The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 52, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 13, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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Judge Reagan u now in better
condition than for tome time neat.
The police and liquor dealer*
combined to give New York a dry J
Sunday and came qaar tucceeding.
It U reported tbatCe*per Kruger,
son of President Kruger, baa taken
the oath of allegiance to Great
A contract haa been cloaed where-
by Miaa Stone will deliver lecture*
in the principal citiea of this coun-
Dillon, recently suspended for *°
ungentle manly conduct in the Eng* M
li»h house of common*, again occu- A
pies his aeat. l*
t An Alabama negro killed two th
men, wounded three others mortally
and three seriously before be was bi
riddled and bis body burned. Bi
The money raised in Chicago tor ec
the Boer women and children auf- di
ferer* in South Africa wat sent to fit
President Roosevelt, and he had it bi
forwarded to Capetown. ai
The silver jubilee of Pope Leo st
XIII was celebrated in Baltimore, oi
two cardinals being present. .. w
There is greet suffering in Zapata g<
county in Southwest Texas, owing la
to tht drouth. Fully 5000 of the T
poorer class, mostly Mexicans, are fa
actually starving. No crops have hi
been planted. The citizens of San fii
Antonio are raising a relief fund yi
Union-Made Brands 1
Wt carry them in every line.
Men’s High Grade Tailor Clothing
"Street Orie** and Headlight Overanita.
Beat Union-Made Men's Hats
Women’s High Grade Fine Shoes
Territory—The Evolution of
• Hinshaw-How He
in this county. The call conclude*
with the very wise injunction: c
“Come, 1st us reason together.*’
**■ Sentiment and reason should ever "
act in unison. Much harm has •
often bean mused by. well meant r
and injudicious seal. Wiae counsel e
sod judicious actions bring about 1
more practical good than the prating *
qf impractical xeatots. A prohibi- 4
Son campaign would, at the present ■
time, be a'calamity. Everything it s
peaceable and harmonious 1 our 1
commercial relations with each *
other and with die outer world are
of the most satisfactory and pleas-
ant nature, and with prospect* for '
abundant crops the future looks '
bright for our people and especially
for our centers of commerce, Deni-
son and Sherman, two cities of
which Grayson county out justly be l
, Suddenly this bright aspect is
changed. Passions are roosed, ani-
mosities engendered, ties of friend-
. ship severed, business is et a staad-
| still sod we are plunged headlong
| into the throes of an exciting and
, moat unpleasant prohibition, cam-
: paigu. Would the results justify s
campaign at such a cost?
Let us assume prohibition to
miry. Would it stop corsumption
of intoxicants ? With an abundance
' at it within easy reach and neigb-
. boring counties eager to reap the
| befttttu, wwuk.«W '-^jr --complish
the purpose aimed «? The local
option laws do not prohibit the pur-
chase or'ownership ot intoxicants.
Who binders any one from baying
in adjoining localities wbst be can-
| not procure at home? It would
drive money and business from this
county into other counties without
lessening consumption. What, after
' all, m local option ? It is the right
' of each locality to decide the lquor
! question for itself. If a majority
of voters at either Sherman or Deni-
son desire prohibition they can easily
obtain it. Ii not, why should it be
forced on them? That, indeed,
would be local option with venge-
strong, that Professor Hmahaw
h*\been swamped lor room to ac-
cont^odate the pupils.
Tbh magnificent new building,
whicn wit completed about five
years ago, bat been entirely rasuffi-
cient to\ accommodate all who
wished to wt the superior benefits
of Bloomfield. ^
There has been such e demand
for certificates to sttsnd Bloomfield
Seminary that Hon. Holmes Col-
bert, trustee, secured so appropria-
tion by the legislature to have addi-
tional room provided so that the
number at pupils might be in-
creased, alto, to increase the facili-
ties for giving instruction in music.
The improvements which are now
being made under the supervision of
architact Leonard of this city, are
quite extensive. The annex will be
on the east end of the main building
and will connect with the school
building and art room. Thia annex
provides music room on the first
floor and sleeping apartments above.
A double deck porch extends along
the front, and tingle porches on the
east and on the north. A suite if
rooms is provided on the east for
the use of the superintendent. Dor-
mer windows will be placed in the
roofy and the attic fited up for a
trunkroom. Thu trunkroom will
be badly needed and will be a great
convenience. It will be reached by
an elevator from the first floor and a
stairway from the second floor.
The buildings are receiving a coat
of paint which makes them look
new; in fact, all the buildings are
rilpperreurmndau, price $3.50.
We carry these brands because we find in the products of
(beet paid) union labor the best articles made for the money.
We believe there is no better way to sustain union labor than
by handling its products, hence it behooves shoe buyers, clothing
buyers sod hat buyers to examine these lines, and ate if they are
not all we recommend, besides you take no risk, as behind it all
is our solid guarantee. Satisfaction or your moo**, back.
Don’t buy a spring suit, an overall suit, hat or pair of shoes
until you have seen what we have to otter.
May Fashion Sheets
Free t. All.
from Kansas City a carload of driv-
ing horses which mutt be disposed
of st once. These are all fine horses
and if you want a buggy or carriage
horse, this is an opportunity to ob-
tain one at a reasonable price.,
These fine animals can be seen at
Davis’ Livery Stable, corner of
Rusk avenue and Chestnut street,
and if you go early you wilt be able
to secure just the one to suit you.
Emile Zola’s debut as a lecturer
is the sensation of the hour in Pam.
He was invited to deliver a aeries erf
three lectures before an exceedingly
aristocratic club. At the very be-
ginning be told his hearers that they
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400-402 Main Street
■•(Late the Pickwick)
I am conducting u strictly first-class
hotel, an excellent table with dean,
wholesome rooms. My terms are
reasonable. Call and atop with me
sad I will treat you right.
First-dass Saloon attached to
bote). , ,, tf
tics required hard work, of which
such an sudince as he saw before him
were manifestly incapable. “Yen
pretend to be interested in these
questions,” Zola said, “tori' really
you are not. Yonr days are solely
devoted to foolish amusement and
useless actions, interminable toilet-
making, seances with dressmakers,
luncheons, dinners, pmk teas, ao-
Chas. H. Jones
SEE HERE! JSajM
School Children’s Shoes on
Saturday. This work is given
preference ever all other work
on this day.
SMum’s Shoe Factory
lit N. Austin Ave. 494
called literary lectures, receptions,
balls and theatres. You spend your
time in gossip which is stupid when
i%» not wicked. You shirk mother-
hood, and when yon have children
they are mostly intrusted to merce-
nary hands. You grovel with as-
tonishing .alacrity to gain admittance
in social circles above your own,
and cannot conceal your asinine con-
tempt for people below yourselves.
You reduce your reluctant duty of
charity to palty offering* for a tew
famous institutions. Thu is the
sort of life a society woman leads.
What right have you to meddly to
philosophy, literary and politics?
the Georgia legislates,., after being
shot twice, killed bu antagonist ht
Politics caused the
Within the county the traffic
would cease. It would merely be
driven from the hands of honorable
citizen* into the bands of irresponsi-
ble parties; from the broad daylight
into the slums and back alleys. The
licensed liquor merchant wonld be
superceded by the reckless whisky
There is but one way of effectu-
ally stopping the use of intoxicants,
that is to banish them entirely from
this country. Until this can be
brought about a strict license system
is the most desirable. We have an
excellent one on our statute books.
See that the lews ere executed and
prohibition ill not be
Senator Culberson objected to the
secretary ot war holding out a re-
pert criticising the army administra-
tion of the Pbilippinee until be
could get denial*.
Mr. Ball was given a bearing be-
fore the senate committee to refute
statements made by Senator Burton,
who is working against the Hous-
ton ship channel.
The breweries will recover the
money they paid the state by put-
tmg up the price of beer.
The district attorney of Trevia
county has dismissed the penalty
suit* for $3,400,000 against the
Shippers’ Compress Co.
l^ord Kitchener telegraphed that
the Boer general, Kritsinger, had
been acquitted of the serious charge
against him and is now being held
as an ordinary prisoner of war.
The house passed the Chinese ex-
clusion bill with amendments that
changed its drastic cbsracter.
Prof. David R. Houston of the
state university was elected presi-
dent of the Agricultural and Me-
chanical college Monday at Waco.
There were fifteen applicants, and
the directors balloted ell the after-
noon before deciding.
A. C. D. MILLER
30S Weal Main Street. Load and Long Distance Phone No. a
. . . CCTTOM, STOCKS, CRAIN AMD
Private wires to all leading markets. Best of service guaran-
teed. Market quotations to all newspapers free.
WEBB & TORRIAN, Brokers.
you would have the courage to pre-
fer honest, laborious misery to
blameworthy ease? The audience
was stupified. Several of the mem-
bers moved that the invitation be
withdrawn for the two remaining
ecteres, but the majority refused
to do so, arguing that such a sincere
man as Zola should be allowed
freedom of speech,however startling
comparatively new, having been
built only five years ago.
One of the most important feat-
ures which have been developed by
Professor Hinthaw is the musical
department. New pianos from the
-■et the bquor dealers obey the ex-
isting laws, aid in executing them
and thereby purge themselves ot the
accusation of being habitual violat-
ors. Much practical good will
then be accomplished for the benefit
and satisfaction of all concerned.
Come, let us reason together and
let well enough alone.
11/MjfiN you need a
▼ ▼ good Tonic and
Blood Purifier, try
it $1.00 1 Bottle
Bomar & Jones
We have just received
and elegant line of • .
Vote for T. C. Hardwick.
every educational movement in the more material expansion at Bloom-
Territory. Hia worth ia not only fiejd. No' alow coaches over there,
recognised et home, but the govern- Onward and upward is written ovei
meat at Washington bss- endorsed the portals of Bloomfield.*
his fidelity and intelligence, and We might say that a four hundred
crowned him with honors, bo great ^ d|tern ,,
has been the change at Bloomfield The buildjDg u to ** ready tor <*,
since Professor Hmshaw wss up* CUpmnCy by the 15th of this month
pointed superintendent, that only y pj£ MouIy and Hon.Holme<
T. C. Hardwick, candidate
for the office of Tax Collector
of Cryeon County, ia the only
Denlaon man In the race.
Every eitixen of Denieon
should not only take pride in
electing him, but fhould use
every available means to
bring about the result. There
Is not in all C rays on county a
person better or more com-
Act as Purchasing, Sates, Rental,
Exchange, or Loan Agents. Will
buy, sell or exchange real estate,
merchandise or other valuable prop-
erty for anyone anywhere.
Will represent Fire, Life, Tor-
nado, Accident, Plate Glass and
other Insurance Companies.
316 MAIN STREET, DENISOff, TEXAS
Phone ce*. tt
for Spring and Sommer. Oar stock of
Spring Clotking is being received dally.
Jarrett F* 'Say, in his candidacy
for the , Jktnre is doing some
good missionary work in opening
the eyes of the people respecting the
fee system as it relates to criminal
matters. He is exposing its iniquit-
ies and bedding up to view its per-
nitious effects. The truth a, there
can be no such thing as equal right*
and justice to all while men charged
with the keeping of the public peace
are sent forth to make their meat
and bread from fees. If they do sot
convict they get nothing. Put every
peace officer in dites of 4000 inhab-
itants and upwards on « salary and
then there will be no incentive to
exact unjest charges.
It is not genarally known that it
is a violation ot law for a newspa-
per to refuse to receive an advertise-
ment of the same class be is running
ia bis paper, tile regular price be-
tbose who have been in touch with
the history of the academy can ap-
preciate and realize what thia one
man has accomplished.
It has been a story ot steady pro-
gress ever since Professor Hinshaw
Hardwick. If you elect Mm
you honor your city and do
Juntloo to a good man. Do
not only rate for Mr. Hard-
wick, but work for Mm. Ho
hoe boon on honored eitixen
of Creyeon for a groat many
years end is loved and res-
pected by aN. He should re-
took hold of Bloomfield. This pro-
gress is not only illustrated in educa-
tional methods, but in material ad-
vancement. The old ramshackle
has given place to modern innova-
tions, and to-day there nestles
among the beautiful groves of Pa-
nola one of th* most magnificent
structures of learning ia the south-
west. Professor Hinshaw, from the
day of hia advent as superintendent
of Bloomfield hs* kept iaith with
hi* earliest promises sad aspirations.
He has never faltered in hia dsvo-
tian to the elevation and betterment
of tbol« who have been entrusted to
Bloomfield he* long been recog-
nized as the best of the national
schools. The Chickasaw legisl%tnre
have acknowledged this fact and
have never been niggardly in their
appropriations to add any improve,
ment to the academy that would in-
crease it* usefulness. So great ha*
become the fame of the academy
There ere 6gz ex-confederates or
their widows rsceivtef pensions
from the state. This qsftrter they
will receive, the munificent sum oi
$8 each. It is to be sent twenty
day* earKer this quarter to furnish
spending money to those who wish
to attend the Delis* reunion.
Another chapter ia Southern
Methodist book concern scandal is
about to be promulgated, according
to a recent Washington dispatch.
At the forthcoming general confer-
ence of Methodist* to be held at
Dallas, Bishop Warren A. Chand-
ler, the official head of the Metho-
dist Episcopal church of the south,
ing tendered. For example, some
papers refuse to receive advertise-
ment* of department stores, in order
to protect their home advertisers,
who ere their regular patrons, but
the United State* courts have de-
clared that a paper cupot disenmi.
nets in favor of an wEertiser to the
detriment of another ot the same
class. Such action would be
Mir interest in There is a proposed amendment
beta at Bloom- to the state constitution to be voted
i are doing a on at the next November election.
The literary It provides that the voter shall pro-
moat excellent duce his poll-tax receipt before he
music and the I will b* allowed to cast his ballot.
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 52, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 13, 1902, newspaper, April 13, 1902; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth570938/m1/1/: accessed November 14, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.