The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 40, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 17, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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Have You Seen
Sunday, January 17, 1904.
1 • 1 iMtannm wUM»»»»
Chas. H, Jones'
New Furniture and
They are fine bakers and you
can save $10.00 to $20.00 and
Follow the Flag
Have you seen it ? Have you
Bridal Wreath or
" Our Flag Flour
Others as good, noue better.
Made at your own door. Why
not patronize home industry ?
Denison Mill and
Elevator Co. •
There Is more lore made over tele-
phone. than In the parlor. The tele-
phone Is a good vehicle tor gtddjr-patad
girls and aenaeleM young men.
Mrs. Vernon Gee and tamilv ot Shaw-
nee are here on a visit to her father,
Col. |. D. Yocoro.
Mr*. Edgar Barnes and her pretty little
son. Leslie, hare
the Holidays, the guests ot
rents. Mr. and *
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Frame, re
turned to their homes at Cleburna, Toes
The daughter# of Jink Clerk, the Katy
engineer, who are very pretty end attrac-
tive, go It on horseback, minus the di-
Mrs. Georgia Moodle has }ust com-
1 ting story. The scege L laid
pleted a hunting story,
in old Mexico.
We notice that our old triend and sub-
scriber, Barney Mackln, is booked for
matrimony. We don't know who the
iady re but this we do know, that she
gets a mlghtr good man when she take
Barney fot better, for worse. The GA*
ZKTTzait extends Lest wishes and con-
Mrs. lnex Nlckols, ot Tishomingo, I.
T., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sidney
Miss Jennie Hawkins left Tuesday tor
Sulphur Springs, L T., for the benefit ot
Mrs. Georgle Moodle, one of the best
stenographer* In the state, has more busi-
ness than she can attend to and la rcaklni'
money hand over fist. If you want gone
Dubb Jordon, a catt eman of the Choc-
taw Nation was here thle week end drop-
ped tn on the Gazetteer.
Major Isaac S. Peck, of Greenest tie,
Indians, la the guest ot his brother,
udge W. Ml. Peck, and will remain In
the city several week*.
John Hogan left 'he past week for
Little Rock, where he will engage in bus-
iness. His family wll) join him tn the
E. M. Clough, at Elkhorn, Nebraska,
has located In the city with his wife and
Watt Holtlgan, a business man of
Council Bluffs, Iowa, la In the dtv pros-
Col R. C. Foster was at Bonham the
Will RGrsen left Tuesday for El Reno,
J. T. Caudle, one ot the oldest house
painters In Denison has returned to this
city alter an absence of about a year in
Arkansas. He comes back to stay, and It
ready to take contracts for work in hit
Mr. and Mrs. H / G. Kelley, of Mlnne-
appolis, Minnesota, who have been the
guests of Mrs. Kelley’s parents, lett for
their home Tuesday.
C. D. Kingston and wife left Tuesday
tor Gtanby, Missouri, in response to
telegram tnnourclng the serious illness
of Mr. Kingston's mothers who has been
dav afternoon.' He was engaged In re-
placing a belt, which had slipped from a
s HJwatha Division No. G. I. A f“iULh ,h* *,B bu,.!d*
o^w DlvUlon^o. 5<j8 if- otL.K.,
jerked him off his feet. He was whirled
around and around the shaft, his feet and
legs coming In contact with a heavy
wooden all! at each revolution. HU hips
and tegs were crushed and broken and
fit* left toot was torn off. The clothing
finally g*ve way, but not until the body
had been stripped. When the clothing
gave way, the body was thrown from the
sbatt a distance ot several feet. Life was
not quite extinct, but the man died
within a few moments without regaining
Consciousness. Deceased leaves a wlte
Earl Evans, a colored man attempted to
kill hU wife last Saturday night In front
Fern Pans . . .
Have an assortment of these
planted in various ways, of
choice terns, begonias and dif-
ferent ktnds of ptetty hanging
vine*. Come and see them.
Have plenty of empty pans ana
baskets and can fill to order.
Cut Roses and Carnations
Will B. Munson.
1315 Mirick are
* On Interorbac Bail way.
* l .
Suit^to order. All kinds of fancy dying,
craning and repairing. Kid gloves
cleaned. Guarantee first-class work.
116 Main Street.
You Don’t Know
How nice we laundry your
clothes unless you giue us a
trial. We5 only ask a tnal
order. The Stur Laundry
does more business than any
laundry in North Texas.
We do rite best work. *
The Star Laundry
Woodard St. Both phones |
work, accurate work, she Is the la<
Mrs. Dumas, of Aley, Texas, is in the
city at the bedside of her son, D. Dumas,
who is confined to his bed from an acci-
dent which occurred abort a year ago.
Mrs. Jane Dotris, who hat been quite
tick for some time is reported to be no
Miss Edith Cooper, a very pretty young
lady is visiting here from Parsons, Kan-
The other day a man who earns $7.50
a week was sued for divorce Bv his wife,
who earns $ua week. She asks an al-
lowance of $5 a week, arid he, on the
other hand, Insists that his more opulant
wife ought -to be comoelled to allow him
$7 a week.
We hare- no use for a person who is
afraid: to be fair and senatbie.
Mrs. W. R. MJlis is able to be up and
around and to attend to her household
Miss Jennie Watson has accepted
position with the music house of Mr.
Miss Caile Young left Monday for
Oakland, Cal., to join her brother, Dr
Young to reside perroantlf.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. O’Maiev takes
ride of ten and fifteen miles everv day
in the country, that is why they are so
healthy and pretty.
Mr. and Mrs. Harre Thompson invited
the Gazetteer reporter to a great turkey
banquet, with wine on the side, but owing
to the tact that we have a severe spell of
-epizotic were Obliged to decline.
We entertain great respect tor Mrs.
Bob Ellis who resides in the 800 block,
ill for some time.
Col. Cooper, proprietor ot the Bank
Exchange Po >1 Room Is In the city. He
has been conducting a Kindergarten
school with great success on the Pacific
Alvin Cronk, a well-known sporting
man of San Francisco, spent last Sunday
in the city.
Frank Caseyi is fieie from Lake
Claude Howard left here last Saturday
for Oklahoma City where he will go into
George McEntyre has gone to Okla-
homa, Kiowa county, to hunt up a loca-
tion. He wants to go into stock raising
on a small scale.
A. K. Bdsh was at Atoka, Tuesday.
He reports that town very dull.
Horace O’Neil and J. Landman have
returr ed from the new town of Bessie,
Oklahoma, which has just been incorpo
rated. They purchas'd property and
spoke very encouragingly of^the future ot
G. L. Blachford was at South McAlis-
Cashier Meginnls, of the Stsfe Na-
tional bank, was In the Territory the past
Wslter Trust who was a resident ot
Denison a number ot years sgo was here
Monday. He compliments Denison’s
General Grant and staff of Fort Sam
Houston, San Antonio, passed through
the citv Wednesday. They occupied the
special car of vtce-piesideni and general
manager, A. A. Allen. General Grant is
en route to Chicago where he relieve*
The Penalty Ordinance Declared Illegal.
-She is kind
' Hand Bags,
Cigar Cases, etc.
can be found in our stock.
All the late leathers are
included. Take a look;
we can please you.
T. B. Waldron
223 Main St.
West Crawtord street,
Several weeks ago our better half went
out to Thanksgiving dinner at Mr. Enoch
Hughe*. They, (the women folk) told
hyr that she was a much better newspaper
writer than her husband. That has been
thrown into our face ever since. As mat
ter of courtesy we conceded the fact, but
we know of a whole lot oj good judges
and well-balanced people who say that
the old woman can’t hold a candle to us
So there you are.
Isn’t it wonderful that we haven't had
leap year ball yet? What are the smart
set thinking about?
-^Walter L. Dowling and Miss
Alder were married last Sunday at the
home of the bride’s sister, Mrs C. W
Litsinger, jr. The ceremony was per-
formed by Rev. A. F. Bishop, pastor of
the First Presbyterian church, in the
presence of relatives and a tew intimate
friends- The bride is a very accomplish-
ed and lovely young lady, greatly admired
and sought after. She has s large circle
ot friends who will wish her every happi-
new that is conceivable to the married
state. ! The groom is an employee of the
Frisco at Sherman. He stand very high
in the estimation of his fellow workmen
and is greatly respected by all. The bride
and groom received myty handsome and
useful: presents They leit tor Sherman
Sunday evening. On their arrival at that
point they were met by a party of ma-
chinists and their ladies* and tendered a
reception. They have gone to house-
keeping at No 917 East Brocket! street,
Sherman, where they will be at home to
their friends. **
Mrs. 1. J. Crooks has returned from a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. Potter, at
Everybody likes it*
A new shipment just
Ralph St. John
With the Beginning
of the New Year
We have resolved to do
business od a cash basis
When you wish to trade
with a cash drug store,
SEA & NOE
Monev to Loan
Buy and Sell Real Estate
H. BROOKS, 2“ W. Mala St
Miss Annie Earl, of Little Rock, Ar-
kansas, is a guest in the city.
Mrs; Alec Mergell, who has been to
Li'tle Rock since the holidays, will arrive
home Sunday. The lady has been the
guest of relatives. I
Mrs. Wilson who resided east two miles
and is at present in Ohio, expects to visit
Denison with her daughter Blanche at
some time 'during the present year.
Blancne has grown up into-* beautiful
young lady. They declare that there is
no place that they like as well as Deni-
son. We hope that Mrs. Wilson will
come back to the old homestead. Para-
dise Heights has never looked natural
since she and Blanche lett.
Mrs. Caroline Zimmerman, ot Houston
is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Mc-
Cuffney, on West Morgan street.
Mrs. G. O. Spears, of .Palestine, is visit-
ing relatives in tiie city.
Mrs. Daisy Moody is spending the
week with her brothers Arthur and Ben
Leecraft at Colbert, I. T.
Miss Jennie Walker, of Durant, visited
Mrs. W. R. Mills Tuesday and Wednes-
day, going from here to Sherman to visit
Mrs. M. A. Anderso a has coppies of her
home paper, the Shelby county, Missouri,
weekly, printed in 1861, and still in a fair
state of preservation. The papers bristle
with news of the war and of preparations
tor it. She also haa copies of the Deni-
son Daily News dating baek to 1875
She prizes there old papers as being
among her most valued souvenirs of the
war days and ot the early days of Deni-
son, of which she has a varied collection.
At the adjourntd meeting of the
citjr council Wednesday night the
mayor at d council, with the excep
tion of Cox and Miller, were pres
ent. Cry Attorney Kone was ir< the
council chamber just before the
mayor called the meeting to order
and left i • the hands of the mayor
an ordinance providing a penalty fo
non-payment of taxes, after a date
*o be supplied by the council. In
the discu ssion of the question the
fact was brought out that the city
attorney had given it as his opinion
'he present ordinance that had been
in force, and under which several
hundred dollars had been collected
from delinquents, was illegal.
Apparently the new oidtnance was
objectionable on similar ground*
Councilman Smith thought it possi-
ble that an ordinance that woul
stick might Be prepared, in fact he
said he bad been so informed by the
city attorney, and append the follow
“That actioo be deterred on this
ordinance until another adjourned
meeting, Monday, January 18, 1904
in order that this council may know
where it is at,’ and that the secre-
tary notify the city attorney to
present. In the event that he again
absents himself, that the council
once employ an attorney to come
before the council and give it legal
advice on this peculiarly constructed
and alleged faulty ordinance.”
This resolution was adop'ed
unanimous vote. /
The Gazetteer understands there
are several large property holder-
in arrtars for the taxes for 1892,
who refused to pay the penalty, while
the penalty, has been collected from
many othtrs. This is not fair, and
places the council in bad light.
They should have been better in-
formed in the first place. Illegal
ordinances create endless confusion
Mr. Stuart, formerly of the
la here from Dallas. He will
locate again with his tamilv.
Claude King, of the clerical depart-
ment of the Katr, was here the early part
of the weak.
Instal atlon'servlce lest Friday
*ast President, Mrs. McNulty acted as
chief Installing officer, and Mrs. Cooper
waa marshal. The officers installed were:
Mrs. John Crotty, president; Mrs. Kate
Dowd, vice president; Mrs. George Sum
mere, secretary; Mrs. Dave Rtece, In-
sure ce secretary; Mrs. Arthur Preston,
treasurer; Mrs. Henry Bref, chaplain;
Mrs. Gus Hohmel, guide; Mrs. Tom
Spalding, sentinel. After the Installation
a luncheon was served and a most enjoy-
able evening passed,
Al Thomas of the passenger service be-
tween here and Sherman Is lying ott with
a very tore hand.
Passenger Conductor Dan McCarthy,
of the Central, has returned his run after
quite a long period of sickness.
Nine car loads ot cattle were shipped
last Saturday from the oil mill, jerry
Street put in two very fine car loads of
The private car of vice-president and
general manager Allen was in the shop
here for repairs the past week. It was
dispatched Tuesday to San Antonio to
convey Gel. Grant and party to. St. Louis.
Conductor Parks of the Santa Fe was
in the city Tuesday visiting hla sister,
Mrs. Carson, who is quite ill.
Dr. George R Tabor, state health offi-
cer, has promulgated the long-expected
rules governing the dlsirtectlon of rail-
road and sleeping cars and public build-
ings. The order of -the health officer
makes the rules < ffective February it.
Among the provisions is this: Sweeping
and dusting of cars are prohibited In tran-
sit except tnat the doors may be swept at
divisional terminals or meal stations,
where passengers will be given an oppor-
tunity to leave the cars during that time.
Seats, windows and walls of cart mutt be
wiped off with a cloth or sponge and not
dusted in transit
The Frisco is branching out at their
shops at Sherman. They have just
introduced Immense hydraulic pressure
Conductor C. O. Hoyt ot the Cotton
Belt was in the city Wednesday
George Wheeler, foreman of the bridge
and building department ot the Katy,
went south tne past wtek.
James Riley, elect: iclan for the M, K
& T , is erecting a large alternating arc
light on the Main street railroad crossings
A. D. Bethard was at Kansas City the
past week. , ^
^R. C. Dodge, second vice grand master
ot the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen,
accompanied by Mrs. Dodge, arrived in
the city Tuesday from Cleveland, Ohio.
They were met at the depot by delega-
tion* from the B of R. T. and the La
dies’ Auxilary and escorted to the Deni
son. In the afternoon, the g’and master
delivered an interesting and instructive
address, in the evening a bauquet was
participated in. The Ladies’ Auxiliary
enteitalned Mrs. Dodge. The visit ot the
vice-grand master is tor the purpose ot
Inspe.ting the different B. ot R. T. lodges
throughout the state of Texss. He will
be In the state for several week* and will
inspect the lodges from the northern
boundary to the coast and also through
the eastern and western sections ot the
Engineer Detamore, of the Choctaw,
Oklahoma & Gulf, has returned to Hai-
ley ville after a visit to his tamil v,'
Conductor Flood ot the Santa Ke was
A party called at the Gazetteer office
Tuesday and represented himself as W.
R. Young, a former engineer on the
Katy Tne gentleman was dressed ss well
as 'll he was going to a wedding. It was
hard to believe that it was in tact ourYild
townsman engineer Yoeng. He look*
about twenty years younger, and was as
apry.on his feet as a boy. The'cHmate of
Missouri must have wonderful powers ot
.healing on its wings, tor engineer Young
was in a vgry bad fix when he lett here.
Mr. Young disposed of hi* ninety-acre
tarm—he is now Cultivating four acres
two miles from Springfield, Missouri. He
has set out a large number ot pear trees
and other truita. Engineer Young is
very much pleased with his location. He
says tor country produce sold at profits
ble figures, Springfield, Missouri, is one
ot the best points in me United States.
Passenger .Conductor Charles Knowl-
ton ot the Katy who ha* bven laying off
for s vera! weeks, reported ror duty Wed-
Th.e Gazetteer received a call Wed-
nesday irom J. O. McLean who is known
asjthe hero of Kansas City flood. Mr.
McLean saved the lives of sixty-five per-
sons, and twenty-five head of horses b -
longing to Phillip R. Tulle. The Kansas
ive, an employe of the
II Company, was killed et
Cotton Seed Oil company,
the company’s gin west of the city Situr-
B. C. Murray, proprietor of the Gaz
ettee* attained hi* 67th year on Thurs-
Alfred end Eva Thomas are just
ting over quite a aiege ot measles
We heard today, that our old friend,
Col. j im Tom Story, is a candidate tor
mayor of Greenville. We hope that the
colonel will win it.
On Wednesday, January 20, Denison
opera house, in Theodore Kremer’s pow-
erful four act romantic drama, “The
t over Behind the Throne,” which is
founded on Schiller’s classic, “Love and
I’ Watches, 88 to SIB
Gentlemen's Cold Watches,
SB to 820, at O’MALEY’8,
City papers contained a portrait of Mr.
McLean with favorable mention. He is
en route to Georgetown with an outfit
to take a contract on the Katy. The
Gazetteer was pleased to meet Mr.
The many triends ot Arthur Gsisen-
h imer will be glad to learn that he is to
be married. Arthur will wed Miss Lizzie
Schlagel of Sedaiia, Missouri, January
27. The Gazetteer wishes the young
couple much happiness.
Plows, Wagons and Buggies.
Now is the time for stalk cutters,
plows and harrows. Come and see
us, we can help you.
Tignor & Mosse.
Citation By Publication.
THE STATE OF TEXAS.
In the District Court, March Term, A.
D- *9°4 . n
To the Sheriff or any Constable of Gray-
You are hereby commanded, that by
making publication of this Citation in
some newspaper published in the County
of Grayson for at least three successive
weeks previous to the return day hereof,
you summon Lizzie Purcell, whose resi-
dence is unknown, to be and appear be-
fore the District Court, 59th Judicial Dis-
trict ot Grayson countv, to be holden in
and tor the County of Gaayson, at the
Court House thereof in Sherman on the
First Monday in March, A D. 1904, then
and there to answer the petition filed in
h day ot December,
illiam T. Purcell Is
Purcell is Defend-
ant, the file number of sa d suit being
15296 and the nature of said Plaintiff’s
demand i 1 substance an action tor d-
vorce on the ground ot abandonment.
Plaintiff also prays for all other relief to
which he may show himself entitled.
Herein Fail Not, but have you then
and there before said Court this Writ
with your return thereon, showing how
you have executeq. the same.
Witness: C. S. Arnold, Clerk of the
District Court of Grayson County, Texas.
Given under my hind and Seal of said
Court at office in the City ot Sherman,
this the 30th day of December, A. D.
C. a. Arnold,
Clerk District Court, Grason County,
That is where we .shine.
Tony Hill Jons.
The early part of the week Miss Emma
Duer, who resides in the 1000 block,
West Crawford street, was knocked down
by a base ball and received injuries which
rendered her unconscious for some time.
A large crowd of boys were playing base
ball in the vacant lots west of the Deni-
son lumber yard. Mias Duer was pass-
ing, and one of the boys, who a short
distance away, threw the ball with terrific
force, striking the young lady over the
left eye. She fell as It shot. She was
carried to Halton’s, where she received
every attention. She has suffered great
ly ever since the incident.
It is almost impossible to part when
the school boys are playing bail, for they
show no regard in which direction they
threw the ball. The wonder is Miss
Duer did not lose an eye. «*
of the opeia house. He stabbed her
twice, inflicting dangerous wounds. It
was a case ot the green-eyed monster,
Evans followed his wife from Sherman.
She was in company with a colored man
named Smallwood. Evans and wife have
been separated for some time. Evans
was arrested. It is probable the woman
will recover, but her wounds are of a
very painful character
Sherman-Drntson local No. 369, Cigar-
makers’ International Union 01 America,
held their installation of < ificcrs at a
meeting held in Labor • all, Sherman,
Jast Thursday night. The following of-
ficer* were Inktailed: L. Schroeder, pres-
ident; H. M. Clay, vice president; W. H.
Ingram, financial secretary; F, M. Wells,
recording secretary; H. M. Clay, Chris
Strauss, R. Gilley, trustees; Leopold
Schroder, E. M. ’ Wells, H. M. Clay,
The Bog£y Hunting Club will leave
Saturday for a weeks’ outing with deer
and turkey and ring-tailed coons.
Td Spies has got back from the Okla-
homa gold fields. He say* that whole
thing is a fraud, and that gold was never
tutind In the Wichita mountains in pav-
ing quantities. -
Will Hanson is getting over a serious
attack ot malarial fever.
We saw a letter from New York today
in which It was stated that it was 40 de-
grees below aero.
“Last night about dusk a flock of wild
geese passed over the field ot Mr. Cheney,
who lives In the suburbs south. His wife
called his attention to the geese and that
they acted as if they intended to settle 1n
the field. Cheney fired into the floe*
killing two Urge Canadian geese He
crippled a thliu, which gave him a long
chase and at last escaped to the brush.
He borrowed a dog ot a neighbor and re-
turned after the goose, which had worked
its wav to the railway and was walking
down the track The dog ran the goose
down and it was captured. ..
We hear the name of Will Mathis
spoken of In connection with the office
of city attorney. 1 his is one of the of-
fices to be filled this spring, and the
Gazxttekr believe* Will would make a.,
excellent city attorney. He is bright in
his profession, and the fact that he has
had experience qp atslatant county attor-
ney, is no small recommendation.
When Dr. |one* died a great many
poor people lost a true triend. The Doc-
tor gave a great deal away to poor neigh-
The ci’y teams are tearing up South
Armstrong avenue. They do this about
once a year. There are a number ot
streets that need more immediate atten-
tion than that avenue. ^
Ed Cowen has a fine .'girl baby at his
Coal and wood thieves are reported.
They even carry it away in wagons.
Al I homas has in his yard. No. ion
Main street, street car No- l, the first car
that ever appeared in Denison. It is
quite a relic and will be preserved oy
Mrs. John Carlisle is getting over a se-
vere attack ot the grip.
There was a i installation ot the Re- Special stock
bekahs and I O. O. F. the past week.
The installing officer for Denison Lodge
was Fast Grand J. T. Butler. The fol-
lowing officers were installed: J. W
Walker, noble grand; O. Anderson, vice
grand; H E. Close, secretari ; Adolph
Arm, treasurer, i'he installing officers
for Rebekah Lodge were Mrs. Elsie
Kachel and Mrs. J. W. Walker. They
periormed the work peifectly The of-
ficer# installed in Rebekah Lodge were:
Mrs. J. A. Tally, noble grand; Mrs.
Christine Rain-s, vice grand ; Mrs. Elsie
Kaehei, secretary ; Mrs. Jeanie Snyder,
'This is the third instance since the
holidays. Archie Brown, son or Brown,
the dairyman, at Lawn Farm, was shot
while tooling with a pistol. The ball
penetrated the boys’ foot and will lay
him up tor some time. —
The Woodmen ot the World had a big
time in the city Monday night. Live
Oak Camp entertained the Hon. Joseph
Cullen Root, father ot Woodcraft, also
State Manager J. W. Geiger, ot Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, fand W. A Fraser, head
counsel ot jurisdiction. The distinguish
ed guests were entertained by a large
audience at the opera house. The mayor
delivered the welcoming address. He
was followed by Sovereign H H. Cum
mins, who extended a welcome in behalf
of Live Oak Caip No. 11, and intro-
duced the honored originator of the
great order. Mr. Root was then pre-
sented to the audience and delivered an
eloquent and instructive address on the
past and futu e of traternal insurance.
W. A. Fraser and Mr. Geiger, who ac-
company Mr. Root, also spoke briefly.
Alter the conclusion of Mr. Geiger's ad
dress, the Ladles’ Circle of Live Oak
Camp presented Mr. Root with a beauti-
ful boquet. The presentation was made
by Mrs. H. Livers in a very appropriate
address, and was feelingly responded to
by Mr. Root. The distinguished party
went over to Sherman and wifi visit
other.points in the state.
George Higgins, a lad twelve years old
almost killed his little brother Jasper
last Sunday while hunting. Higgins
jumped a rabbit in the woods nqar the
The new Presbyterian church,
buity to replace the church edifice
burned a little more then a year ago,
wai dedicated Sunday at 11 a. m.
Rev. Arthur F. Bishop preaching
the dedicatory sermon. Rev. Biahop
waa aatited in the >eryic\ by Rev.
H. S. Little and Rev. D. H. Dod-
son |of Leonard, Texas. The full
church choir rendered a magnificent
musical program. The auditorium
and annexe* thrown together have a
•eating capacity of about 1,000 and
every seat was filled, as well as ad-
ditional seats provided, those that
attended perhaps numbering 1200.
The new building is modern in all
iti appointments, it ot pressed brick
with atone trimmings, and cost, with
the furnishings, $16,000. The main
entrance it at the corner of the
building at intersection of Burnett
avenue, and Gandy street, of two
other entrances on the north side of
the building facing Gandy street,
olc leads to main body ot 'be
church, the other to the Sunday
school room. There is also an en-
trance feeing Burnett avenue at the
southeast corner of this building
that leads to the choir platform.
All tbe entrances are ot stone with
handsome balustrades ft inking the
steps. The interior •• finished
quartered oak, the seats are of tbe
same. An elaborate steel ceiling
adds to the decorative scheme. The
building is heated by two bot air
furnaces, and is lighted by electric-
ity, the light being in beautiful and
costly brass chandeliers which de
pend irom varies portions of the
ceiling. The floor is covered with a
handsome csrpet which Cost $500.
When the old church edifice was
burned in December, 1902, pastor
and members began immediately to
devise ways and means to replace it.
The fund derived from the insu
ranee on the old building, about
$4,800-, was add to at every oppor-
tunity, jby contributions by the a
and missionary societies, ot t
church, by individual members, by
many friends of the church, mem
bers of Mother churches and those not
members ot any church. Rev
Bishop secured aid from tbe church
erection board also. Seeing the way
clear to a realization of their plans,
work on the structure was begun
July, 1903. Tbe formal opening of
the new building was a glad dav to
pastor and congregation who had
labored so faithfully in its behalf.
The structure is an ornaynent to the
city and all citizens feel a pride in
iheir success. ...
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MONJAY, JANUARY 18
50 lbs standard granulated suyar..2C
25 lb sack highest patent flour_____ic
25 lbs Greely p arl white potatoes., ic
Look Out for Circular.
Semi-Annual Statement of
The State National Baijk *
___At the Close ot Business December 31, 1003.
Loan* and Securities ___________________ ...........
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation________
U. S. Bonds to Secure U. S. Deposits___
Premium on U. S. Bonds........................
Bsnk Building, Furniture and Fixtures...
Other Real Estate.......................................
C**i^—Due from Banks .......... ................
no hr tude U. S. Treasurer__________
nO ........................ ......._
- *3*8.393 95
Surplus and Undivided Profits .-..I...
Banks ............. ....... .....
United States_________.. ....
The abdve ststem-nt is correct.
A. F. Platter,
A. W. Acheron,
J! W Madden.
G. L, Blackford, President.
Wm. G. Mkginnjs, Cashier.
E H. Lingo,
P. H. Tobin,
J B. McDougall, ]
W. W. Elliott, 1
“Ocean Wave” Washers
The Ocean Wave Washing Machine iw handsome,
durable, and light running, convenient to handle
and operate. It has no friction, no lost
motion, nothing to get out of fix. The
running g' ar is more simple, has fewer working
parts, ard for thin reason will last longer, run
easier, and with iess labor than any other machine
made. We unconditionally guarantee them.
Dollarhide & Harris
HALL BROS. out of *
Ewivthing now at sc'ual cost. This is the first clean stock
of Ticket goods ever offered at absolute cost. Don’t miss it.
I' must be done quick. 384
The RACKET STORE
1 310 Main Street
$2.00 PANTS SALE
Rev. Carlisle P. B Martin, L L. D.
Waverly, Texas, writes: “Of a morn-
ing, when first rising, I often find a tr ;ub-
lesome collection ol phlegm, which pro-
duces a cough, and Is very hard to dis-
lodge; but a small quantity of Ballard’s
Hoiehou'id Syrup will at once dislodge
it, and the trouble is over. I know of no
medicine that is equsi to it, and it is so
plessant to take. I can most cordially
recommend it to ail persons, needing
medicine for throat or lung troubles."
Price 25c, 50c, $100 bottle at T. B.
Having Severed Our Connectio
With ’he Williams
we have established a
at 116 N. Rusk Ave.
Where we are prepared to
give first-class service in our
line. If vou need a new, well
made suit, a new pair of
trousers, any repair work or
pressing, give us a call. La-
dies’ skirts altered, cleaned
a d press d. **
W. S. Urquhart & Son
cotton mill, and was so excited
discharged the gun without taking aim.
The charge of shot went through the
coat of Jasper, buhdid not inflict any in-
jury. It was a close call, however. _ -
■"Red River Navigation Convention will
be held at Bonham the 25th inst. Deni-
son will send over a large and influential
Mrs. George Hogan is quite ill at her
home on East Munson street. ,
Mrs. A. K. Bush, who has been an in-
valid tor several months, i6 somewhat
Plows, Wagons and Baggies.
Now is the time for stalk cutters,
plows and harrow*. Come ant see
us, we can help you.
^ Tignor & Mo«6e,
A resolution wm passed by the city
council Wednesday night, noticing the
M. K. & T. Co. to place an arc light at
the crossing on Armstrong avenue; the
H. & T. C. Co. to place lights on Main
street, Munson atieet, Sears street and
Hull street crossings; the Friaco com-
pany to place lights on and Sears streets
crossings. The above companies were
notified to erect these lights as long ago
at last September, but the notification
was ignored. —1
poor man’s club room” in Denison
| would soon be a thing ol the past.
George Thomas was kicked by a mule
Sunda/ and the knee-cap ot his lett leg
—"E. A. Biackiord, a colored man, said
to be iox, died last Saturday on Red river
north ot Denison. »
^lohn Allen repoits a most extraordinary
theft. A beehive was 6tolen from his
premises on Texas street Monday night.
George Connors, a fisherman on Red
river, tells the Gazetteer that he cleared
$25 on his catch last week. He says that
Denison is a very profitable point to sell
The little Captain Ellison has gone out
ot tne bird dog business for - the present
and returned to the Vince Davis ranch at
the Jack Fork foothi'ls. There L a very
strong probability that the Captain will
marry a handsome rich you g lady and
settle down. It U a long trip, but we really
believe that we would make the trip to
see the Captain stand up and say, “Old
gal, I take you for better or wone.”
Last Sunday a bunch of six deer were
seen a tew yards from the Davis rageh.
John J. Ryan, who lost his wife in the
Chicago Iroquois fire, was tn the city
Sunday, Mr. Ryan stated that hia two
daughter!, his only children, were visit-
ing near Chicago or they would nave
probably met the tame fate as hla wife.
Mr. Ryan was en route to San Antonio,
and expects to locate near that city.
Sideboards, You Bet!
We are giving more wood for the monev than any yard in
Texas. Try thg other fe'lows and then come and see me. I give
you as much-wood for $1 00 as the other yards charge $1.50 tor.
I can prove this. Must c:ose out every stick of wood in my mam-
moth yards. I am going out of the wood business. Ten thousand
cords at your disposal; all kinds of wood. I have put on
sideboard, which means alroo-t double thequmtity of wood it
the old pr Cc.
I CARRY COAL
The best McAlister. When you pay for a ton ot coal of me, you
get it. Prompt delivery and full weight.
BUT DON'T FORGET that I am closing out my entire
G. W. CARVER
Dealer In McAlister Coal and Wood
217 Woodard St., Just Ea^t of Postoffice
BOTH PHONES, 199 3S4
for the Denison trade.
Acknowledged by all as
But Dunn, the Grocer, is still on deck with a
larger and better stock of goods than ever. Has
just stocked u£> with everything fresh.
at rea onable prices.
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92 Phone 92
New Clymer Block, South Rusk Avenue
Union Market HA?“U1LUM’
Only the best of meats carried. All kinds of game in season.
Everything clean and wholesome. Meats at reasonable prices.
I solicit.your patronage. Give me a call ar,d I am sure to please
you. Note change in this ad at times.
No. 420 South. Mirick Avenue,
Near Edward’s Grocery House.
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