The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 43, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 13, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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9 irnflag Gazetted
Sunday, February 13, 1898.
This May Be for You.
Please, glance at the date
opposite your address on the
paper or wrapper, and if it is
passed a remittance on sub-
scription would be timely and
More Groceries sold
in one day than the
ordinary grocer sells
Quilt) tf Goods & Pilots Do It
At Ghas. H. Jones’
Fmitiri Hooso ui Chiu HaU
The neatest, prettiest and best
quality Bicycle in America for $50.
See the new sample at the store.
You can get one of these wheels on
easy payments. Why risk getting
a poor grade whrei when you
get a Victor for $50.
The following wa .
years ago and will no doubt be read with
interest, for as strange as It may seem,
the participants are all allrat The re-
ception at Mr. Alex Rennie’s residence
was among the most enjoyable of New
Year’s day. Mrs. Alex Rennie was
slated1 by Mesdames Hsnna, Glersa,
Brown, Malcolm, Hibbard, and the
Misses Sweet and Ledrick. The spacious
parlors were crowded with appreciative
guests, who were received with courtly
grace end royal hospitality. The follow-
ing la s list of the ladies' toilets; Mrs
Alex Rennie, elegant black velvet, swans-
down trimmings, unadorned; Mrs. T.
B. Hsnna, Nile green silk, white jetted
panels, Duchess Itce; Mrs. G. L. Glersa,
old gold satin, court train, diamond or-
naments; Mrs. T. M. Brown, garnet .vel-
vet, pearl ornaments; Mrs. Guttle Mai
colm. handsome shrimp pink silk, with
oriental trimmings; Mrs. R. P. Hib-
bard, white satin, peasant waist, short
sleeves, diamond comb; Miss SaMie
Swert, faint shade of elephant’s breath
brocade velvet, rubies; Miss Sophy Lcd-
rick, flame colored satin.-natural noSrert
Mrs. C. W. Duncan left Tuesday for
Psrsons, Kansas, to visit her mother,
The Gazettskr received a call Wed-
ssday trom Miss Myrtle Standiter, a
most charming young lady.
Miss Lena Ewing of Paris, who has
been in the city a few days visiting Mrs.
W. S. Pearson, left Wednesday for her
Miss Dora Mullen of Bonham, is the
guest of her cousin, Miss Price, on Sears
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dorchester. Miss
Hadle Mills, Miss Mary Brown, Miss
Lillie Dorchester and Miss Mollie Eu-
banks drove over from Sherman Monday
on a visit to Mrs. Harry Tone, |
Miss Minnie Thornton of Bonham,
was visiting in the city the past week.
Mrs. A. Telle of South McAlester, was
Highest prices for old furniture,
stoves and other housefurnishing
We art authorised te announce LON
SHRE WSBURT as a candidal* far
tltclion to the office af Sheriffi, subject to
the action af the democratic forty.
ifV onthorired to annonner JOE B.
MEL TON as a candidate for election to
tie office of Sheriff of Grayson County,
suited to the action of the democratic
For Tax Oolieotor.
We are authorised to annoanct J P.
GSREN as a candidate for election
to the office of County Tax Collector, sub-
ject to the action of the democratic forty
We are authorised to announce J. A.
STANEIELD as a candidate for re-
election to the office of Tax Collector of
Grayson County, subject to the action of
the democratic forty.
For County Attorney.
We ore authorised to announce SILAS I*h°]’1P,n« *"
HARB,jr., as a candidate for r*-electiou\y™ZKfcnnlC McCr*cken of '*
to the office of County Attorney, subject to
the action of the democratic forty.
For District Clerk.
We are authorised to announce W. P.
HBA D as a candidate for re-election to
the office of Distrid Clerk of Grayson
County, subject to the action of the demo-
For County Assessor.
We are authorited to announce BAR-
LOW ROBERTS as a candidate for
re-eltdion to the office of Assessor af\ prise party Saturday night
Taxes for Grayson County, subject to the | on West Sheppard street.
action of the democratic forty.
For County Treasurer.
We are authorised to announce //.
(Uncle Hi) DENNIS as a candidate for
election to the office of County Treasurer
for Grayson County, subject to the actio*
of the democratic forty.
Tor County Clerk.
We arc authorised to announce L. M.
TUCK as a candidate for election to
the office of County Clerk, subject to the
action of the democratic forty.
visiting in the city.
Mrs. Joseph Finney of McKinney, is
in the city oq a visit to relatives and
The Bachelor’s Boarding club which
started In this city teveial months sgo at
the instance of City Editor Carver, of
the Herald, has proved a failure,
would be a good thing If the
I of the inn.
a Das peaks
for tha ' *-----“ * — ”
[Cm tha 14th to 1 Mb---J. P. Marsh,
tha shot man, is haring tha front of his
prnmlssi on Chestnut street laid with
cinders---There is one
trait among the Italian population. They
are very devoted to their family Use,
example that might be Imitated w
profit by other nationalities___Dolph
Mitchell, pees anger brakeman on Ihe
Katy, Is something o( a liar himself.
Dolph relates the following feat: "I
wee near Potlaboro the other day rabbit
hunting. I saw two rabbits together In
tha brash. I took a snap shot at them
with my kodak, and then turned loose
my gun and killed them both an they
wart running”-----A new blacksmith
shop has been built on Scullln avenue
near Main street-It Is given out that
there are over one hundred applicants on
tie by Denleon young men lor position;
with the geological survey____Rev
Dan Coleman (col ) Is introducing here
the Jackaoe African llmbteaa cation,
rhich la aal
AT HULL’S OLD STAND.
S. C. O’DAIR
THE VETERAE GROCER, HAS MOVED
Want* to see you »t his new quarter*. New Stone,
New Goods, end at price* to enit the times. Don’t fail to
call. A fall line of (Jhmne A Sanborn’s coffee carrisd. ^,m
J. W. Johnson 1
ITS ALL FN THE METHOD.
Our methods are what make
our laundry the leader. We attend
to your work as carefully as if it
were our own. It is done well and
won’t come home to you all frayed
and raw edged. It will come when
you expect it, too, and the bill won’t
McDousall Strain Laundry,
Phone No. 7. 224 Woodard St.
AT THE MEAT
That hangs in our market 1
every day. No citv in the
land will offer you any-
thing that is finer.
In medicine quality is ev-
erything. You can’t shake
off sickness with stale or
impure drugs. We would
not sell such a drug in
our store for any money,
We make a specialty of
No. 204 Main Street.
In response to ref nests of a large num-
ber of voters / hereby announce as a can-
didate for re-election as mayor and shall,
if elected, discharge the duties of the of-
fice to the best of my ability.
LOUIS LB BRECHT.
For City Attorney.
We are authorized to announce A. L.
DeArman as a candidate tor re-election
to the office of City Attorney.
We authorised to announce J. T.
SUGGS as a candidate for eladion to | **
the office of City Attorney.
We are authorised to announce H. H.
CUMMINSasacandidate for election to
the office of City Attorney.
l or Councilman.
ladies would take Carver and his board- front and i
era In out of the cold and insist on their
going to housekeeping.
Mrs. John Dorenspike is at Paris on a
visit to her parents.
Miss Josie Davis was tendered a sur-
“ st her home
There was a
large gathering of young ladies and gen-
tlemen and a most enjoyable evening was
Miss Pearl Slavden, ol Dallas, was the
guest of her cousin, Mist Isadore Majors,
Miss Letia Mason of Bowie, Is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Thompson, on
Mr. James Colbert snd Miss Frances
Johnson, of Mlnco, I. T., will be united
in marriage on the 16th of this month.
After March 15th the young couple will
be domiciled at Riverside, live miles
north of the city.
Miss Laura Hanks of Dallas, is a guest
in the citv.
The Sherman Democrat of Tuesday
says: “M. H. Tatum and Mrs. Hopkins
of Denison came to Sherman yesterday,
procured a marriage license snd at
o’clock were married by Rev. J. A. Ivey
at his study at the Baptist church par-
sonage. They drove back to Denison in
A party of six young ladies were seated
at a card table, on Sears street. A well
known masher was being discussed. A
young lady spoke up and dryly remarked,
“Oh yes, I have met him, he is a very
Mrs. Geo. Lyalt of Waco is the guest
of Mrs. W. S. Ernst.1
Miss Daisy Crooks visited in Sherman
the pa*t week.
V. J. Zienter and Miss Susie Shuel
were united in marriage Tuesday night
residence ot the bride’s mother,
on Wes' Crawford street. The ceremony
was performed by the Rev. John Benners
Gibbte. The ceremony was attended by
a few personal friends and the members
of the bride’s family. The bride has
been a resident of Denison for a number
of years, and any man might feel proud
to claim her heart and hand for a life
companion. The bride is at present a
teacher in the Raynal building. The
bs a prodigy
Shrewsbury, tor a long tiara Hughes’
deputy, has aanoucod for sheriff___ _
T. D. Simmons, who la running a gin In
Den Won, says that tha farmers are still
picking cotton, and that several bales are
sold op the streets of Denleon every dey
of the week. Thie la a most unusual
thing lor this aaaaon of the year__G.
B. Turner killed a fox thw morning In
the Paw-pew woods--The dwelling of
Dr. Rhea, at the corner of Owings street I
and Mtrick avenue, W having a founda-
tion put to----Last Saturday Clifford,
the painter, and a party of friends who
went to the Territory to hunt quell, were
driven out by the officers They stated
that no more hunting would be permit-
THURSDAY, rXBBUABV IO, '<fi.
There W great rejoicing at the domicile
of Katy engineer Chat. L. Cooke, No.
. ,, . 1119 West Sears street, over the arrival of
Cloth gowns seem to have taken a most tenacious hold on popular fanev, and , Lr| ft u » regulation girl, and Ups
........ * and trimming, while scales at regulation weight, ten
a tovori*. Spm h.°* j powngs. Charley Is so elated over the I
____,------------------- dici ( oowi inc j arrival that he waa obi Wed to take a
ront and around the fool are bands of rbsel and Jet paillettes, whlch give long lines, j layoff He has already become proScsent I
"* * ~ la baby lore A bigger and finer |
•TOWN WITH SPANOLED TRIMMING FROM MAtPCT’S BAZAR
Cloth gowns seem to have taken a most tenacious hold on |
there is apparently no end to the different styles of coloring an
the general effect is much the same. A graceful gown made In 1
gray cloth, the skirt of medium width, with all the fulleat at th
The waist Is vary odd, with the front of the velvet a deeper shade of grey; over the
velvet Is a corselet effect of the cloth trimmed with the spangled bands. The sleeves
A glance at oar shoes sod prices will
convince yon that we are the cheap,
esl house in Texas. Does not our
record prove this statement? Our
line of shoes, we feel justly proud,
consists of s large and well assorted
stock of men’s, ladies’ and children’s.
In all oar efforts to get prices lower
we never forget to sell shoes that
wear. We realize the fact we have
to give good quality as well as low
prices to hold our trade, and we are
doing it. I
J. P. Marsh.
•re small, nearly tight-fitting, and with pointed cuff down over the hand. The cut
of the gown Is given In the the tissue-paper pattern Issued by Harper’s Barer, where
it appears. A plain high collar of velvet and black belt with jeweled buckle finish
the waist. The same design can be carried out in different colorings, and would
Look extremely well In taro shades ot wood-color.
There were registered at the State
hotel Thursday, Robert G. Ingersoll and
wile, C. P. Farrell his brother-in-law
snd publisher, snd T. M.VanWyck,cousin
to the mayor of Greater New York.
of Kansas City Is here
We are authorised to announce J. H.
FOSTER as a candidate for re-eledion *ro°™ j* connected with the tailoring
^ . establishment ot S. Hirsh, and U a most
to the office of n----1---r---"l- 1
Counciiman from the |
For City Engineer.
We are anihorit ed to announce R. L.
Me WILLIE as a candidate for re-elec-
tion to the office of City Engineer.'
For Street Commissioner.
We are authorised to announce P. J.
HO WE as'a candidate for re-election to
the office of Street Commissioner.
For City Jailor.
We are authorised to announce TOM
M. WRIGHT as a candidate for elec- J
tion to the office of City Jailor.
estimable young gentjetnxn.
Engineer D. Wooden and Mrs. Sue
Edwards were married Tuesday after-
noon at the Cumberland Presbyterian
chapel, Rev. E. H. Liles officiating.
They aie at home to their friends at No.
930 West Crawford street.
The ladies of the Altar Society will
give a social at Columbian hall Tuesday,
Feb. 15, irom 3 to top. m. C. K. of
A., A. O. H., and all friends are invited
Grand cake walk at 9 o’clock.
Go to Moore’s Gallery for the best
body ot a man aupposed to be
tomes Smith, Book, La., was discovered
Tuesday in the Territory, just north of
the Red River bridge. The supposition
S. C. O’Dair states that his busitfbss
vas increased 50 per cent since he moved
into Hull’s old stand. Mr. O’Dair is a
mighty good man to deal with, and will
sell groceries ss cheap as anyone. He is
the pioneer grocervman of Denison.
E. A. Evans, a business man of Dallas,
was here Tuesday.
Captain W.- M. Estes, a prominent
cattleman of the Pan Handle, was her*
Editor Ode C. Nichols of the Durant
Spread Eagle, put his hand in ours and
embraced us Monday.
Chat. Stone came over from Sherman
R. C. Collins and City Attorney De-
Armen were at Fort Worth the past week
attending the meeting of the Grand
Lodge ot Odd Fellows.
F. A. '.’tiger, who is in poor health,
left Tuesday for San Antonio, where he
will remain for a short time and proceed
to the City of Mexico.
M. V. B. Chase, Augusta, Me., Dr. H.
S. Browne, St. Johnsburg, Vt , Judge E.
J Tenny, Claremont, N. H., Dr*. Hill
and Crossof Massachusetts, were here the
past week to attend the annual election
of the officers of the Denison Loan and
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Parr will arrive
Monday from St. Louis on a visit to
Ira Burton, of Laurence, Kan., is a
guest in the city.
R. P. Bowles of Durant waa here the
Judge Ritchie of Durant was here the
E. V. Maddox of Fort Worth was here
Judge Parker of the Cherokee nation
was here Monday.
J. W. Madden has returned from a
business trip to New York and other
Jim Boyd has returned from Hot
R. W. McFerran h«s gone to Dallas to
■pend a week or so with his parents.
Morris Crooks, and John Williams of
the Denison post office, who own near!
all ot the stock in the Bokchito tootl
pick plant, arrived home Wednesday.
The gentlemen were called to Bokichtto
by Superintendent Bud Andruss, who
has lately developed an oil well on the
grounds of the company. The lubri-
cating power ot this oil Is said to be
wondertul, and Messrs. Crooks and Wil-
liams consider that they have a bonanxo
better than a Klondike gold mine.
They have already received overtures
from the Waters Pierce oil company,
The naw time card which goes Into ef-
fect on tha Katy on the 13th instant la as
follow*: No. 1, the passenger train from
tha north that arrive* here at present at
11:40 p. on., will arrive under the new
schedule at 12: to p. m. No. 3, tha pas-
senger train that arrive* here at present
at a o’clock a. m., will arrive here under
the new schedule st 3:10 a m. No. 1
will depart for the south at I =40 p. m. In-
stead of l:<o. No. 31 for the south via
Dallas, will leave at 1 p. m., Instead of 2
p. m No. 3 will leave for the south via
rort Worth at 3:40 a. m. Instead of 2 a.
m. No. 33 will leave for the south via
Dallas and Hill, boro at 3:30 a. m. In-
stead of 2:25 a. m. No. 2 from the south |
W .WWW..WVMWM Ml
— George MeLagan la reported
ade a $15/500 tale of Shawnee
via Fort Worth, will leave Galveston at a thief
]:jop. m. and arrive In Denlaon at w:co
p. m. the next day, and hour earlier In
leaving Galveston and an hour earlier to
arriving here. No. 32, via Dallas, will
leave Dallas for the north at 8:U a. m.
1 Instead oi
American eagle than the old one will I
spread his wings over the new McCarthy
block. It will be made of copper and
covered with gold leaf. Mac says It will
cost about $200.00 -------Cream la now 1
■old In this market In bottles, put up by
a dairy two or three miles from Sherman.
A bottle retails at 1 jc____The elm
trees are ia bud, and th* fruit trees begin j
to show signs of the resurrection of |
to have ma
Mary E-, to- I
fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Bogar, died Inst night. Th* Interment
was at the Fall-view cemetery__James1
H. Tully, aged 54 years, died at the O. |
K. restauraut, where he has been quite I
UI with consumption for some * time.
The remains were taken in charge by
bis brother, John Tnlly, a brakeman on
the south end of the Katy___Joel Col- I
tins, charged with cattle theft, was given I
a term of two sears to the pen Itea fiery__
Waller Glaffcke, charged with forgery I
In this city, will go to the pen for two |
The young man can't he
Dollarhide & Harris
alias for tha north at
and arrive-in Denison at 1:23
2:4$. No, 4, from the south via I
Worth, will leave Houston nt 8:13a
tirlvlng la Denlaon at 2 :oc the folios
lag la Denison at 2:0c the following
morning. No. a leaves Denison for the
north at 2:30 Instead of 3:30 under the
present schedule. No. 4 will leave for
the north ut 2:40 a. m. No. 34 will leave
Dallas at to; 10 p. m., and arrive* In
Denison at 2:25 a. m. There Is no
change in the Sherman trains except the
om leaving here at 3:10 now will leave
at 2:40 under the new schedule. There
are no changes In the time for leaving
Fred D. Miller, traveling passenger
agent of the Illinois Central, was here
the past week. —
Howard Cross, an attache of the dis-
patcher’* office at Palestine, was here the
early part of the week.
1 young man can't help being
conviction is the best
event that could happen to him---The
city water at the bath rooms ot the
Y. M. C. A. waa so dirty to-day that
It was utterly uufit for bathing
Sheriff Hughes is on his way back from
Minnesota with T. V. Graham, cf
with forgery-----A floe deer kill
Ramsey of the postoffice force, was at
trsctlng considerable attention to-day In
front at Frank Wells' market.
Main Street, Denison, Tex.
When you need HARDWARE, TINWARE, BUILD-
ERS' MATERIAL. Etc., or anything in the Hardware
fine, call and invesi'gate our stock, which is tbe
Most Complete, Cheapest and Best
TO BE POUND ANYWHERE
IN NORTH TEXAS.......
is that he suicided, as an empty bottle of
morphine was found by his side. De-
ceased wns probably 25 years of age, very
well dressed. He was buried by the rail-
Col. J. D. Qutnn has not a* yet left his
room, but his many friends will be glad
to learn that he is enjoying robust health
and taking things easy. The operation
on his face is almost healed, and in a tew
days he will be able to be on the streets.
Night Clerk always on hand.
DATE OF LIST, FEB. 11, 1898.
POSTOPFICK, DENISON, (
Grayson County, Texas, j
The following letters have hoe
office not less tome seven days and are unclaimed.
They are therefore hereby advertised according lo
I aw. They will be held two weeks from the date
of this list, and, if still unclaimed, will be sent to
the Dead Letter Office Parties calling for this
mail must say "Advertised,” giving date ot list.
One cant will be charred on each piece ot mail
advertised. ALWAYS HAVE YOUR MAIL
DIRECTED TO YOUR STREET AND NUM
HER or P. O. BOX. Notify this office at once ol
any change io your city address.
J AS. R. MARTIN. P. M.
Washington’s birthday, Februa-
ry 22. _____________ 42-2t
Nat. Lyon Post No. 5, G. A. R..
held their regular meeting Thursday
night, 10th inst. A. C. Philips a* ser-
geant-major, and E. S. Wiley as quarter-
master-sergeant, were installed by Com-
mander C. C. Haskell. After adjourn-
ment a camp-fire was inaugurated, a
bountiful lunch was spread, after which
patriotic songs, army experiences and
swapping of ties was in order. Comrades
Crowley and S. S. Clark make a few re-
marks, interspersed with old army jokes.
Comrade Cates led the singing, and it
was grand. Look out, boys, for another
grand camp fire.
M. K. A T. Excursions.
The M. K. bi T. will sell round trip
trip tickets to New Orleans on Feb. 18th,
19th 20th and 21st, good 15 days trom
date of tale tor return, at rate of $16. Ac-
count Mardi Gras.
National Educational Association,
Chattanooga, Tenn.—Round trip ticket*
to Chattanooga, Tenn., on February 19,
20 and 21, at rate of $24.80; good for
return until March 1.
Interstate Merchant’s Association, St.
Louis, Mo.—Round trip tickets to St.
Louis on February 20, 27, March 6, 13,
April 2 and 20, at rate of one and one-
fifth fare, $22.20, on certificate plan
At Galveston, U. S. Naval Flotilla Re-
view—Round trip tickets to Galveston on
February 18 and iq, at rate of $5.95;
tickets good until February 23.
who are anxious to tap the well and carry
the oil to some point on the M. K. & T.
Geo. Hardwick came over trom Sher
A. C. Green left Monday for the Pan
J. H. Smith, a business man of Dallas^
was here Tuesday.
Edward Perry has returned to the City
M. D. Wells, e business man of Leon
county, was here last Sunday.
C. O. Lightfoot of Galveston was here
A. L. Phlnney left Thursday for N
Orleans to locate.
L. M. Bennett left Wednesday I
E. R. Roe leit Wednesday for San
R. D. Beirne is at Marlin Wells, trying
the virtues of the wonderful waters.
Col. Jno. Kirby, th* Dallas millionaire,
was In the city Thursday. Colonel
Kirby never looked In better health, and
is In exuberant spirits.
Mr H. O. Harrington, candidate for
Tax Collector, waa In tha city Thursday.
H. k T. 0. Excursion*.
H. if.T. C. will sell round trip tickets I
to New Orleans on February 18, 19, 201
and 21, limited 15 days, for $16, on ac-
count of Mardi Gras.
On February 9 to 15 the H. & T. C.
will sell ticket* on the Cert, plan to
Houston, account of meeting of the
Southern Dlst, Evangelical Lutheran
For particulars call on or address
C. C. Calvert, T. A.
W. R. Smith, Asst. T. A.
A great many person* are enclos-
ing their premises with iron fencing.
See Chris Waltz for all of tlie latest
It was a coincidence that there were
three church entertainments Thursday
night, but the attendance at Colonel In-
gertoll’t lecture w** the largest of all.
Mrs. G. W. McDennis, wno wa<
charged with stealing a horse and buggy
from W. B. Simpson, was tried Monday
in Sherman. Her attorney, I. M. Stadl-
fer, made the plea of insanity and the
was acquitted on that ground. The
county attorney says that he is going to
charge her with insanity, just to see her
Lawyer prove that she hat recovered and
it not any longer dangerous.
Is tbe rage of all coffee drinkers.
Can be had only at the Cafe Wag-
ner who imports it direct from the
Let Well Enough Alone.
We bear a great deal about the
Klondike region, but you had better
let well enough alone and stay at
home and put in a good crop. In
order to do this you must have
tools. Tignor & Moose have a full
line of cultivators, plows, double
shovels, cotton and corn planters,
wagons, buggies and harness to aell.
Go and see them and save money
by buying from them.
The barn of William Chiles at Potta-
boro, valued at $1,800, was leveled by
the wind Tuesday night. A lot of cattle
stampeded and were Injured.
Strictly first-cl a** work at Moore’* ------— ........................- --------
bis work is the beat.
The dwelling of Walter Talley on west |
Sheppard street was destroyed
last night. Two other adjoining
logs were badly damaged. At
of the fire Mr. and Mrs. Tally
sent. A lamp was left burning in the |
Will Maxwell, of the Katy freight ot- front room, which is supposed to have I
fioe, was at Dallas Sunday. | caused the fire. An Insurance of $600 j
Superintendent McDowell, of th*
Stnithville division, who hat been here
working on the new time card, left tor
Claude Hough, stenographer to Chief
Stbner, In Superintendent Bcthard’a of-
fice, haa resigned and gone with the geo-
logical surveying corps.
A Kansas paper states that the Katy
has “a boose book” In which the name*
of employes who drink ere kept.
Extra passenger conductor John Tygard
of the Katy, got back froraWashlngton
Monday night. Captain Tygard thinks
the Denison postoffice is coming his way,
and feel* greatly encouraged.
-Master Mechanic McElvaney of the
Katy shop*, is able to be at hi* post again,
after a serious spell of sickness.
DAUGHTEE8 OF THE OOHFEDERAOY.
was carried on furniture. A new piano |
had just been received at the Tally resi-
dence. The Gazettes* learnt that the I
amply covered by insu-1
not learn to whom they
Have Begun to Arrive at Madden, Graham
THE OPTICAL SPECIALIST
OF LOCI8VILLX, MY.
Errors of refraction of the eyes
are daily assuming mote importance
I and are engaging more than ever
has been i *tteot*on tbe optitian.
1 Even tbe public is becoming in-
weeks, arrived home Monday. I tere,*ed d,~0'reTmK h«w raoc*!
During hi. absence Mr. Madden ,c,ence “ *bl'
J. W. Madden, who
the eastern market* for
Tk New Market
In tha Oymar A Hug has
Bloch, Booh Avtntot. . .
(DEflTS OF Alik KIHDS
None but the best. A
practical batcher of many
year*' experience. Every-
thing up to dmte. It you give
’ia s trial I am sure of your
>1 lowing <
Go to Moore’a Gallery for the beat.
The Henshaw and Ten-Broecl^ com-
pany will appear this evening (Sunday)
at the opera house. The return date
waa at the instance of a number of
play-goers, who statt that tha troop b
one of the best on thb circuit.
. Th* regular meeting of Denison Camp
United Confederate Veterans took place
at G. A. R. hall at 3 o’clock Sunday
evening. As It had been announced
that Mbs Curry, of Dellas, would be
present to organise a local chapter cf the
Daughters oft he Confederacy, there waa
a large attendance of ladles. Mist Curry
was unable to be present, but after the
Routine baalnes* of the camp waa dispon-
ed of Mr*i Mattie Collins, who had been
elected temporary chairman by the ladle*
at a previous meeting, took the chair and
th* organization of Dei
perfected by sleeting th* fol
cert by ballot: Mrs. Sam I
president: Mrs. Thomas Darby, vice
president; Mrs. Tho*. Hume, senior vlec
president; Mb* Laura Wilds, secretary;
Mrs. Gencreive Shearer, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. R. L. Causey, treasurer.
The Charter will cost $3. which the
Denlaon Camp with commendable gallan-
try donated out of their treasury. Th*
membership fee of the D. of C. b oaly
*5 cents, and monthly dues 5 cent*.
About seventy ladies have already en-
rolled their names, snd they aspect to
toon have a memberthlo of ora hundred.
All mother*, wises, daughter* and nieces
of ex-confederal* soldier* ere eligible,
and every one In Denlaon should put In
her application. The ladles are very
enthusiastic for th* success of th* Chap-
which he expects to occupy
in April. The stock of good* has I
commenced to arrive and is of-
fered for sale at his present stand.
Crowd, of eager buyers should
call thia week and examine tbe atock.
which will be displayed as fast as
It ia a money saving sale, and
flattering inducements offered else-
where cannot compete with tbe |
goods and prices at this house.
Madden, Graham & Co. have
ransacked the eastern markets.
They have put more money into
their recent purchases than ever be-
fore ki tbe history of the firm. All
of tbe signs indicate a large business
revival this year, and they propose
to be ia tbe swim. Call thia week
and look at the new goods which
are coming by every train.
enjoy tbe beauties of nature in
same degree as tbe perfect eye.
It ia a fact now generally known
and conceded by all oculists and
educated physicians that certain so-
called “eye-diseases,” as well a*
many cases of chronic headache,;
neuralgia and nenroot prostration
are due to irregularities of tbe re-
TOO SHOULD WEAR OLAJBhEB
I if unable to read fine print, to sew
or do any kind of fioe work for any
length ol time, especially by gas
Lamps, reflector, beet____
Envelope*. XXX, 50 for__
Tablets, qoo pages___
Granite Wash Pam____
Tio Coffee Pots, 4 quarts__
Tin Milk Buckets. 10 quarts
Cobblers' outfits, complete __
Chair Seats _________
The H. & T. C, will sell round trio
tickets to Galveston, on account of U. S.
naval dbplay, for train leaving hers on
February 18th at 4115, and all train* on
the 19th for $5.95; good for return Feb-
ruary 23d. C. C. Calvert, ticket ageaL
Stimulating, delicious, incompar-
able, imported direct from tbe Hon-
olulu Island, at tbe Cafe Wagner.
The basinets house of Dr. Hsyraa,
formerly of this city, was destroyed by
fir* Thursday night at Kiowa, I. T.
Lot* $7,000; covered by insurance.
Go to Moore’a gallery for tbe best.
The Wedding Bella liag Merrily at
sen, or jeio- :
ar of Judge
Revival meetings have bean held dur-
ing the past week at Grace M. B. church
at morning and evening. Tha attendance
has been large and attentive. Rev.
Freeman of Gaineeville and Rev. James
Webb of Lloyd, Texas, have been aiding
Rev. Armstrong. They ar* polished and
fluent speakers and have caused a grant
of spiritual feeling among our
>ie. Tha asceitont song service of
choir haa made a profound tmpree-
Rew Webb and Freeman will
preach at the morn:
7130. The public
ib and Freeman will
nlag and evening ser-
d during *e week.
3 o’clock, evening at
are cordially lalttod
A happy and notable society event was
consummated st Preston th* early pert
of th* week. Eugene Cow den, of Mid-
land, Texas, was united in m
Tennle C. Mosley, daughter
Moaley. There wet a large gal
friend*. After the ceremony, those pres-
ent eat doer* to a reel old fashion country
banquet, characterised by good ch<
substantial edibles. Time and
again th* health of the bride
were to tend off ia
The groom I* on* of th* largest stock
owners in Texan. He counts his cattle
on a thousand hiUs, and numbnr* his
friends from on* end of grand Texas to
The tair bride It ft loveljr end culti-
rated lady, who will make the lot ot her
buebend ft bkm! hippj oml
The GAzrrrasa acknowledges the re-
ceipt of wedding caka and a bottle of
wine to wash R Sown with. The Gazst-
TUI assures th* bride and groom that
boat wishes at* extended to them under
the happy I aspiration of th* grape ac-
If tbe eye* ache, water „ ----- _
thing “swim.” or become* dim. or|9/*P« P»P«* ‘T*- ro,!
hasy or blurred wbeo using them a ^
short time, and you have to look ^ ro™’ P” Poun^ -
hard to tee plainly- ”c*^mr'
If you become sleepy, or have a| hooP»
tired feeling in tbe eye* after rend
ing a abort while, you need giasset
Consult Dr. Goldstein. Eye# ex-
amined free. Office hours from
n. m. to t p. m. Office at State
Hotel. The doctor is
our lending physicians sod many o*
our best citixrns who have used bis MAIN STREET
glaaaes for many years with perfect |
We Do Right, That's All.
GET READY FOR 8PRH0
Os to Jeka
Every farmer in the neighborhood
of Denison must have repair* made
on bis wagon*, plows and farming
implement* this spring. Where to
take them is soother matter. John
Holden, the veteran blacksmith, on
Chestnut street, will do your work
well snd will do it cheap.
AU work left with him is expe-
dited. You do not have to wait.
He give* employment to only skilled
If you waet any repairing done,
try boo eat John Holden; be will
Just in from th* Honolulu
nt tbe Cafe Wagner.
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 43, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 13, 1898, newspaper, February 13, 1898; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth571350/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.