The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 296, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 11, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DAILY gESPBBIAH, OAJKBSTmLE, TEXAS.
A3 WELL A3
There will be a hot time in our s'ore the rest of
thii month, and we invite the lovers of the useful as
well is beautiful, to cill around.
The finest lin* in the
all sizes, and all
Solid gold or filled cases,
solid silver, prices langing
from $5 to $z5o.
We have several haudred suitable
For men, women and children, from 25c to $25.
Combination c ird cises with
With g Id, silver.
old and silver cc r- p.arl and
o ti> 5-5.
Three Reasons Why You Should
Buy from Us.
I'irst —We have no pawn shop, and all our goods are m\v.
Second—W o guarantee the quality of every artirle we sell
and will refund money if not satisfactory
Ihird — Our novelties are the latest productions of the (.astern
and foreign manufacturers.
A splendid se'ection of all
the latest designs.
A stock unequalled by any
other in the city.
We are headquarters for
! DAILY HAPPENINGS.
We have a new and
attr; ctive line of
for evening wear.
Our line of Ladies and Chil-
ian's Leggings and
We have everything in the
On December 2lst and 22 nd the
Cotton Belt will tell round
TO THE OLD STATES
at one f-*re for the ronnd trip.
The tickets will be pood to retnrn
any time within thirty days.
The Cotton Belt Las made ar-
rangements to famish plenty of
through coaches for the>e excur-
sions, ro that everybody will have
I'LENT* OF ROOM.
The«e cars will run through
from Texas to nearly all poiuts on
the principal railways in the old
states, so that passengers will not
only have plenty of room, but
will have comfortable seats
through to thoir destination with-
out change of cars aud will be
saved all worry about missing
THE RETURN TRIP.
The Cotton Belt is the only line
making sure and direct double
daily connections with all Texas i us. Also
lines on the return trip. You , ()ysters, Celery, Choice Meats
To Catch Fish
But it's still more
fun to eat fish.
We keep fresh fish of all sorts.
Fish for the man who doesn't want
to catch them, aud fish for the
man who wants to catch them and
doesn't. There's nothing more
delicious, wholesome or appetiz-
ing than delicately browned, but-
tered fish, fresh an I tender. If
you want that kind, come and see
106, East California street.
Raiser & A1.wood
( The old Swiss Bakery stand)
Kill their own meat and man-
ufacture their own sau-
Short News Items For the
.Busy People of Gaines-
C. L. Dickerman was much im-
proved yesterday and able to take
a little nourishment.
Hand in your Snnday advertis-
ing early. If you have not time
to write it just telephone for the
J. W. Osborne of Callisburg,
was on trial in the district court
yesterday. Ho is charged with
having two wives. The case was
given to the jury late in the even
ing, but no agreement was reach-
Mr. Erhnman of Taggert, Ehrn
man & Co., disposed of his inter-
est here and left yesterday for
Marshall, Mo., and from there
will go to Booth America to join
his brother who is in business
Mrs. Carpenter, an employe at
the steam laundry, was caught in
the machinery yesterday and one
hand was badly torn and mashed
before assistance could reach her.
A physician was suirmoned and
dressed the injured member.
The Katy yesterday placed a
watchman at the California street
crossing and will station one on
Broadway today, the expense to
be shared by the Santa Fe. This
is a step that should have been
taken months ago. While no se-
rious accidents have happened
there have been several narrow
escapes. With a watchman there
can be no possible excuse for run-
ning into danger.
Three shots in quick succession
ilrew a large crowd to the corner
of California and Denton street-
last night at 7:30. The cause oi
the excitement was an attempted
escape of a prisoner whom Depu-
ty Goodwin was escorting to jail.
Just as the pair reached the res
taurant corner the prisoner shed
his coat and disappeared in the
darkness. Goodwin fired, adding
greater speed to the man. After
a short run the man was captured
on Elm street, in the rear of Rack-
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take C'.iscaiets Candy Cathartic. Wc ur Sc.
If C. e. e. fail to cure. druKinsts refund money.
Monday, December 13.
And Sheep, Veal and
Poultry of all kinds.
Fish and Oysters.
of All Kinds at the
Fulton Meat Market.
should look after the comfort of
your trip back as well as your go-!
Through chair cars (free) and |
Pullman sleepers will ne on all
trains. Any railroad agent in
Texas will sell ><>:; tickets via the
Cotton Belt if yon ask for them
For full information about rates,
time table*, through c.ir arrange-
ments, see any Cotton Belt agent,
8. O. W akner,
Gen. Pass. Agent, Tyler, Texas.
A. A. Glibbox, Traveling Pass.
Agent, Fort Worth, Texas. ! ChlneSB SaCred ILilUeS,
—offers iju1.b3 of
Pure Hog Lard. Will try
best to please you.
Telephone. Free delivery
any part of the city.
News and Opinions of
ALONE CONTAINS BOTH.
Daily by mail $6 a year
Daily and Sunday by mail $8 a year
The Sunday Sun
Is the greatest Sunday newspaper
in the world. Price 5c a copy.
By mail, $2 a year. Address The
Sun, New York.
Dick Wiggins will Sunday in
J. T. Burgher has retured from
Capt. E. T. Morris has returned
from his ranch.
Mrs. L. H. Matbis is visiting
her brothers here.
Mrs. Edwin Rines of Nocona is
visting in the city.
Claude Weaver of Pauls jValley
was shaking hands with his many
J. P. McBee, an old friend of
tne Hesperian, was in town Fri
day and ordered the Hesperian
sent to him during the campaign
year of '98.
The Cemetery association has
undeitaken a noble work and all
help given it will be greatly ap-
preciated. Let every family iu
town be represented at the spell
ing Dee nex^ Tuesday night, by at
least two of its members. You are
promised lots of fun for ten cents
Want a Trade
I will trade my home place in
Gainesville for a good farm of
about 150 or 200 acres and pay
tne balance in ca«l>.
f7 Bent Rooerts.
Good Inmp coal $ I a ton at the !
shed. 5 W. S. Garvky. j
The la'lies of the Denton street1
Presbyterian church will give a
■upper on Thursday, the 9th, in
the vacant, building next to the
Hesperian office from 5 to ll
15c each, 3 for 40c.
Hyacinths at 75c and
$1.00 por dozen.
Tulip Narcissus 50c doz.
Crocus 10c, Scilla 20c
And many other varieties for f;»l!
Good times have com" to those
whom Hood's Sarnaparilla has
cored of scrofula, catarrh, dys-
pepsia, rheumatism, weak nerves
or some other form of impure
Hood's pills are the only pills
to take with Hood's Saisaparilla.
Easy and vet efficient.
Oar heating stoves are going
very fast at the reduced prices.
Da not delay if you want a bar
fain in heating stoves, at Stevens,
Xennerly & Sprxgins Co.
$2.50 Per Dozen.
Choice Cut Flowers and blooming
The newest and most charming
holiday gift, is the "Remembrance
Calendar for 1898," comprising
twelve exquisite art studies. The
tlora of each separate month, en-
riched with appropriate quota-
tions from standard authors.
Price one dollar by mail.
H. M. Crider & Co., Publishers,
"iork, Pa. 25
A very fine selection of Palm
and other house plants. Bouquets
and floral designs. Orders by
'phone 63 promptly attended.
10 bars good laundry soap, 25c,
at R. O. Denton's. 11
My Home for .bale.
A four roomed house, three
acres of land, together with out-
buildings, one mile south of town
on Denton road. For terms ap-
ply to Frank Morris.
d23 Alice D. Est eh.
40 cords of dry Cross Timbers
wood at the brick yard at once.
Stevens, Kefnerly & Spkagins
be almost en-
Wine of Cardai~
rel ieves ex-
ers. It gives
puts ♦hem in
condition to do their work
perfectly. That makes preg-
nancy less painful, shortens
labor and hastens recovery after
child-birth. It helps a woman
bear strong healthy children.
has also brought happiness to
thousands of homes barren for
years. A few doses often brings
joy to loving hearts that long
for a darling baby. No woman
should neglect to try it for this
trouble. It cures nine cases out
of ten. All druggists sell Wine
of Cardui. fi.oo per bottle.
We will engrave
ree of charge.
Opera - House
john hulen, manager.
We've Reached the
Point this season
Where excellence, elegance end lew prieet
in our incomparable stock of
Ladies' and Gents' Shoes.
^ME variety is limited only by the laws of fashion. The standai4
is our own high quality. To sell you a better shoe than you raa
possibly buy elsewhere for the same money is an easy matter. We've
done that for years. To sell yon a better shoe than we've ever sold
you before is our ambition—we have reached it. We are doing It.
We can do it now. Try ns and see."
. . . Ladies . . .
Each grade represents the best in the union for the price asked.
Our guarantee gees with Ike cheapest as well as the most expensive.
Grand Special Sale!
108 paii*s Ladies' i)ark Green,
Lace, Kangaroo stock, Queen
pattern, stock tip, very swell. A $4.00 value for $2.99
r y "CATHARTIC ^
The Dramatic Event of
First apprarance in this city of
America's representative trage-
Mr. Walker Whiteside,
And a carefully selected
company of players in , , . T . .
You know we are "going to move January 1st to the
Shakespeare's Immortal Tragedy, j Honeycutt livery stable corner and is
No Advance in Prices.
Cheaper to Sell Our
Stock than Move It
will not be duplie^ed
and we are going to make prices that
Friday's Hesperian contained
aj a news item, "Dr. Hart at Ed-i
wards' drug store has heard
Hawks and highly commends)
him." This was inserted at my
suggestion so that Gainesville j Of a fine ccok stove while they go so cheap. Give your baby,
your girl, your boy, your wife or sweetheart
Make Your Wife
people might know that Hawks
w is no stranger to some of ourl
own people, feeling sure anyone]
would be glad to help the associa-
tion with a kind word. Dr. Hart
has heard Hawks and does com-
mend h:m, but, unfortunately, I
did not know of his modesty or|
objection to assisting the associa-
tion iu advertising its meritorious |
talent, hence this apology to Dr.
Hart. Frank Dunn.
Whille we are selling them below the cost to manufacturers.
You know we have them in any style, any price. We
will give you the value of your dollar.
Frlurate Your lluwelt AVItli Canon ret*.
Candy Oathartir, euro constipation forever.
10c, 25c. if C. c. c fail, druggists refund money.
For sdrice In case* requirinf apachl
directions, address, firing symptoms,
the " Ladles' Advisory Department,"
The Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chatta-
Mrs. LOUISA HALE,
or Jefferson, G*., cays:
" When I first took Wine of Cardui
we had been married three years, but
could not have any children. Rlne
months later I had a Hoe girt baby."
Buy your hnsband a line pocket
knife or lazor for an Xmas pres
ent from W. H. Kay's 25
Up-to-Date Hardware Store.
Office of First National Bank
Gainesville, Texas, December
A meeting of the stockholders
of this bank will be held
Tuesday, January 11, 1898,
at their banking house, between
the hours of 10 "o'clock, a. m.,
and 1 p. m., for the purpose of
electing seven directors to serve
the ensuing year.
Wm. Worsham, Cashier.
The salvation army will give a
coffee and cake supper Saturday
night, December 11th. Tickets
10 cents. Will also have an en-
rollment of members. E/ery one
invited. J. I. Gabsaway, Capt.
A bird dog jumped on the
north bound Santr , Fe train Tues-
day morning. Leave description
with Agent Fenelon.
We have just opened a big line of hnnting "coats, hat*,
caps, leggins, shot guns, targtt guns and rifles; ju:t the very
thing for a nice Christmas present.
: & Spragins Co.
DH. r£Pr"CFe 5
Wv.4* Ti"A jVjQV
MJ a Ml i .** S /V. 3 <3 I S aa_«_VJe
titW ritenVEGY. «rver fmis;
i « ... A new. reliable and ?*ale »©liaf
i ™ •) «c#ntT or jaiD-
f-:l menstruation. Now u by ow
Lapie*. ln*iiroret«* thw*®
or*an*. lefase of ^Kor.jiocjlM-
itatio?;*. $2 icr box. small *>oy V-
Prepaid in plain wrapper. Bjjd JcUl
elamp* 'or particulars. Ph* FEB
MEDICAL ASSN. Chicago. I1L
Sold by H. W. Stark Drug Co.
The Carver hand loaded Shells
have the highest killing powers,
no recoil, always reliable. Shoot
Stevens, Kennekly &
Saves your time, . .J2
Brines new customer*,
Hetains old one*,
And eenerally Inbriratee
wheels of businee*.
Over 9000 telepnoaes !■
Use the long distance U
to fcll points cos—cted with the
South wee tern Telegraph
tern. C. W. Stewait,
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The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 296, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 11, 1897, newspaper, December 11, 1897; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth502818/m1/3/: accessed June 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.