The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 52, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 13, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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that the managers of several English in the United States bai just b
railroad* arc preparing to place op- completed in Washington, wfc
dora for the equipment of their Hnee irrigate* 30,000 acre* of eg
with them. lent land. The main canal ia
A large number of wealthy turn- mile* long and baa 350 mile*
bennen from the MIaak«ippi valley branch caaala and lateral*. 1
are now touring the Pacific coaat ayatem carries water ever 75 mi
with a view of making heavy pur- The ditch ia 63 feet wide and 8 1
chaws and investing in aaw mill* daep.
and in seeking to control the Pacific Some German farmer* are
coast trade. porting oat* from Tens for sa
The we*t produces qo per cent of ing purposes,
the gold, silver and copper output A sugar beet factory is to
of the United States 5 ft percent of erected in Western Arisona wit
die iron and cereal*; 63 per cent of capacity of 500 tons of beetsJ
swine; 50 per cent of the milking day. The average growth of to _
cows and 60 per cent of ail other per acre is 18 ton* in that locality; Jits down,
cattle in the land,
alone send us 16,000,000 barrel* of
flour every year, and Elgin sends
3,000,000 pounds of butter,
groat lakes bring forward on their
surface $160,000 bushels of grain
every year and the Detroit* river
floats four times as much tonnage
as the Sues canal.
A valuable and workable deposit j laces and nets. Capital
of bituminous coal 1000 milts long 181,000,000.
runs along the eastern baw of tbe
main range ot the Rockies extend-
ing through the Canadian boundary
through Montana, Wyoming Color-
ado and New Mexico.
Some of the finest specimens of
bridge engineering work is being
executed in far off India. A bridge
made of American steel i* to be
built Over tbe river Ganges, which
will have fifteen spans each twenty
Johannesburg, South Africa, will
inn abort time have one ot the finest »i«nding at Chicago, Omaha, Sat -ft** „ , mo^ownt on foot in
electric**’?' plants in die Francisco and a number of inter- towns where Miss Stone is billed
world. It iltocost $a ,000,000. mediate points. for a V hire, to kidnap her and
What is to be an immense loco- Southern rmlrowk are grtring ££ fiFSSSS*, bS
motive works is to be established la r#adY to use Texas oil on their en- •Tg> th„ lecture date is
Yorkshire, England, after tbe gwe* and for all purposes calling *ver. ”
American pattern will be built tort**. The Kama* City South- You often bear tbe expression,
This course has been found neces- erB baa just completed a tank at <*Q|iet cook and bottle washer.”
aary on account of the superiority of Freeport, La., which will hold 40,- Wall it means something in an
a 000 barrels. Atebisdn family, where tbe woman
„ . P . ', ...... Nickel steel is gradually coming who do€* cooking, baa three
Seattle merchants calculate that . ~~ babies wbow bottles have to be
from 4000 to 8000 passengers will into “**’ r,d* °* washed every boor.
go from there to Cape Nome and v‘ni' tr*f "°und the “lebrmt^ ....... *
Alaskan poinU, and that 30,000 “h°"« +*• « Kittening 1st the Etnsy E* Meant.
. . PP^ has nickel steel rails. Ordinary Frank Anderson was for years a
Wuhinoinn ... steel rails wear out there every year weU known commerdal traveler who
Washington farmea are planning ... . regularly viaited Dallas, Tex. He
the construction of an serial gravity and "*** *° r*P*ac*d< but the ^ pcasioastely fond of honey, and
tramway on the Columbia river by n,c^e steel rails that have been ^ proprietor of tbe hotel at which
which grain can be transported down for eiKbteen «• « be alwsy* stopped always ttedsom*
bolding one ton of gram each. *, , . , ^7” tbev aooroached Dallas be mention-
Tfcese immense buckets will run at nortbwest have united to ndnee, if ^ ]^that*hs would have a treat
regular intervals apart and the P°**lb e’ *“• government to enter evening foe supper. When tbs
weight of backets running down tbe into "^ocity treaties with foreign pair wen sitting at the suppe. table
7 ... ,, * . countries by which tbeir floor can that night no honey appeared, and
: dr*w * **
‘ Chicago pork packers have bought European competition will The waiter smiled and said, “You
! - t___i..~ crowd out American wheat. mean that little black-haired one!
>1 old fashioned motherly wo-
1 so mneb sympathy for chil-
10 live la s boarding bouse,
1 never thinks of heathen in
w. a. mss. h. o sows
KNAUR ft HOWE,
Denison Foundry ft Machine Shops.
Bxemte all work pertain jng to the bust-
8€$l« „* v
♦13 TO 417 W. Curtin Sr_
C. S. COBB, President
J. J. McALESTER, Vice President
R. ft. LEGATE. Cashier
P. J. BRENNAN, Asst. Cashier
J. B. McDougsll,
E. A. SIsck,
C. C. Jink.
I. J. McAlester,
R. 8. Legate,
W. B. Munson,
C. S. Cobb,
J. R. CulUnsne,
W. H. Cobb,
Tbe Grayson My Abstract Go,
P. J. Brennan
Minneapolis J the average saccharine 16 per cent. ^ liquid air plant at
and the average acre prsductkm the state univsrtity. They have a
5846 pounds of sugar. | lot of things there that will not
The| The American silk industry is *•«* f»»her to
P.—. r.p.dl,. Th«. .re 483
establishments exclusively for Xilk .... „ .
manufacture which produce goods , Aa Atehison msn will go to board-
ujnuufoviuio VVUiVU r l4V® Swvv" I uCCltHC QQ Wft&tS lO Mf OOW
worth $107,000,000. Of this $18,- a, Wite will look with her hair
,000 ia | curled. She haan’t bad time since
iployed they went to housekeeping.
Solve file temperance question
doesn’t want around.
And upsets the happy farmer when it
nearly has Mm drowned.
Oh, the happy farmer's dreaming as he
always dreams in (pring,
Of the crape that he will harvest and tbe
prices they will bring;
The wind ha* blenched Ms whisker* and
the sun has tanned Ms hide ;
HC heslrfr STiTri^* torfac,t»bot hU
His overalls are baggy and Ms boots are
.plashed with mud,
Still hi* liver's working fairly and there's
iron In hi. Mood.
Ah, tee happy, happy tanner, how Ms
buoyant spirit soars,
And he hobble* rather slowly out to do
the morning chorea.
His boy* are in the city, they’re emanci-
Th€T h?~ *°ne to ««h« their fortune
and left pa to guide the plow.
And tee boys are always calling for what
money he can raise.
The State National Bank
Pflid op Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits $25,000-00
Development* in railroad circles | for yourself, by resolving to be
point to the construction of l86 fo***™**
miles of red between Chambers- Lga^STia ttying to ‘W’yoS.
coast and the west. other birthdav. Her next will be
A. F. Flattxk, Coukthxv Marshall.
First Vice President. Sn’d Vice Pres.
W. G. Meginwis, Cashier.
I. W. Mabdbx, A. F. Puttm,
J. B. McDovoall, P. H. Tobin,
Courtney Marshall, D. N. Robb,
G. L. Blackford
I)R. W. T. BOOTH
Diseases of Women and Children
No 326 Main St.
a Texes Field Trial dub, which is
for thf purpose of fostering end up-
holding a good fellowship among
Typewriter and Duplicating Paper, Mimeo-
graph and Supplies-Stenographer's Supplies, Car-
bons, Ink, Etc. Typewriters cleaned, repaired
and rented. Write or call
Denison Typewriter Exchange
Webreed and qualities of shooting
dogs; to * increese the interest in
legitimate sport with dog and gun;
to bold a field trial in toe state on
quail every year, at sack s time sad
place as may be dedded upon by
the members of tbe association; and
to bring tbe sportsmen of the state
into closer touch through these
Sole Agent for-
| You are interested in investing
your money wisely. I am interested
in giving yon tbe best returns for
Texas, Monday April 21, (Battle
of Flowers day). Those interested
are mvided to attend, or may send
proxy by addressing *
T. A. Fkrlxt,
Texas Field and Sportsman,
San Antonio, Texas,
tbe money you put into a house. *
7 I ntake you ted that your cash
could dot be put to better use.
Six room bouse, cellar, barn and
jjty water, 3 co foot lots, on tbe
The finest line of Buggies in Denison. We are re-
ceiving them by the carload. Call at our warerooms
and look at the new styles.
NO. 416 WEST MAIN STREET, DENISON, TEXAS.
fixed up satisfactorily with his wife.
Tsapersnes Workers of Grayson County
You are invited to attend a local
temperance rally at tbe Central
Christian church, Sherman 3 P. M.,
Sunday, April 30th. Tbe question
of a Prohibition campaign tor Gray-
Plans and specficatii
for public buildings
world increases. In 1877 there
were 397,000,000 bread eaters in tbe
world; in 1864 there were 401,000,-
C. M. ADAMS
tO-Batort, )*• Safa Street
TW Uelrenit, ot r«».)rI,.«U
digests what you eat. Sea k Noe. apr j recently came into possession ot j
■■ 1 - I wh*t is regarded as tbe oldest piece |
LIST0FPATEHT8. |of writing hs tbe world. It is not a
Granted to Texas Inventors toe awwweript, but a fragment ot a
last week. Reported by C. A-1 veae which was broken in fits raid
Snow ft Co., Patent Attorney, I ^ u>« ancient city of Nippur. The
Washington, D, C. I inscriotion is in Dicture writing, and
^ iidraate* that the piece dates back
Antonio, nutcracker; J. S. Doak, to forty-fivf^hundred yean before
Fort Worth, insect destroyer; £. I the Christian era. This vase waa
Engleman, Selma, sulky lister jX J fuioned 31 ft yean before Noah
gram, Bhnvanue, draft equaliser; | tba ark, and 496 yean before Adam
J. E. McLelland, Groeabeck, de-1 was created. These intelligent peo-
stroying stamps ot trees; C. R. | pis of Nippur may have been the
FOX A O’BRIEN, Proprietors.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
TRY OUR HOFFMAN HOUSE RYE
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE............
327 Main Street Denison, Texas
Wheat growing capacity is beyond
all probable demand. In the Do-
minion of Csndsda in its northwest-
ern territory end in Manitoba, there
are but 8,000,000 acres ia today,
while there are 340 million acres ot
wheat growing land.
The average annual needs of the
world for wheat are 2,324,000,000
bushels. In 189S the crop was the
smallest for seven years, when it
was 3,314,000,000. The average
To Oora a Orid is One Day
Muller Block, - Eaat
each box. arc.
On Thursday tbe senate passed
tbe oleomargarine bill by a majority
of eight votes. Senator Hanna,
who had all along been opposed to
tbe measure, was brought into line
by a flood ot letters and petitions
which came to him from all sections
and which illustrated bow sytematic
was the work of the promoters of tbe
measure. The bill, as passed, con-
tamed Senator Harris’ amendment
including renovated mid adulterated
butter in tbe provisions applied to
oleomargarine. "I was certainly
glad to get off the back of that
! cow,” remarked Senator Spooner,
I Friday morning. "To use Hiber-
| nianisa, that cow was a boar.”
From Forest to Yard
Every step of tbe way from the tall tree to the boarding or
flooring of the smallest dimensions receives vigilant care before it
gets into the hands of our customers. The tree is all right in the
first place, the sawing and planing in the second place, and drying,
or “seasoning,” in the third, and price and promptness of
delivery in the fourth, at
Lingo- Leeper Lumber Co.
(Successors to Burton, Low" £ Co.)
Yards at Denison, Dallas, Fort Worth, El Paso, Colorado, Big Springs,
Midland and Pecm.
Special attention given to the Eyes,
Ears, Nose and Throat. x
Office Over 319 West Main Street,
DENISON. TEXAS. tf
India will fall short 40,000,000
bushel.; Manitoba is below the I
average quantity; Australia and |
Chili will show material reductions;
tbe-Argentine crop i* heavy, some I
105,000,000 bushels. In tbe United I
States about 39,000,000 acres are
devoted to wheat raising. Tba I
average is thirteen and one-balfl
bushel* to the acre. ^
Pennsylvania lumbermen have]
just purchased 60,000 acres of tim-
ber lands in Northern California at I
a cost of $450,000 and will invest
$3,000,000 in building mills and s
50 mile railroad to reach tbe South-
There is in progress at present a
remarkable expansion of cspital in
Tbe British government has just
purchased.320,000 cases of canned;
beef from Armour’s Chicago pack-
ing bouse to be delivered In Lon-
don, also 500,000 pounds of sliced
bacon in tin cans for immediate
shipment. All fof it is tor South
Tbe French government has voted
$130,000 tor fiie pm pose of French
exhibit at tbe St Louis fair.
The Finest Wines
• • •
tton. Your health will suffer permanently
if you do. DeWltt’s Little Early Risen
cure such cases. M. B. Smith, Butternut,
Mich., says: “DeWItt's Little Early Ris-
er* are the most satisfactory pills I ever
took. Never gi ipe or cause nausea. Sea
ft Noe. *Pr
The Stele of Missouri is endeavor-
ing to have tbe remain* of confeder-
ate soldier* of tbe state who are
buried elsewhere removed to tbe
State cemetery at Kansas City.
The expense is borne by Missouri.
It was reported a few deys ego that
the remain* of Col. Joha M. Mile*
who commanded e Missouri regi
meat daring file war, and who died
la this city eight years ago, were
fO be taken to Kansas City, but ow-
316 Main St
ST. LOUIS STEAM DTE C
Il6 MAIN STREET. /
Suita to order. AU kinds of hr#
cleaning and repairing. Kf
cleaned. Guarantee flnt-deef
W, G. GENTRY, Manage/
Phone 183 3^7
sett Ave., Cer. Weedard 8L
>s a fine line of Fish
Oysters, and tb« only
in town, Vegetables
Jeieryfrasb every dsy.
t delivery. Meat 4M
•‘but ia that case I’m fearing tbe
coet would owergsag tbe profit.”—
A thoroughbred Jersey ’ball will
stand for the next season at tba
West End Wagon Yard, 1431 W.
reputation all over Denison, North T«ta*»
ctly first-class, up-to-date line of goods carr:
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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/m1/2/: accessed October 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.