The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 36, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 22, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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CHRIS. KIRCHER, Pmonuoroa,
116 N. Ruak A venae.
Sausage and Fresh fish,
live and Dressed Poultry.
Where all the latest style* known to
the art of photography are made,
sot . W Main St.. Denison. Tex.
( DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, DBCBMBBR 22, 1901. j*";
l2a£K?*’1 NUMBER 36
80BA.T0HED FROM THE DOCKET.
The Oaskttxxr wishes its pa- W. R. Gaines Killed in a Katy Wreck
tions a Merry Christmas and Hap- Chsootah, I. T.
py New Year. This is the largest w „ „ , .... . .
r , , , . . . „ • ■ W. R. Gaine* wee killed in a wr.-ck
holiday ndition of the Gaskttbbr near Checotoh, I. T.f at 3 o'clock Wed-
gottenout in years. It is a gener- nfdV morning. He w*, firing the en-
/ . • ” glne of the train on which tie was killed.
Ott* response by onr business firm* Ft we* e north-bound freight on the
who with very few exception* pe- Choctaw division of the M., K. a T.
, rail war. The train .topped at the north
tronixe Its columns. The psper fork of the Canadian river just ihl* tide
will receive a large circulation, tol- Checotah to take water. Gaines took
. . 4 }i_ , f _ hie torch sod went out on the water
lowing out its usual custom ©i tank of the engine, where he wa* laat teen
free distribution throughout the city •*•** ,
,. • Thu is the sequel to one ot the most
and surrounding country. j aensational, if not the most sensational,
We enter the new year with a criminal cases In the hlstorj> of the state.
ii -x , , Speaking of the case the Sherman Dem-
fnendly greeting to all; if we bad ocrat saya:
our wish every reader, every patron The death of W. R. Gaines will recall
„„„|j . „ _,■___ In the mind* of the people of Sherman
ot the Gazkttbkr would be alive, »nd of all Grayson county a tragedy tn
happy and prosperous at the dawn which the victlm of Wednesday’* accl-
nf ,nnt -lent wa* one of the principal actor* and
oi 190s. _______________ the scene of which was on the north
raoF. subba* :
. ... , ... brothers-in-law, were at one time among
bta purchased three lots on Main the moat prominent citizens of Grayson
street just west ot where his acsde- county They were wealthy and a little
my is. By next September, he will ***• of Van AUtyne stand* the
u ' _ J , magnificent suburban home which was
have them improved to meet the er£tedand l.viahly furnished with .11
demands of his school, which has modern conveniences by W. R. Gaines,
been SO liberally patronized, not For years ill feeling existed between the
only by the beat citizens of Denison, brother-in.low, and trouble was expected
but from abroad also. **%**.» them “T*' .
, , . . . « Finally on a charge of assault to mur-
He has been teaching m Denison der Koch, Gaine* was arrested, tried and
about eighteen years, and has es- convicted, sentenced to the penitentiary
We Give Thanks.
MUST BE REDUCED
MOUNTED IN DIAMONDS AND OTHER
Aigbkttkh Emblems Pocket Knives
Bracelets Fobs Rings
Belts Garters • Studs
Bib Pins Hat Pins Scarf Pins
Back Combs Lockets Scarf Rings
Collar Buttons Lorgnettes Sleeve Buttons !
Cuff Pints Long Chains Side Combs
Cigar Cutters Match Boxes Tiaras
Earrings Pendants Watches
From the inexpensive to the most elaborate jeweled article. We employ
none but skilled workmen in our diamond setting and manufacturing de-
partmenU. Special work in mounting gems promptly executed. Designs
and estimates submitted.
Articles in Gold for Gentlemen
Reliable Good* of the Best Workmanship,
Link* and Buttons. $2 50 to $10 00 Studs (three)_______ $2 00 to $15 00 J 1
Your last chance to buy goods from Madden, Graham & Co. We
have sold to Messrs. I. B. Walter of Denton and J. A. Douglass
of Terrell our stocks of goods, sale to take effect Jan. 1. In mak-
ing this sale we have agreed to reduce this stock to $20,000 or
less, and if we do not reduce it to that amount we are to sell the
overplus at 50 cents on the dollar. This means that we have to
sell $20,000 worth of goods between now and Xmas. Prices
will be slaughtered and many goods sold at less than New York
cost. Come and get the greatest bargains you ever saw.”
tablished an institution well and fa-
vorably known throughout North
Texas and the Indian Territory. >
Since September he has enrolled
about 200 pupil*. School wiill
open again Monday, December, 30,
Antique Rings -
It wax on the 8th day of July, 1895,
that Charlie Koch fell at the foot ot a
tree near the north gate of the Grayson
county court house, hi* life blood flow-
ing from a bullet wound inflicted with a
1901. By January 1, 1902, a num
her of new pupils from abroad vitill
enter. Prof. Harshaw devotes his
entire time to but one school and
employs only thorough, practical,
progressive and -well qualified
Watch Chins----------7 00 to 50 00 Cigar Cutter*.. ...... 2 50 to 7 50
Filled Watches..........10 00 to 50 00 “ jeweled. .. ip 00 to 50 00
Collar Buttons.......... .75 to 2 50 Seal Rings $3 50 and up
Special designs to order in any of the above article*. Cigarette Cases,
Match Boxes, Cigar Cutters, Pocket Knives, Cigar Holders, Key Rings,
Pencils, plain and jeweled. Fob*, Vest Chains, Watchea, Sleeve Link*,
Studs, Lockets, College Badge*, Emblem and Society Pins.
Articles in Gold for Ladles
Reliable Goods of the Best Workmansntp.
Lorgnettes $25 00 to $100 00 Diamond Links 3 00 up
Lorgnette Chains 6 00 to 100 00 Brooches 3 00 to 20 00
Chain Bracelets 5 00 to 40 00 Jeweled Brooches to 00 to 2500 00
Jeweled L’k Bracelets 10 00 to 10000 Combs 2 50 to 2500
Necklaces 2 50 to to 00 Gold Thimbles 3 do to 8 00
Jeweled Necklaces 23 00 up Hatpins 2 00 to 25 00
Chain Purses 35 00 to 150 00 Watch Chains 7 50 to too 00
Earrings 1 50 to 15 00 Dress Pins,3 with chain,3 00 to 10 00
Diamond Earrings 15 00 up Studs and Buttons each 75c to 15 00
Lockett 1 15010 1500 Pen and Holder 150 to 25 00
Diamond Lockett 5 00 to too 00 Waist Sets 5 oo to 25 00
Rings 1 00 to to 00 Garters _ jo 00 to 100 00
Diamond Rings 5 00 up Reliable WatcMP 10 00 to 200 00
Sleeve Links 1 50 to 2500 Opera Gl**sd||pr 7 50 to 5000
Special designs to order of any of the above articles. Enameled Chate-
We have at least $10,000 worth of Shoes.
The following prices will move them out in a hurry
gun in the hands ot W. R. Gaines.'
Koch's sister was near ttie scene when
the tragedy was enacted, and those who
witnessed the scene will never forget the
picture of anguish and despair as she
knelt over the bleeding, lifeless body of
s beloved brother, realizing at the same
time that her husband must answer for
Gaine* was arrested shortly after the
killing and on the 13th day of the fol-
lowing November was taken before Dis-
trict Judge Don A. Bliss to stand trial on
the charge ot murder. After a tedious
and long drawn-out trial, Gaines was
convicted, the jur. assessing his punish-
ment at life in the penitentiary. The
caae waa reversed and on the 25th
day ot January, 1898, was again tried,
and again the jury assessed Gaines’ pun-
ishment at life in the penitentiary.
As in the first trial ot the case there
was a reversal by the court of appeals,
and tor the third time Gaines was placed
on trial on February 12, 1901. This trial
of the case was betore Judge J. Gordon
Russell of Tyler. This time there was a
hung jury. Previous to the third trial
Babies’ $1.50 shoes cut to____$t.<
Children's $0 75 shoes cut to______$0.;
Children’s 1.00 shoes cut to__.;
Misses’ 1.00 shoes cut to____
Misses’ 1.50 shoes cut to____t.<
Misses’ 2.00 shoes cut io___1.1
[Our Shoes are only of best makes, and
every pair will give you satisfaction]
Ladies’ $1.50 shoes cut to.
Ladies* 2.00 shoes cut to
Ladies’ 2.50 shoes cut to
Ladies’ 3.00 shoes cut to
Ladies' 3.50 shoes cut to
Babies’ .50 shoes cut to
Babies^'^ .75 shoes cut to.
Babies’ 1 00 shoes cut to.
Men’s $1.50 shoes cut to.
Men’s— 2.00 shoes cut to
Men’s 2.>o shoes cut to.
Men’s 3.50 shoe* cut to
Men’s 5.00 shoes cut to.
Men’s, 2.50 boots cut to
.Men’s 3-SO boots cut to
Men’s q.oo boots cut to.
Why spend money for toys that
children break in a day when you
can get something for a little more
money that will last many Xmases
to come. Invest your money in a
graphopbone. E. Ross Crawford.
A General Invitation
is extended to everybody to vi»it the
Corner Palace Saloon. If you
havn’t been there you have missed
something you may never get a
chance to see or sample again. It
is the new drink sold only at the
Corner Palace. Do not miss it.
LADIES’ SU1T$, JACKETS AND FURS
Ladies’ Skirts and Waists all cut to one-fiftli
of cost price. That is::::::::::::::
SUITS THAT COST US $10 00, YOU CAN BUY FOR.........................J............
SUITS THAT COST US 15.00, YOU CAN BUY F0R...........................v..........
SUITS ^HAT COST US 20.00, YOU CAN BUY FOR....................................
And so on through. The above godds, as you know, are priced less than cost. Balance ot stoc
Texas First in Most Good Tilings.
Texas is first in cotton produc-
tion, and only third in the monev
value of her wheat crop, and sixth
tn the number ot bushels raised.
She is first in cattle raising, and
this year’s statistics will put her
about third in the production of
hogs. In the production of oil she
stands first in number ot gallons
and in truck growing she is away
up near the head of the class.—
was again called tor trial before Judge
Russell, who upon application granted a
change ot venue to Collin county, where
the case was pending when Gaines met
Decanters 6 oo to 35 oo
Candela bras 15 00 to 85 00
Cologne bottles 2 00 to 10 00
Ice tubs 8 00 to 25 po
Sauce bottles 2 00 to 10 00
Rose bowls ■ _ 5 00 to 30 00
Cheese bowls 13 00 to 35 00
Sherbet cups, per doz 7 50 to 20 00
Tea bells 2 50 to 3 00
Loving cups 7 00 to 50 00
Puff boxes 4 00 to 12 00
Cracker jars 10 002000
The news that Marconi received sev-
eral messages by wireless telegraphy on
the Newfoundland coast on the nth ot
December from his experimental station
in England, a distance ot aoout i,8oo
miles, is confirmed. The message was
received by the aid of a kite let up sev-
eral hundred feet. The messages were
weak but unmistakable.
Don’t be a “cheap hand,’’
always. Prof. Ivy’s salary-
raising course will double
All the railroads in the United
Ntates are in the market for rails,
engines, cars and bridges. The
pressure for railway material was
never greater and railway managers
are put about sertssssly to keep
their patrons in good humor.
Pocket nidi files
>2 50 to $1000 [ Keyrings 25c to 250
50c to 1 30 } Rszors 3 50 to to 00
50c to 8 00 Ash trays 1 50 to to 00
1 00 to 1000 Pencils 50c to 500
1 50 to s 00 Shaving brushes 1 25 to 7 Jo
t 50 to 5 00 Military brushes, each 1 00 to 20 00
50c to 2 00 Tape measures 1 50 to 5 00
50c to 2 00 Satchel tags 1 00 to 4 00
i 00 to 3 00 Flasks 2 50 to 30 00
75c to 500 | Mustache combs 50c to 4 00
1 00 to 10 00 Sleeve Links 30c to 2 50
1 50 to 12 00 1 Cigar cutters 75 to 5 00
j I j
Umbrellas and Canes
M 50 to $50 00 Gent’s gold filled 7 30 to 2$ 00
General Smith has re-
signed and Henry C. Payne of Wiscon-
sin succeeds hi n. Other changes are
The attorneys ot Admiral Schley are
preparing a protest against the finding
The tobacco manufacturing inter-
ests ot the United States ore at war
by reason of tR warring of oppos-
ing combination! which are atming
at securing a mastery. But tobacco
seems to sell at the old prices.
ot the court of inquiry and the attorneys
of Sampson are preparing a formal pro-
test against the minority report ot the
Drive away the blues with a
graphopbone. See E. Ross Craw-
An association known as the Am-
erican Asiatic Association has been
organized in New York, and is
composed of 254 leading firms of
that city to extend American trade
Jit through the interior of Asia.
The purpose is to open up that old
land by the construction of roads
and the introduction of modern
methods of liying and business;
The Santa Fe railroad has started
in to reduce the grade on its roads
running over the Rocky Mountains.
As many kinds of music as you
want and on one machine, too. It’s
the graphopbone. Entertains
everybody everywhere. E. Ross
Crawford sells them.
Ladies’ fancy pearl, silver trimmed
umbrella 5 00 to 20 00
Ladies’ sterling silver headed um-
brellas 5 00 to 25 00
Ladies’ sterling silver handies, hand
chased 12 00 to 30 00
Ladies’ hand wrought repousse 1; ao
to 35 00
Ladies’ gold filled 7 50 to 18 00
Ladies’ solid gold 25 00 to 50 00
On December 30 the first shovel
full ot earth is to be turned to indi-
cate the start on the world’s fair.
Six very large oil ships are to he
built as soon as possible in this
country to run between Texas and
Liverpool and carry each one aght
thousand tons of oil per trip.
Thousand* of Gifts,
We Have Them.
Thousands of beautiful presents
for thg^holiday trade. L. B. Moore,
Commercial failures during Nov-
ember were the smallest for nine
years. This shows a very healthy
and natural condition. It is prob-
able that pleasant conditions will
continue for months.
That doesn’t express what L. B.
Moore can do tor you if you intend
to make a holiday present: Thous-
ands of articles that are useful and
ornamental; the largest stock ot
jewelry in North Texas.
A General Invitation
The wholesale clothiers of Chi-
cago, New York and other eastern
cities have combined with a capital-
ization of somewhere between $ 1 t;o,-
000,000 and $200,000,000 to regu-
late credits, restrict discounts and
stamp out swindlers. There are
puaands of swindlers who have
oeen robbing clothius for years.^^
No one is too blase to be enter-
: tained by the graphopbone. “En-
tertains everybody everywhere.”
1 See E. Ross. Crawford.
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
China Novelties at Pace’s
JOS. LINZ & BROS
So far the California honey crop,
amounts to 165 carloads. The
flavor, color and body all make it a
desirable article of commerce. The
usual crop is 350 cars.
How to spend these Jong winter
evenings ? The best way is to
make yourself a present of a graph-
ophone. E. Ross Crawford sells
Eastern manufactuters are being
invited to the Pacific Coast by gifts
of sites and freedom from taxes.
HE^EQUARTERS FOR SAN-
TA CLAUS, Pace’s Furniture
Pace sets the pace.
What about the prices? Why, we’ll just meet the
prices of any man in North Texas. Can you ask
any more?............. . . .
Never mind the money. We have more money than
we can handle, and for this reason we will wait on
you for the money at your pleasure.......
517-519 WEST MAIN STREET
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 36, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 22, 1901, newspaper, December 22, 1901; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth570872/m1/1/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.