. 5—J. Hackelman and wife.
Nov. t2—W. A. Martin and wire.
Nov. 5—Irvln Wain Ayres, 77 years.
Nov. 13—Mrs. M A. Welch. 69 yrs..
Nov. 3—Valanta Ruddle, 34 years.
Our Shoes Show
from those ordi-
narily sold at
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00.
rvWWWN * ^\JLT
Finish Tour Floorf
in paint, varnish, stain, or wax, and use Th$ Sk*rwin
Williams Modern Method Floor Fimthot.
For Peiatad PlaUh—lmlde Floor —tmi S-Mr. ihuoi 'too* Hmr
Porch Floor*— Tmi a-sr. fo«c* Hooi ton
Per VaraUbed Plalsk—Natural—«4«-aor, ■ duraNe floor Tarnish.
Stained—fiooano, Main and varniu combiMd
For Waxed Flnlah-r«r t w. Hoot mi
For UnalfhUy Cracks la OM Floora-fa «-ar. Omw «« Urn Huu
A complete line ot finishes for any atyle and any
floor, old or new.
Two divorce suits have been recent'
"Our New Man"
Democratic Ticket Elected.
The board of county commissioners
concluded the count of ballots ln all
precincts at 4 o'clock this afternoon
and declare tnat all democratic nomi-
nees In Grayson county elected.
Paul Quiessenbery, who has been
for more tnan eleven years connected
with tho Blnkley hotel barber shop,
has bought a half Interest In the Kast
Side barber shop. He and Mr| Henry
Freelertch are now sole owners of the
Prof. O. W. Flemming, who has been
seriously Hi with an attack of typhoid
fever, Is much Improved at present.
His many friends hope tnat he will
sewn be able to be out again.
NBXT PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE
Territory Democrat Saya South Must
Hereafter Name the Man
Muskogee, I. T., Nov. 14—Judge C.
B. Stewart, one of the leading demo-
cratlc politicians of InAlan Territory,
la out In an Interview on the result of
the election. He atates that the next
democratic nominee for president must
oobm from south of the Mason and
That the Sooth haa stood solid ever
ice tile war, and haa asked nor re-
vived nothing; and that now It In
time that the South demand IU Just
dues. He any* both the Swt and the
West have failed to produce a lender,
and he wapta one of the old time
Southern type of leaders SI the head
of national democracy.
.Get color cards from
R. A. GIBBS.
THE NEW 6ASIIBHT
you should Use them
The Sherman Gailiikt ft Fuel Co.
Win. J. McCorkindale, General Msnsgsr.
The lost Complete Line o. Tablets aii Box Paper li the City.
sheeheys ORtia store
Kasth aide ef««a *a. Wieses
Why Drudge, Why Worry
Change your own conditions. Adopt the BLBCTRIC
LIGHT in your home and cast out the worrysoroe drudg-
ery that is attendant with the : oil lamp. It's a saving.
Sherman Gas &• EJectric Co.
R. B. STICHTER, General Superintendent.
J. r. ROSS, Cashier.
If it's Lankford ft Bataell, you are getting
the right kind of drags. There are co de-
ceptions practiced beneath this toof. Cen*
tinued success demomtisiee that there is
"growth in truth and reliability"
ing a first-class pharmacy.
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