The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 36, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 22, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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Iwwu all work ytslalng to tho boat |
4ij to 417 W. Caamrtrr St-
I*. WOOD*, N, P. J. A. CUMMINS.
Sta» and County Taxes Collected.
WOOD A CUMMINS, - - - Prop’r.
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A. P. CHAMBERLAIN
MARBLE and GRANITE
All Kindt of Cot Stone Work, tf
601 Main St. - Denison, Texas.
Office: tat Main Street.
Sunday, December sa, 190:.
Office at Hanna * Son’s Drug Stone
Residence, No. 715 West Day Street.
BL At; KSMITHIN G
THU DENISON PHARMACY,
ju Main Street.
XV’Preecriptions a Specialty.
Chaei it D. Kingston. Prop’r.
LANE A STEWART,
Contractors and Builders.
Office: 6n W. Main St.
| HOW THE GOYBBHMEHT TAKES
PART, OF THE OLD SOLDIERS.
Through the courtesy of Capt.
Tom Wright we have had the
pleasure of perusing a letter trom
H. H. (Chic) Warner, who i* now
an occupant of the government Old
Sold ten’ Home at Danville, Hit.
An old Denitoniant remember
Chick, when he was one of the
most popular passenger conductors
on the M., K. A T., a position he
held acceptably for fifteen year*.
He wtt a whole-souled, free-heart
ed fellow tod everybody liked him
That was many year* ago and
Chick ran up against hard luck
after he left here. With the per-
mission of Capt. Wright we make
the following extract from this let-
ter, giving a description of the
Home. The old soldiers there
certainly have a pleasant home in
which to spend the dosing years of
life. We wish the state Confeder-
ate home at Austin could do
well by the old veterans who fought
for the Lost Cause:
I will try and give you a descrip-
tion of this home: The grounds
cover 640 acres, well timbered,
with two large groves, each larger
than Forest Park in Denison, with
Gknhlal ' I 1 ^*te ,n center 011 which
JtnpAiantG. am twelve boats free for use at any
time. Draw a half circle the same
as a race track, and place sixteen
barracks from Company A to P
around the circle, one hundred feel
apart, with the mesa ball in the
center, and you have our sleeping
quarters. The barracks are all
butlt alike, three stories with base-
ment. Every building iu the home
it brick, with all modern improve-
ments—hot and cold water, electric
lights, baths and toilet rooms—ev-
erything up-to-date and grand.
Quite a distance from the barracks
is the hospital—nothing in North
Texas can compare with it. No
three business house* in Denison
are equal to it in size. There it a
chief surgeon and three assistant!,
£t~n llfy nC™ and m many
estimates Made. males. The administration build-
ing is another massive structure;
the governor, treasurer and adjutant
have their offices there. The gov-
ernor, chief surgeon, treasurer,
J. T. SUGGS,
Drier of the Qaast-
---_----to the Jewelry Hi
tf L. B. Moon.
i L. B. Moore undoubtedly antici-
pates the biggest holiday trade in
hit line ever experienced in Deni-
son, judging by the large stock of
beautiful and desirable goods he has
on exhibition. His store is a veri-
table palace. He came* no shoddy
goods, everything it ornamental or
useful, and the very latest designs,
and every article in the store will
be sold on a strict guarantee, to be
exactly as represented. Hit stock
of diamond goods runs into the
thousands of dollars, such as pins,
shirt studs, rings, etc. In hit show
cases are displayed hundreds of
watches of every style and price,
and all the standard movements. A
lady or gentleman can get just what
is wanted here at very close figures.
In other cases are beautiful sets of
pearl handled silver knives and
forks, solid silver tea and table
spoons, of all weights snd designs,
most desirable presents for a hus-
band to select for his wife. In the
cabinets are displayed a brilliant
array oi cutglass articles and solid
silver ware. In the racks are gold
mounted silk umbrellas, parasols,
gentlemen’s walking sticks in gold
and silver—a large variety to select
trom. There is nothing that you
can call for in this line that Mr.
Moore’s efficient assistants cannot
find for you. It would require' a
page of the Gazetteer to enumer
ate all the beautiful and desirable
articles that are now on exhibition
or stored in the safes and drawers
at thia old and popular jewelry es-
tablishment, but you can rest as
sured if you want any article in his
line you need not go away empty-
handed. It it, however, advisable
■o call early and get the first pick,
for there will bs a ruth before
the holidays. Mr. Moore’s word
is as good as his bond and what he
tells you can be depended upon, and
furthermore he has earned the rep-
utation in the many years that he
has been in business in Denison of
having the cheapest jewelry house
in this part of the state. He buys
for cash and sells for cash, conse
quently he does wbst many other
dealers cannot do, sells at a small
profit. His motto is to do a big
business on a close margin, and ex
perience has proven his method to
be a success.
Don’t fail to drop into Moore’s
before purchasing no matter what
promises are held out to you. Look
around and then buy. You’ll be
better suited where there is a large
and up-to-date stock to select from
: like a year
Attoroey-at-Law and Notary Public. I quartermaster, chief engineer—all
have their separate residences, the
three first at a salary of $15,000
each, the other two at $10,000 each.
A church has just been completed
costing $17,000. An opera house
to cost $40,000 is under construc-
tion, to be completed by spring.
We have a good library, and bill
iard room, both free and open at
all times to us old bucks. Last but
Wash Country Product, a Specialty, and I l**st they **• building a can-
Iscal Attorney Dun Mercantile Agency,
Rooms 1-3, west stairway, Muller Block.
ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, '
OLD RELIABLE GROCERY.
At Popular Prices at
that are left
larger extent the
esteem of our fel-
» than George Braun,
t a dissenting voice every-
Jy will say, “Long may
225 W. Main St., J. L. Jones A Co.’s Drag Store.
■ * J
,_ for the transaction
brokerage business. J spared to us.” Aside from a
There has been no brand ot bus-1 cesiful busineas career, Mr. Braun
SRi“SS5lC .221“ r "°t
The Denison Exchange from the!this we mean that he delights to
first day of opening until the preseat and entertain his old friends,
time baa ateadily grown in public who will always have a warm place
favor. Mr. Webb, who conducts! in his heart.
the exchange, has been a resident Mr. Braun spends a large portion
of Texas for a great many years and of bis time at bis elegant resort on
bet been prominent in business Main street. This it the most in-
cudes. Hit standing is A No. 1. viting place to visit in Denison,
The town people all unite in paying fitted up by Mr. Braun at a great
tribute to bis upright character and expense. It is on the most traveled
integrity. 1 thoroughfare, convenient to the
No persona that hsve ever cast I depot, and people are almost sore
their lot here have been more fa-Jto give Mr. Braun a call, for only a
vorably heralded than R. P. Webb. I strictly first-class stock of goods is
Mr. Webb impresses all who have I served there.
business relations with him a* a I The Gazetteer with thousands
gentleman la whom the utmost con- of others wishes a Merry Christmas
fideoce can be reposed. There is a and happy New Year to our old
personality about the man that win* townsman, hoping that be may live _
at sight. many years yet, continue to prosper, TnW Furniture Man
Hu patrons embrace a large enj iy good health, and the number!
number of our leading citizens. | of his friends increase, ending lite’sj street.
Every person who does business career with a peaceful snd happy
with the Denison Exchange ex old age.
presses the utmost satisfaction. The
service is a long way the best in Nat. Q. Herderson ot George*
Denison. He bat at his back a town, a prominent republican poli-
firm that has been uninterruptedly tipian and newspaper man of the
in busineas tor the past 20 years state spent Friday in Hillsboro,
and haa unlimited financial re-1 Hillsboro Dam
sources. We have yet to hear of a
Chat. H. Jones baa about loo
From which vou may select
your Xmas chain, j
Look through bis line of Bed-
room Suites, Folding and Ma-
nilla Beds. We will give cut
prices from now until Xmas.
All Goods told on
Woskly or Monthly
Payments. « * • • •
MAS. H. JONES
Allen Has It!
The legal fight which liquor men
have fought for the past three years
against Manitoba’s prohibition law
has ended in a victory tor prohibi-
tion. It prohibits the sale or
giving away of intoxicants.
N, H. L. DECKER
206 MAIN STREET,
Denison, ----- Texas.
M. T- LEONARD,
teen with store in connection. Tell
Dr. Yeidel we get 16 oz. of beer
for 5 cents with a lunch twice a
day more elaborate than the one
Bill Ward and myself ate up clean
for him at one sitting. Ask him if
he recollects it. I must not forget
to mention the laundry. Our wash-
ing is taken and returned each
week. No better laundry any-
where. According to this morn-
ing’s report we have 2,313 inmates,
The power house, quatermaster
building and barn are all separate
In the same ward is the dead house
Plans and tpeefications prepared I or morgue isolated from the other
for public buildings and private buildings. Cots with iron frames,
residences. | same as bedsteads, mattress, three
blsmkets; clean sheets and pillow
DENISON, ------- TEXAS. | slips each Saturday; a bath towel as
often as wanted. Clothing consists
n « uAunmr Iof one House, one dress coat, and
\A “• HAKUIi'Hj, I one overcoat, two pairs oi pants,
three pairs of drawers, three shirts,
bat and cap, gloves, two pairs of
shoes, four pairs ot socks, and tus-
. . . penders. A* often as they are worn
Muller Block, - East Stairway, tf | out) turn them in and get new ones;
The food is good.
The Dr. Yeidel incident alluded
to by Chick was about as follows:
In the spring of 1877 Dr. Yeidel
opened his liquor boose on Main
street. He, at that time, was plain
Over Madden, Graham & Co. tf_|Mr. Yeidel and his very primitive
outfit bore no resemblance to his
present establishment, and withal he
lacked the experience which, in
after life, be acquired in such full
Prompt attention and best of satis-1 measure. Having been reared in
i faction guaranteed. I New York City, he often noticed
Orders left at Puckett’s Book Store the da inty little lunches that were
spread on small center tables in the
Saved at Grave’s Brink.
“I know I would long ago have
been in my grave,” writes Mrs. S.
H. Newsom, of Decatur, Ala., “if
it had not been for Electric Bitters.
For three years I suffered untold
agony from the worst forms of In
digestion, Waterhrash, Stomach and
Bowel Dyspepsia. But this excel-
lent medicine did me a world of
good. Since using it I can eat
heartily and have gained 35
pounds.” For Indigestion, Loss
of Appetite, Stomach, Liver and
Kidney trubles, Electric Bitters are
a positive, guaranteed cure. Only
30c at T. B. Waldron’s drug store.
The Sunday edition of the Hous-
ton Post, Dec. S, was a remarkable
newspaper effort. It contained 64
pages of reading matter and adver-
Don’t buy until you in-
spect our stock. If you do
you will be sorry.
CUMMINS & MATHIS,
J. F. HANKS,
J. H. BOOTH
Attorney at Law
aifi Main St
high-toned resorts of the great
metropolis. The Doctor intended
to teach the Texans a lesson in thia
particular line, but in time received
a lesson himself, as the sequel will
disclose. The Doctor provided a
nice little table, spread an im-
maculate white cloth thereat?’and a
previously prepared, dainty Herring
salad and a plate of bread, cut in
little squares, the whole surrounded
by a few silver plated forks, ex-
pecting each customer to take a
bite after nia drink and then depait
m peace. He was just proudly sur
veying his new venture when in
walked Chick Warner and Billy
Ward. Both spied the spread, and
following the words, “Let’s eat,”
took seats, side by side, in front of
the little table and literally clean
ed up the lunch 1 The Doctor
and hi* hungry guests afterwards
became warm friends, and the
Doctor had to relate a hundred
Choice Roasts, Lard and every-1 times, when sitting around the fes-
that is what you want, drop in1 ,uncn"
and otder it at
ra. sn; s Cold kl
iMd quickly. It VI
Ftwd. HeJ» ud J
LT BROTHERS, ** Warn* Street, New To
Parter Mut Until
Of Benefit to Yon.
D. S. Mitchell, Fulford., Md: “Dur-
I ing a long illness I was troubled with
bed sores and was advised to try DeWitt’s
I Witch Hazel Salve, and did so with won-
derlul results. I was perfectly cured
It is the best salve on the market." Sure
cure for piles, sores, burns. Beware of
R. C. Mathews. dec
An Evangelist's Story.
“I suffered for years with bronchial or
lung trouble and tried varions remedies
but did not obtain permanent relief until
I commenced using One Minute Cough
Cure,” writes Rev. fames Kirkman,
evangelist, of Belle River, 111. “I have
no hesitation in recommending it to all
sufferers from maladies of this kind.”
One Minute Cough Cure affords imme-
diate relief for coughs, colds, and all
kinda ot throat and lung troubles. For
croup it is unequalled. Absolutely ssfe.
Very pleasant to take, never fails'and is
1 tsvorite with the children.
R. C. Mathews.
Prof. Carlton, in the Bonham
News, says: “The greatest advocates
of the general theory of evolution
are either agnostics or atheists, and
none of these have any use lor God,
for revealed religion, for miracles,
for spirit, for personal immortality,
for morals, for free will.”
That is what Carlton says. Mott
of them aie undoubtedly agnostics
on many propositions, and they
would probably confess if asked
that they don’t know as much about
God at Prof. Carlton thinks he
does. Miracles belong to the do-
main of the supernaturalist, the
theologian, not to the acientist.
Some “great advocates” of evolu
tion believe in immortality, some do
not, and others confess they don’t
know, but who are the “great ad-
vocates” in question “who have no
use for morals ?” It it Daiwin,
Wallace, Spencer, Huxley, Buch
ner, Hieckel ? Some of these “great
evolutionists” are living, others
dead. Are those who have no use
for morals any of these ? If not
and we are certain they are not, will
Prof. Carlton tell the readers of the
News who they are ?
228 W. Main St.
And probably touched the editor
■ingle complaint against the service for ,he lotn ot a V.
of the Dentson Exchange. Many |
citizens of Denison and outside
towns find it profitable to do busi-
ness with the cotton exchange. If
you are disposed to speculate in
cotton, stocks, gram, etc., Mr.
Webb should by all means have the
Just at this particular period there
is a fine opportunity to speculate.
Take cotton for instance. No one
hardly doubts that the staple drill
go to id I-2C. There are other
golden opportunities to make a
great deal of money on small in-
vestments. You will find it profits
ble to do your busioe a with the
Cotton Exchange, which is per-
fectly safe and reliable. Mr. Webb
can be found at No. 116 west Main
street, near Gazetteer office.
The Prid* of Hemes
Many soldiers in the late war l
wrote to say that for Scratches,
Bruises, Cuts, Wounds, Corns, I
Sore Feet, and Stiff Joints, Buck-
ten’s Arnica Salve ts the beat in the
world. Same for Burns, Scalds,
Boils, Ulcers, Skin Eruptions, and
Piles. It cures or no pay. Only
25c at T. B. Waldron’s drug store.
Prompt delivery is the motto of
the McDougall Steam Laundry, tf
Ebony goods, genuine and imi-
tation at Hughes’ book store.
LANE fit STEWART
Leading contractors and I
builders. They give employ-
ment only to experienced
workmen. Plans and speci-
fications carefully prepared.
Their work all over Denison
speaks for itself. If you In-1
[tend to build, consult them,
and they will save you money.
Work entrusted to them will |
be expedited. For reference
Everything nice for the
holidays. A yard fall of
always at your disposal.
We don’t make big pre-
tentions for the holidays,
bat yoa can find at my
grocery jast what you
want for the Christmas
The Grocer, Cor. Craw
ford St. and Ton# Ave.
We are stocked
up with ....
If you contemplate building *oTOO.OOO *h
call on M. J. Leonard, Archi- Private and public bulld-
tect, who will help you plan 1 |nga erected the past year,
your house by fuWiishlng you '/f others and then come to
many new, original and up- *h®fT1 an<*,ee what they can
to-date ideas, and will make do* . 351
r * *+* *■ r - r r-i
charge. I California merchants and others to
M. •*. LEONARD, establish a line of ships between
____ , *?sh,*ec*- Mexico and the Orient, and it is in- Just what you want for the
Office 319 Main St*y Denf*| *
cidentaliy observed that the purpose Christmas table. Our goods
■ a fa anwnla I rlinocu Am nai ml/V Inn 1
is to enable Cbineae to get into the „e fregh Rnd Rew
W. H. Santee, 116 south Austin I United States over the Mexican bor-1
avenue, carries a fine line of second- I der.
band clothing. Let him fit
Let Us Serve You
You will find us in the New
out. He can save you dollars. 1
Clothing just as good as you will 1
get at a clothing bouse and for half I You may talk about a holiday I Olymer Block, Rusk Avenue,
the money. He has jewelry, pis- gift, but what is more appropriate }n mjn(j t^at we make a
tols, etc. . I than a nice stoye or range ? It will I _
W. H. Santee, j make your wife happy and bring I specialty of Frestl Country
No. 116 South Austin Ave. | sunshine to your household. Dol- I Produce.
larhide & Harris have them.
Hamilton's fine silverware at
Hughes’ book store. A trs.n on the Canadian Pacific
We invite you all to 'take a peep railroad running alongside of
into our laundry. It will do you canyon 300 feet deep ran off the
good to see the perfect system and [ track and train and trainmen went
absolute cleanliness we maintain.
Denison Steam Laundry.
Steel hammers, manufactured in
a village in the Pennsylvania foot-
hills of the Alieghanies, are being
delivered in London, beciuse they
beat anything made in London.
1 splinters in
I gorge. _
the bottom of
:|J. H. DUNN
The New Clymer
Block.' J . . . »
Winter Suits and
Knives, forks and spoons, the
finest made, at Hughes’ book store.
Have you been buying clothing that gets out of
shape, loses its color and looks bad after a few
week's wear? Lost faith in reidy-made? We
can sell you a suit or overcoat that will look well 4^
as long as there’s anything left of it. Rveiy V
shape, every style and every desirable quality if
Two mails per month will go to
Nome this winter, 3567 miles from
Seattle, or about as far as from
New York to Liverpool. The cost
of each trip is $3000 and only 500
pounds of mail can be carried on
one trip. The deliveries will be
made at all important Alaskan
points. Last winter the trip took
65 days; the contract time this win
ter is 24 days.
At the Fife meeting at Marlin
$2133.50 was raised, $120 of which
was for the Z spats countv sufferers.
The balance will be distributed by
Rev. Fite for the benefit ot mis-
sionaries and orphans in India.
Missionaries first, India orphans
second and our own suffering wo-
men and children third. $2000 to
$120. It’s bad arithmetic.
A Million Voices
Could hardly express the thanks
of Homer Hall, of Weat Point, la.
Listen why: A severe cold had
settled on his lungs, causing a moat
could not help him. When all
cians aaid he
thought he was doomed he began to
use Dr. King’s New Discovery for
consumption and writes—“it com-
pletely cured me and aaved my life.
I now weigh 337 pounds.” It’s
positively guaranteed fos Coughs,
Coida and lung trouble*. Price 50c
and $1. Trial bottles free at T. B.
Waldron’s, druggist. des
We have a new line of Ebony
Goods and other things suit-
able for Christmas Presents
Come mud see what we have and get our prices.
We have all the time a stock of
Fresh Drugs and
and we are ready to fill your prescription always
with the best and freshest medicines, and will ap-
preciate your business.
All that claims to be true science,
to be deserving of this name must
rest upon a scientific basis, that it,
upon /gets, not philosophies nor
speculations nor assumptions. As
evolution rests upon assumption it
is not true science.—Prof. Carlton,
in Bofiham Newt. .
But evolution does not rest upon
‘assumption.” It has a large array
of facta collected by years of careful
investigation and classification that
lead up to evolution. The vo’utni-
noua writings of Claries Darwin
are teeming with tacts to.which the
evolutionist points for proof of the
truth of his position. A trua *ci
entist assumes nothing not warrant-
ed by the facts. If a theory meets
all the coiditions of certain phe-
nomena, it is reasonable to ai>uoi!
that it U true. Th e is why scientists
believe in the undulatory theory of
light. It meets all the require-
ments, accounts for all the pbeqpm
ena. So with the evolution “as-
sumption”—it fits into the facts as
no other assumption does. “All
true science” must indeed “rest
upon a scientific basis.” Can Prof.
Carlton say as much ot bis theolog
ical science ?
The largest Plumbing House'
North of Dallas. Work done
by experienced workmen.
It your water pipes burst I
will repair them promptly.
Put m a hot reservoir.
Cornice Work a Specialty, tf
EXPERT JOE I
THE OLD RELIABLE
Mathews’ Old Stand
323 Main Street
Foils a Deadly Attaok.
“My wife waa so ill that good
physicians were unable to help her,’
writes M. M. Austin, of Winches-
ter. Ind., “but was completely
cured by fir. King’s New Life
Pills.” They work wonders in
stomach and liver troubles. Cure
constipation, tick headache. 35c at
T. B. Waldron’t drug store. dec
You have used all
sorts of cough reme-
dies but it does not
yield; it is too deep
seated, it may wear
itself out in time, but
it is more liable to
produce la grippe,
pneumonia or a seri-
ous throat affection.
You need something
that will give you
strength and build
up the body.
will do this when everything
ebc fads. There b no doubt
about it It nourishes,
strengthens, builds up and
makes the body strong and _
healthy, not only to throw
off this hard cough, but to
fortify the system against
further attacks. If you are
ran down or emaciated you1
should certainly take this
nourishing food medicine.
scorfik BovraC'c^iSife* y«*.
JOS. H. PROSKAUER.
116 S. Austin Ave., Denison, Tex.
Hats renovated and refitted. They
may be sent by mail and returned
Will be prepared to serve you
with all kincs ot nice CAKES,
PIES, Etc., for tbe Christmas
table. Don’t fail to see him
and leave your order.
A fine line of Confectionery,
THE DIAMOND BAKERY
Main Street, Cor.
Fannin Avenue. 352
Cheapest and best house in Denison.
Improved machinery and firat-daae
Just north of Main street.
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