The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 20, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 1, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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Published weekly by
THE TRUTH SEEKER CO.,
, Booksellers, sod
at Freethought Works.
i copy ms tied on application.
Large catalogue famished free.
sB LAFAYETTE PLACE,
1315 S. Mirtck Are. Phone 49.
So many people ask why yoa can
*•* your dental work done to much
IN mtadslphla Until Man
It is because by advertising we
get so much more work to do then
other dentists sad do nothing but
Very best set of teeth made__$10.00
Including painless extracting.
M K. solid gold crowns_ e; oo
Bridge work, per tooth
All other work
at same reduced
No. 800 Main Street.
Axe receiving sevetal
These goods are bought in
such large quantities that we
are in shape to make very low
prices. Call and see oar new
goods. Very truly,
Uh will las
! of the
isdly afflicted ----
laughing stock of
kt si Teest
1 wav . ,
th< ugh decidedly dangerous. A
of Are has often been struck out
collision of llpe which has blown up
magazine of virtue. In «
sa—ia Franca, for
than is such strew upon it that • woman
who allows s man to kits her lips has
away alt right to re’use
anything alas. It ia the teal of a treaty
ot aurrender at discretion. The woman
who hsa surrendered her lips, says the
French moralist, has surrendered the
rest. This is not true in England sad
ia America, where a woman is, or at
ary rata may be, kissed on the mouth by
her father, brothers and indy titends;
hut It it in France, where a woman it
invariably ktssrd on the forehead by her
father, on the.cbeeks by her friends, and
mouth by her husband or her lover
The woman who loves you Is more
dangerous than the woman who hates
Beware of the person who la always
chances are that
Thera is a young c
pard street that are t
calf love and are the
the neighborhood They
to do their cooing from t
A few months of married life will cool
them off smsxingly. Demoestrstlve
lovers ot that Uk are about tna first that
rush to the divorce court.
The worst enemy
man has is hli own' craft. Nine-tenths
of the liw told ou newspaper reporter,
are hatched and given a boom by his
fellow newspaper confreres.
Mrs. F. A Robinson and daughter,
Miss Nellie, left Thursday for points in
The Wilde, ness club will support John
in the trying moment. .
Mrs. C. J. Bayne has rsturned from s I ’ *
visit to Ladonia.^M --
Charivy Stout, an old railway boy, left
Agent Green of Ole Frisco will erect s
ouse and tence. He has one of the
miles of Lawton.
La»t Saturday the Katy Denison Sher-
man local was ditched. The engine and
coaches were derailed. No one was
Conductor C. E. Farnsworth of the
Katy sad wife have gone to spend s
ray were married at the Christian church
at 9. P- m. Wednesday, in the presence ‘T"1*.,
ot an audience that packed the rfmreh to ,c; M. Elsy ot the baggage department
the point of discomfort, the pastor of the of the Mlwouri Pacific is spending the
church, Rev. Carnes, officiating. Miss Iweek the etty visiting relatives on Hull
Miss Mary Hunter Platter is here from
Fort Worth visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. E. A. Platter.
Mrs. |oe T. Irvin and Miss Birdie
Irvin went over to the Old Settlers’ ole-
c Mr. J. W. Estes and Miss Eudora Mur^j
[tying good advice, the
ie it a hypocrite, at lei
ypoente, at least that is our ex-
The Third Stock of
Insurance Gasoline Stoves
Fcr this season’s frade it
now in, ready for sale at
The “Insurance” Gasoline Stove
is the only really save gasoline stove
with servants and children. It has
no big tin pipes to rust, get out of
order and become dangerous. Other
makes of gasoline stoves fall by the
wayside when persons once see the
strong points of the Insurance. If
you get the Insurance you take no
And see oar fine line
of Delicacies. We
can serve your table
with the beet line of
goods ever offered
Fin c. Coin
IlfTIERI STEAM DYE WORKS
SO. CHETMCA*, Tailor.
Tailoring and Dyeing.
Mrs. Jerome Platt ot South McAlester
is visiting in the city-
An Indian thinks more of his horse
than of hb wife, end the* e sre women in
Pen bon who bestow more zfiectioSon
their pug dogs than on their husbands.
Among other things the Clerks' Union
should demand that an efficient Isdv
clerk receive as much compensation as
'he men. The women are paid too
Don’t hate the man who dblikes the
society of women; maybe it te hb way ot
A merchant who hat been tn burin
e number of yean remarked Monday:
‘The biggest deadbeats that I have to
deal with are those who effect society
sin and ride around in buggies."
The men are brutes and we know it.
Eighty per cent of the divorce cases are
filed by women.
A Boston woman who is instructor in s
Beacon HU1 school for blue-blooded
Boston girls, has written a hook called
**To Girls,” which consist of letters of
advice, and It b the Real Thing. Every-
thing the gtrb do now when they serve a
pat of ice cream and a piece ot cake U
wrong, according to this book. I >on’t
Wt your girls tee it; tqare bn’t say get-
ting along with them now.—Es.
It b said that there b e woman in
Den bon who reters to men as "brutes,
and we can’t blame her; she has been
We know ot two or three women who
have visited the Buffalo fair and the)
think they should corns back to Pen bon
and fence it ia.
We met an enterprising chap at Law-
ton. He wss selling bustles and bosom
d is tenders to the squaws.
Mis. W. A. Peck has gone to Iowa to
Miss Susie Irbey of Trier b the guest
ot her cousin, Mbs Ells Watson, on
Mbs Frankie Overton of Oakland, I
T., was a visitor at the home of Dr.
Jjsci the past week.
Chief of Pol'ce James drew a diaper
pin at the grand grab sale at L B.
Moore’s. John’s snide b very suggest-
ive ot what he will need further on.
Bernard Smith, of the J. H. Porter
grocery house, and Mbs Myrtle Hatha-
way were married last Sunday at Yosre.l,
Hunt county. The officiating clergyman
was Rev. Sper ce of the at. E. church
The marriage eras solemnized at the res-
idence of a relative ot the bride. The
bride and groom arrived in the city late
in the evening an d proceeded to the home
ot the groom’s father, W. S Smi h, No.
327 west Morton street. Quite a laige
number of ladies and gentlemen were in
waiting and gave the bridal party
hearty welcome. Mbs Leu Smith ot
Fort Wurth and Mbs Rose McCormack
accompanied the bridal party. Mr.
Mnlth, the groom, is one ot the most
popular and nicest young men that has
eve: been raised in Denison. We know
of no young man who has s larger riicic
of admiring ft iends. By hb admirable
deportment and strict attenti >n to busi-
ness be has made maty friends for the
J. H. Porter grocery house. Everybody
ikes "Berney,” as they familiarly call
him. The bride is described as s very
pretty and affable young lady and highly
cultured, being a college graduate. The
Gazkttxxk wishes the young couple
much happiness, long life and a house-
hold of little Smiths.
Mbs Kittle Mimnsugh has returned
from the Pan-American.
Mrs. A. M. t* ingrove and daughter,
Mbs Ida, who have been sbseot several
weeks at Northern points, have returned
Mrs. Waiter D. Collins b visiting her
mother at Paris.
Mbs Mary Sloan who has been the
guest of Sts. J. C. Letcher has returned
to her home at Dallas.
Mbs Eola Cordell of Dallas b the
guest of Mrs. Seaxles on west Crawford
Mrs. Joste McBride, who has been ap-
pointed a teacher in the Fannin county*
sciiool, will bare for there next week.
There never was s man so good but
what sre have seen a woman that we
thought was a little better.
Mrs. W. T. Lockhart of Gainesville b
in the city on a vbit to her parents.
A Boston burglar was so impressed
with the beauty of a girl sleeping in a
room that he had entered that he press' d
a kiss upon her lips and started away,
leaving her valuables untouched. And
the awakened girl simply mannered
“Thswnks,” and rolled over and went to
Mbs Dora Lewis, who has many
friends in this city, b to be married
shortly to a prominent Atoka attorney.
Mrs. W I. Jones has returned from a
vbit to Clarzsviile, Ark.
We noticed that the Comaoche belles,
like their outers in civilised life, will go
to any extreme to adorn their persons
with finery. It b a weakness that runs
through civilized and barbaric life.
Harry Brutsche was sporting a girl in
Col. O’Maley’s buggy Wednesday after-
noon. Harry b following In the loot-
steps of the old man when be was a kid
The beautiful suburban home of Mr.
M. J. Leonard, on west Washington
street, was the scene of a brilliant gath-
ering last Monday night, the occasion
being another of those delightful socials
given by the Alter Society of St. Patrick’s
church. It b ooiy necessary to mention
an Altar Society social to gather a crowd
of young aad old, f r they know a good
time will be the result of an evening
spent with these people, who always en-
joy themselves aad make the evening s
pleasant one for others. The spacious
lawn was tastefully arranged and lighted
with Japanese lanterns under the leafy
foliage of large trees where the beams of
fair Luna failed to peaetrate. Music,
vocal and instrumental, filled ia the in-
tervata of waiting while dainty refresh-
ments were being served. r
tlon must be made of Mbs
Messrs, jobs Sweeney and James Mc-
Grath and the fair hostess. Altogether
the evening was a most pleasant one and
These monthly socials of St. Patrick’s
Alter Society are looked forward to with
pleasure by those who wish an evening
of pleasant enjoyment end a hearty good
Mis. Louis Letorecht was the guest of
prettiest claims in the new country
The M. K. & T., which has been ea-
peritnentlng with the well in the Red
river bottom tor some time, has found
sufficient water to justify them in putting
ins water system The wefer wilt be
conveyed to every portion ot the com-
pany’s property in Denison; also to the
, Ray yards. For the past thirty day* the
that a newspaper | pumps have lifted 750,000 gallons of
water daily. The water b not only v
ample In supply, but very excellent
quality, and ts said to be the best ws er
on the Katy system tn the South. Plenty
Wo noticed in
country thousands of spots
the grass is bleached. It six
lingular tad we investigated. |
be spots are where the buffalo I
to lay, and this was confirmed fwvdliy , . . . _ .
by the Indue*. I, I. ..id thet the b~““ * ***’ *» *“*"*
1 baa we are likely te realise what an
important element is the food of the
of water mean* a great deal for the Katy.
No railroad would ever think of expand*
ing without that necessary adjc net. With
an inexhaustible supply of water in
season of unprecedented drouth, as at
Kitty b indeed fortunate
b within six
Murray b hut a recent arrival in Deni-
son; haring moved here with her family
from Taylor, Texas, only a short time!
The groom, Mr. Estes, b an em-
ploye of the M. n. ft T. railway and has
made hoab of friends here. The church,
at alter and chancel rail, wss made beau-
tiful with palms, ferns snd cut flowers,
the center piece being a horseshoe ot
pink and white roses suspended by white
ribbons from a chandelier directly over
the altar steps, aad surmounted by a
Arthur Ditmore, engineer on th#
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf, was in the
city the past week to vbit hb family.
Thos. P. Taylor of the Santa Fe came
over tram Gainesville Monday.
Conductor Jude Pollard of the Cotton
Belt was hers Tuesday en route to
There has never been known such
large movement of homeeeekers as thb
spray of terns descending trum a cluster I summer. Thb b partly owing to
of pink roses snd beneath which the
bridal couple st.od. The party ap-
proached the altar in the following or-
der: The groom followed by two broth-
ers of the bride advanced by the west
able; the bride preceded by an usher
and two little flower girls—Hazel Tobin
and Katherine Cuff—and followed bj
Misses Emma Moody and Dora Waggon
er, bridesmaids, oy the east able. A
graceful turn snd a rwltt step to place by
attendants and the bride and groom
from beenath the goodluck emblem faced
audience and officiating clergyman.
The ceremony over, the party Ictl into
twoa and led by the wedded pair left t.-e
church as they had entered it to the
strains ot Mendelsohn’s wedding march
A reception was held at the home of the
bride’s mother, a few intimate friends
remaining to see the happy couple off ou
the wedding journey at 1:35 a. in. After
a week spent at southern Texas points,
Mr. and Mrs. Estes will return end begin
houeekeeping at 101 west Texas street
The ceremony was scheduled tor 8:30
p. m. but was solemnized at 9. Thougn
the newly wedded pair start on the jour-
ney 30 n.inutes late, all tuelr friends wish
them a sate and prosperous voyage snd
opening of the new country.
Trainmaster W. P. Larcey of the
Southern railway has just Issued a very
strongly worded bulletin addressed
conductors in the employ of that corpo-
ration in relation to the practice of al-
lowing boys to jump on their trains
while switching or passing through the
various stations along the line of the
Bridge Inspector Wheeler, ot the Katy
snd family have gone to Southwest Texas
to visit for s tew weeks.
Wo k on the Denison, Bonham and
New Orlcaca road b moving along at
rapid gait The work of putting in the
bridges will begin tomorrow, after which
the tracklaying will commence. It will
then require but e few days in which
get the road ready for the rolling stock.
Harry Spiatt, who was a conductor on
the Katy a number ot years ago, b in the
Dee Oliver, who was a conductor on
the Katy for a number ot year* and
an old subscriber to the GAzarraaK, has
been in the city for several days. Dee
baa an 80-acre farm near Lancaster,
Mich He regre.s that the drouth eras
that they may arrive on schedule time at I very severe in hb section snd that little
a happy destination. I farm products were made- He b very
Here b a chance for ambitious boys I ““«•*> pleased with hb new home, but b
sod girb: The person telling the most g‘»d to get back to Texes snd mix with
tickets to the Little Tycoon Opera will | the boys. Dee b looking in splendid
receive $3; the one selling the second
best $3, so pitch in, boys and girb.
. ^ - ^ m ■ nm
soots never will grow green grass.
The new country » going to be de-
lightful to live in. The days are
warm but not oppressive. There is
usually e wind, rising early ia tbe
morning with the sun and gently
blowing over the virgin coil, fan-
ning in its course the green award ot
waving meaquite grass, bine stem
end buffalo great, until with the
setting sun it dies out. Tbe even-
ings and nights are so cool that n
ylanket ia not uncomfortable. The
Wichita mountains figure conspicu-
a oualy in the climatic changes of tbe
vicinity, causing atmospheric condi-
tions which occasion much more
rain than is known in other parts,
one ot the ranges being called the
Rainy Mountains. They occupy •
small portion of tbe Territory, ex-
tending about twenty-hve miles
from near the center to the west
line, and in width, we think, about
twelve miles. The highest peak of
tbe group rises from the prairie to
an altitude of aooo feet. The gov-
ernment baa reserved a portion of
the mountain country as a national
park___At a creek where we
slept one night in the Indian coun-
common people tbe potato
been--Mr*. Sharp's Httle
while diving today in Dock creek, I
cat an ugly gash ia tbe top ot hi*
bend, which came in contact with s
sharp pointed rode-Cotton-1
picking is beginning in earnest
around Denison__Celia, the little
daughter ot Mrs. Ed. Cbion, fell
from a swing yesterday and received!
internal'injuries of 1 severe nature
_.About tbe only thing being
' raised on that new Oklahoma land
| at present is what an American
[ statesman once said the South
ought to raise leas ot ....... George]
Hudgins is quite ill at his home 01
Texas street-There are somej
clerks who are quite surprised to tee
business running when they return
from ^vacation. They imagine tbe
doors would close after their de-|
parture_Every reformer exagger-
ates. Most of them tell tbe moat I
palpable falsehoods. In other words,
the evils they complain of do not |
exist. The people ere never as bed j
as the reformers say they are. Most!
of the gossip about tbe people origi-
_ r,wf ;x '
“TriTmmee” ud Funs Premtan Old Hitter li
The finest line of bug-
gies In Denison. We Are
receiving them by the car-
load. Call at our ware-
rooms mid look at the
Main Street, Denison,
Grateful people in all parts of the world have testified to the
wonderful curative and healing virtues of VITvE-ORE, the
remarkable mineral remedy, for all manner of diseases. Thous-
ands say it cures Rheumatism and Bright’s Disease, and still
other thousands say it enrea Stomach and Liver Trouble*.
With this imposing array of testimony before you, are you
not justified in investigating and giving this remedy a trial.
try'wc never hesrd ’ ,nch . howling In,,e> "ith th« reformers . The
of wolves. At daybreak tbe writer’s I reP*‘r* on M- *•
nearing completion_Col. Me-
Dougall is refitting the Bank Ex-|
ASSIGNMENT OF TEAUAEB8.
Superintendent Blair Eaa Placed tha|
Teachers for the Owning Year.
Superintended Blair has made the as* I
signment ot the teachers elected for tbe |
ensuing rear as follows 1
pal, Latin and
O. A. Finnegan, ot Council Bluffs, Ia.
has located in the city with hU family.
Col. Thomas Reardon contemplates a
trip to Lawton.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Maul and Mis. C.
P. Haitian returned Monday trom White-
Mrs. J. E. Porter snd ton Thomas left
the early part ot the week for Coioiado.
Andrew Randall, son of Congressman
Randall, left Monday for Princeton, N.
J., to enter the university. Andr.wisa
bright youog man, and there is no
question ot his future.
Gus Zintgraft was in the city last Sun-
Czpt. I. W. Madden has returned from
health, snd the new country evidently
agrees with him.
E W. McCune, route agent of the
American Express company, with head-
quarters at Dallas, spent Tuesday fore-
noon in the city. He went south in the
Claude Frazier, messenger with the
American Express company, between
Dcnisor snd Houston, is on the sick list.
Ed Howard has F.-azier’s run.
W. L. Grigsby, messenger on tbe
Sherman run, has returned to work after
a sbo.t sick spell.
W. M. Bennett, route agent ot the
American Express company, with head-
quarters at Dallas, was in the city
G. A. Quinlan, vice-president ol the
Houston and Texas i entral railway, died
at Galveston yesterday. George Austin
Qiinlanwas born October 31. 1838, st
Bridgeport, Conn. He entered the rail '
wav service August 11, 1856, as rodmsn
wife said “Look there !” A few
yards distant was a prairie wolf at
larga as any dog that we have seen
in years. Our presence did not
seem to frighten the brute, and be
shambled off a yard or so and then
stopped and looked around. When
we broke camp the first bouse we
stopped at was a mission conducted
by a man named KohfeldL He
was aure that be was related to our.hu^ science; Miss Inez____
Franz. He rather startled ua when History and Civics; Miss Carrie
be gave tbe particulars of a horrible school-Mb. Olive CUf-l
murder tbat bad just been com-1tord, principal; Mtis Louise Waldron,]
mined a short distance from where “£ F^iLl^kk“b«k“^» I
we bad been in camp. The Indians | Jack'on.
murdered a white man and bis wife I 1<^^m£‘no w'oUd’JS; |
who were traveling through tbe Miss Katherine Weyler, Mias
country. After tbe murder they I Schott, Miss Fannie Wolf, Miss Alice |
cut their throats from ear to ear. |
Worn oat with care, worry and overwork, or racked with the
pangs and torments ot disease, have found in it a true revital-
izing tonic, restoring a healthy vigor to both blood and brain.
ARE USING IT
unite ia eaying tbat no medicine sold to-day possesses one
half its wonderfol merit*. We don’t expect this ad to con-
vince you, -but A. T. EKSTROM, Agent, 630 W. Hull St.,
Denison, Texas, has convincing proof which he will gladly
fnrniab free for the asking. See him
The missionary said that tbe Indiana 1
were very much excited over tbe Doyle,W Annie fT&/»<
1 Esther |
presence ot so many
tend divine service
whtie men in
Doyle, Mrs. Annie F, M. »mtth.WfalttPed'
Houston School—Mbs Mabel Date, I
“”T----1 | prlnci al; Mbs Maude Patrick, Mls*|
They would not at- Lilian Henry, Mbs Mails K. Watt.
and the little S^r0^^’!
.... . I principal; Mbs Eva Kimbrough, Mbs |
church was closed.
much violence. At one camping ]
place we saw an old well-beaten
trail made by buffalo and war par-
ties, who carried their forages to
Texas and the borders, of Mexico,
_Dell Hibbard observed his
36th birthday today ...... Home-
steaders in the Kiowa-Comanche
and the little
. . principal; Mbs Eva Kimbrough, Mbs
He predicted Anna Moo**, Mia. Daby L. Moody,
one camDins Lamar School—Mbs OlUc Bird, prin-
cipal; Mbs Rachel Goldfnburg,
I Minnie Kiopp, Mbs Edna Foster.
Rsynsl Behoof Mbs Inez Tabor.
Anderson School—W. R. Wlms, prin-
cipal; Mrs. M. fc. Williams, Mbs C. V.
Coleman, Mrs. Riddle.
Langston School—D. K. Walton,
principal; Mrs. C. M ~
McCracken, Miss ]
. ,, . I of tbe engineering corps or the Chicago
DeLtedsey has returned from Lawton. ,nd N(>rtii woeteni railway; from Febru-
F e will go up and Improve his newly sc-1 aryi l860i to October, i860, he was as-
sistant engineer of the Texas and New
quired term in a short time.
E. A. Spencer left last Sunday for
Norman, O T.
Prof. Hinshaw, of Bloomfield, was in
Judge Woods came over from Sherman
S. J. Bowers, of Tampa, Fla., has lo-
cated in the city, and will engage in the
manufacture of cigars.
Joe Tweedy, who has been absent from
this section for the past few months, has
returned. Joe vbited Mineral Wellt and
other Texas resorts.
Billy Clark, of Whitesboro, was here
the past we- k.
Dr. Yeidel vbited hb family at Gaines-
ville last Sunday.
Joe Doss, a cattleman of the Deep
Fork (I. T.) district, wss here last Sun-
Lewis B. Bppstein has returned from
the Pan-American exposition.
George Brindon left Tuesday tor Ho-
bart, O. T., to locate.
Hon. Ben Colbert was here Tuesday.
C. L. Colvin lett the early part of the
week for Michigan to be abveat until
cold weather. Mr. Colvin b in bad
/ Ralph Shulze, ot Oklahoma, was here
the past week.
C. J. Buffington, of Macon City, Mo ,
b in the city prospecting for
Mrs. Ed Cornwall and
and James lett Tuesday for Coalgate to
vbit tor a lew days.
Frank Herd, of Denver, was here
Wednesday. Frank b' an old Denison
Frank Husted ha* gone to Muskogee
in the Interest of the Denison fair.
Edit ir Fitts of tbe Lone Star, Sher-
man, Was here Monday.
Col. Louis J. Wortham, the dlstin-
gubhed editor of the Current Issue, at
Austin, was here the past week.
We saw at Lawton Jess Looney and
"Tell” M-, who have been running
cattle in the ^Comanche country. The
boy* were well. They have a number of
Mayor Knaur and Deputy Sheriff Newt
Lane have returned from the new coun-
where they secured homes.
Orleans road; from October, i860, to
February. 1861, he was engineer and
clerk to the superintendent or construc-
tion ot the East Texas road; trom Jan-
uary 1, 1866, to date he was connected
with the Houston and Texas Central
railway, until August. 1873, as assistant
engineer; from August, 1873, to October,
187,, as station agent; trom October,
1875, to May, 1877, as assistant superin-
tendent; from May, 1877, to July, 1885,
as engineer and superintendent of tne
first and second divbions; from july,
1889, to April, 1893, as chief engineer
and general superintendent, ard from
April, 1893, to date, as vice-president of
At Max Beck’s, new Holland
Herrings and Pickled Pig’s
Low Bates to California.
For the Episcopal Church convention
to be held at San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 3,
a round trip rate of $4$ b ottered from
all points on the Houatun A Texas Cen-
tral railroad. Choice of routes, going
snd returning ri« Houston, San Antonio
and El Paso, or going and returning vis
For* Worth. Tickets will also be sold
* l°c*~ gring and returning via diverse routes.
Stop overs will be allowed on going trip,
sons Thomas | pr vided San Francisco is reached not
later than midnight of Oct. 3 and on re
turn trip within limit ol ticket Con-
nections will be made at Houston with
Sunset route. "Convention Special,1
a superbly appointed train, leaves Hous-
ton about up m. Wednesday, Sept. 35,
and running through to Los Angeles,
with stop over privilege at Sau Antonio
and El Paso Dates of sale, Sept
37, with limit for return Nov. ij.
For California literature write to
M. L. Robbins, G. P. k f. A ,
S. F. B. Morse, P. T. M.,
country are digging for rich miner- |
alf, but moat of them would rather
strike water than gold_The |
city is getting as dirty at it ever
was. Where is Kennedy ? Where ? j
N. B. Glover, who rents from Dr.<
Feild, has iso acres in cotton, 35 of
which ia the Russell prolific. Glover
says that bis cotton looks well and
he expects a tair yield. He is par-1
ticularly interested in the new cot-
ton, which he thinks ia tbe coming
staple tor this section—__The |
grab tale of L. B. Moore wna a
stunner, the packages went like bot|
cakes. By the way, L. B., get np
another_Dr. Nagle will add
another carrier to hit force_A
tew farmers were in the city today
looking for cotton pickers_A re-
porter who was sent to write up a
religious meeting recently, wrote
hat he spent an hour listening to
a woman talk, and that all she said
was, “Oh, sisters, do not be dis-
baa taken a position with tbe U. S. [
Ike Labor bay Parade.
Labor Day will be observed with more |
the usual ceremony Monday,
be following program has been sr-1
procession will be made up as j
If yon have a contract see ns
for Hardware prices. We
carry a complete stock of
everything you need, and we
will give you right prices.
3 Dollarhide 9s Harris |
A Friendly Tip.
Presuming you already know the
Rock Island Route” has the beat
U Z'T\ r I dining car service in tbe world, we
ton Wednesday and returned Thursday. I *'10 w*nt y®u to k°ow
Harry L. Person arrived the past week company having recently taken un-
from Lawton. der us own management tbe eating
E. J. Elrod, of Antlers, X. T., wss heie houses between Fort Worth and
Wednesday. Kansas City, they are just a* good
S. J. Fullington, a business man of a* the dining cars.
alnty refresh- ( A. p. Chamb«
Especial mend who hag been all
i^Mamie Cuff, Middie states, h*
„„ ^ _ 'e At
evening was a not »iea*ant
Alter Society scored snothei
see monthly social* of 8t.
Oklahoma City, is in the city,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. O’Malley went over
to Sherman Wednesday to attend the old
Mr. Lalller lett Thursday for his new
hom? in the Territory He expects to
make the trip in five days. He took
along a bay press, cutter, plow ard new
wagon. He will cut hay u- til frost. He
says he will dear $3000 before the snow
Dr. J. L. Jones snd John Webb leave
thU week for Hot Spring* to take a
course of baths.
Chamberlin, the marble man,
over the Eastern and
Middle States, has returned home.
Attorney Mathis, wife and baby, and
Mrs. (Dr.) Field have returned from
Mr. Gerald Hughes has established an
industry that should be patronised, do
not send away to Chicago tor similar
snd inferior work. He showed us Wed-
nesday a 73 page, fine pen paper book
for school papers that only cost five
cents. It is nicely and substantially
bound. He can in reality do better and
cheaper work than is turned out te the
Wstern book markets. His facilities
are ample, snd there is nothing in the
stationary lias that he is not prepared to
make. Encourage home enterprise and
don’t send money abroad that should be
distributed here There Is too much of
this sending sway. The person who
does it Is an enemy to the town that
gives him or her bread snd butter.
Louis, son of Sam Shone, who has
R. 6. Brooch has gone to Oki.hom. to| ‘ch b^ter' “““ " trPh0l<1
file on a (60-acre trsit of land. tever> U mucfa
Governor Johnson was here Thurs- The dry goods men snd other Main
day. street merchants have agreed to close
Alderman Cutler has returned from their places of business in the afternoon
Tioga wells. [ on Labor Day.
Chief of police and staff.
3. Mayor and city council te car-1
3. Fire Department.
4. Philharmonic bond.
3. Bro herhood of Railroad Carmen j
6* Inte: national Association of I
7. International Association of Metal |
8. Brotherhood ot Boilermakers snd |
Iron Ship Builders.
9 Federated Labor Union.
ia International Brotherhood ot|
11. International Association of|
Amalgamated Sheet and Metal |
12. Carpenters and Joiners of|
13. Brotherhood of Railway Callers. I
14. Brotherhood of . Locomotive]
1 j. Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire- I
16. Brotherhood of Railway Train-1
17. Swithmen’t Union of North |
18. Laundry Workers’ Union.
19 Bricklayers’ Union.
30. Other Organizations.
3t. Floats and Carriages.
5. J. Overturt will be the Grand Mar-1
sbal of the parade. The route of the |
parade will be published later.
The picnic will be given at Woodlaksl
Park. This will be one of the features of
the day. Ti e merchants have put up a
nuuber of valuable articles which will be |
given as prises to the winners ot the
different events. There will be all kinds
of gamss, races, etc. A fine concert will |
Mrs. French ia building an ad-
dition to her residence in tbe 600
block on West Crawford street_
Where, oh where is the Wildness?
Shall we never meet again on the
the banka of the dear old Boggy in
tbe woods primeval ?---Mrs. Ida. _ . -
L. Jordan, wife of Conductor) A^tehts ersnd bell \
Jordan of the Katy, died Tuesday
at her home on West Munson
street. Tbe lady had been an in-
valid for tbe past three yeara, and
bad been confined to her bed for
over three months, The deceased
was aq years old. The interment
was at Oakwood cemetery__Mrs,
McDonald, one of the beat neigb-
The two largest Breweries
in the world. Nothing but
the purest malt and hops
used in the manufacture of
these two popular beers.
* * *
light a grand ball will be given at I
ivjlion. The Philharmonic baud!
bora that we ever had, who reside*
at tbe corner of Chestnut street and
Chandler avenue, expects to obtgtn
right ia the Indian Territory.
furnish the music.
The following arc the sub-committee*
appointed fo superintend the carrying
out of the details ot the program:
Ground Committee—J. Hauck, J. De
Long, A. L. Dennis.
Entertainment—E. H. Zumberger,
Charles Bergman, and J. O’Bil-n.
Hall— 8. J. Overturf, E. H. Zumberger
and H. S. Bray.
fkurr—Fred Carlat, Fred Kachel, W.
Rreamer, C, Johnson, and H. Hodden.
0- H. Loocfcs is phatnpan of tfee gen-
OPENS OCTOBER 19,
LANE St STEWART,
" Contractors and Builders.
Office: 6n W. Main St.
The Ga*ztt*Xx directs attention
the advertisement of Lane £ Stem
Mrs. McDonald ia i-idth in Indian I froipGa?ve»tan*s^'co^^higtey nww--
, . . CL, u . I.An Mart >»“Ptted* Hr- U*n« too wfll known te
blood, one i% ft Iwjf oyer oo yeftrfc | ^ need opy woni ol Pndpe trona
of age, but baa a* much get np
Plans and Specifications Prepared,
about her aa moat women of 40__
You talk about cattle, fat cattle,
cattle in prime condition, jast take a
trip to the new country and wh*(
yog will sfifi there will gladden
your eyes—.—.Born to Jfit. and
a. . wanas*..
one of the strongest in the city.
M. X. * T. EATEN.
Account General Convention, Bpiaco- j
pal Church, San Francisco, Cal., Oct. a, ]
round trip ticket* to San " ‘ "
at class “A” rate of 445
Mrs. M. W- Morse, No. 141? West on Sept. 19th
Morton street, a girl-Joe Smith w
round trip tickets to San Francisco, Csl ,
..... snd darn “B”
to 27th inclusive;
Morton atreet, . girl-Joe Smith
vt. Lucy Smith, suit for divorce, has date of sale and to be co^tjquou* up to
!>••• «>«>—aw... to HgJSSs?gST5£4 J52S
season we saw a watermelon today may be made-af soy point. Stop-overs
that weighed “ ------- in.-1 wifi also 0* allowed at Ogden,^ Safi L«ke
market it also
licioui greens---One of the | ** * T- ******
Go to Puckett’s book More tor
taxpayers paidthe equalization board I
the flattering compliment of being)
The yuhUc schools *1)1 open Tuesday
" The Omit asl*
AtL. B. Moore’s jewelry house was
the biggest event of the season. There
was a perfect jam, te tact there has not
been anything seen like it te years.
Hundred* of valuable prizes were dis-
tributed. Every one received their
money’s worth. Many of the boxes con-
tained very valuable articles. The
crowd wae so great at the open ng that it
tie to obtain access to the
eriof ot the
ot the store. K is a conservative
a “cheep’’ Carriage will al way 8
look cheap. No maker can af-
ford to finith a cheap piece of
wotk in a first-class manner. If
you want a Carriage that is
first-claas get one that ia well
finished throughout. You then
have one you can count on giv-
ing some satisfaction when
using it. We are showing
work that is well built and well
Tignor & Afosse.
Pnptatfs Bog| Store.
Book* taken » exchange.
Puckett's Book Stora.
taken in exchange. Nfw
second hood books 90 hand,
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