The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 40, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 18, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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1 FfclUWC EYESIGHT. 1
Sunday, January i8, 1903.
There it good ret ton to
believe that nine cetet oat
of ten of weak eyet and de-
fective tight* could have
been tally and satisfactorily
corrected by wearing proper
fitting glasses. But your
optician must have had a
capable training, long ex-
perience, a conscience, and
a modest appreciation of
the tallibilitv of even the
best trained judgment.
I graduated from two of
the best optical schools in
tbit country; I've had years
of practical experience, end
t;nce I have been in Deni-
son have won the approval
of hosts of customers, to-
gether with that ot your
I have all the needed ap-
paratus and conveniences
for detection and correction
of those defects ot sight that
can be corrected with
I want to add you to my
chain c f customers.
J. M. CRAWFORD
Retraction ist and Optician
Thin paper goes to press at
14 o’clock Friday evenings.
NEW PHONE No. 80.
Conceded to be the best restaurant
in Denison. Meals, abort orders all
hours of the dav and night. Good
coffee a specialty. ti
212 Main St.
Orders amounting to 50c or more
delivered free. Hot and ice cold
drink*. Finest grade Candies,
Fruits, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco.
Grayson Co. Phone 71, South-
western ’Phone No. 2. tf
Mr. Wootton, of the firm of Wootton
& Ham, has arrived from Kentucky and
will spend some time here
One of the. Sanger Brothers, of Waco,
was here Sunday.
Attorney Russell wes over from Sher-
R. D. Sprague, of Lawrence. Kan., haa
located here with his family.
W. A. Hal lea beck cast his lot with
Denison in 1875 and has been here ever
since, but will leave here about February
i, and become a citizen and buaineaa fac-
tor of Tishomingo, I. T. No person in
Denison regrets the departure ot Mr.
Halienbeck and family more than th.*
writer. It seems almost like severing
tamlly ties, for a person whom we have
seen almost daily for the past twenty-
veven years, seems like one of the fam-
ily. Deniaon never had a more honor-
able and upright citizen than Will A.
Halienbeck. Tishomingo may well feel
proud of this new accession. It is a com
piiment to the town to have e man like
Halienbeck cast his lot there. He is the
very best type of the progressive, up-to-
date citiaen. It la an encouraging aign
when a man like Mr. Halienbeck goes
grow up with a town. We are sorry to
see him go and cannot realize that he is
going. The citizens of Tishomingo
rest assured of the fact that Mr. Halleb-
beck will at all times, and under all cir-
cumstances, answer any demand that will
push Tishomingo to the front, and they
may rest assured of another fact, that
when iie takes charge of the new hotel
they will have as good service as any in
the Territory. We look upon Tishomin-
go as the most hopeful city in the Chick-
asaw Nation. We believe that with all
its natural advantages it cannot be held
back, and we are glad that Mr. Kallen-
beck and family have cast their lot with
so promising a town It is a pleasure to
know that they will be so near their old
home. The GAzai-raut wishes Mr. Hal-
ienbeck and family a pleasant and pros-
perous future, and that the same success
which has crowned their efforts here may
go with them to their beautiful new home
on the Pennington.
The following officers of the Columbian
I League have arrived in the city from De-
troit,Michigan: B. H Blakeslee, Dep-
uty Supreme Commander; .deputies, E.
Miss Louanna L. Jones, of Frank ford,
Mo., Pike county, is In the city the guest
of her uncle, Harvey Thompson. We
have always heard that Pike county wes
noted for its beautiful women end brave
men. We don’t know about the brave
men, but we can speak for the beautiful
women, which Is vivified in the lovely
person of Miss Jones who complimented
the Gaxettxe* office with a call Tues-
day. Miss Jones is e queenly girl, a per-
fect type of the southern beauty. She
will be the guest of Mr. end Mrs. Thomp-
son for several weeks. The Gaxettzer
wishes Miss Jones a very pleasant visit.
he was passing ths window of Walker,
Now that Dr. Booth and Mat Decker
will not be candidates for councilman In
the Third ward, wa would suggest the
name of Joe T. Irvin. We believe that
Mr, Irvin Is the most available candidate
in the ward satisfactory to all concerned
telling a good one on Cy.
Cy. is a bachelor. The other day
I J. Ellenwood, T>. D. Dewey. E. J. Elliott,
P. L. Pool.
J. F. HANKS
Piano Tuning and Repairing
Prompt attention and satisfaction
guaranteed. Leave orders with W.
H. Halton or phone No. 145. tf
The most elegant establishment
in Texas. Only experienced
artists employed. tf
Is a wonderful example of
what push, vim and clear busi-
ness methods will accomplish.
He has built up a grocery busi-
ness that is the wonder of the
-town. One secret ot his won-
derful success is bis perfect
honesty in all his business
relation*. Then another fea-
ture is hit stock, which is not
surpassed in the city. He ba*
set an example that baa revo-
lutionized the grocery trade.
A1 Jones leads and never
copies. He did not write this
Phones New and Old.
Nearly every jury will give a verdict
against a railroad company. The average
man has it in for a railroad corporation
Texas juries show no mercy to ralload*.
The wonder is how the railway compan-
ies manage to get along at all. consider-
irg the manner in which they are mulct-
ed in damage suits
Conductor Harding, of the Iron Moun-
tain, was here Tuesday enroute to Kan-
sas He is probably the youngest con-
ductor in the southwest, being only nine-
teen years of age.
It is reported that the Rock Island will
make Terrell, I. T., a division point.
Conductor Huddleson, of the Katy, is
over on Boggy on a hunt with the Dol-
The Lake Shore will inaugurate this
month a system of rating all of the em-
ployes in the operating department, ac-
cording to their vision and hearing, with
special attention to the vision. The em-
ployes will be divided into eight classes,
according to their ability to tee and hear.
They will not be changed from their
present positions unless very deficient in
sight and hearing.
Col. George Helm haa returned his run
on the Central after a brief illness.
The railways were all flocking to Aus-
tin, to influence legislation in their he-
On account of the exemption from ac-
cidents of the Katy Flyer, The Guthrie
Leader characterizes it “the luckiest train
in the United States.”
5 O’CLOCK ROLLS
You can get them hot for
dinner. Our customers say
they are fine and we &ldom
have any left over.
Ralph St John
Successor to Halienbeck &
309 Main St.
Both Phones, 128
! . %
A new aad complete line of
And all kinds of Brushes at
prices to please.
SEA & NOE
223 Main St.
The H. St T. C. haa begun extensive
improvements here. Additional tracks
will be put In, a new roundhouse erected
and also steel tanka tor the storage of oil.
These improvements will. It is expected,
cost in tne neighborhood of $50,000 It
is generally thought the Rock Island haa
something to do with the order of things.
The San Antonio and Aransas Pass
adopted the pension system for its em-
ployes, effective January 1, 1903.
So heavy is the railroad traffic now that
the Katy offiiciala are kept busy locating
cars to handle the freight.
The Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire-
men No. 8, and Ladies’ Society No. 5,
will give a grand ball at Yorwserts Hall
The Santa Fe engineers have had
The Gult, Colorado & Santa Fe haa is-
sued annual passes to the city officials ot
Cars which arrived from the north the
early part ot the week, over the Katy,
were covered with snow.
The Switchmen's Union recently paid
a member $600 for the low of a foot.
Circular No. 1 announces that Mr. F.
S. White is appointed agent to the In-
dustrial department of the Frisco system,
with headquarters at St. Louis.
Katy braketnen of the Choctaw divis-
ion have began to use badges.
Katy engineers and trainmen have been
directed to report to headquarters the
cause of all delays to trsin*. This it to
be done even though the time it made up
and the train arrfres on time at its ter-
The stock shipments over the north
Katy have been quite large the past week.
B. N. Mulligah, of the H. & T. C.,
who stops at Houston, is visiting his par-
ents here. |
It fe reported that the Atchison, Tope-
ka & Santa Fe will pass into the hands ot
the Rock Island.
Conductor Phillips, of the I. & G. N.
railroad, was here from Palestine last
It is an interesting fact that the g- eat
railways ot this country follow closely
along the old Indian trails, and that the
red men, in their turn, followed the trail
of the buffalo. Engineers surveyed the
routes across country, laying out lines for
the railways to follow, but after all, it
was the buffalo, guided only by natural
instinct, which blazeo the way.
Judging from the papers the Rock Is-
land will certainly go to the Gulf via the
H & T. C. The Globe ard other papers
give broad hints to this effect.
Our old friend Tom O’Rourk, night
baggagemaater at the union depot, who
had been quite ill for tome time at his
home, has gone to the Sedalia hospital,
where we are glad to hear he it improv-
We are house fumlphere.
Paces’ Furniture Store.
Douglass & Company, where there was a
fine display ot chemise. Cy. couldn’t
figure out what they were and atoppei*
friend and made inquiry. “Why, those
are lad In' chemise,” replied his married
friend. “The devil you say! Don’t tell
any one that I asked you,” replied Cy.
Mr. E. H. Lingo haa gone 10 St-Louia.
A countryman remarked the other day,
‘•What is meant by the expression, “shys-
ter lawyer?” We will answer, it is the
fellow who gets hit living by stirring up
trouble. Family trouble la hit great
hold. The shyster lawyer is usually
man of prodigious lungs and voice oi
volume. We have heard a shyster lawyer
a block away. When he gets wound up
he it equal to an eight day clock. The
justice courts are usually the forum for a
display ot his eloquence. With all hit
faults the shyster lawyer U not halt as
bad as the shyster doctor. He it the
rankest kind ot a fraud He not only
ruins the health, but Impoverishes the
may purse. There are more shyster doctors
In Denison than shyster lawyers.
When an old woman sees the affection
of a young couple, she blows on the ashes
when the gets home by giving her hus
band an encouraging pat on the back, but
there is no blaxe to reward her.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Wheeler have
moved to their own home In the 800
block, West Owing. street. They were
our neighbor! and good ones, and 1
shall miss them.
As a lesult ot a young lovers’ quarrel
Chicago lady has slept continuously one
hundred days without awakening. .Some
one should gently whisper in her ear that
her hat isn’t on straight.
When a man is on the wrong path In
life It is seldom that he does not meet
woman who says, “Don’t go that way
But when it it a woman who has lost the
way, the always meets a man who wants
to sink her still deeper in perdition.
Women were not born to command,
but they have enaugh Inborn power to
govern man who commands, and, as a
rule, the beat and happiest marriages are
those where the women have most au
thority and where their advice it oftenest
Rev. Parkhurst, the celebrated New
York clergyman, denounces people who
onlv drop a nickle in the contribution box
when it is passed around. If the hearing
sermons is to be paid for, the majority ot
them are not worth more than a nickle.
You have read a great deal about wo-
men being unable to keep a secret That,
like a great many other conceptions of
women Is wrong. A woman can keep a
secret just as well as a man.
Mrs. Mary P. Harnest gave her two
beautiful daughters, Flo and Francis, a
surprise that was a surprise. When they
ai rived home and walked into the rarior,
they saw a piece ot furniture adorned
with ivory keys that almost took their
breath away. It was a magnificent piano
which cost several hundred dollars Chil-
dren, learn to play well. Don’t be eter-
nally practicing ding, dong. This dis-
turbs the sleep of neighbors. We know
a girl on Crawiord street who has had a
piano for three years and can’t play a
tune yet. Her parents will insist, howev-
er, that she has musical talent, but noi
body else believes it, not even the patient
long suffering music teacher. On an av-
erage, just about one girl out of a hun-
dred learns to play entertainingly on a
piano, but we we believe that Flo and
Francis are the hundredth girl}. And
girls, avoid classical music, which is
neithet swtet or natural. It looks like
pulling music out ot the piano by main
strength and awkwardness. Long haired
professors with a foreign handle to their
names, otters classical music. Give that
kind of a teacher a wide berth. Let a
s nart woman like Miss Hughes direct
.your musical education.—Good bye.
Mrs. Hockett, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Dudley, returned to Den
ison last week.—Tishomingo New Era.
Miss Laura Peters left Tuesday tor Pal-
estine to visit for a few weeks.
We notice by a recent Los Angeles pe-
per that L. H. Mitchell, formerly of this
city, has gone into a big mining specula'
tioo. «•' 4.
The Belgian rabbit erase seems td have
entirely died out. The fortune# 'to. be
made out of them never materialize.
Ralph St. John, who has purchased
the Interest of Mr. Halienbeck, is one of
the most popular end brightest of Deni-
son’s rising young men. He is e young
man with an old head on his shoulders.
Mr St. John is happily gifted with
temperament to make a complete success
ot the business In which he is engaged.
He has.mastered every detail, end Is as
much at home in the rear as in the front.
There it plenty of room in Denison for a
strictly first class establishment of the
character of Mr. St. John’s, and no one
it better qualified to conduct it than he.
The Gazettexx wishes him every possi-
John Watkins, who has a farm of 160
acres east of town several miles, haa
been offered $5,000 spot cash. John
considering the proposition.
Eugene Andrews, of this city, has been
appointed e railway mall clerk.
A young men by the name oi J. C.
Jensen wes arrested Monday night charg
ed with the thett of e number of watches
from the jewelry establishment of L. B.
Moore. Jenkins has been an employee
of Mr. Moore for some months as watch
repairer, and waa regarded as reliable and I
trustworthy. Last Wednesday fensen re-1
tired frorp Mr. Moore’s. He took into
his confidence another young man, tad
divulged the fact that he had for some
time systematically robbed his employer. I
Hla tnend gave the snap away, which led I
to the arrest of Jensen. A box contain- I
ing the booty aras secreted near the cot-1
ton gin and the officers in company with
Jensen went out there after it. The box
contained a number of watches. There
it no telling how much Mr. Moore has
lost, for he has thousands of watches and
tens of thousands of articles of jewelry.
The defendant was arraigned before Jus-1
tlce Mix son and bound over in the sum
of $500. He came to Denison from Mus-1
kogee last July.
John Erlckhoff died Tuesday at His |
ho.t.e 503 West Main street. He was
carpenter by profession. He was buried I
from the establUhment of Davis & Ni-1
mon. He was a member of the Carpen-1
ter and joiners’ Union here, and was an I
Odd Fellow, belonging to a New York |
At a meeting ot the DenUon-Sherman I
Musicians the following officers weie
elected for the eroulng year: Frank Ly-
on, president; Mart Means, vice presi-
dent; James Hapgood, recording secre-1
tary; Fred Schwind, financial secretary; I
Charles Sumner, treasurer; John Stout, 1
sergeant at arms; executive board, Messrs.
Lyon, Hudson, Schwind, Herron, St re- I
horn, Trowbridge and Means; examining
board, Messrs, Morrell, For J, Sumner, I
Herron and Trowbridge; trustees, Messrs. |
Herron, Hudson and Hapgood.
W. A. Semple who was here, yesterday I
Informed the Gazkttcxr that a man
named Pennington, from WiUon coun-
ty, Missouri, was mistaken tor a deer and
killed over on Boggy. He was with a-I
OUR REMOVAL SALE
We have decided to sell our entire stock at cost ex-
cept Silver Collars. We have just taken inventory,
and we are pleased to say that we have had a most
satisfactory business during the past season, and
as we are going to move and haye made large pur-
chases for the spring trade, we want to convert our
stock into cash before moving.
Gold Shirts that sold for $1.50
and $1 75. now........................$1.10
Faultless Shirts that sold for $1.50
and $1.75, now_________________________1.10
Silver Shirts that sold for $1.00
and $1 25, now______________________ 75c
Faultless Shirts that sold for $100
and $1.25, now___________.... 75c
Faultless Night Robes that sold
for 75c, now________________________ 45c
Faultless Night Robes that sold
for $1.00, now_____________________ 70c
Faultless Night R^bes that sold
for $1.25, now______________a.______
Faultless Night Robes that sold
for $1.50, now. ....__________________________
Hats that sold for $2.00, now_______ 1.25
Hats that sold for $2.50, now ....... 1.50
Hats that sold for $3.00, now______ 2.25
Hats that sold tor $3.50, now____ 2.50
Hits that sold for $4.00, now........... 2*75
Hats that sold tor $5.00, now........... 3.50
Gloves that sold for $2.00, now__' \ ,i>0
Gloves that sold for $1.75, now_ 1.25
Gloves that sold for $1 50, now__1.10
Gloves that sold for $1.25, now 85c
Gloves that sold for $1.00, now 75c
Gloves that sold for 75c, now____ 55c
All our 50c Suspenders, now_______ 40c
We can’t tell you all the bargains we have. Come
and see us, it will pay you, for we positively mean
to sell everything as advertised.
. Clark « Douglass SB'S.
It is dead easy to take a I
cheap picture, a poor picture.
Moore, the photographer,
hae for many years been
noted for doing ihe best work
Mrs. Joe Brown, who has been quite ill,
is some better.
The city editor and wife have received
an invitation to the German ball at Aus-
tin, February 20.
Mrs, R. S Brock, who has been ill I
several weeks, is r.ow much better.
THE CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE.
Don’t forget to call and see
us this pay-day. We want
you and we want you bad.
We want everyone to see us
out prices. We will astonish
and bewilder you. We are
not giving any furniture away
but we come pretty near it.
L. O. A. BROWN.
Taxes become delinquent Feb-
ruary first, and those who vote ihn
year, must pay their poll tax during
January. We are collecting state
and county taxes as usual.
403 H. Tone & Son.
A. F. M.astin Dead.
A. P. Mastin, who had been a resident I
of Denison for a number of years, died I
Wednesday at Durant, I. T. Mr. Mastin I
was connected with The Hetaid for a
number of years as foreman. He was one I
ot the best printers in the state. He was I
not only a printer, but an editor of con-1
ceded ability. He possessed superior ex-
ecutive ability. He left The Herald on I
account of his health and located at Du-1
rant, where he engaged In the newspaper I
business with success.
For the past two years he haa given hit |
attention to real estate matters.
He was elected councilman, and city I
assessor and collector of Durant. Mr.
Mastln’s wife died several years ago in |
Denison. He was buried Thursday.
An up-to-date Sanitarium for the
Treatment of all Chronic Cases.
Disases of Women
Cured by the Very
20 desirable lots, prices I
8200 and upward. Terms,
810 down, balance in month-
ly payments of 80 each. Cali
atC. J. O’MALEY’S, 120 Main [
The Commercial Club is to be congrat-1
ulated In their secretary, Will J. Scott. ]
He la admirably fitted to handle any fac-
tor that wifi direct the attention of the I
world to Denison. Scott is at home with I
any class and kind of .people and always
makes a favorable impression. He un-
derstands human nature thoroughly. He
Is a splendid type of the trrepreaaible, en-
ergetic southwestern man. He ia In no |
wise a brass band sort of a man, but ac-
complishes what he goes after. He haa I
mixed mote wlth the outside world than [
any person in DenLon. This large ex-
perience will atand him nicely In hand I
in the performance of the duties expected 1
of him. Deniaon will be a better town, J
and better known before 1904 Is written.
C. C. McCarthy for bargains
In Real Estate.
The Herald contains the following
Which will be of Interest to the public:
John Proctor, of Scottsboro, Alabama,
administrator of the estate of the late R.
M. King, accepted a settlement in full
tor the deceased’s interest in the Hocker-
King Dry Good. Company. The settle
ment was on a cash basis, and the amount
was satisfactory to all parties concerned.
The company purchased the King inter-
est and at a meeting held immediately af-
ter the settlement was made, the Hocker-
Klng Dry Goods Company was re-organ-
Ized with an increase of capital, which ia
now $;o,ooo. An election of officers was
held and H. W. Seeling was mide
president, J. W. Credille, secretary and
treasurer and J. W. Hocker, of Chandler,
Ok , director. It is proposed to consid-
erably enlarge the stock oi goods carried,
and it will be necessary to enlarge and
rearrange the store. Plans were sent to
St. Louis this morning for the approval
of Mr. Simpson, the owner of the build
Agent Brown, of the Wells Fargo Com
pany, hat long been recognized as a very
handsome man, but that new cap enhan-
ces his good looks.
Councilman M. J. Sweeney is at-i'ts
place of business again, after a seige o
An elegant line of buggies
will be closed out very cheap.
Tignor & Mosse for bargains.
The Boilermakers are demanding
raise of twenty per cent and e ght hours
ork ot the Katy. The demand is being
“ by the Katy, but no agree-
has been reached.
In order to make room fori
»w goods we will paralyze
you with our groat bargains
in furniture. We are soiling
so cheap that you will hardly
believe it. Wo are cutting
and slashing our present
stock. Let us save you mon-
ey. L. O. A. BROWN.
If you are unable to get your case diagnosed, call
and consult us. We ebarge nothing for consulta-
tion. We guarantee to cure rheumatism or money
refunded. We have every known medical appli-
ance for diagnosing diseases and for curing them.
We do not depend alone on drugs. Call on or
DENISON, TEXAS tf *
Ask for the
Walk Over Shoe for Men
The Ktfid that Fit
and Wear Well
Wootton & Hayes
There’s every element ot worth in our clothing
I* usually judged by its
stock of watches and by its watch
repairing department. We are
elsdofthis fact because we are
the largest retail dealer in fine
watches in the state and hftSkl—
watch inspector for the M. K. &
T. Ry., which makes it necessary
to keep our repair department to
as near perfection as possible.
We are also prompt with our
wotk, do not put you Off from
day to day, and week to week,
and run it into months till your
patience is exhausted.
i 0! Denison
SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 800,000
C. S. COBB, President
J. J. McALESTER, Vice President
R. S. LEGATE, Cashier
P. J. BRENNAN, Asst. Cashier
I I. J. McAlester,
R. S. Legate,
W. B. Munson,
J. B. McDougall,
E. A. Slac
C. C. links
P. I. Brennan.
C. S. Cobb,
J, R. Cull inane,
W. H. Cobb.
W. S. Hibbard.
No Interest Paid on Ceneral Deposits. -
Interest paid on deposits not exceeding three hundred ($300) dollars in Sar
I Inge Department.
| Accounts of corporations, merchants and Individuals solicited
and will rece*»e
The State.Natibnal Bank
I Paid up Capital $100,000.00 Surplua and Profits 825,000-00
One of our oldest fellow ettixens cele-
brated his seventieth birthday last Tues-
day, W. A. Ttbba. The first person the |
writer met when he stepped off the Sher-
man coach in Deniaon, early in October, I
ra, waa our friend Tibbs. And just I
Ink, if this ola pioneer had never taken
an occasional “morning’s morning,” he|
might have been eighty today. Prohibi-
tion, aa we are told, la such a wonderful I
old age promoter. Mr. Tibbs has, how-
ever, reached the biblical age of man,
and, from appearances, has a good show
of beating life’s game by a quarter of a
century. The Gazetteer sincerely |
nopei that he may.
That is what we say; try ns!
GATE CITY LAUNDRY.
We are really doing the best work in Denison. Our
patronage is growing every day. We were obliged to
put on an additional wagon. If yon give us yonr work
we will pit ase you. All that we ask is a trial.
GATE CITY LAUNDRY
607 West Main Street
Old Phone 415-5 u New Phone 132
A. W. Aches on,
W. W. Elliott,
B. H. Lingo,
First Vice President
W. 6. Mkginnis, Cashikr.
J. W. Madden,
G. L. Blackford.
Sn’d Vice Pres.
A. F. Platter,
P. H. Toern,
D. N. Robb,
Carpets, Matting, etc.,
fine line at Pace’s.
The Commercial Club hit the nail |
squarely oil the head when they electedDr.
Acheson to direct their affairs. The
Doctor ia a broad guage man. No one
understands the wants ot Denison better
than he. He haa a local and national |
reputation. He has more tecta and fig-
res at hla Singers’ ends than any man we I
know ot, and he has the eloquence to pre-
sent them in the most acceptable man-
ner. When capitalists, promoters, rail-
way magnates and others visit Deniaon
to see what inducements we can otter Dr.
Acheson is just the gentleman to show ua
up in the beat light. The Commerced
Club haa started out to do something and
the present year ought to mark a new erf
in the commercial supremacy of Deniaon
New Furniture House
R. ANDREW, Proprietor,
Late of Waco. ....
Will carry a strictly first-class lina oi Furniture, a
general line of New and Second-hand Furniture, Stoves
and House furnishings. Give me a call and I am bound
to suit as to goods and prices.
No. 202 West Main Street
WK SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.
Two Months Yet of
And the word to come. See DOLLAR-
HIDE & HARRIS ior a fine line of
Bear in mind this honse is the outfitters for sports-
men. They are the sole agents for the celebrated
Dollarhide & Harris
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 40, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 18, 1903, newspaper, January 18, 1903; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth571310/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.