The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 18, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 16, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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LCVt LINGO. M. O. SHARP
LINGO & SHARP
Eire, Tornado, Bonding and Plate
no W. Main St., Dcntaon, Texas. t<
W. J- MATHIS
Rooms Nos. 7, 9 and it. East Stairway,
W. R. ENAUK H. O HOW*
KNAUR & HOWE,
Denison Poundry & Machine Shops.
Execute all work pertaining to the busi-
413 to 417 W. Caxstnut St-
The Grayson County Abstract Qo.
State and Count/ Taxes Collected.
A. P. WOOD, Notary Public.
Dkxison, Texas. tt
Office: 12a Main Street.
' Office at Hanna A Son’s Drug Store,
Residence, No. 713 West Day Street.
a Specialty. * I
Shop: 204 W. Ch» irut Strskt.
•pHK DENISON PHARMACY,
322 Main Street.
•^■Prescriptions a Specialty^
Charles D. Kingston. Prop’r.
J. T. SUGGS,
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Publijc.
COLLECTIONS. . . DEPOSITIONS. j
Local Attorney Dun Mercantile Agency,
Rooms 1-3, west stairway, Muller Block.
OLD RELIABLE GROCERY.
Fresh Country Produce a Specialty, and
H. L. DECKER
206 main Street,
Denison. - - - - - Texas.
fa T- LEONARD,
Plans and spechcations prepared
lor public buildings and private
DENISON. - -
£ H. HARDING.
Attorney at Law and Notary Public
New Phone No. 50-
OENISON PLANING MILL
JOHH- BfiOWTTB RIDGE, Prop’r.
We make SHELVING,
COUNTERS* STORE FRONTS
- and BRACKETS
Early Days in Denison.
Items of Local sad General Interact Taken
Fran the Oolumns of the Denison
WEEK ENDING AUGUST f, 1S75.
J. W. Jennings was appointed by
the governor centennial commission-
er tram this state, and W. J. Hutch-
ings, proxy_Thete wai on ex-
hibition at the Senate saloon, a
full rigged ship with a pilot boat in
the distance. It was the work ot
Jim Spence, and most of it was
whittled out of wood with a jack
knife. Itiwas put up at rsffie at $i
a chance_________Nelson Jones, a
tough negro, went to the colored
church Sunday night and disturbed
the worship by bad language. One
obthe brethren came down town to
get Policeman Mitchell to eo to the
church and arrest him. On the way
to the church they met Jones who
swore he wouldn’t be arrested. He
knocked the other negro down and
picked up a rock to throw at the po-
liceman when the latter fired, the
ball shattering Jones’ band and lodg-
ing in his abdomen. He was then
taken to i ail and a physician dressed
his wound--The only paper
published in Cook county was the
Gainesville Gazette, a six column
folio, Baily Dodson & Co., proprie-
tors_______j. Max Gruudstein had a big
tarrantular for a bedfellow Monday
night but ididn’t know it till morning.
A glance at the ugly looking sfrang-
er sent him tumbling over the foot-
board. The tarrantular was captur-
ed with the aid of tongs and deposit-
ed in a bottle of alcohol_Major
Doran, who killed Policeman Pat-
man, Was released on $Sco bond
___:_While hunting squirrels Col.
Lipscomb killed a rattle snake,
measuring six feet eight inches, near-
ly as large in the middle as a man’s
arm and I carrying ten rattles__
The dailj Register made its appear-
ance in Sherman. It was a four page
paper, hjye columns to the page.
__The Colbert wagon bridge
across Red river was completed and
thrown open to the public Aug. 7.
John Petigrew and Dr. Johnston
had a difficulty at the latter’s drug
; over a blillj presented by Petigrew.
The Do^tof claimed Petigrew was
about to assault him with a cane,
when helm sell defense drew a knife
and-cut Petigrew in the hip. The
affair was ventilated in Esquire
Kirk's office, and Johnston, was
bound ojver in the sum of $ioo and
PetigreW fined $^.00 and costs.
The latter took an appeal__J.
B. Lalojnde was having a frame
building: erected east of the railroad
for a grist mill, saw mill and cotton
gin. Mir.: Bate had the contract.
__Few of our readers are aware
that in ips younger days Ikc Waples
was a poet. It was bis custom when
load cjf lumber went out from the
Demsonj yards to ornament it with
one ot his original stanzas. Here is
specimen which was copied from
a wagorj, the effusion being in his
own “hjmdwrite 1” "Mother may
I go out to swim? Yes, my darling
daughter, but go to Lseper-Lingo
& Co.,j if lumber is what you’r
arter.”.!__On the first day of
August; 1S75, the total indebted-
ness of : the citv of Denison was
$75,009, $63,000 in bonds and
$12,00 script. The annual income
was $24,300____Mayor Tibbs
moved into his new brick residence
on Main street Friday, Aug. 6th.
_The voters of Texas decided
Tuesday at the ballot box to have a
constitutional convention to frame a
new constitution. A small vote was
polled jin Denison_Ex-Pjesi-
dent Johnson died at his daughter’s
residence in Bristol, Tenn of para-
lysis, July 28.
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Th<; Gazetteer is indebted to
townsman, John Collett for a nice
mess of apples.
The Texas cribs are going to be
full this year with white and yellow
corn, and the hogs won’t have time
to squeal for teed, tor they will have
all they can brace up against.
Jessie Looney Friended the old
settlers’ picnic for the a6th year.
Jessie is indeed an old settler, he
has resided in Texas tor the past
fifty years, and around Denison for
at leiit forty. He is 77 years of
‘age. . He made an address at the
old settlers picnic.
The editor of the Sherman Cour-
ier probably gets a free pass why he
waxes so eloquent in defense ot the
A darkey never feels quite .right
at this season of the year except
when the fu.ee of a water melon is
running down hia chin.
We saw a sight down in Eagle
Lake bottom. I. T., about 25 year*
ago that we have always vividly re-
membered. While hunting for a loat
shell belt we heard a crash in the
brush: and here came a drove of
deer tc single file. There must at
least have been 50 deer.4 They were
not over ten yards distantt We had a
gumbut no shells. If was the
grandest sight that we (jfave ever
saw in our hunting experience. In
that country at present not a deer is
left. Farms have opened up, the
game hog has done the rest.
Some of the worst dives ever
known in the history ot the
on Main street. They .ought to
move- down’to East* Chestnut street
wber? they belong, in fact, they
ought to be forced off ot the leading
business thoroughfares of the city.
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Lane Bros., contractors, are build-
ing for H. Tone, Jr.,: two neat
three-room rent cottages at Nos.
206^ 208 and 2to West Day street,
and also a four-room cottage at No.
222 West Munson street. The
three cottages will cost $2000..
The old settlers picniV at Sher-
trrag ’ wound up with a murder.
A young man named Frank Hunni-
cutt, a resident ot Van Alstyne was
killed by R. J. Lanham, who con-
ducts a wagon yard. The trouble
began about Hunnicutt and another
party beating a colored man over
the head with a hat. Lanham told
the boy that he should have called
in the officers. This Mr. Lanham
states, enraged one of thfi pien, the
one the boy said had taken his hat
and mistreated him, and be turned
on Mr. Lanham and was told that
he, Lanhams; only desired to run an
orderly place. At this, the man
who seemed to be under the in-
fluence of liquor advanced on Lan-
ham with a chair and' struck him.
As a matter of self defense Lanham
fired. The man ran a few steps and
fell. When the officers arrived he
was dead and was identified as
The Durant reunion closed Satur-
day. Durant entertained thousands
of people. As an entertainer Du-
rant is a success.
Ji A. Evans, well known in this
city, died recently at Lawton, Okla.
He was an engineer on the Katy.
T^e remains were shipped here for
interment. He has two daughters,
Mrs. Walton Sims and Mrs. Clyde
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The city Sunday was visited by a
The gauge at the pump house,
southwest .ot town, registered one
and five-eightha of an-Jnch.
Yesterday a farmer arrived in the
city at an early bonk and hitched
his team on Main streR. The team
remained there all day until a late
hour of the night without water or
tood. What do you think ot a man
who will treat dumb animals in that
Last Saturday Belt and Cooke
counties voted on local option.
The pros were successful in both
counties. In Bell the majority was
561 and in Cooka it was 23a.
"“Charles Greenwood, a Katy
brakeman, was killed Sunday as the
freight train was coming up the hill
to the West Denison yards. Green-
wood was not missed until the train
was entering the West Demson
yards. The engine was detached
and sent back and the scattered re-
mains were found near Warner.
The entire tram had passed over the
body. The remains were brought
to Denison and conveyed to the resi-
dence of W. M. Cufry, No. 414
West Morgan street. The inter-
ment was, at Oakwood cemetery. _
—There was a farmer in the city
yesterday from near Virginia Point,
east ten miles, who says that a bone
trader “short changed" him to the
tune of $10. The farmer had a
hone to tell and after a little dicker-
ing, got his price which was said to
have been $80. The horse trader
with a big roll of bills in his hand'
very deliberatedly counted out what
was supposed • to be the proper
amount, and handed it to the farmer.
When the farmer arrived in Denison
he found that he was $10 short. He
declares that it was impossible for
him to have lost the money and is
not confident that the hone trader
worked the game purposely. He
did not pay much attention while
the money was being counted out.
The horse trader was an entire
Lightening is certainly no respec-
ter of persons. At Paxton, 111., it
struck two church edifices which
We don’t propose to know much
about street work, but it strikes 41s
as all wrong to iplow up a street
which is in fairly good condi-
Eat All Zou Want.
1 One Day, Grip in 2 Days
Cures a Cold in One Day
.Persons troubled with Indigestion or Dys-
pepsia can eat all they want It they will
take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. This rem-
edy prepares the stomach tor the recep-
tion, retention, digestion and assimilation
of all ot the wholesome food that may be
eaten, and enables the digestive organs to
transform the same into the kind ot blood
that gives health and strength. Sold by
T. B. Waldron.
Anyone sendlna a sketch slid description m»y
quickly ascertain our opiniftn free whether an
uivonUtin is probBblr patentable. OmiiminSca-
* confidentiaL Handbook on Hatenf
sent free- Oldest acency for nesrurin* patent*.
% Patents taken thnyturti Mum; & Co. receive
* Hxruxl notice, wit hoot chaive, iu the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest rtr-
catation of any #»eientitle Journal. Terms. S3 a
year ; four mouths, $L Sarid brail newsdealers.
Branch Office. R2T> r Mt. Washington. D. C.
Special Low Sates Over fl. & T. 0.
$11.85 to .Eureka Springs and return,
date* ot (sale first and third Tuesday* ot
July, August and Setember, final limit 21
days, frojaa date of sale.
$10.35 to Hot|sprlng(s, Ark., and return,
August >4-18, September 1-15, final limit
21 days from date ot sale.
Cheap roundtrip rates to all Texas
health and watering resorts.
For further 'information, call, on or
write J. F. Sewell, T. A.
P. H. Loggins, A. T. A.
We promptly obutiu t and Foreign
v riend model, sketch or photo of invention for
< free report on patent* fcaiity. For free book, <
< HowtoSecu ““ ““
—■Four years ago, Mr. J: D. Mer-
rit, who was then a resident of
ot Cairo, 111., received the intelli-
gence that his brother had been kill-
ed in a wreck in Oregon. About
five months ago Mr. Merrit moved
to Dehison with his family. To his
great: astonishment and the conster-
nation of his family, the supposed
dead man walked into their home
last Sunday. The man killed was
a person of the same name and
initials and living in the same town.
Mrs. Tom Linn’who disposed "ol
her paper at Tishomingo, is visiting
her parents, Mr- and Mrs. Camp-
bell. Her health is very poor.
George Watkins of this city has an
Angora cat. It is a beautiful creat-
ure that cost $40,
site U. S. Patent
WASHINGTON D. C.
We like best to call
a food because it stands so em-
phatically for perfect nutrition.
And Jet in the matter of restor-
ing! appetite, of giving new
strength to Jhe tissues, especially
to the neryes, its action is that
of i medicine. >.
•Send lor free sample
SCOTT & BOWNE. < hembU,
409-415 1'carl Street, New York.
S»c. uih-oo; 4II druggists.
Cure* • CoM in One Day, Gripfai 2 Diya
ST. LOUIS STEAM DYE 00.
Il6 MAIN STREET. 4
Suits to order. All kinds of fancy dying,
cleaning and repairing. Kid gloves
cleaned. Guarantee first-class work.
T, J. GENTRY, Manager Dye Co.
New Phone 141.
terrific wind and rain storm.
few1 moments it blew almost a gale
and: the rain tell in torrepts for near-
ly an hour. -«■
Mrs. Geo. Fisher is quite ill with
pneumonia at her home on Herron
J. M. White, labor contractor,
with headquarters at El Faso, paid
the GAZETTEER office a visit Mon-
day. He has just delivered to the
Katy at Dallas a large number of
Mexican laborers. Mr. White is an
old newspaper man, having conduct-
ed the Caddo, I. T. Herald. He
says that Henry Hackney, ex-cHet
of police of Denison, is doing fine-'y.
Mr. W'bite has delivered thousands
of Mexican laborers to railways un-
•Mr. Rice is putting up a hand-
some four room cottage east of the
:|f in a rain storm you pick up an
umbrella and use it, and then, find-
ing no marks on it to indicate its
owner, you keep it, the act is not
theft and the property can only be
claimed by the true owner on proof
tt^t it is h:s. Such was the decis-
ion in a case tried before Bradwell
/Mrs. Sbuellhas rented the Clymer
rmaurant. We will bet that hence-
forth the restaurant will be a suc-
. i ■
1 Sherman has had two serious busi-
ness failures the past week.
« Wallace Hudgins, who lived in
Denison for several years, died re-
cently on his claim in Kiowa county,
Oklahoma. Hudgins was living
alone and must have been dead sev-
eral days when found. He has rela-
tives in Denison.
The gauge at the office of the
Denison City Water Company
shows the fall of the rain Monday
to have been five-eigbths ot an inch.
Is Richest Woman In World.
Mrs. Mary Louise B. Owen of New
York has become the richest woman tn
the world through a decision of the
California courts awarding her the
title to 40.000 acres of land in Mexico
valued at $50,00Q,000. Her husband,
Col. A. K. Owen, secured a grant of
the land from the Mexican government
In 1872. This grant has recently been
affirmed by the Mexican courts, while
a dispute between Mrs. Owen and
rival claimants in this country has
just been settled by the California
supreme court In Mrs. Owen's favor.
The Hungry Lion.
A little boy was being shown a pic-
ture depicting a Roman arena, in
which there were a number of Chris-
tian martyrs. A pack of lions were in
the act of springing upon their vic-
tims. “It isn’t fair,” said the little
fellow, excitedly. “No, my son,”
agreed- his mother “it lBn’t fair; all
those big, hungry lions-” “But,” in-
terrupted the young hopeful, “there's
one poor lion that hasn't got any
TMjji Animals and Plante Attain
Thtlr PI neat Development.
The Interesting fact has lately come
to the attention of the government
scientists that the frog (the edible va-
riety) attains Its great eat and bpit
development, not, as one would im-
agine, In the semi-tropical swamps of
Florida and Louisiana, hut tn far
northern Canada, on the extreme
northern limit at which these reptiles
are found. This bears out an old and
pretty safe rule that both plants and
animals attain their best development
at the northernmost point of their
habitat Thus the dtamondrback ter-
rapin of the Chesapeake brings nearly
eight times the price of the diamond-
back of Louisiana, and the best or-
anges are grown, not tn tropleal Cuba
(people of the older generation still
remember the coarse-grained, sourish
Havana oranges)- but In northern
Florida, where the treea are frequently
cut down by the hard frosts and cold
weather.—Washington Post. .
AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE.
How, Crusty Baehslor Broke Up
The young matron who never
brought her children to the table and
the old maid who always carried or-
anges to her room were discussing
the difficulties of housekeeping. The
bachelor who eat at the foot bf the
table was making faces aver the oat-
meal and trying to read the paper.
“Well, you know I’d rather keep
house," said the young matron, “but
John says tt Is such a bother for me,
and you know he Is away half of the
time.” “I know" said the old maid,
“but 1 think It would be so hard to
raise children In a hotel.” "Not if
you use the elevator,” remarked the
bachelor. And then the conversation
took a shift
Modern Conveniences In the Alpa
The monks of St Bernard have
taken advantage of modern inventions
in their work of saving lives. Ten days
ago two Swiss alpenists started out to
go to the hospice. Half way up they
were overtaken by a snowstorm and
lost their way. After wandering around
the summit for several hours they
came across one of the new shelters
built by the monks. In It they found
bread, cheese, wine, a spirit lamp and
a telephone. With the latter they
called up the hospice and askqd for
help. By the time they had finished s
good meal a monk and a dog arrived
to show them the way. The tele-
pone at these shelters has saved many
lives during the past winter.
In the Wrong Place.
A well known and popular physi-
cian. whose belief in the future ac-
cords with that of the late Col. lnger-
soll, had occasion recently to perform
a surgical operation upon a man not
select in his language. After etheriz-
ing his patieut the operation was suc-
cessfully performed When the effect
of the ether had passed off, the sub-
ject, looking wildly around the room
exclaimed: ’Where am I?” The doc-
tor replied, “Oh! you are all right.”
"But," said the man, “I may be all
rlgh/ but where am I?” The doctor
answered jocularly, "In Heaven." The
patlebt responded: "If that's so. I'd
like to know what In - you are
- 3100 p. m
41M P. ■
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No. a-------3 ;a5 P- “
No. 4--------------12:45 *• I
No. 16—Flyer .................-11140 a. to
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No. 6—Flyer .... 12:10 p. m
Nos. 1 and 15 connect at Whltesboro
MIN KOLA, GREENVILLE AND DAL
No. 6—Flyer-------- 11:50 a. m
No. 3a------------------3:30 p nr,
N0. 34-----——----------------- 1 too a. m
No. 5—Flyer —— 4:40 p. m
No. 31.--------------------------- 1125 p. ro
No. 33-----_____-------------3:55 s. m
SOUTH BOUND—LRAVU DENISON.
No. ai..„......------------—10:30 a. m
No. 23—-----------------------is 15 p. m
NORTH BOUND—LEAVES SHERMAN.
No. aa---------------------11:10 a. m
No. 24---------------:——_ 3:05 p. m
DENISON, BONHAM AND NEW
Leave-------------------7:00 t. m
------------------* ...... 4*45 9 ®
Arrive ..........................10:20 a. m
Arrive......___________________________ 3:20 p. m
Noe. 31 and 33, south bound, and Nos.
,a and' 34, north bound, run through
jreenville, Dallas and Waxahachie, be
tween Denison and Hillsboro without
change of cars.
H. & T. 0. TIME 0AHD.
No. q _
No. 1 ...
Ns. 10 -
No 2 .
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5:15 a. m
2:00 p. m
7:30 a. m
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--- 400 a m
St. Louis and San Franciaoo Time Card.
s JUTH BOUND—ARRIVES
No. 507—......—---------------ii 130 p. m
No. 509--------------------------11 :io a. m
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No. 508......—.......................— 5:35 s. m
No. 510--------------—........— 2:50 p. m
No. 510 ...
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Recklessness of the Motorist.
That the motorist can not help
reckless driving was maintained by
a French savant in a recent meeting
of scientists in Paris. The furore
steals on them. In setting out they
intend to go at a moderate pace, but
as they warm to the work they must
rush on faster and faster. The flying
landscape through which they tear
forward produces the kind of giddi-
ness which Arabs say takes hold of
tht-tfi In the fantasia. In this state
motorists would run down those
nearest and dearest to them as un-
hesitatingly as though they, were so
Wanted to be
mess, prolapsus, ot
or mm lee
Motor Cars In Switzerland.
Should the experiments III progress
in the neighborhood of Berne prove as
successful as is anticipated travelers
to Switzerland in the summer of this
year will be able to cross tbe moun-
tains by motor car Instead of the
usual post diligence. The actual trials
will be made In. the spring, and the
reeult, if successful, will be not only
to allow travelers to make the differ-
ent journeys in ihalf the lime, but to
open the mountain roads, which are at
present closed tp them on account of
If there la an invalid
falling ot aomb, or from leucorrhea
who has need Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
scription without complete success, the
undersigned proprietors and makers of
that world-famed medicine would like
to bear from such person—and it will be
to her advantage to write them as they
□Ato, la perfect good faith, a reward of
fijoo far any case of the above maladies
which they can not cure.
$3,000 FORFEIT will also be paid if
they cannot show the original signature
ot the Individual volunteering the testi-
monial below, and also of the writers of
•very testimonial among the thousands
which they ear constantly publishing,
thus proving their genainenees.
World's Disvknsary Medical As-
sociation, Proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y.
A Maaaacltasatta woman. Mrs Carrla P. Han-
nafcrd, of He. «» Rate Street, Beverly. Maas,
whe te well known axially there, being Trees
arer or the Order of the Sirin iter, wrote her
esmrlanot aa follows: *Va
et riotioo' U, without a R
00 the market to-day. i
entered for four/ease t
and I dreaded the apj
kaew H W»»at two or l
tvrn otter, witM ana
oar * Favorite Prw
Much Money In Tramp'i Clothee.
A lot of young fellows in an Ohio
town had a good time with a tramp
last week. They took him Into a shed,
gave him a good bath, shaved him
and cut his hair. They then bought
a new suit of clothes, white shirt and
stand-up collar and dressed him out
complete. But when they attempted
to burn hie hobo clothes he objected
and fought for them with such des-
peration their suspicions were
aroused, and upon searching they
found $1,^00 sewed up in toe coat.
Most (.Expensive Tree In World.
Probably the most expensive tree
fn tbe world is in the city of London,
on the corner of Cheapstde and Wood
street, about midway between the
Bank of England and St. Paul's. It
Is -an enormous oak and is said to be
100 years old. It Is protected by a
clause in the deed of the property
which forbids destruction of tree or
branches. Architects were compelled
to plan a rather peculiar building to
avoid the branches. There It stands
in the corner of one of the busiest
streets In London, occupying ground
of enormous value—and positively
the only tree in the city o! London
outside of the parks.
TEXAS A PAUIFI0 TIME OABD
Leave----------------------------------------11 .-55 a. m
Leave (to Pari* only)------------ 3:45 p. m
Arrive (from Paris only)........-10:40 a. m
Arrive--------------i..................... 1 :jj p. m
Leave (to Sherman only)............ 9:45 a. m
Leave......................................11:55 a. m
Arrive---------------------1155 p. m
The Top of the Ozarks
Open all the year.
A delightful resort.
LOW EXCURSION RATES
SUXPHUR, I. T.
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Write for Illustrated Pamphlet and
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"Favorite Prescription” makes weak
women strong, tick women well. Ac-
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which weeks wonders for weak woman.
Tbe Common Sense Medical Adviser,
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fret on receipt of si ons-csot stamps to
pay expense of mailing •»ty. Address
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te OSN-I. Pa*- - TiokIT Aocui
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Corea a CoM in One Day, Gripta 3 Day*
has stood the test 25
years. Average annual
sales over one and a
half million bottles.
Does this record of
merit appeal to you?
' No Cure, No Pay.
t Fifty Cents.
Enclosed with every bottle It a
ten cent package of Grove’s
Black Root Liver Pills.
T. E. HORAN
■ah Has darks. Torpid Liver, Jmw
Thermae Maly that ittaai
One to twe ate aa a
two or four Ml M a
They Ionic the Brer.
» OMIT OT
T. B. WALDRON.
I am going out of the wagon business and ofier my
large stock of
at COST for CASH
No credit, but great bargains for those who come with
No. 416 WEST MAIN STREET, DENISON, TEXAS.
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Smokers Say, ;
Smoking is a Luxury
L TORO CIGARS
Afford the Greatest Luxury
Waples-Platter Grocer Co.
Music Hath Charms
Tso Soothe the Savage Breast
Jules Verne Cigar
The Denison Grocer Co. • Distributors
D. E. SMART
Dealer in C|lOice^
Many years of experience in the grocery business, I think,
warrants me in assuring the public that they will find at
my store a line of family groceries that will meet the de-
mand of the citizens of Denison, and I assure them my
prices will be as low as any dealers’ in town for first-class
goods. I mean to carry the best.
417 MAIN STREET.
From Forest to Yard
Every step of the 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, Lingo & Co.)
Yards at Denison, Dallas, Fort Worth, El Paso, Colorado, Big Springs,
, Midland and Pecos.
Houston & Texas Geotral
Places for Relaxation and Restfulness
KINCSLAND, LLANO, LAMPASAS, MARLIN
and WOOTAN WELLS
’ TRY THEM
Summer Rates In Effect Beginning June I
Write for Illustrated Booklet
Act’g A. G. P. A.
M. L. ROBBINS,
G. P. & T. A.
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